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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 25, 1961
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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39th YEAR, No. 13 MIAMI, FLORIDA,::SATURDAY,- NOVEMBER 25, 1961 18 PAGES !- 10 CENTS
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I Williams_ Finishes 3rd With '3,774; Votes .4-: : 1" '


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MASS MEETING
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fighter, whose appeal will .soon a 1 1 l d,1' 1 fiA
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DECEMBER 7 be heard ,before'the Supreme Any k

Court of the United States. p

A mama meeting will be held on
Judge Delany, a. graduate of P .3
December 7, In Greatr -
Thursday,
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New York City schools, is atpresent a ,5h
> Bethel AME Church with the
law in that
practicing _
Honorable Hubert T. Delany of
j\ maid pity. A one time municipal Judge {11 + I MrI !/1 ,
New York City .as the
..Ktnneth 'Williams' ,. sixth Miami Speaker. A" fine program haa been appointed by the late Florello Vy _
Negro to try to win a seat"on: p anned, and ail I contributions at La Guardla, Mr. Delany has always A4
been active !In L
commission, finished the community
the city this meeting will go toward
third |tn. Group 4 on Tuesday defense of Father Theodore R. nnd civic affairs, and is servingon
when he polled 3,774 votes. Williams many boards, Including the
got votes in all 77 of the .. ,, national executive board oX the
city's 'precinct and carried all ; + National Association for the Advancement 1," .
predominantly Negro precincts. of Colored People as
chairman of branches. ..
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Mrs. "Alice Wainwrlght polled I
13,202 vote and Cliff. Home A. forceful and dynamic speak I
finished second with 5,365 to er Judge Delany has much to
force a runoff on Tuesday.For .s Hi give a mass meeting, on civil

( more on the election seepages rights and the cause of freedom.
4 and 8.) The public Li invited to partici
pate in this meeting, and to hon
or one of the outstanding freedom
Robinson Is fighters, not only In this
area' but In the entire South -
Father Theodore R. Gibson. His
Voted MVPDOSTQN courageous stand on civil right
r and his fight for equal civil
Frank Robinson of rights is a source of great prideto
Cincinnati* all who are fighting for firstclaaj .
the Reds Wednesday citizenship and the cause of
was chosen the National League'smost freedom. .
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'valuable; ; player! .for 1,961, 1
by near-unanimous acclaim.T 'The public 'Is';Invited! to hear

: h e 26-yearold 'outfielder i Judge Delany' and to participate .. ---- -

whose batting power helped the t h 1 In honoring one of Miami's outstanding OltANlGE BLOSSOM CLASSIC BOUND .!.., Conchita
Reds win their first National' citizens
League pennant In' 21 years, re : Clarke, a beautiful music major, and sophomore atten-

one dived for'second 15 Arst place-place from votes the and 16 I I dant to "Miss FAMU" of Florida A and M University,

man selection committee theBaseball HIGH COURT Puerto Rican.Governor : will share the spotlight during, the forthcoming activities
Writers Association of .
America.. HALTS VOTER I of the 29th Annual Grange Blossom Classic and Festival,

"Wow, this is a wonderful Is scheduled for Dec. 8-0 hero. The popular co-ed reignedas

Wedding present for me," said PURGES "Miss" Freshman" last year during the Classic and
Roblnton upon hearing the news
at his home In Cincinnati. Robin. Tallahassee The Florida Honored modelled for a Miami photo-feature produced by Ebony
on was married on Ode 28 to i Supreme Court ruled last Friday Here magazine for the January issue
Barbara Cole of Los Angeles. that a cltlxen'a name cannot be

Three of the five -leaders !in stricken from the registration Luis, Munoz Marin, the popu.
rolls without advance notice.
,
this year's MVP voting were lar governor of Puerto Rico who
members of the pennant win The right to vote is the "Key.
proved to Latin America and the Richmond Club
nlng Reds.' Outfielder-first base- stone of the Arch of Liberty," Heights
man Orlando Cepeda of the San the court said In throwing out world'' that a revolution can act. ,
Francisco. Giants was runnerup, as unconstitutional the state ually be made without bloodshed
followed in order by Outfielder ]lawIII which authorize a county and without abolishing human
Vada Pinion of the Reds. Outfielder supervisor of registration tp Loses 3rd :License
Roberto Clemente of the erase a citizen's. name from'the rights, was signally honored on Appeal

Pittsburgh 'Pirates and Pitcher. registration without first giving Monday at luncheon at the ,
Joey Jay of the Reds. him formal notice. Dupont Plasm Hotel hosted by
.
The Miami ,herald --- L Lti.!: ....::- "This is Jlttle more than a
scheme by two former county
Mayor Robert King High had DR. DuBOIS building and lonlng employees to

DEMERITTE GETS LIFE TERM proclaimed "Governor Munoz operate,a liquor club by slipping

I I Day" and the dynamic four-time i GOES COMMIE through loophole" : In county zon Dar-
lag laws, County Attorney
governor gave a brilliant speech Davis said In denying a 11,
The Party in New rey
communist
IN CAROLYN BOOKER (SLAYING i lashing out at communism and sinifounced that cease to ,open the Richmond
feudalism York Wednesday Height, Athletic Club this week.
Dr. W K. D. .DuDoIi, 03-yeurold
life In prison on Wednesday by This is the third made
Gov. Munoz told a large distinguished author with three inches of type attempt
Dade Circuit Judge Francis J, by Charles F. Harvey and JohnJ
gathering that "The !In Who's Who. has joined the
Adamlck The first round was
Christie for the murder of Mica
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revolution already Is underwayin Communist Party lost at the administrative level
Carolyn .J. Booker 23. of 420
but Harvey tried another mean
Latin America. Dr DuDols Is now In Ghana
NW 9th !t. Demeritte was originally working on an encyclopedia Afrl. by asking for an occupancy per.
charged with first degree He said that the way to fight mlt for the 0..W. Bennerman
murder! In the killing which occurred communism& is to make it a cana.-VThft announcement was ap Temple of the Daughters of Elks
early on the morning of democratic revolution against parently timed for maximum Impact In that area.
May 3, fn an alley on NW 4th poverty, Ignorance and injustice on Africans generally and During the hearing ;llarYe)'
ave. near 11th Terr. somewhat like"our revolu. citizens of Ghana particularly. attorney pointed out that there
tlon In Puerto Rico. were several Negro night spot
Deraerltte first pleaded not I '"Communism Is the only way In South Dade, and his client
L guilty of second degree murder. I Asked how the "privileged of human life," Dr. DuD 01. deserved the 'same protection
,- ryc charge, but upon advice of his classes" of Latin America will wrote In a letter to Gus Hall: under the law a. these notorlu
attorneys changed his plea to accept the Alliance For Progress, general secretary of the Corn place'" This did not change the
Kulty of second degree murder, the governor quipped: munlst Party of the United decision of the County AttorneyThe
The state accepter the guilty have to top beingso States. "In the end communism
"They'll
pea.: will triumph." people of Richmond
damned privileged. Heights opposed the scheme from
At the time of Demeritte' plea Dr. DuBois has for many yean the
beginning and
described very a number
Listening as Munoz
Judge Christie announced that he been a member of organizations of them
along with theirpaetors
Sen.
Puerto Rico's progress were
would conduct a pre-sentence In. on the attorney general's ubver-
George Smathers. Rep. Dante were present at the
vestigation Into Demeritte' personal dive list.
i # e ; record before sentencinghim. Fascell, Rep, Paul Roger, state hearing.Harvey.

,. .e Under the law, Demeritte commissioner Doyle Connor, The Republic of Ghana, whereDr. can appeal to the
.: ''11 -.' "-0: could have been sentenced to a tate comptroller Ray Green, DuBouc: Is presently working Metro, Commliiion.
CAROLYN J. HOOKER term of 20 years to life. state insurance commissioner J. I* now in the teetering sUe
Edward Larson, Unlr. of Miami with President Kwame Nkru-
The Victim Miss Dooker was a graduate of president Jay F. W. Pearson and man shopping around to lee
...-'tfJ Booker T. Wachlngton H-f g by; some 400 civic and government whether the Soviet Union or this TURKEY DAY CLASSIC
Edmund Demerltte, 35, 1328 School, and was well known leaders Including Time Editor I country will offer the better Northwestern
NW lit court, was sentenced to among the younger set. Garth C. Reeves. : price for his undying friendship. 19 BTW 0






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PAGE 2 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1961 play Is under the direction of
James Randolph.
I "A Raisin in the Sun" scored
such a smashing success In its
brary art their project for I that It w
Power Sewing Broadway presentation
196162. Mrs. Erma Bennett and
has since been made Into a mov
Clinic at NHS Mrs. Genl Lepper visited with us ie. In its lauded Broadway presentation ; &
and spent a part of the day I it received the New
Citizens Interested or concerned I mending library books. York Drama Critics Award.
with new methods procedures During American Education _
'and Industrial, processes In power Week the following; classes re Last year, the accomplishedNorth
ceived for __ ,...., v...... .
gewln! ? will meet"at Northwestern recognition drawingon Dade dramatists presented : ""' L -------------

Senior High School, 7007 NW outside boards or in display the Greek tragedy "Medea", Isaac Clarence Mickina It, the Standing at the ,altar with the

12th ave. windows: for which they received a "aU per. six weeks old son of Rev. and parents will be the godparents.
Fred Garrett of local garment lor" rating In the lorida Interscholastic Mrs. I. C. Mickins. will be Mrs. John McLoud Boston Pasely -
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Grade one: Mrs Blake, Mrs.
of Pow
Industry and Instructor L. Speech and Drama christened Sunday, Not. 26 At and the Rev. Edward T. Gra
B. Meares Mrs. Powell Mrs.
will conduct two sessions Florida A and M
pr Sewing Festival at the close of the 11 a.m. serviceat ham.
from 7 to 10 p.m. each day. M. Daniels Mrs. C. Bythwood. University. Dramatic excellencein Mt. Olivette Baptist Church

Arrangements have been made Grade two: Miss C. Turner, their performance of 1450 NW First Court of which The christening. reception will
for the first eesMon to be held Miss O. Lewis, Grade three: Mrs. "Medea" has resulted in much the Rev. Mickins is pastor. be at the home bf the pafents>
Nov. 22 and the M. Jones; grade six: Mrs. R. speculation to whether they
on Wfdne day. aa The Rev. 0. Pratt will: officiate 5814 NW 18th ave., Sunday
closing session! to 'be held on Bryant, Mrs. O. Stewart. will do A Raisin in the Sun" during the christening ceremony. from 4 to $:30 p.m. .
Wednesday Nov. 29. ,Mrs. Ann Braynon had the equally as well: or better.
These clinics are held so that largest number of parents attending ,
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with this field the of new work.developments In One of our sixth grade students Senior Citizens OR RADIO TROUBLE

release: from had her book review publishedin
According to a
the office( of James L. Cherry, the Miami News on Sunday. Enjoy DinnerThe Tltf PHONE PL 1-8381
Rachel Reeves in Miss Roney
coordinator for Adult Training
other similar clinics In Beauty White's class reviewed" the book."Tony's Golden Age Club of the House Service Calls $1.50

Culture and Brick Laying will be Birds. James E. Scott Community en- Repair and Sales Free DeliveryAll
he'd soon. Licensed beauticians On Tuesday morning we as. Joyed their annual Pre-Thanke- work
guaranteedKNOW
practical nurses and block layers sembled on the yard and gave giving dinner Thursday Nov. 16

tile setters, cement finishers thanks with, the third grade in the Liberty Square Auditor YOUR TV MAN AND SAVE MONET
who would like to learn bricklaying classes who presented the lura.
should contact his office at Thanksgiving program for the JOE SCOTT

the Northwestern Adult Education school.As ,More than 100 club members Authorized Factory TV Repair Co., Inc.
Center after 2 p.m. Monday end their guests gathered for
through Friday or call PLaza you give thanks for your this annual feast and fellowship.The 923 N.W. 62nd Street PL 1-8381
4.5491. many blessing, kindly help us tables were beautifully ar.
to remember Mrs. R. Blacknelland
ranged by the committee on ar
BUNCHE PARK SCHOOLThe Mrs M. McCullough who are rangements hose seen officiatIng
recovering from illnesses at their were Mrs. Ella Williams
month of November has homes. Mra. Emma Wilson Mrs. Pearl
been an eventful one and our Many thanks to those who gaveso Houston, Mrs. Bo An Schencks FOR SALE BRAND NEWNew
principal expresses! her appreciation that we might give baskets.T. Mrs. Marie Mareham presidedover
to parents, teachers, pupils, C. Crowder, principal the coffee table. The presl. Style Homes
and friends for the services they V. R. Williams
graciously rendered toward reporter dent and vice president, MM. 4834 NW 15th AVENUE
Odessa James and Mrs. Arabella I
making each activity a success. 5875 NW 3Ut AVENUE
Foster, made an excellent teamin
Congratulations to Linda My. Open House at the kitchen preparing and

erg and Vaderie Hines whOle carrying out the plans of the Bank Financing Easy Terms
bonk reviews were selected and Youth HallDade dinner for the delicious
taste and
in
No Move right
nubllshed In the Miami News on qualifying -
flavor that you only get in the
Nov. 12 during National Book
Week. Linda's book review wa County Council for old fashioned Thanksgiving din. Open Sunday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
the only review that received a Youth invites the public to an ner of home cooked food. The traditional

two column spread indicating; Open House, Sunday Nov.. 26 at pumpkin pies were made C. C. Wynne Builder J. E. 1-6902
that it was rated an one of the Youth Hall Cottage II, 800 NW by Mrs. fcadore Kump. These ,
best reviews.A 28th st., from 4 to 6 p.m. pies were so good. Some of the
An members forgot the statement
interesting program will
Promise to Our Country by
,be rendered with Mrs. Mamie that they did nut eat pumpkin
James$2.00.. Reviewer Calvert. Linda McGraw-Hill Myers Gill as guest speaker. ed pies for the they were highly relish <* $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ <*
by guests and the
11. grade 5. I The,Council pleads, with you to members
Dr. H. Franklin
The Singing Tree by Kate come out and show these youths Williams
I vice president of Miami University MONEY ?
? redy, Viking Press 246 pages, of our community who think brought the See NEED <
:>"300. Reviewer, Valerie Hines, they are forgotten, ,they are still Thanksgiving
10. grade 6. remembered. message that was food for WE MAKE AND REFINANCE MORTGAGES

"It's Harvest Time" Is the thought. His message was time 10WE BUY LOTS AND HOMES 4*
theme for a well planned tea ly In reference to Thanksgivingin
which will be held in the cafe- KY SCHOOL TROUPE these trying times. Mrs. J. L. CALL
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torium on Nov. 26 from 4 to 6 Dixon chairman of Senior Citizens .
p.m. Music will be furnished by "A Raisin' in TheSun' committee chaired the meet Ronald I. Baron If 243434i1tMortgage
Bobble Kendrick This affair is ing. Mrs. Harold Hlggs renderedthe Broker *-
North Dade
being sponsored by Mrs. Mary at music. Mrs. Helena Slfontea 220 SUNNY ISLE BLVIX gall
Parker, a candidate for Mrs rendered the music prior to the ** I /7-3566-f.fl
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PTA. Please come and brine a Rehearsals are currently dinner. MIAMI HEACII
underway at North Dade Highin
,
friend.Mrs.. R. J Vickers, reporterMrs. preparation for its forthcoming The Senior Citizens of the $ $ $ $ $ $ .fI,
Sylvia Lambert Prln. production, "A Raisin' In the James E. Scott Community were
eun" to be presented Dec. 12, 13, greatly inspired by this annual
HOLMES 114 In the North Dade Auditor event, and are now making plans
for a Christmas program. WSTAR
During Book Week daMes lum."A
made books posters, experience Raisin In the Sun" by
charts and wrote ,book revolews.Mrs. Lorraine Hansberry relates the MEAT MARKET
M. Blake and Miss D. story of a despondent Negro Personal MentionMr.
Holta took their first grade family residing In the slums of
classes to the Edison Center Chicago's south side. It reveals and Mrs. Raymond
Branch of the public library to the classic theme of the American Thornton (Bessie M. Rolle) their 4.j&THE 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
see puppet play "Anatole." Negro's struggle to elevate children, Rose Anita and Ray.
We were delighted with a visitto himself to a more respectable position mond John of Washington D.C. vJSH- ; 0
our school by Mra. Minnie In American society are house guests of her uncle
Fields, state supervisor. Upon and aunt, Mr.. and Mrs. Alexander MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE
visiting the library, Mrs. Fields Featured in the leading; roles Lucas Jr., 3616 Franklin Ave.,
showed Interest in the book "A of the North Dade presentation, .. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Rolle her 3
Tiny Boat and a Big Boat" father, 15555 NW .27th ace. and
which was written by Hubert her grandmother, Mrs. Mamie
Dinkins of Mrs. C. Bloomfield'a Support the Fight for Jones, 1781 NW 68th Tern during
class.: the Thanksgiving week. Theyare Fresh Meat-Low PricesJOIN
The Education Committee of Freedom returning to Washington

the American Association. University Join Your NAACP Saturday night via Eastern Air.
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the Amicae activities that
PAGE 3ROOTIN'
ZETAS SET FOR,. will :be conurrent with the Zeta SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1961
Chorus' Presents"Maritana"
Regional activities. Mrs Politeis
REGIONAL INSAVANNAH also scheduled to bring the in.
splratlonal message during the
Amicae eesslon.
'Three Miami Amlcae, Mrs_ .' ,",,.'.. -. A
When the. meeting of the Maydell Braynon, Mrs. Willie M.
Southeastern Regional Confer: Heastle and Mrs. R. C. Coleman
ence of Zeta,.. Phi Beta Sorority, will attend the meeting, ; it;
Inc., convenes. Nov. 24.25 at Sa. Four workshops have been set .<
vannah State College, three Mi up to treat the theme "Oppor
ami Zetas will join their sisters tunities and Challenges for Wo
from Georgia, South Carolina men of Today Directions for f
and parts of Florida for the two- Zeta Phi Beta." Emphasis will ,
day event. be on four areas: Government,
In her official capacity as as. .education foreign and domestic
soclate director of Southeasternand affairs. TOOTIN'
State Director of Florida, The dynamic, personable and
esteemed Grand Baalieus of the
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Dr.
Deborah P. Wolfe, professor of c t
Queens College, will be the A.y .
speaker for the public program. P st WINEDRINK
A reception following the program -
I will be given through the + ,.
eMrs. cqurtesy of Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity t a a pF.r
and Alpha Kappa Alpha+}
Sorority members of Savannah.
Other outstanding. participantsof ,
the public program include 1
representatives from Greekdom,
Honorable Mayor of Savannah,

,W Malcom K.: Maclean Payne for and the Dr.college William SANDRA FOX ............................
presidents I The operetta "Maritana" by .
Awards and citations will be Wll'lam Wallace will be presented
given to charters for the most by the chorus of the Northwestern i a Fastest Drink
outstanding activities and pro Senior High School In
jects during the sorority year. the ichooauditorium Tuesday
and Wednesday evening, Nov. 29- in the West .
Christian Hospital Dec. 6 at 8 p.f.,

Says ThanksThe The cast of characters Is composed The Wild Drinkin
of Sandra Fox, George
Board of Trustees of the Render Jr., Milton Wright, Wil the
Marian H. Shannon will Christian Hospital acknowledgeswith liam Hutchinson, Charles Carey,
make a report on the activitiesof sincere appreciation cash James Harvey, Alice Day, JacQuelyn -
the sixteen graduate and three contributions trom the following Ferguson, ,Carl Weems, Big Square Bottle
undergraduate chapters In Flori persons: and Anthony Johnson
da. She will also preside over the Mrs Pearl Stirrup, Mrs. Ella .
fourth general session, the state Granberry Williams, Mrs. Ozell The operetta is under the direction Itroclnrf'cl by COlnlltoC'k'Int".""*,
dinner meeting: and, introducethe Dunn, Delorls Covin, Dr. George of Arthur L. Evans, Nan rnuicl-M'o, Calif.
Grand Basileus at the public Simpson, Dr. Edwin Shirley, Chora, director. Herbert Sands
program.Mrs. Mrs. Ova Kllllns. No ml Brown, and Gloria Richardson are the 20: % b) olumo
.. RUby Duren, will serve a! Mr. and Mrs. R. Tribble Mr. and accompanists. I
offlcla1 delegate from the Miami Mrs. R. Simms and Mrs. Kather- J A SMOOTH WINE
chapter. Mrs Duren has also tne Chisholm.

been chosen toy the group to vU #-4' "' "' ,,_... Broadway
In the Miss Zeta Contest. Reports
of the contest will be made dur NEED MONEY Extravaganza
ing the state dinner meeting Lo.' $25 to $600
cal support is being extended to
Mrs. Duren by the Sigma broth. Call)) PL 8-3653 '. Nov. 30 GOLDEN SPURto
era and Zeta friends. a. T. WASHINGTON'
As associate director of Am' IDEAL LOAN
cae Affairs, MM. Ruth N. Polltt AUDITORIUM
will Join the Regional Director 6105 N.W, 7th Are, .
of Amicae, Mrs. Olivia B. WI:' 4'.oG4'. ...'.,.....,. ,. .......... 0ooooo000"\ c""" 0 00OOO4 """"". """.i" ""

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PAGE 4 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1961 I of directo1'8. \ ,,'. I and' ORA D. TAYLORR
Rabbi. Herbert Baumgard gave the invocation .-
Rev. C. B "Rock the benediction. > *. I i E A .1\1 y ? ,,

Tables were beautiful) l decorated by the Jadiesofthe You are welcome 'to 'OPEN
Alx1 i HOUSE and DEDICATION of the
Urban League rY'il new home, for .0,",,' D. Taylor,
Really: ,jon Pec. ((4-10 ,at: 4208,.
,On Thanksgiving, Day public 'offjtfes, banks' ,, schools NW 1tb'e.j( recently_purchased
-- .-. and mq ,businesses!(, Were Main Office'at 0740 N*'V. 15th Avenue-Phone''OX 1.0421 : churches throughoutDade realtors. This, ,is ,the main office
were,:held in many ,
servicing Miami and Dado Coun-
Branch at 1112 N.W. Third Ave., Miami, Florida.-Phone FR'32230 andwright'that.we.shouldgive
County. It is indeed meet I ty. ., ,o'
II. E. BIO1SMUNB REEVES, Editor- and-Publisher thanks, not ''only%this day, but daily, for God has MrsvvTaylor:;. a native Miamian

GARTH C. REEVES,. Managing Editor abundantly bless,, our pountry., and Dade first County"race woman and to SouthFlorida's be.

As'we enjoy'God's\ many blessings, letus, notfail,, to come a real estate broker under
Entered.. "' as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1027:, at the Post .Office give Him thanks., ,," .. repent standards,'.of' training
:at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 and :examination, She has been
--. .-... ._......_ I cited 'because"oiflB -"|>rbgresive!
Member, of the Associated Negro Press Next week: the Civil Rights Commission will hold a business, oduoatidnal, and hn.
Mrmtwr of the National Newspaper Publisher Association meeting'in .Washington, D. C. at which time the Commission man relations extended in, the
hopes to have a conference with President John the growth and' development of
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
been educator
her: race. Having an
ONE, YEA!;'' $5.00 SIX MONTHS >3.0O -, FOREIGN $0.00 Kennedy.The'. in the public schools of
..--:.-.- -- idea is to ask the President to use his personal Florida for many years,, this
: '-'mDO OP THE \rcmO rnf1AA" prestige and power in leading the nation toward givIng iwwed the way 'up the .ladder of
Tilthmm) ; PmcSH bellrv" Mint America can tart lead the 'wor1Atrmgi success. In six years, the Ora D.
rnrtat and national antnirlonlim. when it arcordu every man .Civil Rights to all its citizens. Taylor Realty has grown ,froman
I't"IrRritlpl'Of I rncn, color' or creed, his'human and legal rights. 'Hitting The Commission will recommend executive action In acorn to arrow young'spread.
no:,mnn. fearing no nmn-tho V cro Press striven to h* ln ..%,.?? man guaranteeing interference in registering and voting, Ing 'tree. Thanks to the many
fine people., of both races.., who
b"rk.In. tho Hun belief thnt all mt"nPe hurt as long as anyone is held, I elimination of.segregation in the National Guard, in have contributed to make this

granting mortgage;loans insured under federal l protection progress possible. .
as assuring an adequate decent housing facilities for Whatever your real estate,
O Five thanks unto the Lord, for He Is gracious: and His mercy problems are feel free' ,to call or
those displaced by urban renewal projects, and equal opportunity -
rndureth for ever-:.Psalm, 180. come in for our candid Advice.
for employment in federal programs. We are now prepared to serve
MAYOR }iiGIR'E '- the whole of Dade County or
-ELECTED'I. state-wide.

At Tuesday's election Mayor Robert King High:: 'was I. SAL NIlE 8 PM, DEC 9th ORANGE BOW 1t I Phones: 753-5221 .,' .

'elected' for a third term as mayor of the City of' Miami. Res: CE' 5-4246

High polled 25,626 votes out of the 39,045 cast. His nearest '
4208 NW 7th Aveu
rival was Metro Commissioner' Arthur Patten who

polled only 5,843 giving High a landslide, CommissionerOtis wiiiaqiut Miami, Florida

Shiver, another of the four candidates for the may- _
or's seat, was next with 3,574 votes. G. !J. Collins had Personal Mention

1,523 and George Kalil, 898 votes. Congratulations' Mr. and
1
In A Mrs. Thomas H. Sands (the for-
the race for the City Commission seats, in :Group
'111$' mer Louise Stalling Holland)
4, Mrs. Alice Wainwright received 13,202 votes, Cliff The a' upon their ,recent marriage. Mr.
Home, 5.365 votes, Kenneth Williams came next with faMous & f ,+ Sands Js a member, of the faculty -
3,774. Chapman 2,870, E. B. Dimartino 2,705 ; ',S. Myerson ,'2.plece of George Washington Carver
2 162 M. F PAMU r I I + .' ,' High School.
; Mitvalsky .1,398; R. E. Norman .1,227; r
Geo. Korge 983 ; DeHersh 840; J. Viera 361, and M. MARCHING lAND In ewe Ralph Mlzell, celebrated his
Muroff 210 votes. ptctocularhow :at fourth birthday by entertaining

In Group 5, votes were polled as follows: David OUTSTANDING VS. Park 35 ofhis_Birthday friends House at the located Kiddy In

Kennedy 14,067 ; Owens 6,797; Clark 6',592. ,; Klein OPPONENT. the 163rd St. Shopping Center.
2,499 ; Dickerson 1,027'and Birch 982. RESERVED SEAT$4.00
The Richmond Heights Wooman.s
Next Tuesday 'we go back to the polls to vote on'run $3.002.00 tax Included Club held Its annual book
off between Mrs. Wainwright' ,and Cliff, Horrie. We review and Harvest Tea on last
favor Wainwright. '' TICKETS ON SALE NOW Sunday. Mrs. Culver, librarian of
Mays High School was the reviewer -
In the runoff between David, Kennedy and William 'North Travel Bureau Mary Elizabeth Hotel for the group. This affair
'
Owens, we favor Kennedy. S : 1104 NW 3rd Ave 043 NW 2nd Ave. was highly enjoyed.ON .

Although Williams led nine 'candidates in Group 4" Community Drug Store Grand Drug Store MEDICAL LEAVE Because
we believe he should have done better. of nervous condition the
We :expected to 0700, NW lath Ave 3010 Grand Ave. a
see him in the runoff however doctor has advised Mayme. Bondu
as usual many voters did I to take .
a medical leave of absence
not exercise their U.Miami Downtown Ticket
right of franchise., Congratulations to Office from her position as regis
Mr.\ Williams for the showing he made in ,his first political 228 S. E. 1st Street. trar at Booker T. WashingtonHigh
School. The school board
campaign. Get your tickets early to see the greatest show ever!
has granted this leave and she
Congratulations also to our thrice-elected Mayor See the nation's hopes to be able to return to
highest scoring tt"ftD10 nction The Battlers
High. The voters must be satisfied with his past adminis work in about three months.Iect. .

tration.The
voters also approved. a change in the City
-
Charter whereby City Managers cannot be discharged
without 30 days notice and a hearingVModernizuifir'of. tax

,sales onrproperty. also approved.. .
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Opportunity Dinner: of the Greater Miami Urban Leagueon Alice I

6 Biscayne Tuesday Boulevard.evening at the New Everglades Hotel on I


Equal Opportunity Day is a day especially set apart
a each year throughout the United States by the National

Urban League to focus attention on positive efforts to insure -
fair and equal treatment of ,all its citizens.Dr. .

I. P. Davis, acting chairman of the board of directors -
of the League presided. The welcome address was ainwrig i t
given by Mrs. Louise Glasser who has been chairman of ,
the E. O. D. dinner for the past three years.

Speaker for the occasion was John R. Duncan, Com-
missioner' of the District of Columbia. He was interestingand

I: informative. -M ,,-, ,tHe MIAMI CITY COMMISSIONERENDORSED

marked the progress made along the lines of

equal opportunities in government employment, especial
ly'in the Post Office Department and predicted continual BY: ,-
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"
improvement. '

'Said Duncan: "The nation must rid its mind of pre- MIAMI HERALD

judice and rededicate itself to brotherhood. The world MIAMI TIMESKENNETH

hasbecome, too small for anything but brotherhood. It is
the final obligation of good Americans. Denial of equal, WILLIAMSPULl.
opportunities is the opposite' of brotherhood'

The speaker, ended with a poem by a 16-year-old LEVER 2A GROUP 4 I

student in Washington, that we hope to publish in a later

issue. f Miami Needs a Qualified Candidate
Plaques were given to John B. Turner and Western

Electric Co., W. L. West, manager. The presentation was I

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Mays High Actors THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLOtUDA ,
Eagle 'Scout Investiture at I

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Mt. Zion SundayjNightTOi: T#ik FULL, TIME pa, Is the 'I.rat!. pie rabto: enroll'

,,... ... ; as full-time undergraduate.at, : the
Troop' No." 5 r'sponsored' by MtSfton want to advance, first,.make up. angtrgeabecalmed'. Four"'''rn'en: are trapped on a on raft an STUDENT' .AT University of" .."oijth, ,1.E1o rid!?, '

BafptlsticChurch and organ.lzed'in your own mind, get advice .frpjo ftt0 ..water USF
wljh I the306 'Is, holding Us your, leaders and 'then, keep'working on: In his hate
first( Eagl$ '8 out Investiture"'ser-s "toward your'goal'% 'Cod", boytrapped for .Ms ,stepmotberuntil- 4 own to receive Ernest Dog r,':* graduate of by the.Yfung; ) 4dults for
vt &'()Ji Sunday'rNov-, ;: J6 at gratulatlpns! Scout Mosea, Perry 'the4*"*love of His young Howard Vocational School', Tarn Progressive Action, Inc., an ..organization
7:80 'p.mr at the church. Moses ; ',< ; .-, -' f. sweetheart,, .Is impossible. Two dedicated\ to upliftIng -
Perry, whose father was also a students .trick their bingle ,
pro
in tthat
Jf:} x Negroes ( area.
member of this Troop when a '
into the funniest love
boy,,.IB the, lone achieve Most PopularTeacher feesqrs ous stories that are occuring
Scout to acene'Jtn theatrical history. This Young Doge, who is not 17
every day; this makes the task
thj .honor, I ::' .:.i '. ,{\s:,*the. substance of three tree of the Mays actors a tremendous yet, is an all around brilliant
ShowsTears mendous plays, "Minor Miracle," one: A tremendous task to per. student. During hid senior year
Fog on The Valley1' and "Get form and a tremendous produc he was band captain, president of
of HumilityAm. I That Thunderbird" to be render.ed tion that all should eeo. the National Honor Society and
Lr by the Mays High Dramatistson editor-in-chlef of the school
Dec 6,, ::6 and 7. These playsare Tickets are 60 cents and can paper. He enrolled: at South Fla
EcL WeekTears not only fantastic but are be obtained from tht school or on Oct. 2 and Is a member of
down- -ea8lth fiery and hllari- by calling: NE 3-31)77.) the school band.
filled the eyes of Clifford I i
Mathews as he humbly accepted -
the gift which hal'ed himas
"the most popular male tech.er .
at North Dade Junior-Senior
?. r High School." MIAMI NEEDS
.Mr. Mathews received this hon
if'S y or during the American Educa.
tion Week assembly at North
W Dade when the student body saluted ,' DAVE
their teachers In recognition -
of the AEW activities Nov.
5.11.
A A social studies Instructor at
4 North Dade, Mr. Mathews
"
rt touched the hearts of the entire
school body as he poke "If thin
award means as much to you a sit
sy ?' means to me, then we, have, KENNEDY
nothing to fear :
Young Perry received his first
recognition for service' to his Receiving the'award as ,"the
group when a Second Grader at. most popular female teacher"was
tending the now F. C. Martin Mrs. Will M, Jones, science .
Elementary School In Richmond instructor, who was econvalesclng -
Heights. Since that time he served 'at that time. Both "
both as a member 'and as she and Mr-- Mathews are long.
captain of the school patrol was time favorites with the. North
Dade r *s sm
student
body.
elected a May King; representedhis
church at the Florida East
Climaxing the week-long +
Coast School ?
Sunday Conven s4
American Education Week activities :
Hi
tion; received certificates for
was a symposium of fore. > ;.
perfect attendance at school '
; Ign etndents In which the group "
and band certificate. His scholastic
a -
spoke freely on the topic
*
is B. He is also
average "
Thl is My Country Repre.
'big ,brother' to three young sis.ters. sented were Bernard Stuart Ba k ,. r.)1)
>,
hama Island; Lucina Leon, %: >a
He entered the Scouting pro Nicaragua; Wing Hon Tan,
gram as a Cub Scout with Mrs. China Carmen Dubrechet Cuba; ,
Alexander of Lincoln Blvd serving Nguyen Trong Luong, Vietnam.
as Den Mother. The camping
,program has been a part of hit During the symposium the
experience since he was a third student related facts generating "
grader and Lake Placid Camp their respective educational ys*.'
was opened to.all Since that terns, government, climates and fEEl
time he has attended each sea. other subjects of general Inter.
lion'as well as those held local ect.
)IY. This past summer in Jamaica, After the symposium the stir
while spending two weeks with dents were received warmly by ,..
friends of his parents, he addeda the North Dade student body In
the school cafeteria. At this r ;
r'
new experience of teaching $'/'"$
boys swimming, knot tying and ceptlon student were ableo wK'frfit
lashing at a brand new camp converse directly with the fora feM
outside of Kingston where every Ign visitors.
bit of water had to be pumped n
by hand I

The building of a beacon tow Fight' TB
er as a culminating project by
those ,boys was ,truly real thrill IM'f'w

Scout Master Herbert Williams .' .
Asst. Scout Mailer Syl \ ..S1wrr.Yrl
vester Thompson and T. S. aM.wiAen.wMASY '
Greed Jr; John Dlllard, ExplorerPost Yy
Advisor, and Alexander
Brooks, chairman of Boy Scout fq 1il19G1 ENDORSED BY?
area 8 and Institutional repre
sentative have all played parts in '
the directing of this boy He rUse MAYOR ROBERT KING HIGH
will have 26 Merit badges when
he is invested, 6 more than the MIAMI HERALD
minimum required. hi
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This tall, slender, brown boy 1
is of serious nature, soft spoken MIAMI TIMES
hard-working and determined
lie says that "Scouting is good Christmas Seals 15,067 MIAMI VOTERS
for all boys but not every boy ..
can profit from it because if you I

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4 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1961 I of directors Baumgard gave the invoation
Rabbi., Hubert R E A Y ; '
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'B Rock the !
Rev. C. ,
fane-eorated WNrf .
the welcome fo
; by You are : 'OPEN
beautif.l}
Tables were HOUSE and DEDIOATION of the
the Urban. League Aux1 i rY'1!, new home for .OrA!D., TarlocRealty .
; jon> Dec. HUO at: 4208.
Thanksgiving. Day public: *fftcr.es. banks R ''scho.ls NW 7th ave.i recent purchased
'On closefcfor.the long,weekend.} from> Smith"'an&: Yallone, local,
O: l and mp' ;.businesses Were throughout realtors.. This. .is .the main office,
Main Office at 0740 NW. 15th A"enue-Ph OX'' : in many churches 'servicing 'ltan1i."d,\ Dade Courttf. -
Branch at HIS: N.W. Third Ave., Miami Florida-Phone FR 32236 Dade3County.. UIndeed 'meet and..right -that.we should ,
-- : < this day, but daily, for God has, MrsivTaylor' a native Mlamian
thanks not'only'q$I
II. E. SIGISMUNB REEVES, Editor and Publisher give and Dade Oountr and South
GARTH C. REEVES,. Managing Editor abundantly bless ;our C untr Y. Florida's first race woman to be.come .
As'we enjoy-"G d's' many. blessings, letus not4fail to I A real estate broker' under
!Entered AS Second O1s Matter, August 0, 1027, at the'Font,Office give Him thanks., I : recent (standards,'.of' training
,
and examinaUont'She: bAa been
:at :Miami! Florida, under. the act of March 8', 1876 cited becaiiMT .of:th 'fin rcsslvo
-- the ''Civil i Rights Commission will hold'a business, ednmtlon&Iand hu.
PressNentwr Next 'week,
Member! of the Associated Negro
Commission
rational Publisher Association Washington, D. C. at which time the man 'relations extended in the
of the Newspaper i meeting' in President John the growth and development, of
"7: SUBSCRIPTION RATES r** : hopes to have a conference with her..race. Having been an educa
Kennedy.The. tor in the public schools. of
ONE YEAR$ .OO 'SIX MONTHS fS.00 .-' FOREIGN $0.00 ,, this
for
to his personal Florida many years
President use
Men is to ask the
..:..'.*:..-- -- paved the!* way 'up the ladder of
> "PIIEDO OP THE VWORO PRESS" prestige and power in leading the nation toward giving success. In six years, the ,Ora D.
TIM') NKCtHO: 1MU483 believes that America can Meet lead the world .Civil Rights to all its citizens. Taylor Realty has grown from
from rnrlAl and national antntrinnlim. when It nccordn'.to, every man recommend executive action in an acorn to a now young'spread
regard I efl or rna+, color or.:creed his human and legal rights Hating The Commission will ing tree Thanks to the :many
110'mnn. miring no nmn-tho N trro Press strive to h.Jnvrr? manlii'lho guaranteeing non-interference in registering and voting, fine people., of both, races., who
firm MJrf thnt all men p*'e hurt as long as anyone Is held elimination of, segregation in the National Guard, In have contributed to make this
hack. granting mortgage loans insured under federal protection progress possible.Whatever _
real estate
as assuring an adequate, decent housing facilities for problems are your feel free to:call or
O give thanks unto the Lord, for He is1 gracious: and Ills mercy those displaced by urban renewal projects, and equal opportunity come in for our. candid Advice.
cndureth for ever Psalm. 180. for employment in federal programs. We are now prepared to serve I
the whole of Dade County ,or
IVIA YORiIGI- RE-ELECTED, : state-wide.

At Tuesday's election Mayor Robert King, High'"was SAT KITE 8 PM, DEC 9ft ORANGE BOWl I Inm Phones: 759.5221 .' .

the of' Miami. I Ie Ii Res: CE 5-4246.
elected for a third term as mayor of City I
High polled 25,626 votes out of the 89,045.cast.. His nearest (. ; 4208 NW 7tK ''Aveu '

rival was Metro Commissioner Arthur Patten who Miami Florida
polled only 5,843 giving High a landslide, CommissionerOtis ; ,

Shiver, another of the four candidates for the may-
or's seat, was next with 3,574 votes.. G. B. Collins had Personal Mention

1,523 and George Kalil, 898 votes. Congratulations Mrand
e Mrs. Thomas IL Sands (the for
In 'the race for the City, Commission seats, in Group mer Louise Stalling Holland)
4, Mrs. Alice Wainwright received 13,202 votes, Cliff The 4 upon their recent marriage. Mr.
Horne, 5.365 votes, Kenneth Williams came next with famous132.Pisc. a Sands Js a member of the faculty -
J .of George Washington Carver
3,774 Chapman 2,870, E. B. Dimartino 2,705S; .. Myerson tS I I High School.
2 162 ; M. F. Mitvalsky .1,398; R.. E. Norman 1,227 ; MARCHING FAMU
Geo. Korge 983 ; DeHersh 840; J. Viera ,,361, and M. BAND In two Ralph Mlzell celebrated his
fourth birthday by entertaining
Muroff 210 votes. ,i
apedacularshow. VI. 35 of, his friends, at the Kiddy
In Group 5, votes were polled as follows: David OUTSTANDING Park Birthday Houee located In
Kennedy 14,067 ; Owens 6,797 ; Clark 6,592; ,; Klein OPPONENT the 163rd St. Shopping Center.

2,499 ; Dickerson 1,027 and Birch 982. RESERVED SEAT $4.00 The Richmond Heights Woman's -
$3.00, $2.00 tax Included
Club held Its annual book
Next back to the to vote
Tuesday 'we go polls on run-
review and Harvest Tea on last
off between Mrs. Wainwright' and Cliff' Horrfe. We TICKETS ON SALE HOWl I Sunday. Mrs. Culver, librarian of
favor Wainwright. Mays High School was the re

In the runoff between David. Kennedy and 'William. 'North Travel Bureau Mary Elizabeth Hotel viewer for the group. This affair
highly enjoyed.
was
Owens, we favor Kennedy. : 1104' N8n1 Ave 042 NW 2nd Ave.
"
Although Williams led nine 'candidates in Group 4" Community Drug Store Grand Drug Store ON MEDICAL LEAVE Because -
of condition the
we believe he should have done better.. We :expected to 0750. NW ISth Ave. 8040 Grand Ave. doctor has a advised nervous Mayme. Bondu
see him in the runoff, however, as usual l many voters did to take a medical leave of absence
not exercise their right of franchise;. Congratulations to U.Miami Downtown Ticket Office from her position as regis-
Mr. Williams for the he in first 228 S. E. 1st Street trar at Booker T. WashingtonHigh
\ showing made .his political School. The school board
campaign. Get. your tickets early to see the greatest show ever! has granted this leave, and she
hopes to be able to return to
thrice-elected
Congratulations also to our Mayor See tho nation's highest scoring tt"tU1In Action-The Rattlers work In about three months.Alice .
High The voters must' be. satisfied with his past adminis-

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tration.The voters also approved a change in the City '

Charter whereby. 'City .Managers cannot be discharged

without 30 days'notice and 'a hearing...Modernlz1ng\of. tax Efecf.
,sales property.was also approved. .
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,Neary $ hundred ., :attendedihj' alOppor.tunity ./' .
,J # our ;:guefctg; Eq rI "f
', 'Dinner: of 'the' Greater Miami Urban League I
oh Tuesday evening at the New Everglades Hotel on I '
Biscayne Boulevard.

E Equal Opportunity Day is a day especially set apart
each year throughout the United States by the National
Urban League to focus attention' on positive efforts to insure

fair and equal treatment of all its citizens.Dr. .

I. P. Davis, acting chairman of the board of directors ainwrig t
of the League presided. The welcome address was ,
given by Mrs. Louise Glasser who has been chairman of
the E. O. D. dinner for the past three years.

Speaker for the occasion was John R. Duncan, Commissioner -
of the District of Columbia. He was interestingand

informative. ) 'OO*. *-1 ,f MIAMI CITY COMMISSIONERENDORSED

_ He marked the progress made along the lines of

equal opportunities in government employment, especially "-
J in the Post Office' Department and predicted continual BY: ,
"
improvement. MIAMI HERALD -

Said Duncan: "The nation 'must rid its mind of pre-
MIAMI TIMES
judice and rededicate itself to brotherhood. The world

_ has become too small for anything but brotherhood. It is KENNETH WILLIAMS

the final obligation of good Americans. Denial of equal.

opportunities is the opposite of brotherho'qd.-/' PULL LEVER 2A GROUP 4

i The speaker ended with a poem by a 16-year-old
student in Washington, that we hope to publish In a later

I i issue.. Miami Needs a Qualified CandidatePAGE
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given to John B.
Plaques were Turner and Western
Electric Co., W. L. West, manager. The presentation was I

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Mays High Actors THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA
Eagle Scout ,Investiture at I
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Tackle Tremendous SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1961 .


Mt. Zion SundayjNight ,.so. Tk FIRST FULL, TIME. pa,full-time is the.first tiudergraduateat NegTQfto :enrollas the

'
I "' rout'"hien are trapped on an STUDENT AT < ,"'
Troob:' No, 5S advance first make University of .opth''kaoridaf
,"'sponsored by Mt. want to up. angry-Bear. becalmed on a raft '
2lon DlI' tl tl'Churcb and organ. your own mind, get advice .from wih6litxf0td\and water, A. young USF awarded a scholarship .
Ernest
"' was
I lzed\ia? the' 306 'is, holding its you leaders and vthen.keep" boy.ivtjrapped own
first Eaglet 'S 'toward "goal" 'Con': by the: Yfiung, 4dults for
out Investiture" servlfces'on your- for his step-mother until to re Ernest Boger,'* graduate of
this 'Sunday,,Nov.: 26, at gratulations.! Scout Mosea, Perry, i celvtf the*> love of his young Howard Vocational School, Tarn Progressive Action,'. Inc., an organization

7:30 p.m.'at the church. MOles ..- '., .' 1 sweetheart,, is ImpO slble. Two dedicated, to uplift
Perry, whose father was also a students .trick their bingle
:.i. pro'fessoi ing Negroes in (Ithat area.
member of this
Troop when a '
into the funniest love
boy,..IB the lone .Scout to achieve Most PopularTeacher scene-'in; theatrical history. Thiss every ous stories day; ,this that makes are the occuring task Young Doger, who is not 17
tlvUf ,honor I substance of yet, is an all around brilliant
;' ':.1 | ,the three tremendous of the Mays actors a tremendousone
_... <<-- -. ShowsTears plays, "Minor Miracle," : A tremendous task to per. student. During hta senior year
Fog on The Valley" and "Get form and a tremendous production he was band captain, president of
of HumilityAm. That Thunderbird" to be render.ed ,that all should eeo. the National Honor Society and
by the ,Mays High Dramatistson editor-in-chief of the school
Dec. 5", ::6' and 7. Theme playsare Tickets are 50 cents and can paper. He enrolled at South Fla
Ed. WeekTears not only fantastic but are be obtained from th|, school or on Oct. 2 and Is a member of
wM V' down-to-eaath fiery and hilarl- by ca'lIng NE 3.3P77T the school band.
filled the eyes of Clifford
Mathews as he humbly ac ,
cepted the gift which halted him'
as ,"the most popular male techr -
at North Dade Junior-Senior
High School." MIAMI NEEDS
,Mr, Mathews received this hon.
or during the American Educa.
tlon Week assembly at North
Dade when the student body saluted DAV'EKENNEDY
their teachers In recognition -
of the AEW activities Nov.
511.
A social studies instructor at
North Dade, Mr. Mathews
touched the hearts of the entire
school body as he spoke, "If thlr
award means as much to you a*
It means to me, then we have
nothing to fear b ,. '' ,
s Young Perry received his first
recognition for service to his Receiving the'award as ."the :
group when a Second Grader at most popular, female teacher"was
! tending the now F. C. Martin Mrs Wllll M, Jones, science
Elementary School in Richmond instructor, "ho'w s econ.valuclng -
I Heights. Since that time he served 'at that time. Both ,
both as a member 'and as she and Mr.. Mathews are long.
e
captain of the school patrol, was time favorites with the. North
elected a May King; representedhis Dade student body.
church at the Florida East
Climaxing the weeklong
Coast Sunday School ,Convenelion
American Education Week activities
received certificates for
; was a symposium of fore.. tlw
perfect attendance at school *
; t El
ign students! In which the group
and a band certificate. Hit scho
spoke freely on the topic; Ne* 'Jn v
.v
lastic
Is B. He is also
average "Thi' is My Country." Represented *. se
'big were Bernard Stuart, Ba
terse '
ham Islands; Lucina Leon, *"i <
lie entered the Scouting pro Nicaragua; Wing Hon Tan, HX>*
gram as a Cub Scout with Mrs, China Carmen Dubrechet, Cuba; ; .*!. % N(?
Alexander of Lincoln Blvd sere Nguyen Trong Luong, Vietnam, *\
ing as Den Mother. The camping L3to
program has been a part of hit During the symposium the
experience since he was a third students related facts generating 3 a, ;' a
grader and Lake Placid Camp their respective educational ays.;
was opened to.all. Since that terns, governments climates and
time he has attended each tea. other subjects of general Inter
lion' as well as those held local eet.After !
ly. This past summer In Jamaica, the symposium the atu
while spending two weeks with' dents were received warmly by t'i
friends of his parents, he addeda the North Da4e student body In
new experience of teaching the school cafeteria At this r'- rw
boys swimming knot tying and ception student were able to
lashing at a brand new camp converse directly with the foro- $1 j'' ,'r
outside of Kingston where every ign visitors
bit of water had to be pumpedby
hand!
YIENDORSED
The building of a beacon tow Fight TB > 3
er as a culminating project by *' %
those ,boys was .truly real thrill w $ J,

Scout Master Herbert Williams .'
) Aa t. Scout Mailer Sylvester .
Thompson and T. S. ../| _., D hit.. ji Jfil ** n i,
Oreed Jr; John DIUard, ExplorerPost
Advisor, and Alexander
Brook, chairman of Boy Scout 12961e6 BY:
area 8 and Institutional repre
sentative have all played parts in
the directing of this. boy. He MAYOR ROBERT KING HIGH
will have 26 Merit badge whenhe
Is invested, 5 more than the MIAMI HERALD

minimum required. MIAMI NEWS

This tall, slender, brown boy
Is of serious nature, soft spoken MIAMI TIMES
hardworking and determined
He says that "Scouting it good Use Christmas Seals 15,067 MIAMI VOTERS
for all boys but not every boy ..
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THE MIAMI TIMES MiAMi FLORIDA An Afternoon of St. Matthew's Lodge 5th Our prize thanks|6. go ,but to all who

PAGE 6 SATURDAY 'Prizes took part'and we wish all a ven)
NOVEMBER
25, 1961 EntertainmentThe Awards happy Thanksgiving.

Alexander Lucas Jr., W.M.
The officers and members of
Nathaniel
Barnett
Mlaml-Tuakegee Club invites I St. Matthew Lodge are pleased Sec'y

you to a very special afternoon I to announce names of those who _
SOCIAL SECURITY"Social of entertainment In the I for
tI were awarded cash prizes L-
form. of a festive tea at the homeof their participation In their second
ti ; = Mr. and Mrs. John Barkley annual Master and Wardens Broadway
..
.f1 3095 NW 52nd St., on Sunday delegates project. They are:
Nov; 26 from 4 to 6 p.m. New Providence Lodge No. 365< ExtravaganzaNov.

_..4- A very interesting and enter*; Jordan Dawkins, W, M., first 30B.

talnlng program has been pre!, prize of $50.Gonzalez .

M YM I-. pared for the enjoyment of those; Market, 1116 NW
T. WASHINGTON
I who attend. The efforts of this; .
3rd ave., 2nd prize $30
Seculty people have affair will go to help ,build the. 1441 AUDITORIUM
Felder
.learned not to be surprised at scho'arshlp' fund which the club Mrs. Wllhelmena ,
anything' according to EdwardJ. has recently set up. We are lcolcn NW 5th Ave., 3rd prize, $20. .40' .' .,
Holmes 14761 Harrison "
.. Ing for Mrs. M.. II ,
Blonston, District Manager of you. I t..
Richmond Heights
,
b St.,
N25
the Miami North Social Security
4th $10.. .
4 prize
tSa j
Office. Mr. Blonston In
explain. '
Mrs. T. B. Shlper, 1580 NW
Ing some requirements which Advertise It Pays!
Jolly Friends ClubThe 125th St., North Miami Belch,
must be met, told of several

amusing things that happen to Friends resumedtheir ,.
ordinary folks from day to day Jolly
fall meetings at the homeof
age In their with Social efforts 'Security.to prove their Mrs. Sofronla Keynon at 2020 "Care-Croftf School for Nurse's Aids

NW 65th St., on Oct. 21 Many
An original birth certificate is members were present and rej

just about the best proof of agea ported wonderful summer vat TEN WEEKS COURSE
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person can have and, contraryto cations. The Club approved many
one woman's belief, it's uevei James Sawyer son of Captainand community projects, one ,being ENROLL NOW
out of style. Mr. Blonton explained Mrs. Robert W. Sawyer, of Thanksgiving baskets for the
that this lady didn't 1017 NW 4th court, recently re needy in the community. Mrs:
LEARN BEDSIDE NURSING AND INFANT CARE
ceived the master of arts degree
think her birth certificate was Keynon proved a wonderful hos
any good because It was in from New York University In teas and members thanked her
her maiden name I the field of Speech Therapy. Mr. exceedingly.The i Have a Lifetime ProfessionFR
Sawyer is also a member of
One man thought he had ex. Psi Phi wai
Omega Fraternity and Is November meeting 9.7357
.
hausted just about every possible now back home with his parents. held at the home of Mrs. Mablf
source for a record of biG
I, Daniels, members ,brought
age took the social security man commodities for the Thanksgw : :
$33,027 in 'For : <:
to the cemetery where, years before
Jag Baskets which will be delivered
his wife had been burled.
Christmas SealsThe to ,several needy families;
On the double headstone was the
Members also planned the r
man's name along with the Inscription amount of $33,027.82 has
: been contributed during the first Christmas party to be given at
Born 3 week of the Annual. Christmas the home of the president, Mrs.
July 189& Died-
Bertha Lewis. After business and NEW CUSTOM BUILT HOMESSold
Seal
Campaign in
Believe It or not, this was now progress. recreation delicious
a repast wad
Some 12, 669 Dade Countian
used to establish his age.
served
by the hostess.Celebrates .
The family bible sometimes Is have responded to their Christmas 35 already-Demand 10 great
the best proof of age. An entry Seal letters which were mailed
made at birth or shortly after Is to over 300,000 residents on We have built more

usually good enough. "To be November 13. With
Blonston said, See 3062 N.W. 60th
good proof, Mr. Services provided by the Street
"there must be no erasures or" Christmas Seal Campaign include Afternoon of MusicPiano
alterations in the birth date. free TB 'chest x-rays on a year- Open Sunday 12 noon to 5 p.m.

Wemen sometimes insist upon round basis to all adult Dade students of Mrs. Rob.
guarding their true age to the Countians; a far-reaching health ert Thomas
celebrated the centennial $500 CASH$23 WEEKLY
+ibltter end, even when it's timeto education and
program warm of
.
composer Edward Mac.Dowell's
A district
social security.
collect friendly services to hospitalized birth with an "After -+-
Inter
office employee was TB patients and their families noon af Music" Sunday, Nov. 19
viewing elderly couple recently
when an the wife flatly refused Elgthy-one cents of every TB dents in her studio. Participating stu. Milton Rothman

to tell her date of birth in her Christmas Seal dollar remains in Charles were Belinda Haggln,

husband's presence. Her husband Dade County, 13 cents goes to land, Sandra Fortson Holmes, Jacqueline Hol 7287 S.W. 57th Avenue
admitted be had been unable the State. TB Association and 6 Jacqueline
45 of marriage to cents to the National Tuberculosis Holmes, Gall) Powell, Miss Er
during years exact The nestlne Strickland, Mrs. Elrkus Phones MO 7.2561 or MO 6.8407
find out her age. representative Association.
Dalles, Miss"Ada Brade and Bri
that the .
suggested The local and state TB Associations an Thomas.
husband wait In the lobby while join tho National in up.

the wife's record was examinedand porting tuberculosis and .other ..'%|fc n O i N%.r+ *i f f*nr fh -* rf"W"VT io*T f '" .. ,
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copied. The husband merely respiratory projects at the University I. --r-
chuckled and said he guessed he'd of Miami School of Medicine
never find out. Mr. Blonston through funds derived For The Finest Apartments at Moderate RatesCallBONDED

went on to say that most persons from this annual Campaign.
have had their births recorded
many times during their life*

time Other records frequentlyused no evidence of his age." The Miami
include school census, North Social Security District .
military record, insurance policy, Office La at 234 NE 79th
voter registration, marriage records St. PL -86765. Contact this office
showing date of birth or to file a claim or for gen.
age, and the age of parent eral Information on Old-Age, rk
shown on a child's birth sertlfl. Survivors or Dlstabillty Insurance COLLECTIONAGENCY
cate. One other very good under Social Security.
source often used to verify a
worker's age is the Federal Bu.
reau of Census Records.
Don't be a Freeloader 1
"If the worker has no uroof, Inc.The
no record of his birth," Mr. Support the Fight for

Wonston reminded, "we are al. ,

ways ready to assist him in any Freedom 'r i r*
Rs
way filing we can.simply He becauso should not he has delay Join Your NAACP I 1 I The largest collection and rental

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i I Rep|Powell Urges Fair EmploymentRepresentative j SATURDAY THE MIAMI,. NOVEMBER TIMES 25-, MIAMI 1961 FLORIDA PAGE 7




Adam Clayton Present Baroque
Powell (D.NY), chairman of the Beautiful Home on
House Education and Labor Program
Your Lot
Committee, urged President
As ltd first musical .offering of
Kennedy on Sunday to recommend the season the Fine Arts Depart
fair employment practices meat of the Dade County Junior 7b( ada
in his January message to Con College will present a programof
grass. baroque music on Wednesday,
MU. : Nov. 29 at 8:30 p.m. The pro
Powell told a Democratic ban gram will be presented at the

quet in Milwaukee that his staff a 't, Northside Center Auditorium,
Vocated. at 79th St. and NW' 27th
hard
at
was work compiling facts '
and figures to support such leg. #' art. Complete Building Servlo.
;
Featured on the program will
.
ialatiou.He
-' '" be works by Dach, Buxtehude e PLANNING
has asked one of the House Quantz, Handel, Telemann, and
group's subcommittee, led by : Rep. James Roosevelt (D. Cal) aid Butterworth and John H. C FINANCING
he said, to study the findings of Corina, Junior College faculty Your New Hom.No *
the Federal Civil Rights Com. members; Buddy Murphy and
mission on job discrimination. : Phillip Gink of the music staffof I Down
the Dade County Schools, and
Powell. 'said that Negroes are S Arnold Brogran and Ruth Barnes, Payment
disproportionately concentratedin : guest artists. Students enrolledIn
the ranks of the unskilled and brass, string ensembles will
Years of
Over
semiskilled In both private and also participate in the program. Twenty
public employment." The program, open to the pub. Construction kxp..runce
e. t'a' W lie, is free of charge.TOOTHACHE. Guaranteed Satisfaction
"The federal government bears tI + R 1S
the entire cost of administeringstate ${ f i3VL.14'1J L1 L l 7
employment offices," h. j '
said. "But it has done little to
mmD oar( 4
assure that the polices of this Don't) suffer nttdlitsly. Ctt ipudy rtIlif .
program encourage merit em. from throbblftt\ ptln of toothache
p'oyment and discourage dis with fast acting osA- Pain fffr' PL 1-3604

crimination."In .w lOll monty In seconds back.All drug Guaranteed.store. I eAn)-i". tits. Mia""

'other words, federal mon ? 1 888 N.E. 79th St.
ey is being used to perpetuate
discrimination in many state em
ployment offices."
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'Powell:} said that federal funds ";:'""",- :;: -.a--- a.
should be withdrawn from state'
agencies that practice discriminatory Now For Xmas!
policies. He observed that Officers of Cox Alumni Association. Pictured are Layaway

the armed forces representedthe some of the officers of the Cox Kindergarten Alumni Association

nation's largest employer but which recently celebrated its fourth anniver- DISCOUNT -
that there "continues to be seg.

states regated Negroes reserve are units.completely In many sary.Shown, are, left to right standing: Madelyn Gilbert,

cluded, and are likewise extlud president; Jackie Wilcox, secretary, Michael Doby, trea- TOY CENTER
ed from the National Guard." surer; seated' Lovita Richardson, reporter; Sharron Gilbert

; business manager and Gail Magid, chaplain.
Sunlight Beauty Not shown are : Cathy Boyd, vice president and Ann 6023 N.W. 7th Ave.

School NewsOur Branhnm, chairman social committee. (Old Commercial litutk Hullding)

All members are asked to meet at the school Dec. G,
6,000 feet of at
Homecoming Week Vks'" 'ft 7 and: 8 to practice for the classic parade. square toys

gala event. Highlights of the 'Mrs. Lillian Doby is organizer and Mrs. B. E. Cox, LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES
program: '
Monday evening the class and supervisor. LARGEST SELECTION FREE PARKING

staff were entertained by Mrs ----------------- OPEN EVU.MNOB UNTIfc U 1".M.
Ella Moncur at her palatial
home.. trons list. Plan now to make thisan
Thanksgiving BRING THIS AD FOR FREE PRIZE
eventful date calen.
on
Tuesday morning Mrs. Emma your
Rodriguez gave an inspirational Musicale I dar of cultural events. ---- -.- :. ::;
address on charm and the well Ticket information: OX 1.6640
dressed beautician. The after. Parents- friends, workers, N25
noon guests included Mrs. Leu. you are invited to attend the an. -.
nual Thanksgiving Musicale, ;P lC
ine, tint technician from the
Roux Co. and Mrs. Sri$ d, hair I Sunday, Nov. 26, 4 p.m., James
I IetyUat. I E. Scott Community Auditorium, Quality A r, F, e A
Wednesday: Mrs. Florence All I 7200 NW 22nd ave. Photography

gave a brief address on hair This program Is scheduled as
styles.Thursday. one of' the outstanding cultural
: Mrs. Foreman, a events of the year in our com.munlty. .
itate board member' from the It Is sponsored by ad.
health department lectured on vanced music students with the
sanitation. I cooperation of the Day Care bkft,1li? :
Friday: The prom: Quest art. I Committee of James E. Scott i
fists included Mrs. Shipp of West Community Association.You a
Palm Beach displaying her chic cannot afford to miss this
figure with various fashions for opportunity to see and bear our r{ ;
the coming year. Miss Bernice young piano students perform : -' frjIvt
Brown from Vogue's Beauty Your presence will create for
Shop.. The other models wen them an atmosphere of appreciation
from our school: and encouragement.
Mrs Mildred Monroe was
Featured on the program will
guest mistress of ceremony. be Harolean Stuart Storr, we'll
This event was climaxed by Known soprano soloist, accompanied
Miss Daisy Adkins being crowned by Arthur L. Evans. Johnson of Miami
Miss Sunlight' of 1961. Runnerups Choral selections will be rendered ,
were Mrs. Jackson, Smith by Northwestern Senior High 409 N.W. 17th Street .
and Alocan. School chorus, directed by Mr. Phone FR 7-2294
Sunlight graduation wa held Evans.
at Mt. Zion Baptist Church. Mr*. Proceeds from the program : :;:;;;:::; : '!'
Eugenia Thomas was M. C. for will provide funds for advanced
the program. J. Baldl gave avery music students scholarships and MIAMI TIMES ADS
memorable address. Other JESCA'a Day Care Committee I I I ._ T -
guests were A. Waldon, beau projects. The names of all contributors DON'T COST THEY PAY ;
tlclan's state president, Father will appear on the pa
Theodore Gibson. ,
Plaques were given to Fr. --
Gibson Mrs. Florence All and
Mrs. Dorothy Brown; Sunlight To enjoy your favorite drink in ..
pins went to J. Baldi. Orchids to I
Mrs. Eugenia Thomas Mrs. A. a pleasant and distinguished atmosphere 'W ,
Walden and Mrs. B. Lalne,
technician lorowax Dye Co. WI
Judge and Mrs. Henry Bala- '
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TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA lenge to keep pace with the rapid I Z <<{ <<
THE MIAMI changes in education as well as {

25 other fleds: of national, educa.
NOVEMBER 1361 '
PAGE 8.SATURDAY. 1 vor.
1. :, The panel presented many interesting
"'-, .::: facts about the achieve-
I menu our schools have and are
\ I making and the relationship of. Afvg.esOX

') all forces (home, school, com 22nd Ave. &'69th St
N.W.
Around Miami munity and nation) working together 1-7959 ,
to insure educational environments
for our boys and
girls. Persons participating on FRIDAY AND SATURDAY

the panel 'were: Sorors Lucretla
DAVE BONDU -
By Eve and Cynthia Bethel, ,Mrs.
Llllie: Doles, Misses Jacqueline

I a w Frazier and Shirley Payne: A SEARCHING LOOK INTO ,:
,;' -c-: Mrs Bertha Jackson and Mrs.
NOW AREN'T you ashamed it's their Way of saying thanksto Florence Amos, teachers in our THE INNERMOST DEPTHSg .
that didn't vote? Don't you 'I the ole customers and hello local schools, provided appro-
feel that you you have shirked your to the new ones.Mayme. sez priate music OF A WOMAN'S HEART,,
neededto
duty as a citizen? Or did you there's 'always, a woman !'
DESIRES
think that Kenneth Williams think up. Ideas. They're the AND A MAN'S
I
didn't have a chance to win? Well ones with tae brains.. reward ----I
it's over and Mr Williams came'
in THIRD. QNICK NOTE DEPT: Sammy ,
If those of you who did not Moore and Dave Prater have a County
vote had just spent a little timeto new record on the market on
Columbia Dr. Carl Yaeger
go to the polls and cast your
vote for Kenneth Williams, he walks around with a portable News
w
telephone hooked on his side
might have been In first place :
or at least, in the run-off We Small's Lounge throws a special ByWalter
are more 'powerful as a group \ Paul, Masson'B;,Cla.mpaig1h.Party IfM
BoweThe
Wed I
than was shown in this election, for Nancy, their manager, i
and you and I both know It nesday night. at 8:30 The M M aka KOWI-.lwowO Ko tf"
'I
I damn proud new' club at the Fiesta will not
Nevertheless, In am that far the be called the Playhouse.} but will' C. W. H Chamber of Commerce
that he came seeking election up be called the F- oops, Ican't will meet Monday at its t
line of
persons asked to
Members
building. are
It shows what we can do, it we tell you yet. ,
put a little effort to it and be 'present
TILL NEXT Week .Live
what we could do with a great The South Broward VFW Post
of It.
life golden minute ,
every
effort No. 8195 will hold Its last'
Remember I have told you' i PEACE ,. meeting of the month Tuesday,
the story of the ants. If you Nov. 28 at 8:30: p.m. Please be
would: Just watch a few ant IOTAS. Observe present at the Chamber of Commerce
get together and move an object:I building
ten times their size, maybe we 'AE WeekThe Shown at 8:50Ring$

would act a little better toward i members of Gamma Alpha Congratulations o Zeke Mc-
helping each other. Still, ,our Chapter of Iota Phi Lambda Coy on the opening of his new ,.AI '__
congratulations to Mrs. Alice Sorority climaxed American Edu bar and restaurant and motel No.
Wainright and Mr. Horne 'cation Week Activities with an 2, at 4620 SW 17th St., West .
In group 6 my candidate came Educational Tea, Sunday, Nov. Hollywood. nlaDmIATtI' __ '
In first, David T. Kennedy. I had
12 at the G. W Carver YMCA.
met Mr. Kennedy and talked The sorority's national theme, Also congratulations to Mr.
with him. He said a lot of thing! "lota's: Continuing Responsibility Merrltt' on the opening of his
that I wanted to hear, and I dc in World Affairs a chap new TV and radio repair shop tp: .:R ,es.aIn
sincerely believe that he meant lenge In the Sixties," stlmulatd this week at 5615 SW 17th St.,
every word. These were no cam the sorors to accept the chal West Hollywood
.
palgn promises. I was an inspector 1
at the polls, and was surprised I
to learn that Mr, William
carried Precincts 74, 75 and 76 STARTS MetroCOLOR
-even tho the turnout was nol
tt aMa
as great as it should: have ,been :
and Mr. Kennedy. carried,, the ,d SUNDAY Dad IANSSE1'Joyce 1AYiOR'Fraik 60RSNIN
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fame precincts. Ii '- -- _.-

John Lomelo,. King O' Hearts f .Shown at 7:05
', Club owners, and his whole family -
worked hard on' the SIDNEY "THE PURPLE HILLS"

Kennedy slate. However, among' POITIERA
the 6 candidates in group_ 5, Mr, Shown at 11:00
Kennedy walked away with these RAISIN
precincts. There were quite a RITZ
few Negroes out for some ,other >
candidate such as: Clinton THEATREPlus SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY

Moon for Robert King High,, "Most Dangerous ManAlive" .. -'. _!. -- -
David Kennedy and Kenneth
Williams; Milton Hardwick for THE GREfltSI HIGH ADVENTURE EVER RIMED!

Patten and Williams; Willie La. .. _
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mar for Owens; Rocky Beckham : COLUMBIA KM pitsents"'' ,.,
for Myerson; Francis Hendersonand ::
;
Rolle for Clark and Wil CAPITOL NOW GREW "
llama __ :F I
THEATRE SHOWINGJOIN I II .
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Now, I wonder what would ':., ". ,
j" ,
PECK ':
have happened If we all had got'' ,. .. -I :: : "':' ,
tpn on the band wagon for one V : '. .
man? Divide and fall or togetherness MLU\W
* for victory? Of course, ". *.'," ) '-"
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everyone has the' right to select \ _
whom he or she thinks is best for f,: NIVEN __
the job, but VII say again, where
could we go together? We'll ,
probaby] never know the answer WAYNE "::1 ANTHONY !
to that question. t/IAilENGE1 l ll
r So for the runoff, I still QUINN
THE KlNGDUAf
choose Kennedy, win or lose k CAllED KIllER : '
4 Between Mrs. Wainright and Mr. ( '
Horner I'll have to choose the :
Lady It's high time we had a I llK i mtfMfflMROHCOTIHBAKBlOT
woman on the commission, I F/J 1
think.. Our congratulations also
to Mayor Robert King High for (QJi\YLE.IPENE 99GIA\

his landslide win. That ought to ... .. ..
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be enough about politics for now ll C ,. j JAMES EWRREN\ tAIL .w..iLSSLlt: :: ) i uMioiii31{ I lufwwlpsoi I Isa
-so what else is new? r _
Shown at 8:45

TIlE GLASS has Dig 100110this plus "Fiercest Heart"giEAVYWEiOHT
weekend as the .star.. of the
show at the Knight Beat Along J
with the fine show, the new I
"Nat King: Cole", Frank Du-
Boise, and his band. Frank Is I
singing like crazy these days. ,
Now slow down your reading CHAMPIONSHIP '
during Classic Day the Glass
will have a dance and a show DOUBIEHEADER
all day and all night long witha
big. name attraction. OM Niutis
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PRETTY CURL of the Week: 'Pc?fl 'NnpYppA'
, Cynthia White Pretty Boy ERSON"
of the Week:, Charlea Lockhart SEE ITFROM Bq lIT
Man About Town: Charlie I P 1 YNoy THE "-
Peterson. wwawr.,,,, START! A HA/AIER n.w PAOCUCT oltcaus

I'LL BET you didn't know that oA sro PL 7 7I u PtTImS must

i the brains behind Connie Farmer -
at Baker's Famous Corner on
ISth ave. Is his beautiful wife, NEXT ATTRACTION
Carolyn. She Is the lady who I g45

thought up the Idea of Paul "DEVIL AT 4 O'CLOCK
Masson's Pink Champagne and _'

Fish Fry every Wednesday night.If TFCKE 1 I IEj
YOUNG DOCTORS"
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Led fcy W. 0, Perry, State ,.;t
BY ELLIOTT J. PIEZE President, officers of the Flori '
,
da State Elk'. Association held THE,MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA 'I
their' annual Mid-winter Confer '
.
LOCAL CUBAN SITUATION Maybe some, day it will be solved ence, last Sunday at Sanford SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1961 t *1 PAGE 9 ; -
GROWING) WORSE but that day has yet to come. with Celery City Lodge, and ; II *'* ,M ,

Every so often in ,this and ORIGINAL CLASSIC DANCE Temple -as hosts- to the one,, day ,'" '" -
other communities, a situation AT FIESTA ROOM confab. years, with, the 1960 winner also ery City Temple served a turkey
arises which should commandthe Elk dignitaries from every winning the Grand Lodge Con dinner to the officers and entertained *
attention of all. of the It's Classic time in Miami on section of the state joined ranks test. tho group after the session .
of that community, even Saturday, Dec. o. And what a with pledges to carry out the with punch and cookies.
people time it is "Program of Progress" Leon Gonzales, Exalted Rulerof
though it more often than not, going to be. In addi designedto
escapes the attention of many. lion to the many other featuresof give Elkdom In the state Maceo Lodge in Jacksonville JT Why Mothers Use
situation is now existingIn the annual event, the Origi "The New Look" that will con reported that the convention
Such the a Greater Miami area. I nab Classic Dance will be held tribute Immeasurably to the committee is making all prepa SPECIAL LAXATIVE
reference to the much discussed this year at the beautiful Fl. growth and development of the rations for entertaining the
have but little dealt with, Cu esta ''Room of the Mary Eliza Order In the state of Florida, State Convention in April with I FOR BABY
situation in the, Greater' MI.' beth Hotel, 642 NW 2nd Ave. through the stengthenlng of the the expectations of the largest
ban ami area, and the many, many As is always the case, the fa subordinate lodges. and best convention ever held. ;"You ion want to take chances with
mous FAMU ,( laxative That's why for over
undesirable Collegians strong
and other will fur.
jroblems ;President Preliminary, plans made
nish music Perry :was particu were 60 mother.bar relied on reft
It has broughtto for the dance. In ad years
conditions which dition to the larly pleased with the efforts for a series of Presidential DaNa table-pur "BABY EASE." Made especially .
this community. will also be Collegians, there being made in this direction by to be hold in each district of the milt,and tend for infants
another
that the curreiWOubansituatlon hind:. plus well known some of the officers In his cabl- state and the designation of the entitlvo ato*aeha. Yon can rely onthis
To say Miami isnut a sparkling floorshow Inet and some of the lodges second Friday in March as pleasant tailing comfort when
In the area Festivities
will// begin at throughout the state He was Purple and White Day through. .TOOT child need laxative...Ask your
unfortunate and most regrettable 10 that
; would indeed be put' and p.m.will run on until Saturday 8 .m. the night fol particularly Impressed with the out the state. Daughters of Cel droitltt!. for "BABY EASE."
'' of the
success
Elks
Night Foot-
ting it :inildly.1 Just how tho sit. lowing morning. There'll be 7 ball Games
uatlon reached" tho status whichIt hours of continuous music and as sponsored by St.
now has, and Just what Is the entertainment. Admission Is Petersburg, Clearwater and
See America !
Beautiful
The
Tampa Lodges and urged officers
"
test way to solve It, are two 04 $1.50, tax Included, and far to .
present
have table sponsor this activity
which theso
dollar" questions reservations you may call in their
called experts virtually FR 4.8103. That's the Original next respective areas IN AIR CONDITIONED RECLINING SEATED
year, Perry personally ,
tuml)(() But the situation goeson Classic Dames.Educator8.
pledged to see that Elks Night
and on.Briefly Games would be held in Miami STREAMLINED

the Cuban situation is to MeetIn next season.J. .
ibis: 'Following the take-over ol P. Moses urged the organization GREYHOUND & TRAILWAYS
the government in Cuba by Fidel Miami BeachThe and functioning of a
Castro and his followers, and Civil Liberties Committee In
the later and shocking disclosure Association of Collegesand every lodge to aid in the regis-
of what the Castro govern Secondary Schools will holdts tration in their respective com BUSES
ment was really designed and '! 18th annual meeting at Miami munities as State Director of ,

caluculated to do in other Beach, Dec. 6.8, Dr. S. M. Nabrlt Civil the Liberties, he reported to .
body his activities this
in
following the complete
words, president, announced this week.
expose of what Castro really is- field and the cooperation of the ASK ABOUT OUR
many Cubans who had never left Sr. slons will be held in the Elks with other organizations in
their homeland before, fearful of Miami Beach convention hall and the state in registration and voting SPECIAL RATES FOR GROUP TRAVELWe
what might happen to them If delegates who plan to attend drives.
they remained, became panicky should contact the Fontainebleau ,Maxwell W. Saxon, state Elks Reserve Your Seats. Pick up Your Tickets Here
and immediately began to pack Hotel, Miami Deach, for reservations Commissioner of Education, reported

what little belongings they had the progress of the Edu. At Our Office,
and leave Cuba by whatever Theme for this year's three- cation Department and pointedout
means was available to them day meeting Is: "Programming that Florida State winners of NORTH'S TRAVEL BUREAUFR
for Better Articulation the
and Between Oratorical Contest won the
left boat and plane
T' by
v High Schools and Colleges." I Regional Contest for two straightBARKEY's
r-mie: directly to the first port 9-8451 1104 N.W. 3rd Ave.
C)' rail of any significance they -
mold find, And that, of course,
v 's none other than Miami and Charles North, Manager
vicinity. Most of the Cubans CUT-RATE STORE

came to this community broke, . -
hungry, with only the clothe ,on. The Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome

their backs, and no place to, Ive. 1201 N.W.. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376
At first, they came. in relatively ,"Cream of The Crop"

small numbers but recently, SSS Tonic .._...................... 1.45 Special Angel Skin .
they've been coming: in at the 8cott'' Kmulslon) hair Cream 5J.50'' size, 1.2:5IAt""ne
rate of more than 1,200 per Bleach & Glow Cream ........ ,'13 'LOVELY CBS HOMESOpen
week. And they all flop right 1.75 plus tax

here in Miami and vicinity. 7.20 .......?.?. 1.75 Old 07 Uerjfiunont 2-6

This condition naturally Lanolin Plus hair Groom ...-......*....... M p.m.
brought on problems and more Liquid 1.75 Old 07 Framing 011 FHA APPROVED MORTGAGELOW
problems, the like of which have loz. Free Dolls 1.08 to 12.08
never been witnessed in any DOWN PAYMENT
all Use layaway
the Gifts of descriptions. our
American community in his-

tory of these United States.To I OPKX DAILY & SUNDAY 8 A.M.: to 10 P.M. 770 NW 51st STREET

mention just a few of the I JOHN McMINN, Owner Lovely home on 2 lots. First time offered. Will be

problems and undesirable conditions sold today. Only $500 down, no extra charges.
brought this sltua. TL h--
on by
... ..
tlon. The economic status of the '' ----'. ---

community has fallen to a new
1444 NW 44th STREET
low, largely because many MOVE RIGHT IN
Americans have lost .good paying Gorgeous 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. Can be used as home
PAYMENT .
jobs to Cubans because the NO DOWN
j and income. $500 down, owner pays closing costs.
Cubans are taking their jobs at GORGEOUS CBS HOME $89 ,month.'
grossly substandard wages. The 1068 NW 77th StreetLow per

employers are as much to blame .:0.--....
as the Cuban because the employers closing costs-deposit $175 now pay balance

jump at the chance to $200 later., No' extra charges. One mortgage $72 4601 NW 8th AVENUE
hire
cheap labor.
per month. Lovely corner, Fla. room, garage, large rooms,

Many Americans who want to LEGAL REALTYPL stove refrigerator, $400 down, no extra charges.
work cannot find jobs becauseof
this situation, and their purr 8-0290 MU 8-3923 ..................-....
chasing power has therefore WEEK DAYS
SUNDAYS -
NIGHTS -
been greatly reduced and bust 1781 NW 47th TERR.

nfs Is generally on a downward, Modern duplex, large units, live rent free, $475

trend. t J' . r. down, no extra charges.

To add insult to Injury, the t'.,! .. MIl" ...... ....
American ). 1 l' --
government under. HOMES FOR SALE .. r
took to feed, and In many instances 1851 NW 48th STREET
clothe and house these
Cuban, with frnids taken from 3061 N.W. 70th Terrace Real doll house. Fla. room, hardwood floors, A-l

the general treasury, at the exIiwe Open Sunday 2-6 p.m. shape $300 down, no closing costs, $69 per month.
and
times sacrifecs
many
of the American tax payers. Beautiful bedroom, 2 bath, built in kitchen, 1 year ....-..-....

This so called relief program, young, small cash down. FHA terms. .
which 877 NW 77th STREET
is
nothing more than A

direct. give away, to still goingon. 1424 N.W. 55th Terrace Modernhuge, duplex, just like a home and income.EZ .

Open Sunday 2-6 p.m. terms.

And as might be expected, the Large bedroom, 2 bath, large Florida room, low
Negro ....-.-....
Citizens
are the first to down payment.
be effected by this condition, -0-
1129 NW 77th STREET
and they are affected at a much
higher rate than the remainderof $400 DOWN Estate! Lovely large home and extra lot. Must see.

of the community. Almost lout Open 2-6 p.m. $400 down, no closing costs.
every 5 Negro wage earners
Is currently unemployed and 842 N.W. 47th StreetCBS o o .
seeking employment, largely because .
of this condition broughtOn 3 bedroom, 2 baths. Florida: room, carporte,

by the influx of Cubans in and garage, hardw :;a floors. FHA terms.
NEWS REALTYThe
the Dade County area. The con For these and many others

dition is not getting any better. Call Harry Denny r

Recently a number of efforti ( Broker That Works For You)

groups nave been which planned if successful by various, may Action Realty Inc. 4600 N.W.* 7th Avenue PL 4-0685

tend to help the situation some- PL 7-4544 (Open Sunday)
what. But these efforts are still 253 N.W. 79th St. ,
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largely In the talking stage, and f Ilf .- .. .. .. ,- /
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I Florida United
InterracialElks Bethune-Cookman THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA,
Conference AME
Organization Gets $12,264 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1961 PAGE 11
Laymen
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By BERNICE S. HENDERSON Moves ForwardThe From College FundAn NOT WORKING Free esti

Lake Wales Laymen of the second if you live In Liberty City
Florida. Conference met organizational allocation of., $12,264 was The
South meeting of the United Brownsville, we will repair
Saturday afternoon, Oct. 28, during fraternal Order Interracial mailed this week to Bethune- zaar credit. Pay weekly. Rowlno
the' 71st session of the the World of the Elks of Cookman College, Daytona til 8 '6952 NW 18th ATe. OX
convened in Balti Beach, ,by the United Negro Col p.m. '
South Fla. Annual Conference in Indf
more, Saturday
cession at Allen Chapel, with Nov. 11 with an lege Fund. This ,sum brings the
attendance
of
Rev. W. H. Zanders host and approximately 300 total UNCF grants to Dethun ;
men and
Bishop S. L. Greene, presiding of the United women States.from all sections Cookman for the current calendar .
year to $37,441.A .
prelate.Devotionals were conducted. Presiding at the meeting was charter member, Bethune
by Mrs. Alice Lemon, conference : Dr. Herbert Marshall, M. D., of Cookman has been an active patS The FHighlights/
since
of the Washington I it was founded in 1944 as
chaplain organization. D. C. Mrl Herbert I .
Jonea of Washington tlcipant in the College Fund.
fraternal
Charles Terrell, conference veteran of the nation's first educational. sent
lay president, was preeented by ately known many as "The years,Tall affection. community chest. :, Nov. 26, .the Ladles
Mrs. Carey, vice president. Mr., more of the Syca. p.rat of Post 5693 will en.
Terrell brought greetings add Potomic, was unanImously Thirty-two coaeges and univer. torlum' ( at their first, Fall Tea.
elected to the rank of sities are affiliated with the fund
observations and information .
gave Supreme Majestic Stag. this year. choir affair will start at 4, p.m.
the
concerning present add
Allocations to the at the home of Mr. and Mrs
participants
past status of the Lay Organiza Presiding at the Women's
tion. An itemized financial .. Auxiliary meeting institutions are determined by a Brown of 2345 NW
r was the
dy. formula St. Opa Locka. Mr. Drown
developed by the college ,
namic
of the year's work gl'ven political and
port was fraternal
presidents. No restriction a past Post Commander and
by the secretary, Mrs. IreneL. worker of Chicago, Mrs. Frances are
placed the trustee of
present his
S. on yearly appropriations. post.
Taylor. Brown Beasley. The Illustrious Pearl However, Bethune..Cook. Emma Brown is the trea.
The, organization endorse J fa" of Baltimore was unanl.I The
man and the other members report of the Ladles Auxiliary.
proposed project given by the I mously elected to the rank 6f using the contributions primarily .
ways and means 'committee, i Supreme Majestic Doe. to provide scholarships, President, Mra. Irene
which consisted of sponsoring It was decided strengthen faculty and expand Bethel and District Secretary,
that
various contests on each of the which the prlncip'es academic programs. NW Beulah Miers will be among
four districts, for the purpose of upon this organiza will honored guests
tion
achieving financial status and shall be founded on De. the AUDITORIUM'I'v outstanding program ha
recruitment for mocracy, Loyalty and Fraternal.
programming a ism. arranged for your pleasure
members. The project initiated PUN PHUN enjoyment and the nubile is

some years ago continues; in Several charters were 'granted .
that, each district ha been collecting the first of which, for a Wo iiy PHIL OS80 'EU jj MKUTINGS
'and Bending literature to man's Auxiliary: went to Mrs.
our foreign areas in Africa. Anna Webster Rodgers of Gary, Gets is, hereby given to all
The meeting adjourned with Indiana That Miami doctor who' discredited .
which was named for A : Ladles, Auiliary, veter
prayer by Mrs. Terri Toles and her late mother, Mrs. Clara B. milk, warning us not to 'department and national ,of
the circle of love and friendship Webster, one of Indiana's foremost drink it because of its highholestrol years l as well as visitor and In.
being formed by joining Hands.! political, civic and church content, may have the week I ted persons' that Post bt<93
Everyone left with a song in his leaders. The second charter was dairy industry screaming high. three hold all future meetings at
heart and a prayer on his lips for granted, to Mrs. Frances S. er than the milky way. Milkmenare sassing All Daba Ave, on .the 2nd
continued world peace. Bea.: ey of Chicago The third afraid his un-kine 'remarks 4th Sundays of each month
was Issued to Mrs. Blanche Day will make their customersshudder let with the month of De.
of Baltimore.The and trun pall for fear trial 1961,
Murder Charged to of kicking the bucket at an early .'
next organizational meet ral
Man 84Shaking ing will be held In Chicago at age.As a censor the doctor makes heroin Sometimes
the Community House of the sense, providing he has, conclusive agent
with feebleness, Samuel First Church of Deliverance, evidence to prove his case NEEDS A
DeWitt Jackson, 84-year-old eiciates. Dr. Clarence Cobbs is 1'?ar'e.ls In his assertions, he
Negro, was led into Circuit Court I, the chaplain of the Supreme apparently Is not going to let the TOO
Friday to hear Assistant State Lodge. dairy men cow him with their ,
Attorney Gerald Kogen read a I cries of "Bull!t" over 60 years, mothers have re
grand jury indictment charginghim I It takes courage to degradethe on gentle"BABY,EASE.- Flee
with first degree murder. 'Farm I Worker Grade A. If the doctor's tailing, easy to five liquid vege-
It accused Jackson of killing opinions arouse public Interest, .-pure "BABY EASE""BABY
we may have a colossal choles1- without binding.
his neighbor, William Douglas. Killed in FightAn "
trol Investigation does contain
42, while trying to collect a $9 B. not opiates or
Have a MILK shake That'sa laxative druggist
debt Sept. 16.NOTICE. argument between four migrant moo.t question Right now the the ipeclal babies laxative.,.
farm workers early Sun. thought of milkshakes met y EASE.2
,
day ended with one dead and another I ,
UNDER seriously Injured from gun. NNINA.II.IN.I.II..N.N.NIHNIINNIIIIANDREWS' .I
shot wounds, police reported.
JEWELERS
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Metro homicide detectives said EXPERT WATCII AND RUPTURED ?
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Domingo Garcia, .'{2, WM fatally
the undersigned, desiring to engage shot at the B and I Quarters in CLOCK REPAIRS fftottr* Nee.f.niel Offl i t D"
in business under the fictitious Jrtnceton. A friend, Samuel Cor 40 Yours in Business .. l fe L.OW

name of: trio, 21, is in Baptist Hospital All work guaranteed eNee.PILES.RECTAL DISEASES
with chest wounds from the 22
SERVICE 1240 NW DRUG 3rd Avenue STORE revolver. 303 N.W. 2nd Ave. Dfl. LONG'S CLINIC utr'r I :: n.

Miami, Florida Two Negroes are being soughtin FR 3-0152

intends to register the said name the shooting, detectives said. ............................................... t.. .111 "II'1' U lllill l L IIIII Jill. J II I.J 1111 111 Jl h-
with the Clerk of the Circuit
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SIDNEY T. COX, Owner TV Service Calls 150
Nov. 11, 18, 25, Dec. 2, 1961 DADE COUNTY JUNIOR COLLEGE


NOTICE UNDER 1895 N.W. 95th Street, Miami 47, FloridaNOTICE ALL MA'KES-ALL MODELS "LUB AKTS

FICTITIOUS NAME LAW LARRY'S T.V.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that WE BUY SELL }AND TRADE TV SETS

the undersigned in business, desiring under the to fictitious engage w TO ALL NEW APPLICANTSAND RADIOS, HI.FI AND STEREO REPAIRSWe

name of: Sell Used TVs on Credit
SNACK WAY 3 RETURNING STUDENTS:
5595 NW 17th Ave. 1551 N.W.,, 62nd Street OX 1-8024

Miami, Florida Applications for Spring Semester, 1962, are now be- ".& .1 111111" (.. 1111111If..IIIIIII.Announcing .
Intends to register the said name Ing accepted. Students who apply after December 4, I
with the Clerk of the Circuit '
Court of Dade County, Florida. 1961, will be limited in the courses they may select. the opening of Liberty City's most

Owners.Winston and Norman Foster, For application blanks and catalog, write or come to Complete Hardware Store

Oct. 28, Nov. 4, 11, 18..,. 1961 the Admissions Office, Dade County Junior College, JOE'S HARDWARE & PAINT STORE ,
: :;: Dl
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA -II held Saturday' at 1 p.m, at .NOTICE

... 12 SATURDAY NOVEMBER SS, 1961'CARD Temple' with Rev'Li: A. Thomp,
DEATHS son in charge. The body will be Goodwill
Rose
The Red Spiritual
on view In the Temple Baptist
'. Church 10 p.m.,,Friday.Wlcox Club contest was MId Sunday
at the home of Mrs. Lillian

K : A S MEMORIALS Mr- lUttle Bryant ofwr..* i :hack of 6: NW 12th Scott, 1376 NW 71st. Mrs

mid Beach, Fl*. \idled' at" Tier! St,,died''i4o'.Mr' < Wilcox was Clarence Gaines and .Mrs. Willie
) I a:, native of.Milan,.-Ga.. and lived Mae Hannah were contestants..
residence on Sunday, .No.y;; 19j '
\ '.1parge '..ofBoiler's here 23 years. .He Is survived by: Mrs. Gaines received the crown
r ; rrangements areuJn ; ; '
OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAM. j Total. raised
was
10312.
.Funeral' hpme in" Pompano his wife. Florlne, a son, Edward ? .
Beach Service will bei, his mother, Mrs. ,Mary Jordon, Thanks .to Sunlight: .for their
In of dear mother support; Mrs Ollle Rabb and
memory our two brothers, Leroy and James
held Ip,, Pomparuj. JJeach on,,
and grandmother, )V dne <1ay, Nov2 Jordon and a sister, Mrs. Florlne1' ,Mrs. Curry.
MRS MILEY WHITHERSPOON, is,8urv1Ved ;' Wilcox Chapel services were' "
Mrs. Bryant by five "Regular meeting each Thursday -
who departed this wife November daughters and'' 'tnree sons conducted last Wednesday._ night at 8 p.m. 1456 NW

23, 1960. Frank Hawk', Charlie,and .Wil. deer 57th. st. Althenia Spikes, presi
'To a mother that was dearer liam: James a migrant, dent, Clarence Gaines, secretary.
than dear, .. ?1-.',< i''' orker from Turks Island, Bahamas
(Ye miss kindness ,. was dead upon arrival at
your of yester Francis. : ;
I v3 year. .. ;, Jackson Hospital, Nov. 18. Fun.

We loved you dearly, but .God Reginald, Sweeting of 1514 : eral services will be conducted Broadway
Saturday at 10 a.m. In the Memorial
loved you best, .:; NW 4th Ave. 'died Nov '21. Sur- ExtravaganzaNov.
chapel. Burial will be in
.
3o mother and
sleep on dear
vlvprs include a daughter, Mrs.
take rest." Evergreen Memorial, Cemetery: ;)
your Vernell Cabretta, a sister, Mrs.
Mr. Gardner is on view in the 30
Misses Altermease Frankie .
Alice L. Dean, a nephew, Albert
and Charlotte Whltherspoon, Dean; two nieces, Mrs. Alice chapel. : ji
daughters Harrison and Mrs. Carmen Jackson Nathaniel Darville" of> 1881 s..J. T. WASHINGTON
'
Amos and Wllmazetta, two aunts, Mrs. Arvilda
NW 74th Terr. dead
grandchildren was upon AUDITORIUM
Sands and'Mrs Seva McFee. Arrangements

arrival at Jackson Hospital Nov.
are incomplete. 21. He was a native of Nassau

F and lived in Miami 40 'years. He
IN MEMORIAMIn ave.Selser, died Lewis at ,Veteran's 1149E Hospital NW 5th is survived by his wile, Mary, 3 Support the Fight for
daughters; Sandra, Charlene and
Nov. 21. Survivors are his father Pamella Nathaniel Jr. 2 Freedom
a son ,
sad (but loving memory of my David; two sons Arnold and
brothers and 2 sisters.
dear husband, Butch, a sister, Mrs. Marie Frazier i meats are incomplete Arrange Join Your NAACP

family of the late, ; six nieces, five nephews ,
rangements are Incomplete.John .
MRS. BEATRICE DUNAWAY
DRAPE S
,
\ wish to thank their many many McKenzie of 3422 Wil

friends for their kind gesturesof liams Ave., Coconut Grove died
sympathy rendered them dur Nov. 20. Survivors are two BRUCE DECORATORSFREE

ing their hour of bereavement. nephews, Alexander McKenzieand
Special thanks to Rev. 0. J. -t Harry McKenzie, u sister, a ESTIMATES
Burney and congregation of New cousin Mrs. Ellen Mackey. Ar
Providence Baptist Church and rangements are incomplete PRE-XMAS SALEDIIAI'E

the Richardson Mortuary for.
$ CARPETING SLIP COVERS REUPHOLSTERING
their efficient service. 'James Williams, 326 NW 8th
The Dunaway Family St., died Nov. 21. Survivors are Phone for decorator to help you.in your home

his wife, Mrs. Sally Williams,
CARD OF THANKSThe mother, Mrs. Louvenia Williams, Phone NA 4.5738

two sisters, Mrs. Rebecca Chap Terms Arranged
family of the late man and Mrs. Curly Fields, two

brothers, Henry and Marlon, all DRAPESBedroom
of MoClummlng. C. _

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syo : Florida City died Nov. 17. Sur-
rr Rhode Coney, several sons and
v Rhodle Coney, several son and 3 CBS Home
daughters
f $' ,. ; Arrangements are In..
: _.. _, complete.
I Iy
: vho passed JOSEPH November McKENZIE 20, 1960. Baby. Girl Stephenson, daughter 2 large lots, hardwood floors, tile roof, stove, ref rig.
*
!f. a t The pains of death are put, of Mr. and Mrs Albert Stephen
eirator wall to wall carpeting.
r :ie speaks of peace and rest, Bon of 2338 NW 62nd St. -wa. ,
He ,bids us, trust and hope still' born at Mt. Sinai hospital
ff To do in faith the part. on Nov.: 17. Graveside service DOWN MONTH'
$400 $72
-- ...- 3 Sadly missed. were held on Nov; 24. -

3 Mrs. Wilda McKenzie, wife .,
And Family Baby Boy Eberhart, son of Mr : .:: ;:: Total ''Price' $12,500 : ,
and Mrs. Clarence Eberbart ot; ,
J :
1634 NW 1st court, was still .-.. .-; Open every* day until sold
born Nov, 20. Services were held ,

IN MEMORIAMIn Nov. 24. /* : 728 NW 77th Street ,

sad but loving, memory of Mrs. .
Jewel Hicks of ''1618 lit or
the late, court died Nov 15., Survivors Include : Move in within 3 weeks

,.. a daughter
'" '''-\ I Mrs. Llllle M. .
Williams, two sons. Arrangements ; .
GEORGE CECIL CAREY 4 are incomplete.

acknowledge with grateful appreciation McNICHOLAS REALTY
your kind expressions
of sympathy during their hour of House of Albert -.=.::..=. .:a.. 0
sorrow. 7927 N.W. 7th Avenue

Respectfully. Willie Lawrence, '
popularly
Alberta Carey, mother
known as "Shorty" who resided Phone FR 9.1751
Luther O. Carey, brother I I at 2196 All Baba Ave and who

Archibald G. Carey, brother : ,' ,h Ft 4 'M t. yKJ died Nov. 18 will be funerallzed
Bertie Thomas
sister c
Saturday at 1 -- - --- -- -- -
I Leola Robinson, sister :* \ Looka Chapel. He p.m.will at lie the in Opa re .

pose In the chapel from' 4
p.m.
I IN MEMORIAM } Friday:; ..". .
I BOY A HOME TODAY !

L In loving memory of our dear Jeffrey' Bernard Weston, six
wife, our mother, grand mother, frt. months fold son of Mrs.'Sylvia''.A.
motber-in-law and sister, y t died Weston'ot 1831. Alt. Baba Ave Move right in no qualifying
.Npv, .20.
el'ervice's
will be held: at 3 p.m., Saturday. Drive by these large homes today

1. 3150 NW 56th St.-$295 down $21 week

i (1; ., st.Jerry died :IMash Nov p 20.* 23:12'NW His': survivors 77th (Three bedrooms '. Fenced yard)

include his widow, Essie, a 2. 315G NW,'56th St.-$395 down $23 week

.-" -'" --... .. ""GIA daughter, a son,.:six grandchild "(Large 3 bedroom home)
ren and '
other '
MRS. LEILA MAE NEALY ROSS are; incomplete?, 'Arrangements 3.-3044, NW 58th, St. payments are $25 week

i I who departed thin life, Nov. 23, (Brand new 3 bedroom home)

1960. Range .... 4. 5875 !NW 31st Ave. $995 down payment
She is but ,
not
gone forgotten.
To that >. (Brand: new 3 bedroom home on corner lot
heavenly
+irrwa honie'above. Mrs.! Susie A. Garrison of 1923 .
I Some sweet day'we 16'ng to meet NW 4th ave., died Nor. 17. She 5. .'.1800. )YW 49th St.-Large home plus apartment
her .
And share,, in her Infinite was a native of Marian, and had 5. 1800 .NW 49th St. $900 down

I $ : God knows how much we love miss is lived survived in Miami by for three 36 daughter years. She,, ,. (Large home plus apartment)

youNever shall Mesdamea tJron Praylor, lola 1804 NW 49th St.-Nice clean home-$495 Dn.
your memory fade
Bernaporte and
Miss Elderator
Loving thoughts shall'. always' Garrison, three grandchildren, 6. 1818 NW 49th St.-Real clean property....... ....
wander
To the 10 great grandchildren, a sister 6.1818 NW 49th. St. $495 down
spot where you were laid. .
and two (brothers.. Services will
(Real clean property).
Henderson Ross, husband be held Saturday at 4 p.m. In St.
David Nealy Jr., son Paul AME Church with theReTo We have over 500 others
I And Family M. J. Fayson, officiating. Mrs
Garrison is now in repose at the We arrange all financingWe

MRS. ELMA BROOME funeral home. are open Saturday and Sunday, tool

',who departed thl* life November Broadway
Samuel Ferguson of 2343 NW
? (Al21, 1957. 56th St., died NOT. 18. Mr. Ferguson
:.!.IGone, but not forgotten. ExtravaganzaNov. a deacon at Temple' Bap. FORD REALTY Inc.

: Darling we miss you very 30B. tilt Church, was a native of ,
'.much; It has been three .
\ years Ackllna Island, Bahamas and lived
i)since:\We|God tcalled you. T. WASHINGTON in Miami for 10 years. He Is 5524 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 7.2559Deal

i'ind' have hope to* join you some day AUDITORIUM survived by his wife, Zora, his t with the largest real estate dealer in Liberty
} City
Mr. our family reunion. 4 'i .... father, Japheth, three brothers I\ -". .. . .
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Woman's'D.ay'at MT ::CALVARY $BAPTIST; THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA i ':I'

ClassifiedFOR First BaptistThe Revs E.. M. Thomas, J>a tor I SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1961 PAGERSHoliday ;.: :

Phyllis Myers reporter .. ,'
First Baptist Church f Sunday School 9:45, 1'
Opa Lock :win observe its an M i'ittrIraervlc.t. .11:00Eveginggqvice SpecialsRugs Hollywood's NewesMuid 4

RENT: nual Woman's Day- program TU, ...:..-. ..... .'f....,'.',. r. .?' 6,:30: Finest '3t ,
Sunday, Nov: 26. The 'guest ., ,. ..,* .,.y"s' '7:00, cleaned 9x12 $3.00
speaker' at 'the' 11 a.m eervlce Lela's PalptrYrx :! s*. ,
All Utilities ,. : Dyed
APTS. 6.50
FURNISHED will be Mrs. Charlotte' Ford Sunday,26 marks a very, 20810.19-14
fur>aistied. $12.50 per;week, $2,0, Clark principal of Douglas Elementary tpeciahdaq'tgt( : ; 'us. It. Is tbe day; Shampoo Type 7.50 rlurnishePr1YMJ elab't8t a'ad
8th St.: Caretaker Inapt: .1, when ;' (Liberia) '
NW School, Mrs Clark, who our, Church. ,' Will be one,: Couche and chairs colors
Is widely. known ln .year old:' : seini private batlu .. '
3.ROOM cottages, .stoves 'and: civic 'social and.religious education circles,( 'j Bro. Winfleld, is sick, In the restored or dyed reasonably LELA McDOWEtX,, Pro$,"'o:'". ,
water furnished. $10 weekly, Is a gifted ho .. 4''
and :
1 talented speaker him 5516 NW 17th Ave. ", '
haveLaspeedy' Phono YU 8844S ,,
669 NW 8th St. FR' 7-2902. ::1:1I Jo recoveryor'' II .,
I 'he're. Ruby Scott president of Pick up and delivery service ,

ROOM: HOUSE. Furnished. \$14' the Woman Auxiliary of the Na ST.-'M RYS C. W. M., Call PL 7.3775 ...'\
weekly Call B. Picard Rental tional Alliance of Postal Ennployees
Agency, FR 290J.. and a civic worker who ReT "E. A' Culmer, pastor
has served the Coconut Grove Mrs. S. Dawklns, .reporter. :
2 BEDROOM APT. Large rooms, area for many years, will] be theevening Sunday School . . $:4f' LOOKING FOR!
stove refrigerator, a beautiful, speaker Morning worship 10.,, 11:00
apartment. 4190 'NW' 82nd are The chairman, Evening worship ,.. ... 7:30, MARY GREEN that work. I'j'u1:
Mrs. Gloria
ed' for Mr. Sandler La. c
Nelsttn and Sunday on
'co-chairman Miss School was opened by
ROOMS and bath. Duple; '
::1 1 ,
Water Is furnished. $12.50 week Elizabeth Richardson have plan John Dullard After, devotion' Gorce Drive, Miami Beach. :
Call E. Picard RentalrAgencyiPR ned an Inspiring program. You classes took their places with
|fir Please call this number
are oordta'ly Invited to worship their, teachers.
( 72902. with. us on this our Woman' The Rev; H. V, Stuart was In FR 39151.

FURNISHED 1 bedroom apartment Day. charg of services due to the Ii2 g !"{ i
large rooms stove, refrigerator illness of the pastor. The No. 2 VERY IMPORTANT I
4190 NW 32nd Ave Woman's Day at Choir sang during the morning, N25 D2
directed by A. Carey with Miss .
.PARTMENT. One bedroom. $15 Mt. Aaron Church Jenny Parks at, the organ. STRAIGHTENYOUR
4190 NW 32nd ave. We are praying that our pastor """ _.cx.jLL ....
"Christian Women Facing the will recuperate and be able: |. HAIRat ,
seeds to be $150 CASH $79 MONTH
LOWES.T RENT in town.: 2- of Life Today" Is the with us Sunday.
bedroom apartment. $14. 3200 .theme for the second annual observance i' We celebrated the church's 2 bedroom with jalousied
NW 47th St. of Woman's ,Day. 38th anniversary on Nov. 13. front porch in Allapattah HOME In one quick! ,
Mrs. Essie M. Pugh, general The pastor, officers and members
1 bedroom with twin beds, 2491 "hairlady and Mrs. Mary Ann wish to thank the Rev. Prldgen, area. Mostly furnished. EASY APPLICATIONYou
NW 59th St. NE 4-9994. Turk cochalrlady, are serving I Rev. L A. Thompson, Rev. Randolph Move in today. can have soft natural.
and leaving no ,atone unturnedto Thompson and all the par- looking, straight hair the safe,
STORE 5932 NW lEth Ave. make this day a successful one. their ilcpants on the program for -e- easy SILKY STRATA:way.Do
40x60 fire proof and city water. The leadership ability of the cooperation. $490 DOWN-$80 MONTH I It yourself at home and save
'
Thanks
body of to the
Christian
will be committee Mrs.
women ,
Suitable for doctor clinic or any Can be time and The easy'to*
used money.
two businesses that blend. FR greatly enhanced as the women Myrl Gibson, Mrs Gladys Mc- a* rooming .
'
4.2228.. serve throughout the day Ford and Albert Rain for their house, 4 or 5 bedroom large follow directions assure proftslonal'like
results. Your hair
good work May God bless
Mrs. Louise Rolle will deliver you louse. 2 steps from bus and stays straight for months .
FURNISHED apartment. Nice the morning address. She is SALTERS CHAPEL A.M.E. shopping. A-l condition. See lets you comb dress or style
big yard. Reasonable. Call OX widely .known in ,religious edu today your hair any way you wish...

12426.. cationai civic social and fraternal ..' Rev. II. J. nronnon, pastor ... a -" will not go back even when wet.
circles Hear her. She is a A. Davis, reporter .1
PRIVATE has rooms for talented speaker and will bring Sunday was a high day. During $990 DOWN Live Rent FOR WOMIN and Children C Atft
tor long tine".Ir.
nice respectable working people Strength
words of
wisdom the morning the pastor preached 'Free
with cooking privileges. OX from Isaiah 54:6. The Junior FOR MINI Regular strength for chest* ,
6-421., iMrs. Hattie Jackson, an able choir ang. After the service the 2 beautiful CBS houses on CO"..hair.
rpeaker, will give the evening men, prepared a Hawaiian dint 1 lot. Partly furnished* One .
/'HUTMENT, front and back address. She Is well known as a ner for the we
Entrance 1700 NW 68th ,St. church worker, active in civic Springs home of Bro. and 81s.lyare. aII'
Ponded Collection Agency and social work and is able to Menu: chicken and pork I had this year Tip top con
D2 l leave thoughts of remembranceto ham cooked under the ground ditlon. Choice location. Call

feed upon. pot chips cake and punch. for appointment
MODERN furnished room with Everyone accompanying Rev.
'me of kitchen to yourself. In TEMPLE BAPTIST and Mrs. Bronson enjoyed avery We arrange financing alsoT1ICT
clean place. Call OX 14864. fine outing. We returned at -
Rev L
A. Thompson pastor
1 The junior choir served
BEAUTIFUL ROOM In private Sunday School....................... 9:31 gain pm. and the Rev Bronson 'REALTY
home 1826 NW 65th St. NE Morning Worship ................ 11:01 made our hearts glad as he
32740.: Evening Worship .................... 7:3 preached out of his + 801 NW 54th St.
0. T. U, .................................... 63J The Rev. and Mra.soul.Williamsof PL 0-8372 PL 9-5455
FURNISHED ROOM for nice Funeral services for the late St. Paul AMA Church worshipped -
single or couple, 1 child accept. Deacon S. G. Ferguson a faithful with us. NE 5.8745 ,MONEY-BACK GUArtANTIB

ed NE 38746. 1831 NW 49th member, will be held Saturday --- ... .. .. 0 ""O 'In every package .- :
St. at 1 p.m. The body will be ..
,, taken to the church Friday night BroadwayExtravaganza :
FURNISHED it 10 o'clock .y
Garage
2129 NW 57th St. apartment The Rev. I. S. Hepburn will be Altman Insurance :
the speaker at the 11 a.m. ser I'
vice on Sunday. Nov. 30B.

FOR SALE .The E Stevens Pulpit Aid president Board, Mrs.M wlUponeor T. WASHINGTON 768 NW 3rd Ave. FR 1-2421

a program Sunday at 3
FRAME, bedroom, 2 hath, AUDITORIUM
pro The public is invited INSURANCE FOR EVERYONEDON'T
front
porch, large Fla. room, 1.
car garage, furnished ,with 1 LOSE YOUR LICENSEWe
b'droom'apt. attached,
corner
lot 60 x 100 1300 NW 43rd Sl.t NOW OPEN ,FOR BUSINESS
We life
help
can you. cover hospltalizAtion car. ,
Qpen by appointment, NE:5-4E05 ,
except: Sunday afternoon .2:30 The Sherman Hotel'sLOUNGE( home. Special attention to ,SR22. Small Down pay*

5:30.: N25. : ment. We finance.I .


QO UN1T,'4OTDtt 1 or;, J.llamt. I
Beach fulljr, equipped, ) .3
ly air I I '
conditioned wlmmUu;
pool. ,Very< reasonable tlntemted ;r a kw I ,PRAY FOR THE SICK '- FREE
party contact'JWl .1.-:1 a'.1 :
ki 1, A / -.-
:3 bedroom CBS furnished tile

roof lot, FHA hardwood commitment.floors corner Must Look Who Is Here .
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sacrifice, leaving town Save 7i .'; 1iiua ,
extra $700 'buying, direct from .. '
owner 1175 NW 45th St. NE ; "
5.2673. JL.1 .
If r : irJUs

DUPLEX NW 60th S;. Only : : : ::: "

S600. down. Hardwood floor, :
7 = .
Modern two bedroom apts. Ora 4y

Av D. Taylor. phone Realty 4208 NW 7th k st World's greatest helper more than 60 years experience -,

5.4240. 759.6221 or CE in helping and solving your problems. If, :

worried over love, money, job, health, evil and enemies ..

BEAUTIFUL FHA home on Polk -Do you want happiness, success and prosperssty '
ft. Richmond Heights. Now be 4 '
then NOW.
ing renovated throughout. Terms I come
'*. Call Ora D. Taylor Realty
4208 ALL WORK ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED
NW
!
7th ave. or CE 5-4246
Also Open Sunday

WANTED Air Jesus Mild uO>me unto me all ye that labor and are heavily... ,

TWO HEAL ESTATE salesmen Conditined laden, and I will give you reat."

Apply with Florida Ora D.ltc Taylor at once and 4th St) JESUS NEVER, FAILS JESUS NEVER FAILS
4208 NW Realty, 464 'N.W. 4th St. (Cor. Bth Ave

Phone 759-5221 7th or Ave.CE, 5-4246.Miami, Phone FR 9.1751 Get help first visit See me first .

Conference arranged. Featuring the finest beverages at the lowest prices Caleb I
Rev.
Joseph
BEAUTY OPERATOR. Porter's in town

I OX Beauty 1.0612.Nook. 7006 NW 19th ave. 60 room hotel-Private baths r. Telephones 642 NW 2nd Ave.-Room 209

\ Bedroom Apartments completely furnished 1
E. PICARD I Phone FR 4-8105
Owned and operated by colored
: Rental Agency MGIl. Hoarsr 0:80 a.m. to 1180 p.m.a p.en. to 0 pan.
Rental collections; property A. 11.8f1ONE'i'rE. OWNER AND t
Management, real estate

.563 NW 8th St. FR- ,7-2902 .,_ '._ T._ rO. --4



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1! !:' -o. : judice would soon be overcome I I Football Scores

1R Hurricanes Face PHIL OSSOFER in the same Nazis manner that frustratedby the con. Livingston 14 . Knoxvllle 0
quering were Danes. True Tenn. A&I 14 . .. Ky. St. 10
the conquered ''Dela. St. 16 ,. . ... St. Aug. 6
SAYS: Christianity always overcome. Md. St. 40 . ... Shaw 16
:. evil.1 of dark'I I Wins.-Salem 67 .... St. Paul's, 8
Big Ten Foe Like all other forms will Fisk 20 . ,. Morehouse 8
I have jiiet j viewed part I of ness, bigotry and prejudice the Miss. Col. '42 ', Sewanee 6
vanish when we have co rage -
"An' Act of Faith," a' TV feature Ala. A&M 20 .e Miles 14gliz.
"The toughest team Miami bas date one of the: greatest defen. showing how the people of to disperse them with the City 12 ?.? Howard 12
faced this year." save linemen he has seen in manya Denmark saved 95 percent of the heavenly light of truth. C'man 61 . Lane 6
That's the way, Bill Crutch. year. "He's certainly worthy of Jewish population from the Jackson 78 . Texas Coll. 0
field, University of Miami coach .tll-American honors," Crutch- Nazis in World War. 2, I thrilled Langston 27 . .' \ S.W. Akla. 0
and scout describes big; and pow field! said. to the recounting of experiencesby MONROE MUSIC HOUSE

erful Northwestern of the Big the participants in that great And Church Furniture Register Your
Ten which comes here tonite to Coach Andy Ouatafaon is humanitarian project, not only
face the Hurricanes in the Orange ,I working feverishly; these days to because' I am of Jewish back 820 N.W.Supply 3rd Ave. Talented Child
prep the Hurricanes' for the
Bowl ground, but mainly' because I rea-
powerful Big Ten. The team was Phone PR 4-4301 Music, Dance or Art
and
lized that man's love regardfor
"They are a powerful, aggressive pushed through hard skirmishes being manifested Everything in gospel music Fine Arts Conservatory
man was
football team, which
pos lat week to prevent them from
under dangerous conditions, New A.M.B. Carver YMCA
sesses several outstanding runners Discipline
going rusty due to an'off week.
as well as a capable passing Gus said there will be no letup Why did the Danes risk ao 1002 Commentaries OX 60231Little
attack." Crutchfield said. "Their this week before possibly Wed much, some even making the ,
sophomore fullback, Bill Swingle, nesday. "We'll have to be in supreme sacrifice to aid the
is going to be hard to stop. great condition and at our best Jews Those interviewed said
"I've been most Impressedwith this year to be able to stay on that they were Danes helping T p e
their running game which the field with Northwestern," Danes; human beings giving
has been effective all year, and Gus said. "This is a hard hitting succor to oppressed brothers.
their big line. Their line Is a Northwestern team, typical of I Even King Christian, when he
typical Big Ten line, big and those you find in the Big Ten' found out the Jews were to wear .
tough, and hard to run against. and they'll be hard to move the yellow star of David, pro-
Crutchfield calls Northweet- against. You can't make mistakes tested, and said that he and his 4
ern's All-America guard cajndl-} against a team like that." family would also wear the
etar. This edict was revoked.

I The churches did their part,
THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA I too, stating that they would obey All new QolnlelA Tote
the laws of God, and not man's Board

PAGE 14 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1961 laws.It GENERAL Strict Post Time will be

is apparent the Danes recognized I Observed
their Christian duties, and Individual Seats
performed them without thought ADMISSION I
Rattlers Blank of self. They had learned
I Jesus' lessons well.

I I think we should import some 50
Danes to show us Americans ids y
how to ,fee true Christians and to
Southern 460Tallahassee live the democratic: ideals writ
ten into our constitution and
,bill of rights. Bigotry and pre
Florida A and I
M's Rattlers took hold of first

place In Negro collegiate foot* ...i {. .t, ,.Z.. .. t io s a
ball competition by wallopinglast 401' rr ;S? ? ..,y' ,y. :$+::a, .$ o;: wM.%; rRyf4 R.Q. .F
year'jk national champions, : : :..p 2 3'..
Southern University of Baton < :Li,, bde'.a d.x.8.cey:; i'',+.Y','. .
Rouge, 46-0 Saturday. Y.
9f,
Defensively, FAMU was Justas W : eb,
effective as the A and M line
held the Jaguar Cats to 82 yds.
''
the' ground. Southern's deepest 'v 4 :xty ICS '-+
on Ct .. 'i
.f r. :
the 32 yard +
penetration'was 4
line late in the fourth period.Saturday' z rD

.
'
,4 victory was the t. ;
Rattler's most Impressive of the
season, It was Southern which
broke a 16-game winning streak
for the ,Rattlers last year with
a 14.6 victory and earned the
Jaguar Cats the national crown.
a j.'S
y.
The Rattlers scored seven b?. ,
TD's rolling up their second biggest
victory over Coach A. W.
Mumford's team in 17 meetings. '
'
Only a 61.0 win in 1955 sur s .
passed Saturday's performance. ;4.4\ .

Former Northwestern High Michael ,Claiborne loves Carnation.

star, ,Jim Tullia, once again displayed -. Mixed with an/equal amount of water, it's
his great broken field running
talent with 67-yard punt : still as rich as state standards for whole milk.
return and 61-yard fake pass
jaunt. TuHls, who scored on th'e a g''r 4
punt return, did the same thing + s. I I RECIPE rv.
last week against Allen when he -------,
returned a kick 54 yards., I
Another Miami, Emory Collier, I
accounted for two FAMU 'scores Carnation I

Jimmy Miller, and a one-yard
plunge. DOUBLE-QUICK I

BANANA PUDDING I
BETHUNE WINSHOMECOMING ,
,, I feces 4 to 9 trrvinit) I

s 24 to 28 vanilla wafers

1 package vanilla pudding
I I
BY 61.6 SCORE : : and pie filling mix

1 undiluted'
Daytona Beach The Bethune I cup

Cookman College Wildcats cele. Mrs. Prince Claiborne (right) is a lecturer, clubwoman,hostess, homemaker and CARNATION EVAPORATED MILK
brated their homecoming by Col defeating mother.. She is shown demonstrating the whipping qualities of Carnation to 1 cup water
Lane
of
the Dragons House in St.Louis. 1 to 2 sliced bananas
lege by a score of 61-6 before Vivian Sutton,Director of Young Wpmen's Activities at Carver

more than 5,000 fans who saw
the game start in daylight and line a 1-quart casserole with vanilla
Missouri
) Louis
end under the lights.In Vivacious Jean Claiborne, St. wafers. Mix the pudding mix, Carna

the first quarter King Da tion and water In a saucepan, Cook
vis recovered Lane's fumble on The career girl who makes life easier according Jo package directions.Pour I
the'21 yard line and three plays
'took) a pass from Bobby Frazier I half of pudding mixture into lined I
for 8 yards 'and the first touch for 50 thousand homemakersJean I casserole. Top with banana slices.
down.. Place remaining wafers on top of

,Frazier passed to Wilbert Claiborne has been a Market tor recommended Carnation for his I pudding. Cover with remaining pudding I
Jones for 25 yards and the TD mixture. Chill before serving.I
the second time Bethune had the Consultant for the Carnation Com formula,of course." I
i iL bait I
I
On the kickoff after touchdown pany for the past ten years. : Mrs. Claiborne conducts dozens of
Daniel Evans covered the ball in '\ demonstrations I I .
cooking every year.
I the end zone for the touchdown.At She conducts cooking classes, talks I

I BOG the led end 199.of the first quarter at PTA and club meetings, appears "I love to show the smoothness of I eEV

\ With two minutes gone In the on television, and shows young moth. puddings made with Carnation sheers I
Edwards
second threw a quarter 14 yard Stanley pass to Theron how to prepare infant formulas says. (See recipe at right.) L J
Carmlchael good for a TD. I
Stanley Edwards passed to I with Carnation Evaporated Milk. Carnation is,the,milk that looks,

King Davis for 19 yards and the
with and even whips like golden
_
half ended BCC 320. "I had plenty of extra practice pours

1" Bethune will end its season on 3 old Michael. His doc country cream-at ft the cost! APORATED
my own ,
:Thanksgiving Day when the S ydar ?
Wildcats, ranked 3rd in the .
flIAC meet Allen U., ranked 4th Carnation the red and white can is ivorld'afavorite'brand' ::
Orlando ,
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I NEW BAPTIST treasurer, Dr. Louis A. Rawls
(pastor of Tabernacle Baptist
$ Church, Chicago) ; Attorney
c&D4 CONVENTIONORGANIZED William W. Parker, (Antioch
meta Baptist Church, Waterloo Iowa.)

Other officers to complete the
roster will be elected at the next
The National Baptist Meeting meeting which Is scheduled to be

convening at ZIon Baptist held in Chicago in the month of
Church ended on Wednesdayon January at the Tabernacle Baptist
NEW BETHEL BAPTIST THE INCARNATION a triumphant note stated the; Church The new Conventionwad
ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. volunteer chairman, Rev. L. V. named: The Progressive
1571 NW 68th Terrace 1835 NW 64th St. O. W. Foster Booth who Is also! pastor of; Baptist Convention of America.
Rev. Ernest Williams pastor Father Elisha Clarke, Jr., vicar Rachel B. pastor Zion Baptist Church located at One of the first major moves of
Fred Wllillams reporter Pratt reporter 630 Glenwood Ave., Cincinnati,
Deacon the new convention was the
. lOiOO Winter Schedule Sunday School . . 9:30 Ohio. enrolled from 14
Sunday School Sunday Delegate ; move to endorse and support the
Morning worship .i 11JOO; Low mass :. . . .1:30 Morning Worship . 11:00 states on their first day of the newly organized Foreign Mis.
DTU . . . . 6:30
BTU . .o..6(;:30 Church School, Bible Class 9:30 Evening! Worship . . meeting and additional me&8en.gers sion Bureau, USA, Dr. C. C.
Evening worship . t, 7iOO t Solemn Sung Maes 10:46 7:00 arrived before the close of,I Adams, corresponding secretary.
Jr. EYC . . . 6 p.m. The Junior Matrons Society the two-day session.In .
This Sunday the niuaic will be fir. EYC ..... . i . e p.m. extends a cordial invitation to the first day session the
rendered choirs. by the No. 1 And No. Solemn Evensong . fooTUESDAY attend a Fruit Harvest on Sun. very crucial and dynamic decision .:, SEE THE SOUTH'SLEADING
2 day, Nov. 26 at 3:30: o'clock. was reached to organize,
Our pastor has returned from St. Vincent Acolyte Rehearsal The program committee .is plan. a new Convention to the pleasant, COLORED
has a recently set r up.e We 6 p.ia. ping an interesting program for surprise of all who attended. PSYCHIC READER
his vacation and reports a very WEDNESDAYLOW your enjoyment. The discussion to organize,
enjoyable, stay. He delivered a Mass . . . (:30 was presided over by Dr J. Ray. -CONSULT HER-

most inspiring message' and it THURSDAY GRACE PRESBYTERIAN mond Henderson of Los Angeles.) t
wa enjoyed by all St. Bernard's Choir Rehearsal The body voted to enter Into,, 9r 1. A
4:45 p.m. 6896 N.W. 14th Ave. permanent organization and se,,
Rev. Rolle Is still ill aid ask. FRIDAY Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor lected the following persons to
ing for your prayers. The pub St. Cecelia's Choir Rehearsal Sunday School . . 9:10 serve as I its first officers:
lic is invited; to attend all of our 8 p.m. Morning service . . 11:00 President, Dr. T. M Cham-,
services. Evening service . . 7:00 hers Sr., (president of the Con
,A special invitation was offer Wed. night study . 8:15: stitutional Baptist State Convention -
You are invited to the Silver- ed to Father Clarke to attend i Youth Fellowship Friday 7 p.m. of California and pastor
tone quarterly, singing Friday, the Centennial of the Anglican : of Zion 11111 Baptist Church, Los)
Nov. 24 at 8 p.m. and Sunday' at Church in Nassau In the Baba. This Sunday we are beginninga Angeles) ; vice president, Rev.
p.m. mas. On Thursday evening Fr. vigorous visitation program for L. V. Booth( pastor of ZionBaptist
and Mrs. Clarke flew Pan Amer. the week or two. Each memberof Church, Cincinnati) : Let her yean of experience guide
St. Matthew' Freewill lean Airways to attend the oil the church will be visited by secretary, Dr. J. Carl Mitchell and protect you throughout life
our visitation teams for the following I aa a lighthouse guide the ships In
maxing meetings and services of
(pastor of the 16th St. Baptist '
2014 N. W. 6th Court purposes: To considerour a storm For success In buslneerand
the Centennial. The Clarke. Church, Huntlngton, W Va.)
;:
Rev. J. B. Woodley. pastor present budget, and our pro I love.
,were accompanied by Father
Bro. Nathaniel Thomas, reporter posed budget for '62 to ask each
Theodore R. ; DON'T STAY IN THE RUT. GET
Sunday School . . 9:30 invited. Gibson who too, was member to subscribe, to the bud. OUT NOW. BY THE HELP OF
Morning worship . 11:16 get with a weekly pledge; to SEE THE WORLD'S GOD SHE CAr HELP YOU.
Evening worship! '. . 7:00 The Saints Ann-Margaret remind each member that it is GREAT SPIRITUAL
Chapter monthly meeting will be : general assembly membershiptax Office Hours:
We, the members of St. Mat.thew's held on Monday, Nov. 27 at 8:30: time; to review what our by AND PSYCHIC READER .0. a.m. 9 p.m
Freewill Baptist welcome ,p.m. at the home of Mrs. Gloria laws say about membership In BISHOP HUNTER Thura. 9 ..m. tt
our pastor and his wife back good standing; and to gather
Green, 3070 NW 51st St. All 7 p.m.
from attending the 48th annual women of the Opa Locka, Floral other information to bring our If you arc sick or worried, don't DAILVSund.y
session of the United Freewill Park. and Brownsville areas are church roll up to date. The visitation fall to BOO me today. Office hours
Baptist Conference which was teams will. dedicate them
urged to be present.
dally 1 p.m. to 0 i.m. Thursday
:
held in Lakeland. selves in the Sunday morning
would'like The Episcopal Churchwomenare service, and we ask the cooperation 1 pan. to 0 p.m. Sunday 11 a.m. 10 a.m. S p.m,
Deacon Joe McNeil
A. sponsoring their Third Annual of all our members to help to' 8 p.tn. READING
to express the thanks of attending
Fellowship Hour on SundayNov. make this survey a success.
the No. 2 choir of St.Matthew's .
26 at the church, 4:30: p.m. READINGS 1 $1.00 UP
6th anniversary and Mrs. A. S DeCeasare, director of Thanks to all who helped in
especially to the New Mtr Moriak
the preparing and distributing of
the, Miami Deanery of the Episcopal
'1.00 23 Years
Baptist No. choir for its wonder Experience
our Thanksgiving baskets. Your
Churchwomen, will be the
ful services. speaker. A well planned program giving to this effort makes our -"p MADAMHUNTER

Sis. Dloulse Griffin was has been prepared for your en recognition of Thanksgiving a
crowned queen by the No. 2 choir joyment. Come out and enjoy high point in the year. 5417 SW 17 St. 4'

and her attendants are Sis., O. the Fellowship of the women of Members of the nominating WESTHOLLYWOOD
1657 N.W. 73rd ST.
M. Shotwell and Sis. Jeanetta The Incarnation. Once you come committee and the Board of
Jackson we will assure you will see you MIAMI, PLA.
asked be
Elders are to prepared
there! This invitation la extendedto for meeting after the Sunday FLA. PROF.IIUNTER Don't Write-Call In Person

:NEW MT. CALVARY the public.GREATER. morning service. 11 _.

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7103 N.W. 22n4 ATO. ST. MARK P.B.
"Rev. W. P. Tarpley, pastor
SIfl. Ernestine Hart, reporter 1466 N.W. 63rd St. .,

Sunday School . . ft:80 Sis. Sarah Williams, secretary
Morning Service . . 11:00 Rev F. L. Johnson, pastor
Evening worship! . 7:00: Sunday School . . 9:30:
Morning worship .11:00 COLLIER-MIAMI ESTATESNo
Our pastor has returned and Evening worship . . 7:00:
we were glad to have him BTU . . . . 6:00:
:back. Rev. F.
Sunday morning
:L. Evans brought us the mes Greater St. Mark always welcomes taxes Free deed 30"day money back guarantee

,sage. The No. 1 choir was in visitors. Come out and
Join the thousand; who have already bought in Fabulous Collier
charge.We worship with us, we provide
enjoyed having as many transportation to and from the County. 50 mile from, Miami.
as we did on last Friday nightto church especially: Sunday Schoolchildren
see the play, "How a For service call OX
Gambler Found Peace." 6.1631. $00 1floo No
Let us continue to pray for
the tick and shut-ins. O u r $ -
rayer avail much. ST. PAUL A. M. E. DOWN MONTH Interest

Rv. M. J. Fayson pastor
ST. LUKE BAPTIST Mrs. Lee Cray, reporter

Rev. P. W. Williams Sunday School . . 9:30
pastor
Mrs. Morning worship . 11:00:
Sunday Burnesta School .Green. .,. .reporter. 9:30 Evening worship . . 7:30 CACHES of Sunny Fla.

Morning Worship .. . 11:00 ST. PAUL WOMEN RAISE
BTU . . . . .1:30 $0,800 ON'' WOMAN'S DAY
Evening Worship . .7:110
Evening Service . . 7:30 The second Sunday in Novem
,ber marked the doting of our
The Deaconess Board of St. FULL PRICE
With
Woman's
17th annual Day.
Luke is sponsoring a Fashion the women raising 19,896. Our $245
ette Tea Sunday, Nov. 26 at 4 hats off to the chairman, Mrs. C.
and o'clock Mrs.at the home of Deacon Carnegay, who did such a magnificent I All Corner Tracts
Sonny McCloud, 3057 job together with the
NW 66th St. Donation $1.00.
of St. Paul.
working women
Mrs. Annie L. Armstrong president Discount on Larger Tract

; Mrs. P. W. Williams, paz Those ladles raising 1100 and

tor.All over were: fO. .. _
children and teenager of
St. Luke are asked to come out Clarice Carnegay $686.40
to Christmas practice each Monday Maydell Braynon 331.00 Visit or call for free map and brochure
and Friday at 4:30 p.m. Jessie Smith 276,65
Mrs. Collins Is in charge.BAHA'I Ann Shennett 275.00
B. Fayon 254.60
Ernestine Robinson 241.00 NEWS REALTY
FAITH Mildred Gay 203.60

Allan Perlman of 210 Palm Mary Dancy (1164.00
Island, Miami Beach, will be the II. Ferguson 163.00
guest speaker at the Baha'i Ce.- Maggie Days 160.00 4600 N.W. 7th AVENUEPL
ter, 137 NW 11th ave., 8 p.m. Leola Titus 131.00
Sunday, Nov. 26. In commemoration Lucille Tlmmons 156.00 \.
of the Day of the Covenant Cara B., Hilton 130.00 PL 4-0655 4-5101
based on Baha'i acceptance of Mary Branhan 117.00
Baha'u'llah's declaration as the Eva Coffee 110.00M. Open 0 a.m. to 6 p.m.'Ii .
revealer of God'a Covenant for Lowry 100.00
'this day. Mr. Perlman will speakoa Mrs. Sabrina Cook os rery 111
"The Lord of the New Era." In Jackson Hospital and Mr. Lee
;Thf public Is cordially Invited. Is still l In the Veterans Hospital I ...1.. .






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approach this' presentationfwitb
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have received from, you in prev
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appreciated Your cooperation by our sorority is greatly and, 'f;; ? ; ;

the students receive, scholarships, pt, : ;
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1 t, .,. 'Convictions Churches, of Opa Tested,Locka cooperated "- AT ,KNIGHT BEAT .

with the North Dade ob. -. , .. :
seryances of. American Education "
r I I 'Week with display of American Tonite, Tomorrow and Sunday pastor'A:
; ,I Education Week literature,

I visitations recognition by of students Sunday, sermont School, I i: ::, NOVEMBER 24-25-26 : I ;,
geared to themq and afternoon ;
,discussions in church youth
meetings. ? ::8igMCiybellei. j
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< Principal Charles D. Wybhe, r jj t
commenced the activities with a j
a short talk the .
on meaning of '
American Education. Rev L. Sensational. ,Vocalist and Show Stopper ; 1 :
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Wooden moderated a panel discussion :
on "What are the Essentials : :.. There's only one Big i MaybelleADMISSIONS i
f A in a School Curriculum?" ; '
I 7 f with participating ,students from Friday 'and' Sunday
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the various '
'departments at the :- :
r f J school. Saturday i
T r _.PTA president! Anthony L. ". .' .- ..., '
Simons, Mrs, Ozle Mathls, Span* ,'" i :
ish instructor, Student Council ." _NOTICE \ : : : ;
Ushers Union
President John Pryor, attorney : ,
James, Mathews, and Mrs. B. Will the undernamed persons l. 'r'
I
Dorsett gave messages at the or their 'next of kin please write PrOgram'Sunday
end of each hour, Tuesday, Nov to Unity Life' Insurance Co., : /
7, concerning working together Ltd., Box 98, 'Nassau, Bahamas, The Ushers Union
'I,,'j Parents were invited to view the In reference, to, building' lots: In'' will hold Its regular'
J 't't special progress report display, EngeJerston:i day program, at
,. :I i In the lobby' of the building. Spurgeon Strachan ,Alexander tist Church, NW 6th Ave.
J v Librarian, Mrs. Alzeta Wilson, Evans, Mary Evans John Glass, 14th ,St.The .
M 1 I Compiled a display in library : San "Brost, ,Ernest. D&leveaux. (
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program will be'
t' which illustrated the new developments 'D. A. DorseTPrnest Thompson : !
r. 1t in curriculum, instruc-1 I I;: Turner Miller Prank P. Minns, Friendship Seniors and. ;
r I I tlon, and other areas at North 'Alexander Poitler, Rosle Bercowltz -' Bethel} Senior ali The t I j
: ,, asking that ushers be :
) i,;' Dade. Hepburn.Loretta\ ,Gibson and C. H. church at 3 'p.m'. All jo
t \\tl D16 asked, toc be at 'Bethel
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Brand'New aver, and 8th st., Dec: 7 at
Homes Save
Money! to render service at the
which will be on ,that
Deal Directly With The Owner Big Discount!Il' will l' it at the fourth Sunday
Owner at 1430 N.W. 59th Street
David Hudson,

\\, Open Sunday 5 p.m. Dorothy Major,

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I .E: ? f Cash paid for ,your vacant,I land !115R I MIAMI it a.n
I 7 tt to THE NEGRO CITIZENS S OF : We urge
, ; ; I .' CALL BARON JE 8.1340.JE 2-4343 .. \ [II
,I I q" ;u S to exercise your right to 'VOTE I* next JTuesday,1! d ;'
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j "' B B M m B n i iHniBnii BBIB HIBII BBI !: Vote for a MAN who has demonstrated by his.actions. ,

Ii FordRealEstateSpecialsSee I ,u; that he is a true friend of the Negro.' While serving on,

I ;! the Miami Civil Service Board, he did more for the U2I

"I I ,1 I These exclusive homes today. Then come by our I S :, lt
c'; office and we will help you with the financing. Only Negro workers: than anyone before or, since! lc

,r one mortgage payment if ytm qualify. f4 I I
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1 f r:. 'J3.'; 1058 NW 47th Terr.-$400 down 76.13 Mo. .. .

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