The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: December 2, 1961
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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System ID: UF00028321:00294

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39TH YEAR. No.. 14 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY DECEMBER 2,1961'.!. 't t 16.PAGES; ..., Price: 10.
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Youth Confesses Part InTiny' Judge Delaney 5 Children Burn to Death I IFive

' Speaks Thurs. children in Bridgeport, (

Dunaway's KillingA Conn., were burned to death TURNED' AWAY
Monday night while Bleeping !In .

the living room of their home.
25-year-old Miami man has i I I 'Henry has been charged with FROM WHITE
confessed to. Police that he was first degree murder In the case, The blaze mutt have been
one of the two men who Invadedan and a combined coroner's inquest caused by an oil burner In the CHURCHESIn
apartment house at 1661 NW ''and preliminary hearing: Into the
fire officials ald. There
6th pace Oct. 28 and killed Incident baa been set for Wed room Augusta fa., Negroes tried
).Ira.. Beatrice Dunaway while nesday, Dec. 20 at 1 p.m. In were three girls and two boys, for the second time in two
robbing the place of $215 in Justice of Peace Ralph B. Fer none more than seven years old. months, to worship in white
cash. Mrs. Dunaway was shot in guson's Co art..
Carton: Muse, the father said, churches, but were not successful -
the head and died Instantly. .
At the time of the incidentMrs. "I was sleeping In the back .
On Sunday the Rev. Roosevelt
According to the Homicide Bureau Dunaway, who was popularly iaE room with my wife, when I 'woke Green, 21, a Baptist minis
of the Miami Police Department known as "Tiny" was visitingthe -l up and saw the living room blaring. ter, and Paul Thompklns, 22,
Aubrey W. Henry Jr., of apartment of bin Katherine turned from the
were away
N'\' 5th court arrested took Mrs.Dunaway's V' r:1
1322 was WKson. The gunmen
"I wanted to get into the roomto First Baptist Church: by an ush
Nov. 14 In connection with the pocketbook, the mon
They went just across the
robbery and murder. Police aaldIHnry ey from Mrs. Wilson and another save my children, but the er.
street to St. John'H Methodist
heavy flames I could not get
later confessed to being a visitor Qua Hogan, accord-
Church and lead the same
party ,to the crime. Henry alBa ing to police Mrs. Dunaway was t through. experience.

named his accomplice but policeare shot while scuffling! to keep one Muse ran from the apartmentwith Both men are students at
withholding his name pend of the holdup men from taking hie wife. Leaving her with Paine College They stood quiet..
ing his arrest.Lt. her puree yak d friends, he went 'back to the ly outside a few .minutes and

scene of the fire and looked on were asked to leave by the
helplessly as firemen 'wearing chairman of the church board.
oxygen masks brought out the Some worshippers at St. John'*

a _m_________ bodies of the children. made unfriendly remark.

Mass Meeting to

{ aJ t'; 1ijL Honor Fr. GibsonOne Police Arrest 5 Gunmen I

of the most Important pub.ic I Five gangster admitted he and three! others stuck up
\ meetings of the year will beheld shooting up two ,bars in South U, 8, 1 Lounge, fired one ahot
at Greater Bethel AMID Dade and exchanging shots witha and got away with $3,
Church Thursday night, Dec.
on woman grocery store owner,
7 at 8 p.m. The lIon Hubert T. and other burglaries and stick.* Wortheh, Durham and a juvenile
Delany of New York City will be ups. toQk ".369 at the Princeton -
the principal speaker. Other out- Market Friday 7:30: p.m.
,tanding program features are Arrested, early this week by whU/ the owner and his wife
planned.for this occasion which Metro'' Detectives are Tbo'malLee. were n1"th"e store. As the 'bandits

is honoliqg,1rather Theodore It., Worthen, '32 "!"hlf brother; ,rail, the "woman:,pulled a .pwt land
Gibson' militant Episcopal min in law, Ulysses 'Durham//Xii T. bothof fired twice 'at. them. 'One"of'
later This is an opportunity to 21923 SW 116th Ave.}*'and them'fired'two' 'shots rat her. All
show respect and gratitude for three juveniles. the shots missed She followed
one of the foremost freedom them out of the store and fired
fighters in the South a man Detective David Helnun said four shots, at the car.
without fear in his courageous that Worthen confessed that the
BOOSTING NAACP RALLY speaker and a special tribute Is stand for equal civil rights and gang shot up the Latin American The gang also confessed hold
This group of civic minded planned for Fr. Theodore Gibson desegregation Don't mlu this Club at Franjo and Old Cutler ing up the Fourth Street Bar in

young people are members of the for his militant and unself- important occasion The public early Nov. 12, but fled with Homestead and taking 43,000,
NAACP Youth Council and are ,ah leadership. '
Is invited nothing. About 45 minutes later Helman said,
bu'jy distributing handbills and Shown in the photo are:, seat
boosting the NAACP Mass meeting ed; Jennie Parks, Iretba Rich

at Bethel AME Church and foils Mae Clark Standing, WWAN,+pux.Rr
Thursday night. Theodore Gibson Jr., NathaloeRahmlngs
Judge Hubert Delany of New Yvonne White and
York will be the principal: Delmer Stirrup.
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TWO white men, Winslow Ellis A W
Flowers, 20, of 2044 NW let ,
t ave., Oliver Bruce, 19, of 1925
SW 4th st, and two Negroes, Wi Y ly 1,
George Franklin Henley, 23 and xl i -v
i his 21-year-old brother, John
both of 6791 NW 22nd ave., were
t r dl' caught red.handed a* they broke i

( Into the warehouse of the ___1Ii, ..p + __ ,; -
7 Southern!"* ,Wine-And Spirit Co,
1195 NW 7Ut St.= ear.y Wednts-" 1
day morning ,
The 'men presumably were
gathering whiskey for the boll t,
day. As they were prying off H rWl.rertL a,
ventilator cover on the roof of

r the warehouse",a silent burglar ,
rt alarm rounded lit the office of
,t the American District Protection
Service at 629 W. Flagler.' .. ---

Bobby Wllks assistant The four men were found on I Wives of the King of Clubs fine group of ladies at their I Bibb, E. Crowder, financial

Cadet Procurement Officer, the roof by Metro Patrolmen Inc., Miami's top civic organization : i sides. Added attraction were secretary; W. C. Cogdell, record-
Clarence Duff and Robert Spen
Coat Ouard Headquarters cer. Flowers had a pistol and were welcomed with the the Installation of Daniel R. Ing secretary; Dr. H H Green,

Washington. D.O., visited with George Henley a rifle, but they red carpet act on last Wednesday Francis as president for his lee. D. A. Julius treasurer; O

Miami civic leaders and high offered no resistance. evening when they arrived M ond year by Judge L. E. Thorn James, F, W. Reynolds, D,
::school officials during the 'week Invited guests at the home of a past president, who also In Smith, chaplain, seated: L. L
member Dennis Smith on NW stalled the other officers and Richardson J. Everett D. R.
.. in (order to acquaint then with All Star Benefit 67th St. The members had set the presentation of a gift{ to Franc! Dr Murrell, Dr. Davis,
the educational opportunities of aside this Pre-Thanksglvlng semi Hubert Gill 'who hg} .retiring from E. W. F. Stirrup and H. Gill
fered by the U. 8. Coast Guard Game ThursdayThe monthly meeting for the purposeof employment. chaplain GUI Is also shown In
Academy, New London Conn. entertaining their wives and Inset receiving his gift from VPJames
second annual North and Shown above at top of stain
to the Coast
Appointments according to their guests they at Judge Thomas looks
South All Star Benefit Football are the wives: Mcsdames Ernest
made solely: on the
Academy are of It. The wives
did a fine job on. The club U now consideringthe
of nationwide competitive Game will; be played Thursday Crowder, Daniel R. Francis, E.
basis were so Inspired by the act that resumption of the annual
night. Dec 7 at Dorsey Park. W. F. Stirrup, James Bell; L.
mJnatonl. There are no concrtsMonal -
ex they took time out during the Forum Series.
or K'ographteal c.uola The top senior players from evening to reorganize that K of Richardson.. M. C. Cogdell,
\ The examination will be given the area's: five high schools will C Auxiliary: and elect Mrs. Otis Janae Everett" L. EL Thomas, Members not shown are Atty.
.locally In February and Infor- battle !it out for the championship James M its president. W. If Uurrell, L. L. Bibb; H. Arrington R Denard, A.
.jnitlon and application forms with aVl proceeds going to (agvnil,. ) Hubert Gill. Otis Davis, J. C. Chandler, C. Rbetta.O. .
;may be obtained by writing to the ChrVMlah Hospital. Tickets i The expressions on the faces .Jan. vies president; I. P. J. Edwards and from Ft.
Coast Guard Cadet, Miami 12, art now on sale. Adults *" $1.00, of the K of C members Indicate Jtt.t and H. H. Green Lauderdale Dr. J. L. Bass, Dr.
Fla. and students 50 ceots. how pleasant it is to have this 'I...u men (standing) : L. L. V. D Miss!) and G. W. Benton,

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA To Model in I Moses Perry Jr. Eagle Scout

Hampton House Jr., achieved the Troop 77 (St. Agnes p. B.
#I######## .#######IIIIIIIIIIIII #II"III11111111" Moses Perry
Church) and Troop 379 and Cub
rank of Eagle Scout at an Investiture -
Pack (East Opa Locka.
Fashion Show
ALONG Service held at Mt. Zion
Baptist Church on last Sunday Receiving 2nd Class Scout rat
night. After 27 years. Troop 66 ing were Rickford Hope, Willis
_- By RUTH PERRY -- sponsored by the church, finally Jenkins and Henry Martin of
reached a goal set many years Troop 56 and Emory West
11IIIIIIII"IIIIIIIIIIIII11111,1," (J ago. In addition to some 300 Troop 76.Three .

Greater Bethel :AME Church questioning by the committee.At Interested persons, 125 uniformed merit awards wore pre.
will open its doors on Thursday, the second hearing, on July r'wyy Scouts Including members of seated to Scouts Johnnie Wll
,yj Troop 20 Girl Scouts, attendedthe (Hams and Lennie Lawrence,,
Dec 7 at 8 p.m for a mass 27, 1960, he again refused to and witnessed the

meeting with the Honorable Hu produce the records. On August y C Impressive program ceremony. 'Troop 7 7 made a tesdntAtldd

bert T. Delany of New York Cityas 30, 1960, a state circuit adjudged to Eagle Scbut Berry,
the main speaker. Samuel Stewart Sr., chairman'
Father Gibson in contempt of of Mt. Zion Scouting Cdmmlttee Volubteehi.V6ridilg with the
MASS MEETING LEO. 7 the legislative committee and presided over the proglfam; Mt. ttlon Units art Scout aster
sentenced him to six months imprisonment Alexander Brooks divisional Herbert Williams, assisted l bSylvester
An excellent program has been and a fine of South Florida Council Thompson, Leroy
of this
and the proceeds
planned, $1 200.LEGISJJATIV. Smith and T. S. Greer Jr. John
and Institutional representative \ ;
toward the defense
wit -
go A1, J } Dillard 1 Explorer Post
of Father Theodore R. }) COMMITTEE"The l $ from Mt. Zion made the advisor
certificate and and Mesdames Ruth Bailey, Sally
Gibson. Judge Delany, a forceful legislative committee s i 'presentations of
Collins and Ella: McKinney.
1 Merit Awards.
hats had long recordof
speaker, a was established in 1956 for the
community and public service ostensible. .purpose of investigating Professional workers present Mrs. McQueen is Girl Scout
and is at present chairman of alleged communist influ Inoluded Ralph Mozo, Scout Leader for Troop 20.
branches on the national execu ence In organizations operatingin Executive; Robert Gordon, director
tive board of the NAACP. The the race relations and civil of field service, and Willie At present, there is a total of
is invited to attend. 1426 boys in 53 Scout Units
public rights fields with a view to ferreting 1 H. Fuller, divisional executive in
out organizations and In" the South Florida Council. Volunteers
FATHER GIBSONI George Crawford, Council Commissioner
who have received the
dividual "advocating violenceor performed the cere-
think it very appropriate thatan a course of conduct which mony.In Silver Beaver Award, the highest
article appeared In the cur- would constitute a violation" of award made to a volunteer,

rent issue of The Crisis, in the the laws of Florida. I .. .,. addition to Troop 66's Cub include Arthur Mays, Kel.ey L.
section entitled: Along the Pack, Scout Troop and Explor
NAACP Battlefront, and its "In accord with NAACP poli- "Miss Fashtonetta", Miss Viv- er's Post, members were present Pharr, Alexander Brooks Sgt
theme is Father Gibson. For the cy, Father Gibson refused to ian White and several other girls from Troop 74 Mays School1)) ; Leroy Smith and Charles L. WU--
background of Father Gibson's identify association members and Troop 76 (Greater Bethel AME) Hams.
will model the designs of Mrs.
contributory, the ground that
cane and relevant information, I
Mary Williams, a student in
such disclosure would
to the article in expose
am going quote .1
fashion designing at Dade County
It esntirety. th'm to economic reprisals and I
Junior College and will present
other forms of persecution and fsg
her first show at the Hamp-
"Reversal of a contempt conviction discrimination. Representing the "
of Rev. Theodore R. Gibson militant clergyman: are RobertL. ton House Cocktail Lounge Sat + ;

president of the Miami Carter, NAACP general counsel urday, Dec. 2 at 7 p.m.
NAACP branch, is asked In a and his assistant, Mrs. '+;4'M +
bripf filed on Sept. 28 with the Maria L. Marcus, ,both of New e D y1tr
United, ''States Supreme Court. York City; O. E.: Graves, Jr. of eludes, rather than leading to leg
Father Gibson, an Episcopal Miami; and Frank D. Reeves of islation, would merely mean
priest, was held In contempt by Washington."The that the NAACP would become
the Florida; Legislative Investi- completely non-existent in Flor
gation Committee because he re brief the NAACP lawyers" ida. The result of comparing lists
submitted to the Supreme Courton
fused to ;produce the NAACP of members with other lists of
membership lid or to Identify as1tJembrB behalf of Father Gibson asserts persons not even proved to be 1
of the association that the record fully documents
namesof subversive, would merely lead to >
pe eons read to him at the contention that the I
committee the discrediting of the organization KC
public identification of membership
hearings in Tallahassee I
without showing
any a
J. )
In the NAACP in Florida r
Nov 4 and 5 .
1959. nexus between the Communist : oj'
results in reprisals of various
party and the NAACP. This would: .""'-" h.
"A state trial, court held on proportions. It cites instances of "
July 19, 1960, that there was no bomb threats, shootings, dismis be an Impermissible result. h

valid reason why he should not sals from jobs, telephone harass- Because of Father Gibson's '
,be required to produce the ment, and threats of intimida courageous stand Bethel AME -, t '

NAACP records at a committee tion. Church should be filled to over I Pictured e t--to right: CounMoses Perry, Alexander Brooks,
hearing and ordered him to ap "The result of revelation ,of flowing on Thursday night, Deco I ell Commissioner George Craw and Moses Perry Jr.

pear again with the records for membership, the petition soh. 7. I ford, Mrs. Moses Perry, Sr., I


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Omegas Name Smith "Citizen of the Year" SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1961 PAGE 3

affair. basileus during' the, past year. He
OMEGAS OBSERVE Is presently serving another
Sgt. Leroy Smith has proven term as baslleufl. Arrested In
5 Students
I himself an outstanding citizen
ACHIEVEMENT having dedicated much of his Many of the brothers present
time improving the character of were not Included In the chap
WEEKSigma the youth of .our community. lie ter' picture, however, the turnout
Is well known for his work with exemplified the increasing Ga. Bus Station
Alpha Chapter, Omega Boy Scout Troop 77 and the Miami interest in fraternal activities Albany .
Police Department. among Omega men. The next ,
Psi Phi fraternity, 'observed its ..
meeting will Abe at the home of ALBANY, GA. -:- Five student --- -
annual Achievement Week thrua Dr. Braynon was the choice of Bro. Emanuel Hutcheson on Dec.
his brothers as the Omega Man C. were arrested here today as they
series of activities and the 2 Brothers, Elston Davis, NAACP Charges
recognition of the achievementsof of the Year because of his out- Baker, C. McLeod, E. Hutcheson attempted' to use the interstate
standing leadership and the progress and T. S. Greer served as the facilities In the Trailways DUd
an outstanding citizen of this made while Achievement Week Committee. Terminal. The five Eddie Wilson City With Running
community. The observance be. serving as .. 19; Evelyn Toney, 20; Jul
pan with a visit to Zeta Chi ian Carswell 18; all of Albany Segregated CanteenThe
Chapter of Ft. Lauderdale In and Bertha Gober, 19, of Atlanta

their presentation of Bro. Benjamin '.''". iT ; and Blanton Hall, 24, of Rev. Theodore Gibson has
E. Mays who spoke to
very receptive audience on the :' i ; i. charges Athena. Ga.of ,disorderly were booked conduct on protested to City Manager Melvin -

theme, "New Dimensions of De If Reese that Negroes are denied
mocracy.." .: ,,., ,'.>.,c''.., tending to create: a disturbance. In canteen at the?
'J.;,,\\i/I." .". service a
.. ..... 0"1..,.'..''',.'.>...".'.. ,' '; Police Chief Prltchltt, preeent at Municipal Justice Building
This observance was continued : ;/:;;;:; the station for the arrests said
through the presentation of ...,.,'.,,,"', : ..f"t1' "We explained that their pres.ence Reese explained that the can-
assembly programs In the local ". '..... ........ .. tended to create a distur teen is not open to the public-
high schools, Bro. Elliott Scavella } bance and to disrupt the peace I white or colored but was a
at 'i Kv > f" and quiet of our city and we
spoke Northwestern Dro. ..i. *' facility operated only for police
Charles Gray at Booker T. ; ,,.,,. ,:. ... ;'jl,,.'Ir ,.to,'.' asked them because of these circumstances .officers and other city officials.
'" ." :; Washngton and Atty. T. J. Red ,. .; ,1
dick of Ft. Lauderdale spoke at '. :j. ::<..' He said it is operated ,by a private -

North Dade High. Students were '. .. When the students Insisted organization (the Police
also presented an opportunity to ,, that they were Interstate passengers Benevolent Association) on a
compete in the National Essay and that those who were lease arrangement.
contest the theme "New disturbed had no legal right to
on Dimensions
of Democracy." A win i:. ,. ..,",.' be there, they were arrested and Rev. Gibson und Atty. G. E.
; N taken to the city jail. Bonds Graves argued that the canteenhas
ner of the contest two
ago woo a student from a years local ., .. .. I were set at $100 each; three been serving white people,
white high school. .J' .\.1,, posted it and were released. Twoof whether city employee- or not,
.lX:', ;; ,' the students, however, 19 but has been denying service to
These activities culminatedwith (; vear od: Bertha Gober of Albany all Negroes
the presentation of plaquesto State College and Blanton Hall I -
Sgt. Leroy Smith as the chap. -- ilso enrolled at Albany, made a I
ter's selection of the Outstanding personal decision to remain In Miami Coeds Make
Brother Elston DavLa
Citizen of the Year and Dr. present. Brother T. S. Qreer present jail rather than post bond
the "Citizen
ing of the Year"award
Edward Braynon as the Omega ing the "Omega Man of the FAMU Honor
Man of the Year. Some 40 or to Miami Police' Sgt L. A. Year" award to Dr. E. Braynon, Miss! Gober in making decisionto
more Omega men attended this Smith. basileus of the local chapter. stay in jail rather than post
bond, said, "I hope my stay In Society
jail dramatically presents to the
community of Albany and the TaUahastee Eight FloridaA
nation, the evil and inconveniece and M University co-eds were
;: of segregation We have a legal named charter members of The
ag,1syi ; F-* ;tIk .4A and moral right to use the facilities White and Gold Honor Society

at the bus station as inter during the .observance of the
01I state passengers, and those who fifth annual Women1 Week here
M L should be arrested are those who recently.
ai would violently attack us and
-U 1 ISJ1 g .'Mtr actually disturb the peace of the Tapped during tho brief ceremony -
city." after the charge by Trenl
wI dent George W. Gore Jr. were
-_ Lula M. Burke, Kissimmee;
Louise Curry, Tallahassee: Barbara *
Edward Waters p. Collier, Pompano Beach;
Synester Pitta, Hatnes City; Agnes -

Choir to Nassau H. Simmons, Miami, Virginia
Taylor, Key West, and Grade
Lewis, Miami.
Jacksonville: The famed Ed.

ward Waters College Choir, ra Dr. Dorothy Brown of Me-
dio, television 'and concert artists harry Medical College spoke
under the direction of H. Alvin during the convocation of "The
Greene, Is busy rehearsing for Dignity of Being a Negro In
the annual Bahamas tour, and these our Tlmra," She told her
filling last minute engagement audience to forget the past and
In the state. The group will fly look to the future.
to Nassau for appearances on
Dec. 16-17.
Support the Fight for
tIn In addition to the Bahamas
tour, they will appear for pro. Freedom
gram on Jacksonville' channel
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the photo from left to rightare Second row; Stirrup, Rogers, Ivy, Baker, Simmons, Martin, -

: Brothers Lacy, Hutcheson, Rankin, Horne, H. Braynon, Davis, Vogue, Sanders >

Ingraham, Lewis, Green, Wyche, Gray, White, Fox, Daniels, Mc- Brothers present but not on
photo: Haley: Nelson, G. Reeves, I IiL
E. Braynan, Young, Parker, Cleod, Dawkins." Clark, Bethel, E. Reeves and V, STAR MEAT MARKET
Bullard. Third row: Simon, Scavella, Robinson.

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Supreme CourtPostpones B-CC to Host
Beautiful Home on j
MethodistPresidents o
Hearingin Your LotComplete

York Argument In the Daytona Beach Bethune- 7fl4' axd& o
United States Supreme Court on Cookman College will be hOlllt to
the contempt conviction of Rev the first meeting' of the Method

I :I,'* Theodore R. Gibson of Miami, 1st College: Presidents and the \
"'"" Fla., has been postponed to Dec. Presidents of AMA CollegesDec. Fresh Meat-Low Prices
4, NAACP, General Counsel Rob 1.3 announced Dr. James PI.
ert L. Carter was Informed this S. Thomas, associate secretary,
week. The hearing had original Board of Education, The Methodist Service ,
ly been scheduled for Nov. 14. Church.

At Issue Is a six-month Jail This conference will have as PLANNING,
sentence and a fine of $1,200 Imposed its mission the Improving of
Father Gibson, BUILDING' '
upon president techniques for promotional ac
( of the Miami NAACP. tivities during Race Relations .FINANCINGYour. '
Father Gibson was convictedof Day: which is observed In Febru. Now Hem
contempt of a Florida legislative ary. Dr. William E. Clark, associate
investigating committee because secretary, Board of Education No Down
of his refusal to verify his In charge of Fund Hals.
answer to questions based on the Ing and public relations will be PaymentOver
NAACP membership list. one of the consultants along with
He was originally: convicted In Dr. John O. Oross, general creUry .
Year .f
August, 1960. Board of Education, Twenty *

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,back. *, *?." assignment abroad, the Volun We can help you. We cover hospitalization, life,:car,
teer will be in a, superior position -
TUESDAY'S ELECTIONIn to select his career. home. Special attention to: SR22. Small' down ,payment

;.; We,, finance. .; ,
the run-off,-election on Tuesday only 24,608 votes : NOTICE UNDER J:

were cast. This means that 14,437 of the 39,608 people FICTITIOUS NAME LAW

who went to the polls last week for the primary were not NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a -
interested in the runoff beween Mrs. Alice Wainwright the undersigned, desiring to en. PHOTOGRAPHSMake

and Oliff Horne and Dave Kennedy and William Owens. tttlous sage in name business of: under' the fie Excellent Christmas GiftsA

The results of the election show Mrs. Wainwrightthe SERVICE DRUG STORE PORTRAIT would be most personalFbr
winner. She polled 14.490 votes' to,Cliff Home's 8,012. 1240 NW 3rd Avenue the very finest, make appointment nowHICKS'
Dave Kennedy polled 13,611 to William Owens' 10,120. Intends to register Florida the said name !PHOTO STUDIO
A'tty' Wainwright made history in Miami, being the with the Clerk of the Circuit ,
Court of Dade County, Florida. We specialize in color work
first woman to be elected to the City Commission. '
SIDNEY T. COX, Owner 2440 NW 60th Street NE 33166How
We now have on that body: Mayor Robert King Nov. 11, 18, Ui'pee., 2, ,1961

High, Dave Kennedy, Alice Wainwright, Henry Balaban I

and Joseph Dumond. -l- ,

The new commission met on Thursday. and decidedto i ; : '
name new officials at the next meeting. : to givefinertastingSchen ": '

N. Y. CITY MANAGER CENSURED 'i: :.,- ley 3a 1 so: ..M..;
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The International City Managers Association at MI- :. ; ,
i. .
ami Beach this week in a unanimous vote censured Joseph
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Mitchell city of Newburgh, N.Y. for "unethical .
manager .'
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conduct and partisan political activity. ,. :"I.
Mitchell denied the charge of "partisan political ac- I ....',, :

tivity," saying that' he was merely going around the .' !:'">,,r 1'.
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country speaking in support of the Newburgh Welfare r

plan which he fathered. Ni'.. : Iitl

Mitchell's plan, would limit welfare aid to welfare :: : I I '..:.'',\,-

recipients and cut down the time they could be on relief. ",", .' ''-.jo'oW1 ,\ "tt ,; :-
It would stop payments to mothers who continue to have : Yn 'Nu t

illegitimate children. .. ,', ; cr ((1)) .' ,

Mitchell charged that the.' Association's executive '

committee and not the entire, organization, "rigged the ,". : :.
vote" because these fellers want to keep in good gracesof

the NAACP, the Urban League, the Washington Post, ." .. ,
the New York Times and Reporter Magazine. ,,1 N

Pretty good company, don't you really think so, Mr. ,/ .. 1
Mitchell? chrnlaq >
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FOOTBALL CHAMPION :. .J ;:;"... .j..'.', ..t t :
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Ernie Davis, 27year.old; 'halfback on Syracuse Uni .-,I. '.,..I. ,' : ; ::
versity's football team has ''been ,awarded the Heisman' J ;" ,', ; < ((3)) ', ''\: :.. 's' '.;
'Trophy and declared the colleges' best football player of : \ ""I
the year. He will receive the award on December 6. This .. : I

is the first time that' this award went to a Negro in its.27years' '4;? I ,, : .: '", : i :>: <>

history. r ,'/, :, \" ...., .'("" ", ".;ijI. ,, :).,;1.,';.;: .
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Coach Ben Schartzwaller in his comments said: t ', .'. \
"We knew that he was the best football player in : ( : f:, ''H j rlC;: ,

the United States. We are very happy that everyone else .1 ',

agrees It's with quite us.an" honor for Davis; and here goes congrat- rr ;: .: f{

ulations from the Miami Times.MISSISSIPPI'S. ,.. .,.,,, ,

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On Wednesday in McComb: Miss a mob of 40'meribeat 0 .. 1i'>
and kicked three men and two girls (Freedom Riders ifI.
) and threw them out into the streets when they attempted :-: \ \ .

to use a bus terminal waiting room that had ,

been previously desegregated. One of the riders Is reported S' 4L .'.'' '" k'1 .

counter.to have received at least 20 blows while he sat at a ::4 'I ::, f'

I There was no police interference. The police chief .. ,< :;
E r claims he sent no policemen when the mob was formed, ---- } : "i ,',
because he feared violating a federal Injunction against ;;, I

city officials enforcing ,the segregation In that ,city. A ((1)) In beautiful, beribboned g.ft-wrap.. fifths t
reasonable excuse, do you really think so., Chief Guy or quarfs-a.. no extra cost. :ft. .:.; ;- !
((2)) In new .
George? gif.pock two Schenley fifths to make '
you twice ,the
,hoUghtful '
I We are in accord with the stand the United States is ((3)) By the case-the. special I,smart way for giver.. }? i.
taking in trying to bring about order and peace throughthe your very special YLP. listf I-+

United Nations, and otherwise. Meanwhile happeningsof Anyway you give Schenley,you're giving finer-tasting i Ii

the kind in Mississippi provides propaganda that can 100 months to bj exact then blended whisky aged overS years, !

be used by our enemies against us. How do you think that Schsnl.y' ow, Co., N.Yc.,I''...,,,,, Whisky. 86 .with choice grain neutral p irits. ,. }i' .' : 'a
some of ''the people in South America, Africa and others : 6396 Groin Nevtroi I Spirit. "
feel about our country;; when they read news of'this type? ,;..:''-.,..




Elks,MeetC._ SATURDAY,DECEMBER 2, 1961 PAGE Ii I# ; ';:h:; t.J. 1-f :;' :; ; J.- :M

Dec. 7th: 3&f -. DADE.'." COUNTY SCHOOL'I .. .SECRETARIAL... ," ; ASS'N
: Presents its 2nd'AnnualPRE.CLASSIC
All members of 4berty4Lodte ALI ''S
1052 IDPOEW are. rftqueftted.to ": :,':"jr-V" 'V':'.. :, :
attend their meeting. Thursday
Dec. 7 at :which' time;tttull fl.; .t SCHOLARSHIP BENEFIT DANCE
nancial report of the :year Will' ,be ;312'my 6th Ave.,, Pompano.Beach .. .-, -:
read then a general el '
officers will be held. It 1sr"Impor'! PROUDLY Thursday?December 7, 1961 ..10 til 2 a.m. "
tant that you attend this meet THE I' ,\
Ing. We need men to fill rarlons THE FIESTA' :ROOM+, -- Mary Elizabeth:: HotelAdvance
offices We need you so' pleas* I Sunday Evening Blue Hour I _,1>(\ '.
attend this meeting. V $1.25. :At Door $1.50
Granville Clare, E! R. 1i ,
"Charles Hudson secretary i f BATTLE OF THE BANDS .' ill ::

Claude Rollet reporter I IA 2 GREAT BANDS ..-ea-2: -
Tie Ben Wallace All' Stars :.THE''I'' MIAMI CHAPTER OF


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It's From 6 o'clock p.m. until 1 a.m.

The Fit Admission $1.00 advance $1.25 at the Friday December 8 1961
That Make ,
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HOT PAPA TURNER In Character '
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COMING >:.v:., $ ;
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Featuring Those Fabulous FANU COLLEGIAN' S
Plus Another Band Plus a Sparkling Floor Show ,
7 Hours of Music and Entertainment

Admission $1.50 Reserve Tables at Mary Elizabeth Hotel

Advance Tickets sale at North's Travel Bureau And Mary Elizabeth Hotel :: : ,

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D. Taylor Realty Opens I

with the Landry Realty Taylor was awarded a plaque at Fine Arts Conservatory
Ora D. Taylor Realty welcomes I tate was
the Orange Blossom Clas- 1 I I Co., Hilton Landry broker. Af Pensacola In 1956 for meritorious I
. sic and invites the public to ter working successfully there, services as an educator. In
Open House Dec. 4 through 10 I Mra. Taylor opened her own office 1959 she was cited Committee by the Honors of Moves Into New HomeFriends

with...... dedication______H__ Dec. 10. 3:30 and began her upward Bethune and Awards Cookman College. MOIStrecenty
until 6 p.m. at ::t climb. she was given recogni-
the recently pur In 1959 she was appointed Miami of the Fine Arts Con- York will sing a group of numbers
Alma Mater
her ,
chased location sales manager of Armstrong University tion by of Ohio as one of the rvatory will ''be pleased to hear from "Three, Penny Opera"
4208 NW 7th Manor a subdivision in beautiful outstanding alumnae. For that after nine years as a nonprofit in which he appeared 'as "Mas,
ave. Mrs. Taylor ". J Richmond Heights to become these most she is most grateful to her music dance and art The Knife" several years ago at
Is the first ... the first Dade County race real who hedped to make her school open to all, the school will the "Command Performance."
Race real estate ... estate broker to be selected withan public at last have Its own home. This This school began In 1952 as
broker to openon : .... ..'\ exclusive contract to serve work week it moves officially to 615 the result of several people's desire -

7th ave. and .. !i.. in this position Some of the groups of her NW 60th street.Honoring to equalize the cultural opportunities
to be r .. first In in the community.
is happy leadership served as a
of Arm
: Mr. Sam Marks, owner
there. this event, the Con Those founders were Kelsey
located ; strong Manor and an assoiate of Miami and Dade County are:
She la the servatory will hold on the Pharr Mary Ford Williams, Tally
daughter of pioneer Green-Mar Builders has never re- First Girl Scout Troop of Mi grounds of the new building its Brown and Its director Ruth
grett'd his selection. He has ami and Dade County first Ne- first Carnival Open House from Greenfield.
the late Ker. sad! times that Mrs. Tay
Mlamlans many gro Red Cross worker to take 12 noon to six p.m., Sunday, De
and Mm. J. M. Trammell founders lor is not only un ace real estate Junior Red Cross into the public cember 3. The carnival features Outstanding children since that
and first pastor of Mt. Zion broker but a humanitarian for schools of Dade, first organ everything from hot dogs and time have studied at the Fine
Baptist Church, corner of Nw, all people. izer of a class for Red Cross Instructors the trimmings to, a white elephant Arts Conservatory, some on
9th st. and 3rd ave., the wife who of .Mrs. Taylor's educational first president of sale, gift bazaar, cake,shop scholarship. The school is non
the late Rev. N. E. Taylor training included Boylan Haven Friendship Garden and Civic and fortune teller. From 3:30: profit, therefore commercial
_ was pastoring Hearst Chapel to School, ,Jacksonville; Tuskegee Club. Less we forget our past until 5 in the auditorium mem and elects Its faculty from the
AME Church when he passed Institute, Alabama; Florida Nor- development In a city now bers of the faculty student body qualified artists teachers in the
the Great Beyond. mal, Bethune Cookman College counting Its first million, let us and, special gifts will present a community and particularlythose
She is a leading educator hav Hampton Institute, I Va., Miami be broadminded in our appreciation program. Featured on the con who are dedicated to
ing taught in public schools of University, Ohio and was recent to those who have borne theburdens cert are faculty members Rob- teaching and giving service. It
including ly admitted Into the Universityof ert Thomas, Albert Edelman
Florida for many years, in the heat of the day, has also been through the kind-
serving as instructor-dean of Miami for further study in that a brighter day may dawn Philip Aaron Ruth Greenfield
girls under administration of business administration.Her and Pamela Harris.' Also mem ness and foresight of private
for all.
Profs. J. A. Espy, Charles Austin whole life, however, Is ded I bers of the student woodwind citizens and in recent years the
and S. M. Mosley at Booker T. icated to upobldlng the name of I group: George Simpson, Malcolm Carver YMCA where it has beenin

Washington High School with God, race and country by sacrificing MIAMI TIMES ADS I Whitlow Tim and Charlene residence that the school. has
with Greenfield Wendell Graham
instructor Jerome
one year time
and finances to
been able to keep going. ri.o w
Prof. Charles L. William when spread the love and word of God DON'T COST THEY PAY Straughter, Daniel Meller-
she was called to service a* in eveery home and in every heart son and Gregory McCloud. the Fine Arts Conservatory of
principal of Dr. J. I, Bernard, I where contact is made. This is greater Miami will: have ,Us own
then superintendent of public In i her goal as an evangelist and a Special guest, Boris Prltcher building and the needed positlpn
struction of Palm Beach County Christian. popular actor locally: and In New of permanence\ In the community.
where she served successfully a* Fight TB
principal of two schools for 11 Airs. Taylor Is a member of
years. While there she became Greater Bethel Church, a member -----
the wife of Rev. ''Taylor.. S h of the National Association RUPTURED ? I
moved back to her beloved native of Real Estate Brokers, since
City, Miami selecting Rich 1955 first president and organ \ .....I 0fIM .
mond Heights as their new residence I izer of Dade County Real Estate NIl Aftar o.THtIH. AwnLOW
where she now resides Board, organizer and first president COST
with her two teenage sons, Irwin Trl-County Real Estate -
and Roy. Board, and a frlond of the friend. ) fq ll19G1 LONG'S CLINIC I nTV .:.na IT.
less and needy causes and people.
They returned to Dade to enter These for years have been her .
business and do further obsessions. (
work in the ministry. Both were i 1i
accomplished with the purchase Having been a member of the OR RADIO TROUBLE
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the Florida Real Estate Board where she served as president $1.50
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By B. II. McLINThis ------- - -


_. .T T THE .
is the last week of high
school football for most of the
Sam (The Mumbler) Sobel It COCA-COLA conferences in the state exceptfor
promoting fights at Norfolk and the game between Moton SPORTS WORLD OVER

Richmond Va. ,Lou Ylac.ual..one BROADCAST High and B. T. Washington of .
time Florida promoter .ls ,otng Dunne lon of the Mid Eight Con.
to do business with him. Lou ference. This game is to be By LEO B. ARMBRI8TCR
also promotes at Houston Texas., GAMEThe played in Brooksvllle. This game
Former fighter and now man. will have no bearing on the
ager Teddy Parsoff has returned Florida Council of Coca championship in that conference.It 00pppp CI o ...Lti4'!s 1L 4 4 4 4' .' r I.J'-:

from New York and has a good Cola Bottlers, the Miami Coca- appears that the Mickens High MIAMI REFLECTS CLASSIC player that takes Lsl In this
Negro prospect. Cola Bottling Co., and the Coca. team at Dade City has the best GAIETY rugged sport, so Justly
Cola Co. of Atlanta will participate be the first Negro to
record In the conference with the proud
Alkens Is again
Virgil once in several activities of the Brooksville eleven close behind.In Familiar signs of anticipationare gain the honor.KXCKL8IOR .
victim of bad hometown de
a 29th annual Orange Blossom being recognized all over Miami
cision. AU the local newspapershad Classic and Festival scheduledfor I the Big Nine South Conference now.a-days: it Is the mad LEAGUE
him the winner but he only December 8.9. The disclosure Carver High is the only un iustle.bustle of the local citizen PREPARES FOR BIO EVENTSThe
received a draw. He fought : ,was made by Charles J. defeated team In the conferenceand ry preparing In minute detail to
Redl who down fora Excelsior Bowling League
Stephan was Smith III, director of public relations they are through for the sea. :welcome another Orange Blossom
count of 8. The referee did not Is and ready for action
at Florida A and M University I geared
ton. They ended the season just Classic In all its pageant glory.
know about the mandatory count after brief Thanksgiving
which sponsors the spec I like they started it off with a
so he started to count all over tacular events. win. They won from Blanche Ely Classic talk, is on the tongueof holiday rece a. The standingsgot
again therefore Redl received a 34-0_ everyone and although not too I a real shuffling and the sec
count of 17 instead of 10 and The A &, M Rattlers, unbeatenand ,much could be said about the 'ond ten weeks of the season will
then got up. Another Dempseyand untied ,at the time of the an Jones of Orlando has the next FAMU Rattlers' opponents, Jack see some real tight: competition
Tunney long count. nouncement of Coke's partlcapa. best record in the Big Nine South eon Etate University of Jackson, I
The current standings are:
tion, will be host to Jackson with a" and 1 record. The ,Miss, there is no doubt that as
Ran Into an old time pug here 1, Wilson Rentals 19 11
State College of Mississippi. Northwestern Bulls played more always have been In preceding
the other day who was a good
games In the conference than years this will be another great W
club fighter years ago and one Negotiation for the tie.in and Fonda 17
participation other member team. Their record ,spectacle in the annuals of the 2, Hagan Jh 12V4
of the toughest nuts to crack. were handled throughthe ,3. News Realty 17' 13
on the win side Is right nextto ,clastic.
He was none other than John Miss ,H. Kendrix .Organization 4. 12th Frame 16 14
Carver but
they have lost 2
(Kid) Cinimo. John Is doing real of Washington, D. C..a naitionally I| and had one tie game in the con.I Die-in.the-wool football. fans, 6, Hot Shoppers 15% 14ft
good nowadays. Bob Foster, a known figure in public ,who like to see a team give all 6. EAL 15 16
lerence. The first division
prospective heavyweight .managed relations, heads the company. I'I teams of the conference of its got, will enjoy seeing the 17. Independents 15 16
by Bill Edwards is underfeated 'Rattlers unleash that barrage of 8. American Furn. 13 17
in 60 amateur bouts and The this writing are Carver, Jones,
Florida 'Council of Coca. power that carried them winging 9. Olympics 12 18
seven professional bouts. He will Cola; Bottlers will be one of the Northwestern, Attucks Middle- through the entire '61 season 10. St. Glairs Cafe 10 20
be seen here in the near future .' sponsors .of .a 10.city ,radio network ton, Maya and North Dade undefeated while scoring an average

that ,will ,carry the broadcast In the Southeast Conference of a point a, minute per All bowlers who have plana to
returned from
Eye of the game. The Coca-Cola Lincoln High of Riviera and Gifford game against the opposition enter the City Tournament in
all the states and Canada.
over Co. of Atlanta will entertain the January will l do well to Improve
The Eye does not need any in High are one-two in the This fabulous high scoring their in the tonalnlng
press, radio and TV corps witha conference. Carver High of Del. averages
troduction to the fight fans. buffet dinner in the press box ray lost three straight to record was cited In their current weeks. The league Is better prepared -
Sam ''Boardman has given up during the halt time of the game conference teams then played national rating of fifth amongall to send more qualified
promoting and, is back ..mau,. In the stadium and has ,again, as I their best fame of the season I small colleges and Is sure to bowlers to this meet than were
ing again Lam is the father of ,n the past eight years, purchaeed against Lincoln Park of Ft. bring a mu.titude; of scouts and entered last year.
high ranking football personnel'
Larry Boardman. He was rated the cenUr.spread: advertising Pierce.
They the Fort
nowlora with of 160
to the averages
game Dec. 9 to take a
number' one lightweight contender apace in the official ,souvenir fierce
team 190. I close look at the mighty Rattlers. and up are Ted Potter. 178; John
one time.J3am .hal DOW' re program. Marshall 176: James Mltchum
tired.I This column heard with regret .
The Miami Coca-Cola Co. will about the death of Emmit KIINIK DAVIS IlKriilVKS 174; Gary ames 170; Wilton

hear that ,the ..sIr John will provide a beautiful float for the "Chip" Reed, director of Recre TOP AW AND Cox 169; John Edwards 168;

reopenin ,the .near future. visiting' college or university ation in Jacksonville last week. Ernie Davis, All American halfback Timothy Williams 168; Bruce
queen and local high .school Reed was a pioneer in the fieldof of Syracuse University this McCord 168; James Terry 167;
queens ,who will .servo.ju special recreation here in the state Dennis Peak 166; Frank Smith
week received the 27th presentation
Junior hostesses for the visiting royalty.
College scholastic
a official
an ardent
Memorial 16C; Eddie Thorpo 164; James
The company will also furnish a lover and promoter of tennis of the Helsman
Schedule convertible automobile for use tournaments and a long time Award This award, given to the Ulackmon 162; Darden Baker

Cage by the president ,of the visiting friend of the writer. Last year, most\ outstanding football ,playerof ,162; Clydo Young 161; Eddie

1001.1062 BASKETBALL school and provide Coca-Cola for Reed and I journeyed Wash. the year, Is the want of every Johnson 160.ROOTIN'.
SCHEDULE press headquarters in room 243 Ington, D. C, together in my station .
ot.the,jSJrJohn/ .Hotel. --
DADE "JUNIOR 'COLLEGE wagon to attend the National
Recreation Congress., lie
:Aspecial- highlight ,of the participation
Dec. Hampton Jr. College : ,will be presentation of was funeraliied In Jacksonville

Ocala "players of'the game" awards to Nov. 20.
Dec. 2 Gibbs Jr. College TT
the ,most outstanding players of A'
St. Petersburg
each team as selected by tho
Dec. 8-Glbbs, home
members of the
press, by tho
Dec. 16 Roosevelt home
Coca-Cola Bottling Quality
Jan. 3 Homestead Air Bate, companies m
the hometowns of the two participating 2I
home teams.Plenty Photography
Jan. 6 Volusla home I
Jan. 9 Homestead AirBase !


Base. 12 -Cocoa Patrick Air Force Hotel, Space ;' I

Jan. 13 Florida Normal
College St. Augustine For Classic li TOOTIN'

Jan. 15 Roosevelt, WPB
Jan. 27 Volusia County, There Is still plenty of hotel _
Daytona Beach space available for persons who
Feb. 2 Lincoln, home plan to attend the 29th annual

Feb. C Fla. Normal, home Orange Blossom Classic, Dec. '
Feb. 9 Roosevelt! WPB /89. This statement was made by : t'
Feb. 16 Roosevelt home Charles" C. North chairman of _

,Feb. 17 Lincoln, Ft. Pierce the Classic: housing committee. I'
,Feb. 23 Hampton home ,
March 2 Patrick Air Force Persons desiring housing can

Base home secure same by contacting Northas Johnson of Miami y DRINK
March 3 Homestead, home follows: North Travel Bureau, b'x
March 6 Homestead Street
Homestead 1104 NW 3rd ave., Miami, FR 409 N.W. 17th

March 8, 9 and 10 conference 96779. I Phone FR 7-2294
tournament, Ft. Pierce (Lincoln ........,...................
the Hotel apace is available on ; J r
Northwestern High Gym.
Home games will be played in fabulous Miami Beach as well as MIAMI TIMES ADSOON'T

Junior College) in Miami proper, all at reasonable i Fastest Drink
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An ,analysis of the degrees 'o '" in the West .
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D. Taylor Realty Opens

Ora D. Taylor Realty wel. tate was with the Landry RealtyCo. Taylor was awarded a plaque at Fine Arts
comes the Orange Blossom Classic ., Hilton Landry, broker. Af Pensacola in 1956 for
l and invites the public to ter working successfully there, services as an educator.
Open House Dec. 4 through 10 I Mrs. Taylor opened her own of. 1959 she was cited Committee by the Hon of Into New Home
and Awards
with dedication Dec. 10. 3:30 fice and began her upward ors Most
... Bethune Cookman College.
at .. climb.
until p.m. *' recognition -
was given
the recently pur In 1959 she was appointed recently her Alma Mater, Miami Friends of the Fine Arts Conservatory York will sing' a group of numbers
chased location, sales manager, of Armstrong University by of Ohio as ,one of the will ,be ,pleased to hear from '"Three, Penny Opera"in
4208 NW 7th ; Manor, a subdivision in beautiful outstanding alumnae. For that after nine years as a nonprofit 'which- he appeared as "Mas,
ave. Mrs. Taylor .. Richmond Heights to becomethe most these she is most grateful to her music dance and art The Knife" several years ago at
is the first first Dade County race real to all the school will the "Command Performance."
-.. who helped to make hu !school open ,
Race real estate I estate broker to be selected, withan public at last have its own home. This This school began in 1952 as
broker to exclusive contract, to serve work successful. week it moves officially to 615 the result of several people's desire .
on 7th ave. in this position.Mr. Some of the groups of her NW 60th street.Honoring to equalize the cultural opportunities

is happy to pio- Sam Marks, owner of Arm leadership served as a first in i in the community.
located assoiate of Miami and Dade County are: this event, the Conservatory i Those founders were Kelsey
Manor and
She is t strong an will hold on the Pharr, Mary Ford Williams, Tal
daughter of Green-Mar Builders has never re First Girl Scout Troop of Mi grounds of the new building its ly Brown and its director Ruth
gretted his selection. He hassaid ami and Dade County, first Negro first Carnival Open House from Greenfield.
neer Miamians, the late Rev many times that Mrs. Tay Red Cross worker to take 12 noon to six p.m., Sunday, December
and Mns. J. M. Trammell, found lor is not only an ace real estate Junior Red Cross into the pub 3. The carnival, features Outstanding children since that
ers and first pastor of Mt. Zion broker but a humanitarian for lic schools of Dade, first organ everything from hot dogs and time have studied at the Fine
Baptist Church, corner of NW, all people. izer of a class for Red Cross Instructors the trimmings to, a white elephant Arto Conservatory, some on
9th st. and 3rd ave., the wife who of JMrs, Taylor'seducational first president of sale, gift bazaar, cake shop scholarship. The school is non
the late Rev. N. E. Taylor training included Boylan Haven Friendship Garden and Civic and fortune teller. From 3:30: profit, therefore noncommercialand
was pastoring Hearst Chapel School, ,Jacksonville; Tuskegee Club. Less we forget our past until 5 in the auditorium mem elects its faculty from the
AME Church when he passed to Institute, Alabama; Florida Normal development in a city now bers of the faculty, student body I qualified artists-teachers in the
the Great Beyond. Bethune Cookman College, counting its first million, let us and special gifts will present a community, and particularly
She is a leading educator, having Hampton Institute, < Va., Miami be broadminded In our appreciation program. Featured on the con, those who are dedicated to
taught in ,public schools of University, Ohio and was recent. to those who have borne the cert are faculty members Rob teaching and giving service. It
Florida for many years, including ly admitted, into the Universityof burdens in the heat of the day, ert Thomas, Albert Edelman, has also been through the kindness
serving as instructor-dean of Miami for further study in that a brighter day may. dawn Philip Aaron Ruth Greenfieldand
girls under administration of business administration. Pamela lI rrls.' Also mem and foresight of private
for all.
bers of the student woodwind citizens and in recent the
Profs J. A Espy, Charles Austin Her whole life, however, is ded years
and S. M. Mosley at Booker T. icated to upohlding the name of group: George Simpson, Mal Carver YMCA where it has been

Washington High School with God, race and country by sacrificing MIAMI TIMES ADS colm Whitlow, Tim and Charlene in residence, that the school has
with Greenfield Wendell Graham Jerome .
instructor ,
one year as time
and finances to
been able to keep going. N.o w
Prof. Charles L. William when spread the love and word of God DON'T COST THEY PAY Straughter, Daniel Meller- the Fine Arts Conservatory of
she was called to service a* in eveery home and in every heart son and Gregory McCloud.
principal of Dr. J, I. Bernard, where contact is made. This is greater Miami will: have Us own
then superintendent of public in her goal, as an evangelist and a Special guest, Boris Pritcher, building and the needed positionof
struction of Palm Beach County Christian.Mrs. popular actor locally: and in New permanence in the community
where she served successfully: as Fight TB
principal of two schools for 11 Taylor la a member of
years. While there she becamethe Greater Bethel Church, a member
wife of Rev. Taylor. S h <5 of the National Association RUPTURED ?
moved back to her beloved native of Real Estate Brokers, since ,
City, Miami selecting Richmond 1955, first president and organ IIHMttwe ............ Offto T...... .. BTrm .....
Heights as their new residence izer of Dade County Real Estate After Q.rn.M.*. AHr'YI< *. LOW '
where she now resides Board, organizer and first president 40 ST.
with her two teenage sons, Irwin Tri.County Real Estate -
and Roy. Board, and a friend of the friend & 5s19G1ms. DR. LONG'S CLINIC w,".:.'i: IT.TV .
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They returned to Dade to enter These for years have been her
business and do further obsessions. -
work in the ministry. Both were
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Spearing with Sports Sports HappeningsBy I DECEMBER 2, 1961 PAGE 7LOOKING

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_I 'In THE .
This is the last week of high
school football for most of the
Sam (The Mumbler) Sobel la COCA-'COLA conferences in the state except
promoting fights at Norfolk and for the game between Moton SPORTS WORLD OVERBy

Richmond Va. ,Lou Viscusl, .onetime J3ROADCASTCLASSIC High and B. T, Washington of
Florida promoter'Is >goiog. Dunnetlon of the Mid Eight Con.
to do business with him. Lou ference. This game Is to be LEO B. ARMBRISTCR
also promotes at Houston, Texas., GAMEThe played in Brooksvtlle. This game

Former fighter and now man. will have no bearing on the ,
acer Teddy Parsoff has returned Florida Council of Coca championship in that conference.It o- 4 sr4"4-'k --44- isr6ti+- i 4t bG49s04

from New York and has a good Cola Bottlers, the Miami Coca- appears that the Mickens High MIAMI REFLECTS CLASSIC player that takes part in this
Negro prospect. Cola Bottling Co., and the Coca. team at Dade City has the best GAIETY rugged sport so Davis Is Justly
Cola Co. of Atlanta will partici to be the first Negro to
record in the conference with the proud
Virgil Alkens is once again a pate in several activities of the Brooksville eleven close behind.In Familiar signs of anticipationare gain the honor.EXCELSIOR .
victim of a bad home-town de 29th annual Orange Blossom being recognized all over Miami

cision. All the local newspapers Classic and Festival. scheduled the Dig Nine South Confer I now-a-days; it is the mad LEAGUE
had him the winner but he only for December 8.9. The disclosure once, Carver High is the only undefeated hustle.+bustle of the local citizen PREPARES }"OJlUG EVENTSThe
received a draw. He fought was made by Charles J. team in the conferenceand ry preparing In minute detail to
Stephan Redl who was down for Smith III, director of public re they are through for the sea. welcome another Orange Blossom: Excelsior Bowling League
a count of 8. The referee did not lations at Florida A and M University eon. They ended the season just Classic in all its pageant glory. Is geared and ready for action
about the mandatory count, after a brief Thanksgiving
know again
sponsors the spec I like they started it off with a
so he started to count: all over : tacular events. win. They won from Blanche Ely Classic talk, is on the tonguepf I holiday receea. The standings
again, therefore Redl received a I 340. everyone ana although not too got a real shuffling and tho sec
count of 17 instead Of 10 ana The A &, M Rattlers, unbeaten ,much could be said about the 'ond ten weeks of tho season will
then got up. Another Dempsey I and untied at the time of the announcement Jones of Orlando has the next FAMU Rattlers' opponent, Jack I. see some real tight competition.

and Tunney long count.: 'I' of Coke' participation best record in the Big Nine South will be host to Jackson with a" and 1 record. The ,Miss, there Is no doubt that as
Ran into an old time pug here 1, Wilson Rentals 19 11
State College of Mississippi. Northwestern Bulls played more always have been in preceding
the other day who was a good '
games in the conference than years this will be another great W L
club fighter years ago and one Negotiation for the tie-in par other member team. Their record spectacle in the annuals of the 2. Hagan and Fonda 17H 2H
of the toughest nuts to crack. ticipation were handled through classic. ,3. News Realty 17 13
on the win side la right nextto ,
He was none other than John the Miss ,H. Kendrlx ,Organization Carver but have 4. 12th Frame 16 14
lost 2
(Kid) Cinimo. John is doing real of Washington, D. C.,, a nationally and had one tie game in the con. Die-In.the-wool football fans, ,6. Hot Shoppers 15% 14'h
good nowadays. Bob Foster a known figure in public lerence. The first division who like to see a team give all ,6. EAL 16 16
prospective heavyweight ,managed relations heads the company I learns of the conference as of its got, will enjoy seeing the I 7. Independents 15 16
by Bill Edwards is unde* Rattlers unleash that barrage of ,,8. American Furn. 13 17
feated in 60 amateur bouts and The Florida Council of Coca. this writing are Carver, Jones power that carried them winging 9. Olympics 12 18
professional bouts. He will Coa: Bottlers will be of Northwq-:'tern, Attucks, Middle- '
seven one the through the entire 61 season 10. St. Glairs Cafe 10 20
be seen here in the near future sponsors .of ,& ,,Id-city ,radio net. ton, ,Mays and North Dade.In I undefeated while scoring an average -

work that ,will ,carry the broad. the Southeast Conference. of a point a, minute per All bowlers who have plans to
Evil Eye Finkel returned from I' cast of the game. The Coca-Cola Lincoln High of Riviera and Gifford game against the opposition.This enter the City Tournament in
states and Canada.
all over the Co. of Atlanta will entertain the January: will; do well to Improve
one-two in the
The Eye does not need any In.troductlon are fabulous high scoring their in tho lo.nalnlng
press, radio and TV corps with averages
conference Carver High of Del-
'to'the fight! fans. a buffet, dinner in the press box ray lost three straight to record was cited in their current weeks. The league Is better pry
Sam iBoardman :has given up during the halftime of the game conference teams then played national rating of fifth amongall pared to send more qualified
In the stadium aDd has ,again as I small colleges, and Is sure to bowlers to this meet than were
promoting .and is back juanag- their best of the
game season
bring a multitude; of scouts and entered last
Ing again. Sam is the father of in the past eight years, purchased against Lincoln Park of Ft. football year.
high ranking personnel
Larry Boardman. He waa rated the center-spread advertising Pierce. They defeated the Fort Bowlcrd with of 160
to the game Dec. 9 to take a averages
number one lightweight conten space in the official ,souvenir fierce team 190. .I and Ted
close look at the mighty Rattlers. up are Potter 178; John
der one time. .Sam has*now re- program. Marshall 176; James Mitchum
tired.I This column heard with regret KHMIC DAVIS IU CJHVIC8TOP 174 Gary anus 170 Wilton
The Miami Coca-Cola Co. will about the death of Emmit ; ;
hear that ,the Sir .John will provide a beautiful float for the "Chip" Reed director of Recreation AWARD Cox 169; John Edwards 168;

re'open. n ,the .near future. visiting' college or university in Jacksonville last week. Ernie Davis, All American halfback Timothy Williams 168; Bruce
queen and local Jxigh school Reed was a pioneer in the field of Syracuse University this McCord 168; James Terry 167;
queens .who will serve.as special I of recreation here in the I I
state week received the 27th presentation Dennis Peak 166; Frank Smith
Junior College hostesses for the visiting royalty. a scholastic official ardent :
165 Eddie 164 James
Memorial ; Thorpo ;
The company will ,also furnUh a lover and promoter of tennis of the Helsman
Schedule convertible :automobile ,for use tournaments and a long time Award. This. award, given to the Blackmon 162; Darden Baker
Cage j,y the president ,of the visiting friend of the writer. Last year most outstanding football ,playerof ,162; Clyde Young 161; Eddlo

1001.1002 IIAHKHTBAJLL. school find, provide Coca-Cola for Reed and I journeyed to Washington the year, Is the want of every Johnson 160.
pr"B headquarters in room 243 D. C. together in my station
SCHEDULE of(the',Sir John.Hotel.
DADA grcraoR 'COLLEGE < wagon to attend the Na -- -
tional Recreation Congress.. He
, < highlight of the participation.
Dec. Hampton Jr. College, .,will be presentation of was funerallzed- In JacksonvilleNov.

Ocala "players .of' the game" awards to 20.
Dec. 2 Oibbs Jr. College, the ,most outstanding players of 1

St. Petersburg each team as selected by the :.: A
Dec. 8-Olbba, home
members of the press, by tho
Dec. 15 Roosevelt home Coca-Cola Quality
Jan. 3 Homestead Air Base, the hometowns of the two part in! *
home cipating teaJU.Plenty Photography p
Jan. 6 Volusla home I ROOTIN'
Jan. 9 Homestead AirBase
Jan. 12 Patrick Air Force Hotel Space I 4 ',' .,
Dale, Cocoa .
Jan. 13 Florida Normal >:t tI
Classic TOOTIN'M
College, St. Augustine ti
Jan. 16 Roosevelt, WPB i .
Jan. 27 Volusla County, There is still plenty of hotel 1 ;

Daytona Beach: space available for persons who I .'
Feb. 2 Lincoln, home plan to attend the 29th annual M

Feb. 6 Fla. Normal, home Orange Ulossom Classic Dec. ',' WINE
Feb. 9 Roosevelt, WPB 89. This statement waa made by ) \ ,
Feb. 16 Roosevelt, home Charles C. North chairman of "J 'ii '
''Feb. 17 Lincoln, Ft. Pierce the Classic: 1' ,.;
housing committee. lI' 'i. ;, .. ",
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March 2 Patrick Air Force Persona desiring housing can "

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March 3 Homestead home as follows: North Travel Bureau, !c.I -
March 5 Homestead, Street :
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Homestead 1104 NW 3rd ave., Miami FR 409 ,.

March 8 9 and 10 96779. Phone FR 7.2294
tournament Ft. Pierce (Lincolnthe
Northwestern High Gym. Hotel apace is available on .... ( .

Home games will be played in fabulous Miami Beach as well as MIAMI TIMES ADSOONT _
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An analysis of the degrees -, in the West. .
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revealed 'a total of 276 persons
earned 637 degrees from 114 Institutlons I a pleasant and distinguished atmosphere r in the
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AMERICAN PLAN opposing team. Coach Jake
"No Discrimination." That's Gaither believing, that this will
about the nicest line I've ever be one of tlie-toughest battles
read anywhere. You'll find that that the Rattlers have fought
phrase on the ads of the Hampton Chuck Smith,. public relations
House where the star of the Man for PAMU, Informs me that
show h Napoleon Reed, who the windup of the half.time ;ib d tr9ti: ':
keeps the customers well enter show will star Cannonball: and g' S
k.The ._
talned. We all make the statement Nat Adderley, backed up by. the ; l\Jl
that we need a decent placeto 132 ;piece A and M band. twice nationally honored*
Invite our out of town gueststo B Booker T Washington Troupe*
dinner and a good show. Well, DURING TIlE CLASSIC, the 2112 of the National Theeipianii
I suggest that you keep the King O'Hearts will have E. Lois Society, will present for thfjj
Hampton House Dining Room and Foreman and Sam and Dave, nights Dec. 6 and 6, its first maJor -,$ SIR SINATRA
Lounge In mind It's real with Sam Sarly's band and Phil production of the season <{ CIO
shall we use the word Snazzy Harris as M. C. Miami City "The Millionaire" The play wll']{ Rio I VYN te101 mEU I IYAB plodnct 1lteo
? Commissioner Dave Ken be presented in the auditoriumat ij
D nedy sez to all of you that voted 8 o'clock. "The Millionaire"Is
PDKTTY GIRL of The Week: for him last Tuseday, a most a delightful comedy of char. IERVr1N fEEJiAN 1 ERRE AllI 1 flAD
Delores Gray Pretty Boy of hearty thank you. Til next week acters by Juliet Thompklns. j! *Nu's
The Week: Julius "Schoolboy" live life every golden minute of Gideon Heath, the tnwn ne'er-i\\
Wilson Man About Town: It. PEACE. do-well, is coming home from] oaa UPI O fl1EN
Leonard Terrell. Australia with a million dollars.,{ dIKCRCN r omjtteN
B I His relatives plan a great reception -<| r i. mm UROY-FRED KOH1MMfiM
QUICK NOTE DEPT: "No for him. He is surprised bvjj EA o lO A CdlI1dBU PIC JRI RELEASEFREDRIC
Dancing" Robert Jackson messing The hushed up scandal that led the welcome he receives becausehe \\ -. -.
up the Hully Gully to murder and terror. was once thrown out in dis-
One of the funniest things to see grace. Each relative schemes ton
is a bunch of grown people gal- "A FEVER IN ret iart of the million which]|
around the dance
loping on
creates a hilarious \
floor In a circle doing the (pony THE BLOOD" The play Is starring Julius I4pe j
Square Washington, one of
costarring Lessle Blackshear,]| I
Richmond Heights' home ownere STAIIHINO with Sarah ,Maxwell, Gordon ) MARCH
who spends his winter months '
Efrem Zimbalist Ridge, Bruce Thomnson and .
with us, beat hell out of me on {
Madelyn Squire. And introducing -
the golf David Pas DickinsonPLUS
course Angie Laurestlne Mason and Ros' j BEN GAZZARA
chal, musical director at North
Mooremon. The play l: directed]!
western High, sporting a new by Leroy Washington \
62 Buick Carlos Clark haf ROBERT MITCHUMin This drama group is one of the\j I DICK CLARK

Joined the Champagne Partler "TRACK OF THE CAT"IN eight superior groups throughout!)
every Monday night at the Fiesta the country to present a play at5 INA BALIN
Lounge using Paul Masrson's Pink COLOR the Indiana University in the
Champagne Tuesday nights, spring. So come out Dec. 6 or 6
K. C. Smith has his "shindig" Starts Sunday and pee why this group was- so III.. ,,9 EDDIE ALBERT
and so doe the Glass at the I RITZ honored.
"Call l Me Darlipg Room" v I Gideon Wand Blanche recall their
Wednesday night the Champagne THEATRE old ,love affair. Students In the
Party is at Small's Las Vegas picture_are Lessle BlackshearS
Lounge and later at Baker's Fa and Julius, LeG Jr.tfjgtft .
mous Corner on 16th Ave..;where I i '
they also have a-flan fry free ?. 'r: !! as jfr ;g gggtfy tfte Thursday' nigTit at the1 Carver 'j LL Y

care of the week and It seems IN THE WORLD'S LUSHEST PARADISE OF SONGI c
that everybody is going all out I ,
for Paul Masson's Pink Champagne : '
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will be at the Knight Beat for rw
one night only on Friday, The .* NEXT ATTRACTION
big show on Saturday and the :: : .
Miami Hostesses, Club's Fashion t BOTH IN COLOR
Show is Sunday, Naturally,
Frank "Nat King Cole" DuBolae
will supply: the music. The
Glass wants to remind you of the 'A
all\ day and all night show on ELWSPR4cLEYII

Classic Day and starting r g
next Thursday night, Dec. 7, xk >:;, s..
every Thursday night will be
"red dress" night. Every lady U
wearing a red dress will receivea
gift from the Gills I i

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Blossom Classic will: ''be here and
a'l of Miami is In for a good I PLUS
time This year, President Gore Randolph Scott in "Hangman's Knot" ; s ;
has announced that Jackeon
State of Mississippi will ''be the

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music and very anon SATURDAY DECEMBER 2 1961 9Baker's
.w 6fltli $t.,."Jias returned fr.m :1lrsAthaUe you will see homes all 4reasd;
sanusota when she went to .attend Range who came up and lighted. It's*Christmas
the, funeral of her brother, homo for the Thanksgiving holi! time. :- .
Frank |who died 1ov. 14 days has returned to her studies ,. -- .... <,
In Corner
and was* burlJk Nov, 19. sHeerI, Boston. Mr. and Mrs.,Al Jackson. ',are' Famous ti tiI ,
survived by a?wife, five Mrs. :parents of a baby boy '; I ,
brothers :three grand child Alma Blue, former school 6901 N.W. 15th Avenue s
two ;:
,". i principal, who had an eye opera. r V ,' I''
ren. Sara ota she went to tion at the Jackson Hospital, Is ''i"1
From Friends i : 'FREE V
recovering to the of Kelsey Pharr will FISH FRY
delight of
Valdosta, Ca.ito spend. some time her be pleased I _
many friends. i to, know that he is ;+'
with her brojtber who has been i doing well EVERY NITE ,
after an eye eperation > WED'NESDAY "
i 1.1 i, but Is recovering? "%,, in a Washington hospital., '. ""f .
.. IJ- The staff of the Golden Agers I I Package goods Singing Music weekend end '.
C.ub Is to be complimented for Tuesday Thursday ",
the Celebration
Attending the
of the Anglican Churchin Their good last work month's they are doing. Don't be a Freeloader 1 Early Morning Get-Together Sessions i
Nov. 24.26 were The birthday pro
Yen.Nassau John E. Culmer of St. gram their was very enjoyable. So was Support the Fight for Main Topic Everything,
Agnes Church, ,the Rev. Fra. The December Freedom
Theodore Gibson of Christ comes off on the 21st. RESfAUF&NT '
On Dec. 'Y
Church, Elisha Clarke, Church 7 plans will ,be made for the Join Your NAACP

of Reece the of Incarnation St. Peers, KeyJWest and > John, club'Odessa.Christmas!James, Isthe activities president, Mrs., Y'.c. V ;, ") For sale, rent or lease 3-Bedroom; House
the Diocese of* South Fully EquippedA .'
All from ',' tnd Mrs. Mamie Gill, program $500'dow $80:month
Florida. director.It's $100 CASH $16 WEEK sale bargain and
Buys a 2 bedroom furnished Reasonable rent 2386 NW 63rd St.

the Mrs.Thanksgiving Frances Jolllvette holidays spent with Chrlstm sUme. Downtown, home. With jalousied Fla. Centrally located on b u y Very good house on large
her daughter Regina, who is a uptown and around town there room. Call to see. avenue. Was successfully lot with extra building in
student at Howard' University, .s (evidence that the Christmas going business. Previous ,rear that can be used as
Washington, D. C. While In holidays are approaching. Stores
becauseof fourth bedroom This
Washington she was he house decorated, some of them $490 CASH $80 Mo. owner closed only prop
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles you with Christmas Carols; ad. 4 Bedrooms With Carporte health. erty is suitable for a largo
Wars. She also made a visit to vertlsements tell that there are Near '!NW 46th St. and 17th family, and has good value
Phl.adelphia; to see relatives in out 20 shopping days before Ave. Suitable for Call FR 3-9368 and is priced right at only
that cIty.Among Christmas. This
results for theres message are hundredof brings family. 943 NW 2nd Ave. $9,150. Move right in. Open
those out of the city early shoppers keeping the Indf Sunday from 1 to 5 p.m.
for Thanksgiving were Patrick c.erks busy to the delight of the $150 CASH .
$17 WEEK

I -- ed.3 bedrooms 3 steps from partly school furnish.and $249 Down 1475 Two NW Houses 51st St.

DREAM HOMES shopping. This won't last 3 bedroom, 1 bath, across $500 down $90 month
I so call today. street from school. $69.00 I Good opportunity to own

per month. Move right in. two houses that are in excellent
YOUR DREAM THIS WEEKENDVETS We arrange .financing also Next payment Jan. 1 condition. Completely .

Open from 1.4 p.m. redecorated inside and
NO DOWN PAYMENT TRIO REALTY Saturday and SundaY'' out. Live rent free. This I

CORNEI\ NORTHWEST 801 NW 54th St. 2233 NW 48th St. is a real good value in a
fine neighborhood. City
PL 9.8372 PL 9.5455 WI 7-8505 or water and sidewalks. See
22nd Ave. & 154th St. NE 5.8745 MU 8.2745 I these houses on Sunday.

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3 And 4 Bedroom
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BUNCHE rendered numbers '''1.
rsing Class PARKThe enjoyable on
the program. PUN PHUN
members of the American VfW Hiffcfiffcfs, ,
rming at NHS Junior Red CroM local council (Remember our PTA meeting ,
> are filled with merriment after on Monday Dec. .4 at 8 p.m.R. By w

Practical Nursing Education hatlonwlde concluding a successful enroll J. Vickers, reporter I JOn
program ottered ment drive with 100 per cent Sylvia Lambert, principal Friday, Nov. 14, our gu.'..
to become com. participation What are we to do with books Jackson
Pprepare adults from all classes for the day was Melvln
J5g accepted now. Those inter- Clarice Parker, council president that should be kept from the manager of the Florida State

Bd nursing team. and Brendy J, Eady council secretary EVANS ELEMENTARYThe public? Censorship is a difficult Employment Office. We extend V

Practical NUM.K along with other members faculty and student body proposition, mainly because It Dorothy
of welcome to Mrs.
rhe program aroused the interest warm
everyone of Llllle C. Evans Invite to
you demand
greater -
offered at North actually creates a ,
Education with their and Mrs. Ella Moncur
Information talks come out on Friday Dec. 1 and Brown
.tern Senior High School Is about the service of AJRC dur- go "South of the Border" with for the object censored. A members of the staff.
credited by the Florida ing ,our dally devotions.Congratulations them. That's the annual Llllle C. lot depends on who the censorsare
Nursing and the Flor- We were happy for the following -
>ard Evans Day observance and their motives. Tie same,
of Educa ,
State Department to Leo Thomp- members of the
a kins and members of the Ora-Y For your enjoyment you will I suppose, goes for the authors, Ing students to take their stat

33.The for their interest in and services see a well panned: program plus whose motives could be artistic examinations, and may continued
will In the crowning of the Prince and
next class open theirs Mesdanus
to the less fortunate or animalistic.It success be :
1962. Applicants are Princess of Lillle C. Evans The Royal L. Ito
bruary proceeding the Thanksgiving Lois Turner, E. ,
lug accepted now. Thost Inter- Holiday. The recipients of the I prince Is dapper James Bernard seems to me that the beat land and Lain. Most of the fore
ted In the program should re 17 boxes of groceries delivered I Jackson son of Mr. and Mrs. way la In the training of the i going students spent the

,rt to Northwestern SeniorIgh have expressed their thanks and James Jackson and a fifth grade readers. It should be the dutyof I Thanksgiving holidays with other .
School for an Interview. In. pledged their services to Ora-Y student In Mrs. Juanita Lane's parents teachers and churches I students of the school, who

rvlews are held on Thursdayd and the school for their kind class. The princess La charming. to show, ,by example as well as made It a pleasant and enjoy
Friday from 1 p.m. to 3:30 deeds. Iris Troy, daughter of Mr. and by word, the proper attitudes able one for them.
m. In room 249. Mrs. Arthur Troy and a 4th grad. concerning questionable books

"When it rans it pours," er. So make Dec. 1 a must In and movies. Miss M. Cooper was the gut*
Applicants must be citizens ore is an adage that is most appropriate your date book. The time Is 8 of Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Mllle ,of
United States, at least 17 for the Bethels However ,p.m. In the cafet.orium.Talladegans Each Industry should police Deerfleld Beach Misses Betty

ears of age and have at least 2 we are thankful that it has been, itself. Iniquities are fostered Dullard and Josephine Washington .

ars of high school educationr raining sunshine instead of adversity. from within. For instance, because were guests of Mia M.

| Its equivalent. Mrs. Ruth S. Bethel, our to the medical profession has Clark of Homestead, Miss Maria
charming 3rd and 4th grade 'overlooked: the excesses of (Roberts was guest of Mrs. Ella-

teacher received her M. A. degree Meet at Darby's some of its members, forbidding abeth El.

LIBERTY CITY during the summer of 1961. 'members to reveal the malprac the
tices of others, the question of We were happy to have
She moved from an old home toa I The Miami Talladega Club
Several supervisors visited with :. lovely spacious home near will meet on Monday evening, social medicine has been raised. following students back In
of time.
s last week: Miss Eleanor Dec. 4 at Darby's Restaurant school after a period
i 13th ave. and 50th It during be
The book industry could Brooks Mrs. Vera
Mrs Maggie
lenberg, zone supervisor and 'I 216 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
the summer and was elected as' he
policed by each vendor. If and Miss Judy Alleyne.
Irs. Dorothy Adslde, reading. As Randall,
I teacher of the day during Amen- I at this dinner meeting feels a book la unsuitable for
|is customary, the faculty w a e will be President Arthur D.
I :an Education Week. members of his family, then it The doors are open for students
(quite pleased to have them. : Gray of Talladega College. All
should be kept from the stand. to enroll at all times.
Her daughter, Pamela Is only "Degans" and friends of 'Dega
The Christmas spirit! fell uponus 11 years old and .Is a 7th grader are asked to make reservationsby In this day of materialism and | Curtis Williams from FloridaA

Monday. Our art teacher, Mrs. .AHapattah Jr. High, a recently calling: Mrs. Enid Curtis John profits, it takes spiritual clear training ut Immoral and M University, iIIIPtnt the
Iwley Parker, has adorned every integrated school Pamela is son at OX 19541. The exact to keep our minds Thanksgiving holidays In :Miami

sector of the school with beautiful ,not just a student, but she id an time of the meeting will be given debris, with his wife, Vera.

1 richly colored mural which excellent student who maintaind when reservations are made. The mind feasts on its
depict the spirit of Christmas. We Mrs. ClaudIne Newkirk spent
the be
an A-average during first thoughts. If its thoughts car.
are so fortunate to have Mrs. ;six weeks She's striving for allA's \ nal, the mind will be like a gar. the holidays with her husband,
and of Pohoke*.
Parker with us. for the next mind is the Robert family
; reporting period bage can. To me, the
Doretha Jackson spent
and Mrs
Charles Rogers, musict Hollywood's Newest and living room of the body, and Idon't
our Mrs. Mary Parker wishes to the holidays with her husband,
make habit of keeping
Acher, deserves a round of ap- thank those who attended the tea Finest a Peter C. Cornell Jackson In
in the living room
r use for the masterful tape pn Nov 26 and those who gave Lela'. Palmer House garbage Vero Beach
that he and the LCE Choral ,(Contributions to aid her In her Let's go on a spiritual NO-
Group made. The tape be .10.1314: Raleigh Street We wish to express: our devi'
may I p208
(campaign for Mrs. PTA. Special :CAL diet, the Cal meaning carnality
to the family of
bard est sympathy
over station WMBM Sunday thanks are extended to Mr. Jones (Liberia) furnished Private and and lewdnesa. This Is a

Dec. 3 at 5:30 p.m.It's ;and the singing group from peml private bath. big Job in this day of loose jlirs..Dorothy her uncle, Crews Lonnie in Anderson the lo'aof

North Dade, Mrs. M. McKham, morals, but it can and must be
Junior Red Cross time Jupiter.
again. Several classes ,JBobb>.e Kendrick and our guest done. Who i a. willing to work at
have already
reported 100 per cent. Miss ppeaker Mrs Helen Jackson who Phone YU 88448 It? a Elizabeth El, reporter,*,' .

Juanita Patton and Mrs. Irene ----
Straughter. Let's get busy child-

ren. ;Alphas Entertain

A general thank you la being
sent to the many patrons and Wives

friends who were so gracious
enough to send us boxes to be Beta Beta Lambda Chapter! of

distributed among deserving Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity mot
families in the community. i graciously entertained tVlr!
/wires! on Thanksgiving night at
The LCE Player are busy ,the fabulous Hampton House
practicing for their annual The exciting and spellbound entertainment
j Christmas play; Irene Edwards, I was furnished h*

the narrator, Is so excited over v '. f, 4 JNapoleon Reed and Co. MIH'C

I It. -i _ _ was furnished by Myrtle Jones
I Mary F. Williams, principal Prchestra.

Denis R. Thomas IV, reporterW. Sharing ,the evening, with u.
was Brother Charles I. Williams,

{dean of Edward Waters Coil.? *?**.
HOMESTEAD JUNIORN. special honors were given to

L. Bethel, principal Jl rot her and Mrs. David Oo*>bs
Thelma /who were celebrating their 25th
S. ,King, reporter wedding anniversary

Various! committees composed Brothers Paschal and Welter
bees faculty members are busy as ': r' ;" I served as chairman and cochairman .

crowning, formulating of our "Miss plans West for the 'tY A'f .., ,Fy of this lovely affair

Homestead Junior high" and
the coronation ball to follow :
Dfoc. 7. Shirley Bennett was : NEED MONEY

elected to reign as Miss West : $25 to .$600

Homestead after a streaming Call PL 8-3653
campaign against the famous
Green Party representatives. She
was +ly
M.representative from the
Partr. Shirley might be 6105 N.W. 7th I."..
TV remembered as the speaker on
represented -
our school
dUring dedlcatLon exercises last
year. Fight TB

Sun" reveals. Probably the most spectacular "
As an outgrowth of the unit, High To The 1
Dade who
"Our Local North theme of the player is John Pryor, plays
Environment Mrs. The powerful ,
male role.
the leading
non Yvonne class Brassfleld's risked basic edaea- Present "A Raisin in black man's struggle white to elevate man's By all means, the North Dade ,.... ,, :
the Museum of his status In a of "A RaisinJn 3 .
Natural High presentation I. .4'
characterized ;
History magnificently
and Science. As world Is ..
The Sun" Is a must in dramatic I
a the folow-up class activity of this trip The Sun" In this play. The plot Insurance l. cen } entertainment.For ".-,-. ,;.; '" 1
wrote themes around some '
poems tred
y 'I... + :. )
and original stories which they Dramatic activity at North money to be received by a poor reserved seat. call NA "I r: J..;.)
plan to publish l In a magazine High In Opa Lock has Negro family. Naturally, each 1-0538 between a.m. an4" "

oon. Dade a feverish frenzy as the member has his own Ideas about S jcfil I ."
Dade dramatists put the what should be done with the .. i
Activities for Book Week were North touches on their forthcoming money. The ensuing series of p.m."O I
designed for active participation finishing dramatic presentation, events make for a gripping tale God look down here and j .
On all grade levels daring the In The Sun" to be presented of Negro family strife. Father P" : :
month. A story-telling festival, "A Raisin 13 and 14 In give me strength. Strength : (Ji: :
doll and hobby show and a on Dec. 12, auditorium. Play director James Randolph ," pleads Moma to her son Walter t..

'Dress-up, Like Your Favorite the North Dade High exemplifies brilliantly his talentsfor in the Thespians production" I 'i i

Story Book Character Parade" If rehearsals are any measurement directing in this presenta of "A Raisin In The Sun.

were some of the many activities of quality, from all tlon. Everything from cues to From left to right: AbalgallThompklns. Use Christmas Se.'s
held. the play promises to accents were afforded a higher
Indications Dennis; John Pryor,
be really worth seeing. degree of dramatic Walter; Willie Wilson, Travis& ;
Congratulations to North Dade dramatists, with the help of his critical eye. Lindner -
Tbe Curt Schwartz, ; Gladys
Moss, whose book review appeared Jame.nandoLpb .
in the Special Children's Pageof under the, relates direction with realism The players characterize their Perry, Mama, and Eugenia Jones, Advertise It Pays!
section of the with shocking realism. Ruth.
the book review the raw story which "A Raisin in roles
Miami News Nov. 12.




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Nathaniel Darvte'of 1881

PAGE 12 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1961 sincere thanks to everyone NW 74th Terr. died NoV 21. Mr.

". for prayers,' various gifts, DEATHSi Darville came to Miami 40 years
ervices rendered, cards, flowers L from Nassau/'Bahamas and'
calls 'and visits during my Ill t Is survived by his, wife Mary, 3

CARDS MEMORIALSCARD ness. Francis .daughters, Sandra Charlalne and

: __ God bless you all.. MM. Ophelia Bethel, 3'ServIed8; Pamella>>[ ,, a, son Nathaniel "Jr.,, 2

Mrs. Lureva Loving 10tb. St.... .died Nov. 24. brothers and two elsters. Services -
''will be held ,Dec '2 af '3 p.ntr'tt"'f1 '' were held Thursday !in the

OF THANKS I CARD OF THANKSTo St. James Baptist. Church"wjt; !} 1 i chapel.. .
Ru-therford officiating.The } .. '
Thanks Rer.; A* 'f:
';..Mr. and Mrs. Earl; E. Ham' the many, many friends Message or 'body will be on view in the f, Mrs Subriney k 1828 NW

mocfc-of 1801 NW 166th St., Opa who took time out to visit and I wish to extend my sincere chapel Friday afternoon. Survivors -! 55th court died Nov. 22. She is

I Locka. and Other members of the send, .cards, telegrams flowers appreciation to the ministers of .are two daughters Mrs survived by a _foster slater, Mrs.
deceased Mrs. Mary L. Wilker' and 'gifts during my Illness; I this' area their members and ,,my Sophie Carglll and, Mrs. Fred, Llllie' Cunningham ,three aunts,.

E sort :wish..to. offer gratitude of certainly appreciate your kind' many friends, also the principalsof ericka Green. Mrs. Gussie Gamble, Mrs. Virginia
thanks to ,the faculty, staff and ndss.'"Again thanks to all of" you.. Holmes Elementary and Orchard of Lawrence and Mrs. Debo
i 5'408
student body of the Dethune Bessie Bethune Villa schools and the Albert Williams rah Washington and two uncles

Elementary School, East Opa teachers for your cards flowers 2 let at., West Hollywood, died Bishop H. Williams and Eddie
Orchard Villa, of Nov 26. Services were held at Williams. Services' will be held
Locka Scbooly IN .MEMORIAMIn and visits during the period God
Walker Temple Church 1 St. Paul
at at
J. R. E. Lee Mumford's Kindergarten my illness. Saturday p.m.
members of New Bethel dear of shall always be In Christ Dec. 1. Survivors AME Church.
loving memory of our. Each you his Nannie four cou
clude wife ,
Baptist Church of Opa Locka wife. and mother remembered by family and me. ,' ,' h Anderson -
Gamma Chi for their sins. ; 1 Jamey 1301 NW
members of Alpha Thanks to my sorority NW
Inde Selser Lewis of 1149E 6th Lane died Nov. 23. He Is
Sorority, Mr. J. R. Hall of many expressions. 62nd ,
pendent Insurance Co., Perry' Thanks again for your time, ave., died Nov. 21. Service will Survived, by his wife Amanda.
r kMl.m be held at St. James Baptist Services were conducted In the
members of Progressive love and kindness.
Florist Churcr Dec. 2 at 1 p.m. with Rev.J. .
Chapter 29 OES members of .J Mrs. Ruth BlacknellAnd Johnson officiating. The body chapel; Wednesday,
of God Miracle Revival Family
the House will be on view in the.chapel 'beginning -
Fellowship Church the Clemon Jackson of 5926 NW
afternoon.. Survivors
neighbors of New Bunche Park Friday 67th st., South Miami died Nov.
are his father, David two 28 He Is survived by his wife,
friends everywhere.A MEMORIAMIn
IN sons, Arnold and Butch, a slater, Aibell, a daughter Mrs. Inez

special thanks to Range n a x of Mrs. Marie Frailer. Jones four brothers including
sad (but loving memory
Funeral Home for such courteous Britt and Hansome Jackson. Ser-
our dear wife and sister Rudolph Curtis of 5846 NW
service. vices will be held Saturday at
MRS. MELVINA TAYLORwho 12th ave., died ,Nov. 23. Services
I ,4, p.m. in Mt. Olive Baptist
December 3,
passed away at St. Episcopal
were held Agnes Church. The .body is on view in
IN MEMORIAMIn 1960. Church Dec. 1. Survivors are his the chaped and will be placedIn
May she rest in peace and may wife, Myrtle,. two daughters
the church 6 a.m. Saturday.Mrs. .
light perpetual'ahlne upon her. Mrs. Elease Kirk at AtlanticCity
sad but loving memory of Mr. Willie Taylor, husband N. J. and Miss Theresa Mahan
dear husband father and of 14250
our ,
And FamilyCARD of Locka.
Curtis Opa
NW 22nd ave., died Nov. 29
grandfather, Rt. ..__.. _._ ..9t4., ..
._. I .lykJ r ae Is survived by two eons,
OF THANKSThe rome and Eugene Hayes a
laughter, Edna Hayes seven els-

r 4- family of the late ers Including Mesdames! Zeffa
Fu lino and' Katherine. Williams
CHARLIE. (Stltfle)
', ,e, .. wish ,to thank, the 'many friends nd a brother Leroy Rtchprd
.-- --'" ion.
for a.l kindness shown them in

RACHEL JANE RUSSELLwho their hour of bereavement. Jones
r Aaron D. z, Nathaniel Patterson of
Thanks also to Rev. '
departed. this .life November Hall for his sympathetic under- 7726 NW 12th ave., died Nov.

14, 1960.Servant standing 'and to the entire staffof M ?8. He Is survived by his wife
of God well done .the Francis Funeral. Home. k"k Beatrice and "two daughters. Ser

Thy glorious war-fares past Special thanks for 'their efficient k : vices will be held: Saturday at

a a The battle's fought the' race is and helpful service. 10 a.m. in the chapel.

won I Mrs. Leila Young D '
And thou art crowned at last And Family sr James White of 1759 NW 5th
0 happy, happy soul s r.t ct., died Nov. 29. He is survived -

i In ecstasies or praise yr'a by his wife. Lee Ana, two
Long as eternal ages roll a' brothers William and Otta
I Thou seest thy Saviour's face IN MEMORIAMIn t White, and three sisters Me*.

We will always cherish your dames Mary, Lou Jordon, Azle
I, ,memory.. sad but loving! memory of Williams and Effle Scabber.
q ll. : Calvin Russell,. husband my dear ,husband, %;
I' Mrs. Aurella Major, and i-j Oscar Addison Brennan, nf''

Mrs; Jennie 'Harris, ,' w' 1632 NW 6th .ave, died Nov 30
F k 1 daughters 4F 3 He is', survived by three daugh

r William Saunders of 1961 NW tens Miss Elena'Drannan and

CARD OF THANKS 4th court died Nov. 24. Service. Mesdames Erma Bell and Helen

I will be held at St. Mary's W M. Austin ,and two sisters, Mesdames

t'' The family of the late Church on Dec.' 2 at 2 !ip.m. with Cathalean Basden and
Victoria Brennan.
Rev. E. A. Culmer officiating
r "m f11WILLIE ," The body will be on view in the
chapel Friday. It will be at hit William Stlbblns 2745 NW'56th
home 6:30 Saturday morning st., died Nov. 30 He '8 ifvived -

1'__ '1"';' _......__,'T......_. ":'_ f + Survivors are his wife Mary, 3 by his wife Cora Lee 3
REV. PHILLIP B. HEROTJT daughters Mrs. Marion Forres sons, Wl'-Ham Jr., Leroy and
ttr, Mrs. Verdell Wright and Berry. Arrangements are In..
who' passed to the Great Beyond : ; Mre.! Carolyn Lewis. His moth. complete.

_ December,. 1955. f.alMINTON r, Mrs. Marlon Saunders six
May he rest in peace and light. brothers, Harold Lawrence. Linda Eve daughter of Air;

perpetual, shine upon', him Clarence, Edward, Peter and and Mrs. Cyril Eve of 5100 NW
Mrs. Jane Herout, wife i arx Reglna.d Saunders two sisters 19th ave., died Nov. 28.. Service!;

The FamilyCARD !\IN. JIattle, Stirrup and Mrs. were conducted In the chapel

Carolyn Knowles 10 grand. Thursday,

OF THANKSThe Ar children.

I Edward Bailey Jackson of Richardson .
'. family of the late 16525 NW 22nd ave. died suddenly

....__...__.. ,l _I' I Thursday Nov. 23. Ser Benjamin S. Felder of 235
I Ices were held in the chapel on NW 10th st., died Nov. 25 at
MONROEwho Tuesday Nov. 28 at 8 p.m. with Lantana Hospital. Services were

departed this life November Rev. Aaron Hall officiating. The held at Greater Bethel AME

30, 1960. body was shipped to Cleveland Church Nov. 29. He leaves to
Ohio for final rltea. Survivor
mourn a wife, Thelma mother
May he rest in peace. a ,
Loving wife May Monroe ire a sister, Mrs. Dalsey Johnson Mrs. Hannah Felder two sisters,

Mother and Faither-in-law a brother Walter Walker. Mrs. Helen Jefferson! and Mrs.

And Daughter Bessie ;Jenkins two brothers
I Franklin B. Nix. 1871 Wilmington Patrick and Rev. S. E. Felder of
BUSH St., died Nov. ,25. Ser Jacksonville
i. wish to thank their many frlenda vices will be: held' In the chapelon -

,for their ''kind gestures and sym. Dec. 2 at 10:30 a.m. ,with, Ronn4eLee Irk; died Nov.'

f pathy rendered during their hourof fight T8 Rev. Hall "ofneb1ii g. The bodyis 26. Services were held Nov. 30from

bereavement. Special thanksto on view Jn the .chapel. Survivors the chapel. He Is survivedby
,the Church of God of Prophecy Include' bW father Thomas, his mother three sisters Regenla -

Bishop Arnold Demerette stepmother1. Mrs.* Helen Nix:, Lee Arlln| ..and'' Alberta
pastor and to the Oscar Range two brothers,. ',/William and two brothers James and
.. Denver
Funeral Home for Its excellent Thomas Nix a 'sister Mrs. Eliza- grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.

service. lfyTHANK beth Johnson/, Dump and and Lorena Kirkland,
F n
The Bush
four four
JohnMcKentle o 3522 Williams uncles aunts.

YOUThe 1 11 Ave died Nov. 20. Services Dublin Williams of 1229 NW

were held at St, James BaptistChurch 1st court died Nov. 26. Arrangements .
1 1 In Coconut Grove Nov
are incomplete.
members of ,the Friendship 30. Survivors are two nephews

.. Garden and Civic Club wish to Alexander<< McKenzie and Harry -e of
-- --------------- Robert 14250 NW
their hearty thanks to McKenzie a sister Mrs. McKen-
SAMUEL GEORGE express 22nd court died
DEACON Nov. 28 He will
make hi
FERGUSON each of you who helped ale of the Bahamas an aunt'Mrs. be shipped to MUlen Ga. for
their Harvest Sip the success thatIt Lou McKenzIe a cousin, Internment lIe'
; wish (to express their thanks and was on last Sunday evening at Mrs. Ellen Wallace Llllie : aTes a wife,

i' deep appreciation for kindnesses the well.appointed home of Mrs. Jonel.MONROE Mae.. his mother, Mrs. India

shown during his Illness and for Lucille Reed. They particularlywish
marks of sympathy shown dur to express their appreciation I Use Christmas Seals ,Joseph Leslie 2155 5th ,ave.,

lug their bereavement. Special to those who participatedon died Nov. 27. Arrangements are

thanks to the pastor, officers the program, and to the many Incomplete., Survivors are four MUSIC HOUSE
and members of Temple Baptist friends who shared In makingthe daughters. Mrs. Olivia Lavarity,

Church, the neighbors and tea a memorable one. Catherine Bush; Mrs. Mary And Church Furniture
friends of 23rd are and 56th .t The next meeting of the club Alice Woodside'and Mrs. VIr-
Support the Fight for ginia Gunning, four son, Walter -
the Range Funeral Home and to will be held on Dec. 2 at the Supply
Ervln and' William
'II, all others who helped to lighten home of Mrs. Sally Mason. 3110 Freedom and, Leslie sister 820 NW 3rd AvenueGet
Eugene Wilson ,
our burden by words and deeds. NW, 60th St. four 1063 Commentaries
F Miss Marie Leslie aunt Mrs.
y.. 7fiCfi wifeJabhcthLFerguson Mrs. Ion Dukes president Join Your NAACP ,
!.Zora Ferguson! father, i Mrs. Eartha Styles, reporter Sophie Winder of Nassau_ Call evenings f .wTHE

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FOR RENT1':" :t1.QDS 9 J.,'qol1.HFR:NW. Hnd,Jl.OM St. $1S,60,.oa. 2:,fetal ldta 1391:..NW .42 rid': si IAJ BEN-KORI,! REALTOR'. Dr.Alfred Geroriemus ." .t 11.

:Drlce, |2tOQ( down. ., .
I:ti : 1 i ; 2644 NW 62nd St. Dr. Clement Geroneraus-, j
ROOM cottages, stores ap4, $15,500 total price
water turn abed.... 919 wnUf. ;(115; WAUL 1IEATER. 'like nh; OX Announce the opening of office
569 NW Sta.St. KJl. 7-J90J.J;,.. :$1'2.00. also 'gas floor ti rliae. ,' $2,000 down 1-9372 for the practice of dentistry,>*t: I"
t for largehouse, $100 told felt 10035 NW 22nd Ave OpA Lotto: ';
3,ROOi M+ HOUSE. Furnished.:, $X* on In time to 'reliable party. .UQIR ; Why paY.rent,.any more? Office hours OtSO p.m. to 102 09. \ -
eekly. Call E.; Picard.:.Rental :perfect condition OX, 1.7987, p.m. Monday thru Saturday,
FR 7-2902/ V .. _. ,Christmas specials. Move in Wednesday and Thursday 8s 89, ,/
Agency. -- t 2 nmnnOoMFRAME House. "N6t. Iliit):fcesi )tfdni t **" .' ." a.m. to 12 noon.
----- 4 3 DII.oJ
2368' ,
BEDROOM APT Largo, rooms, NW 69th St.' Needs repair now -
2 lag
refrigerator a fceaqtltul $80 down $60' monthly. .'
stove partment. 4190. NJV 3 nd.a..e., Pried 1st St.19,800.,; Owner'' 1120 //3W ORA :D. TAYLOR Nice CfcS corner has large fleas LOOKING FOR! "
garage, Fla. porch, taBO '
FURNISHED 1 bedroom ,apart '2 .REALTY d wn. That's) all. 908 month. MARY GREEN that worked .
afore, -refrigerator ( HOUSE. Only $103 down. '49.BO total. Cute
large rooms ;
ment J150 : for Mr. Sandier on (A*
dawn I
4190 NW 32n49'Are.APARTMENT. tn |60 per month. Pan' 4208 NW 7th Ave. cottage, ideal for retired people.
Realty flJOO'.tfttV- '17th aVe Small estate for, professional Gorce Drive, Miami Beach.
One bedroom;* $15 1 !' Miami,. Florida peO]) Delightful to see. A real Please call this number I
rRtOU IRFj" refrigerator 1 bargain.Open. .:
190 NW 32ttd. area E..1j.I 4fke FR 39151. .1. :
uewybnly 30, ;
e" | Freezer Beautiful Homes For Sale
OWE BENT: in town.tfltf. .1619.top', .shelves. .on. the door across.OXA Sunday at 12 noon VERY IMPORTANT
H WW ,. 1 Beautlfnl corner with two
apartm htt. $ <- "
edroom :1
47th St. .' *" . homes. 4700 NW IBth Court. N25. D2. .
W j.:'u ViACANT., ,Move right in ,12, bed- beautiful' lawn. Price 914,000,
MODERN furnlshfd ',ropm' with rOQm :CIIS. arporte ,$300 down 92,000 d wn. Monthly terms arfAngod. > ,"
yourself .In $76 month; One 6%, No qualifying, one rnort.
kitchen mortgageJOB
use lean of place. Call OX 14864. for Realty..baanc( :PL .4'.!Phillip 484. Yagman. gage payment OPEN DAILY/ UNTIL SOLD0 .:'

A Dream Home ..
3 BEDROOM APT. $16 week. GARDNER. 1024 WANTED Nw C8th 3 bedroom, two baths, b .Ut.ln -
2345 NW 66th St. PL ; Terr- kitchen
10108. Florida room, large

EFFICIENCY APT, for 1 or 2people. living 830 NW room 50th, spacious St. Total closets. 1221 NW 50th Street. '

Furnished, $11 week. WANTED 18000. 9125 month. price
Electricity furnished 6238 NW r 0-
24th court. See 1020 and 1034 NW Slat
Rhythm and Blues Terr. A working man's paradise MUST BE SOLD THIS MONTH

i BEDROOM In private home, Combo Price $l ,OOO, 9105 per month. J. ,
urnlshed, hot and cold water, All new and modern. .'
very quiet. Twin beds. Call NE Nicest duplex in Manor Park area. Price greatly reduced *
49994 7 a.m. to 6 ip.m. 2491 For the Star Light LoungeFor For that spacious, modern home
see 2215 2023 NW 50th St. '
NW 59th St; information call Steve Price 917,000, 98,000 cash, for quick sale. No reasonable offer refused. 2 .;;

2 NICELY FurnlsheJ rooms, 9125 per month. I I : '

full) use of kitchen, couple or FR 9-9430 Neat cottage with 2 bedrooms, bedrooms each side. One side furnished, ..- 1' ,side ,:,
single, no children, reasonable, \
living room, tile bath, plenty of ",.-:
1130 NW 65th St. ) H
beautiful room and a centrally air conditioned. \. .. .. >)
yard at 1250 NW 41st
2 EDROOM APT Stove and re. For Rent St. Total price 913,500. Low ,: ....,l..

frleerator furnished, quiet 5820 NW 17th Ave. monthly, FIIA home. O .,
ghborhood. NE 43259. w
Business zoning.. Suites 1 & \
These homes are seen by :
:2! BEDROOM HOUSE furnished. 3, can be rented for home :
appointment. Call 759.5221
Located In Pcrrlne. For Information and business. Suitable for EDISON REALTY'
call FR 92059.BDAUTIFUL or CE 54246.
office, appliance repairs
Furnished room, locksmith, foto and letter, 'ORA D. TAYLOR REALTY 175 NW 62nd St. PL 1.2441'LOVELY

private entrance, private bath, service, many others. Ileg. Heal Estate Broker .
walk In closet with windows,
wall to wall carpet. 1855 NW Call Louis, OX 1.5761 or 4208 NW 7th Avenue3Bedroom .. J/
G9th St.FURNISHED. NE 5-6032 for appointment
APT., nice big ---- ---_____ .__ ------c.. __ ; _
yard, reasonable, call OX 1.2426. CBS HOMES, ;.

FURNISHED 2 bedroom house. CBS Home I '
Ideal location. 727 NW 64th St. Look what $500 cash will buy .
PL 80792.
Corner lot, fenced in Sprinkler system, hardwood
No extra charges)
for a nice man or lady. floors, tile roof.Owner .

For information call NE 4-8594 .... --.r w ....- '..
or- come by 671 NW 19th Ate will paint home to suit buyer I
FfRNISHED- 4321 NW 11th Court

privileges NE 45025.ROOM cooking $550 Down $85 Month

-- 3 bedrooms; ,,2 Fla. rooms, hardwood floors., awnings, ,

FP'"IENCY, furnished, tree TOTAL PRICE $14,500Open r ,
utilities. 1168 NW 61st St. PL fence, lovely' landscaping. t j
13360. Near store and buses
26 p.m. daily ,I" -- .

DUPLEX beautiful 2 bedroom APT. Large, Fla., room very 955 NW 7&h. ,Street '.., I 1136 NW 46th Street
A 1 electric kitchen. Adults *; & "
only. 'S
Unfurnished. 1090 NW 51st St. You may. live tree ,in,this house and.,have income:; 1,/, 5 bedrooms, 2 baths, extra large home on oversized
Shown: by appointment only. Ph. mortgage, only fi .i' : '*"" lot. near everything. *
6:13-2061. j : :
44 r
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LOOKING FOR A 110OM a* nice t, .

as your tactUtfe.t hotel and room rates with cheaper cookIng ?- McNICHOLAS REALTY ,-: ". >; ', 770 NW' Slat Street

Call ox 1'4864, 7927 N.W.. 7th AvenuePL Lovely home on 2 lots. First time offered. Will be 4

CLEAN FtJRNIIIED Room. Prl- sold today, Only $500 down. 'No extra charges.
rte; home telephone, television. 1-7592 PL 4.8853
and cold water Call. PL -
Aak for Clara. 1I I.
NW 69th Street
;g I I .1 2990
And up' Quiet 'Ia.en d
well kept J009/ NW *ntrrAye. icM4E SAii3061 bedrooms fence awnings huge lot. Only
<'all Fa 94859 or OX 15343. I FOR 3 corner, ,
$76 per ,
nEAv11F "
'L, ROOM .
h ome. In prints N.W. 70th Terrace .
Homeike atmosphere. 5'-.
1826 NW 55th St. Phone NE Open Sunday 2-6 p.m. .
a-27fO. Beautiful 3-bedroom, 2 bath, built in kitchen, 1 year 760 NW 75th Street

small cash down. FHA terms. ,-"' .
young, A-l.,.
ROOK, nice home and neighbor Gorgeous CBS large rooms, Fla. room" garage.
"hood.15th St.1 block to bus and Jitney. 1424 N.W. 55th Terrace shape. $68 per month. -..

NE 4-6310. Open Sunday 2-6 p.m. ..', I
IIOUS 2 bedroom also >turn Ishd Large bedroom, 2 bath, large Florida room'low' "-

apartment near'Orand Way- down payment *: 820 NW 76th Street
easonable. 1276 .1
" NW 55th St. r A mMBW "

PRIVATE HOME has for 1555 NW 51st Street '** 3 bedrooms, garage, huge back yard, 15 '''fruit -trees..
nice $77 per month. >
respectable I
w I ith working people Open 2 -.6 p.m.

'-2421. COoking ''Privileges. OX large 3 bedroom CBS, home. Hardwood floors, plusa ..

guest cottage. FHA terms '
Orchard Villa Store NEWS
l"allable doctors dentists, surv For these and many others

'ey?c.this Owner location MO : 5818 NW .12th CALL HARRY DENNY

71304. (The Broker That Works For You)

E. PICARD Action Realty Inc. 4600 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 4-0655

Rental Agency : PL 7-4544 i, (Open Sunday)
Rental collections; property 253 N.W. 79th St.
l Management real estate I ,
J NW 8th St. FR 7.2902 ._ -M 11 n J. "



; ',PAGE '14 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1961 Address Conferenceof


CITY Father T. R.

Church Cathedral had practising obeah falsely pre- Gibson, president of the Miami. VOTERS ESTABLISH TWO tainment. The guarantee is nee
u capacity congregation on Sun tending he could give good luck. NAACP, will address religious dull moment.
_1'' day,' Now 6" at a special thank His ,bad luck cost him $14 and hewas leaders from nine states here

living service In commemoration bound over. week. Despite the email arid disappointing Both the FAMU and the Jack

t 'it the centenary of the city of The militant Miami clergyman turnout, in the run-off son State'' College teams will be
Nassau and of the Diocese of Strachan 70 knownas faces six months in jail and a
William fine for, refusing to follow election on Tuesday voters of MI- special guests at the dance. Other .
_% Nassau and the Bahamas. The "Kaknacka, and Bernice $1,200
Governor, government officiate Kemp, 29, drowned on Nov. 16, a directive from a Florida ami 'established what may easilybe key personnel of both colleges
ind ministers of other denominations when a boat they and two others legislative committee to verify called two unique records in will also be present.

along with Anglicansfrom were in, capsized at Little Harbor from a membership list certain Miami's City Hall politics.In Admission to
all parts of New Providence Androa. The bodies were persons as NAACP members. the dance is
were present. The Rt. Rev. D. R. recovered and taken to MangroveCay The workshops will concentrateon the firstplace the voters $1.30 and for table reservations
Knowles, Lord Bishop of Antigua for burial. church action against job eeected: the first woman ever you may' contact the Mary Elizabeth
preached the sermon; and discrimination and the impor- chosen to the commission -- in Hotel at FR 4.8105. Advance
the blessing was given by IU. The Nemesus Temple No. 76 tance of church support of the person of Mrs. Alice Wainwright tickets are now on sale
Rev., Spence Burton, Lord Bishop of Ancient Egyptian Arabic. Or- NAACP' membership acid finan a Coconut Grove attor at Travel Bureau and the
of Nassau. der Nobles of the Mystic Shrines, cial campaign. ney and mother, and in the sect Mary Elizabeth Hotel.
James E. Morley, local Illustrious ond place they named the youngest RATTLERS RECOMMENDEDFOR
On Monday three Bahamian Potentate, held its convention in man ever elected to the com
Deacons were ordained to the Nassau from Nov. 2126. Imperial Marie 'Visits mission David T. Kennedy, NORTH-SOUTH
Anglican: Priesthood at Christ Ca Potentate Booker T. Alexan Mackey who is only 27 years old. SHRINE GAME

thedral. They are Father of Mrs.Gilbert der of Detroit, and Dr. Leland Returning to our city for a Mrs. Wainwright defeated Cliff Jimmy Burns, Miami Herald
Thompson son
Corene Thompson and the 'late D. Francis of Cleveland, Ohio, business and vacation trip recently Horne, 15,490 to 8,012, and Sports Editor, in his widely read
William Thompson, and brother were in attendance. was Miamian Marie Kennedy lead William J. Owens column, ,"Spotlighting Sports" of
of Father William Thompson; Mackey who has resided and 'a labor man 13,611 to 10,120 for Wednesday Nov. 29 recommended -
Father Murillo Bonaby ot Crook. Nathaniel, Watkins was convicted worked in Upstate New York for the other seat. that the sponsors of the annual *
__ ed Island, and Father Irvin Mc- by a Supremo Court Juryon the last six years. The new commission was' or* North-South Shrine foot
Sweeney, eon of Mr. and Mrs. Nov. 16 of manslaughter: and Miss Maocey! Is employed by panlzed on Thursday at C 1 t y ball game should invite at least
,John McSweeney of Fort Fin was fined $70. Watkins was the City of New York as a department Hall. two members of Jake Gaither's
charged with causing the deathof head in an Agency for undefeated FAMU Rattlers
castle. They were all trained at to
Codrington College, Barbados. Leroy Harris during dangerous Dependent and Neglected Child The question of a woman on play in the annual contest on
.There are now 14 Bahamian driving on March 11 at ren She has under her super the commission has provoked Christmas night in the Orange
priests in the Diocese. Abaco. He is said to have been vision 33 men and women, and considerable comment throughout ;, Bowl. Burns made the recom
''I, driving at a high rate of speed 120 boys ranging in ages from the city' Some feel that it is mendation after learning that
making a 45-degree 1 bend when 5to18. a good idea and others see it aba Syracuse's Ernie Davis, who was
A large crowd attended the Harris was killed.Seventyone Just recently Marie was given handicap. That question will recently named America's most
Bahamas Musicians' Union Musical
an award for five successful be answered ,by and only, by time outstanding football player, and
Exposition at the Cat and
Haitian men and years of service with the Hill alone. In the meantime Miami who had been selected to play in
,Fiddle on the night of Nov. 5. women who had entered Nassau crest Center for Children.. waits to see.OnlGINAL the Shrine game, decided not to
The program featured prominent Illegally, were deported on Nov. She is a graduate Booker T. play in that event. Burns made
local musicians Fred
including 15. That. brings the Washington High School and CLASIO DANCETO hit
number recommendation
as a means
die and his orchestra
Munnings ,
Haitians deported this year up Bethune Cookman College.: She CAPTURE>> SPOTLIGHT of off-setting the loss of Davis
Mrs. Gwen McDelgan James
_ to 1,337. A few are still In cus received her master of social in the game.
Sweeting and Eric Gibson. Geo. : tody. work degree from Howard Unix The Original Classic Dance,
Moxey was M. C. verslty. which will be held this year at 'Says Mr. Burns: "There is no

His the Governor .Miss Mackey has expressed the beautiful Fiesta Room of doubt Florida A and M has two
,Funeral services for Rev. Pon- sheer and the Mary Elizabeth Hotel + ,
the John delight amazement at r n Dec or more players worthy of an
ties Adderley were held on Nov. officially opened new the physical and social changes! 0 is destined to capture' the entertainment invitation. Coach Gaither says
Woodcolc School Hospital Lane
5 at the Mt. Carey Baptist that are taking place in her spotlight of the entire this is one of his strongest
Nov. 13. The buildinghas
',Church, Fox Hill, where he was home town I Classic time. Rattler teams and ho thinks at
,pastor for 26 years. Bautlst eight classrooms, a staff least six of his
ministers I' room, store room, utility: room, Featuring music by the Famous
and members from allover drafted
I' 'by' the pro>>.
New Providence were In 'I four lavatories and the princi FAMU Collegians, plus another
attendance. The Rev. LeopoldCox I pal's room. The plans were In AppreciationDr. well: known band, pdtus asparkling "If the Rattlers are good
_ who drawn free of charge by Rob- floor show, the dance
succeedeed Rev. AdTderley enough for pro football, they'd
presided, and the eulogy I Johns and Mellch, and S. G. Nathaniel Colston wishesto will begin 'At 10 p.m. ,Saturday, certainly add to Miami's game."
,was delivered by the Rev. Enoch Williams was the builder. Mrs. thank the many friends who Dec. 0, and will run until B a.m.
Dackford. I C. R Walker la the 'principal.TOOTHACHE. helped to brighten his days in Sunday There'll be seven hours All I'll add to what Mr. Burns
the hospital. 'The numerous of continuous miWc'and enter has said U an emphatic "Amen."

_ A Supreme Court Jury on Nov. prayer services, cards, telegrams, .
7, found Eugene Mason guilty of phone calls, visits and beautiful:

"obtaining credit by fraud. He Von't suffer naadlessly. Cat speedy r.. flowers will long he remembered. Over 4,000 Customer s Can't be Wrong!
'was sentenced to 18 months' Im- Jtof from ll1ll" of toothache
was fast acting R i$ *SS These expressions of concern S.
''prlsonment. Mason was allegedto tees hi : I. Guaranteed; *' g\ have contributed, greatly towardhis R. 22' Written While You Wait
have passed bad checks to a II Money back.All drugstores. 'q'AltfNTI'==
and filled
recovery his mind
merchant at Georgetown, Exuma .
_ :in April, and to have been involved ship with and cheerful affection.thoughts of friend. Service First ..Iow..

In a land deal at Long Is $5.40Deposit

land. 1- ...11 I rT "" A ; .....k..._ I InsuranceAgency

j Irma Ferguson, 23, unemployed Starts your In
waitress, pleaded guilty to : TV Service Calls $L.50 I I snranco immedl.
cruelty: to her 7-ye -old son. She fttelf.

was charged with punishing the _
:vchlldjby' burning his hands and ,ALL MAKES-ALL MODELS I.LU8 PARTS Miami Op* Lock
feet with an electric Iron for
3497 N.W. 7th
,committing an offense. Becauseshe LARRY'S T.V. Ave. 16300 N.W. 27th Ave.
has two younger children' NE 5-6355 NA 4-6612

who would suffer, she was fined WE BUY SELL AND TRADE TV SETS !
only $14 or one month In prison.

j. 1 A group of taxi' cab drivers got Sell Used TVs on Credit

,. to a new gether union recently known and as organized the Col- 1551 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1-8024 Tare-Croft' School for Nurse's AidsTEN

?only Taxi-cab Association The 111111TTI 1.iiJlrr'iif iiT T lIT Tll T2
officers are G. A. Humes, president WE&KS COURSE
(, ; George Moncur, secretary;
tMichael Symonette Sr., treaaur-

the Earl Prison Qulldon at Fox, an Hill overseer, was arrested at- Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome

t; with obtaining on Nov. money 10 and'by charged fraud 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 42376SSS Have a Lifetime ProfessionFR

hand false:. pretences. Qulldon allegedly Tonic ............................ 1.45 Special Angel Skin 9-7357
pretended that a prison. Scott's Emulsion ................ .08 Hair Cream 2.50 size 1.25
: er had sent to his wife for $60 Blench Glow Cream ........ .75
I''In August, and that another prisoner Lax ton ...............?............... 1.75 plus tax : ( : -=- -:- _,

sent him to a doctor for 7-20 .,..............................-....... 1.75 old 07 Kergamont ." 'Wt'.t

$2.80 in September. His case Lanolin Plus Hair Groom ..........._....... 50
will be heard on Dec. 11.
a -- Liquid ........................ 1.75 Old 07 Pressing Oil ........ .05lo J i I
i Sampson Pierre was the victim Free Dolls ................ 1.08 to 12.08 NEW CUSTOM BUILT HOMES

,[of his own trickery in the Mag Gifts of all descriptions. Use our layaway
istrate's Court on Nov. 10. He
{[ was ,charged and convicted of OPEN DAILY & SUNDAY 8 A.1\[. to 10 P.M. Sold 35 already-Demand so great

J............................................... JOHN A. McMINN, Owner We have built more

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Register Your See 3062 N.W. 60th Street

Talented Child tfr $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $
Music, Dance or Art

i Fine Carver Arts Conservatory YMCA NEED MONEY ? :I $500 CASH ---$23 WEEKLY


... JEWELERS CALL 'I Milton Rothman

,t. EXPERT WATCII AND *> Ronald I. Baron if 2.4343 7287 S.W. 57th Avenue
CLOP REPAIRS Mortgage Broker mmm Phones MO 7-2561 or' MO 6-8407 I

r40: Years to Business 220 SUNNY ISLE BLVB\ | -r
'I W. WI -3566-fn
I work lEI
AH guaranteed ITAMT nF.\rn ..._ _1

303 N.W.t2nd Ave.
FR 3.0152'' I )- $ $ $ $ J '$ $ $ $ $ <,9 I: It has been proven Advertising pays off!

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.-, '.. ,- ., .,. .. :! SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1961 PAGE 15


: W E. Sims, pastor All members are requested to

Sis. Ruby Lee Carr, reporter make a special effort to attend '

to Sunday School . . 930Morning our last regular communion service -
worship . 11:00
me Evening worship . . .,:00 of 1961, this Sunday a.m.

DTU . ... i . . 6:30 During, the service we will receive *

Sunday we will observe regu a special congregational offering .

......... tar first Sunday communion eer for the United Fund
--- vice. Come and worship with us. drive.

I You are always welcome at our
of the Open Door I Rev BUcknell FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHOpa services. Children and youth will begin

(Congregational) rehearsing for the Sunday
Rev. H. C. McDowell pastor Returns to Rev. W J. Locka BAHA'I WORLD FAITH School Christmas program. This
McNcal reported Macon pastor will be special treat for kid
A. fc. a
St. James Mrs. Sara E. McRae Sec', Local members of the Daha'iWorld
dies and adults; and we expect to
worship 11:00 It was a beautiful for Faith who will attend theBaha'i
Morning day have a fine turn out for this
The Rev. J. Benjamin Black- Woman's Day. We enjoyed two State Convention, to beheld Christmas eve program.
Church School e e . e' 9t48 i poll, who formerly pastored in fine speakers, Mrs. Clarke and In Sarasota on Sunday, Dec
the Miami area for a number of Mrs. Scott. 3 are Mrs. Louise D'Taylor, This Sunday at 7:30 p.m.
Sunday, Dec. 4th Divine wor chairman of the North Dado ,
I there will be an evening service
years, was reassigned at the last The captains looked very beautiful .
of hew tteW
hip with Assembly and member of the
annual conference I of appreciation In honor of two
to St. James in yellow all made
bens and the Lord's Supper.< AME ChUrch of this city. Ref by the flower committee headedby Florida State Dept. of Welfare; patriachs of our church, Elder
Last Sunday the Women's Fellowship Mrs. Alice Evans teacher at Eddie Edwards and Elder Fred
B.ackhell: had
been Mrs. Ella
met after chufch.! :Miss at the Payne Baker, Barley and Phyllis Wheatley School: Miss Miller.
Chapel AMt Church West Manning.
Roberta president., Attdr Palm .
Marie Beach Oliver Alexander, executive director
prior to his
hey Johnson outlined plans tot here. reassignment I They were reported financial of ESCA; Mrs. Zllpha Certainly we are grateful to
the part that the women Wilt) ly, with tops Mrs. E. Ramsey, Sawyer of JESCA; Harold Gutn all the senior members of our
In the plans for our building The religious leaders and civic 2nd Mrs. E. Mack and third Mrs. yard, teacher at North Dad e congregation for their continued
fund pledge' drive that will organizations are happy to have A. McCoy. Chairmen Gloria Nelson Ilgh; Ezekiel A. Poltler and and longstanding loyalty.We .

table off In February of next him back. Welcome home, Rev. and Elizabeth Richardson expressed Mrs. Alberta Johnson of Opa feel that services and
year. Mrs. Rosa Stewart Is the Blacknell<< their thanks for the co Locka and George Savlee, The our
programs are improving and in
the women operation shown on this Wom.an' "
chairman of group. Miami Times' "Phil Ossofer.
The program of activities at vlte both members and visitorsto
This past week was a busy one the church ,has been revamped Day. Total raised 11,724.24. Miss Alexander and Mr. Savltt worship and work regularlywith
around tto church as the deacons and all departments have takenon will stop over at Ft. Myers to ua.
and deaconesses (boards met conduct a conference and public
new life. Last St.
Sunday's Matthew's
at 8 Trustee meetIng ser Freewill
Tuesday p.m. vices were beautiful meeting before the convention.
Thursday night and the jun. The morning service was to conducted behold. 2014 NW 6th Court

lor and senior choirs practice, entirely by the young people Rev. J. B. Woodley, pastor NEW BETHEL BAPTIST

Tuesday and Thursday.A with the young Rev Allen Turner Bro. Nathaniel Thomas, reporter
cordial welcome to all worshippers pastor of the Junior Church Sunday School . . 9:30: 1671 NW 68th Terrace SEE THE WORLD'S
to our church schooland Morning worship . 11:00 Rev Ernest Williams, pastor
charge, assisted by the officers GREAT SPIRITUAL
morning worship. of the Junior Church and YPCL 'I' . . ...... gjoo: Deacon Fred WI lIams, reporter'
Night eervlce . . . 7:00 Sunday School . . 10:00: AND PSYCHIC READER
the of the Youth De
TEMPLE BAPTIST sponsor Deacon J. B. Morning worship 11:00
Frances would:
partment. The theme of the like to .BTU . . .'. . . 5:30: BISHOP HUNTER
Rev. L. A. Thompson, 'pastor morning message, beautifully express the wonderful
Evening worship . . 7:00
Sunday School . . 9:30: treated by Rev. Turner was "God thanks to help putting over the If you Are sick or worried, don'tfall
Morning worship 11:00: Will Supply Your Every Need." Spiritual of Joy's anniversary. I to BOO mo today. Office hours

B T. 6:30: The youth choir, under the direction Last a Sunday spiritual Rev, West delivered GREATER ST. MARK P.B. dally 1 p.m. to 0 p.m. Thursday

Evening worship 7:30 of Mesdames Susie Smith was enjoyed by all.message that 1 p.m. to 0 1).m, Sunday 11 a.m.
Sunday the I
and Ann Smith thrilled our 1455 N.W. 53rd St.
r;rst Sunday services will be hearts as they sang out of their junior choir rendered the music Sis. Sarah Williams, secretaryRev to 8 p.m.
as usual. There' will be Covenantm souls. I for the morning service. F. L. Johnson, pastor READINGS
,cling during the morning and Sunday night the Rev Grover Sunday School . 9:30:
the Lord's Supper will be ad The evening message was delivered preached a delightful sermon. : Morning worship 11:00 '1.0e

ministered at both services. The by Rev. Theodore Roddy, Let us pray for the sick and : Evening worship . . 7:00
choirs will sing jointly.The assistant pastor, who chose as shuts ins'NEW DTU e:00 up
his theme, "The Treasures of ,
chairman and cochairman The Heart." It was thoroughly MT. CALVARY 44)OO1J 5417 8W 17 St.
for Women's Day are still enjoyed by his listeners. TV NOT WORKING Free esti
asking those who were not readyon Last Sunday terminated a Rev. W. P. Tarpley, pastor mate If you live In Liberty Cityor WESTHOLLYWOOD r
Sta. Ernestine Hart, reporter Drownsvllle, we will repairon
the occasion to make their
contribution. 'Tls better' late : special pledge effort made by 'Sunday School . . 9:30: credit Pay weekly, RowlncTV.
than but various members, which was very Morning worship . 11:00: 6952 NW 18th Ave. OX FLA. PROP HUNTER
never this Sunday Is
time; successful.We Evening worship . 700: 19426. Indf
a good
they say.
Invite you to come and
Parents. are urged to send worship with us Sunday, Dec. 3 in We would like to thank Rev, -- ---

their children on time to rehearse our Holy Eucharist. The morn Gallon and his members for

for Christmas. ing and evening messages will be their visit on Thursday, Nov. 23
at our fashion show. Also Rev,
delivered by the pastor. You are
MATTHEW TEMPLERev. cordially welcome at the Milton and his wife.

Daniel Prldgen pastor "Friendly Churchr/ We would like to thank our
own member cooperation.
Ruth R. Lucas, reporter "Friendly Church.
Sunday night our own pastor
Thanks to all visiting friendsand NEW BETHEL BAPTIST brought us the message His sub
members who contributed to ject was "Thou Art The Christ."

ward the success of the enter Sunday School . . 10:00: Let us visit the sick and continue
tatnmrnt of our district meeting Morning worship . 11:00B. to pray for the shutins,

hrld last Saturday by our Presiding T. U . . . . 6:30:
Elder A. Franklin Hoop Evening worship . . 7:00
er of Key West and district of- I

ficers, Mrs. Exle Hooper presl 1671 NW 68th Terrace
dent. It was truly a highly spl Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor SEE THE SOUTH'S

ritual meeting and encouragingto Deacon Fred Williams, reporter LEADING COLORED (
all for the schedule and program This Sunday the music will be yBCC DELIVCRY pRUG

for the conference year. rendered by the No. 1 choir. PSYCHIC READER !*WaHBP ieyW 4 TO

And the success of services Sunday morning the pastor delivered CONSULT HER-

Sunday. We were happy to have the message. We had HAROLD JOLLXVETTK. Manager
the wife and children of Willie many visitors who were welcom

Willlame, who is a faithful ed. Do come again.

member, and leader in various ,Deacon Williams wants every. PEOPLES DRUG STORE BARBECUEAND
capacities of our church and body to come out to prayer
city. Also Mr. and Mrs. John meeting. It helps you. The public LUNCHEONETTE

Chiles, who have returned to us la invited to attend our ser
from Ashvllle, N. C. Hopkins vices. 402 and 406 N.W. 8th Street FR 4-5874

Chapel AME Zion Church, and
works with us as faithful as if ST. PAUL A. M. E. Drug Store Bar-B*Que

at home. And and
brother our friend Rev. M. J. Fay son, pastor Specializing In prescription, FeAturing brrakfant, lunch
George Dean chairman
of the Mrs. Lee Gray, reporter of guide latent medIcines and sundries a_ dInner Old Hickory liar
trustee board of Cornish Let her yearn experience
Sunday School . . 9:30: life becno from 5 p.m.
Memorial AME Zion Church of Morning worship . 11:00: and protect you throughout Open dally 0:80: a.m. 12 p.m
Key West who contributed large Evening worship . . 7:00: M a lighthouse guide the buelneee ships Ir ""1., Bat. to It 00 a.m. Open Frl. Sat. to 3:80 a.m.
ly For In
to our financial efforts. a etorm. euccest
Our Sunday morning servicewas
Thanks to all for each service. M usual with our junior and love. Satisfaction Guaranteed Free Delivery

Matthew Temple Is on the march ushers in charge. The pastor will DON'T STAY IN THE RUT. GET
be expecting everyone to Love OUT
MT. CALVARY BAPTIST Feast Friday night. The pastor 000 SHE CAPS HELP YOU.

is asking all choir member to
Sunday School 9:30: sing tor the funeral of Mrs. Sa. Office Hour:
worship 11:00
brlna Cook to be held Saturdayat
B. T. 5:30 Thu,.. 9 '.m. "'
Evening worship 7:00: p.m. 7 p.m. 1895 N.W. 95th Street, Miami 47, FloridaNOTICE

Our Woman's Day total continues DAILYSunday
Sunday morning had a vis-
we to rise. There were 16
sting minister Rev. Lester C.
Albert. women who raised over 1100 :
with 1\fra. Bernice Woolen re S .
10 a.m. p.m.READING
Sunday night we had another porting 4825 for topi. w TO ALL NEW APPLICANTSAND
minister to speak to us. He was 5
Rev. Drltton from Bunnell. With the wonderful cooperation :

Tuesday night Dec. 5, the of these ladles and the other I 11.00 UP RETURNING STUDENTS
Deaconess Board is having a rope captain and clubs of the church

Jumping contest. The public is brought us a grand total of ZS Year Experience Application for Spring Semester, 1962, are now being
Invited to come. The price is only 9996.
26 cents The person who Jumps MADAMHUNTER accepted. Student who apply after December 4,

the longest will win a prixe. Please visit the flick and shut- 1961, will be limited In the courses they may select

We are praying our sick to in and take that friend to
nave a speedy recovery. church Sunday. For application blanks and catalog, write or come to

We were very happy to have 1657 N.W. 73rd ST. the Admissions Office, Dade County Junior College,

Rev. Britton. and Mrs. Britton Broadway MIAMI, FLA. I 1895 N.W. 95th St. 'DlChurch
with It's Here -
us. They came to spend Don't Write-Call In Person
their vacation and we are always FOR SALE
J? njJited to have them.

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ri t ;II, : ,'': Tuesday Cyril :MUler' nigh'bowled in the a Business 257 last :i Fashion on Parade, '2 bedroom*, large living,', room,. all tiled bath.(jaloujd -.*,

I !" 'kj It'' and Professional' Men's League See Miami Hostess Club present '.!< windows, double'sink, beautiful kitchen cabinets, "
I at Sun-IUse ;* I Its 6th annual Fashion on
t l Parade at the Knight Beat Club, refrigerator, electric, ,stove, utility room. A beautiful
'.1 Jordan Fleming has moved to Sunday, Dec. 3, 9 p.m. untUT .. .
Walter Dowe's Barber Shopmen Pembroke I Music by Dizzy Jones Dand'andFrank hone, $25.X. { ) week'o/I *, ''. *. .' 7'
1 ,I w --dr -- ......._.............- : Road. He Is no :onger barbering $1.50. Dubois Combo. Admission '." : ", '
j 4: at the old: shop. I II
The CWH Chamber of Corn
merce will meet at its building 5530 NW 23rd Avenue
Monday, Dec. 4, Members are I ,

r, asked to be present. 1 1t DREAM HOMES '.Mo'.t, n". .

Star Light Lodge 642 meets
Friday, Dec. 1 at the Masonic : .f
Temple. DRIVE BY .

dale celebrated his 22nd birth
day on Nov. 25 at his home. CORNER NORTHWEST 3 bedrooms, 2 baths: and Fla. room
Order now being taken' on choice lots
Earl Edge i Is being congratu- 22nd Ave. & 154th St. .;
friends on the>
lated by his many Easy Terms,
1 opening of hid Washington Park
Tavern in Fort Lauderdale. Lots i -- If interested call between hours 5 and 8 p.m.
of luck to Earl and Maggie. I

Christmas BazaarA 'Brand New Homes -'Save Money! O. C. WYNNE

bazaar will be held on Dec. Deal Directly With The Owner Big Discount! .
.; 1 and 2 at Tot's Town, 14680 !
Bethune Drive, Richmond lIbta.i Owner at 1430 N.W. 59th Street
i, The bazaar sponsored by tho I
Richmond Heights Woman's Open Sunday 2-5 p.m.
Club will; feature hand made "Cream of The Crop"flOMES
articles, including aprons, pillows 2161 NW 59th Street 1318 :NW 72nd Street
pot holders and other gift
items. Use your property as a down payment
Refreshments will bo served at ,
the bazaar' which will ,begin at Cash paid for your vacant land
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