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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: December 9, 1961
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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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TRMFOItA MUTANTUU KT NOS MUTAMUU IN ILLIS ...

'' THE TIMES ARE CHANGED AND WE ARE CHANGED WITH THEM '


39TH YEAR, No. 16 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9;' 1961 .{ 18 PAGES Price lOc"





I 50,000 To See Rattlers s 57|Colleges- Admitted to





Battle Jackson In Classic Southern AssociationThe



NATIONAL TITLE everyone 'be made happy and enjoy ,( Southern Association! of -
themselves has given the Colleges and Secondary Schoolson
nationally famous 132pieceFAMU MaU r Thursday! admitted 57 Negro versify in bur ,,region without regard .

AT STAKE band the task of entertaining colleges, universities and to race.

the light of heart who Iky junior colleges to full member- "Thh means In effect that in
All roads will lead to the Or- may forget that this entire delightful ship In Us final leJ! lon at the the college and university worldof

ange Bowl Stadium Saturday spectacle Is centered Fontalnebleau Hotel on: Miami the South there will be no

night, where an anticipated around a great: football g ,me. Beach more second rate citizenship."

60,000 eager fans will pack them- So whatever you enjoy most, Florida) A and M University,
selves into this famous oval to whether it's the best band in w{? eI Tallahassee The move opened a new era
Bethune CookmanCollege
be present and get a bird's eye the )land or a never-to-be-forgott' ; ,of equal opportunity in all Institutions -
Daytona, And Florida N
view of one of the greatest: displays ten football game, pile Into the and I, Memorial College, St of higher learning in
of Negro football talent Orange Bowl Saturday night and Augustine are Included. the }1 Southern states in which
ever assembled on the gridiron.The have fun.Boy I the association acts as an ac

unbeaten and Dr. William Hugh McEnlry Jr., I crediting .agency, he said
mighty un
dean of Stetson University and
tied FAMU will play
Rattlers new president uf the association,
host ,to the highly rated Jackson- ChokesTo said:

State Tigers of Jackson, Miss., RANDOLPH I
and playing host,. Is as far as "The association has now pre.

any semblance of play will go. It Death On :, SPEAKS HERE pared itself to render Its complete I
is no secret now that after tho ,i I service to every college and unl- i
dispensation of the usual pre- / SUNDAY

game formalities and the pig- Bubble Gum

akin is put up for grabs that 'f I A. Phillip Randolph. Interna
J these two champions in their respective GOOD BEHAVIOR
Two-year-old Larry .aander8' tfonal Vice President of the AFL-
leagues will settle down pronounced dead Tuesdayon CIO, La attending the annual J t
was
to do battle in warlike fashionto
arrival at Jackson Hospital meeting of that organization ; PAYS OFFGood
determine who is the rightful '
this wee r on Miami Beach.
where his mother, Nettle, was
owner of the title of champion Mr. Randolph has been fight
recovering from uurgery. His behavior wo amply re
"
of 61The aunt, Mr a. Lora Grayson, of '339 ing for years to eradicate "Jim. warded Wednesday to a prisoner

Rattlers are favored by 20 NW 13th St with whom he had crow" and discrimination from who was doing a 12-month

points, but who knows. been staying, gave him a piece the labor unions. stretch In the county jail for

The Rattler have parlayed a of bubble gum. for being a good Sunday at 3 p.m. a mammothmass breaking and enterIng

well balanced line, fleet footed boy. meeting will be held at the Alphonso McPherson, whose
backs and Coach Jake Oaither'a Mt. Zion Baptist Church. Mr.
17 years of FAMU experience to When the aunt saw him wriggling Randolph, recognized as one of last address was 1466NW
>
69th Tt rr., has been in jail
produce the biggest scoring team on the floor, she rushed the finest orators on the American
since Feb. 7. While there he be-
ever, striking at their opponentstor the child to a drugstore, then to scene, will share with his
nearby doctor's office and thento came a cook, and co good waj
492 and a
points, grudgingly audience what has been accomplished
his behavior that he madea
was
doling out only 25. the hospital. and what can be gainedif
trusty and the data for his re
The Jackson Tigers on their Then;,of flee of the medical ex we fight together for our lease was shortened! by several

I' march to the Southwest Athletic' amtner said that the piece of rights. months,

: Conference championship were bubble gUm bad 46dged over"the Tuesday : night one -of his MISS FAMU' Charming Faye

only detoured briefly by Southern ,windpipe- .and' choked him to JFK ORDER TO children died The sheriff, gave Gary of Ocala, a nursing seniorat '
University 17-7. but Coach death. him Florida A and M University
$25, the Jailors $5, the court
,Big John Merritt expects to will reign over Orange Blossom
Leon Zanderu, the boy's fatherIs BAR BIAS IN bailiff took up a collection of
have his
Tigers eras that mark
Classic festivities when the
'from their a waiter at the Casablanca 119 I) for him, and someone got a
over FAMU.Coach .memory with a win Hotel, Miami Beach. HOUSINGGovernment Job for him as cook in a cafeter Rattlers meet the Jackson State

la. Wednesday morning he was College Tigers Saturday night In
Galther asked to name
,an outstanding player on his official in Wash released by Judge Gene Williams. I the Orange Bowl Stadium,
said that the draft of a
(triple) squad, remarked, "That Classic on TV SundayThe ington
proposed White House, order to
h the secret of this 61 team,
discrimination In most
It's great balance. We have few, Bonded Rental bar racial
Agency aided housing has
i if any individual stars, but we federally
will sponsor a portion of a spec- President
reached the desk of
I have the fastest and biggest line ial television showing of the Orine -
Kennedy.
in _history and never before ha
a backfle'd' been able to match Blossom Classic football Housing officials emphasizedthat

.' this one in speed. game. The game will be shownon decisions on the final formof

The Orange Blossom Commit. Channel 10 Sunday at 12 the order and when to IssueIt

tee, wanting to be sure that noon are up to the President They 1's's t t4 tf1
predict that the Chief Executive '

may do so before Congress meets
4 t January 10
I
It was reported' that tho drift

order, PH presented, would pro-
; N w hibit discrimination In public

f 1 h
nt< \M r housing for the elderly) and
'4 a yA homes whose mortgares RrA 'In

cured by the Federal Housing Administration

/ I ji or guaranteed by
n I r J -. y thA Veterans Administration
7y -
J The order would cover loans

financed by federally supervised
lenders, such as savings and

ti roan association, except for con,?

Tcntlonal loans made-- by com,.
Inertial banks. :: =
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titi- Whether tb>.jrptfntrritflfr eaj?'
J. "ntor"o 'antlejf ,,' nt'fi R l lbs.Jft( J' yI

syns: wbdre'.; ifa-jEwfir 4nt.ai. C
1. 4 m..rdy regula.'{the- fnlllfurtfltf y r r.J
r
which makes the mortgage loan,
It.. t is n touchy legal.A'area in which a i 1

LLs'I a compromise. written I 91,

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The four charming FloridaA al representative from Dallas,
and M University coeds above will be hosts at the affair. I LABORNegro

hostesses at the
will serve u
Orange Reading left to right. De'ores union representative
Itepsl.Cola'lponllored
Kickoff Lunch prarson, Jacksonville; Miss Senior attending the AFL-CIO convention -
Blossom Classic
''on held In the 29-year old event ; Delores Hodgins, Tampa at Miami Beach this week, A group of distinguished MIamlsns I AFL-CIO Thureday,
Mtss Freshman; Barbara Wil have demanded that President gathered In the law officeof
8. 1:45 at the Knight Beat
p.m. Top panel pictures Dr. Edwin
llama, Jacksonville bliss Sopho. head campaignto .
Meany a Wednesday
George Atty. Henry Arrlngton
Club of the Sir John Hotel. This
,.
Shirley Dr. J O. Drown Pres.
more; and Clara Blackshear, Tallahassee discrimination in
will be the initial kIckoff luncheon end racial night to meet Andrewhatcher
James Nabrit of Howard University
Miss Junior.
held In tse 29-year old event the labor movement assistant press secretary Dr. I. P. Pavls. Mr. Hatcher
which has developed Into the Frank Love, famous major Clarence Robinson of NewYork to President John P. Ken. and Dr. E. A. Ward.
.. nation's1 top Negro promotional league baseball executive, .is M- *, vice president of the Re- nedy who accompanied him on
event Julian Nichols of the nected to be one of the many tall, Wholesale and DepartmentStore his vleitto Miami to address the Bottom panel shows Municipal

Pcpsi-Cola Co., New York, and "name" personalities in at tin- Worker Union, and repre' national convention of the Judge John Barrett, Mr. Hat

'r. .. George Brown, southern region- dance: at the \JnclifOD Continued on page 4 Young Democrats and the cher and Atty, Arrlngton



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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA Meharry President .. DRAPE SII I'


PAGE 2 SATURDAY DECEMBER 9, 1961 Here SundayThe BRUCE DECORATORS


alumni of Meharry Medl- FREE ESTIMATES

col Co lege will hold an organizational PRE-XMAS SALE
d and campaign kick-off

I meeting Sunday, Dec. 10, in the DRAI'ES CARPETING SLIP COVERS RBtTPHOLSTERlNa
Miami International Airport Ho
r k Phone for decorator to help you in your home
tel at 1 p m.

Dr. Harold D. West, presidentof Phone NA 4-5738
tor our '52 Dodge! the college will be the featured Term Arranged
People affair which
But speaker at the
not to be outdone and witha
THERE WAS a big squabble i desire to replenish our bare, will officially open Meharry's $20
going on over In Ontario Canada freezing compartment we have million development: campaign in .DRAIPESService 1t
Monday night In which the accepted several Invitations to the Miami area.

police were not allowed to halt. other choice fishing spots One Walter H. Boyd, alumni secre r e! I l l! I.! 1
The mele starred two prominentmen from Rev. J. B. Blacknell to go tary will also be present to out-
in the art of self defense to Palm Beach County and fish
line the expected role of the
One Gibson, Llpston or Jltson, Lake Okochobee and one from alumni in the development plans TV CallsALL SI.50
we don't remember his name was Charlie North to ride down to and to Install the newly elected
the second feature on the closed the Keys in his new '62 station chapter officers.
TV program, so naturally he performed wagon and fish the bridges. MAKES-ALL MODELS PLUS T'SLARRY'S
first just before the star Chairman and co-chairman of
of the show, Floyd Patterson, : Now, if you flshertnen ready the Miami alumni chapter are:
the knuckle king of the world, want a good place to fish I'll Mrs. J. O. Brown and George T.V.
for his dance. guide you there for a reasonable
came on :
Slmpeon.
price 18th ave. to Bro. Smith's WE BUY SELL AND TRADE TV SETS

It's a managers' and promoter Fish emporium! RADIOS, HI-FI AND STEREO REPAIRSWe
devilish scheme that these Grambling Voted
Sell Used TVs Credit
on
two gladiators should meet to Places. I
decided who shall rule the roost. 1551 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1-8024
This Giston, a ,powerful giant of FOR WE'UNS HERE In this Tops in UPI ,
Pa., playing second fiddle In the segment of the community this P r ? I. iJ Tt 1BARKLEY'S
weekend has 'become to be knownas
show, must have wanted to show j Cage Poll
"Pre-Christmas Holiday
Senor Patterson what to expect
Weekend" when the dandles put
should! they waltz together one By COLLIE J. NICHOLSON
on their <*ilk threads and the
nlpht. LIn!'ton stopped his show
coiffure arttrts are beating the CUT-RATE STOREThe
early In the first scene when he"killed" Grambling La. The United
female skulls in a frenzied rush
off the villain and witha Press International hoard of
masterful exit he strode off for Classic Time. One may cra*k coaches selected Grambling College Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome
"Mso about our dudes and dolls
the stage. but they really put on the dog;- of Louisiana as the basketballteam nation's 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376
Shortly after, the star of the and such needle work they display No. 1 small college

chow sauntered out In a self at the Oranre Bowl! in its preseason poll re SSS Tonic ........?.................. 1.45 Special Angel Skin
confident manner, bowed and accepted Reasonably sedate at we"are, leased Tuesday Scott's Emulsion ................ 08 Hair Cream 2.50 size, 1.25
the applause gracefully, we find ourselves caught In the mooch & Glow Cream .... .75
went to his corner and did a prac. undertow and swept out in the second Tennessee in the State voting was conductedby a close Intone:: ....,.,......................... 1.75 pins?? tax

t're Jig In some dirt in a pan. deep with the rest. Ah Fiesta! a board composed of coaches 7.20 ..........................,..........., 1.75 old 07 Bergamont
the sound of
lie wheeled at a
cow bell, came and met hlfl dancing Simplicity is our attitude. But from each of the seven geogra Lanolin Plus Hair Groom ...?.....??.?... 50
when the first band In the
partner, twisted and waltzed I nasses and the beat of,the parade drums phical sections of the country. Liquid ........................ 1.75 Old 07 Pressing Oil ........ .65loz.
for three minute Intervals. I run our blood hot, then' It's on< The UPI ratings are generally : Free Dolls .......?....... 1.08 to 12.08
The idea was, it reemed, was to Tack.. Some of our big thrills of recognized as the most authoritative Gifts of all descriptions. Use our layaway
slap each other in the puss If he I Classic time J is to meander up to of the numerous basket-
should try to embrace you. Anv- the press room in the Sir John ball polls. OPEN DAILY & SUNDAY 8 A.M. to 10 P.M.
how the dance WM over early.
and renew acquaintances with JOHN A. McMINN, Owner
Mr. Patterson stopped the mdalc "ome of the most prominent Grambling: Is the defending

cause he always seemed, to begetting sport personalities in the nation, NAIA national champion. The n ilIf- ._ ftf....& ''F'P''I .--.1'11. V"r: "SI N
In the way. And anyway and shake hands again with tall Tigers are loaded with so
in the fourth scene and the pa. sport reporters from our out much talent that even Coach
trons went elsewhere for enter. standing newspapersAnd Fred Hobdy admits, with a look
tainment. of Incredulity, that he isn't sure

Whatever the two performers meet guys like Moss Ken- of his starters. FREE OFFER
dricks of Cocola Cola, Lee Jr.
,
proved to their managers, the of Tallahassee The teams listed by UPI are:
public or the promoters onlthe Jake Gaither,
hookies may be able to ascertain, and oodles of other personalities Grambling, Tennessee A&I,
since they most likely will be ncluding my old favorite Joe Wittenberg, Prairie View, Evans i
opposite each other In a forth' Walker. vllle, Southeast Missouri, South ?
coming production. Being a very stinger eater of Dakota: State, Hofstra, Southern II ACRES FREEWHEN
They tell u'* that. the referringwas come of the best foods ,palatableto Illinois and Mississippi f Southern. I
sloppy. I didn't notice be- man, the revelry and friend
It we were a referee you'd ship of the pressbox: high over
really see some sloppy third the stadium whet our appetiteand
manning, 'cause I'd be In some we consume much of the Fight TB YOU BUY
far corner polishing my nails "freebie" food, including cokes,
staying out of the way of those pastrami, salami, barbecue
flying: fistsWalcott (whatever it Is), cheese burgers, t E1 J ACRES FORoo
was the culprit who coffee and what have they I
was condemned. We wonder If The game Is a thrill too, but
he was the same Walcott who inn to me it's incidental. You know j '
fight-no, can't say that, I'd who's gonna win. Naturally! l
be sued for my long draws. But ,I After the halftime show, then $ $in
It had something to do with a we're ready to leave to check ,'q Jt) l19G1 ii Get
:spring board and some water?? out the joints. Pleze'a Original J Down IU Month
But, believe me, gentlemen, If Classic Dance should draw the IPr'Use ,
Llpston and Floyd ever meet under crowd. And there's the Hampton A FULL
ACRE TRACT FOR
the squared circle the man House, Clyde Killens' Knight 2'/2
who I is reputed to have all his Beat, Harlem Square, Cafe So.
hi
education In his knuckles will put ciety, Baker's Famous Corner,
the handsome Patterson into or Ml Club Lounge, Club Royale, $94 *; FULL PRICE
bit-believe me! and many others. But the best
place to me is a convivial *****
after classic party at home or ata All CornersNO
Christmas
Things friend's. Well, it's Classic Time, Seals

IX RECENT WEEKS we have folks, so get with it! TAXES UNTIL LAND IS PAID FOR
drowsed in the dark and moving .
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about the apartment with the jB&5& & I NO CLOSING COST ''NO INTEREST

stealth of a cat muck out while PEOPLES DRUG STORE BARBECUE ;
the Madam slept and with our I BEST ACREAGE BUY TODAY!
trusty rod and heal og chasing AND LUNCHEONETTE :
after mackeral and kings with. I
out success.A 402 and 406 N.W. 8th Street FR 4.5874 : COLLIER COUNTY!
couple of weeks ago we
"chartered" Sammy Payne's Drug Store Bar-B-Que
18-foot boat and he, T.O. "Op"
Williams fished the bay and Specializing In prescriptions, 'eaturing. breakfast, lunch LESS THAN 50 MILES FROM MIAMI

came back with a mess of Sailor's I latent medicines antI sundries s_ dinner Old Hickory liar Ii I Located in an area known for its rich farming cattle

Choice. OK| 'n dally 0:30 ,,. 13! becne from 5 p.m.
Those little pan fish were all Fri ft.m.; p.m. I industry, hunting and oil
Sat. to 1:80 a.m. Open .'1. l\ Sat to 2s 30
right, but we are the Ernest a.m This offer for limited time only!

Hemingway want to type hook of into fishermanWe the "big Satisfaction Guaranteed Free Delivery Stssssss&ses i NO OVERHEAD No huge office, staff or sales

ones," so taking a tip from Dill ij department. We are priced to sell and pats the
Little we went to a hot spot j savings on to you.
near Ochopee, only 80 miles ,
down the Tamlaml Trail, and Compare with any land offered In the Times, Herald or News

loaded with gear and beer spenta and know that you are getting twice as much for your
day in Everglades City, Result: STAR
MEAT !
one sheephead about two inches MARKET money Call PL 784:1or: send $3. Deposit today.

long! On the way back I was COLLIER MIAMI ESTATES, INC. PHONE PL 7.8484 !
fuming so much it served as fuel P. B. Box .aIM I

1520 N.W. 62nd Street Miami Beach 41, Fla.

Dr. Alfred GeronemusDr. ( ) Send free map and Information
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( ) Enclosed is
$5.0O for
V/4
acre i L
Clement Geronemus THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE tract reservation ,-,',?. .,;" .'-
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15035 for the NW practice 22nd Ave of ,dentistry Or* Lock At I, Name .......................................................?..?.....,_............... ..............
Office hour*: OtSO: run.. to 10:80: .

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Files Bias Charges Against Industry, Union:


WASHINGTON Eight major
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industrial corporations, threo ,
THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA ; :,
companies are charged with radial ,:'u:
dlscrlmlantion In 127 affU PAGE'-3' .
SATURDAY DECEMBER 9 1961
,
davits tiled on Nov. 29 with the
President's Committee on Equal
Employment Opportunity. -

The complaints, involving giant
corporations and powerful unions
operating In the North as wellas
w i in the South, were submittedby
Ilrrbert 11111, labor secretaryof
g, the Natiaonal Association for Y
he Advancement of Colored
People.

Named in the complaints are
General Motor Corporation ;
plants in Cleveland and Atlanta; t d
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_. ... Rubber Co., Petroleum \y w.3\
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Gibbs Junior College freshman caged" to defeat Miami 91-90.1 Chemical Industries, Inc.,
basketball ,player, Luther Curry Miami players shown are Joseph Davidson Chemical Co., Lone
of Tallahassee, Is conaged ,in bya Star Cement Co., and Cit-Con Oil
Pettier ((11), George Cowart,
trio of Dade County JO players Co., all located at Lake Charles,
in the recent clash of the two (22)), Herman Williams (13) La.; the Atlantic Steel Co., Atlanta -
outstanding JC teams. Curry and and Stanley McKan (e2)), and the Republic AviationCo
his fellow Cobras became "un. photo by Dallard Farmlngdale, Long Island,
N, y, All of the companies are 1..,,
GIBBS DEFEAT engaged in production under government .
contracts which forbid
DADE JUNIOR bagged a total of 27 points and racial discrimination in employ-
grabbed a dozen rebounds.
ment.
COLLEGE 979'0sT. Coach Raymon Thornton's ?
lads, fresh from a 76-65 victory Among the AFL-CIO trade .
over Hampton JC of Ocala, had unions charged with collabora
PETE Accuracy at the right guard George Cowart as tlon with employers in dlscrlml- i ,, i
free throw line In the last three .
their The Miami workers
top scorer. tion against Negro are
minutes of play helped the (Northwestern) freshman shot 8 AFL-CIO Metal Trades Council;
homestanding Glbtm Junior College field goals and 7 charity tosses Oil, Chemical and Atomic Work-
Cobras upset the Miami for 23 points. He has scored 19 era International Union: and the
Dade Junior College Quintet, points against Ocala previously Brotherhood of Railroad Carmenof
9790, here in St. Petersburg recently America. Z551- $
The Cobras, one of last year's c
Coach Norman Jackson's Red moet prolific scorers in the na The two railroads are the Illinois
and White Cobras tossed In tion, took four minutes to register Central and the St. Louie
eight free throws In that span their first point Lakeland and San Francisco lines
of time to annex season opening frosh Dob Williams (broke the
basketball victory. scoring ice with a free throw. :Ai-
Dade J. C., ever pressing the Miami had zipped to an early
Gibbs Cobras, had u 2 point deficit 10.0 lead during Glbbs stalemate.
and with tho score 85.S3, Twelve minutes of play hadpassed Fight TB
Captain Leroy Canady and Co. before Glbbs assumed the In Gift Whiskey. .
captain Sherman Hammond, air of responsibility and that oc
along with freshman Luthe" current when Lakeland sopho FLEISCHMANN'Sis
Curry, began a steady paradeto more George Henderson! scored a
the free throw line for what layup shot that saved the locals : J h
was clearly the Cobras' victory i 26-25 lead.Spectacular. )
weapon.In outside shootingby ]! the BIG buy!

all the Cabras bagged 21 Miami player Joseph Poitier, 'q 1
free throws and Hammond tossedin Clark and Everett Moncur kepta
7, 4 coming In the 2 minute seesaw battle raging and p1fNMpttirst7
crucial time period. helped Miami cling to Gibbs until jCi ai ( 1f1e s will
The Lakeland cage wizard ; the free throw episodes. a

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BY ELLIOTT J. PIEZE
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CLASSIC TIME IN MIAMI ...Tickets for the dance are now
IS I1KRJS on sale at North's) Travel Bureau,
1104 NW rtrd ave. and theLounge FOR THE NATIONAL COLLEGIATE CHAMPIONSHIP/ /
Today (Friday, Dec. 8)) begins of the Mary Ella beth
the annual Classic time in Hotel. You may also make your
Miami. The twenty-ninth annual table reservation at the Loungeat Saturday Night Dec. 9th Orange Bowl
Orange Blossom Classic and Fes- the hotel." Admission to the
tival begins today. Indications Knee lot $1.0O and you can't af
point to the fact that this year's tOld to miss it.
should be one of the greatest In Plus!
the history of the event. I'AHADR TO BR GREATEST The (, ,

RATTLERS AND JACKSON The giant Classic Parade will Famous t ,
b* held Saturday afternoon Tit FAMU +
GAME
FOOTBALL
STATE IN 12:30.: All floats and other rolling i
The undefeated Florida A and. units that are to participateIn MarchingBand
M Rattlers and the fighting Tigers the parade must be in the assembly -
State College,
of Jackson area, on NW 6th ave In In Two
Jackson, JUw., will clash In the .
the vicinity of Dooke T. Washington
football game which will be play I High School, not later SpectacularShows
ed Saturday night at Miami'sfamed htan 8:30: Saturday morning. Al!) I
Orange Dow). Game time marching units, including bands,
is 8 p.m.OIUOINAL. I patrols, drum and bugle corps, 1 r s
Featuring
CASSIO DANCEAT color guards and all others must x .
be In (Ibe assembly area not later THE "TWIST"Also '
ROOM
FIESTA
will be
than; 10:30. The parade

Following tho name, you are lined'up beginning 10:30: and ,

All Invited to attend the Original will move off promptly at 12:30 Special Attraction I ;
Clawlc Dance which will be held
At the beautiful Fiesta Room of The ex ct route which the parade
the Mary KllzUxf3i Hotel, O42 will follow will be found In another In Person
NW 2nd Avt. As usual the Orltf- article in this Issue of your
nal ClAMlc Dance will feature Miami Times. De sure to readit CannonballAdderley vs.

music by the famoua FAMU Col. and be sure to see the parade. JACKSONSTATE "
direct from Tallahassee
leffiana, coming -
COLLEGE
for this occasion. In addition
to the Collegians, there -it: Jackson, Miss.
will also be another well known Don't be a Freeloader!
band, pins a sparkling floor SEE
show. Support the Fight for j 'f. 'l\

Festivities will begin at 10 Freedom The nation's 1 and 2 teams .
o'clock on this Saturday night Choice Seats Now on Sale battle for the National
Dec 0, and will run until 5
Football Title
o'clock the following, morning. Join Your NAACP North Travel Bureau
There'll be seen hours of continuous RESERVE SEATS ONLY
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Countians and it was End of Bias
It's for 9,000 Dade
PAGE 4 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1961 good news '
released on Wednesday. Some $1,800,000 in salary increase t Continued from page 1

for our hard-worked teachers. senting the Negro American La.
and bor Congress, accused member
government
; The money comes from the federal unions of the AFL-CIO of gross
was given to Dade County because of the Cuban refugee' breaches of Its announced poll my
''situation. ,' against racial discrimination.

Whatever the reason may be the money will be ap- unions He 'said deny that Negroes many of the

What's more, it's retroactive to July 1. chances for Jobs equal
preciated. ,
promotions
Main Office at 0740 N.W. 15th Avenue-Phone OX 1.0421 ap.
:llranch at 1112 N.W. Third Ave. Miami Florida-Phone FR 32230 Teachers with bachelor's degrees will receive $150 prentice, and training he demanded and membership punish.

II. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher more, master's degrees $300 mote, and Ph.D's $600 more. mtnt for unions and their lead.
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor era practicing discrimination,
__. _..0--- Principals, supervisors administration personnelwill Robinson said that the Negro
'Entered as Second Class Matter, August 0, 1027, at the Post Officeat receive $200 more. American Congress demands that
Miami, Florida, under the act of March 3, 1670Member the AFL-CIO executive council
withdraws its
criticism of
A,
of the Associated Negro Press Philip Randolph.
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association The World Council of Church meeting in New Delhi
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES this week made an appeal the nations of the world fora 9JIIIIfhlia1! Hti1MIiIWIn111HIti0B
ONE YI+)AIt $ .OO SIX MONTHS *3.OO FOREIGN 0.00 verified cessation of nuclear He Wrote "The TwIst"!
....- ,--- halt in the arms race, a I
"Cln DO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" tests and the strengthening of the United Nations. HANKBALLARDmMIDNIGHTERS
THE NEGRO PRESS believn that America can best lead the world
from racial and national antagonisms when it accords to every man The council wants "an end to the war of nerves, to
.regardless of race, color or creed, his human and legal rights. Hatingno pressures on small countries, and to the rattling of bombs.It q Hank Moore'i
Orchestra
man, fearing no mini. -the Negro Press strives to help every man
back.in the firm belief that all men are hurt as long as anyone is held would be a good thing if these suggestions couldbe SUNDAY tomjnfl, DEC 17as

successfully carried out, but those responsible for At lb. Show/Dane 10-*

carrying them out don't seem to be able to agree on any g HARLEM 1000 NW 2nd SQUARE A..u. :
HEARINGS IN W WASHINGTON thing. Meanwhile the tests go on. H.or The Mtdnlghton' Singi'
Twlit" tr "Annl. Had a Roby"Ttcketst
On Wednesday, Rep. Dante' Fascell told the Senate If the world is to ,be destroyed by fire, man seems: p $1.50 Advance,
Refugee Subcommittee that a system of work camps for determined to make his contribution. I i.m. $1.75 Door
jobless Cuban refugees could take 5,000 to 10,000 unmarried mllllCltHtHIHIlCl1
men out of the overcrowded Miami area. Fascell
has asked ''the government to set up such a. system. GRANT MURDER 1
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Mayor Roberet King High of Miami called for an TRIAL
emergency meeting of the U. S. Conference of Mayors to
speed the resettlement of refugees in other parts of the UNDERWAY ;

country. Mayor High suggested that the conference be FLASH A Circuit Court
held in Miami sponsored by the federal government, top .fury In fib: minutes Thursday I ,
labor leaders, 'chambers of commerce and charitable found Daniel Grant father of
foundations. five, guilty of strangling!; his boss'
JU... wife and, refused to recommend
Commissioner Arthur Patten wants a screening pro. mercy. The verdict means Grant
must be sentenced to death.
gram to make sure 1,600 new refugees arriving in Miami

weekly are really* fleeing Castro's tyranny, ,and not just The trial of Daniel Grant
& better economic life. who was charged with tranglln
to death Mrs Rebecca Nudel, 41
Bishop Coleman Carroll said the government ismaking' last June, started Monday morn pbi ,
a mistake >by limiting relief payments to refugees Ing before an all-whito jury. }
Attorney Ray Munson, repre-
in Dade County.. It discourages refugees from leaving renting Grant, tried to withdraw 'I _
Miami. from the case In mid-trial on
Wednesday because the Judge
would not let him cross-examine _._ : ._
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state witnesses on whether
WORRIEDThe
HOME BUILDERS
someone else had confessed to Druggists Samuel L. Johnson and Sidney T. Cox,
the crime. members of the Xavier University Alumni Association,
National Association of Home Builders is wor- Munson told Circuit Judge HalP.
ried over a report that before January 1, President Ken- Delcle that In view of the were at the Seaboard Railway station this week to greet
nedy will issue an executive order banning segregation in ruling he felt that he could not the president of Xavier. Sister Josephina and Sister Maryof
defend his client adequately lIe the Paraclett. The Sisters, members of the Blessed
also in those
all FHA and VA housing developments and
implied that other
suspects were Sacrament, are here attending the meeting of the Southern -
financed through federal savings and loan associations.The Interrogated by the police
Association of Colleges on Miami Beach.
Judge Dekle !said!! he thought
national executive committee has made a special Munson had "ably and vigorously"
,appeal to the President, asking that the integrationorder defended Grant and directedthe __

be pigeon holed until a study can be made to deter- ruled lawyer out Munson's to continue questioningstate ; but he EXTRA: SPECIAL OFFER. ._.

mine the economic impact on the home building industry. witnesses as to whether

Rep. Albert Rains of Alabama believes such an or- someone The state else rented had confessed Its case be.

der by the President would kill the housing industry. fore noon Wednesday.Grant End I of I Year Close I I Out
Bankers would back away from the mortgage market, as 31, who lived at 3201
Douglas Road at the time at his
they want a safe investment.Dr. arrest has allegedly confessedto
police that he etrangled the 0rV clilcpnjiinucfi fcojor* Per&cl for mterip* exterior
Robert director of all housing
Weaver, government woman at her upholstery shop,
programs, in answering Rain's charge that the Presi- 2623 SW 37th ave. He was a pl tery tuqco, and other urf ce

dent's order would kill the housing industry, said that he part time porter at the shop. I
appreciates and understands the builders' worry but he

doesn't think things would be as bad as feared. Mwtq CtVLtVL
THREE NEGROES PAINT
The builders also oppose' proposed legislation for a ELECTED
cabinet department for housing. They believe it puts too TO
much emphasis on community problems and not enoughon OFFICE IN i
single family 'homes. LOUISVILLERepublicans
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made history at Ld'
In Miami Metro can now go ahead with plans for their inaugural\ ceremonies last \ o- 7
the slum clearance program. The federal governmenthas week when they swore In two
made a grant of $83,788 to finance an urban renewal Negro aldermen and a page.
Simultaneously, the
study of the Negro district, between the FEC Railroad Negro prosecuting attorney City's first was
track, and NW 7th ave., from NW 5th St. to NW 29th St. named to police) court. At the
next Region of the Kentucky Gen -
County Manager Irving McNayr has circulated draftof eral Assembly a Negro woman 1iI
a bill that will go before thecommissiori; for::consideration Mrs. Amelia Tucker will take

in the not distant future.-< / .U" ': V1 rsentatlves her 'seat In-the the House first! of elected Repre.In

,
The City Commission 'wlll'name"a'1tj 'iftc'k member'advis*jbf : the, ,,",South. since Reconstruction ; .

ory committee to consult with them on slum'clearance and somewhat Significantly.repeating Republicans their Ken-are JthiitedSuppi J\

neighborhood rehabilitation.A tucky political history. In 1936, N ::
they sent the first Negro in the
subcommittee to study minority group housing South to a State' Legislature _
problems is to be appointed.The the late Charles W. Anderson 14Uly \ !nIT! /
Jr. In 1945 they elected the first \\
Louisville Negro alderman, the
Metropolitan Charter Review Board, James late Eugene Clayton. MwtqCwtt&PAINT

Keller Jr., chairman, will hold six public meetings when Prime Is due credit to for the fact party that recognitlon the-

Dade Countians individually, in groups or organizations, city, and county Republican Ex.
will have an opportunity of discussing or making recom- ecutive Committee has three Ne 1147 NW 36th Street NE 5-2200
mendations on charter changes. Meetings beginning at gro members. Through the
:
years they have
Miami Beach will be held at Homestead, North Miami, ..ponsored Negro Candidate consistently
Coral Gables, Hialeah and Miami. \
If you have some worthwhile suggestions do not fail DREAM HOMES
to attend these meetings and make your contribution, it Charity TeaYou

might help in bringing us better Metro government than Charity are Tea Invited sponsored to attend by OES a I VETS NO DOWN PAYMENT

we now have. Matrons: Sunday Dec. 10, 4-6
22nd
After all that is the purpose of the meeting. p.m. Chairman. Sis. M. Bodle. I Ave. .154th St.





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"Raisin In The Sun" Features I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Personal MentionVisiting I

i SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1961 PAGE 5I" with Mr. and hire

1 Outstanding Students"A ######" '#" #'#" " " ### '#'## ##" ,," ,." William Littles on Tuesday were
I" President Kenneth R Williams
of Teachers College Winston

t 1 ALONG 1 FREEDOM'S! ROAD Salem, N. C.; W. Archie Blunt
nl' .. director of Extended Services of
l the college and Dean Lewis. C.
---- By UTH -f4.RV >owdy of A and T College.

#" #." ." " ,#,, ,,,,.,.##"": .." " #" ,,..,#.#1" Greensboro, NC. They were .tak
en on a tour of the city and are
The number of votes that three defiant states All thinK'Sconfdered very favorably impressed.The .
were polled by Kenneth Williams this 1s. a remarkable!
was very good In a way ke conclusion, when it"' Ur*realized trio was attending tho
finished third, which In itself' I that this transition Will be a Southern Association of Colleges
was fine, considering the number complete social change for most meetnlg at Miami Beach
of candidates running in Group Southerners in then habits of i
4. However, In another way, ,and thought, their old cherished customs -
more important, Is the fact of and traditions.
i I
the small number of registered WELCOME CLASSIC

voters getting out on election McCOMIl, MISSISSIPPI
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.. $ *, FANSSkirts
s day to cast their L; lots.
The recent events in ,MoComb,
THE WILLIAMS CASK Mississippi, almost negates the S S=SS5 5 5 55S5=3S5

Optimistic news from the Southern r
One
of these days Negroes are '
going to awaken to the facts of Education Reporting Service. shortened
But perhaps, after all, this ta not
political life; namely, that a from $1.00
p surprising, for Mississippi is one
:
large number of votes can makea
of the defiant Southern
states
: candidate for office the win. Lnillos coatoshortened i
which considers i self
evidently (
+ ; .I.IsM ner. The number of votes cast In
still part of the Confederacyand
this last election was small,
very
of the Union. The .
i not mistreating
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and that number included white ,
and violence
physical
well as Negro voters. This
x
r shown against a few Freedom from $3.50Suit ,
apnthy regarding of
one our .
Riders recently In this Mft'sis* '
most cherished constitutional '
I slppl town, as usual, reflec s the to
rights !is a shameful, and per blind racial hatred and small- and pants
,
haps frightening, too. It happen-
d in Germany apathy' minded prejudices of people who Tailored from
once -
are too full of bigotry to realize
and unconcern for
matters which what their continued defiance of Four inatcilal ,
hould have been
essential to all
Federal rulings might do.
voters, gradually brought on a I
Hitler. It is foolhardy and very If the repercussions of theee '.
unintelligent for Americans to acts of defiance and prejudice '
think that apathy and unconcern could be confined to a small ,I
for their way of life can go on area, it would bo .bad enough.Dut f t tI
$a \ '. year after year without any dire the national and interna
results.I tional publicity such discriminatory 1Tnilored I

t think that Mr. Williams I actions bring, would give I
could have made a much better : any person except one .blljnded toI
showing; perhaps he c o u 1 d by bigotry and racial hatred, mmsurexlacks
even have been elected it Negro pause for sober thought. America
voters had cared enough to elect could never afford prejudicein
him or at leant to try to elect the past, but such prejudice 100
him As long as I have space to today 1ms tar-reacning manifes- % wool

print my words, I will go on right (and Just that the FIJI is Wit"' hand finish

i saying that intertill and apathy right and just that he FBI is
regarding the ,ballot in a most *17.50
looking into the .
serious! thing, and could lead to McComb situation.
-........... tragic consequences. To be EAST COAST TAILORS .I

Raisin in The Sun" being member of the FTA, Honor So. Americans, we must act like 717 N.W. 62nd St.
presented by the North Dade clety and Allied Youth. She par. Americans. To vote in free elections PL 8.3901
Thespians Dec. 12, 13 and 14 in ticipated in all of these clubs is a peculiarly American Drive Carefully
the school auditorium will feature and still manages to maintain a right; we muat not abuse it or :: :: .
some of the moet active 3.8 we may not have tho right someday ,
average. ----
Let's do much much better -Tf 18n
students around the ,
campus. Gladys Perrry, also a sophomore -
OJB saapBarjqo; ; Saiptiaj eqx portrays Mama. Gladys is next election time.

John Pryor, Gladys1 McKenzie, very active in drama. She is a SOUTHKHN EDUCATION Central/ life Insurance Co. of Florida.L
Gladys Perry. Abigail Thornp- member of Thespian AppreciationClub
kins, Betty Tucker, Willie Same FTA and Library Council. SIiR VICESince
and Curt Schwartz "YOUR riUH.NDLY CO IlANY" .,
of the Thespian She had a role in "There's Always 1954, the Southern Education
Troupe of North Miami a Murder" and "Nobody Reporting Service, which MODERN AND ATTRACTIVE POLICIES FROM
School. "
High Sleep which were given by the consists of newspapermen's ob
John, who portrays Walter Lee Thespians last year. servance and documentation of $1,000.00. UP TO 50000.00 '
in the play, had the role of The play is directed by Jam" s the progress of school desegregation -
Aegus in "Medea", a Greek tragedy Randolph and assisted by Mis. has closely' watched the Whole Life Endowment Educational I
that was presented by the Betty Smiley. Call NA 1.0536 Southern states and their reactions
Thespians last year. John is for reservations during the 8 to to the Supreme Court's Mortgage Redemption .
president of the Student Council, 4 p.m. decision Recently the annual
treasurer of the Thespians, treasurer Sometimes meeting of the Reporting Servicewas Retirement Combination Hospital
of the eenlor class, a mem. I aee them white held in Atlanta, with some
ber of the Boy and Girl Counselors boys sitting in those restaurants Interesting conclusions drawn And Home
and a member of the PTA. downtown turning deals worth a Most of the Southern states
He also attended the drama festival million dollars These guys have to realize that ALSO
now come
at Tallahassee where he don't look much oldre than me, must
school desegregation eventually
won "The Best Supporting Actor" say John Pryor (Walter) as come about.. Only three Family Group Plan
award at the State Speech Abigail Thompkins (Bernetha) 1
and Drama meeting. and Gladys McKenzie (Ruth) slates to comply have in absolutely any way with refused the Father Mother and all Children Under 21 Year of "

Oladya McKenzie portrays llsttn intently. U, S. Supremo Court's desegre Age Insured Under One Policy
Ruth, the wife of Walter. Gladys gation decree. They are Mississippi -
is a dignified senior She is a Fashion South Carolina and Alaba New-Borns Automatically Insured After 15 Days

member of the FTA, Thespian SipThe )na, Dut perhaps the most inter REPRESENTATIVES AND BRANCH OFFICES
apprentice Club and the Allied Future Designers of Mi esting item to come out of this
Youth. Gladys also had a part in ami invite you to Join them at meeting is the fact that most of STATEWIDE IN FLORIDA AND ALABAMACall

"Standing Room Only," a play their third annual Fashion Sip the newspapermen agreed that In for representative in for additional
given by the Thespians last year. Sunday, Dec. 17 4.6 p.m. at 16 ;years all Southern states will your city
Abigail Thompkins plays as the James E. Scott auditorium, information
Benetha, the sister of Walter. 7226 NW 22nd ave. have made progress toward com
Abigail is a sophomore and a plete desegregation even the i 1- _

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PAGE 6 'SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1961

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with Mrs. Holey: presiding ;Mrs
Nei w4rrt FLA. NORMAL H. D. Miller was the recipient of
the Sarah A. Blocker citation
NEW
DEDICATES from the college for meritorious
service rendered through the
CENTER
SERVICE years as a religious and civic
A ? l leader
St. Aurustlne -- The Fifth Annul .
1 Donation Day and the Dedl-! SCIENCE CENTER
cat'on of a Science Center high- '
lighted the activities and events Rev. Edward T.. Graham, chairman .
taVin" place) at Florida Normal of the college's Board of
and Industrial\ Memorial College Trustees, presided over the
during, the month of November. special service of dedication tor
the Science Center on the cam
Doth of these outstanding activ'tl pus.
: s took place on November
10. during special morning and The dedicatory address was de.
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afternoon sessions, respectively, Hvered by Dr. Alfred Edward A,
according to Dr. R. W Puryear, Hudson, Ph.D., professor and
r w.W,9'JOHNSON pnsfdrnt of Florida Normal and head of the Department in Science
y Industrial Memorial College. at Lane College, Jackson. ,
Dr. Puryear stated that the Tenn., who la also a science con

__o__ _.___,,_______PO" __._ __._...._ _...u_ .. ._ annual Donation Day for the co:. sultant at Florida Normal.
first started five years
CURTIS neckline and free-flowing sleevea ao lege and was continued every year .-..-..-..-.---.-.......-.-..-
WEDDING were accents of the bodice. Her by the Women'. Aux-
For thereafter
accessories were gold and white. $69,105 In iliaries of the State Baptist Conventions NEED MONEY
Enid Curtis, daughter of +I
The groom's mother was These auxiliaries and
Overseer and Mrs. Henry Curtis, charming in a white lace re-em Christmas SealsPaul their presidents are: M. and E. $25 to $600
became the bride of Freeman broidered in gold thread worn Auxiliary, Mrs. Annie
Johnson, son of the Horatio taffeta. Her Convention Call PL 8.3653
over pink accessories I D. Barnes Jr., Dade Coun Grlgham, president; General
Johnsons, on last Sunday after- were black. ty Tuberculosis Association Convention Auxiliary,
Baptist
noon at the Congregational Both mothers wore white carnation I Campaign Chairman announced Mrs Susie Holley, president, and IDEAL LOAN
Church of the Open Door. Rev. corsages.A that $69,105.96 has been con the Progressive Baptist Convene 6105 N.W. 7th Ave.
Henry C. McDowell read the ser reception for 200 was heldIn tributed during the first three tion Auxiliary, Mrs. H. B. Miller,
vice for the double-ring cere- the loggia Immediately fol weeks of the Annual ChristmasSeal president. .............._........._........1.........,
mony In front of a simple altar lowing the ceremony. Campaign now In progress.
above which hung a lighted Hostesses for the receptionwere The formal donation Day Program Advertise It Pays!
cross. The couple stood under an Bennie White and Me- One of the services made ,pos was held in Heckecher Gym
arch of beauty basketsof sible through funds recived from ,
greenery; dames Rufus Gilbert and Julius lIIItr.--- :II; a.r.:
mixed white flowers were Dullard and Robbie Wright. this campaign Is the Christmas I 1 i
placed on either side.A Airs. Charlotte Wright and Seal Mobile Chest X-ray Unit. If

program of organ music was Jessie Giles assisted by Mes- { you have not had your Chest X- KEY CUSTOM BUILT 'HOMES I
presented by :Mrs. Derthenla dames Corene Pratt, Suzianne j' ray do so today.
White who also accompanied Roberts and Delores Fergusonwere I II!I For Information on location of
Sandra Fox for the singing of hostesses for the buffet the Christmas Seal Unit contactthe Sold 35 already-Demand so great
The Lord's Prayer. luncheon served on the spacious Dade County Tuberculosis
The bride wore a formal ohurch grounds. Association, FR 72368. We have built more

white wedding gown of Imported Prefruptlal affairs included a See 3062 N.W. 60th Street
silk taffeta designed with a kitchen shower by the churchwomen .
moulded basque featuring a deep with Mesdames John O. Hollywood's Newest and
scalloped: neckline and long I Brown, Henry McDowell and FinestLela' Open Sunday 12 noon to 5 p.m.
sleeves ending in calla points.
Elzabeth hostesses
Telley as ; a
i Inserts of Alecon lace re-embroidered linen shower given by the bride's Palmer House208.tO.t2.1" $500 CASH$23 WEEKLY
in sequins and see attendants; miscellaneous shower Raleigh Street
pearls accented the lines of the by the Talldega Club, and the (Liberia) furnished Private and -FMilton
bodice and continued down the rehearsal dinner.
flat front }panel of the aisle. semi private bath.
wide skirt. The floor length Mr. and Mrs. Johneon were LELA MCDOWELL, Prop. Rothman
skirt over which were scattered classmates and graduates of i
Phone YU
appliques of small lace medal School. Mr. Johnson la a Tus- 38448 7287 S.W. 57th Avenue
lions fell Into a chapel train. kegee graduate; Mm. Johnson,
Further back interests was given Talladega. Phones MO 7-2561 or MO 6-8407
by placing three crushed The new Mrs. Johnson did social I
roses of white taffeta at the low work in Chicago for several Advertise It Pays!

waistline. Tiers of Imported years before returning home to .
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waist length veil held by a pillbox time Young Adult Program Director

of white taffeta and lace. and taught' for in the the' Murrell school system.YWCA For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call I

She carried a white silk-cover.
Presently, she Is at the
ed Dible topped with white
or.
Junior School.
Brownsville High
chid. _
The bride was one of the organizers
Mrs. Clark-Owens, matron of of the CongregationalChurch BONDED

honor, wore a ballerina-length : of the Open Door, serves ,: .
princess! styled dress of delustered as the church secretary and is
satin In peacock green. The president of Circle No. 2 of the
bodice had a scooped neckline, Women's Fellowship.She .
small sleeves and interestingbows Is also president of the -1
accenting the back of the :local Talladega Club. RENTALAGENCY
Empire waUtllno.:: Velvet flowersof Mr. Johnson, a specialist in 3
matching color held a circu- making and fitting orthopedicshoes
lar veil. Other attendants were has a business in Liberty a
Mesdames William Sydney John. City. 3 3v
son, Walter Smith, Robert After a honeymoon spent in
Strapp and Willie Williams: also Nassau, the Johnsons are now at a + Inc.
Patricia Paige and Lorraine Saw. homo at 6868 NW 16th'ave.. 4q ..


yer.Their frocks of candy pink Pictured left to right: Mrs.
were styled like that of the ma Willie E. Willams and Mme. Sid. ( .. The largest collection and rental
tron of honor. Candy pink foath- ney Johnson; Patricia Paige, "

er head bands:' sprinkled with Lorraine Sawyer, Mesdames Rob f! F" agency in the South; operating in
pink pearls held their veils. All ert Strapp, Walter Smith, Clark. ,
carried bouquets of white carna Owens, )Ir. and Mrs. Freeman I li Dade
tions with ribbons to match Johnson, Rudolph Levarity, Win. I -" 'J and Broward Counties'
colors. White pearl checkers and Sidney Johnson, Dr. Ben Atkin. ':
earrings, the bride's gifts, were son, Dr. Almond Edwards and Negro Housing areas.
worn by aU.nudoph Charles Baker, At front, Patricia 1 j. F. FIKKYDistrict
: Levarity served as MoCall, Pamela: Mearesand Rod. :
nest Man. Ushers were Willie ney Ferguson. ManagerMANAGING
Sydney Johnson, Dr. Ben Atkinson I
Charlea Baker and Dr. AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN
Almond Edwards. Pat McCall
and Pamela Meares were flower Register Your l 10,000 HOUSING UNITS
girls; Rodney Ferguson, ring Talented Child

bearer.The bride's mother was regalin Music, Bonded also has FREE employment service for

a street-length formal after Fine Arts ConIervatory Bonded Tenants
noon dress of gold metallic bro Carver YMCA i at main'office, 4150 NW 7th Ave.
cade styled: with a French drape
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THE MIAMI TIMES: MIAMI FLORIDA
12 Companies '
Pledge to
SATURDAY, DECEMBER S, 1961 PAGE7 f':



Hire More NegroesClassic appropriate Support the Fight for. : ); '
Minority group members will .'
be given equal opportunity to Freedom 'I, l

-, '. Washington D. C. Top officials participate training in all programs companysponsored and Join Your NAACP ;t JI.I I
of 12 major government
Press will receive
Hq. contractors Thursday signed equal consideration :
SOCIAL SECURITY statements wtih Vice President for transfers, upgrading and ':
At Sir JohnThe Lyndon D. Johnson pledging promotions. Plant facilities will t't'JI.t
be available to all
stepped-up affirmative action In employees regardless TOOTHACHE'Don't
: of race, color
creed or
proverbial "welcome mat" tte .tteL the field of equal employment national origin. suffer niidlettly.' Cat speeds re ;
has been dusted off and opportunity. from throbbing pain of toothache
every was fast acting ORA-JEL. Pain t
thing is in readiness for the lOll ,In seconds Guaranteed 1 Mrs :
Pre Vice President
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btcfc.All drug itarti.All
members of the working Johnson .9t mossy
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press chairman of the MIAMI TIMES ADS r..fNTI. ".J
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expected in town this ...
weekend rw1- ee..rr President's Committee on Equal : \
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to cover the 29th annual Orange Employment Opportunity and DON'T COST THEY PAY .\ ;
Blossom Classic and Festival.. Secretary of Labor Arthur Gold- .I ;"
Q. I am 65 and still working I
Press headquarters will be located Ueadily. Why can't 1 start draw- berg. Committee vhi! chairman i ..- ,
in a traditional all commended the officials .I;
spot Ing my social security benefits Industry "J-
room 243 at the Sir John Hotel A. Social security was design for their companies' participation :
resort of the stars. Open house ed to be a replacement of lost in the Plans for Pro :;
for the visiting members of the arnings due to old-age death or gress program of the President's : :
press will be held from 1 p.m. Usability. Since you are still Committee. The 12 companies
Friday. Dec. 8 through Sunday working, you have not suffered brought to 21 the number which
morning Dec. 10 A :Loss of earnnlga even though have &!*, od Plans for Progress.
The press will be special guestsat ou are past retirement age.
the PepsKJola Co., Compel / officials signing for /
sponsored Q. Why can't they change the
their
firms
were D. W. Kimball
Kickoff Luncheon Friday at aw to allow a man to draw his
1:45 In the Sir John president Aerojet-General Corp., M
Hotel an Benefits even though he is work
Azusa Calif. Dr. Ivan A.
noifnced representatives Getting
Jot the lag<
New York firm. president, Aerospace Corp.,
A. Congress could the Los Angeles C. W. new
The Coca-Cola Co. of Atlanta change ; Perelle Qulnleln Tote
.aw in this manner. However, to ,president, American Bosch Corp., Hoard
will entertain the
sentatives press repre Jo this they would also have to Hempstead N.Y.; James R. Kerr, GENERAL Strict Post Time will be
covering the game 'als& the social security tax to Avco Corp., New York; Allen D. I Observed
with a buffet service
during the
half-time. Jince a fairly small percentage of Marshall vice president and Individual Sents
jay for the increased benefits. secretary, New York office Gen. ADMISSION I
Charles J. Smith II director
Beneficiaries work Congress felt eral Dynamics Corp., San Diego;
of
public relations; D. C. Col tt would not be fair to tax all D. W. Smith, president General fr
lington assistant director; Horace .he people an extra amount to Precision Equipment Corp New
Jones photographer, all of aelp the few people who would York. 50
FAMU and Julian Cole and Joe Benefit It. -
Kabalan of Venn Cole and Associates by Also, L. A. Hyland executive
Q. Why I la it that one man has vice
the firm retained by president Hughes Aircraft
A&M to handle ncome of $300 per month and Co., Culver City, Calif. Chad Y t
classic public relations ; F.
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;olle publicity advertising, Calhound vice !president, Wash*, tl tlI
will be hosts in the OB press box and jther man has the same Income.' ington, D. ., Gaiter Raymond r
can't collect social
durng the classic security Macco Puget Sound Oakland,
jenetltg Both are over 65. Calif. Marshal .
; 0 Staub presi
United Fund Hits A. The man who draws social dent Merritt-.Chapman and Scott I
security probably gets his $300 Corp., New York; T. V. Jones,
from something other than salary president Northrop Corp, Beverly RA
72.9 Percent or self-employment income. Hills, Calif.; J. D. Wright,
The present social security law chairman of the board Thomp. q1
United Fund has now received allows him to receive his bene- son Ramo Wooldrige Inc., Cleveland ;
pleges totaling 2041485.86, ills in addition to outside income ; M. W. Cresap Jr., presi : I
representing 72.9 per cent of the Since the social security benefit dent, Westinghouse Electric
1962 goal it was announced by I was designed to be a basic floorof Corp., Pittsburgh.Vice .
Edward I'. Swenson Jr., general protection against loss of
campaign chairman. earnings, some social security President Johnson In a ROOTIN'r
oeneflta will be withheld if a statement to the' signers of the
"We have a difficult Job aheadof person earns more than $1,200. Plans for Progress pointed out
us in reaching our goal," per year. that the program now covers ap ':
Swenson said, "but we are counting proximately 1,250,000 employees
on the community to continue Q. Where can I get more information ((800,000 under previous plans
its ,fine support." about the way my and 450,000 under the new i
Swenson pointed out that the earnings will afiuu my social security plans.) I '
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door-to-door drive in many areas benefits? Through the
local
of the county have been contacted A. Your social security office ployment agencies, press advertising em- WINE (
by a UF volunteer to call FR will be happy to answer: any agencies, civic and other community .
7.3026 and leave their name and -juestlons you may have. Send for
the free booklet: "Social Security organizations the comp
phone number. anies will seek the cooperation I
Benebits A Replacement
"Wo need your ,Fair Share of Lost Earnings" their of their local communities in

pledge and your support in orderto gram. nondiscrimination pro DRINK

achieve success," he pointedout. I
While all the companies have
longstanding policies of merit
United Fund's Campaign to Sometime hiring, each has pledged Increased e' ..N.NN.I.//NH.11IU..11
raise $2,798,822 to support the BABY NEEDS A efforts to hire qualified Negro -
! programs of 39 health welfare and other minority group applicants -
,': and character building agencies TOO in job categorltM where
: LAXATIVE i Fastest
ends December 14. they have not been eiup.oyed; Drink

,', "The campaign will close on Fr .T. ft) years, mother have r*> previously. To accomplish this
that date win lose or draw" lied ea gentle"BABY EASE."Plea the companies will undertake ac' in the West .
a,.' Swenson said "There' will definitely ant luting,esiy to fIT. liquid vase tive recruitment programs. Some
be no extensions the Ubl.por.BABY EASE" brlnM proposals for accomplishing this
,': time to give is now." comfort without binding. 'BABY are cooperative efforts with local The Wild Drink
EASE"* .... not contain opiates or employment offices, college
Reports from the various United trout UxftUvea. Ark tour druggist placement centers, and public
in the
I ." Fund division are as follows, .. a 1 babUi laxaliv. schools. Ads will be placed in
I f.'f.' '",. Advance Corporate Gift, 81.S "BABYp E.:/ minority group papers, where
r; /. per cent; United Good Neighbors. Big Square Bottle
55.1 per cent; Fair Share Division
77.3 per cent; public employees
73.4 per cent; National Over 4,000 Customers Can't be Wrong! l'ruelll.1 by Comstock Vintner,

Firms, 99.9 per cent. r S. R. 22' Written While You Walt Han Krnnchco, Calif.
If you have not done so call
FR 7.303n and "Pledge Enoughto ::0" by volume i
Help Enough." Do it today! Service First at low at I t

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40 Year In BnslaeM GOL'DEN SPUR It

All work guaranteed Miami Opa Locka

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AFTER THE CLASSIC ATTEND THE
ORIGINAL CLASSIC DANCE


SAT. DEC. -10 P.M. TO 5 A.M.Featuring I

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Plus Another Band Plus a Sparkling Floor Show

7 Hours of Music and Entertainment

ROOM l

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642 NW 2nd Ave.
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TAE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA t ::: = I EEEEg*f1 s'sITY'

PAGE, 8 SATURDAY.. DECEMBER 9, 1961 PUN PHUN

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I t I epent an exhilarating week i

! Around Miami end on the W est Coast. Miss isifS "... '%../ I

Olive Alexander and I spent Sat ,
f urday In Ft. Myers, where we FRIDAY AND SATURDAY \
conducted a conference with our
Baha'i friends in the moraine:,
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and a wonderful evening of fellowship r r
at the home of Mr and 4'YI {

Mrs.! Charts Mos on Wright St.
-- Also Mrs. Watson
-- - - attending were

ORANGE Blossom they usually do, so I have: open and Miss Thurman who tea"h
Classic! It's nice to have you for ed this shop with extra low In Ft. Myers schools. Idella Moss, ?J
another year .and most of all, pricee. I feel that I can at least our most gracious hostess, also
it's nice to have so many visitors help keep our children from teaches. With such company, one
come to our city. I am more than walking**. around with holes In might say I was out of my
sure that everyone will have a their shots A lot of parents "class. Idell became my friend
wonderful time. This Classic is Just don't have the money to for life by her enthusiastic acceptance

the one event that is awaited by buy shoes." Little as It may of my pun phunning. I I Iti
the citizens of South Florida andit rem to you. I think it's a nice Wo enie4 the evening with delicious

is a week of gaiety, happiness thought on AI's part. cake and coffee, served
rnd sleepless nights. Doom are bv Mrs. Mors and her charming
open and parties abound Come QUICK NOTE DEPT: Watch mother. Now I am looking for 9
Sunday, everyone !Jls tired and for the new Paul Masson's Pink ward to my next trip to Ft
beat and the streets are emptyas Champagne ads all over the city Myers to enjoy once again the

a gho-'t town, and the city I The first "Pink Champagne pleasant companionship of my
goes back to sleep but what lady"' is popular dancer. Vanilla newly made friends in that city j
the heck? Everybody had a 'ball Williams. For the month of De Our Baha'i friends lodgrx1
because of he Orange Blossom cember, Carl J Clark, managerof Olive and myself for the night
Classic and already we are the Mary Elizabeth Loungeand and drove us on Sunday morn .
looking forward to the one next Fiesta Room, is throwing a Ing to Sarasota! for our--convention
year. big bash on Classic Day E. which convened In the We.t :; k
C Smith, at the Ml Bowling will Coast Symphony Rehearsal Hall I
PRETTY GIRL of the Week: give each customer Tuesday One of he local churches was
Joan Ferguson Pretty Boy night who bowls five games a holding services In the hall, de-
of the Wee'c: Jake Gaither bottle of free Paul Mwson laving the start of the conven
Man About Town: Sam Wright Champagne Elliott Rouse, of tion. I do not know what the
Chicago, who bought a home in I sermon was, but it could not have
TilE GLASS **z to tell everybody Richmond Heights has choppedme been as Impressive as the sight-
about the goings on at the up on the golf course. I'm of the Baha'h to them when

Knight Beat all day, before setting to be a regular chopping they came out and saw: an inte
and after the parade, dancing at bloc News has reached grated group of happy people. I RICARDO MONTALBAN ,
the club with a complete show as these ears that Square Washington think we were an "eyeopener"to a
well as night. In the lounge ran Steve McElmurray home the Sarasotans. ..sw
there h also entertainment all after an 19-hole shellacking. We had an inspiring day. and
day and night Next week, one as usual Olive Alexander was
of the finest voices in America I CELEBRITIES IN TOfor elected delegate, to our national
Arthur Prysock. the Classic: Curt Flood, St. Louis convention.- the serslon' ended :

Cardinals centerfielder and Scoop we left, determined to put I
ALL OF THE CLUBS will Tones, Seagram representative greater effort into the work of !
have something going for this Sports Illustrated magazinehas demonstrating the oneness of
weekend, of course. Connie and a color photo team in town mankind to the whole world.pu.'ICUWH'IIUClllillJllll'DHIII. ANNA MARIA FERRERO CARMEN SEV1LLAIASTMAN
Carolyn Farmer at Baker's Fa- to do a picture story on the Clas- I COLOR O* MASco*>e a. &uc ,,c rwa
mous Corner will feature the sic Garth Reeves flies to
Twist and Hully Gully for the Washington Sunday night for a !!
Classic time and Connie has In. Peace Corps conference on Mon- =- He Wrote "The Twist" =

stalled a roe-roe I'll let day Blanche Calloway Is the e HANKBALLARD
Mayme spell It for your, but It's new chairman of the Young
one of those things that cook Democrats.COMMENTS. MIDNIGHTERS E ) SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY
chicken and barbecue. (Note

from Mayme: He means rotlsserle. from people who Honk Moore's Orchestra 3 "III u _..-- ,

:) .. saw the Miami Hostess Club coming I I
Fashion Show last Sunday nightat $UNDAY, DEC. 17 IHARLEM0SQDUARE
the Knight Beat that Aa '
were *2
EVERY NOW and then ue lo. 1
the clothes and models were nice :
cats a person who needs a help- but the show disorganized 1000 NW 14 Avtnv. Q fRancisop
was so
ing hand, and we like to let you Heat Tk MkWghKri' Sing
that thewh01e
know about them. On 2nd ave., When model thing was alud. "Nthf "Annf Hod a BabyTkkefsi |
Intro
a' was
Dim's Shoe Repair Shop at 818, $1.50
Advance !
duced the M. C. couldn't, or ,
owner Al Paco sez, "since the
$1.75
wouldn't te'l the Door
customers if assisi
Cuban people seem to be taking
the outfit was designed by the
most of the jobs, my people
person wearing it, where it
have
don't as much money as
could be bought, if it came from .

-- a shop, or the approximate price. Doctors w CINEgM..ScOPE
Now everyone is wondering Dentists COLOR by DELUXE,
M.Vot Better But Best Homes"ORAD.
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TAYLORREALTY week till next Classic Survey This Location
Live life, every golden minuteof i 1i 1 1I I q,; e. rl *aWstl V PRODUCTION;

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Miami, Florida SEAC TitleThe I i ia
PL 4-4484 MO 7.1304 !
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Beautiful Homes For Sale I COMPANIONS
hard fighting Ddward

Beautiful corner with two Watens College Tigers roared !

home*. 4700 NW 13th Court. from behind to subdue South I I
beautiful lawn. Price 914,000, Carolina's Claflln College 9.8 before HELP WANTED !
a record crowd at Orange-
$2OOO down. Monthly terms ar
ranged. No qualifying, one mort. burg, and In so doing, earned I 15 GOOD WORKERS :
Rage payment.A the championship in the Southeastern I a
Dream Home Athletic Conference. I, Full or part time in Miami. $ _

a bedroom, two baths, built-in EWC, completing the best season Send postcard with name,
In the history of the FloridaCollege
kitchen, Florida room, large address and
phone to 147
refused
to be stoppeda
thing room, spacious closets
the well S. Stratford Dr. STARTS WEDNESDAY
disciplined Tucson
830 NW both St. Total price players ,
18000. $125 month. clawed their way for the 7th win. Arizona.

See 1020 and 1034 NW 51st i AUDREY
HEPBURN
Terr. A working man's paradise.. --
Price 915,000' 9105 permonth.. Bold story about the :: : '
All new and modern. ___ 1JJlElKFIST)
facts of life and love! A,
For that .
spacious, modern home .
see 2215 2023 NW 50th St. ATIJFfMiJ
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Price 917,000, $3,000 cash, SPB.Nbo
9125 per month. .._ > fIONGEORGEPEPPARO

Neat cottage with 2 bedrooms, : -1.\ G1ASSNATA \ .iil,4. ; ,

living room, tile bath, plenty of Wk'.r.a..mro.wlNM

storage, Florida room and a ........,...........MIGKEYROONEYT.. Mr'"r.:
beautiful yard at 125O NW 41st rla.e/.M.MMwK' "par 1i (\("

St. Total price 't3. OO.. Low LifWoOD
monthly FIIA home.
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_PAT HINGLE AUDREY CHRISTIE

20 acre In Gould', fine location, She ived on-fha edge of vIoccc! e!

$3.()()() per acre' Must be seen WeB IX! "
to be appreciated. ft Mo JCFFQE><

These homes \ one under 101 will be admitted unites ncoonimnie| l"by an Sult
are seen by
Plus "The Threat"
starring Robert Knapp
appointment. Call 759.5221

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ORA D. TAYLOR REALTYReg. 5' 1'utlVl' li'ANSBR1lttllfAY61aE0E1sT
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AND Liquors Here Show time 10i30 12:30
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'Florida A & M UniversityWELCOME
PATRONIZE YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD Tie and jacket after 6 p.m.

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA ,,
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CASH $17.50 WK;
VS*?>X.W t i* *t #> i : $100 -
pays all. 2 bedrooms, furnished -

LOOKING THE a near NW 17th Ave.
,. and 50 St. Also a jalou id
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ALA Fla, room. Call today.

SPORTS WORLD OVERBy :

OPEN 1.5 SUNDAY :

1134 NW 50th St. I
LEO B. ARM
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$350 down $70 Mo.

.r hi hn A beautiful furnished 2-
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bedroom home,
Miamians Play Big Uston fight IP? Patterson said with a screened front porch t

'here% Is no reason why he can't for living. Call to
Part in FAMU
'?ht Liston, that is no personal summer
SuccessWhen eason, but he cannot fight the see.
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'us p'.A.mato does not see fit to
the FAMU Rattlers lino 1o so because of what he calls 1 a $390 CASH $75 MO.
up against the Jackson State obstacles in the way which Lis Open Sunday 1.5
Tigers in the 29th Orange Bloa- ton alone can remove. 1612 NW 44th St.
som Classic the line will be ge:!.
,. ,' erously spotted with local The bedrooms furnished with
'" boys confusing part about the .
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good. is
that D'Amato cannot or front and rear porch.
Dade County will be able to *rn,,M not define these hidden BROWNSVILLE STUDENTS Brownsville students were very must ee. Salesman on
boast of such stars as Emory obstacles. ATTEND AIDED YOUTH much in evidence by their parti-
Collier, who baa. made a name for MEETING! IN PA. cipation, Margaret Miles gave the premises.We .
himself quarterbacking for the BOWLING AT TMI) LANES One of the greatest motivation Invocation at the opening session -
Rattlers; Ernest Hart whose of students at Brownsville and Theodore Oreer, John financing also 'j.(
great potentials have given him The Exce'slor Bowling. League Junior High School is to reach Marks, Margaret Miles and Linda arrange
the unique distinction of holding I Iq well advapced with plans to I the 9th grade. It Is at that time Wright were members of a die
a berth on the team in his fresh- have an intpr-leaguo tourney they are eligible for member- cussion "What Allied Youth TRIO REALTY
man year; James TuJHs, who as W v1nesdav, Dec 27. ship In one of the school's most Means to Me." Of particular in-
a junior Is already on the draft This Christmas Tourney will popular and profitable org nizo- trest to the students was the op. 801 NW 54th St. !
list of the New York Giants; have singles and doubles matches tlons, the Allied Youth. portunity of ,becoming personally
9-5465
Austin Wise, whose outstandingplay with trophies and special On November 13th eleven students acquainted with such notables as PL 9-8372 PL
at end position has him be nrlpes.' It will also serve au a and their sponsor left Miami J. C, Penny of the famous Penny NE 5-8745
Ing watched (by several pro warm up for the City Tournament by way of the Seaboard Airline States, Stanley 8. Kresge, Dr.
scouts; the Miller brothers of In January. All bowling Railway The Seaboard plans Paul Stoddard and Dr Daniel ,
Carver High I ; Eugene White I and fans are invited to come out and a very careful Itinerary which Poling, chairman and founder of
Willie Clarln ton, all add 'up to see this tournament and enjoy affords the students delegation, Allied Youth.Dooks .... ..A
give Dade CpU \\f a stalling reps ppme good bowling action made up of posts from Coral
resentation of ptars on the famed News O bles Senior High, Miami Jack and visual aids are the WELCOME CLASSIC
Realty skipped to first
FAMU squad place tie with Wilson a son Miami Edison, and Miami major tools used in educationbut FANS I
The Classic! already! a national defeating EAL Golden Rentals Falcons by High School, the opportunity of even the tools dwaft in 1m- IELNORA'S
attraction, is adding to its three straights last Thursday seeing many of our nation's most tance wren one has the privilege -
prestige by having the popular night. 12th Frame moved ''Into Important sites of Interest. of first hand experience.The .
mag, Sports Illustrated, do a second place. The first stop-over was at ournation's eleven Brownsville Junior SUNDRIESAnd
compete coverage, color photog capitol, Washington, D. High School student whose pa- Luncheonette '
and all,'which will appear as one Team standing are: C. where visits were made to the rents provided them this opportunity \
of Its features In the January Wilson Rentals 20 13 Bureau of Printing and Engrav we are sure, are rewarded
issue. News Realty 20 13 ing, and the Washington Monu by the unforgettable; experI- 4338 NW 27th Ave.
Budweteer Deer is sending Curt 12th Frame '19 14 ment, the FBI Headquarters, the ences gained on this trip. "Great
Flood, popular baseball player Hagan and Fonda Terr 17% 15% White House, the Capitol BuildIngs wide, wonderful, beautiful will be happy to serve you
with the St. Louis Cardinals as Hot Shoppe 17% 15% Arlington N tlonal Ceme world." while in Miami
its representative. American Fur. TV 16 17 tery. The Lincoln Memorial, Jefferson -
'World famous Julian (Cannonball EAL Falcone 15 18 Memorial and Mt Vernon. The delegates; Theodore Greer,
) Adderley and his famous Independents 15 18 From Washington the delegation John Marks, Harold Hlllard i
brother, Nat, both alumniof Olympics 14 19 entrained for New York (N.Y.), Carlen Bush, Mary Carter
the great FAMU marching St. Clalrs Cafe 11 22 City where they were overnight Ernestine Headings, Bever
band will appear as guests at the Brlston Hotel. In ly Johnson, Margaret Miles,
guest soloIsts
during the halftime Individual high game: Eddie New York they visited the United Or co Morley, Carolyn Williams,
show Thorpe 234; Willie Lazier 233; Nations, Chinatown and the Alonza Paschal, Linda Wright TTti
MAYBE PATTERSOX LTSTOX John Marshall 231. Cathedral of St. John the Divine, and their sponsor, Miss Mary V
FIGHT MAYBE Individual high 3-game: Ernest An opportunity to shop and ,lunchat Davis, attest to this expression ;
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Hayes 601 Clyde Young 597! the Automat and visit Radio In what they saw in the one
There could be a Patterson John Marshall '592.Spearing City Music Hall where they saw eventful week of, Nov. 1320.
"Flower Drum Song" climaxed
most delightful visit. ""'
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the Allied Youth International THE
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I with Sports days. Allied devoted Youth to is encouragingand an organization LITTLE ,PARADISE

By HARRY SPEAR stimulating our youth to the CLUB i'

., _'_1_ '_._ IlL 1. ...-- .L' r highest Christian principle with
special emphasis on abstinence
After viewing the fights at small club a chance. We know I from Intoxicating drinks. 44325 SW 17th St. or
Miami Beach and then those! !in they don't pay as much because
closed circuit TV, Christ Dundee! of seating capacity. J Pembroke Road
the promoter, should feel mighty "
proud of himself for the Machen. The Garden Is helping small Vera Johnson, Prop
Jones fight on TV Saturday and clubs up Nprth, why not here D16 KLNOUA PINCIIKIt. Prop (
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then the Rodriguez-Cokes fight Then they could survive! the ex .
which would be a main event at pense. How about it Harry ,._ oJ .
any club In the country. The MarksonT ,

whole show WAS a humdingerThe Your matchmaker Teddy Brenner
fane were well satisfied. was here for the Machen-

Results of the show were well Jones fight, and was asked about $345 down $68 Mo. DREAM HOMESVETS
applauded. But the show that the situation. Try and help them
was pn closed circuit at the some way, please J No closing cost
$4.50 tab featuring Patterson We were pleased to see Negroes
McNeeley and ListonWeetphal sitting all around the 1327 NW 43rd St. NO DOWN PAYMENT
was something to talk about, be- house the other nlte. Nice going
cause If they matched them the Chris Dundee. Keep it upf! Very nice 2 bedroom CBS 22nd Ave. N.W. 154th St.

opposite way the public would with jalousied front porch,
have been < td
satisfied. ." -L.Jj Ji awning oak
carporte ,
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Now that Zora Foley disposedof .
Henry Cooper, the British floor, furnished kitchen. ::-- --::;--:

champ In two rounds, who Is FHA mortgage. Total
Patterson going after now? WillIt $10,800. I 3 i&iIkiiioo ;
be Foley, Machen or some oth-
ed heavyweight? If Sonny Liston -

does not deeerve the preferencewho 2 Hquic on One Lot Corner lot, fenced in. Sprinkler system, hardwood
does We know Liston has
been In trouble, but you can't $195 Down $60 Mo. floor, tile roof.Owner .
hold a man down for that.
No qualifying no closing will home suit
After all some of our greatest paint to buyer
fighters have had trouble sometime Q cost One mortgage, need

or the other., Why ehould repair Very good buy. $550 Down $85 Month
the public be the sucker and -
stand for this type of match- TOTAL PRICE $14,500Open
making If anyone deserves a Wet Hollywood
shot at the title, its Liston. He 21st St.
5427 SW
showed it the other nlght.I pre- 2-6 p.m. daily
dict the show would gross |2 I .
No doing co t. No qualify.ing.
955 NW 75th StreetYou
million.It 0 V
bedroom CBS completely
has been rumored around 2
the grapevine that Patterson'snext furnished. Spotle may lire free In this house and have income. 1
opponent will be Tony WE MAKE YOUR Large lot. Fenced. Beautiful mortgage only.
Alongi!, Rocky Marclaz.o's fight PICTURE .
er. Tony Is young and he need --
a year or so more Rushing these While you wait We have many more homesto

youngsters against the superb Only $1.00 t.. choose from. Visit 283 McNICHOLAS REALTY
baa taken its toll over and over
again. J NW 79th St. or call any-
The small clubs are being DAVID JEWELERS time. 7927 N.W. 7th AvenuePL
shut out one by one. Again herein I 1188 N.W. 3rd Avenue

Florida the reason for this to Phone FR 4-1522 PL7-8450 283 NW 79th It. 1.7592 PL 4-8853
as soon as a boy shows up goodin
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Rev. W. M. Davis to In AppreciationOn I' 'I. M a a II I Ir THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA

Conduct Preaching behalf of the pastor, ElderC. I >
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B. Rock, officers' and mem
ServiceMars bers of Seventh Day Adventist

Hill Christian Church' Dorcas Society we wish to thank :
2455 NW 68th St. Will conduct each and everyone for he'ping Purchase YourWISE
Its first lOUt saving campaign 27 families. If It were not for
beginning Dec. 11.17 with the us to make Thanksgiving real to ,
you, the Food Fair, AG, Stevens /
and Orand way Stored, we could
not have done a deed so grand. : .
Fruit bowls were sent to five I
shut-Ins, two cases of can goods :, ,
were cent to Belize, Honduras r;.
with 376 pieces of clothing and :::' ";'
bedding
Many thanks to Mrs. Ben r. : CHIPS' '; yt
POTATO
Moore, Kelsey Dorsett, Ronald : t" ,1 .
Edgecombe and Fred Davis for 1 .t .I
delivering the baskets.We ;I .
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can express. .' ... .<,. '
Mrs. Vivian Davis I I (, .', AT ALL' "* T. ." .'"
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CARD OF THANKS Fred "Hometown" Hanna, !;* '; .
Joe Markets : :
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I Mrs. Mildred Sawyer of Nassau production director and staff disc I s ,
Jockey of station WMBM, whois
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_ Bahamas, who has spent
4k now on a temporary transferto
seven weeks in Miami in connec-
station WRBB in Tampa, a
tion with surgery, wants her
many friends and relatives to sister station of WMBM Hanna 5c, lOc and PACKAGES
is serving as program director of
know how grateful and appreciative
the Tampa station for six weeks,
t she Is for the evidences of
good wishes for her recovery, setting station. up Hanna the left operation last Wednea of the There is one in your neighborhoodg888888S888888SSS888888S88S8S838S888SS888888S
which they so generously showered
Rev W. M. Davis of Albany, upon her. day.
preaching each night. The oa'i =5=!88!
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Special thanks to her relatives -
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lie is asked to hear Rev.
Miss Eliza Dean of 1722 NW
He Is a dynamic and powerful
speaker. I 3rd ave and Nathan Miller of Broward
Elder Strickland, pastor and 532 NW 17th St., for their spec- DRIVE BY
Elder C. W, Preston Associate ial care of her during her con ,
valesence, and Mrs. Lillle Rob County SEE THIS BRAND NEW MODEL HOME
pastor are trying very hard to
complete the building and Increase inson of 1664 NW 5th court for III 4834 NW 15th Ave.
the membership and they her kindness The fragrant mem- News
call upon friends to and at this ory of the kindnesses and bedrooms, 2 baths, Florida room
time In whatever that thoughtfulness of all shall never ByWalter
way you fade I Orders now being taken on choice lots
come. Elder Strickland has no away.
legs but he Is still faithful, Help Again, a gracious, heartfelt I Howe I If interested call between hours of 5 and 8 p.m.
"thank you" and God bless
if you can.GRACE. i all you .',./ --
Sgt. Mildred A. Sawyer The CWH Chamber of Com I Cash paid for your lot
PRESBYTERIANLast merce will meet Monday, Dec. 11,
CARD OF THANKS 8::30 p.m at its building. All C. C. Wynne, Builder JE 1-6902
Sunday evening we enjoyed *, members are asked to ,be pres-
a beautiful and memor The family of the late, eat
able service of appreciation In I JAMES ANDERSON
honor of Mr, and Mrs. Eddie 'who departed this life November The South Broward VFW Post
Edwards and Mr. and Mrs Fred 23, takes this method to thank 8195 meets Tuesday, Dec., 8:30: 2
Miller Certainly we are proudof I their many friends for their p.m. For the finest food at common sense prices visitFrank's
all the pioneers and faithful kind acts and deeds of sympathy.
members of long standing;, Special thanks to Eugene Kemp, Congratulations to Vera John.
as we close our season of church I manager of the Liberty City son on the opening of the Little Restaurant

anniversary celebration. This Is Housing Project, and the staff Paradise Club, 4432 SW 17th st,
a great Inspiration to the mem. of the Rang: Funeral Home for West Hollywood
bers who are newer in the workof services rendered. We shall for- 2328 NW 6th Avenue
the Lord as it Is expressedhere ever remember you In our pray We'll} be rooting for FloridaA
at Grace. ere and M Rattlers up West Holywood -
The Youth Fellowship akee Mrs Annie Anderson way and South Broward. Serving Breakfast Lunch Dinner
this opportunity to thank all 1301 "
NW 62nd St. Qo-Oo, Rattlers.
who helped make the youth BREAKFAST SPECIAL ..:".
dance a delightful occasion last
Tickets on sale at Bowe'sModernistic

Friday evening. CARD OF THANKSThe Barber Shop, 4444 2 Egg, Grits and Toast .................................'.... 29c
This Sunday morning we will family of the late, SW 17th St. or Pembroke Road.
observe the sacrament of bap- Ask for Walter Bowe, call YU
ism. After the service there will MR. WADE MOORE 3-9613 or Also a variety of cold beer r
would like to express Its appreciation -
be a congregational-corporatlon
meeting for the election of el to those wh.o showed! kindnesses Open 0:30: to 8 p.m. Fri. and Eat. to 1 a.m.
ders, deacons and trustees. during its recent be ST. MARY'S C. W. M.
reavement.Mrs. .
We welcome our visitors to Jessie Lee Harris Rev. E. A. Culmer, pastor
come and share in the inspirational Mrs. Eunice Kendrick Mrs. S. Dawkins, reporter ---.
spirit that is filling our Mrs. 'Cella M Johnson Sunday School . . 9:45:
activities during this season of Morning worship . 11:00 Open Sunday for Your Inspection

L advent BAHA'I WORLD FAITH Evening worship . . 7:30:
J 2984 NW 70th Terrace .

TEMPLE BAPTIST I I Former Senator Claude Pepper Services on Sunday were very

Rev. L. A. and Phillip Marangella, a staff Inspiring. The Rev. H V. Stuart FHA Approved to a qualified buyer
Thompson pastor reviewer in the office of was in charge. The choirs sang
Sunday School......M............... 9:31: Comptroller, U. S. the Jointly and both usher boards Beautiful 2-bedroom CBS home carporte large lot
Morning Worship ................ 11:01: Japan, will be the Army, in served. ,
Evening Worship .................... 7:31: the Baha'i speaker at Our pastor is still under the $70.74 month plus small down
B. T. U. .................................... 8:3C< Rights Day celebration, to be held of Human 2 p.m. weather. We pray for his speedy per payment.

The Rev. J A. Butler of Boynton Sunday, Dec. 10, In the Rubal- I recovery, and for others who are This magnificent and outstanding home of 4-bed-

district missionary of Atlan yat Room of the Algiers Hotel, ahut-lns.
tic Coast Baptist Association, I Miami Beach You are invited to come to help rooms and 2 baths with many, many fine features.
will his Sen. Pepper will speak the Pastor's Aid Board of the
pay official visit on Sun- on
day at 11 a.m. He is a veteran "Peace as a Human Right," and church celebrate its anniversary Can be seen by appointment only.
preacher with a message. The Mr. Marangella, who is a member Sunday afternoon, Dec. 10.
public la invited. of the Northeast Asia Na. 4125 NW 10th AvenueSee
The Sunday School( will sponsor tional Spiritual Assembly ot the MT. CALVARY BAPTIST

a baby contest Sunday at Baha'ls, will speak" on "T h e Sunday School . . 9:30: it and CallFenster's
rI- 3 ,p.m. A spicy program has ,been invited Road to Peace. The public is Morning worship . 11:00:

prepared for the occasion All are ,Miss B. T. U. . . . . 5:30:
invited Please cooperate. chairman! Olive of the Alexander Baha'is, of :vice Miami Evening worship . .7:00 Realty PL9-0511 *

and popular. executive director Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor 1266 NW 62nd Street |
TRINITY CME of JESCA, was elected dele- Mrs. Christine Cherry, reporter
gate to the Baha'ls National Con
( Rev E. T. Brown, pastor ventlon to be held In-the Baha'House The highlights of our, services
Sunday being the first and last
Sis.
Julia Hammond
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reporter4th of Worship. In Wilmette, Sunday in the old Our
St. and 6th Ave. year
Sunday School . 9:30: Ill.alternate.George The Savltt State was Conventionwas elected an pastor preached a very Inspiringmessage THE SPECIALChristmas

Morning worship . 11:00: held last Sunday in Sara something that should
Evening worhlp . 7:00: sota. prepare us for the New Year.
'; Rev. T, R. Wells, presiding Since we are at the last mile
_ elder will hold the first quarterly of the old year and our last Lord EditionOF
conference with business sessions Supper the services were very
Friday night. Rev. Wells REDUCE E Z spiritual and uplifting
will deliver the sermon Sunday Lose Theme: I have desire to eat
morning at 11 o'clock. 20 pounds weekly. this passover with you before I
The Liberty Choir Union will Effective medication, in suffer."
jections.
be at Trinity Sunday afternoon, lallzing. Physician 1pf'C-' wQr UliamiWill Wtmr
Dec 10 at 3 o'clock. Deacon O
W. Smith Is president.The FR 3.2748
Missionary Society extendsan 1545 SW let St. Advertise It Pays!

Invitation to the public to attend be published Friday, Dec. 22ndAll
Its bazaar on the )rd Sunday

Dec. 17 In the dining room business places and individuals wishing to extend
of the church. Dinners will be

morning erred service.every Sunday The minister after, DREAM HOMESFABULOUS Season's Greetings to their patrons and friends should


; everyone Rev. E, a T.special Drown Invitation extend to to OPEN DAILY TILL 9:00 have their copy in our offices no later than Tuesday,

share with us in our special December 19.

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA

: ,SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1961 PAGE ,11
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$ 1488 NW 71st St., For' appointment
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you are sick or worried, don't ,:.. I

fall to see me todny. Office hours ,: .a'

sally 1 p.m. to 0 p.m. Thursday if:

1 p.m. to 0 p.m. Sunday 11 a.m.'J'J::.;
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Mary Llnder Arline, Worthy up "'\
Matron of Second Supreme Chap ....Ir/1/
ter No.4. Order of Eastern Star, :: ;,' I I
of the International Free and 5417 BW 17 St. '"
Accepted Modern Masons, which 5,5
,...... celebrated Its first anniversarylast WESTHOLLYWOOD ,
CELEBRATED FIRST ANNIVERSARY Sunday, Dec. 3, at 3 p.m. at I'
Members of the the Dixie Park Auditorium, 340
FLA.
Second Supreme Chapter No.4, NW 13th at. PROF. 1IUNTER
Order of Eastern Star, of the
International Free and Accepted / Mrs. Arllne announced this I
Modern Masons celebrated their RE55 week, that the affair war a shining t ti
first anniversary last Sunday success and expresses many It has been proven _
afternoon at 3 o'clock at Dixie thanks and appreciation to all
Park Auditorium, 340 NW 13th who in any way helped to makeit i
St A very appropriate programwas I that way.-Johnson photo. Advertising pays off!

rendered on the occasion, IARCHIE!
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refreshments were served.
Shown in the picture are: left FINDER! DJXT _
to right, first row (seated) Mee- l Altman Insurance
dames Marie Childs, Annie Mae

Arline Green,, treasurer W M.; ; Adgnoe Mary Linder Brad THE OPKXINfl of (he Tropl. S. Holmes) RO 34057145 Dot 768 NW 3rd Ave. FR 1-2421

shaw, associate matron; Beul h cal Park racing season surprised K (Prov.) KMAG, APO 31, San
Watron, and '''Catherine Parker, many with Its segregation barriers Francisco, Cal and this year
financial secretary. dropped. This new policy there was an addition-"Kitty" INSURANCE FOR EVERYONEDON'T \
Second row: Lucille Miller has been very well:! accepted, like (the wife ) Thanks pals) I I
most happenings there Is at all Herbert Rizer returned to LOSE YOUR LICENSEWe
Lee Lizzie
Mary Slmpklns, Mae
times attachment with Schlitz after Davie
some Its Hyder gave up
J-nes, Matte Lee Gerald Bettle
changes that we have to adjust his driver-salesman position. can help you. We cover hospitalization, life,,car,
Mae Wallace, Virginia Thomas,
Susie Hawkins Rosa Mae Gerald ourselves too. There was a hikeIn The route Is doubled and Herb home. Special attention to SR22. Small. down pay
and Dorothy Mungin. dally double tickets from two I (was to be the Old Milwaukee ment. We finance.
to three bucks and admission has man in this area), but this
Third Lena Pearl Moore
row ,
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been doubled from 1.00 to $2.00 change makes him your Schllztz
Lena Hillard, Gladys Mitchell, but I am sure that the recent man Leopold Flnley Is homeon
Alneda Biggs, recording secretary advance step at Tropical is satis- j 15 days leave. Ho is stationedat
; Leoa Bailey, Isabelle Harris factory to ,patrons and managemEnt Offutte Alrforce Base in "
and Everlyn Roberts-John, alike and I am hoping others Omaha, Neb. His coming home OR RADIO TROUBLE
son of Miami photo will follow thru. continue to take on changes.
His service time is ten years TV PHONE PL 1-8381
Schools Practice CLASSIC TIME lie Is a BTW graduate, class of
yis: IC'H riAHKlc Time In Ml- '50 Clara Mae Alexanderand House Service Calls $1.50 ,
Good CitizenshipThe ami with all roads leading to the Theotis Underwood Jr., are Repair and Sales Free DeliveryAll
home. of the Orange Blossom, planning their altar trek after
work
Junior American Citizens The Orange Bowl game and The the Christmas holidays (Dec. 11 guaranteed
clubs sponsored by John Mac Miami Hurricanes where CannonBall Olympic track star Wilma KNOW YOUR TV MAN AND SAVE MONEY
donald Chapter, DAR, began a Adderley will participate In Rudolph, named nation's worn
most promising year for learn- the half time show with his ; an athlete of the year and William JOE SCOTT
ing about and for practicinggood special rendition of the Twist I Ward A and IU student Authorized Factory TV Repair Co., Inc.
citlzneship. The selection of Jackson, Miss as to exchange nuptial TOWS. PL 18381
923 N,W. 62nd Street
Reports from James Weldon the opponents for the Rattlers in I I
Johnson, Bunche Park and East Its 29th classic event has promIses ;;: :.;
Opa Locka Eementary: School of a atella event The I 1
prove the deep interest that Original Classic Dance at the I QualityPhotography
these schools have in developing Fiesta Room of the Mary Eliza!

active, informed and patriotic beth Hotel featuring the famous : To enjoy your favorite drink ina
Americans. I FAMU Collegians and other attractions a
These three schools are 100 i is what's really hap pleasant and distinguished atmosphere
percent JAC. John Macdonald I pening after the gam. J (
Chapter la very proud of their : -
many achievements, and very I I'ltE-CIJASSIO hlu'illRDUi at I
happy to be so closely associated Bayfront Park auditorium Fri VISIT THE I
with them iu this most valu day evening will add to this
AJohnson
able work. i great event. Dllly Rolle's Band, 4
staged by the Miami alumni chapter SAVOY SATELLITE
of FAMU Is sponsoring the >r
affair The National Children's -
Beautiful Home
on
Hospital /ays
Cardiac "MIAMI'S MOST I1ICAUTIFUL LOUNGE"Enjoy
Your Lot "thanks" for the tremendous
response. Your patronage to their the Baldwin Organ Music of
Thrift Shop at 736 NW 7th ave
Charles
7 Rogers Nightly
C xaStaaRty helped That Thanksgivingbasket
the Jolllette Club presented Conditoned! Cut-rate Package Goods

to Iona Turner at 1967 of Miami Yes we deliver, 4-8 p.m. Call PL 0-9400
66th st. and her ten cnlld-
NW UILUUH J. IJIIABHFIELD, MANAORIlIlAHMAIDSt
N.W. 17th Street
409
went a long way. To all organizations
ren
ROSETTA CLKM HATTIE
that contributed at
Phone FR 7-2294
this most opportune time and PLENTY OP I'AHKINQ IN TUB REAR
like the Turn ,
Complete Building 8 rvlo. grateful families ,
ers thanks you a million 6222 N.W. 7th Ave. (In Jackson's Store Bldg.)

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA IN MEMORIAM Range: Francis .


PAGE 12 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1961 In memory of'n' loving wife Wade Moore of 460 NW '12th Joseph Leslie of 2155 NW 5th

and mother., St., died Nov. 30. ,He is survived ave., died Nov 27. Services will ;
CAROLYN RAIN by three daughters, Mesdames be held at Temple Baptist Churchon
Dec. 9, 3 p.m. with Ret. L.
Jessie Harris Eunice Kendriclc
who moved on into the mysterious
CARDSMEMORIALSCARD beyond December 8, 1959. and Celia Johnson, five grand A Thompson officiating. The
When some great sorrow likea children and a sister, Mrs. Rose body will be on view at his home
Futch Services were conductedin 7 p.m. Friday. Survivor ,Include 1
-- mighty river flows' through our
with the chapel Wednesday! four daughters, Mrs. Olivia Lava -
lives destroying
power
OF THANKSThe CARD OF THANKSThe and dearest peace ones are swept,. rlty, Mrs. Catherine Hush, Mrs.

from our sight forever, we'll say Miss Margret Dhon; of 109 2nd Mary Alice Woodside und Mrs.
family of the late, family of the late, to our heart each trying hour. Terr., Miami Beach, died Nov. 30. Virginia{ Gunning; four sons,
ZACK WILCOXof THOMAS MILLERare This_ too shall pass away. She was a native' of Key West Walter, Leslie Ervin Leslie and
5423 NW 30th ave., wish to desirous of expressing their Albert' G. Bain and I-'amlly I and lived in',Miamf Beach for 29 William Leslie and Eugene Wilson
thank the many friends for all thanks! and deep appreciation for years She "is survived; by two ; a sister, Miss Marie Leslie,
the kindness shown them in the many kind gestures of''sympathy sisters, Mesdames Isabelle Jones aunt Mrs. Sophia Winder Nas
their hour of bereavement. shown them in their hourof : IN MEMORIAMIn and Loretha Simmons and three sau.

Special thanks to the Range bereavement. Special thanks brothers, James, Alfonso) and Ali
Funeral Home and the Rev. Ru- to Elder C. B. Rock and mem- loving memory of our dear fred Dixon Services were held Boy Lee Davis Sr., of 1410 NW
dolph Thompson tor such courteous bership of Bethany S D. A. mother and sister,. Monday in the Church of God of 1st ave died Dec. 5. Services
service. Church, to the House of Albert Prophecy with Elder Knowles of- will be held Monday, Dec. 11 2
r The Family and to.all. the friends and neigh- ficiating. p.m. in the chapel. The body will
bors who played'such a big part be on view in the chapel Sun

IN MEMORIAMFLORENCE in helping?to Ughten, &*their* ..load. A r I Andrew ,WHkerson of 29 98 day afternoon until funeral time.
Daisy Miller, wife NW 51st Terr., was the victim of Survivors include his wife, Es-

HENDRICKS an accidental drowning; on Dec., telle!, a son Roy Lee, mother, Mrs.
ARANHA I 2 He si survived by mother, Lizzie Coper.
Died December 6, 1933 IN MEMORIAMIn Mrs. Rosa Mae "Burns, his stepfather

THE FAMILY John Burns, three broth. Willie James Ray of 224 NW
sad but loving memory of ers and eight step-sisters. Ser- 12th st., died Friday, Dec. 1. The
our dear mother and grandmother vices were he'd Thursday at An. body was shipped to Cuthbert,
IN MEMORIAM tioch Baptist Church. Ga Thursday for final rites.
... .. Survivors include
--- -- r his mother,

In loving memory of, M .t % Olympia Durham of 1760 NW 1 Mrs. Martha Waldon, a sister,

SYBIL HOGAN 68th st., died Dec. 5. He is sur WIndell, grandmother, Mrs. Car.
who passed away Dec 11, 1954 M rte Bell Ray.
vived by his wife, Eddie Mae I
No one knows how much we miss four clsters, Mesdames Alice

one Groom, Emma Lee Judson, Elmira 1- I Larry Eugene Zanders of 339
No knows the bitter pain Moore and Albertha Cobbs ; NW 13th at., accidentally chokedto

We have suffered since we los 4 I and four brothers, James, Clem- death on a piece of bubble
you, : e w M ; 4 i on, Ivory and Clyde. Services will gum on Dec. 5. Services were
Life has never been the same A be held this Saturday at 4 p.m. held In the chapel Dec. 8 at 10:30:
In our hearts your memory MRS. ROSA OATS in St. Mark Baptist Church Mr. a.m. with Rev. Aaron D Hall

lingers who departed this life Dec. 7, Durham is now on view in the officiating Survived by his parents
Sweetly, tender, fond and true d 1960 chapel Mr. and Mrs. Leon Zan

No day passes our dear one We said goodbye not too Long ders, two brothers Michael and
That we do not think of you Jonathan, three sinters, Debra,
Sadly missed by, ago.We George Ambrteter Rolle of Cecelia and Michelle, grandparents -
will meet dear mother
you 1151A NW 5th died Dec.
Mrs. Gladys Sands, sister ave.. .
Mrs. Louise Roberts, sister And sister on the far away shore. C He is survived by four sisters,
,. '
God rest
1 Mrs. Elsadle Meredith, Sis. : May you. Mesdames Rebeecca Shuler,
Wllford Eugene Duncan, Mrs Priscilla Davis, Dght. 1 Marva Hollinsworth, Lillian Gordon Richardson .
brotherand Willie Davie, James L. Davis : and Erma ,Ambriater, two

Family sons' brothers. Herman Rolle and Albert Bradford J. Saunders of Bimlnl
rM 4ti Mrs Janett Jones, ,Ambrlater, two aunts Mrs died Dec. 4, Services will be held
t Mrs. Ruth Nathansan, Lear Carr and Mrs. Edith Jack- Dec. 10 at the St. Stephens

IN MEMORIAMIn Mrs. Bertha Roundtree son, and three uncles, Charlie Episcopal Church of Bimlnl with
4 1 Bough and Herman and Ronnie Father Fitzhugh officiating He

Rolle. Services will be held Mon. leaves to mourn his wife. Rachel,
of beloved
loving memory our MRS. OLA JONES day at 3 p.m. in the chapel. The a son, Willie Saunders, a sister,
husband/ and father, who departed this life December body will be taken to the real Mrs. Albertha Data, all from
JOHN L. STRAUGHTER THS
DEA
9, 1959 dence at 11 p m. Sunday. Bimini, three brothers, Willardof
who departed this life December
Sleep on dear mother and take' Bimini, Willis of Boston and
5, 1960, to whom we> are devot your rest. < .. Lionel of WeM Palm Beach

ed.Rest Sadly missed by, Airs Ella Mae Peoples Todd,
on take your sleep, your, Mrs. Lithe Mae Lawson, House of Albert of 314 NW 14th St., died Dec. I Charles Knowles of 2815 NW
but
wife and children love you, She is
daughter survived by her husband, 50th st died
Dec. 4. Serviceswill
God loves I you best. Still after, ,Mrs. Willie M. Jones. Rev, John R. Heyward of 534 Willie, her mother, Mrs. Rub ; be held in the chapel on
death we depart, so till Judge daughter NW 3rd court died Nov. 23. His Peoples, four sisters, Edna Dixon Saturday, Dec.' 9 at 9 a.m. with
ment day when we meet again, Scott, Deaulah and survivors are his widow, Al- Betty Dobeon Daisy Lewis Rev. E. Jackson officiating. He

then God will separate the sheep Benjamin Morrow, I bertha Heywood, two sons, a' and Viola People, five brothers Is survived by two sons, Gilbert,
the Sheep on the
from goats. grandchildren II daughter, a brother and an aunt.Setvlces James Clarence Julius Aaron and Walter Knowles, two
right, goats on the left. *
were conducted Nov 29 Walter and two aunts, Mesdames -
daughters, Mrs. Beatrice Carter
Thanks to Mrs. Range and
Grace Butler and Thelma
at Mt. Carmel Baptist Church. I
and Mrs. Ida Goodrum of Win
Rev. Mozel of Range Funeral
IN MEMORIAMThere Jefferson Services will be held
He was sent to Charleston, S.C.
ter Haven, a sister Mrs. Lenora
Home. Also Otis and Ella Vance
for final rites.Rudolph Monday at 1 p.m.. in the chapel. Thompson.
and all who were aO kind to us Is an open door at the

in our hour of bereavement. end of the road, Shaw 1832 NW 6th
'' Carrie D Slaughter, wife In which each must alone Rev. John Harris of 1790 NW Airs Henrietta Buggs of 921
go died Nov. 26 was funeralls-
i Flemon Straughter, father And there is light ave. 56th st., died Dee 6 at his resi NW 55th Terr died Dec. 2. Services -
a we cannotsee ed from the chapel Nov. 28, RevO.
1 Elizabeth Straughter, Dght. dence. He is survived by a were held in Greater
He is
John and Anthony Mundy officiating. survived brother, Charlie, several nieces Bethel AME Church with Rev.S. .
Our
Father
claims his
own, his wife daughter a
by a ,
and nephews. A. Cousin officiating She is
Straughter, sons In sad but loving of Arrangements are
memory slater and aunt.
Josephine Stevens, aunt our dear mother, grandmother, incomplete survived by three daughters, Mrs
Paul Stevens and I Baker Edna Townsend and Mrs. Low-
great grandmother "
James of 323 NW
of
Orlando
Carrie Harrison, cousins son and Mrs. Marie
10th St., died Nov. 28. Serviceswere Mrs. Grace Mahone of 14250 Count of Cleveland, a son, Theo
conducted Dec. 2 in the NW 22nd ave., died Nov. 29 at dore of Miami, nine grandchildren .
chapel with Rev P. W. Williams her residence. She is survived by
IN MEMORIAMIn
officiating. Ills survivors Include seven sisters Mesdames Zeffer

two daughters, Mesdames Fulmore, Mattie White, Mozell
Elijah Jones of Florida
sad but loving memory of Luvina Wallace of Providence, Godewell, Katherine Williams, City,
died Dec. 2. Services
our dear' mother and 'grandmother R, I. and Cherry Woes of Brooklyn R. J. Richardson, Lizzie Rich Dec. 8 in St. Matthews were Churchin held
and three stepsons ardson and Rebecca Williams, a
I Homestead lie leaves his wife
brother, Leroy Richardson, two Cola.
Edward Riley of 2052 NW 6th '.ons, Jerome and Eugene Hayes
court, died Dec. 2. He leaves to and a daughter, Edna Hayes of
mourn his widow, Emma, a Services will bo conducted Sat Henry Thornton lllVfc NW
daughter, Mrs. Eddie Lee Gill- urday at 1 p.m. in Greater New 15th St., died Dec. 6. Services
yard, a step daughter a foster Bethel Baptist Church with Rev will be held Dec. 14 at 2 p m.
daughter several grands and. W. K. Smith, officiating She is in the chapel. He leaves a
tvp great grands. Services will be now on view in the chapel. daughter, Mrs. Madline Clark,
held Saturday at 2 p.m. at St. two step daughters Mrs. Willie
Luke Baptist Church, Rev. P. W. Frank Bailey and Mrs. Mattie

Williams, pastor. He will be on Advertise It Pays! Wise five;, grandchildren, three
view in the chapel 2 p.m. Friday. great grands.

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{ F Dec 2. Chapel services will be "Living Service for the Living" .,.

conducted Saturday at" p.m. .
: She resided at 1116 NW 59th st. -"'
along with her mother, Mrs. Annie .. .... 'I
,_.__ __ brother '... '. ,,4. ,
n ""n. Brooklns and Joe
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departed this life December three other brothers and a sister.
4, 1960. She will be on view in the chapel
May she rest in peace 4 p.m. Friday
_
t Reuben Haynes, son
Rev. J. E. Murray, son-in-law Mrs Ethel MoCall of 5040 SW L ='
John A. Miller, son-in-law 18th St., West Hollywood died
-... Allean Baity daughter Dec. 2. Services were conducted '

MRS. NELLIE WILSON Magnolia Miller daughter Thursday at Mt. Zion Methodist

who departed this life December Delineator H Murray, Dght. Church West Hollywood, Rev.
5, 1952. Mildred Kelly, Edward F. D. Wright, pastor. She is survived -

,May she rest in ,peace and may Haynes, Oliver Murray, by four sisters four broth
perpetual shine her. grandchildren era, a step son and four step
light upon .
'done, but not forgotten. Eddie and Reuben Haynes, daughters Oscar L Range Funeral Home

:". Rev. C. J. Burney, son great grandchildren
L., C. Burney, eOn Christine Haynes, Morris Wad of 322 NW 16th M. Athalie
Moszella Cooper, daughter daughter-in-law Terr died Dec. 5. Services will Range, Owner N. Patrick Range, Mgr.

Iris Wilson, daughter be held Friday at 3:30 p.m. in
Sam Walker, grandson ., the chapel, Rev. F. L. Smith officiating t p 5727 N.W. 17th Ave.

Brunnell Holland, WELCOME CLASSIC He is survived by his
: granddaughterLillian wife, Nettle, a daughter, Mrs. OX 1-0131 OX 1-4343
June Fuller, Marian Marshall of Jacksonville .
great granddaughter FANS and three aunts. .6 J .


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FOR RENT1.DEDROOM BUY A HOME TODAY Only'.... one in Liberty City ;' "

HOUSES FOR SALE ,.
APT. Gas and Drive by these beautiful Homes YOU BUY
water free. $20 weekly, |75 office. We will help then come by our t '
monthly. 1076B NW 64thc St. on you with' the finance. WE FRY

three bus lines f'* x,14(' 1. 5875 NW 31st Ave. $995 down 3100 :NW 70th Street "

BEAUTIFUL Furnished"; room, (Brand new 3-bedroom home) !IQUEENIE'S FISH AND :
Open Sunday 1-5 .
Private entrance, private''room, 2.,, 7021 NW POULTRY MARKET p.m.
29th jBeautiful "
Ave.
walk In closet with window I $500 down $83-Mo. 2-bedroom, CBS
wall to wall carpet 1886 NW 31b drooms, 2 baths, carport '
on large corner lot, hardwood
69th st. 3. 2900 NW Open 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
68th Street $1,500 down floors, large living

tip M, who set lives your alone price.Is interested A 3-bedrooms, 2 baths, ,patio 5812 NW 12th Ave. room with picture window

young niett In renting a nice roomto 4, 1360 NW 42nd Street $400 down $71.92 Mo. including stove and refrig

any Interested ersob. Accessto bedrooms Large closets ..,. erator. Full price $10,500at
"
whole hous Bus passes fegii- $80 per month, with
Ularly. Located, in ItichixtoiidHeights 5, 2166 NW Stat Terr $795 Down Classic small down payment.
ar6a. CE $-221. Specials
M6v right in, no qualifying'

tiDAUTIFtfL 1-bedfoOm, Unfurnished 6. 1058 NW 47th 't 3-bedroom CBS home with 0
Refrigerator and rr. $400 down $76.13 Mo.
apt
,
extra bldg. on rear. $700 2 HOMES ON ONE LOT
stove. 1462 NW 53rd St. NA 2*bedroom horns, l larg Florida room down
DI62.DEDROOlI $77.11 per month.
43285. 7. 1335 NW iOth st. $400 Down Near 40th St., ''N.W. 1475 NW 51st Street

HOUSE. Fla. room, A 3.bedroom beauty'_One
Jalousled porch. $25 week, Also mortgage payment 3-bedroom CBS home, car- Open Sunday 1-5 p.m.

1 bedroom house. Lights, water 8. 1343 NW 40th St. $400 Down $74.90 Mo. porte arid garage. $400 A good opportunity for,
MU furnished.15740. 2220 NW 61st St Real nice, clean home down, $85 month. 15 year you very to live rent free. These '

D15 9. 1319 NW FHA. NW 47th St. homes both have bedrooms
40th St. $400 Down $68.95 Mo. 2* -

BEAUTIFUL 1 'bedroom, unfur- 10. 1481 NW 42nd St. BUSINESS AND and are in very good
$750 Down
condition inside and
nished apt. Refrigerator and PROFESSIONAL3.bedroom out.
Large 3-bedroom
stove. 1462 NW 53rd St.. NA home plus extra cottage 2 bath, Fla. Low down payments. Comesee
43285. D16 Move Right In room, 2-car garage with and let Mr. Chris work

LARGE 3-BEDROOM houBe. $20. complete bath. Many other out a deal for you that will

Liberty City area. Call NE Ask about Our brand new homes in the Goulds extras. $18,900. An outstanding satisfy your pocketbook.We .

4-0500 I Perrine areas, only $200 down I home. can finance your auto
CLEAN FURNISHED with
room BUSINESS
all modern conveniences, Includ. mobile liability insuranceon ,
log cbokihg privileged In qUiet l OPPORTUNITYA small monthly paymentsGoodman's
place. Call OX 1.4864. We have over $00 Other* going coin operated laun- V
We are open Saturday and Sunday tool
EFFICIENCY, down town area. We will trade dry, 20 washers and 6 dryers -
old house lot
your or
1300. Call NE 4-0500.
grossing $12,000 an Real
-- -- .... ...
Mr.- nually.
NK E FURNISHED efficiencyapt
Close to NW 27th ave. at Estate & Insurance
Percy L. JohnsonReg.
6M St. Call NE 4-0127 for ap-
pointment. FORD REALTY Inc. Heal Estate llroker
2688 NW 62nd'St..
3781 Grand Ave.
NICE ROOMS for nice people.
OX 1-0380
543 NW 8th St., phone 377-2143. 5524 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 7-2559 Phone HI 6-0334

ROOM cottages, stoves and IJILuIL
water furnished. $10 weekly. Deal with the largest real estate officein
509 NW 8th St. FR 72902. I i I .
Liberty City OPEN SUNDAY
ROOM HOUSE. Furnished. $14
weekly. Call E. Picard Rental
Agency, FR 72902. LOVELY CBS HOMESLook

FURNISHED 1 bedroom
ment, large rooms, stove apart-, re what $500 cash will buyNo
frigerator, 4190 NW 32nd Ave. NEW APTS.' LOW RATES .
Extra Charges Just One Mortgage
LOWEST RENT In town. 2-
bedroom .. ... ,
apartment. $14. 3200 H.4321 ---- -
NW 47th EFFICIENCIES and 1 & 2 BEDROOMS
St.E. NW 11th Court
PICARD Furnished or Unfurnished
Rental Agency 3 bedrooms, 2 Fla. rooms, hardwood floors, awnings,
Rental Management collections, real; property estate I ELECTRICITY fence, lovely landscaping.

560 NW 8th St. FR 7-290! FREE
GAS .

FOR SALE'CAR WATER 1136 NW 46th Street

Private owner of 1961 Fal, o :.-
baths home oversizedlot.
con. $160 down, $54.50 month 5 bedrooms, 2 extra large on
Iy Can OX 1-9541, Near everything.
222 NW 22nd Street

r CBS house _- .____
oak! floors, on large
' corner lot with fruit and
palm
377-4149
Call Mr. Myers
-
I trees. 1451 NW 43rd St. 770 NW Slat Street '
Bus 5 Stops at corner near building
BEDROOM CBS furnished, tHe Lovely home on 2 lots. First time offered. Will be ;

Jot roof, HIA hardwood floors, corner sold today. Only $500 down. No extra charges., .',
commitment
Must
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,
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tra sacrifice! leaving town. Save ex ,, ," *',* 7ii ,
$700 buYing'
direct from owner .
1175 NW 45th St. NE.J.. 5-267?. CHRISTMAS SPECIALS 2990 NW 69th Street :v 10-:'" $>


Sewing, WANTED alterations or baby Move Right In 3 bedrooms, corner, fence, awnings, huge lot. Only
Itting. NE 4-4183 or 1863 NW $76 per month.
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St. Miss T YIor. t PAYMENT
J. NO, DOWN ," ...
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: ,. 'a GORGEOUS CBS HOME' ,
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Fully Equipped _--0--- Gorgeous CBS large rooms, Fla. room, garage. A-l. .
A sale f "'t t
bargain and balance shape. $68 per month. :
$175
now
deposit pay
Reasonable. Low closing costs-
rent
Centrally located on bus y $200 later. No extra charges. One mortgage $72 -- 0- ., '. ;..,

avenue. Was successfully per month. Open Sunday 12.5 p.m. 820 NW 76th Street 6
going business. Previous
owner closed only because LEGAL REALTYPL 3 bedrooms, garage, huge back yard, 15 fruit trees. *

of health. 8-0290 MU 8-3923 $77 per month. .

Call FR 3-9368 NIGHTS SUNDAYS WEEK DAYS .

943 NW 2nd Ave.
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Jackson and what a baa
HAPPENINGS IN OUR SCHOOLS Congratulations are in order ket a fat healthy baby boy
for the new Miss Orchard Villa I. Strachan, reporter
of 196162. Phyllis Johnson has ltJr C. M. Pearsall, .principal
-.....- ..QIiiI .... ...... ............... ..... been selected as our queen by the
student body. The runner ups
DUNBARThe THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA
were Linda Hicks, Brenda Jack-
Personal Mention
annual Fall Festival sponsored PAGE 14 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1961BethuneCookman son.It beauty follows -
by the Dunbar Unit PTA seems as though Pembroke Smith
proprietorof
successful. Co-chair. beauty, because our queenof
was moat Smitty's Shoe Repairing at 71
Leland.All
Lillian
H. Littles and last year was
man, Mesdames
St. Nicholas Ave. in New York
ladies are
thank of these young
Gussie Hamilton say you
Has right. for the past eight years has sold
their
cooperation.ETV in own
for your generous queens his business and is In Miami
Coordinator, Miss Kitty
The' Thanksgiving week was a spending a vacation and lookingover
Culver spent last the Thursday with at Annual Alumni Dinner happy one for the Orchard Villa business possibilities. Whilein
'observing program
Dunbar ua. with its follow-up. Mrs. Staff Baskets were 'distributed the city he is guest of his
Patricia Cabrerra, ETV Social Huger, administrative assistantto throughout the community for sister and brother-in-law Mr.
Studies teacher was a Friday afternoon the president of Bethune- the needy families. This projectwas and Mrs. Charlie Johnson 25-
visitor, to the delight of A Cookman College, were guests of under the leadership of the'I NW 65th Terr.Advertise.
r the pupils scheduled in the after. honor and greeted the Bethune Sunshine Committee. Mrs. V. '
noon and to the envy of those College; alumni, former'' studentsand Harrow, chairman. The stork delivered It Pays!
basket to the
viewing in the morning. friends. a surprise
Bragg Turner, chairman of the
Physical Education Department,
announced that of the 450 6th
and 6th grade pupils tested for
physical fitness in accordancewith
President Kennedy's mini-
mum fitness requirements, only
two were found to be underde- AMASS

veloped.Dr .

Willie Frank Payne and
Alfonso Johnson both of Morris
Brown faculty, visited our schoolon
Tuesday. Dr Payne, memberof & :
a well known Coconut Grove ;
family, is head of the biology M
department; Mr. Johnson does RALLY
the public relations and is chairman

of the recruiting committee. -

Mrs Johnny McMillan, director .
of the Dunl>ar Day Nursery,
was called to Jesup, Ga., last DR. WILLIAM E. CLARK
weekend to attend the funeral of
her great-aunt, Mrs. Claudia The Dade County Chapter of
To Protest JimCrowIn
Wright. the Bethune-Cookman College
Alumni Association held its annual
We welcome as substitute Alumni Dinner on Thurs-
1 teachers Mesdames Hall, Law- day evening, Dec. 7 at the Georgette
rence, Richardson and Shaw as Tea Room, 2540 NW 51st
well as J. E. FaysonCongratulations St. Organized Labor
are in order
for Scevla Adams, Miss Sophomore
of Tuskegee who was initiated
into the Undergraduate
Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta So-
rority on that campus.
Dunbar will have a Marchingunit
in the Orange Blossom Clas- HEARA.
sic parade this Saturday Mr.
Mason, Mrs. Roslyn Bethel, Law,
rence and Finley are all work- ,
Ing with the unit. Brownie ? .
Troop 304 held its Investiture
Service on last Friday from 3 to
4 p.m. This group will also
march in the parade on Saturday PHILIP
Miss Franklin is troop lead.
er, assistants are Clara Alexan- .
der and Mrs Betty Burroughs. '. .
Brownie committee members are
Mesdames D. C. Bethel, Bessie
Dennis, Flowers and Hawkins.

LIBERTY CITY r r.. RANDOLPH

Despite the fact that Christmas
is just around the corner,
.our boys and girls are ever mind. w Main SpeakerA.
ful of their school duties-even DR: RICHARD V. MOORISMR.
though they have to be reminded -
of same spasmodically. Nevertheless Vice president AFL CIO
PHILIP RANDOLPH
we can't escape it;
Christmas is upon us, and every
room, even our front doors, are PRESIDENT BROTHERHOOD SLEEPING CAR
saturated with Us theme. ,
The Resource Class is busy
working .on its first newspaper, 'PORTERS
which shall be printed some timein
January. The class plans to
print a paper every month in an
effort to acquaint the community e PRESIDENT, NEGRO AMERICAN LABOR
,with some of the activities in
Ue class, as well as to presentthe COUNCILAlso
general public with some of
I the creative interests of Its mem-

bers.Teachers Juanita Patten and other nationally famous speakers

Denis Thomas are busy acquaint
ing students with the proper
usage of the telephone. A round
applause goes to the Bell
I Telephone Co. for permitting the
school to use its kit. Mt.Zion Baptist ChurchCORNER
I Everyone is grieved over the
I tact that our speech teacher, 1
Mrs!! Gussie Dobbs is sick. To her .
many friends, she may be seen
at aha Mt. Sinai Ilopltal-doctors JAMES R. HUGER NW 3RD AVE. AND 9TH STREET, MIAMIP.M'
permitting. Let's not forget the
cards. Colin R. Walton, the chapter
It's nice to have teachers president, Dr. Richard V. Moore,
Sharp and Smith back home president of Bethune-Cookman
again. We really missed them College, Dr. William E. Clark, 3 Sunday December 10
during their short illnesses. We director of Information and Pub .
are also happy that A. Dixon is lications of the Board of Education
back again. of the Methodist Church,
Irene Edwards, narrator for Nashville, Tenn., and James E.
the LCE Players, InviteS! you to No Admission
listen to the last of a series of . . . . .T. .
broadcasts which depict the Yule
'theme over station WMBM MONROE MUSIC HOUSE
Tide
.... ....
this Sunday, Dec. 10 at 5:30 -.r .V.--
u.m., & Church Furniture Supply
Let's not forget PTA meeting
Everything in Gospel Music
the TUesday cafetorlum.I Dec, .12 at 8 p.m. In Phone 374.7565 Sponsored by Negro American labor Council

Mary, F. Williams, principal 820 NW 3rd AvenueGet
I Denis R. Thomas, reporter

your 1002 Commentaries Music by Northwestern High School Chorus

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i4 NOT WORKING? Free esti
mate It"you live In Liberty City
Rev. Edward T. Graham ChairmanIi
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r NEW MT. CALVARY EBENEZER METHODISTSunday

7103 N.W. 22nd Ave School . . 9:30
Rev. W. P. Tirpley, pastor Morning worship ? . 11:00
meta Sis. Ernestine Hart, reporter Evening worship . . 7:00
Sunday School . . 9:30( Rev. Aaron D. Hall, Sr., pastor
Morning Service . 11:00( E. Ingram, reporter
:- Evening! worship . 7:00
Sunday, Infant baptism and the
'. -- Sunday morning we had, a reception of members Into full
soul stirring sermon coming from membersrlp.
Memorial l Day Mt. Aaron Woman's NEW BETHEL BAPTIST our own pastor with the No. 1

At St. James choir rendering service. .Sunday Bishop Marquis L. Harris, resident
Day Huge Sunday School . . 10:00: night : the pastor brought another Bishop of the Atlantic
Success Morning worship . 11:00: message. Coast Area will deliver the sermon
Lodges and Temples. of the The B. T. U. . . . . 5:30: Our chairman Is asking all to at 11 a.m. Sunday. The At.
improved Benevolent Protective officers and members of Evening worship . . 7:00: attend Prayer meeting Tuesday lantlc Coast Area Includes Florida
Order df Elks of the World of Mt. Aaron Missionary Baptist 1571 NW 68th St. night. Georgia and South Carolina.You .

Metropolitan Dade County will Church are thanking the many Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor Let us for and are invited to hear this
pray visit the
hold their annual Memorial Day persons who supported them by Deacon Fred Williams, reporter slrk and continue to scholar and preacher
for
pray
St. attending
Services at James AME their church services'teas
the
Church, 1845 NW 66th St., Sun- and other activities and pur Last Sunday morning Rev. shutlns. The Pastor Aid Board will
day afternoon, Dec., 10, 2 p.m. cnarln,r dinners during fund Williams delivered a most Inspir ] MT. have charge of class meeting
0. W Bannerman Temple, Homestead raising. Because of this support ing and uplifting message and CALVARY BAPTISTRev. i Tuesday night

Atlas Lodge 308, Antlers the Woman's Day program was It was enjoyed by all. E. M. Thomas pastor Let us not forgot the sick and
Temple 39, Greater Miami Lodge a huge success. Sunday night the Rev. T. folio Phyllis Myers, reporter shut-Ins; Sisters ,Alice Curtis

1113, Greater Miami Temple 769, delivered the message The new Sunday School . . 9:45 and Josephine Cartwright, Jackson ,
Liberty Lodge 1052 and Liberty We are grateful also to the officers of the church were In. !Morning service . . 11:00: Memorial Hospital' ; Brother

Temple 724 will be hosts. The dynamic fraternal women, Mrs. stalled Bro. E. Moss, the senior BTU ..... ...... ...... . 6:30 Fred Pagter, Veteran Hospital
public Is Invited to attend this B. Louise folio of New Bethel director, Deacon Fred Williams, Evening service . . 7:00 Sister Ester Johnson, 1020 NW
affair which consists a giant Baptist Church who spoke on the chairman of the trustee board, hat court apt. 4, Archie Offord,
parade In honor of living Elks subject, "Today's Women", and Sis. Irene Brown, financial secretary Sunday morning we had a 1640 NW 67th st. and Bro Henry
and a ,beautiful Memorial Ser our evening speaker, the pur. and Sis. La Rhoda, record. visiting minister, Rev. 11. J, J. Robinson, 636 NW 9th st.,
vice In honor of all Elks that poseful Mrs. Hattie Jackson of Ing secretary Bailey from New Jersey to de. apt. 3.
have passed away. Every Elk St Paul Methodist Church who Bro Victor Butler is still on liver the message. His subjectwas
within the confines of Dad e spoke on "Faith, Hope and the sick and needs your pray- "Who's There" taken from ST. PAUL A. M. E.
County whether visitors or permanent Charity. ers1. the books of Matthew. Everyone
residents are urged to The No. 2 choir will render the present enjoyed the message. Rev M. J. Fayson, pastor
be in attendance. Sis. Eva Turk, who raised the music for Sunday services.BROWNSVILLE i Sunday night we were very Mrs. Lee Cray, reporter
highest amount of money was happy to hear our pastor render Sunday School . . 9:30:
Granville Clare, exalted ruler, Browned queen. Our pastor and BAPTIST the message! His sermon was Morning worship . 11:00:
Liberty Lldge; Charles Hudson, his wife are elated over the very Inspiring and soul stirring. I Evening worship . 7:30:
secretary Liberty Lodge; Mae progress made In a year. Rev. R. Thompson pastor After service the Lord's Sup- To miss the
Wood Tucker, Dt. Ruler Annie Pratt Holy Communion
Liberty Mary Ann Turk reporter per was administeredOn service Sunday
Lodge; Amy Hicks, secretary, Essie PuRh, reporter Sunday School....................... 9:3C: Dec. 17 the deacons and spiritual food was for missing the your

Liberty Lodge; Claude Rolle, re- Sunday School . . 9:30 Morning worship ................ 11OC trustee board are having a tea. Choir No. 1 out of week.their
porter. : Evening worship..................... 7:00: souls sang
Morning worship . 11:00: and the service' was well
St. BTU .....' . . . 6:30: The church wishes to thank Its NEW PROVIDENCE M. B. attended, The missionaries held

Matthew's Freewill Evening worship . . 7:30: many members, patrons and Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor their regular meeting Sunday
2014 N. W. 5th Court Bible Class (Wed.) 8:00 friends who helped to make Its Sis Claudia Wilson reporter evening Our budget rally la In

Rev. J. B. Woodley, pastor Music Festival and 2nd Anniversary Sunday School . . 9:30: progress and the cooperation is
P'o. Nathaniel Thomas, reporter'inrtay MT. ZION AME CHURCHOpa celebration a success. Morning Service . . 11:00 asked by the pastor of all memo

School . . 9:30: Locka I Churches, patrons and member 3TU . . . . 5$00: bers.
Morntng worship . 11:15 Rev. H. E. Greene patrons are as follows: Evening service . . 7:00 Our first quarterly conferencewill
Evening worship . 7:00: pastor Churches: Greater Bethel be held Friday night. The
Evelena Glenn, reporter AME, Rev, S. A, Cousin, minis The pastor, officers and memo pastor Is asking all boards and
The ter Mt Zion bers wish to announce that we clubs to have their reports
morning service was de- The membership of Mt. Zion Is ; Baptist, Rev E T.
rightful! led by the deacon very happy to have as our pastor Graham, minister; St, Mary Bap will move Into our new churchon ready
hoard. The pastor delivered a Rev. H E. Green and family tist, Rev, W F, Turner, minis Dec. 31, the fifth Sundav Please visit tre sick' and shut'
ter morning at 7th court and NW Ins and take that friend to
wonderful message. Choir No. 2 'rom Mt Zion of Tampa. After ; Church of Christ Written In
delivered the music for the one month of being under his Heaven, Elder Thomas Brown; 53rd St. Our friends and visitors church Sunday.

morning.The ''eadership our church has a new Mt. Tabor Baptist, nevi P. B. are welcome
ook both Inside and out All Brown; First Baptist, Ft Laud NEW MT. CALVARYRev.
night service was led bj erdale, Rev J. W. Toomer Rev
members are happy the THE INCARNATION
over
Deacon A. JennIng. The pastor Stoton, preacher; New Provi W. P. Tarpley, pastor
:progress that has been made.
delivered Sis. Ernestine Hart reporter
another wonderful dence Baptist, Rev C, J. 1836 NW 64th St. ,
Burney; Sunday School . . 9:30
mfssage. Choir No. :
2 rendered Mt. Sinai
On the first Sunday morning Baptist Church, Rev. Father Eltaha Clarke, Jr., vicar
the music for Morning worship . 11:00:
the evening.The S. A Thomas
service beautiful with Antloch Winter ScheduleSunday
was Just ; Baptist,
Evening worship 7:00
Spirituals of Joys will aptear both choirs, ushers, stewards, Rev, J, W. Stephens. Low mass . . . .- 7:30
r In Nassau on this weekend. Uewarde&ea' and trustees march. Church School, Bible Class 9:30::
Ing In from the front of the Music festival participants. I Solemn Sung Maes . 10:45 MT. AARON BAPTIST

GREATER ST. MARK P.B. church Rev. Greene took for his Schools: Brownsville Jr High, Jr. Eye . . 5 p.m.
subject for morning, "The All Ida Ratcllffe, principal, Charles fir. EYC ..... . . 6 p.m. 6340 N.W. 11th Avs
1455 N.W. 63rd St. Conquering Name." Doth choirs Austin, clarinet, quintet, Roscoe' Solemn:; Evensong . 7:00: Rev C. W. Scott, pastor
RK Sarah Williams, secretary ang. There were five Joiners Sneed Pr., high chorus; North. TUESDAY Des Earl Colden, clerk

ftov. F. L. Johnson, pastor 'or the day. western High, Samuel Cohen, 3t. Vincent Acolyte Rehearsal Sunday School....................... 9:3C:
''nday School . . 9:30 Rev. Greene expressed his principal, Arthur Evans, duoS :5; p.ta. Morning Worship ................ 11:01:
Morning' worship . 11:00 thanks and appreciation to all pianists, Linton Berrlen, duo-pi. WEDNESDAYLOW BTU .......,................................ fl:00:
Evening worship . 7:00: who helped him to get the anlets; Dade County Junior College Mass . . 6:30 Evening!: Worship .... ............ 7:00:
church ready for Sunday's( services David Dobbs, dean, Roscoe THURSDAY Prayer l meeting Tuesday .... 8:00:
We welcome you to come and A special thanks went to Thomas: St. Bernard's Choir Rehearsal
worship with us. We furnish Rev Smith for his untiring services 4:45
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transportation to Individuals: Baldwin Hepburn, p.m.
and from the renderedOn FRIDAYSt. SEE THE SOUTH'SLEADING
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Church"Mirnber during our services. Call Sunday, Dec. 10 the South tenor; Miss Shirley Wallace, so. Cecelia's Choir Rehearsal COLORED
above. land Singers will sing right after prano; Christopher! La Fleur, 8 p.m.

Sunday, Dec. 17 you are Invited the morning service and from baritone. PSYCHIC READER
to come out at 3 p.m. and 4 to 6 p.m. There will be a tea The church has a new dress. I CONSULT HER--
help our Juniors celebrate their it the church parsonage, 1916 Patrons: Miss Geraldine Baker, Have you seen ItT The painting

first Intermediate Choir anni NW 162nd St. Mrs. Irene Miss Joycelyn Burroughs Mr. project was sponsored by the ,aw; ,
versary. Refreshments served. Greene, the pastor's wife, will be ; Junior EYC. These are young D qua
the guest speaker. and Mrs. James Collie, Earlene D men of our church under the ;
FIRST BAPTIST Everyone is always welcome ditto, Samuel U. Cox, Ireta sponsorship of Mrs Louise Hrad.Icy. .

CHURCH tt Mt Zion at all times Crosby, Marvin Curry, M. Lou eCulvE'r Myrtle Hepburn, president.
Brownsville Sunday School; . . 9:30: On last Sunday Father Clarke
The First Baptist Church and Morning wOrship . 11:00: I Atty. Edward Davis, had election of the following organizations
'its members were Inspired with Evening worship . 6:30: HfospJey Doles, Ion a Duke, Dan. for 1962: R rra

one of; the most prosperous !let Frances, Mr. and Mrs. J & Ann-Margaret] Chapter,

Ipn's Day In Its history. The of- TRIUMPH CHURCHPrince Hartman Gibson, William S. BCW, chairman, Mrs Ellsha
firers and members express their S. Clarke Jr., vice chairman;
appreciation to all the visitors C Mobl sy, pastor Tohnson. Charles Mobley, Johnnie Mrs. Maude Moncur, secretary- Let Mr years of experience guide
and friends who appeared on the Sis C. McKinney. reporter Y. Patton. Mr. and Mrs. John treasurer; Mrs Ellis Adderlv, and protect you throughout life
program to make It a School of Wisdom . 10:00: assistant secretary; Milt OpheliaDrudlev as a lighthouse guide the chips Ins
great sue-
. . 6:30 w Plnkn Samuel Borers,
toss, especially to the Rev. W. C. Y. P. E. -Band UTO custodian; Mrs. storm. For success In business
Edcar. Rer. J. E. Murray and Evening worship . ..... 8:00 'Mr*. Bfrnlrp' Sawver, Mrs. Ann FrazIer Bradley and lovs.DONT .
the nev < npnre. Dr. and Mr r.1 l YpaJr"r
Roscoe Jackson who InSpired Well it is that time again The Elpscopal Churchwomen: STAY IN THE RUT. GET
us with .. Mrs Ilnl1n]] Neal /1.iAnle' OF
three Tr HELP
about great sermons when all road are leading to president, Mr". Levi Johnson; OUT NOW. BY THE
men. the annual meeting. Our most vornft'f 1pun"MArforfp vice, Mrs ElUha S. Clarke; secretary GOD SHE CAN HELP YOU.

the The Lord blessed us to raise honored bishop, E. L. Simpson, At''r It"-r. 1\frw. .',,"nlta Brown., Mrs Frazier Bradley; assistant Office Hours:
our sum of $3,190.63. Thanks to 's presiding over the meeting. trri T.""'' f n.,,"' ""I ?'... *' secretary, Mrs*. Ellis Ad. 9
9 p.m
Deacon P. W. Watts for his look forward to a.m.
Each we lariat Mrs. Sheba
year ; treasurer,
untiring cooperation and to the and spiritual .."? r<..Ina, Mr Mil" Hall rhure. 9 s.m. it
the encouraging Martin; UTO custodian, Mrs.
chairman .. TTiwt" *''... A .T""" 7
Deacon N. Neweome. words, which he has saved for TIt-.A" Martha Strachan. p.m.
Mrs. Lillian Whitehead, reporter us. The meeting began Dec! 6 -00" irra firths .Tr>hn.on. Mrs Secretaries\ : Christian DAILVSunday
thru 10. Come out and near ............_ v",...". .... 110' ...."" Department Education, Mr. Vera Taylor

Liberty City Luthcrnri what thus says the Lord. 'e... Mare OrinYP. Mss EstellaphfIllni ; Christian Social Relation! :
Sunday Don't forget to tune Into Mr. v'd"' ''" T"''u. lire Mrs. Vernon Green: College 10 s.m. 3 p.m.READING e
School
. . 2:00 at
morning
Sunday
Worship Service . . 3:00: WMBM.S "The Words ot n""t\thy SHnlo, Mrs. Parrl L.cmIth Work and Personnel Mrs Cedrlc
Carver YMCA 8:45: and hear : Wilbur Thomas MrWntkfnn Carr; assistant, Muss OphellaRolle

Rev John Dede, pastor Eternal Lite." I. conven- iTlnta. Mr. Willie D ; Missions and Supply, Mrs, $1.00 UP
The annual meeting Williams. Simon P. Knowles: Promotion
Jlobhln
Pastor Dede will speak on the ing at 1752 NW 1st court. Sun- Whit. Mr !Mrs. Gloria BannisUr; Memorial
subject "The Power of God unto light Church No.1. Funds, Mrs Virginia Dames.On 29 Y*..rs experience
Salvation" Sunday night at 7 o'clock
Plans are beIng made for a GRACE PRESBYTERIAN CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP William Kent on, director of the MADAMHUNTER

Joint Children's Christmas pro- Ave. ?2rt NW. 2"th fltr *t Brotherhood of Saint Andrew'g
gram to be held In Good Shep- 6895 N.W. 14th P1(10,. n, t U Finn psstnr of the Church of the Resurrection
herd Lutheran Church, Ft. Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor'Sunday ...t,." M""y nrnw""r, -"orip will how slides pertalnln- 16f7' N.W. 73rd ST.
-auderdale. School JJJ: to the work of the Brotherhood
W* in*'** VmS to com an" MIAMI, FLA.
Morning service 1JJJ of St. Andrew's. All members areurxf'd
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-,," Mn with n : Don't Writs-Call In P'rM"Elks
Evening service J::10 Cn""U' rJ1nn1 . 10'0 to be present, especiallythe
Wed. nUht, study men and boy. of the church.
worship . 11:30
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Elliott. J. Pleze, "If you are nota ; .
participant of the parade, AFTER THE BILL RIVERS'ROCKLAND
Colorful; RouteAnnounced please stand on the sidewalk and .....
watch the parade. Please do not Classic Parade ''I., J ,
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the parade. Such actions only. PALACE( .
destroy the beauty of the at Enjoy The
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Classic Parade which comes off traction and in general make for
Matinee and Dance
Saturday, Dec. 9, promises to be a bad situation" .
the most colorful ever presented.It <,
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route: Liberty City Detective 1 .'. ,-f" :; Proudly PresentsfFJREE ,-* .
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The parade will form along Agency and ..Service Fiesta Room ', (If : ,
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6th ave. to 6th ave. The first LIEUTENANT HARRISON i'tii/ .
unit will move off from the corner '
SGT. JENKINS O'BERRY 8-7 p.m. \fsATURDAY DECEMBER"9
of NW 14th st. and 6th ave. ,
It will move east on 14th et. to Office: OX '1-1234
C 3rd ave., south on 3rd to 6th Admission $1.00
gt., -il6me l ?' OX 1.O070'
east on 6th to 2nd I '" 3 til game time
ave. south D30 )O. it$ Q:) p.m.. .
on 2nd to llth Terr., east on r":.
11th to first ,b.W I \ I .
place and north on I L %/ And after game
first place to 18th St. in front w *
of Phyllis Wheatley Elementary,! Brand New Homes Save Money! I I .,) 10 p.m"untd:!;
School where the parade will I.

disband' I Deal Directly With The Owner Big Discount! ': ,...., Music, bye.:. ,
All floats and other rolling
,units that, are to participate in Owner at 1430 JY.W. 59th Street Rockland Palace
the parade are urged to be in .1'
the assembly area in the vicinityof Open Sunday 2. 5 p.m.'J 1 c' ,
Booker T. Washington' High I Orchestra
School, not later than 8:30 Sat. 2161 NW 59th Street 1318 NW 72nd Street .

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Use your property as a down payment PRICES ON BEVERAGES
units,
including bands, .partols, 't
drum and bugle corps, color' land
Cash paid for your vacant
guarda and the like, are to be, ADMISSION FREE
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