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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 30, 1961
Frequency: weekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
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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).
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YEAR, NO. 18 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY' DECEMBER 30, 1961 16 PAGES TEN CENTS
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Housing Cabinet Post ..
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HOUSING BIAS- But this significant gesture jcspP S. :

I Apparently: is about as far as the h r SF

'fclLL TQ BE Kennedy Administration will go ,

,.,.-. V.! :w(..\ 'j,; !jtt,*.th9. direction. ',,jif racial equalIty ,
DELAYED in housing, 'until after Congress -
t. adjourns next summer in
formed officials said privately.On L
t WASHINGTON President "
Kennedy will push early next the advice. of administration Neffx I 'h
year for a new cabinet-level De. leader in Congress and
partment of Urban Affairs and some political advisers, it was
Housing officials said Tuesday reported Mr. Kennedy is laying
But he is expected to deter executive I aside for the present a long- 1 1x
action to bar racial discrimination I considered executive order prohibiting x .a
in housing. I / racial or religious, discrimination +
in any housing built ; ;rl
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Aides reported, the White 1 '-'--------
with federal help In the form of "", .
House probably will take the loan, loan guarantee, or mortgage :fit: MAYS STUDENT
shortcut, using Mr. Kennedy'sown insurance.
deorganlzation powers, to
create the llth major departmentof Earlier' officials had predicted N :, KILLED ON U.S. 1
government. This would mean freely that the order would be j
pending legislation would be forthcoming before Congress re WE WISH OUR MANY FRIENDS Patricia Jlene Roux, 16-year.
dropped. convenes on Jan. 10. Mr. Ken old 10th grade student at Mays
nedy promised such an order in High School was truck down
Jf this is done, congressional hU, election campaign. GOOD HEALTH, PEACE ANC PROSPERITY 'I and killed last Saturday nightby
opponents of the new department a car a-i she attempted to
would have to muster enough "It definitely will come," one cross the dangerous and1 busyU.
support to veto the program official said. "The problem is S. Highway 1 In Qoulds.
within 60 days after its amendS one of timing. I personally I
ment by the President would guess it will be Issued before Florida Is Only Southern held.'The driver of the car was no
next fall's election, but it
It has been widely predicted be later." Patricia was an active studentat
Y may Mayo, being a member of tho
that Robert 0. Weaver, administrator
of the Houi:ing and Home It wa explained that Mr. Dramatics Club and numerous
Finance Agency would be named Kennedy's advisers fear that- issuing State to Attract Negroes other organisations.
t secretary of the department the order now, or during Besides her parents, Mr. and
I thereby becoming the first Ne the session, would alienate Mrs. Lafayetto Roux, she la sur.
gro to reach cabinet rank. Southern Congress members. 1,457,000 Left made matters very uncomfortable vlved by five sisters and a broth
"$ 1 ?. ,for the Negro. ler.I .

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The Census Bureau, Washington I '' S URGE DlMESDltlV SUPPORT I

D. C., laid on Wednesdaythat
1 nearly 1,5 million Negroesleft ,
r t r p qJ Dixie for other parts of the k 1
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country during the 1950s. 4 ,IM
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Tho nit migration of ;non-
whiter! from the South) 1,457,000, i.
WBfr a record' for any Decade andcompared

with_ 1,245,000 during
'ho 1940s, the bureau"said,
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About 1.1 Million nonwhites, <
the largest number leaving the
South, have moved North. Those
moving West numbered 332,000
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1IitI -, HOST TLKH :MISSISSIPPI
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I The exodus from Mississippiby ,
nonwhites wan the largest of
them all. Following is the break: 4
down by states; Mississippi,
223,000: Alabama 224,000; P. G, Porter, Olathe, Kansas, Grand Master, Prince Hall Masons of
4 South Carolina 218,000; ,North Kansas} Joyce Ytrwood Carnln, Stamford, Conn., president of GirlFriends .
Carolina 207,000; Georgia 204,. ,Jne.t and W.E.Solomon Columbia. ,S. C., president of Nation
000, Arkansas 150,000, Louisiana Council of omens of Stats Teachers Association*, urge jour support <' I
II: r 92,000, Virginia 70,000, the New March of Dines. Funds raised l will support medical care pr
; I IM Texas 27,000, Tennessee 57,000, gram for birth defects, arthritis,and polio patients.'

; Hawaii, 62,000, West Virginia -. -- .....-- "
40,000, Ok'ahoma 26,000, and
Kentucky 15,000. I "PIGEON DROP" CON MEN

1f ,* California, with 364,000, re. I
corded the largest non.white in-

,t o r.wK migration for the period. ARE AT IT AGAIN HEREThe

r Other states with large in-
migrations Included New York "pigeon drop" con men are hare in the find It they have<<
282,000, Michigan 127,000 New out and at It again Local police nourh money to qualify After:! J
133,000, Michigan 127,000, New reported this week that at least showing the victim a large roll i
Jersey 112,000 Florida three victim have been taken of bill, they accompany him 1

Pennsylvania. 77 000, .101,00.0'1 I for several hundred" .-dollars. via back Into the bank where the
,Columbia 54,000, Indiana 45,- the old routine and I If the pubicis gullible (or stupid) victim
f Stlmu ated by the meaning of ;000, Connecticut 30,000, Mary. not alerted to the schema, draws out hard-earned money la
Chrietmas, "Linfrenip"! members TAMPA SCHOOL land 36,000 Wisconsin 29,000, there Is a danger that many order to Quality to share in the
, of Iota Phi Lama Sorority gave Missouri 28,000, Massachusetts more will be taken for much find.The
Chrj?tmaft backets. to needy fam. ADMITS SON OF 25,000 Washington 18,000 and larger sums.Recently found money and the vie.Urn's _
i'f I1te". exhibiting their spirit of ,Colorado 15,000. ", a young bridegroomwas money are then wrapped In
"Peice en etrth and goodwill to. NAACP HEAD taken for $213 by two of the a rag or put Into an envelope
ward men," on Friday, Dec. 22. i door Tuesday", Florida made an enviable rec. con men who had engaged him in and placed in the trunk of the I,
Behind clor-d ord In the report being the only convention last Friday, persuaded victim's car for tafeteeping:
Pictured preparing baskets are 'I the HIllaborouRh County School Southern state with a non-white him to give them his You know the rott Whon the
left to right, Lillian Dalllou, Board met at Tampa and approved In.migration that Is outstanding money to hold and then disappeared victim later opens the trunk of
,r president; Ethel Smith, correspondent I' the transfer of the 7yearoldson The low incidents of racial conflict according to ''police. hl car to inspect the loot it
Sec'y; Helena Hodges, of Robert W. Saunders, and the opportunities for
. turn out to be play money.
Early this week, the con men
NAACP Florida field secretary,
chairman of basket committee :
; employment In some parts of the
" Detective Set. J. DiLucchlo
of
struck again and took another
all-white elementaryschool. .
Mary Rteves. secretary; Leticla I to an iiateprrhap* have had tome-
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the Police
Miami is
victim this one a Cuban visitor Dept urging S
Per+pall, member of basket com do with the record
to
thing
It., mlttee. Not shown are MatUe Robert Jr., by" the board ape I II for $190. Police said' there any" persona who is approached in
Barldey, treasurer; Theresa I proval, will be transferred from : It is noteworthy that those may" have been other caws of this manner to quietly" notify the
/.' Clark, Alice Dfan I'llnols Smith Dunbar Elementary to MacFar- staler that were prominent for percent being taken who did not nearest policeman.
""" S :Myrtle Gibson, Franc .Sum lane Park Elementary on Jan 2J., I II their mistreatment of the Nero report the cases to police. And above all remember
mon. Louise Bogle, Albertha Edwards 'I The eon of the Rev. A. Lyon were hardest hit by" the exodus. The con men usually meet this: DON'T 'TRY TO GET
1 Fannie Jernlgan, Sarah Lowry, NAACP state president, Mississippi. had its Till lynching their victims In the parking< lot SOMETHING FOR NOIIING -*
Pullom, Mena Jackson Maybell was admitted several months axo.to and other Incidents. Alabamahad of a downtown bank. They" tell You'll only end up losing what
:, r Anderson: Bessie Bethune and the Bajwlde School for the Its race riots. The Carolina, I them they" have just found a lot you" already have Beware of tfcn {
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Josephine Dunn (handicapped. Georgia! Arkansas and Louisiana Of money and the victim could '! con man.t .

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA "Pigeon Drop"


PAGE 2 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30. 1961 Catches (Prospective

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LOOKING THE "pigeon drop" artists are i, y* '
again at work in Miami. Last r r .
Friday was the wedding day of

Alfonso Ashly, 21, Of 268 NW
SPORTS WORLD OVER 12th at, Two con men met and

\ ', engaged him In conversation.They .
persuaded him to l le"t them

By LEO B, ARMBRISTER' hold his money ,($213)) then they
disappeared ipollce reported.The .

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an officer by Ashley on Sunday,
JIAPW AND PROSPEROUS EXCELSIOR LEAGUfi> and he was directed to the no-

JTBW YEAH TO ALL CHRISTMAS TOURNAMENT lice elation. Police told: 1 Ashley

Looking( the Sports World OverExtends HUGH SUCCESS that he was the victim of i __
best wishes of the Season swindlers. _

to its many ardent readers, The Excelsior League already A detective offered to help *

who with their most construe. the most active in Florida: Ashley make arrangements on 43 j'r __
tlve criticism of the ecrlbbllngs I credit for the wedding prepara

lot this column have enlightened crowded their busy schedule tion, but the unfortunate young r $ ,(
able to dlYrct Wednesday night with a singles: ;
Ms' sufficiently to be man later did so himself. t
our reported thoughts to and doubles tournament. Last winter several elderly e "

vast majority of diversified\ readers Thirty-five of the league's", top .persons were "gypped" out of "
who are Interested in the their life's savings men.
bowlers went out for the head by con
happenings in and around the Deware of strangers who proms '
up contest which was expertly
:Sports World ', handled by the president, Ernest to make you rich If you let them ; :'.;r' ..T4: ; :
The column is very grateful for Hayes. hold what you have.
the patience shown in the acceptance

of its many shortcoming The result showed that Her.
and will endeavor, with the bert Green and James Mltchum

continued help of you mot! loyal wore: the 'best doubles pair: tAl____ ,;2'S"'JF"'T: ; 4I'. 'Z.A
critics, to raise the standard of bowling a total of 1351 handicap '
:.:: "k Ya' kL, ;4D'A1 t" ..
reporting' the sports you enjoy in for first place and the largest ilTIL
the coming year.Remember of the three trophies. Run-
that whatever our nem up for the second and third Stirrups Celebrate 50th

livelihood may be, we cannot all places were ,'ohnnv White and 2J
be stars, but we can all be good Francis Maxwill with 1310, ind .
sports, Albert Maxwell and J. L. Ed r r .w I f
wards with U 06. Wedding Anniversary
A LOOK INTO nil) NATION'S IiI

FOOTBALL BOWLS The singles was a different I Mr. and Mrs. William S. Stur- City and Mrs. Remattda Cuimer,

The first day of a braiH new story. In thb event every nvan rup, pioneer residents of the Nassau
year and a full year's calendarof was for himself and "lady luck"was I Coconut Grove area, celebrated Mr. Sturrup, a gardner, hns
sports is unveiled with the I for everyone else. After some their Golden Wedding Anniver. been active with the PTA hold

'ok-off of the many bowl games very keen competition the re. airy at a reception given by ing local, county, district and
become I suits came out with Willie La. date offices he was one of the
have in recent years their children, Vernlcka and William ,
:around the country These games zler bowling a 7.31 handicap and at the latter's home on organizers of the District PTA
symbolic of the New Year; inap-! riding on a near perfect gameof Charles Ave on last Sunday.At and worked as a committee
much as we take one last look 250 scratch. For this master. 4 o'clock Fr. Theodore Gib. member with the South Florida
:at the cream of the football talent ful display of bowling he was eon, rector of Christ Church, Council of Boy Scouts. He is
of the year going out; and unanimously awarded the first blessed this highly respected and secretary of the Masonic lodge
try f gather an Insight of prize trophy, Colin James rolleda MAKE YOUR loved couple. Some 150 guests in the Grove; Is clerk for Eastern :
what the coming year will have 634 handicap and took second came to offer congratulations to Star, holds office with the
In store for us, great pains by place. Herbert Green was third PICTURE Mns. Sturrup who was lovely ina Odd Fellows and belongs to the
1ntenous committee men have with a 629 handicap total. While you wait gold lace afternoon frock and Bishop's Men.

given us some real outstanding to :Mr. Sturrup dlpnifled in a
The green light wan on all Only $1.00 The Sturrups' two chl'drenand
'contests in yean past, and scan dark business suit. The honoreeswere
night for Herbert Green added
n'ng the protrram for this year's seated In front of a picture their one granddaughter
to his doubles and singles trophies. DAVID JEWELERS have followed
the example of
line-ups of bowl games we are window with beauty baskets of
likely to be blessed with :another His 13C4 was good 1188 N.W. 3rd Avenue yellow.gold mixed flowers at their parents in church and com-
enough to win the all-events munity work. William J, Stur-
either side
fine nrray of football the first Phone and a golden pause
FR 4.1522
day of 1962, trophy making him the proud recipient streamer with the legend "Hap. rup, a graduate of St. Augur-
of three trophies for hIs', py Golden Wedding Anniversary" tine's College, Raleigh, N. C.,
In our own be'oved ORANGE excellent bowling' for the night. above the window. The same teaches biology and 1 is athletic
BOWL Mme where Louisiana director at Booker T,
words Washington
were on the large tiered
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State and Colorado (university "
IIlgh School. His wife
cake which the
centered the dining
clash LSU's speedy backs will
no doubt, play havoc to the, room table decorated with gold librarian former Juanita at the Martin eame ,school.serves He as
sprayed ferns. Gifts
Colorado defence.. We give this Spearing with Sports ed In one bedroom. were display. was former troop leader for the
to LSU by 10 points. Christ Church Boy Scouts! is

By HARRY SPEAR Mr. Sturrup, son of a Wesleyan treasurer of Christ Church; holds
The COTTON DOWL, watch Methodist minister! of Governor's membership in the Omega Pel
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wi'l houe the rivalry between Harbor, Eleuthera, came to the Phi fraternity and the Collegian
Terns and Mississippi in Dallas 1-In closing the year of 1961 it rounds It was a hard fought Grove area in 1909 Mrs. Stur. Club.
will poe third ranked Texas with has been a pleasure to write for fight and a return match would rup, the former Ellen Augusta
b-'rV as elusive as eels, try toe the Miami Times, especially the not hurt, In other words, the [Ingraham of Nassau, arrived a Mrs. Vernlcka Silva, the
"" "k down the strong passing staff I worked with and the pub. fight was a crowd pleaser. If nil year later. They were married daughter, completed her undergraduate
attacks of fourth ranked Missis. He who read my column. the shows were like this one, I at Bethel AME Church in Miami. work at FAMU and has
Mpnl., boxing will never have a black earned graduate degrees from
Texas should pet by MUslssls.Ippl While at the Ai'.cins: and Duipas eye. Mr. Sturrup became a communicant the Atlanta School of Social
in this: big holiday game. fight Wednesday, I ran into of Christ Church In Work and New York University.
quite a number, of old time box. Russ Bergereon, promoter at 1911 and ha* served as Senior She teaches physical educatlcn
SUGAR I crs and managers, such as Arlte Ft. Lauderdale, starts the New Warden since 1918. and la a counrellor at Carver
DOWL finds thenation's Rose, former fighter and manager : Year, Jan, 5th, with a main event High School. She is cleric: of
- top team, Alabama, un. 40 years; Johnny Windsor, featuring Al Taylor and Eddie Mrs. Sturrup, a midwife, re. Christ Church and is a memberof
beaten, untied and unscored uo. who worked with Harry Greb, Forbes. tired last year after having serv the ushers guild. Long iden
en In its! last five ames facing one of the all time great. Johnny ixl for 15 years as president of tified with Girl Scouting and
twine beaten Ark nF'ltIlIn New George Moye has a good heavy- the Dade YWCA
work
operate a gym at 3139 DoesonSt. County Midwives she is alco active
Orleans. The Alabama defense, ., Pitt burgh. Bloom, who boxed weight In Roger Whitley with her professional groups,
which allowd only 22 points in I'reeont at the reception were serving as president
25 years ago and played 'n a of the Dido
10 gnmos is the real Al Weill, former of the children
mark of number of movies; Eddie Coachmen I manager of the De Garmos, County Health and Physical Education
their tou *.hnl'fI'It Arkansas Heavyweight Champ Rocky Mar. the first family, Mrs.
Sturrup Association
In 30 years, refered over and as a
prove. first the game may create 65,000 rounds of boxing; Jack ciano, 1 4s up and around after aLong Grove served when coming to the member of the executive boardof
n uttl Interest. -
Alabama Kenneth
Is sure Kearni who managed come, of the illness wife. DeGarmo and the State Association of
to win bv not UPS than two trble DeGarmo (Mrs which she is financial
all time greats: ; Eddie Mac. secretary.
_touchdowns. I Avoy who fought Tommv Burns"" (..._ (KKKKK trKKK (KK dKK tst and Stephen Doris D ) and husband; She hold membership In the
had over 200 fights and is now Highlyman Carmo (Mrs Daly Egelloc Club and of Sigma Gam-
ThA ROSE!: HOWL, which la Jo- I 178 years old; Frank Freeman, was ) and husband. She ma Rho sorority,
an
rated In the far west "rloni of former amateur boxer, fought In Women's original member of the
Pasadena, Calif, will flee Minnesota the first Golden Gloves, does the St. .Al'n Auxiliary and ot the Mrs. Sllva's daughter, Antoin.
trvln to make up for last announcing at Miami Beach Church s.Scott Guild of Christ cite Is a member of the Christ

year's Hope Bowl loess, by down. I IInsf 'auditorium; Chris Dundee had! a of the Carver Before the organization Church Junior choir.
UCLA before what will beth great how and Wednesday all PTA, she served
largest bowl game audience. I the fights were humdingers and Ifll I IIIUi as president of the Carver Moth. Hostesses for the occasion Included .

UCLA fun!!! from the Ing'e wing his' brother Angelo, does a tremendous 1 V i ers' Club. She was also active in Mesdames Dorothy Gra.
and have two specialists In Bobby i< the ham Susan Williams Dorothy
Job training such flrht.rs IP i Eastern Star and is ,
Smith and Mike Haffner to as Cassas Clay, Luis Rodrl.ouer I treasurer of the currently Love, Ruth Walkes, Elizabeth

execute the plays, however a F'orentlno Fernandez, Wil. of Ruth. local Household Billiard, Adrana Smith, Margaret:
good defense pet up aealni! such lie Pastrano, Ralph Dupas whom
runs will foul their whole strate he also mnnnges And numerous! Mrs. Sturrup'a I Simmons and Rosa White. Mrs.
!y and Minnesota Is known to others. Angelo started in 194 Mrs. two sisters, I Elizabeth Johnson designed the
Annie
have such a def>n"e!>. The Go. I after coming out of the Air Johnson, New York IG decorations. 'I'

nhfrs should redeem themselvesfrom Force. H's rank was staff Sgt. l.AIIIOOo; ._.-.0-- .
last year's 1ou* with a 31- Lw f Farber, former bantam -

11 core, weight champ, Is In show bust. From us to and
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nets working club dates. you. For Sale You must these
see new
-.nd this
May
you. holiday
BOWL another
The GATOR ,
Scotty Land\ In his 18th
yearas
Florida attraction will be playedtwo Mason b. a truly wonderful
timekeeper at the fights. Pat
Years days in Jacksonville.earlier than Here Nsw a O'Malley, mas uer at the Eden onelSIMON'S 3 And 4 Bedroom 2 Bath Homes
Roc, has two good boys In Tom. HOUSE OF
conservative Georgia Tech team
my Schaf. who defeated Chico
will match skills with a flashy Pr ? Puerto Rico and Ike- BEAUTY Corner 8th Ave. at 56th St.
and darin Penn State squad
Ellender Simon
Vaughn, a crowd pleader. Prop.
Penn State's fancy dan tactics 6500 N.W. 15th Ave.
will meet a strong Tech defense The fiftht between Dupas and $1,500 CASH
which never gave more than one Akins was very close to my Mrs. H. R. King
touch per game this put season. nolnt of view. Vlrsll did the forcing Mrs. W. M. Carswell Open Sun. 3 to 5 or call JE 1-5973. .
Should be Interesting with and harder punching while
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More White SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30. 1961 PAGE 3 l I



Around Miami Students Alabama Will. Hear NAACP.


NASHVILLE (ANA) -
NInet .year.old Ftok University
By DAVE DONDU Is considering steps dealgn

I white ed to increase students its President enrollment Stephen of. After 5 Years Delay j

.. last
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USUALLY I WHITE thll tides Mother can't leave her week. MONTGOMERY', Ala. The Although the Association had II :r'}
column at home but for the last children So comes the end of Dr. Wright said tills matterwas National Association for the Ad been operating in Alabama since
i I&.ue! of the year I wanted to be I! a year and a new one is just being considered by a University vancement of Colored People will I 1918 this issue had not been ll',
different so from the Fountain around the corner. Be careful committee seeking to establish finally get a chance to defend raised until 1966 two years after
bleu' comes my last column tor i and take care of yourself and long-range goals for the itself after flve-and- a half the U. S. Supreme Court decision -
1961. That's what you call writ- your love ones. So that next privately-endowed college. years of dilatory legal tactics I banning segregation in 'i',
ing In fine style. No, I'm not year live life every golden ml:1.ute Flak ha.3 admitted a few white which affetlvely banned the or- I public education and in the i
working at the Fountalnbleu of it. PEACE I students for several years. Ten ganization throughout the Stateof midst of the yearlong Mont-
just wanted to see that fabulous are now enrolled in Its student Alabama. gomery bus .protest. I;

Phyllis Branch whom the ofavsare .....,.'"";41-. body of 904. In addition a few Under direct orders of the Gov. John Patterson then at j
calling the female Sammy white : tudrnts normally attend United States Supreme Court torney general also charted the ,I _
Davis Jr. She is really great. Fisk under an exchange program Alabama authorities scheduledthe NAACP with "creating racial :I
with other colleges. trial for Dec. 27 In the midst tension and unrest.! "lIe was able ,
FROM TUB looks of things of the holiday season. The hear to secure a $100,000 tine and a
it teems that everyone had a -y Ing will be held before Judge contempt of court ruling against ,I
wonderful Christmas and with I Walter B. Jones In the Mont- the NAACP becuse of the as ,
spirits so high, I'm hoping that gomery County Circuit Court sociation's refusal to reveal the .
we" all have a better year in '62 here. names and addresses of Its rank
So from this writer and the en. and file members and contributors
tire Bondu family to all of you NAACP General Councel RobertL. across the tate, ;j ,
A New A4Y Carter announced this week "fl,
Happy Year!
From this the of '
that the Association's executive point, case
l' GIRL secretary, Roy Wilkliu, and Alabama vs NAACP was maneuvered fl
of The Week
: through a maze of courts,
Y
Mrs. Ruby Hurley NAACP south'
Car Ann Lamb .
Pretty Buy east regional secretary wouldbe with the NAACP trying to receive -
of the Week: Sonny Til Stan
a hearing In Alabama'sstate
called to testify in defense of
About Town: Amos Jenkins. .... rhe association. courts.

........ ........ ...... ...... l The caso was carried by the
I Without notice or warning NAACP to the U. S. Supreme
THE GLASS was as happy RSIfLlberachp" the Association was served witha Court three times. And three
last wrelc. He hada restraining order and Injunction times ,the High Court ruled
wonderful show and a full June 1, 1956 on the ground against the State of Alabama.Mr. .
hours every night. This week that it had failed to register alan .
Carter has been the ).a.
Clyde will repeat the long holl. out-of'alate! corporation doingtIbuslneaa"
sociation's chief legal strategist
day: weekend: _with a new shnw a In Alabama. The since the case emerged in 1956
ana will hold over Dill Robin NAACP contended that It did not the association's
presenting
son and his Quails Like oth Sullivan Cul i ar
Mr. and Mrs. C interpret this requirement as gument ,before the Supreme
er club. Baker's Famous Cor. ver of Miami and Mr. and Mrs.
applicable to non-protlt organi
Court each time and
i participating -
ner will have some special "harlea Williams of Montgomery
things for their customers Ala., announce the engagementf ,zations. in lower court pleadings. ,
and Connie and Carolyn wantsus Ann
their daughter, Cora
JlliIIilllJjr fIUIII.II! J.JiUUIIIJ fI "jtlIfitR'L! !
to express their wishes for a Culver to Mr. John Alton Han-
Happy New Year to all. kerson son of Mr. and Mrs. B.T.W. Teacher

Berry L. Hankereon of Miami. Retires TV Service Calls $L 5

QUICK NOTE DEPT: K. C. He is a senior at Clark Collegeand
Smith and Charlie Hayek are a member of Alpha Phi Al (Contributed)

planning big things for the Ml pha fraternity J. Carle Capers I, a 26-year ALL MAKES-ALL MODELS t'luH l'AnTS

Bowling Club in 1962. K. C. sex Miss Culver I la a graduate of Dade County teacher last week
they will give' a weekend trip to Dethune Cookman-College and a became the first one at Booker LARRY'S T.V.
Nassau at Marietta's Guest member of Delta Sigma Theta T. Washington High school
House to the person who has the sorority. She is a fifth grade graduates to retire from service WE BUY SELL AND TRADE TV SETS

highest score in bowling from skills teacher at Dunbar Ele- RADIOS HI-FI AND STEREO REPAIRSWe 1
January 1 to July 31. Everytline School. Both graduated Mr. Capers' a 1934 graduate, ,
you bowl a game your score is from mentary Mays Junior.Senior High attended Florida Normal Collegefor Sell Used TV on Credit

added bowlers on. .a. chart let's, see so come who will on I I In planned.1957 A, June wedding Is Miami two where years he and made returned a job for to 1551 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1.8024a

win that trip to Nassau in Aug- himself by starting a one- jinll'i .! 1fllll.I'.11.P lTTI 1 #
urt Monlque Montez had her teacher public school under the '
pockftbook lifted with her spec Returns From Dade County Board of Public In. eY & 1'1
ial eye glosses and I.D. cards. If structlon In the basement of the
the person will mall these things late Rev. A M. Cohen's Church
Russia For
to me. care of the Miami Times
After Mr. Capers made such A
6740 NW 15th
ave. keep the
in this effort he
ChristmasNEWARK great progress
money. It will be highly appreci
transferred to Phyllis
was
ated.
N.J. (ANP) Wheatley School where he stay
Wilbur Brassflelcfs Savoy Huldah Clark the 14-year-old ed for seven years. He was the j''
Satellite Lounge Is one of them girl whose father sent her to the first sixth grade teacher that
the set. the students' In that claM were:
younger Always a pleas calls "Jim Crow schools" In the
ant atmosphere. Richard Stra. United States, spent Christmas Mrs. Edith Jenkins Coverson
rhan In doing a great job on the with her family here, (Carver); Alkln Hepburn (Car. I
ver) : Mrs. Dorothy J, Evans!
Baldwin organ Flip Wilson
The girl daughter of Mr. and
is back In town for a visit with (BTW) ; Atty. Edwin Davis and
Mrs. William, Clark of Newark, .
other worthwhile citizens.Mr.
hL' for the many
family holidays. His
arrived from Russia last week.
wife is that.away again. Huh t
Her scheduled arrival wag Capers during the Bummers
huh no television Phil
announced earlier attended Florida A and M,
Clarence
by
Harris, the M. C. at the Kin
?
Institute wherehe
0' Hearts, had an offer to gO'I Coggins of Jersey City chairmanof then earned Tuskegee the I). S. degree in
an organization called the
to Brrmuda for 16 but riI WINE
weeks
turn-d it down because he "committee for the promotion of 1942 and degree also the In 1957.master of education -

didn't want to leave Johnny Lo- the education of Negroes In During World War II and
melo without an M. C. and be- Russia" during the supervisory days of

_., ..r".i..... .J Dan J. Conroy: -: when many ; iI'I
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PEOPLES DRUG STORE BARBECUEAND service, Mr. Capers was transferred -
from Phyllis Wheatley to
LUNCHEONETTE B. T. W. to take charge of the
Industrial Arts shop, and for 19
< 402 and 406 N.W. 8th Street FR 4.5874 years he has held this position ............................
and has done a noteworthy Job
Drug Store Bar-BpQue During the 1960-61 school year
Mr. Capers spent much time In
RJM't'lAlldnlr In prescriptions, *ea I tiring breakfast, lunch the hospital Fastest Drinkin
(latent medicines and sundries t. dinner. Old Hickory liar lIe went Into retirement and I

Open| dally Or.30 a.m. 12 p.m. >xcue from 5 p.m. will be lifted among those wbo the West 1
of their
Fri., Sat. to 1:80 a.m. OM| .n "''1"1. 4S Sat. to 2:00 amt, gave the better portion
youthful days to the training of
The Wild Drinkin
Satisfaction Guaranteed Free Delivery boys and girls.
I J, Carle, as he Is known, hasa
\&&&&a&& very fine family of a wife the
(Mrs. P. Louise Capers), a mem.
:, ber of the Douglas Elementary
".- School family; a eon, J. Carle II, Big Square BottleProduced
and two daughters, Mrs. CeclJ!J.

STAR MEAT MARKET and Rolle Jerollne who resides 10. in Germany, by Comstock Vintner. \

Mr. Capers is the general sup. Han Francisco, Calif.
erintrndent of the SundaySchool
1520 N.W. 62nd Street at St. John Institutional 20% by volume
Baptist Church and has been for

eke. -.- '. A 20 years. He is also a deacon of A SMOOTH WINE
the church.
THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE Everyone who knows Mr.
Caper seemed to have high re*
Bards for him and we're sure he
4 will be misted at BTW. However 1
If we live long enough and doa GOLDEN SPUIt
good job this day will come to
Fresh Meat-low Prices most of us.
We all wlh for Mr. Capers a
r--v happy life In the days to

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4 A TURDAY. DECEMBER 30, 1961 I EDUCATION DOESN'T COST-IT 'PAYS JUST BROWSiN'JA

The Northwestern Senior High Adult Education

Center is announcing this week, registration for the By, (Paul. It. it6d.fJ.'.,
April 80 J062, >"S Js "*i -p M"W|* Oi; j A'
,Spring Semester, January 2 to ,

: '* 'ofteri wide range of sijb- Tile Liberty. Square Housing
The courses cover ft very Project ahd tHe James E: 'Scott

train-ing: ; Homes held 'their Christmas fes
tivities on DEC. 22 at' their respective -
Main Offile at 0740 N.W.,15th 'Avenue-Phone OX 10421 trades are community
branch at 1113 N.W. Third, Ave, Miami Florida Phone FH 32230II. ics;" dry,cleaning\ tailoring. 'and ether practical Special guests were Haley centers Sofge
also .includedi f Housing'' Director Martin Fine'
;
E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Pnbllftlie. t .'. .J
chairman of the local
GARTH O. IUi EVES, Managing Editor for'' some time, but Housing
1 This center .has.'been in operation Authority, who has. recently
Entered as Second Class Matter, August D, 1927, at the Post Office attendance of those for whom the project'>vas; launched been appointed chairman of the
nt Miami, Florida, under the act.of March 8, 1870' .and the interest in adult education ndn :us, have commissioners committee South
: encouraging to the promoters and eastern Regional Council of
Member\ of the Associated Negro PreM ..: :been everything' but ,a NAIIRO, and Atty. Henry Ar-
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers A onsunscnlPTlON .tea hers. rington member: of the Housing

RATES, ':" As the clamor goes up for equal job opportuni- Authority rington is! one Commissioner of the few Negro Ar.
ONE YUAn $5.00 SIX MONTHS $8.00 FOREIGN .OO the Ne-
$ ties -and there's nothing wrong 'about that commissioners: In the United
gro will have to take advantage of these opportunities to Stat.9 who Is vice chairman of aboard
CREDO OF THE NEGRO, PRESS" to job with the same .
learn that he would be able to a
go
THE NEGRO PRESS believro that America can best lead the world The Miami Housing Authority
from racial and national antagonisms when it accords to every man efficiency and intelligence that others show. Board: of Commissioners hai
regardless of race, color or creed, his human and legal' righto. Hating been declared' the most active indie
no man fearing no man-the Negro Press strives to help every'man An outstanding race labor leader speaking here recently" Southern re;iou,
In the flnn belief that all' men are' hurt,as long an anyone is held observed that the Negro is not prepared for manyof :Mr. Sofge has. betn: ftppdjntcdda

back. the opportunities being offered him. That Is a sad buttrue one of..the. all. Cnhulls.l0nera';
commentary. It becomes much worse then one considers on Hpualng to: appear .befori

HAPPY ,NEW YEAR. that too many far too many Negroes have 'no desire the latlon.Congress. on":.Housing' Legis'

to use the means :at their disposal for selfimprovement Eufaene, Kemp itf1 manager of,
This is being written just three days:before the end and preparation to enter these doors that are being the Liberty Square I'rojeCt and
of 1961. As our next issue begins a new year lotus, greet Ernest Tay-or, manager: Of the
you with the old, old wish for a Happy and Prosperous opened. Scott Homo on 22n1V. &, and

1962. The center at Northwestern aims at helping' adults = 71st St.The' -,_.....
Let us also 'thank our advertisers, subscribers readers especially young people who have' no trade, to prepare Senior Citizens enjoyed
and friends for their support!! during the past year, themselves for life. The Board of .Education- has'supplied their Chrstnias dluner und pro
and solicit continuance of the same. facilities and teachers, but we have not supplied enough gram on Dec. 2 O.

There is much ''to be thankful for during 1961. Al- students to warrant .th operation of the center. We have and Mrs.Mrs.Odessa'. Mamie James Oil, U),,, pmMent prograhi&

though war clouds were all around us, our country has failed the board, and have shown its members that wedon't director. -

been able: to maintain peace. Locally we have been, want what they have given us. But wo need it. A'
spared the horrors of a hurricane. The Liberty ?Square .Housing
Should the board decide to close the center for lack project Is presenting: p'.easlng
In spite of much unemployment, business has suf., -attendance the ,loss will be ours. Everything should' be' appearance with the ,aew coat of:

fered little. done in our churches, lodges, clubs, etc., to encourage paint. } is getting, ,i,
Efforts to overthrow Metropolitan form of gov those adults who need to go ;to Northwestern. --,--.
ment have failed and plans are going ahead to rn-I The much needed stop light at
Metro. '. Education doesn't cost-It pays. 62nd' stand '15th ave Is receiving -
favorable comment.
It might be interesting to note some highlights from'our .
1961 file.Educationally. holiday visit with relatives Mr I Mrs. Lillian Clark, wife of Rev.
I
(Personal Mention and Mrs. Frank (nephew) Reed,
The University of ,Miami admitted Perrlne highly enjoyed. He re N. F. Clark, has been ill for the
Negroes. M Sgt. A, D. White of the turned to New York: for Christmas past monthand 1* now recuperating .
at home. She wishes to
'There are now 225 students in integrated schools. Chicago-Gary Defense District Friday thank! allot her kind friends and
State aid to segregated schools declared illegal. M'islie hort vacation program with Is spending his sister a ,relatives for their prayers flow,

Dade School Board rule out Jr. High graduation.There Mrs. Evelyn Mincy. Their mother, C. "Doc" Brooks popular win era and other remembrances during .
her Illness.
were 798 high school graduates.Two Mrs. Grace White of New Smyrna ter vl:tor with Conway Stables ....
came down to join them for the (D. D.), New Yorc: has been here
Negro students attend Miami, Beach school -, holidays. Their brother, Jame.', I for several weeks. Since his regular -I Mrs. John Wither and eon,
North Dade student, Robert Johnson. 'gets HeraI[ J' :Silver Knight award. -, Washington.4Jltra. works out of Hialeah ;has made Principal Carepn, Mrs. Carson
many friends iu the and two children motored down
: .... Liberty
admitted full
Fifty-sev n colleges to 'membership F. A. Paschal of 2978 City area. for the holidays a :Southern Association of Colleges and.: SecondarySchoolsat :NW 52nd St., left for Washington I and Mrs. Isaac Withers. Mrs.
Miami Beach meet. ,*'?*, D. C. Saturday to visit her Evalia Withers llubineon and Mr.
,daughter Mrs. Lilian Wheelerand If you drink like fish and Mrs. Robert Sharpe (Celeste
State Teachers Association meets at'Dinner'.Key. a
,
children. | Withers), Isaac Withers Is Intake
Florida College .(St. Petersburg) integrates, had a officer at Youth. Hall, Mrs.
white student ahd & white teacher. ', ",. Jim' ,Roger, New York preHer SWIM DON'T DRIVE! Sharpe is a social: worker at
\ Kendall. Mrs. Withers and Mrs.
Dade's Planning Board promises larger' apartments
Robinson are local teachers.
ta\v. '

Eight big companies pledge no employment. bias Y u
policy to President Kennedy. W44

Labor consultant checks Work Discrimination.., .

Goldberg and Hodges, ,;ciyil} right 'champions. Ribl-} ,
coff and Freeman 'crit1 lzed. I.,,f t 0" .**,:*..\/ {:' -. ,* a -

Tenants claim poor health t conditions t> ; : : : : : ; : &' /

Bunche Park' and Richmond':,Heights", )1.etswlJn" S1 t,
"' '' ., M 1 al t F tg ', iI h
ming pools. ..
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Three police 'officers. get: 'j jajl 1 'senlic:t .it\;: \ '

Genevieve Harrison 'local blind, wohiangets r ..,; N. ew* \ r'k
York post. 'V. "
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Castro fails in ''bid for Negro:support".i

Inter-racial group peeks opening of a bank in Miami.

One hundred-six acres in Negro section to be razedin


slum Where clearance.will the '5,000 displaced Negroes go?

United Church Women fight discrimination. k'k'N
Carpenters Union win racial fight.
I
Shriners donate $5,000 to NAACP ;

Mrs. Susan Williams gives $23,000 to Variety


Children's Negro Hospital.Press observes 134th anniversary. Florida $?4\ '", ,'..,':::' ;' "

Governor LeRoy Collins given Russwurm Award ,

Rev. ,Archie Daniel l robbed of $2,200 on way to pur- .' j : 1
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chase new car.Federal ;
Court rules swimming pools open ,to all. '$..* a '

Atty. General Robert Kennedy asks for Negro Deputy -

Marshals. '
Jacksonville closes city pools to avoid integration.

Officers are charged with perjury in dope case.

Atty. Henry Arrington appointed field. counsel for
Federal Mortgage Association.

A teacher slays his estranged wife. .
,,
Rebecca Stevens, FAMU student, gets'120' days for ---'-''' -' 1l _f- .R r-- -:-::- 11J::: r --:IIUIU"t- ::::; -:_::....__-_.-:...<.

participation in CORE demonstration. wishes multiplied three pressed to friend the
old (top photo), !Mrs. Clara II. me might become hope that modernly equipped Williams
a
Robert Weaver, N. Y. Housing expert appointed Vlirnim: (right) /smiles nt her lay all ore specialist doeton To. Clinic, opened by the brothers In

Housing Administrator.Stay V> to:' ons whom she has In. Shown Chicago In 1060. Under the same
of setence given Rev. Theodore Gibson who was :q..Berl" throughout their lives to ttil'liuns,: James Doctors B. Jasper F. roof is a laboratory and pharmacy

_ convicted for refusing to answer. Fla.* Legislative Investigation .;.c.n'+,'k t' top-ther-I;?ir community AS and to Charles Leo Williams.Williams and I with the same objective **
a tenm. When that
set forth
committee. by the doctors >'n
_ he JOHN
were MiuUl
boys she ev Pictured below U the their practice maximum 51"
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA .
Peace Corps Is Step Toward i
I SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30. 1961 PAGE 5

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hi''special message to Con- After next year the size of the '
graft,,next mqnth, President Corps la0 be doubled annually .. .....'.
Kennedy,' has! decided to recommend for flv:: :years for a minimum : 'jj. t .."':' \
strongly! the expansion of'' total of 24,000. '4;" ." 'l, H
the"Pcaqe Corps and to triple its y :
g ?y Y f
Ble.,, ,' Young Negroes have been urged ,.,-' a' ,
to take advantage of the opportunities r 4 > j
Hell l ask for $100 million offered by the Peace $ }:- ,"
for'the' Peace Corps for the fir.calyMr Corps. The training is -purpose. | ,
? ; startinT July 1 more ful, and is drrteisatd to prepareone { 1
than ;threo time: the 30 million with the,necEssary skills. for
Corps for the current fiscal year.If are now being evcloped. '

Congre s approves the proposed Jobs with i,the State. Depart. I _- ; .a.
r't ,
expansion, 3.000 Corps ment and the Diplomatic Corps
men will be sent overseas by the of the United States will no
and of 1962. At present 632 are doubt be waiting for the Peace:
working In eight foreign count Corpsmen upon their discharge. ;vsp
t I iej: with a backlog of re. --- { o
qUI+etn for 50,000 others from .
several score nations Drive Carefully

I .
flay Foster, former Miami
Disc Jockey and 'confessed dope
addict, will be in Revival at Soul
Saving; Station, 1880 Washing '- '
ton St., Opa Locka, from Dec. One theory about the cause of many birth defects, with which 250,000Infants f :
29 thru Jan. 21. Each evening at an born tvcry year In the U.s., Is that they may be caused by a I
h; l p.m. except Monday. .deficiency of vitamins and minerals. Above, checking out that theory, is
l Uvansjcll }Tester said: Jerald Collins.laboratory research worker, working on a March of Dimes
-Ir- "God saved me on March 13, pant to the UnlTerrity of California Medical Center In January, the
1953, and March of Dimes hopes to raise sufficient funds for wider research Into
called
me to do .
birth defects and arthritis, and continued work in polio.
Evangelistic work I now live In

Saratoga Springs, N.Y." e88S&i&&e&& /& # / .., ;..r.A'9.: ..

JI.JilJlJtJiIJIJiIJI FREE FREE
SEASON'S GREETINGSTo
Welcome to .
i all our patrons
and a SAMS' TROPICAL BAR

HAPPY NEW YEAR 921 N.W. 62nd Street

Mrs Catherine Brooks Where Friends and Nice Folks Meet 1

Mrs Lula M. Clark I Special! Buy one bottle or case of' .

operators of OLD MILWAUKEE BEER made by Schlitz
THE CENTER BEAUTY
ti AND GET ONE FREE ,
CHEST
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DCTA Annual trict: 10; Mrs. Erma Allen, presIdent JIJdt ax > JtJtJtJl '&&&i&&i3S&& !"' .... ,..........-- -..
of the Droward County I Ii ,
Classroom Teachers and by i a a \\Ju bjuj \u r
Dinner MeetingSome President Fryar of the DCTA.

125 people enjoyed the I I' Other reports were given by
I
annual December dinner meeting Mr. Roach for the State DondI New Year's at the Knight Beat
of the Dade County Teachers I Committee; Mrs. Leaora Smith
Association held recently in I I of Research aud T, S. Greer Sr.,
the' cafeteria of the Phyllis treasurer.
Wheatky Elementary School I Principals Josephine Mackey,
Mrs. Elizabeth Johnson, princi Walton Robinson HHjzabeth; Pitt-
pal Emanuel Pryor fa: .president man, Sylvia ,Lambert, Rosa Fort.
of the DCTA, I son, Robbie Wright and Manatee 1I
IJannennan made brief com.
MM Annette McNeil first ments at the close of the dinner,
vl pn sident- presided. Thet Broward County guests, in rdditlon -
te'u ly decorated cafeteria I I to Mr. Roach and M"
th" ho'iday greenry on tables, Allen, were Mrs. Maude Storr and p f t
Christmas greeting place eardA Principal Ben Stepheneon.
and toft background holiday
music set the mood for the In. I I Special commendation was
splratlonal, "What Do You Want given to Mrs. Mary Nesbltt,
for Christmas" given by Chaplain Wheatley cafeteria manager, her
Phillip Cooper. staff and Wheatley faculty
members who assisted with the
Giret'ngg wire brought to the preparation and serving of the
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assembly by Mrs. M. Moncur dinner. &i'.i Ar
Clark from the Phyllis Wheatley
DCTA will distribute the first 1 y h
faculty by Mri. Johnson principal I Issue of Its official publication 4W IL
of the hodt school; Cato the first of thyear.. This will r
Roach, president of the Florida be the first such publication to I II I
State Teachers Association; C. bo prepared by a county assocla. ,

Sullivan Culver, president Dis. tlon.MlfeMl .
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PAGE 6 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1961 GUN CASEAGAINST Altman Insurance


DINAH 768 NW 3rd Ave. FR 1-2421
Enigmatic City of America .

DROPPEDNEW INSURANCE FOR EVERYONE
New Orleans Has
YORK (ANP) The WITHOUT ASSIGNED RISK

assault case against' blues singer
Dinah Washington.. who was Small dawn payment with low monthly payments

"Blackest White Folk charged with third degree assault Also fire insurance, hospitalizationLife

for allegedly drawing a Insurance, with' small down payment
gun on a female dressmaker dur
ing an argument last week when .-- .----'-'-- -
and Whitest Black Folk"NEW her court.complainant failed to appearIn


Mlrs Washington, beset in re- Over 4,000 Customers Can't be Wrong!
ORLEANS Meeting cent months with marital woes,
R. 22's Written While You Wait
S.
place for North and South Amer
was arrested and held In $500
ica, the Mardi Gras City of the Howard Gets ball last Oct. 21 after Mrs. Lois -
nation, the city which many say Green of HarrLsburgh, Pa., complained Service first as low as
contains the blackest white folk ,$51,700 Biology that Dinah pulled a gun $5.40
and the whitest black folk, now I. on her. She had gone to Miss
stems to be seething with racial Grant Washington's apartment to col- Insurance Deposit
prejudice and hatred. lect bill.
I a $700 dressmaking Starts your Insurance

The people, many of whom are I WASHINGTON, D.C. A However, In Felony Court last Immedl.
descendants of those whose ra $51,700 grant In support of two month, Mrs. Green said that she Agency ately.
cial identity is rather doubtfuland summer biology workshops for was excited during the argu
who are said to "have' coffee high school teachers has been ment and that what she saw Miami Opa Locka
in their 'bloodare bitter In awarded to Howard Universityby might not have been a gun. A
their racial attitudes towards the National Science Founda police search of Dinah's apart 3497 N.W. 7th Ave. 16300 N.W. 27th Ave.
Negroes. tion. ment also failed to locate the NA 4-6612
Here last week, use of the
gun.
auditorium was refused a group The grant will sponsor the i'S
desiring to present the Rev University's sixth annual "Sum. Last week when Mrs. Green .____,.. .
Martin Luther King for an ad mer Institute In Biology and failed to show In Special Session
dress. Authorities paid that use Radiation Biology for Secondary Court, a three-judge panel I
of this building might cause disturbances School Teachers," under the agreed to not press the case for ;
which might have dire direction of Dr. Marie C. Taylor, trial upon motion by Dinah's attorney NEW CUSTOM BUILT HOMES
le ults. associate professor and head of David N Dinkins. The
the Department of Botany at jurists indicated they would entertain Sold 35 already-Demand so great
*AACP ALSO REFUSED Howard. The eight-week pro a motion to dismiss the
gram begins on June 19, 1962 charges at a later date. We have built more
This building refused
same was
and ends on August 1, 1962.
at one time to the local iPgSMjK XJ HSajpq 1Q
NAACP who desired to use it fora The institutes are set up to See 3062 N.W. 60th Street
public address by Thurgood train high school science teach Liberty City Detective
Marshall, then an attorney fur ers in the use of the newest Agency and PAtrol Service Open: Sunday 12 noon to 5 p.m..
the NAACP and now a federal equipment and techniques in the
judge. For a number of years field of biochemistry and bio NICK "CHIEF" FERGUSON $500 CASH$23 WEEKLY
use of the auditorium was denied physics. The teachers, In turn, LIEUTENANT IIARRISON
Negroes and a long and bit use this equipment and knowl
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lor fight preceeded its desegre- edge to train their students. Approximately O'BKIWY

gation. 150 high school in Office: OX 1-1234 Milton Rothman
Isew Orleans has shown Itsr..clul structors have been trained un Hornet OX 1.0070
der the program since it was initiated
hatred in
many ways.
at Howard In 1957, D30 7287 S.W. 57th Avenue
VLen public schools were order* .. ...
ed integrated whites demon- Each year: with the exceptionof Phones MO 7-2561 or MO 6-8407
i Crated In a manner that many 1957, the institutes have been
deemed outrageous. White women jointly Advertise It !
!sponsored by the National Pays
of the poorer class were Science Foundation or ';1' .... v; ... ... 1f": '
shown pn television kicking policemen I Atomic Energy Commission, and the ::: .--:- -- .. -.-----.--... .--:-.n. --':::' ..''':'': := :: ;::' -

who were protecting Negro the Howard Graduate School. In I I'
children from the mob. 1957 the program was not financed NORTHWESTERN SENIOR HIG H

The city has opposed racially by the Atomic Energy

mixed athletic contests and recently Commission. ADULT EDUCATION CENTER

opposition has been Participants in the Institutes .
the location of Cuban
shown to
are screened, and each teacher DADE COUNTY PUBLIC
refugees because many are blackand SCHOOLS
h required to have a college degree
would create trouble In labor
! and schools. There ta no istry,, cne physics year and of biology mathematics, chem, 7007 Northwest Twelfth Avenue Miami 38, F]lorida
segregation In Cuba but many
and at least one year of teach'

say permitted that there It to must these come either refugees to New be separate are Orleans ing for experience the program.in order to qualify ANNOUNCES REGISTRATION/ for the Spring S em ester


schools for the white and Howard is one of 274 colleges January 2 April 30
black Cubans or schools for all and universities throughout the 1962
Cubans and for Cubans only. nation which will receive grant Telephone PL 4.5491 between 1I I'
totaling approximately $26.4 2:00 and 10:00 p.m. Mon. thru F ri.
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in? public records which might Secondary School Diplomas
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spoken on the part of the poorer !,tron| UxttlvM. That' why for over 58I
whites and the politicians who 60 yeari mother hay relied en nl"tablepare I READING IMPROVEMENT BOOKKEEPING 1
desire to have something to use "BABY EASE" infants ENGLISH 300 BOOKKEEPING 2
for their own good. The bitterest pecially mild and gentle for ENGLISH 301 TYPING 651
whites are the poorer one and entitiTe rtomach. You can rely on .
those whose racial identy 'Is this pleasant tartlnf comfort when ENGLISH 303 TYPING 652 .:,] .
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COMING ir PAGE 8 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1961

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Unu",, tho man who stands on i B ITY ,
HJ forefinger,:}JwllI be on hand r ",
vi'h Ute cloyrns, animals ant}. .SVr.I"WWaAtFRIDAY .
thrl'"ng: ; acts when the Itinglingllrothers Y ,
and Barnum and Bailey k A t t3: a f Z, ,' AND; SATURDAY. +
Circuit. comes to town for U. -i 4
1062; "worM prrmlore January, .... 1>TiO PREMiNGER PRESENTS
24-2S, at the Miami Beach Con. '
v ntfoa Hall. ; PAUL NEWMAN/EVA MARIE. SAINT

Ticketfor] "The GreatestfVw .1'LPH: RICHARDSON/PETER LAWFORD |
f cn Earth" go on sale rUEEJ.COBB/SALMINEO/JOHN S
Etarting Tuesday, Jan.. 2 at all ',' .* DEREK
;0' Ie a stoics and the Convention JILL 5
Tall 1 : < : HAWORTHA

Tho circus will perform twice .
a ilav:: afternoons and even.
f 'PAr
lags at the heated and air
E>CCJI:9L.JS
condltifiied hill: Washington .
Av< and 17th St. The total of
SCRCENPLAY BV DALTON TRUMBO I BASED ON THE NOVEL BY LEON URI3 MUSIC>
t' *,,'rfcrmpnres also] includes a a ERNEST COLD. PHOTOGRAPHED IN SUPER PANAYISION 70,TECHNICOLOR.BY SAM LEAVITT
special Saturday (Jan. 23, 10 A,UNITED_ f. RELCASE .PRODUCED AND.DIRECTED.BY OTTO, MINGER
r In ) show Children under 12 5. 5 J ,
Shown nt 9:00 only .
vt1l he tif1mittrd for lia'f prkea ; ; .' .,
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the Wednesday, Thursday and : -
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morning Pr'dav' mittyiees show and the extra! <; TI- \\ ; The =On Nurss"are =

,Cnmtnz. directly from Winter -:5: !!!!!!!!!!!

h'adqmrters at Venice, Fla. CLOWNING AROUND, Three of the top clownsof
where dazzling: production nuin TALE TIl ..
hers' and new acts were created, Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Circus, com-

the new 1962 edition of the cIr ing to Miami Beach Convention Hall January 24-28, ad- TEEN 1
'ns mVrs:; its international debut }
at the 4 >p,m. matinee, Wed.n mire a dummy clown head. The buffoons are (left to TATTLERa-' Y'

day, Jan. 24.Sroplifter right) Paul Jung, Lou Jacobs, and Paul Wenzel. Ticketsgo COLUMBIA PICTURISm.. ,

on sale January 2. Cdr i

Gets 15, '1iISft "iRN 1'IMOJ


Days in JailA ITS THAT HOLLYWOOD EXPOSE'PI .,4,1D RAYf JEAN KEllY LESLIE PBltUf:JOAJI'XIMS JULIA LOCKWOOP TIM SEEM
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"'tri M CHARLES HAWTREY t..m#.,4 WW KUDS.{ rAIl*rat.1,*"0i Ib*.. .l WinCimMm
21-year.old'' woman wasS' n'rnrrtf by Miami Milton .
Judge
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Friedman ,
on Wednesday to -'
15 days in Jail for "lifting a Shown at 7:20
$2,80 chicken."
SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY
Caro'yn Coleman was arrestedat !
Orablcs Bakery, 71 SE First YNflO'8ALRAIM] CR A nn'"WICHlfX"
St, and charged with the theft.

After Friedman sentencing said, he was her going Judge to RITZ NOW SHOWING! ?'. Ec1sar Allan Ibes11lE PIT

require a prison term for all THEATRE _:: .
i
shoplifters: who appear before < PENDU1UM.
him, adding that he was: "sick >',-. .
and tired" of peeing! the "big .COLOR, VINCENT PRICE
parad'o"' of shoplifters! that. pass I' <
'through hfa court dally --
,, I "Cream of The Crop"LOVELY ;: .:1tPLUS _.

I JERRY ,". 0 S production of -.... ...
Dress Catches Fire; HOMES OPEN WIll *rAULKNER'S

Girl BurnedA "I'Wile Mt
1 MORTGAGE PAYMENT ONLY 'r
4,year'old] girl was badly Long: : '
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burned Tuesday when she brush- Nothing Over $500 Down Ji
cd against :
kerosene
a stove and H01I .
h.r dress caught fire
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Boby Ann McGee, daughter of SumMer2q '
Mr. and Mn*. George McGee migrant 1874 N.W. 44th STREET
workers] in South Dade CIN13n SCOPE : Vw .
was 'isted in serious conditionat bedrooms, clean as a pin A-1 shape Large Fla. & ... .
Kendall Hospital with burns room and dining room. Hardwood floors, $350 dwn. P.EWMAN. .JOANNE WOODWARD.ANTHONY FRANCIOSA
of th right side. She lives at'Sander's Of
J WELLES
LEE REMICK ANGELA LANSBURY CAM n NIU
Quarters, Tallahassee ;
Road and S. Allapattah Drive. 'STARTS WEDNESDAY
,k 4321 N.W. llth SOURT

Gorgeous CBS 3-bedroom, 2 bath, lovely area, car- at 9Ve

FOR SALE OR RENT porle, large lot, fully fenced; TROY

: See 1S50 NW 47th St. ...,. DONAHUE

Call owner HI 5-3524 1176 N.W. 48th STREET CONNIE

Evenings Hardwood floors, tile roof, Fla. room, furni.hedlarg.a I I DOROTHY
Fla room front, hardwood school. total.
rooms, near $11,500
_ floors. Clean bedroom McGUIRE r
CBS, front. -
LLOYD
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NOLAN s 3t JaytSc ate
Lovely 'CBS home; Fla. room, hard wood'floors tile
TECH icotoR'raoMwARNER BROS
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NIGHT CLUBFUN
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FROLIC TWIST AND TURN
TMcturo layout shows the 200 medicine l jmrtment of the 200 Medical
M I Mitral Ilul( (Ung In Chicago; Building and Cancer Detection SING SWING
''*)11 Its Cancer Detection Clinic, I Photo center: Martin V. Kelly, Clinic.
first of Its kind in America Jr., biochemist, as he lemon. DINE AND DANCE
cm nod and operated by Xegroea. ', strafes 8 use of the highly sensitized i Bottom photo Exterior of 200
VV1TII
In top photo medical staffmen Building and Cancer Detection
microscope to a group of
Inspect. Alteration of X,",, ma 'visitors. In the laboratory do- I Clinic.-ANP.
chine. Left to right: Doctors S\
Benjamin W. Anthony, consulting
radiologist explaining..Xrojrl -R'hKK'IKK'' KKxKKECK KKKMIKIK: [;KKK OiKeQKKI ll ;
operation l ; Maurice M. Shaw, I ft -- -I ,1r4iL IiI
Burgeon; ; Phillip C. Williams,
obMetricN.gynecology r AugustusM.
Buchanan, X-ray technician; GRAND OPENING
Kllsworth E. Hasbrouck, surgeon ;
and Henry II. Matthews, Internal


Boyds Christen DOG RACING _


Baby Girl -
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Little Eleanor Elizabeth Boyd,
baby daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Ell Boyd of 1611 NW 3rd ave., TUES. NITE JAN. 2nd _
apt. 8 was christened recently ,
by the Rev. E. A. Culmer, paa. 1 *
tor of St. Mary's W. M. Church '
Post Time 8:15
1609 NW 5th court at a Sunday p.m.
morning service.

Godparents of Little Eleanorwere
: Mesdames OUIe Rolle
Lambert and Odessa H. Neal and HOLLYWOOf 1
Mlsj Ruth Ferguson, godmothers
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and Arnett Phillips god.
tather.A \

very lively reception In \
honor of the christening was -.
held at the home of the Boyd Kennel Club '


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FR 3-0152 1t Jones'' and .her Orchestra

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Admission 500 $5.00. ". A piu COUPLE ux \

Dugie's Guest HouseThe tI
Beverage Minimum '':.30 Per IYron Phut Tax
house of clean rooms, i DAILY DOUBLE Including 2 Drink, H/iU, Noise Maker, Etc i
Open MldntUt Show Hrrakfiut Show
24
hours NE 4-3851
Seeing is Believing J First and Second Races ICt'W'InVAtlonA' For Kftch Show Continuous l ntertalJmt'ntHAMPTON t

See us for clean rooms ,, HOUSE ti

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Jamaica Dugie, always a Hollywood Kennel Club is located on U. S. HighwayNo. 4200 N.W. 22nd Avenue
friend Call Harold Kemp Reservation NE 30611fatiBtiSti
INDP 1 Just one mile north of Gulfstream. Park

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Congress to Ask .
PHIL OSSOFER I PAGE 10 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30. 1961

All Schools to Show .
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Mr. Rex Gulley, a charter will become more powerful than being of mankind is far more
member of the Miami Beach Kl- a 100 megaton nuclear bomb, powerful than that which man
wants Club has spent much time for the spiritual "fallout" will has .created for the enslavementof
Integration Plans by 63 and money In a "Dally Prayer penetrate communists' hearts, his fellowmen. '
For Peace" campaign, which ha those materialistic( bomb sheltersof Let us all heed the example of
Rex Gulley. Let's get together in
hopes will bring Divine Guidanceto ungodliness.
Washington Southern Sen; the leaders of all nations tb Think of the results of suchan prayer. Thus God'a power can
ate sources said Monday they bring peace into the world. explosion: It would cause a channel through us to bring that
expect civil rights advocates to ;; CORE Members long awaited Kingdom of Heaven
wave of love to go forth throughout
To this is of the most
me one
for earth.
Congress a on
push In the new
Claim Acid ThrownOn the world, evaporating the
all school districts constructive methods of winningthe .
bill to require
I I hatreds and prejudices now
submit Initial Integration cold war that has been offered '
to plans by 1963. ThemNew to date. Prayer was an important abounding on our earth. Don't be a Freeloader!
subject of Jesus' teachings Yes, prayer Is our secret
These sources indicated that Orleans City police : He taught that it should be weapon The Communists, believing Join Your NAACP
Southern senators were pretty' have emphatically denied they sincere and simple In form, to not in God, cannot con.celve
that will failed to act in an alleged "acid- be of the of Support the Fight for
much convinced they addressed to God as a loving power prayer.
have to make an all.out fight throwing attack" on six Con Father, to be offered In the Surely, that which God has created Freedom
against such a proposal, which gress of Racial Equality mem spirit of brotherly unity, and for the peace and well-
their biggest chal bers demonstrating at a Woolworth's should include
they consider store. a petition for the _._
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They apparently doubted that
decision against segrega I
court acid actually was used and had In praying in His way, we lit
tion. clothing of the demonstratorsunder erally give ourselves to God and 'Care-Craft' School for Nurse's AidsTen
Liberals in both the Demo chemical: analysis. They ask him to do his will, not ours.
cratic and Republican parties .lso said they had to find the We can see the results of doing
' would have difficulty evadingthe :JOUE: members involved to in things our own way in the Weeks Course Day and Evening Classes
proposals even If they want festlgate the matter. wretched world conditions that
ed to. One white and five Negro surround UI.Sincere Enroll now for classes forming first week in January

demonstrators asserted white prayer, acting like a
The proposal was included in men splashed them with a pebble dropped into calm water, Have a Lifetime Profession
the 1960 Democratic Party plat. liquid described as "some kind causes spiritual rIpples to go out
form. A similar pledge was made jf acid." Only the white man and out far beyond human com
by the Republicans at their con uad an Injury, a minor burn. prehension. I believe that con 1711 West Flagler Street

vention. The demonstrators were centrated dally prayer for peace,
It also is strongly supported Identified as Edwin Clark, 19, (when shared by great numbersof FR 9.7357
by the National Association for IIumbolt, Tenn, a white studentat sincere people, and uttered in
Tulane University here, and the manner taught by Jesus)
Advancement of Colored ---- .- .
the --
Orleans Negroes George : : -==.
People and by other groups New
Raymond Jr., Willie Birch, Cal
which back civil rights legisla
vin Holmes, Edward Holmes and
tion. Frank Monroe Jr. SEE THE WORLD'SGREAT

The Southerners are fairly con CORE oficlals said they could SPIRITUALAND
fldent that civil rights legislation not get police to respond to aomplaint. PSYCHIC READER
cannot pass Congress next year They notified CORE BISHOP
unless President Kennedy asks National Director James. Farmer HUNTER

for it or at least gives his tacit I' In New York. It )ou are sick or worried, don't 1
approval j.t L Police Maj. Alfred Theriot fail to see me today. Office hours
declared in answer, "These people -
They feel, however, that the did not come to us, we hadto daily 1 p.m. to 0 p.m. Thursday
President would have a difficult go out and find them after 1 p.m. to 0 p.m. Sunday 11 a.m.
time avoiding lending his supportfor we learned about it from the to 3 p.m.
some form of civil rights press." All new Qulnicln Tote
legislation during an election HEADINGS ;', Hoard!
year, despite the administration'sstand Strict Post Time will be
Rattler JailedFort GENERAL
that it is making a good '..00 i Observed
record through administrativeaction. Lauderdale A FloridaA up Individual Seats
and M football player was ADMISSION
sentenced to 20 days In jail Fri
On the other hand, some 6417 SW 17 St. (!
day, following conviction on a
Southerners tend to feel that
disorderly charge. James E. 1VESTHOLLYWOOD 50
Kennedy cannot afford to alienate -
Jhelton, 22, of 428 NW 6th ave.Pompano .
Southerners if he wants to
Beach, was arrested
push his new liberal trade
pro FLA.
Dec. 18.Freedom. PROF. HUNTER
posal through Congress.
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Many Southerners in the Sen Riders
ate and the House are not keenon l!! ..... __ .- -
increasing the President's Are EnjoinedJACKSON "'
power to lower tariffs They I ;
would be even loss enthusiasticif I Miss. A federal For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call 1
Kennedy gave any sign of I district judge last Friday enjoined i
support for a civil rights bill. I the Congress of Racial a ,, rray .t
Equality from sponsoring further -
One source put it this way: "freedom rlden" to Mc-Comb, BONDED
"There" could be some trading on where racial violence erupted
trade. earlier this month.

Judge Harold Cox granted a
A&T President temporary injunction against the
rides as requested by city and

Heads Peace CorpsIn state Integration officials demonstrations on grounds are the RENTAL

designed to provo'{e violence and
Nigeria would bring immediate and irreparable -
loss, injury and damage
Dr Samuel DeWitt Proctor .
40, president of North Carolina AGENCY IIIC.
Agricultural and Technical Col Overseas Yanks :
lege at Greensboro, today waj ,
named Peace Corps Representa. Had a. SwellChristmas .
tive In Nigeria.In '
DinnerTOYKO The largest collection and
rental]
his new post, Dr. Proctor :
will administer Peace Corpus activities (ANP) The U. S. ; L
in the most popular na Army Quartermaster agency reported agency in the South; operating in :
tion in Africa. last week that American
Sargeant Shriver, director of servicemen in Korea and Japan Dade and Broward Counties'ROLAND :
the Peace Corps, cited Dr. Proc I had a bountiful repast for
tor's "rich gifts of personality Christmas. They dined on Negro Housing
education ana imagination in 87,240 pounds of turkey; 14,* GARCIA area. .
announcing the appottment. 985 'pounds of candy and 11-
He was given a two-year lei.ve 714 pounds of shrimps! District Manager ;:

of abeenco: by North CarolinaA ,
and T College to accept the j MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN
Peace Corps assignment TV NOT WORKING Free estimate :
Dr. Proctor is married to Bessie if you live in Liberty City 10,000 HOUSING UNITS
Tate Proctor. They have to or Brownsville, we will repairon :
sons, Herbert, 14, and Timothy, credit. Pay weekly. Rowlnc f j Bonded also has FREE
12. His family will accompanyhim TV. 6952 NW 18th Ave. OX employment service for
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ST. MATTHEWS ST. JAMES A. M. E.

Rev J,. F. Clark, pastor Rev. J. B. Blacknell, pastor

Rev. J. E. Munroe reporter Sunday School. . 0:30

Morning worship . 11:00
to The Woman's Day committeeof
tfI Evening worship . . 7:00
me St. Matthew's Baptist Church
wishes to thank the general pub .:'The services on Christmas

lic for Its financial support and Eve were typical of the season
I attendance during our fifth an. Beginning with the Sunday

nual Woman's Day observance School.
The 11 a.m. worship
was con.
ZION AME CHURCHOpa BAHA'I Miss Marie White, the morn.
FAITH GRACE ducted by the youth and high.
PRESBYTERIAN ing speaker! for the second con.
lighted by a moving Christmas
Lock Miss Audrey F. aecutlve by popular demand
Thompson of 6896 N.W, 14th Ave. year message from Rev Allen Turner,
Rev II, E. Greene, pastor 213 NE 23rd St. delivered brilliant !
member of the Rev. W. P. a message minister of the Junior Church,
Savoy
Evelena Glenn, reporter Baha'l pastor
Faith of Miami and brought visitors with
Sunday School. . 9:30 at the Daha'i will speak Sunday School . . 9:20 her. Some of many whom were and the beautiful renditions of
Center, 137 NW Morning service . . 11:00 repre. junior choir at the evening jcr-
Morning worship . 11:00 11th :
ave., 8 sentatlves from tho Life of Flor
p.m. Sunday, Dec. Evening service . 7:00 I vice the sermon was deliveredby
. 31. Her
worship 6:30
Evening talk, which is bated ida Insurance Co., Mt. Zion Baptist
Wed the
on night study . 8:15 Rev. Theodore Roddy and'
William
Sunday was indeed a high day. Sears' book of biblical Youth Fellowship Friday 7 p.m. Church, fraternal orders in Christmas hymns were rendered
prophesy and fulfillment which she holds offices and Lester -
"TMef the
by Gospel Chorus.
service the
At the morning pas in the Night" will be titled To close our service for the Albert of the House of AI.
his best. He : We
at spoke are looking forward to
was
tor an
"The Time of the Sunday bert. Miss White's cooperation
End morning of 1961, tho
subject "Why All This unusual treat
from the next Sunday. All
pastor with the committee was outsand.Ing .
will
The use the "The
public is invited. topic
About JesuIt"The Phone the choirs of the church will
and highly appreciated by all.
Masonic Family turnedout Secretary, PR 1-5420, for fur. Presbyterian Measuring Stick. perform. The male chorus and
to worship with us. We were ther information. After the morning service the The total amount raised: Mrs. youth choir will provide the

glad to have them with us. church will meet to make plans Lillian Clark reported $696; music In the morning, at which
The members regretted to hearof MT. CALVARY BAPTIST for Men's Day. Mrs. Katie Williams, won first time the sermon will be deliver.
the death of our pastor's The Youth Fellowship will prize with a total of $1 51; and ed by nevi Turner, The evening
aunt who was funeralized in Rev. E. M. Thomas pastor present a program of music anda I Mrs. Marie Wallace, came in sec. service will be enhanced by two

Haines City on Friday. Phyllis Myers reporter play at Kendall Youth Home ond place with 9106. Mrs. Alice sermons from Rev. Roddy and

During the morning service a Sunday School . . 9:U Sunday at 2:30: p.m. Dullard and Mrs. Ivadell Hep. Rev. George Smith, and the

donation of $34 was taken up fora Morning service I . I 11:00 There will ,be no 7:30: evening burn, for the second consecutiveyear ,singing of the ushers chorus. At
needy family that they mightbe DTU ..... ...... ...... . 5:30 service Sunday but there will bea invited the largest numberof 10 p.m. there will be a break
able to enjoy Christmas. The Evening service . . 7:00 Watch Night communion service visitors during the morningand and we will reassemble at 10:30

pastor again expressed his Sunday morning at 11 p.m.Congratulations. evening services for the Watch Service. The

thanks and appreciation to for very happy to hear everyone Rev. was to the Sunday Mrs. Vistoria Williams Is to be message will be brought by the

the cash purse presented to him phens render the Ste School staff, children and youth commended for the beautiful pastor and music will be pro'
and hL3 family from the members congregation message. The for the excellent Christmas Woman's Day ribbons which she vided by choirs '1 and 2 com
enjoyed his pro-
of the Church for Christ much. message gram last Sunday evening. It designed and gave to each per' bined.
very
was sincerely superb. eon in attendance as a souvenir You are Invited to worship
mas.Next Sunday night we heard an- with ua all day Sunday.
Sunday Dec. 31 the Missionary for
other Mrs. Alean Miller, organist
great The thanks
message delivered by pastor all mem
will be in
charge. Sister
Rev. Drown It alto bers for their 36 years wa died for faithful '
was enjoyed. cooperation and \.41 '
Jactson: will be the 11 J
a.m. service to the church and her t/ i
good-heartedhess
Our pastor wasn't feeling well during the year
speaker. A program by the Jun. contribution director of the
as
ions will be presented at 6:30 lunday, so Rev. Daniels and 1961, and wishes a Happy New Woman's Day choir each year. $390 DOWN $75 MONTHA
Year
''te\? Stephens took over. We are to All.
p.m and Watch Night Service I Mrs. Letitia Ferguson, who sere beautiful 2-bedroom witha
will begin at 10 p.m. soon.praying for him to get better ed as chairman of finance for large Fla. room, near 17th

GREATER BETHEL A.M.E. each Woman's Day program, dida '
New ''Providence To Monday night the children hada splendid and efficient job as Ave. and 'NW 47th St. Buy

wonderful Christmas program. Rev. S. A. Cousin, pastor usual. now to get Homestead ex

Enter New Church They had plays and afterwards Mrs. Jcnette Fata on, reporter I emption.

received gifts from their Sun | Sunday School....................... 9:30 Special thanks to all captains,
day school teachers. Morning Worship .........?......... 11:00 chairmen of committees, and -
Evening Worship .................... 7:00 'Deacon David Drown in charge
NEW BETHEL BAPTIST I''of the men's division, for their' $500 DOWN $75 MONTH
Sunday morning at the 11:00
:
wonderful work. Ait a result of
Sunday School . . 10:00: worship the Rev P, R. Cousin, Women's Day the church has in. 3-bedroom CBS with two

Morning wortilp . 11:00: president of Klttrell College, N I stalled a Wurlltzer organ which jalousied porches partly I

B. T. U . . . . 5:30: C., will be the speaker Mr.I was dedicated on Sunday, Dec furnished. Awning type
Evening worship . . 7:00: Cousin is well known in this '10. Everyone is invited to our windows on NW 48th St.
1571 NW nth St. area as he is the son of the New Year's Eve Watch Night
near 17th Ave. Move in im-
Rev, Ernest Williams, pastor pastor. service to enjoy the heavenly

Deacon Fred Williams, reporter We are expecting ;';tones of the organ along with mediately.We .
a great meetIng music furnished by the combined .
r s Last Sunday morning the pas and high spiritual season, choirs of the church arrange financing &lso

tor delivered a mast Inspiringand come and hear the speaker. i I Mrs. Lillian Clark, chairman;

p uplifting message that was We are looking forward to a Mrs Cornelia Smith, cochairman -

enjoyed ,by all. very fine Watch Night service ; Mr*. Ora Haywood, chair.
Happy New Year to All
night. Service will beginat
Sundav No.1 and 2 choirs will Sunday man of program committee,
10 p.m. Prayer and testimon ,
the music. You are wel- -
"' render !
come to worship with us.Bro. lal service will precede the regular TRIO REALTY

Sears Is still in the hos evening worship. Special TRIUMPH CHURCH
memorial service will be held 801 NW 54th St.
pital. Go out and see him. Prince C. Mobl sy, pastor
for the members! who died dur
Everybody is thanking Sisters the His. C McKinney reporter PL 9-8372 PL 9-5455

Levan and Ferguson for their ing year. School of Wisdom . 10:00Y. : NE 5-8745

wonderful work with the child As an added feature, we haveas P. E. Band . . .I 6:30 ... .
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ren. our guest speaker tho Rev Evening worship ..... 8:00: -' -
William F. Ball Jr, pastor of

ST PAUL A. M. E. the AME church in Port Arthur
KKV. O. J. BURNEY Texas. Rev Ball is the ion of

Rev M J. Fayson, pastor Bishop W. F. Ball. We extend an
New The officers and member of Mrs. Lee Gray, reporter invitation to all of our membersand .

Providence Missionary Sunday School . . 9:30: friends to be present. l
Baptist Church, working pray. Morning worship . 11:00: i
erfully and sincerely under the Evening worship . 7:00:
leadership of our great pastor, TEMPLE BAPTIST
Rev. C, J. Burney, will enter and With Sunday being Christmas
begin cervices in our new i Eve, our .service was very touching lev.I L. A. Thompson pastor

church on the corner of NW I I Rev. Ross, a visiting minister Sunday School....................... 9:31
53rd st and 7th< court., Sunday from Atlanta, brought us the Morning Worship ................ 11:01
Dec. 31, beginning with the Sun morning message. He unfoldedthe Evening Worship .. ................. 7:31: .
day School and including the Christmas story 10 forceful B. T. U..N.NI....... 6:31

Watch Night service.( that everyone was benefited The children presented the
We have looked forward to with spiritual food for thought. Christmas program Sunday even-

this great day. We thank God The Sunday School renderedits In? with a very fine spirit.
for the spirit which He enabled: annual Christmas program Every number was well rendered
us to work. We thank Him for TREE DELIVERY DRUG
Sunday night. A beautiful tree and reflected credit on the
His many blessings. Without was displayed with gifts for the directors. Miss Edwina Lord was
Him we could not have reachedthe children. mistress of ceremony.

goal. To our friends and vi'l- Love Feast will be held Sunday Watch Night services will begin IIAIIOLD JOLLIVICTTIC, Manager
tors we will be looking forwardto night during the Watch at !9 with the Deaconess

seeing you in our services. Night services. Hoard leading the prayer meet 1 11 ., 11 "' ---'VII"" .
You are as welcome as ever. ,| Stewardess Board No. 4 willi
I
i hold Its regular meeting Sundayi ing.The pastor wishes to thank
MT. HERMON A. M. E. i i I afternoon at the church. Please the congregation and friends and

Sunday School . . .9:301,I visit the sick and church shut-ins Sunday.St. and. to say a Happy and ProsperousNow S'
friend to to all.
bring a Year
Morning Worship . 11:00

evening Worship . . 7:00
Freewill
Rev. S. L. Gay, pastor Matthew MT. CARMEL M. B.

The 2014 NW 5th Court Rev. D A. Bradley, pastor _
presiding elder of the
North Miami Rev. J. D. Woodley, pastor MN. Christine Cherry, reporter
first District held our Bro. Nathaniel Thomas reporter Sunday School . . :30 _
day quarterly conference Fri Sunday School . 11 9:30 Morning worship . 11:00
night.
In Morning worship . 11:00 BTU . . . . 5:00
day keeping with Christmas Hrl- YPCL . . .I. ..... .6:00: Evening worship . 7:00
spiritually night our and quarter financially was nice All I Night service 1. . . 7:00: Our New Year's services will

boards and clubs made nice re- Stop! Look! and Listen! There i begin at 10:30 p-m. and we are
Ports. :aeklng all that are desirous of
Money raised $107. Honorable Musical
was
will be an I old fashion meeting to
Another club added to the behalf of a good
in
was
church: The Publicity Club. Nathaniel program given Thomas the second :I come Prayer and meeting be with each us. and every Oscar L Range Funeral Home

Sunday morning service was Sunday In January at 3 p.m.. It Tuesday night.EBENEZER.
just beautiful. The presiding el- be sponsored by the No.
will
red preached a wonderful sermon two choir. You are invited. I METHODIST M Athalie Range, Owner N. Patrick Range, Mgr.


Stewards and Stewardess re Tae pastor of the brought birth of a Christ great Sunday School . . 9:30 5727 N.W. 17th Ave.

ceived their certificates at a confirmation while message the junior choir suppliedthe Morning worship . . 11:00

service. Christmas mnsie. Evening worship . . 7:00 OX 1.0131 OX 14343Tw
We were happy to have Mm. the sick and shut Rer. Aaron D. Hall, Sr., pastor
Remember .
Allen
with u. Sunday morning. E. Infram, reporter .
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PAGE'. ti' SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1961 Robert Flake of South/ Day Dies in NassauJoseph Feed 1200Christmas .

............. ..._....... died Dec. 20. Services 'were'
held at Bethel AME Church: In Mackey, formerly of Dinners"
South Bay Dec. 24 'at'8' p:m. Ha- Miami and New York City, died .
CADSMEMORIALS leaves to mourn a wlfe anfl sev1-<,. Bahamas.
*, "' \ bn Dec 8 in Nassau, : Invitations for Christmas sluh.

.{+ EYR .nMp..p.r"-. + '+M rwnl y l'I'11IfJ oral relatives.M- .t'4: ';..;..,:... Mr. Mackey who was a nativeof ner for 730 needy Negroes Twere
Nassau'! had lived in the sent by the Greater Mtaafl Res.
John J. Johnson, dled oH Dect- j
..1 United States since 1919. Whilein taurant Association but **bn
CARD OF THANKS .... ,
23. He shipped to' .Camden,
.w-f was
.\ Miami he lived at the home of Monday the number Increased Jo

Mit'"Sallie Williams of 326 DEATHSRange. S. C. for interment. r J> .. r. ,.! of hlJ sister, Mrs. Lavania 1,200 served at Douglas Elementary
O'BrUn, 1741 NW 68th Terr. He *
NW $th St., apt. 3, Miami, wife moved to New York City about school.
of the late. ....... Mrs. Annie Hagins of 1556 "
I>'i- ... 1l'fQ a..Ii1 20 years ago and remained until Director Bernie Palcy cald: 'it
MIL JAMES WILLIAMSwho NW 147th 8t. road,. died Dec.25. .- months
he became ill 16 ago. was a rousing success. Next
died November 21, wishes Services will be held' at
to thank her many kind ,friends Greater Bethel AME Church'withRev. He returned to Miami, thento year we'll .try to get' eight of

and *.neighbors for kindnesses Robert Watson, a groomsman S. A. Cousin officiating on Nassau where he lived the nine schools and) feed as many
shown during her hours of bereave at Gulf stream race track, died Dec. 30 at 2 p.m. Survhohi are rest of his life aa 5,000."
ment. Thanks for 'your Dec.. 24 at Memorial Hospital, her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth: Cea-
cards',' telegrams, flowors, dona Hollywood. Mr. Watson of 1421W. sar, four sisters, Mrs. Elsie 'Mae Mr. Mackey was funerallzed Fifteen prisoner served as
Fudge, Mrs. Elizabeth Rutley, Dec 13. He id also survived bya bus and kitchen help. A
tions and all other :kind .gesturesof Walnut St., Louisville, Ky., boys
sympathy. was a visitor to Miami each rac. Mrs. Leila Redmond, Mrs. Diane brother, Charles of Taylor St. policeman,', played Santa Claus,

Special thanks to the Francis ing seacon. The body was sentto 1'ownes, four brothers, Elmo, His sister Mrs: O'"Dr1en\ now'. and the children received gifts
Funeral Home Again thanks to Louisville for final rites. Rufus, Harvey and'' Deris..
lives at 14460 Monroe St. in
and the adulto, bags of citrus.
everyone for everything. and may Richmond Heights.

God bless you all. I Elige Belle o 21800 SW Clifton C. Robinson of 1726 (ePK tK Ke.CKKeC l. ;4QK.4Y f
Mrs Sallie Williams, wife 114th ave., died Dec. 25. Mr.
.. ., Belle was a native of. Alabama NW 4th court died Dec. 25 at
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and lived in Goulds for two Jackson Hospital. Services will Legion ,to Worship at Mrs. Matalie Grant
be held at the chapel on Dec. 30
MEMoRIAM ears. He is survived by his pa- l *
IN :ents, Mr. and Mrs. Avery Bell, at 4 p.m. with Rev Emory wishes her customersto
St. James AMEJohn many
four brothers and seven sisters. Jackson officiating. He leaves to
In loving memory of our dear The body was sent to Wayne mourn a wife, Althama, five know that after Dec. 30

husband. father and grandfather, boro, Miss for final rites. children, a mother. Mrs. Griffin Post No. 165 of she will
ALFRED DAMES Lena Robinson, three brothers, the American Legion and the no longer be at

who departed this life "December Mrs. Mary Perkins. of 1627 Linious Willis of Baltimore andO. Ladles Auxiliary will worship at Steen's Beauty Salon. She
25, 1948. NW 58th St., died Dec. 25. She D. Robinson of Millen, Oa., St. James AME Church, 1845
Darling we are so lonely lookingat is survived by two sons, six sister, Mrs. Lillian Billups of Detroit NW 65th St., Sunday, Dec. 31 at will be manager of .

your empty chair. daughters, a grandson, her .parents Mrs. Amey Walker of 11 arm service. All members are
Remembering all the happy Mr. and Mrs. Willie John. NYC, Mrs. Minnie Strickland, urged to be present Rev. J. Wilson's Beauty

momentsWe son and a sister, Mrs. Alice Hun. Mrs. Evelyn Evans of Waynes Benjamin Blacknell, pastor
shared, when you were here. ter. Services will be held Satur. boro, Ga., Mrs. Roselyn Robert. Salon
of New and'' Robert L. Clark, lit post com.
You are etlll our guiding light, son Jersey Mary
day at 3:30: p.m. in St. James
mander and Mrs.
Daniels of Detroit. Marie Taylor,
Ruth Dames, wife' Baptist Church with the' Rev. .
1508 N.W. 67th St.
president Ladies
Naomi Newton Johnson officiating Mrs. Per Auxiliary
,Mary Ferguson kins is now In repose in the George D. Gibson Sr., of 1159
Catherine Smith hapel. NW 1st court died Dec. 23. Ser. Shop: OX 1.2616

Maria Bryant --- vices were held Friday at St. '
Minnie Dames Peters American Catholic In, Appreciation,, Home N E 4-2027
Elsie Dames Church at 10 a.m. He leaves to
Ruthleen Jones wp,, mourn a wife, Catherine, four Dave Clark, a tenant of Fla. HAPPY NEW YEAR

Sadie Berry + rr daughters, Mary, Violet, Mr,. Realty extends. thanks to Mr.
16 grandchildren Ruth Doreett and Mrs. Anna Sid Sussman and the
manage
ItAANaAIo>u k mAAl m>tIa>ol
10 great grandchildren Lucille Rutherford, two sons,
ment for a wheel, chair for a
John and George Jr. Chriatmas gift. Advertise It Pays!


THANK YOU Ed-. Lee Cobbs of 6002 SW ErTru nnnnn EF Ir Jr JrI"IrIrJr rrI"IrxrIrJrIrIrJ

67th st., died Dec. 27. He will
Thank God On the 23rd of be shipped to Holly Hill, S. C. See America The BeautifulIN
this month I passed my 84th w for final rites. He leaves a wife,
year. On Thanksgiving Day my n Dorothy.

daughter, Carolyn Clark and AIR CONDITIONED, RECLINING SEATED
others gave a dinner for me.,, 3 -i iar
Last Sunday my grand daughter, STREAMLINED
4, Jeanetta Clark and there gave House of Albert .
me a birthday dinner. New Year's
Day, ,my daughter, Sarah Clark, Ernest Daitey of 1430 NW GREYHOUND & TRAILWAYS
and others will honor me with a let court died Dec. 11. His sur .
dinner. May God bless them all. vivors are his mother, Mrs.
Thanks God, 1 have lived to Annie Dalley, a brother and BUSES
see my fourth geneiution,, other relatives of Memphis. Ser
th.ldnn, grandchildren, great- vices were held in the chapel
grandchildren and grout-gr at- Dec. 20.Mayfiald. .

.,.andchildren.fvev. .
:ASK ABOUT OUR *
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N. F. Clark Charles Arthur Matthews, a
and Mrs Curtis Major of North
member of the class of '39 of
SPECIAL
RATES FOR GROUP TRAVELWe
Miami Beach, died Dec. 14.
Dooker
T. Washington High
School, and known to his many Chapel Dec. 18.services were conducted Reserve Your Seat Pick up Your Tickets Here .
CARD OF THANKS friends as "Flip," died Dec. 25.

Mr. Matthews, of 447 NW 20th At Our Office
The family of the late at. was a veteran of World War Walton who lived

MR. EUGENE SAM SMITH II and a member of St. Paul at 1012 NW 1st ave., was deadon NORTH'S TRAVEL BUREAUFR
wishes to thank its many' friends AME Church.. He is survived by arrival at Jackson Hospital
and neighbors who were so kind his mother, Mrs Olive Matthewsand Dec 18 He Id,, survived' by many
during. its hours of bereave- two sisters, Dorothy Matthews relatives including two childrenand 9.8451 1104 N.W. 3rd Ave.
ment. and Mrs. Winifred Brooks. others of Quincy. Arrangements
Special thanks. to. Francis Services will ,be held Saturdayat are incomplete. Charles North, Manager
Funeral Homo for its fine service 1 p.m. in St. Paul Church
and thoughtfulneas. with the minister Rev. M. J. ---ErJrE RrIrIrTIrJrJrJr JrJr JrFJrJr T I..zYFFJrFJrJrEIr

May God blew each of you.' Fayson officiating. Mr. Matthews i Mrs. E. Gertrude Watkins of I irA .>MI A AAIo1iI AI. ...
3073 NW 48th terr., died Dec. AIi hAA ala7alDs 1al m ll ..of.f11IT'S
The Smith FamilyTHANKS Is on view In the chapel
24. She U surived by her moth. I GREAT! IT'S GRAND i iIT'S
Mrs.
er
bits Lillie Mae Sims, of 2097 Mary Moore of Vernon,
Fla., a sister, a brother, aunt.Arrangements a
.. Wilmington St., died Dec. 27. A
native of Parltsvllle: S. C. Mrs. are incomplete. AN OPPORTUNITY ?

The children of Mrs Mary Sims had lived' In Miami since i
Anibrister of 1352 NW 2nd ave. 1928 and was a member of long
Ben
Earl
Banks
died in his
her Jtandlng of Greater New Bethel 1 FOR
take this method of thanking home at 174C NW 2nd ct., Dec. YOU
Baptist Church. She is
many neighbors and friends for survivedby 24. He leaves his widow, Johnnie
klod gestures shown to her on her husband, Otis. Services Mae mother
Mrs.
thr occasion of her 88th birth. will be held Tuesday at 2 .p.m. !' Banks of Thomasville, Mary, Ga., Jane two Take advantage of this 1962 Career Plan
day celebration. .The occasion in New Bethel. Final rites will
brothers five sisters and Offered
/ ,two by The
I 1 was one that will never be forgotten be conducted' in Parksville. iI I i step 1 sons He will be sent to
by Mrs. Ambrister or her Thomas vllle at 11:30
: a.m. Fri.
children. I day for final rites. He will bean SUNLIGHT SCHOOL OF
IN
MEMORIAMIn
following view;! in the, chapel 12 noon
Thanks to the persons Thursday.
and organization for varloi. sad but loving memory of
\ donations: Mrs. Myrl Gibson our mother BEAUTY CULTURE
one of the Eastern ,Star MRS. CAROLINE KEMP Tony Crawford infant son of
Matrons, choir No. 2 o( St. who departed> this life December Mr. and Mrs. Walter R. Crawford '. REGISTER ;
Mary's W. M. Church, the Long 29, 1960. who reside at 3355 Grand NOW!

Fallows\ Club, the Light .of the May she rest in peace, and ave., died in Baptist HospitalDec. New Classes Start Jan. 8 1962
Morning Social -:,and Savings may tight perpetual shine upon .25. and. was 'laid to rest Dec. :

Club, Mrs. A. D. Stewart, president her. 29. GIVE YOURSELF A CAREER WITH A LIFETIME
the Missionary BoardofStI The Faulty
INDEPENDENCE
Mary'a W. M. Church, Mr*. James Ferguson of 7614 NW

Caroline Ward; New Providence 14th place died Dec. 27. Jllssurvlvol'8 $25.00 down with payments arranged
Court, No. 129, Daughters of
CARD OF THANKSThe include his widow,
Isl. Rev. E. A. Culmer, pastor Mesa Dorothy Ferguson, four to suit your convenience

\, Board off, St. Mary's of Temple the Missionary Baptist family of the late, children, a brother, Ernest f Class Hours: 9 A.M. to 5 P.M.

Church and special thanks to the wish MR. to CHARLES thank C.their MILES \ Evenings: 5:15 P.M 1o 9 P.M.
Poltlor.Mrs. many RECTAL DISEASESNon
James
Rev
friends and' neighbors for their Surgical Painless I Phone FR 4-9998 FR 1.9126
1 Ambrlster has been con. kindness during their hour of
,
fined to bed since April as a result bereavement. Office Treatment, Low | or NE 5-2821

of a stroke. She .is still Special thanks to the Range Cost f D. A. Julius President K
holding to God's Unchanging Funeral Home and the Rev. J. Free Examination ,
hands.. B. Blacknell, also members of DR. LONG'S CLINIC Dorothy Brown, Instructor a

Again, thanks to everyone for the No 2 choir. 1W5 SW 1st St. Ella Moncur, Instructor =
Mrs. Laura Wilson FR 3.2748
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i Rarty SuccessA SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30. 1961 PG,13

I 'good' ole time was enjoyed
by A vfry large crowd of persons f. 1
both young sand old, athe
I Christmas Skating Party and. SNAGS CONGRESSMAN ,
.
Contest, held on Christmas Day '.I
A
at N'W\4th _Ve. between 14th and
17th 6tn@U! II
: The"affair was sjtoflsored by m'
the local Cltizehs Cotatnittefl aF

For Youth Fitness and was en. 1Ij
dqr&ed and approved by the Mi.
ami Cty( Commission.
." I : Fourth
I avenue_ was closed to general
HELP WANTED r traffic from 9 to 6 that day. Gen.

mature maid at eral skating began at 9 that
PART TIME Profitable Business
morning and the contest events
home for the aged. Prefer some ; \ 1 L
kicked off at 2; p.m.
one in Opa Locka area.. NA Pleasant Miss .
and interesting Henrietta Albury, a 1Syearold
1.8064, 8th grader at Booker T
,business,,, for .woman with Washington High was, the win
\
HOUSE. 1 bedroom. 1779 "NW 'several hundred dollars to ner of the girls' skating event. \

60th- St.MOUSE.. invest. Be sure to take advantage Quincy contest. Davis, 14, won .the boys'

1773A NW bet St. 310ST -
.. of this offer Valuable prizes were awarded
bedrooms. to both winners.

UN 60004 Little Georglnana Lynch. ,4,
and her brother 5-yenr-old Ed. v y<
? t James May Ward',, both children of MM
brown lctngbese dog 4 Mabel Lynch, of 423 NW 15th
months old in vicinity of 1652 st, won the prizes for being the
NW 67th St. ttew td. Call OX smallest boy and girl present on jjr
6134 after 6 p.m. FREE PLANSDo skates.,
.,
Among visitor. to the occa. '
you need help to build? sion were Miami's vice mayor, I I a a' dQ _
FOR RENT Henry L. Dalaban and Mrs. Bala !
I will help you plan and fie ban Charles Hadley, honorary

3-ftOOM cottages stoves and building sepia mayor, Kenneth Williams,
nance or re
any
water furnished $10 weekly. a recent candidate for the city :
560 NW 8th St. PR 72902. modeling job. No charges. commission, "Tanny" Dean anda :

----" time number of others.
Any day or .
"I
). PICARDRental Music was furnished by' the St. ,..", '.... -,; ..'
Agency Deluxe BuildingOX Agnes Cornet Band under the "t

Rental collections; property direction of Rudolph Thompson, Winsome Debbie Sue Brown 5 of Clarkston Wash, 1962 National
Management, real estate i 6-4961 and through the cooperation of Poster Child of the March of Dime., buttonholes Congressman Charles
569 NW 8th St.: FR 7.2902 Oscar Johnson, a member of the I Dlggs of Detroit In his Washington D.C. office and enrolls him as a
group. Plenty of refreshments volunteer. Debbie Sue Is a victim of an open spine (because of which she
FURNISHED efficiencies all I were served to the more than wean leg braces), one of the significant birth defects which afflict 250,000
utilities included. $12.50 per Your Miami Times 1500 children and grown ups. Infants yearly In UJ9. In January the March of Dimes hopes to nice
week. 620 NW 8th st. FIt 72902. sufficient funds for wider research into birth defects and arthritis and con
On Sale Here tinned work In po'e.M'RKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKetKKK'4KKKKKKKKKKKKKKK.

3-ROOM HOUSE Unfurnished.Call .
E. Picard Rental Agency. MIAMI ORA D. TAYLORREALTY
FR 2902. Down Town
ATLANTIC MANOR
Ramos Grocery, 302: NW 14th St.
FURNISHED 1 bedroom apts. Economy Dim, 1101 NW 8rd Av.l'ark's .
Large rooms stove, refrigerator, NW 8rd Ave. NEWEST IDEA
Sun., 1201
Hotter but Ik'
Homes
Not t ,,
new furniture, 1 block from Uarkley's, 1301 NW 3rd Ave.
new highway 4190 NW 32nd Service Drug, 1240 NW 3rd Av. liuainem Property and Lund" 5 MINUTES, TO ONE niCDROOMMVK INU14AUTIFUL

ave, I Walk-Inn, 1042 NW 2nd Ave. A BEAUTIFUL INVESTMENTSee MIAMI I1KACII GARDEN
Harlem Drug, 1400 NW 3rd Av. i 4701 NW 17th Ave. Fine MIAMI SHOIUCH APARTMENTS \
LOWEST RENT In town. $14 for Nick's, 1R23 NW 3rd Ave.
I stores (CBS). Some fixtures one NEAR SCHOOL
2 bedroom apartment, near new Charles Mkt.. 840 NW 16th Tcr.Lennj's cottage in rear, furnished, two COItAL OAIILKS ALSO EFFICIENCY
highway. 1200 NW 47th st. 1700 NW 3rd Av.
Drug,
apartments upstairs over one ON- NEW HIGHWAY AND FURNISHED
Itudd,'. Gro., 1080 NW 3rd Av. i Btore. Total price 66000.
MOD I.RN furnished room with Arch's Gro., ItOO' NW 8rd A v.Jay' .-. $20,000 down, balance $250 per Low rent Near everything now
'oorlng: privileges. In 'clean, : Drug, 427 NW 20th St. month: Large parking lot. A
quiEt) ,place., Call OX 14864. Stand's Gro., 1000 NW 4th Ct. real buy.nUSINESS. 4190 NW. 32nd Avenue
Mjew: 575 NW 20th St.
DUPLEX APT. 2 bedroom Dixie Drug, 505 NW 20th 8t: PROPERTY: KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKeKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKNEW
beautiful Inside and out. Adults Hillside, 1842 NW Oth Ave. ZONES II LA '.',
...#,".. 4' '' >l f' '' '' '' '' '
on y. Unfurnished 1461 NW Person's Sundries, 1501 5th Ct. Corner NW 44th St. and NW 7th '' ) # '' '' '
Gth St. To sea call FR 9.6610 riddle's Drug, 801 NW 8rd Ave. Ave., east side.

6.J4-0037. Mrs. Dlxon.DCPLEX llnrkett's, 708 NW 2nd Ave 6 stores. CBS building. Lot size DREAM HOUSEGorgeous
---- lL.. T., 714 NW 2nd Ave. 100x95ft.
APT, New 2 bedroom. ..Ilex Wundrles, 715ft 2nd Ave. 2 stores else approx. 20 x GO
Al l electric kitchen. Finest H18 Shoo Shine, 818 2nd Ave.;. each. 2 store size approx. 20 x 05

n1, i hborhood. Adults' only. Un. rturlem Sweet Shop| 208 10 St.Cnrrle's ft. each; 1 store appox. 20 x 85. new CBS bedroom, 2 bath with garage
i t'I, Gro., 155 NW 17th flt
nished. 1128
NW 76th St.
Vacant lot. Size 70 x 70 ft.
T,1., I 6332051. Tucker Southern Gro.Gro., 1400, 1701 NW NW tit lit Ct.PI. ', facing 7th Ave. A 15 ft. open and roofed patio. 3 entrances! Large. White tile roof,
city alley separating lot and
Di:1'LEX APT. Large clean 2 People's Drug, 402 8th St building. Total 7th Ave property all tile baths and kitchen. Beautiful oak floors. BEST

b '([rooms. Partially furnished or .nll nn :CITY size 170 ft. Prevailing value

mfUinlshed .dulls! ojily; 1Z4&'- Comtii. bung, 6130'.13th Av*.'' approx. $200 per front ft. location near Manor Park.; Owner Ruth Fritz. You
NW 51't T<-rr/}}'P 1'el
6332051. Mkt. 'WIO: ''17th tot.. Approx. land value 34000.
Ntar Grand Way.BCDUOOM ,. Little Huper, Terms $20,000 this! OPEN. Only $85 month.
.1' Bethel Sundries, 028 18th, .\veSmUh' Price $45,000. must see
t I I. '" .f cash, balance $200 month.
Sundries, 0704 18th Av.
..
APTfldtui OWNER WILL LOSE $5,000NO
pUhedc
t8th Ave. Gro., 0307 18th Ave. ,
NW I1EAUTIFUL HOMES YOU CAN
I9JJO 55th"'StHN3.9908.PRIVATE : : 0700.15th Ave.
Mian Gro.
OWN FOR CHRISTMAS i
REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED
Hetty's Gro. 0004 >TW 15th Au.
; .
Furnlshe l robnKrlthath Newton's Sundries<< 41820 18th Av. See 1425 NW 41st St. by calling
' 1454 NW: 11'eh OX KUM.UDDnoOM t,It,. 'Deautjr'8"lon)1101 15th Av. 769.5221. Two bedrooms, CDS
\ ., '. 15th Ave. one tile bath 5 full rooms. Well
Qrlffln (iro., 0572 1031 N.W.41th Terrace PI / 3I62Ji
-
"- living room:.. ,din- nannl'ter's, 0200 NW 15th Ave. kept home. FHA price $10,500.
ng room, kitchen and shower. rand J 1)r ug, 1410 02nd St. $60.33 monthly. $350 cash plus
1275 NW 55th TErr.TITRE eymoiir's, 1301: NW 02nd St.Jackson's small closing cost. See inside by rroewaaagea 4'4'+uar.'>*> "",..v ra' rr..ar...... .
-- NW 12th Ave. calling above phone or CK II.
0000 -.._ __ .. ._ ._._ .
_
, DEDROOM Huuaa with Matthew's Gro., 0081 15th Ave. 54246. r ::: :::: :: -

arge na room unfurnished.'. Convenient Gro., 5804 22nd Av. FRIENDLY HOME IN A :I
1046 NW 59th St. $85 month. Werner's, 2000 NW 75th St. FRIENDLY" NEIGHBORHOOD:
call III 8.6985.. Thomas Gro., 2350 75lh St.
-- LlncolnfleM's Drug 2001 02 St. See 744 NW 44th St., CBS, tile 3 Bedroom CBS

UL Furnished room !I Hash Gr o., 5552: NW 17th Ave. roof, five rooms, enclosed Fla. .
well lawn. Furniture .. .
kept
private entrance private bath Midway Drug, 2:08 02nd St. oom -
walk in closet with windows Cecil Cleaners, 2280 02iid St. optional.) Total price $12,500,
Wa'' $71.92 monthly. Owner pays ,closing
69th to 9t. wall carpet, 1855 NW CARVER RANCHES l cost. Give the kiddles this With Fla. Room (completely furnished) '.

lkme' Barber Shop, Pembroke home, for Christmas.

2.DEDnOOM APT. Partly fur. SOU111 .MIAMI IIKACI1 BEAUTIFUL 8-WEDROOM Down Month
nil hid: tree water. near bus line. Mrs. MUler HOME $350 $60 a
2760
NW 56th St. NA 17190. Maxle Sands. 1020 NK 155 St Enclosed garage, newly decor
ated. CBS 14821 Polk St. FHA
ROOMIN "OUSD for rent. Will OPA LOCHA financing low down payment, Total Price $10,000FHA

sell furniture! cheap. FR 32940. Magnolia Sun., 14570 92nd A Vft.r..nwe' one mortgage $78 per month.

,. Gro., 1731 AH Itaba Av. Armstrong Manor and Harmar
2. DnooM HOUSE, 8850 *SW Miller's, Sun., 15110 2nd Ave. are now building again In Rich Terms 1 Mortgage OnlyMcNicholas
i"7th Terr., Howard. Fla. in.t Uunche Drug, 2280 Bon. Park mond Heights. Applications are
"!rested persons may call MO David Lawrenc l, 1501 20th Ave.Esther's now being received. FHA or
6.9792 after 5 p.m. any even. Gro., 1710 All Uaba conventional. $500 down and --o--
ing Samuel Stanley J5281 18th Ave. closing Included. Apply now to
Michael Sander, '2500: 100th St. be included in these 16 homes.
beautiful design. 2
FURNISHED They are
1 bedroom apt. IHIOWX8VILLESpic
Adulta and 1 baths, all 3 bedrooms, Realty
only call
MU 17001.
& Span, 4801 NW 21th Ave. porch designed, buht! -Ins.
N.nl',. .Mkt., 4825 27 th Ave.
LADY TO SHARE Apt. Own Drag, 4034 27th Av.
Il-otmsvilJe Ora D. Taylor Realty
Dftfroom. Teddl 571 NW.. 131h Rlnora's Sondries, 4820 27 Ave. 7927 N.W. 7th Ave.
st- apt. B. Tracy's Gro.. 5010 NW 82nd Av. I. Jk<<. Real Estate Broker

Jet Drug 2009 NW 54th fit. NW 7th Ave. 48853"It
4208 PL
Jlmmle's Gro.. 2OOO NW Mth Bt. PL 1-7592
Jf you drink like a fish MlonH r 7505221 CE 5-424/1
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"WHERE IS HE?" as the major prophets ; partially .I i ;.
answered the persistent

Among the Christmas cards received question "Who Is! He?" But the I
was one bearing a ,bio. question "How Is He?" was also i ..
important to a hungry hearted p ,f' Z drJ
graphical sketch of our Lord and -
world.
Savior Jesus Christ, without

whom there can be no Christmas. The testimony of the prophetsand 'y
Of Jesus the card said: "He was of those who knew him'was ;ru
.
born In an obscure village, the to the effect that he. was mypa- 1i .
child of a peasant woman. thetlc and kind and outgoing In .... ; );: \0 ]
his spirit to the {
needy of
sons
He
grew up In still another < .
men. He came into the
village where he worked in a world to .
seek and save that which is loaf
carpenter shop until he was 30;
He was always on the giving end
then for three he
years was an
Itinerant when it came to helping poor 'L
preacher. He
never
mortals along the ways of lIfe-
wrote book. lIe :
a never held an
the hard
ways if you please.
office. He never had a family or

owned a home. Never before had there appeared

on the horizon of historya
He didn't go to college. He
never visited a 'big city. He nar- soul with such compassion and
er traveled two hundred miles such pity and such care for the
from the place where he humble eons of man. Then to the In the photo above are shown
born. He did none of those was question "How was He?" we the probates of Beta XI chapter
thingsone
usually must reply that he was avail. of the Phi Beta Sigma fratern
associates
with BTW TOPS NORTHWESTERNIN
greatn !S. He had no credentials able and accessible to those who ity, located at St. Augustine's.
but himself. He was only 33 sought him. So iiiftuy of our College, Raleigh, N C.
when the tide treat men are aloof and snob.
turned against him.of public opinion bleb TAMPA CAGE TOURNEY Brothers From left Gene to right Lee they Wendell are,

The writer remembers quite N. C.; Clayton Hatcher, Rocky
Blake of racehorsedto
His friends ran He I Tampa,
away. was
well that when one of his fellow Mount, N.C.: Clarence Branch.
turned over to his enemies and ; 3 Tornadoes Make a 29.12 first quarter lead over
race-men had wrought wonder Weldon N.C.; Jessie McCarther,
went through the mockery of a fully, he took time out to writea Middleton and then staved offa Rocky Mount, Sweathert of Beta

between trial. He two was thieves.nailed to While a cross h. line as a token of esteem and All Tourney TeamTall third quarter spurt by the XI, Lettie Hilliard, Phillip Dula,.
appreciation for a work well Raleigh Octavlus Gibson, Mi'
was dying his executioners Tigers to win going away 72.57.Middleton's ;
done. and talented Booker T ami; Gene Scott, Raleigh; and
gambled for his the
clothing, the bid came in
Washington of Miami won the Janus Shumate, Spartanburg.
only property he had on earth. Our great man, never acknowl- third stanza to 9 for the winners S. C.
When he was dead, he was :laid adged our humble gesture, al. sixth annual holiday tournamentat but then Raymond McCloud and
in a borrowed grave through the though when Franklin D. Roosevelt Tampa Saturday night with a These probates crossed the-
pity of a friend. cat-quick Howard Capers quick
was President, I wrote him 57-53 victory over Northwestern ly sealed their city-rivals tomb burning sands under the leader-

Nineteen hundred years have forthwith.a letter and It was answered of Miami in the finals. with ight points without retaliation ship of the dean of pledges, Bro
But
come and gone and today he is Jesus was not James Allen had 21 points Richard L. M. Barry, Miami.
snobbish although he might have fourth the
A by
the central figure of the human quarter spurt and Ronald Long and Leroy
race and the leader of man. Father been, bnt for the spirit of his BTW team accounted for the vie. Aiken& 10 each for the losers. This probation brings the

kind's progress. All the armies there was in the Heaven.question And of then tory, after Northwestern had McCloud scored 19. Capers 16, membership of Beta XI to 13:
that ever marched, all the navies "Why and Willie 11 for the victors.
that was He?" taken a 45.38 lead into the final nen.
ever sailed, all of the
period.
parliaments that Bower: HI of Sarasota won
ever eat, all tne
"Why all this coming amid the
kings that ever reigned, put together singing of the Heavenly' hosts! Jack Wadley had 17 points for fourth place with a comeback
have not 51.50 victory over Gibbs of St.
affected the I the winners. George Buchananand
with the Glory of God in the
life of man on this earth as much Sidney Johnson 11 each, and Petersburg Booker won over
that highest and pence\ on earth and REDUCE E. Z
as one solitary Rochelle of Lakeland 68.56 and
man, Jesus goodwill to men?" Why all this Bobby Anderson 10. Stanley McKenzie -
Christ of Nazareth." Gibbs over Union of Bartow 59-
acrlflcial ministry of the Son of scored 16 points for the Lose 2-0 pounds weekly.
56 to enter the winner's circlein
losers. Effective medication, in
God who despised and
was
Such Is the brief but glowing re. the loser's bracket.
biography of history's great"tsoul fected of men and why all the jections. Physician tm>

and at Christmas time the mental suffering of Gethsemane The all.tournament team was lAlizing.FR
nations turn in solemn remenv ond bodily suffering on Calvary'scross composed of: 3.2748
brance to those Wise Men who ? 2-1 ACRES 1545 SW lit St.
James Allen of Middleton
Inquired "Where ;
Is he that Is
born King of the The answer is, sinful man Eddie Hickson, Booker Hi; Stan.
Jews?
needed a Savior and somebodyto PALM BEACH ley McKinley, Northwestern;
During his travels up and show us the way back to an George Buchanon, Jack Wadleyand
down the ways of Palestine the Injured Father's face: The Bobby Anderson of BTW of It has been proven -
people had often askod "Who is world needed him then and It $495 Miami; John Mayes, Gibbs; Mar-
He?" The prophets of old had needs him solely now, and the ion enklns, Rochelle; Howards,
told who Jesus was. Isaiah saw supreme question of the hour !is, DOWN and $10 month. Blake and Curtis Bankston of Advertise It Pays!
him In the spirit "Coming from "Where is he that is born King $10 $405 full price Big Union of Bartow.
Edom of the Jews Only
with dyed garments ?
on, :2J/2 acre tract In Palm
Jeremiah treading the had winepress alone. What have we done with him? Head County only 48 miles

\ Ing up as a branch seen him out"spring.of dry Upon this last question could from Miami, 4 recently j
hard rock roads,

Ing groundEzekiel as a "Wheel saw In him a Wheel.turn." easily mankind depend! the survival of completed construction:2 canals. and a project$2,000,000 all EXTRA SPECIAL OFFER. jI jI I

Daniel had looked
through the within 1/ miles show how I
telescope of the ages and seen close this land Is to pro.

him as "A Stone cut of the prcM. Clean ground, with End of Vear Close Out
mountains without hands." And Drive Carefully native Brasses. No interest,
no cloning coats, free Warrarity

e.. Jl"t"tl. no hidden I
charges, title in MI ruble. Or* fdistontinaeti fcolof* Jterfect fat interior rextf'rfoplaster.
Higher elevation than Mianil -
Ilenoh or !Miami. Ilcf.erencos *twcco> *n J! olher urfitceMOJUI
NOW OPEN Miami 11 o a c h
Chamber of Commerce, M. .
I!. Board of Realtors. Cometo
our office for full infor C wte/
Under New Management! mntlon, map and color < & PAINT
tildes or Rend $10 for full
information and contract of \1'/i' /
, I purchase for your tract < \ '
10% discount for all cash.) ,

' Jack's s Drive-In Money back if not satin
fled in 30 day*. 23 years,!
In :M. Ii.Special .
We have a few)
parcels of 5 acre and
Cor. 13th Ave. & 54th St. for $1B5 acre with '20 up%
(down balance! over a 3
year period without Inter.
est. ,
f
Nat Ratner, RealtorM.

I Specializing in Home Cooked Food B.' Federal Bldg. J

Corner Lincoln Washington,

WORLD'S LARGEST HOTDOGS JR::: 8-5664

Miami Beach, Florida

HAMBURGERS MILK SHAKES SHORT ORDERS ENCLOSED hi' M reservation 1 1

deposit for 2/4
.' BARBECUE RIBS AND CHICKEN art treat in Palm BeachCountv. iinited5uppi1J 1I
' Send (contract map
I .i and data. If I am not satisfied w'g Izy : u -I
-u within no days my 1
money will be refunded. .

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Judge Denies Entry to I G. W. CARVER HIGHThe SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30 1961 PAGE 1& A!

I
G. W. Oarver High PTA I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA /tijl:,
held its regular meeting on
Monday, December 11 in the ; i

University of MississinniSets i Scouts school's TrOOB auditorium.Bfi WaR In The tim-o-o Doy nf q..q-- ,.;rL' Donates $2,500 For :r}'

--rr- the devotional -efrvlce. After devotions : Broward .. .j

Final Hearing His suit was handled by th* the official Doy Scout ( "";, ,,' Books About Negroes .,
'\ "\ "
NAACP. which charter. of Troop 55 1-
County
has indicated itwou'd Was presented ,.
Manatee DaMderman ', ST. LOUIS (ANP) An \f!
by Wil '
January 15 appeal an adverse decision liam Fuller, executive ": : eighth grado teacher here has ':
Doy Scout
and said the ,.. t
suit News
was a class ac Secretary. Mr. Fuller donated 2,500 to the Public ,I
JACKSON, Miss (ANP) tion in behalf of cither Negroes. ly remarks before presenting gave time this Library to start a fund to buy j

A federal district judge has de. charter. nyWalter \t 4' bOOM and other materials re.
fleeting the contribution of Negroes .
nird a Negro's attempt to Immediately Rowe
Mr. Arthur Dunn ,
scout leader,
enter the a11 Friendship Garden asked the to American and world
-white PTA to sponsor the IIxIxp orD w
University of Mississippi, but seta 1 troop They agreed and thanked culture.
final hearing In the matter And Civic Club Mr. Dunn for his untiring ef The CWH Chamber of Cem-
The donor is Miss Julia Davis
,
Jan. 15. torts. merce will meet Monday, Jan. 8,
70, a Negro.
U. S. District!! Judge Sidney Friendship has made many ac Report was given by Mrs.
complishments durng the year of Cort Win krlcld I She received degrees from
Mlze, of Gulfport ruled in the and William S.
1961; Miss
which Jacquelin Cooper, daughter -
first have been helpful to Stirrup who Stowe Teachers College and the
st-Ue's school desegregationlawsuit others. However along with the pre's.Ident of Mrs. Winifred Cooper ar.
refusing to Issue a greater sluinficance none was of Roy Dentley, attended the rived from Tennessee State Col. State University of Iowa.
tfmpornrv injunction to force than those, PTA District meeting held in Ft.
made in lege to visit her mother duringthe
helping
other -
people. Laurerdale, Dec. 2.
the unlve-'ity to admit Air Force holidays. She was accompan.

veteran James II. Meredith, 28. The most difficult task is to' Sincere .sympathy is extended led by Dr. Joseph Gray of Me- Beautiful Home or.

Mlzp, who conducted a hear. curb our desire to push for more to the family of the late Lillian harry Medical College who came Your Lot

ing .on the request for a tempor progress'I..... to the best of oar ablll- Robinson Joy, mother of Sandra to Florida for the holidays Oth.
in1tinctfoit-ist t during the coming year of Nesbltt. ers who came from Tennessee' i
ary ; August, said
the "overwh lming weight of 1962.A t are Mr. and Mr Kato: Mr. and I! JfJuv 1a&s.w
ti Congrats to the Wlliam S. Mrs. George Cooper Jr., and
t testimony that the plaintiff Happy New .
Year to All --
Teddy Cooper. Mrs. Kato is a
was Hot denied admission be. Sturrups who celebrated their
cause of his colof] and race" lona Dukes, president golden anniversary Dec. 24. sister of Mre. Cooper. George la :
stationed at Panama City A 1 r

He said the' evidence "shows Eartha Styles, reporter Congrats to Nathaniel Powell, Force Base

conclusively. .that.university Reg. named coach of the year by the
jsrrar icoDert uius gave no consideration Dig 9 Conference.To Complete Building Servlo
to races in consider- Save I Mrs. Evelyn Kelly and Deacon
ins his application. a Life all member and lends of Clarence Johnson were marriedon o PLANNING

ith G. W. Carver High PTA we extend Saturday by the Rev. E. J. e BUILDING
Mere !
State College a for ui'fnt Kegroes at Jackson Drive Carefully a Happy New Year. Clark! pastor of Central Baptist e FINANCING
origi.
Church The bride fA secretaryof
nnlly sought admission" to Ole Roy Dentley, president Central, and the bridegroom Your New Home
Ml! last
a
February but was re. is deacon at Central
a and Worshipful
1 trrted Mlze said many other NEW HOMEFOR Manatee Dannerman, Prln.
ap Master of the local Ma. No Down
plicants were rejected at that sonic lodge.
time because of crowded condi PaymentOver
tions and that no discrimination SALE SEE THE SOUTH'S

agaInst Meredith was shown. Direct from builder LEADING COLORED The Rain family of Hollywood Twenty Years of

Meredith, of Kocluko, Mias., PSYCHIC DEADER Lois, Sarah and Constella, Construction bxperlenct
nought admission to the spring 1073 NW 64th St. and their daughters, Erma, Guaranteed Satisfaction
term, then to the summer ses -CONSULT HER- Florence, Etherlne, Ernestine,
sion and later the fall term, Open Sunday 3.5 p.m. Dotty and the rent of the child 17 RJ I]
which began last September. He ren and their husbands! gave a
charged he was denied admis CAPPER CONS?. CORP. & reunion dinner on Christmas. It mmv > ro
sion because of his race. N was a memorable affair. The
blowing was offered by the Rev,
:;: ; = : ;::;; ::: :::J :: !It :: :: :::. J N, Sears, pastor of Westminster! PL 1-3604

k Baptist Church who wished that M lam

I IN AND AROUND THE BAHAMAS l Itwt the perpetually unity of the family would 888 N.E. 79th St.

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Cyril G. ,
Dullard, 42. died -
Dec. !9 whl'e jon a fishing, trip on fit the barge.plans were made to raise Let her year of experience guide Watch Night services! will be 1 DON'T! COST THEY PAY:
the eastern end of New Provi. and protect you throughout life observed at Westminster Bapttftl
dense' with two friend*. Ills sur .1 a lighthouse guide the shies In Church beginning at 10 o'clock
vivors are his mother The Bahama Brotherhood held I etorm. For suttees In buslneos
Mrs.
A cordial invitation is extendedto MIAMI TIMES ADS
Jane Billiard! his wife, Win! its 39th Annual Christmas Carol and love
fred, seven sisters, Roberta Go. Service Sunday afternoon, Dec. DON'T STAY IN THE RUT. GET all. Ilev. N, Scare, pastor,
tlrt Beatrice MOPS, Viola Smith 10, at the Southern Recreation OUT NOW. BY THE HELP OF l a
Mae Sawyer Winnlfred Blair, Grounds, under the patronage of GOD SHE CAP HELP YOU.
Oralee Mackey and Effle Sands. his the Excellency Governor Sir NEW APTS. LOW RATES
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Robert Stapleton. A large crowd Office Hours:
r was in attendance. The vice- 9 a.m. 9 p.m
nobm McDonald, a vl tor chairman of the Drotherhood, Thurs. 9 a.m ti EFFICIENCIES
and 1 & 2 BEDROOMS
'from
" B-o'ton! Mirs\ ,, pleaded the Rev. C. II Thompson, made 7 p.m.
ptiPiv with exp'anntion on Dar. the opening remarks and spokein DAILYSunday
I 14 to "hl\r"'p| of obscene Jangu- memory of the late Bishop Furnished or Unfurnished
1\1"e' and r"shtlng! arrest. lie wall; Eneas, Rev. R. P. Dyer and !Sir
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$28.no"prt Victor assoon.! Along with others :
Le Misters\ : :32, of Ft. on the program were Chief 10 a.m. S p.mREADINQ rig ELECTRICITY

'lau"erdale' F1*" was fined! Justice Sir Ralph] Campbell FREE GAS
$140
: for taking flab lnwaters. Bahamlan Rev. W. T. .Makepeace, RHV.
I Enoch Dackford, the Very Rev. 11.00 UP WATER
Brendan Forsjthe and Capt.

A barge owned by Andros Russell of the Salvation Army. 23 Years Experience o
Timber Co., bound wth a cargo The Bahamas Police band furnished .

'of to KJiePTfrT 'Stafford Creek I music. MADAMHUNTER 222 NW 22nd Street

Uumber Yard, Nassau,
sank off D'apurtA on Dec 12 Thomas "Junior" Hume. was

down after, the On water pump broke burned to death in a little frame I6P7 N.W. 73rd ST. Call Mr. Myers 377-4149
board were Captain home In Palmdale on Lee. 16
KIJJrth Woo-dpldf', Rupert while fire completely destroyed MIAMI, FLA.
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Bus 5
Stops at corner near buildingSALE
nn f'ng'ree". and Horatfo WOtd. the building. The place was Don't Write-Call In Person

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CHICAGOThe f. WE MAKE AND REFINANCE MORTGAGES,
Progressive Baptist Convention fit WE BUY LOTS AND HOMES ':/ *'"*

of America, a recency All Tenants of The ,,.. CALL '" '

organized Its anlial' meeting body' ,. has for January announced 30 BONDED' RENTAL AGENCY, I.!Inc"" o Ronald I. Baron IF 2.4343 ''f'I-tn
to February 1. 1962, at Taber- Mortgage Broker.. *"' ,
nacle Baptist Church, 4130" South' | If you are out of work and want a job, come.. to 220 SUNNY ISLE BLVD. .' flB' ''- "
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Indiana Ave., Chicago fno .3 566'1IIAfI off
BONDED'S FREE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE. BEACH *" ,
Highlights of the confab vrlll \! I'

Include the a local pre-conventlpn churches, a musicalby stage- 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue U) $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ !$

getting introductory address by JOBS ARE AVAILABLE NOW

'Pre3. T M Chambers, its unanimously """-tr-4..l ....l.-.L..i..r-4.:: ........... ..... .....:.w L..U-4.1 = .A 11 .
elected leader; sermon
by able ministers, discussion mvv Service Calls
and addresses by civil rights S'l"
leaders and others., the drafting IV PL 1-8381 50
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of the constitution t and bylaws, New Brownie' fln h 'camera $6.50
and the completion of the organization Repair and 'sell'TV's, radios"and hi-fis:
by electing additional ,
officers. Save M.oney,1Owner Also new electric heaters' $6.00

Among those being ,invited to at 1430 N.W. 59th St. ALL OUR SALES AND REPAIRS'(wARANTEED
speak at the meeting area; Dr. FREE DELIVERY
Martin Luther King Jr., represEnting Open Sunday 2.5 p.m. '
the Southern Christian know your TV man and save money
Leadership Conference! Dr., Den 2161 N.W. 59th Street 1318 N.W. 72nd Street HAPPY NEW: YEAR TO ALL
Jamin E. Mays Morehouse Col. ,
lege and Roy Wilkins, NAACP. Lots for sale Will build to order JOE SCOTT

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JAMES C. WILLIAMS OWNER Orange Blossom time in :Miami when the above eight Booker T. Washington," June DeGraff, honorary attendants -
IIANNAII MCQUEEN beautiful queens from Jackson State College and the. for the visiting queen.
1 *..JAMES; G. WILLIAMS ,high schools of the Miami area assembled to mount attractive :x
I 4A FREDDIE DUNCAN C parade float provided by the Miami Coca-Cola For a number of years Coca-Cola has been an active
1 r r EARL JACKSON Bottling Co. The pretty Jackson coeds, Mississippi\ na- supporter of Orange Blossom Classic activities. In addition
,:.. .. tives, are "Miss Jackson State' Joyce Thomas, Yazoo to sponsoring 'parade float: the Atlanta based soft
et -" r City, standing left, and her attendants Vera .Polk, Jack- drink company and its bottlers in Florida and Mississis-
>Beauty ;:pNE.I.1- a7i6 son, right, and Betty Buchanan Mt Olive, seated. In the sippi this year co-sponsored statewide radio coverage of
foreground, left ,to right, are the charming Dade County games, donated player of a game trophies and hosted
Stores NE 3-3235 high school queens Anette Hunter, Miami's North- half-time luncheon for press, radio and TV representatives -
1 IC'CCICtClCtC'CtCl(1CIC1lCIC'C'Ct(1Iq: vestern HI, Willie Daniels, G. W. Carver; North Dade's covering the game.r .