The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: September 15, 1962
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00334

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I Senate Finally Approves National Baptists Close I

Thurgood MarshallSENATOR 82nd Annual ConventionREELECT i I

after a five-hour burst of DR. 'loans and gifts for colleges and ;
Southern oratory opposing him seminaries related to the de. :
nomination, said Dr Edward V.
I HOLLAND VOTES Thirty Democrats and :21, Republicans JACKSONThe Hill, chairman of the commit
voted for \
AGAINST the second tee.Among
for National Baptist Convene those elected were
highest type of judicial post in closed its 82nd Dr E. vice
tion, USA, Inc., Uillups, president at
,.......... the country.
M annual session in the old Chi Dr J. Phillips vice-president atlarge

i Southern Democrats from cago Coliseum on Sunday night Baton Rouge, La..; Dr. T.
nine states that have strongly The assembly which lasted S. Harten, vice president,
Brooklyn; Dr, J. A, i F.' Flnlay]
opposed civil rights legislation, from Sept. 59, was attended by "
cast the 16 votes. Senators J.j k approximately 10.000 delegatesand son, vice president, Miami; Dr \
W. Fulbright (D., Ark.) and I a number of other visitors Charles H, lIamptonl vice president 1
George A. Smathers (D., Fla.) I -' and was the most peaceful and San Diego, Cal.

were absent. Sen Spessard L. ; orderly in the past three yean The convention meets next
Holland (D., Fla.) voted againstthe
The pre-convention program year In Cleveland, Ohio.
nomination.The Tuesday evening: was a thing of
The group that split from the
opposition contended beauty. The GOO-voice convention NBC last year, met In Philadelphia
choir held the attention of
that Marshall, former chief NKW LEAGUE RECORD at the same time.Miamians .
the audience
counsel for the NAACP, lacked Maury Wills of the Los Angeles than large three hours. for more -t "
legal experience other than in Dodgers set the National
the civil rights field. League record for stolen bases During the welcome program
with a total of 81 during a Wednesday morning, Mayor Attend'Convention
Sens. Thomas J. Dodd, ((1)., with Pittsburgh In Los Richard J. Daley welcomed the .
game \
Conn.), Phillip A. Hart ((0., Angeles this week. Since then messengers to the city and pre.
Mich.), Harrison A. Williams Jr he has pilfered nine more to sented Dr. Jackson: with a medal *,
JD.) N.J.), Hugh\ Scott '(R.
( within six of Ty Cobl/s of merit for his contributionsto
Pa.,) and Kenneth B. Keating Climb' I
record of 00. the civic, social and religious
R., NY) strongly backed Mar. progress of the city The following is a list of the
Miami delegates who attended
shall as a man eminently qualified I
for the job. The Rev. E.' A. Freeman of the session:

ANOTHKH KMMKTT TILL Kansas! City, Kansas, on the Dr. and Mrs. J. A. F. Finlay.son -
e-a-;: ; Marshall has won along opening daYJ told the gathering:
Rev. and Mrs. A. L. Shipp
Thurgood Marshall's o list of civil rights cases for "There \is no reason or cause
old nomination to the SecondU the NAACP before the In Miss. Rev and Mrs. Davis, Rev.
Supreme Lynching for so much fighting and dissension -
I S. Circuit Court of Appealswas Court, resulting in the historic ; in our convention. If we Thedford Johnson, Revs.W. .
overwhelmingly confirmed 1954 schoo' desegregation de dedicated C. Edcar: W. E. Slmms, O.
are to Christ and the
Tuesday by the Senate, 54-10, cision. Body Recovered love of God Is deep in our W, Foster, W. Williams, W.
F. Tanner Sr., J, U Johnson.)
hearts love and
we must forgive
W. K. Smith, I, C. Mlcklns, C. J.
each other, Uurney,. A. C. McQueen,*, L. A.
Revenue Smash ; From RiverThe The plan' of the special committee Thompson} Deacon and Mrs. .,.
Agents to petition the Liberian Sylvester Druton. S I,

I dismembered body of an Parliament for a 09-year leaseon Mesdames: Mamlo Varnadoe 't

Numbers GameIn unidentified Negro, weighted 100,000 acre tract of land to L. A. Moran, Abella Foster,; Q
$40.000 in a cloth'sack, was found be developed as u model agricultural Julia Carr, Ella Baker, M. Andrews
Wednesday, snagged in the community by American
I. 0. Pratt. Wilder Emma
a nation-wide 'crackdown lice chief of' Hialeah Gardens. shallows of big Black River, Negro missionaries sent by demons. M. Call

on gambling ,tax evaders, Inter. Internal Revenue agents said Goodman, Miss. the convention, was approved Thomas, Essie Johnson, Davies .
nal Revenue agents said they Geronimo, 42, was "escort man by the delegates. Lee Davis, Mies Barbara( j
broke up a $40,000 a week for a numbers game operatingfrom Four Negroes who were fishing Report was made on the Free Bo'Ney. f
numbers operation in Dad e a counting house at 11000 in the river, made the discovery dom Farm in Fayette County, I
County and nabbed a former NW 22nd ave. Tcnn, where a 401-acre site Accompanying the Miami

police chief Wednesday. Foster Wooten, 51, of 2445 'Goodman is about 45 miles was purchased by the convention delegation delegates was which the Included Bahamas: Dr.

Among five local residents 15Cth St., Opa-locka ran the southwest of Greenwood, where I' last year to house Negroes and Mrs. T. E. W. Donaldson, j I
evicted from their homes
arrested in the raid was Wil house, said Richard Wallace, the nude body of 15-year-old Rev. and Mrs. R. 0. Adderley
liam J. Geronimo, former po- head of the IRS intelligence Emmett Till was found in a for attempting to vote. Rev. and Mrs. W. O. McPhee,

section in Miami. similar condition in the Talla-: The new Education Foundation I Rev. and Mrs. 0, A. Colebrooke, ,
hatchie River on Aug. 31, 1953. was also approved. This Rev. Enoch Backford Rev. L. i
Charged with gambling oper- 'Till project has as its objective the D. Cox, Deacon and Mrs.. J. L. I
ations tor which no federal tax was allegedly killed for
Father 3 Children of Nixon, Mrs. Lavanla Stewart,
"wolf raising $10,000,000 10
whistling" at a white
was being paid, and for whichno Mrs. Muriel Sears and Mrs
It would
gambling stamp had been woman. Two half-brothers were years start as a mortgage Louise Woods.
purchased, were: Geronimo, of tried and acquitted for his muj- agency for congregationsunable

Drown In CanalMetro 280 W., G1th Terr.:. Willie John der. to obtain loans for 1---__..__ ___._. _._,__ ..__, _,.
son, 37, of 7211 NW 10th Ave.; The body found Wednesday other churchlbuildlng, and from would banks chan and FT 1 i
police, after a two- } F Fa
Wooten's daughter Alfoster. 17,
hour search, recovered the and Martha Williams 37, of had been placed in the sack, nel its surplus earnings into
bodies of a father and his three 4142 NW 32nd Ave. Geronimo weighted with rocks and ,
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small children Saturday from dumped from a highway
the white
was only person.
above the it
the Red Canal. bridge spot where
They were all' arrested near was found, officials said.
The father, Ivory Shelton 6975 NW 18th Ave., where a a
CO, police said, probably blacked numbers pickup was being i
out and drove his auto into the made, Wallace said. They were
canal about 200 yards from his released under $500 bond late Ministers File
home, on the grounds of the Wednesday. AP
Capeletti Brothers ConstructionCo. a 1a
yard 16400 tNW Red. Canal Suit Against
Road, where he was caretaker. Voter RegistrationWorkers "' I, .
Shelton was accompanied by .
his son, Curtis, two; and two :,'
daughters, Addel, 5; and Carolyn Shot in MississippiA ;37 4 Ma
55'r ;
five months. r A $- damage suit was ; 4(

Her husband went to get Mississippi filed against officials of Jack

water for the home, and the son, Miss, by four Episcopal
In Rulerville, Miss. two minister in- I II
children: went with him 'Just including a son-
for a recently dislocated left teenaged Negro girls were law of New York's Governor ,>
wounded by shotgun pellets fir ?
Lois, told police. Nelson Rockefeller, who were !
ed through the window of a arrested and convicted last year I I ,
The unfortunate man 'failed home Monday night. for} disturbing the peace. Iwx I

to negotiate a 1K-degree) turn, The Winner! j 1
his Into the The girls, Vivian Hilley and !'The ministers who were Jail.e -- -
and car plunged ,
10-foot deep caiul, said Sgt liar. Marylene Burke, both of Cleveland Meyersohn of tleMetrQ Miss have been active in at a bus! station were' of the year popularity "
the voter registration cam. the Revs. RoMurt L. Pierson of I contest Is the charming Mrs.
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paign. New York, Rockefeller's son-in- Narmo MImi of the Exotic
Charles !Lee Ross Jr. of
The officer said Shelton's Major CL M.: Darr said city law; John B. Monroe of Atlan Mrs. Syble S. Ross, of 714 NW Beauty Salon, 731-04008 and rep- \)
driving was hindered by a sling and county officials were Investigating ta; James C. Jones of Chicago I 10th ave., and the late Charles resentatlve of Unit No. 42. J .
for recently discolated left the Incident, and and James P. Breeden, a Chicago Lee floss, who graduated In The presentation of the .,
arm, and he was reported by that he had personally called Negro. June from Florida A and M award was given at the Beau- ,}
his wife to suffer from stom the FBI to look into the matter. ;The defendants were City University with a bachelor of tlclan Coronation Ball recently. : )

ach seizures and fainting Judge James Spencer who convicted science degree, with a major' held at the Fiesta Ballroom. 1 f ft. f
spells. them, Police Capt. J. L.Ray In biology. Ross has been accepted Mrs Bllllo Pitts, president of ,f''

\ "They didn't have a chance," Joint funeral service? will beheld .. who testified against at, the School' of Medical, Unit No 42 was first prize win-
TUayersohrc: saM.Tbe float, *'Saturday; 4 *o'clockIn them :'and Policeman J, B.Grif- Technology :at Mt Sinai, Hospital .: ner in the hair ,weev'. class: ,;at ,... ''' .
f'\ ed .'a few seconds and then the Range *FirneraJbT.feHotne: inland p, A.. NIchols, who ar* Miami Beach, and hat already the National Beauty Institute S;"" '. i
went down." chapel. rested them. begun his training of Cosmetology, :


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After Liston Fight. NAACP Uranches across the Christian Move- the principal sopakej. Wives of
nation report enthusiastic response The Alabama .
the Fighters will
headed be
Hu hes'"Fight Human Rights
Patterson Could Wind Up BankruptIf for to Freedom Langston" : the back by ment the for Rev, Fred L. Shuttle- especially to be held honored In the at .auditorium the dinner
finalized i
of the NAACP, a paper worth, Annual : of the 2 million dollar Gis-
edition that sells signments for the Sixth
pocket branchsaid ton Building headquarters
of the Southern for
California Convention
Tax Deal BackfiresCHICAGO The Delano the convention.
: "sold all our copies the Christian Leadership Conference
same day, didn't get a chance to scheduled to meet here Sept. 2o- Much speculation has arisen
(ANP) In The device was assigned to ourselves." from Birmingham being chosenas
spite of a contract that awards ease the tax burden on Patterson keep From any Madera for Calif., came. 28.SCLC's the site of the SCLC meet.
him 65 per cent of what is expected who would otherwise haveto "we think 'Fightfor Martin Luther King There has been some mild con
the ,
to be the largest pursein pay 00 percent tax on his response Freedom' Is the best and. headlines a galaxy of top namesin firmation that a major direct
all ring history, heavyweight entire purse estimated to run should he read by everyone." the civil rights movement action project Is in the hopper
champion Floyd Patterson as high as $2,500,000 or $3,000- Meanwhile, W. W. Law, president including Congressman Adam for this hard-core city. Dr. King
Powell and Jackie Rob
could find himself bankrupt of the Savannah, Ga., Clayton declined to comment except to
when he awakens the morningafter 000.But inson. Other nationally known "We this
branch received his first copy say expect to be our
hold There is catchto
his title fight with Sonny on. a ordered 500 personalities scheduled to appear most meaningful Convention.
it. There is
Liston on Sept. 25. no assurance are Dr. Whitney Young of
that the government will approve more. the National Urban League.
The bizarre possibility exists such a plan. At least it The Emporia, Kans., branch Wiley Branton formerly of Pine
besause while Patterson has hasn't: yet. "sold out our supply in 10 min.utes" Bluff, Ark. and now directorof Dugie's Guest HouseThe
arranged to be paid his share : and the the Voter Education Project
If the after an house of clean
government approvesthe : branch ordered 5,000 rooms
of the fight receipts over a Dr. William Stuart Nelsonof
period of 17 years Uncle Sam tax setup, all We well. But I office secretary sold 150 copiesin Howard University and Anne I Open 24 hours NE 4.3851
If the Internal Revenue brain and half.
demand his cut from the a day a Braden of the Southern Confer-
may Seeing is BelievingSee
trust decides against it Floydis The Montgomery County, Md.
whole Immediately. Educational Fund New
This purse would surely equal in for a payless night. branch ordered 1,000 copies andso ence Orleans. us for clean rooms

than one-seventh of what the story goes. Jamaica Dugie always
more Under the 17-year arrangement The four-day convention will a
he expects to get and could require Patterson is to receive be highlighted by the First An- friend
him to dig deep into that 55 percent of the net receiptsof To Tell The Truth nual Freedom Dinner with Hallof 2941 NW 47th St. Miami
savings he has to make up the : the fight, at Comiskey Park, Famer ,
Jackie Robinson
balance of the tax debt. and a $300,000 payment for ancillary Ily William Henry Huff for ANP as : INDF
When Patterson signed with rights. Then for the next If you want to be a failure -
Championship Sports, Inc., the 17 years he would receive 65 If you want to be a drone
promoter for the fight that is per cent of a minimum paymentof Drop out of school
predicted to gross $0 or $7,000- $100,000 plus interest annually Drop out of school
000 including closed circuit TV for ancillary rights.If SCHOOL SUPPLIESSchool
and radio rights, a clause was If you wish to be a dummy
written into the contract callIng the ancillary rights exceed Just a common woe begone
for the champion to be paid the guaranteed $2,000,000, then Drop out of school
over the 17 year period. Patterson's share would in Drop out of school I Bags Brief Cases Binders
crease. The plan was workedout
by attorneys for the pro- If you want to travel backward march- : Notebooks Pens PencilsYOU
While your friends are Paper -
moter and Patterson, and discussed
FLA. CITIZENS ; with government law. ing forward
GIVE MILLION $ yers. But there is nothing defi- Drop out of school I NAME IT WE HAVE IT
nite about its legality. The nor- Drop out of school.
TO CANCERA mal procedure is for taxes to
be paid at the close of the tax COMMUNITY DRUG
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tRC9t I People. I SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1962 PAGE 3
4 Employer to be

k Places. HonoredWho Edna Mae Floors Blonde

will be "Dade's Out.
standing Employer of the Handicapper '
Things. for 1962?"
In Pierside ScuffleNEW
This annual community contest
HY LAWRENCE BERT COOPERIn Is sponsored by Dade's

:>t JI..I1'.II .,jJ..II..II..ITJI IIIlIJTj.IT..IT..IT..I1'.I1'.JI".I1' ..ITJf4 chapter of the President's Committee .
on the Employment (.f YORK (ANP-The) Identified blonde, who reportedly -
In California they have a'I one of them Honest Joe used the Handicapped. Nominations: wife of former middleweight also had traveled to Ne'..,
fellow who is the counterpartof car dealers where you go when should be submitted In l letterform champion Sugar Ray Robinsonhas York from her home In Mteml
the Thief of Bagdad. He is you don't have enough down and limited to 200 word apparently taken over I-'la. to see Robinson off to l England
the Thief of Angeles. His nameis payment. We were on our way or less. All entries should be where her husband left off as : askedVho is! this h .
Maury Wills little Mercury to have the 'Chine Inspected. We postmarked before Sept. 23, and a knockout puncher.Mrs. with my nun: ?"
footed short stop of the Los parked across the street from mailed to the Employ the Physically FTnraged: Mr' *. P" 'n"on ,r, >v.
Angeles Dodgers. the Times office to let the Boss Handicapper Committee, Edna Mae Robinson the. oil in on the voluptuous Monde
know that we may be late 235 NW 3rd Ave., Miami. flambouyant ex-champ's estranged woman, feinted, and let go: witha
This 111 dirty rogue does his from lunch hour. As we sallied wife, floored a shapely looping right uppercut. She
nefarious deeds in plain sight forth for the testing station a The "Employer of the Year" blonde with a well timed right connected flattening the weman.
of thousands of witnesses who gendarme was putting a stick. award will be presented to the uppercut to the Jaw after the Then she and Ray's sister
applaud his deeds. er on the windshield for "no winner at the annual Awards: latter made an insulting remark Evelyn, grabbed the blonde 3ndpulled
Right now Maury has 90 valid sticker." We hopped over Dinner scheduled for Oct. 11, about her as Mrs. Rob. her from the pier; to awaiting
at the Everglades Hotel. inson was kissing her husband
bases tucked in his and tried to explain the situ. automobile.
away spec- .
ially added utility room. He has ation. But no dice! He said as I You may also nominate en goodbye here last week, witnesses
said. Then Mrs. Robinson whosechic
grasped it: "I can't help you.
six more to go before establishing tries for the following awards:
a new mark held by an You don't have a sticker andif They said that "the unsched size belles her fistic pro
other base stealing tycoon The you just bought it, let the Out standing Handicapped: uled bout occured (here) wess, returned to kissing h e r
Georgia Peach Ty Cobb. Looks seller pay your ticket. Worker of the Year. as Sugar Ray" was prepared to husband before he boarded the
[ liner for the trip to England.Mrs. .
board the s.s. queen Elizabeth
like "Georgia oy" is bea
has been after this We thought that was being Outstanding: Handicapped for a cruise to England and his
season, hard and wanted to lace Robinson's presence at
on us Employer of the Year. sheduled bout In London with
and a new monarch will reign. the police dept. out especially British middleweight champion the pier and her willingness to
Volunteer Worker
because we thingsgo Outstanding fight for her man raised speculation
many Downs.
Being a national league root. Terry
for the Employment of the
that the couple, estranged -
er and a stomp down Dodger on where a cop was neces .
fan with Willie Mays and his sary but they were no where to Handicapped.with According to the report Mrs. I now for almost a year may
crew running as second choice be found. They are demons, we Robinson, who had accompanied reconcile their differences .
thought citationsfor I her husband to the pier, : The dockside fisticuffs
we more so now want the Dodgers on giving you was I may
to the pennant minor traffic violations and two occupants. Styles Immediately kissing:: him goodbye nt dockside also have given RoMnson inspiration
cop so we
get a glimpse of Maury scooting you off to Jail for be. hopped Into his car when she heard the un- for his bout with Downs.

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To our way of looking at it,
the side but the
the Candle Stick Park inmates on 62nd St. and 17th Ave. Before culprits es
have a more compact team than I we got 30 feet a cop was I ca Wednesday DR. MURRAY RADIN
the Giants .Their pitching staff on our neck. Oh, oh, we thought a police apprached -
is more solid than the Giants here's another ticket! The fel Reeves and told him he was ANNOUNCES TIIK OPENING OF HIS
driving stolen and da-
low was so darn nice! lie ex- car
and the bench strength Is far
manded of
proof ownership. Taken
plained that we were a little
better than last semester. There NEW CLINICAt
aback Reeves showed
too far away from the light
is power aplenty in Tommy Da.
titles etc. Upon questioning, he
when it changed to make left
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next time, we could get hurt. was stolen, obviously the
Of course the Giants .
are no thief had swapped license General Practice X-Ray
Pretty decent
police force
patsies when it comes to we
power, with
plates another car. We are
have at 10 percent of ""em!
but three
only can really match quite sure Heeves didn't
the power of the Dodgers: Mays \VK ION'TS'NT to run this a tag for his wagon! pilfer! Open dally 0 n.m. to 8 p.m. Hunriay 10 a.m. to 12 noon
Cepeda and Alou are the consis thesis on cops and cars into the I

tent hitters. The Giants are nota ground, but we Just had to }[.J.lrJ'JUr.a.lrJrMJ.r.JrJrJr.ir.x.
running team. The Dodgers mention this:
are Speed on the base paths A couple of weeks ago Garth Neatly Furnished
can turn a seemingly lost cause Reeves' station wagon was ROOMS
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!Member of the Associated Negro '
Member ot the National Newspaper Publishers Association, MEWSWEAR

ttnteteil: as Second Clms Matter, August 0, 1027, at the Post Officeat .
!Miami Tlorlda, under the act of March 3, 1876 .. '
944 NW 2nd Avenue :
"( lmJo OP Tar NEononESS"
believes that America onn best lea the world
THE from racial NEGRO and PRESS national antagonisms when" It accords to every manregardless OUTSTANDING Officer Of The I Exclusive Men's Wear, from the top of your head to

of rare, color or creed, his human and legal; righto. Hating Month Officer Roosevelt the tip of your toes including
nc man, fearing/ no nvnn-the Negro; Press strives to help every man Tremble member of the local
Is held a Hats Shoes Shirts Suits Trousers of
In the firm belief that all men ate hurt as long as anyone police force, was cited for beIng s Caps
back. the outstanding officer for Styles and quality at popular prices
the month of August.
coveted award by the staff of "
September 2nd a new Roman Catholic Churchwas his superior officers, for out
dedicated in Richmond Heights, one of our fastest standing service during the .

growing residential districts. A mixed congregation' of month. The Town' Talk 3T"

more than 300 was 'present.The Recognition of Tremble's
daily good work and a list of'' Amateur Nite '
delivered the Rev. Fr. rt .
sermon was by his accomplishments by Lt. J. t
Anglim, 'pastor of the Catholic Church in Perrine. Mallock of the police force, was j" :1:1I
the basis for the choice of him Every Thurs. ; :
The dedicatory' address was delivered by the Most for the award.
Rev. Archbishop Coleman F. Carroll of Miami.In I
Tremble's August activities "MODERNTHEATRE
his address the Archbishop said : Included: the arrest of subjects

"The priests who advised me agreed that there was wanted, for ranging eight from separate armed felonies ., wZ

a need for a new parish in this area of Dade County. robbery to assault to commit a Gd ,.
murder on a police officer. yy
"This is now your parish and as long as you live in z. t
this ''area' you will have an obligation to it and. will be a A check of his personal file BOBBY'" 4
disclosed the fact that soon af
member' of it. The Bishop of Miami or any pastor, cannot ter he joined the force in July, MARSHALL
permit you to become a member of any other parish. 1954, Tremble was commendedfor
And when a school is built, your children will attend the his alertness. His good Your Host and M.C.
school which serves the area in which you live. They will work in September of the same
year in apprehending two narcotics -
Weekly Jackpot
not be accepted at any other parochial' school while thereis violators, and his bravery
a school serving this area. You have obligation' to in rescuing an occupant James Williams and ;
God to support the parish in which you live. from a burning building in December L
of the same year, are The Twisters .

"This dedication .ceremony has special significance, recorded during his rookie .- ETg. l.l.I.I.I.I.T.g.VK.I.g.K.K.1.1.1
for you have' made a clean break from a long standing year.
tradition which has been intolerable from the beginning. Each year since that time
and as your Bishop I could not in conscience permit sucha there have been notations cf WOULD YOU LIKE BEAUTIFUL HAIR?
either his bravery
tradition to continue. Members of a parish must work I soning which led or to apprehen rea

together. regardless of race or color. May you set an example lion of suspects.
for the rest of the Diocese, to follow." Tremble's and investigative ability 100% Human Hair WIG| 5

prosecuting testimony
In our opinion the Archbishop's address deservesmore have been commended by the
than passing interest. He was speaking to an integrated ;State Attorney's office as well p, f
congregation( and didl' so in language. that could ,as narcotics.the State Tremble's Agent in chargeof super-

not be 'misunderstood ior officers said: "It was a plea- Large
sure to present him, popularly .. w
"Members must work together regardless of known I A t '
race or as "Cochise, with the Selections
color. May you set an example for the rest of the Diocese" $50 gift certificate which is Popular ?
given each month by an anony. While they
When such 'lain authority speaks 'there is sure to come ,mous donor. : Prices '

some good results ana even more respect, for +ithe speakereven Last
from those whose views might not ,be the same an ,
the speaker's. NEW CBS HOMES

While, many authorities, religious and otherwise, Central' Air Conditioningand heat

have spoken out on Integration, far too many have stoodon 2271 NW 63rdl St; CALL EVELYN TYNES
the border line wondering whether 'to cross over or
not. They are non-committal. There are others who take
the opposite views.! But that is life, at least' it is the present 1-5 Sat. and Sun.<
or ail for 2455 NW 159th Street
way of life. What the future holds in store remainsto SCHAFFNER appointment nt
be seen. HOMESAdvertise Opn-Iockn, Flak

We believe that some day !the hearts of people like NE 41863Open PHONE NA 1-0470

those in Albany, Ga. and New Orleans and' other places

who burn crosses and churches will be changed and that I:

they will realize that such acts are displeasing not only It Pays! Try A Miami Times Classified Ad

to mankind, but also to our Heavenly Father who madeus _
all and loves us all. I['YIT'ft''YI'm'' 'Il"1 \.\Llit.\l.I'I.\.lI''ICn rt ](Ilmcrnmnm.nmmn........__________m______ -

I Ushers Celebrate I I I Atlas Lodge to BETTER USED CARS FOR YOUR $ $

30th Anniversary"I
know that my Redeemer Present Revolving NO CAR OVER $695.00
lives, and ever prays for me; TrophyThe
a token of His love He gives, a

pledge of liberty," 1962 football 1956 Buick Hardtop $695 .... . .. down
Sunday, Sept. 16 will mark season is of '. $145
30 years since the Ushers' : fcially opened. 1956 Olds Hardtop.: . 695 ....
Union Association has been in . . 145 down
To give It'a real kick off

existence.We will. celebrate our anniversary start the Improved the Atlas Benevolent Lodge No. 308:and of 1955 Buick Hardtop, . 595 .... . .: ;. . 95 down
at St. Matthews Baptist Protective Order of Elks of 1955 Olds i
and Church 4th, court.A 17th .St., between 3rd the World with the Exalted Hardtop . 595 . /a.J".. ,, 95. down
Ruler, Louis F. Duty, will ,
: pass

been timely arranged and spicy for your programhas en. the Time football 8 p.m: out Sept.on 14 the at field.the 1956 Plymouth Savoy $595 . . ,, .. . .... 95 down

tertainment. There'will be Miami" Stadium. OVER 60 CARS TO
preachers from various churches CHOOSE FROM WE FINANCE! OUR OWN CARS
including Rev. it.; V. Stuart of This lodge will be sponsoringa WV positively
St. Mary's W. M. Church; Rev.I. beautiful Revolving Trophy guarantee our car. for 30 day. or 1,000 miles
C. Mlcklns, Mt. Olivette; Rev, to the City Championship team.
Ferguson of Tempe and many So may God's blessings go with! ,
others. Various churches will COUNTRY
represent themselves. The public } you.The lodge Is ,planning tq BOY CAR LOT
is invited to attend The have' their ,Grand Lodge Con-
time of program Is 3 p.m. vention here in 1961. All effortsare 4600
for the after- aimed.'towar U enlarging '. N.W,17th Avenue
;Guest speaker being : Phone 635. 554
noon v111 be a ,surprise. .,You their'present1 home, '829'. '- ,. J _
will have to some and see N16tb' Terr. '
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'ji7ijz I SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1962 'PAGE 5
THE I WEEK Mr. and Mrft I
: helped to build. OZO A R. SHELL, assocBe-
Prince H. Sr. 19H ..
Farrington I n do ,
:" NW 'HHthisL .OpaJoqka, T h Q ::-in ihe/ffftfsiifdit) world ate teun npr :

'l'llA'J.o year u9J2 : i-bng.jlw; ejriem'ber c' RlVqxiIJ., *FARRINGTON Jr., ratuh) islf'. "
IP J:'a !!'If', dsnkthjftvifg| of $ts couple]! ((1 Kentucky Sfaler',0bllege: !) owner t f rJ .
Thl +;'paflinulai I ; yearntarKcd* .T'i Wash-O-Mats' In various \
Tina TOW
.. hi., : ,:! the JaeglffrUng) M- the
> parts of the city. lIe i an active
CAREY returnedto
Ry RUTH N. POLJTE foundation, of arn mlly closely of St. John Inst. ,
.,,d ,, n member the cIty last week at\c\ having -
:,"t(1 )h i of I )H knitted unit which has borne Baptist .Church; and; the. Young ,
spent a delightful _um.merwith

f SCRAPBOOK; GPvDfS.; !-fetptcin -er,*the-month; 'immortalized' $i ii I!i"goodvirult'Vlh of their cht1 lren the. In development. turn they years Businessmen's he has been Club a;."police'For nine officer I .her She daughter I looks, better Leola! than Robinson

have wpven the talents, gifts, Owner of the 27th'.Avenue
song, means many.thing 'to many.people. Some see It as the half1- and attributes into the fattrlc Fish and Poultry Market and ever the. Beaming with pride

\ way.polnj.jbetwejgn May and Decemberjvhen one Is too old for of the \ : daughter, Helen Illggs, has

,I. youth long?awaited and too.,vacation.young,for"old, ?. .ages.,To? .2thers..1 It* Is..the mcmth"of JLMfc 1.Si .the i I op.their, parents V: helped V: ".,; to devel ALONZA( York"AP City FARRINGTONNew College), business Circles made:: In Mrs.Virginia VICTORIA educational& HIGGS

After having settled here administration.' He Is active
.. came home after a restful
"i. <: r i the In' the affairs of St. John
To the yourig" i It; means the freedom of summer; :has ended and, Identified Farrlngtotts themselves immediately with the Church. JAMES BERLIN HARRINGTON summer. Helen Is leaching at

1 It's 1 Mack" to school: for ten lbn 'yet short months. To high school'I religious, civic and cultural and (Bethune-Cookman the Hampton Nongraded Institute, Laboratory and heads

graduates, It means a new life, the life of college. For these, Sep economic growth of organizations College) also a police officer, Scool there Mrs. LACE
tember brings a touch of' sadness', for it means leaving behind all which were dedicated to has been a part of Miami's Finest DRAYTONd was elated over the
the precepts of progress. Eben- for seven years. His! church
visit of her sister whom she
the familiar things and people, suffered defeat, for It is throughour ezer M. E.' Church holds In high affiliation Is that of his brothers had not In .
and adapting to new situations. that we many
Septembers grow regard this family as illustrious CLAUDE I. FARRINGTON Is
registered at
Some do not have the fortitudeto when one "increases in wisdom pillars and pioneers In its de. (Tenn State College) a Clinical Univ. Hospital a in Los nurse Angeles.
make the change, to meet I in stature, and in favor
I| ; velopment. Because of the location Psychologist Is now serving in Many will remember her as tne
the challenge. For them Sep I I I with God and man." of their present home the Army at Ft. Bragg. Airs. charming LAURA LEE ,
tember is a time of sadness, a site, they arc active membersof ELIZABETH "Liz" KNAGGS Word came to us that Mrs WILLIE
month of mockery, a symbol of | A HEART PULL.of Thanksto Mt. Pleasant M. E. Church mOpalocka. (FAMU) teaches at Floral MAE HEAST1E and Mrs.
defeat. i It is I Heights Elem. Mrs. SYBIL
said of the
all of you for the'notes, let' DOROTHY BAKER are ill Do)
,In lives Farringtons that they are first FAUQUHARSON (FAMUi was and get well Fr.
our our pinpoints in ters, telegrams, cablegrams, hurry
of all good Christians. the teacher of music at Phyllis
eternity, we are faced with telephone calls about. this
not only fulfill financial obligations Wheatley Elem. for a numberof
business with pleasure for a
'many Septembers challenges column. Especially pleased
many church but ,, but 1/ cause of health
to yeans
do .
the many much needed rest: on the I island
and it is up to each of I to know that you like
good deeds in the reasons, Is now a teacher of
us to see that our Septembers Items "Family Portrait of The community In of the pink pearls: Nas
grade two the school.
without publicity or fanfare. same
and sau N. P..
become moments of Week. Suggestions news ,
victory They are persons of quiet dignity She Is a member of Zeta Phi .
when we can say "I HAVE are gladly welcomed. Please and great spiritual force. Meta Sorority, Inc. Mrs. Knagys Little VAUGHN and KEVIN
MET THE CHALLENGE"and contact me at 16301 NW 19th and Mrs. Farquharson are I ROACH are having load: of fu I
be proud that we have not Ave., Opa-locka CO, Florida. Their home was blessed by members of Mt. Pleasant C. M. I with their daddy, THEODORE,
eight children. Two died In early Church In Opa-locka. who Is home on furlough. Be.
Infancy. In every Instance To this worthy family who I tween teaching chores at Floral
Leotha Sands Weds' they put the welfare of their pioneered In the developmentof Heights Elem and home du.
children above personal ambi I the growth of the area, then ties, mother, CHRISTELL I.t Is
tion. Mr. Farrlngton, profes gave to the community six good joining the fun too Mrs.
I sional maitre'd and chef of the citizens who have distinguished CHARLENE LOP10Z received

Theodore R. HarrellMr first magnitude of whose ser themselves as such, w;* congratulate I the B. A. degree at FAMU at
vices required his traveling you and present you the close of the summer :session I
across the length and bVeadth a bouquet of hibiscuses. The new addition to the
; and Mrs. Theodore Roose ney, Maud Newbold, Beverly of this country for long periodsof HENRY CRISPIN INGUA-
velt Harrell (Leotha Diana Nixon and Marilyn Sweeting.; time, gives praise and credit HAM's household is their
Sands) were, married on last They wore organza dresses with to his beloved wife for the bouncing young son Henry C.,
Sunday, Sept. 2 at 4 o'clock at matching taffeta slips in blue, guidance and devotion which WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN I IV The JOSEPH LEON::;
Mt. Zion Baptist Church. The lavender, apricot, pink yellow helped to develop their child EDUCATION. Listed In VolumeXX are enjoying their addition to
Rev. Edward, T. Graham, pastor and mint green Their head ren Into being the kind of citizens 1961.62 are Miss MARGARET their family It's a boy! Con
read the service for the veils, bows, accessories and dolls they had planned. Today J. GILKEY, director of gratulations to both famllllei !
double-ring ceremony. Palms were of matching color. All attendants they occupy places of leader. guidance service; ; Jackie Robinson's mother, Mrs.
and baskets of mixed white wore pearl button earrings ship in the religious, civic, fraternal Mrs. DOROTHY W, EDWARD, MALLIE ROBINSON of Pasadena -
flowers formed the background. gifts of the bride. business and professional assistant principal of guidance, Cal! Is the house guofjt!
Organist was Willie Williams, Flower girls were Stephanie life of the Magic City, the Northwestern Senior High, for '
vocalist. Arthur Kin& baritone. Francis, Jennifer Yvette Sands town their now retired parents mer Dade County instructor, I Continued on page 16

(sister of the bride) and Alice
Hodvia Haxton. They wore
white lace-trimmed dresses of
organza and taffeta in shades of >4r 1 1.

I aqua, pink and yellow. Their
I accessories were white as' were :
their flower baskets Wilfred
Johnson wearing white linen
I suit, carried the two wedding
I rings on a heart-shaped white
lace-covered pillow /
Among social events proceeding
the wedding were a Mlscel-
aneous Shower given by the
bride's attendants and a Bachelor M
Dinner given by the Best -
x' The wedding reception was
held Immediately following the
ceremonies at the Carver
Branch YMCA with Kate Smith PA.Afi4tJJT
cateress providing' ,the service.A ay"v wmn C k.aY
large four-tiered wedding
..- ,. ..-. cake decorated with pink and
white frosting was placed on
4 The bride, given in marriage the bride's talfle attractively
+4 M'
by her father was enchanting
formal decorated with white gladiolus,
in a of Dior-styl white( some 200 people} enjoyed the re $
ed wedding gown freshments.The :
chantllly lace. The fitted bodice at- f 4
with long sleeves, and a modified tire. His groom Best Man was Charles '59 BUICK $900'ba
neckline outlined
Sweetheart Ushers included James
in at pearls the hack and sequins with tiny fastened Davis, Daniel Evans, Courtney teettp '58 PONTIAC' ,,,,,,,, 8.00 aa

I<. *** peau de sole covered of the buttons.same material A Knowles(brother, Arlington of the bride Sands). Willie, Jr., Ywe eta f '58 LINCOLN .. ....,,, 8.00

curved to accentuate the Smith and Ulysses White. Mrs. '
Denson Harris former ud 58 BUICK 8.00
Dorothy ,
high bosom had a self rose at ea11
I the left side. The bouffant skirt instructor of the bride, directedthe : 5 '58 W 't; ,'
was constructed of four tiers of wedding. 1y ., ,.... 7.00
three of which had the Out-of-town guests were Daisy
i scalloped lace edges outlined in se- Harris, social worker from ,, i '58 CHEVY ........ 7.00 L '

quins. The ruffled button lace New York City, cousin of the '
57 OLDS ..,. 6.00
tier fanned out to meet the back bride Bertha Smith, Washington r .
form a court train. A b.c. Staff Sgt. Silas liar- '
panel to ; 'S'7 '
p 57 BUICK ..,. 6.00
full three-quarter length veil of rell, and Mrs. Harrell and J+,
double French Illusion net was daughter, Ft. Meade; Mrs. ,Jim- 4aia !AC '57 PONTIAC .... ... 4.00
held to the beautifully King- mie Harrell, Mrs. Annie Jones
styled coiffure by a small pearl grandmother of the groom, oralMrs. 14o p iatfo 4 '57 MERCURY 4.00s

I and sequin Princess cap. An Katherine Edwards, Jack. U t '56 OLDS 3.00
orchid bouquet was held by a sonvllle. From Nassau, Mes- e Ile ..
bridal doll carried by the dames Kingsley Wilson, Wllhel- k'q r ri y t

bride. A strand of tiny pearls, mina Dillard and Agnes Clark, 30,98 kx; .ir Y ,u, IMd ,y b,
gift of the groom and pearl and aunts of the bride; Marina Finder
rhinestone Uutton earrings Louise Gibson and Kings-
comprised the bride's Jewelry. ley Clark cousin of the bride.
Matron of honor was Mrs. The new Mrs. Harrell Is the SI0'gT
Reddick Haxton (Joy Evans) daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ar '
who wore white organza over lington Sands Sr. She was a very -
pink taffeta. The dress was popular graduate 'of Booker 1'. Of1J
made with a iceorwithl skirt, Washington High School where rose
moulded scoop she was active In' various organization
circular and cap whiteenetlwas !!. After attending
veil of she
Alabama State College,
held by a flat bow of pink satin returned to Miami where she Is
fetta. She wore white white associated with her father In
pumps, opera length business. Mr. Harrell is the son
gloves and carried a of Mrs. Katherine Edwards and
uoll. the late Silas Harrell Sr. lie Is

i attendants were Mrs.r employed locally. The couple

r'; *> ; Daniel, Pride's Evans (Shirley Davis), will reside at 1650 NW 2nd Ave. 0
In At
Mrs. Thomas Brown Jr. (Julie after a honeymoon spent

Adams), and Paulette McKin- lanta. .

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Good thru 15th Welter's AG Store
NEVER CLOSED Prices September Only
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Cube Steak Ib 79 Fryers FLORIDA GRADE 'A' Ib 291

Pork Steak Ib 490 Turkey Necks 191 LB

Chops Ib 590 White Tuna 3 for $1

Ib 390 Beef 450

Apples 3 Ib 39
Yams With$5.00 Order 3 for 590
Tree RipenedBananas Peaches 5 for $1.00 LemonadeGrapeade

303 DEL MONTE EARLYGarden Orangeade

3 Ibs 29* Peas 5,for $1 L Half 19C Gallon

: We Cash Payroll Checks $ Cold Beer At
All Times
I Open 24 Hours A Day I
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303 DEL MONTESpinach
Pears 4 for $1.00 6 for $1.00

I Fruit Cocktail 5 for $1.00I Hawaiian Punch 3 for $1Grape
I I 303 DEL CUT 18 OZ KRAFT v -
)i Green Beans 5 for $1.00 Jelly 18 oz. 291
.I: J' Cream Corn 5 for $1.00 AJAX Cleanser_ ..2 for 250
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.The Itt. Rev Bernard :Markham lawyers Cecil Whitfield< and
Yanks Sign OutfielderFor was consecrated Bishop of Colin Cullender. They were admitted .
the Anglican Church on Sept to the Bahamian Bar by
I 2 at St. George's Cathedral, Acting Chief Justice lion. J. I'.
British Guiana l-y the Rt. Rev. Scarr on Aug 2i '
$10,000 BonusNEW John Knight, Archbishop of Lawyer Cullender 1* the son
the West Indies. of W. E. A. Calendar, a member
Bishop Markham arrived 00'' of the Bahamas Bar and
YORK ,(ANP)-The Shamberger played high Y Sept. 5th and will be enthroned the grand&n; of the late W, E.
New York Yankees last weel school baseball in Asheboro and as bishop of the Diocese at S. Cullender. 1C.. 1.
announced the signing of Ceci"Flash" in amateur competition in the Christ: Church Cathedral Sun lie was. presented bY', : the'
Shamberger a speedy, Philadelphia area. lay, Sept. 0 at 5 a.m. lion. Eugene Dupuch. .' ,
19-year-old left handed hitting Lawyer Whitfield, was pre
out fielder to a bonus contract Rental. by member of the, Bar
estimated at $10,000. NHS Football Games T\\enty-two Cuban fisher Pindling.
man found poaching in Baha
Signed to a 1963 contract bj mian waters near Ragged Island .
scouts Frank O'Ruke and Bill Friday Nights on August 12 were triedon The Hon. Gerald Cash w h o
Yancey, Shamlterger, a native of Dean Fires For August 22 in Magistrate represented the Bahamas at
Asheboro N.C., was assigned Northwestern plays Carver Charles Barnwcll's Court, pleaded the Independence celebration
to Fort Lauderdale in the ClassC High School of Coconut Grovein Bombers SaturdayLooking guilty, and were fined $70 of Jamaica also representedthe
Florida State League. the Miami Stadium, Friday each. The five boats seized are colony on August 30 when
night 8 p.m. as its football down the cannon being held whether they will Trinidad and Tobago celebrated
I barrel of the Miami Bomher'sMiami's be released or not will be decided their Independence.
game of the year. All students foot
new professional later.Nassau's.
Buuche Lanes rust obtain their tickets at the ball team as former All-Amerl- James Rolle 19 and his
chool else the adult
or pay Elvin Dean
can quarterback first drive-in theatreis brother Edison sons of Mr.
:.ee at the gate. No student tickets sets to fire one. The 201, 6-0.( in the making. Tryon D'Ar+* and Mrs. Alfred Rolle, will en.
will be sold at the stadium.
News -\.4 one of the finest passers in Fla, I yule, chairman of the Twilight ter the Artistic Institute of
This is a Dade County policy college history and a star in Enterprise announced that cent Chicago this month for a four.I .
four consecutive Orange Blossom struction will begin in OctoUer, I year art course.
Classics will be coach and should be ready for open These young men worked in
Another first Felge Five met Sunday and made plans for Chuck Klein's field general in ing in December. It will be air- the pottery business for a while
and Astor Tile two outstanding the winter season. If you are the Bomber's game Saturday conditioned and free parking then took up sign painting and
bowling teams of Miami will interested inquire at your fav. night, Sept. 15 In the OrangQ will be provided for 530 cars. portraits. They have now de.
have a match game at Bunchc orite bowling lanes for. further Howl, Miami. Nassau boasts of two more tided to become artists.
Lanes this Sunday at 2 p.m. li information. .
you have never seen a match
game here is your chance.
R : U I y;f.*, > n
Freeway Handicap League !;
got off to a flying start at their
last meeting. Walter Bowe was
reelected president and Theo "
lore Blue was re-elected secre ; brewed
tary. They meet Thursday at 8 )" r

Remember free personal instruction for that
at Bunche Lanes. Call \\ v K
624-1433 or apply at the front
desk for an appointment. Learnto
structors.bowl with experienced In wonderfuwork : : r

Our Friday night mixed
doubles League is just about .
organized. We need a few
couples to complete it. Say ;
fellows Wring your date, and r I
husbands bring your wives and of
join. Lots of fun in store for

you. Cambridge the day

desk clerk; took the Civil Ser
vice examination last week. She
says, "I am not putting all my :
in basket..' / #
eggs one l : .t b t IJ'I
: I tI
Bobby Hall and Lewis Hamil
ton, the operators of the snack I :
bar are also real enthusiastic $
bowlers. Everybody bowls at { V ru
Bunche Lanes. ti
1 v vc vl
Blanche Calloway, our public l ry
relations director, rolled a 162 r
) last week. This was her highest ir ? )
since she has been bowling.
Quite an emprovement since at. I
tending Ladies Tuesday Nlte
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bowler if you try. Girls I'll
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Boys and Girls in school,
here's a special rate for you.
25 cents a game and your shoes
for 10 cents. After school come
in and bowl.

Shirley Blando, our manager'swife
and a fine bowler In her
own right volunteers her ser 1 I
' vices on Tuesday nights and BREWED FOR THAT WONDERFUL
helps instruct the many ladies WORLD OPLB8UR8
'I aspiring to raise ,their averages

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Personal Mention Knights of PythiasTo 09th court, Perrine. Pose: Shar.
I rpn Court No. 23 will'be' Your
PAGE.8' SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER. 15, 1962 Magnolia Hospital and Clinic all Lodge members 32 are of asked faith to be of Jiost. Mrs. Mallssla, Harris \is
"F the Worthy Counselor
of Dr
i r i will
-.fF ,,,, Gardner and Dr. Paul present Tuesday, Sept. 1, 7:30: see you ,6t the tea.; .{'
,4A'#i04'.rr4 r i r444 : Ver impor tnt I businessby '
ifl'044Srrrr p.m.
-4'krL iri!*O i Sir Befi
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Classman, -. _'J -* 1 'Commlm- ? d.; Sir
your Gl-Downs .
Bdwns. R. ,
"j secretary;
'/\\ I.'' \ t der Sir n. C. Sir Walter ..
LOOKING THE ,. .,". Edgar: Smith 'p'; Detroit Is L. Hello! Chancellor Com
visaing In the city. Mr. Smith is mander, of Gleam of Hop No. FOR RENT
the brother oft. Mrs. R u' t h 18 Is ,asking the members: of
SPORTS WORLD OVER I Twiggs, Mrs Blrda" Matthews that lodge be present Thursday, LOVELY house, $20 .per week
and Mrs. Nettle Robinson of Sept. 20 at 8 p.m. Will sell to high class people
West Palm Beach The Deputy of Dade County $50 down, balance weekly. Can
By LEO B., ARMBRISTER Is asking all Knights and Cal. I I pay the down payment weekly.
/,1 lanthcs attend a tea Sunday N E 55566.

.... o.-.,>Si '-#_...44SnL4S 'Sn44'9x.3' 44.tib jO"'.t;.V4j B< ars. will,he Bill Clarington, a --- - -
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270-lb. right tackle from FAMU;

Fans Fight With Words Jimmy back from Stringer U. of, 170 Missouri right,half Bill r

i Barber 204, left 'end, FAMUtwho' LI&CITYDRIVE
I \ was a sensation the Canadian
Bob Wooden
league; '
from Denver Broncos, formerlyof

For Patterson And Liston UCLA, IN' THEA THE

The elimination of the end

The count down has begunfor 1 est addition to bowling fun,I zones and the nonsegregated I
the F-Hour of the Listen- going full swing; bowling has seating policy should make thisa ox 1.7959 22nd Ave and 69th St.

Patterson The curiosity explosion.of millions will taken ion to on more a new and different tempo; invita-lanes the very thousands enjoyable who evening like top for --- ...............,...,. -- .........- -,

be satisfied this night of Sept. has done great In building enthusiasm -I rated football. North's Travel I II FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
in old bowlers and introduced -
25 when these two pugilistic convenient location is
force: meet toe to toe to slug a new h a v e n of a Bureai good place to obtain tickets: I' 2 BIG HITS IN COLOR
recreation for the new comers. I
out a decision, which has raised
the lid of the controversy pot, Sharpening up their techniqueat ? .
the world over. the Pin Land In the past f
Fight fans pro and con have week, creditable games were Open Sunday 1 to 5 p.m.
argued the abilities and inabilities rolled by "Pop" Taylor 243; 'flU\N\ LADD-ERNEST BORGNINE
of both of these prominent James Mitchum 214; Bessie! v ;
fight characters, giving opinions Richburg 246, and Leo Arm 3 Bedroom ll/2 Bath JHEBADLBNDERS
that Liston, who can hit brister 253.EXCELSIOR. ,
harder than an Alabama mule c.......KATY JURACO,CLAIRE KELLYIN
can kick, has only to connect LEAGUE CBS CINEMASCOPE AND METROCOLOR
with one of his powerful wal STARTS TIIIIU) SEASON::
lops to land Patterson: into The Excelsior league openedits SHOWN AT7:10
oblivion. Bouncing back in fa. ; third season this week at $400; down $77.98 month
vor of Patterson, fans see the the Mi Lanes. These ten teams:
champ, who is admittedly very form the hard-core of bowling NO CLOSING COSTS
poised in the ring and more ofa in Miami, and is out to give an .\
scientific operator than Lis- even greater performance in the M G M pnsenb I IAi
1841 NW 47lh St. This 'Is
ton/ using his experience gainedin art of competitive howling/ than a very
former big contests to out In previous seasons. good buy. Total price only GBRIGIDA ;. ._
kitchen anddining ,
pavvy the challenger and retain Their goal is to make their $10.100.I'y large :
room, carport, JULIE HAD
his garage
crown. felt in the ANTHONY
presence coming city '::"
city water, sidewalks, good location '
To stick a neck out, LookingThe tournament, which is one of to school, bus and shop FRANCIOSA IEVERYTHING .
the highlights of the local
Sports Over swings bowling ping. See Mr. Chris and let him
with the champ. A pre analysisof season. show how this ERNEST {;:j:% :"?
the fight gives us ths opinion you you can own .. '
lovely home. BORGNINE :: OF SHAME!
that Liston will be endeavoring IN ; : : _
AWAY ; : :
to knock the championout BOMBERS TO PLAY Phone MU 1.6031 "Aft .... ,; : : AN ARCOLA PRODUCTION
and will become little uv ......ED btlf.i: k: :;);:;;
a While the University of Mimi ." :; ,,: ;: C'NfMASCOPlwoii '
wild and careless,, which is a Hurricanes journey to ; : METROCOlOR
situation that cannot afford to Pittsburgh to play before the Nights MU 1.7740 : ?t
exist with Patterson, who hasa nation's TV cameras, the Miami
canny instinct of taking advantage Bombers, Miami's gift to the DICK BROOKS, Realtor SHOWN AT 9:00
of all the laxieties of pro ranks, will engage the Jack-
his opponents. sonville Bears to try and even
the series in, the Orange Bowl r 'WALT DISNEY
Saturday night.
PGA Save a Life ......
Negroes who will be throw-
The Par and Birdie Club, at !ng their weight around to aid
its recent monthly meeting I he Bombers in stopping the Drive Carefully!
was ,enthusiastic over its plans
for hosting the UGA Tournament ,
here next year. D

Miami, with its most favor. I o
able accommodations, ,is rated :
high on all golfers list for this i 1' I TECHNICOLOR Wr/MN0Ygfl0ilYMM0.Y1/ olingloM9pss'
spectacular event, and the Par 1 n
and Birdie Club h
;s resolved
to give its all in making this SHOWN AT 10:30

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in the mind ot tin hun
dreds of golfers who will STARTS SUNDAY
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I OMEGAS MOVING FORWARD During the month of April, ; '

Sigma Alpha Chapter will host
Sigma Alpha Chapter, Omega
Psi Phi the Seventh District Meetingof
fraternity Is on Its way
Steward's Day toward a banner year as more the Omega Psi Phi fraternity.
than forty members turned out Omega men, both graduatesand
At TrinityThe for the first meeting .of the undergraduates are look-
year. ing forward to meeting
because of the trend toward
first annual Steward'sDay Although this! fraternity I high levels of scholarship, man-
at Trinity CMET Church will places its emphasis on quality hood, perseverance and uplitt.
be observed on Sunday, Sept. rather than large membership,
16. Bro. Joshua Wells, chairmanof the high spirit and enthusiasm If this local chapter con- i
the Steward's Board is work. exemplified by members present tinues to uphold its standardsand
Ing dilligently In preparing an out Its
showed a remarkable rededication carry objectivesfor
outstanding program. to the cardinal 'principles this year, they will with.
of this organization.The out doubt, host one of the most GLORIA"LYNNE
Sunday at 4:30 will !
: p m. a tea significant meetings of the sev
l/j sponsored In behalf of the local graduate chapter of cnth district. Congratulationsto
And The Earl ,Mays Trio
observance. Lester C. Albert Omega has revamped Its program Its leaders, Dr. Edward Bray-
will be the speaker. The Eben- so that its members may non and Terry Parker the basi- FIRST TIME IN MIAMIPLUS
ezer Chorus will provide music. participate In organized projects leus and vice basileus as well
are Intended to better the as other officers and committee
community as well as offer an leaders who are working :-
Theater Tickets opportunity for continued uplift diligently for the success of
: among its members. this organization.

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brisk advance sale of tic. +
kets for the live telecast of LOVELY HOMES OPEN Home : :
Sept. 25 Floyd Patterson-Sonny
Liston heavyweight title boutat '
the Capitol Theatre was Low, Low Down Payments ,
reported today by theater manager .

Mr. Brower said that he has 1016 NW 43rd StreetPool .t IuP t
already sold most of the thea t'M
tre's reserved seats for the Yes sir, be.jt the heat!! Lovely CBS home with Effie *S
bout which promises to be one huge Fla. room,. garage, a, large 'filtered pool. Only
of the ,
weight battles most exciting In years.heavy.Ringside $450 total down payment. No extra. Hurry'! Will be P"'
seats in the Chicago Stadium sold today. $15,000 total price.; ThrockbottomA
are priced at $100 but local
fans may view the larger. -e -
than-life-size action on the how ..topperYou'll
theatre screen for only $5.55. 1364 NW 44th Street i
love himAdmission '
There will be no home tele- $350 total down payment buys a sweetheart of a d 1r1: .
vision of the bout which marks home. Hardwood floors. Carpet, Fla. room, spotless ,
Patterson's eighth defense of inside. $10,800 total price.
the title he won originally
from..Archie Moore In 1956 and -0 ---

regained: from Ingemar Jonan-' :,1355 NW 44th 'Street : Adv. $2.50 Door $3.00
sson In 10GO..
$63 per month. Yes $63 per month! Lovely CBS ,.".. -- -- "

\ Championship The title bout Sports.Is promoted Inc. ,and by home, 'hardwood floors, best area, $11,000, $500 COMING -+- COMING

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I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA If: Fine ArtsConservatory day, Sept. 14th from 10 to 1 p.m.

-I 1- Ruth Greenfield, founder-di
rector, requests everyone
BROWARDCOUNTY llth SeasonThe come to or call In ((757-1351))

the Conservatory this Saturdayso
:Fine Arts Conservatory that the staff can arrangethe
begins its 11th season of quality classes and schedules for
teaching in music, dance and
I art with registration of both following week's opening, Saturday
NEWS children and adults this Satur- Sept. 22. Miss Susan
Stadler will continue as head
I- I I of -the toilet-jazz department.
_'(;"'F',_ I year and a member of the football Mrs Pat Sonen, modern dance;
fly WALTER HOWE team. Albert Edelman, woodwinds;
I Robert, Thomas, music theory,
r The Freeway Handicap and brass, and Mrs. Greenfield,
The South Broward Post No. League got off to a big start plus several new music teachers .

......._._......... ___..._...... .........m______ pnnn 8195 will hold its regular meeting Thursday at Bunche Lanes. for piano.
By; ALBERT W. COOKEas at 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday, Concerts and field trips are
Sept. 16. All members are ask Congratulations to Arthur planned for a rich season in
HOSPITALS L/usy as the heart. It is heart.It ed to be present. and Altheria Spikes on the the creative arts.
al Is the heart of the community opening of their new Broward
I will admit that I have or thing that keeps hearts Cleaners at 4133 Hallandale The Fine Arts Conservatory
ways had a soft spot in hos my oeating. There seemingly wa Freddie Kenibrew of SW 48th Beach Blvd. In West Hollywood. is at 615 NW 60th St.
heart for hospitals. To To me me It not a dull moment. People came and 19th St left Sunday, Sect. Everything in dry cleaning is
pitals are fascinating. and they left. Time passed, yet 9 for 'Bama State College. tie done on the premises.
seems that hospitals are agent .ime stood still for just a mo- reported that he will go out for Save Life
of God. If there is anywhere Gou on nent In praise for being able the football team hoping to I Miss Marlon Williams of 48th a -
earth that angels reside hospital or Is 0 be a part of such a necessary make quarterback. He is also a ave. and 24th St.,1 left this week
visits, certainly the thing. graduate from North Dade this for St. Augustine's College. Drive Carefully!
that place.
I have a deeper respect for have been given the oppor-
hospitals than I have for the unity as have you on several
cnurch. Like the poem, "I can occasions to visit Christian
watch your hand in action, but" lospltal. So far I have not ac
your tongue too fast may run. 'epted this open Invitation by FINALCLEAN
m churcn someone Is always force or by will. It Is very com-
taiKing. It has been verified ;ortlng, however to know right
aatauer all is said and done, here with me, only moments
usually more is said than done. away is the Christian Hospital. SWEEP
wnen people leave a good
cnurch their heart and soul te There are of course withinour
toucned. Their inner self receives city, other hospitals. These !
a charge like a car Batiery .aospitals! are operated by our
receives one; when it is listant relatives. I have used
taken to a service station for some: of them and I have visit.' \
mat purpose. Depending upon ,-d others. I appreciate others.
ine condition of the battery to I am glad that they are available
begin with, the charge either to us even If on a segregated .
last a long or short time, Hereis or semi-segregated: basis.
where the hospital some They seemingly set no barriers,
times exceeds the church. Often no llmlntatlons or segregation sa 0>
more souls are converted in the .vhere saving a life is concernad -
sick bed than on a church : But even more and abov
pew. Rightly so I imagine be- all else; I appreciate the hospitals
cause in the former case, thereis operated by my closest
an openess for the Savior to Kin: my Cousins. I respect them -
come in. Ones mind heart and and hope you do too. I salute
soul is more ,receptive.[ In the .hem and whenever the need
latest case, one is still too closeto irises, I will patronize them. I
the drudgery of life to fully believe they need our support.
accept something as abstract as Your Boy Cousin DRESSES
God. The body receives, if con _
verted in a hospital, something :
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Temporary location: Cook's

Kindergarten, 1840 NW 152nd St. ,
Matins 9 a.m.: Sung Mass 9:15: To Observe
a.m.; Church School 10:30: a.m. s
om, A coffe hour Is sponsored by
one of the chapters of the Epis- '
copal Churchwomen after Sun
hv day Mass. World Peace Day 4

Sunday, Sept. 16 will make ,

:': the 8th wedding anniversary of Governpr Farris Bryant has World Peace" Day was Inaugurated -
our senior warden and his wife, designa- three years ago by the National -
issued a proclamation
Mr. and Mrs. James Lucas. May I Spiritual Assembly of
i.w. pTl God bless them on this day and ting Sunday, Sept. 16 as World the Bahals of the United States.
give them strength to believe in Peace Day in Florida. In a local This year It will Ue celebratedIn
/Y w I :l I i l Ii "Those Whom God hath Joined celebration of this event more than 8,000 localities in
together, let no man put asun- Claude Pepper, congressionalnominee 257 countries.The .
Ii der." from District 3, and theme for this event will
Edward Schlesinger, Baha'l be "A Giant Step Toward
On Sunday the
past readers lecturer of Nashua. New Hampshire World Peace." The public Is
men were as lay
and their will speak 2 p.m. Sundayat cordially invited to attend. Ad-
were presented
Bayfront Park auditorium.ST. mission is free.Churchwomen.
licenses: James Lucas, William
Jackson and Anthony Simon Jr.
Green Announces We now have a goal chart for
Bishop our church-wide capital Funds MARY'S W. M. Plan

Drive. Plans are now in pro Mrs. Dorothy Major, reporterRev.
exceed before For State TeaThe
to goal
V. Stuart
H. pastorOn

11th Annual Conferences the Funds designated Drive theme time.of the Capital week last: Sunday night we had the Episcopal Incarnation Churchwomenof launchedthe
"Beat Marjorie Oliver. ilev Farrington from Nassau annual State Tea, which
, visit with us. He preached a will be on Sunday, Nov. 4, in
I Bishop S. IA Greene, presiding nesday, Nov. 14, 10 a.m., the TEMPLE BAPTISTThe very inspiring message. the church at their executive
prelate of the 11th Rev. K. D. Brooks, host pastor, Rt. Rev. Bernard Mark- The Million Dollar Weddingwas board meeting Tuesday night.
: District of the' AME Church annualconference 715 South Magnolia St., Ocala. Miss 1). L. Harte, reporterWe a huge success and largely Co-chairmen spearheadingthis
, announces the following Tampa Conference Allen are looking forward to attended. drive are Mrs. Sheba Ma-
i schedule for 1962. Temple AME Church, Wednes- having our pastor return to The Male Chorus and choir tin and Mrs. Albertha Edwards
Greater Florida Conference- day Nov. 21, 10 a.m., the Rev. the pulpit after attending the No. 2 thank each and everyone committees were appointed and
Arnett Chapel AME Church, II. M. Nelson, host pastor. 1112 National Baptist Convention in who worked so hard and faithful plans formulated to make this
Wednesday, Oct. 10, 10 a.m.J the Scott St., Tamua. Chicago. in making it a success. Spec the biggest and best event ever.
Rev. A. H. Hunter, host pas- South Florida Conference ial thanks to Mrs. Rebecca This year awards will be giv-
tor, 211 Clark St., Quincy. St. Paul AME Church, Wednesday Rev. H. Ferguson and Rev.I. Bethel and Bro. Albert Bain, en to the chairman of the three
West Florida Conference Nov. 28, 10 a.m. the Rev.A. Hepburn are to be highly for their part well played. The) states having the largest
Bethel AME Church, Wednes- D. Burton, host pastor 514- commended for the wonderful were the spotlight of the wed amount of money, also the
day, Oct.: 17, 10 a.m., the Rev. 20th St., West Palm Beach. manner in which they carriedout ding.Choir. crowning of the chairman of
Timothy Johnson, host pastor, East Florida Conference the services during the absence No. 1 will sponsor a the state having the largest::
909 Hamilton Ave., Panama Payne Chapel AME Church, of our pastor. musical program night. amount of money as the
City.Orlando. Wednesday, Dec. 5, 10 a.m., the Dinner will be serve.l at thi 'Queen of the States" in the
Florida Conference- ilev. R. A. King, host pastor, I The women are as busy! as church hall Saturday in behall Church of the Incarnation.If .
Allen Chapel AME Church, Academy St., Jacksonville. Ikes working to make our annual jf Woman's Day. you have not selected your
Nov. 7, Wednesday, the Rev. Bahamas Conference Nassau Woman s Day, the second state, please contact any member
Jessie: Brown, host pastor, 701 N. P., the Rev. E. E. Benjamincost Sunday In November, a suc of the executive board and
Sanford Ave., Sanford, 10 a.m. presiding elder, P. O. Box cess. To these ends many activities NEW PROVIDENCE M. B. let your state today. We know

Central Florida ConferenceMt. 2283, G. T. Nassau, Bahamas, I have been scheduled.We Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor you would like to be In the running
Zion AME Church, Wed- Dec. 13.NEW. are chairman very proud, Sister of our Lula dynamic Mrs. Claudia Wilson, reporter and a winner.ANDREWS' .

I Gray Colebrook. Why she Is Baptism services will be helc
on the fourth Sunday JEWELERS
morning -
one of our Temple babies who
GRACE a.m. services. Youi
grew up in our church from the
W. F. Savoy, pastorIt 1671 N. W. IIHb! Terr. cradle. Sister Esther Campbellis presence will be expected. We
is good to see the increas Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor doing a wonderful job as co- are expecting the return of our;. CLOCK UKl'AIUSCO
enthusiasm as the chairman.: You will rememberher pastor and members who at Yean In Business
Last Rev. tended the National Baptist
begins. Let us wor- Sunday morning as our chairman of two
fall season All work guaranteed
church regularlyand Thomas Taylor delivered an Inspiring Convention in Chicago last
ship God in years ago. week.
friends to wor message and it was enjoyed FP. 3.0152
.invite our by all. On Sunday night Tills week we spotlight some Continue to pray for the sick. 303 N.W. 2nd Ave.
ship.Charles'Taylor ne again delivered a stirring of the captains for Woman's .
is now a freshman um K -Mg f mff IT JJ jr B a AA
Sisters De-
message. Day. B. R.
at Kentucky State The junior choir will render lancy, M., Hall, 1 urn, H.
lege in Lexington, Kentucky. the music next Sunday. Please Gray, M. Hepburn, L. Rose, A.
will be
Mrs. Ethel Peterson visit the sick and shuit-ins. Newbold, E. Wallace, E. Camp TV Free Service ChargeWITH
leaving this week to be in Someone mistakenly took bell, B. Hunter, D. Hart, V.
husband, Herschel, who Deacon Williams' Modern Hymnal Strachan.The ,
the Armed Forces. We trust off the piano. He will be
that God and memories of pleased if it is returned.ST. City-Wide Mission meetson THIS AD
Grace will be with these fine Sunday at Temple. The
memUars. Youth Choir will furnish the EDSUN TV
LUKE BAPTISTRev. music. Sister F. Hepburn is
president of the Missionary Society
5508 N.W. 17th Ave. 696.5748
ST. BARNABAS W. M. P. W. Williams, pastor at Temple.
Bunesba Green, reporter
Mrs. S. Dawkims, reporter There will be a Sail Tea sponsored S2Q:
Sunday School was opened by the Building Fund Don't be a Freeloader!

by the superintendent, Miss H.. group Sunday, Sept. 16 at 3 p.m.
Trotman. at 1780 NW 55th St. Donation The NAACP
Morning worship was led by $1.00. Support
our assistant pastor Rev. V
Demeritte. He preached from

139th Psalm. 18th verse, Providence ; STANLEY E. JOHNSON, M.D. 6510 N.W. 18th AvenueOX
and Mercy" Everyonewas
spiritually blessed. He was=- Announces the opening of his office for the practice of 1-1262 or OX 1-6520
in charge of troth services. No..
1 choir furnished music with OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY Making fine robe for churches, schools and kindergartens -
Mrs. Lillian Knowles at the pi
ano. No. 1 usher board served. Office Hours: Daily 10-1( and $.1 p.m. Thur. by appointment and fraternal orders.
Visitors are always welcome., Also uniforms for choirs, ushers, deaconesses and
Sister Flossie Wilson Is shut in. 6827 N.W. 15th Avenue Phone 696.5673 missionaries. Beautiful ushers badges.'
We are wishing for her a speedy

recovery. There are no better prices to, be found anywhere.
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA survived tiy": his wife, Mattle;, ST; 'PAUL'' A.M.E.. CHURCH REV. BISHOP 4>. ..'

two nephews held and..at a 1 niece. Services Sat: 1, 'hev':'''':''V'C!}' KfelWtf/:r. pastor I I
be p.m. DI&TlN
"Swufcii> SATURDAY( SEPTEMBER IS, 1962' urday from the 'Mt. Sinai Missionary Mrs'. Lei fii Gray, reporter 'i 1' r HAt K 1I"," ?

,,J3 pUst\church, In the absence of;the,presiding -
.. elder Roberts,..ouc pastor,' _Thor Rev. ,Ehdton_"Hale
,; ,: IvorqJooatt' : '.Addel >pev, T,,C., Kelly( closed.tbe 4thquarterly'conferenp0xWtlh Bishop, D.D. ', SJX fpjmer rectorof

I MEMORIALS : < and Carolyn Aon Shelton. :J'i 'a dynamic St Phimps, cfrugoh, New
CARDS Father and ,three children:: u sermon 'S nd y morning." York, died In! his sleep 1 on Aug.
I Sunday afternoon at 2:30: wasiifibving'time
viciTims 24 on the Hawaiian island of
1G050( NW 57th Ave6.were: : '
'.. of accidental :drowning ori]' fv "for"StPIdttl, With'told, ;:Maul,; where, lie )pa'd.tee4'serv
motorcade the !
'J.DE 7. survived ing the,church in Hawaii singe::
Friday, Sept They: are site at NW. l9tH7St. 'and 4th'.,'Ct.: ;
MEMORIAM his retirement five
IN : oy tneir wife and mothi years, ago.,
the church at 51st Terr
to new "
er Lois and two' datfgh,1ters. j! He was 73 years old. J.
a son ,, ..
., In loving memory of our be-'. A THSIG '. Services will be, ..held at,: and 19th. ave. The :congregation! .
of St. Paul"Vhose'drearns1aver Dr, Bishop served St.
lovedREBECCA SANDERS __..... .a ... 4 p.m. .Saturday ,In.mmmma the..chapebJake V 'H long been for a new church: c'hu'rch in 'Harlem'fot'"amorethan Phillips

who departed this life on Sep-- ,"'- have become' reality, Bishop 24 years. St. Phillips' con-
tember 14, 1959. .flange Shivers' Shermn L., Green,: and Rev, T< gregation With, nearly 4,000
diedJVtonday '
1226 NW 63rd St: .
"Each day, while we are thinking C ; Kelley led the processlpn; members, 13s'the largest parish
Sept. 10 at his home. He.is, preceding the,'dedica .l In the Episcopal 'church,
Mrs. Ethel Wright !
'survived two sons Dave' deliverer '( .
for died by and:; vice:, Bishop Green ?, : i
Heaven Is meant you. 1033 NW 76th street,
Lonnie; live daughters, Mrs"! '"' the' Dr Bishop 'succeeded his
the sermon followed with .
singing, 11 at
Our hearts keep on Sept.
suddenly Tuesday,
Ava Harris, Miss Valera Shivi, dedicational service. Several father, the late Hutchens'i F C.
Mother Sadly we missed love you.by, i aer.hree home.daughters She Is Mrs.survived Willie by E. ers, Mrs Edith Rolle,. 'Mrs,i' ministers and friends joined ::1 ysi Bishop, who served popular St.Phillipsa'from .
Lennie Bell Roberts and Miss '
Mrs. Gladys Sands, Dght. Fuller, Miss Thelma Lee Wrightand in our entry into our new 1886, a period of
Claudia Shivers; 12 grandchildren church. We hope to move to 47 years.
Mrs. Louise Roberts, Dgnt. Mrs. Leatha Mae Wyche; a and several
Mrs. E'lsadia Meredith, Sister, Mrs. Margaret Tyson; a great grand- higher heights.
children. Services 2 Mon
daughter p.m. With God's #help and the con
jrother, J. B. Straughter; eight
d 17 from Mt. Sinai
t. tinued cooperation of the loyal
Eugene Duncombe son jrand children and a great pose
Ansel D. Saunders, grand child. Services will be members of St. Paul we cannot NEW.CBS. HOMES
Brother field at 11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. fall short of our goal.
Grandchildren, Nieces and 15 in the chapel. James Wallace Campbell, Sr. Our sick members are Jacob Central Air Conditioningand
Nephews 1059 NW 63rd St., died Sept. Lucas at home, 2761 'NW 47th heat
Islah Butler 10. He is survived by his wile, ESit., Mrs. Ruth Mack at home.
four daughters Please visit them-with wordof 63rd: St.
Lucy; and four a 2271 NW
1374 NW 63rd St., died Friday -
CARD OF THANKSWe sons. The body was shipped to cheer.
Sept. 7 at his home. He is luskegee, Alabama for final 2130 NW 64th St.

the family of the late., i rites.
1-5 Sat. and Sun.

,wish and to thank members the of pastor St. Mary'sW. officers CARD OF THANKSThe I I. Rev. Ii'. L. Johnson pastor SCHAFFNER or call for appointment HOMES

Richardson Mrs Ruthie M. Soott, reporterThe
M. Church for kindnesses family l of the late,, I. Fellowship Union of NE 4.1863

shown during our bereavement. _.,..... LJlI I Mrs Estclla Williams St. Mark will start Sunday. Be-
Thanks to the neighbors of 446 NW 10th St., died Sept.
I NW 6th Court, 20th St and 10. She leaves to mourn a hus- ginnng have with wonderful Sunday School. We 1111'11'1" 1 .
70th St. for cards flowers and band, Cliff, a sister; Mrs. Com a program
donations Ebnezer Nshers'Boards Sanders; brother, Isareil Walls planned for you? at 3 p.m. and
1 1, 2, and 3: and the of West Palm ,Beach.. Serviceswere will climax the Fellowship at FOR RENT OR
Francis Funeral Home and held in' the chapel'' on evening sQrvJce.Won't .

staff. _. Thursday, Sept. 13 at 2 :-pin. you come? The purpose SALE
bless each and with of this union is to create amore
May God I Rev. Otis Mundy officiating -
unique Fellowship; This
everyone.RUTH DAMES & FAMILY, i ... I program is sponsored by the 2644 NW 62nd St.
: officers club of the church.
Willie Jones' Mother Hicks is president of
CARD OF THANKSWe 628 SW 8th ave, died in Kendall the Woman's Dept. and Rev. (Across from Steven'sMarket
Hospital Sept. 3. He leaves Torrence the president of the )

the family of the late, I a wife, Gladys; a daughter, men.
DEACON BISBY WATKINStake I Mrs. Josie Feglns; two sons, Visit the sick and pray with Large and small offices

this method of thankingour Willie Jr. and Frank' of Los Angeles them. Please, attend prayer availajble, suitable for doctor
many friends and neighborfor /: Cal. and four grand. meeting and Bible Study on dentist chiropodist insurance
cards, letters, flowers, telegrams children. Services were held on Tuesday a8.. p.m.
and other expressions of ,. 1 1 Saturday; Sept 8 in the chapel company, professional -
with Rev H. C. Samuel ,.
kindness shown us during his ? officiating. man, loan company,

Illness and death. We also wishto MT. CALVARY. BAPTIST bank, night club, etc. Ideal

thank Rev. S. A. Thomas !Itev. 12. M.'T.bomas, pastor for medical clinic funeral
members Mt. Smai' ... a ,
and the og "..,'.. Phyllis Myers reporter
Baptist Church for the services,, .Francis The big day for the men is home. Reception room, airconditioning

rendered. Mrs. Arist Roberts drawing near. Men's Day is,, plenty of
Mrs. B. W. Watkins MRS ESSIE MAE WOODS Of 1361 NW U2nd Lane diedat just around the corner, Sept. parking. Reasonable rent or
Mrs. Taylor
Mrs. Cleo Brown and who passed away on August,. her home Sept.. 12. Funeral church have been preparing for low: cash down to purchaser.OX .
261 and was laid to rest Sept. 1, services are incomplete. Survivors 23 is the day. The men of our 19372.
take this method of expressing are two daughters, Mrs. It for a long time. They hope to
thanks and appreciation to the I Lillie Mae White and Mrs. make this Men's Day the best

I CARD OF THANKSThe many friends, who were so Daisey. Mae Matthews; four yet. r ,
kind In Ito hours of bereave ,
sons,' Roosevelt, Isaac, D, W.
family of the late, ment. and Dorsey.
Thanks for your cards, letters, BARON'S NEW HOMES
; .
telegrams, flowers, cards and FernanderOf
all other kind gestures of sym Stanley
pathy. Special thanks to Rev. Nassau, Bahamas died on 3-Bedroom 2-bath Garage
4 in Nashville Tenn. The
E. M,. Thomas, and members: of Sept. OPEN 34 P.M. EZ TERMS .
will in Miami :
body arrive on
,$ and Mt. Calvary Mrs. Leila' Baptist Hodges Church, foi, Friday and will be shipped to Spacious. Home1440 NW 59th St.;.,

a their kind and untiring considerations. Nassau on Tuesday. Duplex Deluxe 813 NW 57th St.

everyone. for Again everything.thanks Yow to Baby Doy JohnsonOf Build on your lot. No money down

kindnesses will never.' be for- 1326 NW 1st Place, apt 1 Cash paid for lots or homes }>
stillborn Jackson Memorial
was at I
gotten.The Woods and Harrell Hospital on Sept. 6. Graveside One-thh'd acre lot for sale. Have large selection

Families services were held on Sept. Need!' cash? Call JE &M340 JE 2-4343


family of the late, I .
to express their thanks to I Mrs. Sarah E..''Johnson 'pioneer -
the many friends for their kind I Miamian of 1910 NW 72pd FHA Approved HomesCLOSE
expressions of sympathy. Ct., died Sept.; 9. Her survivors
4'x Special thanks to the Willing Include two sons, Roy and
Workers Club' Rev. W. 1C Edison Armtfrister of Nassau; IN LIBERTY CITY
Smith and all the friends and two sisters, Mesdames Celestine
neighbors.Signed. ; Evans and Margaret Evan of .
: THE FAMILY Key West; two brothers, Tho ,A wide selection of modern
mas and John Ingraham. Ser-
MR. JOHN THOMAS HUDSONwho vices will be conducted Satur- i. & 3'fiEDROOKfc' HOMES
this life September -
departed day 10 a.m. at St. Mary's W. M.
1, 1962 wish to thank and We. the family of the late, Church Rev. V. Stuart, pastor.
express our sincere appreciation Mkt. JERRY McPHEE JR. She will be on view in the chapel TERMS TO SUIT YOU
to the staff of the House of
from Friday afternoon
wish to express to our many
Albert for their efficient, cour- -0-
teous and understandable ser- friends and neighbors our deepest
:vice which they rendered In gratitude for the many James M. MonroeOf THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL
the time of our bereavement.We cards of sympathy, telegrams, 1558 NW 1st ave., died .
wish to thank the pastor, flowers, use of their cars and Sept.. 9. He is survived by two : These outstanding values
officers and members of Mt. the numerous other services sons} James M., Jr., and Kermit M

Olivette Baptist Church Rev. I. rendered so graciously duringour Monroe; five daughters, Mesa 1841 NW 42nd St. 3-bedrooms 2 baths CBS
bereavement. Many thanksto dames Wllla Mae Colston, Lillian '
C. Mickins and Mrs. Mlckins, '
,No. 1 choir and No. 1 and 2 Elder C. B. Rock, membersand Galtor, Carolyn Bailey, Oversized lot. FHA' approved
friends of the Bethany Margarette Monroe and Florence
usher boards and Rev.
Pratt for such fine service he Seventh Day Adventist Church. M. Reed and numerous Open Sunday 1 to 4
rendered. We further wish to Thanks to the Pall Bearers and others. Services will be held in
thank our many friends! and to the Range Funeral Home. the chapel Saturday at 2 p.m. .
for flowers cards The McPHEE FAMILY He will lie in repose Friday
neighbors afternoon. 1009 NW 52nd St. House and'income.. CBS house
and all other kind of
gestures in rear Live in front house. Nice'terms available.
sympathy shown during ourh CARD OF THANKSThe
o u r of bereavement. Mt. Mrs. Lrola Retm
Olivette Sunday School and family of the late, Who resided at 1627 NW 6th UNIVERSAL
our missionaries. We wish; to FRED SMITII Ave., died Sept. 7. She will lie REAL ESTATE
; t thank them all. wish to thank the neighborsand in repose in the chapel from 6
I. David Hudson brother relatives for floral pieces, p.m. Thursday and will be HOME SPECIAUSTS
Mrs. Harriet Watson, sister cards and other expressions of sent to Ocala Friday where services .

Nassau sympathy during their be- and burial will take place. 2156 N.W. 36th Street
Edna Mae Hall, niece reavement. Special thanks to Her survivors are husband, Eh-
r' ': Margarette Wiles, niece the House of Albert for kind zlre; parents, Mr. and .Mrs. Arthur NE 52892I

k George Hudson, nephew services. Evans, Ocala; two sisters,
I Several In-laws Mrs. Inez Smith, wife a brother..

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kitchei $ ,, A bedroonx,.house ; ,,SEPTEMBER, 15..1962 AEA 3r
unttirrilJlied. ,4600$44. NW 61st :'1016 NW '42nd Beautiful. St. Drive 2-bed, by .. ... '
then call
fet WI 9!. ,-11t..#, ,,';," CBS -fully me. 'lair=.conditioned. lne, St..Stephen!Day__,
.. .. .. '(:' ...1'. .' ',: i .... room S1OO..doi\'ft\'
;.;;1.:' Dish washer; dryer, washing r1 'f op, .
,; FUfi. .ft '< :
;;/ .r "J1 "
o'n.RENf' : ,. ler system Efcrage: This' 7600 NW 7thj ate 22 SUj
@.Ort" ,
T *
tl .0" ; I' ":'J everything. Total $12,900. $84 ,w *, 73rd Street

'"'unfm-nfshed, $18i PER WEEK>43..be:t d frowv month: pay,"all*, A. 13en-Kori, Da e
3'RQOM CHOUSE. ;; \ : ; ufrnishedi Realtor,.,2014 NW:B2rtd St. Nltes IIEL' WANTED r"he 'gt. Stephen .
$lt), tree IY. E. Picard ,Rental, \, ; Iarge :house "3380 ,, OX 10372., flf( 'live' In Canter Us now, open, Rates "by
PL 9-4133 Day WOMAN
Agency' ,,5GJ!* JW $thf;?8t. Phbne.Fft l NW 52nd : U HI. ,S-12G6., .: ", : ELDEttLY. Cjll the week $D,00, by the day$125.Hot : .
7-2901 // ;' *(,)>'I .'"'Ml., 'I,' ,;,2001 NW 42nd St. CBS 2.bedroom 759 with-5602. me. ,permanently., lunches and pick up service -
NICE ROOM tn private homef! .>doll house. Fenced yard, For further Informationcall
,ROOM Cottages; water >(urnhh.ea ",Moderate. rates. Call.OX 17479.!. kitchen, 'tile roof,, all tile rlive-in. PL 8-6067 after 4 p.m.
big MAID.'SVi' days steady"
$10 ,week, 6$9 fW JJth, ,St.FR ( bath. Total $10,000. Only $400 Working mother, 2 school child. Monday through Friday, any
7*? 02. ; ', :t.\.i 3, BEDROOM We bath, .CDS?. dowit: $67 month pays 'all.; See ren, new house, JE 8-7076tWE time on Saturday and Sunday.
...,.-,' E.. PICARDRental r.'I".: ;, Fla. room, Cfbhtte; ) ,, today ,sure,' call me,' A. ,Ben- 33446.
t" t .lot 2644 NW 62nd St.
.. porcl1: typrnett no Karl Realtor
Rental collections(Agency; :property, Ing no: dosing/ ') costs,. Special:: Nltes PI 9-55h3, Days OX 19372.. WANT SOMEONE to keep fur- TV SICK?
rea1Jeatate6ti9 'sacrifice deal.. ':;,... Call' PL- 45058.. nished apartment. Phone NE
.NW management 8th St. I FR 7.2102. Mr.. Cope.. .'." \1635 ,NW' 47th T rr. Total 41247. have It repaired on credit If
". Only $300 down and nice you live In Liberty City or
FURNISHED efficiencies- utilities ,NICE; ROOM; 1 In private 'home month pays all. This really llnmimllle. Pay weekly. Free
Included, $12.80 a week. 620 N.W8th for working lady, couple or intelligent house on big lot, 2 bedroom MIAMI TIMES ADSDON'T estimate.DIAL
FR 7-2901 gentleman, 1 block to plus Fla. porch, stove, refriger PAY G9R-3581
St. air conditioned. ThisIs COST 2030 N.W. G2nd ST.Cox's .
bus, jitney ana shopping. Nice ator, fully .
BEDROOM DUPLEX. neighborhood, 40th St. area, a bargain. A. Ben Kori, Realtor ---
TWO 2644 NW 62nd St. Nites PL
FUrttlshdd or partly furnished. homelike atmosphere, privi '
1 bedroom apt. furnished. leges. NE 4.6310.EFFICIENCY 9-5533. Days OX 19372.

Adults br will take 1 child up Lot 05th St. 170 ft. Kindergarten
to three years. MU 10325.) furnished free east of 27th ave.on Zoned duple .
utilities, quiet neighborhood,
terms, phone
FURNISHED OOM. Lady or $3,500, easy
1168 NW 51st St. PL 13360. I
would appreciate a 221-8526.!
nice cbol, clean Phone home. 634-4344 Use of LARGE 2 bedroom house,' private $14,990 for a new duplex and Open For Registration
whole house. I iiiII
Reason. owner,. centrally located 2 i bedroom home enclosed ga
1786 NW 47th moderate rates, 1465 NW 5th rage. $2,000 down and $2,300' The Cox's of Cox's Kindergarten 1753 NW 4th Ct,
able. PI. PL 8-9537. Income. WI 51137.
year makingthe
wish to thank the parents and
NICE ROOM In private home. swimming clinic a, success, this summer.
Hot and cold waterh in quiet 4-BEDROOM HOUSEWith for the fall term
vicinity 2129 St. BEAUTIFUL Registration is now in progress
For information call FR 1.8488 or OX 1.1834
3 FURNISHED garage apts., very large Florida room. All fenced yard on 3 MR. and MRS. W. O. COX Owners
utilities. Adults only, n Gar lots, 120" frontage, hail all bearing fruit trees and
buses. $20 per week, 7602 NW
grapevine. Partly furnished and large utility room.
New roof and hardwood floors. $500 down, $70.46per

rent or sale In Liberty HOUSE, City.- for PL month. HUNTER DRUGS

46408. 3250 NW 69th St. :

116 NW 22nd St. 4 ,bedroom, 2 \ be Pay your light bills here'No extra charge "
bath, porch,. garage, fencedyard Come out Sunday aid see for yourself. House
unfurnished, 2 families td 8. Money orders noW Free delivery
from 1
OK. $30 week incl. water. Call; open
WI 5- S03 for appt.. S22 .
Goodman Real Estate,& Insurance
BEDROOM APT Partly fur CIIAKLUH. 1IUNTKU Registered Pharmacist'
nlshed. 418 NW 4th' St. PL 4688 NW 62nd Street OX 1-0380

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1 BEDROOM HOUSE conven Liability Insurance with low monthly payments
lently located. Quiet neighborhood
furnished, 2161 NW 58th :,
St. '



Central .,Air find Conditioning heat Friday Saturday, Sept., 14-15 FAMILY.LINIC

2271! NW 63rd St. LARGE 3be SHAKES AND MALTS FOR 20c wishes to announce that Dr. Murray

2130 NW 64th St. COME TON Radin is no longer connected with the

Open 1-0 Bat. and Son. clinic
or coil for appointmentSCHAFFNER .W. 71st St. and 15th Avenue
ORFAS will continueto
Mil. AND MRS. F. serve yqu as he has for the past 8 years
NE 4.1863
at both clinics .
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RENT? Specializing in Reducing Low Back Injuries ,

SEE THE SOUTH'S PAY Obstetrics, X.Ray, Pediatrics, PhysiotherapyAnd

LEADING COLORED General Practice

PSYCHIC READER Let ..us show you how to own a LOCATIONS. -

-CONsULT IIER- today and still save money
home I 22nd! Ave.
w 7509
$50 cash -$25 weeklyBuys 905 N.W. 2nd Ave. j
a 2-bedroom furnished FR 9-5769 ;,

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sa $1,500 down $99 month .

CBS 1 bath, ,large rooms stove and reffjgerator.
3 today. Np closing costs. In Manor Park area. Call 5 ACRES OF LAND


l.et mid her protect years you of experience throughout gold lift $490 down $79 month pays all

lighthouse guides the ship STREET $1.00 DownPAY
n A in bow.. 1825 N.W. 41st
lm a storm. For racceM bedroom 1 bath
with 1
tie** and love. Way be used as a duplex,
THE RUT. GET' bath home with ear- MONTHGet
TNT STAY IN 2 bedroom, 2 ONLY $10
Ol each side or a
'OUT NOW IIY TilE fruit trees galore. Only
porte. Florida land! boom
1.5 the
total. Open Sunday p.ma in on
Office noun: $9,500
0 A.M. 0 p.m. This land is located near the 40-mile Bend in Collier

Tharq' D fun. to 4 Units $2,500 down County. Only 60, miles from Miami
7 p.m.
'DAILYSunday Three' 2 bedroom furnished apartments. A separate TOTAL PRICE $795No

2 bedroom J ome_ for you. This property is in tip top No taxes until land is paid for
interest rates -
HO .ra. 8 p.IILREADING I condition.
.. fcA RETIREE SPECIALA Call us Write us- Come by
these. W. arrange
'1.00 UP friendly salesman will show you OPEN EVERY NITE TIL 8 ,P.M.
financing also.TRIO.

S3 Years Eiperlence .
In Person ,
Write -
Ifon' ttaPL ,:
MADAMHUftTER '1' .1. NW154th S&eet; PL'7.2559Classified
801 54th Street
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iI'P" .... ... "'II ...-<. .:. Bethune Holds Rainbow Park) Has

HAPPENINGS IN OUR SCHOOLS I First Assembly First PTA Meeting

................................. ..u ...........__............. ;.............. The first assembly for the Jessie Rainbow Crews Park president ElementaryPTA of the
school year was held last Thurs- welcomed the to
Holmes Student Appears In Record EnrollmentAt day morning In the cafetorium. its first meeting last Monday

I W. C. Cogdell gave a very encouraging i night. He told the parents and
NorthwesternMiami and inspiring message -I teachers that there are now
Dramatic Festival At Barry over 935 children enrolled at
) Northwestern enrolled to the student body. Rainbow Park.

Holmes Elementary School Is had the honor of .sabattlcal 1,739 students with an Girls from Brownie Troop Mrs. Bernice Townsend read

proud of the distinction of having leave l last summer and studiedat enrollment record of approxi- 137 and Girl Scout Troop 218 the purpose of the PTA A.

had a Holmes' pupil, Betty Indiana University mately 800 sophomores. Despitethis attended Toloche Camp this Coachman, president of the

Wright, to participate in a Dramatic To all of the teachers at record enrollment the oper :'They summer took at an Greynolds active part in Park.all Bunche Park PTA expressedthat
his would continueto
< Festival at Barry College Holmes who are back and determined ation has been smooth and the activities and went on many group and he
during the summer. Betty to make this a banner cooperate encouraged -
school has experienced a successful interesting trips with the oth- the parents to continue the
was the only Negro elementary school year. addlti-
beginning. New Girl Scouts of Dade County.
er high attendance started. W
school child participating. The Mrs. T. C. Crowder, principal. Ions to the faculty include: The first meeting will be held Nelson, vice president organtz-:
other high of
was a girl
Monday Sept. 17 at 2:30: p.m.
ed the various committees and
Richmond Heights. Miss Mae J. Vesta, Spanish:
social Officers for the year will be solicited the cooperation of all
R. R. Moton Goes Miss Myrell E. Collins
Answering an invitation appearing studies; John Glover, arts and parents and teachers..

in the Miami Herald English; Louie Bing, biology The PTA will hold its first Mrs. Fortson, principal of
for all students in all schools to Into ActionOne and math; Marvin Lee, math; J. meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 18, the school, welcomed the
audition for the Dramatic Festival pa
Simms social studies Theodore
; at 8 in the cafetorium.
Betty auditioned and could hardly tell around p.m. refits "Coming to PTA meeting
was Gibson, biology; Mrs. Lois Oliver Mrs. Perkins is the president.
placed in a top bracket. She Moton that school has been in English. All parents and friends are invited is Just one great effort whereinWe "
can help our children, she
was granted a six week scholarship session but two weeks! Everyone .
in the Dramatic Festivalas Is busy. putting: into action With these additions the total said. She stressed the Impor
a result of her superb per the new lesson plans devised faculty is now 84. The School Patrol Group will tance of homework and good
formance.The by our principal. These plansare have its installation exerciseson scholarship and the responsibility -
to be used specifically In Latin, economics and Americanism Thursday, Sept. 20 at 9 a.m. of the parents in these
activities of the Festival the areas of language arts and vs. Communism have W. Wright Is the sponsor. areas. Mrs. Fortson introducedH.
were ballet and modern dancing arithmetic. So detailed and been added to the curriculum. Day, the curriculum assis-
and stagecraft, which included On 11 tant and he in turn introducedthe
are the plans that we are at Tuesday, Sept. the ,
character acting and this early date, able to see members of the curriculum faculty and staff.
song singing. The culminating .1 marked improvement and NHS PTA -to Hold committee presented to the
play was"Rackerty Packerty faculty in the regular profes A. Simon, president of the
growth In the boys and girls we '
House" of which Betty characterized teach. First MeetingThe sional meeting a preview of the !North Dade PTA gave announcements
one of the leading many things to be done this I and information
characters. She has been invited To oh community improvement
; Insure the maximum of first PTA of year
to participate in the Festival meeting projects.
growth and development of our
again the Northwestern Senior Klgh Mrs. V. HIggs, test chairman
next summer.FELICITATIONS boys and girls, there must be a
School will be held on Monday briefed the faculty of arithmetic At the close of the meetingthe
collation of the school and the
night 17 at 8 All talked to their
Sept. p.m. testing procedures. Mrs. E.. parents
To Miss Deloris J, Holds, 1stgrade home.week the With principal this In and mind, last, parents are urged to attend. Reed and Mrs.. E. J. Williams children's teachers, and everyone
faculty Mrs. Gladys Haaley, the president was served delicious punch
teacher, who earned the nembers met three nights with presented a demonstration in
B. S. degree in reading and elementary Barents to discuss our alms and has prepared a very In- reading and testing procedures, and cookies.
education from Indi goals for the year. These meetIngs program. The curriculum committee is Mrs. R. L. Fortson, principal
ana University.To were divided into grade -- I making a concentrated drive Willie Nelson and S. Frank

Mrs. Andell Mickins who groups of two for each meet. silver ore from Arizona vol. this year to steer the program McCoy, reporters.
completed certification in ing night. Many important canic I from in reading and arithmetic so
sup g ass Oregon,
were discussed. Some Miami Times Ads
ervision and administration at hand-painted pottery from Mexico that our pupils can make progress
of these
Columbia University. While were our curriculum and others which to their utmost potential
there she mphasis for the year, what the many are itiies. Get Fast Results
was Invited to memo home do on display in our library. A
can help and the
bership in Alpha Epsilon chap community school hearty thank you to Mr. Schl-
ter of Phi program. A
Lambda Theta
a National neider.
large number of parents attend-
Society for pro-
fessional women in educationand rd each meeting. Llnnle W. Fannin, principal;

Kappa Delta Phi, also a Members of the Parent- Dorothy S. Sawyer, publicity:
National Honor Society. Teacher Association Planning chairman. .i

To the Board met to formulate plans .""" ... "'-"'-........_...-........ - -. re ,
following who attended for the year. Mrs. Verdee Reed s Hantam, League Howling starts nt
summer school: Miss Andrea faculty coordinator Medicines low
of PTA informs dispensed at
Lewis, U. of Winconsin; Mrs. us there are interesting my house Saturday morning For
Jeanette Goa, Temple U.; Clin events !in the cost
ton Stinson, State U., Iowa; Our first regular PTA meeting making. Blood, urine tests for health I children from 10 to 11. Over 20 teams i

Svlvester: Smith, Boston U.; for the year Is Wednesday, Sept. and marriageDR. sponsored) now. Get In the program.
Dyes, Mrs. M. Me- 19 at 8 _
Cullough, Mrs. A. Paschal, and We were p.m.pleasantly surprised LONG'S CLINICA Call mo for additional information.
Mrs. Lois
Barry Col and
pleased to know that
lege.To the Moton family Is thought of General Health Service s _
In such Non surgieal treatment of
our principal and 'daugh a generous manner at Rupture
the Rectal Disease, VarleoeeVelne
ter, Evadney Jacobs, who Is the following. Victor Schlnel-
der who Prostate, Arthritis, Re
first Negro/ lady to receive a was formerly our Iii
bachelor degree from the University school postman, recently visited duclng. /
of Miami. 30 states across the country. Parking" In rear 1
all 1
While FR 3-2748 Res. HI 8-0104
visiting he selected a1
very proud of this great dis
tinction.To souvenir of Importance from 1545 N.W. 1st Street

each state had It labeled and ............. ........L... ................... ... ..............., F'P
Mrs. Marion Davie who mounted and brought them to
us. He brought such Items as Advertise f-LND
petrified wood from Montana, It Pays! I

North Dade PTA ,

Meets Sept. 20 Have a Lifetime Professio'CoreCraft' .

The North Dade PTA will hold
its Initial meeting of the year School for Nurse's Aids I

Thursday night, Sept. 20 In the
school auditorium.The SUMMER CLASSES, NOW FORMINGFor

Simon president wishes to express Anthony his L. Ten Weeks Courses Day or Night PREPARE FOR

gratitude to those persons who
supported the fund-raising ef Register Now Payment Plan '
forts for the Agnes McCoy 9.CIVILSERVICEJOBS

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Young lege.: The of 2221 recipient Rutland was St.Patricia, Opa- L"'L"'''''''''''", ,,,,,, ,,, ,,, ........ ........... ..... ..... ...... ... AND ASSURE YOURSELF
locka. Plans for other worthwhile

projects have been initiated ... LIFETIME SECURITY
for the 1962-63 school Toddle InnOFFERS
year. Your support Is needed to 'm MEN WOMEN 18To50l
make them i
a success.
I Grammar school sufficient for
All parents: and friends of ----- n many (obt. Receive full Infer*

the North Dade Community are ;; motion on how to get a gov'f.fob. .
urged meeting.to he present at our first The best in pre-school training Keep your present job
Support your PTA by 1
attending meetings regularly. 'The finest primary instruction d training.
Anthony L. Simons, president. w ', v man MUIMAK CUMKI tr COMH_

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Most American citizens don't violence. ., plunged to his death on .
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think too much, one way or August 23 from a 5C-moot high By Mrs. Ruby Castelow
oun VOTES Aim
the other about certain things wall at the 66 Steps or the I '

do for th le rea :IMPORTANTIf Queen's Staircase. .... ........ t
son they have always done Knowles, who was a former eo "" ---- Faithful Few chapter No. 93
these things, and wer never we Use our votes to the patient at the Sandlland Hos I will hold its regular meeting
prevented from doing them, or best advantage, we can help pital, was rushed to the Princess Phil Ossofer' Says Monday night Sept. 17. All
intimidated Into being stopped our city carry out necessary Bargaret Hospital where members are asked to be present
from so doing. It has always Improvements such as the ex doctors administered oxygen -........ --....... ---- ....-- Sis. Annie L. Holmes, W.M.
been taken fUr granted[ by most tension of pavements, sewer but he died soon after his arri
Americans without too much age, better lighting and gar- Is there a superior race? Of Oak Grove Sunday School 13
that when It time bage collection. The ballot is val.A course there is! It is not like all for
thought, was card In the dead man's pocket which ad- having an day picnic
to vote, people Just went to the guarantee that our children showed that he was a e the organized and groups prejudice. It Is the children at WashingtonPark
voting booth and voted. Or will get the same education and ket showed that he was expected vocate hate of beautiful souls Sept. It. The public Is In
when they were hungry, they under the I.same conditions as to see a doctor on August 31. who composed seek to serve God by show- vited. Deacon Jackson is sup-
just stopped by a restaurantand other children do; public parks The authorities were not ableto ing love and by proclaiming erintendent.Mrs. .
ordered some food. Or if it can be opened to all citizens determine whether the equality for all mankind, disregarding -
was a hot summer's day, most by the ballot; other recreational death was accidental or not. the superficial differences Annie L. Holmes is back
people could just go to( any facilities and transportation of physical color, nation- home from the hospital and U
pool or beach and have A t'o- can be enjoyed in the same T. G. Glover has been appointed ality background or religious I doing fine.
freshing swim. way by all citizens If the ballot Education Officer Education beliefs. i
is used correctly Department He acted In
The Civic Association of
'THE RIGHT TO VOTM self-seeking race supre-
that The
i post during the school
And perhaps Park Is its
most importantof macists believe that certain Washington holding
While those things 1 have! all, If we Use our votes prop- year Mr.of Glover 19C1-C2., 60 received his races are incapable of develop regular meeting Monday night
mentioned: dbbve are things almost erly, we can make the right education ing or advancing. The true su Sept. 17. All members are ask-
early In the
All Americans do, and all klhd tif atmosphere of climate schools of his home at Inagua public, peror race knows that all people ed to be present. Mrs. lola
ate important for the erijdy. in which all of us can live at Government flight School In have wonderful innate capabilities Crawford Is president.The .
ment df life Irt a civilised: com without fear of discriminationand Nassau, and took which can be developed
mUhity, perhaps going: Into a persecution because of the at Tuskegee a Institute year'scourse through suitable education and recreation department
Vbting booth might be considered differences of race, color or re lie has served as headmaster at that all can play a part which closed Its summer program and
the most Impbrtartt for citizens ligion. The right and privilegeof Colonel Hill, Crooked Island will enrich the lives of all other all the children are back to
in any country,. and especially the ballot is therefore necessary Roses, Long Island; Western; members of the body or hu- school. We all enjoyed a won
for citizens Ih a de for the preservation of true Junior and Western Senior manity. derful summer.
mocracy. Because In a demos democracy, for without It cltl- Schools In Nassau. Abdul
racy such as ours, the Constl- zens cannot live a truly abun- Regarding this subject
tutlon dant life of enjoy true freedom. Daha son of Bahalrllah, foun-
specifically states
der of the Baha'I Faith, had this NEW CBS HOMES
rights and privileges of citizens, The Rev. Denis Magnus arrived -
THK G. onm.HITU.TION "Concerning the prejudice
and In the from to say:
matter of voting de. Jamaica on August
Illusion a
it is an
Glares: "The right of citizens.ofthe A terrible travesty of the 23 to Join the staff of 'the Wesleyan superstition of race pure and simple, Central Air Conditioning
United States to vote shall right to vote is at present making Church In the Bahamas. for God created us all of one and heat
not be denied or aUrldged by the headlines in our news. He will be stationed at Orange race In the beginning also
the United States or by any papers and special news Items Creek, Cat Island, and will be there were no limits and boun- 2271 NW 63rd St.
state on account of race, color m the TV. Refuting all that In charge of churches In the daries between the different
or previous condition of servi WInward Mission Circuit and 2130 NW 64th St.
our Constitution and Bill of lands; no part of the earth belonged -
tude." Rights stands for, it is obviousto the Andros Circuit. to one people than to an- Open 1-5 Bat. and Sun.
everyone that fanatical segregationists and the Andros Circuit. other. In the sight of God thereIs
A vote Is a very potent thing; In Georgia do consider no difference between the or call for alIK>lntmf'ntSCHAFFNER
It could change the trend of the ballot very important various races. Why should man
an election; it can elect a good so important that they are WORKING MOTHERSI Invent such a prejudice? How HOMES
official instead of a bad one; citizens i we uphold war caused by
tying to prevent Negro
it can improve transportation; from exercising their rights to will keep your children such an illusion? God has not NE 4.1863
and It can equalate unfair rep- vote. If Negroes vote In all sections from infants up, while you created men that they should
resentation in a state legisla- of Georgia, It Is a fore- work. Clean wholesome destroy one another. All races

ture. gone conclusion that the pollical ) surroundings, fen c ed in tribes sects and classes of share their are the superior men, of what
In bounty
equally I
Those people who do not, or : climate will be changed to large playground expert Heavenly Father. ever nation, creed or color they
one more favorable to equalc1vtJ be.
cannot, vote, are helpless may
people( because they are letting rights. supervision, pickup and de- "The only real difference Yes there is a superior race,,
someone else do their livery. Reasonable rate lies In the degree of faithfulness and It is composed of those
How long can a fanatical the laws of God. who become superior by seeking -
thinking (and therefore their you'll love service. Call of obedience to
small of my
group prejudiced equality for all mankind.
of mankind, these
voting) for them The lovers
people hold t back> the true functioning 7594686.
CONSIDER TUB 1UL1.0T of the democratic process
? How long will the bigoted
lbLet's consider our votes rea- white hoods be allowed to cover I at Moderate Rates- Call
For The Finest Apartments
llstlcally and see what judiciousu up lawlessness and violent dis
of them can actually do. crimination. Let us hope that
votes elect the governor, the the end of this mockery of democracy -
representatives in our State will soon be ended because 1
Legislature, our mayor, the it is certainly true that BONDED
members of bur city commission every limitation placed upon
sheriff judges and other the; freedom of Negroes in
law-enforcement' officers. Our Georgia takes away some -ofaurs.
votes can elect a representative That is as true as the
to the State legislaturewho rule in physics that every
will carry out our wishesfor action has an equal and oppo- RENTAL
the protection of our rightsor ,: site reaction.
the lack of our votes might p8._
elect someone who will vote

against our Interests. HELP WANTED AGENCYINC.

In the matter of the electionof
a sheriff our votes could betremendously Waitresses, waiters. Experience 1
Important. We necessary. Applications
could elect a sheriff who would for the I and rental
accepted collection
Wve us equal protection under The largest
the law as guaranteed by the reopening of the King O
Constitution>> or our apathy: or Hearts latter part of Sep- CIIARLK8! A. agency in the South; operating in
Inability to vote could result: in 'ember. Apply Mon. thru Public Relation Director
the election of sheriff who
looks the other a way in the Thursday from 3 p.m. to 7 Our constant objective In to bet Dade and Broward Counties'

matter of civil rights, or, In p.m. Phone PL 82339. ter nerve our client, tenant
some extreme Instances might Gray. Sl5 Success even condone brutality and Betty and the public. Negro Housing areas.MANAGING .
cooperation piea""
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geline Clark;; Josephine Poltler,

I J'' ,. PAGE... 16. (SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1962 Peggy Reynold.Harr>$, Yvonne Sept. 1C;J.Margaret How ... '
approaching marriage Sept. 19 ard, Ruth Abrams, Sept. 17; w
w THIS. AND THAT ',Of ALVA JEANETTE SMITHto Othella W. Johnson, Melba C 1 Guess who's coming to ray house this
r : J:c Continued from 5 JERRY NATHANIEL DA- James, Sept.3 18; JoroneRuther, week? Ladies League Thursday even.
I VIS. Mt. Sinai Baptist;hurch ford Elizabeth' Russell, Am
:, [ of Mrs. Estelle H. Cunningham will be the I scene=: of this| ?gblemn Coleman, Sept. 10; Arimentha Jug. Scratch League Sunday evening,
, and her son, James Hall, 814 : occasion. Best Wishes! Wallace, Hester Rivers, Beatrice liantum Leagues Saturday morning !
l ; ;.: NW 6Gth 'St. They have known IIAPPr BIRTIIDAYt WilliamP. Johnson, Sept. 20; Inez Foster, Instructions ,
f !. p each other for many years . Bethel, Catherine Newbolcl, Mary Dixon,) Betty Woods Ou. S Free bowling weekdays ftt
.. Wednesday evening the ROY sie to 1:30 ah day.,Saturday and Sunday Vj
;} J Sylvia P. Henry, Sept. 14; Harold Eryin, Sept 21; Lydla: R
c ; DROWNS, cousins of Mrs. Rob- S. Jenkins Queen-Bee Williams Higgs, Iris V. walker, Juanita
inson, gave a dinner' party In Sept. 15; Paul Kendrick, Hamberry Myrtle Evans, (
her honor The SMITHS Jr.,_Georgia Waiters,. Inez John- Gladys S. ,Solomon Sept, 22 .. rsti
who hall, from the great "conti
nent" of Texas visited their !
mother and sisters in August. THE BEST SHRIMP IN TOWN
Through the country by car
went CLINTELL and his wife, Golden Southern Fried
LORENZO and OLLIE r Representing CHICKEN
French Fries
the local Guild of the ,
UrUan League was MAUDE J{. Cole slaw, hot rolls & gravy
REID, at the 52nd annual con- 9 7C PINLAND'MTAM'
ference in Grand Rapids Mich.
The need for better housing for Mouth watering Orleans Y, rr
Negroes was high on the agen Fried SHRIMP, French 1iBOYS
day of the conference. Gutchard. Fries, cole slaw, hot rolls -
Urban League's
Farris ;
relations director had this public to Tartar sauce FULL! BOX >'KORlftA 635,
in answering the questionas
say to how far away equalitywas We also serve fish, scallops, clam strips. chicken
: "You can answer that very livers, giblets with all the trimmings, all at our low
simply. If you mean equality price of 97c box. \ 9 to 14 GIRLS
of opportunity, my guess ii
that in the next decademaybeIn .. JOIN THE
the next five yearsmostof FREE! : C-O-U-PJO-N
the laws and other restrict with this : This coupon entitles bearerto
lions shall have disappeared! Bunche Lanes Junior
1 pint of potato salad or
1 full pint of potato :
and the Negro will be able to iiaccaroni salad FREE with
compete in the open market! salad or maccaroni! sal : the purchase of at least two
place. But this may be an Illusion ad with the purchaseof I boxes of shrimp, chicken, Bowling LeagueSPONSORED
because you can't expecta 2 boxes of our regular fish, etc. nt our regular priceof
group of people who have 97c box. Offer good
1 per BY
been handicapped for 300 yearsto ; 97c items. Fri., I Pri., Sat., Sun., Sept. 14, 13,
compete equitable Immedi I Sat, Sun. only 16. No limit on coupons.
ately. It will take that group along .. = = JII FRANK MIRANDI OF

strength time and to to build develop its a own core ''Open Fri., Sat. 12 noon to 2:30 a.m. I MORSE HOLLAND FORD CO.

of well-trained people whocan Open Sunday 5 p.m. to 12 midnight EVERY SATURDAY MORNING AT 10 A.M.
take their place in a highly
mechanical society. But If that GIANT FISH We cater to your :
society is democratic as well as I FABULOUS BUNCHE LANES
mechanical, the Job can be OR CHICKEN PARTY or BANQUETTake
Many of the older citizens it out : 2282 Bunche Park West Drive
who remembered THURGOOD 39C or OPALOCKARead
MARSHALL who lived herewith Eat it here
his parents as a child are Bunche Lanes News in this and keep in
nomination rejoicing that to the at long Second last U.his 8. EVERYBODY'S TALKING ABOUT the -know of what's happening at Fabulous Bunche
Circuit Court of Appeals has LanesIF
been confirmed. He now holds I THE SHRIMP BOX I FURTHER
the second highest type of j judicial
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