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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: September 22, 1962
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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40TH YEAR, No. 4 MIAMI, FLORIDA,,'SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1962 16 PAGES TEN CENTS I
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I Roosevelt Withdraws Suit; Franklin




Savings and Loan To Open In October .


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A public airing of the behind- appeal by the Roosevelt SavIngs I termlne whether the charter
the-scenes action in Miami's and Loan Association on grant to Franklin should be te-
controversial savings and loan Tuesday. voked.
case was halted in Washington Based in part by the disclosure Under the agreement, the
Tuesday after the Roosevelt that Dr. Martin Luther Roosevelt group dropped Its ,,
group withdrew its suit. King had intervened privatelyIn in exchange for a
promise
Scheduled for a trial in federal behalf of the Franklin group from the Franklin I. 4iI ,
Court next month, the .case, and that ,group's: .secret amend- group not to oppose a new application I 1
was killed after attorneys, fi jrileht of. tHelr application In by Roosevelt for fed.
the Savings 1' r lYegrQeS !Were! added, oral:! insurance.. That decision is.up .
Lban v-Rooseyelt. and, t'varFranklin \ .o- i n l group'. of organ- to'tbe: bank Hoard
; Federal .SavlnJts..Jitd.. .. h. 6 sevelt setup had: "We felt that the continued 1i
,Loan. Association reached tft): ::4 .a d'a'J!; Qard decision denying prosecutlort the lawsuit
agreement. "ilsr"application( for federal would simply result in a delay 1
insurance. in the bringing of a needed facility
The Franklin S&L is expected I ," said John B. Orr Jr., a :
"POPS" PITCHES IN Louis "Sa'tchmo"
to open for business the first The Franklin Savings and member of the Roosevelt group Armstrong endorses
week in October at 1001 NW 3rd Loan Association received its end its local counsel. Langston Hughes' new book, "Fight for Freedom
ave.An federal charter early this "We are going to take our The Story of the NAACP" for Columbus Ohio NAACP
investigation of the case year, but Federal Judge Alex- chances on being able to dem- Pat
youth president Isbell left and
Marybeth Allen
rightof
,
ordered by President Kennedy ander Holtzoff Issued an InJunction pnstrate that another facility is ; ,
has been concluded, it was preventing It from pow required. Nine months have AId'eron' West Va. Eatytoead book comes in pocket
learned opening as scheduled on July 20 elapsed since the board's earlier size and costs 50t, available pnly through the NAACP

U.S. District Judge John J. after a court hearing in Wash determination, and the two associations branches or National Office, 29 West 40th St., N.Y., 18.
Sirica and the bank board, approved ington. offices would be located
the withdrawal of court He also ordered a trial to de. five miles apart." j



I U.S. Suit Asks End Of (William Worthy Gets 3



Segregation In Va. SchoolsThe I Months; Files Appeal .

courts were asked by the treated as inferior by local requirements rwI* A I

Federal government Mondayto that "they attend ;William Worthy, Jr., 48-year- forced to go to Havana, the ,I
stop racial discrimination in segregated ,schools. old correspondent for the Baltimore nearest place for medical treat-
in the case filed -
jKennedy said Afro-American, (
( was sentenced ment.
Prince George County, "Va; pub- Monday, the federal govern- to three months in federal
,lie. :schools attended by child ment asserts a direct interest in prison Monday 'for slipping (His attorney stated, "The"
ren of federal personneL school segregation ,in Prince I iri and out ,of Cubawithout AUf government played a cat and
mouse
County because of the game, permitting'him to-
; .r The JusUce"Department-an- George number *ot' ler'HCe"thUd. S. passport enter, then ,.seizing' hlm."KJudge .
'pounced the filing of the suit ren large there In, the school popula- (Charged specifically with entering Choate reported, ','On the con.
to U. S. District Court in Rich- tion. the U.S. without a passport trary: the defendant played a
mand. Worthy was found guilty cat and mouse game with the
by Miami Federal Judge Emett government. tIt was a flagrantviolation
Attorney General Robert F. : Miamian is World's Choate ,on Aug. 8.. of the. law." .
Kennedy emphasized in a statement ?
Howard Dixon, defense coun Continuing, Choate said thatas
that no threat is involvedto Muscular Man
': Most sel, moved for a new trial, but a newsman, Worthy'trled to
end federal aid to the
schools. The purpose of the suit Klngsley Poltler of Miami was Judge Choate said it would be make himself unique by visiting
"was to seek an end to unconstitutional Judged the World's Most Mus denied. Dixon said he would appeal a country where other news-
school segregationin cular Man last Saturday at the men were barred and he did
an area where such segregation Mr. Universe Mr. America /A 1MwFA1ArIMI YI i The State Department took this to make money,
directly effects the armed contest in Brooklyn, N.Y.' Worthy's passport in 1957 after "Freedom of the press I is one
forces," he said. Poitler won out over 25 white Heavyweight Champion Floyd he had made an unauthorizedtrip of the greatest freedoms," the
contestants from all over the Patterson will lay his title on to Red China. Judge said, "but it is not free
"It makes no sense that we world. the line Tuesday night when The newsman was arrested ,dom to break the law"
should ask military personnelto The muscular marvel Is a'' he takes on Sonny Liston at last Oct. 10 when he disembarked Worthy said he did not think
make sacrifices and serve product of his father, Cpmiskey Park In Chicago. at Miami International Air he had violated the law, and accepted
away from, homeland ; at the err. Opa-locka Health Club at Read the famous last wordsof port from a Havana plane. I .. his sentence calmly.
same time, see thpLi children 1095 NW 152nd St. I these fighters on seven. In his defense, Worthy claimed Judge Choate reduced his bond
and watch for Times Sports that he was stricken with. from $5,000 to $1,000 and released -
.1 I Editor Leo Armbrister's ring. an attack of ulcers and was him pending his appeal.

side report of the highlights
next week. By the way we pick

r I Patterson In 10. I Fla. High! Court Upholds Sit-in Ruling I

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N.Y. Demos For a person to refuse to The ruling is expected to be
leave a restaurant after being taken to a higher court.

requested to do so by the man
X I Nominate Negro ager, is a misdemeanor, according -

ruling to a on Florida Wednesday.Supreme Court 4 Beer 'DrinkersConfess


For Atty. General In August, 10CO, a group ol
-J' t o r G 18 whites and Negro CORE Burning ...
State Democratic leaders in members were'convicted in MI- I
New York for the first time, ami for violation of the law af
r selected a Negro Tuesday for ter a sit-in at Shell's Restaurantand ChurchFour
their state ticket as gubernatorial drew a year's probationeach.
.... candidate Robert M. men have confessed that ?
Morgenthau pledged to give Republican they burned a church at Daw-
Gov. Nelson A. Rocke The writer of the court opln son Ga. during a beer drinking ?'
I feller "the fight of his life. l ion Justice Campbell Thornal, spree. '
said that "the statute Is nondiscriminatory This
Edward Dudley, a Negro Protestant and that it reflects the was brought to light as
FIJI
reported
and borough president a valid exercise of 't h e it had uncovered
r ,I I I of Manhattan was named to' legislative power of the stateof evidence that the church
was not burned specifically to ,'
Republican Florida.
oppose Attorney
General Louis J, Lefkowitz who intimidate Negroes from regis tl
h ,5 Is Jewish, in the November tering to vote.
Iectlon. J, Edgar Hoover, FIJI direc- .
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'I"" Weaver Speaks To tor. said agents had questioned ;
N, Patrick Range and his her"diploma for having com- Dudley was the first Negro four Terrell County Ga. real. *
grandfather Edward Wilkinson, pleted the prescribed course In In the history of New York tope Steelworkers Here dents seen in a car near the 1\
Mrs. human Anatomy, Embalmingand nominated for a state-wide church after the fire was discovered T
flew} In from Miami, and Funeral Director, elective office on a major party at High Hope Baptist '
Rolkrt C. Weaver, adminis
Lee hurried from her ticket Church.
Myrna
The children and Mrs. trator of the Housing and Home \
home In Fayettevllle, N, Ct to Range's'father; are shown f The Democratic ticket line- Finance Agency addressed the "The four men confessed
Join their younger brothers ,Os- beaming'with admiration for her \jp was an obvious effort to United Steelworkers at their they were drinking beer and ;
: cat and Gary 'to witness the successful effortUpon continue the tradition in New Miami Beach convention Thurs- Just "decided to burn the
York state politics of striving church, a source said.. t 1
graduation ceremony of the her return to the city, for racial balance because the day
Why they picked the f
New England Institute of Bo*. Mrs. Range expressed- pleasure state, is largely a melting pot. On Wednesday the Steelworkers church, or whether they on>, f I
'I. ton Mass., on Friday, Sept. 14 in being home, and Is, again actively However, many voters contend passed a resolution calling beer to "inakf them do what took I
itlWhich; time their mother. engaged in the'operation that they do not ballot by national for the end of discrimination in they reany-wwited-towlo
T.... *lrs. M! Athalle ,Range received of the Range Funeral Home. origin, race or religion. employment. not explained. was\
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IN MEMORIAM. Abraham J,
and cons
the
all pros
THE MIAMI. TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA rority presented an award to absorb AAUW members Naomi Thomas Sr., Sept. 23.
fieldof were
him for skill and art in the Marie Roberts, Edna De-
Grant,
PAGE 2 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 196274i. salesmanship and interest of the to Veaux, Rose Stewart, Thena ANNIVERSARY Greetings to
the higher development So. East Crowder, Leila R. Williams, Ha- Mr. and Mrs. Isaiah Speights

-- ., beauty industry. The Culture zel Simmons Dorothy Graham Sept. 20; Mr. and Mrs. MaxieMiller
Beauty
ern Regional here October and others who left the meeting Sept.. 24; Mr. and Mrs.
1Zee'tj" ; Convention will Their meet headquarters before I could see them. Eddie West Sept. 27; Mr. and
2930. Mrs. John a. Pfttman, Sept. 30.
will be Hampton House. 11TIvr 0 Attending rc

i Mrs. May-Dell Braynon had a church with Mrs. Evelyn Smith BELATED BIRTHDAY Greet..

s@ ) delightful fling across the on Sunday was Miss Lottie ings to Prin. Samuel 0. Cohen,

'. .,. .. country also. By jet she attended Cromartie of Savannah, Ga. Sheis Sept. 9, and Mrs. Annie Faison,
.. y of Brownsville
'.. ; the swearing In ceremony a teacher at the Sept. 15.BIRTILDAY.

.: "c.,.,.:),: TIiat.I her son as an attorney there to in Aurora Washington -, Junior High School.
From
Chicago, Lima, Ohio; Florence BET WISHES to that grand GREETINGS to
.4 and Montgomery, Ala. Her travel "Hoosier" A. S. Parks at Rev. Edward T. Graham, Eloise
__ sxx-xs' By RUTH N. POLITE fling was timed to attenda FAMU. He is in the process of Brown, Florence L. Greer, Lucy
and provide adequate Regional PTA meeting in Day- removing himself from the list McPhaul, Linda A. Squire,
FAMILY PORTRAIT OP TIlE I children The walls of tona Beach. She has worked of eliglMe bachelors. Cleo Jollivette, Marguerite V.
WEEK. The Range Family. Jericho lunch programs.Itegan to tumble when with and for PTA's for 23 Miller, Sept. 23; Woodrow Blue,
Marie Williams, Christine Foil-
admittance of Front
the first few years she applied for years.
Within Rosalind Williams La-
Sr., son, Gary, to attend GEORGE W. TINKER lings, ,
the late Oscar Range her young and center ;
that After Juana R. Cohen, Kathy Y. Sims,
came to Miami, he met and Orchard Villa School. I'KACTICAI. NURSE GRAD and Mrs. DANA DORSEY Helen Wooten, Dorothy C. Cul-
and being
of litigation Tinker was
Wilkinson. Mr.
months
Athalle CHAPMAN!
married M. this intimidated by phone and oth- UA TE. In an impressive cere- and certificateof mer, Sept. 25; M. Maceo Hay.
to
He was introduced girl by methods, the doors of Orchard mony at Northwestern Senior presented a pin the Air Force in wood, Gloria A. Nelson, Step 1.'I -
light-hearted er Service by
charming, all and Adult Education Cen- C. Reed, Pauline H. Smith,
Williams. To Villa were opened to High 20 of faith- any
cousin Estelle 18 recognition of years 'I
his afternoon Lillie
Willis
Sunday Ruth Homer
ter on ,
married in children. federal service Mrs.
were ful
he exact they presented
were
nurses Moses Williams
practical Thompson, ,
1937. To this union four children who were: I Chapman is the newly elected
lady They
This remarkable certificates. Sept. 26; Henrietta Sweeting,
Patrick
N. Phi
were !Worn: : Myrna, 'is a graduate of Booker T. Catherine Blotch, Florida National Secretary of Iota Selma T. Ward, Sept. 27: Tho-
Oscar and Gary. Washington High School, served Brown. Verdine Coe, Geneva Lambda Sorority.A mas J. Patterson; Albertha

In the spring of 19(50 Oscar for six years as president of Cox, Mary England, Mellonaise GREAT MATRIACH. The Woodbury, Carmetta P. Lyons,
Range Sr. died, leaving the full the Liberty City PTA and 8 Fluitt, Edwina Hardy, Thelma Beloved Mrs. SUSAN ELIZABETH Fredericka Wanza, Shavawn
responsibility of caring and years as president of the Dade Hicks, Florence Johnson, Syl ALLEN, affectionatelycalled Peterson, Stephanie R; Jones,
providing for the children as County PTA Council. via Jean King, Brenda Lowe, I "Mamma Lizzie" was Sept. 28; Alonza Jackson, Os-
well as keeping the Funeral She Is a member of Holy Redeemer Eunice Mitchell, Nellie Nichol' laid to rest among the things morne D. Carey, Theophilus E.
Home Intact. Mrs. Range, who Roman Catholic Church, son, Larclna Robinson, Eddye she loved so well in Key Hammock Louis A. Stokes,
was always an integral part of Zeta Amicae of Zeta Phi Beta M. Sample, Ella Slier, Carolyn West. Last Saturday the great Cluade E. Adside Jr., Mildred
the business has kept things Sorority, Cwest Club of Miami; Williams, Charity Willis. Rev. E. and near great paid their last Ambrister, Sept. 29; Ozora Shell,
commendable man Phyllis Wheatley Art and Social Graham was the speaker for I
Within T. to this wonderful woman Rosalyn Smith, Kenneth Green,
respects
a two year perlor Club and the Willing Workers
nero the occasion. who had lived in their Naomi Gay Willie Mae Hamil
much has:; been and accomplished.New renovationshave Club. She is also a memberof of midst during most of her 82 ton, Lydia Robinson, Sept. 30.
additions! the Board of Management
been, made in the business! the YWCA. LEADERSHIP CONFER- years. She was married to Rev.
home has been purchased, ENCE. This eight annual con- George Allen for 62 years. He TIIOUGIIT FOR TilE WEEK:
a selected
and she has graduated from the Mrs. Range was her ference will We: held at FAMU survives her Mourning her "False friends are like our
Year" for
New England Institute of Anatomy "Woman of the the- (Perry Paige Building); October passing were eight children; 35 shadow, keeping close to us
and Embalming, as of outstanding services to 5.6. It is sponsored jointly by grand children; ten great grand when we walk in the sunshine,
Sept. 14, 1962. community. She is a speakerof FSTA, NEA, ATA, and the children; a great great grand but leaving us the instant we
and is worthy of being
note "
of Education. Using child. Relatives attending the cross into the shade.
the children? N. State Dept.
What about called Christian, Daughter
The funeral from town
our were:
Patrick, the oldest Morehouse son, has Wife, Mother, Good Citizen and the Teaching theme Profession"Improving- Goals to Mesdames Leola Dawkins, Hazel

graduated and from the New England Outstanding Business the Woman. Go," the conference will be cen- Sanders, Delores Covin, Paul Job, Opportunities
!
College
Congratulations May years
priorities Allen Alexander Allen Jr. William
Institute in Anatomy and Em- into fulfillment all tered around professional -
balmtnt It was he who man- ahead bring have de 19621965. large delega- A. Allen, Jr. To the be- .The. Greater. Miami. Urban
of the things ever
aged the business while his sired. you tion from District 10 is expectedto reaved family, my sympathy is League. announces job opportunities
mother was! away in school for attend the meeting. extended.A for the following positions

the year. Oscar Jr., is a freshman listed below. For., fur-
student at Tennessee State PE11EGKINATOR8. Mr. Da- PATTERN IN PUBLIC RE NOTE OF SYMPATHY. To ther information regarding the
College: Oarv is attending Or- vid Julius, owner-director of LATIONS. The gala party given DEAN DAVID H. DOBBS and announcements, contact H. Al-
chard Villa Elementary: Myrna Sunlight Beauty School Is setting by Bonded Rental Agency at the bereaved family: I who len Wheatley Jr.:, of the Leagueor
has graduated: from Knoxvllle quite a pace in his businessand Hampton House for its employees shared the warm friendship of call FR 16476.Bus .
College and Is now Mrs. John vacation jaunts. From was a pleasing gesture in your mother for many years,
Lee and living in North Caro his second home located In this area. Last Saturday night share the sorrow of you and Operator
Kingston Jamaica, he went to will long be remembered by all the family at her death. Automotive Mechanic

lina.Mrs.. Range's contributions to Panama, Baton Rouge, Columbus of them. Two hundred or more, SYMPATHY. Realty Assistant
I Life GuardRecreation
Ohio. Before returning to With heartfelt -
the community are many, She Including their guests were
is best remembered for urging Miami he attended the 43rd an- treated to an evening of a su sympathy and kindest SupervisorPool
and petitioning the school nual Convention of the National perb floor show, and exquisitefood thoughts for you S L. :McNEAL Manager
in the loss of Welfare Interviewer
board to build new and better Beauty Culture League. prepared by the "caterer your sister.
school house facilities for all Theta Nu Sigma National So. !supreme" Sy SIflinger. Bonded

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--- - hart, was director master, Charles of ceremonies.A. Lock- TV Service Calls $!." 1

Central Life Insurance Co. of Florida employees lie recognized from the Pompano presence, Fort of I

Lauderdale, Perrine as well as ALL MAKES-ALL
MODELSLARRY'S
"YOUR FRIENDLY COMPANY" those from Miami. Introduced

MODERN AND ATTRACTIVE POLICIES FROM to the audience were Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Markowitz, owners, T.V.
$1,000.00 UP TO $50,000.00Whole of Hampton House Presidentand WE BUY
SELL AND TRADE TV SETS
Life Endowment Educational Mrs. L. L. Brooks, and general
manager of the company, RADIOS, HI-FI AND STEREO REPAIRSWe

Mortgage Redemption George P. Harth. Sell Used TV on Credit

Retirement Combination Hospital THE AMERICAN Association 1551 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1-8024

And Home of University Women invited to
Its first meeting of the year
ALSO three qualified men to present

Family Group Plan facts that should be known The Town's Talk.
about the proposed Seadale'sModern
Father, Mother and all Children Under 21 Years of Oil Refinery which is
Age Insured Under.One Policy the cause of much unrest in Amateur Nite'* Y
many circles here In our town. ,
New-Borns Automatically Insured After 15 Days The, speakers were E. N. Davenport Every Thurs. .. .$ g

REPRESENTATIVES AND BRANCH OFFICES civil engineer; Walter
Weiss, former chairman of Metro -
STATEWIDE IN FLORIDA AND ALABAMACall Commission and Verne Wll av

for representative in your city for additional hams Miami News. On hand tc MODERNTHEATRE ?A w

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GRADS ADMITTEDTO I SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1962 PAGE 3 ,

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UNIV. So. FLA.The Knights of'PythiasThere

first real crack In the was a meeting held at
walls of Florida's white institutions I the home of Mrs. Malissa Harris
a d : of higher learning by 10044 Jcssmlne W. Perrlne.
: products of Negro junior colleges Mrs. Harris DGWC, organized
r : took place In the Tampa: sellors meeting. Attending were
?f Bay area last week. Mrs. Harris, Mrs. Leney Miles,
; the and Coun-
Deputy Worthy
The Gibbs Junior College
WC Community Court No. 81:
IL alumni Berlee Fort of Braden-
of I
Mrs. Sarah D. Belle WC Lily >
K1 ton, and Smith of St.
kA Henry Rio i
the Valley Court 58. We
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Petersburg enrolled at the University s !
were that MaggieS.
sorry Deputy
of South Florida in
Cash was not able to attend.
to mark the first time
Tampa
Senior Sir George T.
Deputy
Negro Junior college graduateshave Cash and Junior Deputy Sir
Ifeen accepted ofFlorida's
by one Walter L. Belle are asking all
white institutions
on and Calanthes and the
I. u a ti wu e the undergraduate level. The pubic in general to attend a
two will begin Junior year stud tea at 17101 SW 09th St. It will
-.... "- .__-Wt -........ _Ma ies as mathematics majors. be sponsored by Courts of Calanthe. .

Gibbs Junior College itself Mrs. Harris is the Senior
Miamian Is Cashier At Hazel began to integrate its faculty Deputy; Mrs. Maggie S. Cash
and student body by. appointingtwo Junior Deputy. Time: 330: p.m.
white Instructors to Its Sunday, Sept. 23. .... f
Park Race Track !staff and by accepting several To Royal Palm Lodge No. 81.: Receives Service
white students. Sir Abram Grace is the Chan.
I The Detroit Chronicle recent. Jones and his wife, Eliza cellor Commander. Sir Eugene CitationIn

ly carried a very interestingnews beth and their two-year-old Dt. Elks To Brown is vice Chancellor. We a recent store-wide meeting .
Denise, shown above, are looking to hearing from who
report on William H. daughteri 1941 Miles C. Jennings, resides -
is
I Jones. Under a double column Sturtevant. He at 3200 SW 32nd ave. was
picture is the caption, "William employed at the Detroit Race Sponsor SeanceThe you.Faith awarded a 15-year service emblem
Course and the Hazel Park of Lodge No. 32
I Hope G. Miller,
H. Jones, a Popular Fellow by Mr. Sam
I he's a cashier at friendly Race Course during the spring Daughter Elks of Great. had their meeting Sept. 18, Pre. manager of Sears Roebuck and
) Hazel Park Race Track." and summer, and at Hialeah er Miami Temple No. 769 will siding was Sir Robert C. Downs, Co. located in Coral Gables.
j?, and Gulfstream in the winter.Let's entertain their many friends Chancellor Commander Keeperof The< emblem, in the form ofa
Jones is a Miamian. He with a seance on Sunday, Sept. Records and Seals Is Sir Arthur pin, represents years of faithful
the Miami
graduated from Dorsey High, hope take the broom racetracks 30, from 4 to 6 p.m. at the spacious L. Bowns. and loyal service to his
and after 37 months in the away; home of Dt. Lula havo
Mae Ahmed No. 2 Dramatic company. These years
Temple
and him in cashiers
I Army, he returned home and window put this winter.Announcement.a Yancie, 2028 NW 5th place. This Order Knights of Omar been profitable to both Mr. Jennings -
secured a job as janitor at the event will be quite thrilling and Walter L. Belle, grandmogul and his company. Not
Hialeah race track. those attending will receive Votary, is asking votaries to at. only in a monetary way, but also !.
showers of blessing. for the high esteem In whichhe
tend the Calanthe Tea and also
He recommended to the
was his friend
is held by many
present post by the Hazel Park An extraordinary spiritualistic get ready for your anniversary. in the organization. Miles C.
Frank who medium will be present There will be a call meeting
manager, Steper, Jennings, has also accumulated
said: Usher's Union Associationwill and seats will be at a premium.All soon. numerous stock issues of Sear
hold its fourth Sunday donations will be not less Sir Walter L. Belle, president; Roebuck and Co. during his
"I have known Jones since 'I program at St. Matthey Church, than $1.00. Rev. Helpus good Sir Robert C. Downs, secretary 15 years of service to the Co.
1919. He has been
always a re between 3rd 4th luck tree will be sold as long .
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worker. I was happy to recom be 25 cents and a large one
mend him." be sponsored between St. Mat 50 cents. Tickets will be sold
thews Junior and the Junior for $1.00 but if fall to
you purchase
Jones is one of the $2 show TV Free Service ChargeWITH
cashiers at "the Friendly Ushers Association of the Un the Daughter Elks will
Track." He pays off bettors ion. Rev. N. F. Clark. accept your donation at the
valid $2 show tickets. On Wednesdays door
when there are eight Deacon David Hudson, president THIS AD
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'.. ounty Real Estate i. . ..'.'u..L.I..u.a..a..u, ,f H

,,.. __ _... ?. -w -. _' 'Board< meeting and Auxiliary Sunday held August aotnt '1 r i sit M t3QW8 tit l'hUa' Eastern''A.f11tlA months/fet, aftel1 A J st9V
I .. 26, at the residence of Air, and 1at i .1s''ln..Q\ tity ns thegueat' of three visitihg 1+'M
-=--, ....- :...- .._. .-. .. -.. 1 oJp MtiadUWs, her daughters frietids.
-" -- Mrs: Cliff ,Paker. uf' I1 lri."PI1'Ura:. and { MtaJohn
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_. -_. ---__._.- il.,,. ,,,. 4 *--.-'V-... >, .fc:{| 'J The' president, ,J, A Summon 1301wNV.JJ1t .,Sty. .. ?Willis p1; M W lian1s IS s
Main Orfll' at 0740 N.W. 15tb ATenuo'hhnne,01.0121< t In his, usual\ mariner t" the farmer yivial 'Th omllsbn
flrnmh ftl H2oN\V.. Third Ave., Atiaunf"( JKJorld+ =_li>one'TR ,32230 Members were reddened by tM i I' Mafllh Conley of Nassau and the broutt Another df a lhye-
--- 1 .. news of deaths In the famlllle* spent.a, fettnyS .m Miami!, returning ly daUgtim V .,.
II. 12. SlfilSMUND .REEVES Editor and Publisher'.-'
; and Rudolph Tuesday
of John Barkley borne) m ; Mrs, Th0nip'sorras. .gratiollsly
GAIUH, REEVES, Managing Editor's ,'- the absence -
.
of \
Pullom. Because
\ entertalt1ei'tytij"; troutf
- *-, ... -.. ''% Mrs. of
: SUBSCRIPTION HATES '. \ ':) 3? of secretary Pullom \ :Mrs 1tel ri k 'Srnlth of Den- her daughters ; friends, ; Mb.
'9NIn.n r.t'.$5.00 SIX MONTHS, 3.00 ,FOREIGN.I .OO Blanche Dean served as secre:, ver, Colo; ", is in the city to be Ernest yne"?M r. &tld Mr' Jqo rdon,
\ of her mother, Mrs Floyd, : Mdrgie
I at the bedside. L14rs 1 Chase
t :' ,....\ tary.Mr.. Summons who National Mrs. Florence Cooper who has and Mrs Amdrig the
Constitution\ :,Week. ,' .s ,: elected delegate to the been ailing far sometime.( While group was the pastor 'of Second
r i which met in Dallas, bf Mrs. Frances Church the
, :r meeting here she Is feUest anaan Rev. John
,This is Constitution! Week, America celebrates the Texas, made an informativeand J oHiveHe.I P. Ladson. Mrs. Thompson is
;175tli'anniversary"of the most"important document. "written interesting report of the the mother of Eric, and John
sessions. Miami received art overwhelming Mrs :.Lillian Thbmpson re Thompson. Eric just completeda
in the of the United Stalt Under its
history s. 'provisions I
ovation for being turned from New York City byRinkydinks new home in Fort Lauderdale.St. .
the united States, has become one of the.leading nations the first group in Florida to organize .
of stile world. a Real Estate Board and I
This document been times The have an active and enthusiastic Luke Observes
has amended 2,1, : auxiliary of which MM, Cliff Begin .
:first ten amendments, known as the Bill of Rights, :was Baker is the president. Floridawas 45th AnniversaryThe
'ratified in 1791. represented by Mrs. Ora D. Club YearMrs.
Taylor of Miami and Preston St. Luke Baptist Church,
The most important amendments to Negroes are ,Corrine Anton was .
Tillman of West Palm Bearh. 210 NW 6th ave., Fort Lauderdale
the 13th, 14th and 15th. Under these they have been\'able Mrs. Summons accompanied hostess to the Rinkeydinks last Rev. 'R. G. Hall, pastor,
by fighting through !the courts to secure some of the rights her husband to the convention. Wednesday_ evening. New memo will celebrate its 45th anniversary .
granted under this Constitution. Mr. Summons gave much information ber Ruth N Polite was formally Sunday, Sept. 23._
on the Mortgage/ As- inducted into the group. The ,Guest speaker at the morning
There are some Southern States still exercising every sociation which is an outstanding following officers were, elected: service ,will be the Rev. L. A.
power at their command to deny Negroes the right to business In many states be Flo Hawkins, president'iJb Thompson, moderator of the Atlantic
vote and also other guaranteed rights. However they' are cause of its value to Real Es. rite Anton, vice; Zelma':Black, I Coast Baptist Associationand
finding it hard to kick against the pricks.. tate brokers who Interested recording secretary:>Rut&> ,1>N. minister of Temple Baptist
In mortgage financing.W. Polite, correspondingc secretary. "' ;"..,Church. .
Just how these hard {boiled souls could recite, or do C. Cogdell and Wayman Ann Greaves, financial secretary :The Rev. J. W. Toomer and
recite the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag of the United Evans thanked Mr. Summonsfor ; Portia Bannister treasurer congregatllon of First Baptist
States, passes our understanding.When such a splendid report. The ; Betty Cooper, parliamentarian Church will be In charge of services
1903 meeting will be held in ; Mary Colden, chaplain. ,at 4 p.m. Immediately following
a governor is willing to go to jail, and sug- Chicago.J. Other members are Ann there will be a "Feastin
:gests others do the same !thing in order to prevent one Ne- R. Taylor, an outstanding Lindsey, lona Buckholtz, Fran. the Wilderness." The publicis
gro from, entering a state, university as ordered, by the realist in the community, gave cina Patrick and Janie Reeves. : invited.DENTISTS' .

court, one wonders has this good governor ever read or much the information 4,000 Negro that homeowners concerns : .

tried to interpret our Constitution. In Miami who are not aware
of, their forty million dollar In-
New Executive For Urban LeagueThe terest which they have that en- ;OFFICES
titles them to have a voice and .
Greater Miami Urban League at its: meeting on'Vednesd'ay obtain many things that will
chose its new executive director filling the make life more livable. During EDISON CENTER DENTAL BLDG.
vacancy caused by the resigning of Daniel Lang. He is the month of September there i;,,
James D. Whitehead, now director of the Urban League will be the an public organization of the value to Inform of ', 6130 N.W. 7th Avenue

of Greater! Cincinnati. He will assume his duties in No- Negro homeownership to the
vember. extent of forty million dollars. Reasonable Prices Free Estimate
Since Lang's resignation in June Mrs. Gaitha Marti Attorney G E. Graves addres
sed the Board '
in the first of ,
:. PHONE NUMBER 757-2741
nez served as executive director, and she has done a mar- three series of lectures on wills,
velous job. The league owes 'her a debt of gratitude. codicils and estates. Facets of
Plans are now being made for !the League's fourth real estate transactions were
ably discussed and much
annual Equal' l Opportunity Day Dinner in November.Mrs. learned. A question and answer was
.
Louis Glasser, who has been so successful as period followed. These ques-I. '
chairman of this annual event, will be in charge. Dr. Ira and tions were answered, readily HUNTER :DRUGS

P. Davis is 'president of ithe League. Graves was adequately given a rising Attorney vote
of thanks. Pay your light bills here No extra charge
A Mayor For Metro The second part of this semi- '
nar will be continued at the Money orders sold Free delivery
Among future changes in our county government next meeting at the home of
might come !that of a County Mayor; also reducing the Mrs. Lillian Baillou, Sept. 30. -s =: !
number of commissioners from 12 to seven or nine. That This being election time all

suggestion is part of a plan announced by County Mana- board asked and to auxiliary be: present.membersare CHARLES HUNTER, Registered Pharmacist

ger Irving McNayr in a television speech on Monday Mr and Mrs. Ricardo Clarke
night. McNayr also favors abolishing !the incorporatedcities daughter and sonln-law of Mr.: 595 N.W. 20th Street Phone 373-6594
in Dade County. At next Tuesday's' meeting he will guests.and Mrs. J. A. Summons were

ask Metro's commissioners to appoint a citizens committee The hosts spared no pain In
to study the cona61idatioti. proposal. He said if making the evening an enjoy
thorough 'study 'shows- that consolidation_ will not work I able one. onny Wright thank. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC-. :-" .
ed them in behalf of the
he will abandon' his group.
plan ,,' ,
7L :
What the commissioners will do about the study re- IV The M. S. ALLEN FUNERAL HOME

mains to be $een.Some of them? are in favor of it. Even if Fine ArtsConservatory 1744 N.W. 3rd! Avenue FR 1-3343
the study' is made and: reported? favorably there will be .
plenty of opposition from (these 27 cities. OPENS Is still serving this community; usual ,at l common sense

Manager McNayr sees this plan ras. a" necessity. lie ITS llth SEASON prices the same staff which served you ,under 'the lateowner
says ultimately it's got !to happen. Music Dance Art Drama I ''
Mrs Mildred S. Allen, is still available for your sympathetic
'
Sun. Sept. 22 10 service whenever
the
-2 need occurs.
Governor Farris Bryant has named Vice-Mayor
Henry Balabafa as Judge: of the Circuit Court to fill the 615 N.W. 60th Street CALL FR 1.8343

unexpired term caused by the resignation of Judge Phil- Phone 757.1351
lip Goldman. The City Commission appointed Attorney

Sydney Aronovitz, nephew of the late Abe Aronovitz, to
fill the seat vacated by Balaban. -


Report on Police SurveyThe .

City of Miami in its quest for better government
had the International Association of Police Chiefs Cou

cil conduct a survey of Miami's police force and, fire de EBONY FASHION FAIR
partment. The findings of this association have been made

public and are being discussed. The cost of the survey was WITH ANOREWi1t i

18000.On Monday evening City Commissioners% pleased*'.with [( FiAO( '

the recommendations made, gave their stamp of approval.City .
Manager Melvin Reese, Mayor Robert King PRESENTED BY r,
High and Chief of Police Walter Headley also agree to a Gamma Zeta Omega Chapter
change, although' Headley had some question marks. ALPHA KAPPA
Changes include appointment of a supervisor for the ALPHA SORORITY r

Police and Fire Departments and Communications. Chief OCTOBER 21 1962
Headley is to serve under the new 'Chief. The present' 11 ;

police divisions would be reduced to five, there will be DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM
three assistant police chiefs, changes; in the detective de- *
partment and elimination of horse and harbor patrols. TICKETS ON SALE AT; i

The director of lAPC's Field Service, in making the NORTira TRAVEL BUREAU'PAGE HAMPTON HOUSE

report points out that Miami is spending more money COMMUNITY DRUG nUNCIU PARK LANES ,
than cities of comparable size' on policing yet has 'a higher BROWN SVILLR DRUG

crime rate.






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People are ', ahvay$' talking l
about, money, and how hard it
} Id to hang on to( It. Someone
once asked 'Why money Is called
'dough," when dough sticksto
your fingers. I, guess it's be-
'use everyone k-needs it.It .

I, ,",., ,; I II .! has' also been said that
''' :);tllJ I1"' fi 1 C'G: ,, :: : since a fool and his money are
I ,. ".,m. .:: ,, ,, ; sodn parted, now did he get it
I In the first place? He must
Jollivette Plaza at NW G3ic tafson of UM is interested, have Inherited it.
St.. and 25th Ave will share ir along with several' top Catholic '
universities. t used'to.lvonder why a hundred
the proposed $175,000 a year Christian Hospital Is finally dollar bill la called a "C"
day care I centers for Senior coming into its own as an Institution note, since, I never "C" any.
Citizens The fifi-unlt project behind of community service. I've come to the conclusion ;
Steven's Market Is a beautiful The resident staff doctors re that ItH really called a "sea"
compact housing develop cently gave medical'' examinations note, and that's because it's
ment. We hope more low rent to the entire Northwest. hard to land.
housing will be Built: for o u r ern football team and letter
Senior Citizens. have been sent to the other People used to shop at the ,
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four high school principles Inviting big chain stores to save money.
Paratroop veterans of World them to avail themselvesof Now they shop there to save
War II can keep in practice 11 this special free service. The stamps. The success of this Dena T. Goodman
they contact Major King or hospital got two anonymous $500 premiums "gimmicks" can be, I
Captain Lewis at the Kendall donations last montre.from Negro noted at the redemption centers
Armory. Two units of Special citizens. where there's a stamp-ede for Marries Fred Pickett
Forces, Army Reserve arc i the "free" merchandise.
teaching troops of friendly nations white By the way, do you know of
Most of our publicschools
(mostly CUbans I guess,) anyone who has bought a chainin I had luncheon
bear names of famous At high noon Saturday, Sept. wedding party wedding -
chain store .
ftow tq combat guerilla HXVad8J a Fred Pickett the HouseIn
Americans but among our Ne 1 Mr.. and Mrs. at Hampton
.,. I /ni:I IWhat's I '. ''gctilschools there are far too were joined In I .holy: wedlock. celebration of the union.
Edward T. Graham The couple spent the weekendat
(' f1 l :I' many,Waqhlngtons and Carvers Free The Rev
: There,. "are many famous Negroes X-rays at performed a unique double ring Virginia Key Beach. They
this? The YMtJA! lis who have never been so ceremony In the presence of a reside at 765 West 23rd St, Hla-
offering a course' in""Auto Me honored. What about ,Hiram H Ritz and Frederick'sChest few Intimate friends at the Mt. leah
chanics For Women. It should Revels, the Mississippian who Zion Pastorlum.The .
come in handy if their auto? was the first Negro Senator in X-rays will be available Your Child Deserves The
get stalled on the expressway the United States Why don'twe at the following locations bride, formerly Mrs. Dena
Negroes In the Southern name the new school on this week for all Dade County T. Goodman, wore a waltz Best in Music, Dalnce, Art
California area are planning a 20th St. and 10th ave. Hiram It residents 12 years of age and length mint green chiffon dress
Negro-owned television and Revels Elementary School? Mall over. with white accessories. The Fine ArtsConservatory
radio station. It's a non prom a card to the school board. The Christmas Seal Mobile bride's only attendant, Miss E.
corporation under Dootsie Wil Chest X-ray Unit of the Dade C. Thomas, her sister, wore a
hams of Dooto Records who is County Tuberlulosis and Health beige embroidered silk organza: Opens
getting ready to move into his Sorry to learn of the death Association will be located dress with crimson accessories.
office building in of Leroy "Spike" Washington in Thursday Sept. 20 at 000 NW The groom and his attendant, Sun. Sept. 22 10-2
L.A. Jacksonville Sept. 6. Spike wasa 3rd ave. Friday.. Sept. 21 at the Palmer Stepherson of Hialeah, ,
top newspaperman for many Ritz Theater, 027 NW 2nd Ave. wore dark suits.Afterwards i I: 615 N.W. 60th Street
years on a numUer of weeklies For the week of September the and
Many Miamians will be at the Don't miss the CBS Re- 21 through 28, Monday through I couple Phone 757.1351
First Unitarian Church Sunday ports telecast Wednesday nighton Friday, the unit will be locatedat -------
morning to hear Rev. Joseph .Mississippi and the 15th the Frederick's Discount Cern
Barth preach the final sermonin Amendment." It's all about how ter, 1834 NW 7th ave. Mondays, FINEST SELECTION IN MIAMI
the church before it is torn tough they make it for a Negro Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 10
down to make room for the to register to vote, In Miami a.m. 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. 5 p.m.
North. South Expressawy. Rev the voter registrars are court Thursdays hours will be 12 to LOVELY HOMES OPENLow
Barth was one of the true liberals teous and polite and, still we 3 p.m. and 4 to 7 pm. Friday,
in Miami before he left seem apathetic about gettingour 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 3 p.m. to 6
for Boston in 1955 Dade names on the books to vote. pm.JACK'S Low Down Payments
County Junior College i* of I I
fering adult classes on totally :. EZ TERMS! LESS THAN RENT

non-segregated basis this year
Let's hope we take advantage MEN'S WEAR 4009 NW 16th Avenue

of large this number opportunity.of Negroes Quite are a I Duplex, 2 bedrooms each side. Terrific rental prop-

enrolled at the new campus on 944 NW 2nd Avenue erty on corner. 3 year old. Has everything. $14,800
27th ave. and the mixed classesare full price. Special purchaee. $450 down.
running smoothly. One
thing that Negro students learn Exclusive Men's Wear, from the top of your head to .

first Is that you get what you the tip of toes including
your
earn. They don't give "social 1016 NW 43rd Street
Shoe Shirts Suits Trousers Cap of
promotions" at Dade J. C. Hat -
Pool! Ye sir, beat the heat! Lovely CBS home with
Style and quality at popular price
huge Fla. room, garage, a, large filtered pool. Only

Wonder how many Miamians trainer COME IN AND LOOK AROUND $450 total down payment. No extra. Hurry 1 Will be
Llston'f
remember, Willie Sonny Reddish when he sold today. $15,000 total price.

fought at Dorsey Park for Miami7 :
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s alltlme great fight promoter

Duke- put Willie on "Duke"the best Slater fights Tlf HOME SERVICE CALLS $1 50 1355 NW 44th Street

ever"seen in these parts. Maybe PL 1-8381 a ,$63 per month. Ye $63 per month! Lovely CBS
some of you oldtlmers remem (RADIO REPAIR SALES TRADE-IN home hardwood floor best
ber those famous rock 'em sock area, $11,000, $500
'em matches between Battling FREE DELIVERY AND PICK UP down include closing cost. '

Pee Gee and Kid Lagula. For a I Written guarantee on all oar work

wonderful ,trip talk into with the Shaddte Miami Halrw on Payment Plan, Without any Finance Charge I .
past
fight
Ward. He remembers them all. I KNOW YOUR TV MAN AND'8AVE MONEY 833 NW 75th Street

JOE SCOTT 3 bedroom CBS hardwood floor $350 down, $72

pit you think Miami and Florida Authorized factory TV repair and sales per month No closing cost Low taxes.

are not fast growing places 923 N.W. 62nd Street PL 1.8381
f listen to this. By 1970 Florida -A ----

will New shoot Jersey past Massachusettsand In populationto 7528 NW 11th AvenueMust

rank seventh In the U. S. A I see this! 3 bedroom, 2 baths, circular Fla. room,
million to 8 mil-
5
:( lump people from is forecast for the ATTENTION wood paneled wall, fence, fruit tree, privacy. $995

I. ,,.. ,1, next eight years. What will down. Move right In. No waiting. $12,900 total.
here is
< tiring all these people
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the 0
moon
the Project Apollo FAMILY CLINICwishes
had better
exploration. So you
1015 NW 76th StreetCBS
start studying some more science I

and math if you want. Of to to announce that Dr. Murray beauty, Iarge) kitchen, huge workshop. $11,500
be In on the good lobs total. $350 down. $64 month.
course If you're satisfied with Radin is no longer connected with the
kitchen help,
being the porter or
that's up to you. Many of our clinic ----0
schools are open from 7 a.m.
to 10 pm. with adult courses DR. EMANUEL ORFAS will continueto New Home SectionSee

from reading to Russian. So the he has for the 8 our model at 745 NW 46th St. Beside comparison
ydu as past yearsat
challenge Is yours. serve
for $16,900. We have many lots In bet area to

both clinics choose from. EZ term. See today at

The Curley High School personal service with NEW LOW FEES
Knights, a football team at one Same 745 NW 46th Street

of our integrated Catholic Specializing in REDUCING and LOW BACK .
schools, are building up a big. INJURIES
Negro following at their football :'* Also folr
is a Negro equipped
The reason
games. NEWS
REALTY
triple threat halfback nam- Obstetrics, X-Ray, Pediatrics, Physiotherapy

ado wlthCarroll And General Practice
record (The Broker That Work For You
in total offense including touchdoWn LOCATIONS I, )
of 61 and W yards 4600 NW 7th Ave.
f PL
passes 4-0655
with a. scoring run of 72 905 N.W. 2nd Ave. 7509 N.W. 22nd! Are. I
along yards as the Knight downed FR 9-5769 J,' 696-3801 (Open Sunday)
McArthur High 1W last Friday I
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA \
Jacksonville Defuses Bombers 20-19

PACE <0< SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1962 ,

controlling the game Don Broaux and the catching; of --
Despite
for all but four minutes, Ml Possum Lee spelled defeat for THE PIGSKIN
Wildcats To Open RgainstSouth ami's professional Bombers the Miamians in the final mo-

I dropped their first home con ments of the event. HUDDLE
test to the Jacksonville Bears bya
close margin of 20.19 Saturday A pass Breaux to Lee-was By LUIS VIRGIL OVEItBEA
Carolina State night at Miami's Orange good for 17 yards, down to theBombers'
Bowl. A disappointing crowd of lat THIS WEEK'S GAMES, Sept.
only 3,033 cash customers witnessed 3, and two plays 22
Breaux ploughed over for the Southern at Texas Southern
the game which provedto er
The Bethune Cookman Col quarterback moved the gold
(Galveston
)
be one of the most closely score with 69 second left to
lege Wildcats will open their team from the 20 yard line to a played matches at the Bowl in Central State at St. Joseph
home
season Saturday, Sept. 22 touchdown alternating from a quite some time. play. Lane at Alabama A&M 1
at 8 p.m. in Welch Memorial 1
Stadium in Daytona Beach running game featuring Theron. Until that time, the Bombers Norfolk State at Elizabeth City I
The Bears''N.D.
passing of the
against the high rated Bulldogs Carmichael, 190 halfback and. had commanded the lead all Fayettevillo at Voorhees
from South Carolina State Col Willie McDonald, 175 Ib halfback the way, largely on the passing Hampton at Morgan
and passing to end Jerry
lege. Jackson at Prairie
View
Simmons, 180, and end John of substitute QB Tom Kennedy
Last year the Wildcats defeat Wilkins 190 lb. Ernest Sheffield, Scoops Up who arrived only the week before Arkansas AM&N at Lincoln
ed the Bulldogs in Orangeburg, freshman quarterback from from the Denver Bears.;! : :Miles at Albany State
S.C. by the score of 19.12 and Matthew W. Gilbert in Jacksonl Kennedy replaced starting QB Dillard at Philander Smith
the Bulldogs will be looking to vile, directed the gold team, 13-12 Edge Elvin Dean, who was not up to S.C. STATE AT
reverse this score. after Frazier was removed his best because of a minor in BET1IUNE
two touchdowns; one a 40 yardpass jury. Texas College at Wiley
Coach Jim McClairen, former to end Jerry Simmons anda Over MaysComing Allen at N.C. College
Pittsburgh Steelers said after hand off to freshman full The Bombers' first tally cameon Miss. Vocational at Bishop
the intra squad game Wednesday back 200 1U. Gibson who Kennedy to
Elijah from behind in the a 16-yeard pass, Tenn. State at A&T
am impressed with swept right end for a GO yard William Barber in the opening
the showing! of both teams and run. The gold team completed final seconds of the closing period. Kennedy hit FB Larry Winston-Salem at Ken. State
saw some good play on the J out of 13 passes. Kicking was period, the North Dade High Duetitt in the third quarter
FT. VALLEY AT ED
white team which failed to School Thunderbirds of Opa- WATERS
done by Wilzert Jones 205 lb.I I with a screen pass on the !
score." end and Robert 'The S ioeless", locka, defeated the Mays High Bombers' 4, and Dueitt snatched Howard at St. Paul's
Bobby Frazier, all conference Jones, 180 lb. end. Rams of Goulds by a close mar the ball and ran 96 yards for Tuskegee at Johnson Smith
gin of 13-12. Saturday afternoonat the score. It was the longest Livingston at Claflin
the North Dade Field in Opa- and most sensational run of 'Morris Brown at Benedict

locka. the contest. Shaw at Virginia Union, Sept 21
I YWCA Offers Varied ProgramWhoever Dade moved into the scoring Miami scored again in the I

column first in the opening final chapter, when Lineman
you are. from on Wednesday Oct. 3 at 10:30: stanza, after recovering a Mays Dill Frank swarmed in on Don ANDREWS' JEWELERS
wherever you come Wel a.m. There will! be eight lessonsfor fumble on the Mays' 2-yard line. Goodman and knocked the ball
come to the Miami YWCAI! The $8.00 Halfback Allan Wilson plunged from his hands on the Bear's 6. I2XPERT WATCH AND
YWCA offers opportunities for If you are interested in exercise for the touchdown. Quarterback Bob Caris, another Miami lineman CLOCK REPAIRS
physical fitness, new skills, ser- and stimulation through Leon Phillips added the pointon scooped the ball and
vice, fun and friendship, world dancing, you'll want to be a a placement kick. ran over for the up score. Both 40 Years in Unslnesi
fellowship and unique and different part of the "Creative Dance" of the
experiences. Discover the class to be held In the James E. The Rams scored early III the point BomUirs' last tries for All work guaranteed
these Scott Auditorium third quarter when Clarence were no good. Miami had
many ways opportunitiescan beginning also scored in the third FP. 3-0152
come alive for you. Let the Friday, Oct. 5 at 10:30: a.m. This Martin took a pitch-out from and the period,
Bears in 303 N.W. 2nd Ave.
YWCA fill your fall days with course will be eight weeks and QB Lee Bohler and ran 13 yds. the second.
special meaning and Interest. the fee is $8.00. j for the s ore. The try for point I IT
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was missed.
The only requirement for par.
BRIDGE CLASS I
ticipation in activities other Mays went ahead in the same WHY PAY RENT?
Fall activities begin on Sept. than membership is a medical period on another
pitch-out
29. 11 or those who are beginners statement in the case of the from Bohler to Martin which Buy one of our new custom built homes in beautiful
in bridge, or who want to improve "Swim-Gym" class. Please call covered 8 yards. Again the attempted Richmond HeightsLOW
their Lib. the YWCA Program Office for
game, come to conversion
was missed.
ery Square Auditorium and become more information and registration DOWN PAYMENT LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS
members of the YWCA forms, FR 72571. The Thunderbirds final score Several models to choose from
Bridge Class. Mrs. Effie Wil For club activities there are came as the gun was being All 3-bedrooms and.2 full bathrooms
liams, certified Goren instructor available several clubs which shot to end the game, but the
is the teacher. Cost of eight will answer your needs: The play had begun before the shot OPEN SUNDAY 2 TO 6 P.M.
weeks course is $8.00 plus 'Y' I business and Professional Wo was fired.; The Play was a Pass 14970 thru 15100 Filmors Street
membership. man's Club for the young adult from Phillips to Wilson which Ora D. Taylor agent 759-5221
21.30 years; the Y Jewels Club was good for 42 yards and the DA.YS
667-6984
AUTO MECHANICS for the older t/usiness winning touchdown. The try : NIGHTS: UN 5-8728

Special classes include "Auto fessional woman; the YWCA for point was no good.
Mechanics for Women", to be Hostess Club for young women
given at Mark's Cities Service 18.25 years serving as hos- II ..
Station, :5030:; NW 17th Ave., be tesses at the dances at the I

$ginning.1.00. Time Oct.of 5 for classes four is weeks-4 p.m. YWCA Homestead Senior Air hostess Force Base club; the for For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call 1

"Shoe Covering" don't women 25 years and older to
serve as chaperones at the
throw those shoes; away join
this two session workshop and dance at the Air Base.

learn how to cover them with BONDED
fabric to match your outfit.
Sessions will We: held in the SEE THE WORLD'S 1-1, .
Congregational Church, Oct. :3 GREAT SPIRITUALAND
and 10 at 2 p.m. Cost is 2.00.
PSYCHIC READER

SWIM GYM; BISHOP HUNTER RENTAL

For good exercise join the If yon are sick or worried, don't _
"Swim-Gym" class at Manor full to Bee me loda)'. Office hoists
Park Pool beginning Tuesday, ilally 1 |i.in. to I) |i.iu. Thursday
Oct. 2 at 10 a.m. Beginning t p.m. to 0 Sunday 11
p.m. ft.ro.
swimming instruction will be AGENCY
given also. Certified Red Cross 10 U p.m. INC
instructor in charge. $8.00 8 IlKADINUH ,
weeks.
Get into the "Golf" swing! '1.00
The
Classes begin on MondaY Oct. largest collection and rentalMISS
1 at Miami Springs Golf dloursewith op -
the Pro Ralph Allen, giv- in the
:5417 H\V 17 St. LOUISE MARTIN agency South; operating in
ing instruction. Cost for the 10-
week course is $12.50. VESTIf01.1.YWO0D Counter Clerk

BOWLING Liberty City Office ,,Dade and Broward Counties'

A "Bowling" class for women
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i 18-7 TROUNCING THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA

Liston: "I Jab To Hurt"Patterson
) Bulls Upset SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1962 PAGE, 7

t "I Will Be Vicious"

: City ChampsScoring Liston Is Most Disliked

Sonny Liston and Floyd Patterson and I fight to get out of

exchange pre-bout blowsIn trouble. I fight my own fight. 1 touchdowns In the
lrst, third and final periods, Since JohnsonCharles
October Esquire as each man always fight my own fight. It the Northwestern High Bulls Heavyweight

toughens up In his own way doesn't matter to me what the defeated the Carver Hornet by
(Sonny) Liston will Noted, though, is the ( that
for their coming major title comfortable margin of 18.7
crowd is like, whether they refer i !I Liston has that he
Stadium. be favorite only with the bet yet to prove
bout. While overcoming both I don't Friday night at Miami a
not for '
me
or me. with Pattrson's
can
mental and physical obstaclesIn attention to the crowd. I It was the first time the Bulls tors when he steps Into, the Co- cope speed of hand and magnificent foot
preparation for the big just had beaten the Hornets In sev week :
go in and fight. It doesn't miskey Park ring next Pick up your copy of this
match ahead, the champ and matter who I ever fought. I felt eral years.Approximately. for his heavyweight bout with week's Saturday Evening Post f
the discuss their attitudes 8,000 spectators
challenger
he made just one mistake. I felt today.
freely reveal their his only mistake was getting in witnessed the contest, champion Floyd Patterson,
j styles tell what makes them the ring with me. The worst which was the opening game of sportswriter Jimmy Breslln relate -
tick In exclusive interviewswith person in the world to fight is a the football season. in the current (September Furnished
Esquire author The Bulls scored in the Neatly
early
-photographer
scary person. issue of the Saturday Evening
Robert Riger, opening period, when halfback 22)) Post. The author finds that ROOMS ....
PATTERSON "No one knowsme Samuel Anderson plunged over
is "the most
LISTON: "I Jab to hurtThat's like 1 Know myself and from the 1-yd. line, ending a Liston disliked probably heavyweight this count FOR RENT
all. I don't believe in with me my mental outlook fora 46-yd, drive. The try for point Jack Johnson
has had since Maid Service
waiting until I get into trouble. try I
fight is the most important was no good.
1 fight to keep out of trouble thing of all. It is important to Carver went ahead miJwav in won the title in 1910 and had cal Private Parking

me as my training and physical the second stanza, when halfback the newspapers"white publicity" For Cars
condition. I'll bring myselfup / Johnny Newton drovtV ling for a Hope. Ann's Guest House
up to this fight and if I'm very over from the 2, ending; a Uyaid "You see/ Breslln writes," ,
sharp or lets r just say sharp drive. Halfback Isaiah "Sonny's past record is not exactly 344 N.W. 10th St.
Bundle Lanes -that's all I need to win. Men urock added the point after TD. inspiring. He has served FR 9-9155
alertness is it. If I have to Northwestern regained the two jail sentences and has 19 AND ALSO -
.hink what I'm going to do af- lead in the third period when arrests on his record. The most Lindsey'sGuest
er a punch or before a punch Leroy Williams took a hand-off recent was In June of 1961."
News 2* [ might as well give up. I will from Errol Person and ran 15 However, the article says, this House
r train hard to get vicious for yards for the score 30-year-old also has a fist thatIs 358 N. W. 10th St.
my fight with Llston. The Bulls final score came in 14 inches around, one of the
FR 1.9177
the final stanza when Anderson and
history
in boxing ,
largest
Falstaff Traveling League
No wonder this is one of the from the 3. Indf
met at Bunche Lanes Sunday, most talked-about fights in the ran over Both finalpoints he can do frightening damage
20 yard drive.
a with It.
and elected officers: Cyril Miller history of boxing.
tries were no good.
Bunche Lanes, president
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Frank Southward, vice president :
and W. L. Adams, seers
tary-treasurer, both of Sunrise
Lanes. The league; is composed<; .
of teams from Ml Club, IMnland, s : r'\
Sunrise and Bunche Lanes;
They bowl at different lanes
each Sunday at 5 p.m. The brewed 'V
teams play In competition for
32 weeks, at which time trophies -
and cash prizes will be .
awarded to teams and players
according to averages and for that
scores earned. This Sunday the :
league plays at Sunrise, For 1 t \ *,,
Lauderdale. So come and go. go, C x R ,;
go. Remember the time is 5 p.m i.
wonderfulworld
r
Tommy Jackson, head mechanic .
at Bunche Lanes and i
high average trophy winner ol
Freeway Handicap League rolls i
a mean ball. It's a treat tc
watch Tommy and his brother.,
Art, who Is employed at Clover
erleaf Lanes In bowling compe-
tition. leisure

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visited t
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Have Bunch '
1
Lanes Lounge Real crazy
Friendly room where the Satisfy your leisure thirst 4

charming Lee Whitaker, Delo Milwaukee the beer .
Baldwin and with Old one ttffi
Addle
res Taylor, i t
Allie Washington are at your brewed with a special lightness 1
service. Speaking of the lounge,, that never sacrifices flavor y1 '

It was filled Saturday afternoon .
with football fans watching the Ask for Old Milwaukeeli

U. of Miami.Pittsburgh game
on TV. Be our guest come Sat
urday afternoon.


Cyril Millers, our assistant
manager, is doing a wonderfuljob
of trying to form winter
leagues. It is a 26 hour a day
.
job, but Cyril is ambitious, energetic
and young. Can bowl I///r
196n01bad.
too averages about -- .

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_4 n. 11'1 i-'p'.? y.,, t t
Junior high scores for the $ .b sr i Sal ,; t 'Ir f'V' '
week are Ronald Harvey, Sammy :' ? ,
Bradshaw, Gerald McQueen
and Robert Robey.


Thanks to Lorenzo Smith for
his volunteer services with the
Junior League on Saturday
mornings and Ladles Night on i7 fr tw ,
K'
Tuesday. i

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See Pro GamesAny 4I' _

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chaperoned group of
boys or girls from a non-profit *
charity supported group In 4 .1'gin

Dade County may attend the ..
Miami Bombers professional:
football: home games free of
charge. Three adults may also
join the group as chaperones.
Those Interested call Mrs. Lisa
Piper at 238-3C33 for further

details.



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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA Fall Recreation "
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PAGE: 8 r,..." ..,,,SATURDAY r ..p SEPTEMBER--- --- 22, 1962 Program Begins atNortliade \ ,: .:, t .1. B CI' T"r"" : .

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....- 1' ,. ..". V-WV h. ..1.LO1GUJ.1 -<- : Monday'The : !., ,." ,

.. ,t&s&wt. I ecreatlon prpgraftwH *. : DRIVE IN THEA TRE
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9. ; I | ,beg{ i.'M tly, Sept. 24, 315: t

11fl.i p.m. The"; night program*"'-;far : OX 1-7959. 22nd Ave. and 69th St.

SP RtS'\W: RLD OVER, (, ( teenager; wilube; 'p.held m. to Mondayand'.Wednesda$7 10 p.m. I, ""-, ,-.":, ,, ,,,",- ....... .,.. --

arid" Satutda -.95 p.m. Foradults.ThursdaY..l1lght SATURDAY
'M v r 7 FRIDAY AND
p.m-
.. B." ARMBRI8TEREXCliLSIOH I.i i I. '
By LEO 10; I
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/ .. ..- -- -...._.-- _._.__._._ .. ._._... .-_.' Activities for 'the'::1alf program : ,' ..
IJ? to ,., s '-O'YVV l"Jt1# "" r "- are. Flag Football ,bowling ', Tt!
:LEAGUE Bunche1'and Sunrise, The entire basketball\ ,arts and. crafts,, 1 ''EXCEllEN' .
DISPLAYINGCLSS.{ : league;>Vfill bow! at each house table- games, tournaments,, RIY aWaRDISPECIQLME
"A" BAWLING ...' .iExcellent consecutively*.: and prizes and leagues and dances. MAGazINs
be, 'great at ,the football and : .
bowHn wart- &a trOphiet'hwUI.edson:1 Volleyball, flag f ;:PaRtNrs guide for
bowling leagues will start Mon : 11 movie
1
dence as the Excelsior League. '' Fam Y .
Rot Its' third Season off to a flying .MIAMI BOMhERSPROGRESSING!'; ,':J day, Sept. 24 I and young folkgadults

start last Thursday. AS A UNIT The North Dade Boosters : _
meeting resumed Monday, Sept. J ,,,,,<>. .,
showed it "zv)
The entire league Coach Carl Mossa found I",. ''
I /0: '''"' ..
will be held $
-
great depth of strength and Is awful hard to be cheerful after 21. Meeting every I ")h f
olMously aiming to have a his Miami Bombers had drop. Monday night at 8 p.m. : :
higher classification among the ped their second straight gameto Come out and recreate withus
) city bowlers when the tabula the Jacksonville Bears Saturday daily and nights.
tion for the city tournament Is night 20.1[. : Aff S
completed. The staff consists of Mr
The faint flickering of hope Cambridge, center director; Mr. ,
Gratitude of the entire league was Ignited by the way Tom Fox, Miss Dawsey, Mrs. Floyd,
and a hearty welcome goes out Kennedy, a 6-1. 200 pound quarterback Ar.. Bell, Mr. Gibson and Mr. 1
to three new sponsors: the Carriage from the AFL's Denver Gibson. .. -o
Club, Kenny's DepartmentStore Broncos was tossing the ball, SHOWN A 9&00-----
and the, Miami Times with good precision, two of his' ; ( ;
fct
CS1
these and all:sponsors,,'by ,sucha throws being for touchdowns. uc T E JMPIRE"REA
shown how J TV SICK, ?
simple act have JL
MCc
stand when the,questionof The 'attendance was down be. ; :
they laying a better foundationfor low expectation ((3,033)) but the Have it repaired on credit if SHOWN AT 7:10SUNDAYY
the community Is raised highly touted Miami Universitygame you live in Liberty City 'or ,.
f&tt& S&&ff ffi Z Z ..
could .
easily be blamedfor
Congrats to them all. Brownsville. Pay weekly. Free
the
slack.
'
A hopped up Hagan and estimate. r '.. r WEDNESDAY
Fonda team lost no time In The Bombers will be a rep- DIAL 690-3581 i
j under sensentative team as soon as
the knocking defending the pins champions from 12th they have been working together 2630 N.W. C2nd ST. jijiSS WArT: MIUlEENCJt4

Frame HI Hats with a com a few more games. t
manding score of 2686 scratchIn JIMMY TAKES

sweeping three games. I II A VflCWDON.s .
Ritz Theatre Starts Sunday
The Olympics, another strong yOu HAVE
contender, downed St. Clalrsi : (UL TIIB
Cafeteria three straights to ; ,FUN//.
frantic their "
hang on with a tie for first Their nights are as fast and as days .

place with Hagan and Fonda. j : .
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Teams and Individual standIngs .
after first week.

Team W L Pet. )
Hagan & Fonda 3 0 1000 I '
Olympics 3 0 1.000 o
News Realty 2 1 .667 I Y j' S "" v a ; P" a

Carriage Club 2 1 .667 FQBIAM
Miami Times 2 1 .667 I
1enny'sDept Store 1 2 .333 t 4 JOHN SAXON
Am. Fur. TV 12 .333 UAHLSONREGINALD
Hot Shoppe 1 2 .333 M '
St. Clalrs Cafe 0 3 ',.000 I GARDINER
, 12th Frame 0 3 .000 2nd feature: "INCIDENT IN AN ALLEY" MTMOUCM*
IAURIPEIERSVALEROARDA-
Individual single game high: 111J
Frank Smith 212; Freddie Ma.
son 212; Cecil Nixon 205. ,
fic lE>l iflaiuirllalluat,
Individual three game high: CAPITOL All new show. on
Colin James 584; Frank Smith

578; Cecil Nixon 570. THEATRE The:.Stage, Only the

Averages of 180and up: hot sun
Colin James 194; Frank Smith Every Wed. 9 p.m.JIMMY :
192; Cecil Nixon 190; Archie Taylor 188; Fred Mason 186; :
James Blackman 186; Darden to their ,
Baker 181 and Clyde Young 180. \ REEVES \ shamelesssin

FALSTAFF SPONSORS FIRST and' his
TRAVELING LEAGUEThe 1 I Iso
PARADE OF STARS
Falstaff Brewing Co. Is they < x.
Introducing something delight. With the Rocketeers
fully new to Miami bowlers- and Son.ationalLittle thought
the sponsorship of a traveling
league which will span two Cora .
counties, Dade and Broward. .XRA

The league Is being establish.ed plus BIG TALENT ,CONTESTI

with two .or more home $ .$ CASH PRIZES $ $ 1 :
teams
in
two of the four bowl. ,
Ing lanes, the Pinland, Mi Club, )
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Nights MU 1.7740 THEATRE ALL SEATS RESERVEDADM. FIRST MIAMI SHOWING

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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22 1962 -II-t \..
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PAE.., 9 Another 2-Star"ktlraction.. ..i,.:?.*

AKA SPONSORSEYE BROWARQ'COUNTY AT CLYDE KILLENS'tH;"' -'"


CLINIC;. r .": ;
K'NIGRt BEIT
The members of Gamma Zeta :
Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa NEWS i
Alpha '
Sorority together with
the Dade County Optometric I IMy t TONITE TOMORROW AND
Association recently sponsored _a,", ;:._ ,. .. ,
an Eye Clinic for the benefit of WALTEIl BOWS SUNDAY SEPT. '21 22 23
the -
boys and girls of the com ,
munity. The response to this .. '
activity was overwhelming as The Carver Ranches' Fire J
late arrivals to the free exam
ination had to be turned away. Department meets Monday,
Sept. 24 at 8:30: p.m., All members
During the hours 01'opera.. '
t 4. lion the various tests were administered are asked to be present. i

by the members of ', "
Girl Scout Troop 503 of Rich The Star Light
Commandarymeets
mond Heights, which is under
the leadership of Mrs. Alma J. Friday night, Sept. 21, 8
Crawford. Participating mem- p.m. All members 'are requestedto
b pens were Gloria Allen, Linda be present. Clarence Johnson ''"*
lllair, Pamela Brown, Joycelyn W. M. h
Gray, and Margaret Jones. Also
Heroines to Honor assisting with the screening
were Mattie Hood and Ella Mae The Star Light Commadary
,McGhow, future nurses of the No. 38 meets Sunday, Sept. 23
Deputy Hill Northwestern Senior High at 3 p.m. Members, please be
school present and on time. Obediah
"Echoes of a ServiceablePast Dr. Horom, a member of the Ferguson, Em. Commander.
in Masonry" will be the Dade County Optometric As- 4L
theme of an appreciation program sociagpn:*alpng with the ass Is. !
given in honor of Hen} tance,oilDr: Olmond Edwards The Freeway Handicap
me Johnnie Mae Hill by the .irairwdiahdt; supervised the per. Leagve will roll Its second weekat 4
local chapters of Heroines 65 oua administering the tests. Bunche Lanes. There are six r
DUring the workshop there was ; was
Jericho on Sunday.
an unusual amount of enthusiasm teams, namelv: Clover Leaf, ''
Heroine Hill was elevated to evident among the young Sports Shop, Branford Cleaners,
the post of Deputy Grand Most trainees. Appreciation is expressed IJowe's Barber Shop, Bunche! ; ,
Ancient Matron of the M o s t to all individuals who Park Drugs Johnson Shoe ;
Worshipful Grand Union of the ;assisted sorority members in Shine Parlor and Interstate Fi
Heroines of Jericho in Jackson. I :ifectlvely carrying out this nance. JEAN DUSHON
ville last April. annual project. Included among
Come out fans and
those see your
are Eugene
Kemp, and
Heroine Hills elevation to of. tr. Edwards, who generously favorite team bowl every SWEET SINGING VERSATILE VOCALIST
fice in the Grand Court is a extended the use of their facilities Thursday night at 9, at 2282 YOU'LL LOVE HER SONGS
milestone in Masonry in South for the clinic and work. Bunche Park Drive.

Florida. shop. FIRST TIME IN MIAMIPLUS
The program will be held .
Sunday, Sept. 23 at 3 o'clock at Mrs. Naomi Grant was the The Gethsemane Baptist
911 NW 3rd ave. hairman: for this project. Mrs. Church will observe its 10th
All officers, Heroes and Hero Edna J, Williams is basileus of annual Woman's Day all day :-
ines will regall during the the local Alpha Kappa Alpha Sunday, Sept.23.

evening of appreciation. chapter. The speaker for the day will
I be Mrs. Corlne Watts. She Is Chibkie
Board ChairmanTo the Southern Director for the w:
FOR RENT Young People's Department of __ .
NEAT, CLEAN cool furnishedroom. the National Convention, USA.
Speak at NAACP Man or lady. Privileges. Please come out and help makeit
634-4344. a spiritual high day.

State ConventionThursday Home R .,$,t 'P
#
night, October 4,
speaker for the 23rd annual session -
of the Florida State Conference "The Prophetic Cycle hath, verily, As Madam rtd
of NAACP branches will
be the Rt. Rev. Stephen Gill A ended. The Eternal Truth is now # r
Spottswood, a bishop in the
AME Zion Church and Chairman come" Baha'u'llah. Effie
of the National Board of iP
Directors of NAACP. cs ',t e

The speaker is the 58th bishop Throckbottom
of the African Methodist: THE BAHA'IS OF GREATER MIAMI
Episcopal Zion Church and succeeded ri: y % r' Pfd'
the Hon RoWert L. PRESENT A how stopper 4'' r rr
Weaver as chairman of the G. EVANSNoted .y ,V4 d7W b i k. tlr.
'WINSTON
board of directors in 1961; following ) MR. You'll ,lore him fix
Dr. Weavers appointment Baha'i Author and Lecturer /
as director of the Federal
ON"BAHA'U'LLAH
Finance WHO WILL SPEAK -.-
Housing and Home
Agency. I

FIRST TIME IN SARATOTA
I Admission Fri. & Sun. Sat.
The opening of the Statewide $1.50 $2.00COMING

time convention that the will Civil mark Rights the first organization The Lord'Of The New Age" A. __ J-- '- __ _
has ever met in this
city. The meeting will last Bayfront Park Auditorium COMING!
through Sunday afternoon, Oc
tober -. Hon. Stewart L. Friday, Sept. 28, 8:30 p.m.
UDall, secretary of the Department THE PUBLIC IS INVITED
of Interior for the United
States has been invited to address ADMISSION IS FREE
meeting. The ,
the public L
State Conference is awaiting his !:w M rMPr
reply to the invitation. _

Mrs. Ruby Hurley, S. E. Regional FABULOUS BUNCHE LANES
Secretary for the.NAACP
will address the annual Free ;.t ..
dora >Fund and Award Dinner 2282 Bunche Park West Drive
for the \State ConferenceThis
dinner will 'be held on Satur
day night. Friday night will feature OPA-LOCKA
the Youth and adult
young
NAACP leaders from across the Presents The Winter Bowling Schedule

state in a public meeting. Tuesdlay Ladies Club ..............,...... ......... 8 p.m. :
Bishop Sherman L. Greene I

presiding bishop for the 11th Thursday ............. ..... Freeway Handicap League:
Episcopal District, AME Church
has been Invited to preside at Friday Mixed Doubles ..... .......... ............. 8 p.m.
the Thursday night meetingwhen
Bishop Spottswood Saturday Junior League, 10 a.m.

speaks. Sponsored by Frank Mlrandi of Morse Holland Ford Co. BO DIDDLEY & AND 'HIS ,BAND
Neil Humphrey is presidentof
the Sarasota Branch. Host Sunday, September 23rd, S p.m. September 28.29.30
committee chairmen are John
Rivers, Housing, Miss Clara Fallstaff Traveling League Bowls at Sunrise
Williams, entertainment; Rev. 1
J. L. Stevens, program; Mrs. Lanes Fort Lauderdale .
Maxine Mays, Youth work; Little Eva Oct. 19 20 21 _
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Earnest' Deboise, publicity; Robert
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Washington, Freedom Fund; Come out and) support your favorite team"LET'S n

Edgar Gibbons, RAY CHARLES SAT. OCT. 27.I .,
ordination and Rev.uWwiam GO, GO, GO"For .

Judge, church work. MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM: ,
Convention headquarters will further information call 624-1433

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Men's Day Sunday At



I Mt. Calvary Baptist ChurchIn


the relationship of mutual speaker of the morning; Rev.
respect In the atmosphere of W. E. Sims from Friendship

love, in the experience of sharing Baptist Church will speak at 3
and by the grace of God the o'clock. Come out. Dinners will
.y men of Mt. Calvary are doing tie free to our guests.
possible to make
their everything Men s Day Sunday a great Deacon 0. L. Broomfield, chairman
t. ; Rev. E. M. Thomas, pas-
day.You tor.
are invited. Rev. P. W.
i Williams, pastor of St. Luke ,?"<""",i. t1': 'Dr.I
I
Baptist Church, will be the

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_.. USHERS'TEA '4 4 Ad.
women of Zion Hope Missionary : ,-;,w" -rt t

Baptist Church Rev. t1:'?'' :'"' ,"c;' '(', Usher Board No. 3 of Great.r .

Paul Freeman, pastor, will celebrate t:: ': dL Bethel AME Church invites
their third annual Woman's
you to attend its 17th annual
Dav Sundav at their
on
< Tea Sunday, Sept. 23 from 3:30:
beautiful new church 5129 NW
,
p.m. to 6 o'clock in the church
17th ,
ave.
wsement.: Guest speaker will

Chairman, Mrs. Louise B. je Charles L. Williams, former
Riley has arranged a wonderful principal of Booker '1'. Washing-

program that features prominent L ton High School, presently dean "
churchwoman, Mrs. Bea-: of education at Edward Waters
College in Jacksonville.

The program will also feature

Mrs. Josephine Mallory, guest
soloist. A short skit by the

members and closing with the REV P. W. WILLIAMS
Blue and White contest and REV. W. F. SIMS I I
crowning of the Queen.
a: .
You will miss treat if '
a you
A k 3j N d' 4 04 fall! to attend this affair. Daniel GREATER ST. MARK P.B. ST. MARY'S W. M.

t'.M1 Francis: Instructor at North Rev. F. L. Johnson pastor Mrs. Dorothy Major, reporter
Dade High School and memberof Mrs. Ruthle M. Scott, reporter. Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor
"r. the board will serve as master Sunday morning our pastor
of ceremonies for the occasion Buses will leave the church delivered a very inspiring mes

MRS. ATHALIE RANGE and Louis Portlock Jr., of every Sunday morning to pick sage. Sunday night we were entertained
the Atlanta Life Insurance Co.
the children for Sunday School. with a musical from
Members of Mrs. Riley's com will Introduce the speaker. In Anyone desiring to attend, No. 1 choir which was real ren

mittee are Sisters Marie Freeman Hattie charge Brace of the instructor contest is Miss please call the church. dered. M. C. of the evening was

Ruth Flowers Katie Si lis Wheatley.Mrs. ,. at Phyl There will be a a tea at the Bro. Thomas Johnson.
'f mon, Annie L. Stovall, Willie M. home of Deacon Baker, 3257 Sunday morning Sunday
Jones, Amelia Seldon, Zella Florence Washington Is NW 51st St. Sunday, Sept. 23, School 9:30: ; morning service 11
Cartwright, Corene Williams, president, Rev. S. A. Cousin, from 3 to 5 p.m. in behalf of the o'clock; evening service 7:30.:
Nora Wright, Queenie Linder, pastor and Miss Roretha Allen, Deacons' Board. Please come. There will be testimony service -
Sally Carline Frank Ross, Cath reporter. The Officers Club will hold Sunday morning. A tea will
erine Dlllard, Bertha Harrisonand f its regular meeting Sunday ,at be given at the church hall
Emma Clemens.TRANSFIGURATION. 5 pm. at the church. Please be Sunday, Sept. 23 at 4 p.m. In behalf .
present and on time. of Woman's Day. The Male
MRS. BEATRICE WALDRON Visit the sick and shut-ins., chorus and choir No.'2 wish to
I thank Mrs. Gladys Wallace, Mrs.
trice Waldron as morning speak. Myrl Gibson, Mrs. Gladys Me-
I er, and Mrs. M. Athalie Range, Fr. Ellsha S. Clarke, Jr., Vicar MT. CARMEL M. BAPTISTRev. Ford, Mrs. Marie Boykins, Bro.

outstanding businesswoman as John Bullard and all participants -
There will be a sale at tho
.
evening speaker. I D. A. Bradley, pastor who worked so hard in
home of Mrs. Ruth Singleton,
Christine
Mrs Cherry, reporterGod
the Million Dollar Wedding
2500 NW 152nd Terr on Satur. .L making
day, Sept. 22. has been so good to ''us, a success.
Rev. Joseph Barth 1 and I don't believe that we give
Our treasurer, Edwin Rogers; r yr him enough praise for his loving ST. PAUL A.M.E. CHURCHRev.
Returns has returned home from the NL kindness, and tender mer'cies. -
Preach
to hospital. May God continue to 'I We are so happy to have T, C. Kelley, pastor
grant him speedy,i recovery. our pastor and all our delegates Sunday was St. Paul's first
Rev. Joseph Barth for 16 i
the National day of worship In the new
back with us from
years the minister of the First Sunday the following officers church. The church began witha
1 Unitarian Church, will preachthe and members of the St. Cecelld Baptist Convention. They reported record crowd in Sunday
a wonderful and spiritual
final sermon at the old Choir Guild were Installed; School of 197 students and
church building this Sunday President, Sheila Clarke': vice meeting; without any malice,
j but peace and love from the adults. Our pastor, Rev, T. C.
morning. The property has president,. Sharon ,.Fennell; seo Kelley preached out of his soul.
been purchased My the state for retary, Gwennette Simon; .assistant whole The session.number 5 usher board The various boards met Sun-
use as part of the downtown secretary, Cyril Baptistc;' day afternoon were the Pastor's
will celebrate its anniversary
Miami Expressway system, treasurer, Cecil Taylor; chaplain I
this afternoon. Won'tyou Aid, Past Chairmen and the
leading into Dixie Highwaynear Anthony Clarke; organist;1 L Sunday Joint Stewardess Board. The
come and be with them?
Rickenbacker Sheryl Lewis. Members Berna-
the Cause :
Laymen's League held Its
way dette, Arnold and Roy Baptiste f- Prayer meeting each and regular -
meeting Sunday night.
N Gregory Clark Alison Clarke, -, > _. every Tuesday night.
Rev. Robert W. Sonen, minis. Dwight Fennel, Ermine Higlr9, Remember the sick and shut- Stewardess Board No. 3 sponsored -
ter of the First Unitarian Cheryl McLeod, Crandell Me-: AuthorLecturerSpeak in in your daily prayers.BETHLEHEM l a spicy after service pro
I Church, said Rev. Barth was Leod Jr. gram. The chairman, Mrs. J.
1 Godfrey Taylor,
Gertrude
'invited back from Boston to wish to thank every-
'
,. Sheryl Taylor, June Williams For 'Baha'is
preach the last sermon in the and Arthur Wright. BAPTIST one who helped to make her
l: old before it program a success.
building is torn
). :,1 down. The building was finish Mrs: Jane Lewis and Crandell Winston Evans of Nashville 1475'NW 58th Terrace Our sick members are, Rev.
Tenn.
McLeod noted Baha'i author and Rev. P.: W. Wiggins, pastor Cooper in Jackson Hospital and
r ed In 1919. Rev Barth left for Sr. are sponsoring a lecturer who has
Boston in 1955. trip to Bimini for two. The date the Faith throughout proclaimed The big day for the women Mrs. Ruth Mack at home. Visit
the Unit- them with word
and time will be announced la a of cheer.
ed States, Canada and the Caribbean Is drawing near. Woman's Day
I The Unitarians' new church ter. Stewardess board No. 4 will
is 23.
t '1,1, is almost finished. It is located will speak on "Baha' Sept. sponsor a tea Sunday afternoonon
... on the Palmetto Bypass, just Watch for the church's annual u'llah, The Lord of The New The speaker will be Mrs. the church grounds from, 4
J t ,', north of Sunset. boat ride!, : Age Friday, Sept. 28, 8:30: p.m. Clora M. Pearsall, principal of to 6 p.m.GRACE. '
at Bayfront Park Auditorium, Orchard Villa Elementary. The
Services this Sunday will be under the auspices of the Ba- speaker for the evening will be
j at 11 o'clock. The public is invlted. TEMPLE BAPTIST hai's of Greater Miami. Mrs. Inez Fryson, curriculum PRESBYTERIAN
assistant of Bunche Park Ele All members are asked to be
Miss D. L. Ilarte, reporter Mr. Winston has discussed mentary. The women have been present this Sunday morning,

Sunday will be Promotion Day the Baha'i Faith with many preparing for it a long time. We since we are having a special

:, GO TO CHURCH in the Bible School. A sped well in the known 20 Christian leaders hope to make this day the best I meeting after worship, to make
past years, and repre plans for our 14th Church Anniversary.

program has been prepared for yet.Mrs.
sented the Faith at the World Mary T. Hopkins, is the .
the occasion, which begins at
/ k
SUNDAY Council of Churches
10 a.m. held in chairman with Mrs. Corine Ken. The women of the church are
'; I EVanston, Ill in 1954. He is the drick, wxhalrman.NEW Invited to particiate in a "Stay-
We have hundreds of churchesof The No. 1 choir, Mrs. A. New'! 'author of "The Lord of the at-Home Tea," Sunday Oct. 7,
all denominations in our,com bold, president, and R. Hep. New Age" and" 'The Promised from 4.30 to 5:30 p.m. This delightful -
munity. The leaders of these burn, director, will celebrate 'Its Day is Come, commentaries BETHEL BAPTIST project IS being spon-

churches invite any and all 31st anniversary Sunday at 3 broadcast which have been recorded and 1571 N. W. 68th Terr. sored by our United Presbyterian -
people to worship with them. a.m. An elaborate program has on stations from Rev. Ernest Williams Women. Also all women
Uplifting sermons are delivered been prepared and a numberof coast to coast. pastor would like to help with a sewIng -

with well trained choirs fur the choirs of the city are expected Mr. Evans will also Last Sunday morning Rev. project for the church, hereis

nishing music.In ,to participate. The public pm. Sunday, Sept. 30 at speak the Ba.ha'i 8 Thomas Taylor delivered a won. your chance!! The women
most of our churches services is invited.On Center, 137 NW 11th Ave. derful sermon. Sunday night will have a sewing meeting at
begin: The public is Rev. Bain was the speaker. On the church this Tuesday night

Sunday School , 10:00 Friday, Sept. 28, the Wo'man's to attend both cordially meetings.invited Admission Sunday morning the No. 2 choir at 8:15: p.m.September.
?
Morning worship ,. .,. . 11:00 Day committee will sponsor is free.Miami'Times. will be in charge and at night 30 is Christian Education -
i its annual "Trip Around the No. 1 choir will take charge. Sunday. The youth will
.
Evening' worship . 7:00: .
The World" stopping at Per- Please visit the sick and shut- conduct the morning service,
-I'j. rlne. Bus l leaves the church, Ads Ins.Your and the Sunday School teachers

f.1 Drive Carefully! 1723 NW 3rd Ave., at 8 p.m. Donation Get Fast Results, reporter thanks the per- are preparing an inspiring evening
'$1.00 round trip. son who returned his book program.3rd .

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!arl T. Rowan To Speakt "Can You Raise THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA

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Urban League DinnerThe Your Child's IQ?"


"Intelligence tests for children Local Zeta Amicae In Nursing School
fourth
annual Equal Op- International Business Ma are unwise when
ortunity Day dinner will beheld chines parentsare
(IBM
on Saturday, Nov. 24, at Honeywell () emi Minneapolis.-Conductor) Just eager "to hear a high nUlmerkal Year Mirrors Action Miss Leona T. Johnson of
::30 p.m. In the Everglades Ho- Radio Corporation of America, score, writes Dr. Ben. 1238 NW 72nd St., !Is now a stu
jamin
City States (Richard's Depart. of Spock Ladies'in the October issue Members of Zeta Amicae met dent at the Mounds-Midway
el.The speaker will be the Hon. ment Store) Western Electric Home Journal. last Tuesday evening In their School of Nursing In St. Paul.

arl T. Rowan, deputy assistant Co., In., P. W. Woolworth Co., Dr. Spock continues by sayIng first meeting of the year at Miss Johnson began her studieson
ecretary of State for Public Af- Sears Roebuck and Co., Good that such eagerness sug the home of their president, Sptember 10 in a class of 52
airs. year Tire and Rubber Co. gests a worship of Intellect for Mrs. Maydell Braynon and set new students from ten states
Its own sake, which sometimes their chapter satellite this year
and Canada. Her class will tta
A partial list of firms which The Greater Miami UrlAin results in an idealization of for community Improvement, the first entering class to use
lave cooperated locally with them League invites you to help the child and a lopsidedness in civic awareness and spirited ac. the new hospital facilities to be
celebrate the
he Greater Miami Urban progress be. his development.In tion.
ing made in Equal opened this fall as part of the
In Implementing the Opportunity
.eague development of a Baptist Hospital -
for all. his article titled "Can Youth Hall was selected as
'Plan For Progress" (President I you and Educational Center.
Raise their community project for
ennedy's Committee on Equal Dr. I. P. Davis Is president famous Your Child's IQ? the 196162. Plans were made for The class will also be the firstto
Employment Opportunity) in- and Mrs. Louis Glasser Is chair. meaning baby of intelligence doctor discusses their annual scholarship tea use nursing education tele

lude. man. the effects of environment tests and, which will be held January 17, casts as part of the school's new
tells why psyhologists usually 1963. Delegates to the South. educational program.
resist telling parents the re eastern Regional Conferencewere I
IIESCA I sults of tests. selected. They are: Mrs.
Day Care Center Conducts Rachel Coleman, Juanita Sheppard Present with the group In
Dr. Spock's column appears their planning was their chap-
akes
tingillwiMae Pin
patterns, how to cut, sew and each month in Ladies' Home l place ter sponsor, Mrs. Ruth N. Po.
forkshop stuff each person completedone Journal. Spartanburg, S.C. Nov 2324. lite.

toy,
"Exploding Community Resources STAFF CONFERENCE
[ for Children under Six" .
Morning meditations
the theme of the Pre-plan- were
vas conducted
by Mrs. S. A. Ponder
ling workshop presented by
after which the staff conference
he executive director, Miss
with
was
opened the
B. Alexander for
live personnel theme "
"Our Jobs in Action. Il
of the Day Care and Kin. Miss 0. B. Alexander Introduced
ergarten Centers. the code of Personnel Practices rj4 ''t
She states that we as an and Policies. She explain.
(agency try to Improve and extend ed In detail why we must try to
[ our services each year, work within the framework of
I working with the entire family the National Federation of
I from pre-school to senior ciU.t' Settlements and Neighborhood

.. .. Centers. The work of the Boardof
The reading of the poem, Directors, Standing Commit. l \\OO rn ccxiJJ(
"A Parents Prayer to a Teach tees, executive director, pro.
er" during morning reflectionsby gram director, Senior Citizens
Mrs. Joy Haxton inspiredthe Worker, as well as the responsibilities
teachers and placed focuson of the office managerand -i: oornroID'fF@OO[
many responsibilities to other personnel was read -
I
children placed on their care. and discussed.The I
Mrs. Marie Price, committee two-day meeting closed E -S
member and well known civic with this dedication: [
worker, brought greetingsfrom We, as workers of James E
JESCA's Day Care Com dedicate ourselves, _
mittee. She urged continued To know more about what -
working together for better people really desire and need. -
community child welfare re To strive for some new way ,I' ; ..." ,
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Group games introduced by To mobilize different '*., .;j' 4 1 ., 1 1, !
our ." 't.J; ,
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of fun; a period of laughter and terest to achieve unity In dl ,. f. 'i''' ., ':
relaxation. versity.To ..1'j', "' \'C
'. .
Highlighting the morning help young and old, de "' .
session was the address, "Close velop 'and work to their fullest :
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Working Relationship Between .tot'
In this
capacity competitiveworld. .
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Community Pre-Schools" by I ',. '
Mrs.Idabelle Jackson Moseley, To think more about what we .' .. : I.
owner and director of Jackson'sToddle do, and most about why we do '".' '- I ''C,
Inn. She explained the what we do to serve our neigh .:,.;, .t ;
purpose of the Independent Preschool borhood. .'t, .
: '.
II!
operators snowing the True, this brings us to the .' \ "" .
need for cooperation of all Pre realization that we have a great 1.n.." 'II
school centers. Mrs. Moseley opportunity to serve, keeping '1'I. ,"
stressed that nursery school education in ,mind the urgency of our Job. .rt..\ : ]

Is a serious businessand I'" I j jt
should be regarded as a GOLDEN AGE CLUB !
profession not as a "Baby The meeting of the membersof ; "d
Sitters" Job. "Watch" was the the Golden Age Club at the :'i eAT

appeal left with the group Liberty Square Senior Citizens 4
:
Words-Actions Tact Charityand Room marked the beginning of ,:
HaUits as a daily guide In the coming year's activities. ; I I'f
our work with children. Plans were made for the "B i g 1.54t.l.., SHOPPER ;.'!,'

After a "Coke break and chat Party" to be given Thursday, ,.. ,- ..,.,. \'1 ,\.'o\"'" "ft,.. L P
time" Mrs. Elizabeth Bennett, Sept. 20, In the Liberty Square /1". to"". '... 'to.":,I '.1"f '."<"0..11' .
'
R.N., formerly of Chicago but Auditorium at 4 p.m. More .j. J' 4 '
than hundred Golden r. ,1. ,
now affiliated with Dade County a Agersare
Public Health Nursing Ser looking forward to this
vice discussed "Teacher Obser event. Mrs. Odessa James Is the 'i
vations.. Many questions were president, Mrs. Selena Ponder,
asked the emphasizing program worker and Dr. G. K. !
the by many group services offeredby sands: senior citizens commit. YOUR STORE ? .1
for tee
the Health Department .
very young children. .J
Guidance Problems of child
ren under six was a real buzz 1\\'

session led by Miss Wynn. She .
reminded the teachers that the chairman.ri Have Carnation Evaporated Milk
pre-school child brings with
him his whole world of joys,
fears, likes and dislikes and in I
certain family problems. For your shopping bag Mystery

this reason it Is what his nurs ...
ery and kindergarten teacher
does with and about these shopper for al/your9'roceries-
things that makes his stay pays
either pleasant or unbearable.The William Pinder, Sr. -

the work afternoon part of the session workshop.Miss was. Professional Piano Tuner if you qualify! -_2>

Victoria Simpson, home And! Repairer
demonstration agent, Depart 1935 N.W. 153rd St. :

ment County,of instructed Agriculture In the, Dade making Opa-Iocka If the mystery shopper stops you, he will ask you a

of soft stuffed toys out of Phone MU 8-3770 question. You must answer his question correctly. If (

scrap materials. Following the you have bought Carnation Evaporated Milk, and if jtiiatioiiA

demonstration'' '' ....I.....,... "In'.... ..the 11. :r use.. .. '" ..of" .... ..11'1".rr..,. .... .. .. ._. ._.-_._. ,w..flY".JI' you for all answer the groceries the question you correctly purchased, Carnation on that shoppingtrip will pay ..

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died : :: "! "Jt. t "
'1 266/WV( 49th':Sit i Monda>I "

at her 'home She i l.Is 'survived! : Vacation' '1:in West

.. by- her'mother, Mrsi'Irene-John-, "f 1-1", : .
CARDS MEMORIALS son tw p'uncles'p'bntd: t> and, Mrs 'M: C. Strother takes this
Jethro AIJ ett", and"" uncjj 9a hand method of letting her many
aunt, Rev. and Mrs. 'J.'A.'Lath-\: frends-.1cnow' that she is Back

am. Funeral services were held I!i In 'the city.:: ,
on Saturday, Sept. 15 from Antioch She left Miami July 3 and
IN MEMORIAM DapUst' Church,, spent several enjoyable weeks

i. ( : .. ,' with her children, Romayne
'a In loving, memory of my; dear .DEATHS&: t i., )'Int.l\larg l rower ,', Felda and Roddy Jr. in Oak
land ,Oakland and San Francisco
wife '' .September ;
v II( 5701 NW 24th ,court, diecl -, '
.... by, ,'Cal. .
11. She is s survived
James A. of her to
took
I Symonette son 'The 'children

her husband, Spurgean, daugh
Mrs. Frances Symonette, 806 Mrs. Ethel Brown a son many:social affair) picnics, movies -
ter ;
''I Thomas St.* Key West and the Kenneth, five' sIsters 'Mes-i i cineramas and other
late James died 'at ; ; which she
Symonette, << B playland activities in
Eva ;
dames Amy Taylor
j 5 a.m. Friday Sept 15. Viola
1 delights.
Diana. Alice and ,
palamusr Miami friends also went all
Prior to his lllnes 15 years Strong ve grand chUd-
time
out in giving her a good
ago he served in many capacities ren. Funeral services were ArnoldPerkins
she said. Mr. and Mrs.
I as a charter member of the held on Tuesday Sept 18 from '''Miamigave' 1 R
Temple Baptist Church.Rube formerly\ of ,
Elks Lodge (Atlas) in Miami fbrt"'
and other civic affairs. a lovely dinner 'het.. Airman Second Class Kelsey
She said she spent several days R. Dorsett son of Mr. and Mrs.

Survivors include his mother McCray with Mrs. Willie Sharpe, form Winfred W. Dorsett 3295
j Mrs. Frances Symonette his 5937 NW 32nd Ave., died Mon. erly of HIaleah and she gave NW
wife Miriam Miami, two sons, day, Sept. 10 at his home. He is her a lovely time. 43rd Terr and the grandson of
Alfred and Arthur Miami; one survived by' his wife, Frances; She spent two days with Mrs. Mrs. Ida Dorsett leaves Friday

daughter Mrs. Sylvia S. Rogers three brothers, William, Roose 'I Malinda Payne from Miami night for Chicago where he will
New York City; six grand velt and Ezra; an aunt, Mrs. now residing in Redwood City, visit with relatives before taking
children two brothers, John and Lula Golden; two godsons, Vincent I and she gave '41 wonderful. off for Travis Air Force
Vincent, Miami; two sisters and Donald Palmer. Fun I cheon in her honor, : Base, Calif where he will de.
Mrs. Clara S. Carey Miami andMrs. eral services were held on Tues 1 Mrs.StrQthenc! pl I >Sporf part for Mlsawa AFB Japan.

Mizpah S. Crutchfleld day, Sept.: 18, from St. 'John. ,the World's Ettr !o t ,There he ,will be" stationed' for

Key West and a host of nieces Nazarene" Y.Church., Washington, wringl "y"f ;.two years. ",' .
and nephews, cousins. and ; ? ''t :Yi" 'It' l the 'Wbst. '3 bfS8t: WW"1:1: I Airman Dorsett recently

friends. She said being so..close to it completed
:Mrs. Rosa Jones technical training at
:fLee I
she could not afford to miss it.
000 NW 69th St. died Keesler Air Force Base Miss.
-,---- Funeral services will be held Sunday, She and her daughter Ro-
16. She is survived her for the USAF Security Service.
1:30: p.m. Sunday, Sept. 23 at Sept. by had
MRS. CATHERINE DELAVOEwho the Newman AME Church in brother, Albert Tucker. Funeral mayne 'a wonderful time at He is a graduate of Booker T.
the Fair.
She said
Key West by the Allen Funeral Services"w r held. on Sept. 20 the people Washington ((1961)) and was
departed this life September that'came back from the fair
Home. Burial will be in the famIly from the Church of'Christ.Francis very active and popular among
18, 1960. disappointed were the ones who the set
plot In the City Cemetery. young
1 did not have patience to standIn
May she rest in peace. I loved : : : the long lines to see the Kelsey says he' knows he will

you, but Jesus loved you best. Richardson . :. wonderful' things) 'which the be missed by friends and relatives

Austin Delavoe, husband: Mrs. Emily Brooks Smith fair was offering. She said 'I but hopes'whenever he returns -
1412 NW 4th died Stanley had the patience and it was. he will be an asset to his
ave. Sept. 2012 NW 6th court, died Sept. "
,
grand. family and community.
13. She', leaves to mourn a 17 in Atlanta, Ga. Funeral ar
She left the Golden West in
daughter Mrs. Leila JennIngslof ,
IN MEMORIAM
rangements are Incomplete. Sur.
time
New York City brother in to spend a week attending
i a vivors Include his wife Mary;
( two nieces of Lake. three daughters Linda. Rosetta the National Baptist Conven.tlon Pinland
Joins
In loving memory of our beloved land five grandchildren and, USA Inc., in Chicago. '
a and Brenda
son Richard
a a
husband and father. She said it was a grand, successful
I devoted friend Henry Williams
sister
Mrs. Llllie} Green ...a
'ilia Services were held In the chapel brother, Eugene.; "r'. meeting. from start to BPAA

on Wednesday Sept. 19 at 2 ,."_..,_; finish.
p.m. with Rev. Thedford Johnson ,'1 She returned'to' her home .at Pin-land Bowling Lanes has

officiating. .Jesse Harris 1762 NW 62nd St. Monday. Joined the Bowling Proprietors
Died Sept. 16. Funeral arrangements Association of Greater Miami.

This association is affiliated
are. Incomplete.
CARD OF THANKS, Survivors Include' 11'* son Douglas Dorsey Class of '53 with the Bowling Proprietors

Association of Florida which in
We the family of the late 'I i The Dorsey High .School turn 'Is associated with theBowhng

ELSIE MAE DAMES I' class of '53 wtU sponsor.a Record Proprietors Associa-
wish to thank the pastor, offi MNt; >faria'8trachaii I. Hop tonight (Friday) after tion of America.:
cers and members of St. Mary's S"evenrnonthsolddau.llh.ter of 'the Blanche' ElyNorthwestern
> W. M. Church for kindnesses Mr and Mrs. Audly Strachanof football[ game in the Liberty :The ,objectives of this ,association
I a shown during our bereavement. 437 NW 4th St., apt. 3 died Square Auditorium. A'party and are to. encourage uniform,
Thanks to the neighbors of Sept. 16. Funeral, services were sale will b\, held Saturday at clean and Ideal conditions un
NW 6th Court 20th St. and held on Wednesday Sept.. 19 2 1548 NW 66th St. der which bbwllng is conductedand
70th St. for cards, flowers and p.m. In the chapel with Rev. to discourage any practice
donations;, Ebenezer Ushers Aaron D. Hall,' pastor.:of Ebenezer The regular meeting will be contrary to the best interest of

Boards 1, 2, and 4 and the ,Methodist,. ,Church. officlaing. held In room i7at_ Northwestern the game In order that the high
Francis Funeral Home and High Wednesday, Oct. 3 at level presently occupied by
ABRAHAM JOSEPH staff. ,. 8 p.m.Postal. bowling shall be elevated to an
THOMAS, SR May God bless each and even higher standing In the

who departed this life on September everyone.RUTH. Albert .. :.." .> community.This '
23, 1957. DAMES & FAMILY Auxiliary to
Mrs. Sarah Louise Reynolds membership enables Pin-
"When the day of toll Is done 3073 NW 59th St., "died Tat1 her land to offer to Its bowlers all
When the race of life Is run, CARD OF THANKS home. Her survIvors Include Meet Saturday of the benefits of the BPAA -

Father, grant thy wearied one husband Sydney, mother, Mrs. tournaments, prizes and awards.
Rest for evermore.' The family of the late. Marie Watts three sisters Mesdames The Woman's Auxiliary to
-- Mable Jenkins and Mar. the National Alliance of Postal

Mary Louise Thomas, wife Brown and Miss Essie Mae Employees will meet at the
Jorle
Church of The Door
Abraham J. Thomas and Open
\ Watts all of Washington D. C. home of Mrs. Lorenzo Williams
Alfred N. Thomas, sons Services were conducted Wed 11531 SW. 141st St., RichmondHeights Rev. H. C. McDowell pastorA.

nesday 2 p.m. In the chapel. Saturday, Sept. 22.
1 E. McNeal, reporter
Please be present and bring a

IN MEMORIAMIn new member. Everyone is talking about the
Miss Essie Mae Coats
Who resided at 1981 Rutland Mrs. Alston J. ,Scott is president plans for our new sanctuarythat
I loving memory of our beloved ; w St. died Sept. 15. She Is survived ; Mrs. Fernley R. Taylor, we have been looking at
wife mother and grand. and studying. We are preoccupied
her mother Mrs. Tom. secretary.
mother by ,
In building worthy and wore
j ___._._____u...._ mle Coats, five sisters, Mes- shlpful sanctuary. It will be
dames Doreen Marshall and An-
SUNLIGHT dedicated to God In the pro-
Christine Mandy Mae and
,
1! nie Mae Rhome and Misses cess"letts not forget that only
: Yvonne four brothers, Daniel God within the lives of people"
Otis Northern and Lester. She CHATTER BOXHello can:make a church. Th: heartof

'H i Q s. at will be on view In the Opa- It exPend.1 man Is his true temple.
*
locka chapel from Friday until friends we .
Circle of the Women's Fellowship
greetings, giving you the highlights -
11 Saturday. Services will > .
a.m.
met at the home of Mrs.
onxthe happenings at.
follow at 2 p.m. In the Liberty I Kelly C. Wilson
rr' Sunlight School of Beauty Cul Tuesday night.
City chapel. ture. The students enjoyed thebeauty Mrs. Thena Crowder Is the pres.

clinic held at the Sir ident.

Curtis A. Bell John hotel. There were many
The Educational
In new and ,interesting and Committee,
j) 4827 NW, 25th ave., died styles under the guidance of Clifford
""""""" ...._-- the VA hospital Sept. 18. He demonstrations shown. We are Matthews met Tuesday night at
will be sent to EVansville Ind. unusually busy and excited preparing the church.
MR. CLEVE SUMMERS Friday morning where services for our graduation. We
wishes to thank its many and burial wljl take place. Survivors will let you know of the coming
friends for their cards letters are his widow two sis events in our next column.
telegrams flowers cars and all ters Mrs. Loraine Howard' of The students anticipate two ST. BARNABAS
other gestures during its recent EVansville and Mrs. Martha wonderful days Sept. 20 and 21
period of bereavement. Couch of Springfield Tenn., a Jtwill be our class day and
Special thanks to the Rev. S. brother, Joe of Pittsburg Tenn. state examination. Many stu Morning worship was led by
w A. Cousin and members of Ush dents will take the examination our assistant pastor, Rev. H.
ers' Board No. 2 of Greater We will miss them Demerltte. He preached from
NEW PROVIDENCE M. B. from Sunlight St. Luke 15
Bethel 1 AME Church the but wish them well in ; subject "Returning
.1 ____5t._'r'p",1_..___ ____u Rev. II. C. McDowell of the The officers and members their examinations and their Back to God.. All were spiritually -

R MRS. WINNIE MARIE Church of the Open Door the I are thankful to God for His future Weauty work. joined.blessed The No.and 1 choir one furnish-person
CLEARE Melzie Coleman Chapter No.2, blessings and the return of out Contestants for the coveted ed music with Mrs. Lillian
,ti Order of Eastern Star, the pastor and members who wentto "Miss Sunjlght" are working Knowles the
I who departed this life Septem neighbors of 551 NW 7th St., the National Convention. hard and asking themselves, ushers served.at piano, and No. 1

ber 21,' 961. the nurses aid of East Wing No. Remember,the Baptism Ser will I be the successful one to
6 at Jackson Memorial Hospital, vices which will'be'held In our wear the 1962-63 crown? Our Rev. Demeritte- also led the
: We I low her but God loved the Class of. 1958 of Booker T. 11 a.m. service Sunday., The shut-ins are Mrs. Bertha Tate evening worship. He preached

i- her bestilft the, perpetual light Washington High School and Ministers and Deacons Union and Miss Juanita Golden. We '.out of his soul from Psalm 139
1 rshine upomher, May she rest the Richardson Funeral Home will convene, her?....beginningwith are wishing, them a speedy re theme: "Providence and Mercy."
L in peace., : I Again thanks to everyone for the local program'Thursday covery. Music was furnished by Mrs. M.

The Cle"_ enPeoples everything.THE Sept. 17 thru Sunday. Your Your reporter E. Culmer. Visitors are always
i
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FOR SALEroom Pink Carnation TeaThe THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA .

Classified; : CDs tiff 'onf. 1rt redo Pink Carnation Circle In- I SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 22,1962.PAGE 13 :

ttult'trees. All the b th, clean..,' vltes the public- tq the Pr,tin. k .*' !.., '." **" ". J
:$ ?
,/' u.<< est; house its town" :Yzp'W.ooo,Iotlly Carnation Tea Sunday, ,Sept. 23, "The Interns" At doctors during their frenzied,
'Uf 11,' '1 .400 ttuwti a" CtJ frtofrth .HI p.ni at, the:Dixie Ami ,
,
"' ''' : all ; Park kUe'pless' all-Important year\,of
pays See orfum :
S m NW
dar 2: W'nd 13th' St T:h e .
3; .:1idtrfi 't'd 6. A.,$tok t@s@;:' It Oi'n i femire. program Is made ,up pf ;CapjtoljSujiday interning --
:
KI tiI P'ii' t ? r" i I *
# Day youttgpeapl l, Come ,rand. enjoy, I II The plcttfre "|Wlfn-8ff&fl6f t
enl! ,, ):f. .. OX '.S372. : -..: :'( Jt. aflerhoqit' of gpme. pf Dade I Columbia- Pictures' product fresh! talent including) Michael
tR', ...1..!Ju",...," .,. I,..t'.,\\t' } ; l" r Vaudt.Y f sMest:: young! ',talent, c. tion of the fiensatlopali* drflippl\ Callan, Cliff Roberts; James
-
} WJO! Cz'Ml1Wr
; FURNJI fob Saturday t ; l Is P f.sid. t.tt, : "The Interns," obena'' t lls Sunk MacArthur and Niek -.4damsl as
bU Cote. '.Itefturnlah.eL and Suh< : ., _
lott: ; Cash Noose :J -' '! \' day at.the Capitol Baal .
y Theatre. -
$*" : 66i1411W, 8th, St. furniture. i fn\- internsAiTheyHeltih''ndrStef
l.we'\\:5 dj'oarf ( ed on the best selling novel b
FR 1- .r VV $; couches NW 44th St., Beas; chairs',I l jlluiA 1 J I Richard Frede, "The '".Interns5* ante Power, ,as the 4girls, and
'A1"''R.-.rx : 't everythl .g. ,j portrays a story of the privateand Buddy Ebsen,* Telly Sav ,las
ErICAnJ1; i GIRL Td, LIVE ift private professional lives of young and Kay Stevens as supporters.ANNOUNCING .
$750,
Rental Ar'UJ' by. down Beer* wine,1:silii-l, room arid I batH.Air conditioned
Rental ',..coIUctlonBj property.manageprsdt dries and sandwich shop'fully': home; :Care of oil 'child dnd .
;'J.realf estate Balance t )' house- '
,$spR$7 keeper. Salary depends K -
569 NW' 8tU''SU"fi'',<, PR 7-2902 aye ;fi- flr; otf-experlence. Phone:JE 84203. '.''''''':'' : .

_FURNISHED .effteltncies; utilities ." -" .'S22). : :/ "'t1.: 'THE
included, $1250 a week. '620 N.W : ,
: :: OPENING OF
8th St. FR 7-2D02.:' ',WORKING: CHILD MOTHER CARE desires Lad slao VaidaFormer I ", TEAREATHA'SI'FASHIONETTE -

iii-NW 22nd st, 4 bedroom 2 room" and- board 'a:(#d care for
porch, -TO:'behaved 31 ,year boy in
bath garage fenced
leading ;,
good European :
home ,
yard, unfurnished, 2 families! in"Liberty City or ,
OK. $30 week Incl. water. Call' central Miami,., call S65-5377 opera singer, presently director BEAUTY SHOP

WI 5- 803 for appt.. S22 'I TA- CARE, of children !In riO'r. Formerly of Modernistic

TWO BEDROOM'DUPLEX.. my home. months old and up University of Miami lioanty Shop

Furnished or partly furnished. 633-2770. Musical Comedy Class, accepts / Specializing in modern
1 bedroom apt, furnished. I hair styling and '
Adults or will take 1 child up LOST $15 REWARD voice students for
to three years. MU 1-0324, 729 An eight millimeter Bell and M.. wearing\
NW 55th Terr:, HOWell camera was lost Thurs- training in opera: musical .
J tfayt'ftfghti'between 7 and 7:30: C>' :
ARE YOU LOOKING for a cleart 'ttovntowri< TMliml Call Zeke comedy or, popular singing. ,
furnished room with all ;mod] 1 'ottfer/iarftllnrttSflsT/ "
or td
erh conveniences in quiet placed ,,1995 NW 152nd St, O? .locka.go Special voice, classes, also 550 NW. 17th St., ,/.
Call OX 1.4864.RELIABLE f Wrlnn *iffi >- I'
.
WANTED for teenagert. For interview a FR 1-0790
and Intelligent AUTO SALESMAN, part time.
man, woman or couple to shard Can earn Up td $100 per week. calif Hornet FR 1.9538 '
home. Call TU 8-7269 Must be married and have good TKAREATHA HOWE, Prop.
mployment record. Phone .HI 6.0115
APT at 788 NW 52nd St. In. 34-4424 ask for .Mr Ben
quirles may be made by phone Brown.
or in person at 788 NW 42nd i
I
'"''"' L L b.J.-L
St., phone 75 ,.1703. : .

$18 rooms PER unfurnished WEEK; 'Large home 3-bed.3380 TAKE YOUR CHOICE! 16,000 FT. AAA MODERN BLDG.Lease .

NW 52nd.St..HI 6-1266, all or part at $1 &q. ft. or sell with banker's

$14 PER WEEK,. partly furnish. terms of $7,500 down. Air conditioned, next toShell'

ed bedroom apt., free gas 1350 NW 45th:Street Supermarket ample parking.
and water. 6041 NW 24th ,Ave. ,
HI 6-1266. 6015-25 N.W. 7th Avenue
3-bedrootn' 3 full bath, 'CBS.: Extra large lot $800 :

NICE HOME, lovely yard. $20 down, $16,500 total price. One FHA mortgage.: No Exclusive broker NAT RATNER, RealtorJE
per week. Will sell $50 down 8.5664
balance like rent. NE 55566. closing co t*.

$12.50 WEEK. Nice bedroomapt. 1001 NW 42nd ,Street '
Also large 2-bedroom .beau
ty. 2260 NW 62nd St. Saturday 2-bedroom,. ,Florida room. CBS, tile roof, corner,
NEW CUSTOM BUILT HOME
only. i: '
fenced, garage. ;Bu stops in .,.front.. of hdue.. $500
large OFFICE apt.OR Very STORE reasonable.with. 2260 nice dbwn.' No qualifying, no closing. coata. $13,000 total Low down payment Low monthly payments
SEVERAL MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM
NW 62nd St. 6884825. price. :Tl FT; f

All 3-bedroom and 2 full bath rooms
BEAUTIFUL ROOM In private 6720 NW 28th Avenue
home. Homelike atmosphere.' Open Monday 2 to 0 p.tn.

1826 NW 55th St. NE 32740. 3-bedroom, CBS, carporte. $600 down, take over payment In Beautiful Richmond Heights

HOUSE bedrooms, suitablefor *. $13,000 total price, no qualifying, no closing 14070 Thru 13100 Flllmore Street

2 families. 2943 NW 51st St. cost ORA D. TAYLOR, AGENT 730-3221
Phone NE S29
51723.
DAYS 667.6984 NIGHTS UN 5.8728
1470 NW 46th Street
TWO BEDROOM APT. Newly

'decorated.furnlshed/'Hot, Kitchen and cold completely water. bedroom, Florida) room, screened porch,'latrge lot.

,Large yard with patio. Nice living $7,000 total price..b No qualifying closing costs!
for nice'peo'ple., Call owner I Turn Rent Into InvestmentOwn
OX 6.2392.'G 859 NW 77th Street

1-BEDROOM APT. :Adults only. Your Own Home
Furnished .24 edroom Florida $350 down.
> room. Invest in
rent
$15.00'per' Week. Phone MU money ,propertyCHECK ,
1-7001. : $10,500 total price. $68 month pay all. No closing l'
cost! THESE VALUES
,
BEDROOM DUPLEX. $65 anda
4 room house, with kitchen $150 CASH $25 WEEK
-
and bath. $60 monthly or pay. Gunson Realty Inc.
every 2 weeks. 3144-3146. I NW Buy 2-bedroom furnished home

61st St. WI 51137. 561 NE 79th Street PL 4-1841 ---o---

ADULTS ONLY. Large'' duplexapt. $500 DOWN $79 MONTH
Beautiful Inside and out. .. -
One bedroom with, Florida wq' For 2-ibedrooin, 2 bath
room. Near Grandway:'and bus. .
Dixie Rental Agency,;.. 3-2429. 0- '

NICE ROOM in private home FORISALE or RENT $490 DOWN $79 MONTH
for' working lady. Couple or in
telligent gentleman. Block to For 2-bedroom, 2 bath home, furnished, fruit tree
t1us. Privlleges. NE 46310. BUILDING Clean on galore. This terrific value could be converted Into a

2 BEDROOM HOUSE with hot duplex for income property.
and cold water in Coconut
Grove.. $16.50 per week. Call HI' f WONDERFUL STREET -0--

9915. Live Rent Free 4 Unit Apts.We .
FURNISHED HOUSE in rear 5134 NW 7th AVE.
one bedroom, 2351 NW 58th St. have 2, 3, 4 unit propertiesWe
NE Next to Liquor Store specialize in reasonable financing
51050.FOR
SALE
Be Your Own Bolts '7' Friendly sales people are here to serve youB.
1016 NW 42nd St. Open Sun Hancock M. Farina J. ScottJ.
toy to 6. Come by and see real
beauty. CBS 2 bedroom, plus This is, The Best Location Huegel P. Mitchell D. Harper
washer, dryer, dish washer r .
stove, 2 air conditioners. Closed W WE ARRANGE FINANCING ALSO
garage, sprinkler system. Total .." '
$12,900 and $83 month pays all. Call OX 64)432
A. Ben-Korl, Realtor, 2644 NW TRIO REALTY
-
62nd St. Nltes PL 9-5533. Days SEE FOR YOURSELF

OX 19372. 801 NW 54th Street ';

NEW DUPLEX and ,2 bedroom LOW DOWN. PAYMENT
home, enclosed garage, Income PL 9-8372 PL 9.5455 NE 58745aJ '
$2.3Qt Price $44,990, $2,00 cash. (
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I, 1u 27th Ave. at 54th St.

N EVE! ReI. 0 SED Prices. Good thru September 22nd Weller's AG Store Only
START YOUR SET OF ENCYCLOPEDIA NOW. YOUR FIRST VOL.No.1 FOR 49 cents
t.
FREH MEATYSpare GA.'OR FLA.GRADE'A'-With$3.00 Order or More

Ribs Ib 370 Fryers Ib 27e

STREAK OF LEAN \, 10-14 LB.AVERAGE
White Bacon Ib 350 Hen Turkeys Ib 350

LYKES SMOKED
Sausage 2 lbs 690 Neck Bones Ib 15

15 OZ.DEBQUET MORRELL'S FOUR 6OZ. PACKAGES
Corn Beef Bash for 3 890 I Lunch Meat $1OO'TIDE

.
McINTOSH -\?Frozen & Dairy
Apples 3 Ib 39* BirdsEyeDINNERS
LB. LARGE 9

With$5.00 Order or More
Tomatoes IO BEEF
211'2 GREER- CHICKEN
PotatoesP390 Peaches 5 for 990 ", : TURKEY 39C

303 GREEN GIA1TPeas
11/2 LB.QUAKER PILLSBURY 2 FOR
Grits 2 for 29* 2 for 390 Biscuits 190

1,1' We Cash Payroll Checks ft Cold Beer At All Times ft Open 24 Hours A DaNO.1
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MBVVB HMMMHH iHHBHHB
j PARD I
DOG FOOD 2 for 25J Bakerite Vegetole

,, 2 LBS.CHINITOI '
I long Grain Rice 29 31bs 494

300 LYKES
I 46 OUNCE HUNT'STomato
: Juice 2 f for 454 Chili with Beans 3 for 59?
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303 JOAN OF ARC C.B.
'Cream Corn 2 for 250 Scotts Toilet Tissue lOt

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Traveling ExperiencesWhile Christian HospitalThe THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1962 PAGE IS
staff of Christian Hospl
On Vacation tal extend Mr and Mrs Fred -
DaViS of 2361 NW St. congratulation's

to- CARRIE LOU AtttfoiO: fice. their twin sons!upon weighing the birth in at of Washington Park News

Recently Mrs., Sadye L. Gibson The Wharves were something 6.4 arid 5-13. The twins Were )
and Mrs.arrie Lou Ar. to see; the largest port in the I delivered by Or A. T. Edwardson Dy Mrs. Ruby__ Castelow : f i .
nold took in one of the Educational world and see the opening of Sept. 5. .. .1
Tours up the Eastern the waterway of the St. Law Other births at Christian are: ANOTIIftn YEAH OF pathy Is extended to her and"
Seaboard Route from Jackson rence River, where ships from BOYS BORN TO: Beatrice RUNNING the bereaved family. .
ville on one of the scenic Greyhound all over the world ply their Cause, Qylncy Sands, Ritchie As the season opens the
buses to Wilmington, N. cargoes. Owens, artha Jones, Jessie members of the WashingtonPark
C, and Washington, D. C On our way to Toronto ProvInce Sandilands, Choky Richardson Aathletlc Club return for The barbecue given by 0 a k
The Capitol is an interesting of Ontario we saw won Eleanor Ambrose Louise Spry, excitment In football. Halfback Grove Baptist Church Sunday
lawmaking city While there we derful sights. Falls, gorges and Ernestine Mumford, Mary Tho- H. Miller is ready to get hit or School last Saturday was quite
visited the White House, Capitol the beautiful Lake of Ontario: mas, Mary Rollins and Elnora be hit Quarterback A. Nelson! is a success. The children enjoyedIt
Lincoln and Jefferson Mon the famous Canadian Nationa{ Williams. ready and willing. The fullback very much. It was supervised
uments. In the capitol we sat Exposition University of Toronto GIRLS: Rose Ivory Gertrude James Drummond Is also ready by Bro. Jackson.
in on the House of Representatives Royal Ontario Museum Readon, Lula Lammon, Claudie with the center T. Silimon and The Recreation Center Is in
and the Senate. Art Gallery and the Casa Loma, Mae Green, Beauty Harris, Margaret guard Frank Drown. The line full swing. Everyone's Invited.
In Philadelphia we visitedthe Sir Henry Castle. Wilkes, Osle can't be tamed. Watch them.
Washington
Come
all the
Bell and the one, come more
Liberty saw
Continental Congress. On the way to Buffalo N.Y., Katie Williams, Ella Moss. Practice is held every day at the merrier.
we stopped out; to s fa Washington Park after school. Mrs. Ruby Castelow, supervis
Our journey on to New York mous Niagara Falls After crossing I or.
was Well spent browsing and over into the U. S. A. we owned by the Kennedy family; Oak Grove Baptist Church Is
sitting in on the meeting of the the holding revival meeting. This is
came to Buffalo. There we vIs. famous Loop, and the University -I
Security Council, convening in ited the Grosvenor Library one of Chicago.. We visited the second week. The public Is
the magnificent United Nations of the largest reference libraries the Science Museum and the cordially invited. FAIRY LANDKINDERGARTEN
Building on the East River. We In the country. Natural History Building. Rev. Henderson, the pastor,
wonderful show In Rocke- extends his heartiest wishesto
In .
saw a Our in Indianapolis Ind., we visited
stay Detroit the
was
Center. come and enjoy the services
feller most the largest motor race track
outstanding
Our niece, Miss Wonela Coakpr one. There we In America.On with them.
were greeted Uy one of our I Open for Registrationat
gave a quick get-together, club sisters of the our visit to Lookout Mountain
Friendship
for* Us and some of her friendsin Garden and Civic Club of Miami we visited Tock City It is Mrs. Lena Smith has return.
N.Y. a city of sights and ed to Chicago. She is the sisterof
White Plains many
Mrs. Nancy Pate and her New Hope Church
Mrs. Castelow. She
Enroute to Boston, Mass., we husband, Bud. She where children should go to geta Ruby
visited the home of Harriet whole life in making charged the our full view of picture depicting spent a while visiting with her 6610 N.W. 15th Ave.
even and her mother Mrs. Essie
,
Beecher Stowe author of, Little Red Riding Hood The
I ing a very pleasant one for us. Batey. Many thanks to t h e FOR INFORMATION
"Uncle Tom's Cabin" in Hartford We were taken out to visit the Three Bears, Jack and Jill 1. Little
Miss friends for their thoughtfulnessand V
Muffet, Little Blue
Conn.In Boy ,
Lewis Business College. Therewe
Cinderella and consideration during moth. OX 1-8832
Boston tooK: advantageof were met Dr. Bo-Peep, Jack
we by Lewis
and the Bean Stalk. er's illness. Happy to say thel'Chas
the Glass lower House at president. She made the party been some improvement.Mrs. .
We visited 10-12
4-6
the Mammoth Any day
or
Boston University; the Chris- of Mrs. Pate, Bud, Mrs. C. L. Cave In Horse Dunn JIn/ Savannah Ga.
tan! Science Building, Cam. Arnold Mrs. Sadye L. Gibson, Cave Ky. This attending a funeral. Our synv MRS. SCOTT
cave gives view of what
you a
bridge Lexington Concord.The Miss Annie J. Hudson and Miss
nature does, and how the Onyx
Commonwealth Brookline
Moore of Florida
and Georgia and the lib
Old North Church, Collection warm hospitality In welcoming cave grows.
Hall We visited the home of I I ui to her home and buildings, On educators our long trip this summer LUCKIE'S TAILOR SHOP
Longfellow, Nathaniel Hawthorne after which we were refreshed as watched for naturally signs of we in-
Louise Alcott, Samuel with ice cream and cookies. trest to help many us to familiarize 6510 N.W. 18th Avenue
Whitney and Ralph Emerson.As Mr. and Mrs. B. Pate were responsible ourselves with the work of the(
we Journeyed on to Oronoco ; for our Sunday's activities "New Horizons" task force OX 1.1262 or, OX 1-6520
Maine, we stopped for the which were as follows: and the changes that are taking
evening on the campus of the We enjoyed a wonderful ser place for the students we are Making fine robes for churches, schools and kinder
University of Maine. We spent vice in one of the oldest going to teach.WORKING.
a wonderful cool night In the "hurdles! In Detroit; dinner at gartens and fraternal orders.
the YMCA Also uniforms for choirs ushers deaconesses and
dormitory : on to Ford's Rotun- --'-- ,
It was a sulky day for our la, of Dearborn. There we saw missionaries. Beautiful ushers bad'ges.There .
trip on the St. John Provinceof I cars on display; pictures of how MOTHERSI
New Brunswick Canada located cars first started how the cars will keep your children better be found
prices to anywhere.
are no
on the Bay of Fundy, ire made through the various
infants while
perched upon a rocky peninsulaand assembly lines, and where coke from up, you
Order fall robes while there's time.
the river enters the hare is made into several products. work. Clean wholesome your

bor through a narrow gorge. We saw the Ford's Hospital, surroundings, fen c ed in Write or call for further informationE.
We saw the famous "Revers the large recreational
ing rails stone Church, Courthouse Greenvlle Village, which parks was: large playground, expert G. LUCKIB; OWNEH JT: 815

New Brunswick Muse- donated by Henry Ford also supervision, pickup and de
um. It was fun trying to keep Belle Island where hundreds livery. Reaonable rate .& .& ...
warm with a temperature of 51 yo; for various recreations. you'll love service. Call
degrees with our summer In Chicago we saw famous my
clothes. Merchandise Mart Building, 7594686.
Traveling across Canada Into STAR MEAT MARKET
the Province of Quebec, along
the St. John's River, we saw
Your Watch Cleaned Oiled Adjusted
many wonderful sights. FollowIng ,
the St. Johns River we Guaranteed $4.75 1520 N.W. 62nd Street

came to Riviere du-Loup wherewe Your Portrait-Only $1.00' L_

stopped for the night. Wed Class Rings Watches Radios'' 1 ..
Luggage '
:\ fun buying} our food from '._:- .
our pocket French book. Guaranteed! Watches .......... from $6.95 ;s I
In Montreal we visited the THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE
DAVID JEWELERS
Shrine and Notre Dame Church

which was built without a nail. 1188 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4-1522 r .
>t is a large magnificent edl-

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! succeeded since 1948, by has Miss retired.Veronica She. is electrical pitched .in fixtures,.'and the.free. work Others was t':;.;:.i;:.;:.;:rimy;t.; .;.;r;.-4.4'r. :...! arl-..ri:;...:. /:.......:..........,,...,.'......:: .....w rr.}.:.../.,......,"w y n..1V Ytfirrf 1 1rNYrwNrr

Finder, r done. \ By ALBERT W. COOKE

American-born Mrs Walker A PENNY GAINED JS A l longer ,a hidden secretIt -
r Is the wife of Dr. C. R. Walker. The Cat 6ttd Fiddle nightclub NICKEL EARNEDIt is the everyday, consistentuse
She graduated from Howard was. jammU'on 'Thursday ( in ell heir' affairs of comfttonsense' .
University, Washington, D. C. night, Sept. 6, as, a musical .tri Is the dream ot 'every.'per* ; .and hard w rk. For
She has taught in the public bute was paid tp two movie son to one day, have success, centuries .men have! been chang
schools of Nassau for 23 years; stars; Sidney Poitiet and Harry To be at a state 'every ,irt&<. st, enthusiasm: a 11 d
was founder and first presidentof Belafonte. Pokier,' Bahamian- desire of his Is fulfilled( SUccess ..hartf. .wont to fortre fei
the Teachers Union; Is presl' born, introduced Belafonte and Irt business, .love] and,''mar. .,
dent of the Suffrage Movementfor they were given a rousing entertainment ,w, i riage ityrith ,the thought ,in mind
Is a member of the They are visiting It seems merely a dream, but that "A penny saved is a penny
womenb' of the In i Nassau, WEEK OF today there are people who, earned'1 "let ..me invite you to
ternatlonal Alliance of Women. have such success; ?,and they Join the f legion of successfulpeople
She was awarded the Queen's 'Paul Mears, internatnonally will tell you that (in all their who have profited by
APPRECIATIONFOR
Certificate and Badge of HonorIn known dancer and theatrical experience no thrill quite equals the use of'common sense;
1961. figure, was killed in a traffic that of using 'common sense 'Let me' invite you' to make a
accident on Saturday. Mears MRS.McCLENDON4. and working hard' to bring trial 'of these little Vmlracles"
Cyril Bowen has been appointed was run down by a car drivenby "* "' .about:, their success. that add so much toward making -'
D. Burrows who was arrested l life a little better.
postmaster of the Bahamas You may be wondering if
to succeed Alfred Eldon but was released on these people are Let me invite you to add to
who has retired. Mr. Bowen has bonds. .Beginning Sept. 24.30 the of some secret formula or If life one ingredient that
been employed as clerk in the members of Community Prayer they are extraordinarily lucky make all the difference between
Post Office Department for almost Alfred Hall and Alton Higgs Band Inc. are giving an appreciation -. people. Some Of them unquestionably ,sUCcess .and failure. This irt
40 were killed instantly at the Current each night at ..
years. program are lucky. More are gredient is called common
Eleuthera when lightning 7:30.: We are asking everyone, not. And as for laeing'in poses $nse. Never spend all youmake
struck their tent Sunday night,
saints and sinners to help us sion of 'some secret, formula : save a little. OKYour
Canon Collingwood Cooper, Sep. 2. t make this effort }worthwhile. I their "secret" is certainly no Bpy Cousin.
general missionary of the Diocese l Mrs. Lillie Mae McClendon has
of Nassau and the Baha I worked faithfully for 15 years
mas, left by BOAC on Sept. 10 Mr. and Mrs. Swing II I helping churches in soul saving
for the United Kingdom where and in building programs, car. Investigate Without Obligation
he will represent the Dioceseat Nassau ing for the widows, orphans, .
Wing to
Its Centenary celebration the sick' and the less fortunate /
held In London Oct. 4. He willspeak per prayers helped many, her Care-Craft. School for Nurses Aids
in many parts of the U. I Mr. and Mrs. contributions in ways of shoes, ,
K. in behalf of the church in return to I have
Swing clothing, finance,' etc. +
the Bahamas. The other representative Nassau and the benefited many people. Fall and Winter Classes Now Forming
Father Michael Eldon i
left on Sept. 18. Cat and Fiddle 'Closing program for Mrs. Mc. ;
Ten Course
W'ek. Night
Day
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Club this week Clendon of 936 NW 64th St. will r
after 10 years. -JQ held Sunday, Sept. 30 at 2:30 REGISTER NOW
Mrs. Ophelia Adderley, 28- Their first trip
widow of the Local for thecoronation
year-old was
Constable James Adderley, was of Junior College ; 1711 West Flagler Call FR 9-7357
given the key to a brand new Queen Eliza
furnished home on Sept. 8. Con beth. Mr. and Offers Adult Classes I.I....--..-
stable Adderlley was killed bya I drs. Swing are Miami's Dave ;
suspected robber whom he and Mayme Bondu, former DJ The Dade County Junior College
arrested during the night of md TV personalities.Dave l will register students for
February 1. Through the Nassau its adult education classes during I Northern Jobs
Daily Tribune, ,an appeal' takes .his Ebony Ex- the week of'September 17. Domestic.,
was made for help for the needy oressf -Tlevue over and opens 21. Adults may register at the
widow and her five small child SaturdaySept.. 22..' The ;revue campus 11850 'NW 27th ave., I
Matures Peaches and George, from 8:30: to 4:30: each day. Reg- The finest live-in jjobs available
ren.The he Twisters and Betty McNeely istration will also be conducted 1 '
response was generous. md Bondu as M. C. This show in the classroom during the I 'The best of, home
The late Leon Walton Young las currently been seen at the first three class sessions. I
gave the lot; the City Lumber vlau Mau Lounge In Miami' Among the evening courses i Surburbs <* \V .lchester, $.Y. Connecticut, etc.

Yard supplied materials at cost; Springs. offered to adults this semester
The entire Ebony Express
Ulysses Davie supervised the Revue will be 'staying at Mari ar4 the following: TOP ,SALARIES i, from $35 to $75

building free of charge, and Ni tta's Guest House. Community Chorus, Public
Speaking, Conversational Russian Maids, and Mothers HelperHousekeepers Cooks
I and II, Conversational
I French I and Conversational i Etc.
Spanish I and IIi ii, Reading Improvement I ,
BUY A HOME TODAY! Oil Painting ( beginning
and advanced.) .,.. : .
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Class sessions will be held Excellent salaries for butlers. chauffeurs,, housemen.
Drive by these homes, then come by our Office. We weekly from September 24 thru .
January 17,. All Instruction Is on '/,,etc.,."Couples, $400, to $600 per month. : ... .
will help with the financing,. level. Here is excellent .
you : college! an NO DEPOSIT NO REGISTRATION ,lEE
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1.4500 NW llth' Place H'f.! $400 down3bedroom yourself turally. For vocationally further and informa cul NO RED TAPE ALL JOBS .GUARANTEED??

,home. Carport, screened porch. tion call 688-3541, Ext. 101. TRANSPORTATION ADVANCED, '
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2-836 NW 49th: Street i fT $495 down '

Nice bedroom CBS home. Florida room and car The Rev. W. G. McPhee, pas WORLDWIDEEMPLOYMENT
tor of Mt. Calvary Baptist
port. Move right in. Church was recently awardedthe
degree of Doctor of Divinity
3-1785 NW 52nd Street $400,down by the Florida Baptist Seminary
Real nice CBS home. Terrific location. In Jacksonville. Rev. Mc AGENCY
Phee is a very progressive min.
down ister. He Is one of the strong; 1307 N.W. 3rd :
4--4329 NW 10th Avenue $400 pillars In the Bahamas Missionary Ave. FR 3.5755

I k Lovely 2-bedroom home'with a garage. .and Educational Convention. c-

5-1352 NW 42nd! Street $350 down "IO

''Nice 2Mbedroom>> home on large lot.

6-7310 NW 8th Avenue $950 down KING SOLOMON'S I

I Large 3-bedroom,. 2 bath CBS home. Custom

r 'fcuilt. Furnished No qualifying, Move right in. Two Sisters

7-3140 NW 56th Street $350 down

Brand new Subedroom CBS home. Move right in

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8-775 NW 44th Street $500 down r" BOOK :: r

f 34>edroom, 2 bath home.

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