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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 29, 1962
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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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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SEPTEMBER 29 1362 16 PAGES TEN CENTS :
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I Urge Withholding U.S. Aid.: From Miss. y k.' < h, a a kvfy t., '; .''J'Ji.j t



NEW YORK President he said, "would convince the ,

Kennedy has been urged to state of with the Federal necessity Government of cooperating ; ;.C OLE MISS." \ "
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withdraw "all Federal servicesand within the ( \
payments from the Stateof order" INTEGRATED \ \ '
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Mississippi for as long as Is
to Induce compliancewith As authority for the Presidentto ;
necessary
YEARS q
and respect for the United proceed along these. llnes II." & AGOV .,
Mr. Morsel cited Article t
State: Constitution and the \
laws enacted'' thereunder." Sections 1 and 3, of the UnitedStates Gov Ross Barnett and Co.
Constitution and an Act might build a "Wa1l1ngWall"
A letter urging this action of Congress ((10 U.S.C, 333)) i >n the campus of the Univer- I Ik
was sent to the President by which provides that "The President ity of Mississippi when they
the National Association for the by using the militia or the earn that a 39-year-old Negro
Advancement of Colored Peopleo armed forces, or both, or by any attended that Institution in the
v e r the signature of John other means, shall take such 1945-48 school year as a full-
A Morsell, assistant to executive measures as he considers necessary Ime student.In .
secretary Roy Wilkins now in to suppress, In a State, any an Interview Monday inNew
Europe on tour. insurrection, domestic violence, York Harry S. Murphy,

Events in Mississippi In connection unlawful. combination, or comsplracy. p Negro Navy veteran, disclosed
with the efforts to that he lived and studied on
evade Federal court order to ad. In view of the 'unlawful convbinatlon he Oxford campus as a Navy
mlt 'James) H. Meredith to the and conspiracy exist y-12 student for nine months
University of Mississippi, Mr.' ing In the state, Mr. Morsel!} beginning with the fall term in

Morsell's, letter pointed out, "in. urged withdrawal of Fe era 1946.
dicate that public officials there services and payment as a The V-12 program was a com
are willing to risk plunging the "more effective, while at. t h e bination academic and officer
state into anarchy In efforts 1 to same time less drastic (action) training course. At the end of
deny the state's colored citizens. than resorting to he alternative four years, Navy men attending
their constitutional rights.. proposed under the law,. the use the program at a universitywere
of the armed forces or mUlti"," graduated with a college
If the threatened actions of degree: and were commissioned 1_'''''''
Gov, Ross R Barnett and other President Eisenhower, he ensigns.A James Meredith Is cool and composed In stark contrast

Mississippi officials, are carriedout pointed out he invoked this statute man of very fair complexion to the angry U. S. marshals as they try for the third
Morsell that when sent troops into
Mr. suggested
said that the university
/ Murphy
the state be denied "the servicesof Little Rock Ark., In 1957 to uphold officials did not know time| to register him ''at the University of Mississippi* Gov.

the Treasury, Post Office De a Federal 'court order to he was a Negro.IREGISTER. Rosa Barnett balcked up by 400 law enforcement men
partment and other essential desegregate Central High from all over his state remained defiant to federal court
Federal" agencies. Such, action, School.
I It orders to admit Meredith,

I TODAY! A showdown is due today ((:Friday) when Barnett is

elated ,to contempt charges..
,answer .
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State NAACP Opens Annual I I /

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'lVi RsHAir/'T/' .. It.
Meet In l Sarasota Thursday

'SARASO'IIAL.dA recofcf number lary will be present to work \DDRESS MASONSIN

of NAACP delegates and I With the young adult and youth MISSISSIPPIJACKSON
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visitors are expected ,to attend sessions of the convention.
the 23rd Annual Session of the Miss. Thur-
Florida State Conference of Ministers will meet on Thurs ,*ood, Marshall, recently con.Armed
branches: which opens here,; day to discuss the work of the.MIIB. as circuit judge of the U.

next Thursday, Oct. 4 at the ,, .LX 'J v.,. 4. Federal court by the Senate
Bethlehem Baptist Church k .t ,,;,6 ,N 2 Y Will be the principal speaker at
corner Central Ave. and,5th" St. i banquet to be staged My the
At' 10.30 a.m. $ ,*", Supreme; Council, 33rd Degree,
[ Prince Hall Masons, Southern
Chairing the morning" and Jurisdiction when it convenesIn
afternoon session will be the Jackson, Oct. 14 to 10 in its
chairman of the, State NAACP n@ 3 I 76th, annual session Judge
Religious Committee, the Rev 1 9 r "
Marshall is a Prince Hall Mason -
Eugene C. Tillman of Daytona is minister of state of the
B ach. Rev. Tillman is. also a I '
.j; d i s_ U'Mj'o.P'.i""rl""' ''''v(;;; I, 33rd degree council, having
member of the Florida Civil been elevated to this position
Rights! Commission. I Vanquished 'and Victor '- Times sports editor Leo. following the ,death of the late

Armbrteter gives readers!' his on the spot coverage of Tuesday John: Wesley Dobbs.

night's Floyd Patterson Sonny Listen championship fi'*Dry Charles W, Stewart, prominent .
t minister' of
fight in his column on' page 8, )\ ;'" v Buffalo',Methodist N.Y. will deliver the

sermon at the Divine Services.A .

LAST CHANCETO called attention to the incon record attendance Is expected
JULIA M. WRIGHT venience of the original 12 designated at this meeting, due to the
I locations. fact that the Sovereign Grand
REGISTERFOR Commander, Dr. John 0. LewIs -
Freedom Fight
church In the
The precinct, which is ''t h e ,Jr. has personally visited
and to plan a mammoth Eman .
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old Crusade for Voters headquarters
council of deliberation In
cipatlon Program for the StateIn GENERAL'ELECTION every
vol.
will be staffed by the
the jurisdiction during past
1903.woIiIrs. Democratic
unteer and Republican
year The report on the construction
'TO, MEET workers. of the new cathedralin
For Information or,transportation Washington will be a feature
Women leaders from over the Next week has been declared to the polls call 6006100. of the convention.
state are also meeting on Thurt- Week"
"Total Registration by
day to discuss the .program of
thciARsociatioa They yrut meet J pade, County, 1 Commissioner.
at 1CE30 a.m. Taking part In Both state Democratic and Republican 1 Y
I,thlRtJneeting"wt1l,b Mrs Hur Committees are behind
'ley and many prominent wo the move.

t_ BISHOP 8. G.6POT8WOOD men from throughout the state. Metro Commission launched

Keynote{ speaker for the con The Sunday mass meetingwill the drive this week to allow

t rence will be the Rt. ,Rev.. be held at the Sarasota new registration before the
ephen' GUI Spotswood; a I Municipal Auditorium and will Nov. 6 general election when
shop In the African Method. begin at 3 p.m. A speaker from the controversial reapportion-
J t Episcopal Zion Church and the Federal Government In D. ment program goes on the bal
t 'e chairman of the NAACP's C. will close the public meeting. lot.
atlonal Board of Directors. will Registration books will be
the
also deliverdd Featured on program in the larger Dade municipalities
shop Spotswood local Sarasota open
be choirs from
thecent and other areas, Monday *
the keynote address- for churches and the famous Howard
Convention through Saturday.
r National W. Blake Vocational and
'ld In,Atlanta by NAACP In High School chorus directed by I A special registration pre- M
ly. {e Mrs'Willie' Belle Cooke. dnct has been setup at 5182

;He will'speak at the Religious Speaker for the Friday night NW 17th ave. for the convenience -- "'" -_']J-=::W w .:1I

J aden Dinner to be held ate meeting will be Morris DeLls- of Northwest section residents The Initial meeting of tho 1 Bertie Thompson,
t Bethlehem Baptist Church, public relation specialistand Eta Phi Beta Sorority was heldat I
hursday,.night There will be ser, staff member representingthe The extra location was ar the Hampton House on Standing( : Jrf 'L Albertha 'I
i 0 admission charged. The dinJer NAACP Life membership ranged by city and Metro officials Thursday, Sept. 18. Members Woodberry. Mrs. Louise Drls.'
will Begin at 7.30: p.m. committee. The meeting will along with Dade Registrar present were, seated: Mrs Cora colt and Mrs. Sarah Me Mlllan."
.... lM9 Charles Mrs. Ellestlne The next ''Is"Oct '
4 at 7:30 In the Hunt Claude Brown after Kinsey Cruz meeUnl( : 10.
Souththeast pm.
JlJrsTjtSe Regional M.Youth Meld Secre- begin Memorial Church. Hadley and Sumner Hutcheson I Ir Miss Margie Stevens, Mrs.' New members are welcome ,






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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI' P'LOR1DAPACE Knights of Pythiai \ Postal OW i i:

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2SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 29, 19623OHNXT There was *n taltittUon held' General t ,
10 at the Ii Otr :1
Thursday night lept
'm' tbat i'A
,. hail)) in Coconut Grove Chtw wilahilThe '
Witie n .
M Wowd rd WM
Knight into tltotw" tit Jtoi total Alliance of the _

I Lodge Ko. IS. M1. T**% was and their auxiM- ; \
,y & Mlirrtl branch
itito range
iN;( made a Knight to '
.. ., ) 16 honored last week C dldiZ" fauer. die
Blnnnom]: Lodge 1tQ. dry were
.) ', The Crtanfon 'held a tu at and Mrs Thomas p. of an that
i,4 .J. ;. Hn Roman have Mr. DC, "randl4tttiiuu hI i
home of Mrjina Washington u "
t ihi of -
bU 'i r' Marshall' mol *'W B9thst Bomar counsel of the Afflonce .
the general '. .aa4
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ARCMP17 with lie So: Sharon their guest while vaca- of "
as .' .a_ Ifit1rY I-
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Mftlissla the m
Court M haft, Mrs. the city 'I"
D R Q .t. Harris worthy counsellor I Lionlnp On Mr in Domar's arrival in Miami ttt.m what i"' -tbi3ii f iim hsues !
addressed wtteh girls
,., ... ,.-. ,,7') ..... Mrs the Vivian group. Mrs.Mitchell Brown and Of poise rttfc a aliit 1

racei Mrs Bostiefc gave solos la rant&er finds that in
'the lovely Mrs.
ing the rtnves on There were many
MELO'Bnew:
l tt> provide 'all the I It
Mrs.
efforts
course and they were some I lies to talk about but our 'j
Ting O' Hearts Club re-opens ,mean babies. "We really ,enjoyed :Mitchell) really had It on the r; advantarey wee few produced :
Wednesday with Mona Lisa looking t the Jjusam: Tnttet tompetiiive,
on the evening and are "line. r and avfcrorgSaized 1ft)
the popular singincemcee: forward to more racing enthusiasts 1 like to say to Ivnlfjhts and highly jsresBtatNU d uut.sters ri
Among the many turn features to get Into it all the way.7T'S 2alanthes that your courts,; that I eefleratibJi | }
+bay )
h1iri. ty.afid prc -
of this air conditioned 7th AvcBou did not attend this affair surely to
is itsspacious I the1nh8.pPiest.. Be tire to \\1.
<5 nf Entertamment TO SCHOOL Jinfldoift :missed a good one. j Ii.j
floor area. Since the I HACK Calanthe Tea will I get rouf toparof: thi$ peek's
Thena't !
3 Stndnrt*
1 loinw It andreadd""We'reheating ''I
the
bar the Lily
with
removal of the center be held In October
for Tenn. State are Bennie j Our
Conventional Lounge, bard oak I I of the Valley Court No. 158. Tour +,
Moore. and Paulette IcKinney
vood stage :and dining room FISK hostess, Mrs Sarah: D. Belle Children.
Sept 10 .
for departed \ !
organizations Mrs. vrtle -
catering< to Frederick Smith Marsha :Me- worthy counsellor,
) ,it's street :front Smith Simons, worthy inspectrix. -
luncheons :
departed
:of 1 vcr :and Pereclta Pinder y
Trackage :store :are only some .barbecue pa-t3''waibeld on the
.SOUTHERN
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awaiting> Sept
features Palm Lodge No. 84 Sir President Edward
the many new Jackie Jenkins, Thelma 'Butler I II Royal lawn of Vice I'
vowr opening date "Wednesday, I and: Alfred Farr NORTH Abram Grace, chancellor com- I Hanna of Bacbmond Heights
:. :CAROLINA llaymond Aleaan- Sander will meet Monday. Oct. where Mrs. Bomar met the
-wUh btfi U. of L pf the auxiliary Mrs. '
MrllAXIELBTnopular der, Floyd Covington Sir I president
cm"'E 32
No. ,
Faith of Hope officersand
-Tower oT Strength"and MIAMI: Ann Hurlawn :Barbara chancellor 1.1 Rain Scott and other
Bowens: ,
Robert 1
Hundred: Pounds of Alexander ST. AUGUSTINE Members.Mr
'One will meet Tuesday
; Richard annmander, also attended our
Clay"will move into the spot Richard Anderson, omar '
flight Friday and Saturday, Oct i Pearson, "Benny Davenport. Uet Gleam 2. of Hope No. Ih Sir I monthly meeting the following ;
UJI and us complete !.
Teenage Sunday gave ,
with special I
::5 and 6 I Walter L. Bellt chancellor com
Show Sunday afternoon I). A Julius Sunlight 'Beauty I mander meets oct. 4. an informal session was explanation of postal news
I II I School, 27th :annual prom at :SIrJOM'S Community Court No Bl, Mrs.Wiles called by President John Fryerin bargaining rights and progress j
r..EE\"ES. Knight Beat wlll be worthy counsellor, meets the Sir John Hotel for postal in the department'with the help
JIMMY (falt Pork talent) show I highlighted with Hah :Style; 3ct. 8.My discussions. Saturday evening a of the Alliance
:'iK; -"Mr Big" 'with I and Fashion; Show: and crowning --
and en I ---
at the Capitol Theatre of Miss Sunlight :climaxing
Thursday in ,Coconut Grove Jfl I the cala: week is graduation at American
the Ace: continues to bring out I ML :Zion Bapti-a- ',Church Oct 2R'

the -young talent in our parts The board of management Heritage
:His main stand :at Miam1'suptown of George Washington Carver
fifth
Hicks grade
Cafe Society, where Farewell Evelyn
YMCA will throw a
1 rs. I>. w. Wright, teacher
Salt Pork has:; been beefing far Reception honoring doses LPeny We should respect the lawsof 0.
many sears Little Cora t h *! Sunday, Sept Oat 15th our country and respect the
blues roger and: Prank "Wfl-!. Ave. T. Margaret 'Sutherland flap It is good that we do it because -
liam::* bmdID"P: 'Weekend attractions and HerWzrt Forbes:: Jr :D'l'P1
men fought for our country -
: at the Cafe mailing invite: to their Sept 29. to he iree. Now we should
reception *: -28th St Wes! Ho} show them that we are thankful t

Ivwood.THIS. for :It :3jy showing love, honor
TTT TT. Ul"Cl>I3KnAlJEway and justice. I'm
't311IIy..1 respect,
the Te-openmg of Club Windsor {COLTDHK In proud of America because pa-
is the tug puff around town It'sjust Thy with the lamlhr of TMrs.", trims sacrificed their lives and .. ,
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a few steps from the old Florence Cooper who has beer fortune to make it free today. 1).*"" n.rL.
site withnew laceS and: -promises ailing for sometime" Mama". !' Therefore It is my duty as an .
'of snappy ,entertainment as most of the fellows arounflthe American citizen to love mv ;v.-- FREt DCUVErt

The Bardwfck'Tucker house Times; Office call her. has: country; "to support its constitution ffeeae &&
warmira at 1!211) nut Opalocka has had a set hack TO serious to obey its 3'tws! and to 6750 N.W. 15th Avenue
way could have happened last that her daughter Helen :Smith respect its Hag. HAROLD JOLUVETTK.' Mm**
-weekenfl ". ? "? There's more to: of Denver. Cola, bad to :comedown I \
Clvde Tviltens :than Just the entertainment to be at her bedside indefinitely ,

master of theseparts. .
T-fls Interest'on promoting Mama: 'has broughtmany' : lives For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rate CaD

new talent "Rom good, others Into 'this 'WOrld as ""Nurse"Cooper
lah- than you have the one ;little babies who have
with 'hidden talent to these ,
,grown and have grandchildren BONDED
parts imtfl they meet"Mr, She: was! :the typical
ilJltp" on that big 'break at his "Country hf: dwlIe" who would 4yT

popular "Knight "Beat. Here's answer a -can oat: any hour of
'Where a jmv has to TO way the day or the: still of :night/ .
out :and look further into promotion trudging: along: with :her little
and then have his imblir Black Bag to ,help another :life iTRENTAL;
at heart True. eve'Ly'weekend into this "wofld. Now rNurse"is e'4
irait outKtanrlhie stars, 'hut :at her declining years :and
'nnvpvnu 'VfIT' :attended show'that lay desperately ill .at 'home. At
Hvdp didn't) rive vnu your 79 years: of :age: the toll ,of :Tearing
-mtm vworth "> > The : :fIve children alone, raring::
"hpn.fit IwrhertM* and *wtii rt for them: .during many .hardships AGENCY INC.
tnm'namartt Tart Friday at TC25wiw :has taken its 'effectSEE ,

NR' roh1" on TTTV list 4
..,r 'mf"11ft""tnt and n-mrmc.
Snrrv irmn thus is Plat), latp, "THE'GREAT WORL1) The largest collcctiea aid naal

lon -wTtd t."fIIP Srrarrram'Srhnnl : SPIRITUALAND ........
-nf T): np T w kill hnv? "Itnnmfl PSYCHIC HEADER

",* mvnmtr Dct Tat :Its -474J5 :BISHOP HUNTER agency in the South; .para'-c-...... : 17
;"M1 "nn" <<'''P'111 Ton -
'VnU'" fIIT1tmo rtanrtntr when He- TtTno 'arc .tcfc: tir'woirt a, 'c1f1111" Dade and Broward Cet ies1t.
mar helps youftr11'1pT fall.'Office l mina .

dally f... tA 'V J|Jn. Ttiint.) .;

II: -w-k mm 'Wttbr.aTRr. 'l l'11' IIIpa...kue'21 saern i4 I. BRO rs Negro Housing areas
I C1a1'eT'FdWDTd '1"tmtJ- :
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1mnnT't1l: tm".f'fIT tn 'the" Dr 4leatMANAGING
>TitR wmi lite ftTRt trnphv 3t :
"V8e "fn'" )rY) T1Arp 1rI1hto rAeear AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN

'Rte! mug, flew. 'hut it was a ", tan ,"""' ..'" .
thriller Tor''Osm-nee Tthmkne: I .
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pot a nipper kick :nut nf Batur- 10,000 HOUSING UNITS ,
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dar-evpntnrt: warm-up, because MniIW T $tt. .';,
"'When 'ne attended the fish :fry:. Bonded also ha FREE employment
'WRRTtflmLvwmm '4 terne* fjj> jfi4i
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The
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:Clarence hey! "Welters lead there foot they) resulting: tareed nrac'ruu Bonded Tenants, at main office, 4150 NWNi..... ..,

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I Paul Meeres Sr., 60, was daughters, Paula, Merlyn and ..,' .t I

: struck by a Customs Departmentbus Gloria
3 lt: : driven by Dyanza Bur Errol (Mice) Nevmour made' y'
: 4 his third successful from ,
rows In the early hours of September escape '
/ 14, and died less than the isolation ward of the Fox .
I two hours later at the Princess Hill Prison on Sept. 13. Authorl. j,.
Margaret Hospital. lie Is said to ties reported that he "bored"his I
% I have been on his way home way out by cutting an iron
: : when he staggered In the pathof bar to his cell He Is'doing 10
: : the vehicle.In years for several burglaries.
The police aro making a
d ; the height of his career, thorough search for him.
;d : Mr. Meeres successfully toured
the United States, Canada, Central The Rev. John David Kemp
and South America Europe son of Mr. and Mrs. LeonardIemp I'
f "+ and the East as a dancer. } of Nassau, will be ordained
For years he was dominant In to the Anglican priest
the theatres of Paris, and gavea hood on Sept. 29 at Christ J
Command Performance dtBuckinham Church Cathedral. lie will cele '
I Palace. At one time brate hh first High Mass Sun
r he was a partner of Josephine day Matthew's., Sept. 30, 8:30: am. at St. \

Baker, and was also a star per
former with the Follies Ber- Rudolph Pyfrom, son of the
gere of Paris. late Hermon Pyfrom, MBE, has
j been sent to Mayaguana to relieve -
He returned home In the Commissioner Chas. Al-
,
midst of his success and built a bury who has been transferredto
; ? Ifeautlful theatre In the heartof the position of Asst. super-
Grants Town. This venturedid intendent at the Nassau Prison.
1/I d ; not succeed. Misfortune His father was a senior Out
laid her heavy hands upon him Island Commissioner for many
t and brought him down. years.

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Ills survivors are a son Paul, The Board of Education and
v, e who is enjoying a colorful thea Roman Catholic Schools In New
FT trical career in Paris, three Providence awarded Leaving:
Certificates to 09 candidateswho
passed! the examination
in July The Out Islands had 87
Door to DoorC'ampaign passes.

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i wp3 North Dade PTAIn


an attempt to Increase Its
membership, the PTA at North r
Dade Junior-Senior High
School Is undertaking a doorto .
.door canvas of the areas of
North Dade, ,New Liberty' City }
wt1 : OJus North Miami Beach and
OjM-locka on Saturday after
noon, Oct 0, from 3:30: p.m. un
til I 5 p.m

: 'We are going to cover all
: feeder areas for North Dade __
High School" _
assured Ufa. Elizabeth Ii
M r' ra Spencer, chairman of the

i membership committee. We wish
to contact each parent person
ally, if It's possible" she said .
:
.. Membership In the PTA at
?: North Dade Is only one dollar
-k a" per'' parent; This membershipassures
-I rfry Tin i fi\ma\ : tnfmwmrnimmxmTWTmmmmrwnrrmifwin n
each that his
The scenes''above are picturesof Sy Slfllnger. resldent and Mrs. L. Brooks, child will have parent the opportunitytoi Styles WigsLet
the gala party given by Bonded Bonded Rental Agency's pub- and general manager of the receive the two-year schol Delores take that "wlggy"
Rental Agency at Hampton lic relations director, Charles A. George P. Harth.
company arship offered by the PTA. look out of your wig and styleit
Lockhart of
master
,
Satur4day was cere
House for its employees
In coiffure that will do
Sept. 15. It was a pleasing monies. He recognized the presence Charles C. North and Sumner Anthony L. Simons, president something a for you. Call FR
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gesture In this area. of employees, from Pom- Hutcheson of the public relations North Dade High School .0914. Modernistic Beauty Salonat
Two hundred or more, including pano; Fort Lauderdale, Perrine department of Bonded PTA. 82d NW 3rd Ave.
their guests, were treatedto 'as well as those from Miami. Introduced were on hand assisting with
an evening of a superb floor to the audience were this memorable affair that will
show and exquisite food preepared Mr. and Mrs. Harry Markowitz, long be remembered by those
by the "caterer supreme" owners of' Hampton House; who participated. BARON'S NEW HOMES


3-Bedroom 2-bath Garage
klns Jr. commander of Post.
Fine Arts ,
Begins ,iOROWARD- 1 -, OPKN 3-3 P.M. KZ TICIIMH
1 1I Spacious Home1440 NW S9th St.
llth Season With
I Walter Blatch of West Holly-
j a ood has been vacationing In Duplex Deluxe 813 NW 57th, St.
Instructors
2 New the Bahamas for several weeks.
Build lot. No down
on your money
lie is enjoying a much needed
The Fine Arts Conservatory COUNTY rest. Cash paid for lots or homes
has, lkiUn teaching in Us lltn
One-third acre lot for wale. Have large selection
Miami its
season in at new
The Junior choir of Central
home,. 615 NW GOth St Classesin NEWS A Baptist Church is sponsoring Need! cash? ,Call JE 84340 JE 2-4343
piano will continue under the ts annual fall Fashion Review
direction of its founder-director I
-11- Wednesday; Oct. 3 at 8 p.m.
J Ruth Greenfield (B.Mus., -- The public is invited to come
M.Mus.) and include two, new; Ifs U'AI/fKU IKHVB and, see the latest fall styles.
members of the piano staff,
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Joan Levine and Charles''Mobleyjj The beauticians of W est xi. / %
Mr. Mobley W well respected The VFW South Broward Post Hollywood and Hallandale will J/ %r '

. in the community for "0. 8195 meets the first and bave their anniversary program I Moonlight doubles at my house
his}music programming, and is third Sundays In each month. at the Gethsemane Baptist
now completing his degree at Next meeting will be at the I Church Sunday, Sept. 30. -:? every Monday evening 9-11 p.m. I

the" University of ;Miami ..Mrs.Levlne .' Chamber of Commerce Build- Entry fee $2.50. Winners receive
ng, Sunday, Oct. 7. The Ladles'Auxiliary
is a. concert planUttpafher will meet the first The Freeway Handicap I:
spwlMlztnq; in 'tvo-in- and third Wednesday night at League rolled Its third week at 50 percent of prize fund. First 6
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.. new. both children and adnlt. 8, o clock Mrs. Harry Lee Edwards Bunche Lanes Come and watch places in the money. ,
Other members of the taff president; Alfred Wat- your team.

".,.".,. Inc udP Albert Edelrmn, wood- -----
wind inRtnmonta.i. WoMrt 'Th -

., m'. "+u regnrder Instruments: Susan! TV PL I
ft"d1-: rr, hold. of billet and jazz .
(RADIO REPAIR SALES TRADE-IN
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n, fnt.-+'tn vir.m.F ..,."..,.... FREE DELIVERY AND PICK UP
i ::. f. f h..t1AINnn' to the Cnnel"V"hI Written guarantee on all oar work
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tnrv Sales on Payment Plan, Without any Finance Charges
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4:. drama. She will hoM classes ont
" +' : .' Saturday as will all the other JOE SpOTT
':;t, Conservatory holds class rat
Authorized sales
TV and
factory
repair
,: ':;:. members of the faculty.: T h 'e1present ,
\:> Wednesday afternoon .023,N.W. 62nd Street PL 1-8381
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NEGRO'TO, GOV'f. }, IA + 1 1

AGENCY, I IIESI'ON OI N
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A. Leon #) lggnb6ttom! 'Jr'I U B
Philadelphia lawyer, has oeen 3.
nominated by: President Ken
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Mnln; Offlle( at 61.tS.W.. 15th -"lllb-'eoi1.-04il nedy to the'ederal Trade Commission
Nlrunch i l lit:* V\\. Third Ate. Miami JtlorJda-rl ER 8.22$11H. If thtf Senate+ give its ,
__ .:. _
Confirmation, hev' will be the
K. NIiIh11UND IUmVES, Editor and Publisher, first Negro to serve ,on a federal -' ,RIPEN m BBIRd 1 1TICHKlCOLOIr
UAItril C., REEVES: Managing\ Editor_ regulation agerjcy.Higginbotham .
,
-- president -
has been
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ONE YEAU ,,i.OO SUIlSCllirriON- SLX MONTHS RATES$3.00 FOREIGN f of the Philadelphia branch, RItZ' ,ij 1 ;cTUEATRE (1'E. lf e" ti ertt.,;lu.. iltStlll( .-t.. 'T5 '
,_ of the NAACP since 1959. He eo Cbtld U !:reI'
0.00'I also is a member of 'Pennsylvania ,, TARTS SUNDAYY. '"'I i";;Evenlac tM.). "
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Prayer Sunday I Fair Employment Com .. ,, '. ; : j1'C '\1"
will succeed Wil'cri ,
issloE'u'He -' ..
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Sunday|, October 7 has been designated as Prayer liam L fern I,7'FINEST SEL" uN-' 3IN J M"l\t-f" \ "4'1'( 'I/I'*:', ,,

Sunday by our Mayor, Robert King High. I ,HOMES,-, PEN:

In offering resolutions for this day, the Mayor calls Sunlight Chatter BoxThe LOW, LOW DOWN, ,PAYMENTS
attention to never-ending struggle between right and leIS than rent
EZ 'Terms I ,
wrong flaring in intensity and licking its white-foot flames present class of the Sun- Avenue
particularly close to our homes. This of course. means' the light School of Cosmetology 4009 NW 16th
situation in Cuba. and entire community have selected Duplex; 2 bedroom*:each ide. Terrific rental prop.erty'bti.corner. ,
D. A.. Julius as the. "Out., '
The resolution reads, "Whereas, w$ acknowledgethe standing man of the Week Mr, 3 year old ,Ha everythitlg.$14,800,
presence of and availability of the eternal and ever Julius Is the founder and 'dlrecor full ,price. $450 down _i No closing cottt, .
powering force of the love of God, a force ready avail of Sunlight School. His untiring '

able when man calls for it and believes in its presence. providing efforts adequate are unlimited training and in 4322 NW nth Avenue ,

"Therefore be it resolved that I, Robert King High teaching the latest methods in 3.bedroom beauty. Best area. Hardwood floor, tile

Mayor of Miami, call upon believers to earnestly pray I cosmetology. Theta Nu Sigma I roof, carporte, 75, ft., lot. $13,5OQ. $450. down.'
to the Heavenly Father that National Sorority presented an
Julius for his skill .
((1)) The mind and soul of each one thus engaged in award and art to Mr in the field of sales, '/' 1364 'NW 44th Street
prayer be dedicated to the doing of God's will as it is re- manship, and his interest In the '
veiled to him. higher development of the beauty $35 total down payment buy a sweetheart. of a
industry. home. Hardwood floor;:carport, Fla." room, ,spotlec/
'
((2)) We as a people and a nation+ strive diligently. to I .
indeed be on the side of the struggle that is right in the Mr. Julius has on his staff,i inside.' $10,800" total price. No closing cost*.
renowned In. ", V --- -., --
eyes of the Lord. two of our state 0

((3)) That God will give to our leaders and our people structors and Dorothy, Mrs.Brown.Congratulations Ella. Moncur ', 833 NW 75th Street ,'J

wisdom and strength to peacefully gain the cause of to Mr. Julius 3.bedroom'"CBS hardwood'floon.. $350. clown $72''per
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righteous freedom for :all men, or, if this be not possible and may the years ahead brink ""JD ntn. Low J xe.. ,
to lead us as He did men of old as .they struggled upward into fulfillment all the things ----0 -
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have
desired.
toward the goal of freedom' and you ever Street
dignity. The students are very happyto 1015 NW 76th
Further, resolved that all the people of Miami are I have Mrs. Moncur back. She CBS beauty, large kitchen, huge workshop. $11,500
hereby called to attend. their place of I was called away to New Jersey : '
worship on Sunday ,total. all. month. ..
because of the illness of her $500 down pays: $64 ,
October 7 1962 'also
designated world Wide Communion mother. Mrs. Moncur's motheris .' .' ,-
Sunday or upon their day of worship falling closest to now in Miami to share withus
this day, and that: special prayers be there said to God this beautiful sunshine. NEWS'REAL .
with the fervent expectation that God will indeed -
answer. Mrs. Brown is leaving for her
Also resolved that men of good faith continue in vacation on this Sunday. She is
prayer daily, urging others of their acquaintance here and going to New York to take a (The Broker That Works ,For You),' c', .

throughout America Ito join them, that' God might know her much very needed much.rest. We will miss 4600 NW 7th Ave. PL 4.:0655

that we are a people of faith, looking unto Him.Metro's On "Class Day" the senior (Open Sunday)
,
students presented a very inspiring
program it was enjoy.
Bus Operation ed by everyone., Refreshmentswere .
served. The junior stu
Metro's\ Transit Authority has been operating the dents acted as hostesses for the

buses successfully for the past eight months, using drivers seniors.We are. wishing Mrs. Bertha OWN YOUR OWN HOME
recruited
and trained
and some of the union drivers that Tate and Mrs. Juanita Goldena
broke the bus strike. seedy recovery. Until next

The general public seems to be satisfied and financial reporter. .
statements published show that far the Rose Wilkerson
so bus operation Patricia Mitchell 801 NW 75th StreetCBS
Is a paying
concern. 2 houses and efficiency Total $16,500

Currently----- -there- comes. some- 'dissatisfaction.. .. .between $1,500 down Live rent FREE Partly furnished
some: Ul our commissioners and the Transit Authority Corner lot Must be seen I FHA TERMS!
Some members would like to put the buses under the I

county manager, others are displeased with an increase 0--

made in the bus' fare for school children from 6c to.. lOc 1009 NW. 52nd Street
without a public hearing. "* *. "" to House and income $500 down $60 monthly

At Wednesday's ;meetirfg 6f the commission it 'was ( Move right in No qualifying Top investment.
: decided to instruct County' Attorney Darrey Davis to I -
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"draft. -- ---
,j an ordinance changing ,county's personnel rules .
other Dade County residents from applying for future 4610 NW 15th CourtCBS

employment as bus drivers. Present/bus drivers recruited 4 bedroom 2 bath house and efficiency -

and trained by ,(the, county would -be,,aHowed.tQ; continue $18,500 $800 down $105 monthl --.Ide.l for
their jobs. professional people FHATERMS; AVAILABLE.
,
i We think it's alright for Metro and the union to --0. ----
1 settle their differences and for union members to be employed -. 1841
! 'but if we understand the language correctly; "bar NW 42nd 'Street
CBS
other 3-bedroom 2 bath $14,800 $1,200 down
rI Dade County residents from applying" we wonder -
i if this is not infringing upon the rights of residents who TERMS$85'monthly! Like new Oversize lot. FHA

1 are.taxpayers. Couldn't they apply even if they are turn

4 ed ,down? I ...... 0--
, Perhaps In drafting the ordinance the language will "'.. liiJ'I: 5000 NW 18th Avenue
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'4 be changed. Airman Horace Ross Jr., and CBS
4-bedroom ,
As far as placing the buses under the county is con family are visiting his parents, TERMS 2 bath Corner lot FHA
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Ross of $15,500 Extra nice Don't miss this
cerned, we are of the opinion that county Manager 1028 NW 63rd St Airman Ross one! '
McNayr already is burdened with more headaches than Ii a graduate of Northwestern
he...can bear. We would like to see the Transit Authority High School, class of 1959. He is .
continue stationed at James Connalk AFB 4853
,: operating the buses. ; Waco, Texas. NW 15th Avenue

t' t.\ CBS 'Duplex 2.bedroom1 bath each apartment
N,J Total Registration Week ST. PAUL AME Partly furnished Rent with option to buy -. Ex

frw The women of St. Paul have cellent terms Move right in. ,
.:Are, you, a registered voter? If not, you should be. started their Woman's Day
You,:will have. an opportunity on Monday, October 1st drive which is an annual affair. OPEN SUNDAY 1 to 4 p.m.
The and
through!Saturday+ October 6. Books will be placed in the Stewardess president Board No.members 4 a r of every -
larger:precincts. grateful for the
This week's extension for the convenience of those) en them at the tea last Sunday. WE ALSO HAVE NEW HOMES

," wanting register was brought about by an appeal of and Next the Sunday ladies is Missionary have a very Day

both Stat Democratic, and Republican Committees to the unique program planned. Everyone UNIVERSAL REAL ESTATEHOME
Metro;' 'Co mi8SIQn. According to the 'appeal, the week' is urged to' attend.
"Total Our sick members are: Rev.
will be known Registration Week. Cooper, who is still in Jackson SPECIALISTS
:j In any case, try and register, be a real citizen. Memorial Hospital: ; Mrs. Ruth
tit,4 1 In': .Mississippi :and some other places Negroes are Mack at home. Please visit 2156 N.W. 36th Street
still'fighting to register. They do not enjoy this right, al- them with a word of cheer. .
Worship with In .
us our new
theirs. In Dade County our officials plead with NE 5-2892 "
: tifough it IB I church, NW 19th ave. and 51st ,
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... ---""'" ,'' ; '.' noon. He electrified the audience THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA

;e" it n.. : ;. :.. ';"..\.F'.i-,' I as he spoke on the sutfject"The :AGE 5
'oJ' ""' .. .:. o{ j World W<* Face". Mr. \VJI- SATURDAY SEPTEMBER: 29,.. J962
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l' '. '\\1j=\ ;"I; -.." Jt., <. I' Waters DELTAS College.HAVE LUNCHEON ey \si" :')I...;:; A1erLc'l{ I

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'1i'1\\\ ; l\1I ETING. Seventy Deltas met '. tit 1 Southernmost City
\. .1.f: 'f: 'I ; .' t .. l It' '
f' i' ,., In v
> .. .a..f. .1" one of the most exciting and '! .' I lut 'nANCJ rALfmn. .. .' ",, !.
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'. / f ,'i; 'inspirational meetings at' the ""
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Everglades in the Everglades -- II 1'1J1l. "
t D ItU11API1a" Room, last Saturday, ''
ORGAN DEDICATION AT' rec6very&& .gym"'mo nin't
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"" } Sept. 22. Rev. Henry C. McDowell
< I" .I-k.'" I
'QEl\. etch >to ee They have ttyo Children, pastor of the Church of RET1IEL CHURCH SUNDAY '
': fod' : Theca a ret and Robin, : the Open Door Congregational, Bethel AME Church flU dedicate ? Mrs. Hilda ffpl mNs-rON'" i$ student<< at the its new $3.000 organ,sunday
lon an e '.. ; R was guest speaker. He ex Monroe' General Hospital
Y7, ReV.
the I \ skegee Institute; horted the group to rededicate Sept. 30 at 3 pm.The
presep "M1TPHUR""J. (B.S; ''I'uskegee: themselves to the challenge,: of K. D. White Sr., minister will
nesp Most and unhanplnp\ u l.or stems 1 oftour'Nnw.101e ,11ti; ''MA, 'Univ. of Mich.}. 1 IS prpfes- their responsibilities for the officiate. DEATHS .! ." ','
: : :- gee. year. Mrs. DOROTHY MAXWELL Rev. A. Franklin Hooper Mrs. Essie Harris Lewis. 422
coUriattorj c,9e graduate MemorialAME !
pme pre L1OTT' Cornish ,
of Be- is the president. Mrs. pastor of Petronia
St., died suddenly Sept.
wHh the..Jl1istakes and failures :
; Cookman (B.S. Elem Ed.) MANER PARRIMORET Is Zion Church will preach I '
Of;tneY As't .1>'ci-l'i6Q\t m. ::lltrt .,; tll corresponding 15' Funeral services were con
? nd [ cQndiUo, is a teacher at Bethune Elem. secretary the dedication sermon. I ducted Sept. 23 from.., Bethel
) energy "
ctfangeb ""'School. He ;holds the:distinctionof Rendering music on the pro
cannot C&ppe at! AME Church with Rev( K. D.
you : will be choirs No. 1 and 2
being appointed to the directorship gram
ABOUT PEOPLE. Back home White '
with life'instead of trying t'o officiating.
of Bethel and the City Ambassa'
of the Talent Hunt again after an extended vacation
:demolish or run away from it. Project for the Seventh Districtof Mrs. ETHEL H1GGS. She dors, a male chorus. : Survivors are her husUand,
When find In' the
yourself
grip of you an emotional stress, Omega Psi Phi fraternity.The visited Mrs. Sybil Pratt and Usher board No. 2 will serve. I Robert L. Jr., give sisters, Mesdames -
with the of other Miamians In A cordial invitation is extended
force yourself to mingle with boys, exception Philadelphia Beulah Mason of Inter
,people and help them' with Winston, are active members of Mrs. EVA BOLIN of Ja lachen,' Fla., Myrtle Curry,
their' problems instead of retlr-l I Omega Pst Fraternity. All of malca, L I. !is the house guestof BIRTHDAY GREETINGS to: Alice Williams and Althmease
the children graduated from the the S. L. McNeals. Mrs. Bo- Mrs. Hilda McGee, Mrs. Pauline Harris of Jacksonville and Mrs.
Ing prison'within of yourself lonelinessl and!buildinga Refuseto high schools in Dade County. lin lived here at one time H. Smith, Mrs. Mary Myer, Ollie Adderly of Newark, N. J.;;
A .salute to this family for It was my good fortune to chat Mrs. Hazel Johnson .and James four brothers-in-law, Florida
:
; pity yourself r to seek self'justification
in alibis that strengthening the fibres of community with that grand "prince of Smith Thomas, Curry and Sam Williams -
easy life by the type of good business," WILBUR BRASS of Jacksonville and
make and you others.appear,noble Cultivate; to yourself the citizens they have developed. FIELD who Is now a salesmanfor A baby contest will come to James Lewis of Key: West.
Congratulations! Norton Tire Co. He is a new a close Sunday night at Bethel
old fashioned virtues 'Of love proud father as of a few months
AME Church. Mrs. Lewis was a member of
honor, loyalty, thrift 'and church Speaking of proud ones,
attendance. This contest Is sponsored by Queen Ester Lodge No. 1GO, the
Stop expecting too to the story left a darling dancing the Missionary Society, Mrs. Grand United Order of Pall
much of A wide
yourself. gap bundle of a baby boy at the
Bearers
Albertha White chairman. of America. The Key
between the standards
you set household of the JAMES
The following babies are In West Undertaking Co. had
.for and
yourself actual
your ac. HICKS! The little one came
the contest charge,: of
: arrangemens,:
complishmerits "tends to make
Sept. 17 Mrs. Hicks' mother,
'you unhappy and creates an In* Mrs. Powell of New York City Brigutte Colette Hawkins,
Janice A. Bagan, Bernard Al-
,feriority complex. came down for the event. Granu- John Wesley Smith died last
'reached bury, Kelvin Smith, Rubin
a goal more easily and tatner Powell I U due In Saturday Wednesday In New York City
Mitchell Suarez. Damita Jo
then set it higher upon suecessful PATRICIA BYSIELDc
I. after a short illness.
Davis, Gwendolyn Louise Smith
accomplishment. A step o u s 1 n of Chris Wareham ,
'at a time.. is the, surest way to is a charming visitor to our Isabel McW well. Gary Gonzales Funeral services were held
'''any gcfel" Find'something big country. Pat is from Kingston, Benjamin Lewis Chapman, Sunday Sept. 23 from Cornish
:Her than yourself In which to J) Jamaica. She i Is here seeking Wayne Michael Smith and Je Memorial AME Church with
""believe., enrollment in a school for interior I rome Hicks. Rev. A. Franklin< Hooper offi

v ., ... .}. ." /1 :c decorating. AUSTIN We are asking the entire ciating. Survivors Include a
,I' ;r'-r\ ", ,,.: JENNINGS is visiting his congregation to help make this wife, Carmellta of New York;
FAMILY .
< PORTRAIT of The .< brother and his family the affair a success. mother, Mrs. Bernice Smith of
;Week: Mr. and Mrs."Arthur F. Rashford 5'Sonny" Jennings In Key West, a sister Mrs. Violet
Scavella of 7134 NW 15th court.tThe rh.DIL their comfortable home in Liberty Mrs. Flossie Sands of 413 Ashe of Key West; two brothers,
Scavellas celebrated 40 City. Mr. Austin JenningsIs Smith Lane is sick at Monroe [Lionel Thomas and and Charles
Here of married life Sept. 3. a dentist bV profession. lie General Hospital. Friends of Smith of New York; an uncle,
is an example of a family DEBORAH PARTRIDGE Is the owner of a fleet of taxi. community wish her a speedy Kewley Smith,
constellation whose ties and cabs in his home city, Kingston ,:
patterns of living were held toI WOLF who is National President Jamaica. -

I ether on the of ZETA PHI BETA So- Miami Is always too happy to We who loved and knew him The funeral for James Symon-
rority, Inc., was spotlighted by
(precepts and have newcomers who plan to will miss this kindhearted man ette was conducted Sunday September
Associated Press in news
the a
make this their home. We have Methodlbt
foundations, in the crippled children In partlc- 23 from Newman -
release which
!customs and appeared local such a couple in the person of ularl Church, 1:30: p.m. Rev. G.
Herald on Sunday. The Atty. and Mrs. DONALD (Carol)
cultures of their W. Bethel, officiated. The fun-
will have an opportunityto
gentry JONES from Orlando. Both are HAPPY
respective fam-i and hear this dynamicand IIIIITHDAY GIIKK1N eral! was largely attended by
see graduates of Howard Univ. At INGS to Geneva
lies of previous of international Bethel, Edwin relatives and Xriends.
generations. Be. gifted lady present they are the house Scavella, Dora Eason, Oct. 1;
;)|lievng.| that importance when Zeta's" National guests of the Robbie Wrights in Vickie Elaine Johnson, Tommy
womanly place a Boule meets here' in July, their 'WRIGIfT-IIAPPIN EST" Doss, Doris Newton, Alice Harrison St. Stephen Day

.. In the home, 1963. Dr. Wolfe, holds the "high- at 4401 NW 14th Ave. The Barbara J. Bogan, Oct. 2; Care Center
)18 Scavella est federal appointment to be Joneses will soon be located in Eugene E. Kemp Clyde T. Wil
)' and awarded a Negro woman. SheIs their own home. His office will Its, Jr., Oct. 3; Billy Rolle Ednj 1781 NW 73rd Street
chief of education of the be located in Liberty City with. The
this Stallworth Lorenza Bethel} St. Stephen Day Care
provided so might becomea
reality in his House of Representalves Educalon In the area of 62nd St and 22nd Shirley Williams, Oct. 4; Zelma Center Is now open. Rates by M
structure.
Mrs. Scavella never family has workedout and Labor Committee." Ave Hurry and get out of Peters, Ethel A. Grice, Oct. 5. the woek $5.00, by the day 125.
bet and be on way again: and
your Hot lunches pick up ser
of t -home... PROF..CCHARLES L. Wffc.LIAM8 WILLIE WYNN So very THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK vice For further Informationcall

Factors which played forceful HPBAKfiR. The below OPHELIA ROLLE, and "Paptf' True Americanism means advocating PL 8-0007 after 4 p.m.
parts in this family are those pf ed former 'BTW principal spoketo dean to hear about the sudden the equal rights of all Monday through Friday, any
prayer and faith; work and con a capacity crowd at the 12th of CHARLIE ANDiJRSON men time on Saturday and Sunday.

slstency of purpose toward 'given annual fall tea of Usher Board owner and proprietor of ._ _
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directions and goals. Within No. 3 of Greater Bethel AME the famous White Horse -
Church ,last after Shop. He was a great guy!
the frame work of these factors on Sunday
the parents were careful to keep 1 Turn Rent Into InvestmentOwn
themselves as living patterns of

Christian and cultural examples.Mr. NEW CUSTOM BUILT HOME Your Own Home

Scavella came to Miami In Low down payment Low monthly payments Invest rent money in property
1917. Mrs. Scavella. the former
Manette Farquharson, came In ;BEVKRAL MODELS TO CHOOSE FRQM CHECK THESE VALUES
1919. All through the years they "
All 3-bedrooms and 2 full bath rooms
and their children have been active
in the affairs of St Agnes Open Sunday 2 to 0 p.m. $150 CASH $25 WEEK
Episcopal Church. Honors have Buys 2-bedroom furnished home
come to them because of their In Beautiful Richmond Heights

family and church life in the 11970 Thru 13100: Fillmore Street ',.: 0--
community. When their young.
est son Winston, graduated from OKA D. TAYLOR, AGENT 750-5221 $500 DOWN $79 MONTH

BTW Alumni High Association School in cited 1961.themas the DAYS 667-6984 NIGHTS UN 5-8728 For 2-bedroom, 2 bath .:.'

"Parents of The'Year." They a
have been awarded a citation

for active church participation $490 DOWN $79 MONTHFor

by St Agnes. GRAND OPENING 2-bedroom/ 2 bath home, furnished, fruit trees

One of their daughters. ,
the Venerable galore. This terrific value could be converted into a
LEOME is the wlfe of
John E. Culmer. They duplex for income property.

have five children, Francena, DON And RENEE
John, Angela, Lona, James. Mrs. a
Culmer is a graduate ,of ,Be
'
thune Cookman College with .a Live Rent Free 4 Unit Apt. !

.-, A. B. In English; .

.. EDNA, who has worked side School of Dancing We have 2, 3, 4 unit properties
We in reasonable
specialize
: financing
by side with her parents in con
tributions to the needs and the
'" development of her sisters and Friendly sales people are here to serve you'
4745 N.W. 23rd Court
,, .' brothers, has been employedfor B. Hancock M. Farina J. ScottJ.

Richard's Huegel P. Mitchell D. HarperWE
' 18 years.ELDRIDGE. Preparation for Ballet Modern Dance

t'" a graduate of Be- ARRANGE FINANCING ALSO

t!: thune with a major In biology He Jazz Tap and Ballroom Dancing
;? Is a Civil Service employee. TRIO REALTY
i Is married to the former Yvopne \Ages 3 to 93 Children and adult classes
;: Rolle, Earllngton Heights teacher -
( They have two children For information phone NE 5-6228 801 NW 54th Street
and Emery.
r; Michael
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'!' Mrs. Lemuel (FLORENCE) GRAND OPENING CELEBRATION OCT. 6 PL 9-8372 PL 9.5455 NE 5-8745

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Beef Liver Ib 390 Pure ARMOUR STAR Lard 3 lbs 5ge

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Apples 3 Ib 39* Sugar 5 lbs 294
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LB. Regular, Drip, or
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA i Three Make All ';. .
Bombers Move To N
". SATTURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1962 PAGE 71 .
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I Star Rookie TeamThree "


Methane Downs South league baseball leading players Negro major were Hialeah.; Face Atlanta


elected to the 1062 Topps AH-- The Miami Bombers of the contests helped hasten the r
Star Rookie Team It was announced
Carolina professional Florida Football transfer. ',\
State {
190DAYTONA this week. They are Ed League have switched their
Charles, third base and Manny franchise from Miami to Hialeah The Bombers chose an opportune
Jlmlnez, outfield, both of the Bomber general time to make their move,
BEACH The third quarter. Kansas City Athletics and Al Wally Piper announced.manager having won their first game of
Bethune Cookman Wildcats Jackson, New York Meta pit the season Saturday night In '
opened their 1962 season by de- Late in the fourth period End cher of"We the have changed the name the Orange Bowl 20-19 against ',
team to the Hialeah
feating hard Robert Jones intercepted the Lauderdale and 1
a charging South a I Tigers now
the Bombers
The full roster of teamIs and will play our remaining
Carolina State team 10-0( beforea South Carolina pass on the 40 home in ; stand 1.2.Ticket .
; games the
rain drenched home crowd and ran to the 10 yard line. Hialeah
Municipal Stadium beginning

of more than, 2,000. FIRST BASE: Fred Whltfleld prices for Bomber
Cecil McClendon picked up one St. Louis Cardinals. Sunday at 2:15: p.m. home games are $1.50 for adults,
Bobby Frazler, 175 Itf. Senior yard on the next play. After against the Atlanta Rebels," $1.00 for students and 50 cents
All Conference quarterback, another try Stan Edwards I SECOND BASE: Bernie Allen, Piper said.Hlaleah for children under 12.Dugie's .
started the scoring by throwing handed off to McClendon who I Minnesota: Twins. Mayor Henry A. Ml-
1! //8. l9 yard Pass to George skirted his right end for the THIRD BASE: Ed Charles, lander said he welcomed the
Williams early In the first quar third score. II'Kansas City Athletics. news and predicted that the Guest HouseThe
ter Both teams bothered by a South.. t SHORT STOP: Tom Tresh, Bombers would draw good
wet ball took few chances and Carolina State's deepest New York Yankees. crowds. The Bombers formerly house of clean rooms J
the'quarter ended with B-CC 6 penetration was to the 20 yard played their In .
games the Orange
SCS v. line when they recovered a'' OUTFIELD: Manny Jlmlnez, Bowl where low Open 24 hours NE 4-3851 'I 9
fumble but gave the ball up on Kansas City A's; Al Luplow, In their first attendance
In the.second:t, period Bobby} the next play via a fumble. Bemnne Cleveland Indians; Boog Powell, two home Seeing is BelievingSee
:' .Frazier, again passed 10',yards gained, 203 yards passing Baltimore Orioles.
to End Jerry Simmons for the while South Carolina gained 13. CATCHER;: Bob Rodgers, Los u. for clean room ,
second Wildcat,.score. J"o"h" a Bethune ,picked 128 yards rushing Angeles Angels. The members of the rookie. j
Ammons kicked the extra point. l to South Carolina's 89. I I RIGHT HAND PITCHER: team will at be the honored Waldorf-Astoria at a luncheon Jamaica Dugie, always a ;

There was no score In the The Wildcats will meet the Dean Chance, Los Angeles Hotel in New York City on Oct friend
Benedict, Tigers of Columbia, 'Angels. 25 when they will receive engraved .
'ff S,C. in the Gator Bowl, Jackson I' LEFT HAND PITCHER: Al trophies and other 2941 NW 47th St., Miami
Bunche ParkRecreation ville on Oct. 13. Jackson, New York Mcts. I awards. INDF

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sonal ",ports tumbling, ,dancing, ': :
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dramatics tivities. and many other ac :1 wonderfulworld

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Friday from 3 until 6 p.m. and
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Sepl.v 24 The 'Junior} ;hlgh':kids a"
''responded\ In full 'swing....Four : aa4
flag football ''games"got 'on the I
way and five volleyball games
followed up by the night activ 4 '.., n +aBREWEp
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start by winning their first
game are 7-8, 7.2, 7-4, 8-2 and
8-3 girls. The boys are 7.1, 7.0,
9-1. 8-2, 9-1, 7-3. 83.
The girls played volleyball
and the boys flair football

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3.15.to ,6 p.m. Nights Monday,
Wednesday and Thursday 7 p.m.
to 10,p.m. and Saturday 9 a.m.
to 5 pm.

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FLORIDA Matthews Men's $4 Raise for Aged day.
THE MIAMI TIMES --" MIAMI i '., '1 'i. .
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SATURDAY; SEPTEMBER 29, 162 ; d of,
PAGE 8' "Day Speaker. ) ,4'U tr*... V**MAt ., 1 ,!., viil receive ''1 W ,w 'the fi.a tt'rmah', ev W elfare
#" 4 -4 !monthly:;grants of $70 insteadof B ai' ;I .fallings

Lr ,Mt" Tabor'.Clifford ,' -' "tf t,; ; $66 : Beginning Oct.'1,",Joy. bit irampL'; a tf Jl\ jQ jtwife -. se will

I' LOOKING THE .. ;\ : R, Matthews Sr.' ,' one '
'. off!# MJamTs\ most noted young ,' ;.. : _, __
ihi! orators,. has tfcen, engaged to '
WORLD OVER: bring the main message on Sun I
\ SPORTy day, Sept. 30 when Mt. Tabor LI'BIT Y.
observes its annual Men's Day ,:
LEO '6. ARMBRI8TER celebration The speaker is a' :
native of Gainesville, where' he

..,.......... .. graduated from the Lincoln
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L #' i'S' 4a4t44' LY 43.41n'4 t.-4 s 16.'si li O4YDa4< ,
-'r-rY" High School with high' honorsin DRIVE IN THEATRE :
1943. After serving three ,

Liston Made PattersonListen years here and in abroad the Armed, he went Forces to OX. 1.7959 22nd :Ave" and 69th St. ,
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I Fisk.University. where he grad -.r- ... --- ,.. '
uated with the AB degree in I
sociology and economics. In addition FIRST MIAMI SHOWINGNOW
To The Count he has completed all "
.. work for the Masters' degree except SHOWING BOTH IN COLOR
the writing of the thesis.At .
Fans he is a heavyweight championwas
DispleasedWith
given the opportunity and present, the speaker Is a I
Short Bout handled himself magnificentlynow social studies teacher at North ; AT LAST ON THE SCREEN:
asks for another chance; Dade High School where he
r If Sonny Liston could be this time to prove that he is has represented the school on I WORLD'S GREAT STORY OF
j found on a super market shelf, capable of being a worthy rep many of the Dade County
he definitely would be' most resentative of the high ranking School Board committees. His
popular with the housewives, honor in the boxing world subject for Sunday is "Are We FRIENDSHIP FURY!
who find so much favor in the which he now possesses. Committed" and will deal with
work-free results of Jnstant Fight fans like to have dependable many aspects Communism
products.He champion and a this and Christianity. Don't miss Filmed jn Spectacular Colorl I'f

has assuredly established factor alone will go far in aidIng this address.
himself as an instant product of Liston to achieve his second 'METRO-GOIDWYN MAYER
PflSl IIIDAMON\
high value Tuesday night in request. \
flooring Floyd Patterson in 2 I FOR SALE I
minutes 0 seconds of the first Patterson, who detests beinga .
round, the hird quickest timein loser, was no doubt theworld's HEALTH FORCES owner to .
which a heavyweight title most disillusioned per. sell his ice business. Two 'j
son Tuesday night, amidst his I THE
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has changed hands.A
vague explanation of what hap. trucks, two houses, collateral fLAND3, ',
reporter, especially one pened to, him in those 126 seconds property or cash. White or col. LEAP (I i
who had underestimated Liston ored. For write
be encountered Liston, he appointment
and overrated Patterson, foundno Box 334 Allapattah Station FOR V
was emphatic and most eager to PYTHIAS"Greaterova
joy in the quick depletion of fulfill the clause of the con Miami. : f .
Patterson by Liston, but for tract which calls for a return LIFE
this confused individual there bout with the new champ. hath no man
was some consolation from the The owner of a house at 3904 OVER than this, that a man lay
fact that Many believe this will not I ..
what seemed so ob SW 28th Street in West Holly.
scure l.\ fore Tuesday night was prove to be physically nor financially wood (Hyde Park section) THE .e :!down his life for a frhndl"
now a glaring reality Liston beneficial to the ex- would like the buyer to pay a
can hit as hard as an Alabama champ, but it is heartening to' sum for the money already invested 100
mule can kick. know that he has not suffered In the home. Buyer may < py
All the mythical fantasies any inferiority complex by pick up the balance: on small FOOT
that Patterson was so swift, ex the humiliating walloping he re monthly payments of $36.
perienced and such a wizardin ceived from Liston. Owner will handle all business CLlFF'I:i t,
the ring that the clumsy Lis- The sentiments of thousandsof through an attorney ,and can be I _
ton, who was not such a sleek fans were expressed in the reached at telephone number
operator, and who probably can comments of prominent sports. YU 7-1369 after 6.30: any evening MANYMORE \\
not hit as hard as was reputed, man, Clyde "The Glass" Kll- except Monday, Tuesday or
j can now be stored away in the lens, who said as he was leaving Thursday or any morning, be Y
funny books to be used when the proposed fight: "That'sa fore 9'0 clock or WA 2-7197 any t
+.( good comedy is in demand. racket and should be Investigated day after 2 o'clock and every THRILLS Mortal enemlor,
Liston, who had pleaded and by Senator Kefauver and Sunday. become friends;
begged for the chance to "
prove company,
I Two great love

CLEAN 3-bedroom house, all I (stories, Damon,
BOWLING NOTES High individual single game: Jalousie windows a cool I the thief and the 3
house, with over street girl
Willie Nicholson 22J Freddie hariging roof ; PythlaaX.
Teams and, individual stand. Mason 219; Frank Smith; 212. all around $250 down, 3270 NW the Idealist and,
ings of Excelsior League after 51st Terr Open 9 am to 6 p.m -L his devoted wife. ,
second week: Averages of 180 and up: HI 6-9912. f

Teams W L Pet, Frank. .Smith 192; Freddie rnA U '_mMIiOlOO
1Tagan-Fonda Mason 190; James Blackman
6 0
1.000
News Realty 5 1 .833 186; Ray Thornton 182; Willie Open Sun. 1-6 fQK.(twO .. B mii"iii .It.=SAlUafARfSAI

Miami Times 4 2 .667 Nicholson 181; Colin James 180. 954 NW 75th St. M _aJR1ISlOIIIWIir w. =='w ..:...EATMANcOLO1s
12th -
Frame HiHats
3 3 .500 Fully furnished
Olympics 3 3 .500 Bowl a 700 or over, 3 games
Am Fur. TV 33 .500 set and join the exclusive mem $390 down FHA $69 Mo.
bership club of Albert Bryant
Carriage Club 3 3 .500
Hot Shoppe 2 4 .333 701; and Dennis Peak 719. Newly decorated 2 bed'
Kenny's Dept St. 1 5 .167 I room CBS on corner lot.
St Clair's Cafe 0 6 .000 The Falstaff Traveling garage, oak floors, tile roof

Team high 3 game: Hagan League officially got started I awnings.
last at the beautiful
and Fonda Sunday
2686 12th Frame Hi
Hats 2614; Olympics; 2603. dale.Sunrise Enthusiasm Lanes In was Fort high Lauder.and I Bright Realty, Inc.

Team high single game: Ha. bowling was good. 283 N.W. 79th Street
and Fonda 962 PLaza
gan ; Kenny'sDept. in 7-8456
Averaging 190 and better
I Store 909 News Realty .
I I,' 90'i.I ; this top.Elite bowlers league <' *I IItNME e.q.p ODNr.
were J C. Williams 198; James Y BASEHIRT TAYIQR
I /: High individual 3 game: Willie Terry 196; W. L. Adams 194; Kit IACG tA
I; ',:' Nicholson 598; Colin James Cyril Miller 193; Sam Burrows ::1 NICOt Rico
584; Freddie Mason 582 193, and John Stover 192. HODGESBEAUTY
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I" SALON Coming next week Thursday
FABULOUS BUNCHE LANES ia .
pecaaluting;' in all ph*.ea
of beauty treatments Patterson Uston Fight ;Pictures, i iI

2282 Bunche Park West Drive Facial with or eye brow arch I SEE THE KNOCKOUT BLOWS THE TV CAMERAS
every hairdo free
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5575 NW 17th Ave.

f CALLING ALL MEN CALLING ALL BOWLERS ::: -z"Y/ .: ::: :: = .. ,
Catherine Rodges, Prop.
NEXTlATTRACTION
ENTER THE"KING ,
:" OX 1.9544 COOL,

'" :} OF THE HILL" BOWLING ANOTHEK'TOWN.

I ANOTHER auuraiu.e I

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( TOURNAMENT 749 NW 50th St. !, & Now KIRK EDW. .

ONLY $400 DOWN DOUGLAS.' ROBINSON
BEING HELD AT BUNCHE LANES '

I' Friday 9 p.m. and Saturday 2-8 p.m. Balance $78 FHA per month t "2 WEEKS It( III

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room, Flat room, carport, '
\ a CASH PRIZES ENTRY FEE $2.50 large yard with patio and : OT0CHARISSE

t :\ \\ \ \ ,\ 4 Games Across 8 Lanes garden shad tree with. map Buy from fruit owner and-'# b--' y 65{ EMIIIION l Q111, 'p145 ONEMASCOnMCnO, S 91E8 f 6 COtO IS( 4M

''For. further information call Cyril Miller.:-624-1433 and save. 05

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Personal Mention SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1962, PAGE
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Mrs. Mae E."Roberts, ainuYsfi. HTT' ?
4 ;, OF YOUR FAVORITE :
: on the staff of Christian Hospital lVjfRE '
t ', ) i lt'Is '[Spending frer i vaca, $, qir +'
In! ,: ; ; & :.
Jacksonville.. } as. the house I IERTAINERS BANDS
finest tf ,
s stet and1 brdtWltjMrs. '
law,r:. ape:' MrJl; i 7 1iigh,. ':, i\ ; .. Sl t t {
to'W '.'.' 'j" "' .Tr II > r CLYDE. ,:KILLENS'' ,
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6th court whose, birthday was :
r ANom.. j V Sept.: 19 is confined to herded' :: It-N'IGHT BEAT
achy has beenf for/.almost ten
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Mrs. Rosa.,Lee Tblbert, of 7030 TONITE, TOMORROW AND
: NW 12th aye'and;Mrs. Erm*
: : Hendersori; ot 2340 Rutland St. SUNDAY SEPT. 28.29.30
;: Opalocka enjoyed a.wonderful ,
five-week 'vacati r1. '
They at -
tended the World's Fair In,Seattle '. ;;r ;
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Wash, from there to Ta. '
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coma and to the National Bap- x
tist Convention In Chicago
then to New York City and
,p Trenton, N.J.
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Miss Barbara Bo'Ney recently
returned to the city via Delta ( a !
Yvonne Finley Is Bride Jet Airlines and is back 'at her
desk 't4
at the Miami Times aftera
two-week vacation In Chicago
where she attended the National
Of James CaldwellMiss Baptist Convention. She was
the house guest of her brother,
Earl who is teacher
a at John
Yvonne Finley, grand Bridesmaids were: Mrs. Lor. Marshall High there.
daughter of Mrs. Bertha Oil- raine Pigatt and Miss Carolyn ,
phant of 275 NW 7th St., became Bannister. Both were dressed In L Ey w '73ft(
the bride of James Caldwell blue and yellow satin gowns
son of Mr. and Mrs. Rich also with scalloped necklines Modern CBS Store
ard Caldwell of 23GO NW 74th Johnny Render, a longtime
St., with the Rev. Edward T. frIend of the bridegroom, was New Colored area; need
Gra an1j pastor 'of Mt. Zion bestman, and ushers were Rob. doctor, dentist optician
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Baptist Church, officiating. ert Shorter and Arnett Baker. ,
beauty parlor, barber. Near BO DIDDLEYAND
Gorgeously attired in an attractive Little Miss Kathy Cole was Shell', Food Fair, Grand.
formal Dior-styled the flower and was attor-
wedding gown of white cnan- ed In a girlh lte dress of organza way. In the heart of Mi I
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tllly lace, with a fitted bodice, and taffeta. at HIS BAND "
short sleeves and, a modiifed The bride Is a graduate of 5134 NW 7th Ave. c 1
neckline outlined In irridescent of Booker T. Washington High Plus an All-Star Show 1:'
sequins: fastened at the back School. Call OX 6-0433
a three quarter length veil, I The bridegroom attended Mr. Jay, FEATURING
white satin
slippers, and carry Northwestern High School.
ing a beautiful bouquet of flowers
Following the Open for inspection
ceremony a reception -
the bride'
was given In In honor of the JOYA LANE
newlyweds -
marriage by her, cousin, Alfred was held at the same Monday Oct. 1
T Oliphant III home.,
The bride was attended by: a L *Ti 1 SENSATIONAL INTERPRETIVE DANCER)
matron of honor and two
bridesmaids. Mrs. Sylvia Me- Admi.sion-Fri. and Sun. $1.50
Ford, a long-time friend of the STANLEY E. JOHNSON, M.D.
bride, was matron of honor
and was attired In an attractive, Announces the opening of his office for the practice of Saturday $2.00

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'Hour: Dally 10-1 and 5-7 p.m. Thurs, by appointment COMING COMING

THE FINE ARTSCONSERVATORY 6827 N.W. 15th Avenue Phone 696-5673


in its .llth year of quality t

teaching of music, dance, JOIN THE FUN,!
art, ,drama. t'

'615 Phone N.W. 757.1351 60th Street CAPITOL All new shows onThe'Stago! I E. LoisForeman

Ruth Greenfield, director

. THEATRE; Every Wed. 9 p.m.

TV SICK? : JIMMY REEVES

Have It repaired on credit if and his
yon HTP in Liberty City or
Jlrournnvllle. Pay wet'kJ:1'0. PARADE OF STARS
Sweet Singing
eMlmate. FRANK "Floor Show"WILLIAMS

DIAL 6904581 4 Vocalist

2636,N.W. 62nd ST. And His Rocketeers

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s, With Songsational

FOR SALE Little Kora

. Choice Home plus BIG'' TALENT CONTEST Hear her sing yourfavorite

Building lot $ $ $ CASH PRIZES $ $ $ songs

W. Carver Ranches

S.W* 13th St. & 56th Are. You'll love her
$50 DOWN w

$15 MONTH:

Calyl Mr. Cooper ......

NE 5-0618 I, Falttaff Traveling League at our Plus JIMMY NORMAN

s house Sunday afternoon 5 p.m. I Another Show Stopper

Are You LookingFor LIL( Won't you come over and watch October 5-6-7

the best of bowling from 2 coun .
Home? I >
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ties. See you Sunday, afternoon

AN INCOME Little Eva Oct. 19. 20. 21

I own a lour family CBS one
story apartment building that U I n
in excellent condition, and ,located _
In a first CW8'nthtbbo.... RAY CHARLES SAT., OCT. 27
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hood. The full price in $18,000. _:
It can be purchased with $3,000 .,. i: MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUMWhen
the balance
down payment and
like rent If this sound like
what yon have always wanted. PI -LAND n
stop by 4825 NW 30th Ave and '
Inspect the property. Then better shows are presented .
phone me: Mr. Walker.

Clyde Killens will themH
TU 84585ou .-"t." present '

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Franklin was crazy to fly a kite

THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA : :":*"" ",xIlrJ.lf'r? ; }; 1, ,'Irlsil'w in a thunderstorm. 1 guess there
were those who thought Jesus
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1962 Christ was mad. Yet, the effectsof
11I1'111P
these "different" people has
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ness of Importance was carried 'cation in Maryland. go off to some far away
out. A donation of $25 was sent I Next meeting will be held by Those of you who wanted to "Thank you Rev God bless place. Not now anyway. If you
.. to the NAACP. The club plansto ,Miss Nellie Williams at 1520 go to college, but did not get you Rev,"' "God bless you Sis i can afford It fine. If you
give away $50. Tickets are NE 153rd St. off for one reason or another, she departed. can't then accept things as they
$1.00 can: be purchased from Mrs. lola Crawford, president come sit down, let's talk. ter. and so I are. Use what you have the

members. A lovely repast was ; Miss Nellie Williams, secretary college Three years later she received junior college, until you can
served by Hostess W. Craw ; Mrs. Cora Lee, reporter. Why you did not go to another letter about degrees afford what you want.
C I interests me. Whatever y o u r
v ford. Tomorrow when sit and
excuses are you sure her This letter stated we
Bethune Installs reasons or I from son.
p Birthday greetings for members that it is really why you're not that he had a B.9., an M. S. anda look Back at it all we'll find
that the same things which
I for August and September: School Patrolsone in college now? Ph.D degree. made us successful in h i g h
Mesdames Neal Wellington
George
{/' Crawford, Elmore Ross, can some out and enjoy Someone told a story once of good t school makes us successful In
I i self confident, minister eoMomteaphone also find that the
Ollie Castelow. Patrol Installation assemblyat an ambitious, In a life. We'll
I Bethune Elementary School card working young man. This state of excitement. Like a good interpretations given by the
The club held its 8th anni- 'was impressive on Thursday man wanted to advance himselfin minister he came up with the preacher was correct and are
versary at Gibbs Chapel AME : Sept. 20, as 46 patrol boys and life. To do this, he knew answer, "Sister now there's no true higher education is in a
Church last month Rev. H girls took the oath of service to that he would need a college need in you getting all up in sense more of the same old
(their school. The installation' education. He figured that if he the air. Ph.D.! why that's just 'stuff piled up high and de p.-
was administered Uy Sgt./ Leroy I could go to a city where a' college what the B.S. is. You see first Cousin.
Smith of the Miami PoliceDept. was located, he would be he got the BS then he got the
Bunche Lanes Very timely remarks were given able to work and go to school. MS, which more of the same ol
by our principal. I This he did. After four years, stuff. Now he's got the PhD Neatly Furnished
Clyde Bridges and Joan he completed the requirementsfor which means he's got more of
NewsNorth Campbell are captains and Na- a degree. He was so very the same old stuff piled up high ROOMS
tnamel Oliff is co-captain of proud.. In excitement he wrote and deep.
the Safety Patrol this year. his mother and said: Dear Mom FOR RENT
I We welcome Mrs. Nellie Wilder I have earned my B.S. degree.', If you did not get off to college Maid Service
Dade branch of Metro back with us after being His mother not being educateed because of this or that Private ParkingFor
Recreation Dept., under the direction out for several days because ot I. was confused by this B. S. perhaps you'd better check Cars
of Walter Cambridge, Illness. Our sincere sympathy is degree. What in the world is yourself. If you are trying to
will start a howling: program extended to Mr. Morris Bobb in that? She being a church-gping, wait until things get better. If Ann's Guest House
Sept. 24. Children 8.16 years of the recent who passing resided of his in grand Lake God-fearing woman immediatelytook you are putting school off for 344 N.W. 10th St.
age may bowl for 25 cents per- mother this letter to her ministerto tomorrow, wise up. It might FR 9.9155
game, 10 cents for shoes. This cnarlcs, La. tte straightened out. The minister make you seem sick to some AND ALSO
activity starts after school Sunday and said he was on his said to her, 'Sister, you I folk if you stepped out of the -
hours Teams will be formed way to the fight. Yes, I said my know what B.S. means?" crowd as you see now to push Lindsey'sGuest
and good sportsmanship will the be brother, who do you think Yes, Rev., I Just wanted to be forward. But remember it is the House
practiced as they enjoy
called "sick" who
this column Cab'saido make sure. so people exceed -
athletic competition.Some vrites tell all his friends in Miami More time passed about a the masses. Certainly 358 N. W. 10th St.
;.hat he will be here this winter year to be_exact. Mom received people must have thought Chris FR 1.9177
of our Dade County 'nith the Globe Trotters and another letter from her j son. topher Columbus was sick. They indf
school teachers are taking ad- l to do some bowling while This time the letter was ended{ must have thought Benjamin;

vantage of the free instructions he's plans here with the words: You can be .....or-_-_'iI"_._." ...... ,.......-'" -..D_II._II __,.,..._ .w II'_____11'.......
given to the ladles on Tuesday proud of me for now I not only
nights. I counted.23 teachers in The king of the Hill Bowling have a B.S. degree but I also
their bowling totli; enjoying this Tournament starts this Satur- have an M. S. degree. DR. MURRAY RADIN

service available at Bunche lay at 9 p.m. All men,, are Invited By George! .This really con-
Lanes. How about a teachers'league Cash prizes ANNOUNCES TilE OPENING OP HIS
? to participate. fused poor mom. But being a
will Ite awarded you too, can be loyal faithful and good Chris-
.he king of the Hill. Come on NEW CLINICAt
tian, again she went straight to
Dan Blando, our congenial jut Saturday night and get all the minister for his interpretation 1159 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone 374.1419
manager rolled a 679 set in details. "Sister," the good Reverend
league competition last week. said, "that's Jus, More of ,General Practice XRayPhysical
Mrs. Barbara Johnson, a:dele the same old Stuff"Repossessed
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Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastorrs. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1962 PAGE 11 Fr. Elisha S. Clarke, Jr., Vicar
Dorothy Major, reporter 5 "
it Because of the rapid growing -
unday, Sept. 30 there will attendance the following
service of recognition of lot -
chairs to the
t preachers. Time of this ser- persons donated
Ice Is 3:30: p.m. The public le church: Mrs. Elsie Baptiste,
|vited to attend the service. Mrs. Turner mother of Mrs.

The Southland Singers will Clmrdi Doreen Williams and the St. "
pear In concert Sunday Oct to
Mary's Chapter of the Episcopal
) at 8 p.m. The public is In: me
Churchwomen. Mrs. Doris
ted, to attend this great song
st. You will miss a treat i iu if Johnson, chairman. Thanks to
miss the Southland Singers. these people.An .

all day sale will be sponsored

MARTIN ST. BARNABAS W. M. Friendship M. B. ChurchRev. by Captains Maude Concur
MEMORIAL .
Homecoming at and Doris Johnson on Saturday
j Richmond Heights Rev. E. A. Culmer, pastorMrs. W. E. Sims, pastor Sept. 29 at the home of
Rev. L. R. Brown, pastor Trinity ''CME S. Dawkins, reporter Mrs. Ruby Lee Carr, reporter Mrs. Johnson, 14121 NW 23rd

!Sunday the Women's Mislonary Aside from our regular ser place.
Society will have Its: Sunday, Oct. 7, Morning worship was led vice on Sunday Ward No.2.
dome by our assistant Rev. H. The church's annual boat
service with be celebrating Its first pastor, Deacon James Ross will
'Sunday sponsor
fifth our
wn Rev. A. W. Wesley deliver at the church which Is Demeritte. He preached from a tea at the home of Bro. ride will be on Friday, Nov. 3,
; ig the morning message ande locate at 511 NW 4th St. the Epistle of James 1; subject,* and Sis. Eddie B. Lewis 901 8 pm. The boat will leave: Biscayne -
"Having Joy and Tribulation. guest Bay Tickets are now on
junior choir, under the di NW 65th St., 4-0 p.m.
ection of Mrs. Laura A. Pal Morning worship begins at 11 Everyone was spiritually bles: speaker will be Mrs. Gloria Nel sale. You may contact any memo
the a.m. with the pastor Rev. E. T. sed. The No.1 choir furnished son, a graduate of Albany State ber for purchasing of tickets.
music.
ore furnishing
last Monday Brown delivering sermon. music with Mrs. Lillian College and a teacher at Be. Edwin Rogers chairman; cochairman -
On members of evening the Stewards Rev. All members, former membersand Knowles at the piano. No. one thune Elementary School, alsoa are James Lucas and
rown,

Board and the Stewardess friends are Invited to wor ushers served. member of the First Baptist Mrs. Verne T. Tinker. For any
:
oard No. 1 gave a surprise ship with us and enjoy dinner Evening devotion was led by Church of Opa-locka. Information call either of the
kppreclatlon social for Mrs. after services.At Rev. Demerltte. He preached Ward No.6, Deacon T. F chairmen.A .

lyrtls, Johnson for her untlr- 5 p.m. the charter mem from Daniel 5th chapter; theme,, Barber will sponsor a tea at the Blmlnl trip sponsored by
ng service to them as chair bers will present the history of "The Destruction of the Baby home of Bro. and Sis. N. L. captains Crandell McLeod Sr.,
an for the past five years. the church. You will miss a Ionian Kingdom." Mrs. M. E. Lewis, 1423 NW 6th court, Sunday ,- and Jane Lewis is slated for
hey gave a standing ovation treat and stimulating programIf Culmer was at the piano. 4 p.m.BAHA'I. Nov. 21.There .
n love and appreciation for the you are not present. Our pastor Is still on vacation.
Ine leadership given them We hope when he returns to us will be a night of games
ASSEMBLY
embers of Stewardess Board he will be well rested. We are at the home of ,Mr. and Mrs.
To. 1 are Mesdames Maggie MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev. praying that the Lord will be Winston G. Evans Baha'l James Lucas, 2571 NW 153rd on
/llson, Readie Johnson, Sara with him and will bring him author and lecturer who Is In I Saturday Oct. 13 all day. There
Idle Patience Mitchell, Edna E. M. Thomas, pastor home safely. Visitors are al. Miami on a proclamation tour, i will be run and a big surprise
esley, Anna Williams Lillian Phyllis Myers reporter ways welcome. will speak at the regular week given. Captain, James Lucas, co-
rown, Altamease Smith, Effie captain, Hortense Lucas.
for the Usher. ly Sunday evening public
Sunday was a bigday Board No. 1 held Its
rown
men of our church. It was a annual meeting at the home of meeting held at the Baha'l Center I MT. CARMEL M. BAPTIST
The women of Martin Memo Jay of which they had long Mrs. Welda Roole, 2051 NW 137 NW 11th ave. at will.m.
Ial are working diligently in seen awaiting and preparing 49th St. The usher board with ; Sept. 30. His subject be Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor
>reparation for their Women'say for It was Men's Day. The: Mrs. Maxine Major, celebrated "The Promised Day Is Come." Mrs. Christine Cherry reporter

) program. Mrs. Maude K., speaker for the morning service her birthday which was very The public Is cordially Invited. 0 Lord, my God, In thee do I
aeid the general chairman it .vas Rev. P. W. Williams. His Inspiring.
soliciting the support of .the. message was fully enjoyed by Officers J put my trust Save me from all
are Audley Richardson and
NEW PROVIDENCERev. them that persecute me,
the entire congregation.
community.
hurch and ,
president; Miss Maxine deliver me Psalm 71.
Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock Major, secretary; Miss Theresa C. J. Burney pastor
ST. LUKE BAPTIST he speaker was Rev. Sims of Lewis, reporter; Rev. E. A. Cul- Mrs. Claudia Wilson, reporterWe Pastor Bradley Is still warning -
1 Friendship. The church again I mer, pastor. are making plans for our the people to still run for
Rev P. W. Williams, pastor )elng full to Its capacity, also church anniversary. The date your lives and the only way wa
Dunesba Green, reporterThe jnjoyed his sermon very much will be In the next week's news. can do this is to stop our
The entire day and the pro- INCARNATIONThe We are expecting a grand time ways and run to the city of re-
Special Fall Tea on last tram was a big success, both this week In the ministers and fuge.
Sacred
Sunday was a success. Out spiritually,and financially. Heart Chapter of Deacons' Union which Is being
Episcopal Churchwomen of the Every Tuesday night Is yet
chairman, Bro. Ammons wish to held here at our church.
thank all who helped to make Church of the Incarnation were Continue In prayer for the known as our Fountain of
thrilled over the fine Remember the sick and
[the affair a success. EBENEZER METHODISTRev. support sick. Prayer
given their organ recital feature shut-Ins in your prayers.
Sunday, Sept. 30 the Junior A D. Hall, minister ing Linton Berrien with guest GRACE PRESBYTERIANThis
Choir Is sponsoring a musical E. Ingram, reporter soloists Timmie Terry and 1 I NEW ANTIOCH BETHEL,
program at the church at 3 p.m. This week promises to be an- Miss Judie Mahoney on Sept. 16. sunday Is Christian Edu- Elder Watson
dome of Miami's most outstanding other busy one for the women Martha Strachan Is chairmanand cational Sunday. The youth pastor
junior choirs will appear. :of Ebenezer Methodist Churchis Louise Hunter, secretary. will be In charge of the morning The New Antloch Bethel No.
Come out, one and all to sup- they set out to make final Members who have answered service, and the Sunday 3 Is in a great Revival Meeting
port our children. Refreshments plans for their annual Woman's the call of the States arc: School staff will present an Interesting Everybody is welcome! Mission
will be served. Day program. Mrs Beatrice Robinson Rah. evening program. ary Turner is in charge this
Mrs. Mable Crumpton, chair. ming, California; Mesdames Al- Members and friends are Intlt- week..
K. The women are busy as can man of this year's activities Is termease Jarrett, Massachusetts; ed to attend both of these Inspiring New Antloch kindergarten is
|,be for our annual Woman's 30 Day working very diligently toward Erma Parllns, Utah; Ella Mae occasions. open for of child
or
Oct. 28. There are some have Been: I, opping financial goal setup at Wyche, Pennsylvania; Florida Let's remember the great programs ren from registration Lowest
:' ore captains. There Your .he beginning of the drive. As. Dean, New York; Carrie Saw. In store for us duringour rates per child, and lowest rates
'many activities planned.Women istlng Mrs. Crumpton as cochairmen yer, North Carolina; Alice anniversary drive. Anniversary for two or more children.from
operation Is expected. foot are Miss Catherine Knowles, Tennessee; Louise week Is from Nov 4-11 one family. .
lof St Paul put your best will Brennan and Mrs Margaret Bradley, Vermont; Margaret The women of the church are, Registration beginning Monday
forward, and together Mrs. A.we L. bui-- Fhompklns. Mrs. Mamie Lam Jones, Florida; Mary Hannah, sponsoring a Stay at Home Tea at 7:15: a.m. at 4922 NW
reach our goal.chairman. bert Is serving as secretary of South Dakota. Oct. 7, from 4:30: to 6:30: p.m. I 22nd, Ave., phone 0340473.
Llvan, general the drive. For further Information con.

Sunday night, Sept. 30, there The program committee tact the cochairman, Mrs. Al-
be an after comprise Mrs. Louise Riley, bertha Edwards, any charter
will am sponsored by the numpber Irs., Margaret Flowers, Mrs. chairman or any executive officer WE WILL BUILD ON YOU LOT
', choir. Our guest will be Mi Geneva Murray and Mrs. ,Mae of the Episcopal Church-
< ll's own Spiritual Consolers. don Dullard, chairman, are women.
e public is Invited. ringing that dynamic person. NO CASH REQUIRED
'1. lity of Mrs. Myrtle Davis to
:peak at 'the morning service.
TEMPLE BAPTIST Mrs. Davis will speak from the 20 different plans to choose from
subject, "The Response of Women
Miss D. L. harts, reporter to Christ's Marching Or. For information call .

Friday) the women ders." 1
(
Tonight
w At the evening service, a skit
annual "Trip
will sponsor their JOE BURTON 4221 Hallandale Blvd
,Around The World." Oh yes, entitled, "A Salute to wpmen
Who Responded to Christ'sMarching
;?,the destination has been changed "
of Perrine, they Orders, followed by Homes Inc.
Instead, OSERVIC Highview
stop In Brown Sub. he crowning of Miss Ebenezer ,
will let you
will culminate the actlviles.
day's -
Bus leaves the church at 8 p.m. '
Refreshments.The William Pinder Sr. Fla. Near Ranches
.Donation $1.00. will motorto Guest artists throughout the Hollywood, Carver
Chorus
Male day will be Mrs. Bertha Sharpe Professional Piano Tuner
Beach Sundayand
West Palm (just east of Home Federal Bank)
will render service at the ackson, the Chordettes of Lll- And? Repairer
lie C. Evans Elementary 'school
Ebenezer Baptist and Church Deacons'where Union and Miss Theresa Lewis. 1935 N.W. 153rd St. Phone.i Miami WI 54)661<< Hollywood YU 94)113

the Ministers Atlantic Coast Association ,The membership Is looking Opa-Ioclca
1 is of in session this weekend.The orward to this date with' anti. Phone MU 8-3770
and ipatlon. The public Is Invited
president, officers to 'worship 'with' us at all times .. ., c4'Living Service for the Living"
t members of No. 1 choir wish'tothank - . . . . ..
the various choirs and -
friends who participated in

their Sunday.anniversary program last LUCKIE'S: TAILOR SHOP

6510 tf.W. 18th Avenue

NEW BETHEL BAPTIST OX 1-1262 or OX 1-6520

1871 N. W. 68th Terr.
w Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor Making fine robes for churches, schools and kindergartens .

Deacon Fred Williams morning, reporterOn Rev. and fraternal orders.

Harold last Brown Sunday delivered a won- Also uniforms for choirs, ushers, deaconesses and

derful sermon. Rev. Bain, Rev. missionaries. Beautiful ushers bad'ges.
Taylor and Rev. Brown preached -
15-mlnute sermon on Sun better prices to be found anywhere.
day a night There are no Oscar L. Range Funeral HomeM.

All members, of ,choir No. 2 Order fall robes while there's time.
are asking that you attend a jour Information Afhalie Range, Owner N. Patrick Range. Mrr.
on Wednesday Write or call for further
business meeting 5727 N.W. 17th Avenue
night at the church. The time ti E.: o. LUCKIE OWNER 815
8 pm. Sis.. C. McCoy: president OX 1-0131 OX 1-4343
Don't forget., to visit the sick -
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MIAMI TIMES ,MIAMI, FLORIDA ." .r. T. Range i *fc .' j pastor. He* Is survived, by a

DRII'1'G' ] DG TON I son, Paniel$!Brooklyn, twodaughttrs
PAGE 12 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1962 DEATHS fJ5' NW tg4th' it, died yep 'f Mesdames( Lillian
I i Sanderson J>f Angeles and
2 Log, ,
Sept.
ervices h hJ;
-- .. I In 19.the+chape}\)I ire/Survived/ bf. Hilda Rolle of New York City;
Mrs. Mary Ferguaonj h well 1 I hispavidr(,widoWv1JJertJtlde)1 on't l I,a..tister.Mrs; Estella Rigby; 8
'
r." .. CARDS MEMORIALS known AS Pigeon, ,formerly, of 'JhrtGars) \ .fa rl ttwo I brothers,t' Archibald* Herman
Miami tiled in Nevi' York (Jity and Thomas Jr. Mrs Dorothy
.
N'" I Sept,'27. She ,btoyt r..s _".f..'...rte; t t"1 :Ferguson l ,' granddaughter with
is survived, by her husband ,MRS WILLIE M HENRY, whom" he lived at:,2370 NW.'61st. ,,

c / CARD OF THANKS I IN MEMORIALIn f I Wilford, two daughtersf Mrs., ?lftO.NW: ,70th Terr., died. Delores Weaver and Miss"'Wlnl.fred' Sept? 21. Services were held on
?' loving memory of Ferguson, a mother, Mr.!, Septf. ''26 at Mt. Carmel Baptist MRS. MARIE BARKLEY
The family of the late, '___ Ruth Dames, six sisters ,Mes Church with RevBradley. of* Was ',the victim of an ,auto*
tAVID) JOHNSON dames Jean Newton, CatherineSmith flciating",She,, is( survived, ,by mobile* accident Sept. 22. She
better known as "Butch" who Marie O'Brien, Sadie four sisters including Mesdames resided at 13740 SW 268th Sand ,
departed this life August 31, [ Barry, Ruth Lee Jones, Miss 'Mildred Climpsori,' Idella Matthews is survived by her husband,
wish to thank and express their Minnie Dames, two aunts, Mrs. Albertha! Logans, >and Joe, seven 'daughters, five sons,
'\ sincere appreciation to ,their Minnie Johnson and Una Car* Theadolio Allen and ''one ,brother : two brothers, two sisters. She
many friends and members for b roll, an uncle, Thomas John' Ike ,Cash, Jr. was'sent to Dublin., Ga. for services
( flowers, cards and food and all son and other relatives. : and ,burial.
other kind gestures of sympathy Those desiring to send condolences MRS. LILLIE MAE SIMS :
shown during our hour of be mail to Wilfred Ferguson 15203 Railroad Drive, X>pd*i, JAMES NORAL
reavement.Our I I7W II 17 West 121st St., New locka died Sept. 22 at St. }Fran ,Widely known Miamlan' of
York City. cis Hospital Miami'Beach. SheIs 2337 NW 77th Terr., died in the
special thanks to Rev. survived by her husband home of her brother-in-law,
Theodore Koddy, assistant .pastor x Joe Sims Jr.,> two children, two Boone, Sept. 23. Othersurvivors
of St. James AME Church IN MEMORIAMIn grand children, her parents; are his widow Elsie
p and Range Funeral Home. God, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Anderson, and mother, Mrs. Rena Hardin.
must have loved him very much sad but loving memory of ten brothers Including Henry, Services were held Sept. 27 In
and we have loved him too. I our dear son and brother.PRINCE I Horace and Leroy, four sisters the chapel with Rev. Brantley
We know how many helpful +vr Mesdames Blanch Harris and officiating.
things his kind hands found to Willie Mae. She was sent to NORRIS LEWIS
do. But till we reach that hap oy Valdosta, Ga. Thursday for fIlial Infant son of Mrs. Josephine
py place where griefs are all rites and burial. Lewis of 1368 NW 56th St., died
Consoled we'll never know the Sept 23 and was laid to rest
.
... joy he's found beyond the sun IIENRY ,E, GREEN Sept. 27.
set's goal kty1 Died at his home at 1558 NW
: 69th St. on Sept. 23. He is sur- ZIIACKIES BRODEN
The family vived by four sisters, Mes- 2531 NW 55th St. died Sept.
Beatrice Johnson, wife MRS. EDNA MAE HALL dames Delia Green, Magnolia 19. He is survived by his widow
Florence Ferguson, vho departed this life, Septem Groover, Essie' Williams, and I Georgia. Services were con-
daughter >ef 27, 1961, still leave many Eura Mae Smith
and a brother, ducted in the chapel Sept. 26.
Ermatine Valdez. daughter hearts bleeding. Alexander. He was _
r 'to' Julius King, ton You are always in our heart. his home. In Clearwater shipped for to MRS IRENE CLARK

Bessie Davis sister The Family and final rites.: 1605 NW 51st Terr., died Sept.
Herbert E. Johnson. Bro. Many Friends.I 21. Her survivors Include husband -

Elizabeth Romer sister CHARLIE A, ANDERSON Raleigh, four sons, twodaughters
I 111 MEMORIAM I A well known barber and mother, Mrs. Lottie
; long time proprietor of White Mae Bagley of Wilmington, N.C.,
CARD OF THANKSThe In sad but loving memory of 'Horse Barter Shop, died at his a daughter-in-law, a granddaughter
our dearly beloved daughter, home at 442 NW 22nd Lane,. He and several cousins.
family of the late, 4RS. REBECCA ELIZABETH Is survived by his widow,; Clo- Arrangements are Incomplete..
MR. JAMES MONROE, SR. BOWLEG vis, his son, Charlie Jr., several
who departed this life September vho departed this life Septem. sisters and brothers as well as MRS. LILLA COOPER
9, 1962 takes this method of XT 29, 1961. other relatives. Arrangements Who resided at 444 NW 71st
expressing thanks and appreciation Sleep on Rebecca, and take I will be 'announced over local Ter.. died Sept. 21. She was
to the many friends who your rest, radio stations. sent to Thomasville Ga. Sept.
were so kind during its hours of Ve loved you, but Jesus loved A. SIMMS:; 27 for final rites. Surviving are
bereavement. Thanlu for you best. GEORGE BRANTLEY her father, two daughters, a
your who died September 24, 1952.
cards, letters, telegranw, flow. She leaves to mourn her May he rest in peace., 1985 NW 4th ave., died in brother a sister and 10 grand-
ers, 'cars and all other kind gestures loss, "Can a woman's tender care, Jackson Hospital. He Is survived children.
of Mrs. Maude Andrews, by his widow, Rosa Lee
sympathy, Cease towards the child:\ she a
mother bears son J.P. Curl, a stepson, Samuel THOMAS HARRIS
; Special thanks to the staff of Robert ''Anderson, father Though she, forgetful be Jones, three sisters, a brotheras 6100 SW 59th place, Sbuth
the House of Albert, for its ef 3 daughters, two sons, Yet Will may I remember thee., well as other relatives and Miami, died Sept. 21. Serviceswere
ficient and courteous service, 3 brothers, and a host of Mrs. Remllda Simms, friends. Services will be'held conducted in the chapel
the Rev. George E. Johnson, relatives and friends. mother Saturday at 2 p.m. at Freewill Sept. 27. He is survived by his
pastor of Trinity W.M. Church, Ruby Simms Betty Simms Baptist Church of which the widow, Willie Lee.J08EPJ .
Thanks ,
Mrs. Doris McPhee, members of Many sisters I Rev. Woodley Is pastor. .
the. Algonquin Club, the facul The Rev. Benjamin Franklin, George Simms brother { HOWARD
,
,ty :of the Lillie C. Evans Elementary I pastor of Mount Olive Missionary CHARLIE HARRIS I Was found dead Sept. 22. His
School, the P. H. Fel I Baptist Church, 402 NW 2nd 1790 NW 56th St.. died In survivors are wife, mother and
der Board of Greater Bethel Ave, Hallendale, would like to CARD OF THANKS Jackson Hospital. He is survived father, three step sons, two sis
AME, Church, the neighbors! of( thank his many friends and The by his widow Francis, four. ters and three brothers. He was
of the late
NW 5th place, 5th court and members for giving him sucha family daughters, Mesdames Geneva sent to Midville, Ga. Sept 26 for
6th ave'h the Beauticians Unit wonderful anniversary from -, Harris Elnora Brinson, Cora burial.
No. e staff of the Jewish Sept. 17 through'I S pt.' 23.'I Lee Harris! Charlie Mae Bel- :
Home, members of the Phyllis ton. Four grand children, six i
'I y.' Wheatley ,Art and Social Club great grand children, an aunt Richardson .
choir No. 2, of Greater Betheland I IN MEMORIAMIn and a son-in-law.' Services will
Rev. and Mrs S. A. Cousin be Saturday at 4:30: at Zion MRS. FANNIE HILL
waH of Greater Bethel. sad but loving ''memory of Hope Baptist Church p.m.with( the 2183 SW 112nd Ave, Goulds,
our dear son and Brother, Rev. Paul Freeman died at the Kendall Hospital on
Again, thanks to everyone for MR. LEROY"ARMSTER officiating Sept: 22. She leaves to mourna

I everything. who departed this. ,(illfe .Septem MRS IDA B-McWHORTER daughter, Mrs. Ethel McIntosh *
The Family ber 30, 1959. 3320 NW 53rd St. died Sept. of Goulds, a grandson,
Just beyond, the.,1,1n'and sky 4... 26. She Is survided by a daughter Willie Mclntosh, two sisters,
we hope to :meet';you bye andbye. tea Mrs. Verna Lee Fountain Mrs. Alice Bright and Mrs. Ola
May his soul rest in Hill both of Ft. Ga.
peace. four sons, John Valley, anda
CARD OF THANKS The Armster Family Lee, Arthur and Henry Robert,Eddie and host of other relatives. Fun-
other relatives. eral services were held in the
The family of the late, IN MEMORIAM' incomplete. Arrangementsare Chapel on Friday, Sept. 28 at
I. MRS. EDITH NEWBOLD 2 p.m. Interment In Paradise

wishes to thank Its many In loving memory: of our dear Memorial, Gardens.
friends for' all the kind gestures I mother, Albert services for

i of sympathy shown during ,__....,.!a... "" .JIw._..::... ...""" ..... JOSEPH H. DELANCEY Owens, stillborn infant
i its recent period of bereavement Pioneer son of Mr.
MIamian died Sept. and Mrs. James Owens
; were
2. Funeral
services were held held at Dade County Cemetery
e Special thanks to the ministers Sept. 26 at Ebenezer Methodist on Wednesday, Sept 26.

.,. I and members of St. Paul's ....- J ...A .... .. .. .... .. ... ..m. .. .. ..
AME Church and to the Range .1.
Funeral Home. MRS. MARGARET POITIER NEW DREAM
wIshes to thank the pastor, officers ,- HOMES
rv 1; Thanks to all and God's bles- and members of Temple
,: sing tfe with you. Baptist Church for kindness 3 BEDROOMS AND 2 FULL BATH ROOMS
,,. r ''ttlr&",,,' w Mrs.. Katherine Smith shown during our recent bereavement 2 Choice Homes
And Family) special thanks to on Corners
the neighbors and friends of
o Beautiful
.. 24th court, Brownsville and ,Neighborhood Near Everything
'I .. : CARD OF THANKS'' Mrs. Jones, friends of 156th St. MODELS OPEN, SUNDAY
for cards, cars, flowers and donations :2 TO 6 PJH.
The Pall Bearers Corner of NW 46th St. and 10th Place
;';; The family of the late Lodge .No. 2, and the Range
: MRS. LULA MAE GIST Funeral Home. Jesus call, andI Corner of N.W. Slat Terr, and 18th Ave.
I t:wishes to thank its many friends must go.
t \'for cards, letters, telegrams and The Family DAYS 667-6984 NIGHTS: UN 5-8728
.floral offerings, as well as cars
m MmMi*mfrfl mmmu_ JLLIJUJCO J11''J'S'l' '11 -
t and your many other kind ges- q f rmDENTISTS1
: ff'A tares of sympathy shown durIng 'CARD OF THANKS
t' fy! Its recent .period of be
7' :.'reavement. We the family of the late OFFICES
,
i': --'-'-- MRS. KATIE SAVAGE
': 'o' Special thanks to the Rev. J. IRENE FORBES who departed this life July 23,
s'tr. W. Stevenson, Usher Board No. who departed this life September 1962 wish to express our sin- EDISON CENTER DENTAL BLDG.
1 J and?2,.,\the .Lily Whites, ,Nurse 26, 1958. cere thanks to the many neigh
i 'Williams Nurse Shipp ,neigh No heart so pure; i bors and friends for their kindness 6130 N.W. 7th Avenue
'burs of NW '49th St. and to the No life"so true. during our recent hoursor
Range Funeral Home.. Thanks No need too' great; bereavement. Also the pas NEAR 62nd STREET:
I': to each, and everyone. No care must wait.. tor and members of ML Carmel
God bestow his richest No'faith so firm; ,. Baptist Church ,and the Houseof Reasonable Prices Free Estimate
;Blessings*May upon. you all. No duty left undone.God's .K Albert, our many thanks. PHONE NUMBER 757.2741
own true child .i. ,. May God bless each of you.
.'"':I' Mrs. Johnson, mother Gone to rest for awhile. t\! .J Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Bell Free parking in rearM
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Classdu d :,' See;:It: To BelieVe' It. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER.. .. 29, 1962 PAGt;..<11I

APr1gn'11VQNDAt OCT. *' FottttN' PECTION po:, I FOR SALE 0-5533, Day -, ,
OX 1.9372:
I
AFCBS
RENT < 'ttdroobY home plus" additional CBS house 11
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FOR
ht beautiful 4335 NW Open Sun- 4y \ "11
1' VbU .
BaV .
: Park, 'SulAl9: :' NW 49th $t. 2-bedroom '
oOM HOUSE unfurnished.: First day 2 to 6. <$ CBS, Fla, '2001 Nwi42n&gain StP"A\ real'' bar-
time advertised
) Weekly. ,B. Picard Rental' for ,ale. You.will, be proud!, to room, complete fenced corner.
*ency, 5G9 NW 8th, St Phon i own., 'ftnf eftjy ,Florida: DvJng. Near everything, Property'extra large bath room down, .only and -$65$10.00Q..t md fith" aU QQ ..,
ks ck l and bed room, Spotlss, iay
; > garage.
pUyfround
fl
7-2D02. + ;
iyttnmiiigjpool Shell's
,,' Grandway only $400 down. $76 month 'pays Fenced back yard, tUcjfcriibf,
I in, the, heart :of MiamiKMdre!! important all large the bath 2 be rbornw a
)ROOM Cottages, water furntoh. ; ; you will get Total: $12 400. Buy of the
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large built in babe A. Den.Korl, Realtor, 2644 fine home at a small price a
year
$10 week. 569 NW 8th St ifr. yM qf surrounding wall Ben-Korl ,
[it 72902.: fobs'.svdcy7! A.complex chain lank;fence around rest N\VI Days,62nd OX 1-0372.St.( Nitea 'PL 9-5533j. 62nd St..,Nites Realtor PL 9-6533.< 2044 -Days NW y,x

If. PICARD I) of property At 1; ,eparafc fmifjied 'CBS building next OX. 1.9372. '
< U All
Rental Agency ,: to ,theibarbecue: to entertain family and friends.. 1016 N 42nd St. Open Sunday ..\
Rental collections; property Flood 'light for; night enjoyment ,Spotlight in front 3 to 6. Beautiful 2 bedroom Furniture for sale. 774 NW
management, real estate. entrance, real fireplace built In 1th CBS Florida room, garage, 2 air 41th St Complete bedroom set: k
119 NW >8th ,eL FR 7.2902 mIrrored" livm*' room conditioners, washing machine, $50, dining room set $49. Seven .-'
tractor" wall, a'' finished, carport with exlrooAi dryer stove and dishwasher, piece rattan set, many other. (
t
URNlStt Q efficiencies,. utilities! ga apaee. ,A tile roof.:w1th Over hang, sprinkler system, this one has things cheap. Refrigeratorfreeze
eluded, $l250a tteek. 02Q N..W with. tile floor J large ;Cedar walk.in cfoseui everything. A. Ben-Kori, Real. lawn mower. Open Sat
Ith St. FR 72901vo large" rpdms, main, CBS h6me and! separate CBS tor? 2641 NW 62nd St. Nites PL urday and Sunday. ,,

\ BEDROOM: DtJP'LEX.I: I house. Both} arrf, palmtdd Inside and outside. If you ., '.. '.'" '.. .........." " .

Burnished bedroom or partly furnished. cad afford $I,ixl unfurnished or $2 ()()O furnished I

dults br will apt.take 1 furnished.child lip have.a good: credit you can live like'a icing. HONES TODAYNO fl
three years. MU 1-0325. 729 You won t' find another house like, it. Buy it direct 'I ;:
W 55tH Terr..BEDRooM from owner Judge for yourself. WAITING -- NO -- NO RED TAPE!!

DUPLEX Newly mamuummmammmuammm MOVE IN THIS WEEK!

painted Hot and cold water kit- OFFICIAL FIGHT-PICTURES I Id s
[hen completely furnished Seet
2752 NW 60th St. Call ownerX 2\ 767 NW 47th Terrace
) 62392. ;;:- Lovely 3-bedroom CBS, garage porch air conditioned

EAUTIFUL ROOM In private partly furnished.' $750 down and move right in.

home. Homelike atmosphere. .
1826 NW 55th St. NE 32740. 4912 NW 11th Avenue

ll-BEDROOM efficiency 3120 3/bedroom/ 2 baths, CBS, older but in A-l shape.
NW 67th St. OX 1-6343. $9,500 total, $500' down $75 per month. Move rightin.

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1-BEDROOM HOUSE, conven
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iently located. quiet neighborhood O
furnished 2161 NW 58th CAPITOL NOW 1825 NW 52nd Street

St THEATRE SHOWING Nice CBS home in central location. Move right in

$18 PER WEEK large 2.b'ed- .. this beauty for $495.
,
room unfurnished house. 3380 FOR RENT .
NW 52nd St. Hi 6-1266. 759 NW 64th Street

( $13 WEEK. 1 bedroom partly Completely! Furniihed... Lovely home with huge Fla. room. $500 down. New-
furnished apt. Free water arid ly' decorated throughout.
6039 NW 24th avfr. HI .
G-1266.gas. :f. 3-Bedroom House .

3342 Thomas Avenue

LARGE ROOM, nicely furnish BUNCHE PARK (Coconut Grove)
ed. Cooking privileges, prefer
single man or couple, reason Like new CBS, huge 3-bedroom, 2 baths, hardwood
aWe rent. 1130 NW 65th St. PL 6917331NA 1-7653 floors, tile roof Fla. room, dining room. No qualify.
4-OD01 'after 6 p.m. ing. Move right in. Reduced price.

2-BEDROOM HOME. 1. bath, '
furnished kitchen privacy of a NEWS REALTYThe
home, 4430 NW 31st Ave. AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE ,FOR
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BEAUTIFUL ROOM. Private ALL ( Broker That Works For You)

walk.entrance in, closet private with bath two,. win big up to 30% SAVINGS FOR CAREFUL 4600 NW 7th Ave. PL 4-0655

dows. Wall to wall carpet. 1855 DRIVERSALSO (Open Sunday)
NW 69th St. ASSIGNED RISKS WRITTEN
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THIS A VERY LARGE nice COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE
house Partly furnished 3-bed- Branch Office
room $20 a week. NE 4762.
2351 NW 43rd St. Houston & Mays, Inc. FORD REAL ESTATE SPECIALSDrive

NICE, 1401 'N.W. 3rd Ave. Ph. 373-3711
QUIET ROOM In private
home for gentleman. 900 Hours: 9 a.m. to 12 noon-Mon., 'Thru Fri.
NW 00th St. PL 1-5236. by these homes, then come by our office
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2.BEDROOM' t
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DUPLEX and ) .
efficiency JUst finished (new)
2170 NW 66th'St. Call 3, A,'Taylor ,I "',
OX: L' "
hi VJlOOM. ;
Private entrance. 2531 3 3-bedroom 2 bath CBS home. Near schools, shopping .

NW 55h, StARE 1'hgne liE.tP744. buses.
$500 CASH J":"-- $89 PER tyO. $13,000 TOTAL

('|*ftn furnished YOU LOOKING room, with for all a 2-bedroom, tile bath, Fla.,; room, garage, CBS, tile 2-4329 NW 10th Ave. $400 down
modern conveniences In quiet roof, bus stop at corner. NO qualifying, no closing Two bedroom CBS beauty. Garage.

-plac l ? Call OX 14864. costs.. 1001 NW 52nd St. --. 3-830 NW 49th Street $500 down
.
.rw ... 1 J
MJEDROOM, living room, cot $600 CASH "" $13,000 TOTAL PRICE Nice 2-bedroom CBS'home.. Move right in. No
tage, furnished. Utilities, $16 *
per week. Inquire front;jbouse 3 biff bedrooms, extra modern kitchen, carporte, A-l qualifying
7G 8 NW 17th place. $15,00. No qualifying, t 1 dOwn'.
condition. Price reduced from 4-1352 NW 42nd Street $350

-BEDROOM APT. $15 a week no closing costs. 67.20 NW 28th Avenue.( tyice,CBS home. Large Jot ,.' FHA, terms.
.Adults only. Opa-locka, MU
1.7obL $300 CASH $77 MO. $9,500 Total. Furnished! 5-3150 NW 56th Street '. $395 down

-APt, Quiet, clean, landscaped 2 bedroom completely furnished. room, carporte, Brand new 3-bedroom home t".!;;
near vocational schbol and fenced yard Spanish style. No qualifying no closing .
buses. 6511 NW 12th ave., apt. costs; ) Hurry on this one. 857 NW 77th St. 6-Many duplexes for sale $500 down
12. III 3673 or HI 5-2G07. Live rent free. Also' other income properties. r
512.50 WEE K. Nice bedroom $6,900 TOTAL PRICE- 2-BEDROOM FLA. ROOM ,
apt. Also large 2-bedroom beau ,. 7-Ask about our new 3-bedroom homes. We will 1
ty. 2260 NW 62nd St. Saturday Screened porch Take over payments. 1470 NW 46thSt. build on your lot: Down payments start at'$350.I,.:
only 688-4825. .
.,,;
OFFICE OR STORE with nice 8-1260 NW 55th Terrace Large house $400 Dn. 'ior
large apt. Very reasonable. 2260 $800 CASH 3-BEDROOM 3 FULL BATHS ,
.'
NW 62nd St. 6884825. 05 ; j .
FURNISHED 1-bedroom apt. $16,500 total price., One FHA mortgage. $116 per
with yard and porch. Reason month. No closing costs 1350 NW 45th St.
:able OX 12426. We have over 350 others to choose from
''TWO NICE HOUSES with $450 CASH-$80 PER MO. $13,500 TOTAL
2-bedrooms each in fine desirable

location on NW 45th St. 2-bedroom: Fla. room, garage, dining room, stove We are open,every"night til 8 p.m. :'t f1
hot and cold water. Very reasonable refrigerator, washing machine, biff lot. No qualifying, ; ,Mr ','"!J'Y
rates. Call HI 3-9915. no closing costsi: 820 NW 76th Street. .
: ,FOR SALE Ford Realty Inc. .. 'f

1041 NW 42nd St. Must sell be- Gunson Realty Inc. ,
cause of death. Lovely 2-bed- ,
room CBS kitchen equipped, 569 N.W. 54th Street PL 7-2559
some furnishings, fruit trees,
561 NE 791K Street PL 4-1841
rhea large lot, central heat. ; .,
$400awn, $72 month. $12,500.I :
(1.Pt.r NE 55087. (
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SCOTt the Housing Authority, E. N.
THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA 4 SHOT INFAMILY JAMES E. Taylor manager of James E.
Scott homes Mrs Jessie Gert-

c PAGE 14 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1962 FUSSWhat NEWSThe man and Mrs. Arie Gary In cooperation
, I i with Mrs. Maude K.
,####'#" '#'##" '##$I"'f" #" ,,##,# big party honoringMrs. Reid, supervisor of Homemak
began as a family great I
Adult Education
Classes
ing of
ALONG FREEDO I'S ROAD squabble Sunday resulted In a Mamie director M.for Gill Senior, past CHI-program the Dade County Board of Public .

shooting In which four persons and the Golden Age Clubof Instruction for making it
girl tens possible to set this Homemaking
including a two-year-old Scott Community' up -
's E.
By ROTH TERRY were slightly wounded. James and all members I Center. This Center is
Association
I located at 7155 NW 22nd Ave. It
,. .-,..-.-..-.-6.--.-.-.-.-"--"- " " " " #" '#" '" .,. Salas Johneklns, 44, of 3230 born in August and Septemberwas 20, I consists of a living room, dining
and James Reynolds Thursday, Sept.
NW 47th St., given
of Independence (or man fallings and faults, party Square and kitchen area, a bedroomand
The War 55, of 222-A Florida Ave. 1 p.m. at the Liberty I workroom.
the Revolutionary War as it is affiliations and sectional differences were charged with aggravateassault \uditorium. Mrs. Odessa James, I
perhaps more familiar In nameto to bring forth a documentthat Coral Gables police. of the Golden Age This Is a wonderful opportunity
by president
some of us) was conductedby has become the symbol of served as Mistress of cere- I for persons living In the
delegates from the original freedom and the highest expression Wounded were Johneklns; Club Music was furnished Scott Homes Project to improve
thirteen states called the Con of man's desire to live Reynolds' wife, Susie and two nonies. talented Mrs. Ursula their conditions.
' gress of the United States and In harmony, peace and liberty I bystanders, Eloise McDuffie. 23 sv the and solos bv Mrs. Joy Classes are being conductedin
generally known as the Continental with his fellow man. During this I of 228 S. Dixie Highway andher Higgs Mrs. Marjorie Car- Home Decoration, sewing
and
week it would benefit all of 2. Haxton
Congress. daughter Berndel, and pre!=lenta. upholstery and cooking. Regis-
us if we would take time and negie. Tributes Rev.. W. F. tration for these classes are going -
OUR CONSTITUTION'SORIGIN look over once again the noblesentiments 'Ions were made by on now. Call the office of
Foster.
-TT expressed In this Daughter Elks Savoy: and Mrs. Arabella silver tray the James E. Scott Community
document: not looking at it as A. lovely engraved Association PL 8.4791, PL
In 1777, the Congress submit. we did as school children learn and a handsome nnllt was presented 84792..
ted to the legislature of the ing about it, but now today as Seances Sept. 30 ; to Mrs. Gill. Apprecla- :
states the Articles of Confederation mature adults realizing and ton for outstanding and untiring
and Perpetual Union. By cherishing the priceless heritage The public is invited to at work of Mrs Gill was ex AFTER SCHOOL FUN TIME
1781 these were ratified by all such a document has given tend the Seances Sunday, Sept. tended by Miss Olive B. Alex- All elementary school child
original 13 states. After the to all of us. 30, 4 to 6 p.m. sponsored by ander, executive director of ren are invited to attend recre
American Revolution, it Became the Daughter Elks of Greater JESCA and Eugene E. Kemp, ational activities beginning
evident that a stronger ORIGIN OF TIlE NAACP Miami Temple No. 769 at the manager of the Liberty Square Wednesday Oct. 3, 3:15: p.m. at
federal union was needed to Always aware of the demo. spacious home of Dt. Lula Mae Housing Project. the Liberty Square auditorium.
protect the mutual interests of cratic heritage set,, forth as an Yancey, 2028 NW 5th Place. Games dancing and arts and
to the
the states. Congress left the initiative Ideal and principle In the Constitution Birthday greetings crafts are some of the thing offered
to the state legislatut, the idea of the At a certain hour messages honorees with the blowing of at this time. Remember:
and Alexander Hamilton prepared NAACP was born by a handful will be given from the Spirit candles highlighted the occasion Time: 3:15: to 6 pm., Liberty
the call of the state legislatures "If people, some from the world which will be quite for the Golden Agers. Square auditorium, Wednesdays,
asking delegates from the South. amazing. This gifted medium and Fridays.
North from
some Mrs. Selena Ponder closed the
Philadel has showered blessings on many
all states to meet In There were social workers in beautiful TEEN TIME
phia in May of 1787 "to Federal render the group, newspaper writers, show heretofore,the and way is out prepared of finan to fitting tribute for a all. A lovely Every Thursday night at the
Constitution of the you
the ministers rabbi and Liberty Square auditorium
a many social hour followed. Special
government adequate to the ex held cial and other difficulties. from to 9 James E.
rthers. In 1909, this group guests were Mrs. H. Franklin 7 p.m. Scott
igencies of the union. 'ts first conference In May, fol. The! good luck tree which has I Williams, Mrs. Arle Gary and Community Association spon
Of the 65 qualified delegates, 'owing which several mass been out of circulation and extremely Mrs. J, L. Dixon board mem sors Teen Time. Come out and
16 failed to sign the Constitution meetings were held, thousands! hard to find has bers. enjoy games, dancing, singingand
and 39 actually signed, al of pamphlets were distributed shown up thru the aid of Rev, talent shows. A good time
though, the ,work of the md Wy its second conference In lelpus of Haiti. They will be HOMEMAKING CENTER for all Junior and senior high
tion was done by 55 conven'l May, 1910. the membership of soldas long as they last. This JESCA 1s deeply grateful to teenagers.IBARKLEY'S .
George Washington 'he NAACP numbered in the medium is requesting that you
finished Constitution to Congress hundreds. Fifty years later its come praying and with a song
with a covering letter, membership is in the hundredsof In ,your heart, and all things
and that body on Sept. 28, 1767, thousands.In whatsoever lovely will be m CUT-RATE STORE

ordered it sent to the' state leg. many ways, the organiza yours.
islatures "In order to be submit. lion and Idea of the NAACPIs "THE FKIENULV STOKE WITH TilE WARM WELCOME"
ted to a convention of delegates like that of the origin and
1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4.2376
loyal Twenty
chosen in each state by the Idea of America Itself, becausehe .
people thereof." Nine states Association is composed of BACK TO SCHOOL SALE

were needed to establish the voung and old, white and colored Women's ClubThe New Gripper Binders 08* Straightening Combs
operation of the Constitutionwas
done by 55 delegates. Protestant, Catholic and Reg. Binders 35* to 1.98 79* to !-98
Jewish people banded togetherto
George Washington sent the promote the economic political Royal Twenty Women'iClub Notebook Fillers :5* to 98* Old 97 Bergamont Hair
held Its regular meetingat
finished Constitution to Con civic and social betterment the beautiful home of Mr; Composition Books 25: to 49* Dressing 50* and 1.00

and gress that with body a on covering Sept. 28 letter 1787, doing'>f colored, the peoples.betterment And of11 by :so and Mrs. Miles Jennln s. Mrs. Bleach and Glow Cream 75* All type of patent medicinesOld

ordered it sent to the state leg. peole In the United States is Jennings is the daughter who servedas of Spice Cologne for men Don't forget your filmsA
Vera Clarke
gates chosen in each state by achieved.On Mrp. Occasions
Variety of Cards for all
hostess for the meeting;
;
islatures 'In! order to be sub. '
mitted to a convention of dele the 5th Sunday of this A resume was given of past Gifts of all descriptions. Use our layaway
the ,people thereof." Nine states month, September 30th, the : activities and plans were laid OPEN DAILY AND SUNDAY -'8 A.M. to 10 P.M.
were needed to establish the NAACP office will be open to I for the continuance of ''those JOHN A. McMINN, Owner
operation of the Constitution take memberships, either re approved by the group. Many ,
between the states ratifying It, newals or new ones. The officeIs new and Interesting projectswere
and New Hampshire ,was the located at 809 NW 3rd ave. proposed to round out ,the
ninth state. On March 4, 1789 and I would suggest that If you civic social and cultural
avowed
the government declared the need to renew your member 'program of the club. The Town's Talk
United States Constitution in ShiP Sunday the 30th of Sept. ,
effect.A would! be a good time, and Mrs. Sylvia Hillsman rejoined Amateur Nite.
NAACP office would be a con | the group after vacationingIn
PROUD HERITAGE venient place in which to do so. ,Ohio and Detroit. Mrs. Hattie T
McDonald and sisters, Mrs. Every Thurs.,
As I write this ,
column, there Lassie McClarlen and Mrs., Ossio .
is an element of strangenessand Hill (an Instructor at Mel
Medicines dispensed at low
unreality in speaking about
bourne) were reunited with
the history of the actual form cost the group after a pleasant visit MODERNTHEATRE
ing of our Constitution because Blood, urine tests for health in| Nassau.
through the years we have _
come to think of this documentas and marriage Mrs. Ruby Dcnard was pro-
something from the dim fue1in' her thanks to the hostess M
past, cherished as the embodiment DR. LONG'S CLINICA for a lovely and delicious
of all our government repast. BOBBY
stands for. But It is very appro- General Health Service
prlte for us to speak about this Men-surgical treatment of Rup Mrs. Ermatlne Holton, president MARSHALLYour *
document at this time, because ture Rectal Diseases, Varicose ; Mrs. Ethel Peavy, reporter. -
this week Is celebrated each Veins, Prostate, Arthritis, Reductng. .
Host and M.C.
year as Constitution Week.
When we think about It more Parking In rear
we come to realize that after ai FR 3.2748 Ree. HI 8-0194 Those of you desiring to takeout Weekly Jackpot Prize
our; Constitution was made by 1545 N.W. 1st StreetTooo new memberships finda
men who rose above their hu- welcome waiting for you. and James Williams and
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1 an ,explanation of the work and The, Twisters
I activities of the NAACP.
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HAPPENINGS IN OUR SCHOOLS I I SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1962 PAGE 15

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1'1 ..YC: ICIOC R. R. Moton Has J. W. Johnson

darver: UY'; Offers SPECIAL CIVIL Civil Service Exams Interesting Events Enrolls 206


"First" For DEFENSE Aftndtinc&l> Interesting events and hap The J. W. Johnson School
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penlnsrs around our school In .
has erollment of 206 pupils.
First GradersThe TRAINING AT NH Applications are now beta eludes J : This! an Is a slight Increase over I
accepted for the 1963 Federal, The first PTA meeting of the< last year's enrollment. Elementary

George Washington Car. Northwest area residents wlll Service Entrance Examination: year. ttaborate1 effective and. students from Medley and

\t er Branch YMCA of Greater be offered an opportunity 1 to the United States Civil Servlc and discussed.ans were A calendar presented Truman City attend this school.

Miami offers working parents participate In a new l&hox be discussed
of tonics to
medical self-aid and Commission has announces The same teachers who were
Civil
a first fbr their first grade; fense Adults Education our De. This examination, open to co each month Include;membership Parents anc here are back this year. We also

youngsters.Niany beginning Monday, Oct. L 1:30:, Juniors, seniors and gnat activities family education; citizenship .; have our same secretary: Mrs.A. .
to 10:30 p.m. at the Nort western irate !! regardless of nuJor1 health.programs Social events Virginia Thurston. One of
and
youngsters enter.1ng Senior School J study, as Well :as to person form of theannual; our teachers, the former Miss
take: the
school for the first time are who haVE had equivalent expel Sarah Osborne, was married
PTA
banquet
Spring Tea and a
school at 12 noon until The program is being sponsored fences Offers the opportunity to Curriculum wise following during! the summer and Is now ."
out of 11.Parents by the Dade Count begin a career Itt the1 Federa school wide meetings of Important Mrs. Franklin. Our first grade
October
Medical Association in cooperation Service in one of some 60 dH" committees; several plans teacher Is Mrs. Veronica E.D'Derry .
find It Impossiblebe to with the Dade Count ferent occupational fields. A made toward ImprovementIn second grade Miss Wlltielmenla -
at home because of work. Board of Public Instructloi; written test Is required. were this area. Some of these are Johnson and Mrs.
while older youngsters are still The American Red Cross, and Curriculum Council concentrated Sarah O. Franklin: third grade,
school. First graders are Civil Defense Division of t h The positions to be fillet study of ways to strengthen Mrs. Elnora E. Dean; fourth
in :
forced to, return home alone Public Safety Dept. The course rom the FSEE are In various : and Improve the currlcu- grade, Mrs. Carrie L. Arnold,
and remain there un-supervise will continue on the following Federal agencies and an um and examination of the validity fifth grade James II. Reddick,
Mondays and Wednesdays: Oc'' located In Washington, D. C.I I evaluation and followupf sixth grade Mrs. Edna E.
Many un-pleasant things could 3, 8,. 10, and 15. There is no and throughout\ the United our testing program. Starke and Mrs. Lenora 13. Foster / .
happen during this period. The charge. States. Depending on the ciualUicatlons : The Relationships Committee physical education.
offering a service to of the Candidate,
Is plans
branch and formulated
Medical self-aid and emerges ;! >organized Students will receive the
these possibilities by glinj starting salaries will be $4,35 American
of
offset celebration
cy child birth will be taught lithe I for the same special services they did
the opportunities i of a year. Management Internship' Week
parents Education
!? hope of last Mrs. Mary H. Banner-
their youngsters attend with starting salaries of $5,351; Committee anew year.
having sufficient The Textbook
the association and participate duals to be self In or $6,435 a year, will also be' committee has as Its aims man Is our speech teacher and
the event of disaster Anna M Scott, special
major Mrs.
activities design* filled from this examination. '
professional
in special I he sharing of ticW; teacher. These specialists -
when services of a physician reading:
for their age levels and inte. -. might not be available for man;; Applicants who apply bj materials, make recommenda-teachers will visit our school one day
ests. days. The last session will be Sept. 27, 19C2, will be scheduler f ions to be added to and the each week to work with children .

Among the activities offered taught by a local doctor and for the written test to be helc professional shelves of proficiency of needing their help.
child birth. on Oct. 13, 1962. Six additional promotion
are: cover emergency tests have been scheduled dur eachers In the manipulation Mrs. Iona Dukes, our art

Arts and crafts, dramatizing Each person attending classes Ing the year. The dates are: and operation of audiovisual teacher will be with us Pau.on

stories, out-door supervised ae- will be able to practice mouth Nov. 17 Jan. 12, Feb. 9, March naterlals. commit- Tuesday each week. Mrs. will
tivltles, mid-afternoon snack, to-mouth; rescue breathing and 16, April 1 20 and May 11, 19G2 The public relations book line Dunn, music teacher Miss
tee works on a new scrap meet with us on Mondays.
closed heart on a life
: massage
reading room,
study period or
I date for which Includes such InformaIon Gloria Humes, librarian, Is at
creative dancing, swimming size> doll. The demonstration 1 1s: The closing accep
week ible to simllate actual emergeny tance of applications for Management as the school history, pic- the school on Wednesday and
)
(one' ,
classes per : conditions with a living per Internships Is Jan. 2i, urea, programs, awards and Thursday. All students of the.
All interested parents may ;?; 1962. For all positions the other Items of interest. The third grade were given a hearIng
call OX 64231 or visit the on.New closing date is April 25, 1963. ommlttce has made sugges- test In the library.J. .
NW 15tb films and film strips will Ions to some faculty memberso
branch office, 5770. Mrs.E. .
Reddick reporter
H. ;
> augment the series with en Details concerning the re write articles for profession
ave. rely new material preparec rjulrementa, further Informa n'..1& ..jukmv.unviia,"1111.tlnnlZ.. > G. Primus, principal.put .
>y the Dept. of Health, Educa tlon about the positions to be importance
Bunche Park Ion and welfare and the Dept, filled' and instructions on how. put the IQ.V
,>f Defense. to: apply are given In civil service the times." With this in mind In YOUTH :
announcement No. 287 one of our teachers, Mrs V r.
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Enrolls 1,184 These announcements may be.. Turner attended the NEA con.

PTA Meeting at obtained from Board of Civil vcntion in Denver Colo. While Jf.:
the commencement of a new Service Examination. Main Post t there she purchased a filmstrip -
school year at Bunche Elemer Office Building, 300 NE 1st ave., and narrative entitled
tary found both pupils' .and Cox KindergartenCox's Miami, FJa.Crandon. "Highlights: of the NEA Con. JOIN' TOUR
"
film was
This
teachers beaming with cage vcntion, 1002.
anticipation of a banner, 1962: Kindergarten first PTA shared and discussed with us at YMCAMIAMI
63 school year. meeting for the 19C2-63 terra our last faculty meeting. Mrs. .b.,t711N1
vas held Tuesday, Sept. 18. Zoo On Turner has placed the film on
population soared our teachers professional shelfIn
to Oureccorpol 1184 over 1,167 for: Officers for the year were Winter Time the library: We say 'thanks TIMES ADS
last year and our Instructions lected as, follows: President, : loads". to her.
staff took on two new members 'Jeorge Woodard; vice president,, to Atertak, Linnic W Fannin, principal;
has
: Mrs. Gladys Reddisk and t>Business manager, Jimmy Winter Bear come and also the Dorothy S. Sawyer, publicity DON'T COST THEY PAY
Polar ,
Miss Helen Smith. Reeves, recording secretary;;: the Park Zoo. chairman
Crandon
rlrs. Johnny Flult; correspondng
This year we are proud to to secretary, Mrs. Julia Avant;: Due to less daylight hours
hostess to the Arithmetic reasurer, Mrs. Rebecca Adams;: the zoo Is closing Its gates at
Workshop for fourth and fiftl haplaln, Mr. Gilchrist; chair. 1-30: p.m. dally, Sunday and TV Service CallsALL $1.50
grade teachers of zone 1. 'nan social committee, Mrs Elolldays throughout the winter -
.
The workshop which started :'Clara Hlnson. ; season instead of the summer

last week will meet the 2nd< Because of a suggestion from time closing! of 5:30: the p.m. MAKES-ALL MODEL.CLARRY'S \
Inside zoo
' still
Thursday of each month.At Timmy Reeves, we are attempt. Any persons at closing time will havp.until
to bring to you for the first area accordng T.V.
ng leave
our first PTA meeting the< Cox's 5 p.m. to
enthusiasm of our parents was !{I Indergarten:me In the a history talent show of dls- to Dr. Gordon Hut/bell, act- WE BUY SELL AND TRADE TV SETS

:exhibited and )buzzes by of a eagerness packed as house the< ">laying talented parents, teachrs ng director. RADIOS, HI-FI AND STEREO REPAIRSWe
and children. We are ask. hours of 9:30 a.m.
parents: met with the teacher! TV Credit
and teachers to airy Sell Used on
for organization of classroon ng all parents remain the same.
repare themselves and our OX 1-8024
representatives. 1551 N.W. 62nd Street
hlldren for this affair. In or

Our greatest venture thli er for this to be a success your ANDREWS' JEWELERS
year will be our participation operation Is urgently needed I
jn a self-study practicum In the 'n Wringing to our attention EXPERT WATCIf AND
language arts. Dr Mark Mur ny talented persons in the CLOCK iticrAms THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITYPREPARE !
fin of the University of Miami yeas of dancing, singing, comic
and Miss Eleanor Flenberg, cts, piano playing, etc. 40 Y *r* la I11>uIIIIe.IAll FOR

supervisor of zone 2 will be our grateful to all of
We are very
administrative consultants. ?ur parents who were present work guaranteed CIVIL SERVICE

Wedding bells rang In the ,t this meeting, and we are FR 3-0152 ; ;
all of
Bunche Park family during klng forward to seeing "
our summer vacation. Mrs. Do ')ur parents at our next* PTA'neetlng 303 N.W. 2nd Are.fe .

rls. Burley became Mrs. George Oct. 16.

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nappy couple. h fe b MfeMb y AND ASSURE

Keep your eyes on Bunche Jackson's Toddle! Inn fit, ) LIFETIME SECURITY

:Park this year for we have 4 MEN WOMEN 18 To 50]
the ,
:great things planned for ,1 >
,improvement of our boys and Grammar school lufficltnl for

:girls and the Bunche. .' Park ---+- OFFERS y : many Jobi. Receive full info,-
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community
training r motion on how fo gel a gov't.job. .
in pre-school
The best
Sylvia S. Lambert, principal;; .- Keep your prtstnt Job
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,Sands, reporters. The finest primary instruction while training.
,, MUM> tsar soot want if corr._

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4 ; J'4' ..........,..........."'" .I kfnw,butw; world the true of heavenly change In attri-"human

.C ni.J'lltmnn.nlture:: change- 'Ifwo nature for which Christ
,dd not think $OL I believe; prepared us In His first coming.
a w6K-'hiV' J,"rejected Christ, for f' *The ftev.. Pr. Martin Luther
sir t lie came to (change human, na King Jr., in a speech irt Montgomery :
I ture. If this were not s<*, why Ala., Dec 3, 1958, said
have We been taught that wj I Let nobody fool you Hail the
54? Christ?
must be born again in loud you hear to
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What else in this needed re day about interposition.''
birth but a change In human nullification, and about outlaw
\ Jlature10 ing the NAACP are merely the
Irt: John :33: and '15. beloved death groans of dying system.
.fesm tells' UR that unless we TIP pld order is passing away,
lie born again, we will not see and the new order is coming
: the kingdom of' God, nor can into being. We are witnessing in
I we enter therein. Thus we are our day,the birth of a new age
Informed that a change In .human with| a structure of freedom'andJustice.
nature Is neccessary if we ."
are to enter the Kingdom: .
Religion and education ,are This transformation is.the
, .. based on the premise that, this will of God, being done on
I change ,in man Is possible for earth through those who have
I II both exist to enable man to been born again; thOse who
understand the world around have reached that dramatic
, w him as well ai the world of "critical stage" of growth
God. This greater understanding through the Christ Spirit.

, Is the key, hot only to
world peace but also to that

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CORONATION AT BOOKERT tha King, Carey Gholston, and ave. She was crowned b; Harold for all life that ceases' to grow 1 1'/4 ACRES

Pictured are the Queen Shirley Harris, who representedthe Robinson, a co-captain of also ceases to live. While at
the Tornado Sweetheart and the Alumni Association. the football team. I first this growth is practically PALM BEACH
unnoticeable It reaches a "crit
; entire group which participated Miss Dunnell, Queen, is the The program was directed by ical stage" when it becomes
, in the annual coronation ceremonies daughter of Mr and Mrs. James Mrs. Hazel L. Grant, director of I rapid, sudden an4 dreamable. 375
f at Booker T. Washing Dunnell Sr., of 777 KW 76th St. student activities who Render.I, For example, the lowly grub
Miss Agnes it suddenly
sisted
Until
by
ton' School last grows slowly
High Thursday She was crowned by Miss Erica son. Photos by Johnson of changes Into a beautiful butter tIt '. .. f" MffV **JfI
afternoon. Williams, president of the Student Miami. The dramatic change d ""tJ" 1 ff Mrt
same
fly.
I Council?, Miss Sturrup, the I fii mlli, SiMO.CMifr $Z
Upper left, Amelia Dunnell, comes when a chick emerges LAM fnm ( ;
, Tornado Sweetheart ,is the babe is born ...,1.f .."., ,*.. t ..
shell
who was crowned "Miss BTW, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bertram from its or a I Mftfnf MfWpMrtv. t iW fMol
upper right, Roderlqua Sturrup, Sturrup, of 5621 NW 13tit tf. S. park police report. from its mother's womb. I wlfhta 1000 v,rdi *M. tow tlMthk .
who was crowned "Miss Tornado Deputy Chief Nelson Mur- The high pitch of today'sracial knTb, H prw.p. IiiIM
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Sweetheart. Lower left dock: said the vandals appar and international ONV wUA MH** v******
shows Alumni president, Elliott ently splashed the racial slur turbances indicates the human 1 Ns = -"M" ,
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with the key to all of the early Monday morning. "grub" stage and enter into the"butterfly" I ..... KIM MIMe. Wed .
school's activities, and lower DEFACE LINCOLN st This is the Ml.ml. .. W.m cw MI ....
right is June DeGraff, who was MEMORIAL The 100th anniversary ofi 1 er:. ::': t v CM, w* to M.s.fwfl *.
last year's queen. Lincoln's issuing the Emancipation : .".. '" .rfMMtlw. MMf
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"Whipping a dead horse" has Proclamation was cele II''" M3MwmitlM
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In the center semicircle with H MM p.I
are always been considered a base brated last Saturday cere I MMM Mck IT Mt M..kfMto Mdtyt
"Miss Tornado Sweetheart," crime, but trying to whip a mony on the steps of the memorial. in its 'llth year of quality U MM to .... |
,' Harold Robinson Betty Ross, man after he has been dead for In his message President dance Nat Ratntr R..ttor
Clarence Culler, Gloria Mitchell, almost '100 'years beats it by a Kenndy said that the taskof teaching of music -, '
I' Stanley Squire, Brenda Wilder, long shot.Vandals. emancipation" is'not finished. 4 rt, dratna.: ids FecfaraIIldCJ......,,
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,'I' Marcus Smith, Erica Williams, in Washington, D: C. Much remains to be done to '615 'N.W.. 60th Street''Phone.757.1351
Miss BTW, Delores Lanier,Alexander this week, defaced the white eradicate the vestiges/ of discrimination ; JES.5664.
Whyms, Cassandra Taylor MI mI Bach, RorW. '
marble Lincoln Memorial, paint. and segregation;:'to .
Joseph Pace, Catherine ing "nigger lover" In foot-high make equal rights a reality for Ruth. Greenfield. director'
Harrell, EdwIna Sumpter, Lea pink letters on the rear wall, all people." I
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