The Miami times
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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: October 6, 1962
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00337

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I School Board Rejects ; 3 Youths Held In- r H

Plea For TransfersStudents y. Shooting Of Policeman ; I

High and seeking admission to Metro detectives have reported In??; Albert Tully Collie, 17, of
Ride Bus all-White Palmetto Junior High. I that the gun which a youth 15930 NW 18th place, and Leon. I
edmitted that he used in pump ard Cooper, 18, of 2335 Buncho
12 MilesThe Both appeals were denied 4-2. ing three bullets into an unarmed Park School Drive They are

Dr. John 0, Brown, CORE'S state trooper has been unable to post $50,000 bond set
Dade County School local project chairman, represented found in a vacant lot.. by Peace Justice Hugh Duval, ... ,

Board on Wednesday rejected about 40 Negro families Trooper Bobbie B. Smith, 35! It was feared that Smith .:a I
the plea of the Congress of who asked that their children of Margate off duty andwearing would die, but doctors' have reported 1 !
Racial Equality and the NAACPto bye: admitted to Fulford Elemen civilian clothes -' was that he is Improving: (
transfer Negro pupils to tary and North Miami Junior shot down by one of three teen
schools of their choice. High near their homes. agers at NW 27th Ave. and In a statement to a Miami'
167th St. when he Daily News reporter, Collie said!
Attorney G. E. Graves, rep. The children are taken by Friday night that he had returned from Nas.
resented two groups of parents, bus dally from the North Miami about attempted obscence to question remarks they sau just a few days, and had', ,
one Involving a seventh grader Beach to Opa.locka "
area :
gone to a drug store to get
allegedly made to his 'girl friend
assigned to allNegro Dorsey "10 to 12 miles" Dr. Brown some aspirin for a cold, when'' I
Junior High and seeking admission said to attend Rainbow Park : a woman companion. he met Phillips, a former
to all-White Madison Jun Elementary and North Dade Charged with attempted mur. schoolmate, and Cooper. He
for High, and who had attend. Junior-Senior High ; anl der and lodged in Dade County had nothing to do with the
ed integrated Gladevlew Elementary Jail are Harry "Pee-Wee Phil shooting, he said, and ho believes
.;. Supt. Joe Hall said his'staft )? K lips, 17, of 15850 NW 18th Ave that he Is a victim of circumstances *-
will the situation
study: see ; '
who admitted the actual shoot. .
The other also '
concerns a 7th'grader If it would be economical to
assigned to Mays Junior make the transfer. .
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Hundreds In Vote DriveWe ::1
I:.. Beauticians .Regional to'Meet Here I
The Crusade for Voters Caravan NW 2nd St.Registration. ;

The 10th annual meeting of garding various state laws and Is rolling again. The Voter will be conducted I
the Southern Atlantic Region of 'ocal restrictions Imposed on I Registration Drive Is In high at each of the aforementioned '1
beauticians, shop owners and gear as we approach the last places from 0 aim to 5 p.m.
the National Beauty Culturlst school owners. day of registration before the .
League, Inc., composed of beau. books are closed for the November ---

ticians in the states of Alabama, Mrs. Buehler B. Hunter of At. F e election. We urge everyoneto
Florida, Georgia and South Carolina ''anta regional supervisor; Dr. get out and take advantageof
will be held In Miami, Oc '{a tie E. Wickham of New Or. a right which is being denied
tober 28 thru the 30th. Hampton eans national president; Mrs., to many individuals In the
House Motels headquarters.The Maine S. Waldon West Palm South today.viewpoint .

Beach, state president. Helen Jones, Ebony Fashion
theme have made significant Y
i. 4s "Efficiency, I
r r.r Fair model, displays a Thailand
with numbers a.
r Friendship, Progress. 'I progress large
......! head-dress of pearls and rhine- registering dally, We have secUre I
The Regional purpose Is to I II NORTH DADE?;,.., stones burnt to complement satin, with a gown gold of ed the registration books, for .
establish intimate personal acquaintance your convenience at Hutchesan's
threads. Panel-draped top Is
:and friendship between BOY DROWNS burnt orange Thai silk. Realty 6178 NW 17th AvtfTl/ '
varioUs' states and localsto you live In the Liberty sCftyi
serve as' a bond which shall Percy D. Ford, 13, drowned area. If you live in Downtowrf
bind together the h ear t s, Monday afternoon in canal wafer Ebony Fashion FlairExotic Miami you may register at the
thoughts and energy for progress 12 feet deep ,as he tried to County Registration office, 110
: To become more enlight 'eap ashore from a home-made is the word for the W, Flagler.
ened in the field of tteauty culture '>oa t. Orient and exotic is this orlen-
and to keep abreast with Ford, who lived .,at 2460 NW tal-Inspired: gown. In fact exotic If you are in the Opa-locka
the changes made. To learn first 156th St., was five', feet from describes the mood of Ebony area, you may register at the
hand the functioning of the National 'he bank when he jumped from Fashion Fair for '62. Two hun City Hall, 777 Sheherezade Bou
Beauty Culturlst League, he boat, in which he was rid.'ng dred ,fabulous creations, straight levard.In ti Mil ? r
\ Inc., Theta Nu Sigma Sorority with a 12-year-old compan- from the other hemisphere or
touched by its flair, will be the South Miami area, you
Hall of Fame In t'' h e national on, said Metro police. _
y home in 'Washington, D. C. and First*tok arrive on the scene shown by a bevy of ten of may register at Cutler Ridge
other divisions. **,' was :policeman William Foster, Ebony's loveliest models (in Regional Shopping Center, ,
',;who stripped to his under. which the fair lady aUbve is included Community Center Building,
To cover the highlights and slotlies,plunged in'' and. recovered ). 20230 South Dixie Highway, or Mrs. Florence '
points of general Interest 're the *>ys! body. Continued on page 4 Homestead Fire Station, 325

'c. Cooper 79 Dies ,

ii--ii: Mrs. Florence E.; Cooper a .
45-year resident of Miami, died
) early Saturday morning at the
I_ home of her daughter Mrs.
;4 ,4M Marie Wareham, 6850 NW 17th

a ",Sx .. i Ave.Nurse Cooper, as she was! re
w .Y tarred to, was one of then first
midwives in the area during the
If' 4 4'. 20's having maintained an enviable
''I: record of not having
T. z lost ,a mother nor ,a new born.
Mfs; Cooper once worked ,under -
the supervision of the..late
Dr.'W.' H. Sawyer and theh'.in
the 40'. under,the Doord'.'otUealth.
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t. .rr ;; Mrs. Coo e( Is survived by, a
., 1 lirtft? ? family. .ller;/',Immediate
t". !! survivor besides her ,daughter
are1 two sons Lawrence B.; and
John E; Mrs. Helen
1 x' I L. Smith of Denver, Colo?; Miss

: Ruth McDowell. Tracinghis Value does"noL&e 'II' Kathleen ,Cooper, two sisters .,
extend Sorory
First to
Sorors of Miami Alumnae was threefold. I Mrs. Rachel Reeves and Mrs.
i Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta heartwarming greetings to the life's history his message pend on size,The things we do, I Gertrude Haven of Nassau Bahamas d'II
, Sorority shared In a very Impressive Sisterhood; Second to outline carried with it the following do not offset the things. we leave ,* two brothers Canon: ';
f' ceremony at their Initial briefly the goals of the sisterhood thoughts, "The don'ts" and undone. It U not how much II Charles F. Cooper and Joseph
<, meeting. There's was a luncheon how they can- be achiev, "musts" of civilization which you do, but how well you do It !Cooper of Philadelphia; four.
given at the Everglades 'ed, by what ways and means, surround women from birth are that Is important. Therefore, grandchildren Mrs. Isabel Robertson -
Hotel.. and. Third, to give each soror not Intended to restrict life but one must bring meaning to a Mrs Gloria Dunn,: Eton-
I' ". an opportunity to assist In developing to enlarge it. Life Is to be lived, thing to get, meaning from It. ezer Edwards: and Mrs. Julita
Immediately following the the organizational widely and deeply as possible.The Pompey of the Bronx, N Y. '
formal opening, a' well-planned structure of the sisterhood. greater values must alwaysbe Others on \the program were ,
.t A!, business session was conducted put before the less Impor Soror Dorothy Graham whose Funeral J services will be held
b by Dorothy Newton ,Maxwell ,Highlighting day was the tant keeping proper pro meditation was In keeping with Saturday' 9 *m. at the Holy
; "( newly' elected presidentAirs.. Inspirational message deliveredby valU"i life, the message; Sorors AlUMtta I Redeemer Catholic: Church with}
Maxwell efficiently served the Rev.: Henry C. McDowell, McNeal, Dorothy Miller, KM a Rosary aervice'0t the Range
very capacity several pastor' of the Church of The The'real value of any Incident Funeral Home on Friday at'3Pa .
years In this ago.same Her opening address' Open Door and husband of or anything depends'on Continued on pare S .a

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Tallahassee PoliceDefy EUROPE PAGE & S A'URflAjY, OCTOBER 6, 1962

Supreme CourtArrest ,WITH FAMUDRAMA GROUP Cost Of Discrimination;

the Supreme Court, which inVolved '

5 CODE"Memh six: Freedom Riders ,arrested Tallahassee Dr. S Ran In $13 BillionThe ,

at Shreveport, La.andlike dolph Edmonds, director of the Employment
In Jackson, Mis
,'. .... .rsTallahassee thaeman Florida A&M University Play .
sisslppl pendingtheTallahassee makers Guild, announced a elimination of racial dig. of the labor force ,due td failure
In defiance. live were charged troupe of 18 persons will tour crimination: in employment to .utl fully the existing
the June'4 Supreme Court decision I with disorderly conduct because Europe next February under might Increase the gross nation skill of non-whites:; ((2)) failureto
outlawing police enforce they refused to obey a police
his direction. al product the value of all develop potential skills.
ment of discrimination in bus order to leave the premises.
and services produced -
terminals Tallahassee police on The cast was selected after a goods
Sept. 25 arrested five local Police also demanded their week of tryouts of FAMU stu by aWout 13 billion dollars annually Jolly. Friends
service bus tickets, which is Illegal under will President Kennedy'sCouncil
CORE members seeking dents. They be In Europefor
at the Trallways lunch counter. Interstate Commerce Com seven weeks entertaining of Economic Advisershas The Jolly Friends Club with
mission regulations The arrests members of the American Armed estimated.In Mrs. Bertha Lewis as. presidentwill
occurred the second consecutive meet at the home of Mrs.
The five are James and Jul Forces and their famlllles beginning the
ian Hamilton, Rushen Kennon, day on which the five Tallahassee Feb. 19, 1963. a report prepared for Mae Woods, at 2965 NW 49th
Joint Economic Committee
Ira Simmons and Patricia Ste. CORE members had St., Saturday night, Oct. 20 at
phens. Ball, set originally at sought to eat at the Trailways The group was selected by Congress nonwhites the had council the said sam thatif e 8:30.: Business and recreation.

$500 each, was reduced to $100 terminal. the American Educational educational level as whites,

following)) protests and trial they, National CORE in filing for- Theatre USO. Association and the and if the economy fully used PTA Council
were released pending mal complaint with the Inter- their education, the increase

Oct 4.Like. state Commerce Commissionand In 1958, the Guild was selected might amount to 17 billion an Banquet to Honor 3

in the case decided by the Department of Justice. to perform In several African nually. A1 I .
testimonial Banquet, honorinkj
countries as a part of the
President's Cultural Exchange The report was drafted in response one of the founders Rev
of pythias Program.The to questioning of Chair Edward T. Graham, and two of
To Knights man Walter W. Teller and other its ast presidents, Mrs. Atha-
SCLC Spend i I And Courts' of drama organization will council members during the I lie flange and Mrs. Margaret
present Langston Hughes' hearing on the President's I Dunn is being sponsored hy the
Calanthe "Simply Heavenly" and a variety economic report this year. Dade County PTA It will beheld

$400,000 ForIntegration t I Orange Blossom Lodge No. 16 show. The tour will include at 8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 12 :at
Economic losses from racial '
chancellor presentations In Franca, Ger the Llllie C. Evans' Elementary
Rev., Jesse Lloyd,
I I II discrimination are clear, the
'I commander, will meet Saturday, many, Italy and other countries. School, 1895 NW 75th st. Don
council said. These losses result
Oct. ',,6.Rose. Members of the cast selectedare from: cured tion $2.50 Tickets may be se
II of Sharon Court No. 23 by calling Mrs. Marie
Mrs. Mallssla Harris, worthy Marva Pleze. Lena Hill, Barbara ((1)) Inefficiencies in the use Huff, NE 49838.
Williams, Samuel Dan
At the opening session of the
I counsellor, laid to rest their iels, Henry Jefferson, Ronald --
:Southern Christian Leadership brother, Sir Albert Harllman at Thompson, Raymond Dunnell
''Conference meeting this weekIn the Hurst Chapel AME Church, Frances Young and MichaelDuncan '
Birmingham, Ala., the Rev. Rev., J. B. Blake, pastor. .
Dr. Martin Luther King stated Chancellor Commander, Vice
that the group will spend an Chancellor meet Sunday, Oct. 7
estimated $400,000 in the com at the home of Sir Robert C.
:ing year to bring integration to Bowens, 10850 SW 146th Terr, 3 Auction! Auction!

,Dixie. _
pm.Lily of Valley Court No. 6% Atlas Lodge No. 308 Is Inviting
Dr. King was elected president Mrs. Sarah D. Belle, worthy you the public and especially
when the conference was or counselor will meet Thursday,
all lodges and other -
In New Orleans in 1957, organizations
ganized Oct. 11 at 8 p.m. to their house .
open auction -
and still serves as its leader. Rose Sharon Lodge No. 22, sale where everythingmust
Sir Henry Smith, chancellor
He is a minster of Ettenezer go! go! go!
commander, will meet Saturday,
Baptist Church In Atlanta. He
sale the conference has had'tremendous Oct. 13.Lilly. So come out and have a lot
Influence In break. of Valley Juvenile Court, of fun this Friday night, Oct. 5,
Pamela Brown, worthy matron, at 930: pm. until, at the Elks i.ZjV'FREE DELIVERY
down the barriers of DRUG
ing in transportationand segregation has a member on the sick list, Club. 329 NW 16th Terr. ,. .._,._- .
public Deborah Williams at the Variety 6730 N.W. 15th Avenue Phone 691-6651
lunch counters. Children's Hospital. Louis F Duty, exalted ruler i HAROLD JOLLIVETt'E, Manage* '


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In at the entrance to the show, with!i(their pets, at All contestant must keep dogs on leash and un der control at all times. Every dog must be
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Each contestant must be present with his dog at least ont-half
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"m next meeting Oct. 28, will be at I
the home of Mrs. BLANCHE .. .. .. ..
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DEAN That fabulous groupof
lltls.i twelve who is known for the

a14V art of mixing a lot of civic work UNCF Offers Tests For
with 'a lot of gaety is meeting
with Mrs. THOMAS (Portia)
,1haL. BANNISTER on the evening of
Oct. 10. High on the agenda Is
1 1"" ... r'V the fabulous candlelight Installation $500,000 In ScholarshipsMore
':- By>RUTH N. POLITE ceremony The twelve

, ftucaruoOK. RINKEY DINKS, INC.It .
GEMS. Every Congratulations and keep on than a half-million dole Inception of the proclaim fri; 1052
Woman.. Women are Four keeping on) Is certainly good to know lars in college scholarships will candidates have increased in
she who knows and knows she # about the achieved goals of I be awarded top scorers in the I number from 2,800 to 11,700 last
knows she is CLARENCE R. J. WEEKS. At 1DG2 nation-wide tests conducted year. Scholarships were granted!
wise. Follow I WOMAN'S DAY at Martin Memorial time In this he was .
her, She one area annually by the United l1e.gro to 1,000 of the 19G1 candidates
who knows and knowsnot AME Church in Richmond an effective worker with migrant College Fund. James R.
she knows she is asleep I Heights will be celebrateed laborers. After migratingback Smothers Jr., Fund educational Scoring and interpretation' of
Wake her. She who knows not, Sunday, Oct. 14. The morning to his home base in New division director, said the tests the results of the cxamlral ons'
and knows not she knows not- and evening speakers will York City he lkcame identified are scheduled Nov. 24 through are handled by the Educational,
she is a fool. Shun, her. She who select their subjects from the with phases of social worlt. Today Dec. 28 at 285 centers in 30 Testing Service of Princeton,
khows not, and knows she I'over all theme, "Rights' and Responsibilities he is one of the "big states and the Virgin Islands. N. J.
knows not she Is a child of Christian Women wheels" in Public Housing. lie
Teach her in a Changing World." is Inter Group Relations Offi Twenty-nine of the 32'UNCFcollege High school principals and
counselors throughout the coun-
participants in the Cooperative
cer for the First
FAMILY PORTRAIT OIr THE Mrs. JOHNNY (Clora) PEAR- Region. In other Examination try have been sent information
WEEK The late ROBERT SALL will deliver the messagein words he is to the first region Program.Intercollegiate'The CIEP about the CIEP test Students

LEWIS WILSON family of 2948 the morning and Mrs. CLEM In public housing administration tests are now required by the may apply to them for application -
NW 46th St The remarkable ENTINE RAHMINGS will I what HUBERT M, participating colleges for specific forms or write directly to
thing about this family is the speak in the evening. The com JACKSON is to the fourth reg scholarships," Mr. Smothers Intercollegiate Examination
manner In which it has been mittee charged with the reosponsibl11ty I ion. All. of your old conies are said. "Some of the colleges also Program, 22 East 54th St,
aWe to carry on in spite of apparent of planning for this proud of you. We know you require prospective students to New York 22, NY. The registra
insurmountable sorrow annual event is composed of would make it if you tried take the tests for admission, all tion fee Is $3.00 No applicationswill :
and economic reverses. Mrs. James Reid, chairman; I lie who has a "brace" of loyal of the colleges encourage themto be accepted after Oct. 27.
Mrs. John Byrd co-chairman; friends is doubly blessed. The Scholarships and admisstors
The late Mr. Wilson was a Mrs. Andrew (Melse) Grojsse; Tinkers (George and Verne) arei do so. based on the tests are for the
native of Quitman Ga. A long Mrs. Martlel Myrtice( ) Johnson, i such people. They remember to The examinations are open to 1063-64 academic year.
time resident of Miami, he own Mrs. William (Rosebud) Dick carryon the tradition of all high school seniors regard
ed and operated a bakery and inson. friends who have passed on. So, less of race and a limited number All UNCF colleges and universities -
was well respected in the local on Sunday they had a quiet of Juniors and sophomores are privately supported,.
baking industry. Many people birthday dinner for their good of exceptional ability. Since the accredited institutions located In.
will remember Mr. Wilson as ABOUT PKOPLE. Two fine friend retired Col. Claude I the South.
the people are out of circulation because Ruthle
nephew of the late Mrs. Clarke. Daughter and --------"
Roberta Barkley. His family of accidents. They are his sister, Mrs. Ruth Stallard James Fifer Beatrice Richard-
and Mrs.
lost him Feb. 5, 1957. He left RAYMOND DOROTHY H.HEASTIE MAXWELL. Hurry helped to enjoy the festive occa son, Emma M. Williams, Hazel THE FINE ARTSCONSERVATORY

six young children to be cared sion. Wilcox Ruby Thomas, Marvin
and get well, both of you
for MABLE by his wife. the former The PTA Council of Dade County tt Josey, Oct. 9; Frazier B. Bradley in its llth year of quality
LOUISE SANDS, the N. Bethel, Claudia M.
daughter of pioneers Mr. and is giving the its Purple illustrious carpet COFFEE SIP The Deborah Cooper, Oct 10; Cleomle Bloomfield teaching of music, dance,

Mrs. ,George sands of Coconut Founders treatment on to Oct. 11. The affair Sunday School Class at Mt. I Ellen Pierce, Stephanie art, drama.
Grove. will be staged in the cafetoriu.nof Zion Baptist Church had a delightful I Anderson, Marlon Henry Mason 615 N.W., 60th Street

Mrs; Wilson, Carver High the Evans Elem. School. ThisIs ) fellowship before the class affair hourat Immediately Oct.Burley: 11,. ;Oct.Maxis 12; Genesta Miller, Sweet.Doris. Phone 757.1351

School graduate, member of Salter's quite a noble gesture on the 9:30: in the morning. The ing Oct. 13WEDDING. Ruth Greenfield, director
,.Chapel AME Church and part of the council. We hope sip took place in the Refectory 1 tt *
ardent PTA worker realized I many of the citizens and their' during the month of September. -
that the duty and responsibility friends will find time to attend This served as a means of ANNIVERSARY'
was hers and hers alone to car- this affair Mrs. RUTH getting to know the visitors Greetings are extended to Mr.
ry on,though grieved and bewildered STALLARD of Chicago has who had come to share the lesson ,nd' Mrs. Chester McDaniel o'
.. She set herself to the spent an enjoyable three Mrs. Ella Granberry-Wll- Opai-locka, Oct. 7; Mr. and Mrs.
task of keeping and holding her months In the Magic City with Hams is the teacher of Deborah I 1. Maxwell, Oct. 11; and Mr.
family together in spite of :all her favorite brother, Col. Class. and, Mrs. Lawrence Cooper, Oct.
odds* and reverses; and be as- Claude Clarke She Is returningto S e e 1C,
sured: there jvere many. With the windy city with a lot of *
the industrious habits of the sand In her shoes, which is a THE PRESIDENT'S COMMITTEE .
children and her many efforts good omen that she will Uo com on employment of the JOURNEY'S ) NJ). The late
they,$urviv d. Today Mrs. Wilson ing back to these sheltering handicapped Is presenting' BER :Mtrf. Floience Cooper, Mrs.
Owns her home which is palms quite often. NARD POSNER, director of Mary Smith of Opa.locka, Mrs.
comfortably furnished and well public relations for the Presl Mattie Wright, Tommy McMll-
All of the children are well and dent'ti Committee jan ,and Deacon Albert Neisu.
as guest
profitably accounted for. Attention all POINSETTIA Profound sympathy Is extendedto
speaker for the annual Dade
BRIDGE CLUB members I f I the bereaved families. May
BARBARA DIANE, a graduate Outgoing president GUSSIE County Awards Dinner Thurs- they rest in 'peace -' I, I II
of Dorsey High School and day evening, Oct. 11, The dinnerIs FREE |
DOBBS is calling the first meet- '
N. Y. University, is now mar being held in the Ever THOUGHT FOR TUB WEEK:
Ing of the Oct. 13. The
ried Keith Bradaham year Hotel. In addition to the "What people
to cannot
Henry say you
meeting is going to be held at dinner, there will be a musical do, and
former New York football pro. !you try find that you
Mrs. Gradaham is a teacher of the home of Mrs. THOMAS revue and dancing. We shall cant ( MINISTERiIGOWNI!II
(Hazel) SANDERS in .
secretarial science in the New Opa-locka tell you in detail next week *
ZETA AMICAE will be more about the dinner.
York Her husbandis
City system. hosted Mrs. DANIEL Lenora .
by (

for a the social city service of New investigator York. ing, Oct.JOHNSON 8 NOEL Monday(Cleomle even-) INCH.HAPPY Col.milTIIDAY Claude Clarke GRI J.ET.R. 749 NW 50th St. i i II

BETTYE1 LOUISE, registerednurse BLOOMFIELD is planning an TaYlorl Cynthia Bethel, Robert
is a graduate of North evening of fun after the regu Mamie Kershaw, Oct.
western and Hampton Insti lar business meeting of the 1; Thomas Jones, Jefferson ONLY $400 DOWN when your A.M.E. Church I
tute. She and her husband Atty. EGELLOC CLUB in Tier homeat Heaves Sr., Vivian Nesbitt, Lu- buys Officially ApprovedI
William Ormsby live in Madison their next meeting at which cia A. Harris, Sarah Cherry, Balance $78 per month I PULPIT GOWNS I II
Wisconsin. time FAYDELL PHILLIPS Vivian Nesbitt, Oct. 2; Garth FHA
will be officially welcomed Reeves Jr., Oct. 4; Sadie Mur- I CHOIR ROBES I
JOHN W. WILSON, recent back into the group. ray, Jennie A. Edmond, Janie Lovely ranch home, 2 bed UNIFORMS
BTW graduate goes into the Reeves Oct. 7 Elizabeth F.
Armed Forces Oct. 18. The local Real Estate Board Knaggs,, Henry ; Mott, Lillie B. room, Fla. room, carport, I CHURCH FURNITURE I II

SHIRLEY ANN is a senior at was entertained Sunday afternoon Mott, Loretta Bannister, Tho- large yard with patio and Other Church Supplies
Northwestern. Her future is by Mrs. LILLIAN DILI mas R. Pjplno, Sonja P. Mat garden with may fruit and I I
geared toward professional I LOU. The auxiliary met with i thews, Oct. 8; Willis Murray shadle trees. Buy from :owner from reliable
nursing. I I and save OS I

grader at Northwestern hopesto STAR MEAT MARKET

eventaually graduate from SUPPLY!II
UCLA. He wants to become a

dentist.DEBORAH LAVE UN, Is a / 1520 N.W. 62nd Street .. 1 11/4 ACRES I COMPANY I

fifth grade pupil at, Bethune I Official' African' Methodist' I
Elemetary.This 0 PALM BEACH Episcopal' Church Supplier
Authority of Bl hop* Council
family is saluted becauseof I and Office of rubll Ralationa.' I
the progress It has made and THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE 375 A.M.K CHURCH
also to give encouragement at I BENEFITS FROM I
the half way mark in its under- 0 YOUR PURCHASES

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F- Fashion Flair

4 SATURDAY.. OCTOBER, 6.. 1962 bers injured. L n .........n" $oss t3hr1 .
-__ .__._ o' ._ .____- ._-- In spite of a masterful address, an appeal u o \:"w"Tr"Lnett in I. Continued from page 1Evert
rioting, resulting ,
and the people of Mississippi, there was
the ,
two deaths. \') ;! dgzetta(cf
Almost: unbelievable is the fact that retired Major General enspittbees ,vt tia.wsg: i b>6aih-
Guards In the Little takimtfat': louttgirig street
Edwin Walker, who was in charge of umver-- I t ye 111g, t",ttlrtjg", 'qnddanriiig
Rock fiasco, rebelled and led a moW and students of the ; ; For" each JdUtat?,vrlll

sr slty, charging U. S. marshals. $par1with Just enough' Oriental
', Iii A'.W15th Avenu w.Phonc OX 10421. of: Southern governorshave highlights! to matelt plque--
4 w' Office M 0740 ; too is that the majority 4
t 1I\"lrj k31 MI Mia: N'.U.: Third Ave., Miami Florida ;Phone FR 8=1l2367 condition where ,lv* charming. v ****
-.-- _-, _. .* failed to place the blame for this disgrateful ;'A ticket ltf, Koony Fashion
10. hiniHMUND' HKKVE8, Edltot and Publisher Jt belongs right on the shoulders of Governor' Barnetfc !hair 1902 Id eStBellaboarlrwith
eu i nTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor' Had he failed to away
President Kennedy had to send in troops. October 21 at Dade
----- all Miami
SyltSCRIPTION RATES .'.'? do, so the very dignity of the nation could not have been maintain County Auditorluni.. Ticket may
OMO: \'IMIt''I'i.oo -i tUX MONTHS $3.00 ,- FOREIGN! 90.00 ed. be purchased at: -

', Travel' Bureau, 'Com
of state takes over and ignores the 'highest North's
ELECTED BISHOPIn If a governor
ARCH DEACON BURGESS President it munity Drugs, Hampton House,
the ,
courts of the land, the Attorney General and Drugs, Bunche
Brownsville ,
Boston, Massachusetts, last week, ecclesiastical history was Constitution
seems to us it's time to send in troops, or tear up the Park Bowling Lanes and from
made in the Episcopal Church when the Venerable John M. Bur Alpha
and surrender to that state. The United States can never do that. any member of Alpha Kappa
gess, Archdeacon of Boston waS elected as a Suffragan of the Dio and that and har sorority Get yours now!
the revolt will cease peace
Let us hope find the FashIon -
And turn
cese. There were five other candidates, but Bishop Burgess was vueol 21!
will be maintained. Fair?
'elected on the first ballot, receiving 138 clergy votes and 103 lay. mony

men, giving him 49 more votes than was required for election.

Bishop Burgess, 53 years old isa:) ,native ,of Grand Rapids, Volunteers NeededAt PTA's To MeetThe CAR FOR SALE

.Michigan. PTA of Booker T. WashIngton Chrysler Imperialfull
He graduated from the Episcopal Theological Seminary, Cam. Youth Hall will meet Wednesday Oct.

bridge, Mass in 1934 and was ordained. tO, ;; the priesthood in 1935. 10 in the auditorium. Parents power, like new Own ;
Volunteers are wanted at once and students are urged to attend '
He served as rector of St. Phillip's Church in Grand Rapids and to participate in special activity especially 7th grade pa.; er leaving country, mutt
also as priest in charge of St. Simon of Cyrene in Cincinnati. programs at Youth Hall. Our rents. Mrs. L. Johnson, president sell. Make art offer. Call JE

Before going to Boston, he had been a Canon of the National youth need your service in helpIng 8-0966
to bring to them arts and Dorsey PTA will meet Mon.
Cathedral of Washington, D. C., and was also chaplain at Howard 1533 Drexel Ave.
in the auditorium
crafts, Bible studies, Job opportunities day night, 8 o'clock
University.In ceramics, competitive President Willie Scott Miami Beach

1952 he was member of the World Council of Churches. sports, good grooming and help urges all parents to attend. .. ..... ....... ,
them assume their rightful place a LLl* q. S.S. .t1t-lL* Last year he was a delegate to the Council's Convention in New in society. '

Delhi, India. Please call Blanche Calloway, Lincoln Fields Apartments
Bishop Burgess will assist the Rt. Rev. Anson Phelps Jr., PL 0-G383 or JE 2-6347 and offer .
Bishop of the Diocese. He will be presiding over White congrega your services.
tions. 2045 N.W. 62nd Street
There are'now three Negro bishops in1 the Episcopal Church: _. a -.----
the Rt. Rev. Bravld Harris, Bishop of Liberia; the Rt. Rev. Dillard
Brown Jr., his co-adjutor, and Bishop Burgess. Rev. Theodore Jones of Enjoy Living in Our Cool, Clean Apartments
New York will be the preacherat
Another Episcopal Bishop was the late E. Thomas Bemby. the Church of the Incarnation Offering Many Features
LL.D., S.T.D. who was consecrated Bishop of Arkansas in 1918. He on Sunday.

was well known In Florida. Before being elevated to the bishopriche Services: Sunday School 9:30: ; Refrigerator Gas Stove
Tile Bathroom
: was rector of St. Peter's Church, Key West in 1903. He had visited Choral Mass 11 a.m. EYP
Churchman 5 p.m.; Evensong Newly painted Venetian Blinds
Miami many times. 6:30: p.m.
The first Negro Bishop to be consecrated in the Episcopal Washing Machines Laundry Rooms

Church was the Rt. Rev. James Theodore Holly, D.D. LL.D., who Free Parking Auto hot water heater
was consecrated In Grace Church, New York City, November 8, MOTHERSI Filtered water"
will Free Garbage Disposal
1874, and served his native home, Haiti. keep your children

His son, the late Dr. Alonzo P. Holly, who practiced in Miami from infants up, while you CARETAKERS ON PREMISES
work. Clean I
for this November 28 1915 wholesome
many years, died in city on ,
surrounding, fenced in 0 -------
Bishop Burgess will be consecrated at St. Paul's Cathedral

I3oston, on December' 8. large playground, expert Weekly Rate
supervision, pickup and delivery

FRANKLIN FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN Reasonable rateyou'll .$14.1 bedroom $18 2 bedroom apt.)
ASSOCIATIONThe love my service Call

Franklin Federal Savings and Loan 'Association is a new FR 9.2643, day or 759.4686 I Renting Office open every day Phone, OX 1-8862

name to us, but one that the public must become acquainted with. at night. I .iii'.i'.iv.v.iiim iiiiiiiiimiiiii i l'LIA" '

This association has met all requirements of the Federal Home ........"....._.-.._._.u _u_ ..... . .. .. .. .. .. .
"S"X'JW ; S II4/1:fi' ;sov I VSfi"Klt.i/yIY 'IIY IY :- :-: 'II 9N 1'II r.N .ylx
Loan Bank Board and will open for business on Friday, Oct. 12. ..4.11111. .t!C.,?5oVi TC.t y..!T..V 1.Vt,?;.p..4.: ;

The association's office is at 1001 NW 3rd Ave.

The officers are: Billy Miller, president; Rev. Edward T. Gra
ham, vice president; Dr. Nathaniel Colston, chairman; Atty. Henry JUST AS WE TOLD YOU :

H. Arrington, counsel. ,. .
Members of the Board of Directors are: Loyal Domning, di. .

rector;'Phillip Spier, vice chairman; Joseph p Curry, secretary; ;

Otis' D. James, treasurer: ; Emanuel M. Frutcher, director; RonaldC. South Dade Is On The Move :: I ;. '

Shafer, director; Walter C.' Cogdell, director. ,

Charles: D Prather Is manager. He has had banking experiencewith 62 STORES OPENED IN DADE LAND SHOPPING CENTER ':

Miami Beach Savings and Loan Association, the Citizens .

Federal of Hlaleah and the Palm Springs Branch. INVEST NOW INDreamland:- .I:
The Franklin is the first of its kind.in Miami among Negroes .Ie

that will be protected by the Federal Government. .' 1
At the present time there than ;
are more 750 subscribers, total
ling upward of one million dollars.
Considering our Negro population, there should be many more

but the association is new and the number will increase' as time
goes on.

In order to open for business the association must have on IN SOUTH DADE COUNTY

deposit at least a million dollars. That seems to be a lot of mon

ey, but it has been raised, and it is not so much when we considerthe Let '10 Down and
number of people who could make deposits. $10 Monthly

With our expanding population we could use two such institutions I

;. A banking or savings and loan association'gives the community WORK FOR YOU

a much better status in the economic world, and we certainly -I

Recently need that.In the city of Orlando' a much smaller city than Miami !I Buy 1J 1 Acres ... Total Price $825Burdine.

!, Negroes have been successful in establishing the Washington -

Shores Federal Savings and ,Loan Association. '

Our congratulations go to the organizers of that association.We ., Hartleys, Food': Fair, Kresge, Lerner., and 57 more businesseshave

hope for the success of the Franklin. There is no good recently opened in South Dade .
reason why it should not succeed.
By Calling
The above caption is perhaps the best we can think of to des-

cribe what went on in Oxford, Mississippi this week. 691.5611or
come to 5178 NW
The scene is around the campus of the State University wherea 17th Avenue I

Negro, ,James Meredith, sought admission by order of the Fed For an Appointment -
eral Curt backed by Attorney General Robert Kennedy and the see */
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President of the United States.

The governor 'of Mississippi openly defied such orders with Dreamland Estates

armed forces. The National Guard, called to preserve order and

see that Meredith was enrolled, was fired upon and some memo /1 JI.....II',...II',,..11',..../,.Y...IY...../'I.hNI.., ...,...11I" ...,t....',/1..YI'1" ........,t...11'...../..I...II. .."N'1....,..."ww..." ...,......Q.w.. yl, ,IIwN, MNhS, ,.:t:,NYYN.YY.'N'.Y...!. .......;Q...9VPAG

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of The Carver Chamber Ranches of will Commerce meet'''i SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5.6.7

Monday, Oct. 8 at ,8 p.m. All(, it i- n ..

Yr.\:'. members. are asked tp be present t : \ a\ 4 '4 mM4 ''w 444.. '' :fJ1;< "'''"'tt!'r''''.' ''

,. Star Light Lodge No. 54 meets
Friday night, Oct. 5 at 8 o'clock
at the Masonic Temple on Pern- ;6' fit

bloke Road. All members, please
... b>
.t. < present. '' + )
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jju Frederick William Hraynon, '.\ ,
.... s
V, son of .\11'. and Mrs. Donald r _
V' Hraynon of 3918 SW 26th St., W. I I vacatlori '' e.
Tv .. Dr. H. Sweeting While on in New York
Hollywood, left to ,attend college 3r.
Sweeting spoke at Mother
at University of the Returns From
Zion AME Church This churchs
West Indies in Jamaica four
week Vacation pastored by Rev Roberson,
ago. brother of Paul Roberson.

Dr. H. Sweeting, 2148 NW 4th
Mrs. James Outen of 5624 SVV
3t, Ft. Lauderdale, posed at the Delta Luncheon 1
17th has
; St., left for Philadelphia
lorida Exposition at
}?': where she will be vacationing
Continued from
Center in New York page
!r City ...
for two weeks with relativesand ..
\ friends. luring a recent visit. Wright, and Alice Salmon, past
Dr. Sweeting returned home president.Transferring.

Saturday, Sept. 22 after an ex- from the Undergraduate 4 4.4 va
Congratulations to Jerry Gray tended five week, vacation. He Chapter are Sorors 4
..' ? on the opening of his new Carver 'pent one week in Seattle, Wash- Barbara Gray Williams, and
Gardens in West Hollywood ngton at the World's Fair and Rosetta Bush. Soror Williams is
at 5625 Pembroke Road and risitin+ friends. From there he an alumni of Morris Brown College I J4 :
". 56th Ave. Dance band every went to Atlantic' City, N. J. and Is presently employedat
''. .weekend. 'where he attended the Miss Booker T. Washington; High
'\., Vmerlca pageant. School as an English Instructor.
South Broward Post No. 8195 He then visited Dr. and Mrs. Soror Bush is a former student
VFW meets Sunday, Oct. 7 at 6 Anthony George in St. Albans, of Northwestern High nnd is [
p.m. at the Chamber of Com Nf.Y. (his brother and sister-in- presently employed in the science

.,. merce Building. Members are law) and was their guest for department there. She recently -
urged to be present. ne week. From there Dr. received the honor of JIMMY NORMANAnother
having been named to Who's
3wcetln Hotel and the sessionof Who in American Colleges and
I at opening
Mrs Clara Milton, president
'. .. of the Home Mission of New the UN Sept. 16 at the Wal- Universities Sorors attending, 10G2 edition.the luncheonwere Show Stopper
Jorf Astoria. From there he
Macedonia Baptist Church, W.
Hollywood, the Rev. N. 11.e' went to the UN and attended Annette McNeal, first vice "You Don't Love Me Any More"Plus
president, Cora Culver, second
Bimlnt khe general assembly in the UN
Phillips, pastor, left for vice; Hazel Wright, recording
attend the Union Other Favorites
on Friday to Many
secretary; Geneva Love, financial -
_. ; meeting at Mt. Zion Baptist
Maner Para-
I secretary; W.
Church. She returned Sunday I
South Florida Body
more, corresponding secretary;
night. Dorothy Graham, treasurer;

Beautiful Contest Maedon[ S. Dullard journalist, Plus. .
The Rev. and Mrs. E. J. Clark Alice Salmon, parliamentarian; TE5

,,1 of Central Baptist Church. West North Dade JuniorSeniorHigh Marie RoUorts, chaplain; Doro .
Y ** Hollywood, attended the Minis- School PTA and the Opa- thy Miller, custodian; Patricia
r ters and Deacons' Union of Atlantic Algood, Sgt. at arms; Portia L.
locka Health Club will presenta
Coast Association at West Sands, Mary B. Edwards Elise LoisForeman
... Palm Beach last weekend. Mrs. Miss Body Beautiful and a Mr.
South Florida Physique Contest It. Reed, Jacquelyn II. rosby, s
Clark is president of women'sdeportment
F. Clarke
Gwendolyn Constance -
1. at the North Dade auditorium
Tuesday, Oct. 30, at 8:15: p.m. Williams Irene E. Williams -
1 This affair offers an oppor Eleanor J. Cole, Victoria
"4 Mr. and Mrs. James Simmons tunity to everyone in and IIJ. Simpson.
announce the birth of their 0- around the South Florida area Alice Jones Hawkins, Iris
lb. 3oz. daughter, born Saturr to compete for the titles of Miss Williams: Juanita A. Lane, John
o "". Simmonsis nie A. Edwards, Helen J, Davis, ir
day morning, 6:15.: Mrs. Body Beautiful and Mr. South _
and Mr Lona Simmons, Andrea Lewis: ,
the daughter of Mr. ) Florida Physique. Contestants '
Leslie Strachan of 6637 SW will use their beauty or their Valencia J. Williams, Lucy Mc. Sweet Singing -

20th St.. muscles to compete for the Phaul, Harriet Shootes, JuanitaM
titles. Stirrup, Roscmarle S. Anderson Vocalist

Freeway Handicap League Clubs and organizations arc Gussie J. Ervin, MargareeOrr a.S .
bowls every Thursday at 9 p.m. nvited to sponsor contestants.This Raiford, Ida S. Cash, Rosetta A M
1.- Fans, come out to Dunche Lanes U particularly true of Bush, Josephine S. Peltier Do-
rctha E. Alice L. Pitt-
and see your favorite team. Payne
ladies who feel that they
Bunche Park Drugs will bowl can young qualify man, Helen W, Jackson, Loraine Hear her sing your

Bunche Shoe Parlor Clover All desirlous of Sawyer Dorothy S. Sawyer,
$: Leaf will bowl against the In. persons can contact Opa-locka participating Ethel erGuson, Doreen Young, favorite
Bowe's Barber Fox, Francina Ross Fan- lonl'You'll
terstate Insurance. Hetty ,
Health CluU, MU 1-3G67, or by
Shop will bowl against Bradford nie D. Thurston, Genevieve
1995 NW 152nd St.
Cleaners on Thursday, Oct. visiting at Lockhart and Albertha Caldwell love herPlus
Deadline for all is Oct.
11 at 9 p.m.Lanler who served as toast mis-
21 I, so that all contestants will tress.

.'" appear on the program. .. _ .
School In -
Junior High Persons_ who attend this pro- an All-Star Show
Hallandale will offer courses for gram will be awed by the contestants If you are looking to buy a
4\\, ,I. community adults this semester. and amazed by the "
Registration will begin Monday, demonstrations of the physical house with a small down FEATURING

.. Oct. 8 and continue until Thursday feats accomplished by the stu. payment See us first 4 4
Oct. 11. Interested persons dents of Physicul Culture. JOYA LANE
.r, should report to the HbYary any
r" evening during the hours of 7 For Rent
( and 9 p.m. ,
)h The following courses will be MOTEL Beautiful 2 bedroom, furnished Admission' :-Fri. and Sun. $1.50
11 offered: Basic Education, clcI' apartment Large ,

,mentary subjects; high school (fully furnished) rooms, ready to move in. 1- Saturday $1.75

courses, required for a dichoraf Hotel license bedroom, furnished) houie.
sewing music bookkeeping 5311 NW 30th PLACE $15 a week including elec. TABLES FREE

Call L. O. Carey tric and water.
f Additional courses may be :;::. =
sufficient number of 371-3622 i.
I.t added if a
requests are received. Be safe not sorry COMING! COMING!

: For Rent REPOSSESSEDBeds mobile We can liability finance your insuranceon auto. ,4 1 PIANO (Dr. Feel Good) RED

.,. .................. $10 up small monthly payments.D. AND THE INTERNS

'I 2 bedroom cottage Refrigerators .......... $20 up I ..w
Next Week October 12 13 14
f.d Next to school TV Sets ........, ..... $40 up Goodman & Sons .. .:.. "

Free utilities Dinette Sets ..... ..... $20 up .I REAL ESTATE Little Eva Oct. 19 20 21

$23 a week Chests, dressers, tables, etc.
': Key next door

,' 7648 NW 17th PI- tALLIED FURNITURE 2688 NW 62nd St. RAY CHARLES SAT.,. OCT. 27

1334 N.W. 54th St.

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N EVE R. CLOSED Prices Good thru October 6tfc, Welter's AG Store Only
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Chitterlings $1.89GEORGIA Hen Turkeys Ib29u

Fryers Ib Z50 White Bacon Ib 35fi

Ground Beef Ib 390 Neck Bones Ib 150


Franks Ib 390 S Smoked Sausage 2 690 POUNDS

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Cabbage lb 70 Sugar 51bs 27 4 I Frozen FRESHBiscuits& Dairy

Yams 3 Ibs. 29 (Wit $5.00 Order or More) I ; 3-250
10 POUNDS Cream Corn 6 for $!a.00 j jI I Morton Pies 29
I .
Potatoes 390 '.1 ,
Heinz Soup 2 for 35CNO. < I Birds Eye Beef, Chicken,Turkey
NO ;
H Rice 29 1 HEINZ Poi Pies! 190
Vegetable Soup 2 for 27C ," 6 oz. PARKEN
NORTHERN TOILET 4 FOR Lemonade'and Limeade
_:i Tissue 290 HeffmaiTs Qt 49$ 5 for 49*
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Payroll Times & oDen 24. Nnl" A Day.
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or Apple Jelly 29 Peaches 3 for 79c

303,LIBBY :
McCORMICK Fruit Cocktail 3 for 690
Black Pepper 4 oz. 35
303 LIBBYSweet
Kosher Dills 48 oz. 45 F SHURFRESH NATIONAL $1.00 r

Grapefruit Juice 46 oz. iw
; 4 for 49 Sun Glo Bleach Gal. 39


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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA ,': ;. _' to .. ...-....-..-_.-.. ...... I of God's leadership on earth.

SATURDAY, OCTOBERS, 1962 PAGE 7 Phil Ossofer Says e "The clergy were silent."
Were the apostles of Jesus silent '

..-.-..--.-.-.-..-.---..-- in the face of great dangers: ,
::Y r. rrA SY.'r rrNr. Srly when speaking up meant death?
"The clergy were silent" No, they were servants pf GoI,
Ralph AIcGfll, noted Atlanta not appeasers of men
newspaperman, Is writing about
the Mississippi story an ugly Jesus said, 'He that 1st not
; story of man s inhumanity to with me is against me." (Matt.
tiV ..Y ..A':. man. He states, "The story in 12:30.: ) He who falls to speak up
e r..t Mississippi Illustrates one of for Justice and truth who remaIns
the major and unnecessary silent when his brotheris
tragedies of the Deep South being persecuted is surely of
states. They have had no leader the lost.

ship that would prepare: them Is not this silence of the clergy .
for inevitable
change'It an affront to God and Christ

.-.........-.-.-.-.-...,,-. ......ti.. ...............-...-...-..-...-...-......,,......'.'......................'.-.....-.-.-.-.........................-- "r Is my contention that real
.rTfri ; leadership belongs to religion
By ALBERT W. COOKE with its spiritual influence LEGAL NOTICE

LORD HOW GREAT THOU Yes but Isn't everything thatis which should raise man, (politicians NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
ART being done to keep us down included) to live on a NAME LAW
likewise very high plane. Instead,
ridiculous How
Lord how great thou art. The It Is apparent, in Mississippi at Notice is hereby given that
world is full great thou art, Lord Cou.:ln.
of wonderful
least that the
churchgoing pol the undersigned desiring to engage
things, it's true, but they iticians are influencing the clergy in business under the fictitious
wouldn't have much meaning 250 Urgent QuestionsOn who should be the symbol name of MODERNISTIC
you.Because BEAUTY SALON 820 N.W. 3rd

my Cousin made Fashion and t k Ave., Miami, Fla., Intends to
strides toward that which Is His anza over taffeta. The em register the said name with
right, a state in an uproar. Beauty broidered flowers are accented the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof
Pandora has been turned loose with sequins and pink pearls. Dade County, Fla..
and Mississippi can be spelled. ,If there's one thing a fashion Puffed net sleeves and soft Elmira Fannln, owner
PANDEMONIUM. Why? and beauty magazine gets a lot front pleating complete this Oct. 0, 13, 20, :l7Dugie'a
of, it's questions about fashion design by Philippine Handi
Throughout the world men and beauty especially at this? crafts.
are writing, talking and making time of the year. ; pow awe u, ,
speeches about it all. The peopleare To know the now of fashion Ci 4aYY Ebony Fashion Fair PrevueNo. Guest HouseThe
acting. The people are wait says Glamour magazine d$4 :' a 2 says ditto to all the ex
ing for or searching for answers everyone needs to ask otic ideas advanced on page 5. house of clean rooms
-solutions. : Fashions questlonS'j' I It all boils down to a refresh.
change, so Open 24 hours N E 4-3851
Ing change of fashion emphasis
answers. To keep means to
Our case is before the world up fashion conscious Miami
for -
keep asking, "What's new? Seeing is BelievingSee
symbolized in a man as thou What's pretty? What looks best women (and men, too).
stood for
once us before Pontius *
Pilate. Like Pilate found of on me? See you next week with more us for clean rooms
Glamour's readers do In
Fashion Fair Prevues.
you no fault. The world find
hundreds of daily letters. Glamour Jamaica Dugie, always a
In this
man. Like you, he. takes these questions seri See Oct. 21 for
you every
Is still made to suffer. tony; Fashion Fair model) friend
ously and devotes part of every I'' otic minute of Ebony,Fashion

Mississippi Governor asked Issue to answering them. Martha Lebour. in an elegant Fair'with an Oriental/Flair'' fo 2941 NW 47th St., Miami
you to have mercy on President This month, the whole Issue 1 Ii bouffant gown of pink silk or- 10G21! { INDK

Kennedy's. soul.-. In_n -so- doing .h.-'I I devoted to answering such ,_ ..__ ---- .- -_.. -_-. -- ---- ..
proved one thing even MIssissippi questions! 250 of the most! -nsk- .
recognizes you God. ed questions) are answered in ,...
How great thou art! the Issue: photographs, sketches
and full-bodied advice, with
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I' Candidates Local High Schools '

RADNOR, Pa Eight Negro Duke. Dave Robinson, huge Penn Win TwoThe
players from seven colleges I State end from Moorestown, Drop Three
were among 47 gridiron stars Iowa contributed a high of N.J., who was picked to shrug
named 1962' All-America favor. two players, Capt. Larry Ferguon off 1061 Injuries and make a
r ites today by the American ; breakaway halfback from strong bid for football immortality five high schools in Dade the local teams will be as follows -
Football Coaches AssociationThe Madison, Ill., and elusive end I this season. dropped a total of three football :
II Cloyd Webb of East St. Louis, games and won two during the The Tornadoes will travel to
blue-ribbon list was an 11. Penn State, Minnesota, Bob Bell of Shelby, N. C. past weekend. The rundown was Tampa where they will take on
; nounced in the current issue Washington, Southern California speedster tackle for Rose Bowlwinner as' follows: Howard Blake on Friday night,
(Sept 22)) of TV Guide maga Syracuse and New Mexico Minnesota. Thursday night at Miami Oct. 5.
zine by Bill Murray, association State had one each. Charlie Mitchell, Washington'sscat Stadium, the Booker T. Washington At the same time the North
president and head coach at halfback from Seattle who Tornadoes dropped their western Bulls will take on the
I The coaches association, gained 529 total.offense yards in second game of the current sea Mays Rams at Miami Stadium.
which membership of
a 1061 son to Matthew Gilbert of Jacksonville Game time is 8:15: p.m.
than 500 will pick the
FNIMC ALUMNITO by a score of 196. And on Saturday night the
73rd annual All America, originated
J Ben Wilson, bulky: fullback Friday night in Ft. Lauder. Carver Hornets will do Wattle
S by Walter Camp, after
from Houston, Tex., who was dale the Dillard Panthers defeated with the North Dade Thunderbirds -
RETURN viewing films of 1962 games
the workhorse of Southern Californla's
the Carver Hornets 196 at Miami Stadium Game
I The selection will be announcedin attack last
r the Dec. 1 issue of TV Gu'de.'! running Also on Friday night in Tam. time, 8:15: p.m.Football.
\ FOOTBALL The first team will appear ot season. pa the Middleton Tigers handea
the Ed Sullivan Show Sunday, John Mackey of Freeport, N. the Northwestern Bulls their ScoresFla
ST. AUGUSTINE National Dec. 2. Y., speedster end, who sec a first defeat of the season 24-13.
Alumni Association of Florida Syracuse record in 1061 with The Mays Rams took the mea
Normal and Industrial Memo Ferguson was side-lined will: 321 yards on pass reception. ;ure of Lincoln High of Riviera ASM 60 Benedict 0
rial College had completed plansto a twisted knee in 1901 but hat. Beach 130 Friday at Riviera. S. C. Area Trade 8 Morris G
James (Preacher) Pilot of Va. Union 27 J C. Smith 8
in orderto rushing iii9oO.
launch a campaign a 7.3 yard average
And on Saturday night t h e
Mexico Allen 10 S. C. State 0
Klngsvllle. Tex., New
raise sufficient funds to re Webb is a fleet wingman North Dade Tunderblrds edgedthe )
halfback whose 138 points N.C. A&T 61 Shaw 7
turn intercollegiate football at who snared 25 passes for 42t( State of Lincoln Park
the institution by 1963. yards and four touchdowns as I and 1,278 yards set national Va. State 19 Howard 0
sophomore last season. scoring and groundgainingpaces Academy of Ft. Pierce 70. Fisk 14 Tuskegce 0
This special release was made in 1961, his sophomore THIS WEEK'S ACTIONS Grambling 14 Southern U. 3
this week by John L. Jackson,, The other six players are. year. This week's action by all of Lincoln Mo.) 28 St. Mary's 6
executive secretary and Oti:
W. Knowles, president of th ,
alumni association who also u
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velopment Committee has ai
reauy been formed and is h "
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"Tougher offensively than
Texas Christian."
I That's the way University of world
Miami Assistant Head Coacn
Walter Kichefskl rated Floiida
State University, which comes
nere Friday night to face the
of leisure
Hurricanes in the Orange llowl.I .
I both teams will go aito the ;
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'I game undefeated. ,, r'
"Florida State is more dan .' ,
gerous than 1CU because it cant '" Satisfy your leisure thirst
uo more things' Kichefski said. 'If,1. ; '
The Hurricane coach calls iAi. "I' :t iii'lr!J' : with Old Milwaukee, the one beer< .

die Feely one of the moat;)\ dangerous brewed with a special lightness 1 r

quarterbacks Miami will. that never sacrifices flavor. '' I ,
lace this year. I
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trous quarterback j Michael _
said "He's equally brilliant usa I
runner and passer. I
bo tar Florida Stat, In three c:4rTiri':

ball games, has rolled up an

amazing 1,208 yards running and I .. '. .
passing. The team has scored 91 t (+4 '1"! rrrWtr :AL; .1tnw / \ $I'},

points in three games es I / L
against 93 all 'of last season. ,I :;* w
Mira will go into tht game
with 454, amazing hing-pass-- 1 cwt
ing yards. He's also Miami I 7
rushing leader. Mira has ,rushed'for I $ b ; ft. Jt f
1& yards (Go average per
rush) and has passed for J28.!:!
He has passed for 1,?28 yards

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ildcats Clam Rams 43.0 sent The I

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Daytona Beach The excit- At the end of the third quarter -
Bcthune-Cookman College B-CC 31, Albany state 0. the
|ildcats defeated the Golden: and out dur--
Early In the fourth period, af direct
Jams of State fey early ev
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lore of 43-0 before a happy Theron an exchange of first downs, San :
Carmichael I
Intercepted I
metown crowd In Memorial '
an Albany pass on the one yard J. R.
tadium. In the first
quarter line and ran 99 yards for the
obby Frazier threw a pass to touchdown. Capitol
Simmons, good for 15 that { other
arils and the touchdown. John Again: with 37 seconds left In fight form a
kicked the extra point the ball to con-
mmons game, Caraalchael, on
iving B-CC 7 point. With 39 a pass play from Bobby Frazler Ritz NW 36th
feconds left In the first period, ran 30 yards for the touchdown are Pin-Land
aRonnie Adams went 20 yardsr In for high praise by Coach Cy $3.50 the cour
the touchdown. On the first Jack McClalren were tackles will be
lay of the second period Ther- Charlie Johnson, John Ammonsand the Mr. 15
n Carmichael received a pass Rudolph Barber:! Johnny
from Bobby Frazier and ran 68 Douglas and Eugene Leach at trons
ards for the touchdown. On a guard and Robert Upshaw: End telecast to all
raw play, with 2 minutes leftn Robert Dozier at center wel'Csome clearly last Sun-
the half} Ernest Harvin ran of the outstanding linesmen scene of bowl-
15 yards for the touchdown. .' Eugene ::Citoo-Choo" Bowling
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-CC 25 Albany State 0. was responsible for 57 yards < at

With one minute left In the gained rushing In four plays. ,'"'.",;,'\ :I I at
third period, Elipah Gibson, a The Wildcats will meet the bac k to
reshman from Panama ty on Tigers of Benedict College, Sat. I'I t I again
his firstplay In college ball, ran urday, Oct. 13 in the Gator Bowlat ,,
oo j) yards for the touchdown. Jacksonville ," ,

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I A Monday night 3-man team
league is forming. Come on in &: : health
Bunche Lanes and Join some of these teams.
The Uuwllng's fine for you, and I
you don't want to be left out. ,L

NewsFor Ladles and gentlemen, we invite \.
you In to spectate. You can .
have lots of fun watching'' the of Rup
oowlers. Be our guest Varicose
your greater bowling
pleasure Bunche Lanes supply
| their leagues, teams and bowl.. Attention all bowlers even
I of
ers with Brunswick Score King hough the Winter League sea. 8.0104
Pins. jon has started we always have Tex. :
lanes available for open play. United
Hall the "King of the Hill JJrab your ball, bag and shoes ,
Tournament" which started and play as long as you choose The :
Saturday and crowned Freddie at fabulous Bunche Lanes. ate of
Mason, the first King. All men ?
are invited to participate. Cash
prizes are given. You qualify on Junior League averages arc and credit if
J Friday and Saturday and play going up, up. High scores made some AROUND't"j I City or
off on Saturday night. For further Beast Saturday morning were what Free
Information call 6241433. made by Donald Harvey, Clarence might
You too can be King of the Hill. Smith, Rose Mary Dorsett self. If
and Michael Mothers
eGo Peppy. waiting .

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go Traveling i -i-----*- **- -i.ii.i-- -sVI- *'
These :
League. teams are to b<*
commended for their very I fine
display of good bowling and Jackson's
sportsmanship. Many friends
and well wishers follow these
teams to Sunrise Pinland, MI OFFERS
Club and Bunche Lane. The -- ,
league plays Bunche Lanes
The best in
Sunday, Oct. 14 at 5 p.m. sharpe -
Lest you forget, visit our cock. The finest primary
tail lounge. May I mention
that alcoholic beverages are not Registration and Inspection
allowed on the Jane so to enjoy
yourself before and_ after
your game. Visit the lounge. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Teenagers, a special league Is $7;
being formed for you. All teen
agers Interested In joining a Hot Lunches Insured I
team call Blanche Calloway
PL 9-6383. We have several TRAINED
openings in the mixed doubles
league that meets Friday Why settle for less -, your child
nights. Any men or women interested -
call 6241435. 3038 NW 48th Terrace

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Z2., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1962M DEATHS 1. ,Services will be conducted in HERBERT L. JEFFERSON
the' chapel Saturday at 2 p.m., 1141.A NW 5th ave., died Oct.

.,.L- Rey. Emory Jacksonofftclating, 1. His survivors rohls; wife and
She resided! t,1724Q SW 101st other relaU"'es. Funeral services

.. MEMORIALS Albert Place, Perrin, and is survived will be held In the chapel on
y' 1 ;by her husband, two sons, one Oct. 0 at 2 p.m with Hev. Emory .

VINCENT A. BURROWS daughter, mother pf. Bishop, Ga Jackson officiating
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1812 NW 68th St.'died udc.ten.ly ,.lh.d a sister_ MAlty GARRISON

: IN MEMORIAM Iff MEMORIAM at the 'Elks Home Sept., 2q oo 142 NW 13th St., died Oct. 4
His survivors include three PERRY D. FORT She came from Newark, N.J, to
In sad but loving memory of In loving memory of our dear daughters, Mesdames' 'Mllrgie I ,
13.>ear-6fd son of Mr and visit her family and was resid.
my dear .father, mother, Mann, Beatrice Hill and Barbara !Mrs. Mopes Ellls 'of 2400' NW156th lhg with her sister, Mrs. TUlie
.. 1.2R. ARCHIE B. PERRY ----- Jean Nesbitt, a'son Walter, three
; : 'r-"t 8t" Op'.locka and student ,Allen owner and operator of
who passed to the great beyond brothers, a sister, 18 grandchild. l.1t Drownsv1l1e Jr.' High School flue' Beauty Shop Other surrivors .
September 27, 19GO. rent Services were 'conductedOct. was a drowning victim Oct. 1. include a daughter, Mrs.
It's" hard,to break the tender 4, 3 p.m in the chapel with ,Besides his mother and'' stepfather Ethel McDonald, a grand daugh.I.tr .
cord; : Fr. EUsha Clark Jr?; officiating. 'he is' also survived' by'' six Vivian Garrison, sisters,
f When, love has bound the CAIL1E dsters, 'a brother, a grandfather Irene Carter and Mahalie Garrion .
heart; H "3 JOHN 'I. md grandmother and two aunts. '; three brothers, Samuel D.,
Its hard to speak the word, 328 NW 22nd St, died Sept 29. :Services will 'be' conducted Sat.Jrday J'&hn and Willie Frank Garrison
we must forever part. Services will be held Saturday, at 11 'a.m., in the chapel 3crvlces will be held on Satur.
Mrs. Mildred Williams, I '- :" -1 pm in the chapel He is survived day, Oct 6, 10 am at the chapel
daughter P. I Ie. by his widow, two daugh- .. C 1th Rev. Edward T. Graham,
And Family ; t trs, father and mother, a sister M1tS. SUSiE A. NIXON .astor of Mt. Zion Baptist
I)'1. j and ten brothers. He will be on Pioneer citizen, died Oct. 1. Church, officiating
I IN MEMORIAM I :: :" view in the chapel from Friday SurvIvors are a son, Booker W.;
afternoon. two brothers, a grandson, Bel'.1ard LOUIS 1'ENN238y
': In loving memory of Nixon with whom she liv NW 8th St was dead on
MRS. ESTHER (Hanna) I :d at 2235 NW 166th St., Opa- arrival at Jackson Hospital Oct.

t, SHARPE I CARD OF THANKS .ocka as well as many others. l. He is survived by his wife,
who departed this life October :l= t .f Services will be conducted at Annie Lee, three daughters,
; 7, 1961. The family of the late, First Baptist Church, Rev. W. J. Mrs. Mary Stevenson, Oralee and
Still leaves our hearts bleed1ng'you I' _, DANIEL JOHNSON :,lacon, pastor. The date and Carolyn: one son Louis Jr., a

t hearts, until will the always end of 1Je time.In our We .' 6 better known as "Butch" who hour to be anounced. ,aster, Hattie and a brother Joe.

loved you but God loved you '.( .'. departed this life August 31, Services will be held Saturday,
t 1'1:'" wish to thank and express their Oct. G at 4 p.m from the chapel

best.Rev.. Percy J. Sharpe, sincere appreciation to their Tanga with Rev Emory Jackson offi
husband MRS ELENORE F. STUART ,many friends and members for ? elating.

Carolyn E. Sharpe, daughter '/ho departed this life on Octo.I flowers, cards and food and all ..h..h.h..h.h.h..h_...._..,_...._..,._. ..I.II
Michelle Y. Sharpe, Dght. 9, 1960. other kind gestures of sympathy
Eva J. Sharpe, tay God, my father shown during our hour of be. .gyp CHURCH
mother.in.law Vhile I stray reavement.Our NEWS
I I Ceva Davis, aunt I'ar from my home special thanks to Rev.
Theodore Roddy, assistant -
n llfe's rough way pastor
J' teach heart to of St., James AME Church, 'i
IN MEMORIAM me from my
say,. and Range Funeral Home. God Bethany SDA to

t In sad but loving memory of rhy will be done must have loved' him very much Present Recital
our dear husband and father, Gone, but not forgotten md we have loved him too.
a Left to mourn, We know how many helpful l ?i Bethany Seventh Day Ad.
Mrs A. things his kind hands found to 1n' ventist Church will present a
Mary Tync I. Variety Recital Sunday, Oct. 14,
and do. But till we reach that happy -
Daughter family place where griefs are all I at 4:30: p.m at 5001 NW 25th

consoled we'll never know the AVe.The
joy he's found the recital will feature Misses
I IN r MEMORIAM I et's goal beyond sun-_ Joyce Ellison and Rotkrta Davis .
ages 13 and 14, accompan-
In loving memory of The Family :d In connection with the Bethany .
MRS LORENE E. WALSTINE Beatrice Johnson, wife SDA Church
building fund.
who departed this life Septem. Florence Ferguson, director North Dade high
er 29, 1001. daughter .
r x' ,+ Also appearing on the program
r41tw May she rest -in peace. Ernestine Valdez, daughter. will be other talented un.
Still leaves many hearts Ju1ius' King, son for artists.
'5leeding. We love her but God Bessie Davis, sister This program is being present
,aves her best. Herbert E. Johnson, Bro. In connection with the Bethany
I The 'family' and friends Elizabeth Romer, sister SDA Church building fund.
I ALBERT NELSON I Donations 50 cents.

CARD OF THANKS 210 NW 21st St., apt. 16 died I
CARD OF THAtJKS Sept 28. He has lived In Miami Woman's Day at

R The family of the late The family of the late, or a number of years and was
BROTHER HENRY EDWARD m active deacon of Mt. Calvary Ebenezer Church
DapUst Church He Is survived i
.GREEN Sunday, October 14, will be
I, better known as Jake, who waylaid IY his widow, Arlenear, a Woman's Day at Ebenezer
to rest on September. 28, In af laughter, Mrs. Maner Parri Methodist Church. The theme
,-- Clearwater, wish to thank our more, a brother. James, a for the day will be "The Response -
neighbors and friends, for their grandson. of Women to Christ's
THEODORE ROOSEVELT... kindness shown SS Marching Orders."
'CARNEGAY' I during our recent lie will lie in repose In the

who departed this life October thanks hours for flowers of bereavement, cards, telegrams hapel bglnning at 2 pm on ,
"l'iday where Masonic rites
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and all other kind gestures -
We loved conducted at 8 p.m Services J
; you. of sympathy. 0Xr Jf
I Another soldier gone, Special thanks to the Range wlll be held on Saturday, Oct. f
To get a great reward Funeral Home. May God bless 1 R J at 2 p.m at Mt. Calvary Baptist c
He fought the fight, all of you Church with Rev E. M. ; t
And kept the faith The Family Thomas officiating. ; ,
And now gone home to God \IRS. IDA DELL McWHORTER l
a You are greatly missed by, c
Clarice Carnegay, wife IN MEMORIAM '! 3320 NW 53rd St., died Sept. c
' Barbara, Jean Carnegay, iG, after a short lllness. She Is
\ daughter Our beloved husband and father survived by her husband J. T.,
Ernest Carnegay Ion died October 2. 1956. i daughter, Mrs. Vera Lee

: And the carurgay Family' .' N,, a'--,, _.. ,J'ountain, four sons, John lien'y 6
Eddie Lee Arthur
and Rob- k
; i' ; !rt. Funeral services were held 2C

: ::: IN MEMORIAM Thursday, Oct. 4 at 1 p.m In
he chapel. The body was shipped -
I In memory of, MRS. ALBERTA TYLER to her home In Century, 1I
Fla for final
who passed Septemler 4
away ,
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who rest October
passed to
and was laid to rest on Septem r t
4, 1961. her 8, 1062, take this method of
Sleep on and take your rest, expressing Its thanks and MRS. FLORENCE COOPER t
t We loved you and miss you so, predation to the many friends, 6859 NW 17th Ave., died at /
.;,. kk i But God loves you best, who were so kind during its home Saturday, Sept. 29. She a"1"
I *I Mother, father, sisters hours of bereavement. Thanks will be on view In the chapel Mrs. Myrtle McLeod Davis S
1 and brothers i. for your cards, lettersi telegrams 1 p.rn. Friday. Services will be will deliver the morning mes- t
1 Grandparents and flowers, other conducted Saturday 9 a.m. nt sage. Mrs. Davis is past presi.
Uncles and aunts and kind gestures of sympathy Holy Redeemer Catholic Church. dent of the Fla State Assoch.Uon y
v other relatives Special thanks to Rev T. John' of Colored Women's Club

son and members St: John immediate past chairman of the
I In Appreciation Baptist Church, the wonderful PJIILLIP BROWN executive board of the same
neighbors, and the Francis Fun' 4016 SW 24th St., West 1I011y- club and an inactive instructor 1
We, the family of the late, eral Home. Again thanks to wood, died at his home on Oct. in the public school system of
MILDRED SAUNDERS everyone for everything. Your 4. lie Is survived by his wife, Dade County
h ALLEN kindness shall never be forgot. I Alma, three daughters, Mrs.Franchie At the evening services a skit 2G
t deeply appreciate the thought. ,':' I :: Deshazior, Mrs. Bea. will be presented. The skit is
t ful expressions of sympathy ,) \# ten.The Franklin, Robinson, trice Johnson and Mrs. Dorothy entitled "A Salute to the Women -
} ::" from the beautiful flowers, telef >i ; '.,' Lang, and Carr Families Gunter, two sons, Walter and who Responded" to Christ's
f t" cards and kind thoughtsextended Phillip F OJ 12 grand children, 0 Marching Orders, and Is dedi tIS
', from our many friends brothers and 2 sisters. women of the
;: which was the greatest comfort "When the day of toil' is done, CARD OF THANKS women of the church. In keeping -
I'' ,I to us In our sorrow, When the race of Ute in run, Funeral arrangements are with the theme of the day, S
;,r\ We extend special thanks to Father, grant thy wearied one The family of the late incomplete. It was written specifically to
{, Father John Culmer vicar of Rest for.evermore." DEACON WILL WHITE give recognition to the women
? St. Agnes Episcopal Church, Clara Ferguson, wife who died August 10, 1002 wishes who served as captaIns. ParticIpants r
: J. v t' Father Sands, Mrs. Julia Clarke Genevieve Donaldson, to thank Its many friends and )(R8. DAISY THOMAS narrator are: Mrs. Maedon S. Bullard. -

J' and to .the. Dade County More Jacquelyn Ferguson neighbors for expressions of 1278 NW 68th St., died Oct. 4 'garet. Flowers;, Louise Mesdames Mar.
I ,, .:' j; Uclans Association for the cotir Ida Mae Martin sympathy shown during Its at 9:30: am. She Is survived by a Rose Dean. Mary Strachan
;,} .;'i f '..;. .teous and efficient services ren daughters hours of bereavement., I sister, Mrs. Edna Tom and two :PaulIne Thompson Montgomery Clara ,
dered. Six grandchildren Mrs. Marina White and t1rothers. Arrangements Incom. t:Smith with Mrs. Grace Albert
jl" The FamIlY One great grand Family plete. J presiding.



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shower, large kitchen, porch. I
ClassifiedFOR Drive bWool NW 42nd St. 2- Garage,.'wr..m&ibJ.ng' machine, SATURDAY, OCTOBER, 6, 1962' PAGE. 13
stove, mrTg&ratoT. Close to '
bedroom CBS -
total 10000. Only. school-.and bus. 1268 NW 45th to be trained in.
$400 ,
month pays all. WANTEDTO
Large kitchen St. Iy'pv: {ner. structor. Must have 2'years.coHJege.pt :
tile bath tile
REND roof, fenced, back yard A,' BenKorl RENT 2 bedroom..furnished I \ I
Realtor,' 244 NW 62nd St. NO b'AntFYING'SI9'&oo'Uook: duplex or home till PR 1.7223 amluafMr Pghe,48llt".St. !
LOOM HOUSE, unfurnished Nites PL 0-5533. Dar$ OX 1-9372. at this! "Custom CBS" $800 cash after 6 p.m. MU 8-!635. Ask for Robtrt Frjrmus. -
I) weekly. E. Picard Rental (or less) $50 week 3-bedroom, 3 + .,
ency, 5G9 NW 8th St. Phone bath, 25' tile Fla. room. Dig livIng
'Sunday 2 to 0.; 4335
r ,'
room, dining room, deluxe
t 72902. ; 8th lot. ave.Complete, 2 bedroom CBS, corner kitchen, separate laundry room, Open, Sunday 12 '- 6 P.m--
: fence, Florida :ample' closets and Air- ,
[DOOM Cottages, water furnish. room, storage. '-t ,. .
air > \II
$10 week. 669 NW 8th ,8t.t sprinkler cooled and oil heat with thermo
system. Total $12,000. :stat. 100x100' lot with basement.
7.2902. 920 N.W. ,
76th Street
I w, Only $400 down, $76 month pays Ideal:for large family or 2 fami ,, ,''lr..
E. PIOARD Til. No closing costs. A. Ben-Kor1, lies., 1350 'NW 45th St.OR ". ,;'. 0\ "I.r... ''
Rental Agency Realtor, 2644 NW 62nd St. Niter I .....o...... J
PL 95533. {
Days QX 19372. s "r
Rental collections LE
; property OR RENT

|state 6 NW 42nd St..Open Sunday SPACIOUS HOME for lease with Attractive 3-Bedroom Home// ;{f' '
3 to 6. This is A. real beauty option to lAiy or rent, 3 bed
rooms, reasonably priced. Call '
BURNISHED efficiencies, utilities bedroom CBS, Florida room. 2 NE 5-1773 for appointment. Fla. room, garage, furnished "
eluded, $12.50 a week. 620 N.Wh nr conditioners garage, sprinker -
St. FR 72902. system, beautiful grounds $12,200 $72 Month
I'T Total $12,900$83 month -
BEDROOM APT. $15 a week ,n. A. Ben-Koxi i, Realtor 2044 NW CITY OF MIAMI CIVIL $1,000 DOWN
dults only Opa-locka, MU 32nd St. Nltes PL 95533. Days SERVICE
17001. OX 19372. Competitive Exams for:
POOL MANAGER. $339, age 21-
\ 34. Dade resident
HIS IS A VERY LARGE nice Total only $8,950. $300 down High school one
ouse Partly furnished 3-bed. 'nd monthly payment of only year.
G months
Lom. $20 a week. NE 40762. S78. Why pay more? Drive by experience as
Life Guard. Full time
[151 NW 56th St. ''ute 935,NW home.47th Air Terr conditioned and see, this car- Guard for work education may,experienceLife be substituted for To All Bowlers !

'()rte, big lot with year
JuRNISHED ROOM. Nice, play house year; maximum substitution
(lean cool, quiet home, also for your kids. A Ben-Kori, Real years. Senior Red Cross LifeSaving 21 I
leated. Suitable for 1 or 2 per tor 2644 NW 62nd St. Nite PL Certificate required;
|ons Privileges. Phone 634- 1-5533. Days OX 19372. Dade County Swimming Pool FABULOUS BUNCHE LANES

1311 I 1786 NW 47th Terr. Operator Certificate desired at
3-BEDROOM CBS. Drive by 1411 time of application. Apply before .
BEAUTIFUL{ Furnished room. W 43rd St. Hardwood floors, October 20. 2282 Bunche Park West Drive'

Private entrance, private bath, Mosed garage. Walk to Manor Veterans bring photostat of
I,all to wall carpet, front and lark and school.. A, Ben-Kori, discharge. Only U. S. citizens OPA-LOCKA
lack door. Very big closet. 1859 lealtor, 2614 NW 62nd St. Nites apply In person 3318 Pan American .
NW 60th St. PL 95533. Days OX 1-9372 I Drive, Dinner Key

.....w'.N-'I'-_..._IT_,....,.._..._. ow ow ._.-_-__J. _"_-1.44_.---- _... -- Extends An Open ChallengeFor
ROOM for man only. 1081 NW
Mst; St. Call after 4 p.m. PL I
Singles Doubles Or


'"urnlshed or partly furnished
-bedroom apt.. ,furnished. NEW CLINICAt Team Matches
iAdults will take 1 child
upo ...
N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone 374-1419 t.
three years. MU 1-0325, 729 .. :,
NW 55th Terr.EFFICIENCY.. General Practice X-Ray For Further Information t.,

Partly furnished, Physical Therapy. Weight Reduction ObstetricsOpen 1 ),

free water and PL 40326. CALL 6244433
Call after 5.BEAUTIFUL. gas. dally 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday 10 a.m. to 12 noon ,

1 ,

furnished apt. ,"' f',

Large rooms, quiet, shady yard, 1_ -; :.'_\ ...;...
all conveniences, including
washing machine. No children. FAMILY CLINIC I FINEST SELECTION IN MIAMILOVELY 10'1' ,

1323 NW 58th Terr. 905 N.W. 2nd Ave. 750 N.W. 22nd Ave.

with yard and porch, reasonable. FR' 5-5760 606-3901 ".
Call OX 12426.UNFURNISHED. NEW LOW FEES in the card and treatment 01
Chronic female or mate' glaiidiilaY' disorders LOW, LOW DOWN PAYMENTS '
t W o bedroom EZ Term I Less than rent
d\lpl ldx. Quiet neighborhood. ALSO EQUIPPED POll X-fcAY, PHYSIOTHERAPY AND
Adults preferred. 1101 NW 77th GENERAL DISORDERS 1355 NW 44th StreetCBS
St. PL 92696.
Specializing In weight reduction by injection' method hardwood floor Corner, Manor Park area.. .,$350"
ONE BOOM couple $14 I down. $63 per month.
week. 826 NW 56th St. Phone .

754-6748. 1364 NW 44th Street ,

LOVELY HOUSE for high class HOUSE FOR SALE $350 down.' No,doting'costs'buys the;loveliest houae

family. $25 per week. Also effi [in Manor Park. Gorgeous Interior, 2 Florida rooms.4322'NW .
ciency for person $15. NE Deluxe large 2-bedroom, 2-bath home, fenced

,5-55G&.. yard, on double lot with rental unit, air-conditioned, t, 0 11th Court, ,.. ''
furnished 3-bus lines near 4 schools
sprinklers ,
SHARE my home with |Huge 3 bedroom, 2 Fla. room, carporte, fireplace, .
couple or for single rent. person Hot and In cold exchange PRICE $22,500 $2,500 DOWN I hardwood!) floor, tile roof on l/a ,lota. $450 down.,

water, Apply at 2986 NW 45th Monthly payments $133 Income on unit $75 |$84 per ,month*
St t33-()&13. ,
Any day except Your cost per month $58 :

Saturday. NE 5.7748 745 NW',46th Street i iiBraiid ,

2-BEDROOM 3420 N.W. 10th Avenue Move in 3 bedrooms 2 baths
DUPLEX, a n'd new., rihgt ,
efficiency, Just finished (new) i Fla. room. We are building this model on other lots.
2170 NW 66th St. Call J. A. Taylor :
OX 62616. [Make your choice today) $16,900 total. Best buy ona

new house. ,
$50 CASH
LOVELY newly painted and -
renovated furnished kitchen house. Completely Including Payments like rent. 1 or 2 bedroom.. Move in today.No 1000 NW 75th Street

table and chairs. Hot and cold qualifying. I Huge corner house 2 baths and) huge Fla. room. Terrific -

water. Large yard with patio. -0---- I for only $400 down. $80 per month.
storm shutters, nice living for
nice people. 2752 NW 60th St. New! New! New! -0
OX 6-2392. $25 WEEK 1015 NW 76th StreetSee
$995 DOWN -
-: this now!! $66 per.month. $350 down. Huge. kit
3-BEDROOM HOUSE'in W e's I 3 bedroom CBS, 2 tile baths, built in stove. Lovely [chen, lovely area, hardwood floors.
Hollywood. Private
yard. May
inquire at 4001 NW 11th Ave. home in Manor Park area. Call to see.Compare 0 --

-(Miami.) --o--- 3342 Thomas Avenue

2-BEDROOM APT. 6300 NW this buy (Coconut Grove)

15th Ave. $65 per month. Call TOT AL.- $990 DOWN Like new CBS, huge 3-bedroom, 2 baths, hardwood
iu.\ 1-5247. $9,500 Fla. room, large kitchen, floors, tile roof, Fla room, dining room. No qualify.ing. .
3.bedroom CBS,,
Move right in. Reduced price.
A must
$20 than rent.
PR WEEK, six room un partly furnished. Payments less .
furnished house. 2229 NW GOth
HI 6-12G6, stove and Ice box. see.

PER WEEK, partly furnish- !
'apartment Free gas and wa- TRIO REAL TY\\\
-12669 NW 24th Ave. HI ( Broker That Works For You) : '. : .,

i i.- 801 N.W. 54th StreetPL 4600 NW 7th Ave. PL 4-0655 )

l.EAM FURNISHED room NE 5-8745 (Open Sunday)
-ith1 modern bath and nicely 9.8372 PL -
Itkh ed kitchen. Call OX .... -


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.. 55S55ZSS5E&HAPPENINGS .II .." .. .. .. ,i :; ...


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iii}7 i Bunche Elementary Holds :

I 1 1i Floral Heights Gibbs Student Heads

''I i Self-Study Practicum MeetingBunche ,

Opens With a BangFloral State UN CouncilThe
itr. Bunche Park Elementary -
;t t.t"r;, school held Its Initial meeting BTW Adds Three Heights opened the leadership of Florida's University, Jacksonville Univer.
of Its self-study practicum Tues new school year with a bang. Collegiate Councils of the Unit sity Florida A and M Unlver.
t day, Sept. 18. The agenda for Everyone was anxious to know ed Nations has been placed in city, Florida Presbyterian College -
, : the day Included a panel com To Faculty the current happenings as wellas the hands of a Glbbs Junior ,, Glbbs JC and St. Peters.
posed of members from each some of the new techniquesthat College student In St. Petersburg burg JC, to name a few.
( I grade group who gave a pre Enrollment at Booker T. we might use to raise the ; this year.
sentation on classroom man. Washington is greater than ever reading level of our pupils. Well, Jahies was selected by his
d ," agement. The panel participants Mrs. Albert and Mrs. Wynn dug Mac James Williams of Gibbs peen; when the Florida delegates
\ were Mrs. L. Davis, Mrs. L. Approximately 2,338 students ,up some fine and Interesting,Junior College will serve as representing these col.
Lewis, Wilbert King, Samuel 'are presently on the roll. There plans for bringing these boys chairman of the State CC-UN lege!, met on the campus of
I Stephens, Mrs. C. Speights and was an increase In 7th graders and girls up in reading and group with Jurisdiction over sara) Lawrence College, New
Mrs R. Miller. attendance of 200 students. To arithmetic. Florida's top Junior and senior York for the CC-UN's nationalmee
i Miss Eleanor Feinberg'and 'cope with the situation seven I Institution of higher learning. Ing.
Dr. Mark Murfin, admlstratlve teachers have been added to .the Homework IS emphasized on
t consultants were present and faculty. 'They are George Llttje- all grade levels to help each I A$ chairman, he will coordinate Primary purpose of the CC-UN
commended the faculty for a field Frank Woodard, CarltonJerkins pupils to develop skills In work. ,' state activities of the Unlversfty Is t6 stimulate Interest In the
well arranged beginning. Cleveland Paulk, AHcln' Ing Independently.Floral of Florida, the Univer- work of the United Nations on
Mr. Vernon Miller, teacher of Hepburn, head coach of the sity lof, South Florida, the University college,campuses and communi
large classroom, is to be highly B.T.W. Tornadoes; Robert Mc Helghtlans are still of Miami, Florida State ties.1,
commended for his "How to Kay, director of the school-corn- sharing their professional and 1
study project". The purpose of unit program, and Mrs. Elry classroom experiences with oth ,
the project Is to provide a T. Sands, director of the read- er members of the staff. Mrs. A. Rho Chapter of Phi L. Evans; assistant, Sandy McCoy
homestudy workshop for parents Ing center. I Caldwell demonstrated the EnR'lIsh business James
Each consonant sounds. Mrs. II. ;}
and pupils. week he
will ''meet with parents and Beginning this year, home. Johnson, Mrs. Tinker and Mrs. Beta Sigma Cherry; treasurer, David Ivey;
pupils to discuss and practice room teachers will remain with V H. Nesbitt demonstrated the chaplain, Albert Dean; dean of
The fraternltv launched Its pledgees, Hartman Gibson; assistant
effective study habits. their same homeroom until writings of experience stories.
On Wednesday, Sept. 26, members graduation. Mrs. Williams, our librarian, ex- yearns activities with a businessand Oble Duren; sergeant-at-
of the third grade classes plained to us about the many I 'social meeting at the homeof arm$i, Wilcher Kemp; parliamentarian -
enjoyed a delightful, evening There's something new bud. uses of the 'Traveling Science the president, Bro. Ellis Ad- i Ellis 'Adderly.DREWS' .
visiting Popeye Playhouse. ling around the walls of Bookr Library." i derly. A large number of brothers
Parents please be reminded of > Washington. This year for the were present and the scholl
our second PTA meeting,of the Mrst time the doors will remain Along with the many demonstrations arship recipient for the year A JEWELERS
year to be held on Monday night pen so that parents and people given Mrs. V. H. Nes was confirmed. Also, the Social IEXRRTVATCJI AND
Dec. 8 at 8 o'clock. We are lookIng ')f the community may use Its bitt gave the major purposes of Actions Program was set for ,
forward to your presence. 'acllllles. Many activities will be film strips, and presented new Sunday, Oct. 29 at one of the CLOCK REPAIRS
Sylvia S. Lambert, principal; offered where both parents and film strips to the faculty. Ware 'local churches. (Watch this 40 Yean in Buslnew
R. J. Vickers and C. Sands, reporters Children may attend. For those I happy to welcome the followIng paper for the time and places), All work guaranteedFR
students who. can't find any. new people to our fame
thing to do In their leisure ily: ,Miss Jacqueline Day, Frances New officers for the year are:
"hours, classes are held almost Leon and Mrs. Geneva Moor. President, Henry Mott; vice, 3.0152
SEE THE WORLD'S every afternoon for their con- man. Lewis Byrd; secretary, Arthur '(303 N.W. 2nd Ave.
venience. Classes offered arc
GREAT SPIRITUALAND shorthand, debates, charm, Mrs. Grace Albert, principal; -
PSYCHIC READER French, sewing and the athletic Joshua K. Dove, reporter NEW CUSTOM BUILT HOME
'acllitles. Parents and studentsire
BISHOP HUNTER urged to spend their time
If yon are nick! or worried, don't well by attending the activities felt that she possessed traits ofa Low down' payment, Low \monthly payments
fall to see me today. Office boon' offered in the community- fine Miss Tornado Sweetheart.:: SEVERAL MODELS TO :1CIIOOSE FROM

dnllj t p.m. to 0 p.m. Thursday school program. Clarence Hamilton III, has AH 3-bedrooms and 2 lull bath rooms
I p.m. to 0 p.m. Sunday 11 a.m. Crown as Miss BTW for the Mcen added to the personnel. He '
to 3 p.m. 1962-63 year was charming Miss Is the Internal accountant. Mrs. Open Sunday 2 to 0 p.tn.
Amelia Dunnell. Amelia proved Doris Miller has moved to the In Beautiful Richmond Heights
IUCADINOS that she possessed those qualities position of registrar.Lauresteen .
\ that a Miss BTW should Thompson, Rep. 14970 Thru 15100 Fillmore Street
have when she was crowned, Out D. TAYLOR, AGENT 75W5221:
up Sept. 20 in a coronation held In
the auditorium. Drive DAYS 667.6984 NIGHTS UN 5.8728
5417J8W 17 St. Carefully!
Reigning also In the corona I
(WESTHOLLYWOOD ,af%. Jaf tion was Roderiqua Sturrup, ., ._- 1..
Miss Tornado Sweetheart. Rod
eriqua was selected by the members For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call
If'I.A. PROF. HTJNTKB of the football:: team. They

Investigate Without Obligation d. BONDED

Care-Craft School for Nurses Aids

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Fall and Winter.. Classes Now FormingTen w RENTAL

Weeks Course Day or Night



1711 West Flagler Call FR 9.7357 .

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largest collection ''and rentalMRS.

I agency in the SoutH|{; operating in
PREPARE FOR Head Clerk '1i
r i Dade and Broward Counties'Main
,IVILSERVICEAND Addressograph office. Dept., Bonded

JOBS "Our aim H to serve yon better ,Negro Housing afC.S.
your patronage is highly appreciated


[MEN-WOMEN 18 To 50 I 10,000 HOUSING UNITS' 1

Grammar.school sufficient for Bonded also has. FREE employment service forBonded's
'many (lob.. Rtcttv full Informotton

on how to get a gov'f. I Tenants, at main office, '4150, NW 7th Ave. ,
|lob Keep your present 'lob
whit training
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Auromatlt PcY Raises No Layoffs 1163 N.W. 3rd AVE. .... ... FR.3..8416 .; 17325 HOMESTEAD AVE.
Paid Eck Uav Mat New Friends Perrlne CE s.3SS.1: ,
1675 N.W.62nd 8T.J.-......... OX 62487HI
Paid Yatatto with o Ubera1 Pendons 1019 N.W. 6th ST. !
All NoadaY$ Vol 3801 GRAND AVE. . 5-1381 Ft. Lauderdale . JA 4-5357 i
Key Training of So Fla.
North Miami Beach, Fla. 4240 N.W. 27th AVE. . NE 54466 339 IIAMMONDVILLE RD. ;
Phone Wilson 5-5415 Pompano .. WE 3235 I
2060 NW.-75th. ST. .. .. 6963322FR .
Suite 34, 1110 NJ3. 163rd St. ? -- ', 14255 N.W. 22nd AVE. !

MAIL Nia/ e 2060 N.W. 3rd CT. ,... 1-8903 Opa Locka MU 8061T


TODAY Cut 'Std--1 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue, PL 9-8733
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Bethune-Cookman MIAMI TIMES, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1962 : :.
Observes 58th i

Founders Day faith In God. Today this collegehas MAN KILLED BY LIBCITYDRIVE.
a student body of 700 full
DAYTONA BEACH judge time students, with a physical COP IDENTIFIEDJohn
Hobson Reynolds, Grand Exalted
plant valued than
Ruler, IBPOEW of Philadel- more T. Carlyle, 30, of-378 NW IN THEA TRE
phia delivered the Founder's $3,000,000 and an endowment of 22nd Lane, was identified on
Day address at Bethune.Cook more than $2,000,000. Sunday as the man shot and kill- OX 1.7959
22nd Are. and 69th St.
man College on Wednesday, ed by a Miami patrolman Saturday
Oct 3. Bethune-Cookman College Is a night.
Class IIft'ClII'rIC'[ rlftllC'ClCIIlllCIlIlCI(KKrKKIC lC'IerllClIfCICI('
A coeducational
Bethune-Cookman College college Police said that Carlyle ran
founded on Oct. 3, 1904 by was the offering the A. B. and B. S. degrees in an alley at NW 4th ave. and
late Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune in the following areas: 17th st., from Patrolman M. C. NOW SHOWING
with five little girls a $1.50, and chemistry, history, music, elementary Bowles and another officer. He
education, foreign lang fired two shots at Bowles who
uage mathematics, physical edu- then fired back. The killing was ANonm'TOWN...
"\..... cation, business education, business ruled justifiable homicide. AMOJTffitOMMOJKKIK
w administration science IIIr
social 1I.a.a ......
biology, English and re
I ligion and philosophy. Taylor's L Now EDIf. Q.

k t Guest HouseDay a
and night service
washve iron. Keep family hap- 2WEEKsIN
py l/>' sending favorite garments. FKKH SOFT MUSIC
5680 S.W. 16th St. r jj coot 4a.'I .

W. Hollywood, Fla. W r
i If you are squawking more CHMAScOPi.MmO COLOR 1
and accomplishing less, then YU 3.4346 Open 24 hours AGE tWquiu DAItJI lAW aMI 111MB.,lA1 S SRmJIIY'm+ lii11J1!SQi1RE8lqi4o i
Register Today, so that you can 013
vote for a better tomorrow. .
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6130 N.W. 7th .Avenue


Reasonable Prices Free Estimate
Conducts JudoExhibition

Free parking in rear

Pictured above In action are
Anthony Boyer, a member of
the 11 :Marine Corp: Judo
Team and John Brantle '. Judo
instructor at Carver Branch
Young Men's Christian Assocla
Come bowling at my Mort C.n er0u$ D 1aR
According to Franklin D.
Ross, acting executive secretaryof : r house. I provide group S q1 growl D Ap it Ch iNrn
the Carver Branch, Sunday,
Oct. 7, 5 p,m. will mark the day transportation in my bus. j
the association will feature John Call 635-5300. end Iletl tDI
and Anthony in a Judo exhibi

tion Uefore.unparalled by any conducted DEMAREST'RICHARD ANDERSON-POLLY BERGEN

., An MQ-M Picture I
Anthony has a rating In Sho-
dan and some training in Karate
and has been active in Judo I1
Patterson Liston PicturesSee
for six years of his youthful age Fight
of 25.
The Knockout Blows the TV Cameras Missed
Brantley received his trainingat
Yokohama, In Japan and
New Caledonia of GuadalcanalArea PILAN DE
under the Instruction of
the famous Mr. Sackoa of Toklo.

The demonstration will also \
feature a few students in Judoof
the Carver Branch.

There will be no admissionand I I I II II
the general public will findit
interesting to attend. The 'Y'
is located on the corner of 15thAve
and 57th st. Shown at 9:10



-v oucrgn

RITZ THEATRE o Now Showing I I

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4 aDSlD CIRCUIT ? ., s GEN 1 >Yr


....as..aur. CHAMPION

}( 1CHALLENG. 1-
4(4. 1 49L

. iYS Y. 1

Clyde Klllens, popularly known
.A as "The Glass" manager of the
Knight Beat Club at the Sir
John Hotel who recently returned .DICK
Ito l OM#
to Miami following an
enjoyable vacation trip. Klllens Jy 1 I L I I 1 I l S isral.rs.w
first visited New York City, mSOAYHf&HTOCTOBER ,i
then went to Chicago where he ,
attended the PattersonListonworld's MIS "

match.heavyweight Following championship the fighthe IB .. HDl&L! aJlm .DI .......11 -

returned to New York for a. CAPITOL11 Seat Reserved iiia":./ :U5OtI 1 1t
few days. Before returning to Miami Adm. $130 Tax IncL
Klllens attended the annual, THEATRE Ticket Now on Sale t fIG oft; IS win be a IdatJUed wt Hfr II..... \t ;
the Rinky
dance sponsored by .
city.dinks in New York while In that I ,



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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1962 date which every mem .. -
-- ber of the church has circled on Sunday, Oct. 7, Trinity will and friends are invited to worship -
his calendar Is Sunday, Nov, 4. celebrate its first Homecomingat with us and enjoy dinner
our Annual Stag Tea. the church which is locatedat after services free.

511 NW 4th street.
The question being asked by At 5 p.m. the charter members
everyone is "Who will be Morning worship begins ,at 11 will present the history of the
crowned "Queen of the States'in a.m. with the pastor, Rev. E.,T. church. You will miss a treat
the Church of the Incarna Brown delivering the sermon. and stimulating program if you
tion. All members, former membersST. are not present.

Each week a list of 12 states
and their chairmen will I be;> pub
]lished. Please support your fay BARNABAS W. M. MT. CARMEL M. BAPTIST

orite state.Colorado. Rev E. A. Culmer, pastor Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor

Clarice Littles; Con Mrs. S. Dawkins, reporter Mrs. Christine Cherry, reporterSo

w necticut, Isabel Young; Maine, Sunday School built we the wall; and all
was opened by the wall was joined togetherunto
Olive Barry, Alaska, Dorothy the Miss H.
superintendent, the half thereof; for the
Weaver Alabama, Agnes Turner

; Trotman. The lesson was re had mind
people a to work. Ne-
Arizona Vernell)) Greene Ar-
; viewed
LI by Rev. H. Demeritte. hemiah 4.6.Tuesday: .
kansas, Mary Albury; Delaware,
Martha Strachan Georgia, Laura night is still our
; Morning worship was led by
fountain of
; I Gooding; Hawaii, Louise our assistant pastor, Rev. H. prayer; and we are
t Johnson Idaho Winifred Doles asking our friends, and members
; Demeritte. He preached from
and Illinois, Edith Bethel. Hel/rew, theme: "Hold Fast in to come the to prayer meetingand
enjoy goodness of the
The Faith. He preached morning -
There are still a few states and Lord while we yet have a \
evening. Everyone was
left. If you have not selected touched; by the Holy Spirit. No. chance.

I your state, please contact Mrs. 1 I choir rendered music with
Bethel Usher Board Tea A Success
Big Albertha Edwards, Mrs. Sheba their organist, Mrs. Lillian TEMPLE BAPTIST
Martin Mrs. Louise Bradlev
Usher Board No. 3 of Greater Ushers Board No. 2 of Mt. Her at- once.nr-We would like to have' Two Snowies.members. No. 1 ushers served. Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor

''i' Bethel AME Church takes this mon, Opa-locka, St. Mark's all states in the union repre joined. First Sunday services will be

j;., method of thanking our many Chapter St. Agnes Church; Miami sented. Every member's support Sunday being the first Sun as usual.and The the choirs will sing
';' friends for helping to make our Times; Ushers Board No.1 is needed to make this tea day Holy Communion will be Jointly Supper
12th annual tea a great success. St. Mary's Wesleyan Methodist the: biggest and best yet.A administered morning and will be administered and during the

", Church, Mr. E. J. Pieze, Mrs. I night. On the second Sunday the morning evening.
Special thanks to our own Ruth Span, Mrs. Ernestine president of the Trustee Board, The pastor .wishes to thank
Rev. F J. Hicks, Prof. Williams' the Men's Chorus for services
Lindsey, Mrs. Enid Reese and Sydney Trotman and his staff
for that wonderful message he )I Mrs. Ellen Davis, Mrs. Rocheld are having a program at 8 p.m. rendered at the Union meeting
in West Palm Beach.
Wrought to us; Mr. Daniel FrancK Reid. Mrs. Barbara Green and
Mr. Portlock, .Mr Willie to all our different boards and t You are cordially invited to The entire congregation regrets -
Williams who so wonderfully clubs of Greater Bethel, and to attend. the accident which resulted
in fracture and other
entertained us with music. our members who
own played We hope that our pastor is to W. Gray on Sunday.He .
"' Thanks to Mrs. Malloy who such a wonderful and part on the having a wonderful time on his missed his step and fell on
program to Miss Hattie vacation and will be well rested the church. Mr. is
i took a wonderful part as soloist Brace who conducted'our leaving Gray
con 1 when he returns. at Jackson Memorial Hospital.
; which was enjoyed by all, and test. ,
the different boards of other I ., d k'i r We pray for his speedy recov--
'tl churches such as: Pink Carna! Mrs. Inez Polite, captain of k ery.
tion, Gardenia Circle Usher blue side' who was crowned Sf Woman's Day is just four

Hoard No. 1 and 2 of Ebenezer queen for 1962, raised $395.! Mrs. 9 j Sunday is known as weeks off, and the chairman,

Methodist Church; St. Monica's Alice Glass Brown, captain for "World-wide Communion Sunday Mrs. Lula Colebrook and co-
Guild of St. Peter's Orthodox white side was crowned as her ." Let every member come chairman, Mrs. Esther Campbell
Church; Ushers Board No. 2 of attendant. She raised $302. and bring a friend this Sunday. are asking everybody to
Greater Ward's Chapel of Hal Again we say thanks to every. :: get on board and pull for the
Ladies! Do
landale, Usher Board No. 1 of one for everything.Mrs. your part, and shore or for the moon! They
Greater Israel Bethel Primitive more, in the "Stay at HomeTea" say, "Let us fly!" .
sponsored by the womenof
Baptist Church St. Florence Washington,
; Agnes
our church. This Sunday afternoon -
Usher's' Guild for their wonderful Rev. S. A. Cousin, pastor president from four thirty to five. BETHEL BAPTIST

services that were rendered; Miss Oretha. Allen, reporter r This Wednesday evening, Oct. Rev. R. Ross, pastor
10 at 8 p.m. the adult choir will Bettye Nolton, reporter
Ii present an Evening of Music.; Richmond Heights

i BAHA'I ASSEMBLY AMEZ Bishop To handclaps signifies the des Let us keep this date in mind, To those of you who missedour

i Ij ignation of the Sandia Church and be sure to enjoy. this Inspirational fifth Sunday Fund Raising
Baha'is Visit
throughout Southeastern Miami Supply Company of Washington, program. Drive program, you really missed
I 1 Florida will attend a The Rt. Rev. Herbert Bell D. C. as official purveyors of Last Sunday, the children and a treat. Last Sunday a musical I I
special weekend teaching insti church supplies for the African youth did exceptionally well, as
j Shaw program was presented.
bishop of the third
tute to be held Saturday and Episcopal Methodist Episcopal Church. they handled the morning and There were participants from
district of the
Sunday Oct. 13-14 AME Zion
at Broward
The selection of Sandia evening services ,for "Christian all of the singing groups of the
'", National Bank building, 25 S. Church, which innutlcs the was recently "
Andrews Ave. in Fort Lauder- I south! Florida Conference, will announced in a joint Sunday. church. This was delightful afternoon
I dale. Sponsored by the National make an official visit to Miami statement by the office of pub Anniversary week will be from of spiritual enchant
Baha'i Teaching Committee it'' on this Sunday, Oct. 7. Bishop lic relations and the Council of November 4 to November: 11 ment. The program was well
I, t"; .) is one of 27 such institutes to, be Shaw will deliver the principal Bishops of the AME Church. Let us all be united in this planned and well attended.

( held during October throughout sermon on this Sunday night at Shown entering into the agreement church celebration. and cam Thanks go to the members of
I! ; the country. the 7:30: evening service at Matthew are Rev. Doctor Emory G. paign. the program committee.

I Temple AME Zion Church Davis of the AME Church and "" ,.,,.,...... .......,,"- "" "" "" ,,"-L.: "" "" _"" "" "" "" ... ...... ... ... ...... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...,
Baha'is are in the last year 1628 NW 5th avenue. [In addition Charles Fisher of the Sandia

of a ten-year crusade ,to carry to the principal message: Bishop Church Supply Co.
j, J the Baha'i message to the Shaw will also speak in interest Central Life Insurance of1Florida
I whole world. While nearly alls of a new location for the |
the goals have been completed church. The public is !incited Church of The Open Door

in nine years, the remaining to hear the Bishop Rev. H. C. McDowell, pastorA. "YOUR FRIENDLY COMPANY"

r period, which ends .April 20, '---- E. McNeal, reporter MODERN AND ATTRACTIVE POLICIES FROM
r 1903 will be
t emphasized by ST. MARY'S W. M. $1,000.00 UP TO $50,000.00
( consolidation and proclamation, Sunday, Oct, 7, will be another ,
t especially in the United States, Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor outstanding day at the Whole Life Endowment Educational
where the enrollments in the Miss Dorothy Major Church of the Open Door, Our
i'I Faith doubled in 196162.TRANSFIGURATION.
"We lift our grateful hearts pastor, who has been preachinga Mortgage Redemption
j series of
for the church of our choice, sermons on the
Commandments will use the Retirement Combination Hospital
;. I speak to us in this day that we Fifth Commandment
I as his text.
maybe reminded that Thou hast And Home
Fr. Ellsha S. Clarke, Jr., Vicar called us to be thine own." We will have Holy Communion
'j ; Mrs. Doreen'Williams is sponsoring Last Sunday with reception of new members ALSO
was a day not
.. a Fish Fry Sale on Sat to be forgotten soon at the After services there will be a
.- / urday, Oct. 6. The public is cordially church. Morning service Fellowship hour and the burn. Family Group Plan

,fT'' : invited. All profits toward pastor preached from the our ing of our second first mortgage Father, Mother and all Children Under 21 Years of
the f nd.I on our property making
building way
.' depths of his heart and all were for the I plans for the erection of Age Insured Under One Policy

Orders are now being taken spiritually blessed. our new sanctuary which will. New-Borns
Automatically Insured After 15 Days
I by Captains William Jackson At 3:30: there was public recognition begin the first of the year.
and Ruth Singleton for Duncan for local preachers. REPRESENTATIVES AND BRANCH OFFICES

"f Hines Fruit Cakes.. You may Our local preachers are Bro. Ed. There will be a very Important STATEWIDE IN FLORIDA AND ALABAMA
contact either of the two for ward Young, and Bro. Glad meeting on Monday, Oct. 13.
:: your order. stone Hunter Rev. H. Brown Dr. Ira Black of New York City, Call for representative in your city for additional

} ), There will be a meeting of all delivered the Invocation. Rev. August Burchardt, consultin information
,t.; Junior and Senior High Schoolchildren H. Ferguson, assistant pastor of architect, from St. Louis, and

i;.: on Sunday, Oct. 7 at 5p.m. Temple Baptist Church deliver superintendent Robin Ralph of
ed the charge. He Avon Park
' :' at the home of Mrs. Aur- was magnifi will confer with the R
'1. ientha Ware, 15820 NW 18th Ct. cent. The male chorus and both' board of trustees, building committee "Living Service for the Living"Oscar
.' choirs furnished music. finance committee, and
The purpose' of this meeting 1 Is
to organize the Episcopal l In the evening we were entertained the entire membership of the
Churchmen organization with the beautiful Open Door It Is then that we
Young Director Father voices of the Southland Singers. will make final plans for our
The Deanery ,
,'; Max Turhune will meet with Sunday being the first Sun. new sanctuary, All members
t,' to officially day the Lord's Supper will be MUST be present.
them on Sunday
organize them. All children of morning a. n d The Couples Club is
night. Night services will begin sponsor-
these two school groups pleasebe at 7 p.m. All of the services Ing a party at Plnlane Bowling

present. were well attended throughout Alley on 36th St. on Act. 6 at
i the day 7 p.m. Make reservations with

,,''A NEW. BETHEL BAPTIST Timothy Williams. J *
'1 NEW PROVIDENCERev. The Young People Fellowship nJoUiLiijI! _
,. 1571 N. W. Jtb Terr.'I .
I Rev Ernest Williams, pastor C. J. Burney pastor met at Plymouth Congregational
i Deacon Fred Williams, reporter Mrs. Claudia Wilson reporter last Sunday. Had a very interesting --

I On ,last Sunday ,morning and We will celebrate our church meeting' and luncheon L. Range Funeral HomeM.

night, the Rev. I. W. Hepburndelivered second anniversary, beginning Mr. Hurd Is taking pledges
powerful sermpn and Oct. f D through Oct. 12. Our dedication for donors of blood to the Open
was enjoyed by all. No. 1 and 2 services will be held Door's Blood Bank. The Mobile Athalie Range, Owner N. Patrick Range Mgr.

choir, sang;out of this,world. Sunday, Oct. 14 at 2 p.m. You,are unit will be at the church on the 5727 N.W. 17th Avenue
Sunday the No. 1 choir will Invited. There'will be preaching evening of Oct. 11. The womenof
render the music. Please visit every night for we are expectedto the Fellowship will serve dinner OX 1-0131 OX 1-4343
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OCTOBER 6, 1962 PAGE IS Cu'lturist League of Amf"'!C3.
---- -- I I CHATTER BOXThe The graduation exercises will

I .. be held at Mt. Zion Baptist
IRLS 121750UGHT I St. James AMEKindergarten students and Instructors Church. Everyone Is cordially
* e fo * ,
arc anxiously awaiting two of Invited to witness this most
FOR I the most important events of memorable affair.
I I7i the year at our great institution, We
The parepts of stJames I are sponsoring a May Hay
-TEENS I AME' Church Kindergarten r"JlurelA' : rl I They are the annual proma- Ride Friday, Oct. 6. The ride
organized _... nnde and ,
themselves into -IID wma ftR VA 00YU1nI1H'I' graduaton.The will leave the school at 8:30 p.m.
"Y-Teens Count Join." I on the evening of Sept. 20.group This which following will lead to are our tne gradua events of The Mr.affair and will be at the home
The Miami YWCA extends organization was formed to set Families employing household tion' A. B. Ham.
an tHO
ivitatlon to girls 12-17 up wholesome relationship with by the Sunday, Oct. 21 NW 153rd St., Opa-locka.
of employees
years the school church Worship, There will be food and fun
go to Join the Y-Teens and and parents. the week Mt Zion
see This will also day* or throughout Baptist Church all. The public Is Invited.
ow, through this group sat up its the be Monday: Oct. 22
unknowingly Alum
program, own program in the manner of year, may il ac We are very happy to have
senagers count In doing them an Injustice by falling tivities
today1! PTA Mrs. Golden]
organizations to Jiack.with .
-orld. National Y-Teen Roll Call augment services Implementand to report their earnings for Tuesday, Oct. 23 Family Is npw the proud mother ust she
to the of
ill be celebrated this year Oc enrolled children ,j social security purposes. Kenneth Day. tlaby' girl.
ober 13. Teenage members of and securing additional by Improving F. Valentine, district manager Thursday, Oct. 25 School l Our
he YWCA In G.OOO clubs across ment (equip of the Miami Downtown I prize awards to students. I shut-ins: Mrs. Nicky Rig.
including te1Cv! !ion. gins
;; and Mrs.
he United States will partlclHI office, said today. Friday, oa 20 -- Prom and Bertha Tate. We
ft._ _____'- _. Presently. there are 43 en- are wishing you a speedy
: HI uus: years ooservance rolees crowning of Miss Sunlight. And "coy-
and several other applications Any cleaning woman, maid ery Until neXt Week
lyhich has as Its theme, "Y- Hair style and fashion, re
I revue at
awaiting approval. This port rs,
eens Count Join. could cook, baby sitter, or handyman, the Knight Ih ut.
necessitate employing an who works for as much pay as Rosa Wilkerson
Sunday Oct. 2?
Y-Teen program In the YWCA additional teacher which would $50 every three months should promptly,at :'J Graduation: Patricia Mitchell
revious opportunities for bring the total staff to seven. have his or her earnings p.ui.
fun Our honored
friendship and service for f The first project will be In ported and the social re'l will be Dr. guest sW"Jeer
lecMagers! Mrs. Carolyn al' the form of a preHalloweenparty taxes paid. Wiclnm, f.ru Job OpportunitiesCarpenter

and,, program director for the Saturday afternoo, ,Oct. I I
Korthwest Dade YWCA 27. Tickets can be secured from I If a maid comes to your
laid. As members of the Center, parents. house to do Cleaning l or laundry In many cases, the employer Maintenance Repairman (general
plan 'YW'vTeens The following officers. .were as infrequently\ as one day a may be faced with a staggering al)
)wn choosing programs and of their elected: Mrs. Mattie Woods, week anti Is paid as little as bill for back taxes, interest and e k 1Firefighter
unities to have oppor president; Mrs. Bertha Copeland $3.85 for her day's work, her penalties, not only for the em.
l>xchange Ideas develop share as leaders; I vice; Mis. Barbara Iit- earnings must be reported if ployer contributions to social Pol ce Officer (Metro)
responsi- she continues to work for security hut for the Policeman}
shell, secretary Mrs. Smith you employee's (City)
>llitles with adults ; ,
to be week In the calendar share of the contributions Pol
I >art of { treasurer; Mrs. Barbara Mur each quarter as ce Identification Officer
|fvorks for an organization that phy, assistant secretary; Edward thereby earning $50 or more. well. (,ob basis)
peace and justice
for Mr Valentine Pol
urged all em. ce Matron
11. Mitchell, chaplain The law has been on the ployers who
pay domestics $50 Tie Trimmer
Meetings will be held Mon book since 1951 but It is cst!
wages in a quarter or Treatment Plant
more Mechanic
Any girl In her teens Is day evening after the first Sunday
eltg- that there still
mated are many to in touch
I Ir. ble for full membership. In each month I get with the Inter Assistant Dockmaster
Boys householders
I many employing nal Revenue Service without Automotive Equipment

?come associates. For those I domestic servants part. or full- delay. Booklet No. 21, available 2 (street sweeper)
>vho Join during National Y A class In beginning bridge I time who are failing to comply at the social security office In Police Property Custodian
Teen Roll Cnll, there will be Goren Method, for men and The householder frequently Miami, contains a pre-addressed Air Reserve Technician
special membership lapel clips women Is being offered at. the does not learn of the law's ap- post card for this purpose. Copy Editor
[featuring the Y-Teen symbol. Liberty SqUare Auditorium, ,, plication to him until his em

I All phases of the Y-Teen I T30G; / NW 14th ave., on Saturdays ployee makes a claim for social
pro- 2-4 pm. Mrs. Effie WIl.I security benefits Mt. Valen-1
11 designed Holland said. are: I lams Is the Instructor Class tine said. JOIN THE FUN!
to realize the Y-Teen ees are $8.00 for eight weeks.

Ito goals grow: "To In, grow friendship as a person with; .,..,.".", CAPITOL ,All hew shows on
r. [people of all
races, religions and The Stage!
nationalities, and to grow In 1 v COLORED
tho knowledge and love of Etfery Wed. 9
nod." When teenagers' Join the PSYCHIC READER THEATRE p.m.
they become .CONSULT IIKIt--- ,
members of an
organization at
work In more than 70 countriesof *! r wir and his

| the world. PARADE OF STARS
a" $
Y-Teen clubs will have their '! FRANK Floor Show"WILLIAMS
first meetings on the following Yt
Oct. 0, North Dade High And His Rocketeers

School, 4 p.m. With Songsational
Oct. 14. Liberty Square Audi-
Little' Kora
torlum, 4:30: p.m. 4 eWE
Oct. 16, Cox's Kindergarten, plus BIG TALENT CONTEST
4::30 p.m., 1753 NW 4th St.
Oct. 19, Mays High 4 p.m. Let her years of experience guide $ $ $ CASH' PRIZES $ $ $
A and protect jou IhroiiKlioiil III* .
Saturday Golf Class will be
---- -
offered! at the Miami Springs Is a Ilghthoue Kutd, M the hl'
Golf In n storm For MUCOM jn lu..t
Course beginning Oct. 13
at 0:30: a.m.Ithis class is for be- MAKE YOUR fleas and love.DONT '
STAY IN 'Til 10 ItUT. (Ml I The Town's Talk t
'vilipbe men and for. There PICTURE OUT NOW HV TIIK II1:1.I' 01 h
ten lessons 1250. While you watt GOD Stilt CAN IIICM' Tot Amateur Nite
The class will be limited to ten p- -
only and registration must be Only $1.00 Office 1 Ion MI

in by Wednesday, Oct. 10. YWCA DAVID JEWELERS 0 a.m. 0 p.m.Tliiim. Every Thurs. :
membership 1 h! required for attendance 1188 N.W. 3rd Avenue 0 a.m. In A ,cam ,;

at YWCA classes. Mall Phone FR 41522BARKLEY'S 7 p.m. t, wit
your check to the YWCA, 114 DAILY MODERNTHEATRE
feE 4th St. A :::.

10 a.m. 8 p.m.

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J t :/ THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA Masons to Observe bers of the Masonic Family, other Carey.?, Bentley, District
fraternal organs and their\ Deputy and President
I I SATURDAY OCTOBER 6,,1962 I ladies' auxiliaries
PAGE 16 Zerrubbabel Day """ and the pub- John S. Williams, ,

'', 1 lie is Invited. :, ,,., secretary High Prjest r.
: '
I October 14 ,. Fred Alexander, '
'. Oct.13 I
: '
., .
t ,Grand High Priest, .
, LOOKING THE The Royal Arch Masons of \ .' ,- t
Dade, Broward :.',and Monroe ;,; Alfred Coakley, ', r> I

Counties will celebrate J the annual .-." ....;. State Deputy f ', Drive Carefully! I ,
errubbabel Day,' Sunday 'I'iii '.: 1
SPORTS afternoon, Oct. 14 In Miami. t : -- --_. :.-'

The parade will begin at 2 ,
8y LEO B. ARMBRI8TER p.m. from in front of the Masonic FORD, REAL ESTATE SPECIALS
f Temple, 1742 NW 3rd Ave:

_.- .. ....__..."- ._, ...., "" .... ",& \- ".,.....,......... _.. .. .. ......... and will proceed to St. James
'*-- --- --- "" '" !WHY PAY tHESE
t Baptist Church, NW 14th St ( RENT? 'DRIVE BY HOMES
Bowling In our town Is on the Team, 3-game high: Hagan near 3rd Ave. where a special .
1 I up-trend and all lanes are hum and Fonda 2686; 12th Frame program will be held In obser WE WILL HELP YOU WITH THE FINANCING
ming with league or special 2659; Olympics 2651. vance of the occasion. The Rev. '\
event activities. Individual 3-game high: Willie Joel L. Johnson, pastor of St. .
Nicholson 629; Albert Bry James will deliver the sermonon
Following last Sunday's' opener ant 614; Wilton Cox 600 and the occasion. 1-742 NW 74h* St. '" '$64.90 .month
at Sunrise Lanes, the Falstaff Johnny Harvey, 600.
Traveling League was hosted at High team game: Hagan and The celebration is being sponsored Two bedroom home completely furnished. Good' ,
Finland Lanes for a very torrid Fonda 962; News Reality 940; by the Royal Arch Ma 'location. Beautiful lawn and shrubs.
session, with good bowling the 12th Frame 925. sons of District 4, which com
rule rather than the exception. prises the lower east coast of 2-4745 NW 32nd Avenue $1,000 Terms
Individual high game: Willie the state of Florida, working I
Sunrise has the four, teams Nicholson 232; Albert Bryant under the protection of the 5 bedrooms, 2 baths. Beautiful property. Good
In the league and the Finland, I 232 and.Johnnie White 225. Most Worshipful Union Grand for house .. ,I'
rooming home.
Mi and Bunche have two each. I Axerages of 180 and over!! Lodge of Florida and Jurisdiction or :
Willie Nicholson 191; James Free and Accepted Masons
bowlingthe 3-1900 NW 51st Terrafce
After two weeks of Blackmon 188; Frank Smith Prince Hall affiliate, of $695 down
standings are: 186; Freddie Mason 182 and Ed. which the Illustrious Rudolph Brand new 3-bedroom home. Move right in. No

A Sunrise team captained by die Thorpe 181. Bradley Is the Grand Master. qualifying: ; '

Sam Burrows leadext pack All Royal Arch Masons, mem-
with a 5-1 ; GIANTS STRONG ARM WAY 4-775 NW 44th St. $495 down
Mi Lanes) 4.2; Ernest
(Finland) 4.2; Wesley Large 3-bedroom CBS home with a Florida) room
who almost single-
Bunche) 4.2; James Maury ,
Steward ( off the Giant and patio. Move right in.
Thomas (Sunrise) 4.2; Frank The San Francisco Giants handedly fought haveliked
Southward (Sunrise) 4.2.i.; Willie overpowered the Los Angeles I onslaught. Many would his 5-1785 NW 52nd Street $400 down
Lazier (Pinland) 3.3; J. C. Sum- Dodgers and took the National to seen him display
mersett (Mi) 1.5; W. L. Adams League pennant beating them 2 base-stealing antics in a World 'See 'this nice clean CBS home. 2 bedroom. Near
(Sunrise) 15'; Al Mitchell out of 3.Concensus. Series, :Jut the Dodgers of Los bus line.
(Bunche) 06. gives the Giants Angeles are similar to the Dodgers
the better chance of winning of Brooklyn In their non
Still hanging on with a 190 from the Mighty Yanks, but chalant way of accepting defeat ,6-Aslc about our,brand new 3 and 4 bedroom
and better average after two sentiments were with the Dod- and calmly" say, "Walt 'til
weeks are J. Stoner 190; W. Rob ?ers's great little shortstop, next year." home in Goulds, Fla. -J $200 down .
inson 190 and J. C. Williams
7-1281 NW 53rd Street Furnished
Excelsior League's third weekof BARON'S NEW DELUXE HOMES
bowling left teams in this rooms $500 down,

standing order. 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH GARAGE
Team W L Pet. 1440 NW 59th St. Open 3-5 p.m. Sunday
Hagan & Fonda 8 1 .889 ARE OPEN EVERY NIGHT 'TIL 8 P.M.
News Realty 7 2 .778 813 NW 57th St.'- Duplex. Good income

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Am. *'Ur, TV 63 .667 Ford Realty Inc.
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