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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 13, 1962
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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40TH YEAR, No.7. MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY !! OCTOBER 13, 1962 16 PAGES TIN TINTS 4;




I Boy Scout Drowning Suit 1,500 New Voters Added J: jl jlIn




Settled For $20,000 V TTTy Zi. Poi 1 Week Crash Drive 'I


A negligence and damage suit and the South Florida Council The Crusade For Voters Howard Gary and Miss Hattie
I against Scoutmaster Sam rantI I]I of Boy Scouts was settled out ot Caravan with Charles A. Had Burnette.

,. court Tuesday 1J.r'an agreementto ley as Wagon Master, has rolled Special thanks is also givento
ro to the end of Its Voter Registration
r ,x' Mrs. Grace Wade who servedas
> .w pay $20,000 to the parents ot Drive with smashing
the boy drowned on a Scout a volunteer special deputized
success. registrar and to Mr.. and Mrs.
outing. The Caravan, rolled. through Sumner Hutcheson Jr., who
William Frates and Arnold .' -I II Opa/locka Drown's subdivision. also served as volunteer special
Coconut Grove,.Perrine, Goulds deputized registrars for the
Slome, attorneys for the parents, and Homestead, making such week of October 1 thru 6, mak-
arranged the settlement with '0' stops as Jolllvette Plaza, James ing avallab le for the entire
the insurance comoanv coveringthe E. Scott Community Center period their offices and staffs.
Scout council. Caesor's Deauty School and the

rL Andrew Hopkins, 13, drowned ".. Liberty Square& Housing Project .:" ""/'I9;
:':., telling the story of the Im .
,
on Jan. 27. 1961, while swimming ,, "" ,1, ,; ( ,
portance of being a registered .
in a pit at Rocky Pine "I,
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Camp in South Dade, after he R. N. Miss Georgenia Gloria voter In these crucial times. '. '/.
and a group of Scouts had been Davis, daughter of George Da Sincere' thanks to each and
left there by Grant while the vis of 450 NW 20th Terr and every good citizen who playeda _
scoutmaster returned to Miamito Mrs. Edith Pinder Davis of 442 part in this effort. without
pick up another group. NW 20th St., apt. 1 recently your support, the Job could k' l h l
graduated from the Harlem Hospital never have been done. Because .. I:
The suit filed by the boy's. of Nursing in New York, of your diligent pursuance of t
parents, charged that the offl as a registered nurse. this cause In devoting your time
cials were negligent in not leaning A 1957 graduate of Booker T. and efforts, the Caravan round.
adult in charge of the
an ed approximately 1,500
Washington High School of up new
boys. Miami, Miss Davis Is well first class citizens and process.
Grant Is well known as a diligent known among the younger social ed ,;about 500 changes of ad eY'yYI
ANDREW scout worker in the community set in this city Miss Davis dress.
I HOPKINS I and has given years of began work immediately at Special commendation is given I
Drowning Victim service to scouting. the same hospital and plans to ;to the following Individualswho
." remain in New York. gave voluntary assistanceIn
the office of Crusade for

Cuban Radio Propaganda National.Hotel Voters Mrs.. Dana throughout''Chapman the, Nathan.drive: r

I lei Dean, Dr. E A. Ward, Otis +

Meet Opens ,Here James, Mack Barkley, weldon
Beamed At. Southern Negroes \ noa eau, ,Mr and Mrs. Samuel
O. Rogers, Mrs. Bertha Jackson,
:
Havana has begun to broadcast ,The crisis In Mississippi added Mrs. Dorothy Cohen, Miss Johnny Me 'D. Browne, 1002graduate
a midnight "Radio Free I pew fuel to thef propaganda campaign SundayMembers Blanche Calloway, Elliott Piece of JBethune,Cookman
Dixie" program beamed at the Havana's radio and tele and "Butterbair of Radio Station College has' bean appointed! SIn
Negroes in the South and heard : vision network, on Sept. 24, carried of the NationwideHotel WMBM, Garth Reeves, Attorney ,Instructor 'In biology in the
clearly in the Miami area... a special program narratedby Association, Inc.. will Henry Arrington, Mrs. science department or his alma
Williams, charging that "the meet here in their Oth annual Gloria Chavls A. D. Moore, Mrs. mater. While in college he wasa
An English-language pro United States government is convention at the fabulous. Sloyce D. Watson 1 Charles A. member of the YMCA, Men's
gram, dedicated to the "gallant Just as prejudiced and just as Hampton House Motel and Villas Lockhart. J. R. Taylor, Neal Senate, Alpha Phi Omega Ser
freedom fighters," said, "More racist an the governor of the Oct. 1417.Theodore Adams, Miss Myrtle, Hepburn, vice fraternity Beta Kap
and more state of Mississippi. Jj; '" IA'',!. '$ ,"" .\ <'" M Miss Charlotte Matthews Miss and president of the Science
treatment
ing" against dis Frances Henderson, Harold and Club.
to them in the ,United The broadcast Is a blend of
Mates. jazz ,music and commentary:,

The principal announcer Is and Radio was Progresso carried, one by of Havana Cuba's s 0 kx Negro Runs For Georgia Senateff j i.I I II
believed to be one of a group of powerful medium and short
U. S. citizens who have to transmitters that
Cuba and are actively cooperating gone wave Latin America and the cover Ir Roy Charles Bell, :30, ot by: Dr. Martin Luther King.
with the Castro regime; An bean and are heard Atlanta, announced on Tuesday I Both men would run in the I
English-speaking woman ,was the Southern United Carlb-I that he will qualify to run for special October 10 primaries.c'T .
Democratic
I the second announcer the nomination to a _.
scat In the state's newly ,reap*
I portioned senate. ; .
4 mist Negro leader finder indictment 4KNATK OKS JFK rPPOINTEE
J for kidnapping in North The Republicans are report.
Carolina, is said to''be among .\ '" T' T they planning to Include on
slate of candidates
Americans associated'with the for the
Castro government. President Kennedy's nomina senate, T. M. Alexander of the
Atlanta Life Insurance Co.,
tion of 'A. Leon Hfgginbothain rN
Two years ago, propaganda ,Jr:/Philadelphia lawyer, to bea la special projects direc
Bell
leaflets in English and Spanish ,
.member of the. Federal Trade the Southern Christian
,
were seen in Harlem and in the Commission, has been confirmedby Leadership Conference headed
Southern States, predicting a voice vote of the senate,
revolution in the UJ3. the
and
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"liberation" of American Negroes Attorney Higginbotham the -t. 'rrP
Castro's "26th first Negro to be named to a R. Hagans Jr., vice I i{
Movement" president and 'general managerof u
Federal regulatory commission.
of July
the New Dunbar Hotel Washington
D. C. and national president University Of Va. m
of NHA announced that
; hotel motel and guest house
r "r d 1 It owners and operators from alt I Branch Gives InIh

N ,L ",. # ,, J' 'i :OVer' the country are expectedto
;y# rfr attend. Mr. Hagans is ending Charlottesvllle, Va., t h e
:r ( hi.<* fourth term as national University of Virginia agreed
president of the organization 1 a.
t '
Wednesday to admit Hazel Ruth
f The, 'rn h $ of the mil-
r llon-dojlar reSOrt Adams to one of Its branch'col

I;.I 7 .: ;: House Motel and Villas Hampton, Iii making egftr after the completed :prop.er .
elaborate plans to Insure registration procedure : Recipient of the Southern Regional
that all who attend this coven I
Scholarship Award from
The 17-year-old girl left
tlon are well entertained during a Alpha Delta Chapter of the
their stay in Miami. In addition I Federal District Court hearing National Sorority of Phi Delta
; to the Interesting business!. sessions I Immediately to go to the Office Kappa. Miss Page, valedictorianof
and workshops planned for of the university. the June 1962 graduating
r. the meeting an Awards Banquet If admitted to the new Patrick claw of Northwestern Senior
and 'Dance J 1.1 one of the highlights Henry Branch College in Mar- Ugh School is the daughter of
1a of the program, and delegates Inivllle, she will be the first Mrs. Wilhelroena Page Miller
and visitors will enjoy Negro to attend an Integrated and Oliver Page both Miami
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rk golf, swimming boating and cla sroom in South Virginian ...i resident. Miss Page was also
-- sightseeing A nlte club tour is area with a large Negro poplatJon awarded
'fchi age sJc & ey1 honorable mention as
Sorors of Gamma ;Alpha Th reported also being planned by the convention and strong segregation winner of third
In tars Naloaal
thattheir time. wisely place -
was : spent
of Phi! LamUJa Sorority committee. cntiment.
ter Iota
Scholarship Examination
,. were guests o| Neophytes, due Soror to their Chapman having was taken elect apart NHA return to Miami for its Miss' she Adams filed suit chantng Of the National Sorority of Phi,
9th annual convention after was denied admission '
Loraine N. Phillip, at the home ed national secretary and Soror because Delta Kappa. "Patti," as ihe Is
r of her
eight yearn, it being recalled race. The uni- best known, .Is currently
of Soror Phillip recently. Vabtl Arrabrister, assistant that the first NHA conventionwas verslty contended that she had rolled at Howard University en,
,.: Soror Dana Dorsey Chapmanand secretary.. held in Miami at the then not registered properly but said Mrs. lona II. Dukes Is basiteti*
Portia Bannister attendedthe Many experience. \vero shared Lord Calvert Hotel (now known Wednesday it was ready to admit of Alpha Delta Chapter in Ml-,
national convention In Los by the sorors In attendance as The Sir John) in 1&5I. her. ami.l' .






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I Phyllis Wheatley Art
t;2 )I IA ;,,FLDA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12:, 1962 '
WINS U. of GA. and Social Club met at the

.... 't .. "" r ._--, home of MrS; Ruby Simms on f
DEGREE Monday, Oct. 8 torbusiness and IJ
t
recreation Mrs. Slnims was a
\ : ATHENS, Ga. The University perfect hostess and"several dellclbus "
of Georgia has awarded a
repasts were served. ;
degree to a Negro for the first Next meeting Oct. 22 at the '1
time in its history. home of Mr'. Marie Taylor, 751 '
Miss Mary Frances Karly!: ) of ->i iA. ib it NW 48th Sttplans for the an. '
Atlanta reelved her master's decree nual tea Nov. 11 at LibertySquare
in music education last are'? In the'"making.M .

Friday.
I. Daniels, reporter
Miss Early now teaching in .
Atlanta, attended three terms of --
the university to do her grad They will remain In Mlnml ''
uate work. until next spring when ?

The university was desegregated they will return" to New York. .
under federal court orders i
While In Miami the Brice ,
last year. are stopping! their palatial
s je WlV"'a hbme, 927 N\V 65th St.

e Royal Twenty ClubOn Returns From

TV SICK? ';
9 Sunday, September 21 the Annual Trip
if
credit
7. f on
Club line It repaired
Women's
Royal Twenty Ben ttrlce, well known member
was entertained at the home of you live In Liberty City or
: Mr. and Mrs. Ambry Davis of of the local Kazah Temple, RrownS 'ille. Pay weekly. Free
Coconut Grove. Mrs. Davis gavea Nobles of the Mystic Shrine,
brief report of her trip to along with his wife, Annie Mae estimate.

Washington, D. C. and Detroit. returned to Miami on Saturdayfrom DIAL 690-3581

Mrs. Doris Roye entetalncdthe their annual trip to Cold- N.W. 62nd ST.
club on Oct. 6 at the homeof spring Farm Inn, Stamford, N.Y. 2636
Brig Gen. and Mrs. Edward ---------._. r yw.LC ... w*
of SW 138th St. Mrs. 6+LhT JrJ1.Jr 'JI.JIT..I.JI..J 4"14.a..a..a04"'A4'-----
Barberi Is formerly from Wash
LEON BIBB I ington and is a native of Hampton DR. MURRAY RADIN


Folk Singer To Appear The, Va.next regular meeting of ANNOUNCES TilE OPENING OF'JIIS
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the club will be held at the NEW CLINIC
home of Mrs. Ruby Denard,
At Dade County AuditoriumThe 3792 Frow Ave. l 3rd Ave. Phone 374-1419
Mrs. Ermatlne Holton, president At 1159 N.W.

Smothers Brothers, Mer. ; Mrs. Ethel Peavy, rev General Practice X-Ray

cury recording artists and alumnae I Mrs. Hill Honored by porter. Physical Therapy Weight Reduction Obstetrics
of the Jack Paar show, combine ..
comedy and music as they Heroines of JerichoOn Miami Times Ads : Open dally 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday 10 a.m. to 12 noonGOf1.,141aS

are joined by Leon Bibb, Co- Get Fast Results

lumbia records folk singer, In a Sunday, Sept. 23 the Past -ur-- FFE FFE rvEETrF MMr.Fr J E. .p. rE
pmash; entertainment double. fa trans Council honored the
hendT at Dade County And1' 'levation of Mrs. Johnnie Mae
torlum on Sunday, October 14, 8 Hill to a grand office positionof s"
M. W. U. G. L. of Heroines of .
p.m.For Jericho of Florida.All :
the past three and one- ..
Masonic organizations In ,,c:
half years, Bibb has pursued a
the area and visitors from E :};
career a* a concert and nightclub O CTRICCtm
performer. He has made Broward County and Fort rf. ,
the Lauderdale were on hand to
many appearances on Ed
Sullivan Show, the Toni?bt pay tribute to Mrs. Hill.
Show and many other Important Mrs. Hill acknowledged the .oJ ,
of all Masonic depart I '
TV variety program His solo presence
ment officers, chapters Matrons
concert performances have
ought him to Town Hall, In and Past Matrons present. \ r r
New York, the University of The following Past Matrons,
Vermont Concert Series, the offfcers, grand officers, OES Wr ;;
University of Minnesota, the chapters were present. -
University of Texas, Washing. Rudolph Bradley, Rev. T. A.
ton and Lee University and Rolle, Johnnie Mae Hill, Fran
other cis Norris: Loma Simmons,
many Important college
concert dates. Mable Bodiej Louise Rolle; Heroines \J )
: L. Role) C. L. Arnold. L.
Allan Sheer of Miami Beach's Hepbourne, Ethel Johnson, Mildred
Production Associates contracted Rolle, ,Mae Monroe, Theo
for these show-stoppers to Clare, Rebecca Wallace, Vinnie
he joIned in concert with Leon Hargarette, Estella Beason. El- r :.
I3lbb, musical comedy star who \ira Lesley Rose Flint, Fros-
h the darling of the British tina Horton, Rosetta Sullivan M
Broadcasting Co. and Bro. Carey Bentley.

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NAACP To Re-Argue Gibson "Fall Safe" Can \MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1962 PAGE. :3
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Start Nuclear WarHow --- ----

\ Case In Supreme. Court a nuclear war could be

r WASHINGTON Two cases tence of six months' imprisonment :accidentally triggered by a'
and a fine of $1,200. communications breakdown
of
extreme significance to
\ which would send Moscow-
NAACP activity_ will be reargued In Its arguments before the bound American bombers beyond
:'I 1n the U. S. Supreme Supreme Court the association: "J4'nll-Safe," the last pointof 'y r
Court this week by Robert L has contended that It Is a viola recall is dramatized In the ( E
Carter the Association's general tion of the constitutional! current Issue of the Saturday
council. The flctllonaliz-
Evening Post.
guaranteed rights of freedom of
ed account of the train of events:!
t Th* first case, to be heard association to compel Father that might follow such an accident .
Gibson to bring these records t
on Oct. 9, concerns a Virginh is by Eugene Uurdick and
1, statute which would bar the fo committee hearings and answer ', Harvey Wheeler. Burdick was I
1 NAACP from sponsoring lawsuits questions; concerning memberships
co-author of "The Ugly Ame i'
In the NAACP of ,' '
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designed to secure constitutional per can," which also appeared first '/
" rights for Negro citi sons alleged to be Communists in the Post and Is credited with
t zens. The association has asked having caused reforms In the
The Implications of the case a
"' the Court to strike down the are of extreme importance as Foreign Service. ... ,,'..--* .

\ statute abridgement as an of unconstitutional the "due process" answering such questions would The Post reports that liur- Airman baste Jimmie L. Wl\

": and "equal protection of result In the of discrediting the organizationand of thelegitimacy dick and Wheeler admit that It cox, son of Mr and Mrs. Robert __.__._________.m _
the laws" clauses of the Four the loyalty of Its members, Is entirely possible that the sit. n. Wilcox of 208 Washington Airman Third Class Willie L.
teenth Amendment, uation they depict cannot occurin Drive Is being reassigned toAmarillo
without showing; that either Fr the way they describe in thin Tex. for technical Holmes a 1902 NorthwesternHigh
,; The second case to be reargued Gibson or the association Is con forthcoming best seller. "Yet" training as a United States Air School graduate, son of
} by General Counsel Carter nected In any way with sub- the magazine says "they Insist Force administrative specialist.The Mrs. Coatney C. Holmes 15030
F later in the week asks the courtto version. dictate that ultimately an accl- NW 21st ave. Opa-locka is Uing >
reverse a Florida contempt that the laws of probability airman is a 19G2 gradu reassigned to Ft. Lee Va.
conviction of Rev. Theodore R. dent must occur that could ate'of George W. Carver High for technical training as a U.. S.
Gibson president of the Mlarn! plunge us Into war." School Air Force cook.
Workers Plan
Social
NAACP branch and rector of .
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Christ Episcopal Church there. -

Father Gibson was convictedin Annual Dinner Neatly Furnished I

1960 by a Florida state court ROOMS
for refusing to produce NAACP MeetingThe II
membership lists or to identifyas FOR RENT I
members of the association South Florida Chapter of
names of persons read to him the National Association! of Social Maid Service
by a Florida legislative Investigating Workers will hold their annual i Private ParkingFor !J
committee The Florida dinner meeting on Oct. 18 CarsGuest p ; I

Supreme which Court imposes upheld the a conviction sen- at the Hotel.Sky Room, DuPont Plaza ,Ann's House .

344 N.W. 10th St.
I The guest >speaker will be FR 9.9155
John Tramburn, commissioner
YOUR HEALTHBy of public welfare of the Stateof AND ALSO -
DR. M. RADIX New Jersey. The Attack on Lindsey'sGuest
speech will be "The Attack on '
WHAT IS MEANT BY ACID Public Welfare Where Does I House PRE>r DELIVERY DRUG
8TO)IACII? "
? Mr. Tramburj will
relate himself to the aftermathof 358 N. W. 10th St. 0 1 t Avenue Phone G91.6G51
':' "t. The somach is the Newburg Crisis and also FR 1-9177 HAROLD JOLLIVW "Iii. MMUW*
normally acid discuss how the local commun- indf

i! :t',:. land must with'tvi and problems municipalities related to can lack deal of

.i *be so to digest conviction of the State Legls-
foods. Hydro. 'atures In providing adequate
," public assistance grants, of ell-
Tai chloric acid Is nts in need.
FJ.'j j formed natural-
1 ly in tha stom- This meeting is open to the
'I'" ouWlc and reservations may be
L : ;' ,,, ,Mach to h e 1 p secUred from Miss Betty Jo
:'.>>\ '''!':;.J digest tne proD McLeod, Malcolm Ross Day
:. itADIN teins: meat, fish, Center 1801 NW 28th St*, 1

eggs, etc. Proteins and most
starch foods are 'acid forming."
They have to be but oranges MIAMI TIMES: ADS 1 t3i7
grapefruit, tomatoes and some FLII'J
vegetables, sometimes classified DONT COST THEY PAY _
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the reverse; that is, alkalinein
reaction.
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._:_4 __._ _MIAMI_._ u.,. FLORIDA. __, SATURDAY._ _.. _OCTOBER. 13_, 1902OltHe P. B. Young Sr., Dean Of CHURdH



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Cdllegfe,
_.... -"" +--' I: "; :, .'/ < \, "< ', Usher of the Journal and Guide tute 1913 and) Morehouse College password this Week at the
Oct.
A9a$ since 1010, Tuesday night Incarnation is
"Prepared.
11Iv Be
u. 01-10 S.W. o-Phone. .O(2ti. 1000.
: 9 at a Norfolk hospital whichhe

-nh'triIt.. -_.IlitW.7bad..'--_"':'- _--'-':" _AH',_.._'M ,' "' 'JorldR-PJ.'ji.;. i4,1; .: R'8't2S0r ,IJI''1'1' ... entered on Sept. 21. He was lIe also served as trustee of All prepared States to Tea attend, Sunday the, Nov annual, 4, ,
: \ ( Hampton '
II. 17. IK1I8MUND ItJJE\1J: :$; 'E dItit .And Publa.'ber.... "fP, ',: : 78 years of age the following and colleges St. Paul's: Col- sponsored by the Episcopal :;.
'lain II C. ItKKVKd;'dlso gin ICdttor: '1/ Mr. Young had been ailing Institute Chur hwomen. During previous
the board
.. ... lege. He was also on
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SUUSClUPTlQir, HATESV5.00 '
0>'M V'1:AI1 SIX hospitalization had been con Institute for years, rightup men vying for the> crown of
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-: MONTHS.. $3.00 FOREIGN ".00 months at his many
fined for two "Queen of the States" in '
-- "} to his death, he was :chairman the
Member of the AsaociteI'Nlgro Press A t home, 2833 Beach mont Ave. of the advisory board of Church, of the Incarnation have

Member or the National_ Newspnper Publishers, AssociationiKntcied The veteran Journalist humanitarian the: Norfolk division of Virginia been published. This week we
: "j and educator was State College add' 12 more states and their
: a* Second, Class Matter Augttat 0, 102T, at the,l1'ost.Office charming chairmen. '
widely regarded as the dean of They are: ;
at Miami Florida'' under the .jut of March 8, 1879 *', '. the Negro press. As recently as In 1943 President 'Fr hklhi "'1>. Illinois,Rosena Ash; Indiana
the
Roosevelt him to
-'- ------ ------ 19(50 the National News appointed Delores Hepburn Iowa Ell ,'
"cimoo OF TilE NEGRO PIIBSS" I June. nriarlnnl; Fair Emplovment Practices ; nder
1IIK XIJXiHO I'UKSS believes paper Publishers Association Simon; LoUlslaha.[ Bessie Hlggs; '
that America can best lead the world Commission (FEPC) and Carr
from racial and during its convention In Los Maryland, Helen ; Michigan
national '
antagonism when it accords to ,every man he served for two years.
ft'Jtardlcss of race, color or creed, his htunan and legal rights,Hating Angeles, Calif., presented him Four Virginia Louise[ Hunter; Minnesota. GlorIa
governors named
no man, tearing no nuin-the Negro Press striven to help every man with a plaque as the distinguished him to State Commissions. Green; Mississippi, Vando-
In the firm belief that all men are hurt as long as anyone is held Editor of the Year. line Albury; Nebraska, Ophelia

back Dorn In Littleton, N. C., Mr Rolle; New Jersey, Jennie
Young came to Norfolk in 1907 Mayor High Gets Forbes; New Mexico, Olympia
and in 1910 Nelson North Dakota
acquired ownershipof ; Josephine
BIBLE READING IN SCHOOL a fraternal organ then published Human Relations Rolle.
by the Knights of Gideonas
Is Bible reading' and reciting the Lord's, Prayer in the Lodge Journal and Guide. AwardMiami There are onty 8 more statesto
We admitted the All States
public schools violating the Constitution of the United Dropping "Lodge" from the Tea union with to the of a
help
he Mayor Robert King
the
States? name, developed news
paper from one of a weekly cirl High is the recipient of this chairman. Please cbntact Mesdames -
culation of 500 copies and four year's Leonard L. Abess Awardin Sheba Martin, Albertha
In June of this used In New York
year a prayer cages to a publication of 24 to the field of human relations. Edwards or Louise Bradley Immediately -
States' public schools was declared to be a violation of 32 standard pages, with the The ward, granted by the and select one of these

the Constitu'tion. This prayer, however, was one drawn largest circulation of any weekly Florida regional office of the states. When the states roll Is
New York state officials.The published below the Mason. Anti-Defamation League of called we want each one to W
t i up by I Dixon line, Negro or White. B'nal B'rith, is bestowed "upon representedYour

high court will soon DC considering a Pennsylvan.i .,I Funeral services will be held I to that have individual distinguished who is deemed himself support Is needed.

ia law requiring Bible reading in :public schools 'and a Paturdav, Oct. 13 at noon at beyond all others during the Last Sunday a crowded

t case from Baltimore where Bible reading and saying the Grace will P. E.be Church.conducted The services the- course of the past year, In mak church enjoyed the 11 am. ser
by ing meaningful the vice with the R"v. Theodore
I Lord's Prayer take place daily. rector, the Rev. Richard B. Mar the brotherhood of man concept, under of Jones of New York City as

-." tin.The the fatherhood of God" I celebrant and preacher. Fr.
Jot 'seems to us that today we need more Bible reading family of the deceased Past recipients include Jones left on Monday for New

...ntl more reciting of the Lord's Prayer than '*e ever did, requested that flowers be omitted Governor LeRoy Collins former and York. He expects to return to
and that Instead contribu. the Incarnation In November
:not less I Ions be made to Camp Eleanor the late Abe Aronovitz a for
mer mayor of Miami.
Communism. Is Young. Named after Mr. Young's
Many schools are teaching about
late first wife, who died In 1916, ST PAUL A.M.E. CHURCH
this more important than Bible reading? Is it more important the camp I is Jointly

than saying the Lord's Prayer? Hunton Branch YMCA Phyllis Rev. T. C. Kelley Jr., pastor
Wheatley Branch YWCA and Mrs. Lee Cray, reporter
We are certain the majority of Americans: do not the Girl Scouts. The missionaries were In

believe it is. Mr. Young's Immediate survivors charge of the 5th Sunday ser-
*. are his widow, Mrs vice. Rev. Crowell delivered the
In Florida our schools 'are allowed to recite theLord's Josephine Moseley Young; two missionary sermon. Usher
Prayer, and to do some Bible reading, although as W.; three grand children, P. 27th anniversary with Rev.
certain religious observances have been banned Bernard III, David C. and Mill- Green and his congregation In
cent Marguerite Young, and a charge': the service The vai'Ious I-
Let us hope that the high court will find that the great grandchild, Elizabeth J, usher boards of the city and

; Constitution is not being violated' by Bible reading and Young. The. last named lives In I the Southland Singers participated ,
Flushing N.Y., the others' in the
1 !! on program. They
saying the Lord's Prayer.IN Norfolk. Bernard Jr. is editor'n wish to thank everyone for

chief of the Journal and helping them raise a total of
GOD WE TRUST -- fiuide.anfKThomas Is its presi! $340.03.

M S ,- dent and general manager. 1CREDITII I I Sunday was the first time the
At Howard University In Holy Communion was administered -
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKIn Washington, D. C. Mr. Young In our new church Choir
1 served for 23 years on the No. 2 was In charge of the mus

In last week's Notebook naming Negro Bishops in chairman hoard of trustees of the executive five years committee as TERMS I sionaries ic Sunday held morning.their The mis ,I

the 'IEpiscopal Church, we inadvertently'omitted the name and six years as chair. meeting Sunday afternoon regular Mrs. (

of 'the Rt. Rev. Henry B. \Delay, Suffragan Bishop of man of the board. Upon retiring Mary Branham Club will sponsor -
he
; North Carolina. was made an honorary a tea Sunday afternoon at
j I trustee for life. AVAILABLE the church parsonage In the

We also said that Bishop Holly served in 'his native Five him colleges have bestowed interest of Woman's Day. The
upon honorary degrees of chairman of
land. The fact is that Haiti the French-speaking Negro Doctor of Humane Letters or I when your A.M.E. Church I E. Robinson,Woman's is sponsoring Day Mrs a

Republic' in the Caribbean, established its own native Doctor of Laws. They are: Shaw buy Officially Approved Chit, Chew Tea Sunday Oc:.

t church in the last century under the leadership of the Rt. I PULPIT GOWNS 1 21 Our at the church.

I Rev. James Theodore Holly : American priest who sick members :lrRe: ,'.
,, an Masons Observe CHOIR ROBES Cooper and Mrs. Mack. Please
to |
settled in Haiti with number\ of emigrants from the UNIFORMSCHURCH I visit them with a word of cheer.

United States in +the first year of the.;-Civil War. Zerrubbabel Day I FURNITURE I J

In 1871 this church 'appealed to the House of Bishopsto Other Church Supplies NEW PROVIDENCERev.

provide Episcopal supervision and the Rev. J. T, Holly October 14 B g C. J.
consecrated from reliable jj jjI Burney, pastor
was bishop. Mrs. Claudia
I Wilson,
f reporter
__ Dade The. Royal'Hrnwnrd Arch Masons of I We had a great time all
and Monroe day
I Upon mS death in lyil, his mission work had placed --
SANDIA Sunday. We also
Counties, will celebrate the an are expected to
the Haitian congregations on such a" firm footing that nual Zerrubbabel Day, Sunday have a fine time throughout this

they became an Episcopal ,Missionary District, and one afternoon, Oct. 14 In Miami. CHURCH week. Sunday afternoon will to
our
of the' strongest of all overseas missions The parade will begin at 2 SUPPLE\ d and dedication.visitors All of our friends
are welcome.
1(11( f *< p.m. from in front of the Masonic Con
h IMIIIII 'V 'nr" rr I tinue in
Temple, 1742 NW 3rd ave. COMPANY I prayer for our sick.

and will proceed to St. James

The Miami Herald's staff writer Juanita Greene is Baptist Church, NW 14th St. I OffIClal rid..n-.1' '!'.."_." M.thodut. MT. HERMON A. M. E.
iJ writing a series of articles on Negro life in Dade County near 3rd Ave., where a special Autnonty- "- -- ;' -tu'.n .7UpPIIK by III
I She deals with program will Its held in observance I and Office; w Bunops Council l n Rev. S. L. Gay, pastor
integration of
life
family housing, in fact, of the occasion. The Rev. Public Relation.. H "The Church
is "
every phase of life. John L. Johnson A.M.E.CHURCH Marching on.
pastor of St. I BENEFITS FROM I This Is the title of one of the
James will deliver the sermonon YOUR PURCHASES I patriotic songs of the
Her first hand stories AME
are interesting and informative the occasion. Church. And it
can well be
They should be read by all concerned. The celebration is being sponsored I, WRITE TODAY I to the Mt. Hermon AME applied -

by the Royal Arch Masons Church In Opa-Iocka Our new
1 I- of District 4, which comprises I FOR building, of which we have talk-
the lower east coast of ed for some time Is now being
Another adult education center will open during the state of Florida, working I MINISTER R built. Our dreams have become
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this month at the George Washington Carver School in under the protection of the FREE Gown a reality.

Coconut Grove. Most Worshipful Union Grand I OFFER I The ladles of the church are

Lodge of Florida and Jurisdic .nd. FREE now planning! for our fifth annual -

Cairl W. Rhetta, formerly co-ordinator at the Northwestern tion., Free Prince and Hall Accepted affiliate Masons of. ( to lnclud CATALOG.the name B and* sure adI be Woman Day, which Is to
,
center, will !be WMS of your church tonthcr M celebrated on Sunday, Oct.
principal of this night school.] which the Illustrious Rudolph own name 21. Mt. Hermon
Bradley Is the Grand Master. I 11your and ad- ladles will present
of the
Elementary and Secondary courses will be offered. All Royal Arch Masons, mem EASY !I Ideals of South highest Florida.Christian We have

So will business courses, typing, shorthand, bookkeeping, bers of the Masonic Family I TERMS eloquent speakers for bot h
sewing and cooking. other fraternal organs and FOR I morning and evening. On our
their ladies' auxiliaries, and the program will be
some of
}fllere' is another. opportunity for improvement, or to public is invited. I A.M.E MEMBERS I best talented women of our our

oif'education right at door Fred Alexander grand high area. We Invite you to come and
get your and one that will not I
priest; Alfred Coakley, state :ANDIACHURftu, .i ..-co. 1 be with us in the church that is
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Interfere with:,work. There is little reason for young or deputy; Carey P. Bentley, dis .t. 131m moving on.

; older people who can do so to neglect taking advantage trict deputy and president; John IIfFi iir.q I Watch this page next week

i of /t.. \; S.: Williams, secretary high "" WASHINGTON 2.Dee. for the announcements of chairman
priest council. co-chairman as well as
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!, tryouts pine students qualified TIlE lnAlt'IlIES

I and were admitted to the ad MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1962 PAGE 5I

I I I1ft vance classes. They are Aletha ..._ -------.--. '-'

.. .. .i< I McQueen, cello; Kinsley Bamble, I ... I
I ..(1.', II'I cello; Jonn Samuels, bass viol;
vf \ ., .,' C ''11'I Carolyn Hines, Betty Bland,

e i S -1: \flU .: 1l ? Lillian Cleare, Winifred Sands,
(t ':tr Patricia Me artney, Dorothy
\ ) ; a, ,, McGhaney all of whom play the

,., .4s .' n '".. 71t violin. Dorothy McGhaney:
' at t
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u. l' the theory '
\ ; ,.. ;,. 'r .. scored 100 percent on ,
,.,' test.
l '"' ..: ......... By UtTTII N. POLITE The Band Ttnnstpra!:! nf North 4nt tY dld ;

SCRAPBOOK GEMS. I' Will richest-: .)blessings continue to Dade 1 IRJ-an organization which ____

lift up mine eyes unto, the hills. II be 'showered upon you and fu : has rendered to this financial They assistance are r-1: i' t _

From whence cometh my help? tune.. generations yet unborn. : looking forward group.to their annual
rrr '. "
My help cometh from the Lord i iI
r' drive. Mr, Charles D. Wyche Is
b which L- ,
made #heaven and earth.. fir t
school.
I of the
the principal
\y He will not suffer thy foot,, to NORTH DADE HIGH School's .
I'M be moved; he that keepeth : Orchestra and its Products. *

thee will not slumber. Behold, Dade enjoys the distinction
I North ABOUT PEOPLE find Things I $
he that keepeth Israel shall' of having In! operation the The ALGONQUINS had their I :: ; \

neither slumber nor sleep. The only full orchestra in any of meetly of the year at the home
Lord ds thy keeper; the Lord Is the high schools located in pre. of BENNY O'BERRY on Tuesday II '.'
thy shade upon thy right hand. dominately Negro neighbor evening CHARLES HIGGS's
The sun shall not smite thee by hoods. At one time this school the president of the group .
" 1 day, nor the moon by night. had the only full orchestra in The Cwest Club had Its first
The Lord shall preserve thee such school in the South.As the the homeof : ..
of
any meeting year at : \ ."l'
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,, from all evil; He shall pre the pul/licity of their pre Mrs S. M. FRAZIER. Mrs J. : ., : : ) .
serve thy soul. The Lord shall sentations and performanceswere : ". r I' ;) -.. 'II. I r',
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T. MOORE of Hot Springs, Ark. ./ t I
preserve thy going out and thy brought to the attentionof was guest of honor. She is hereas : '.I ; J '. ...1 ,. ...,.'.I t. .
coming In from this time forth those in musical circles and house guest of the Fraziers .)": ," : ) ,'
and even forevermore. Psalm the public generally; other '; .< 1 ," Ii'I'
. At the mortgage burning 'i : '
121. and far have or. i.r ::
schools near reremonw of The Church of The ,
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process of or Open Door, the one and the only }:e,.'", ,.: '. .'';i:1A : ', .:: .' '
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FAMILY PORTRAIT OF THE I ganizingosiimilare aggregations. Or. KELSEY L. PHARR servo v. ....', .", ,(,, \., .ti\\, 'iji;:"1'' (.'" "!:.."....' ', ',. .' ''I'.' v...; ...' '.
\I> J.i. j
COX WEEK of 2551 Rev. NW and 47th Mrs.St.JOEL They I The man behind and respon od as master of ceremonies. .. .I, "J,, >\:" '''1 'I".f't. 1\" ;14'ti.. 'M :' I"'f'" :,. ':... .: ,. '' ,?

came to Miami: from the Bahamas sible for this musical innova We are very sorry to hear of ;;',, ".l: 'l., 't\ ,. \ .; \\(*' 1
in 1920, and were caught tion Is JAMES H. McCALL, the death of THELMA NORTH'Suncle ." '. 1'k\ :,;' JdIIi.'..i. !! ,
in the tide of the land "boom" band and orchestra director. He William Henry Byrd ,',,'"'1'. .!."., ...I,,-.. .....,-......., ..-....'r'\.oO.-r ,--,'---" -"" -'-..'" .I
development After retrieving is a graduate of Chicago Conservatory Special birthday greetings to
Above are photos of a recently officers and men from the
Univ. An as
Depaul
losses they had sustained in "Mr. PTA" STANLEY NEW-
Division at
their own family'1I'OUps, they sistant has not been providedfor BOLD He will be 19 going on married and happy couple. Army Columbus Engineering Ga. The
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were married in 1926. him. Perhaps this is due to 39. This gentleman Is to be congratulated They are Lt. Samuel L-., Gay of fully uniformed and men performed werp
factors beyond the control of ; for the type and Miami and Mrs. Eleanor Washington with acces
beautifully Army
Religious in nature. thv became and other administrators
the principal
length of service he has render. Gay of Tuscaloosa, Ala. sories.
active in the religious life Be this as It may, this ed to the children of Dad e The beautiful wedding took
of the community Thev Identified has not lessened his effort and County. place ,at the bride's home townIn The bride wore a striking:
themselves with the interest in this all importanttime Elizabeth Church gown of white organza with i
Church of God of Prophecy. consuming project. One Phyllis Wheatley PTA is having where the she held membership.Baptist lace trimmings. The bridesmaids
Rev. Cox was pastor of the 'finds Mr. McCall on duty at its guest speaker, OTIS I wore dresses of gold colored or.
Brownsville branch for 12 years. I 7 o'clock each morning with JAMES at thMr regular meeting The setting was wonderful.The ganza with lace trimmings. And
He also served as the first I I those pupils who are sufficient. Oct. 15 The little lady who church is a new structure of of course the groom wore a
state secretary; for the A. B. M. ly interested to gain extra IB seen around town is a new which th c center, aisle was white military suit.
and S. 0. P. A. Movement In technique in manlplation of comer to the area. She is Miss draped with beautiful ivy vines. The bride I is the daughter of
the church for 15 years. Since I their instrument. lIe even utilizes ANNIE B. McGRIFF, an energetic The stunnnlng colors of dahlias Mr and Mrs. Frank Washing
1948 Mrs. Cox has served as : his alloted planning per Zeta who is studying at St. grown in Alabama surrounded ton of Tuscaloosa The groom
State Secretary for the Wo- iod for the benefit of develop Francis Hospital to become a the lovely vinedrapedarch h the son of Rev and Mrs. S. L.
man's Missionary Band Presently ing or polishing the orchestral registered medical technician I before which the couple Gay of this city,
she travels form Key skills he knows his pupils will Dade County was well represented stood for the most impressive
West to Tallahassee. In addition I be required to use in their per at the Leadership Conference ceremony performed by the pas Rev and Mrs. Gay and the
to church work Rev. and formances. lie does not receive held at FAMU last tor, Rev I{. T. Christopher.The family motored to Alabama To
Mrs. Cox have successfully supplemental for these week. MARIAN SHANNON and witness the beautiful affair. Re.
serves EDNA DeVEAUX served as re wedding was a military freshments were served In the
jrulded, their four children Into extra-timed This Is a
arena of good. citizenship. They dedicated man to Ills chosen corders. Keynote speakers were ;affair, There were many of the, basement of the church.

are. contributing members to profession and to the develop. Dr THOMAS D. BAILEY
the life of the city. Their children ment and education of youth .. .. ....
state of Florida Public Instruc ------ -- ------ -
: the medium of this NHS Choral GroupAt
are through particular tion; DANIEL IL. BYRD,, ssis-
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DR. STANLEY T. COX a reg. facet fruit.of music which has tant director of> teacher information Phil Ossofer Says Antioch Oct. 21
istered pharmacist and ownerof "borne and security and NEA's 'I

the Service Drug Store located The following I 114 evidence of THELMA DAVIS. __._.-.......____.-..-...-._ I I The Northwestern High EnIsemble .
on northwest Third Ave. be In
his work from 1957 when North 'f" \ I will presented a
and Thirteenth St. Dr. Cox is into being to On a number of occasions I concert at Antioch Baptist
Dade up
a graduate of Xavier University 1962 .came, six short years! Here HOW OLD ARK YOU? Mrs. have written of Armaggedonand Church NW 29th ave. and tGth
and a member of Phi Beta Rachel Coleman James Reeves, St. on Sunday. Oct. 21 fit 3 n.m.
then Is a list of the students on of Its presence In the world
Sigma fraternity. He is marriedto Arthur L. Evans will direct
in col Wardell V. Fulton Jr., Oct. 10; time
schplarshlps or playing today. This is truly the of
the former Eugeneal De- WILLIE Doris Harden, Oct. 12; Marsha the group in songs by Handel,
lege organizations: ((1)) the end, the end of hate, prejudice
Veaux Dlllard Univ. ,
( ) They Mozart and Bruckner all traditional
LAWRENCE, head precusslon- Evans! Daniel McPhaul Jr., Lacey and violence. See how all
have one son, Reubin. spirituals! will also be
H. Drayton. .Marian H. Shan
sides
1st at Bcthune Cookman College are taking ; including certain
Mrs. WINIFRED COX BEA- rendered. Soloists will Include
part scholarship; ((3)) CHAS. non, Sharon Williams, Shar- clergymen and so-called r.
CHAM, Howard University Alice Day, Sandra Fox, Diane
SWEETING, tympanist at ayeen L. Brown, David Byth- llglous! churchgoers who blindly .
graduate, is the registrar at wood, Spry R. Nathaniel believe that are follow Reed and Tyrone Seymour.
scholarship 1)avisi they
art ; (3))
Junlor Senior Choir No. 1 and
North Dade High Is
WILLIAM KELLY the BradweA, Oct. 11; Enid Curtis ers of God.Remember. sponsor
plays
School. She is a member of Johnson Cathy A. Coachman Rev J. W. Stevens Is pastor of
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Iota Phi Lambda Sorority. Her full scholarship at Dade Johnny Mae Perry, Oct. 15; Er. those who crucified Antioch. .
husband Is Petro Beacham, a Junior College; ((4)) BERNARD rol Mizel, Oct. 1Gt/ Charlie Bloom, Christ thought they were
Johnson C. Smith graduate. God's will.
acting
Wai- THOMAS solo trumpet, fullHcholanhip Ida T. Ratcliffe, Oct. 17; Dr. J. segregationists chosen God's way. Well, Jesus
have
They one daughter, Racial sincerely
line Renee. at Dade Junior Col. K. Johnson, Earl Finley, Agnes believe fighting the said that we would bo known
they are
'lese; (5)) EDITH SANDERS, 'lenderson, Bessie Owens, Theo anti-Christ by our fruits. "A good tree can
Mrs. MAEBELL WILSON is clarinet; ((6)) JOHN JOHNSON, dore Robinson, i 4 Marvin Hen not bring forth evil fruit, neither
a secretary at Dunbar Elemen saxaphone, both students at don, Carl Bethel Oct. 18; Annie I marvel at the* audacity of can a corrupt tree bring
tary School. She and her husband Oade JC; JAMES KING recelv- Mae Jackson, Katie Mae Burt, those who are battling racial forth .iood; fruit. (Matt. 7:17: )
Arthur, have three sons, d! a scholarship from the Univ. Mable! Ann Hurt, Oct. 19; John and: religious unity Imagine The good fruit is our love
ArthurJr., Barry and James. )f Miami, but was unable to accept Braynon, Alice: T, Evans, Dr. the Governor. of Mississippi{ for one another which ennl/ei:
NORMAN COX, the youngest the offer )??cause of gen. Howard Hadley, Oct. 20; Ella M. praying that God forgive us to become Christ's disciple
child, is band director at Smith ral financial barriers; ((8)) Wyche, Mayola Wade, Alroy A. those who hare thwarted us The evil fruit Is the bitter
Brown High School in Arcadia. JOHN SAMUELS won a nation. Poole, Oct. 21. Congratulations satanic plan to perpetuate fruit of hate which is savored: '!
Norman Is a graduate of FAMU il string scholarship and was and Happy Birthday greetings I white supremacy There a r u only by those who fear unity
and the famous "Marching Ane gent to the fourth American to each of you! none so blind aA those who will I and equality.
Hundred." Federation of Musicians Con. I not see. I Yes, Armaggedon is here. By
the children graduates our actions, by our word, and
All of are Tress which convened on the THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK :
Washington I is here. We by our silence, we are
of Booker T of Michigan University Armaggedon are even
High School. campus'or eight weeks. lie distinguish but Age does upon not depend temperament upon years and, i all girding for battle, and bothides 1 I choosing sides for the final

The life of Rev. and MM. Cox ed himself and brought glow health. Some persons are born ) are sure that they have battle.
bring to mind the following Dade in the .
to North High playIng )ld, and some never grow old.
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line from Proverbs 3123: and of both the viola and the

28: "Her husband is known In 10u?aphone. John is in the sen HAPPY,HAPPY
the gates, when he sltteth' for class this year. ANNIVERSARY Greetings are Jaunita T.. CampbellLOCATED
the elders of the land.
among
Her children arise up, and In addition to the above the', extended to Mr. and Mrs. James AT
Reid their 7th anniversary
"Jim" on
of Miami is conductIng
husband
blessed her University
call her ;
Oct. 11 Mr. and Mrs.
also, and he pralseth her." classes in theory and : CHARMETTE BEAUTY SALON
G Mizell Oct. 17 Mr. and
Earl
God's strings. This class is held on : ;
Congratulations May Service for discriminating ladies
Complete Beauty
their every Saturdayfor Mrs. Robert I E. Jones, Oct. 20;
two campus hours. There are only Mr. and Mrs. Alphonso Harmon NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS

four students to a class. In the I Oct. 21.
2 More Try To 4 .

Get in "Ole Miss" BUILT HOME OPKRATORHELIZABETH 7 ,
NEW CUSTOM ;
I. :
Dewey Greene 21, of Greenwood : CEAHOR "
monthly payments
Miss and student at Jack Low down payment Low

Fon State Negro College, saidtoathe SEVERAL MODEM TO CHOOSE FROM CATHERINE BROOKS _
has applied for entrance :
University of MlsslsslpP All bedrooms and 2 full bath rooms ti err t' Ya .,,rp

Sunday 2 to 6 p.tn.
Greene an Army veteran, is Open Phone 691.947tJUANITA 4

the third Negro known to have In Beautiful Richmond Heights

applied for admission Alfranette to Bra-Ole ", 14970 Thru 15100 Flllmort Street
Miss Last week
cy,197a majorette at Jackson ORA D. TAYLOR, AGENT 75W221 T. CAMPBELL

State/ said she tiled l er application NIGHTS UN 5-8726 Owner and Proprietor
during tSe> summer. DAYS 667.6984

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Gene FQllmer-Dick TigerTV y 3t



Title Bout At Capitol .! I;
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Miami fight fans will hay? an will undoubtedly see more of

. opportunity to see the J5 rqund the fistic! action than those who
international middle weight have ringside seats at the scene
champion bout between: champion In Candlestick Park This fight i'r' e:
Gene will not be seen on home TV
Fullmer of West ,Jor
dan, Utah and Dick Tigers the 4 ) '
challenger from Lagos, Nigtria,
The Capitol TheAtre will present FAMU Alumni Plan
the fight via large screen
closed circuit television direct
from Candlestick Park, ,San HomecomingBus
Francisco, next Tuesday, Oct. t NV
10 at '9:3O: pm. Trip

All seats are reserved! ; tickets
Come along with the FloridaA
priced at._$3. ..Including tax, are
now On 13ale at the box offices and M Alumni on their tripto t
of the Capitol Rltz, Center land, homecoming Saturday, Nov. ,
the Ace Theatres. 3. Tickets are available at

Local fans who reserve seats North's Travel Bureau Get :
for this championship mptch yours now. Price $17 roundtrip .

See the big game, Floridavs.

North Carolina A and T. t '
The bus will leave from Carver
: Bunche Lanes, YMCA Nov. 2 at 8 p.m

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rolled a 107( last week How IIV"" r ---- .u _. .w.urw.
about that, Margaret? See what ---.-- - First integrated bowling and Ills lovely wife, the gioup.
you can do If you keep trying. I In the Falstaff League and "that league, in the south gets off toa took over a few of tho lanes
stint the Miami Trim-
LOOK! LOOK! ain't hamburgers," .Kit great Authority UN' Senior League mid then proceeded to Iwo

rolls off at IMn-Lnml Lanvs JU-7: such n Rood' time they me plan
On Sunday, Oct 14, corn one All bowlers who bowl at I ring to make this a weekly get
come all to the fabulous Bunche Bunche Lanes on Monday night, NW 30th Ht, together,
Lanes and see the Falstaff Oct. 15 will receive a pass good Tommy Jackson, our head Shown hero displaying perfect
Traveling League in action. Bea for three free games for ,any mechanic rolled a 183 average ,boiling form are (left) Joe Hhonn In the Insert checkingout
spectator and give the league I other night. last Sunday, at Ml Club, yet Sheppuid and Maya Jtooiic, ut the desk at Tin-Land> an
your moral support. The best The Church of the Open Door left to right, )Ir. and<< Mrs. Toil
bowlers from Dade and Brow Couple mint at I'InJand for n Blue and Mr. and l\h'II.! Tim Mil-
ard Counties are competing. All Cyril Miller bowls Vern Saunders Metro Recreation Departmentunder howling' party Saturday eveningLed Until Large photo by 1)111 Ty.
are welcome and It's free, Sunday a pro of TV fame: at the supervision of Wale by president, Tim 'JlUUltH4 her
Oct. 14. Bunche Lanes on Oct. 28 at 1 ter Cambridge, started their --

Ken Kimberlin, one of the pm Come out and support Cyril league play on Tuesday Ten INSURANCE, FOR
teams of children roll dally. AUTOMOBILE
traveling directors of the All "II:' will need all the support
More about this league next
he can get"Not
State Bowling Association re week. ALLup
turned to Miami last week to
look the bowling situation over. to 30% SAVINGS FOR CAREFUL
He was quite pleased with the only can Bolfby Hall run Don't forget, come out Mon DRIVERSALSO
Job of promotion that Don that snack bar, but he can [run day night and bowl and get a
Blando and Cyril Miller are that bowling ball down the : pass: for three free games at. ASSIGNED RISKS WRITTEN
doing at Bunche Lanes. lanes. lie is over averaging: I Bunche Lanes. COMPLETE INSURANCE'SERVltt:

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The Open Challenge to all 7
Houston & Inc.
" bowlers for singles, doubles or Mays,

team,,matches shows that we CIRCUIT r GENE 1401 N.W 3rd Ave. Ph. 373-3711
are on the ball and that'sbowling
WallSpeaking .. : % mim mmm ..JImU: D.jIm., to 12 noon-Mon., Thin I'll."

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of bowling balls, s i. :
how about visiting our Pro '
Shop and buying yourself your
owp ball on the lay-away plan.


Bowl, Bowl, Girls. To improve
your figure' bowl. To
hold your figure, bowl. Then
you have your figure under con j4 1
trol bowl for relaxation and
.H'ort. Come out and join t 1 1
ladies club on Tuesday right OdA ,'
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Free instructions.
NO HMI WDICK s RL,

Hail, ) this King of the TIGER '

Hill, Fred Mason.'i Ibis majesty. TVf$ AY NIGHT
like have
would to some competition yl" ,
So all you men bowlers OCTOBER 16i! '" CHALLIHGIA nn
who want to win some cash 141
prizes and compete for the I
crown call 724-1433. Finals will CAPITOLTHEATRE All Seats' ItenervrdA I
be played on Sunday at 8 p.m. Tickets. Now on Sale

Lillie Belle Collins, one of I /
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THE MIAMI TIMES Weekly Story Hours What's Hapenning Woman Dies

UAGE 8 MIAM, ) I KIIA,_8ATURDAYt'OCTOUEK:.13, 1962
At Dixie LibraryThe Around SunlightThe
After
Drinking .
,
i. annual story hour seasonat week of October'8, begun
the Dixie Park branch libraryof with the first rehearsal for' tile
the Miami Public Library upcoming graduation of Sunlight Rust Remover,
OPL'NYOUIt began on Thursday, Oct. 11. School of Beauty Culture.
The story programs will be held Practice will begin promptlyeach Mrs. Mary. Norman. 23. of
each Thursday through April Monday evening at 7:30: 5850 NW 15th ave., died Tuesday
nOORS AND' p.m. at the school.To afternoon after drinking a cup
25.At the opening session boys become highlighted on the of rust remover. Her husband,
UR and( girls watching the lightingof advantages and opportunities Clarence, told police his wife
Y HEARTS. the story hour candle and oumignt has to offer, tune In thought she was drinking water.
.. listening to tales told by Miss jn Wi\iHM radio station each ol Miami police reported Wed
TRICKS H. M. Dorset, branch librarian. the following days: Sunday between nesday they were' investigating
The second program will feature 3.45 to 4 p.m., Mondaysand the death to determine if it was
40 ," Mrs. Rose F. Byrd, child Fridays, 5.45 to 6 p.m. Mrs. "an accident, suicide or what"
\
\ ,ren's librarian, as storyteller.Mrs. the
AND "1I ,::' Moncur, an instructor from
Byrd will tell: The Horned school: will speak. For more In:
Woman, East of The Sun and
formation call or visit the HOLLYWOOD.MOVIE .
West of The Moon and Smokey. school.
TREATS 2 Future story hour programs,
will feature guest story tellers, The follpwlng names of per STAR
films and puppet shows. sons are running for the highest ,..'
FORE? Story Hour is held from 4 to nonor the school bestows upon
olC '5 in the story hour room of the .one, that of Miss Sunlight for Seeks Cook
library. The branch Is locatedat 1963, they are Leola Carr, Ver (Female)
350 NW 13th St I nell Brooks, Carmen Nelson,
Mickey Riggins, Albertha Rig
gins, Daisy Gourdine, Ruby Apply at Once
H Smith and Rose Wilkerson.'
Good luck to all.
WorldWideEmployment
a Correction. We will worship
WORLD'SCHILDREN Sunday, Oct. 21 at Mt. Olivette Agency
Baptist Church, 1450 NW 1st Ct.
I Instead of Mt. Zion Baptist. All
1307 NW
3rd Ave.
are cordialy Invited to attend.

I I .i Rose Wilkerson
FR 3-5755'
app'd Patricia Mitchell

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What Is UNICEF? "Living Service for the Living"


For many of our readers, cures costing $1 for the whole

,j UNICEF Is best known as three-year treatment have givena
Danny Kaye's favorite public new lease on life to over 700-
service project, and the sourceof 000 children and mothers suffering
their best liked Greeting from leprosy. In 1961 .
cards. They also know that alone, about 30 million childrenand
through the Trick or Treat program mother s were protected ,
1 our children here in Dade from malaria and 5.5 million
I County and in some 11,000 oth- children benefitted from supple
er American communities Iden mentary feeding programs. r
tify themselves with the prob- Facts and figures such as these
lems of their less fortunate contemporaries explain how the UNICEF I
Airman First Class John L.
In other parts of
I Trick or Treat program, which Glass Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.
the world.
originated in 1950 with a collect John L. Glass Sr., of 1307 NW I
Oscar L.
tion of $36, has grown to the Range Funeral HomeM.
What Is perhaps less well 5th ave, is now a member of
I known Is the actual UNICEF point where last fall the small the 305th OMS of the United
I story the vital and somewhat and coins dropped Into our selfless States Air Force and stationedat : Athalie Range, Owner N, Patrick Range, Mgr.
overwhelming work performedby enthusiastic children's orange Bunker Hill Air Force Base 5727 N.W. 17th Avenue
the United Nations Child and black collection car- in Peru, Indiana.A .
ren's Fund through over 400 tons totalled $2 million It would 1960 graduate of Booker T. OX 1-0131 OX 1-4343
projects In more than 100 com Indeed be difficult to ring door Washington High School, Glass, ...
munities. bells l for a more worthwhile who has been In the service for
purpose, or tc devote the fun two and one-half years, will :;; :;; .;..;. :;; :;; $: :;; :;; :;; :;; ::: :: :;; .;: :: -=-
UNICEF makes Its plans with of Halloween to' a more vital transfer to England Oct. 19 fora.touc --
the advice of the World Health I' caulj.--. of duty.
Organization, the Food and.Agriculture 1 --
Organization, the UN LI B-CITY

the Bureau UN of Educational Social Affairs Scientificand and 1 j' The personaj story b.h1oA a sex survey

Cultural Organization.
These agencies are usually re
DRIVE
sponsible for finding the expert 1I. 1// IN THEA THE
help for the first critical yearsof
a new program. All projectsare 1r ox 1.7959 22nd Ave.. and 69th St.
run by the aided govern- r
ments, who must eventually KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK(KKKKKKKKKK!iKKKKx dKKxKKKKI'

continue them at their own
cost but without UNICEF's NOW! First ;.Showing in, Miami


never I. t FTNK( 9I
UNICEF Health Services in' g.
elude the provision of suppliesfor
networks of material and I I 1
child health centers, as part of
a country's general health or rwL
ganization. These centers pro-
vide such services as prenataland
post natal checkups, deliv ; f :
ery cares, home visits, distribution -
of diet supplements sick Starring Ephram Zimbalist'Jr, Jane Fonda
and well baby clinics, and Im },
munization. It also Includes projects ITZ THEATRE J
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NOW
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for the improvement of en-
vironmental sanitation and uro-
Infants the. care of premature ---- .--... rwII __
and the Improvementof i. N4 j
handicapped children.
$50 CASH
Disease Control projects are .
f assisted Vy UNICEF especially _Payments like rent. 1 or 2 bedroom. Move in today.

for those diseases taking a No qualifying.
heavy toll In child mortality
and sickness, and for which prevention --o-
or mass treatment is
possible tuberculosis, mala New! New! New!

ria, yaws, leprosy, trachoma. $995 DOWN $25 WEEK Ii-
Most of the campaigns are on
a large scale and must be car 3 bedroom CBS, 2 tile baths, built in stove. Lovely
ried on continuously or until
successful completion (yaw I home in Manor park area. Call to see. I .

has been .eradicated in Haiti, -oCompare-
Mexico is virtually free of ma' .
laria.) Control is' eventually this buy

nent maintained health through services.the) perma $9,500 TOTAL- $990 DOWN iiiiirlllIlS MIlD I DDlBfla GII. GlllII...EqlMMYwlli..r.

So far anti-tuberculosis va- I 3-bedroom CBS, jalousied Fla. room, large kitchen, adJRIlIiii1ia. : TICINCCLCS'.
cine costing I UNICEF one cent partly furnished. Payments Ie. than M.rq AlwAm *hl6..
A
i rent. must
has
child already been usedto '
per Immunize over 150 million le L Ho MS pndtf IS will h admitted Mint ICCO IPIftItd by M tduiL |

t children and teenagers. Penicillin -0-
: shots at 5 cents each have
cured about 20 million children SHOWN AT 7:04 AND 10:30
/' and mothers of yaws, a crip-I TRIO REALTY '
pling-disease Antlbotic Intmentfor
treatment of trachoma and 801 N.W. 54th Street The Last Gurnnan
,
acute sonJunctivitis at 20 cents J]

per t>erson.t)has saved from possible -i PL 9.8372 PL 9-5455 NE 5-8745
blindtiMs,about 10 million I SHOWN AT 9:20
children an ?the. Sulfone' LL ,...
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: STARS AND MORE\STARS.

Sports;World Over : '" 'L ... ,. --11'\\\''' '

JESCA GOES TO 11 N LAND r.ru AT CLYDE KILLENS t "V:

Pinland Bowling: Lanes en ;

tertajned the. James E. Scott
Community Association children
.oiTJVlondav and, Tuesday .KNIGHT BEATTONITE
aftemopn after school. '
Bo.wling instructions were I
given by -the Finland two com
petent"instructor's on Monday. TOMORROW AND
Johnny Stoner. tools the class

through and the on first Tuusciay grades' Arfiliie ofbowling Sunday, October 12 13 14

"Pops" Taylor taught the abc's
of the game.

NEW SPONSORS SWELL
LIST
Finland Ban urn League i Is t \ i
'
gaining sponsors dally. New
additions to the list are Range .
Funeral Home, Silvers Grocery, V Q1"r 1 k A 11 Aa
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The House of Albeit; Palm
Park Market, 18th Ave. Valet
Shop and Square Deal General
Store.

EXCELSIOR LEAGUE

STANDINGSNews
Realty and] Ha gun and
Fonda are tied for first placein
the nip and tuck Excelsior
League over at Ml Lanes. The
fourth week of the season left
standings in this order.

Team W L Av. I
News Realty 9 3 .853
Hagan & Fonda ,9 3 .829 j 55
Carriage Club 8 4 .814 Rat r -
Olympics 7 5 .844 r r ,
Am. Furn. TV 75 .785 r ::...
Miami Times 6 6 755 From the Hong Kong Dynasy to find Pi vue No 4:: Be sure "DOCTOR
12th Frame Hihats 5 7 .861 : Shop collection, Ebonv rash to bring,: Woth parts of your tic- PIANO GOOD' RED
FEEL
Hot Shoppe 5 7 .734Jenny's 'on Fair model, Ann Porter, ket to the auditorium!! Remem
Dept St. 4 8 .801 wears satin lounging outfit with ber both parts of the ticket are
St. Clair's Cafe 0 12 .791 ;rcen and gold embroidery high .1 necessary, .. AND THE INTERNS
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Team single game high: Ha. :ightlng the hip-length slit dress. r -. ( ., .
gan and Fonda Terrazzo 962; '. "You Got The Right String But The Wrong Yo-Yo"
News Realty 940; 12th FrameHi FASHION FAIR ) F, "S.\;
Hats 925. 0 "Let's Have a Good Time Tontte" ,
Team 3-game high: Hagan and
2659 REVUE NO. 3 ""'- -
Fonda 2686; 12th Frame ; .
2651.Individual .
Olympics
single game: Albert This prevue outfit has a silt ." PLUS AN ALL-STAR SHOW
Bryant 238; Willie Nichol.son hat really goes a long uay : 4 ;. ; .
232; Johnny White 225. :Likewise all of Ebony Fashion' 1 .
Individual 3-game high: Albert !?alr will go a long; way In male-
Bryant 630; Willie Nicholson ng October 21 a memorable Admission: Fri. & Sun. $150
629; J. Harvey and Wilton wening of 1962, /
Cox 600. Freda DeKnlght, fashion crll'or Saturday ;$2.00
Averages 180 : of Ebony, spent several
Smith 189; Albert Bryant 188; 'veclcs In quest of the fabrics
James - - .......- - .. ....
Willie Nicholson 18G; nd style of the lands she visit.'d. "
Blackmon 185 and James Mitchell !. Along with these will be
180. ncluded many original crea- _
EXCELSIORETTESORGANIZED Ions of well known designers.If 8?: s; s NM Pi -mIJJ.N4.: MATINEE
you recall, even one scene J
:of the 1959 Fashion Fair you Gardner at the piano.
The 'women bowlers .houkl now anticipate a show I Evening devotion was led by
who curiously many eyed the men of nany times more thrilling! 'our assistant pastor, Rev De. OCTOBER 14
the Excelsior league for the A reminder before you turn ;'meritte. He preached from St.
Luke 11:31-32: theme, "J0sus!
;
past three seasons have decided and His Greatness.." After !this 0 t 6 p.m.
than : watch:
tn rin more lust
they have, with- the ip.-of Twisters 3 3 670 a 1 munion touching message administered Holy Com, ,aturingFeel
was
many male bowlers from the Strike 'n' Spares 3 3 647
You Invited to attend a
Excelsior league, organized a Untouchables 2 4 699 are
sponsored by the trus Good) RED
2 4 660 program
mixed league approprltely Scatterwaggers:
tees Sunday, Oct 14, at 8 p.m.j
and
named It the Excelsorettes The Missionary Society will HE INTERNS
are hitting the lanes regularlyon FALBTAFF TRAVELING a Straw Ride on Oct.
Thursday nights. LEAGUE TO BUNCIIE a* ,.. ,,,, -" ..:. j I 26.sponsor Buses will leave the church, $1.00
.
Good averages are beginningto 871 NW 24th Ave. at 8 p.m.
league FASHION PAIR I
NO.
build from this compact six The Falstaff Traveling
Mr. and Mrs. A, Knowles left
Bunche Wionv Fashion Fair
team league and the closenessof will pitch camp at n| .
for Nassau to attend the funded
,
the standings after two weeksof Lanes In Opa-locka this Sunday Cathy Young, In a Pier
their father
of Rupert
bowlers of main black net bouffant
the top
competition reveal the enthusiasm as usual I
Knowles.
which the league gen Uoth: Broward and Dade Counties length gown with whit Beat
erates. will be on hand for this trim. The fitted bodice, Knight
Come neckline and sleeves TEMPLE BAPTIST
5 1 713 rough session of towllng. cap
Rolettes Kingpins 3 3 680 out and enjoy this affair. this an elegant gown. Rev L. A. Thompson, pastor

A rummage Bale, sponsored
BEACH AUDITORIUM 1 by the Woman'i Day committee
MIAMI will be all day Saturday on the
IN PERSON-IN CONCERT church grounds, 1723 NW 3rd '
; ave. There will be bargains ga
r 1 lore for children and adults, l
Itetded by JUr*. Lula M. Cole.
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PARTY KNIGHT BEAT After Concert Oct. 27 : ,. ,
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MIAMI TIMES .j the Magistrate's Court on Sept

BAHAMAS 20. "Anybody carrying a knifeon
PAGE 10 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1062 IN AND AROUND THE his person Is obviously dangerous
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into the nov as. hp fined
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ALONG FREEDOM'S It I ) Abaco Sept. 14 resulted in the ]I water and landing was on killed them.In Wharf The have been compelled to

death of a child and serious in- Little Benjamin other remove their wares by the
stantly. The scream of the This action has
Works.
Board of
children, Beiila-
I"y RUTH TERRY'II --- juries to three neighborswho
attracted them no good. "BusinessIs
children
,, I61111..,........ ..,..,..,.., ..,." .......##......,.....,.." min Thompson, 3, died of a went to their rescue. I done bad, bad, bad," said one of
-------- broken neck. Mavis Colebrook, them who had operated a stall
The recent events in Oxford, incredible that such acts could Her of Eddie Richardson than 20
6, suffered a broken leg. The home on the Wharf for more
Mississippi!: possibly received as result fro m the intolerence .I year-old-brother, Vernal, !suffered and all his belongings were. years. But the pinch that is
t\ much news coverage both here and prejudice of one man, but head and chest injuries, destroyed by fire on Saturday: hurting straw vendors is also
and throughout the entire the facts are there for all to and three-year-old Gene Russellwas night, Sept. 15. Richardson is al- hurting the merchants, the real
I I also Injured They were most completely crippled. He estate men, the lattorers, and
world as any story in recent see. flown to Princess Margaret Hospital tries to make a living by selling almost everybody.A .
years. Much has been written Perhaps the most terrible on Sept. 17. bottles. A committee has open houseboat valued at $100-
about Mississippi and Gov. Barnett thing of all in speaking of Governor ed a fund at the Royal Bank or completely destroyed
of 000 was
Leviticus Colebrook, father donations ,
and
Barnett is his apparent- Canada in his name,
another
here is
but yet House on West
jff Hampshire
Colebrook children, reported
column about:/: it, for the tragic iy complete Ignorance of the the that the children went fishIng are being sent to help Bay St., on Sept. 22. The 84-foot
Union and his
.neaning of the .
of few
happenings a days ago anchored off the
on a formerly quiet Southern alter disregard and disrespector about 3:30: p.m. They climbed him.T.. G. Glover, recently appointed ooat was Dock. A sudden
; democracy. It would seem up on a rock weighing abouta Education Officer, left Prince George
university campus must never had been recently of wind sprang up at 8
which
and
ton, IS. gust
of American Sept
all the
be forgotten. Such a classic ex- What years Nassau for England on ; 1
ample of prejudice in action history, the pursuit of the Am- pushed to the edge of the Mr. Glover will take a specnaJ a.m.. and the vessel dragged Mr. and
water by a bulldozer clearingthe and a quarter miles.
remain etched rican dream by most American course in Education
must always one-year
deeply within our hearts. We men and women, and (the area. The rock rolled over, Administration at the Uniyer- Mrs. Paul Blackman of of Fort the

must not forget it, but we must respect and love most of us -- sity of Reading. Lauderdale, operators the sea
promise ourselves that this nave for democratic idqals. I Carrying a knife on hts per- I boat, were helpless as
minutes. They
kind of thing must never hap .lave been completely lost pndNasted Beautiful Home on ton caused Robert McKinney tossed It for 45
pen again. on Governor Barnett Your lot $12, and assaulting his estr; ng- were saved.
and the State of Mississippi.;
THE WORLD IS SMALL
I '
CHE SILENT axotaComplete
c The world is small, as all
Americans have discovered, We-: tllSSISSIPIANS
J cause unfortunately, bad news And during all the rioting EXTRA r! EXTRAS
.
'seems' to travel faster than and violence, the bloodshed,
t good news, most of the time. the hurling of insults and broken r
We no longer live in a world bottles no one in Mississippi FALSTAFF TRAVELING LEAGUE
1 where events can go unnoticedby spoke out for law and
the rest of the countries. order or showed allegiance to HulMIng Hoi-rive PLAYS AT
The actions of Americans are the United States except the PLANNING
known and commented upon by National Guard. Fear of prejudice LANES
all the peoples of the earth. or race hatred effectivey BUILDING FABULOUS BUNCHE
i t Even though the event Inj : sealed the lips of all. Per- FINANCING
question was tragic, however, japs, then, this is the most tragc Your New Home
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favorable to the United
'I were eally civilized men and wo- NO DOWN
f States; that is most of the nen bear to be silent in ''the
f other countries' reacted favorably :'ace of rampant hatred and unreasoning PAYMENTOver OPA-LOCKA
to the stand President violence? For surely
Twenty Years of
Kennedy took to enforce federal
a here were some in Mississippi
court order. Even though who believed in law, in hUt Construction Ux )erliMM-e
j Mississippi and Governor Bar nan, dignity and justice. Guaranteed Sunday, October 14 at 5 p.m. sharp
nett besmirched the American Satisfaction
image here and abroad, the It is true that some did speak
Actions'' of the federal govern ut but the silence was l&Rllb L L57m Come and see this league in action
ment were able to satisfactor- I )roken only after blood was
ly counteract most. adverse spilled. It was too late then, 0 ((1(3lli0(! (
\ publicity tor by that time, Mississippiwas FREE! EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION FREE!
already bathed in a shame PL 1.3604
GOVERNOR BARNETT and degradation that time alone

Mississippi congressmen have tan wash clean. But even in 888 N.E. 79th St. King of the Hill Finals at 8 p.m.
'' tried to Mississippi Justice will triumph
t' place the blame fort
the Mississippi tragedy because the spirit of man Miami, Florida
} I upon
f everything from the federal strives upward, and not down.
Some day Mississippi will loin
government to the Supreme
the Union.
Court. However, I believe that --
there is one man responsible

for all Barnett the tragic, although events.' a Governor fal I For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call

:,.1 natical states rightist and seg?6 The personal tory be!I

regationist, had the opportunity ,,
to rise above sectionalisn f 55-- S-S
1z BONDED
I and inherited prejudice an
act like an American and a ma .' :
of understanding and wisdom.

Instead of calmness, justic i
and dignity, Governor Barnet RENTALS
reacted with the most vlciou :

prejudices and race hatred .
turned his back upon reasor I I
I and logic, instigated riots an

( violence people reacted with in and Mississippi unreasoning inflamed so-hatre the th z a<, I a AGENCY INCa i

and bigotry. If the blame fo ,
the two men killed in the rio
ing could be placed where I I

rest belonged upon, blame Governor probably Barnet shoul The largest collection and rental

And like Lady Macbeth in th ;ts
Shakespearean drama, all th Zimbali 4'S agency in the South; operating in
scents of Arabia could not was Starring Ephram
out the guilt found in Banett's "
t' : Dade and Broward Counties'L.
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Ebenezer Women to THE MIAMI TIMES


Have Their Day MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY OCTOBER 13, 1962 PAGE 11


Sunday will be Woman's Dayat

Loenezer Methodist Church.

The theme for the day will be, :d

The Response of Women to

Chl'l y+'S Marching Orders."

M:'s. Myrtle McLeod Davis

will deliver the morning message -

.1 .

At the evening services a skit
will he presented. The skit i Is
entitled, "A Salute to The Women -
Who Responded to Christ's
Marc .ing Orders," and Is dedicated -
to the women of the
church In keeping with the
their.o o the day it was written
speciiic:;'fly to give recognitionto
the omen who served as

i k Robinson Speaker For Mt. :ap,jins, -s I


ST. MARY'S W. M.
Woman's Day .
s .. U*: v. U. V. Stuart, pastor n -
Miss* Dorothy Major, reporter MRS. MARY LOU BROWN MISS MARIE WHITE
day, October 21, will mark excellent speaker will deliver
[annual celebration of Wos the morning message. Mrs. Walt N>"xt Sunday will be a busy
? Day at the Mt. Zion :Bap- ton Young Robinson principalat day.Our children will furnishmu White And Brown Woman'sDay
i Church. The General Co- A. L. Lewis Elementary ,ic in the morning under the
men, Mrs. Dorothy Ed.s school. You must treat yourself I lealereilp of Sister S Farrlng-
dean of girls at Miami with the rare opportunity ton. 1..r captain of the junior Speakers At Mt. ,Zion A.M.E.Sunday
hwestern, High School and to hear Mrs. RoUmson. church will sponsor a tea at the .
Ellen Wooten, a teacher at In the evening beginning at churc lull: at 4 p.m. In behalf Oct. 14, Mt. Zion AME Mt. Vernon, N.Y. and Stanton
'same school are conscicnt- 7:30: p.m. there will be a continuation of Wo.ncn's Day. Sis. Myrl iGib- Church Rev. H E. Greene, pastor II High of Jacksonville. She is a
lly planning for a day of of excellence when Mrs. son, captain. will celebrate the ninth an- member of Pall Bearer Lodge
[itual and cultural enjoymentyou Gussie Gamble, State Supervisor nual Woman's Day. Mrs. Louise No. 15 and the Miami Zeta Ami-
At C the and
in mind. of the Women's Department n.m. ways means
Blanford is chairman and Mrs. cae. The Southland Singers and
of committee will meet at the '
Eastern
Florida Churches of
Jeanette Jackson Is co-chairman. Mt. Zion's women chorus will
Beginning with the Sunday God and Christ, will deliver the church.At sing;
theme. "The Image message Do you want to grow Leaders The morning speaker will be
iblical Women" will be carfare. spiritually and to gain a better 7:30: p.m. the Mrs. Mary Lou Brown, a memo
out with the utmost Insight on life and its fulfil Board will sponsor a program. ber of Kelly's Chapel. She attended [
The is Invited to spend
111 a.m. an outstanding ;edu- ment. Then Nathan Hale
come to Mt. Zion day church. school at ,
the above
the
in community an all at
r our and day Sunday, Oct. 21.

I By demand the Million
Dollar Wedding will be ST. BARNABAS W. M.
ST. ANDREWS BAHA'I ASSEMBLYThe played a ain. Watch church
news for date and time. Mrs. Rev E. A. Culmer, pastor
Hollywood, Fla. Miami Baha'is are pre- Gladys \\allace sponsor. Mrs. S. Dawktos' reporter
ther Elisha Clarke, priest senting a comparative religious hMRS.
study in their next series of Our pastor will be in charge Sunday School was openedby
unday, Oct. 22 the annual weekly meetings. all day with the assistance of Norman Richardson and a
|by Contest will be climaxed The first wily be held Sunday, our local Bro. E. panel discussion was led by Mrs.M. .
J the parish hall 8 .Solomon Oct. 14, 8 p.m. at the Baha'i Cen- Young: and preaCherst unter. E. Culmer.
anita Austin and ter, 137 N\V llth ave. Mrs. Emi Morning worship was led by
he, co-chairmen. iy Bethel, vice chairman of the our pastor. We were so happyto
Assembly will speak on "Sa- NEW BETHEL BAPTIST have him back from hU /y((11.
There will tte a dinner sale on CivilizationThe cation, looking the picture Jf'1I
bean public is N. W. 68th Terr.
the home of ..nselunders' 1571
at roticn
turday health. We are praying
cordially invited to attend.TRANSFIGURATION. Rev. Ernest Williams, pastorDeacon '
sale is
home. This for him. He lectured for al few
ponsored by Mrs. Minnis. Fred Williams if reporter I minutes, and after testimonial
service, administered Holy Com
Last Sunday morning our
Plans being mad fore
are now
munion. Everyone was spiritually
annual Patron Festival. [Ser- The newly organized SYC met t pastor! delivered At night a very Rev.Inspiring A. E. blessed. The No. 1 chpu

pice and activities will be held at the home of Mrs. Aurlentha Bennett sermon.of Nassau, was the furnished music with Mrs; M:
m Nov. 30 Dec. 2 and 3. :The Ware with Father Max Terhune, Gardner at the piano.
preacher.
Banquet ticket will be on 'sale director of youth work of the Evening devotion was led. by
unday, Oct. 28. Mrs. Mabel Miami Deanery, presiding. The The music on this Sunday will our assistant pastor, Rev.-- DC-- LOUISE l.uNlrOItUAt
Jail Is chairman of the banquet. following officers were elected be rendered by the No. 2 choir. merltte. He preached from St.

president, June Williams, vice, Your reporter, Fred Williams, Luke 11:31-32: ,' theme, "J sua lon.of MtHermondAMF
Father Clarke reorganized: Sharon Fennell; secretary, Mon and His Greatness." After !this :
on
,ie St. Cecilia's Choir and (hey Gwennette Simon; assistant will at undergo the Christian surgery Hospital touching message Holy Com I church, Opa-locka will be in
ere Installed on Sunday morn- Lewis; treasurer, Sheila day of munion was administered, ,The evening speaker
ig. The officers are: President, Clare; chaplain, Cyril Baptiste; and is asking. the prayers You are invited to attend a will ,be, Miss Marie White well
Irs. Eliza Sampson; vice, Miss chairman of social committee, everyone.Don't to visit the sick program sponsored by the trUSt knowh civic and religious work.
forget
laye Frances Brooks; secretary, Cecil Taylor: chairman of program and the shut-Ins. tees Sunday, Oct. 14, at 8 p.m., er.She Is graduate of Bethunc
Irs. Eva Lambert; treasurer, committee, Sharon Fen.. The Missionary Society will Cookman College and an active
Irs. Elizabeth Mortimer; Wll- nell; chairman of project committee There will b\j a sale at the sponsor a Straw Ride on Oct. member of Mt. Zion Baptist
am Mortimer, organists, Mrs. Sheryl Lewis. The kitchen on Saturday. Mother 26. Buses will leave the church, Church and a counselor in thu
aphine Harrison and Mrs. sors are Mrs. Aurientha tare I Bain In' charge. 5871 NW 24th Ave. at 8 p.m. .TuypUe: ,,Court of Dado County.

lenda Hill.REATER. and Charles Adderly. The next Mr. and Mrs. A. Knowles left Everyone Is ,invited to attend
meeting will be held Sunday, at ---- for Nassau to attend the funeral 'services.'
the home of Cyril Baptiste, 2119 I of their father, Rupert
; ST. MARK P.B. NW 152nd St.at 4 p.m._? Knowles. The fourth quarterly confer.
There will be a Night of ence was held last Tuesday
Rev. F. L. Johnson pastor Games on Saturday, Oct. 13 at TEMPLE BAPTISTRev. night with Presiding Elder Allen
|Mrs. Ruthie M. Scott, reporter the home of Mrs. James Lucas in charge. Sunday morning

Sunday was really a Holy dayat 2571 NW 159rd St. The public is L. A. Thompson, pastorA Elder Allen preached a very
Prizes will be
Invited.
the church. Rev. Johnson cordially Time 8 rummage sale, sponsoredby powerful sermon.
delivered two soul stirring messages given away. p.m. the. Woman's Day committee .

and through this we Door will be all day Saturday on the GRACE PRESBYTERIAN
gained seven members, thanksto Church of The Open church grounds, 1723 NW 3rd

God. You know that we are Rev. H. C. McDowell, pastorA. ave. There will be bargains galore Last week we enjoyed two fine
in the soul saving business.. We E. McNeal, reporter for children and adults, occasions In our Autumn program
'
invite you to worship with us. the morning serviced Headed by Mrs. Lula M. Cole. : the "Stay at Home Tea, '
Please come to prayer meeting After there was an brook and Mrs. Esther Camp- by the women of the
morning
visit the sick and shuit-ins. Sunday Fellowship Hour on g 'rl bell, the committee has a fine church last Sunday afternoonand
The Southland Singers will be Informal As a part assortment of clothing, etc. the "Choral Song Fest.
grounds.
here at 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 14. the church Fellowship Hour we celebrated from which to choose. sponsored by the Adult Choir
Deacon Torrence sponsor.Let of the satisfaction of another 1, C The male chorus R. Hepburn, last Wednesday evening.
us remember to give the the three director, and Miss Elsie Dou.as -
men of the church our cooper- first mortgage on Gist St. pianist will sing during the Highlights$ of the coming
ation In helping them reach remaining lots facing morning and evening serviceson weeks are: Laymen's Sunday,
their goal for Men's Day. Dr Kelsey Pharr, esteemed Sunday. Plan to spend the Oct. 21 and Anniversary Week,
trustee of the church, served as day at Temple. Nov. 4-11, Thanks to all of our
master of ceremonies.A The Richmond Heights Midget members and friends who are
Friendship M. B. ChurchRev. must for all member of Singers will be Ina helping to make all: of our endeavors
.u... >.r that_n__ you attendun -- -- presented successful.
W. E. Sims pastor ; meeting, Oct. 15 at 8 p.m. concert by the ay
the MRS. WILLIE WILLIAMS committee Sunday, Oct. 21, at
Mrs. Ruby Lee Carr, reporter with denominational leader*,
7 All members and friendsare
Sunday night, Oct. 14-will be Dr. Black, New St.York Louis City; Mo.,August New Macedonia p.m.expected to come and hear ST. LUKE BAPTIST
date of the pop- Burchart, these people. P. Williams
the concluding Robbin young Rev. W. pastor
ularity contest between our and Superintendent Park. This meetIng Plans Women's DayThe The Rev. II. Ferguson, one of Bunesba Green, reporter
Avon
seven deacons. Friday night at Ralph our associate ministers, left last
8 p.m. the Rev. W. F. Tannerof will determine whether the we week for the Bahamas wherehe The public is Invited to attend .
St. Mark's Baptis t Churchof start our new sanctuary in women of the Greater will visit relatives and a pound party Saturday
Coconut Grove will conduct near future. The whole denomination New Macedonia Missionary Baptist friends. Oct, 13, 8 p.m. at the home of
services for us in behalf of the Is Interested and has Its Church which is located at Mr. and Mrs. James Williams.
contest between the deacons. eyes on us. Your personal presence 5770 NW 15th Ave., the YMCA FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 421 NW 22nd Terr. In behalf of
The deacons along with their will Indicate your Interest. building, Invites you to their the Woman' Day Drive. Mrs.
memWers have worked very Please be there on time. first Woman's Day program, 4600 NW 23rd Ave. Annie II. Sullivan chairman.
hard to achieve this goal the Rev. McDowell and represen Sunday, Oct. 28. Our morning Rev. W. M. Davis Sr., pastorOn
amount tatives of the Board of Trustees speaker will be Mrs. L. J. Bent The women of St. Luke are
the highest
one raising
will be honored as the most will journey to Avon Park ley The evening speaker will be October 14 the No. 1 choir working diligently in preparation
deacon of Friendship Conference Center, Friday for 'Mrs. Gloria Braynon Robinson, will celebrate its anniversary. for our Woman's Day the
popular annual Roundup of New Church. Services will begin at 11 a.m. You are Invited to be our guest. fourth Sunday In this month,
Names and wards are Deo- Each Wednesday night at the and 7 On October 19 you are invitedto Oct. 28. The women will be In
cons C. M. Williams No. 1, James church the Pilgrim Fellowship p.m. a beach party In behalf of charge of service all day The
James Ross, No. 2; John Conner. presents Interesting speakersand Mrs. Willie M. Williams Is Woman's Day. theme for the day Is. "United
No. 3; Andrew Jackson, No. 4, have Inspiring discussionsthat chairman, Mrs Netta Kelly cochairman -' You are welcome to attendall We Stand. Divided We Fall."
Robert Williams, No. 5; J. F. will enjoy If your drop in and Rev. Roscoe Jackson our services. The speaker will be announced

No.Barber 7. No.6; Booker Smart on their meetings. pastor. Hazel Cone, reporter Jater.M .





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MIAMI TIMES ray officiating. She Is survived SMITH TIGGS
THE
by five ,daughters Me 1 7739 -NW 15th Ave. died on
PAGE 12 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, .1002 THS Christine Roker, Vinnie dame }ct. 10. lIe is survived by his

DEA land, Inez Fleming, Doris Thomas Arife, Christine, two daughters
1 and Catherine; five sens, lrs, NorntlSummerset' and

James, Miller, Archie Mrs. Annie J, Weathers, two
CARDSHEMORIALS Raleigh
\ ,* 'Elves I Rosella and sisters, Mrs. Corrine Hllsonind
y Marker Chester four Mesdames Mrs. Laijra Briston. two
" ... slstersi
Pastola finer Carer, )mothers, Horace and Virgil, 11
WILEY RHODE Eva Mae Newson, liar GwInn; grand children. Arrangements
'fNEMORI'AM IN MEMORJAM 3275 NW 46th St., died October two brothers, Carter and Floyd i ire Incomplete.
6. He Is survived by a wife, Willie Gains. The body will be shippedto
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,i In loving memory of our In sad but loving memory of of Jackson, Miss.: The body J; live Oak for final rites. PRANK: MARSHALL

dear mother, our dear son and father, was shipped to the Lipton 230 NW 22nd Lane, died at his
1 .. MRS. MAUDE JOHNSONvho Funeral Home In Jackson. for esidence Oct.
on 10. He is
departed ,this life October ,": ...., ,,., til., I final rites. survived
-/ Range by his mother, Mrs. Netta:
", 0, 1956. >." '" Marshall.
Down a road that's calm and )' CHARLES S. JACKSON '
? peacefulGuided it> ')' .1050 E. 14th St., Hialeah, died' R. J. WATSON .
hand :: 't 957 NW 10th St. Florida !MRS. LENORA S. RAINES
by God's loving ; October 8 at his home. He Is City
..
She has a journeyTo ." \ was dead on arrival at Jackson A native of Key West died at
gone upon survived by a wife, Hattie and
,, I
a distant brghter land. i' : I//: >, d five children. Arrangements are Hospital Oct. 5. He is survivedby .he home of her sister, Mrs.
And although your heart Is incomplete his widow, Mary. Arrangements Irene Straughter, 1525 NW
32nd Terr.. Oct. 10. Local
heavy, 'l".i' are Incomplete. services -
With the sorrow you must bear, MRS. AGNES FIA'ILhY) will be held on Saturday,
it help to bring com WILEY McFADDEN Oct. 13 at 3:30: p.m. at Shiloh
May you a
.y 18023(} Homestead Court, Per-
Uaptlst: Church. Final rites and
fortKnowing 1733 NW 3rd court, died on
Sinai
\\ rine died October 4 at Mt.
'*':'::'' Oct. 6. He burial will beheld in Key West
she Is happy there. J' Hospital Service will be held had been a residentof
The Children Miami for five He is Sunday afternoon.
:; '. Saturday 11 a.m. at Mt. Sinai years.
Baptist Church with Rev Mur- survived by his mother and
BAKER ARCHIE SMALLS
stepfather, Mr. and Mrs Car-
CARD OF THANKS lyle Wheeler of Ft. Lauderdale, Homestead, died Oct. 10. Heis
four brothers, Chllmars, Wil- survived by a sister, Mrs.
;;,, The family of the late lit' MEMORIAM' 1 I lard, Levi and Roosevelt; five Irene Myers of Charleston, S.
I sisters Mesdames C., where he will be sent for
Carrie Dell]
: -7-.J.P: ZT, .
j
: : 'm: In loving memory of our Readon, Louise Jackson, Misses final rites.Albert .

i:." '. ,\ I, lear husband and father, Nora, Estelle; and Helen Wheel
Or.'I ,
;' w ,, ., ,,.:-, j, : er. The body was ship to
1,1; t j, Lake City, S. C. for .
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MH f glfP! <" "','! :'- <\ ':" ;} WILLIAM BYRD JONES
(, .',; .. ;:'' : 334 SW 6th Funeral services for Bill Jonesof
1 BURNETTE HARCORD ; ; .w, i'0 Terr., Homestead,
DULLARD I died on Saturday, October 6. He 3175 NW 187th St. will be held
> :', had been: a resident of the in the Opa-locka chapel Satur
,; jvho departed this life October :, '<, ;; : Homestead area for more than day at 11 a.m. Rev. F. Smith
16, 1961. .,
i 25 years having come here from officiating. His survivors include
,l: sleep on dear Burnette, .t, h 1.1.'f his home In Troy, Ala. He is a wife and brother.
t ) Sleep on and take your rest "' ., survived: by three sisters, Mesdames
I We love you but God loves you Lizzie Melton, Minerva MRS. TRUDY THOMAS

best. Owens and Mary Chandlers. He 529 NW 4th ave., died Oct. 6.
Mr. and Mrs. Harcord will lie in repose at the church Chapel services were conducted

W, Bullard and Family from 7 a.m. Saturday. Thursday, 3 p.m She is survived

h9bF Funeral services will be con by a foster sister, Mrs. Annie .
ducted on Saturday, Oct. 13 at Mae Harris.
IN MEMORIAM J 12 noon at st- Paul Baptist

1I i' rw $ f Church with Rev. A. C McQueen MRS. JULIA M.' ROBINSON
In sad IM loving memory of officiating. Her body was sent to Cor-
''" our dear husband and father, dele, Ga. for service Wednesday

,,I MR. ARCHIE ROLLE SR. MRS. WINEFRED D. CURRY night. Surviving are her mother -
who departed this life October A former Miamian, died in Mrs Addie Brooks of Cor-
10, 1959. !Detroit nerushe had been a dele, a son, Willie B. and
MRS. HARRIET BEATRICE Gone, but not forgotten, may resident past 18 years. daughter, Dorothy James. Mrs.
BETHEL he rest in peace and light perpetual Her survivors Include her hus- Robinson died in Jackson Hospital .
!: who passed away Sept. 2, 1962 shine upon him. band, Ernest, her stepmother, Oct. 8.
,\ take this method of expressing Idell Rolle and Family ANTHONY HENDERSONwho Mrs. Kate Sturrup Dean, three
Its thanks and appreciation to passed from this life to sisters, Mesdames Hazel Ter MRS. ANNIE L. THOMAS
: the many friends who were so eternal rest on Sunday, October rell, Flora Hadley and Freder- Died Oct. 9. She is survived

1 ;. kind to us during our' hours of IN MEMORIAL 7, 1901. May he rest i in icka Wanza, two half sisters, by a son, Claude, with whom
I bereavement Thanks for your Dr. Dazelle Dean Simpson, Mrs. she lived at 2098 NW 7Cth St.,
i i cards, telegrams, flowers, cars peace.Mrs.. Lillie Bell Henderson, Charlotte Dean Jackson. Arrangements two sisters. Arrangements are
In sad but
j J and other expressions of sym loving memory of wife are Incomplete. incomplete.
our dear one,
James Henderson
pathy. son r
'i \ Mrs. Beatrice Alston and .....

The Family ,m.. ':, 'Iff_ IN MEMORIAMIn Francis ,

I : "i" sad but loving memory of
; : IN I MEMORIAM '.,.',," '. our dear wife, mother grandmother IRA DOCTOR
'" and great grandmotherIinS 1402 NW 58th Terr., died Oct.
In ever loving memory of our ...-- f \ ALEXZINA PINCKNEY 5. Funeral services were held
dear sister and
MARY S.aunt DAVIS, who died October 13,, 1913. May N Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2 p.m in
;he rest in peace, and may light v' the chapel with Rev. A. D. Hall
who of
to the land
dparted
perpetual shine upon her. officiating Survivors include
peace and Joy October 9, 1959. Harrison Pinckney Sr., his wife Pearlie
Lee: three sons,
We have not said a last good
husband Willie
Lee
Willie
'" James and
; bye 1 ,,' Harrison Plnckney Jr., son Annie; two sisters, Mrs. Fran
We've only said good night,
Mrs. Hart
Marguerite ces Whynn
fallen L and Mrs. Martha
Our loved one's fast
; .: daughterMrs. Grooms; two brothers, James
asleep .? "" "' ",- Vermeil Walker, Leeche and Iziah Leeche nine
1 In God's protective sight. .. ,7. ;
God guarded our dear one with i S three grands and one daughter a 4 grandchildren.

I His love.his : : }; great grand CONNIE F.ARMSTRONG
G And from throne on high. :
Four
He has made us brave enoughto k t" mil month old daughter of
4 ; '''''''' !.' .
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IN MEMORIAMIn
\ < I iorad Armstrong
i: say, ... 11I.1\..,.... ... '" of
.t NW 2nd
t1lil. ) :' \ ; ave., died Oct.
Good but # .
night, not good bye. ,
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of
loving I
Your : memory + were held Oct. 11 in
Nephews devoted and sisters nieces, ..",' \. "\. ., "' ",'II... "'. ,' _....... ......_ .__.._.._-_vw........c .___.._ -'_..._ 'r;:. ..'d l the chapel.
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".' ..". I:'J":, .<)" .,' "c'. :,'" _,.=...'w". ",.t M.,1'- ......__. MRS BERTHA HUXTLEY
I IN MEMORIAMIn N 765 NW 1st court died Ort 10
MRS. KATIE CRAWFORDwho 6. SAMUEL BOWE +. Arrangements ire- incmplete.. f
loving memory of the late, I passed away October 17 I 1821 NW 66th St. died at the Survivors include two brothers,
1957 May she rest In peace and 4 I l Veteran's Hospital on Sunday, George Davis and Benjamin Davis ,
nay: light perpetual shine upon Oct. 7. Mr. Bowe served as a a sister, Maggie Davis a i
/ her. I sergeant in World War II. He Is friend, Henry Rogers. 1
\ Signed: The FamilyCARD v survived by his parents, Mr.
and Mrs., Bruce Bowe, three
brothers, Walter. Wlllard and
OF THANKSThe James, two sisters, Mesdames Taylor'sGuest
Dorothy Ausborn. and Juanita
d w Cole. uneral services
were held HouseDay
of the late
MRS.family MARY JOHNSONSTIRRUP I Wednesday Oct. 10 at 3:30: pm.at .
I Metropolitan AME Church, and
r Rev, J. J., Williams officiating night service
I who departed this life September
25 takes this method of expressing FREE SOFT :MUSIC

thanks and appreciation WALTER RAWLINGS
to the many friends 1941 NW 4th Ct., died Oct. 8. 5680 S.W. 16th St.

and relatives who were so kind Mr Rawllngs will be remembered W. Hollywood, Fla.
in sharing its moments of be- by the older citizens of Miami -

reavement ,I 4'' having lived here since YU 3.4346.Open 24 hour
Thanks for your cards, letters 1926. He was a member' o'
013
telegrams, flowers, transportation Greater Bethel AME Church
and other kind ges and Is survived by his widow,
tures. MRS. EST ;'' ,Hanna) Ruth, a daughter, Melvina. Funeral ;I LEGAL NOTICE

I Special thanks to the staff of SHARPE services will be held on
the Bethell Williams Funeral who departed tms life October Saturday, Oct. 13 at 4:30 p.m. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
\ z Home for its efficient and courteous 7, 1961. at Greater Bethel AME Church
NAME
L_ rr i'1 L service. Father TheodoreR. Still leaves our hearts bleeding with Rev. Cousin officiating.. LAW
','I Gibson, rector of Christ you will always be in our Interment at Lincoln Memorial Notice Is hereby given that
JAMES L. BARNETT Episcopal Church neighborsand hearts, until the end of time. We Cemetery.MRS. the undersigned desiring to
,.' son of Lottie E. Ward, who pass friends of Charles Ave:. loved you but God loved you In business under the fictitious engage --
: ed October 11, 1957. Queen of 'the South H. H. of best.Rev MARY D. NORMAN name of MODERNISTIC
i'. What though In lonely grief I Ruth No. 1400, Grand United Percy J. Sharpe, 5850 NW 15th Ave. apt. 6 BEAUTY SALON, 826 NW 31'd
t sigh Order of Odd Fellows and Royal husband died at Jackson Hospital l on Oct Ave., :Miami, Fla., 'intends to
I For friends beloved no longer Palm Lodge No. 84 K. of r. Carolyn E. Sharpe, daughter' 9. She is survived bv her husband register the said name with
I ,.. "ntgh' Again thanks to everyone for Michelle Y. Sharpe, Dght. Clarence, daughter, Sher- the Clerk of the Circuit Court
Submissive would I still reply, everything. Eva Sharpe ria and her! parents, Mr. and of Dade County, Fla.
"Thy will lie done." Joseph Stirrup mother-in-law Mrs. Elliot Reynolds. Funeral Elmira Fannin, owner.

The Family And Family Ceva Davis, aunt. arrangements are Inomplete. Oct. 0, W, 20, 27






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.t:\I1, FLORIDA.. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, t002 PAGE 13 FORMER :11 Personal MentionAmong morning.Mrs. Smith, her daughter

,I.:: !:- "",,,,''; J, Mf AMlAg DIES the out of town relatives went by train to Denver, Colo. I
+ '' r of Mrs. Florence Wednesday.Mr. ,
Cooper on
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'FOR,_ SALE, '.', IN MICHlfiAftFrank who attended her funeral last .- Cooper, a ,brother.left,for, f f'"
Saturday morning were: Joseph :
Phlladelphlaon Tuesday, : :
ClassifiedFOR 1011: NW'42nd Val Wilkerson former Cooper, Gertrude, Haven Wesley I
St, Must pelt because Industrial Relations Secretary Helen Mr. Thompson, aft iephew"Ieftfor
of :death. 'Lovely 2 bedrooms of the Greater Miami Urban Thompson, Julita L. Nassau on Sunday f
Smith and Mrs. Pompey.
CBS tile roof :well fur League and executive director granddaughter j t .
Bahamas Mrs. Pompey, a
nished Mrs. Haven of Nassau,
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heated
&as landscaped, of the Muskegon, Michigan Uri Bronx N.Y left on t4SundayjLor.
fruit trees, roses. FHA $100 sister of Mrs. Cooper, left of the I II '
down: $72 month, I, ban League died. this week in for her home on Thursday I her home.; :,,,rypw
:$12,500.
RENT bargain. by owner. A Muskegon.With: Wilkerson. at the helm, -L.I.: ."" '" ,. ........ .... ... .......... ............ ... .... .... ............... ,....j I

LEAN ROOM for sober person. LOT In I Ft. Lauderdale, located >the ,Muskegon Urban League,

C:";? to house, TV and tele- 7th court, -3rdaddition... Call FR an interracial, ,made tremendous social planning Take The FamilyBovilingt'l l
jone. Call PL, 7-3247 Mrs.' MOW agency progress
m its efforts to uplift the '
irbes, Negro population of that city.
HEALTH FORCES ownet 'to In addition to the outstanding $

|OM IK NICE HOME for man sell ice business' two trucks, Job he did while with the 40

coil pie.. War shopping cen-, or two..cash.houses A-l collateralt profit, White property\ Greater Miami Urban League, ONLY" ,
4-5744. I or Wilkerson Will long be remembered
NE
Colored. For ,fipdoihtment) write PASS '
i for the splendid leadership FAMILY BOWLING .
Box 331, Allapattah Station, Mi. he gave the Northwest Miami
1>50 WEEK. Nice bedroom ami. .: < 019 Junior Chamber of Com Bowling Itt fun for everyone" .1. It's America's favorite
t Also large 2-bedroom beau- merce while serving as Its president sport. This le our fall advertising program to introduce
2260 NW 62nd St. Saturday FLOOR Demonstrators, slightly While ih Miami he was
Iy 019 used and trade Ins. Television active in all phases of community bowling to new bonier and why thank you to our regular
uiTICE !stereo record players refrigerators life He is survived by his IKW lcrs.
OR STORE with nice up to 50 per cent off. wife and children, Gloria,.9 and For a limited tlmo we offer 40 games of bowling for only
e> apt. Very reasonable. 2260 Terms to suit your needs. All Val Jr., 5. Pas $20 of bowlingfun
V G2nd St. 688-4825. 019 models guaranteed. Good Year $4.00 in the form of A family Howling *
I Service PL 185183.DEDROOMj' Store 60391 NW 7th ave. Mrs. Lenora Styles for just $1.00! tfsfl jour 40 games anytime In the next I '

'O BEDROOM) HOUSE..New- I :5 months..

painted Interior. Completely tile bath, Fla. Raines.Succumbs. DEADLINE April 1st, 1003.

rnished ble and chairs.kitchen Hot Including and cold : room, porch, carporte, awnings Friends throughout the state, Your bowling pass (wallet size) can be used by all membersof
:atcr Extra large yard with tile roof, corner lot; near schoofand especially in the Miami and jour family, for family fun, or individual practice. Your

nit trees and patio. Inspect at fice deal.pool.PL No 45058 qualifying Mr. sacri Key West areas were shocked family pass Is good; for ono game per day for each family
;52 NW 60th St., then call own. King. and saddened when they learned member bowling together. Sale la limited to one pass per
of Leo-
OX 6-2392. of the passing Airs
Studio couch tatfle a.. n d nora Roberts Styles Raines. person.To .
[LTLEX APT. New 2 bedroom, chairs, utility closet, costumer On Wednesday afternoon, Oct. receive jour 40 garnet for $1.00, bring this ad to your
\>autiful inside and out. Adults stllson wrench, miscellaneous. 10, Mrs. Raines passed peaceful I favorite bottling establishment listed below before 10 p.m.
Cheap. 774 NW 41th St.
1 quietly Into the Great
lily Unfurnished, 1130 NW
Beyond Sunday, October 20, 1062.
for 2 at the residence of her
ith St. Open inspection
$450 CASH, $13,500 total 3 bedrooms
sister, Mrs. Irene Roberts
I m. 6 p.m. Fla. room, garage, stove, Straughter.Mrs. BUNCHE LANES

NICE ROOM for a man or refrigerator, washer and awnIngs Raines a native Key 2282 W. Bunche Park W. Drive Opa-locka
lidv, at 5710 NW 19th Ave. NE no qualifying, no closing Wester, was well known In the
"osts. 820 NW 70th Broker
18495, St. Miami area having engaged In MI CLUB BOWLING LANES
PL 41841. civic and community! activitiesof Miami
NW 75th Street
1900
Dade County She was a I
STORES DOWNTOWN. Good HELP WANTED former teacher of the Silver '
orner location. 703 NW 5th SECRETARY. MUst She SUNRISE BOWLING'LANES
be ac- Oak Elementary School.
ve. NA 4-8028.' 'tirate, stenographer, t y fast s t. was an active of Shi- 977 N\Y117th Ave. Fort Lauderdale
ttOUSE Busy office. Five days week. JE loH Missionary .Baptist Churchof
DEDItOOM furnish- 85982. which the M. Griffin Bring this adl to any of the establishments listed
Id. quiet section, close to is pastor.
hoot, large yard free electric, and receive
CARE FOR SICK? Mrs. Raines was the widowof
hot water. 7648 NW 17th PL If you like to care for sick the late Deacon T. P. Rainesof
but have no nursing license wean the St. James Primitive Baptist 40 GAMES FOR $4.00
TRNISHED 1-BEDROOM apt. place you as live-In aides. Church of Key: West and
vith yard and porch. Reason. ''''' :*-1-7I-'"" '*'*'''"'
Ti
and
,, Also live-In nurse maids. Register daughter of the late Mr TTT
fible, call OX 15428. any morning Monday thru Mrs. James D. Roberts Sr., who I
Friday. A-Rellable Nursing, 432 were pioneer citizens of Key
BEDROOM: HOUSE, furnished, Espanola, M.. B. West. FINEST SELECTION IN MIAMI
; lose to school, quiet, large Other survivors b .
yard, free hot water and elec- Straughter are a son Howard P.
[tric. Inquire 7648 NW 19th PL Styles of New York City, a HOMES OPENLOW
MT. CARMEL M. BAPTISTRev. daughter, Mrs. Sarah Louise LOVELY
IS18 PER WEEK. Unfurnished D. A. Styles Roach of Miami': a sister
I; room house. 3380 NW 52nd Bradley, pastor Mrs. B. R..Cornell of Miami andKey
Mrs. Christine
St. HI 61260. Cherry, reporter West two brothers, J, D., LOW DOWN PAYMENTSEZ
Our pastor and his wife are i Roberts Jr. of Key West, Er. | Terms Less than rent
VICE 1-BEDROOM house. Lovely away on a little relaxation peri- skine A. Roberts and a host of
yard. $20 per iveek, will sell ')d, and we are asking that each other sorrowing relatives and 1355 NW 44th StreetCBS
SrX 0) down, Also) small ant for if us remember them In prayer. friends.
1 of 2 adults. $15. NE 5-5566. This Sunday ,there will be a Funeral services In charge of hardwood floors. Corner, Manor Park area.
ea given In behalf of pur Women's the Range Funeral Home, are Large carport and utility room. $350 down, $63
ROOM FOR A nice man In n Day drive at,the home Df scheduled for Saturday after ,
I private home at 5710 NW 19th Sister Sauls, 2359 NW 55th St. noon Oct. 13 at 3:30: a c t ock atShiloh :nonth.
Ave; or phone NE 4-8495. 'Von't you come and help us en, Missionary Baptist .
'oy this great affair Time 3:30: Church, NW 69th St. and 14lh' 1364 NW 44th Street
,.ROOM HOUSE unfurnished. '.m. until 5:30: p.m. I ave. |I
J10 weekly. E. PIcard Rental $350 down. No closing costs buys the loveliest house

l\cencv: f 69 NW 8th St. Phone Jin+ Manor Park Gorgeous interior, 2 Florida rooms.

HI 72002. DENTISTS' OFFICES : .

, UOOM Cottages water'fural.h.T 4322 NW Hth Court
'! ,t 10('I week. 5G9 NW 8th St I
'n 7-290. I EDISON- CENTER DENTAL BLDG. Huge 3 bedroom, 2 Fla. room, carporte, fireplace,
I roof IVa lots. $450 down.
hardwood! floors, tile on

Rental E. PICARD Agency 6130 N.W. 7th Avenue I I$84 per month.

Tln.tat collections; property NEAR 62nd STREET .
management, real estate 745 NW 46th Street

|5CD!>> NW 8th St. FR 7-2902 Reasonable Price Free Estimate (Brand new. Move right in. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths,

FURNISHED efficiencies, utili tie* PHONE NUMBER 757-2741 Fla. room. We are building this model on other lots.
t IIuded, $12.50 a week. 620 N.W Free parking in rear tll Make your choice today! $16,900 total. Large discount -
O'h' $t, FR 72902. for big down payment. Best buy on a new

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FOR SALE
1000 NW 75th Street '1

56 LINCOLN PREMIER> Ra GRAND REOPENING Huge corner house. 2 baths and) huge Fla room. Ter-
dio all power, perfect car guar month.
anteed. $50 down $35 rific for only $400 down. $80 per
month.. COAl! credit. Dixie Belle -* ----
Motors 5575 NW 27th ave. 1015 NW 76th Street


"V7 heater.CHRYSLER All power 2 beautiful tone. radio car / I lovely area, hardlwood O floors, huge work shop

guaranteed $75 down $35
ionth. Dixie Belle ,Motors, 3342 Thomas Avenue
LOUNGE"MIAMI'S
5575 NW 27th Ave, 6341137. DORSEY (Coconut Grove)

OLDS, hard top 88. All pow. Like new CBS, huge 3-bedroom, 2 baths, hardwood
I'M radio runs like new. $5* MOST POPULAR HIDEAWAY"Open floors, tile roof, Fla. room, dining room. No qualify

'otors.: $35 5575 month.NW Dixie 27th Ave.Bell ing. Move right in. '$500 down. Reduced price.

;;:U.1137.. 5 p.m. 'til 1 a.m. 2 a.m. Saturday .

|:l LARGE BEDROOM home, ex-
client condition, corner, par. r941 .2nd Avenue NEWS REALTYThe ,
tally furnished, $13,500 total ;
[ost no extras, FHA 11000.
|76.16 month. 1351 NW 49th St. .(UPSTAIRS) ( Broker That Works For You)

$150 cash. $13.000 total 2 bed- 4600 NW 7th Ave. PL 4-0655
oms, Fla fence,
room garage Music Atmosphere
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we, refrigerator, bus at cor- Cocktails II (Open Sunday)
|r No qualifying, no closing
sts. 1001 NW 42nd St. Broker,
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''I." PAGE 14 MIAMI, FLORIDA; SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1D62BROWARD I :. .n : ,

r 4 % 4 .
R 1 r president, Walter Blatch.
L', r r The speaker for the hour was ,
i Fire Chief Charlie Frye of W.
Hollywood Fire Dept. Chief
Frye' discussed the necessity of
1 having a good fire departmentand 4g
',1 its relation to low Insurance
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; COUNTY rates, also he discussed
'Build, Operating and Support-
ing a Fire Department by each
f NEWS and everyone in the communIty -

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Clarence
: Johnson
WALTER BOWB
llj arnor; Culpepper, Johnnie
Johnson, Ed Smith Willie Mo-
neil Clarence E. Dixon Willie
The CWA Chamber of Com F. Phillips, Lawrence E. Tur 1
merce will meet Monday, Oct. ner, Garfield Dukes and Wll- \
15 at the Chamber of Com lam Boone. .. .. _. 1 11 1T
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merce 11ullding. All members (
please be present. Pictured above is Boy Scout leaders.
Members of the Guidance Troop No. 77, Boy Scouts of The Scout movement affordsall
Committee met with a group of SOCIAL SECURITY America, sponsored by St. Ages' youngsters in this age group
Ebenezer Baptist Church of interested energetic parents and the opportunity to become
I Hallandale is planning their friends and made plans to observe Episcopal Church, with a members of this national organization
r... Men's Day program for the 4th "Parent Night" on Oct. representation shown here of .
Sunday of this month. Rev. 0. 18 Lanier's School cafetor- *** *e ARfao approximately 30 members. The '
at
W. Foster, pastor. lum., The members present '' photo was taken in commemoration The aims and objectives of
of the Scouts' 52nd anniversary the Scouting program are to
I made up the Steering Commit. and Ninth anniversaryof train for citizenship, build
The CWH Fire Departmentof tee for initiating the affair. -' 1I1)t-lIliNI[( ,O Of Troop 77. character, and physical fitness.
Carver Ranches had a com The group elected Mrs. Virginia N..ans. n.rn na VA 00VDNIIIIIt These are achieved through
munity get-together at the Carver Kilpatrick. chairman; The scene shows some well planned indoor and out
J Ranches Community Park, Charles W. Terrell, co-chairman; Possibly because of misinformation members of the unit as Paris door programs consisting of
1 Monday at 8 pm. Mrs. Mary Samue, secretary. obtained from friends gathered at St. Agnes meetings, hiking and camping.
Hall recently. Members comprise wanting to become a
I "The Purpose of the MeetIng" Other parents and friends and partly because "times have ages ranging$ from 11 member Any boy of Boy Scouts of America -
was disussed by Fire Dept present were Mrs. A. Norris changed," many persons over 65 through 17 years, forming a may contact Scoutmaster
Mrs. A. R. Samuel Mrs. Thag, and still working, are not aware nucleus of junior and senior Smith t or any member of the
I Bard, Rev. A. J. Dayley and 0,,. that they qualify for benefits, high school students. Also troop at St. Agnes Parish Hall
Dugie's Guest House I B. Johnson. Edward P. Blonston, district shown with the :group are on Wednesday of each week at
manager, Miami (North) Social Frank' Howard, troop commit. 5 pm.: In the afternoon.
: This dynamic group selected announced to. teeman; Stafford Johnson, assistant -
The house of clean Security oflfce,
rooms
as a theme "John Brown's Scout Master and Sgt.
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Open 24 hours NE 4.3851 Baby Has a Cold on His Chest.; day. Leroy A. Smith, Scout Master. REPOSSESSED
''It was chosen with regard tc These people and others who Fred Bethel is senior patrolof
Seeing is BelievingSee stimulating other parents i ir qualify but have not appliedfor Beds ..,.. .................. $10 up
coming out to discuss pertinenl t benefits total more than Refrigerators .......... $20 up
us for clean rooms problems relative to the child 1,000,000 persons, Mr Blonston the year, he receive his
may
and affecting the home, the said. Some of them live In this full benefit for that month. TV Sets ......... ...... $40 up
Jamaica Dugie always a school and the community, area. Dinette Sets ..... ..... $20 up
thereby creating a better work Leaflets explaining more fully -
I friend ing relationship between these "Many of these people believed how earnings effect older Chests, dressers, tables, etc.
2941 NW 47th St. Miami agencies. All parents are urge that they do not qualify fort persons' social security pay (ALLIED FURNITURE
to come out on this importanBARKLEY'S benefits because they are work. ments are available at the social 1334 NW.: 54th St.
INDF Ing," he said "or that their security office, 234 NE 79th
present earnings high I St., Mr. Blonston added PL 7.5704
to enable them torqualify for ..,
CUT-RATE STORE benefits."

Actually, Mr. Blonston explained STANLEY E. JOHNSON, M.D.
"THE FRIENDLY STORE WITH THE WARM WELCOME" depending on how much
worker Is earning, he Announces the opening of his office for' the practice of
the now
1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376
may be eligible for some or all
BACK TO SCHOOL SALE of his benefits. Moreover, if hIs OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY

New Gripper Binders 98* Straightening Combs unemployed for any month Office Hours: Dally 10-1 and 5-7 p.m. Tlmrs. by appointment
Reg. BindersNotebook 35* to 1.08 TO* to 2.08

Fillers G. to 08* Old 07 Bergamont Hair occasion and get the "cold" off 6827 N.W. 15th Avenue Phone 696.5673

Composition Books 25* to 49* Dressing 50* and 1.00 their chests, as well as to enjoy .

Blench and Glow Cream 75$ All type of patent, medicinesOld a night of enlightenment and I......."" ....-t-t .,.,.,It.-I..4: :l\-li 4. !.-I.-I... .. "'II
pleasure. Refreshments will be
Spice Cologne for men Don't forget your filmsA served.
The Town's Talk
Variety of Cards for all Occasions

Gifts of all descriptions. Use our layaway child Any and parents is interested who loves In the his Amateur Nite w, i
OPEN DAILY AND SUNDAY 8 A.M. to 10 P.M.
welfare of the child will mark ; 1
JOHN A. McMINN, Owner this date on his calendar and Thurs.q
Every
make Parent Night a must to
attend. Friends are invited.


''L'I WE WILL BUILD ON YOUR LOT ., Medicines, dispensed at low, MODERNTHEATRE '

1 cost _
Blood, urine testa for health I : _

NO CASH REQUIRED and marriageDR.
BOBBY .l Y.A
i LONG'S CLINICA _
\', 20 different plans to choose from MARSHALLYour "
; General Health Service
_ \ For' information call ,*, 'ri "**'""" Non surgleal l treatment of Rupture
_ Host and M.C.
i Rectal Diseases, Varicose

JOE BURTON 4221 Hallandale Blvd. duclng.Veins, Prostate, Arthritis, R,. Weekly Jackpot Prize ,r.

Parking In rear a
Highview Homes Inc. FR 3.2748 Rea. HI 8-019 James Williams and
:;i; 1545 N.W. let Street The Twisters.,

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,: ; THEATRE Every JIMMY Wed.REEVES 9 p.m. BY

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PARADE STARS
;;l OF
,:, FRANK "Floor Show"WILLIAMS OCTOBER 211962.
\
I j, DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM
;ur And His Rocketeers

'o With SongsationalLittle TICKETS ON'' SALE AT

:' ,q Kora. NOUTirS TRAVEL BUREAU HAMPTON HOUSE $ i

if L I plus ,BIG TALENT CONTEST COMMUNITY DRUG BUNCIIE PARK LANES '
1> BROWNSVILLE DRUG '
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HAPPENINGS IN OUR SCHOOLS I MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1962 PAGE 15



liamian Elected B-CC School Officials 711 Record Enrollment At BCCDAYTONA

BEACH Dr. W. V. Moore, president, said, "Bethune "

ilumni SecretaryCarver Viiit BTWThe A. McMillan, dean-registrar Be- Cookman College will
thune Cookman College an continue to be a small liberal

A. Portlock of Miami week or October 8.12 nounced that the fall enrollment arts college and will resist pressures
Cyril Xarrln8ton President; brought visitors for hasty expansion
executive to Booker T. at Bethune Cookman College -
ewly elected secre- Freddie Fillmore, vice president}; Washington. Officials is of careful grad
from the is the highest ever reach. ours a policy
National Alumni
Jary! of the of Bethune-Cookman As. Joan White, secretary; Louise I County School Board visited ed at the college with 711 per. ual, planned growth," said Dr.
lociation Initiated the organlza. McCray lores assistant secretary} Do i the school Inspecting the build rolled as full time students Moore.
,
rollege Davis business manager; ing preparing for the re-evalu.
lion) of the Pre-Alumnl Counciln reporters, Allen Colbera, MadelIne atlon next year. The officials When questioned about the The largest freshman and
Sept. 24. Squire and Charlene Jami held meetings with faculty record enrollment, Dr. RichardStyles new student group of 284 from
son., Mr. Carver A. Portlock and members, counselors 20 states, The District of Co-
and
The membership of the Pre- Mrs. Mary L. Anderson will dents. Students stu lumbia and three foreign coun
Uumni Council is comprised of serve as sponsors the gave reflectionson tries. Displte the large enrollment .
11 students possessing a desire school. improvement of the Dr. McMillan said the pro-
jo promote the welfare of Be gram of quality education is
hune-Cookman College while in I Eltiora Turner BTW Seniors are hastily making being intensified to help our
chool and upon graduation.The plans for a yearbook. They will students meet the challenge' of
Alumni patrons and other the new day The Dean further
Pre-Alumnl Council is an QueenElnora advertisement for the event. stated, "The admissions com
kflliate of the National Alumni mittee of the college was high.
bouncil of the United Negro Cold Turner, a member of The first PTA meeting was r In admitting students
with the National Alumni the recent class of 1962 of Book. held Oct 8 in the auditorium. for more students applied
ssociation of Bethune-Cook- er T Washington High School, Mrs. Larry Johnson is president. for admission than could be
was unanimously elected to the M admitted
nan College. coveted position of Homecom October 3, marked family
The Council has elected the ing Queen of the BTW Alumni night in the school community
ollowing officers and mpmberE Association at the regular meet programs. Students were urged'
I or the school year, 1962-63: ing of the association held at to bring their parents to this P
.he school recently meeting while they enjoyed a
I: teenage dance. Entertaining I
Daughter of Mrs. Lucille Tur was Mrs. Cobb who demonstrated
[nights of Pythias ner of 423 NW 9th St., apt. 23, hat making and Mrs.
Miss Turner has selected Ma. K. RoUinson giving points on
nd Courts of tilda Patterson, another BTW arts and crafts. Refreshmentswere N

Calanthe graduate, as one of her atten- served for both parents ,
will name the second :and students.
attendant next week Miss Tur SERVICE
Chancellor Commander Vice: ner and her attendants will Seventh graders were given
Chancellor meptinn ,.,tq )Mrt n* reign over the homecoming festivities their annual test of the year, William Pinder"Sr.
the home of Sir Robert C. Bo. at Booker T. Washington Oct. 910. Many sighs came from
wens. Committee on Activities which will be held on Nov. students who were glad that Professional Piano Tuner
report accepted. The Pythiasand 10. The Mays High Rams of ) the test was over. I WigsLet \
Calanthe will sponsor a Goulds will be the Tornadoes' And! Repairer
weekend on Miami Beach at the opponents In their homecom- School is out Oct. 12 and
world this I everybody is going to sing andfrYYtA I 1933! NW. 153rd St.
famous Roney Plaza ho-I ng game year from i Vs....% teach A.*.. fs\M 4 Vlashout. Delores take that "wiggy"look
tel and Sun Club. ';& '
out of your wig and styleIt Opa-Iocka
___ _u The shouts will not
in coiffure that will do
Lily of the Valley Court No. NHS Band Parents is the day they are to check and something a for you. Call FR Phone MU 8-3770
5R has a sick members, she is Plan organize records. 1944. Modernistic Beauty Salon
Worthy Counsellor Mrs. Sarah ProjectsThis Spotlighted Oct. 25 will be at 820 NW 3rd Ave. 013

D. Belle at South Miami Hospital organization of : the Senior Chorus The chorus 1:.20......'We ..;'" .2........... ..........'"........................................ ........4
land Parents of Miami North ensemble singing "Pale Moon."
Rose of Sharon No. 23, Mrs. western Sr. High School has Gloria Mitchell will render an
Malissia Harris, worthy coun ')ledged to fully equip the band I operetta entitled "II Trovatore." Lincoln Fields Apartments
ielor.vlii meet Monday, Oct. .
i wIth new uniforms. Many Interesting Laurasteen Thompson, reporter

Community Court No 84, Mrs. led. The projects first one are will being be In plan.the' 2045 N.W. 62hd Street
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Leroy Miles, worthy counselor, form of a Mammoth; a colossal! ANDREWS' JEWELERS
will meet Wednesday, Oct. 17. a stupendous! Teenage Harvest .
Royal Palm Lodge No. 84, Sir EXI'ERT WATCII AND
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Abram Grace, chancellor commander combo, The Northwestern CLOCK IMPAIRS Enjoy Living In Our Cool Clean Apartment
will meet Monday, Oct.15Faith Jets. There will be prizes galore 40 Yean In Business
Watch this space for the Offering Many Features
of Hope Lodge No. 32, 'orthcomlng announcement of i AD work guaranteed
Sir Robert C. Bowens, chancnl-l.10r I
he time and place!
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Gleam of Hope Lodge No. 18, ; Gussie Dobbs, reporter. I 303 N.W. 2nd Ave. Newly painted d<, Venetian Blind

Sir Walter L. Belle, chancellor Washing Machine Laundry Room
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Gleam of Hope Lodge No. 13 Investigate Without Obligation Free Parking Auto hot water heater

Sir Walter L. Belle chancellor Free Garbage DisposalCARETAKERS Filtered water
commander meets Oct. 18.
Uniform Rank to the cadets Care-Craft School for Nurses Aids
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I THE MIAMI TIMES Northwestern PTA F. S. Tucker School
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II '" I Ii ...'# PAGE,10j1 i" )MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13,_19C2 To Meet I' Hostess td- Childhood
"
" ;.,'t, ,II On Monday night, Oct 15 the Education Meeting
'1+ .' PTA of Northwestern high will (I ,
I '"I '; meet to hoar reports,, of the com The Frances S.?, "Tucker Elementary
'( mittees appointed at 'the last
[ meeting by the president, Mr1 School served as hos
'" Gladys Hadley of spy cjal interest tess to the Childh raJ meeting of
' ); to all will be the' report of I II America l1 Educationfor
-t, the committee to secure a crossing Elementrly teachers The
,F : hStrachan's I at 12th ave, and the railroad event occurred\ last Thursday
I" ARCHIE, All reports Indicate that afternoon In the cafetorlum,
I :!it I this committee has,workedry
Highlighting the
/ v. FINDER hard and will report some progress meetingwas
a reading demonstration
toward i Securing the cros
,i sing. The help of the entire presented by the first grade
celebration, community is needed for this teachers of Tucker They ex-
i" SPEAKING OF outing and gala As it stands now the plained the first step In their
the month of October, let's look opening of his dance school at project. and high school new readiness program, which
ball and visualize 23rd court is Oct. 6. elementary
; into the crystal 4745 NW consists largely of extensiveuse
students who live across the
'. the grand opening of our in modern dance,
1 Specializing tracks in this area must either of experience charts and
> first saving and loan association ballet, tap and waltz. See Renee 17th other activities to Introduce
7th
at ave. or ave.
Just a few steps down and Don if you want to dance cross words from the Very first day.
'' The alternative being to crawl
from the former site of the Mi-, the modern way : Clyde Kil-
ami Times plant on 3rd ave. lens is buck at his old stomping under two or three lines of box The president, Mrs. Grady
ground. His New York-Chicago cars, very dangerous to say the I Dinkins made several announcements
Isn't this one of the grandest, vacation was highlighted by at. )least. ETHEL CURftY enter ,concerning ,.
I' things to hafPen'In 'October? tending the championship fight Each parent Is urged to attend I tamed the UndenominationalClub tion .for International Study
The month dlscov-1 l and many social outings. His this meeting to help for- with home Conference which will be held
a tea at her ,
ery and history, while an other plans for local entertainmentthis mulate plans for this and other on Miami Beach In April
big fight for freedom of American -| season begins with the Ray worthwhile civic ventures Remember 1Q82 67th St., South Miami on
education is being fought Charles shindig Oct. 27 : in Unity There Is Sunday, Sept 28. Rev. Danielwas The school patrols were In.
in Mississippi, we move along. strength. guest speaker for the occa stalled by Officer Leroy Smith
of the local police department
t qr" Slowly, but surely, Franklin LOMELLO's King sion, and music was rendered by during the first assembly. William
and loan association, JOHNNY Bro. Blue A "Use
savings poem What
: Rolle and Mrs. S. Allen are
0' Hearts reopened Wednesdaywith these lines to. I have known
serving and helping build In a on You Got" was recited by SdsterA. of the patrols.We .
J' new field to a greater and much the regular Amateur Hollis for many years, usually 1(. Williams bf Omaha, Ga., sponsors
better future. Do you realize show a large group was out for he's a head winner, can't figure sister of Mrs. Nora llarvey The extend sympathy to the
the good and promise for the the first peep into this recently him this time. I am sure hoping tea was enjoyed by all present. family of Little Jessie Pressleyone
\ future that goes into this grand -enovated nite spot. Aside from the shows Petite Gene of our first graders, who
', opening today? 'eating over 800 patrons the White "Petite of the week", died suddenly In, her home.
: -lutt: now offers restaurant service clerk at J and J, a Georgia Sister Nora ''Harvey Is presi
Many congratulations and around the clock. The air. peach, budding at 20 and still dent. ISaac J Mears, principal;
much success. Conditioned club will feature Its maintaing form. Helen Baisden, report
iff hours lounge and package _
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q ,
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q Don't be surprised if I changemy
TROPICAL Beautyranm Halt
,i I Style Show and Dance at the address for Classic weekend
Mary Elizabeth Fiesta Room. I RAN INTO Hollls Fudge. Just peeped a package deal JET TV CLINIC
Monday, Oct. 29 Is sponsored by ny old friend, out Opa-locka three days, two nights on Miami
;',;' the Southern Atlantic Regional vay and to my surprise he's all Beach hotel for $25. Watch this
,I, and Miami Beauticians. Their hook up (love?) I wish I through the first grade of
knew the lucky girl to sheet for more and about this. 2nd
regional delegates (that's theSouth pass 907 N.W. AVENUE
Atlantic) breakfast Is Sunday 1'__'" .,- a ........_

w Oct. 28 at 8 a.m. at Hamp
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ton House Beauty is on pa. BARON'S NEW DELUXE HOMES OPENING SPECIAL
rade and how Folk around

Sunlight talking prom Beauty and School graduation are 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH GARAGE This ad and $1.00 cash

you come heard Oct. of 26 the and LeJeune 28 Club Have? 1440 NW 59th St Open 3.5 p.m. Sunday Are worth a $2.50 call

Well.'it is throwing a Twisting 813 NW 57th St. Duplex. Good income This month
20 Ball '''Wednesday, Oct. 31 ,at
Club Mi. Prizes for costumes SMALL DOWN PAYMENT
'11 (gay 20's at that) Build on your lot. Home improvements. No money down Sales Service Rental
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