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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 20, 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 )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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TEMPOIIA MUTANTUU ET NOS. MUTAMUH IN ELMS
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40TH YEAR, No. 8 MIAMI, FJ.ORIDA, SATURDAY OCTOBER 20. 1962 16 P TEN CENTS'

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I NAACP In Legal ,Attack VuIi Stickup BaitS'otguns J! l .




On Trade Union Bias F Victim In Face, Flees


WASHINGTON In a frontal of certification of the Seafarers Gordon Ur, 51, for eight years the man with the shotgun then
Attack ,on barriers to Negro employment International Union of North i manager of the Cut Price Sur fired. I don't"think he was six-
and job promotion, America, AFL-ClOThe petition' plus Center at, NW 3Gth St. and inches away. ,
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.. the National Association for the filed with the NLRB's San Fran, 25th 'ave., was killed when in his Clutching 'the'sack gun and and without an
I store Saturday night a empty paper ,
Advancement of Colored Pecple cisco office, Is the first action holdup man blasted him in the getting a cent the robber escap
Tuesday filed a series of actions to call for decision of certification face with a sawed-off shotgun.The ed. He hopped into, a 'i:63 yellow
two In regional officesof of a union on racial! electric cash register failed and white Pontlao Or Mercury,
i to open when the bandit demanded -waited for a green light at NW
the National Labor Relations grounds. :* the money. 27th ave., and drove! toward the
Board and one In a United Atlanta of unfair i airport, witnesses said,
In charges:
States District Court designed ; .: labor practices were filed with His wife May,the 46, the only The killer .is said to be a Negro '
other person in store was
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'old. The
t racial discrimination : the regional NLRB against Local horrified. She screamed, "Help'. nbout 39 year
tree shooting occurred *\ 7:45: p.m
unions and
by trade one .
2401 of the United Steelworkers Jq me! Help me someone. My bus- I
railway company.In of America AFLC10. L band'p head is Mown ,off. He is A Y7 School Miami Jackson
addition, Robert L. Carter, ;At the request of Local No. 2 dead., I J}know he is dead." High senior, that Stanley
told he
Cause the' police
in, all-Negro unit of the Indc- __
,
the Association's general counsel -; u --- Homicide :
lei
the
Detective Ernie saw the woman standing
l
NAACP, announced Into a third the. entry ULRB of'case the :In pendent Houston Metal, Mr. Workers Carter will Union rep.I LUCIEN A. GREE'N. chief,' Rush! 'said/ "The killer pushed doorway, and:,sore rn' ng.

originally filed by a Jim Crow resent the unit in Its complaint' registrar division, VA hospital ti
Tuskegee, Ala., has, been namedas
local of an Independent union in of unfair labor practices agalntt(
Houston, Texas. the union's all-white Local No. Area Supervisor, Registrarand
1 at a hearing scheduled for Medical Administration Ser
The NAACP, Mr. Carter said, Nov. 8, 1962. in the regional vice of the Veterans Admlnls-.
'. has filed a petition' for recision office of the NLRB at Houston.,.i tratlon. Area Medical Office,
... Boston Mass., supervising his
I specialty in the states of Mass,, III
Newl York Newi
Conn., Rhode Island,Hampshire Malne.'and' I '

i i Judge Refuses To Vermont. ; 1

This is the first time a Negro
has been appointed to a supervisory .'

j Free High School SeniorsA Administration position Area in any Office Veterans. Mr' Y.

.... Green assumes his new duties
Oct. ,28, with headquarters,
in
., plea to. free two"' teenage legal transfer of an inspection Boston,. MassNegro ,
boys ,so they.-.can'go, to school sticker and permitting an ,unlicensed ..
"was 'refused Wednesday by 'person to ,drive an automobile. .
,JI''M 'Jud, e. Gerald JOeln..' .
e I
..', Apparently',,the Judge's deck. Police said they stopped the Wins, ,In
ion .left James Arthur Colson,! boys in a car,driven by CoI on.
17. of J.822 NW 63rd St. and another who had no license. The unnamed Ga. nr 1
Northwestern High senior -I youth slipped nim his PrimaryLeroy
16, to do 30-day sentences license, which Colson displayedas Hundreds of; Mlamlana gather when he visited this area. Tim
I, in a case involving drivers' license his own.Pickets. R. Johnson'Atlanta Negro ed Sunday at the Crusadu fpr Northwestern High School band
exchange. attorney In his political was on hand to.clay "Thu E,'pa'
campaign, took first place in a Voters headquarters at 5182 of Texas" as the colorful VP I
Attorney George Nicholas Cancel Della four man-race for the Demo- NW 17th AVe. to greet, Vice charmed his admirers. See
their counsel said the boys hadgood cratic nomination to one of the President Lyndon D. Johnson story on page Johnwm photo.
school records and no previous Reese ConcertWhen newly redistricted Senate seats
arrests. :''.v !in ,the state. (

Principal Samuel 0. Cohen of night for she a singing arrived engagementat Monday The 38-year-old lawyer had I
Northwestern who asked fort I! Monroe High school in Cocoa more than 7,000 votes over hU Many Attend"$50APlate Dinner
the toys' release said that the Della Reese found no on nearest opponent, Ed' Barfield -
sentences would handicap them' |In the auditorium. | or Atlanta, in a race against I More than 000 Democrats' Mrs. Albert Mrs.
1t ;i severely in their attempt to three white candidates for the were on hand Sunday night at Juanita Thompson huetousCrawford
;r". I. ,graduate next spring. I It is reported that the per, 38th district seat in Fulton!I the Fontalnebleau Hotel' on MIami Charles/, Lockhart,
formance canceled after the
";' 'c.) was County.If Beach to honor Claude Pep. David Wilson. l Mrs.: Mattie
Colson was convicted on Fri. local NAACP had organized a' per In his bid for the Third Con Blake and Mrs., Johnnie Lee
::l' day on a charge of driving with 75-member picket line in frontof Johnson wins In the Oct. I gressional District Re Johnson. ,,+u r
;: out a license and displaying the the school. 23 runoff he will face general publican Robert A. Peterson. '-
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I'l l license of another. On Wednesday the singer was election opposition from T M. :f r I.. .
a to have opened' four.night en Alexander another Negro ,who Vice President Lyndon John '
The other boy was convicted gagement at a Cocoa Beach me- Was unopposed in the GOP primary son was the main attraction',and
i of lending a driver's license, il tel. 'I Tuesday. ''I he stressed this point: State Fires2 -.** '.: j t

The people have' a choice: of '.,
.' Bending a man to Washington Teacher
who will help the President or.
one who will oppose and har-' The Mate; Board of Education
rasa him. The President, he'!Raid I
.
;t.' Is "your President*.nd.,he's.the: 'a)I llahassee.'' !lvoke44 !the
At only President you -will have tea$1rt" ;:.J lk4gse! ',oct Vu1M.
r r C for at least the ,next''' two yearn Phoenix, a former teacher *In
0 IMlu So, he felt certain ,the voter Bay County, on a moral charge
would want, to Rend"to Congressmen this-week,, .
who would. cooperate not
r-- oppose him.Among Howard Ronald Williams! who
was; given a second chance laityear
the ffuwU were;, {because. mailed notices dUl
,. Mr. and 'Mr ,'' i.
t Charles IfeuHey. reach ,him, lost his certtficats
Mr. and Alai Stunner' Hutches again on, ground. the'' bat
son, Mr; and Mrs Otto Jamey been convicted several times to
r. 4r Mr: and MM: Elmer WJmfc Mr. recent I years for ,speeding: pub.
J and Mrs. Garth Reeves Mr.and lie intoxication 'and assault and
Mrs. William Smith Nathaniel battery. '
Dean Kenneth Williams
Mrs
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iI1 Portia Bannister,
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derson, Mrs Dana Chapman,

,. I 3 Die i Wip ''CarGoes

3 Youth to be Tried

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\: The trial of three men. charged I him pl abe t ..eof ....'.a..roea.,..8It.,
with Intent to commit murder .Deerfield 'fJftOI1.v"J i lnfC: tW.
in the shooting of State ,three' 'occupants. ,All 'of '.... \
Trooper Bobbie"Smith .011'Sept. ''wer ; from Fort Lauderdale n
" M, 28 has been set for Nov. 10 by i
'I Criminal Court Judge Den C. .The victims Were IdmUfled
t Rlnkeydlnks of Miami' Inc. Reading from left to right: tary; Portia Bannister, treasurer Wlllard. by the Florida Highway Patrol
f candlelight Irutilla- Mesdames Flo Hawkins president ; Ann Packard Betty Cooper, '8" John W. Ph U.,;; g3of .1
1=: the home of ; Corine Anton vice; Zelma lona Buckholtz, Mary Colden. The men are Leonard C'.open. NW 9th A v,., efotIw R.
ony at Black, secretary; Ruth North Absent members were: Mrs. Jr., Albert Marvin Collie; and Dpf 321 ,NW,17\b'.ave.NW
3frs.;:fcertia Bannister, Wedne. Polite corresponding secretary;I I Janie Reeves and Mrs. Frandna Harry Franklin Phillip*. All of. 1I i ii Betty Lou Robte on of 074" NWJ yy
day. ,,0cL:10. Ann Graves, financial secre Patrick. 1 i them pleaded:taseee&t." '12&'ave. ". """A* t
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MIAMI TIMES ]IflAfl. I V.' Chi Eta Phi Sorority To f

) ; FLORIDA SATURDAY. OCTOBER_., 2'0' 196Z
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Johnson. Fs Celebrate Founders Day ,

r Vice-President. I On Oct. 10, 1032 In Washington

tti D. C, MM, Allcnc C Kwcll

Visits Negro Voters'I I ; I called.) together 11 nurses whom

I she thought would bo inspired
The "Operation Big Vote"Caravan Voters' Headquarters 5182 'NW
; I I I by the objective of an organiza
< was shoved oft' to a 17ttt ave, where' he was greet. ,
)JIg start with a visit "by the ed+amkkt bursFof fanfare and, 4'"Y :'I I Lion devoted to nnd closer have: union a* Its If
the nurses,
Vice President of the United "Eyes of Texas" played by I rf among Humanity"
States, the Honorable Lyndon the Northwestern High School aim "S ,'VICe for
B. Johnson accompanied, by Band, and shouts and cheers I I Alpha Chapter of Chi Eta Pn
Congressional Nominee, Claude from hundreds of citizens who Sorority was born. {
Pepper, on Sunday, Oct. 14 at were on the scene to welcomehum There are now a total of 29 '

520: p.m. Mti "4. tnadnate! and iirulcrgraduilechapter \ :

On hand at the airport to MIS BAND FLAYSRepresenting in the United States

greet the Vice President upon the youth of ttwell, who served as Y. F<
his arrival were Otis James, Dade'County was Valria June Mrs for many
Sumner Hutcheson Dr. E. AWard Small, a sophomore at North- ::1li Supreme Haslleus the executive director -
Nathaniel Dean, all from western Senior High School, r VCMM: Is now lona Whipper
the
of
the Crusade for Voters Organi who
gave a brief welcoming --- -----
zation. Oscar Weaver, William message and presented to the Attorney Donald Wheeler' Home for girls member In Washingtonand of Alpha
Fuller Henry Daniels and Dan Vice President an active
a yellow rose
has
iel A. Cox of the Northwest Jay. boutonlere, a symbol: of the Jones opened, a his native office Orlandoan at 0241 NW Chapter of that city.
cees, forming a welcoming com Texas State Flower. Immediately .
17th Ave. for the general prac Nu chapter of Miami, continuIng
mittee to accompany the Vice following the presentation,
tice of law.Attorney. to forge ahead with Sorer t
President In the Caravan for the band
Northwestern under Grace Higgs as baslleus, will,
the direction of David Paschal Jones received his on Oct. 28 at the home of SoiorWllhelmcnla A. CARRINGTON EWELL
swung into a rendition of The high school training at Palmer Parker, present a
Yellow Rose of Texas." Memorial Institute In Sedalla, review of the book] "No Time vice was experienced by the

".l Lending support to the occasion NC; his college training at, For Prejudice" authored by Sorors at the home of the basi-
were: The Northwest Jaycees Morehouse University, Washington Soror Mabel Staupcr, R.N. The leus. .
the Boy Scouts, the YMCA. D.C. book review is the final activityin t..
representatives from Labor and the chapter ol/ervance of
admitted to the bar
lie was Founders Day this year. Priorto
the various churches and or.
I In 1959 and practiced In Orlando had worship Ads
tions throughout the comMEETING this the group Miami Times
mania Y. for 18 months, until he was ped at the morning service at
recalled to active duty with the Kbenezer Methodist Church on
SUNDAY U. S. Army during the Berlin Oct. 14 and on the Oct. 16 a Get Fast Results
I Come out and join the "Big crisis 19G2. He served until Aug I I very Inspiring dedication ser-
Vote" Caravan. Help make your ust 19G2.
community strong and Its voice
heard over the cheering throng.Do Attorney Jones is a m?mbar
not let this be a leaderless of Ebenezer Methodist Church, / \.
community. Be on hand to member of Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity *
r
f know what Is going on, what and PI Sigma Alpha Na
Is being done, what Issues are i: tional Honor Society. He I is married
on the ballot, etc. and resides at 3155 NW
"1 52nd St.
Come to 5182 NW 17th ave.
on Sunday, Oct. 21 at :5 p.m. iffefei
American GeneralEntertainment
LEARN TO VOTEA
sufficient number of dum
my voting machines are avail *
able for the use of any organi-
Rev. and Mrs. Harold L.
zation for demonstration, or, In- "FLORIDA'S LARGEST"THEATRICAL
Sweeting, formerly of Browns- dicldual or group demonstrations -
ville, now of 1757 NW 155th St. will be given to any desirous -i AGENCYFor
Opa-locka, announce the engagement of such In the "Big Voteheadquarters" cv'L FREE DELIVERY DRUG
of their daughter, at 5182 NW 17th I December We Need!
Patricia Ann to Bert C. Ogden, ave. Phone 691-6651
6750 N.W. 15th Avenue
son: of Mr. and Mrs Paul E. Ogden 4 VOCALISTS DANCERS
Sr., of 3227 Virginia Ave., For Information on where to I QUARTETS TRIOS DUOS HAROLD JOLUVKTTE. Manamw
West Mifflin, Pa. vote on Nov. 6 or for clarification ORGANISTS SPECIALTY
of any Issue on the ballot, ACTS
Patricia a 1958 graduate 011 I please call 696610Q.YMGA.
Northwestern Sr. HI g h Schoolof For further details call In perK STAR MEAT MARKET
this city h a recent' graduateof and material
Bring photo
tilt...III >n.
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NAACP Asks U S. Court To Reverse "The Florida Keys"Is TIlE MIAMI TIMES > '
MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1962 PAGEr I
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Holiday Mag -

Gibson's Contempt Conviction ArticleA I Beach Hotels Invite Classic Visitors 1

WASHINGTON NAACP of the members on a guess as bridge spanning seven miles
General Counsel Robert L. Carter to the affiliation that some of of open water is one of the high Announcement was made this He and Coach Jake Gaither of
in a case of utmost importance week that several Miami Beach FAMU were both pleased and
them might or might not have points of a motor trip from the
'to NAACP activity, sought would violate the Constitution.In Florida mainland across the hotels will accommodate manyof excited at the section (from
the reversal of contempt citations keys to Key West, Florida. Thisis the visitors to the annual five hotels submitted) of the
against Rey. Theodore R.'' an absence of a showingby only: one of the 39 bridges!! on Orange Blossom Classic on December plush Flamingo Hotel at 5900
Gibson, president of the Miami the state that the branchwas the highway which sweeps 8. Charles C. North ofNorth' Collins Ave., where* th" entire
NAACP branch, in a hearing guilty of any charge the south a hundred miles througha $ Travel Bureau in Miami team, band and!1 r-nlfv! 'v'M l br
chairman of the Classic
before the U. S. Supreme Courton state would have no right to never-never land of pristine and housed during their weekend
Housing Committee in makeIng
Oct. ll.Father ,
with the members' privacy
interfere beaches mangrove swamps, the announcement, stated stay.It.
and subject them to the palm fringed Islands and motels
,
Gibson
rector of Miami's which that arrangements have been also learned that other
Christ Episcopal Church, :nevitable harassment Writing in the current issue made with several Beach hotelsto hotels was in the vicinity will
was convicted in 1960 by a Flor would accompany the publica of Holiday Magazine, Benedict take care of the many per. same: ,
in thesouth be offering rut-rati package
ida state court for refusing to tlon of their names I Thielen portrays a bright future sons coming to the annual game a
produce NAACP membership the NAACP contended. for the unique keys where who previously had difficulty in plan which will include room
lists or to identify as members the air blows in with a clean locating a room during, the meals and a ticket to the game
for low All of the
of the Association names of per moist softness and the climateis event. one price. ser
vices and facilities of the hotel!
sons read to him Florida near-perfect at all times.Thlelen's .
legislative by a JUDGE RUDD AT "The popularity of the Classic are to be included in the deal.
investigating commit. article tells of the
has to the extent that such as ocean and pool swimming
grown
tee. He was sentenced to six romantic past of the keys when
AGAIN many thousands of people flood- cocktail lounge and din.
months' IT
imprisonment and a piracy, smuggling and gunrunning ing Miami at the time, create. Ing room TV's and air condition:
fine of $1,200. The case was ap. reigned. The ocean bottomis
an impossible housing condition. ing. Mr. North added "Now
ealed before the U. S. Supreme Tallahassee On Oct. 4, only strewn with the wrecks of the Florida I there be
Fortunately, since can no earthly reason)
Court the Assocition contendedthat four days before the U. S. Supreme Spanish galleons and privateers,I A&M University is making their for anyone not to attend and
to compel Father Gibsonto upheldthe making a paradise for skin div headquarters at elaborate
Court specifically an enjoy our greatest sports attraction
bring these records to com ers. Miami Beach hotel other of the the
1961 Interstate Commerce many year 1962:
mittee hearings and answer bus This fascinating article on Beach hotels have offered their Orange Blossom Classic."
questions concerning member. Commission regulations on the Florida Keys appears in the facilities to alleviate the room
ship in the NAACP of persons terminal desegregation, five local November issue of Holiday shortage. Their low preseasonrates
alleged to be Communists con CORE members were convicted Magazine. will enable everyone, coming MIAMI TIMES ADS
stitutes a violation of freedomof by Judge John Rudd for to the game to enjoy the
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association.Mr. seeking service at the Trallways Classic in a manner never ex DONT COST THEY PA *
Carter pointed out to the lunch counter here. Medicines dispensed at low perienced," said Mr. North. i

court that there was absolutelyno Ironically in convincing the cost
,
evidence of any kind that five Judge Rudd cited the ICC Blood, urine tests for health

form the branch of subversive was guilty action.of any To regulations legislative powers.as "a "usurpation He sentenced of and marriageDR. Tlf HOME PL 1V8381CALLS $1 50

stake the freedom of association them to $300 fines or CO daysin LONG'S CLINICA RADIO REPAIR SALES TRADEINFREE
Jail. Patricia Stephens was
given an additional $100 fine be- General Health Service DELIVERY ANI PICK UP
MIAMI NURSECOMMENTS cause of her previous conviction Non-surglcal/ treatment of Rupture Written guarantee on nil our work
I
resulting from CORE activities.The Rectal Diseases, Varicose
Sale on Payment Plan, Without any FJnnnce Charges
IN other four James and .
are Veins, Prostate, Arthritis, Reducing.
Julian Hamilton Rushen Ken. KNOW YOUR TV MAN AND HAVE MONEY

GEORGIA PAPERMrs. non and Ira Simmons. Needlessto Parking. In rear JOE SCOTT
say, the case Is being appeal FR 3.2748 Res.
Rosa Lee Sapp Brady, HI 8-0194 wales
Authorized TV and
factory repair /!
ed. And the local CORE
known Miami Registered groupIs 1545 S.W. 1st Streetr.i.i
well planning further tests at the 923 N.W. 62nd Street PL 1-8381
Nurse, of 6645 NW 24th Court, .,
,Trallways terminal. --=-ii.'s. i--s.-i--=-i.vvi. *-
who Is now employed at Jack.
son Hospital recently wrote a
letter to the Waynesboro, Ga.,
True Citizen Newspaper In
which she commented on a pre-
vious article which appeared in
that paper which described the
city of Mldville.

Mrs. Brady was very much
impressed by the prUde and kL" a
commended' the paper on the r;
same. In so doing, she also dis ;' l
closed a bit of history on the
city which proved to be very 1ti .?' .
interesting to the paper as well O:.
as to readers in general.A .

native of that city, Mrs.; a aajilt! tt i;

Brady is in a very good positionto ,
talk about the same. Among + it"w.
other things she explained that j
Mldville's first name was Bur
ton having been named for a i1
family of Burtons, who owned
Mrs. Brady's great-grand pa., 4
rents in slavery Mrs. Brady
further explained that the ,
town's second name was Nine
and One-half, so named becauseof .5 di
its distance from the next$I i
nearest town. I
Mrs. Brady also called atten-
tion to the fact that her motherwas
a maid in the home of John
Wesley Sanderford whose palatial
home, now owned by his
decendants, was shown along I
with the original article. She
also mentioned the fact that her
father, Mr. G. W. Sapp was the
lone teacher in the Colored
School at the turn of the century -
in that town. This school THICKER.
also referred to in the article, is I
now a beautiful modern struc

ture.Mrs.. Brady was reared In
Waynesboro, Ga., and is somewhat
in a quandary over whichof ,
the two towns Midville or
Waynesboro should she give I
credit for her success in life. CREM1ERk
Her letter was published In
the True Citizen and proved
very interesting to all who read


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1 MIAMI TIMES I Chi Eta Phi Sorority To r

MIAMI, FLORIDA SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 100 : .


Vice-PresidentJohnsonJ/ -- r;. Celebrate Founders Day


r r I On Oct. 16, 1932 In Washington -
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: D. C., Mrs. Allene C. Ewell
Visits Negro VotersThe
I I called together 11 nurses whom

"Operation Big Vote" Voters* Headquarters t 5182 NW L4/ } 'I she thought would be inspired

Caravan was shoved offs! to a 17th ave., 'where; hey was greet- P I by the objective of an organization
!big start, with a visit 'by the ed' mtdt atburstfof fan.fare'and devoted to closer union
Vice President the ,united the "Eyesof Texas" played by I among nurses, and have as its ?,.
States, the, Honorable Lyndon the Northwestern High School I aim "Service for Humanity," I ;
B. Johnson, accompanied, by Band, and shouts and cheers Alpha Chapter of Chi Eta Pm ;
Congressional Nominee, Claude from hundreds of citizens who Sorority was born.
Pepper, on Sunday, Oct. 14 at were on the scene to welcome
5:20: p.m. him: There are now a total of 29
graduate and undergraduate
On hand at the airport to NII8 BAND PLAYSRepresenting chapters in the United States
greet the Vice President upon the youth of
his arrival were Otis James, Dade'County was Valria June + Mrs. Ewell, who served as j' '
SUmner Hutcheson, Dr. E. A. Small, a sophomore at North 6 Supreme Baslleus for many "
Ward t Nathaniel Dean, all from western Senior High School, : \ years i is now the executive di k
the Crusade for Voters Organi who gave a brief welcoming : rector of the lona Whipper
zation. Oscar Weaver, William message and presented to the Donald Wheeler Home for girls in Washingtonand
Fuller, Henry Daniels and Dan. Vice President a yellow rose Attorney an active member of Alpha
iel A. Cox of the Northwest Jaycees boutoniere, a symbol of the Jones, a native Orlandoan has Chapter of that city.
forming a welcoming com Texas State Flower. Immediately opened his office at 6241 NW
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mittee to accompany the Vice following' the 17th Ave. for the general practice Nu chapter of Miami, continuing
President In the Caravan for the Northwestern presentation band, under, of law.Attorney. to forge ahead with Sorer .-- -' ,. -,.--..,..----
Grace Higgs as basileus, will,
the direction of David Paschal
Jones received his the home of SoiorWilhelmcnla A. CARRINGTON EWELL
on Oct. 28 at
swung into a rendition of The
school at Palmer
high training
Yellow Rose Parker, present a
of Texas. Memorial Institute in Sedalla, review of the book, "No Time vice was experienced by the

Lending support to the occasion N.C; his college training at For Prejudice" authored by Sorors at the home of the basl-
ii were: The Northwest Jay. Morehouse University, Washington Soror Mabel Stauper, R.N. The leus.
cees, the Boy Scouts, the YMCA D.C. book review is the final activity ?,
representatives from Labor and in the chapter observance of
the various churches He was admitted to the bar Priorto
and or. Founders Day this year.
ganizations throughout the com in 1959 and practiced in Orlando this the had worship
I group Miami Times Ads
ii'a" munity. for 18 months, until he was service at
ped at the morning
with
recalled to active duty the Ebenezer Methodist Church on
MEETING SUNDAY U. S. Army during the Berlin Oct. 14 and on the Oct. 16 a Get Fast Results
Come out and Join the "Big crisis 1902. He served until Aug rededication ser-
Vote" Caravan. Help make your ust 1962. very inspiring
community strong and its voice __ r
heard over the cheering throng.Do Attorney Jones is a member
not let this be a leaderless of Ebenezer Methodist Church,
community. Be on hand to member of Alpha Phi Alpha fra
know what is going on, what ternlty and Pi Sigma Alpha National
is being done, what Issues are Honor Society. He I is mar >K'
,y I on the ballot, etc. ried and resides at 3155 NW

Come to 5182 NW 17th ave. I Ii 52nd St.

on Sunday, Oct. 21 at 5 p.m. .

i LEARN TO VOTEA American GeneralEntertainment

sufficient number of dum '
4 my voting machines are available

Rev. and Mrs. Harold L. for the use of any organization
for demonstration, or, in. "FLORIDA'S LARGEST"
Sweeting, formerly of Browns. dicldual or demonstrations
ville now of 1757 NW 155th St., group
will
be
given to any desirous THEATRICAL AGENCYFor
Opa-locka, announce the engagement
of such in the "Big Vote
of their FREE DELIVERY
daughter, Headquarters" at 5182 NW 17th December We Need!
Patricia Ann to Bert C. Ogden,
son of Mr. and Mrs Paul E. Ogden ave. 4, VOCALISTS DANCERS 6750 N.W. 15th Avenue Phone 691-6651

Sr., of 3227 Virginia Ave., For information on where to QUARTETS' TRIOS DUOS HAROLD JOLLJVKTTE. ManagerDRUG
West Mifflin, Pa. vote on Nov. 6 or for clarifica ORGANISTS SPECIALTYACTS
tion of any issue on the ballot,
Patricia a 1958 graduate of
please calf 6966100.
Northwestern Sr. H i h Schoolof
this city I is a recent g graduateof For further details call In person. STAR HEAT MARKET
Wilherforce University wherp tilt.... UJI Bring photo and material ,
she was a member of the famed hsk In NTH I Suite 211
235: Lincoln Road
University Choir, and also a See David ProblnskySERVING 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
member of the Student Council.An I
Elementary Education ma ,
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NAACP Asks U.S. Court To Reverse "The Florida Keys"Is MIAMI, FLORIDA,THE SATURDAY MIAMI, OCTOBER TIMES 20, 1902 PAGE :I'



Gibson's Contempt ConvictionWASHINGTON ArticleA Holiday Mag I Beach Hotels Invite Classic Visitors j


NAACP of the members on a guess as bridge spanning seven miles
General Announcement made this He and Coach Jake Gaither of
Counsel was i
Robert L. Car.
to the affiliation that some of of open water is one of the high
ter, in a case of utmost impor them might or might not have points of a motor trip from the week that several Miami Beach FAMU were both pleased and
tance to NAACP activity: soughtthe would violate the Constitution.In Florida mainland across the hotels will accommodate manyof excited at the selection (from
reversal of the visitors to the annual five hotels submitted) of the
keys to Key West, Florida. Thisis
tions against Key. Theodore R; an absence of a showingby only one of the 39 bridges on Orange Blossom Classic on December plush Flamingo Hotel at 6900
Gibson president of the Miami the state that the branchwas the highway which sweeps 8. Charles C. North ofNortb's Collins Ave., where th* entire
NAACP branch, in a hearing guilty of any charge the south a hundred miles througha Travel Bureau in Mi team, band and frrU"vllt lv
ami and chairman of the Clas-
before the U. S. Supreme Courton have to housed their weekend
state would no right never-never land of pristine sic Housing Committee in making during
Oct. 11.Father interfere with the members' privacy beaches, mangrove swamps, the announcement, stated stay.
and subject them to the fringed Islands and motels'
Gibson palm that arrangements have been
rector of Mi which It was also learned that otherhotels .
ami's Christ Episcopal Church, :'nevltable harassment Writing in the current, issueof made with several Beach hotelsto in the same vicinity will
was convicted in 1960 by a Flor would accompany the publlca Holiday Magazine, Benedict take care of the many per
in the be offering n rut-rate< package
ida state court for refusing to lion of their names Thielen portrays a bright future sons coming to the annual game
which will include
produce NAACP membership South, the NAACP contended. for the unique keys where I II who previously had difficulty in plan and a ticket to the roommeals game
lists the air blows in with clean locating a room during the
or to identify as membersof I a for one low price. All of the ser-
moist softness and the climateis event I
the Association names of per vices and facilities of the hotel
sons read to him by a Florida JUDGE RUDD AT near-perfect at all times. "The popularity of the Classic I are to be included in the deal,,
legislative investigating commit. Thielen's article tells of the has grown to the extent that such a tee. He was sentenced to sixmonths' romantic past of the keys when many thousands of people, flood cocktail lounge' and din-
imprisonment and a IT AGAIN piracy, smuggling and gunrunning ing Miami at the time, createan ,Ing room TV's and air condition:
fine of $1,200. The case was ap- reigned. The ocean bottomis impossible housing condition. ing. Mr. North added "Now
ealed before the U. S. On Oct. 4, only with the wrecks of
Supreme Tallahassee strewn Fortunately, since the Florida there can be no earthly reason*
Court the Associtlon contendedthat four days before the U. 'S. Su Spanish galleons and privateers, A&M University is making their for anyone not to attend and
to compel Father Gibsonto preme Court specifically upheldthe making a paradise for skin div. headquarters at an elaborate enjoy our greatest sports attrac
bring these records to com 1961 Interstate Commerce ers.This Miami Beach hotel, many other Lion of the year the 1062
mlttee hearings and answer fascinating article on Beach hotels have offered their Orange Blossom Classic."
questions concerning member. Commission regulations on bus the Florida Keys appears in the facilities to alleviate the room
ship in the NAACP of persons terminal desegregation, five lo November issue of Holiday shortage. Their low preseasonrates
alleged to be Communists con cal CORE members were con Magazine. will enable everyone, com MIAMI TIMES ADS
stitutes a violation of freedomof victed by Judge John Rudd for ing to the game to enjoy the
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association. seeking service at the Trallways Classic in a manner never ex DONT COST THEY PA VTiff
lunch counter here. dispensed at low perienced" said Mr. North.
Mr. Carter pointed out to the ""

court that there was absolutelyno Ironically, in convincing the cost
evidence of any kind that five, Judge Rudd cited the ICC Blood, urine tests for health HOME SERVICE CALLS
the branch was guilty of any regulations as "a usurpation of and marriageDR. $1 50
form of subversive action. To legislative powers." He sentenced I PL 1-8381

stake the freedom of association them to $300 fines or 60 daysIn LONG'S CLINICA RADIO REPAIR SALES TRADE-IN'
jail Patricia Stephens was
I given an additional $100 fine because General Health Service FREE DELIVERY AND PICK UP
MIAMI NURSE of her previous conviction Non.surgical treatment of Rup Written guarantee on nil our work
resulting from CORE activities ture, Rectal Diseases, Varicose Sale on Payment Plan, Without any Finnnce Charges
COMMENTS IN The other four are James and i Veins, Prostate, Arthritis, Re.
TV MAN AND HAVE MONEY
Julian Hamilton, Rushen Ken ducing. KNOW YOUR
GEORGIA PAPERMrs. non and Ira Simmons. Needlessto Parking In rear JOE SCOTT
say, the case is being appeal. FR 3.2748 Res. HI 8-0194
Rosa Lee Sapp Brady Authorized factory TV repair and sales
ed. And the local CORE ,
groupIs
Miami Registered 1545 S.W. 1st Street
well known 24th Court planning further tests at the 923 N.W. 62nd Street PL 1.8381
6645 NW ,
Nurse, of .,
terminal.
who is now employed at, Jackson ,:Trallways
Hospital, recently wrote a
letter to the Waynesboro, Gan
True Citizen Newspaper in
which she commented on a previous
article which appeared in I
that paper which described the
city of Mldvllle.

Mrs. Brady was very much A Ft
impressed by the Article and +k
commended' the paper on the
same. In so doing, she also disclosed .
a bit of history on the
city, which proved to be very
interesting to the paper as wellas : l la4
to readers in general.A .

native of that city, Mrs:
Brady is in a very good positionto
talk about the same. Among
other things she explained that i
Midville's first name was Burton .
having been named for a '
family of Burtons, who owned I' t
Mrs. Brady's great-grand parents -
in slavery Mrs. Brady I ,
further explained that the I
town's second name was Nine
and One-half, so named becauseof
its distance from the next]
nearest town.
Mrs. Brady also called attention
to the fact that her motherwas RICHERt'
a maid in the home of John
Wesley Sanderford, whose palatial a; e
home, now owned by his
decendants, was shown along
with the original article. She x

also father mentioned, Mr. G. W.the Sapp fact that was her the f. ft

lone School teacher at the turn in the of the Colored century
TH I
in that town. This school C K E Rfly'

now also referred a beautiful to in modern the article struc, is :


ture.Mrs.. Brady was reared In
Waynesboro, Ga., and is some
what In a quandary over whichof I
the two towns'- Midrllle or
Waynesboro should she give
credit for her success in life. 1k
Her letter was published in
the True Citizen and proved
very interesting to all who read




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> Y != )' n ': D !1 R 20, :iv Many ThanksI SUNLIGHT vice, Friday Is EC': OpL\ 2l,)",..,Pr,-jL.:rrTDay.1 .::'..*at
the John Kh
>CHATTERBOX Sir gh Beat. Miss
would like to thank all. of Sunlight of 1962-63 will be
71ri r 1 '' Ii r' my: friends who were so kind browned alsOJ, latest in, hair'
,3'.4'1 and( ,generous In donating and We Would like to took congratulate[the state styles' and' fasWortwill be
offering their services to me to I the students that their shown. For reservation call FR
examination, on .
hoard 4-8998
help me win first attendant to
"Miss. Homecoming" at North sucr p 9R We can say once again ad- Sunday, Oct. 28, graduation
western High. It was an honor Sunlight has added more promptly at 3 p.m. at Mt Zion
that will .always be remembered. vance cosmetologists to our r Baptist Church NW 9th St. and
lo Main CtttW. M-r674O'Nt\V.i ttrNRetin? ""Siv Ptt e'RX it0421"l f \ great nation. 3rd ave. Our guest speaker..,tivlll
,tfrAlirb (11JI N.W. Third rifte! MUml Florida Phone'fR ?'ft&fl Thank you I Some of the main events that be Dr. Katie Wlckham presi.
,., *-i Gwendolyn Cox lead to our graduation are
f up dent of the Nation
)D J i b.'j>)' *H;(* MI v Beauty
,:19yw } -..ill.feltfToF .- >g k1C71 ?!I 131Pth,) >l 3 nd''I ubtipafrn the following: Culturlsj League ,Qf ,America, '
sd, d3kw ', LII&JT 1C 3Iu t; 1'M" l.t.rot ''EdItor ,, ," Sunday, Oct. 21, all students; ,, ;.
? Statement required by the Art will worship 10:45: a.m. at, Mt PRAYEIl FOR P14AC &JA ;(
.. cIQNeRAIaldJ of August 21, 1912, as amended Olivette Baptist Church, 1450 ; '
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by the Act of March 3, 1933, : NW 1st court, Rev. I. C. Mick The 13aha: is of :,Mtaml\ \+xi41'o, ; .
a r r '.Inly' '2, 1910 and June 11, JWH ins, pastor. serve United Nations .Pf r.iJr
11 hihlier oEdhd'.A f 31 Negru Pceae .u. Peace Day Sunday! Oct' 1..4i
.t! J.r esdcietloq' (74 Stat. 208) showing the own Monday, Oct. 22, Alumni Day, '
4fkia''cif' he'MtlntGt1G11e r r rultusberw; rifihlp, management, and circulation all graudates are Invited. Mrs. Mrs. 'at' the home ot. r. and
: >l eat3M'1J+COdd C1dl3r'Llit3ttar'Aia lpr'U, i9tifrt'ilMilv; >9t OffiCe of THE MIAMI TIMESpublished Opal King, Mrs. Wilhelmina Win Bethel, 645 NW both
1sVMlami, Ilorlda,: afire Lbaoct of March 8, 1870 ,: weekly at Miami,I Starky and Mrs. Bertha Sneed St. Sponsored by the United
Florida for September 30, 1962. will be among our guest stylists. Dah 'l United Nations tmmit'
1. The names and addressesof Tuesday Oct. 23, Is family day tee, this event will be held in
POLITICALLY. SPEAKING the publisher editor, Dr. I. P. Davis will be our Baha'i Centers in every state.
managing morning speaker. We are askingall The public Is cordially mviti
editor, and business
managers : -
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Congress,'to a& adJ urned..arid' now it's .electioneering. are: students to encourage their ed to attend the local observance
'Th election date;is November 6, less than three families to come and 'get the ; Refreshments will be
general Publisher: H. E. S. Reeves, latest in hair styles. This ser served
V $ks off. 1424 NW C9th St., Miami.
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seek
.t" President Kennedy 'and, the :Democratic Party NW 69th St., Miami.
':In the latter; form Vice: :I'esi.dent.Richard Nixon is contesting Reeves, 6851 NW 13th Ave., Miami LIBCITYDRIVE.
the seat Governor Edmund Brown of California. .
Business!' manager: Garth C.
Governor Nelson Rockefeller of New York seeks reelection Reeves, 6851 NW 13th Ave., Ml-
'', His. opponent will be Robert M. Morgenthau. ami.
-, The vice president said the people have a choice of 2. The owner is: H. E. S. VE IN THEATRE
Reeves, 1424 NW 69th St., Miami.
sending a man to Washington who will,help the President. 2. The known bondholders, OX 1-7959 22nd Ave. and 69th St.
He is "your" president, "and he is the:only President you mortgagees and other security
will have for'at least the .next, two years." So he felt cer- holders owning or holding 1 per 't C CKKK t CK{KKKKK RK 3(3tK3C lKK t3C i3R3K K CK tKK th
'.tain,the,voters would want tovsend to. :Congress men who, cent or more of total amount of
bonds, mortgages or other securities NOW PLAYING'aDARIMF.ZANOCK
vould cooperate; not opp se..hljri.* are: None.

fc In'.Pepper the/administration! knows'::it. will have! a 5. The average number of
J"mart It can countoft: rain.oij: shine; ::- copies of each issue of this publication .- 'I'Ii8 3inucigM r

Vice President Johnson :will' ,. visit:22 states. speaking through the sold malls or or distributed otherwise,, .
for the ,Democratic Party. to said subscribers during the U [ : :
In the Primary the Negro vote in Dade County went 12 months preceding the date

."largely to Claude Pepper whose opponent was Republican shown was 9,757 BipDrtI
Robert A. Peterson. The recent crusade of voters increas-

ed the Negroes"'vote to 30,000. Asfar.as we', know, forme)

,Senator Pepper .is still the, favorite,..Jle: represented this
*:state for 14 years. We, wotild' like to see him represent I

$the Third, Congressional: 'District.
: In Florida we" were honored with the presence 'ol F

;'Vce( President Lyndon Johnson and Senator Estes KefauvverJThey I II _
: are 'keelily interested in the election' of former 4 (0 3Y _M !"

g Senator Claude jFe ;per. ,,' ,
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r, *On Saturday evening' Senator Keifafaver was: guest I Y wvV 4' ,, ly M
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Testimonial Dinner in Miami Springs.
:;speaker at Pepper *4
Y':' They also:;,.spake at .a Democratic Rally by the Crusade -

I.. forWoters, group.. ", I I II ACMYk,Y ,
j CREDIT'I
dinner
at
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Miami Beach with the Hon. Ful- tS' >o 3
the Pontainebleau-hotel, V j
ler Warren, former governor of Florida presiding. Secre- I
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tary of State, Hon jTom: Adams, introdupedTJce President TERMS ,I
..Johnson Invocation was given by Dr. Irving Lehram, Rab- 9 .

bi, TempleEmaJuel\ ..the benediction by Dr. Willard ,
Conrad, 'pastor. .Central Baptist Church. i I AVAILABLEI I

fj. Others present include: Atty. Gen. Richard Irwin, ii[YB s WIIJ{mIIIDDIL IWlIllQl ":11IIIII.

v,State Treasurer Edward Larsen, Rep.. Dante Fascell, Sen. when your A.M.E. Church I a. WIaJ,... .
wen T
mamlOOffllllfll Iiiilia "
"t Cliff Hen-ell andStatq! Democratic Chairman, Warren buys Officially Approved t IrI.k liMINWI ==.oa

Goodrich.. *,,'? .,." *:z' .r.' '. I PULPIT GOWNS I dI I L Ito cm under 18 will be admitted unlwatmnpinloJ by M adult. |
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: 1 ,wrehth& FURNITURE .A GIRL AT THE MERCY OF THE WEST'SMOST ., '''
: ,banot NoVehjJler i 6 :gene
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!,plan will be' on4b ;.on .. Other Church
'\j ?,'.eralelectioliwjUt, ,'t"e. pace. .. ft'\ w..I1t. ; ,;" I I Supplies | NOTORIOUS BANDIT-KILLERI! V:' ft !'.

/... Much, hasjtej&n.said, pro and ;con"aiboubhis..plan1.. !I from reliable II e ra blu
,;;:Some believe thatwe: :should vote against It, Others that we ,.

,should support,, it, .because it..is an improvement on the I SANDIA |II
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present' plan.Naturally
counties like Dade with*the larger popula- CHURCH SUPPLY S

tion were disappointed' l with the plan and sought a better
deal. However the federal court. has said that the plan I'COMPAt Y AI a aI

does not violate the Constitution, and that there are many I Official' African Methodist | t
t other 'factors besides population that may be considered. I Church Supplier by
Author
.'*. We !are among those who believe the apportionment '1 and Office of of Public Bishops Relations Council, H D

.* plan should be'voted upon favorably. A.M.E.CHURCH n
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;; YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK," "' ', I WRITE TODAY S SFOR 6I C ," .

-::' Interesting news came from our state's capital this I II II .' ;
On the Florida Cabinet 'decided to return
; week. Tuesday ROBERT
# land and exclusive' rights tp jurist facilities and attrac- I FREE MINISTER GOWN| | I : RICHARD

", tins besides he.Taraiami.jCanal.near) the. 40rmije Bend. I OFFER TAYLOR WIDMARK

':'This-was done in spite of objections from Dade Conn- and FREE CATALOG. Be sure =I II Ito MGM-- .
; tians who'felt that-these sites.coidd eu.ed for parks. But I Include the name and adD THE Filmed In COLOR In the '
'* to the :Miccosukee Indian tribe. dress of your church together H r.,.'''.v.: CftllfomlaVSUrrMi
they go with your own name and address. -
j' The agr$ ment.is that.the.land must at all time be for I I
. i of Florida, Indians dedication shall be EASY TERMS
?1ft the; benefit : << or the
',., revoked. *.-i". *. *'*H> I FOR I g .z : f
.
Miccosukees have secured federal < .. ,, it. !.
$350,000
TJ.i
X a I I '''" '"! '" .)
. :> loan and will l ,build a' Seminole-etyled restaurant, service A.M.E.MEMBERS: '-""'< .
; ;r' station .and jb Jt shop. They will also build, three. boat. SAN DIA CHURCH AND JAKE WADE

launching' ramps. SUPPLY CO.WASHINGTON ...
:
fejWe Dt"pt. t3I PATRIaA .
.:' think+ the Cabinet deserves commendation for 7D1"Hlf STREET N.E. a11AlIBOMUQ'=N"'w .....OWENS..-_.ROOER1'MIDttnCW 1. w ........lORY..> saes.Lw wWS' '1
giving' Such consideration to the Indians. They certainly 2, DoC. rwwK.... letsonire ..DII S11/RQ/l .WI.1M HAWKS
AI atY PIcture .
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: .. .... : .She Is graduate: of Hampton, MIAMI, >RtA!ie).,';'yoAy. .;; O.CTOBBB: ""I ',.I-PIJW.',s
.... :' and has done advance study in _n ..........-
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:; .: :: '' )' 18 Dr. K. L.PHARRjreicelvedlheJriltltutlfln. fort and see about lila young
'' State Univ. She is the mother ofa timely ;faessage.
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:..t..,'. : IL sri[ tl. Tit" :.. son.JOSEPH. i r ,on 11 Mr.
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,. .',.: .:'. o ti. '.';,.." 1 ,, ,. :..j. .,. '. 71taL4., t' Jar, was' president of thet,StU- q of a Mrra 1\1 s. e rge:': ; rt ." f' -
r \.: ,, ,., ,. '' gent Council at Hampton' In his Hams 14f: 4.IA ZELC' : rh!1; use
\. I 1.,1'1 ..t .. v' .% J. J' *bliyRUTII & senior year. He was ,commisiloned SANDERS .Hl the, ,.Potnset has also..spent. jiame. jtirneT with
,' :I'. :'t ':: aeaf ; a 2nd Lieutenant when tla Bridge 1Cl\1'wWt.' 'Saturda't ;her''+attm,.MrsjiMjrtte Taylor of
"I I, .ti + P N. POLITE graduated. He was sent to Yald night. J! H*.,*' ., oj It tLAttendingR Op-a-Iock* .// /JOHN ,SAMUEL,

',:CBAPBOOK GEMS. B'e tran- from the Carver Branch of University as an exchange stu :the state Wanningconference 'Senior tudent at North Dade
qui! 'When feel,like YMCA. dent for a week. After having 'I' about; WWdMWe'Svrote'last' week
yoU saying of
of the Federation
:
served five : has beeJUiiU.'t'b play with the
art
years .
sorne* hfiijg, that ,you\; .knoytr: ypu Airs. Clark is a past president Germany he was promote .to Women's Clubs were EARLINECI4wrrE larltlrzit'i gach. Civic Orchestra.
will, regret, or keenly feel; an ';pf-the PTA of Douglas Elementary the rank of Captain. He"!s'now PhyUts' Wheatley'Club r>e ) s, [nton
fnsulti not so, easy to forget, and Booker T. Washingtonhigh Rationed at Barstow Call. at ;GEO1 OIA'ROLtINS, Idle' conRratuVated l' tot 'gr tlkAtpthiS
\that's.,. the; time to curb resent school; secretary of the Ft. Irwin. Hour and Sunshine Comnv l ltY': special 4>errj$sslon to this
.ment and maintain a mental American Legion Auxiliary for Club;, ELIZABETH ,CUi' S. promising '.st deat;! J9hr[ sat !in (
;peace;''for when your mind is the past ten years; past chair To this exemplary family president of the -City As oca.tlon rehearsal with the orchestra I
tranquil all your ill thoughts man of the membership com CONGRATULATIONS! ? .and'MYRTLE *DAV J.- Sunday,. Oct Congratulations
'Bimp y cease: It Is easy to get mittee of the YWCA; district state board:chairman jto,, .' PrlnZOLA atn"tOl angry when defrauded or defied ahauman of the March of Dimes NATIONWIDE SULLIVAN Is on the Dade.
to be peeved and disap- Drive and the Heart Fund. She HOTEL ASSOCiAiluisi road to recovery after a short
pointed if your wishes are de- has held this office for fiveyears. close: their inc., brought to a period of illness Mr and S *,
nied but to win a worthwhile At Bethel AME Church ninth annual con- Mrs. VON JACOBS" are the
: vention HAPPY BIRTHDAY GREET-
battle over selfishness and spite she is a Sunday School teacher, on a high note. Their proud parents of a beautiful
last meeting on the 17th return- baby girl LAVER NE MI- INGS to Beatrice Black, Susie
must learn strict member of choir No. 1, ,
to program
you keep Wise Williams
) d to office THEODORE R. HA- CHELLE.. She arrived Oct. 11 Geneva Bernice
silence know chairman of usher board
though you you'rein T. Johnson Jewell
Senegal
GANS, Jr., as National Presl- at 11:17
: a.m. weighing 8 Ibs.
I," the right. So make your No.4, assistant secretary of the aunt for the next term. Mr. Ha. Clara B. Matthews, MabelWright
mental balance when confronted Senior Pulpit Aid Board. For gang is vice president and It is good to report that Mrs. of Jacksonville, Oct. 22;
by a foe, be it enemy in ambush 14 years she has been on the .!rdl! manager of the New Dun-gen. WILEY (Maggie)r ROBINSON Sarah Scott Stewart of Jackson-
or some danger that you staff of the lunchroom at Booked oar Hotel, Washington, D. C. Cwest Club member, is up and i ville Barbara Hepburn, Dore-
,", know. Be self-controlled and T. Washington. Like her husband about In her home Mrs. Wiley I tha Payne...Oct. 23 Annibell!.Harris -
tranquil when all round is strife she, too, has been cited One of the highlights of the was an active member of the Chandler Childs, John' E.
:, and Know my friend, you've and received many awards. ;meeting was the crowning of club until her Illness of some Culmer |i1;. Gertrude Simons,
mastered the most vital. thing Prominently displayed in her I Miss NHA for 19G2. Miss ROSE few years ago. She sends a Robert Lee Squire Jr., Bernice
:' in life.1 home among the citations are HANDLER of Miami was cho- cherry "hello to old friends W Paulk, Thomasena G. Walker -
I :he one from the American Cancer >en the winner. Runnerup were Friends from Los Angeles are Willie;J.' Wright, Ella Wyche,
S Society and the l\l1amilleart Miss ROBERTA DRISCOLL, raving over the Progress of Mrs. Oct. 24;, Ernest L. Williams Jr.,
;;.: FAMILY PORTRAIT OF TInt Fund. Washington D.C. and Miss JUANITA HAMBE tRY's bpys, Craig R.. Papino; Hattie Aaron,
ANNE HENRY N. C: Coney; Sallle Brown Os-
This family's six children STEVENSON of Nassau VALENTINE is a associate ,
all graduates of BTW are who is an employee of P a n ,engineer! at 'Douglas Air \ School. EMILY High American Airways. Craft The, SkyJoft Division has Memoriam' Ella 'C. Clark, Jean-
CLARK DE- awarded him etta' Gill, Oct. 25)); Patricia
I a scholarship' to
VEAUX
is now living in Beau
Appearing on the program at attend UCLA. He hopes' nraxton Laura C O'lffyant,
fort, S.C. and is the mother, of the banquet and Awards Party an l\fA.in mathematics VREGI: Laum C. Saunders, Andrea D
two children She !is teaching were Atty. "ELFORD V. LAW.SON NALD Sweeting,'homer G. Thompson
in the school of which her husband of Washington; the Honorible ing Lou: innindustriialYeattend- Led'AUderley,Jr., Oct. 20. ChriSWar
I is principal. She formerly SIDNEY ARONOVITZ, A career h m; Oct. 10. -
taught here at Carver Elementary. Commissioner:: ; Rev EDWARD ing is his choice. Grandmother .. 1 .
She holds a BJ3. degree r. GRAHAM. No convention SADIE WHITE HEAD .is out
from Hampton and a M. S. de- would be considered complete there. with the boys to see that. TJIOUPJ'i''I'on THE,WEEK
jree from Columbia University. unless that pul/lic relations man the' house is kept in''order.
ROBERT HILLERY CLARK 10SS H, KENDRICX was on Children !peed models more
graduated from Tuskegee Institute hand. lIe was:; there and as gra- Merchant, Marine "MILLER
lie Is married and the father Ious as! usual with the DAWKINS let home to'' 'com. than 'they need critics. ,

of a daughter. He is one ol pause: that refreshes." Mrs. LI
the few electrical engineers in MARION H. SHANNON, NHA's ,
the city He does n thriving national secretary and publish. I FINEST SELECTION IN ,MIAMI
business in his chosen vocation. er of Go-Guide to Pleasant Motoring .
ALUERTHA= CLARK PHAHR was quite a part of the
Hampton graduate, is also mar. convention. The 10th conven lOVELY HOMES OPEN
Tied and the mother of two sons tion will meet in New Orleans

She and her husband, Alvis next year ,
Pharr (relative of Dr. K. L. STILE LOW. LOW DOWN PAYMENTS V .

Pharr of this city) reside in I\I>K COUNTY 4" EZ, Terms 1 r' ", '....... than 'rent
Newark, N. J, When she first AWARDS DINNER staged by
WEEK.A salute to the CLARK met her husband they were em the President's Committee on 1364 NW 44th Street
FAMILY or C29 NW 11th Terr. Toyed at Rockhlll Junior Col. 'he employment of the handicapped '
This family ,represents the type S.C. Mrs. Pharr is Presently was held in the Ever- $350 down. No closing costs buys the loveliest h6u .
of structure on which Miami's employed as'n supervisor lades Room at the Everglades in Manor Park 'Gorgeous Int.rlor.2; Florida rooms.
foundations were built. This in the office of the Internal l Hotel. Top award winner was '
family typifies the calibre of Revenue Department. totally blind FRANCIS H. ZEL- .
citizens who constituted the EDWAD LOMAX CLARK, LER who owns and operateshis 745 NW 46th Street:
"
fabric of community life before Hampton graduate, is an Instructor own business. Two diligent Brand ,new. Move right in. 3 bedrooms, 2 bath,
values. All
the era of misplaced .
of Architectural Design workers JAMB ANDERS and
through the years of growth at FAMU. He also servos DOROTHY EDWARDS, in the Fla. room. We are building this model''on other lots .
and development, the community in the capacity of architectural rehabilitation of the handicap Make, your choice ,today! '.6,90(1'10tal.( Largo discount .,
has pointed with pride to consultant for the university, ped were invited guests. Theyare for big down payment. Best'buy.. on a "new' I
the manner in which they have vlany of the finer homes ,in Tallahassee also members of Gov. Bry "
house. "
''
w played the role as Christians are from his drafting ant's and President Kennedy i
parents, and citizens of goodreport. boards. He is married and has Committees on the Physically ,

.. I ilAl: four children. Handicapped The formal '4701 NW 10th AVe. \, 1.;. ',
VIVIAN CLARK OWENS was owning of FRANKLIN FEDERAL -
ROBERT LOMAX CLARK CBS horn in heart of MsU&or Prk..
was born in Pensacola, Fla. He employed as a teacher at the SAVINGS AND LOAN Lovely corner .
came to Miami In 1913. Mrs. Carver Elementary school in ASSOCIATION drew a large $400 total down, owner pays your ,closing costs. $76
THERESA HILLEHY CLARK Richmond, Va., before return. number of people. The lion I month.
"* was born in Savannah, Ga. They Ing to Miami as a teacher at LEON WALLACE brought a per .
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were married June 20, 1921. The
wedding took place In the par. 759 NW 64th Street
Opa-locka, '
IGGth St.,
IpiU NW
Zion Baptist Personal
sonage Church. They of Mt.have been active MentionThe left last week for Hemmlngway.SC. Move right In today. No fuss, no red tape. $500 down,

,participating members of Bethel Rev and Mrs. Samuel ., to attend the funeral of and $78 per month. Huge Fla. room, larg lot.
'town and daughter are visitorsto their brother, Peter E. Pressy.
AME Church for many years. our city, Kr. Brown b[ the *
To be exact he'!has been a member vicar of St. Andrews Episroml >
3031 NW 67th Street
,
since 1914 and she for 26 ( hurch in St. Petersburg. While The lovely models of the .$
_, years. The "Clark's saga"' of sere they also visited Key West, Ebony Fashion Fair show 4 bedrooms CBS, huge lot fence. $400 down ,
community service: embellish 'ormer home of Frt Brown scheduled for Sunday at Dade .
/ ed with zeal, ardor,. clock, hours County. Auditorium are fttOJ"ping J
and enthusiasm, Is replete with Mrs. Amelia E. Chlsom and at the Hampton House 1000 NW 75th Street ,

$, positive recognitions.action Side and by warranted side, with sister, Mrs Rosa P, Lester uf while ,In Miami. Huge corner.bouse..2 baths and hugeFla; room. T .1

.-i;, their children linked hand In t rifle for only.$400 down.- $80 per month.' "

hand'with ,them, the following *---r1112NW-..... ..-..-....., '
,A.: is to be, noted, emulated and 77th Street
,
REOPENINGMEET ".
praised. GRAND .. '
Mr. Clark- is ,teacher and Gorgeous CBS duplex, 2 bedrooms 'and Fla. room "

treasurer of .Greater Bethel each sidle. Lovely. quiet area. Lire rent free for only I .

AME Sunday School; presidentof YOUR FRIENDS AT THE $600 down.,' '
the Joint ushers board and ._.._' .. V..- ..
Institutional representative of '.
Boy Scouts of America of 3342 Thomas Avenue '

Greater Bethel AME Church; (Coconut Grove). .
commander of John Griffin Post DORSEY LOUNGE"MIAMI'S I
No. 165 of the American Legionfor Like new CBS huge 3 3-bedroom bath, hardwood

the past five years; president floors, tile roof, Fla. room, dining room. No qualify

and founder of the paddtesf MOST POPULAR HIDEA W AN" In,.*Move right In. $500 down. Reduced price.REALTY '.
Club of Booker T. Washington "

Hardware Co., hapsMcitwhim Open 5 p.m. 'til 1 a.m. 2 aim. Saturday
times for "dependable ,
>. many NEWS '
and efficient" service, Betas .
rworked' 'for this firm lot '42 ..
Bethel chose him 941 .2nd Avenue .- *
Greater '
.. years."Father of The Year" in 1956 (The broker That Worts&"For You), ..,.;":", {

"' and again In 1962. The South (UPSTAIRS) '
4600 NW 7th Ave. PL 44J65S
.", Florida Council of Boy Scouts ; .
of 1962 America.''DlstiniUJiMtI.presented Scouting him the Cocktails Music Atmosphere. (Open Sunday) '

f'tl** Award" He reowed the 1960 .
.
Service Award" /' '''' '
meritorious! f 4n ..

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I KEYS MADE MONEY ORDERS LIGHT BILLS NOTARY PUBLIC
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COLD KIST 5 LBS FIRST CUTPork

I Fryer Backs 590 Chops Ib 351

, BREADEDVeal
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: Roll RATTTS Sausage 390 LB Sliced Bacon Ib 390

BY THE PIECE LB.
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: StrawberriesPound BIRDSEYE WHOLE COFFEE Ib 390

j 39C (Wit $5.00 Order or More) Peas Ib 271
! K CHICKEN OF THE SEAWHITF.SOLID MEAT
/ 10 OZ. BIRDSEYE Tuna 3 for 99* 1 LB BIRDSEYE French Fried
Peas & Carrots LARGE ENERGYDetergent Potatoes 25*
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t Stick Cheese 49* Sun Gio Bleach] Gal. 3ge." Cut Corn 2-351
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Wedge Cheese 49' Kleenex Towels 2 in Pkg. oss'f colors 39f Cheese Ib 491

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j Style Corn 3-490 Tomato Paste 6 oz. 2250Tomato
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Hunt's Frail Cocktail 2-390 16 OZ. UBBY'SCorned

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Wins Thriller I, SIGNS WITH I .MIAMI, FLORIDA SATURDAY, OCTOBER SO, 1968 PAGE 7



From Benedict 25-20 PITT Kennedy PITTSBURGH,RENS the All-SIAC Pa, -center Walt I Miami Set For Maryland"Maryland I

from Florida A and M Univer
\ JACKSONVILLE The run diet received the kickoff and sity, has signed a contract to is a great passing brillliantly against LSU des-
nlng of LaRonnle Adams and I marched to the 10 yard line. play professional basketball for team and will be tough to stopIn I pite their loss, are expected to
the passing of Bobby Frazier With 49 seconds left In the ball the Pittsburgh liens the air." come up with another good ball
put the Wildcats of Bethune- I game, Fennell attempted a pass In his four-year career with game this week In the Home
Cookman College back .in the which was intercepted by Frazier the Rattlers, Kennedy led the This word comes from Ed 1 coming against Maryland. "We'll
'.winning column as they. de The Wildcats will meet the Rattlers to three league cham Kensler, University of Miami have to Ma good to stay on the
feated the Tigers from Benedict Rattlers of FAMU on Saturday pionships. He is a native of line coach who has been scout field with this team," Gustafson
College 25-20 before more than Oct. 20 at 2 p.m. in MemorialStadium Tuuskegee Institute, Ala., and ing the Terps this fall. said. "This Is a tough Maryland
6,000 fans In the Gator Bowl played prep basketball at Tuse "There's no question that ball club. They" hit hard and
Saturday night. < 'e j High Dick Shiner is a truly great never let up.
The amount of Kennedy's contract passer and is dangerous every Gustafson said
Maryland real
With less than 50 seconds SPORTS DAYSThe : waQ not disclosed. nn second he's in there," Kensler ly started to roll last week
gone In the ball game, Benedict nounced Ed Oglesby, FAMU said. against North Carolina and will
scored on a safety. On the next head basketball coach. be
"tough for anybody to beat
sports days provides an Shiner has been
recovered a B-CC peppering the "
rest of the
fumble and Robert Fennell, opportunity for large numbersof and has a fabulous .655 percen. year..
Benedict quarterback, passed to boys and girls to experienceand FullmerTiger Fight tage oi completions lie ranksas ---.-.--.----
'1 Samuel Cromer for a 30 yard obtain values of athletic one of the nation's top pass-
touchdown.In competition. The principal characteristics Reset For Oct. 23 ers in the NCAA statistics. 'ANDREWS' JEWELERS
of a sports day Is
the second quarter with'6 that competition between two or Revere storms that hit the Pacific So far in 81 heaves Shiners EXPERT WATCH AND
minutes left, Eugene '"Choo :nore schools Is limited to one Coast last week compelled has completed 55 aerials for 687 CLOCK REPAIU8
Choo" Clapp went over from Jay. Each school enters two promotors of the World Middle- yards. 40 Yean In litulne.
*" the one yard line to make the teams for a double elimination weight Championship fight be- Maryland has receiveruaneu All work
score at the end of the half iompetltion. Plaques are given tween Gene Fullmer and Dick Tom Brown a pass who guaranteed
Benedict 8, B-CC 6. .o the champions. Tiger to postpone the match. It by Coach Andy Gustatson as rated be- FR 3')1 S2

I After an exchange of plays Sports Days serve to emphasize U I Oct.$ now 23 scheduled In San for Francisco Tuesday: lug on par with Miami's All 303 N.W. 2nd Ave.Taylor's .
Robert Fennel went over from the spirit of play, to develop Candlestick Park. Local fans American of last year, Bill Mil
the one foot line to give Benedict pupils socially, and to pro- can see the closed-circut telecast ler. There's no question he's a
the lead. On a punt return note the spirit of 'good sports- direct from the ringside on great receiver, Gustafson said
LaRonnie Adams ran 55 yards manship.The I the big screen of the Capitol Miami is getting all steamed
for the touchdown. As soon as Theatre starting at 9:30: p.m. up fur tHe Dig Homecoming
Girl
results of the Volley I
''i.' the Bethune ball. gained Bobby Frazier possession of a ;call sports day held at Miami J. R. Brower, manager of the j udttlu which is expected to at Guest House
gave Theatre announced '
Capitol today
Northwestern, Oct. 11, are as l u act more man 'lu.uou fans
{r hand-off to LaRonnie who'went
that fans who purchased
Day and night service
J 14 yards for the follows: tickets lau Hun' who
;. I prior to the postponement I .caned, played
'L: Juanita Roach second'score'l 'A' team champion North of the fight could use the FREE SOFT MUSIC
w; Dade. | same ticket for the Oct. 23 date.
| fourth period with a 30 yard i He also stated that advance ana ui\ tue:! Grand Theatte in 8680 S.W. 16th St.
|: gallop for the Tigers to put 'A* team runner up Miami tickets are still available and fciim All
vvcat: belch:! beats arereserved W. Hollywood Fla.
them In front by a score of 20-( ,
Northwestern. :, be purchased at the box.
can ana are priced at ':S.bU
18. On a pass play from Bobby office of the Capitol, Ritz Center including tax.
Frazier George Williams ran bs)'i B' team champions North and Ace Theatres in Miami, YU. 3.4346.Open 24 houri
yards for the touchdown with western. I 013
less than 2 minutes In the ball
'I game. The extra point was kick 'B' team runner up Car-t e 0
ed by James Sheppard. Bene ver.


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f ,"'.... On Saturday evenings you'll I Land's Bantam League during em
find young couples having a the first session at 9 a.m. or .
i ball (bowling ball, of course), !I second session, 12 to 3.
t at Pin-Lani. Led by Timothy
I Williams, president of the The second Bantam session Is
Couples Club of the Church of starting this week for the first Tksiy !
."the Open"Doon" the group decided I. time due to the overwhelming .
,
I
to make bowling at Pin- I acceptance by parents, children,
Land: their weekly recreational I educators and sponsors alike

activity. I Look for the community mind-
I i, ed men in our community displaying -
I colored Junior
the
plum-
,Monday night Is upennynight" Bowling Sponsor's Award, Sup
works this You
It way; them! helping to
port They are
at full price.
bowl one game A
build sound minds and strong i
'
The second game cost a penny'
bodies wholesome
through ;
A wonderful time to get In good ervised recreation.A sup r twl'e
bowling practice and save mon '
ey at the same time. !

new addition to the com uI
The MTA Senior Mends League munity relations staff is Mrs.
bowled at Pin-Land on Tuesday Charlotte Williams a long time j 4I ,
Miami resident and I
night. The Bowlmasters prominent
took all three over the Strikes business woman. She may Me
and Spares Team. The Strikers contacted at 635-5300 or at home
took two out of three over the by calling NE 6-3,)13 to help you
"I"Sportsman, and the Sparemas- arrange meetings, Ubwllng clubs :
ters took two out of three over or group transportation to and I
the Tenpins. John Stoner bowl from Pin-Land Lanes rr
ed high Individual game witha
r
642 and high Individual set

with a 638. Pops Taylor bowled SUNNY SAYS "Serve Schenle/i sunny morning flavor
second high set with a 506. :
i For tastier drinks your guests will savor!"

PA ,r.1. :' :y:;
The Business and Professional J\
Women's Club took advantage 1
of the meeting room facilities N .
to hold their biweekly :;
meeting on Tuesday night. The J

Jacquelyn meeting was Frazer.conducted The ladies by SERVICEWilliam chenle""

:a plan to meet at Pin-Land again Pinder Sr.
** club ,
on the 23rd with a bowling RESERVE'Sch.n'q
"t at? P.m,and meeting at 8 p.m.I Professional Piano Tuner ;
rMr
The Miami Bowling Debs La And Repairer

dies Handicap Bowling League, 1935 N.W. 153rd St.
still has openings for Thursday t -,-,, -! is i turprot to most people Irs
night.If Opa-Iocka s Chcnt Q j whisky thit'i light as .ny-but ther,'.

Phone MU 8-3770 Itkabli dWennc In 'flavor. That's bt-
you want to see what real ',rNC.en cause Sehur.,'. straight whlshys an
bowling is like catch Pin- P mellowed 8 fun ears before blending with

.4..' grain neutral'spirits. Change to Schenley
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___ _'_'r'r __ r_ i+r.9 t y R+t r --.4 S.6. R.t.Lki S.+S+O; SMALL I Three of the Dade County Friday ntgbrt the "Nortl} Dade
S r POLL "- High School football teams were Thunderbirds ',dropped J.' dote
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to
-- in their games dur one Mlddleton High' or
victorious 1'arn.
LOOKING THE .' NEW YORK .- >'Florida? A&M -past weekend but the pa 1943 izX the-)v t-eoast
',,' ",: TP 1 rSPORTS ,: r: 1 ":' extending its unbeaten streakto with other two ended on short ends I' Saturday night 3.Miami)'f f;;ty,
t : 13 games last Saturdiy of the scores. dium the. Northwestern'' 'J hiilll
: an easy win over Morris Thursday night at Miami Sta- celebrated ;their hOncomlnitby.:
WORLD OVER Brown, Wednesday was college: dium, the Carver High School trouncing'the Vikings.,of: U i
__ the nation's No. 1 small Hornets edged the Blue Devils coin High.. Rivierla JJeeach,
",.. football team for the third of Roosevelt! High School of ,.. -, ,33.0.
Ay Lib' .B. ARMBRISTER straight week by the United West Palm Beach 76. .
Press International Board of FOR
SALE
Duplex ;:
Coaches. i Also on Thursday night the
osv coos s6 3* &&fS&9O&XlSXtXYankees The Rattlers picked for the I I Mays High Rams topped the $1,500,'DOWN :, ,;i'.j i
11 coaches a week Lincoln Park ; '
top spot by Grey hounds of
Beautiful .
Win Agaip ao were the first-place pickof Academy of Ft. Pierce 15-0. Corner ,..-,'
17 this week as they widened I On Friday night the BTW Modern"ACBS.: ,,< v 1'1
The 1962 World Series may their hold over second-place Tornadoes continued their los- Terms 'to Suit ';',.a"

pot have been won by the i I nowitca Southern. Mississippi to 51 wallop-ed 99i! ,NW'.Slit St.: .I.:
NOTES points.Florida's Ii
stronger team; brit it .Is a I I
tainty that it was recorded Albert Bryant, bowling in the A&M's victory over I Ft. Lauderdale 440.) PL, 12990SAVE :

favor of the: one. which" cer-I I Excelsior League last Thursday Morris Brown was the Rattlers'they _,.__... or"H_...S. rnnr............... .... .......rrrIr.............. "...,..o( ..
won all ten of their -------- ---- -- --"
had
the longest. night, a deep breaking
curve to post a 661 ((243)) set third this season. Last year
The Mighty Yanks reversing This professional type bowl- games and captured five team A T
their pattern of mowing down ing was good enough to propelhis titles among the nation's small
their opponents with slugging Carriage Club team into colleges.
.'power'kept their bats silent and second place behind the pacesetting This Saturday, the Rattlers THEFRANKLIN -
gave the job of securing their News Realty. meet Bethune-Cookman and
20th World Series to their pitch- Excelsior League fifth week then play Tennessee State,
,ing staff. standings: North Carolina A&T, Allen,
Southern U. and Texas South FEDERAL
The pitchers came through TEAUV L Avg. ern.
the pressure-test with flying News Realty 12 3 860
colors in the shape of a worlds I I Carriage Club 11 4 826
rles pennant which broughtnot Hagan-Fonda 10 5 827 Football ScoresFla. 1001 N.W. 3rd Avenue
much more than 'an occasional Olympics 9 6 836 .
I A&M 36 M. Brown 12N.C.
ho-hum from the weary 12th Frame H1-Hats 7 8 851 .
A&T 20 Md. St. 8
baseball fans* who have EARN ..
gone Am. Fur. TV 7 8 851 ---- -
Morgan St. 39 Howard 6N.C.
the longest season on Miami Times 7 8 749
Coll. 28 Va. State 6
.record only to se.i the outcome Store 5 10
Kenny's Dept. 799 Ala. A&M 42 Ft. Valley 12 1 &/ DIVIDENDS
the same monotonous results Hot 5 10 731
hopes St. 20 St. Paul 8 4
Augustine
PER ANNUM
:The Yanks Winning St. Clair 8 Cafe 2 13 790 Tuskegee Inst. 36 Knoxville 6 4 7it .
Individuals high game: Bishop 35 Rust 6 PAID QUARTERLY
Albert Bryant 243 Morris 9 Savannah 6
PAR AND BIRDIE CLUB Willie Nicholson 232 V. Union 26 Winston-S'em 14 DEVELOP
HOLDS TOURNEY 'ATOllANGEBROOK. Johnny White 225 Va. St. 45 DC Tech 0 THRIFT HABITS INDEPENDENCE
< Individual high 3-game: I Fisk 25 Phil. Smith 6
;
Albert Bryant 661 I!J.C. Smith 29 Dela. St. 12 RACE ,PRIDE SECURITY
The Par and Birdie-Club toured Willie Nicholson 629J. I '0 COMMUNITY
the Westbrooke Course of Harvey and W. Cox 600
'Hollywood last Sunday playing Fort Lauderdale. The bowlers DIGNITY BETTERMENT
Average of 190 and
..their monthly tournament. up: will welcome the support of
Albert 196 Frank
Bryant the fans from their Call 371-7652 for information
.Tournament director, Ernest Smith 190 and Dave Boon 190. favorite
Hayes, made the competition a The Falstaff Traveling League bowling establishment.
little keener when he flightedthe attracted a large audience last Ir.JrIr.nru..JrlrIYCIr.1r..JrIr i.BOWL.
contestants In three stages, Sunday at the Bunche Lanes
ABC instead of the usual four where the first cycle of the
flights. bowling houses was completed.

This gave handicappers Standing of teams after four
an opportunity to compete with weeks:
player they would rarelY |;TEAM W L AT.
come in contact with; this. MinI MI Club 9 3 878
a good Incentive to
improve
Bunche
8 4 866
their game. Pinland 8 4 853

The results were evident and Sunrise 8 4 831
did not 'bar Joe Davis from Sunrise 7 5 786 RtUXINlIT'S -
rounding out a neat 72 and 1st Pinland *6 6 826 ..
in the 'A' das*, 2 strokes Sunrise 6 6 819
back wts Robert 'ieidon w':t\ 74 Mi 4 8 820
and in third plac3 Ira Maxwell Sunrise 3 9 802
,with \75. Bunche 1 11 745 U.
The league zegins its second .
McVicar Colemin, helped by circuit Sunday at Sunrise in
a' 2-stroice handVsp j wx able to
nudge out Charles Peterson in { AND ITSStudent's
the class 'B' division "0 10 72Hot REPOSSESSED Y
on their trail] wa Amos
'Jenkins with a 73. Bed ........................ $10 up
Washing Machine $35 upI
In 'class
Robinson- with'C' a division 3 stroke hand Deep Freeze ........... $35 ..ft IN '@TL f
cap advantage over James Mil- 1 Kenmor Mangle, &ROV MiLV$ i

ler was winner 74-VU in third like new.... ........... $50
place was Bruce McCord. Floor Lamps ..... $3.00 up

The executive board :of the 40 in. Triple Dressers $20 11'S:ARIA ... ,
: Par and Birdie. Club held its Chests .......................... $20 .vn ws r a ol
I' first meeting on Monday night; ALLIED FURNITURE
Ercund work in the ci'ni.t.g
1334 N.W. 54th St.
Golf As*>".vun tnurna-
..-.111' topic on the agrn.la. PL 7.5794 j
iient 4 ere next August was the ,( Dy
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TCntJiYnnual\ [ RMiona'Thtf Me i' r t:;: --or' .
I --. ) : ; J I", t.KNIGHT. BEAT'XTTMCTIONS. f A'I Y :CLYDE : I '< :> tftnth "BhHual' :Regional presentedta, : ::,'individualsr / /*::,' ,.: : : '\ = .A I,M>JKILLENS'
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Mmof'Uhtf' : National: Beauty ,Hostess committee: .','. .' j >::' "
Cliltttris.t -1..eagueInc.: \ .,.:1T11I ba Mrs. Marion Muldrow,"< Unit ', .
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held f' Oct :28-301 with, the'lIarn .Ka.: f,:Miairmdn;. Mrs, ,BJllle 'r f i:' i/LGI'IJ.irB} t i *: 4 Il !
ton House' !aa headquarters.. r;, Pitts," Unit 42- Mrs T oulse RU r:. :"::WED, :OCT.. 31 :
,:o'Ma outstanding ':features ley'Unit 55; Mrs.,Lulille Moore, '. I ,
are, on the-. agenda including Unit\;43: Mr. D A. Julius, pub- ',: iCLYDE'KILLENS
tropical beautyrama, hair style lie relations;; ,Mrs; Alaine S. Waidon "\>. ONITE, TOMORROW AND

show Room:nndutiance;pt;the}.Mary at.the Elizabeth Flesh! state' president, and hisHURRICANE "1! ,. ; And Y, Qctgbe}: .19 20 2 J

Hotel, a'nd'q:'tfip i 'to Nassau. I. .' ., :: J', BOYS
The''H yrtarhW' Dr. 'Katie E. Recognition' ..' '1", .
Wickhamd president. of the Day, :. Pre.ent'their (
league, will be guest speaki-r A Kendall "
to the.graduating class of the .', 3RD'ANNUALMasquerade'
Sunlight Beauty School, Sunday Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock 'if
3 p.m. ,. .dtpYft, Zion Baptist Recognition Day will lie observed I
Church ileV. E. T. Graham, at the Dade County U I
pa stor;;" 'Regional delegationswill I Children's Home at Kendall. I
be special guests.. The' principal speaker will be Ball'and ShowBARBARA
Attendance Trophy will be Mrs. Marian Wells, who will be I '
awarded to local units havingthe presented by Mrs. Mettle M1 'P t, ,
largest number of persons Brown Mrs. Vera Davis will I :: '
registered (excluding Miami give the vote of thanks. ( LYNN
units). Seryice awards will be I' Recognition of deserving!
children will be conducted byt I November 9. 10 11 ?; '
Alfonso Williams. Rev. Ernest fk' \;..,
Hutcheson Jr., will offer pray. Adv. $1.25 Door "' ,'"
$1.50
Westers
Key to er and benediction. I !' 't .

You are invited.LLLmy.LLi .... f \I : .
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meeting has been set for Sunday Special4911 NW llith Avenue 1 V'., 'I
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Tuesday, Oct. 30, 7.30: p.m. at the .
Community Center, Truman and .
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2.bedroom bath home i'0.
Emma Sts., for the purpose of
organizing a voter's league.A !('". "
circular letter has be-in Extra nice FHA Approved .... .,
sent out by Henry Joseph Sua- $400 Total Down Payment-No closing cost \
rez, veteran of world war II,
inviting all voters to be pres $77.62 monthly ( t.
ent. He will discuss the political OPEN SUNDAY 1 TO 4 P.M. u 4t tL
situation i n Monroe Coun ,
UNIVERSAL REAL ESTATE
ty, and his proposal for a state

Wars bonus I for and veterans II and the of Korean World I 2156 NW 36th Street NE 52892COMPLETE '

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Let Delores take that "wlggy" 9130'p.m.. IpDIE "
look out of your wig and styleit DNSNII'All
in a coiffure that will do PLUS 2 BANDS & SHOW :'::.
something for you. Call FR Seats $3.50 ADMISSION $1.00
49944. Modernistic .Beauty Sa, Tax; Included .
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tHE MIAMI\ TIMES

MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1002

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r SOCIAL SECURITY Pun Phun
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t : By Phil Ossofcr
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\. I -s.- I'm not a musician, but I've
faced the music many times. I'' ,
..naPT WVV i nn n..oaam..ro can handle a shoe horn or leada 0
rubber band, but that's the
extent of my musical abilities. :

QUESTIONS AND ANSWERSQ. I tried to enter this melodious
I field by taking up the trombone
Do I have to report and then let it slide. Next, I tried
pay the social security tax on the bugle. Our orchestra leader
the amounts I pay my Babysit told me to blow, so I did 1
ter? and never came back. Strangely, :

A. Yes, If you pay your 'sit. I had a similar experience witha + r
ter" or any other household em- drum I was told to beatIt.
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playee $50 or more in cash .
I wages in any 3-month period be That was when I began to : > ; : S 1A3 ,
(I ginning in January, April, Julyor worry about my hearing, I told ir" i
\ October, you are required by my doctor I had an awful heating 4 M1 D De' p,* cd+ 1 tJ' P AIt )i RAiN, ?is Crr>w"

law to report these earnings for in my ear. He said, "What
social security purposes.Q. do you expect? There's a drumIn .. r

II Kind of workers are it!" I was mad enough to Scout Executive Robert Clark The picture was made ,In 1934. master D. H. Dobbs and the bewhiskered -
What household workers Uaat him eight to the bar dug this picture of Miami's Shown kneeling are Wilbert gentleman is the late
::1 considered the social security law? for his offbeat humor. Instead first uniformed Boy Scout troop Miller Edward Emanuel, Dar- Major A. C. Goggin pioneer Miami
'I under I went home and workedoff out of his files in a move to vine knowles, Lester Boggls,
,I A. Maids, cooks, gardeners, my rage by picking on a show the growth of scouting in Garth Reeves,, T. L. Lowrie, civic worker'and Veteranof
valets, chauffeurs, etc., who banjo 'poor thing! this area and to encourage more George Allen, Earl Robinson, the Spanish-American War.
perform household work In or Since that time I've atonedfor boys to join the movement. The' Charles Williams and O'Connor Local Scouts recently completed
about a private home. This include my outburst, and all Is uniforms were paid for by Kelsey Clark.Standing. a roundup at Dixie Park
whether Pharr. the left is Scouti
at
sitters,
baby harmony once more. My pvchlatrlst followed
to by a 'fellowship at St.
come
who
adult or teenage, told me to soft pedal John Church. .
a private home regularly to care my aggressiveness and change -- -s-- -!.-!-- -'- -'- -!--'- Scouting officials taking
for children my atte-etude. He suggested 1 part
value ot take up the piano, but I refused. were Frank Howard, Henry
'I j Q. Must I Include and car the tokens in It's too heavy to take up. I can't -:- News From Perrine -:- Daniels Williams, ,Robert Leroy Smith Clark and Herbert Sgt.

figuring the amount of wages carry a tune, so how can I pick Leroy Smith.A .

I, paid to my household workei' up a piano be ? Besides, I'm keyedup : ,By Her. II.'G. Hall Council Pow-Woty is ..sched
social securityreport to a key man. uled for 1 Nov. '
when I make my p.m. 3 at Strana-
,
? I han High School in Ft. Laud-

to Last Friday Oct. 12 the, Luc erdale.
cash payments '
A. No, onlY as Job Opportunities'Treasurer .
a household worker count ky Three Club ''gave a Junior Clerk Stenographer I "
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wages for social all security cash paid pur 1L supper sale on the lawn at 10215 ,(Dept of Water and Switchboard Operator I
poses. However, SW 170th Terr. It was wonder. Golf Course Starter
of It Is paidto i Sewers)
counts, even If part ful to see these young ladles inaction Tax Appraiser I
the cost of room, boardor Misses Barbara Leonard, : Civil Engineer 2 (General)
cover I Engineering Inspector I
car tokens.Q. 6. Sheryl Hall and Christine Mc Communications(Female) Operator Pool Manager

What records must 1 keep k'r tnaS4 j Coy. Engineering Designer Welder Police Complaint Clerk

and how much Information is t: Zoo Keeper I Supervisor Air TrafficDARKLEY'S
report earnings of my
needed to employee for soda! / t y fu On Oct. 14 at 3 p.m. the Apos- -
household ? h 'stolic Choir of Perrine cele
security purposes .. brated its 10th anniversary. This
eachworker's
A. You need a record of was Indeed a very splendid af CUT-RATE STORE
her so
name, his or Matthews is
fair. Deacon doinga
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security number 'and the i with this TUB FRIENDLY STORK WITH THE
cial / t very fine Job group. WARM WELCOME"
wages to ; :
paid
each amount worker.Q. of cash. _i : r.J ;Ut tl.ifuj"l." 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376

Airman Third Class Christopher BACK TO SCHOOL
How do I report my house N. Mitchell, son of Mr. and Oct.,14 Hurst Chapel held its New Gripper Binders SALE:, ,
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hold worker's security I Mrs. Ellis Mitchell 1530 NW Men's Day. Outstanding speakers Straightening Combs
A. Get in touch with your 153rd St., Opa-locka, is being re !:! were heard at both services. Reg. Binder S3* to 1.98 79* to 2.98
I nearest Internal Revenue Service assigned to Sewart AFB, Tenn. Notebook Fillers 5* to 98* Old 07 Bergamont Hair
office. Or call, visit or for training and duty as a roads Composition Books 25* to 496 Dressing
50
I write to your nearest social security and Airman grounds Mitchell specialist. recently Places where the Miami Timescan Bleach and Glow Cream 75* All and 1.00
j type of
ask for booklet be patent medicines
in Perrine
and found
office are: Old
completed United States Air filter,, Cologne
for
No. 21. This booklet contaJns Force basic military training Matthew's Grocery, South Dade men Don't forget your films
full information on 'reporting here.. Drugs and Midway Cleaners and A Variety of Cards for all Occasions
social security takes for household He is a 1962 graduate of North i at South Allapattah Grocery in Gifts of all descriptions. Use our layawAY
workers and Includes a Dade High School. Goulds. OPEN DAILY AND SUNDAY
handy postcard form that you I 8 A. foto 10 P.M.
can use to get the reporting JOHN A. McMINNt Owner

forms. The social security office The Town's Talk ,
in this area Is located at 234 NE ;
7uth St. Amateur Nite I a ,

JOIN THE FUN'!
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SEE THE SOUTH'S Every Thurs. "

.CAPITOLTHEATRE All new shows on
LEADING ,COLORED

PSYCHIC READER ,MODERNTHEATRE The Stage!

-CONSULT IIER- ''Every 'Wed. 9 p.m.

JIMMY REEVESand

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MARSHALL : FRANK "Floor Show"WILLIAMS


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I"It' Let her years of experience guide Jani'es Williams and 'a- I ,plus"BIG TALENT CONTEST'
end protect you throughout life The Twisters"Living
as a lighthouse guides the shlw $ $ $ CASH PRIZES' $ $ $
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ores and lore.
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DON'T STAY IN TUB RUT. GET
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,..1 J Ion Office SIZE hours CAN l HELP YOU. WE ,WILL IUILD ON YOUR LOT

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p 7 n.m. NO CASH IlEQUIREDI

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20 different plans to choose from I

10 a.m. 8 p.m. For information .call .


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MIAMI FLORIDA SATURDAY OCTOBER 20, 19C2 PACK II


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program Saturday night, Oct.
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of your faith or
standing you are invited. Open
. your hearts to the needy and
I.. 17 less fortunate ones among us.
Your
favorite songs will be

5 heard. Spirituals, Gospel Songs, \
quartets solos, quintets and an-
thems.!! Many outstanding
groups
.. -... .-, of the cIty are giving their services
to make this program a
must on your calendar. Bring
your friends and family and kin

Admission at the door is
1 Food, food, food." Yes! food for --
beate- : the needv at our doors. Each I RUBY STRICKLAND 31118.l \JIY8mTII[
person attending, from a batty I '
\fi. t up must bring something to eat. I'; Fifth
an Adults) must have 5 lbs. of Annual Woman's DayAt I
something a can or paCkagej
r.m maybe :3 lbs Crisco .
rice, etc Youth or teenagers, 3 I: Mount Hermon A.M.E. Church '
rk lbs. of food; children 12 down,
3t. 1 to 2 Ibs. of food. Any food that Beauty, charm and talent will you. All and all we have plan-
can be eaten will get you in. be on the move at Mt. Hermon ned one of the finest Women

irt I Don't miss coming, you may AME Church when the ladles Days yet at Mt. Hermon.

ry also purchase your supper from assemble themselves for the observance At 3 p.m. there will be an old
rt 6pm. to 7:45: from 10 cents up, of their 5th AnnualWomen's fashioned spread from the cov-
,'to food will be served. Pastries, Day Sunday, Mrs. tuhy ered dishes and baskets that the
Strickland .
chairlady and Mm.I
homemade ice cream, refresh- ladies are going to furnishedfor
ments of various kinds. For fur I Mary Smith, co-chalrlady for 62
da our guests. Our special
have not left a wheel unturned
ther information or pick ups on company at that hour will be
* JREV. food, call Mrs. V. Davis at UN in preparing for this most ex- the Rev. H. E. Green and his
6-2813 or Miss M. Reeves, evenings I Ii ccllent celebration. congregation of the Mt. ZIon
... .. ,. NB 55504. AME
ft' 027 In these preparations the Id-: Church in Opa-locka.
I OTIS MUNDY t j I dies did not forget about the
MRS. MAMIE GILL I We are all very happy and
I spirit of Christ because they are enthused to do all that

FirstWoman's Day At Mt. OlivetMt. i I r.f'! 0"i: ; 3 'iilII'j;.:''.'j, 1 est have women selected of some Chrlstlandom of the fin.. December can because or about early. In the Januarywe last we ut

: I II In their ceremonies.
". participate
Olivet Baptist Church, wife, Albertha, and Mrs. EHhel "rd The morning speaker comes to our are new planning and spacious to move church into
temporarily located in the Rain Grant are serving as cochairmen I us from Melt/orne, where she Is which Is now under construc-
bow Park Elementary School in of the celebVation. in instructor In the Stone Hiflh
Opa-locka, will celebrate its first Guest speaker at the morning k4 School. She Is Mrs. Gwendolyn tion.Our
Woman's Day with services on service will be Mrs. Mamie Gill, Helleiman. The evening speaker pastor, Rev. S. L Gay is
Sunday. instructor of special education {I I Is Mrs. Josephine Mackey, as busy as can be leading us
:in the county school system. A principal of the Nathan 13. on to higher heights in Christianity '
Rev. Otis Mundy, longtime special program is planned for > x' Young School of Opa-locka. We will meet you Sun.
Miami resident, is pastor. Hit ne evening service. I There will be noted guest art- day at "the biggest little churchIn
hits to sing, recite or what have town."


i)'i. MARY'S: W.. M.:. 'III' ;n',. PAUbA.M.E. CHURCHRev. -

tr. H. V. Stuart, pastor .'T. C. Kelley Jr., pastor MT. CALVARY BAPTIST GRACE PRESBYTERIAN '

M I.*. Dorothy Major,. reporter Mrs. Lee Cray, reporter i Rev. E. M. Thomas, pastor
Laymen of the church will be
I'hyllis Myers reporter
Sunday was a well spent tmd Sunday School was well at-
gratifying day at the above .ended with a total of 155 with I Sunday morning Rev. Dean, a In charge' of Sunday services.

church. All of the activities the superintendent, Mrs. Champion I ( visiting minister rendered the
were well attended and enjoyed in charge. No. 1 choir fur- I I message.. Nelson Adams, principal of
by all. The tea sponsored by the u ned music for the morning Dunbar school, will deliver the
Junior church was real render. service. The women of St. Paul I | Sunday night, Rev. Stephens morning message. Mrs. Irene
ed, headed by Sis, Myrl' Gibson. are working hard in behalf 011 ., -- ...- rendered a very Inspiring mes- Pratt Wilder of Mt. Ollvetto
Sunday will begin its usual hour Woman's !Jay. trying hard MIIS. GUSSIE GAMBLE I sage. Baptist Church will speak In

morning service 11 o'clock, even always to sui'pass'our previous On Oct. 20, we will celebrate the evening.All .
ing service 7 p.m. goal. You, the many friends of the I I I the pastor's anniversary. Hev.I .
officers and members of the Mt. will members of the churchare
At 4 p.m.there will be a tea Our Woman's Day chairlady, Sims and his congregation
at the home of Mrs. Miles Mrs. Robinson will sponsor our Zion Baptist Church, are invited I be there to help and make his urged to come and bring a
2026 NW 6th Gerry annual Chit, Chat, Chew tea with the warmest cordiality anniversary a Joyous one. Rev. friend Also join In the candle-
by Sis. Rebecca place Bethel sponsored on behalf Sunday, Oct. 21 at the church.I to come and share with us in I,I Sims will preach the anniversary light procession in the evening.
of Women's The. Chatting mostly about the success our annual Woman's Day sermon. The public Is invited Jeff Carr, master of ceremonies;
Day. wo vance on Sunday, Oct. 21. Mrs. P. Coklne chairman
Spero ,
men of St. Mary's are going all we expect to achieve Woman's ofj.jcr-j to come. ;
I Mrs. Susie Daniels and
out to make this a successfulWomen's Day. Come to Sunday We are praying for our sick co-chairman Joseph
-averlty, Rev. W.
The youth choir was in ;
Day November 11. charge of the music Sunday 9:30: a.m., stay for the 11 a.m. members to have a speedy re- F. Savoy, pastor.

Our speaker for the occasion night. The Excelsior Club will services and hear a dynamic,covery.
will be Miss Marie White. Plan celebrate its annual tea Sunday, speaker, Mrs. Walton Y Robin-
to Oct. 28. Highlights ot the son. Be sure to return at 7:30
that with
spend day us. proigram I
I Iin '
will tie the crowning of ;. the evening to hear another STANLEY E. JOHNSON, M.D.
..Miss Excelsior. :''eloquent speaker, Mrs. Gussie
BAHA'I ASSEMBLYThe Gamble of the Church of God Announces lie opening of hi.* office for the practice of
Our sick members are Mr. I I in Christ. The theme for the
Baha'l Assembly of Mi Cooper and Mrs. Ruth Mack. day is: "The Image of Biblical OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGYOffice
ami will present the second ina Visit them with a word of cheer. Women."
series of comporative religion Come and worship with us Sun Hour: Dally 10.1 and 57 p.m. Tliur by appointment

studies, 8 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 21 day Dorothy Edwards, Ellen Woo-
at the Baha'i Center 137 NW ten, co-chairmen. 6827 N.W. 15th Avenue, Phone 606-5673

11th ave. Miss Audrey F. Church of The Open Door .
Thompson, treasurer of the Assembly
will speak on."God and Rev., H. C. McDowell, pastorA. Give child quality 1,l- ---*--'-"!-"*.' -*--!.-*--*--*-- -' "*.-*--*.-!.-"--*-'- .-*-'* '*-'" "."*
your
Kdishna." The public Is cordially b.:. McNeal, reporter

retary Invited FR to 1.5420 attend.for Phone further Sec-In- There to greet were Mr.about Burkhart 75 membersout and Fine ArtsConservatory Central Life Insurance Co. of FloridaI I

formation.
,Superintendent\ Bobbin Ralph on ,
MUSIC DANCE ART
VOUII FJIIKNDLY COMPANY"
Monday mgnt at a very important
GREATER. ST MARK P.B. Church meeting. During the DRAMA MODERN AND ATTRACTIVE POLICIES FROM
afternoon they had business 615 NW 60th St. $1,000.00 ,UP TO $50,000.00
flee P. L. Johnson pastor session with the Building and
Mrs. Ruthie M.. Scott reporterIt's financial Committees of the Ph. 757.1351 Whole Life Endowment Educational
churcn. After the meeting Mrs.
fellowship time hereto All day Saturday.Dabilu' *
jmd: Johnson served cake anu Mortgage Redemption
II ] come out and fel
whip ner lArthday. Many more hap- r
with us beginning Retirement Combination
on Sunday Hospital
in irape to the group in honor of
throughout evening Sunday service.School py oirtndays to n1d. Broasted And Home
Circle No. 1 met at the Ijpme
There
will be a beach party Fri- Food ALSO
of air and Mrs. Nathan ttzeli
hOfic rsClubof the church.by In Coconut Grove. Mrs. Tnena 1323 NW 54th Street Family Group Plan
Buses Crowder is the president. Circle Chicken Shrimp
will leave the church at ,
8 p-rn. You may purchase ticketsat 11, Mrs. Enid Johnson, presi- BarbecueHomecooked Father, Mother and all Chidren Under 21 Year of
the church. See Sis. Russell. dent, will have a Stanley Party meals Age Insured Under One Policy

The men of our church' are Coleman at tne home Eve, of Friday Mrs.at Lucretia 8 p.m. FRIDAY SPECIAL I NewBorns Automatically Insured After 15 Days

strivIng to make Men's Day a on NW 63rd St. All are welcome. Fish Fry : REPRESENTATIVES AND BRANCH OFFICES
successful one. We. need your Refreshment free. ALL YOU CAN EAT STATEWIDE IN FLORIDA AND ALABAMA
prayers and :;cooperation to suc
The Sunday School workers
ceed. FOR $1.00 Call for representative in your city for additional
will be honored Sunday at our
Carry out and curb service Information
Visit our sick and shut-Ins and regular morning woranip. All

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r ilY '\.RSr. NETTIB) 301:8: be able '
wm you to retire andQmfftrtebJa
; 4QQ1 JW.43rd; St.;, "djeo>on e Frtsurvived < '
f' : by caw. :. ,?wUl ..your". retirement
I. 1 ,'CARDS-HEM0RIALS, clay, aCtiSa g'AS / years betntlreme12t"i
; Jerthtk; ,POd
(, 7A(. : aUWterMrs. lannlrtg rl /some.
,
.. / : .. Win, a son Ulysses.;l..atrl. }liv@I' Cie jWtJoff until
t sisters Mesdames R Sa mith.
,
:
.:' ,';' :.... .:....1. ...:.- _, Viola Harjly AlberthajSlmpson, the ft jhoijie.ntrjh fidfcone of
; rCARD OF IHAHKS ilzagth 1" Mpnroft .and, Mattte. : the most Imp rtant allies a person
:"' i ,
time.
has Is
enough
Harris; three Brothers, raut'John *
!I The family of the late, DEA'THS Henry and James"Smith, time' you wjUl be pleasantly surprised
at howhmcby0u) can accumulate
MRS> BERTHAIUNTLEY 8 4aug hter-lnla.w: Mrs' ; Willie :
ho departetl ,tnlsfUfe 6h oat :, d J ,ftm..B& I : Mae. Hardy,. three,, grand', cltUd'l: through the years by
:, W, expresses profound gratitude 9. ren. Her remains, were,. h Investing a dollar-cost1' averaging

49tthe, countless acts of Francis, to Daytona Beach for Jinal rites program of MUtUaL Fund
kindness: and commiseration I .1-1"' '/ "t Investments for as little as' one
10Wn' 'b' friend and rieighbors MRS. PHARLIE STEADMAN '- share or $2.50 weeklyf<:
curing its bereavement. We ex 2304 NW 71st Lane died Oct. DENNIS 'WOODS ,' .r'. Your future lies within your
tend to the pastor and membersdf 34. The 'body was shipped to 14235 Madison Ave.,. R1cimood ) GWH<;feandanTJhe) l time to plan
the St. John Baptist Church Wagner, S.C. Friday, Oct. 19 for Heights, died 'Oct,,.,13. His your::future 19,the. present,' Now,
; the1 Frdrtfcis'i Funeral Home and fInal rites On Sunday. Survivors ,survive! by a daughter' Mrs, Now, Now. if, '
tJfiefcmany friends who sent flowers Include her husband, Artis 3 Florence E. Harrell, three' sons, "'t
| and messages of condolence. daughters, Mrs. Annie Mae J)en. Emanuel Herman and Enor t::
The i 'Family.. : tins, Mrs. Ruby Hickerson and mous.. li'uneral' services were PLAN NOW-PAY LATTER
tlrs. Artie Bell Carley, three held Oct. 18 at Greater Bethel iI4
sons, Artis, Willie and Freddie Ralph Delancy, son of Ann'el! I(I Israel P. B. Church with Rev.P. FREEbookletprospectus
ordan, two sisters, Mrs. Isa- Delaney died Oct. 13 at the D. Brantley officiating *"'
CARD OF THANKSThe J elle Williams and Mrs. Mary home of his sister Edna Owens I
:/aughn. of 5025 NW 14th ave. Funeral describes
family of the late, services will be held Saturday NTLLSS.
MRS. MARY ETHEL SMITH
Oct. 20 at Ebenezer Methodist INCOMEFOUNDATION
wish to thank our many friends IN MEMORIAM Church, 2 p.m. with Rev.A. Ass'n ConventionThe
and neighbors for the cards of
D. Hall, officiating.
sympathy, telegrams and flowers In sad but loving memory of Francis Funeral pastor Home in National Truth of Life
during our hour of bereave )mr dear sister and aunt, charge. and Light Spiritualist Science FUND, INC.The .
}ment. Church and Association will
1, The Family Survivors include his mother, hold its 20th annual conventionthe : sooner you take steps to
Mrs. Anna Sanders, sister Mrs. Annie Delancy, three sisters -' week of Oct. 21 to 27 at St. help finance retirement, the
i 3 : Mrs Lorraine Turnqust. r James Baptist Church, 323 NW I sooner you are likely to achieveit.
Mrs. Joyce Boamon of New 14th St.There. With that In mind, many
York City and Mrs. Edna Owens, will be three sessions people are building up Mutual
IN MEMORIAMIn : 4 : I a brother, Leroy of New York. daily at .10. a.m., 2 p.m. and 8 Fund Investment programs. You
p.m. The public is welcome. can start with a little or a lot
loving memory of our deal add to fund regularly.
your
daughter, mother and sister, I II.

) MM Richardson Sadie, Hawkins Dalen Investments and.

S f Dance Nov. 19 '." Funds, Inc.

I ROBERT WALKER 'Miami; { 2815 N. Miami NVe.
I. Inc. of
1438 NW 1st court, died Oct. Charmettesh "
elr annual Miami Fla. .:
Sadie
fII 2 15. He leaves to mourn a mother ,
,. *'"" Lillie Ga. Hawkins'Dance on Friday, Nov.
j. ) of Gough, three
'.. .' <, .4. "* .Y' .>,' I'll; brothers, Ruben and Cue Edwards 9 at 10 o'clock at the Fiesta Ball.. Please send free, information

.\..<...... ';..: "''.)I'd. of Gough, Ga.,. and room. Fun for all and prizes .. .
..' 'i''f' il. will be given the best dressed Name. .. .. ., ,. < .
:
; of New York sister
,; t Joseph City, a -
'< > { ,
,..> : ':.. !''.". ;(. 4 Bernice of Brooklyn, NY. Dogpatch characters. Music will Address .,. .. .. .... .tr.'., ,
;0; ( j. t' be furnished by: Billy Rolle. Get
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"" .. The body was shipped to the
'c. .r""i.", > :' 'to.". 'f"(. Carter Funeral Home in Goughfor your tickets now. 027 City .. Zone State. .
!"l ; 'i, i.* +11', .
final rites. .
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; .Y ....",4.,.\ ..:..,..."t.t;: _< / 5152 WILLIE ATMORE The Exclusive Ten ClubIS
iqlit&t NW 14th ave.t.died at his
A MRS. JESSIE WEBB home on Oct. 16. He leaves to
mourn his mother and father
vho departedDthisOlife October Mr. and Mrs. Pokey Atmore, FEATURING A

3, 1957, eight brothers and three sisters,
Sleep' on dear aunt and take all of Babson Park, Fla. The

our rest, we love you but God body was shipped to the Cause .. Hawaiian luau .
oves you best. Funeral" Home in Bartow. Services "
Mrs. Euturpie Newson, will held Oct. 21 in Lake '
.. niece Wales.
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1 MRS. NAOMI BETHEL Mr.Mrs.Jacob, Nellie and Minnis Anthony slst-v Eat, drink and dress Hawaiian style


;*,'who departed ROBERTS this life October Webb, brothers Albert DANCE TO THE MUSIC OF A CALYPSO BAND,

<:20, 1959.
!': Sleep on dear daughter and CARD OF THANKSThe BERNARD WILLIAMS' Saturday, October 20, 1962

rest,
take your family of the late. 314 NW 15th St. died Oct. 15. i
but God loves you
We best.love you MR. JUDGE IRA DOCTOR He is survived by his mother, At 3282 NW 52nd Street

she rest in peace. who passed away Oct. 5, 1962 Mrs. Eliza Williams, four sisters .I
May Mrs. Bethel, mother takes this method of expressing and two brothers, including 8 p.m.. until 'Donation $1.00

': Mr. Dane Roberts, father. thanks, and appreciation to the Ellen "Bill", ,will known local
\ i( Miss Evelyn ,Clarice many friends and neighbor barber, He was sent, to .. 1gQ
Roberts, daughterMr. who were so kind to us duringour Swainsboro, Ga. Thursday night
David B4thel, brother hours of bereavement. Spec. where services and burial will O O QOOo.OO QOO'GOOOOOO OQQCCGCOQ
ial thanks to Rev. Aaron U be conducted.
Mrs. Roland Clark, sister Hall and the entire staff of St. Paul, AME Church's

Francis Funeral Home. Again
thanks to for FRED D. BATTEN
": ; IN 1 MEMORIAM I everyone every. 761 NW 51st St., died Oct. 1( DAY CARE CENTER

lIe will 'be sent Hawkinsville. ,
In sad but loving memory of thing.CARD Ga. for final rites. His survivor Announces its opening for service in the annex 'of the .

,. my dear MRS mother LENA SMITH I I OF THANKS are six sons, a daughter, three church:at. NW 19th Ave. and :Slit Tern Monday, October
''' sisters and others.
The
family of the
late.
"-. who departed. this life October f "r+w+w... MP. .. .'.M+M'baWrl' ..q 1S Supervised by trained personnel Hoi lunches and
K: 12, 1953i .
May she rest in peace and HORACE LEE MANUEL pickun service.
:j may light perpetual shine upon It 1195 NW 48th St., died Oct. 13 .- Phone 6343720REV.
as a result of an automobile tic- "

her.Vera Lundy Belle Glade. His survivors are T. C KELLEY JR., PASTOR
And Family Hdent' on State Road 80 near
I Manuel Mr. and Mrs. Arthur oooo aoooo aaaDaoaoao oo o oaco .

a' a sister and brother
JAt"'t.: '
Services will be conducted Sat- {
:t :, : ? ;" IN MEMORIAM urday 3:30: p.m. at New, Hopi '- $50 CASH

1 t .' T.:' *, ***" *.*. in 'ofc. my mother, Baptist Church, Rev. J. E.
:t ff.' .. memory,brother Brown, pastor and will be on Payments like rent. 1 or 2 bedroom Move i in today.No .
.., : .:.f7'. other and .GARNEGIE view in the chapel from Friday
.4' MRS JENNIE qualifying.
I', 4 ,,:'y. ." ; October' CARNEGIE afternoon. ... .

j 1 1- "W' MR. ISIAH .Y 0

March 25, 1954 JOIINNIE FAISON 2 HOUSES
,?' J ON'' 1 LOT
Jf,: MR. ROBERT CARNEGIE 6233 NW 20th .Ave, died Oct.
I 1 .1"I '.' April 20,*1935 15. Services will be held Saturday Why Pay rent? Live Rent Free.

'" May they rest In peace, and 4:30: p.m.r at New Hope '
L catch down
; and into
:, j' may light perpetual shine upon Baptist Church with Rev. J.. E darling move your own home.A .
them.' v # Brown pastor, officiating. Survivors -I' home for you with extra income. No qualifying .
Thelma CarnegieCARD are his widow, Mrs. Cal- ..Se this today.
"'s s lie Faison, a daughter Mrs. I
I Janice Owens, a son, Johnnie -o--
OF THANKS Jr., a brother, sister and two Compare this buy

.. grandchildren: He will be on "
The' family of the late, -n view in the chapel Friday after. $9,500 TOTAL $990 DOWN

gratefully DEACON acknowledge ALBERT NELSON the:; visUs of New WILLIAM York City,HART take this noon. bedroom CBS, jalousied Fla. room, large kitchen,

..: telegrams flowers and con method of expressing thanks partly.furnished. Payments less than rent.. A must
4 defences. of our friends, the and appreciation to the many ELDER WILLIAM GILBERT see .
\neighbors of 72nd St. and 21st riends for cards telegrams and Resident of this'area for many *
V' St., Masonic Lodge 625. the pastor kind words during their be-I years died Oct. 15 in Lincoln -0----
{ ,,and moors of Mt. Calvary reavement.Mr. Memorial Nursing Home, .
t 'Baptist rch, Rev. Paul Wil- Howard Hart, son Goulds. Chapel services were .' TR1OREALTY.
k liam' or, uke, Baptist and New London, Conn. conducted Thursday with Elder ."':l
many ipersons' who Mr. Cleveland Hart, son Herbert Woodside. Elder' Gilbert v. .
,,1 gave New York lived at 401 NW 17th St. 1 : 54th Street
L t k1nd and performed City $ .(,,, 801 N.W.
Mrs. survived by his wife Mary
.: : spec ces. Rosalee Delancy, a
ArleanerManer I,wife daughter, Miami daughter and a son, a brother, .,' i.: PL. 9.8372'PL 9-5455 NE 58745T
an r Paramoredaughtera Mrs. Estella Newsome sister and a cousin, Mrs. Julia ,

New York City Clark.

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LonTDd t 21tJU.11V, OCTOBER I PAGE ) i iFAMUI3ethtln Oct. 2Q In:,' aytona Beach.
; j ift*** 0,1062 13) 153[ HenrysJ.. needs battery and 'f Broadcast time Uli5: and kit
T'-T\ NI cnFJA ( f\1rnl i :Hbed- I repairs. Good rubber, off Ic 2 o'clock. ,
TOO! t4k''t\ .qule,1dcath(: i 6300 w "&$t$25. Sea at 621 NW 5th Game Saturday: fMiami's .:j A3 usual WM Ws 'QutterLnll: j
+i aye.. .Phpne. '.. *W l'9797rNft'41886 11Cfll, NE 47934. f will"itb the .iplay byjalay and
;; \ > 'v "i ? '027 radio stationrMBM( news commentator Elliott J.
Classitied'OOM I "Ir r. .)'I' ., T in Washington ,
'i qt4." '9M 1 Park first will broadcast the FIorlda*A&M"" pllxipl\.>Y W1o
2-BECliOOM[ ,' a dlt1on. Ft. Lauderdale. Call .Pte1nd
HOUSE'
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'F ltn.; "T: : 'j: -APT;:, Uo dM" with sell ice business. $7,000 to $9,000

:8OB E; sh j J ojing'WlVlttBK! Qlt';|tl:';3-9287. .yean, two trucks, two houses FORDREAL ESTATE, SPECIALS :'
0l"\Pb' $2000; rent. Collateral
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Pitiaiti -4g. & '
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e'tic'' (j : o ,e I Ir i fdphlce man in. a nice For .mor mfdrittatlon call NE Drive by these homes and .take_ L"look. If"toil want; .

7-2&02., *;'",. ,4"."+1 ',!: : 1 I;'( at 1 ,.N% 19tH! Ave. JS-J279: .betw en 11 a.itl. and 8 p.m. to buy a home see them '''today!I. We(arrange all, (financing I

,fo.Q1 s Cntlag +R;tep'1afiicrhfr : tf''A 'j -r.' :FHA $400 DOWN CBS duplex ;, d. ', ",, 'I.,, ,
k., ::66 NW' .th,8t..;., 'VE' .KLY/2.bdr; 9t $11,500; $500 down, 3 bedroom _____. '. i I t i : i !'j'

r. ..2edLe', .. ',\I' :', 'f };I r 'J J,''rf h !1ts""tHid',:.. )''Y ;.,,00..4 l'.'1:11 ,frame. $6,000, poly $GO month. 1-1353 NW 41st Street' $4 0 dow-rtfS?month,, '
T' ,1 4Ut 634-9845. E. Relnart, broker, 4769 '
f tb'A h ii"Vtf. Nice 2-bedroom CBS home No' closing'costs: +"
B. > I''" 'iI....._ '1 '!', J.. NW 17th ave.COMPLETE ,
I
RentAl At ticy: : '...1'1IltDtal' $18' WE'E1Q2ltrge.Juhfur: : 1lsh.i 42nd Street $450 down -.6870Mo.
2-1352 NW
I collections; property. house. Q NW o 2nd St Ph.I APTARTM Wr of
management, .real. estate i : 'J. I. ,., furniture. Living room, dinette, 2-bedroom: home on a lijrge lot. No clOling'cot..
h'.NW 3th St.; FR 7.2901 ., .,) 't. and bedroom suite, also console'
j I lONE BEDROOM furnished apt. TV. New. Nothing Is more than 3-2470 NW 44th Street $400 down
ImNISHED 1 efficiencies, utilities for couple. Ideal location near 2 years old. Contact Mr. Taylor 2-bedroom CBS home. Large tenced'yard.* Enclosed
[eluded, $12.50 a week.. 620 N.W: bus lines and Grandway. 1225 Saturday. between 12 and 4:30: porch. No closing costs '
h St( FR,7-2902. :;,NW. 56th St. 717.8228.EFFICIENCY p m. at 4131 NW 32nd Ave.

4-4745 NW 32nd Avenue Very good term
3-BEDROOM, bfelow FHA, $61
112] .50 WEEK, Nice. bedroom $12 week, 631- home. Good
'0845 Broker, month, beautiful corner, completely Beautiful large 7-bedroom, 2 bath
Ipt. Also large .Saturday furnished. New washing home doctor's office
k- 2260 NW 62nd St. machine for rooming house, nursing or
Our
separate :
garage
010OFFICE 'I GIRL WOULD LIKE dependable
Inly young lady to share apt. Come best buy. Life Realty, 4932 NW 5-819 NW 45th Street $450 down

OR STORE with nice 26.after'6 p.m. 1521 NW 61st St. apt -7th ave. PL 9-4371 Nice CBS home with large rooms. Garage and

laree apt Very reasonable. 2260 FLOOR Demonstrators, slightly Florida room
W 62M St. 6884825. 01"WO used and trade Ins. Television .
t stereo record players refrigerators : 6-1553 NW 50th Street : $350 down
PRIVATE 1tOM S. One FOR SALE up to 50 per cent off. Move right in. 3-bedroom ;Chouse. No qualifying.
edroom furhllfhed and .1* Terms to suit your needs. All'
edroonl ultfurh shed. ,For in. 748 NW .44th St Open Sundayto models guaranteed Good Year 7-1928 NW 59th Street' $100 down
formation, 18G7 NW ,58th'Bt 6. Total '$9,200. Only $350: Service 1-8518 Store. 60391' NW 7th ave. Move right in this 1-bedroom house. Fenced)) yard
PL
This
town. $79" monthr pays-aliT
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FURNISHED ROOM in private {Is a beauty. Cathedral ceiling, with an enclosed porch. '

lorne. Kitchen privileges, 2948\ .nlr-conditioner solar system, 2- WANTEI I
W 51st Bt. NE 30033. droom, beautiful bath. A. BenKorl LADIES TO SELL cosmetics I
We harve 2 3, and 4 b9droom homes in
j Realtor.; 2644 NW 62nd St full time. Call Mrs. ,
It BEDROOM APT1., or rooms ll Pipes. : PL 5533., Days OX 19372. i Harden 6961834. Goulds, Fla. Move right ire No qualifying. 1
double. Apply 643 NW '
Single or down. '
22nd St. or phone 379-0388.) 'Rev. .. 751 NW' 41th St. Open Sunday HEAVY OR LIGHT Hauling and $200 (
Jackson. JO.- Very large 3 bedroom, plus moving Call Dennis King. PL
'wlng room, porch garage, 7-3359 We have over 300 other to choose from, .1
ROOM IN PRIVATE HOME for MHty room with tubs, fence
refined man. OX 1.O425.) jck yard total $9',995,00Iv. $300 UPHOLSTErtY We are open Saturday and SundayWe ,
town, $86 month pays all. Thist are open every nite 'til 8 p.m.
work
The finest at
ROOM, 1044 'NW 80th St. PL 'use perfect for large famltf.J AH of commonensr furniture.
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Visitation
PAGE 14 MIAMI\ FLORIDA, SATURDAY OCTOBER BO, IOU
Day Oct. 26A

full day of parents and Bunche Park School. PTA To Meet
teachers conference is in store V
for the students and parents of Wesley Matthews, assistant A large and appreciative audience -

......................... ........., ...........................--.-- .."...................--. Northwestern.is leaving The guidance nothing undone department superintendent of Dade County heard Judge Shepard's}
i. Public Schools is serving as administrative talk on juvenile
By ALBERT W. COOl E to see to it that this day delinquency
DEMENTIA: DISTINGUISHED is a success.In coordinator for our and took the opportunity af
Close to the realm of the sane contempt truthtruth. for Because searching in such out a order to afford all parent school. We were Inspired by forded by the speaker to ask
,is the realm of the insane.often WIthout search religion, the church and an opportunity to visit with having him with us on Oct. 9. very pertinent questions on the
realizing it one goes
the teachers of their childrenand
God is questioned.Is He answered many questionsthat subject
Where confronting this
and l/ack. san and
come
over it taboo to question the to inspect the physical had been sent in by the other communities.
begins is More
ity ends or insanity dis
the facilities of the school
plant
church. Must one be deliriousto faculty concerning school board cusslon of this
known. However it is known will
not type help to.
will be open at 8 a.m. It is the
question religion Is he insaneto
that there Is little that separates question God. hope of the committee for all policies. ward solving this problem.
the one from the other. take ol In second practicum
to advantage our
Education is a process of con parents The committee working
Sanity runs into Insanity as ditioning though It ought to bea this opportunity. Come out and. meeting Mrs. N. Grant, speech the plan to get crossings at 12th on
night into day lasting its while, process of learning and a meet and talk with the peopb! I correctionlst, was our guest ave, 24th ave. and 19th ave. and
,
changing again, changing ever. means of enlightening. Since' who teach your children. It Is speaker. She gave an enlightening the telegram from parents and
Like night and day often lose education began in the church your moral responsibility. A talk on the Importance of interested citizens will help.
their identity, so it is with sanity this is understandable. The citation will be given the home- Listening ln the Developmentof
and insanity. What was insane proper study of man is man. room with the greatest percentage Good Speech Habits This meeting was full of sur
yesterday is sane today. When a child goes to school he of attendance. prises. The faculty chorus, un
That which is sane today is perhaps ought to be able to find out During Fire Presention Week, der the leadership of Mr. Evans!
insane tomorrow. For Lt. Eriekson from Metro Fire made its debut.
example about himself. However it's not Activities Day at
it is accepted now that Dept. vlsitd our school and dem-
the curric
m the courses, not in
the world is. round, but yesterday ulum. He is conditioned rather Sunlight strated various types of fire Mr. ,Stokes and Mrs. E. V.
to be outspoken with sucha fighting equipment. The pupils Wooten'are to be congratulated
.han enlightened. The enlightenment The Sunlight Alumni Association -
belief was to be thought In is left for him to get I in celebrating Graduation screamed with excitment as the for spearheading this venture.

sane.What omehow as best he can. Week will observe Activities Lt. extinguished a real fire. The PTA meets every third
is considered insane Would you have us believe ;;I Day at the school Monday, Oct. The physical education .department Monday night' at 8 o'clock. We
today tomorrow might be the that to be ignorant of our nature 22 at 10 a.m. with lectures demo is preparing to administer urge you to come and cast your
accepted practice. People who or of natural laws is a onstrations, food and fun. the President's youth lot with us to help to improveour
are responsible for the changes I desired state at which mankind Come and enjoy a day of fellowship fitness screening test to fifth children, school and entire
in our world are different. A' should rest. Would you deny with the association.Our and sixth grade pupils duringthe community. Join now and havea
degree of difference seem necessary ;hat science has made what meeting days are the 1st next two weeks. These tests voice with progress.
for them. It is not insanity seem Insane, known thereforeane. and 3rd Mondays each month at consist of exercises to measure
itself which causes one to be ; 8 p.m. in the conference room. strength, flexibility and agility.
locked up. It is rather the de. Columbus would not have dis- All members are asked to Those who fall the test will be
gree of difference which deter. overed America had he not contact Mrs. B. Perry for de retested on the test or tests Sylvia S. Lambert, principal;
mines whether one Is to be la-, looked for it. Polio vaccine tails. failed each six week until they R. Vickers and C. Sands, repor.
labelled sane or insane. yould not be with us, life wouldbe pass. ters.
Is being different sane or Insane shorter duller if men Allan Bain, president; W.
? I say that to be different had not searched for enlight-- Brooks, reporter.Frontiers .
is not a mark of insanity. If one nent. There would not ever
agree to measure sanity or sanity !have' been a man in space had to Investigate Without Obligation
in term of degree of differ he not put forth the effort.
ence with social standards this Sell DinnersThe
Care-Craft School for Nurses Aids
into seem illogic.logical. Logic often run Miami Chapter Frontiers
International will sell dinnersfor
mine Social truth standards do not deter. Booker Washington $1.00 Saturday, Oct. 20 DInners Fall and Winter Classes Now Forming
how
or things ought .
will consist
Chorus of fried chick.en
to be. Laws to AppearIn
set for t h by
vegetables! and cake. Contribution -
government may not be in har ConcertThe will ttenefit the Frontiers Ten Weeks Course Day or Night
mony with laws
of nature. Laws annual
end of government of are toward the Parish Guild of St. Agnes Fund. Deliveries Underprivileged will be made REGISTER NOW
social control. Laws of Episcopal Church the
nature presents on request starting at 1130; a.m.
truth realization are toward the end of B. T. Washington Choral Society Call OX 1-8141 or come to the 1711 West Flagler Call FR 9-7357
,
harmony of .
In concert. will James
They sing Selections E. Scott
man to man Community Center -
man to his
.and environment from Verdi, Beethoven, 7200 NW 22nd ave. --1 -._
man to him
self. .Vfascagini and Handel. Soloists
will be Barbara Howell, Theresa '

One awes that which he does Leines, Gloria Mitchell and I
not understand. That which is Carey Gholston. Leila Roberts For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call
beyond many's comprehension Williams will direct the group.
Is oraised is worshipped Time: Sunday, Oct. 28 at 4 p.m.
1 is<: feared and named "God." Is ''tn the Parish Hall, 1746 NW -
this sane or insane? Is truth 3rd courtDugie's T BONDED
kin to sanity or insanity? If
the truth of it all was somehow
made known, how close to or Guest HouseThe
how far from reality would we
actually be! house of clean rooms
Those Open 24 hours NE 4-3851 iTjT RENTAL
who
seek to find en '
Seeing is
lightenment. about nature and Believing
nature laws are looked upon See us for clean rooms

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scientists, some are said to be friend AGENCYINC.
slightly off
-insane. They are
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Women Raise $4.286.38 f I I 9.41 tf4' member. are asked to tfepresent. !

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Mrs. Gerteva MUrrAy skit, a Recognition Settice4 teas! I son; Alma Owens chairman of BROW ARD 1:
written and directed by he The CWH Chamber
souvehlr program, Rose Marie : of Commerce *
Mrs. grogram chairman, Mts. Maedtm ( meets Monday night
Crowned
A tribute was Dead, Wilhelmenia Davis, Eloise BOUNTY Oct 22 at the Chamber of ComJ -
extended all officers and cap Johnson, Enima Caldwell, Eve J I coerce Building at 21st St. and
Ebenezer 1962 tains. Each of these ladles was lyn Davis, Mary Davis Magnolia aJdHlh ave. All members are
awarded a certificate of apprecIation Parker Pearl Jerry, E Sunday, October 14, was a big and a Gold Ribbons for Brown, Evelyn Brown, Etw !
day in Ebenezer Methodist the splendid cooperation given Mae Anderson, Betty Simmons,
Church as the women of the toward the success of the entire Addle Walker Pauline Thom
church celebrated another annual program. son. Truenell Hill. Bertha fly WALTER BOWS John Williams of Dania celebrated
Woman's Day program. Dames, Margaret Flowers, OUls I his 21st birthday at his
home on Oct. 1&
Participating in the skit were Ross.
The theme; of the day was I Mesdames Margaret Frlnks, The South Florida VFW Port
"The Response of Women to Rose Marie Dean, Margaret In charge of musl was: Mrs. No. 8195 will meet Sunday. Oct.
Christ's Marching Orders" Flowers, Pauline Thompson, Maytelle Porter, organist anJ 21 at the Chamber of Commerce The Freeway Handicap Leaguenow
Louise Strachan Mary Montgomery choir directress. goes into its seventh week.
Mrs. Myrtle McLeod Davis, and Maedon Bullard On Oct. 25 Howe's Barber Shop
delivered the morning message. who served as director. The receipts of the day to al- will bowl against Clover Leaf
Mrs Davis is a member of theME led $4,286.38. This amount was Henrietta Mazon. Hattie Gibson Sportsmen; Bundle Park Pharmacy
\ faith, an outstanding fig- Other participants through made possible through the com Alberta Duncombe. Drucilla against Blanford Clean
ure In civic and religious af out the day were Mesdames Ida bined efforts ot the ladles who Sears, Bertha F. Dames Lenora ers, and Bunche Park Shoe
licrsschoolasystemhtfortseveral Taylor 'Ratcliffe, mistress of served as captains Namely: I Jerry Christine, Rosa Lee Thurston, Parlor against Interstate Fi
Eve Thomasena
At.
ceremony for the
morning ser- nance.
years. Throughout her message I vice and Grace Albert, mistressof Mesdames Magnolia Parks, well Dorothy Galtor, Minnie
she urged each woman to 'Stand ceremony for the evening Annie Williams, Grace Albeit, Rollerson, Elizabeth Taylor, Fans are always invited at
up and Ite counted.' This day, service. Maybelle Porter, organist Geneva Murray, Evelyn Brown, Lenora Lewis, Eva Brown, Alma Bunche Lanes to root for their
each woman will be respondingto and choir directress, Geneva Rosabelle Lewis, Marie Reese, Anderson, Louise Fuller teams.
Christ's Marching Orders." Murray, Eloise Rolle, Gee- Marguerite Thompson Margaret nice Arlean Phillip Pal, Willie D. ,
belle Perkins, Bernice Carey, Flowers, Willie Ma: Pinder, dous, Pauline Wil
the evening a skit entitled Hams, Florence Butler! Ada
During Florida Mae Murray. Sarah Ella Mae Anderson, Isabelle LEGAL NOTICE
"A Salute to the Women Belle Simmons, Ruth Wymms.
Tones Catherine Francis, Elizabeth Wood Bertha
Who Respond to Christ's March- Louise Frances Mooney, Martin Clark Corene Torrey, Ollie Ross, and NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
Johnson, Margaret ,
The Francis
Riley.L Dtleveaux.
ing Orders" was presented. and Dlxori, who gave Eloise Rolle, Emma Caldwell, NAME LAW
the observations from the entire Albertha Rawls, Mary Montgomery -I Rev. Aaron D. Hull is pastor
day's activities. Bernice Hall, EViuilla It was through his very capable Notice Is hereby given that
Liberty CityElementarYr Snipes, Pearl Terry, Everetfe leadership that thcsa women the undersigned desiring to en-
Guests on program were Mesdames Ingraham, Betty Simmons, were able to achieve their goal.: gage in business under the ,fictitious
PTA Ada Mae Manuel, who Louise Strachan, Rosa Leo; Johnson
g a v e the morning prayer Arle Lee Landy, Maggie We wish to thank all of our name of MODERNISTIC
Election of officers for Lib-- Albertha Sharpe Jackson, vocal Lumpkins. many friends who contributed BEAUTY SALON, 826 NW 3rd
erty City Elementary PTA was solo; Juanita Allen Lane, Johnnie in any way toward the success Ave., Miami, Fla. Intends to
held last we k. Elected were: Mae Allen Edwards Gloria Catherine Smith, Pearl Coop. of this day. If at anytime the register the said name with
x9 Splcer Lacey, Lillian Petersonand er, Phyllis Mayo, Ida Ratcliffe, women of Ebenezer can he of the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof
Ruth Teastle. These ladies, Augusta White, C. V. Hclllns, service to you, please feel free I Dade County, Fla.
Mrs Elliabeth Telly, president known as the Chordettes ren- Lillian Clark, Joyce Johnson, to call on it*. May God fte: ?* each: Elmira Fannin, owner.
; Mrs. Blllle May first vice; 1ered a selection. Maybelle Porter,Eula Fuller, I. of you. Oct. 8, 11 20, 27
Freeman Johnson. second vice; Agnes Bethel, Walton Y. RobInson r
Rudolph Lavarity, treasurer; Lifting the offering were Ruby Slmm.1, Mamie
Mrs. Celia Day, financial secre- Mesdames Constance Moss Wll l mbert. Wilhelmlna Davis,
tary: E. Copeland recording Hams, Flossie Roberts, Alber- Ernestine Hambrick, Hattie
secretary; Harolean Storr, corresponding tha Green, Ruby Higgins, Artie Stiles, Valeria Wilborn, Sarah
secretary; James C. Richardson, Amelia T. Shavers, Jones, Bessie Strachan, Grace SUNDAY
Copeland, program chairman; |I Ada Lee, and Willie Mae Way. Saunders, Catherine Mooney,
Rev Julian Jackson, chaplain Doris M. Adderley, Clara Smith,
Mrs Bertha Sneed, membershiprhalrn'lan Climaxing the day was the Della Tatem, Carmetta Deveaux. ."
Rolle' Townlng of "Mrs. Ebenezer."
; C. Gaylord }
chairman. This honor went to Mrs. Geneva Elizabeth Mike, Elizabeth!
publicity
Murray, who reported the Ross, Dorothy Brown, LoMha
'argest sum of any one captain. Moss, Nellie Graves, Irene Beverly SUNDAY
Bringing with her a wealth of Louise Gc'rgek Rosa: Foreman -
knowledge drawn from an exciting Officers who served so efficiently Della Hale, lets Davis: ,
career In the field of nursing durlng this drive were Maria Belvln, Frances Jihivon: ,
and as founder of the Bar. Mesdames Mable Crompton, J. DIxon, Mtitale: Barr Ibu-hle:
Wll-Ba Chronic and Convalescence general chairman; Catherine Saunders, B"sl! Cnlf!!\ Maud!
Hospital in Baltimore anda *3rennan, Marguerite Thomp- Ingnham, Dorothy Brad cll,
Den Mother in the Boy Scout kins, cochairmen; Mamie Lambert Mary Freeman: Lenorn Roll'ns' ,
croup, Mrs. Telly declared she secretary; Margaret Clark Roretha WllJhmi, Mlnntc! IHh-
will uphold the objectives of assistant secretary: Geneva el. Pauline Brown, Sarah Tor- SUNDAY
the PTA. Murray, treasurer; Maedon Bul roll Myrtle ilrown, .Ma<-dor.
'lard, program chairman; Louise ftullard, .MflfiWrot Frinks,
Riley, Margaret Flowers, Geneva Mvrtle Gibson Fadell!! I'hliijps! ,
Mrs. Way serves as recording Murray, Eloise Rolle, publicity Bernice Kemp, Syl/a ThompsonHaiel
secretary of Mt. Tabor No. 2 chairman; Rose Marie BradvOlUf'r
usher board and is president of Dean, Bernice Hall, Isabelle
the Be Thrifty Club, a civic or Francis, Marlon Thompson, Florence Down, Cleora CJ&r:
ganization. Mary Montgomery, Alma Owens, ner, Evelyn Rutle lgp, Daisy
Ida In rahamJ.decoration chair. Russell, Amelia McNeil, Bessie
man; Willie Mae Finder, Rosa Johnson. Evelyn Davis lolll
Lee Johnson, Etta Mae Andes Frederick, Juaniti Colton,

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rl l ", ',:.. : TUB MIAMI\ TIMES Persons who attend this pro "t.. BARBER: COLLEGEronHoL
,d_ t k, PAGE. 'iI..10: MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY.OCTOBER 20,. oo.a1 I I. gram will be awed 'by the con.I.F'ifj..,\,1.,!0"j," ; II,).'., '\ ,
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P ':i 1'I- ', ', I demonstrations instants and ainazed of the phaicafeats by the, 'i\ : ?,:,CLINIC'Thn' .., i j ::*
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c '.\ }!? 's""South Florida Body .>:: 4" sothtl,:: all" ntestart ;l vW1 'I accomplished v"bv ha. btu, \' Wl t Co1 I I .
ri't. .!.. ippearlloti r, 'the Aram. 1 e \1 dents .;,Pist, <;jal Culture, t ., ":' tJ n: eg' (:
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.; PTA and UwOpo* .lV" ,". .College, 195 :NW Hjh")fyr-YJie':\: :
, ; .. '. lockfif: Health Club wilt,'present;) 'I''" ))1c .. 1 event is ,being ,held in Hanoi( f-f \
t : ; I +. a Mi Body Beautiful audJAttSouth 1 ,. : i1y the ,alumni'..,of;. the: college ,S'I'. .
! i 1 I' "" Florida Physique Contest 1 : : well as local. Union.. '|fo.520..."* ,t
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bt the North Dade auditorium, :.
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I a .' ,: .' Tuesday, Oct. 30 at 8:15: p.m. The fine points ,'otAttentiClc, '
,. .4.." ."1 barbering, Including facial for .. < .
I .; This affair offers an opportunity I y. 'various types of sWn and the "
S' to everyone m and :,.,. correct methods of correcting I
around the South Florida' mea t any faulty conditions will be .
to compete for the titles of Miss r \, \,., demonstrated during ,the clinic: .
.w'. '. 'Body ;Beautiful and Mr. South .... h.. ;.. .' I AiLt .The preparing of*permanent :"'***''.*.V I'
I 4 Florlla Physique. Contestants : .' $ '" and processing.will also be dome ;, .
i will use their beauty or their '1, onstrated by experts In the field
muscles to compete for the I [ /, .
titles. YIP : .. 1'l. t ..a, ....\ .... ... !I A special l Invitation is extend
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: '! '''' : "L. led to all barbers ,to visit the
Clubs end' organizations/ n r e .
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I Invited to sponsor contestants. Wllbert B. Forbes, son of College. during this clinic., 1'hdpublic'
This true of [ is also invited. \
Mr. and Mrs. Prsklne W, Forbes I
: young can ladies who feel tnat they j J JI I : ...., :, of 1840 NW 63rd St. his, recently I CLIMAX AT KNIGHT DEAf

All persons! desirous of participating I. completed ',the military Police The clinic will be fittingly
c.' can contact Op&-loka Officers Orientation courseat climaxed on that night with 'a
Health Club MU 1.3667, or by the Provost Marshall Gener dance and program ;at the
'visiting at 1995 NW 152nd St ADENTISTS' Knight Beat Club at the Sir
Deadline for all entries Is Oct. al's School' at Fort Gordon, Ga. John Hotel, NW 3rd Ave. and
I Lt. Forbes Is stationed In 6th St. Festivities n fr6rn
Brooks
10 to 3. James E. secretary *
Frankfort. Germany He is a of Local Union 520, will
Knights of Pythias I 1957 graduate of Northwestern be tpeaker for the occasion.
OFFICESEDISON High School and won his degree Music will We furnlshel by
:And Courts of from Morgan State College thi Frank DuBoise and his band.
year. Donations are $1.00 and for reservations "
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Calanthe DENTAL BLDG.. you may call eitherof
CENTER Forbes was once a Miami these numbers: FR 1.9222, FIT
.> :Lily, of the Valley Court No Times news o r._ 33381 or OX 60613.
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58, Mrs. Sarah' D. Belle, Worthy 6130 N.W. 7th Avenue .. .
Councellor, will have a tea on
Sunday, Oct. 29 at the home of NEAR 62nd STREET
Mrs. Josie W. Roberts, 14620 I ,
Jackson St., Richmond Heights. Reasonable Prices Free Estimate. JET TV CLINIC
Also Mrs. Sarah D. Belle' is still PHONE NUMBER 757.2741
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on the sick list at South Miami
Hospital. Free parking in rear

Chancellor Commander, Vice 907 .2nd AVENUE
Chancellor meeting will be held
Sunday, Oct. 21 at 3 p.m. at the
hom \of Sir Henry Smith, 9960 BARON'S NEW DELUXE HOMES OPENING SPECIAL
W. Jesslmine, PerrIne.
Knights of Pythias special 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH GARAGE This ad and $1''.00 cash I"

day initiation-"Oct. was,15 at organized Royal Palm Mon 1440 NW 59th St. Open 3-5 p.m. Sunday Are worth a $2.50 call I,
Lodge No. 84 Hall. 813 NW 57th St. Duplex. Good income This month 'J'

Ahmed Dramatic SMALL DOWN PAYMENT
Temple No.2.
,:Order Knights, of '' Sales ....; Service Rental
Omal'Vol. Build on your, lot. Home Improvements. No money down --
., Walter L. Belle, .
grand .
mogul
Cash paid for homes or lots Radio HIFljTeleviskn
will have a call meeting t" ,\ -:* ,- ,
Oct. 22 at 8 p.nv Lots For Sale''- ,$30 down, $30 month i ? j.\: .

Is Rose having of Sharon various Court activities No.,on 23 ;NEED CASH?, ',CALL.:JE: 8-1340 JE 2-4343 .' ;:'m;: Phone FR 4- Q44

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