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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: November 24, 1962
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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40TH YEAR, No. 12 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1962 16 PAGES TEN CENTS



I I Action Taken- Without >, ,1t1 ;)JFK Bans Housing- Bias ,



The long delayed order barring Janis said it ,"will certainly
Court Order racial discrimination. in all I make builders reluctant to gO''
or Request N future housing built with direct Into large tract development.However,1 .,
; government help or .federal now- that President
home loan Insurance and guarantees Kennedy has issued the order
The high cost of maintaining number of desegregated schoolsin 1d was signed Tuesday by we have no choice but to com
,I' segregated! schools here in the county President Kennedy ply.
Dade County has prompted the School Superintendent Joe The order falls short of the Housing officials in Washing.
School Board voluntarily de' Hall will recommend to t h ,e anticipation of many in that it ton estimated that the action
segregate seven more schools Board that students now transported does not provide for enforce will effect about 25 per cent of
When the move Is:: made, next to all-Negro schools In ment against discriminatory all new housing, financed by
year it will bring to 23 the I II eastern Opa-locka be transferredto practices in housing loans Federal Housing Administrationand
I predominantly white schools which are not underwritten by the Veterans Administration

.. closer to their homes. the government through loan 'guarantees,
r ,'",,. mortgage insurance and QI
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Calling it bite
"first officials
:' < Y .1 Some 337 students now A r P a loans.
: taken by bus from the North indicated '''that it may be
Miami, North Miami Beach, broadened later' when the ad Kennedy, who has been under
1 Oius and New Liberty City ministration becomes.sure.ofits pressure ''for sometime( by civil
t areas to North Dade Junior legal ground.if rights and Negro organizations
Senior High and Rainbow Par c they discriminate' 'In' 'the for not fulfilling this part of (
eftti Elpmentary. '+* sale or leasing of housing, his 1900 campaign pledge, made
1 builders and lenders. undertaking the announcement at. a news
If they were sent to the Shaddie Ward
1i schools nearest their homes new tract developments, conference.
:1J i Hall said, five bus trips could apartment houses and other The order( also applies to the
be eliminated, and four buses 'Business family projects would be denied federal program of housing for
J could be taken out of service.At Popular federal assistance. the elderly, college housing assisted
present, the number of Bernard Janis president of by government aid, military
'\ students involved and the the Home Builders Associationof housing, and all housing
'+ schools they would attend are: Figure Dies at 56 South Florida, said of thePresident's built through the developmentor
Fulford, 112; North County new order: redevelopment of property.
75; North Miami Senior 30; Shadrach Ward, popular business "The President's order has under the federal slum clear
Ojus Elementary, 28; North Miami man, died of a heart at. Ucen expected by the home ance and urban renewal program "'
and North Miami Beach tack on Saturday; Nov. 15 building industry for some :
Junior Highs, a total of 27; shortly after opening up for time. Our association has opposed Mr. Kennedy named anew I,
I Carol City Junior : business.Mr. this order because we felt "President's Committee on''
.' Norland Senior 25; and Norlentl Ward, 50, told his wife' it would be ,detrimental to the Equal Opportunity in Housing"to
k housing would assist In the
Junior High, 13. industry-and re Implementing
that he ;
prior to was s
opening "
tard builders'
feeling "up to It' that morning.An .plans. policy. "
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ft :"f. 1,,' hour later was seized by '
b! Plans \ the attack. tShaddlc
,In "Taate Of Honey"Clarence ,Miami CityWide began' his' businessIn liifftcCltedForB: \1
CleanupThe ( the hectic days of the early \ aYery
Culler, president of 30's_on N.W. 3rd AVo, and 9th
the celebrated Thespian Troupeof City of Miami will makeits St. In 1937 he opened a spot.at Policemen Robert 'LA>Monroe
Booker T. Washington High citywide, semi-annual pickup I 15th Ave. and 68th St Seyeral and M C. Bowles were selected
School is appearing in A of illegal materials on Monday years later he closed the 3rd Officers of the Month'for October I
Taste of Honey' at Actor's Stu Dec. 31. The move Is timedto ,Ave. establishment. for meritorious service:
dio M Playhouse in Coral get Miami spit and span for I A native Miamian, Shaddle wasa The .two officers endangeredtheir
Gables. The play was writtenby the overflow of visitors who charter member of the Young lives while they fatally
an English writer, Shelagh come here annually for the Or Business Men's Club memberof wounded a desperate ;criminal
Delaney, and produced and directed ange Blossom Classic. Greater Bethel AME .Church, in a :gun (,fight
by Ruth Foreman. The Citizens are urged to put out the Elks and was connected with !
play opened Nov. 17 and is their debris on Saturday and many civic organizations. He The commendation. ; by Lt.
scheduled to run for several Sunday Dec. 1 and 2. that city was Interested in the youth, of Frank;, M. Morrow, who recommended
weeks. trucks may start picking it, up Miami, for several years he '20 the officers,: states, "On
Clarence is a senior at Booker Monday, Dec. 3. supported a softball I team. C.Sept.Bowles'at18:30 and: p.m. Officers M. F I
Robert
T. Washington High and, has This includes old furniture, Once a prize fighter, he, wasa Monroe
were dispatched to NW 17th St.
been cited for outstanding per. but no dirt, rock, metals Or .con 'familiar "figure at sporting and 4th Ave. where
materials. and social affairs. Rare. a man wan
struction
formances in dramatics, locally events I
and nationally. Please cooperate!!! ly did he miss the big fights in Indiscriminately shooting at,,
New York"idurlng the hey daysof citizens. They spotted the suspect'and' '
.Joe*Louis, Ezzard".Charles, immediately approach.
Robinson, etc. ed him. He fired twice at the 4
1 + 711NA! 'N l a r''a'1ri4+A Suffering a stroke in 1050 he officers but when they, continued
had been periodically under hisphysician's to advance, he fled. Aftera .
since. foot chase through dark al!
ever rrN
care leys, the. subject was cornered
Member of 'a'' pioneer Miami!
family- he is survived by his and l'In a',wild gun fight the sus.. N 4

wife, Emma Lou': four sisters, pect was fatally wounded.I ,
Mrs, babel) Daniels$,, Miss Lottie consider: that both officers '!""""pi li"nEuT L. MONROE
Davis I III
Ward Mrs. Marguerite showed courage beyondthe
and Mrs. Cleomle Bloomfield normal call of duty in un
including many nieces and hesitatingly charging' this des II
J nephews.Services. .. perado and pursuing him IIIi
4 will' be held Fridayat through the darkness to stop
1:30: 'P.m. in Greater; Bethel the danger to our citizens." "
oS AME Church. Richardson Funeral ,
Hbmef In charge. I The veteran of this team, 'I,
, I Bowles, has been a department
employee. since 1910. During
I this time he has received commendations
f for his work of apprehending
l subject guilty of w q,
strong, arm and armed robber*
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1050.. Hi-?personal 'flle shows
that he has also been cited for \
his, work, including the arrest
i of a subject,wanted for murder.
".. In 1958 he was forced to use his
f Miami Mayor Robert King Dade County Music Instructors sidearms to disable an armed
\' High is shown with Charles was held Tuesday night at the lw robbery suspect. + +

:, Hadley and Gilbert Porter/exf horn of.Mr.iIadley.Those rwR 1)t1 turf arionvmop dOrl r', monthly -1-
t ecutlve secretary of 'She florida present were William a '$50 gift"certificate was pre 11\
. State, Teachers Association ,, Johnson Xlma..Sparks: Rented to them at Roll Call by ? 1P
as hej proclaims next 'week .i David Paschal Eric Knight, 4 their Commander Capt. O.
f as Greater Miami .Cultural Timothy_Savage,, FJetcherf; yNv h Hailer: This recognition I In but "
Week. '4 chal Theodore Johnson, Roscoe. a small' token), of appreciation I : 1.1 t

: Mayor High is lotlery ;{o. Speedfor Coeper:," WMhin ames 'H.on. McCall. Pbl1.Up from the rest of us. : Ii : Urban: League I'I

j chairman .of the group 'sponsoring Charles Austin Barnett llree We' tip ;our hats to you for Director'Named, I
,, the!{ two hour closed-cir skln Dr David), Stern, ,Mes- yourtf courage In performing an ; J :
.,. cult lIiammaSBeachaAudittorium dames ,B. White, ''Mable' Glover; extremely 'dangerous assignment I Dr. Ira P. Davlal} president.ol !
and : Dana Chapman; :Ella: I Hartley,' And we bow our heads the Greater ':'Miami} ','.ij?r: 'b* a n i
Nov. 29. I _, auUne JJJumu. (See story; .en.- .. ,.Ito.'th4'0riabove'Tor his guid I League, recently announced the
It A planning meeting of the page a) ''PIc.L C. BOWLES ance. ., on, page 1, 6)_ I J

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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. I Killer of JudgeChilling.worth Rattlers Reject Jim

PAGE 2 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1962 FreeThe

man who put the fingeron
Floyd (Lucky) Holzafel and Crow Hospitality
JFK Negro Assistant Joseph A. Peel for the murderof
C. E. Chit'
and Mrs. I
Judge ,
I : llngsworth today basked in TLLAHASSEE BecauseWooworth's continued' enforcement of lunch r ,I '
counter segregation. Tallahassee : .
Beach l'
his Riviera "

Speaks To .Urban 'leagueGuest Beach.freedom home, north at of West Palm gate] Its lunch refuses counter to here desegre, a Is Negroes the only still Florida cannot city get service where {I I' Jt!,.'" L

He Is Bobby Lincoln] 38 who company offer to sponsor Blos-a at have lunch been counters.the scene These of recently CORE.. f .'t
for the Orange :
speaker at the fourth DDllottdtilt3' mh1tttee.., I confessed that he at and the Holzapel Instigaof som breakfast football teams has been re- sponsored sit-ins. \, :..
killed the couple
annual Equal Opportunity Day onsoreCt b '"the 111.8zlf <
banquet Nov. 24 at the Ever, : U nt Le ue' rre2ter n PeeL jected. The Orange Blossom classic
glades: Hotel will be Hotert o th i U rtfted.bnd),."EOn IS Lincoln was granted Immunity Taking this action was the will be played in Miami on Dec
Taylor, Jr., 41 assistant protla e to President Kennedy on num .K'ennedy 'nd loc lIp by; conviction. Holzapel and Peel- whose students are personally for a breakfast prior to the game
erous racial equality committees. Miami Mayor Robert K. HIgh but was sentenced to three humiliated by Woolworths at a downtown Miami Hotel :
Taylor Is a member of the' years in a federal pentitentlary 1 :
special council of the President's It Is observed across the nation -In Milan, Mich., on a moon- .
Committee to spotlight efforts being shining conviction.He 1
on Equal Employment
made to insure fair and equal
released week ago
Opportunity. He Is also a was a
of all citizens. The
treatment
special assistant to the Vice- 7 months before his sentencewas
president.A event annually coincides with. up, because of gool behavior
the anniversary of Abraham LIn.coin's
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Michigan lawyer for almost
Address of
20 years, Taylor has served as 1863. Gettysburg --- .

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Another highlight of the dinner United Fund
., will be the presentation of
.)... three special awards to the Uni Hits 61.2% :, '
: versity of Miami Dade County } \
..4"., Junior .College and the County The United Fund has moved ;
Public School System for con closer to a successful campaignwith
structive advances In the fieldof a report of $1,144,208 or
education equality.The 61.2 per cent of goal, it was announced %
by William C. Lantaff.
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Urban League Is administered
by an interracial boardof Already "over the top" are
men and women from aU the City of North Miami with rRES DELiYERY DRUG
walks of life. 100 per cent participation and
residential chairmen in Coral 6750 N.W. 15th Avenue __ Phone 691-6651 n '
By gathering facts, and engaging Gables, Central Miami, and JoLWvhTrE. MAnage
in consultation, community South Dade. UAHOLD
organization and persuasion "The success of our campaignand
V it attempts to Improvethe we must be successful depends Got Something To Sell Rent Trade ? ?
working and living conditions on every individual in
J of all minority groups. Dado County" said Lantaff. Try A Miami Times Classified Ad

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Expanded professional care ,_ ; _
for unwed mothers in Dade 1_ n
County is seen here as plans
move forward for constructionof
a Florence Crltterton Homein
South Miami, adjacent to Bap
tist Hospital.One x
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of 51 such Institutions In
the U. S., the Home will provide I
parental care, confidential case- t' .
work and counseling, and help
in rehabilitation of the patientso
she can return to her com
munity with dignity and confl I
dence. i
Seven women's chapters of
Circles, are sponsoring fund. \
raising events In all parts of
Dade County it was announcedthis : from the FULTZ :
president.week by Michael Shores, \ QUADS ;


Upcoming are two coffees In ': and the PET
Coral Gables, one on December MILK COMPANY
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Abraham, 727 So. Alhambra .
Circle and a second hosted by \\X ',,.
Mrs. Frederick B. Zaugg, 12010 Golden Twist Bracelet I. ::
Pine Deedle Lane on January 8. .1'
Climax social will be a luncheonand .
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Harvest Sip at St. THE MIAMI' TIMES MIAMI, FLA.
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 24, 1962 PAGE 3f
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Guild will present Its 5th an
nual "Harvest Sip" on Sunday,
Nov. 25, 4:30: p.m. at St. Agnes
Parish Hall.
The speaker for the occasion
p : will be Mrs. Alice Wainwright,, .;,; ,<
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Dade County's first and only Ij!. ...
5 5f female county commissioner.. ,"
The public is most cordially "t

invited -r Refreshments, Will be ...
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Nov. 26 at 8 It \ .
Monday, p.m. \! \
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: the Male Chorus! of St. Mary's ;'
Wesleyan Methodist Church and
9 Ma the Blossom of Liberty Temple "k55
6 'a will present Peggy Anderson in .
recital. Peggy is the granddaughter r
of the well known AlBert I,
a Carey, leader of Oliver's
Cornet Band M'ir t
I She is a member of St. Mary.'s {\
Sunday School, usher board and ": .
BTW Choral She will be ''t.
group. 5*
T5f supported at intermission time ,.
with renditions from the Blossoms ""...", :: : sc

of Liberty Temple..
Peggy Is blessed with a clear
f resonant voice, that will delight
those that hear her. She will
bf! accompanied by Mrs. Harold

HIggs. _
tie Among her renditions she will
B : I offer "Mallotte's 23rd Psalm"
S A ,ra and "Pale Moon" by Logan
I Miss Linda Kelly wlll be mis-
I tress of ceremonies for this occasion

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Announces
member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, and at presentis
a music teacher in the public schools of Michigan. Engagement
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Mr. Davis is the son of Hosca Davis and the late Mrs. Mrs. Jamie Bryant announces: ,
Mr. and Mrs, Snow F. Grigsby of Seyburn Ave. In the of her niece, 1\\
engagement
Detroit, Mich., announce the engagement of their daugh Bessie Davis. lie is graduate of Florida A and M University Ann Williams, daughter of S. L.
and a member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity He is Williams and the late Mrs. Edna -
ter. Gloria Veronica to John Henrico Davis of Miami. owner of the Davis Printery and editor and publisher of Williams, to James L. Collins -
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' Miss Grigsby is a graduate of the University of Mich. The Florida Flash, a Miami weekly. January 12 is the and of Mrs.Macon King, Ga.D., son Collins of Mr.of

igan and the University of Southern California. She is a wedding date. Macon.
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Anderson and ,

Belafonte

II A two-hour closed-circuit .telex "
t cast featuring such artist as t. '.
It Marian Anderson Harry Bela- ', "
r fonte, Van Cllbunv and many
others, will be presented Nov. k
j 29 at Dade County and Miami }f
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r Beach auditoriums by the Dade ,r K, } w:
County Cultural Committee.
"uS Proceeds from the event will
: be divided between the National
It Culture Center, Washington,
" D. C. and member organiza
! t lions of the local group.
[\i' The telecast Is being present. '
11 ed in almost 100 cities and profits
I :! realized by the national [
L group will be used to tAilld a
l' cultural center in Washington
I'..' i as a permanent home for the .
pcrformaing arts. This will not tf.,. ,' >
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" location of Jordan Marsh for milk with extra Vitamin D for sound teeth and straight sturdy bodies! Left to right: Glenrose, 15;

I. $2.50,for$2nd special patron tickets Olivia, 17; Mr. Dukes holding alto little Cary, 2; Clifford, 10; Mr. Dukes; Christopher, 8j; and Carl, 12.

, The national group Is headed

,I John by honorary F. Kennedy cochairman and, Mrs.Mrs. "Carnation puts the sunshine in their smiles""Every "j

Dwight D. Eisenhower. .
Also to appear on the special "

show are Abe Burrows, Pablo one of my children started on Carnation-and Their family was featured as "Family of the Month"I I
Casals, Benny Goodman, Danny
Kaye, Gene Kelly, Dorothy Kirsten stayed on Carnation! declares their remarkable young in a recent issue of Cart Magazine. '.I!

Frederic March, Jason mother, Mrs. Rufus Dukes. Both Mr. and Mrs. Dukes "The main thing'in a family this size is to be sure they

Robards and Mike Jr.Nichols, Richard and Tucker Elaine are still in their 308 and already have a lifetime of achieve. all get plenty of the right nourishment. If the childrenare j I

May. ments behind them. healthy, everything else will take care of itself," Mrs. .i '.:

Rufus Dukes is manager of a leading auto agency in Dukes believes. "Carnation is our favorite milk for every.

Royal Twenty Chicago. He served with the United States Air Force after thing-drinking, cereals, coffee, cooking. You should see

attending college. The Dukes are developing a 280-acro what it does for my meat loaf I" (See recipe below.) Even., \

Women's Club farm on which they have built a spacious country home when you add an equal amount of water, Carnation is

The Royal Twenty Women'rf and are completing a luxurious summer-winter resort. richer than sweet, whole milk.*
Club held its regular meetingat

the home of Mr. and Mrs. *.....""y.., ........../.. ... "' *U.s. Dtplot Agriculture Handbook #8, Composition of Food ',
Robert Dunn of Coconut Grove, _j : -Mr I, ;; ; r. .(W 5,555555 \
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Sunday Nov. 11. "j .
Many Items of old and new 1 It recipe: LCARNATION'S------------------
business were discussed; and re
viewed by the club. An internal STAY-MOIST MEAT LOAF

program ulate interest was developedmem Always juicy-never crumbles
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bers.Mrs.. Vera Clarke, a long time I % cup (small can) undiluted f ':
loyal member, was reported to CARNATION EVAPORATED MILK
be confined at Mercy Douglas I 11/4 pound ground beef nation) I IS 1
Hospital.Mrs. 1,1 cup fine cracker meal' : .
Rose Hall expressed the y 1 egg I
gratitude of the members f or 14 cup chopped onion ?
the delightful repast preparedby teaspoon garlic salt
the hostess. The memUers Ih teaspoon salt "
and their guests sanctioned<11 I this' 1 tablespoon prepared mustard ,
action whole-heartelly. I I "
The next meeting will be beldat Mix Ingredient together. Place In 'loaf jVAPORAmkS.MILKx I
tna..home of Mrs Rose Hall, pan. Bake in moderate oven (373F.)
1482 Polk. St., Richmond Hts. "The Doctor recommended Carnation for Cary, and of about 50 minutes. Let stand on a wire ewu..o >:
1Ir5.Er'tnQUne Holton, presl- him Carnation rack about 10 minutes before removing
course we kept on after formula days,
dentMr.s. Hlliel.) Peavy, reporter to serving platter.' MkttBMdiinwnrlD*> "Inm Conlmtaf CMM"
Mrs. Duke explains. It's the milk every doctor knows. L :
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somewhat ,
businessmen died :
Another of our
Saturday morning. Shadrach Ward, 56. who o\Vpod
on
business at the corner of Ave/and \
and .operated a a15th
68th St.. was seized with .' hi.'Irt abtack place tI
business about 11 o'clock and. died 1nsantly.Vard ; 4wi

was a member of a pioneer family 'Wel(,known, ____
disposition;[ _
J .11 and liked in the community. His quiet Wgn} Zor
Of file At 0740 N.W. nth :A nm*-Phoml OX 1.O421 him many friends. 1 :'ji. I
Itranrb At II12 X.W. .
Third Are MUml Florida-FboDOr FR 82230tf -
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-. ----- _.UnTIl. C. IlKKYKS.. Managing Editor. .t / .ca..t'O: !ing froomoresidfhtt los lgregatton.The I
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Member of the AMOdatf'd Negro PTCM AMenilxr ,. JUST BROWSIN'r dean was sure that many
of the Rational Newspaper Pnblishers AssociationsunscmrnoN Paul R. Henry "young white teacher fresh
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from the nation's{ top universities
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RATES :. .. to work
''i ,:) ": -: 'x\ would. be willing
OXK TAR $. .OO SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN fO.00. In Southern' Negro. schools* If
The James E. Scott Community asked.
;" "\, *0 Association's Senior Citizens they were :
THANKSGIVING Pre-Thankscrfvinff Dinner at the
Hampton House last Thursday Dr. Eugene Youngert; examining
Thursday was Thanksgiving Day. the 342nd anni- afternoon was quite an enjoyable the quality of public education
versary of the day instituted by the Pilgrim Fathers to affair. finds .Dade'sNegro

give-thanks to Almighty God for- their survival.It Mrs. Mamie Gill was an efficient standard shockingly different. Marian DeanRepresents

is an annual holiday in the United States and usually toastmistress.The : On the phychological sectionof f 1
observed on the fourth Thursday in November.Our Rev. Edward T. Graham the Florida Placement Test
well known pastor of Mt Zion taken by Dade's June graduates Local
Mayor, Robert King High issued the usual'proc- Baptist Church introduced by 37 per cent of white students
lamation declaring the holiday. Mrs. Arabella Foster was Interesting placed In the top 30 percent
a* guest speaker. Mrs. statewide. Only $2 percent of Zetas at Regional
Many churches hold services on this day giving Cherry Mills Boyer rendered vo the Negro students, scored that ;
thanks and praise to God for the many blessings show- cal selections and led group high. Twenty one per cent of Local Zetas have selected j
ered upon them during the past year. singing with Mrs. Blanche Cal the white seniors were In the their delegates for the annual
loway at the piano. bottom 30 per cent, but 76 per
Southeast
Regional In
Then meeting
comes the traditional Thanksgiving (turkey)
of the students
cent Negro were. S. C.. Mrs. Marian .
dinner. On this occasion hospitals and less fortunate folk I A feature of the occasion wasa Spartanburg McIntosh Dean entrained to
Thanksgiving tribute to Dr.
are remembered.For I
!Spartanburg, Nov 21 where she
Kelsey Pharr by Mrs. Spero Co- The Haitian government has
many the holiday runs through the weekend and kine and Mr. Pharr's response. deported Roman Catholic Bishop I.will participate in workshop
the opportunity to visit friends out of the city is taken Miss Olive Alexander, execu Paul Robert and three Roman groups and will' spark Zeta
Boule for July 63. This nation.
tive director of the James E. priests from the Republic.
advantage of.Fishing .
Scott Community Association, I President al meeting: will convene in Mi!
Francois
Duvalier'sgovernment
trips, football games and other sports are Introduced guests, among them ] recognizes primitive ami. The lovely Mrs. Dean is an
crowded into the day. were Dr. Malcolm Ross and representatives religions, while the Bishop instructor schooL at Douglas Elementary
from the Senior sought to destroy= the Ideal of
1 Thanksgiving Day is also the opening day for Trop- Citizens Center named after voodooism in Haiti.
ical Park and seeing the horses run plus taking a chanceon him. In 1941 a drive against voo
winners are a major attraction. dooism some Haitians took an DOG TRACKERS
Closing remarks were made superstition oath and destroyed After the dogs,: stop by the
There are by I
special reasons for thankfulness this year. Eugene Kemp, manager of their temples and Satellite. Conveniently locatedon
The threat of war with our next door neighbor Cuba, the Project.Liberty Mrs Square Housing I,charms. 7th Ave. next door to Jack
Odessa
James Is
that hovered around us for a month while the United president of the Senior Citizens They charged that Bishop Rob son-Byrons. Music and atmos
States maintained a blockade, was removed on Tuesday Club and Garth Reeves, president ert organized or tolerated pillaging phere. Out of this world -
evening when President Kennedy having received as- of the James E. Scott Com lore riches of archeological of his Diocese.and folk Ave.Satellite Lounge, 6222 NW 7th

surance from Nikita Khrushchev that Russia would remove munity Association. .
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and bombers from Cuba lifted the block-

ade. I Dean of Harvard University NICE HOMES FOR SALEWe

Let us hope that the removal of these weapons of .I John undergraduate U. Monroe, addressing college the Dr.
war, will bring about a peaceful settlement between our 59th annual convention of the have several very nice 2 and 3 bedroom home
country Russia and. Cuba. American Teachers Association
at Northwestern High near Grand Way and Manor Park.
School,
Thanksgiving reminds Ye Editor that last Friday he said desegregation of facilities
had .a birthday. If the record is correct and it should be, would help to stimulate Negro ONLY $350 DOWN ;
he has passed the alloted span by a decade. For this he teachers to raise their own
is most thankful. professional standards through Low monthly payments +* .*
individual
study and In-service
Birthdays are happy occasions for young and old training. It would also Insure .',
that is certainly :a good thing. equal educational opportunity -0-
for youth
despite the cintinued
The young rejoicing at a party as they receive con-
gratulations and gifts from parents and friends look Call E. Harry Denny .

forward to the day when they too will be grownups. DEATH

Older folks are not very different. They enjoy be- WILLIAM THURSTON, for. 754-0483

ing congratulated and receiving gifts. Then, too they mer operator of the Midway
like to reminice and enjoy themselves, and that's what Barber Shop at 6709 NW 15th ACTION REALTY
Ave., '
Ye Editor did on his birthday. This one was no exception. Hospital Uf1 Jackson Memorial
Thursday after sufferIng .
*0 praise the Lord, for it is a good thing to sing a stroke.

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James II. Meredith who entered the University of j:. PIN LAND

Mississippi on Sept. 30 under guard of federal troops has i. :
by no means had an easy time but in spite of rumors that j ilt, Im

he wants to quit Oxford he says he will stick it out. j''t=

Meredith, who spends his weekends off the campus, =ilf 1975 N.W. 36 St. 635-5309 t- :!

told reporters in Memphis, Tenn. that he will remain at .lt.ylts

the Mississippi university. ...:

There are unconfirmed rumors that his grades are Lit L-&A\ .
below the passing level. Be this as it may, this young Air t WELCOMES H

Force veteran deserves a lot of credit for his stamina and .:: I I. m

conduct under most trying circumstances.The :;: THE m c clt j

case of former Major-General Walker charged .," 0: M
with seditious conspiracy and inciting to insurrection in :

connection with Meredith's admission to Oxford University : : EXCELSIOR s

is now being ,tried. albs LEAGUE
:Its
Walker is said to have led the rioting students of ,
Oxford on the night of September 30. i s1h
THURSDAY
! Governor Ross Barnett of Mississippi and "Lt" Paul EVENINGS' 8 O'CLOCK ?:t=
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Johnson Jr., will be charged with criminal 'contempt sit: 'THE OLDEST BOWLING LEAGUE IN OUR K
COMMUNITY"Llt
3 proceedings. The order for this action was issued by the : w!
; Supreme Court of New Orleans.. : T vFalsaff H
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ARTHUR VINING DAVIS ; *
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Arthur Vining Davis one of the world's richest men Ir' Bowling 35c until 6:00 Lit r;

died Saturday morning Nov. 17 at his commodious resi- :lt: Student 3 line* for $1.00 until 8 o'clock 86:

dence in Miami at the ripe age of 95. 0 .* tIt!
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I Funeral services were conducted by the Rt. Rev. ; sit;
James L. Duncan, Suffragan bishop of the Episcopal ffi' EVERY MONDAY NITE lc SALE A,7"yam :
Church at Van Orsdell's in ,)' i
Mortuary Coral Gables. Burial 0: *
will take place in Locust Valley Long Isand N.Y. lleESIr !

,. Mr. Davis owned large holdings in Miami and other g t SPECIAL CHRISTMAS OFFERBowling sM:

cities lie was a useful man to the business world and It t:': ball, bag shoes
his investments provided employment for thousands of ,St: $29>98 n

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>Miami t teacher whp.;': btlred
( three Team ago, becam5theMdp e4
pf Eden Ferguson last
fi Sunday at 5 p.m. The ;R V, P.
i S. Brown. pastor of Mui Tabor' ;
j / Baptist: !=; Church read the ser'
1 t vice for the double.r!ng, ceremony -'
before a small group, of
witnesses Miss Amandah Cato
Franklin former Dunbar;1-"ct ,
worker of the bride wa< .'
maid of honor; Officer F 'Ji
Ferguson nephew of the'gr' I
served as best: man >,d f' e
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organza with matching color
.lace bolera-and white accessor*
;,\ les; her bridal boquet was of
white chrysanthemums. The ... .
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;' new Mrs. Ferguson Is a member --THE -- CLASS OF 1962 Shown above acre/ the proud
of Mt. Tabor, the Pioneers Club I MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.
members of the graduating class of Sunlight Beauty
E and the Senior Citizens Club of SATURDAY NOVEMBER 24 1962 PAGE 51
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. the JESCA. Her hobby Is landscape __ School. seated in front are the founders, Mr. and Mrs.D. .
painting. I ST. BARNABAS TEMPLE BAPTIST A. Julius, and the faculty members of the now famous
.:* Mr. has resided In school.Dr.
Ferguson I I beauty .
The Missionary Society, Mrs.
School
, Miami for the 41 He Sunday was opened by
Is associated past with allied years. I the pastor who also quizzed the Florence Hepburn, president, Katie Whickam of New Orleans, national presi-
:t;; trade. The Fergusons construction group on the lesson. will celebrate its anniversary dent of the National Beauty Culturists League, Inc., was

j'. will reside at 1762 NW 62nd St.I reached at the morning Sunday has at been 3 p.m.prepared A spicy for program the guest speaker, at the 27th annual graduating exercises

Among the guests were Mesdames worship from Acts 1152: theme" occasion. The public is invited. held at Mt. Zion Baptist Church.
Christine Cohen Cherry, "St. Barnabas was a Good Man. The number two choir, Mrs. Delegates of the Beauticians Southern Regional,
Iona Cook, Myrtle Bullard, Bes Everyone was spiritually bles M. Hall, president and C. Arm-
who were meeting in Miami at the time, were Special
sed. No. 1 choir furnished music
pie Dennis, Sarah Dlllard, lona brose, director, will sing duringthe
Dukes, Susie Gordon (sister of with Mrs. L. Knowles at the morning and evening ser guests of the school.
the bride), Josephine Powell, organ and No. 1 ushers served. I vices. This week the Sunlight Beauty School moves from
Athalie Range, Mary Ferguson You are cordially Invited to I its location for toe past 27 years into its new and more
Reed; Ollis Smith and Luella attend our Woman's Day Sun EVERY NITS!
Thompson; also Miss Lizzie day, Nov. 25 at 5871 NW 21th You don't have to wait for spalcious quarters on the second floor of the Love and
Ferguson In attendance also Ave., morning and evening.Mrs. the weekend to meet the crowdat Charity Building, 1113 NW 3rd Ave
were Joe Adderly, Caleb Bene- R. Roberts is still sick the Satellite It's every
by and Richard Powell.Rummage in the hospital and Mrs. Rosa nlte music and atmosphere,
Walker Is at home. Let us pray "Out of this world." Satellite
SaleThe for their ,speedy recovery. Lounge, 6222 NW 7th Ave. JACK'S MEN'S WEAR ti,

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consists of a group of local sec
retaries and was formed a few JEWELRY REPAIR WORKDO
years ago for the purpose of Exclusive Men's Wear, from the top of your head to

raising funds for charity. LIKE THE RAILROAD MEN DO AVE) the tip of your toes includingHats

This group this year decidedto YOUR WATCH FIXED WHERE TJlI KNOW HOW! Shoes Shirts Suits Trousers of \
sponsor a rummage sale in Caps

order to raise the necessary MANLEY'S JEWELRY Styles and quality -at popular pricesBE
funds. Previously the proceeds
from the annual Harvest Moon SURE TO COME AND SEE US
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Crippled Children Society.
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Bed ......................_......_... $10 up I iI i
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MIAMI TIMES -' MIAMI, FLA. this Sunday. Come out and for teachers who desire to
SATURDAY NOVEMBER root your favorite team on. learn the art of bowling. If you
,24,1962 PAGE 7
I See the best of bowling from Bunche LanesNews want to join your school team
two counties.A and need Instructions come In
any evening and get free Instructions
Junior League s formingat from expert bowlers.
'Ir Pinlights From Finland Pin-Land for early Sunday Be sure and make applicationfor
afternoon. All high school stu your school team.

dents ate eligible. For iteration In observance of ThanksgivIng ,
I 4.i This week saw the famous Hayes with 545. High indlvl- ask at the bowling desk. Day, the Freeway Handi Pin-Pals, the Wednesday nite
"Trip to Nassau" won for a team with 574 and Earnest cap League bowled on Thurs- women's league is drawing lots
"f : 275 game. Leo Armbrister who dual games were thrown by "Penny Night"a PinLandis day night. All members will of attention. Not only do the
L'l 4 i; at one time held the high score Cyril Miller with ::225, Willie still going quite strong. We meet again on Nov.. 29 ladles bowl well but they look
title back and also won the Nicholson of the Mi Club 12th recommend that if you wish to good doing it. Stop in some
free trip to Nassau. Leo threwa Frame Hi Hats with 219 and take advantage of bowling, Lorenzo Smith Is a welcome Wednesday and see what I
spare in the first frame and John Harvey with 207. every second line for 1 cent, figure behind the desk at' mean.
then threw 11 straight strikes start early on Monday evening. I Bunche Lanes. Ills many
and a nine on the last ball Eyes light and pins went The past few weeks have seen friends will be' glad to know
for a 289. Good luck in Nassau flying as the up Bantam Team on all lanes filled by 900.: he is back on the job and I am The Junior Bowling League
Leo, and bring us home a pres. Saturday morning rolled. The sure they will come in to see consisting of bowlers ages 9-
ent. him..Calls himself bowler 16 has Indeed come a long way.
children were told that high SPECIAL ..STUDENT8.RATe.'on a_good The
scores and Une-courtesy-would -. BOWLING too, and will accept a chal boys and girls who come-
Thursday nights are quite be rewarded by movie passes. Pln-Land offers special stu lenge. Any takers? every by playing Saturday have profited
a much Improved
busy now with the oldest bowl. "The chlldrensr desclpline was dent rates for bowling -
ing league In our community, so good you could hear pins day until 8 Three lines every-of Three cheers for Clyde Mul- game. Mary Rose Dorsette,
the Excelsiors now Howling; at drop.Again. bowling and p.m.shop rental for ler, our assistant manager. He Stephen Duncan Ricardo Blue,
Pin Land. Last week the Olympics we wish to thank the $1.00. goes to Orlando Sunday to Theresa Barton Clarence
team captained by Earnest Bantam sponsors for their bowl in the "Cream of the Smith and Sanford Bradshear
Hayes threw the high cooperation in this program. Crop Tournament. There he are some of the high scorers.
scratch with 2544, and the Look for the Purple Junior SANTA'S COMING SOON will compete with the top Last Saturday Clarence Smith
American TV and Furniture Bowling Sponsors Emblem in Now is the time to ordera bowlers all over the state. Alright scored a 178 game and that's
team took the high handicapwith store and businesses all over new Howling ball, bag and Cyril, bring home the,' bowling at any age.
2800. The high individualsets the city. They support youth, shoes. For a limited time until bacon. the doors
were John Harvey of the you support them Christmas Pin-Land offers the On Sunday openat
Olympics with 589 followed famous Ace bowling ball In The Falstaff Traveling I noon. Attend the church of
) closely by Cyril Miller of the The Fallstaff Traveling weights from 10 to 16( lbs, plus League, improving with every, I your choice and then come to
Kenny's Department Store League is back at Pin-Land Endicott-Johnson bowling shoes meeting played to a capacity : Bunche Lanes and enjoy an
'''i plus the Triangle bowling bag I house at Fort Laulerdale last afternoon of bowling. Bring the
{ all for only $29.96. I I(I Sunday Mi Club and Lucky II family. Good, clean recreation
Take advantage of this special -(Truck teams tied for first for ail. Hope you had u happy
Human Kite to Fly Here In offer now or use Pin l nd place. Bunche Lanes finally Thanksgiving. Bunche Lanes:
It convenient layaway plan for I I I won three games which makes I wishes 'the best for you at all
that sporting gift suitable for them one game out of first times.
Orange Bowl Regatta men, women and children place. Hold on to your hats
I'I bOYSl here they come. High I ORANGE BLOSSOM
SIDNEY BOBBY e scores were made
uy CLASSIC
TICKETS
Alphonso Woodall SG-vear-oId'I'I ((10 miles) at an altitude of 175. i,POITIER "I DARIN Cyril Miller, who rolled a 636 NOWjgiP
skit-kiter of Cleveland, Ohio, ar feet. I I I, in "PRESSURE, POINT" set and Johnny Stoner of Pin. QH SALE
I rived in the city last week. He is Woodall, who is also a Hi-Fi-,Filmed in Black In White Land rolling a 590 set. 'I North's Travel Bureau ,
the sole Negro ski-kiter in the TV serviceman learned this i J I Ihotfby |I in Rage
country and claims the American by watching experts at'RITZ St..tai The DCTA Clinic got under | 1104 NW 3rd Ave. i

record for W length' ,of flight Cyprus Gardens here in Florida )II I(i Theatre Sunday way ic is the being past held week.every A free night clin I j r Get Ph.the best FR seats 9-8451 NOW!

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The Volunteer Fire Dapart- Enjoy"Living'in-Our' Cool, Cle Apartments t' -_. ,
ment of Carver Ranches has
begun a ;90-day $15,000 driveto Offering Many Features

purchase a new fire truck. i IF ip \ r FREE GAS
All citizens are asked to donate T rv !! I
$15 toward this end. Baying
Gas Stove
an adequate fire depart Tile Bathroom Refrigerator -
lower home Insurance .
ment causes Newly painted Venetian Blinds 0
rates This money may be 4
paid directly to the Fire Department '? f? Washing Machines Laundry Rooms
be given to
the members or may of the finance Free Parking Auto hot water heater

committee. >'J i'! A dnS Free Garbage Disposal Filtered water

They are, and may be con. 7
tacted as follows: Mrs. Misielle ,; CARETAKERS ON PREMISES
Drown YU 3-4260; Garnett Dor-
sett, YU 3.2767; Walter Blatch, .
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All are Invited to the weeklyfire Weekly : ; :: 1lIlhlf.':
meeting Monday night., at y

8 o'clock. $14.50 bedroom $18.50" 2 bedroom-.. Apt.

The men of Central Baptist I 45 .p Renting Office open every .day- Phone OX 1.8862

t Church, Carver flinches, will "' ... -. ... -." ..... .
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would be happy, tp ''haye their
many friends worship with i
them. Brother; George Smith,
chairman Rev. E. J Clark, pas, 'STITUSTURNER LIBCITYOX
tor; Z. Newbold ans, reporter. S lVk&?

The West Hollywood -
and Hallandale are IN THE THE
thanking all, who took part in
their show and attended the OX 1.7959
22nd Ave. and 69th St.
dance and fashion show at the
Celebrity Lounge In Hallandaleon "People Sure Are Funny When They catKacancxac*xx i ac* ( cacatat z aaac.acacalsc ta cac eac_c acKnc ataaae
Nov. 19. "
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Classic tickets will be on sale -, PLUS AN ALL-STAR SHOW'
? at Bowe'i Barber Shop in West j .. :"
Hollywood, 4444 SW 17th St. or ,ADMISSION FRIDAY' AND SUNDAY ', $1.50 I
i Pembroke Road. Make your
reservations now. Phone YU ADMISSION SATURDAY '. $1.75 7, S ,5 I
3-UU13.\ Walter A. Bowe, Prop. .
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TABLES FREE d :

All friends of West Holly. -
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wood and Hallandale and all (?
over Broward County, send :BIG BENEFIT ALL-STAR SHOW : ; ,
deepest sympathy to the Shad-
die Ward family of Miami. AND DANCE :R1

Wednesday Nite November 28
SIDNEY BOBBY ". ,
1'OITIEll vs DARIN SLATED FOR THE FAMILY' OF SLAIN
in "PRESSURE POINT" POLICEMAN JERRELL FERGUSON
Filmed in Black in White .t
in Rage ADMISSION: ADV. $1.50 DOOR $1.75 a
RITZ Starts TABLES $1.00 '.

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MIAMI. FLA.' "- Knights' of: 'I',ythias" CHURCH ... c Bridge: Classes at

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER '24, 1962 ."PAGE 't .4 .. _. ._ .._u ...
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,. t'. 9. And 'Courts'of .;4 ... ..:'NEW _. _"' 'I': ':: Downtown YWCA

'" t.t .k ',,.. r ktty;:" .f GRACE PRESBYTERIAN 1 ....
Climax Achievement CalanheChanceUor{ To 'all memtters: tt ts"''neces?: Would you like to Improve
,
gain confidence, and
lomegas your;. game
sary /or. each member ttr
pave Join the
Councilor( :c meetIng individual h 4 a,M taxrpaid Intermediate! tgcorel
1 was held Sunday Nov. :Bridge<< Class nowStWn
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'! : by this Sunday. The amount Is .
: 114 SE.' (
at thb..home' of Sir ,Walter L. $1.60ltblt'altpmi iff at t Tinesday ,
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"Automation: Challenge of Meeting of Omega' (which'\Vm Belle. Next meetJnv.1ll bt on jald .their head..tax, the': entlro 4tb 1St'f da evening, '
the Future," was the theme of convene here in April of, : ., Sunday, Dec 2m UUh me of ifempunt 1 ii to'fcd'ttttnW fivet'tdvpresbyteQr. b nr' NdV? 28 and play in .
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the National Achievement Weep Miss Aurora Griffin our Tal Sir H. L. Williams, ,..318. ,JNW ( Thg ,pistor *lIt bfl tf ngenfal;\atmosphere. under "7
Observance of the ent Hunt winner of last 48th. Terr: at 4,p.m. attending the Presbyterian of a competent
Phi fraternity, Inc. Is now enrolled at Savannah year; Artls Parks Court No. 59, Mrs. meeting in Ft. Lauderdale, this nst1itJon'| YWCA, FR,,, :..i
During this observance, chap.I State College as a result Of a, Cprnelia L. Glenn, worthy coun.-- Tuesday, aflcrhertofc&W; to be 7.2571 er Information. :? \
ters throughout our land spon scholarship received from -tier Day Mrs. Glenn was woman's able to make a fulrfmdnbial. report
sored programs to enlighten the participation. speaker at Macedonia Baptist .for all members,, Please .,'
world on our vital theme. Our As a tribute: to the Greeks of Church.1 have. your tax paid byUhl! Sun Mrs. Minnie Sue West of Chi.
I local chapter, Sigma Alpha, was our area, the Greek Medley will Rose Sharon Lodge No.. 22, day. I cago, Mrs. Emma Lee Gibson: of
of no exception, for programwere be a 'featured part of our pro Sir Henry Smith, chancellor AliJorftTherojiwlllf"'pb an important Chicago and Miss Fannie M.
presented In four of, our gram. All Greeks; friends and .Will meet Saturday Nov.24.. meeting of the congre Gibson of Chicago are here attending *
high schools, Mays, Nor t i h patrons of Omega are extended Rose of Sharon Court No 23 gation after this Sunday mornIng's the ,funeral of Shaddle
Dade, Booker T. Washingtonand a most cordial invitation to at will meet Nv. 26. *ervi< for the purpose ot Ward, Mrs. West is the sisterof
Miami Northwestern. tend this program. Ahmed Temple No. 2 Votary setting up our nominating com 1.} Mrs. Word; Emma Lou. and .
? There Is mittee. After this meeting, thisession Fannie Le her nieces "'""
Students In these schools ,no admission'charge. Walter L., Belle, deputy imperial will meet briefly. i dfre t
potentate of the
Oasis
were addressed by Brother of Miami, We
are urging all our mem
the Plain of
Dade
and the
Harold Braynon and personnel Des bers
of the Miami Branch of International Junior; Democrats ert of Florida, held a meeting shoulders and ''td friends the to wheel put, helping them SHOOT FOR THE STARS!
Business Machines. Work in Nov. 19 at the home of Votary our small congregation to: Get on the Satellitel! Juke box
Outstanding RegistrationDrive Walter L Belle. At this meeting ward progress. selections that can only be
among Votary Luther C. Hudson was I Live
grams was the portion cared, heard at this unique spot.
appointed grand mogul. We
are musical moods phenomenally
Achievement in The Making Woman's
asking all votaries D'ayat
co-captains, portrayed by Dottie and Mop
Students from the
schools appeared The Junior Democrats also princesses.:
of the
this
out of
St. Dudley Simply
rendering musical se Liberty City area have Joined :Sir: Walter L. Belle, D., G. 'C; James BaptistThe world. Satellite Lounge, 6222
lections from which winners forces with Crusade for voters Sir Rooert C. Bowens, A. G. S. women of St. James Bap- N\Y 7th Ave.
were selected. in their big voter registration list Church Rev. J. L. Johnson
Sunday, Nov. 25 at 4 p.m. drive now under way As Jun. pastor, will observe Woman's
brothers and their friends will for Democrats of today, they Day this Sunday Mrs. Lillian RUMMAGE SALE
gather at St. Paul's AME feel it is their duty to lend full Band Parents to Curtis Is chairman and Mrs Every day except Sunday next
Church, NW 51st Terr and support to this registration Laura Williams is speaker for td the Center Theater, 7th Ave.
19th Ave. to climax their obserVance .i drive, for they are the registered Sponsor DanceThe the morning service. The public. and 61st St. Hours 9 to 3 p.m.
Awards will be presented voters of tomorrow. is invited. Come look around. DSTAR
to the Citizen of The The organization Is steadily
Year, and the Omega Man of growing, but In this big ef. Northwestern Band
fort the need for more iscritical. Parents will sponsor a Teen '
the Year. help
This age Harvest Moon Ball in the
Finalists from the partlclpat means you, and gymnausim, Friday, Nov, 23, MEAT" MARKET
Ing schools will appear on pro you.Come on kids, give them a at 7.30: p.m.Donation .' '
gram, as they vie for SigmaAlphas' hand; come out, ,show your in Is 40 cents per '
Talent Hunt Winner terest and make your contrlbu' student or 05 cents per couple. 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
1902. Students appearing are: tion to the growth and development Refreshments .will be served ;,
John Samuels, Barbara Howell, of our community and "Buy a hot dog and. get your ',..r,' lt!l\of '
Teresa Lewis, Judy Mahoneeyand our country. punch free." a <',' (' i; \ v : ,'. ,
others. Our guest artists For Information on how to Please help our parents andband ., \:. I
will be the famed choir of Miami loin the Junior Democrats call members by buying a box
Northwestern High School under 6964811, or come. .to I 8178 % NW 'of delicious candy. Candy. sale THE MARKET WITH 'COURT OUS SERVICE
the able direction of Ar 17th ave. .begins Friday, Nov' .30.iririririnr .

thur Evans. The winner of this I ....... ..... .. -- .
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contest will represent our local 'J'- .or. JI IT InrII'Jr.arIr.lfX\1- A.&A.L.LkM: :
chapter In the annual District I
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Mrs. M. L. Nixon will be the bedrooms -If< 'rrfom' ;.. ,'Gai,' .Ii. ... Bcdrooms-2 Florida Rooms

2 Florida
guest speaker for Woman's Dayat age. ,

Sunday.Mt. Sinai The general Baptist theme Church.is, ,1001) NW'42liifStreet; ?'.. ':. t 1.,, All bedrooms are extra* large

"The Challenge of Christian $13,000; 'Total $400 caltK'J.$90 month : 2. All closets are' large with sliding doors'

Women in a Space Age World." : ,' 3. Deluxe kitchen-hand! made Formica bar top
No closing cost, no qualifying, no 1962 tapcet.CBS'2bedroom
The Prison Doctor Meets large, closets,' separate dining !uijoom.: : 4. 'Hot Point built>in oven and range

SIDNEY DOnnY POIT1KU DARIN Deluxe kitchen loads of cabinet: pju ,sove,. and refrigerator .. : 5. Extra 'large full size 'tiled bathroom' with French

The Vicious Bigot in Floridia.'roomnoff' dinfog. room, tile, roof, :I fixtures'

"PRESSURE POINT" t full. garage. 75x135, fenced ,corner. Iqt..Operi, ,daily.. .. I .6.4 Extra,large Florida room
RITZ Starting 2 p.m.to 6'p.m. 'f t, : 7. Deluxe lighting f fixures- throughout house
Theatre I .
Sunday :3-Cedroom, Florid J Rbonr; 'C r'tlt> >t> ), :I 8.: Beautiful oak wood floors '. I.'

St \ I 'Heavy 'duty self looting awning windows
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LIVE RENT FREE 4. throughout
: $13,500 Toted $400 cash $90 month, : ( ,
2 houses on one lot 1Q. Ventilation features to keep house mildew free

$300 down buys a 3-bed. ,: No qualifying, no closing coatI, ho 'id62 i axes. CBS land cool .

room home plus ,a separate three! bedrooms, large: living roomf,(big i \Florida I room, 11. Lot size-over. 5,000 square feet
bedroom home. Awnings, hardwood'floors, formallhnlD roontoVef refriger; i 12. :Full sod grass around ouse

fence. No qualifying, move :, ator and washing maxhuiejj full l {lie 'balhj;. tile\" roof! 13. Generally a well built, large home city water

in today. enclosed garage. ? ....,
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929 NW 49th St. 3 Bedroom Floridp Room.'- Carporte. ,;:' ,

$500 down $80 month : $14,400 Total $ 5q[ caRi-t ,$991nprith; 't. No We qualifying arrange will-financing Move right in

2 bedroom CBS with porch : No closing costs, no 1962' t4xes. CBS, extra large living 0. See the model, then pick out the lot localon that
and! garage. No qualifying : room formal, dining :room, hardwood floors;,'deluxe we have for you
no closing costs. We hare kitchen, lots of cabi eh.lov., refrigerator. )' 0 Schools shopping, bus lines within walking
key. Call to see. .. cedar lined closets,** 2 liner closets. House sits ort,''2 distance
lots I 12x16 CBS workshop. "'re&rri. Suitable f'for' two' ,
We arrange financing also families. Only $450 ca.h'*' and. one. FHA mortgage.. ; EXCLUSIVE SALES AGENTS
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PAGE 10 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1962 I THE I Your Health Becomes WMVJIt

TOWN TAMERBy is with great pleasure that

we announce a change of our

tint. PAP WHITE call letters from WMBM-PM to

Y. tiro {:?ri " II"I""I"I'I' WMVJ, which signifies Won-
.derful Miami's Voice of Jazz.
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Miami has been invaded by
; the United States Armed Forces. We shall continue in the future -
There are more soldiers here as we have done in the
than civilians. These soldiersare papt. to play the outstadingmusic
surrounding our local night from the world of Jazz.
clubs and capturing all the wo- 24 hours a day, seven days a
week. The music Is interspersed
men.I I
I with news reports on the
ttri {1Y } know Miami is called the hour and stock market reportson
}}r't :t : { "Magic City" but this is ridiculous By DR. M. RADIN the half hour during the

............_.. .. u :}A1ti} ..o..A Everytlme lop e n my I ---.. daytime hours.
By ALBERT W. COOEB eyes, Up pops a soldier. I asked ;:;
one soldier, "who is protecting THE COMMON
TO TEACHERS be given that there are people the civilians, If all of you are and chronic. Both are character. !
"Whose efforts bring re who willingly) devote and dedicate -' out night clubbing?" Because It Is so common, many ized by coughing due to Infla-

.,. -- suIts beyond the measure of themselves and their lives The soldier pointed out a.. people are Inclined to accept It mation of the lining of the
that and girls might have r
time" boys place about two blocks away as a matter of course and consider bronchial tubes. Acute bronchit
"The lives and happiness of quality education. where they were handing out it an...ailment of little con- is is usually ushered In with a
mind can reach, depend on the us This day be thankful and I I guns and ammunition for civilians sequences. This 'attitude Is head, a cough, and pains of a
our children, as far as be grateful for all the teachersof to protect themselves.The wrong for three reasons: First, sense of oppression about the
succeed, posterity,
If we there is
today. because statistics show chest.
looking back, will record that boys and girls. Be thankfulfor girls In Miami are being more loss. of time from, work
the custodians the maids
this was Indeed man's finest the plumbers, the, electricianand auctioned off to the highest bid I due to colds than any other ail: Chronic bronchitis is often,
hour." Carl A. Berendson. the painters. Be thankfulfor ders. The way these soldiers are ment; second: because enormous not always, the result of repeated
cooks and cafeteria work spending money, even the Georgia sums of money are spent for acute attacks The best pro
THANKSGIVING ers. Be thankful for business. boys are having trouble.getting remedies for colds every year; tection against all of them is a
Because It Is true that as the girls. third because colds pave the
:
In men, land owners, taxpayers, healthy vigorous body. Get plenty -
the trees
bent
twigs are doctors, 'lawyers and all the way for serious diseases. So, of fresh air bedroom
cline. Let us break bread to The Town Tamer realizes the should be employ; your
gether and lie thankful for many workers who play an active situation, so I had a talk with every ed means colds, another disease + should be well ventilated, avoid
to prevent
role In promoting or pro the Miami City Commission. We in exposure to drafts. Avoid
teachers. especially prevalent cola|
education.Be .
;l Today thanks be given that viding have decided to import girls I weather is influenza. So widespread fatigue.. Get plenty of rest, eata
like the teachers of from Nassau, so there will be been sensible diet. At the
I there are teachers thankful for has this ailment first signof
& ones who carefully, correctly teachers. Be thankful for pa. enough to go around that a description of it is not a cold, do not try to "doctor"
(, bend and shape young lives. rents,. They are chiefly responsible The young hoodlums around necessary. It is enough to say yourself. You owe it to yourself
\ Good persons are as twigs for schools. Be thankful town are chasing and throwing that Influenza even In mild to' see your doctor. Follow his
l which were skillfully inclined. and gratefful for boards of rocks at every soldier they meet. cases should never be consider advice and you will soon be on
i, Whatever children are, education. The Town Tamer doesn't approve el lightly/ everyone who has exj{ the shortest road to
whate- they become, teachers Most of all, be thankful for of this method, but I am perienced it knows how it weakens recovery.
L you are In a large sense ref the fact that in this universe happier because of It, and may the body Another ailment This article is published as a
I sponsible. Though perhaps remembered there Is abiding love of which the Bricks fall where they may. that strikes hardest in cold public service of Interest to you
least, you most of all those teachers of ours are the weather Is bronchitis of which In better health by Dr M. Radin,
lent greatest Influenceeven holiest revelations. .. there are two kinds acute 1159, NW 3rd ,Ave.
iftjust by chance. Thankful I close with a song: Real Estate Board I
be for the kind of person "My turkey, 'tis of thee
some teachers have been to Sweet bird with cranberry To MeetThe Without
Investigate Obligation
thee. Of thee I sing.
Thankful be for teachers who I love thy breast and wings Dade County Real Estate
chance to express Back, legs and other thingsI Board will meet Sunday, Nov.
itself.give a soul Hearts a express but maybe them love luscious thy sweet bird."stuffingsOh 25 at John 4 p.m.Barkley at the, 3095 residenceof NW I Care-Craft School for ,Nurses Aids

,
selves Infrequently
52nd St. All members
of the
had that one been A parting quotation-:
never before board Fall and Winter Classes Now
aroused til you awakened it. "Teachers open doors you and the auxiliary are FormingTen
Because of you that pulse felt enter by yourself" even If you urged to be present, business of
worthy of beating. Thankful, are thankful for nothink else Importance.DR.. Weeks Course Day or Night
then let all others be to children be thankful that there is you
the help which good teach -Cousin. M. RADIN REGISTER NOW
ers are always glad to be.
For teachers like those who SIDNEY BOBBY General Practice 1711 West' Flagler Call FR 9-7357

being out your child's self- POITIER TS DARIN Obstetric ,
( confidence, be thankful. Little in "PRESSURE POINT"
ones who are as others have 1159 NW 3rd Ave.
been, a sad sight to look upon Filmed In Black, in White U- -I
an inspiration. Always In Rage Pone 3741419
daily, are
trying, hoping, striving, RITZ Starts Open dally 9 a.m. 8 p.m. BUSINESS TRAININGFor

forgetting But never overlookIng Theatre Sunday Sunday 19 a.m. It noon
the sight of such, the those who want to work with the public
made teacher; a body
you
poor
experience, a thrill of hope. Learn to be a cashier, stockman, bag boy and

Since you believed In pirn, demonstrator. All ages. Ready for job in 3 weeks
could he let you down? He TV Service Calls sl-50
could not. Youth believe In Pay as you go. We help you get a job without charge
themselves because you believe
in them. Through believed ALL MAKES-ALL MODELS BUSINESS TRAINING SCHOOL
in them. Through believingIn
one another so 'it. is that LARRY'S T.V. 807 Bldg., NW 79th & 8th Ave. PL 7-3651
evolves. Be
self-confidence >;
,After 7 JE 1-5936
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self confidence. It
thankful for WE BUY SELL
AND TRADE TV SETS
is a helpful thing in life. May i
our lives mean as much, to RADIOS, HI.FI AND STEREO REPAIRSWe
others as our teachers meant
Sell Used TVs
on CredH I
too us each moment of the day.

And,thankful be for teachers 1551 N.W. 62nd Street OX 180245TOPI BARKLEY'S CUT-RATE STORE I
'who teach 'a' trade./ The' honor ,
of labor, the dignity of work,
THE i
these educators reveal. Instructor -- FRIENDLY STORE WITH TilE WARM WELCOME"

you know it, but do they for I LOOK! 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376
know what you are doing
them? You are in a sense putting ONE-TO-DAY Dolls from $3.98 to $114)8) Old Spice Cologne
money In their pockets., Bleach and Glow Cream 75: For Men $1.25
You prepare him for tomor WUNDER VITAMINS Old 97 Bergamont Hair Wrlsley French Lilac
row and when It comes he can Row would you like to' awaken one morning and find Dressing 50* and '$100 Bath Oil $1.50
I meet It face to face. Becauseof Straighteninghair d Room
you, he Is better able to yourself possessed with a marvelous tense of "well being Combs 79* to $2.98 Vaporizer reg. $2 only $1.89
earn a livelihood. If he pursues full of new pep and vitality Now science proves this can Coloring 33* to .$125 Royal, Keno and Po-Ke-No
higher goals, he can use happen to you!
i the knowledge you Impart to ONE-TO-DAY WUNDER USE OUR LAYAWAY PLAN FOR CHRISTMAS
him to help him on his way. VITAMINS give you a filing TOYS
Close to you he, felt. You talked of Increased sexual drive and, energy. AND GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONSOPEN

you guided. They learned.' lItre are some of the symptoms of people deficient In DAILY AND SUNDAY 8 A.M. to 10 P.M.

How and can'daughters we mean as to much mothers'sons as vitamins: Dizziness, weak feeling, vase ache and paint, JOHN A. McMINN, Owner

teacher meant to us along the sexual weakness., loss of mental efficiency, very nervous, no
way. zest for life.
Be thankful for teacher of A vitamin '
shortage in
your system! can make yon fed
music, drivers education, shop
and physical education. Todayour tired, old, listless, nervous, irritable, and can even affect yensexually. m WILL BUILD) ON 'YOUR LOT
thanks for teachers of art, If allowed to continue: for a long period, vitamin
teachers of reading; all these shortage may lead to serious Illaes.
,I many teachers without whom Protect .. NO CASH REQUIRED
yourself
School would perhaps be boring now today with ONK4NXDAY ?:
and drop outs might well be VITAMINS. If you take them every day, ONE-TO-DAY

I) equal to or greater than en VITAMINS will prevent vitamin shortage and make you feel r 20 different plans to .choose from
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rollment. Education, may teacher your old self again.ONETODAY <
do large and glorious things For Information callA ., ..
for you. VITAMINS will bring.yon back again to ...
J Be glad and thankful that look younger, feel younger, get that old pep back once again JOE BURTON
there are schools. At least rejoice to you can enjoy life to the almost ... 4221 Hallandale Blvd.

If things that they were are free otherwise to all, Keep them in your refrigerator and be sure yeu..takeat Highv W. Homes
J schools would be 'closed to least one 'every day. j Inc.

many. Would theybe closed to Do yourself a favor, always.ask for ONJi'r()- AY YITlf .,
thee Education, how can we BUNS and soon you wUl feel and do your beat. I Hollywood?'Ft**. Near Carver-Ranches
give to your cause' the sort of
this
j Cut ad out of your, newspaper and brine to z
that have
you'
gift given us. your '(just eaitsof
And thankful be for the nearby drug store, or man tljOO to Box. 1071,?Miami Beach, H me1'.w":Federal' Bank)
I good, sincere administratorswho Fla. and receive t:3 centa' off price. Dec Phones Miami > 1>
: work ,hard. Today thanks .. WJJHtfSr. : H611 lr wooa YU 90113THE
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1671 N. W. 68th Terr. I SATURDAY; NOVEMBER 24, 1962 PAGE 11
Rev Ernest Williams, pastor
( Deacon Fred Williams, reporter
1 1nrr. L.vt: Sunday our pastor delivered Woman's Day atM Pallbearers To
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a wonderful sermon
morning: and night This Sun. t. Sinai Hold ThanksgivingThe
day the N.O, 1 choir will render
the music. Next Tuesday night Sunday, Nov. 25 will be Wo- Grand United Order of
all members of the trustee man's Day at Mt. Sinai Bap Pallbearers of America( Inv.,
board are requested to 4tie out tist Church. The general theme will hold their 35th annual
Business of importance. pea I is. "The Challenge of Christian Thanksgiving service, Sunday,
con Fred William'. chairman. \'Women in a Space-age World." Nov. 25, at Mt Zion Baptist
t Please visit the Stek; andhutins. All services will be directed by Church, Rev. E. T. Graham,
.:: the women on this day. The pastor: :
If!:;, program is as follows: All members of the Grand
Barnabas' Sunday School at 9:30: ; morn United Order are requested to
St. ing service at 11; a youth spec meet at its temple, 2048 NWw
'l tacular at 3 p.m. and the even .T.....bcuAlbcrtha9o6th
Woman's Day ing service will climax when Ave, at 1 p.m. The parade
each woman presents her tal will start on time. The public
Speaker ents toward the financial rally. Is invited to attend. Take due
; We are looking forward to a notice and govern yourself accordingly
profitable day both spirituallyand ,
financially Rev. A, T. Store grand president
< ; Deacon Spry R. Davis,
t Baptist Women MT. CARMEL M. BAPTISTRev. GREATER ST. MARK P.B. G. SO.

[Celebrate\ Day D. A. Bradley, pastor Rev. K L. Johnson pastor
Mrs. Women's Day at St.
Christine Cherry, reporter Mrs. Ruthle Mae Scott, reporterYou

ci-women of First Baptisth Mrs. R. II. Lee of Ft. Lauder and yours are Invited to Matthew's Sunday
; of Bunche Park 15700 dale, widow of Rev. R. H. Lee, attend
a tea and fashion show
2nd Ave., Opa-locka, in. will be our morning speaker on 3 The Woman's Day activities
Come and
see some of the lat.
(,you to their annual Wo- Sunday for Woman s Day. Mrs est fashions. Some of the latest began this week with the observance
,
i, Day celebration Sunday, Lee Is a member of Mt. Olive Jvaa hair will of prayer every night.
styles be shown
25. Baptist Church, co-chanrman of Mrs. Williams. Keepin In mind the theme, "A
.. .... .... the leadership committee In by Is A.sponsored This the program Call For' Spiritual Renewal,"
Woman's
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General Baptist Convention Wo- the various auxiliaries carriedout
men's Auxiliary of the church. the services for tho
Dept.; a member of North. prayer
F .west Council of Church Women, Sis. J. Johnson, president. I week. The end of our Woman'sDay.
Lord, what will Thou have
I assistant directress of youth me do? celebration, Sunday Nov.
: j choir, a member of Cobb's Chap Visit the sick and with 25, promises to be an Inspirationto
r ter 151 Order of Eastern Star. pray all In attendance.The .
3 1.3 3F I Evening speaker will be Mrs. them. morning speaker, Mrs.

(Vann A. Toomer, principal of: MT. CALVARY BAPTIST Bertha Smith, comes to us
the Collins Elementary School from Greater New Bethel Baptist
: \ Church Rev. W.'
in Dania. She was born in vLL Rev. E. M. Thomas, pastor Opa-locka,
K. Smith Mrs. Smith is
,
Franklin, Va., in Pauls Phyllis pastor.
reared Myers reporter
? a well known civic and religious i.
boro, N.J. She is also the nieceof .. Sunday afternoon at 3.30: the worker in the communityand
Mrs. Susie C. Hojley, presl Red Circle and the Sunshine
r- the state of Florida She is
IRS. CARROLL
ALIIKIITIIA
dent of the
Baptist'. Women's Band sponsored a program In the president of the women's division .
Convention. She is the wife of'' behalf of raising for
Mrs. Albertha Carroll will de. money of the Seaboard Baptist
the Rev. J. W. Toomer
i I pastorof Cnurch.
liver the Associationi: chairman of the
message:: for the even.
First Baptist Church, Fort ing services at St. Barnatfas Dec. !9 the ushers board Is Deaconess board of her church;
Lauderdale.We .
k v d a$., rv<.ra'w Wesleyan Methodist Church sponsoring a program. They director of the young matrons,
are Inviting all of our Sunday, Nov. 25. have started preparing for this founder and teacher of the
friends of this city and othersto She i H a graduate of FloridaA program and they are asking prayer band; and holds membership
come and be with us from and M University, a memberof the cooperation of the entire in other numerous or.
Sunday thruout the day Alpha Kappa Alpha Sororityand church.We ganizations.
:' Remember the sick and shut. a teacher in the Dade are praying for all sick During the evening program
in everywhere.Mrs. County School system.CENTRAL members to have a speedy recovery Mr. and Mrs. St. Matthew will
Jessie Lee Smith, chair. be crowned Also, the auxiliary
..r stiCat" .. man! Rev. D. A. Bradley, pas BAPTIST reporting the largest amount of
C011INK WATTS tor; Mrs. Christine Cherry, reporter ZION HILL BAPTIST funds will be given the title of
I 5000 S.W. 20th St. 'The Willing Workers of 1002."
speaker will be West Hollywood, Fla. We the ushers of the Zion The highlight of the evening
I'IRS' Watts president of I Central will observe Its Hill Missionary Baptist will be a play titled, "Tho
ST. Church wish to Invite all ushers "
Baptist Depart MARY'S W. M. fourth' annual Men's Day Sun. Great Judgement Morning.
Young People Mrs ', and the public to help us Mrs. Arlcane Miller is the dl.
Nov.
day, 25.
from St. Augustine.JMRS. lev. I1. V. Stuart, pastor 'celebrate our first anniversary, rector. Come out Sunday, Nov.
I l\11 s Dorothy Major, reporter Sunday, Nov. 25 at 3 p.m. Refreshments 25 and renew your spirit.

Help me, Lord to choose the will be served. More than ever now we needto
higher law, above that of flesh Sister McClendon, president; get right with God.Mrs .
and earth, the law that governs Sis. Saxon, secretary; Rev. Pic- Lillian Clarke, chairman;
5 Thy Kingdom. kett, pastor; Mrs. Rosa Lee Mrs. Elizabeth Edwards, co-

Last Sunday night our assis McClendon, reporter. I chairman.
tant ministers, Rev. Edward
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Young and Rev. Gladstone Hun. 1.u "Living Service for the Living"Oscar
ter were in charge. Rev. Young
preached his first sermon and + I 1,
it was very inspiring and touch

ing.Sunday r 4r f"r
morning there will be r
testimony service.
The church Is invited to wor
I ship with Rev. Thompson Nov.
28 at 7:30: p.m. His church is
located on 29th ave;; and 60th 'tlA
St The pastor Is asking the full 31 f
I cooperation of the entire church. > e as ,4 S" .ef r
Miss Peggy Anderson will be n b'1."A
presented in concert Monday,
Nov. 26 at 8 p.m. at this church.
The public Is, invited.
I L. Range Funeral Home

Usher's Union NoteThe
I Rev. I M. Athalie Owner N. Patrick Mgr.
A. Thompson, moderator Range, Range,

A. F. FINLAY SON I Ushers' Union Association of Association the Atlantic and Coast pastor Bap1st of. 5727 N.W. 17th Avenue

he evening/ speaker will be will hold its fourth Sunday Temple Baptist Church will be OX 1-0131 OX 1-4343
s. J. A. F. Finlayson. She program at Mt. Calvary Baptist the speaker of the morning service -
Fthe wife of Rev. J. A. P. Fin. Church which is located be- :
son who is president of Fla. tween 15th: and 17th St. on Elder Joseph B. Thompson,
ate Baptist Convention. Mrs. 5th Ct. at 3 p.m. assistant pastor of Greater:: St.
nlayson is a retired teacher. The prograrrt will be sponsored Luke Primitive Baptist Church

IT, 11 Itetweei Mt. Calvary of West Hollywood, wm be the r MAIlenFuneraIHome
Morning services beginat Seniors and: Mt.. Zion Seniors. evening speaker.
fen. service at 6:30.:
Evening ,,, chair.an There, has been a unique pro- The public Is cordially Invit
L. Brunt,
Mrs. Bessie
,arranged by the committee
gram
; Mrs. Doris Harden, co- for your entertainment.The ed.George Smith, chairman; Edward .

airman. public Is invited Moncur, co-chairman; Rev.E. .
I Deacon David Hudson, president J. Clark, pastor; Zeff New-
BETHEL BAPTIST ; Miss Dorothy Major, reporter bold, reporter.
; Rev. E. M. Thomas,
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r, Revs Richmond Jr R. Ross Heights, pastor pastor. BAHA'I ASSEMBLYMrs. 1744 N.W. 3rd Avenue

Sunday, Sept. 25 you are cor- Barbara:: George, teacherat
[ ally'-invitto worship withIn FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Earllngton Heights Elementary
observance-of our annual School, will speak at the Phones FR 1.8343 FR 3-5007
eJ1'.tay program The mem- 4COO NW 23rd Ave. Baha'i Center, 137 NW 11th ave.,
i rs4 of the 'program committee Rev. W. M. Davis Sr., pastor 8 Sunday, Nov. 25. 'T h esubject Matthew H. Rahmingt Funeral Director Embalmer
bar* anticipated a program The church Invites you to of her talk, which Is ,
Jhat will enhance one s spinlual its Men's ,Day observance on based on a study of comparative Lewis Newbold Manager
relbnce. With participants the 25th of this month. We religions, will be;;, "God a/ n d ,
from various churches in have spared no pains to make Zoroaster." The public is. cordially Juanita B. Hook Assistant Manager
he Dade County area we are your visit an enjoyable one. Invited to attend. PHone ,
lure, there will be the feelIngf Our speaker for the morning is secretary, FU 1-5420 for further (Formerly with D. Solomon Funeral Home)
pneness among Christiansf the Rev. H. J. Benson,;pastorof information.
| 'various denominations. the Sailer's Chapel AME
Church You will enjoy him. SIDNEY BOBBY .
1-Oijp guest speaker will be At 3:30 p.m. the Rev. J. E. POITIEIl. 1"1J DA KIN
lev. O. W. Foster and Rev. P. Murray and his congregation of in "PRESSURE POINT" Elizabeth B. Dorsett, Apprentice
f>avilliams, two very and at 6:30 the -Rev.A. .
the Miamifully Mt. Nebo Filmed... In Black In White
p at _ministers in speechesbe L. Shipp the pastor old h e ". in Rage Charlie Jordan Attendant
i prepared for the New Mt. Morlah, Utterly: City. RITZ Start ,
well appropriate welcome to-c tae and '

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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. IN MEMORIAMIn 'Richardson 1.1 .

PAGE 12 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1962 I DEA'TflS
.\ loving memory of my dear MRS. JOSEPHINE MAJOR,

; .. wife of 6215 NW 17th Ave., apt 2
died on Nov. 18. She is survived

I : tfj R ango.: I \ by her husband, Richard,
MEMORIALS
CARDS and one son, Edgar Andre
Funeral service (or WILLIE1F Smith. Funeral services will be

-it. i' STREETER, whose passing held Saturday, Nov. 24, from
CARD-OF I occurred on 1 ov 14 will lie the chapel at 3:30: pm. wit i h
THANKS THANKSThe Apo Rev. Emory Jackson officiating.
CARD OF stolliicaFai h onurSaturday
family of the late, Nov.
I The family of the late, MRS. LENA FERGUSONwish 24 at 11 ,a.m. The pastor Elder JAMES LUDLOW of 1021 NW
MRS. WILLIE.JVIAE RAHMINGwho to extend to all friends G. B. Bennett will officiate. He 2nd Ave. died on Nov. 15 He
departed this life Wednesday and neighbors our sincere will lie in repose at the chapel is survived by his wife Mary
October 31 wish to express thanks and appreciation duringIts beginning at noon on Friday. q son, Eddie Ludlow. i'unerafservices !

since thanks and appreciationto hours of bereavement, WALKER were held on Friday,
neighbors and friends for thanks for your flowers, cards, MRS. ESTELLA ot* Nov. 23 from the chapel with
prayers, calls, flowers, cards, telegrams, cars and all other 5lO,, SW 5th St., Hpmestead diedat Rev. Emory Jackson officiating.
telegrams, letters and assort kind gestures of sympathy. her home on Nov. 20. She will
ment of donations, and all the Special thanks to Rev. Daniel 'remembered: among the old WARD JR., of
kind expressions of sympathy. and members of the House of er residents of the Homesteadarea 1505 NW 68th St., died at his
May God bless all of you. Daniel Church in Goulds and having lived there for the home on Saturday, Nov. 17.
The Lovings and the Bethell Williams Funeral past 35 years: She is survivedby'a SonJbl the.late..Mr.. --and--JUrsr
Drake Families Home. May God bless each and !A niece Mrs Louise Benja ch Ward, an old pioneer

everyone of you. She is survived I min and many friends view; family of Moami, he was well
I be oh at St.
will
by: She
loved and well known through.
IN MEMORIAMIn Mrs. Kathleen Nixon, 'Paul Baptist Church of Home and out the city. He was an outstanding .
daughter '. stead at 7 a.m. Saturday business '
sad but loving memory of Stafford Bowe, son I will remain there until. funeral the first members I of man the one Young of

our dear wife and mother, Mrs. Mercyanna McKenzie, MRS. ALMA BROOME time at 3 p.m. Business Men's Club in Miami

sister who departed this life Nov. 21, and was also affiliated with
21 grand children and two 1957 MRS. ESSIE WRIGHT of most of the Civic OrganizationsIn
great grands Gone, but not forgotten. May 1320 NW 70th St.. died Nov. 18. the city. He is survived by a
May she rest In peace and she rest in peace.J. She is survived by three sons, wife, Emma Lou four sisters,

may light perpetual shine upon W. Broome, husband Henry. ,Funeral Jimmie, services and Willis will Kitchen be- Mrs. Mable I. Daniels, Mrs. Mar

her. garet Davis, Miss Lottie Ward,
conducted Saturday at 3
IN MEMORIAMIn at the Church of Christ, p.m.NW Mrs. Cleomie Bloomfield and a
host of nieces and
IN MEMORIAMIn of nephews.
12th Parkway and 67th St.
of dear Funeral services
loving mmory our will be heldon
Brother is
sad but loving memory of husband and father. which Thompson Friday, Nov. 23, from Greater
will lie in
our dear husband and father, beginning repose Bethel AME Church at 130:
at 3 Friday in
I p.m
pm. with Rev. S. A. Cousin of
the chapel. ficiating.

,+ M
flV 1 MRS. VICTORIA WORTH
1 MRS. LESSIE BLACK of 235
d LEY of 1590 NW 58th St., died
d NW 10th St., died Nov. 11. She
9 0 q Nov. 18. Mrs. Worthley was a
Is survived her husband
by
,
well known Miamian, having
Rutherford her mother
sifter
lived here for 37 years. She is ,
and brothers in Fla.
survived by a sister, Mrs. Rosa Havana
The body was shipped to Havana

Lee Lockwood, three brothers,
James, Simuel, and Robert on Thursday, Nov. 22
where funeral services will beheld
Denagall, a stepmother, Mrs.
J Sallie Denagall. Funeral services on Sunday.
'
$ Y' qtd i .;1". I will be held on Nov. 24 at 1
p.m. at New Providence Missionary Albert

.orr; ;<_,__I_..--,__i&.. .-......41MRS I Baptist Church of .
which the Rev. C. J. Burney is
RACHEL RUSSELLwho i pastor Rev. Wiggins l of Bethlehem CLARENCE CAMPBELL of
departed this life November t Missionary Baptist Churchof 1324 NW 1st Ct. was funeralized

14, 19GO. which Mrs. Worthley was a Saturady in the chapel with
"Tis hard to take the burden member will offklate. She will Rev. F. L Smith officiating following -

up, lie in repose in 'the chapel at which he was sent to
she has laid it down
When ;
noon Friday. Sapllo, Ga for final rites.
She frightened all the joy of

life, ", '" GEORGE --
Y4 ALEXANDER 1705
She sottened every frown. But, f jo NW 4th Ct. died Nov. 14.,
Services
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Oh, tis good to think of her held
were in Jacksonville
When troubled sore WILLIE E. SAUNDERS SR.
we are ;
MR. NATHANIEL DARV1LLE who this life ,November Wednesday. His survivors are
Thanks lie to God that such departed -
who departed this life Nov 21, his widow, Geneva
daughter,
Have been, tho, she is here no 24, 1961.
1961. Mrs. Effie Mae Daniels; three
He is gone but not forgotten.
Lovingly more. remembered, "Gone dear" husband, but not May he rest In peace. sisters and two brothers.

Mr. Calvin Russell, husband forgotten. At even ere the sun was set
Mrs. Aurelia Major Mrs. Mary Darville the sick, oh, Lord around thee MRS. LUCINDA PARRISH,
Mrs. Jennie Harris, And Children 1401 NE 153rd Terr., died in a
daughters lay.Oh in what divine pain they convalescent home West Hol

IN MEMORIAMIn met, oh, with what Joy he went lywood on Nov. 18. Her survivors
include Mrs. Dorothy

CARD OF THANKSThe memory of our_loved. one, away.Mrs.. Mary Saunders, wife t". Brown, daughter.
Mrs. Marion Hannah .
family of the late, Forrester, daughter I MRS. ADELLA COLLINS,
..
Mrs. Verdell Wright, ,,, /if: : ..1\11' }. : "1'/$<. wife of Lee, 3601 NW 212th St.,
daughterMrs. ". i(; ...i;.. Marlon Saunders ") ( .J '' 19. She was sent to Soperton.
+u motherSix "A.;, .. t"t'.i; fJ ;: .. Ga. Nov. 21 for services and{
... Brothers, two sisters, i : .. : .f ...r-1 burial. Other survivors are two
Ten grandchildren and one k1': .1 ( ": .{. ) \.... daughters Mesdames Katie
.
great grandchild i ...l."tI,- ...' !'... '.'.'.',.r:1I' '"' ',..,1, Wells and Lucille Wells; Theo
:
f,. f ..:I.. .'I." tt.: "' dare Lanier, son; two sisters
>
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"if&. '' ,1 seven brothers.
.. 'f'\4' .
CARD OF THANKSThe :.. .'r 'f},."',{..t- d: .'io'" ,
.., a
ii family of the late) MRS MARY BELLE MAR- I M. S. Allen .
MRS IRENE MASEYwishes : SHALL of 2193 NW 5th St.,
to express sincere thanks died Nov. 19. Mrs. Marshall has
and appreciation to the neighbors : lived in Miami since 1925 and
and friends for their kind was an active member of Sai
expressions of sympathy duringthe ter's Chapel AME Church. She
passing of their loved one was also active in many fraternal
Thanks for your many cards organizations of the city.
se> telegrams, flowers and all the She is survived by her hus
kind gestures of sympathy. band. James, two sons, James
The Family Jr. and Robert; two daughters,
Mrs. Ethel Mae Jacobs and Mrs.
Carrie Bell Wilson, two sons-in-
law, a brother,,.Carlin Johnson.
II I MRS. IDE'LLA VERNA NEELY. Francis She will be on view at 11 a.m. to Yi
I who departed this life November Funeral services will lie con
25, 1956. MRS. RHODA THOMPSONof I
ducted at 10 Saturday.I
There's an open gate at the 4701 SW 19th St., W est a.m
MR. HORACE SHARPE III end of the road. Hollywood died Nov. 12. Funeral I
of 1467 N.E. 151th Terr., North Through which each must go services will be held Sat DEACON ISAAC TINDELL of
Miami Beach who passed away alone, urday, Nov. 24, 3 pm. at St. 1755 NW 56th St. died Nov. 21
i November 1, 1962 at Jackson And there in the light we cannot Ann's Episcopal Church in Hal- lie will be well remembered by
Memorial Hospital would like see, landale with Fr. Moore, priest the older citizens of Miami. lie ,
4r
to thank the staff of nurses, doc- Our father claims his own. officiating. came to Miami during 1910. He i a E
tors, nurses aides and orderlies.for The family and daughters Survivors include three daughters lived on 6th court for a number aqi'I
their kindness to Us. Also Jacqueline, Verna and Mrs. Margaret Miller, Mrs of years. He is survived by
the Rev. P. S. Brown of the Mt. Barbara Mary Sears and Miss Culine his wife, Mae, a son. Isaac Jr., .
Tabor Baptist Church, the Rev. Thompson, three sons, Fred, two daughters, Azthrea Rob- c ,p

H. L. Evans and all the members IN MEMORIAMIn Willie and Walter Thompson, erts and Mrs. Llnith Hinds; a .. .... ... .
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of Gibbs Chapel of North three sisters. niece Mrs. Myrtle Hemmings,
Miami Beach and the many 1th- loving memory of our grandchildren and other rela-I I MRS. MARY DEAN
er persons who gave kind messages dear mother, WILEY GALLON of 1251 tives. Services will be held at 1JftnA Polk St., Richmond Hts.,
and performed special cer MRS. M. WITHERSPOONof NW 62nd Lane died at his Mt. Zion Baptist. Church where died Monday Nov. 12. She Is
vices. All the neighbors and 1480 NW 6th place, who de home on Nov. 19. Funeral ser he served as a deacon for many survived by her husband Jacob
friends of Miami and North parted this life November 24, vices will be held on Monday, years. The time and date will Dean, three daughters, Mrs.
Miami Beach and the many oth- 1960. Nov. 26, 2 p.m. at Mt. Morlah be announced. Coreen Sands, Mrs. Myrtle
City of North Miami Beach A soft word kindly spoken, Baptist Church with Rev. A. Holmes and Ella Mae Dean two
Many thanks for your cards, A gentle helping hand Shipp, pastor, officiating. Remains AARON HAYES of 7200 NW sons, James and George Dean,
flowers, telegrams, use of so The cheer she brought to others will lie at the chapel beginning 21st Ave. died Nov. 21. He is I 17 grands, 1 great grand, two
/ many cars. All hearts could understand. 1 p.m. on Sunday Until survived by eight'sisters In. sisters, Mrs. Annie McKenzieand
Many, many thanks to the Daughters: Altermease, Monday afternoon. Survivors eluding Tillle Jones, Minella Mrs. Ella Wallace, a l/roth-
I Francis Funeral Home' for such Frankie and Charlotte include his wife, Lillle Mae, Hayes Bertha Cromartie, Viola er-In-law. Funeral services were

fine service. Witherspoon a daughter, Mrs. Eunice Lines, Hayes, Mattra Bennett, Annie held Monday, Nov. 19, 10:30:
i i.. Thanks to all for your kind- Grandchildren: S-Sgt a sister, Mrs Faithie Watson, Bell Hayes, Pinkie Vickers, and a.m. f omwst' Peter's American
ness in our hour of grief and William C., Amos, and a brother, Sip: stepson, Willie Lessle! Hayes also two brothers > with the Very
sadness. Wilmazetta Whlterspoon Solomon: son-in-law, Gus Lines Marion and James. Arrange Rev. Dean N. A. Derrick, OSB
Mrs. Bertha Sharpe, wife And other relatives Sr., grandson, Gus Lines Jr. ments are incomplete. officiating.THE .

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PAGE 14 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1962I' Makes Debut With Write? Don't people< let who the want lack of to an learn.edu

"Hansel and, Gretel", CITIZENSHIP SCHOOL cation keep you from votingand
exercising your rights as
Trammel Real Estate School OPENS
The Tom Thumb Children's a citizen 'of these United
Theatre will make: Its debut on Can you read and write? If States
December 13: 14 presentingone not, there' is no need to be If you are Interested, please
. Doing Good Job of the Grimm fairy tales, ashamed of It. What you shoulddo call Mrs. E'loyce D. Watson, FR
an all time children's classic Is learn how to read and 4-0114 or HI 62430. Hurry take
Trammell Memorial Real Estate ling real estate, and the relat
"Hansel and Gretel" write now! advantage of this free school.
School grew out of a need. ed fields. The public Is invited' The play adapted by'Mad e I Old and young, come one, come
to come in to visit the school I' Free clases are being con all.
In 1955 Mrs. Ora D. Taylor, a stiller IS..B three-act play and
location at 4208 NW 7th
Ave
ducted py Mrs. Eloyce Watsonat
will he performed twice.( The
former Instructor and principal Write or call 759-5221. Miss
I first performance will be heldon 178 NW 14th St. now and you ,Support United Fund
In public schools of Florida Grace Moore is the courteous
Dec. 13 8:15 for the
hostess at : pm.
and
retired as principal In West i secretary.The community, and the second
Palm Beach County to go Into courses are for brokersand performance to be held on Dec
real estate. salesmen. A placement 14 will be a student matinee. '
awaits each person who finishes Both performances will be heldin
She passed the Florida Real the course and passes the the North Dade High School l
Estate Commission In 1955 and :
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auditorium.The '
became a broker-salesman. She state examination. ; .j
had her Intern work with the _leading. charactersare
__. _Landry Realty on West Flag. SUNLIGHT Hansel, Charles Fortson; Ran ,
Icr in Miami. After the pleas. som Newton; Gretel, Carol
ant association there for two 'Wright, Karin Eula Mitchell; \S' .oo t_,
years with Landry, she open CHATTER BOXHi 1 Forest Fairy, Linda. Griffin; ., '''IIiTt CLU.NING,, .I << ..,/)
ed her own office and Is now Witch, Christine Jackson: Tru- ; ">
located at 4208 NW 7th Ave, to This Is your reporteronce die, Doris Shepard; Ernest, !I 1 i'
become the first Negro-owned again bringing you the James Hicks; Sandman, Lizette I
business on 7th Ave. In Miami. highlights on the happenings Johnson and 30 other students i
Her new location was dedicated around Sunlight School of from Rainbow Park Nathan B. ,
last December, 1961. Beauty Culture. Young and Bunche Park Elementary "f.Y.
schools
For several months a search After 27 years at 1011 NW Mrs. Barbara: Aranaha.director
was made for race salesmen, 2nd Ave. Sunlight Is movingto of the Children's Theatre
men or women. One could not 1113 NW 3rd Ave. The students explained that the purpose' of
be found. It was then that Mrs. are busy preparing to this organization Is to expose
Taylor decided to have a real move Into our beautiful new the children of the Opa-locka
estate school to train her sales school. Watch for the date in area to a fine arts program
people. She was granted the our next column for our open. media of acting BLOSSOMRoof
first license given a Negro to ing.Everyone and dancing in.plays designed
operate a real estate school In Is invited to visit especially for children In
Florida. Since April 1, 1962( our school. grades fifth through eighth.
when the school opened, a fine Thanksgiving season Is here. Mrs. Albertha Carroll will
calibre of men and one woman We hope everyone will have a assist Mrs. Aranha with the Cleaning & Painting
have finished the course and very happy Thanksgiving. As Children's. Theatre productions..
are now working as salesmen.Mrs usual the students are prepar
ing a box of groceries to giveto ,1 ;,:. i; :FREE ESTIMATES INSURANCE
Taylor Is delighted that a needy family to help make .
her course is geared to satisfythe their Thanksgiving
Florida Real Estate Com a happyone. Roofs Pressure CleanedWe
t mission's examination stand. Won't forget to tune In on .N I
arils as the enrolees have pro WMBM Sunday, Monday and have what. is called! Snowdrop Mobolizing Pro
ven. Friday and listen to school .NA.
our
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the She satisfaction seeks no of laurels helping: only to Ella Moncur. fungus and mold resistance. Over 8 years in Dade:

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HAPPENINGS IN OUR SCHOOLS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1962 PAGE 15

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AEW Week at Activities at Bethune

IThe Miami Carver Adult Bethune Obeserves Lillie C. Evans Elementary SchoolThe

Education Week ElementaryEach first grade teachers and
I[Educational Center parents met at our recent Pa
Every day during, American rent-Teacher Conference Day
observe Am.
year we Education Week Little C Evansan ,
and initiated a workshop Thisworkship
The date on which George students who complete 16 units erican Education Week This assembly program was given proved very meaningful
Washington Carver High{ Schoolis of study In the center. Students year we made many wonderful a film was shown on the ( and informative to the parents
I located bears historical significance plans. Some or the that entire school listened to
to the development of I who are returning to school after we did are as the thin g: speakers who were desirious guest of

the Coconut Grove area. Since! an Interruption of some exploring new avenues' for In conjunction with American -
the t920's this spot has symbo years will receive credit for the Daily Activities Each lized the Ideal of educational at. work they completed before during our devotional period change today.Guests many grade presented a pJalet.Va-
tainment for the populace of Coconut they dropped out of the day an outstanding person in our.. cation on The Moon Immediately
on Wednesday
Grove. Recently another program. Counseling service; will community spoke to the teachers Lt. Fred were ; following our "Open
Gourley Metro Fire
chapter was Initiated in the his be available to help the prospective and the pupils over the public House.
Safety Bureau K1I-
An adult education center student make the best address system on the theme ; George
tory.been operated,since-October of- his time In schooir Credits use for the day. Speakers-werer Dr; patrick merchant Spfc and i "Cb3r3ctersHesttr U
has
29>; and currently a dozen classes received from other schools will Jeff West. Isaac Meades. Dr. N. Span Grocery Store; James !lore. Debra Williams, Cleveland -
under way. be evaluatel with the student Colston, Rev. H. McDowell and Dunn and Roy Finder postal Tucker! Jacqueline Jones
are Mr. service representatives.A and James London.
concerned so that he will know W. C. CogdelL This play
I REASON FOR THIS precisely what he film was shown on new machines let was given under the direction
graduate High school must do to Open House Parents and I in the mail handling division t of Mrs. Sylvia R. Rolle
LOCATIONThe courses friends were invited to Open literature from the fire
population shift at this cover a wide variety of subjects House on Tuesday evening at department and postal serviceswas The Jr. Red Cross Committee
movement toward --among them are English, bas the school. proudly announces raising $100
time is typified by Ic Here the parents left for distribution to our
the south end of the county mathl algebra I and II, plane had a chance to visit classrooms boys and girls. Coffee in the i during the Jr. Red Cross Dover:
prospective studentsand d geometry, trigonometry and i We wish to thank all students
Many i see some of the things library for guests and parents.On .
( former students) complain American History American their children had done. After Friday guest speakerwas teachers, and parents that con-
ed al.k>ut the distance to the es Government general sci the viewing of the classrooms Mrs. Helen Stubbs who tributed. Mrs. Doris F. Blountis
tablished center. The Miami Car ence, biology, chemistry physics a special assembly for the pa is a special education teacherat the chairman.
Adult Education Center is economics and psychology rents Bunche
ver began The title of the Park Elementary
The third
the solution our school head BUSINESS EDUCATIONA playlet was "Vacation on The School Thanksgiving grade, group pre-
sented play
en-
has worked out to alleviate this Moon" presented by the fifth During the week parents, titled a The ABCs Thanksgiv-
condition The school expects to basic course In the fundamentals grade. The first graders render boys and girls were reminded of ing" at the regular assembly
draw students from South Ml of Modern office stenography ed musical numbers in Span our display at Kenny's Deart- on Wednesday morn-
ami Kendall Howard Richmond is available at the Center. ish and English. The second ment Store 65M NW 7th Ave. program
Heights, Perrine and Pet. Based on a 1260 hours block of graders rendered a choral reading Mr. and Mrs. Kenny owners Ing.In
ers, Goulds, Naranja and Homestead instruction, the business educa introducing the rhythm In were invited to visit us during keeping; with the Thanksgiving
Statistics indicate that tion program prepares studentsfor struments. A short ensemblewas AEW. spirit., the Welfare Committee
thousands of residents of these employment as clerks, secre- played by the group.Teachers' Our picture windows were (Mrs. Hazel Cunningham -
areas are lacking high school taries of typists in private Industry depicting the AEW general chairman) donated many
diplomas. or In civil service posi Day Thursday. theme through each days' sub- boxes; to needy families in the
tions. Classes In this branch of Nov. 15, was proclaimed Teach.. themes assigned to each wingof community. We certainly wishto
JOB OPPORTUNTIES the school include typing I and ers' Day Parents and just our building.Thanks thank those pupils. parents
Since President Kennedy's re- II, shorthand, bookkeeping I planned a special program to Mrs. Juanita Lane and teachers who contributedto
quest to industry to eliminate and II, accounting, business for teachers. Assembly began at and her committee for preparing the boxes.
9 a.m. in the cafetorium.
A ban and carrying out such an
artificial barriers
to employ math and business English.
Miami employ. quet was served for the teach interesting and effetive pro We are wishing a speedy re-
ment went out
ADDITIONAL OFFERINGS ers by the PTA Thursday night. gram. covery for Mrs. Arthurine
ers have demonstrated a extend commendable Poster Contest Many beautiful Mrs. Alese GUI, principal; Strapp's mother who Is hospitalized. -
willingness to heretofore Special Interest classes can be posters were made by the Mrs Juanita Lane, chairman of The Bethune Family ex
employment to groups organized when enough people pupils and the teachers. These Amerian Education Week. tends its deepest sympathy to
excluded. As could be expected indicate a desire to take the posters were placed In the com Mrs. Rivers and her family during '
there have been more same subject Anyone interestedin munity on display in tne vans their bereavement.
jobs than qualified applicants.Many a phase of study not listed ous stores. ANDREWS' JEWELERS
people are missing out on The Publicity Committee
Adult Center
here call the
the chance to file for availablecivil office can week day between The PTA president, Mrs. C. EXPERT WATCU AND
any
service positions simply be- 2:30 and 9:30: for informa- Perkins wishes to thank all of CLOCK REPAIRS
: p.m.
cause they are. unable to meet tion. the parents for the cooperationgiven SIDNEY POITIERThe
the minimum requirements of a to make the Teachers' 40 Yore la BotneM Prison Doctor Meets
completed high school educa Banquet a success. Let's work All BOnny DARIN
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tion. It Is important that our cit for a big Christmas Party. guaranteed The Vicious Bigot In
izens realize that education is SEE THE WORLD'S "PRESSURE POINT"
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA., Many 'Support '''' ''I':: 1 JACKSON COPS year In a row. The same two
teams battled to a 12.7 decision
i 1 1 ,' y\ PAGE 16. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER'24,,:1962' I Ferus6n; ,,:i..>i l'c1Acoordleng j{, \.... INFERENCETITLE '.' in 1961 to decide the champion
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" :' "\,. to ggt.: Jesse ship which the Jackson Tigers
\; ; New Urban League city of Social Work' In 19(50( ,*' Nash the ollowinsTpeoplr.,have" MAY BE also won. Following the 1961
contributed Jerrel ? game Jackson State had one
to the ferguson -
tt, ; :- Whitehead was an active< 'fundJames :; -. ,, ," remaining? contest to play
'I,' t I,' .: Director Named board member of the Cincinnati, "Joseph, Betty Gray CLASSIC FOE but the Tigers routed the Texas
Guidance and Personal Assocla.} Ruby Mlrrts;Lillian Allen, Georlqla % College Steers 78-0 to sew
}' "' ,(continued from page 1)) I tion and was affiliated with Ladson, Inez Solomon, Barbara The Jackson State ,College the .championship. UP. Jackson
,
i). J "- '". the Social Service Associationof Kemp, Harry Pr $ 'Tigm took an 18-0 half time has 'bne.,game/ ; remaining. An important
, 1 1, appointment of James W. Whitehead Cincinnati the Community Early, Henry Stanley, ;Johnny I lead and went on to defeat the mterconference affair
1 j,: ,i., as executive director. Guidance Council, Greater Cin- Thomas Barbara, .Cambridge, with Tennessee State in Jackson ,
: / Whitehead, a native of Amerl- cinatl Junior Chamber of Com Grace Thomas,', Leila, Mobley,i Texas Southern University Tigers Dec. 1, Will count It out for
,, cus, Ga., was the Industrial Relattons merce, and 'the National Association Jean' Robinson, Larry ,Brooks, 2613. With this win Jack the Tigers! this season.
sort State's 'final SWAC contestof .
... director of the, Urban Edward( Jones, Phil Harris, "
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., League of Greater Cincinnati, Is past president of Alpha William Nesbitt,.,ChJckle) Home,i iSl.11dy the season) the Mississlpians Humors are that the Tigers
wrapped the conference have been invited, back
the
; to
where he speialized in the areas Chapter, National Sociology John, Lomelo. 'It "*,"" 'I up
championship for the secopd Orange Blossom Classic.
\ of Job development and employment Honor Society, and the Atlanta I
1. and education and University Student Council.. Harvest' Sip I
youth incentives. He also performed
'f,!: field work duties with He will have responsibility On Sunday, Nov. 2$, 'th6> Ush BARON'S NEW DELUDE HOMES
". er's Guild of SU Agnes\Epl$ opal ,
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of Public Welfare in ,Atlanta, to improve the status of Church iSr sponsoring its -- -- '
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... mentthPh lamlph aiwn ing, Job development and 'em, ish hall of the church, 1740 NW I FOR SALE ORRENT;
., He received his B. A. degree ployment, education and youth 3rd Court. The public is cordially .'
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in sociology from Morehouse incentives, and health and welfare invited. Commissioner, Alice, 2-Bedroom, FloricU Room ,,:, 1
College in 1957. the master'sdegree services.He Wainwright will We the speaker.
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