The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: December 1, 1962
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00345

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11112 XlMtid AlUiI!: CHANUKD AND \VE AUK CHANGED WITH TI1KM f* "r'r"" -- ,


' --- --locaIFarmers Fight irf'- I; Bay Street Boys ( Win ,i T \.' I

95 Cent Minimum WageFruit i ; Nassau Election :. : "

and vegetable' growers I Ing operations and dropping of PLP Racist by ome observers that their, '

of Florida on Tuesday unanimously women and less efficient male k campaign platform appealed'top'. \
opposed a federal planto workers who would be forced Platform BackfiresThe much to racial animosity "
set a minimum 95-cent an onto welfare rolls. which was like wasting time to
hour ,wage rate for supplemen Progressive Liberal Par whip a half dead horse. Their
tal foreign farm workers.At Piece workers already receive y ty (PLP) had a bad day at the threats also to displace the
more than 95 cents an hour, polls In the general election In whites who are In did
the hearing In Bavfront said J. Abney Cox of Miami: ; >. the Bahamas Monday. The them no good.Eleuthera power
Park Auditorium thev told ex- president of the Florida Fruitand United Bahamian Party (UBP)
*miner E. West Parkinson of Vegetable Association I members were returned to the Harbor Island
:';' Washlneton that a minimum 1 I I House of Assembly, by an ogerWhelming'majority Exuma, Long Island and Cat
: ;. wage .for forelmi Workers would L Frank G. Roche, president oi Island!! gave a majority of their
:' becGnft the Atate-wide minimum} the Florida Federation of La votes'to the UDP In spite of the ':
for .all workers because "laborflockf qor Council, was the. lone voice Of the 33 seats In the House, "ground 'work" that the PLP
to growers<< whop a y speaking for the minimum) UUP candidates won 19; the had done.
most. wage. He said the minimum PLP, 8, losing two; Independents -
." should be $1.00. _. ..... .. ...... .....-... 5, and Labor one. Last June women were granted I r I
;' They said also that the Increase the franchise for the first I
In some cases of $2.50 The decision on the hearing Delegate to YWCAYouth.Adult It Is estimated that 45.000 time, and they went to t h & I .
a day would force greater mercha.n'lzaUon will be announced from Wash voters weht to the polls. In New polls 15,000 strong. It is believed
of the Florida farm. ington later MeetMls Providence, where Nassau, the their vote was an Important1-
capital Is situated, and where factor in returning the UPB to
approximately 50 percent of the
Valrla June Small will population lives, 28,244 voted to power.
I VA Homes Included In Anti-Bias OrderA I leave: nee, 7 to attend a region j elect 12 parliamentary Construction work moved at
wide YWCA YouthAdult.meet.. sentatives from six a very slow pace during the

new regulation has been added would not apply to the bank Ing; on Comrnunltv Awareness Eleven out-Islands gave 16,658 campaign period, and about
to President Kennedy's \ hich makes the actual loan. ," to l bf"> held at the Moun-I votes to fill 21 seats. 9,000 laborers were left Idle. It
tnln View Hotel in Oatllnburg, is generally believed that the
y anti-discrimination housing or The VA said it will send In. Tenn. Juno a 10th grade; stu The outcome of the electionwas UBP victory will re-open the
der by the Veterans Adminis structlons to each of its 67 regional dent at Northwestern! Senior a pleasant surprise to sub pate to the prosperity which the
tration. managers and will make High School is the daughter of stantial investors, prominent Bahamas has enjoyed for the,
The amendment, a spokesman them public. It Is presumed that Mr. and) Mrs. William H. Small, businessmen and winter visitors past few years.Commenting .
said, will require all sponsors the Federal Housing Administration 1451 NW 50th St. who feared that political
builders and sellers of proposed will do likewise. change would have adversely on the outcome
new dwelling units backed by She was elected to, the Plan. affected the economy and the of the election, a woman said,
discriminate si'a pledge not to ning Committee of the 1903 entire life of the Bahamas. "Those women sure messed-up
m the sale of Georgia, Alabama, Florida Y things" Another replied, "No,
housing on grounds of race, TO TEST UNIV. Teen Summer Conference last The PLP candidates ran "All they were thinking of Job for
color or creed. June at Lake Placid, Fla. and the Way", but fell far short of their husUanda and bread for
\" The spokesman said the OF ALA. AGAINVivian In this capacity:: participated In their expectation. It is conceded their chUdr n." ,
the regional meeting. Mrs. Caro
j,., ., amendment does not apply at
n. Holland YWCA
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present to existing housing, andCampanula's Malone, a 20yearoldcoed director, is executive program of

(""., I at Alabama A&M .,CollegeIn the OAF Conference and will lAME Conference Meets 'In WP Beach I
Huntsvllle, confirmed Mon also take part in the Gatlin

Home day that she has applied for ad. burg meeting. Bishop W F. Ball convenedthe program and banquet prevailed.
mission to the all-white University -
Y Teen Conferences are one
Sold at Auction of Alabama. of the- meetings of work South Florida Conference The election of delegates to
many In Paul
Nov. 28 St.
Wednesday, forthcoming QuadrenniaJl
Miss Malone Is the second Ne- used to program in the area ,
Church, Rev. A. 'D. Convention convening in St.
MINEOLA, N.Y. Roy Cab of YWCA youth work. They are
panella's 11-room ranch home gro applicant for admission an integral part of the YWCA ton, host pastor, W. P. Beach Louis, Mo., July 14.18, will be.:

for which he paid $60,000, was The university was desegre, at. program and give Y-Teens andtheir Presiding Elders W. B. Coffey held. Missionary sisters are expected
,. sold at public auction Tuesdayfor ed and "resegregated" in 1950 adult leaders opportunityto J. A. RoUerts, F. A. Allen, to attire In white. Thursday -
$47,000. when Miss Autherlne Lucy was come together, share Ideas and A.. A. Williams are working 7 p.m. for the candle light.
service. Candles will be
The Dodger catcher, has expelled after attending classesfor and practice successful and hand in hand to make the conference prqyid
sincean three She accusedby harmonous group living. ed for each sister In the procession
been partially paralyzed days. was successful. .
auto accident several years officials of the school, of Conference planning Is done
ago, has not lived in the house "conspiring with a mob" a by a team of;youth and adults Rev. Williams delivered the This is the spotlight servicefor
since his separation from h I a charge which has not been selected by the Conference it annual sermon Wednesday followed the Missionary program.

s wife, Ruthie, two years ago. proven. i self. Lord'a by the : administration of i The Missionary sermon will be :

'1 I the Supper., delivered Immediately' after the

'- -- \ : Wednesday evening the sodal ceremony,


RATED NO.; 2 Atlanta Life Loses Baptist Ministers

Florida A&M was named the

nation's No. 2 small college $50,000 DamageSuit Council Meets Mon.The .
Football team in the country by
United Press International
Minister's Council
behind Southern Mississippi
tanking of Greater Miami and vicinity
for honors.
top will hold Its monthly
The Rattlers received seven A Cuttm exile on Tuesdaywas Ing session on Monday, Dec. 3, I
First place votes to 19 for the awarded $:)(),OOO In damagesby beginning at 7:30: pm. at the
leaders. Southern Mississippi a Circuit Court Jury, for the St. Luke Missionary Baptist
+ S finished with a 9.1 record, their traffic death of his wife, Mrs. Church, NW 6th ave. and 10thst. I
only loss being to Memphis Roxana Anaya, 31, in August, Highlights of the current .
State. FAMU finished with. aperfect 1061 weekly International Sunday
0-0( record. 1j School Lesson will be given by f
The verdict was against Mrs.
; Annie' Long 1403 NW 70th St., Bible Expositor Randolph
Brown WinsChristian and the Atlanta Life Insurance Thompson and a special sermon
will be delivered by Rev. C. J.
Co. handed down I
It 'was by
Hospital). Judge Kehoe In favor of Leonardo Burner pastor of New Providence .
Anaya whose father wasa Baptist I
senator in the Batista regime. All church leaders are extended

l twk ,. Unbeaten Otha Brown ran his a special invitation to attend
string to 21, Including two along with all laymen.
draws, Wednesday night at Miami 2 MEN GET 2nd
Music will be furnished by
Beach Auditorium as he
4 stopped Freddie Blades on eye LIFE SENTENCES the New Providence choirs. : t
tiY cuts In the sixth round. Rev. T. Johnson, president;
6 }Aa art The fight was a benefit for I James Ingram 22, of 1040 NW Rev. W. J, Macon, secretary.. I
:,t the Christian Hospital, who got 2nd Ave., and Gamest Washington
half of the price of all tickets Hudson 20, of 327 NW 14th
sold by the hospital committee.A Terr., on Wednesday were giv. Miamians Make

--.-.-- crowd of 1,450 paid $2,794 en their second life terms for .

; The fourth annual Equal Opportunity in eliminating employment discrimination to see the show. The hospital last robbing Sept.Neavllle's 27. Swap Shop Greekdom at F MU'
Day Dinner, sponsored in major industriesand realized more than $500.
>by the Greater Miami Urban labor unlcns. I' Members of the committeewere They received 20 years each Miamians initiated I into '
League a United Fund Agency, Shown above are some of the Dr. Carl Yeager Sr., Dr. for shooting and wounding MIami Greek letter organizations at
was quite a success. Four hun principal personalities at the Sidney Cox, Dr Murray Radin Policeman Dirk Schel Jr., Florida A and M this fall In-
dred eighty-six persons heard dinner. Frank Ross. Garth Reeves during the manhunt which followed elude: Delta Sigma Theta John
Hobart Taylor, executive vice From left to right Karl Bishopric W. A. Chapman. ; the holdup. nle R Speights; Alpha Kappa
chairman of the President's board member; Hobart Promoter Chris Dundee work. Alpha, ; '
Committee on Equal Employ Taylor, Mrs. Louis Glasser din ed diligently with the committee ,The two robbers were already Phi Alpha LeeRoyywBootneAKap.;
ment Opportunity, depict the ner chairman and Dr. Ira P. and provided special printIng under life setence for robbing pa Alpha Pall Charles E. Hobb&& !

r-' role t. .:..,. .to. of.tickets_. ....r without.__ .. ..cost._ _..,.._..a. piano_... .store--ow .." .. .and Walter ... .Mills. k .

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-NAACP Restates Charges LIBERAL By The LAWRENCE pangs of POLICY prejudice BATCHLAR have Anniversary Fete, Dec 8th

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been felt by us all at various '"
will include a fellowship
interval NO matter how we ST. AUGUSTINE Florida tion
try to escape its gnawing effects Normal and Industrial Memo dinner in the' Coleman which-Westfafl
hall during time
Of' Florida' Job Bigotry;- present it to seems dig deeper to lie into forever our rial College will observe a spec- 'official dining greetings will be extended *

insides. I am sure most of us ial 70th anniversary Convocation by representatives of
TAMPA The NAACP has tices in all local offices of the have wondered at some timeor "A Salute to the Church"on the following: Florida American Bap.
reaffirmed its charges that the Florida State Employment Ser other Why this perpetual Dec. 8. and beginning at 8:30: tist Convention.National Baptist
Florida State Employment Ser vice. curse? What great sin had Convention, Baptist
vice here practices discrimination "We have taken affidavits and our ancestors committed that so a.m.This announcement was Convention ot'America and the
against Negro Job seekers. sworn statements from Negroes angered our maker that the made this week by the College's Progressive Baptist Convention.
who have witnessed white persons penalty seems like the one he of which Dr
Board of Trustees
This additional
statement was directed certain dealt to the descendants of
in rebuttal to denials sectionsof Edward T. Graham is president. Crusade For Voters
by spokes. this office," the NAACP said. Esau. Or perhaps it was something
men for the Florida State Em. "There is also evidence that of a less severe nature Main purpose of the Convocation
ployment Service. Negroes with special skills or that carried a penalty similarto is to highlight significance Still at WorkA
The NAACP stated that it who have experience as that imposed on the Israel of the institution's 70th
will "continue to press for an workers are being anniversary to honor the many canvassing In Lib-
overall investigation of prac ed against," the NAACP factOry'j ites.From the number of placesof church leaders for the unlimited erty City marked program the first direct

w o r s hip and various outstanding services rendered action, which' Crusade For
other forms of acceptance we to the college through the Voters has taken in its mammoth -
show, surely proves we are years, was the statement made voter registration driveof
Miami Beach Hotels Offer in search of a power greater by Dr. R. W. Puryear, president' November through March.
than man to release us from the of FNIMC, when asked for spe- The Housing Project of Jolli-
I yoke that we carry. ]forsmore cific information about this vette Plaza, James E. Scott
man impossibility forthcoming Convocation. Homes and Liberty Square were
than 20 million people to genuinely the first to be canvassed during -
Package PlanWith pursue the same cause no President Puryear also stated the week. Everyone in
matter how Just, otherwise we. that several thousand church these areas was urged to regis
would no longer have to wait leaders and representativesfrom ter'' to vote now!
little better than weekto A special "Classic Weekend for a modern Moses to descend the state, entire south and
go the 1962 Orange Blossom Package Plan" has been set -ip from the mountain to deliverus various sections of the nation Organizations have begun
Classic looms just ahead in to offer a three-day, two night to the land of the free-we are expected to attend andor Joining hands with crusade for
what will in all probability be stay at a bargain rate. This could lead ourselves to it. In be represented at this affair. voters during the initial stagesof
one of the greatest in its 35- previously-unheard of offer includes my opinion that is exactly what Convocation address will the campaign. The Junior
year history.On a Friday to Sunday lodging -we will have to do, because we The Democrats, an organization
Saturday, Dec. 8, the Fla. with four meals ((2 full- cannot expect to receive any be delivered by Dr. James N. headed by Howard and Harold
A&M University will play host course dinners and breakfasts), help from. such bigotry prac- Godard, executive director of the Gary, has Joined in the canvas
once again to the top-rated chal pool and ocean swimming, air. ticing organizations such as the Council on Protestant Collegesand sing program and at the end of
lenge for the mythical champ. conditioned rooms, TV, bar. USO. Universities of Washington, the week were shouting, "We
of small colleges in the 'lounge dining room and all This 'United Fund agency refused D.C. Dr. Godard is a former want 35tOOO Negroes register.
Unite States in this Instance, other seasonal facilities of the to admit six Negro ser vice president of the Universityof ed! Where are the other organizations
Jackson State of Jackson, Miss. hotel plus a 50-yard-llne ticketto vicemen to a dance it was sponsoring Miami in Florida ,and he also in the city?"
Jackson on the short end of a the game, all for one small at the Women's Club on served as executive director of ,' ''
'' "
the Commission' on Higher Education There is a''nded'for'more participation -
13-8 score In last year's classic Saturday evening of this past
fee.Reservations for the Southern: As in the drive which
has virtually the same team and confirma week. These six servicemen
again this year and is expectedto tions are made through Classic, along with nine white servicemen sooiation of Colleges and Sec.ondary will help better the conditionsof
turn the tables on FAMU. Housing Committee, care of were invited to attend a Schools. every Negro in Dade Coun
Charles North, chairman of Charles North, chairman at dance sponsored by the Miami The formal Convocation ty. We need cars for transportation -
the Classic Housing Committee, 1101 NW 3rd Ave., Miami 36, YWCA at its auditorium and monies will be held in the Heck-cere- canvassers and also
money to keep the drive going.
predicts no problem through misdirection arrived at
in rooms or lodging available to Fla.Because the housing short the USO dance being held a scher during Gymnatorium which time at the 10 SarahA. a.m. Everyone can help by register-
Classic visitors. With FAMU age known in the past Is being few: blocks away. Upon entering Blocker and Nathan W. Collier ing' to vote now! Come by our
office 5178 NW 17th Ave.
at or
occupying a fashionable, ocean relieved in the above manner, the building the group was Meritorious Service
front Miami Beach hotel as its If it felt that this year will see made welcome until it was noticed Awards and other citations will call us at 6915611. Join the
headquarters, many other hotels the largest turn out ever as- that Negro servicemenwere be presented to church work wagon now, not the band
along the famous strand settled for Miami's greatest among the group where for the roles they have leaders wagon later.Support .
have offered their facilities to once-a-year spectacle, the upon they were promptly told in the life of this church-related played
those coming to the great event. Orange Blossom Classic. by one of the hostesses: "This Institution of higher learning.
club is not integrated yet." Final phase of the ConvocakjLaJJJJTJTJfJTJt United Fund
These six servicemen that
this article sent .a-9. -!t..ar.J IT w IT,. ..r ir ITir.. ,y ,y ..,y..,y y.. ..,y .. .. .. .. .. .... ...c
concerns were
Collegians Give Thanksgiving to Homestead Air Force Base
I from various parts of the coun
try during the Cuban crisis to
Baskets To 12 FamiliesThanksgiving protect this land from harm I MANLEY'S z
and aggression. They were hereto

baskets were ceiving the tokens expressedtheir protect us if the need should
presented by the Collegians deep appreciation for the arise.
Club to twelve kind I wonder what these men
needy families gestures extended by this
in the Miami were thinking as they stood at
area last Thursday group.
morning.The attention while listening to our
The project was successfully President thank them for their JEWELRY
Collegians make such launched under the chairman willingness to leave their
presentations each year during ship of William Stirrup. President homes and families to rendera
this holiday season. Families re- of the Collegians is Carl service to this great nation
Williams. that our enemies covet so. I
Other wonder if he knew that some -0 ----
of the
ization organ of the men that were here to
are Dean Donald
Evans, Wilbur Ellison, CharlesD. make the surpreme sacrifice, I Two ,Convenient Locations
Wyche, Emanuel Hutcheson, If necessary, were also hereto
STRAY"The Sumner Hutcheson, Willis Murray be so thoroughly humiliated.The .

Nathaniel Powell USO Clubs over this nation 12872
should be Biscayne Blvd. PL 4-6271
forced to become
case history of an unhappy Hogan, Hogan, Patrick
fully integrated or add another
Range, Charles Johnson
wife who risked wrecking Kelly letter to it's USO symbol .
her home and damaging her C. Wilson North,, Stanley Roderick Sweeting Silva Quentin and- let the letter We "I", then thev 1702 N.W. 36th St. NE 5-5911
family for the glib promises of Robert could be called the United Ser
another man is told in the December Strapp. vice Oragnlzatlon If .
i issue of Ladles' Home
Journal. This personal story Is I -A
taken from the files of one of
America's most distinguished

marriage wife counselors.This felt neglected. and Usejour! Christmas ..

that she and her husband no a I t
longer had anything in common Layaway Plan
She became a willing listener -
to someone else who assured ..
her she deserved a better
life, But, of course, the other .6 Small Deposit
man was unable to get a divorce : _
from his own wife.

find In out this how case the history marriage, you'll coun- .r !' Holds Any Item 'tilXmas

sellor was able to get both hus (
band wife headed back in the FREE DELIVERY A"DRUG b A l I AliiamaI AA>t>tA] frl It1
right direction before it was too
6750 N.W. 15th Avenue Phone 691-6651 Open Every Night Until Christmas
article, titled "W h y HAROLD JOLUVETTB, Manager
Wives Stray," is in the December Bulova Hamilton
issue of Ladles' Home Jour Elgin Benrus ;

-, Watches ;
801 N.W, 57th St. Duplex. Good Income From $14.95 up
TEACHING Diamond Seta" $49.50 up
2-Bed room, Florid Room''
Music Dance Art
Lots For Sale. $30 Down $30 Month ----

Fine Arts Build on year lot. Home Improvements. No money down

Conservatory615'NW Cash paid for homes or lots LARGEST SELECTION OFWEDDING BANDSIN

Lots For Sale $30 down $30 month
60th St.-7S7.13S1 TOWN'
NEED CASH? CALL JE''' 8-1340 '- ,JE 2-4343
All Day Saturdays! !

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1IoIIooiWWI">"jjajjrjfYtiiafJtJHiiriiijPeople., H J! .LI
tats Cora Culver Becomes Mrs. John


r Places Hankerson In Double Ring Weddin&Cora .

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i xi Underwood, matron of honors? I'
'\ v /Bridesmaids Included Jacqueline I

Things. i 4E4rjL Culver, sister of the bVide; '
Linda Hankerson, sister of the
HY LAWRENCE IH5RT COOI'KK groom; and Elizabeth McDugle. ]

... white taffeta
P'I II II IJ .IIf IIIIIIII: : : :Jl.JITJr\If If.III" JrlrJrrrrrlrl..lrr.'rlr.r. Sherrl Barnhlll In
with yellow accessories,
aUJut"t !
First our pleasures die-and qualms e military was the flower girl. I
then buildup with missiles bases I
Our hopes and then our fears- having their awesome death I Patrick Range served as hest \
and when weapons aimed at the small ? mm: Ushers were Blanton Hari "
These are' dead, the debt Is due, Caribbean Island ready to pokea ris Astrid Mack, Walter Pin-a-
Dust claims dust-and we die slug down his neck? more and Elliott Scavella.
too.-Shelly. Kennedy is to hang arounda George Culver, young brotherof
couple of days just to show, the bride, was the ring.bear
"There was a man going mayhaps, the frightened north. : er.
'round taking names ern tourists to this clime that
He took many names among everything is "hoyey pokey"and For her stepdaughter's wed I
those was that of Shadrack that they can bring their ding, Mrs. Culver wore a light ;i
Ward Jr., Jovial, smiling,' carpet bags and cash along fora blue brocade sheath. Mrs. Coran I
friendly. laden long winter. Culver, of Ozark, Ala., grandmother I
Heavily were I
of the bride, wore midnight
many hearts. A friend and companion blue Both white !
had heeded the call of FINE ARTS -2 wore
$ 4 corsages.
his Master to enter the door or
darkness which myriads before CONSERVATORY2nd __ A reception was held following I'
him had passed never to return the ceremony at the spa
td tell us of the road to discover CARNIVALThis cious home of the bride on 33rd \'
which we must travel too. Saturday Dec. 1 from Ave. and 45th St. For the reception
noon to 6 p.m. Fine Arts Con Mrs. Hankerson wore i\
Shaddfe Ward and us "grewup servatory presents Its second a gold brocade, street.length I
to gether", so to speak. Asa annual Scholarship Carnival on h ;(? sheath Mrs Dorothy Graham
teenager In knickerbockers the grounds at 615 NW 60th stood at the head of the receiving
and high top stockings we knew line. Mrs. Julius Newton \

him as" "Mr. Shaddle across the St.There will be all kinds of t. ;$ n el kept the guest book.
street. Across the street was food, homebaked cakes and '
In front of the Miami Times of- candles, white Mrs. Hankerson Is the eldest \I
elephants and
flee In the 1930's when he was fine gifts for sale. And the daughter of C. Sullivan Culver, t
the happy.go-lucky proprietorof children will the __ DCT director at Mays High I
games.A School, polemark of, local Kap .,
Shaddie's Place. There was special feature of the afternoon .
always sounds of Jolly ;merriment is the group of three half pas and president of District
10 FSTA of Miami, and Mrs.
coming from the confinesof hour concerts featuring outstanding .
his always orderly place even young artists from the Charles: Williams, principal of
during those .. ._,, ..... .. McClenny Elementary School of
stormy days Just community at large. Among "' -- : """ "' '''' -
I Ala. A Delta debu
after prohibition when he ; Montgomery,
the first to sell 3.2 beer. was these Thomas are, David Barbara Feldman Hunt, Robert, Deb Cora Ann Culver ana Jonn Allen well as about the edges of the tante, Mrs. Hankerson, a Delta
Hankerson tiers and train. A Is teacher at Dunbar
brah Friedsaon were married on fingertip soror, a
We admired "Mr. Shaddle. Jean Levine Betty Wales, last Friday night at Mt. Zion length veil of double illusion Elementary School and a member
particularly the saucy angle ists, instrumentalist, singers Pat and plan Baptist Church. The Rev. Mr. net was held by a tiara of pearls of Mt. Zion Baptist Church.
he wore his "corn biscuit" and modern dance and Sonen, Edward T. Graham, pastor, read and paillettes. The bridal bouquet She is well known as an able
the fine silk shirts and natty ler with students Wendell)) Gra the service for the double ring was of white chrysanthe speaker.The .
attires he wore. White flowers with mums. Brlday attendants wore
ham, Gail Powell, Juanita De. identical of groom, son of Mr. and
gold leaves and formed gowns gold Jacquard
In the "September days" of shazior and Ruth Clark, Margo a background greenery for the cere material made with short full Mrs. Leo Hankerson of Rich-
his life Shaddle was content to Platt be and palmist expert will mony. Mrs Willie J. Wright, vocalist skirts of unpressed pleats, fit. mond Heights, ,Is also a Mays
also the
sit back recall the on grounds. High School graduate and is
days "way and Linton Berrien, organist ted long-line bodices with bateu
back", often calling on us to presented a musical pre. necklines, cap sleeves and large currently a senior sociology
help substantiate his storiesof Fine Arts lude; Mrs Wright also sang flat selff material bows placedat major at Clark College. lie received
the days we could recall. "The Lord's Prayer" during the the center back of the low a scholarship to Clark
service. waist-lines. Their headdresses but Interrupted his course with
We'd like to think that Shad ConservatoryAnnual were full short veils held by a stint in the Army. He is a
die is reminiscing now with all The bride, given marriage\ triple gold velvet roses with memUir of Alpha Phi Alpha \I
the friends who had precededhim CarnivalSaturday by her father C. Sullivan Culver strands of gold colored wisteria fraternity. The Hankersons
to, eternity, happily shaking was stunning In a formal covering the foreheads. Their have an apartment at G120 NW
hands and kidding about all the wedding gown of white net and bouquets were of red roses 23rd Ave.Times'.
things they used to do. Dec. 1 lace styled with a fitted bodice Their accessories were white.
An old friend has departedand long sleeves and a two.tieredvery
with him goes a small NOON to 6 P.M. full)) skirt which fell Intoa Shirley T. Williams served as Ads Pay Off!
niche out of our lives. May he chapel train. Paillettes accent. maid of honor; Mrs. Theotls
rest in peace.Anniun 615 NW 60th Street ed the pattern of the Alecon
.lace at the square neckline us

the little' giant VINING of Alcoa was DAMS ex THEM WW JET TV CLINICHOME

tremely generous to his employees
even those who had
been employed by him; and his
associates.. Of those named in t Jla l SERVICE CALLS $1.00
his will we didn't see anyone of .
Color being fortunate enough to .... .': ,. . -'..Y Day or NightWe
be' in his employ. Charities and ft Functions Meetings Conferences

religious organizations also Weddings Banquets Engagements Service All Makes of
came In for a large chunk of 1Social
the over 400 million dollars he % Lunches Brunches Dinners 11'HI.FI'. and STEREOS 1
had accumulated. This was indeed "The Best By Test" ,
a very commendableand TRY OUR WEEKEND SPECIALS! CALL SY I We Also Rent
unselfish thing. A great !
; Ch.ck In Friday Afternoon Ch.ck Out Sunday Afternoon
portion of his wealth went to TV by the week or Month
Continental Breakfast and a Beaded Bag for Each i
Individuals who could appreciate
it most. He who receives a Leon t''
good turn should never forgetIt $11.95 Each (Double Occupancy) 907 .2nd AVENUE !
he who does one should never THIS IS GOOD TO DECEMBER 1, 1962

remember it. t.
Phone FR 4.2044 t tk I

We read where Pres. J. F. Ken 4200 R W 27th AVENUE NEwlor0.flclB k I
to inspect
nedy came to
his naval and troop buildup irrJjJJTJJJJTJTs_r JT jr JT JT;rx
here in South Florida. It wasa !
big day at Homestead Air !

Boss'were Base. vIsit.Guns all polished and brass up for buttons the M. S. Allen Funeral Lot Owners or Home Owners !

We wonder If Castro had r any

SEE THE WORLD'S Home Need Money ? I


AND PSYCHIC READER 1744 N.W. 3rd AvenuePhones Loans approved the same day ,

BISHOP HUNTER FR 1.8343 FR 3.5007 Want to sell your property?

If,yon are rick or worried dom't
fall to 1M mo tod,. Office boon Matthew H.'Rahmings,,Funeral Director Embalmer J HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID

to 0 p.m. ,'l'ba.nda
dally 1 p.m.
I pjn. to d p.m. BowUy 11 .... Lewis Newbold, Manager .
In ,8 p.m. Juanita B. Hooks Assistant Manager .'
; i
READINGS, t (Formerly with Solomon\ Funeral Home) Call JE 2-4343 or JE 8-1340 I


*P o. At night PL 7.6622
641T SW IT It.WB81' Elizabeth B. Dorsett, Apprentice .

Charlie Jordan, Attendant k


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PAGE 4 SATURDAY, DECEMBER: 1, 1962 L. S. Library
Station Opens
$200 Cash $75
Residents of liberty City :11.-
should be pleased to know that You sass' .live rent free by living 'In 1 b6tlleabt, r reft-)
the library 'station *t Liberty I home buyef' wal ieee this!
Square is open again. A con) I ingth offer The mart

mittee composed of Mrs. Bol bargain. and buy. Fenced I and airntngh
den, Lucille Roker Eleanor
: j .
Walton, Pauline Willis and 6 ,
Jl JR 0"11.at N.W. ... 1.04221 y,, I ,
6740 15th Av niw Thooe OX Earlean Clayton met with Mr M'. ,
Warn'*, t 1112 N.W. Third Ave, Miami Florid*-Phone FR. 82280H. Elliott Kemp on Saturday, Nov '$400 oWN $79 MONTH ,
...... .
17 and made plans for operating '--.... --
: ; .' JC. filfilSMDM REEVES Editor and Publisher
.. with volunteer NW 49th Street ,
.. '::. GAItTII C. REEVES, Managing EdItor' the library I 929 ,! "'v it
help. bedroom CBS separate garage lovely: ,hardwoodfloors !
_, Member of the Associated" Negro Prose The hours have been set for 2 ,
", "-, H nber of the National Newspaper Publishers Association 2 to 6 Monday through' Friday no qualifying, no closing, costs. ,We. furnish:
and 10 to 2 on Saturday. .
; ': ', SUBSCRIPTION RATES The first story hour was held transportation. ;" ,
;iY E TEAR (f .OO SIX MONTHS fft.00 FOREIGN $8.00 on Saturday morning Nov. 24 :, :
Smith. Poin oWE ,
with Mrs. Bessie :
ad'ise! :;, Second Clans Matter, August D, 1927, at the Post Offlct Anna Elementary teacher takbiA
at Miami Florida under the act of March 8, 1878 : ARRANGE FINANCING ALSO .
"sharing"period wasp held '
CREDO OF TIlE NEGRO PRESS"THE from 12 to 1. those participating
NEGRO PRESS believes that America ran best lead the world were: TRIO REALTY
tram racial and national antagonisms when it accords to every man Lolita Francis Mary Wilcher,
recardleos of rare, color or creed his human and legal rights. Hating Francis
Margaret Francis Angela 801 N.W. 54th Street
no man. fearing no man-the Negro Press gtrhcN to help every man and Stacy Leonard, all students
In the firm belief that all men are hurt as long as anyone is held Holmes .
back. at Danck has Elementary.Guy volunteered PL 9-8372 PL !JUgs! -.. NE 51533EXPERT

to show films on Saturdays. j 4t( I{ { [t
HOUSE OF BISHOPS SPEAKS Everyone is invited.

The House of Bishops of the Episcopal Church met

in Trinity Church, Columbia, S. C., on October 27 November SOUTH BREAKS WATCH AND
1. Among other important matters discussed was JEWELRY REPAIR WORKDO
the' racial problem. '
The Bishops called for "Willing obedience to laws WANTS 2 YOUR WATCH FIXED WHERE THEY KNOW HOW!

which..grant equal access to our public schools to all students RATTLERSUniversity

and housing opportunities." of Miami coach,f 1702 NW 36th Street, Miami NE 5-5911
This was the first meeting of the Bishops since the Andy Gustafson, game directorof 12872 Biscayne Blvdl, N. Miami PL 4-6271

General Convention met in Detroit in September, 1961: South the All-Star annual football Shrine North-game,t Stainless Steel Gent Stretch Band

The House of Bishops (135)) made ,the following)) has finally bowed to pressureto Reg. $2.95 Special 9Bo
(statement: include Negroes on his South bY
"We, the Bishops of the Episcopal Church entrusted team. | ,
Christian truth, affirm the nat- The 17th annual game will be, 4- TT
with the duty to proclaim played in the Orange Bowl Saturday .I
ural dignity and value of every man, of whatever coloror Dec. 22.
race, as created in the image of God. Neither race nor It is the first time in the
color is in itself a barrier to any aspect of that life in community game's history that Negro'play- ABCAUTO
ers have been invited to Join
for which God created man. the South squad although they
In the words of the bishops at Lambeth, "The Church have played on the North teams
itself must bear witness to this truth in its own life. Interracial for several years. RADIATOR SERVICE
worship, interracial\ meeting both formal and informal "We feel that Coach Jake
Gaither has several
freedom of all races to enter and use educational there at Tallahassee that would up 1 Hour Service Credit Available
social and health facilities, must be seen within the pattern greatly add to the quality of
of the Church's life and witness without compromise, our game," Gustafson said. WHILE YOU WAIT
The University of Miami head Come in for free
self-consciousness, or alpology. There may be no easy answers coach said there
are some
to special and local conditions; nevertheless, the Rattlers he has been watching 8 POINT SYSTEM
Church must affirm that any form of segregation or sep closely this season including Remove Car Radiator From .. Back Flush Engine Block
aration basis of is the Divine Halfback Robert Paremore and Check water pump & hoses
solely on the race contrary to Fullback Hewritt Clean and Rod Radiators and Repairs
Will." In these matters, as well las in all others of faith The Shrine game Dixon.will be tele Test Thermostat and Test Radiator for Leaks
and morals, the Body of Christ should lead and 'not lag vised nationally for the first Pressure Cap Paint and Install RadiatorAll
behind the secular state. time by the ABC TV network Work Guaranteed
civil life
"In we call for willing obedience to laws
150 mile radius of Miami. 7 A.M. TO 5 P.M.- MON THRU BAT.
which grant equal access to our public schools to all students Jimmy Burns, Mississippi- '
the right to vote to all citizens and justice in eco- born sports editor of the Miami 6200 N.W. 27th Ave. Dial OX 1.2221

nomic and {housing opportunities. We support the courageous Herald has been an avid fighter

actions of all who in places of tension and conflict for South Inclusion team.CHURCH of Negroes on the j cc

have spoken and worked for law, order and justice for all
races, and now labor in the long process of reconciliation. OF INCARNATION FINEST SELECTION IN MIAMI

."We agree with the statement that the Church should day Sunday in ,Advent Dec 2,, beginning the first Sun.of LOVELY HOMES OPEN

lead and not lag behind the secular state in matters of the church's year, services will
this kind. be as follows:
Celebration of the Holy Com LOW LOW' DOWN PAYMENTS
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKIt's munlon at 8 a.m.; 8 a.m. Low EZ Terms 1 '
Mass; 9:30: Less than rent
good news that Metropolitan government*officials 11 a.m. a.m.Mass Sunday School;

and City Commissioners have agreed on the handling of At this Sung service, the and annual sermon.Corporate 1364 NW 44th Street,

the city's urban renewal job. Communion for men and $350 total
County Manager Irving McNayr wanted the city boys. 7 p.m. Evensong. $10,800 down'payme 0*. Not lc more..Just redecorated -
to handle the total.: Two Fla. rooms.
$60,000,000 Central Negro District project? .

quite a big one, but City, Commissioners disagreed. At a FIRST ------- _
meeting on Monday it was decided that Metro would ,do WEEKLYPIN
the job. 1050 NW 46th Street

The city will set up its own urban renewal authority LAND CBS beauty Fla.
to take care of less expensive local projects, such as Lib STRIKE $450 down, $77 month.room, carporte, 67x110 lot. $13,500,
erty City and Coconut Grove. NIGHT Nicest in town.

The estimate cost of the 810-acre project is $12,438- ----__ _
039 which would be shared countywide.City Friday, Dec. 7

commissioners believe there should be changes AND/ EVERY FRIDAY 1817 NW 47th Terrace
in Metro's ordinance giving the exclusive What
county urban a beauty. CBS 3 bedroom den all in beautiful
renewal powers, if their own authority is to be valid. EVENING shape $350 down. Best bUT in town.,
6-12 t
BUS OPERATION SETTLED p.m.Cuarantee -- .
At long last the bus question seems to be settled.

Metro commissioners were trying to get National City $25 1060 NW :53rd Street

Management: of Chicago to tact as consultants instead of Pay{ 3 Places Move right 1 in, no FHA red
as operators of the bus system. Manager Gates of National double lot. $12,000 tape. Large home on huge
City refused to make the change. The Transit Company I The most strikes in $700 down, $80 month. Hurry!

supported National. County Attorney Davis was against FIRST PLACE .
private operation. However in order to settle the matter,
the government gave in. National City of Chicago will 3 games 2 lanes 1000 NW 75th Street

operate the bus system for a period of two years. $1.50 BOWLING Huge decorated comer house, 2 bath and huge FlaI. room. Newly -

MARINE STADIUM FOR VIRGINIA KEY $%.00 PRIZE FUND month. Partly, $13,000 r' total. $400 down, $80 per
The City of Miami's program for 1963 include a furnished. Store and! refrigerator.

$2,000,000 marine stadium on Virginia Key near the Sea- .
quarium. A study has already 'been made. There's to be SUO ENTRY FEERerrglster

protected water race course with seating capacity for as many times as NEWS
, 7,000 spectators, a floating stage, TV camera towers acssabJe yon For wish cash 01K'tl. REALTY
: c from Rickenbacker Causeway and other attract I I Gall information
tions. (The
t Broker That Work.
For You
Plans call for two miles )
{ of protected swimming beach. PIN-LAND
:,I ,' The stadium is to be financed through 25-year bond 1975 NW 36th St. NW 7th Ave. PL 4-0655

I'' issue. if federal funds are not available. MIAMI, FLA. (Open Sunday)



:", .. .r"
r .; ; This 52nd Convention of THE MIAMI TIMES -- MIAMI FtJu ;x

.,.,. IwwI1T.Hr I: NCTE will go down in the an.I '

": '. .;.. nals of Its' nlstory as, signifi SATURDAY DECEMBER, 1962 ,. PAGE Sand
' / {" because this. the
: cant was
\c -4 one ..
, Fi first time that all ethnic groups '* it-' 'vi" .
; '!fh\i's.' a : shared significantly In planningand jJts. ,JtVillle";B\ Bobo ofSpartartsbujg B. Bunyari,'p :; .
.. ;, ;; f' participating- was so :> ; S.C.. Both, asked G'2 ; 'J6hnWilliamMcGee' t lJe J td :
1. recognized as the annual .ban toj tfcu, remembered. to their ', FaJrt._ "
;l$?' ,"*r'A | l 'ix i quet. The 1,000 or more dele many friends. Nov. '27! -Maedon"' S.-Build ,

i ikai. gates were loud in their praise Over ihe weekend Mrs.FRANCES Tommle PJttman, soy 28;
Joyce Smith Novi. uR.p s e
of the manner in which Mrs. and :
.' riA: i/ MaXwell represented the local < JOLLIVET'tla her Stewart, Mary CrikAnfy4ale ;
daughter, .
I By RUTH group. May ;I add an additional Doster, Nov. 39; Annett.. Bowman
................."-L 4o.IIII praise. ,CONGRATULATIONS!I' daughter .CLARICE, Shlbb ,E. Brown, Shar-
in Washington. Regina doing
11.Class?' DBOOou' GEMS. Whlcfi under the directipn of Evange: quite well at ,Howard, Unlv Greene maynne, Alice L. Thomas J. Washington, Joseph,
to the '
JAWBONE list P. L. Thompson. In every Society Hear tell that Mrs. RUTH Dec. 1' E. C Thomas
LASS. the class of NOTES. The National : JudgeJ.
fdlks' who talk about the phase of work involving 'community for Crippled Children and, ROGERS, "*confined to bed, and D. Johnson, Raymond*Horn-
:things they'll; do the path many of find her and church you will Adults,, Inc. staged their natlomal ; that John Maxwell is out of way, Diane Whitfield, Dec.."2;
lame they/11 walk? Who boast ters two charming daugh convention at the, Fontaine- the,.?.hqsplfal and getting alongvery Albertha Carey Gary Wayne
' beside. Anna Jean, a well' Jean Smith, manager Lee
about their conquered worlds, 7th bleau Hotel 'just before,the Martin, Cecelia .Florence J.
:and deeds grade student at BTW and I Thanksgiving ,The '>of the downtown Miami Newklrk. Jeanette .Goa
right nobly done, Aundrla Renoe I ,season. ,Hpn, ,;;Kfrtpg
a 2nd graderat Times office three
spent daysin
:while yet their efforts end with Arthur D. Langley was the Patrice Moore, Alexander
words no, task is e'er begun her Poinciana husband Park as well as keynoter. 'Ha aid a masterful ,the hospital for a physical Valentine Jr., Wile F, Williamsr -
? HerbertL are Ibe.sparkplugs ..tl job of holding the audience checkup. She'll be ttock at her Dev;. Carl Rhetta lona
which fire her am spell bound as he talked on deskMonday Happy to see J. Cook, Dec. 5; Geraldine Ar-
Do you belong to the WISH. bitions; in education civic responslbility I "Where Are We?" Attending again Col. Edgar Baker and his rington, Mabel L. Williams, Anthony
BONE CLASS, the class of folks and religious acti sidekick, Maj. John Jacobs
the meeting from this part of I Simon, Dec. 6; Mattie
who long that wealth and fame of vities.pride,It that is with'we a great deal I the community were Mes Both are here with the army. McPhau Kay H. McGhow, VUi-
might flow to them for just spotlight; this : dames Clara Brooks, Lucretia lora Gainey, Faydelle Phillips,
a little song? Who wish that young outstanding teacher, Coleman Frances T. Gauze Naomi Dec. 7 W.
mother,.. wife and : HAPPY WKDDING Anniversary ; Eugene Duncombe,
ease might be their lot, and worker.. community Grant, Gussie Dobbs, Con. Greetings! Mr. and Mrs. Jr., Dec. 8.THOUGHT.
praIse their fortune, too, while In ie Dillard and Dorothy Me- Mack Simmons, Nov. 25; Mr.
smile the while they nod and | Kellar. From Jacksonville and Mrs. David Dobbs, Nov. 26; FOR TILE WEEK.
and all but nothing do. TilE NATIONAL COUNCIL I came Mrs. Erlene Alback, and and Mr. and Mrs. Caleb E. Keep away from people who
Do YOU belong to the BACK. Of TEACHERS OP ENGLISHheld Mrs. Anna A. Twlggs. While Crosby, Nov. 30; Mr. and Mrs. try to belittle your ambitions.
nONE CLASS, the class of its 52nd annual conventionat I here they were guests of Mr. Ben Lundy, Dec. 4; Mr. and Small people always do that, but
folks who work from early the Americana Hotel, Nov. and Mrs. Joseph Polite. We Mrs. V. A. Jackson, Dec. 5.UrUTU the really great make you feel
morn. till late at night,. and nev. 1024.() Along w I,. t h ,chairman I welcome LAWRENCE E. that you, too, can become. great
.:r, never shirk? Who dig right I RATCHLAR to our fair city. 'He' ) I:-Mark Anthony. f
In and fight their until has joined the staff here at. the } ,\Y GRKKTING8 to 1 .
way .
Winifred M Johnson
; Earllne
hey reach success that waits ''w"" Times. ClIette, 'Hazel 1 Davis .. .,
; Angela
around for folks who give, and I Returning to Chicago after a FINAL FOOTBALL '
always do their best? 1 1I sad mission here are Mrs. Winifred Moreley
I Shadrack (Shaddle) Ward's I Johnson, Geneva W. James, STANDINGS I
ry rp Frankie Rolle, Annie M. K. North Dade 820
relatives. They her sister
SPOTLIGHT FEATURE. I Vines Nov. 25 Northwestern 'I 'J'O
This Mrs. MINNIE SUE WEST andher : L. Wil
week the spotlight, is being fo- nieces FANNIE MAE GIBSON llama, Corneleus Handfield, Carver 621
cused on MRS. HERBERT and EMMA LEE GIBSON Dorothy W. Aside, Beatrice W. Mayo :531B. .
\Elizabeth) STEVENSON. e r In town to attend the last Chlsm, Edwin B. Rogers, Eddie T. Wiinli. 280
friends call her: rites of Ward his ," t.1 ._
Mr. was son, --- ----------
I "Nlckle". Mrs.: WELDEN, of Roxbury, Mass! FOR SALE
Stevens is the and close friends JAMES
BARNETTE and FRED WILLIAMS Here is Christmas
: daughter of .. of Nassau. your present
r.t Mr. and Mrs, i Don't forget the Dade County CLEAN, LOVELY ens'
I Dave Murrayof 45Paul School Secretarial Associa With large Fla. room. Stove, refrigerator and awning '

y Bradenton, tion's Scholarship Benefit *. Fenced in yard' landl cottage: in rear. Can be purchased -
Dance Dec. 7 which will be In
i Fla. She is the
niece of the the Fiesta Room at Mar y with extra lot. See this bargain att '

late Mrs. Anna Elizabeth Hotel Be sure 3150 NW 57th Street
to tune In WMBM at 000: In
Reid Mitchell
I Open Sunday 1 to 5
the morning to hear the much p.m.
a former teacher at Booker T. t publicized tribute to FAMU on
'Washington High School. Other Its diamond anniversary. This -
Natives in the area are Mrs. gesture is being done the FOR RENT
' -' --
Bertha Reid and Mr. and Mrs. Pet. Milk Co. Do find timeto Large furnished two bedroom apartment with private
Jacobs MRS. JOHN
Tony Tappan. secure September issue of '
!"Nicky"! is a product of t. h e (Dorothy) MAXWELL servedas Reader's Digest. On'' page 73 is patio..
Dade County School system. co-chairman in making local to be found an article, WHAT $85 PER MONTHD.
She reeived a B. S. Degree from arrangements. Mrs. Maxwell Is the NEGRO NEEDS MOST. -0-
South Carolina State College a distinguished teacher of Eng. I'll let you take It from here GOODMAN AND SONS REAL ESTATE
lash at Miami NorthwesternHigh Over the
and a master's degree from In. on ThanksgivingSeason
"Iana' University. She' is the School. The English De. it was my good fortuneto Insurance and Mortgage Loans
,nly teacher in the school at partment of Miami Northwest. meet many Interesting people 2688 N.W. 62nd Street Phone OX 1.0380
shich she works who has aaster's ern was responsible for the Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Fair and Mr.
degree. Her co-work- attractive affiliate breakfast
..rs at Rainbow Park Elemen served in the Floridian Room t311
tary hold her in high regard last Saturday morning. Members
of the department are:
:as a master teacher. Her kind

techniques ness in sharing and the materials professionalair and .John Thomas Glover Paplno, ,Mesdames Robert Hodge Ava., SAL NITE 8 PM, DEC, 8t ORANGE BOWL

Brown, Ruby Duren, Lois Oliver
displayed in cooperative efforts
Mae C. v
Barbara Wooten,
distinguishes her as high.
ly skilled craftsman. Her de. Brown, Ethel Ferguson, Llllle (, c''+irr
gree of concentration is !in the Hart, Ellen Wooten. fR ti.
second grade level. Interestingly The topic of conversation y; ,,
enough parents of the pupils during and after the breakfastwas
with which she work are her the table decorations of ; : _
lkst public relation agents. replicas of local attractions featuring _
Mrs. Stevenson finds time to such places as Vlzcaya,
put in many hours of volunteer Bird Farm, Rock Garden Castle :'ThrithPLUS
work with civic organizationsand and etc. MessrsGlover made _
fund drives. She is a mem ington _
ber of the Church of Christ, the decorations. t
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Breakfast Show Saturday 2:30 a.m. See The World's Fastest Human-Rattler Halfback Robert Hayes 1

See Jackson State's All-Arnerican End Willie Richardson






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Turkey Necks 150 Roll Sausage Ib 39

Slab Bacon Ib 350 Picnics Ib 390

Mullet Fish Ib Z30 Bacon Ib 390

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And Jackson State Renew


Orange Blossom Classic-Rivalrv., ALLEN U. 28.8
It will-be Jackson State Col" or available in football to the DAYTONA BEACH All. Bobby Bell! Only Repeater 1

lege of Jackson Miss. State. Undefeated in 21
against, games Conference Quarterback Bobby '
Florida A and M University of their ber of last 1960)loss), the was Rattlers in Novem have Frazier led the Wildcats of Ba- On Coaches' All-America TeamTalented
Tallahassee in the 30th annual led all small colleges in the na' Cookman College to a i
Orange Blossom Classic to be tion for the past eight weeks. successful season as the Wildcats Bobby Bell, Univer- members of the first unit will
of Bethune-Cookman ,Col- sity of Minnesota Negro tackle, appear on the Ed Sullivan
,played Saturday night, Dec. 8 They wear the national Negro
In'' Miami's Orange Bowl. collegiate title and are the lege to a successful season as proved to be the only repeateron Show Sunday, Dec. 2.
outstanding candidate for the the Wildcats downed Allen University the 1962 All-America team Four Negroes, three of them
The rematch
,grid of these two all college crown. 28-8 in the final game picked by the 50-member Am backs, were chosen on the sec
powers expected to at
of the season. erican Football Coaches As- ond team.
tract /a record crowd for the In the scoring department,
Classic and should produce an very few teams can compare Frazier, listed the No. 2 passer slciation. Oregon's Mel Fenfro of Port.

other thrilling game for South with Coach Jake Gaither's boys. in the nation among small Bell, of Shelby, N. C., givingthe land, and UCLA's Kermit Alex.
Florida football fans.If The Rattlers finished this sea- colleges by the NIAA, coirjplet Gophers representation on I ander of Los Angeles shared
son with 19-0-0)) and rolled ed 14 out of 25 passes for a third halfback laurels while Nebras
you need any references, up whooping 25 yards against the the elite eleven for the
Just ask any of the 67,791 fans 378 points for a 42 point aver- Yellow Jackets of Allen. year in a row guard Tom ka's Bill Thornton of Toledo,
who witnessed last year's con age. Jackson is one of the few Brown won in 1960 led a con Ohio, won the fullback slot.
test between these two schools. teams that can compare with Frazier hit Jerry Simmonsfor tingent of Negro players honor. Dave Robinson of Pena State..
In that game, Florida A & M their 37.4 average. the game's' Ilnal!. touchdown, ed. by the association,. which hailing from Moorestown, N. J.
won the national Negro-colleg Florida A&M also will field a a 75 ;yarder and set up the also named two runner-up gained a post at end.
late championship 14-8, but the near carbon copy of last year's Wildcats second touchdown on a teams. The members of the association
crown wasn't decided until the championship squad with the long pass to Curry Carmichael. The & selections, marking I ballots
cast for the
final gun went off. exception of Ail-American center Bethune-Cookman was in command the 73rd annual renewal of the I nation's
Trailing 14-00)() in the last Curtis Miranda, who is now after 290 pound fullback All-Arnerica tradition originated three foremost teams after
quarter, the Tigers from Jack playing pro ball. The Rattlers Choo Choo Clapp churned over by Walter Camp, were announced -. observing leading All-
son came back roaring and oackfield is star-studded witha from the two yard line in the in the Dec. 1 issue of TV America candidates in action
nearly skinned the rampaging host of South Floridians, including second quarter. A 45 yard run Guide magazine by Bill Murray, and studying scouting reports
Rattlers. Led by the All-American Miami's passing ace, by LaRonnle Adams set up association president and Duke plus game films coordinatedwith
passing combination of Jim Tullls. Clapp's plunge. head coach. Bell and other the Eastman Kodak Co.

quarterback Roy Curry and end One of the attractions in this In the third quarter, Cecil
Willie Richardson Jackson year's Classic will be the ap McClendon scored from 11 yds.
marched up the field (throughthe pearance of the "world's fastest out. With the score 12.2 following friends are asked to meet at
air) for eight points and I oack. Rattler halfback Robert an Allen safety, BCC broke Bunche Lanes Thursday at 8
were headed In the same direction I Hayes, will have an opportunity loose for two last quarter touch Bunche LanesThe p.m. Purpose of the meeting is
in the waning minutes of to display his speed on the downs. First, Adams ran 36 to start the DCTA League. If
the game Before time ran out. gridiron. Hayes tied the world yards, then scored from six you do not know how to bowl
Coach John Merritt's Tigers I record for the 100-yard dash yards out. come out and get Instructions,
will have an opportunity to last year with 9.2. Another I I Then Frazier hit Simmonson I Junior Bowling League FREE. Your time is our time.
avenge that defeat since they speedster, and one of the fast his 75 yard TD pass. Awards will be presented on
will We: fielding the same team est backs in football is half.itack Saturday morning. There will be I
-Including the Curry-RLchard Robert Paremore, who 60,000 EXPECTEDFOR some mighty happy children receiving A bowling story:
son combine. has been timed at 9.3. Pare- awards for high averages A soldier came into Bunche
Jackson State won the more and Hayes have been the GATOR- will have all their namesin Lanes and wanted to bowl.
Southwest Athletic Conference leading ground gainers for next week's column. Standing behind the desk with
championship and Is surrently A&M this season and should 'CANES CLASHA Mr. Smith was little Ricardo
rated second behind Florida provide Classic fans with some
Blue, age 9. The soldier asked
crowd of more than 55,000
A&M in the national ratings. dazzling long runs. fans or possibly 60,000 will see Mrs. Wlllyc Blue, holds on to Rloardo to Howl with him, and
The Tigers have a 9-1-0) record All this, plus the FAMU the University of Miami Hurricanes her 130 average and can be seen he agreed. They. were given a
with a final game remainingthis Marching Band, certainly indi and Florida Gators clash bowling every Saturday morn. lane and Ricardo started off
weekend against Tenneesee cates that the 30th Orange Saturday night in their annual ing. The "Blues" are one of the with a strike hitting the red
State. The only loss for the Blossom Classic will be a gameto state rivalry football game in many families who bowl to pin which entitled him to a
Mississipians was to Southern remember. the Orange:: Bowl. gether Theodore, the papa; free game, he made a numberof
early in the season. Tickets are now on sale at willye, mama and son, Ricardo.I spares and ended with a
The Rattlers need no introduction all University of Miami ticket I When this game is staged all good score.
to Florida fans. They offices. They are 2, 3 and 4 dol. past records are thrown out of Three cheers for the Red,
have brought almost every hon lars for reserved seats. the window White and "The Blues" Of course the soldier won the
The Gators are coming here match. lie was a pretty good
with one of their greatest teamsin bowler too, and said he enjoyedthe
more than decade coming A bus load of children arrivedat competition. He returned
I ;FAMU Cagers Slate 22 GamesATLANTA here with a team that's bowl Bunche Lanes, on Saturdayfrom and the sheet,Ricardo paid for the games
bound. the Opa-locka City Recrea gave 50 cents. Was

Ga. The FlorIda year. The winner of the game Saturday tion Dept. to bowl, under the be happy well wouldn't you
be? The
moral Is, The Junior
could wind up in the Ga supervision of Charlie Hlnote.
A&M University cagers in Head Coach Ed Oglesby's bas tor Bowl in Jacksonsonvllle. Fla. They bowled ate and ate and League of which Ricardo is a
have been Invited to play
keteers are rebuilding this sea memeber, is teaching theseyoungsters'
Invitational Basketball has already said it would accept bowled and really had a good
the Georgia
son. The 1901-62 team won 26 how to bowl' so
the Gator Bowl bid if it wins,
Tournament here Dec. &8, Ir I
straight contests in going thru while University of Miami offl they can compete with anyone.
1962. They have a 22-game the regular season and the SIAC dials at a committee meeting
schedule, of which 20 are SIAC circut tournament undefeated following the Northwesterngame
contests. Their lone loss was to Witten decided no to make any All Dade County teachers and
The 1962-63 squad has six berg College, 35-33. in the finalsof decision about bawl participation thir wives, husbands and Support United Fund

returning lettermen from the the NCAA Regional Playoffs until after the game with M ..
championship team. -
1961-62 -
in Akron, Ohio. Florida.
Returning are forwards White Their capture of the SIAC Miami this year Is enjoying
Bellamy, Bradenton; James visitation and
tournament titles
its greatest in average at.
Betterson, Miami; and William in the same season set a pre tendance. When year the climax to
Sharpe Covington; guards Willie cedent, but such stellar playersas the regular season comes Satur.
Collier, West Palm Beach: centers Billy Barnes and
day night, Miami's average
Lewis Smith Hallandale; and I Cliff Bridges, forward Walter home attendance for the year
Herbert Graham, Apopka. Kennedy, and guards Ralph will show figures of more than
Bellamy, a 6-4, 195-pound senIor Cotman and Melvin Johnsonare 50,000 fans per game. The previous
has been the star perform: I no longer in the lineup high was 45,907 in 195S. Which holiday
er for the past two seasons. He ,
- -- -- -- - - -
is a two-time member of the
All-SIAC Tournament team. He greeting is older.
was named to the NCAA Regional MEET AND GREET YOUR FRIENDS AT THE .

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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. leader with Willie Nicholson' Protestant ServiceBureau rector of the agency noted that
l, : following with 629 and Wilton Opens i in "In the opening of the South
PACT:''5SATURDAY; DECEMBER '1, 1962 Cox 617 in third place.. Miami office It Is our, wish to
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the services,*
.' South Miami1 make Protestant
Individuals high'," ganfes: Albert Service Bureau more complete.
Bryant "243; :Willie, Nicholson "Bureau:on I available to all of the
Protestant Service ly residents

I Looking, i The Sports World Over 232 and Freddie Mason 230: the eve l of Its 50th anniversary,. of the county. .

Rolling the Ball at a J80 and of, distinctive service to Dade The new South. Miami office
g.;. By LEO B. ARMBRISTER better clip are: Albert' Bryant County, has announced the under the management of John,,.
'1 185 Cyril Miller 184; Frank opening of a branch office' in Hodgin, agency director of serw
,.; Smith 183 and Willie Nicholson South Miami as bf Dec.; 1. I vices will provide the full rangeof
observe Thanksgiving the Protestant Service Bureau Is I
RATTLERS vs. TIGERS TO 181. social services now available
DAZZLIJ,FANS IN SECOND standings around the first place_position BOWL FOR YOUR.THANKSGIVING multiple services' to the
ACT OF GREAT SHOW DINNERAT pointed out that "It is the purpose
with the 12th Frame Hi Hats .
I church related members of the this
l left of agency's servicesnot
Thirty-three football fans tied for the PINLANDThe
and the Olympics community. In addition to emery In
the Bowl last Dec. 7th ::only the solution
Orange and uncertain top spot. management of Pin-Land gehcy welfare services the of specific social problems,
what amazed the fInal outcome might The standings were: was happy to give out turkey agency provides family and but :also to assist in' the discov
have been 'had not time cur Team W L dinners to bowlers who rolled personal counseling with an emphasis ery of a more expansive kind of
tailed the bold efforts of a dar 1. 12th Frame 17 10 three strikes in a row on on psycho-social group living, in keeping with our
ing and adventurous Jackson 2. Olympics 17 10 Thanksgiving night. .treatment. I concept of the whole man."
College team which fought 3. News Realty 16 11 ,.KKKKKKKMCKKKKKKKKKKeKKgCKKKKKKKKK-0eCeKKeKaCuKK
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FAMU's Frank Smith feasted on
doggedly against renowned 4. Carriage Club 16 11
aggregation of power 5. Kenny Dept. 15 12 sandwiches after performingthe
and speed. 6. Hagan & Fonda 14 13 feat twice in one game and
These fans had been wit. 7. Miami Times 13 14 .once each In two others. BLUE. NOTE BAR i
nesses to 60 minutes.of the.fast 8. Hot Shoppe 11 16 Others who'were skillful
est, most efficiently engineered 9. American Furn. 9 18 enough to 'get the turkey
football action that this Classic 10. St. Clair's Caft 7 20 were Nicola (Pizza King) Giar -r I 5211 N.W. 17th
has produed in its long buildup has Six hundred plus 3-game sets dino, John Harvey, James Mit- I z
to the great spectacle are predominant in the league. chum, Dave Boone and Yours
now grown to be. Albert Bryant's 661 is the Truly.
The mighty Jackson i I
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last year has again REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE a
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to) IN AND AROUND technician In the Tele I
nt t communications Department, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1962 PAGE 9
e- BROWARPCOUNTY THE BAHAMAS was fatally injured whew his ,
motor .j /
sice scooter collided with a .
525 "- construction grader driven by, Sunlight News tire community willsee our
; Sweeting at the' and her at en.
Miss Emma Knowles of Mar Blue lull Road intersection'and PoInciana of hit; Greetings, from .the. Sun dants. After. the parade thejn' 3
Inr;/ ket Street retired as Supreme Drive. He was taken to Princess light SchoolMof Beauty Culture. structors and stjJdents! VIUifenf; .
.ti' Court stenographer on Nov. 17. Margaret ,I The students are really enjoying tertaln "Miss Sunlight" and' our
NEWS Hospital but
re His Lordship, the Chief Justice four minutes after his arrival. the comfort and beauty of guest "Miss Dimfnl" at the
[ Sir Ralph Campbell, presented our spacious new school. We school at 3 p.m.Don't .
n t' I ,-, her with a gift from members moved into the school on last -
forget to to
. Monday. The our
of the address-is 1113
r.'S u- staff. Starting as a clerk Two new schools NW broadcast
were over WMBM
opened 3rd Monday;
fly; WALTER IJOWlD in the Post Office t then going by the Board of Education ave Friday: and Sunday coming*,to \ '
1. :- : :' to the Registry, Miss Knowles on Nov. 16. His Excellency the We] are, gettin1f'ready around'the you by Miss Ella Moncur.' "r j ":'. "

, Governor officiated at the open !school. for the big, Classic'I Your reporter, '.:, .
, South':J3roward Post No 810will service Ing of the Lincoln Park Infant Para.de.:. In the parade the en-- I Rose Williamson ... ,.j.. .
Ifr meet.Sunday,,Dec..2, at the School and the Claridge Road .10-_ ____ '.
Chamber Commerce Build. '
Secondary School.
ing at 6 p.m. All members are The Mt. Olive Baptist Church, I : -1!

urged to be present. Alfred Watt Betsy Bay, Mayaguana, was Jeremiah Forbes, charged AT CLYDE KILL NS'KNIGHTBEAm

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Miss Valencia Gomez, daughter man at Matthew Town, Inagua.
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Nassau, is to be married on from a stroke 11 days before purchased 1,000 copies of the ,
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l PAGE 10 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1962 SOCIAL SECURITY ManagementPraised And Courts of

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11 whom It may concern: and Court meetings
;rrJ -sa- This is to inform you i, that will be held as follows: '
there are good people. I had
Y.'i. Artis Parks Court No. 59
AI Moirmum wmi w,11*omamant the pleasure offthe Mrs. meets Nov. 30 t
Markowltx Hampton Orange Blossom Lodge No. 16,
S Hous Gee, she's an Individual.I .
decided to retire Saturday, Dec. 1
Whether you've had an appointment with the Chancellor, Counsellor, Sun
or not, you should visit restaurant manager, who at day. Dec. 2 at the home of Sir
the social security office three the time was presently involved. H. L. Williams at 4 p.m.
months before you reach retirement However she came out very Royal Palm Lodge No. 84,
age. The social security cordially and introduced her Monday Dec. 3.
representative can help you. self. She toured main spots ,
r.y; Faith of Hope Lodge No. 32,
in many ways. For one thing with me and explained why the' Tuesday Dec. 4.
he can find out how much your manager was not present. But
By; ALBERT W. COOED Community Court No. 84,
retirement payment will be the thing that impressed me
Dec. 6.
HOW IMPORTANT ARE he that she told to order Wednesday,
retire can me
Important. Yes when you should was
you are. of the Valley Juvenile
p YOU? valuable informationto what I wanted and bill it to Lily
It is for you that things are give you Court, Wednesday, Dec. 5.
her. What
for yourself.If impressed was
you are done. help you decide me Gleam of No. 18
very Important Everything that is on Hope Lodge
retire whether
decided to she had no idea or notI
Yes you are. Somebody loves earth is for humans. You are you've thereor Thursday, Dec.; 6.
your If you cease to be, it would human, so everything is yours. he'll help you in claiming re was going to entertain Ahmed Temple No.. 2. will
tirement benefits for yourself not. She made me comfortable -
cause ,someone great Things move,because of have call meeting
sorrow. you, yet and members of family and at home which there I a soon.
Look up, be proud, smile, you if there are to Wa any changes your few like this. Members of these Courts and
who might get benefits on yourrecord. are places
are Important. You are a "King". in your life you must make whatever Lodges are urged to be presentat
You are a 'queen." Are you a them. You are very important. He'll help needed you get to I ate until I was filled. Fin- their respective meetings.
"prince?" Yes you are. Do this' Yes you are. Ah, all you need do with proofs claim.are For exampleyou'll go ally the manager came in very Sir. Walter L. Belle, DGC
make you a "princess?" Yes it now is find yourself. your probably need proof of businesslike discussed my mat Sir Robert C. Bowens, AGSANDREWS'
does Ah all need do
you ter and presented menus of various -
now is find "kingdom". Here is a poem for you which your age. He can tell you whether
your types which I was at liberty -
of the documents
most of any you
you may What
You are important. Yes to choose. JEWELERS
Your very you may not know is that these now have will do for proof of
you are. kingdom exists It
** real. Servants await call. words may well be the combina age.You Those two people were the EXPERT WATCH AND
your tion to the safe which containstne should check with yoursocial most cordial business
people CLOCK
luU nave out to "wish" it and it if, REPAIRS
security office even
keys of your kingdom: I've met. Really it's nice knowing
Win ue uone. You are very im- you plan to keep working. You I 40 Yean In liiulnee
: Meet them as I met
remain In exile
pu8tafL wny don't have to work
them. Meet Mrs. Markowitz All work
iium your Kingdom when you BE THE BEST OF WHATEVERYOU ly to get social security. enure-j she's guaranteedFR
especially character.
emu return to ail that is yours? Aim people think they do, a 3.0152

wily remain in rags when your"Ueasure" If you can't be a pine on the top losing social security payments. Zelma B. Black 303 N.W. 2nd Ave.
is so rich. Behind of the hill Some of them depend on neigh- I
utwoti uoors is the pathway to Be a shrub In the valley but bors and friends for advice. Of
jwur Kingdom An, all you be tne best little shrub ten this kind of advice is wrong,
iieeu do now is find your key. the side of the rill; and when it's wrong, it's usually I TV Service
Tnere-is a feeling within for Be a busn if you can't be a tree expensive. Calls $1.50
mote and better education. The a you can't be a bush be a bit Before going to the social se-
cuangmg world is demanding a of grass, curity office, it's a good idea ,,
cnaiifceu people, educated people. And some highway happier to call ahead. There may be I ALL MAKES-ALL MODELS
Witn every advantage in civil make, something you'll need to bring ,
Zduon the need tor education becomes if you can't be a muskie then with you. The social) security LARRY'S T.V.
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things better in the world one, lesser work to doI It isn't by you or 1.8024BARKLEY'S
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Be the best of whatever you arc.Sele'ted.
lot nimseif. if the nation is to near
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Raise $5,000The -

1 officers and members of St. Andrew's' ,Episcopal St. James Women

; St. James AME Church, along 2708 23rd Street I

with its pastor, Rev. J, B. Hollywood, Fla. Say Thanks
Blacknell, take this opportunityto Fr. Elisha Clarks Jr., in chargeSt.

I express our appreciation to Andrew's Church is celebrating .
helped to make
\Voman's its Patronal Festival
I'r our Day observance a
success. Because of the cooperation and Silver Anniversary starting
'r among members, patronsand Friday and ending Monday, Dec. 7
W friends we reached our goalof 3. The public is cordially invlt
$5,000. Not only was it a fl ed. The schedule is as follows:
\ nancial success but the activi Friday, Nov. 30 Low Mass
6:30 a.m. Solemn I Evensong and
-t ties were so well planned and
coordinated that the entire program sermon 8 p.m.; The Very Rev,
of the I<'t.
L. Zimmerman, dean
was one of the best in the
t Lauderdale Deanery, will be the
history of St. James. Our
man, Mrs. Margaret Reynolds, guest preacher.
and co-chairman, Mrs. Annie I Sunday, Dec. 2, 11 a.m. Solemn
Brown deserve special commendation Sung Mass and sermon, and the

.,..._...,.._-.. __.-.."_T -.. .._.......- for a Job well done. advent the men corporate and boys.communionfor Our vicar

will preach at this service'; 5
ntlers.. Temple Mt.. Sinai Women ALLEN CHAPEL..AME. p.m. the Patronal Festival Tea
In the church; 7 p.m. Solemn
ames Woman'say Raise $3,343.66The Rev. 0. E. Turner, pastor Evensong and sermon. The
> HeadWoman's Mrs. Clagett, reporterOur itev. Theodore Jones, vicar ot

of Mt. Sinai pastor and Mrs. Turner the Church of the Incarnation,
women Dap.i
". Day at Antlers i tist Church were successful in were honored with an appreciation Miami, will be the guest preach
temple this year is headed byt. I raising a total of $3,343.66 for program for the wonderful er,
Eliza S. Dullard as chair.an service they have given Allen Monday Dec. 3 at 7 p.m. the
the Woman's Day Mrs. ,
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and Dt. Vera E. Smith as Inez Dinkins, chairman of the Chapel throughout tnis year. A Patronal Festival banquet at n
-chairman. The date is Sun- drive, was named "Miss Mt. buitet supper was served. the Bethune Elementary School Mrs. Lillian Curtis general
ay, Dec. 2, 3 p.m. at the Elks Sinai" because her contribution We were honored with Rev. The iiev. James:: H. Hull, vicarof chairman of the Women's Day
ome, 329 NW 16th Terr. exceeded all of the ithers. She and Mrs. E. M. Blocker, Mrs. St. Timothy's Churcn and program would like to express
All Bills and Daughters ofle contrilAUed $150. bessle Blocker made the pre chaplain of tne Episcopal Student : her appreciation of thanks to
various lodges and templesnd senatlon.We of Bethune Cookman College -I all the many friends who help
friends are invited to join are looking foward for will be the guest speaker. ed to make their 4th annual
in helping make this an en ST. MATTHEW BAPTISTThe our pastor's return from the Do come and celebrate our Woman's Day program a suc-
yable and successful day. We Patronal Festival and Silver anniversary cess.
ave over 15 captains in the women of St. Matthew : with us! ...... -.u.. ur.uwruwr WaY-Yrn---
ace for top prize. would like to give special
Mrs. Irene Prat Wilder will thanks to all of our many
the speaker friends and patrons who helped Church of TransfigurationFr.
Dt. Florence is to make our sixth WomanTsDay .
'. Washington Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor
publicity? chairman; Dt. Jessie a success. Mrs. Christine Cherry, reporterWoman's Ellsha Clarke Jr., in chargeOn c4.

lIes, Dt. Ruler.HLIRCIIES Our crowned'chairman,"Mrs.Mrs. L.Woman's Clarke, Day at Mt. Carmelwas Sunday our vicar organized
\ was
for the a divine inspiration to the following organizations:
:: OF CHRIST Day of 1962" raising The Churchmen and "
that sat and heard Episcopal
largest amount of $222.50. Runners everyone J.
the St. Veronica's Chapter of
divine coming '
[SCIENTISTS -up were Mrs. E. Edwards, I thesu messages the Episcopal Churchwomen.
1 Mrs. M. Wiley and Mrs. C. from these servants of God.
Following the meeting the Episcopal
It The need for spiritual vigilance Ferguson. The title of "The a Churchmen sat and elect 14p
will be stressed at Christlan Willing Workers" went to the 1 1'w ed the following officers:
k; ,it Science church services Pulpit Aid Board. They raised President, Harold Mitchell;
|this Sunday. $407.50. vice president, Anthony SimonJr.
J, Keynoting the Lesson-Sermon We are sure that everyone .; secretary, Ebenezer Edwards p \ ; (
entitled "Ancient and Modern enjoyed both sessions of our ; assistant, Charles Adder ti r
ecromancy, alias Messmerismnd program. Mrs. Bertha Smith, ley; treasurer, Joshua Johnson;
Hypnotism, Denounced" Is our morning speaker, whose keyman, Johnnie Adderley..
(he Golden Text from Romans: sUbject was "We are Working r The Saint Veronica's Chaptermet

Iflf; God be for us, who can be With God." gave a spiritual up r.r l on Tuesday night at the< Y
against us?" lift. The drama, "The Great r vicarage for its initial meeting.The .
| One of the citations to be Judgement Morning," directedby T Episcopal Churchwomen
(ead from "Science and Health Mrs. A. Miller, gave the fin ti o have retained their same officers .
with Key, to the Scriptures" by ishing touch to a truly wonder. for 1903-01( with the exception -
Mary Daker Eddy states: ful service. q.t of one office, vice presi ___n_'_
i "Be watchful, sober, and vigil- Our hearts are overwhelmed, ; dent. Mrs. Maude Moncur was MRS. LAURA WILLIAMSThe
nt. The way is straight and our spirits have been renewed, elected to this office.
arrow, which leads to the un and we arc grateful to God for On Sunday at the Solemn morning speaker was
erstanding that God is the only having given us the opportunityto + Sung Mass 8:15: a.m. there will Mrs. Laura Williams.
Life. It is a warfare with the serve him. Y be the Advent corporate communion The speaker for the eveningwas
flesh, in which we must on Rev. N. F. Clarke, pastor for all men and boysof Mrs. Leila R. Williams.
|quer sin, sickness and death, Albertha Woodberry, reporterST. the church. Please be present., Special thanks to New Bethel
I either here or hereafter certainly See you in Church Sunday! Baptist Church's usher board.
before we can reach the

|goal of Spirit, or life in God." MARY'S W. M. Church of The Open Door

't",. II. V. Stuart, pastor ._ TEMPLE BAPTIST
BAHA'I ASSEMBLY Rev. II. C. McDowell, pastorA.
Mwa: Dorothy Major, reporter Mllfl. JE88IH L. SMITH E. McNeal, reporterWe Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor
Miami Baha'is will attend the Last Monday night our own Chairman welcomed into our pulpit
Baha'l Florida State Conventionto little Peggy Anderson was prevented May we say to our chairman, last Sunday the Rev Ernest A.joodlng Members of the Missionary
be held Sunday, Dec. 2. at by the Male Chorus of just keep on who comes with excep- Society, Mrs. Florence Hepburn,
the Sarasoto Terrace Hotel in and the Blossoms of Liberty work as you yourhworkers tional background of training, president, wish to thank friends
Sarasoto, Members of the Miami Temple. She was at her very have done, and I know there experience and Christian wit from the various churches and
Local Spiritual Assemblywho test and performed beautifully, will be a crown of life waitingfor ness. lIe has served congregational clubs who participated on their
will attend are: George The program was well attended. you; if only you will hold churches in Maine and anniversary program Sunday
Savitt, chairman; Mrs. Emily Patricia Kelly acted as M. C. out until the end. Massachusetts. lie has served afternoon Special thanks to

Bethel, vice-chairman; Miss Ida and did a very good Job. .. --.....-.... with the armed forces as Combat Mrs. Virginia Grant, the guest
Solomon, secretary; Miss Audrey Sunday the Lord's Supper Chaplain in Europe, China, speaker and Miss L. Rose, the \
Thompson, treasurer; Miss', will be administered morningand Burma and India. We were hapiy mistress of ceremony. '
Olive Alexander and Mrs. Lucille will be
night. Our pastor
to have had him
Buffin. in charge of all the services.We inspiring The choirs will sing Jointlyon
Agenda for the convention were glad to have Rev. 10 delivered a very Sunday. The Lord's Supper
will Include election of dele- Drown deliver our evening mes sermon. will be administered at t hie
will elect On our church bulletin last morning and evening services.
gates who in turn on last Sunday.
next year's National Spiritual sage Sunday everyone was very Under the direction of Mr. R.
Assembly. Since the 1963 National pleased to have seen a pictureof Hepburn and with Miss Elsie
Convention has tteen NEW PROVIDENCERev. our future church. Douglas at the piano, the Male
cancelled due to a special Baha'l Circle I met at the homo of Chorus sang at Central Baptist j
World Congress, which will be C. J. Durney, pastorSis. Mrs. Eura Vance Williams. Church, West Hollywood Sun. s'
held in London, England, April Claudia Wilson, reporterWe Plans were made for collectionof day morning. The occasion was I r
28 to May 2,. 1963, delegates had a grand time throughout clothing for migrant workers Men's Day.
will vote by mail.BETHEL the day Sunday. Words of collection day December 1 at J
Men's the parsonage. They will also t
thanks concerning our
have after church
on display
BAPTIST Day will be given later. until Christmas in the Educational The Household of Ruth will
Richmond HeightsRev. Sunday is the final first Sunday Building, articles suitable hold memorial service Sunday, j
L. R. Ross, pastorTo in the year. We will be look. for Christmas gifts. The articles 3 p.m. at Temple. ]
those of you who missedour ing forward seeing you in will be custom made and with

annual Men's Day program, services. those beautiful religious motifs.
sick and
you are now informed that you Remember the the loss Plan to attend church every MT. CALVARY BAPTIST
really missed a treat. Our guest who are grieved over Sunday of the Advent and
speakers were excellent in their of their love ones. Visitors are Christmas season as special ser> Rev E. M. Thomas, pastor
presentation. The morning and always welcome. vices are planned. Sunday, we Phyllis Myers, reporter
services resent'ed will have reception of new
crow The No. 1 choir had a pleasant {
to a capacity Guest GREATER ST. MARK P.B. members and the Holy Communion .
participants readily gave their will be given. surprise last Wednesday night,
time and efforts to make this Rev ... L. Johnson pastor Visitors are welcome. Nov. 21. They had a Pre-
Thanksgiving dinner given by
endeavor succes. Thanks go Mae Scott reporter
a Ruthle ,
Mrs. -- 0\
Mrs. ewin. The old bird
to all who participated in this Sunday Is Holy CommunionDay MRS. It. II. LEE NEW BETHEL BAPTIST was served with all its trim- ofI

memorable occasion.services are always at the church. Won't you Morning Speaker 1571 N. W. 68th Terr. I mlngs enjoyed by all. The choir
The opened worship to the public each come and worship with us? We Remember the sick and shut- Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor thanks Mrs. Lewin very much. 1

and every Sunday. We are confident can't eat enough wonderful Spiritual Thanksglvln food. In every where. Deacon Fred Williams, reporter The Willing Workers will .. I
of the fact that after at- We had a "Searching the Almighty, we "
service. The guest speaker meet Sunday, Dec. 2 at 4 p.m. i
tending our services you will' Rev. Ira McCall, spoke from "If : MT. AARON BAPTIST cannot find Him out. He is excellent < They are Inviting the entire f:
a certain amount of not Hold Out Deliverence Will In power and Judgement, congregation and friends to
teal enjoyment You will You Come." 1701 NW COth Street and in plenty of Justice." come out to their demonstra- f
know what you have been missing Surely of the Women's Rev. McCrainer, pastor The No. 1 choir will render ion. '1:
The president
untU you have attendedour wish .thank all-of The junior choir will celebrateits music on Sunday and our pas
services. In behalf of the Auxiliary In the Fashion lit anniversary on November tor will deliver the message. We are praying for all sick

members of Bethel Baptist, I the Show participants for helping to make this 25 at 3 p.m.. Come out and hear Please visit the sick and members to have a speedy re m"

,extend to you a most gracious event successful. Visit the sick. them sing. shut-ins. covery.

welcome. J

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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. IN MEMORIAMIn ren, ,two brothers, five .jsUtera.
Arrangements are. .incomplete..
PAGE 12 SATURDAY) DECEMBER 1, 1962 loving memory of my DEATHS, .-- i ;f 11 '
dear hu lAmd the !late Funeral services for Mrs Lu-
I ,\, cinda Parrish of 1401 NE 153rd '
Terr., were held Nov. 24;'2 'p.m.:

1- CARDS MEMORIALS at Oak Grove Baptist, Church,
Rev. W. Henderson, pastor..
::: MRS. OTIS JOHNSON, 818 .' :I. t
NW died
.. 5th Ave., at home Nov. .
-. 20, She is survived\ 'by her husband .''- "t ," (

I ( ':CARD OF THANKSThe CARD OF THANKS three, brothers Curtis; seven Arrangementsare children; Francis' ''I ; ,: Y,;..

'. family of the late The family of the late, :: Incomplete. WILLARD A. CAREY'"of'327S' 1 1
REV. ALLEN FERGUSONwho Charles Ave. died Nov. 22.'Re
departed this life November MRS. WILLIE MAE KNOWLES mains 'were taken to :Key: West
8, take this method of ex died Nov. 22.. Services' were conducted on Wednesday, Nov 28 for final 1
,. .. pressing our sincere thanks Arm in the chapel Thursdayat rites on' Dec. 2: Survivors..Include I
!o, and appreciation to the neighbors 330: pm. Rev. F. L. Smith, his wlfe: Nathalie;; two
I and friends who were so a. officiated, Her survivors are' .a daughters, Mrs. lantha' Brown
kind during our hours of be- daughter, Mrs. Etta Mae Butts and Mrs. :Cbpelyn Hawkins: ;; a
revement. with whom she lived at' 1219 brother, Irvin and other. .relatives
Special thanks to Rev. N. F. NW 1st Ct.;; Mrs. Annie Will .
Clark, pastor of St. Matthews Gaines, granddaughter, and: 8
Baptist Church, and the Range great-grandchildren., BABY BOY HUMPHREY, son
Funeral Home. of Mr. and Mrs.: Jessie B. Hum.

Mrs. Ida FergusonAnd GEORGE PORTER, 2001 NW phrey Of 1210 NW 59th St., died
Family 74th St., husband of Sarah" Martin Oct. 25/Graveslde services were
: ___ died Nov 2$. Other survivors held Frtday, Nov. 30.JEFFERSON .
F FY mclude'a son, three brothers
--------------- and sisters.
: CARD OF THANKS He will be sent
JAMES A. WHITE. to Glenville, Ga. Friday night Range
who departed this life on November I I I
The family of the late for services and burial.
I who departed this life Sunday May Leanna he rest White in peace.wife JOHN W. BOWERS, 1529 NW 5431 Walnut St., Philadelphia,
I Nov. 18, wish to express our 6th Ave., was found dead Nov. Pa. was pronounced dead on arrival
And Family
sincere thanks to all friends 23. He was sent to Milledgeville, at Jackson Hospital Nov.
and neighbors during our Ga. Wednesday for burial. His 20. He Is survived by his wife,
hours of bereavement. Thanks IN MEMORIAMIn survivors are five sisters and Edith of Philadelphia: He was

'.f e. you for your flowers, cards, I two brothers. shipped to Philadelphia. -on Nov.
-- ------ ---- -- telegrams, cars and all other sad but loving memory o 26 for final rites.
HORACE "Tank" MANUEL kind gestures of sympathy I' our dear father fALBERT J DAMI'IER whc

wish to thank their many Special thanks to the Rev. d ---- resided at 3071 NW 60th St. THOMAS WILSON of 372 NW
friends, relatives and neighborsfor J. liurncy and New Providence died Nov. 27. He Is mourned by 70th St.. died on Nov. 22. He is
their gratitude during their Baptist Church and Rev. Wig his widow, Beulah, eight chit survived by his wife, Christina
hours. of bereavement. gins and Bethlehem Baptist Dixon Wilson. Funeral services
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Church also the Range will be held Dec. '1 at
". Manuel Sr. Funeral Home. 10 am. in SaturdaYi. He will
May God bless each and CARD OF THANKSThe lie in repose beginning at noon,

IN MEMORIAL' everyone of you. family of the late, Friday., ,
Mr. and Mrs. James OFFICER JERREL E. '
In sad but 1: loving memory of Denegall. brother andsisterinlaw FERGUSONwho NORMAN BUGGS of 1654
my dear husband. departed this' life Nov. 7, NW 5th court, died Nov. 25 af
Mr. and Mrs. John Tillman, n 9Aa 1962 wishes to take this timeto ter a short Illness. He was a'
nephew and niece thank the entire Dade and well known Miamian, havln
neighboring counties for their lived here for 40 years. He t.*

final tribute paid ,to one who survived by a son,. Albert T.'
CARD OF THANKSThe gave unselfishly of himself. We two grand children, a great
:W ik wish to thank the entire city grand child, three brother-
family of the late of Miami Police Dept., the Rev. Kelly; William and John C.
MRS. ADELLA COLLINS H. W. Moss for a meaningful l Freeman. Services are being
: .ji;_ wish to extend to all friends, eulogy, and all the friends who conducted today at 3 pm. at
neighbors and churches our a sent cards, telegrams, flowers Greater Bethel AME Church
sincere thanks and appreciation and donated car We wish to with Rev. S. A. Cousin, offic'r'

d ,y".v during our hours of bereave give thanks to the entire staff ting
ment. Thanks for your prayers,, of Bain's Funeral Home for. untiring .
calls, flowers, cards, telegrams, ,v.. t service rendered., MRS. SUSIE GORDON of
donations= and letter and all the -- Prayerfully yours, 6242 NW 14th Ave., died at her
kind gestures of sympathy. MR. JOSEPH LESLIE Mr. and Mrs. Prince residence on Npv. 26. Mrs. Gor
May God bless each and who departed this life November don was a well known Miamian
everyone of you. 27, 1961. having lived here for 48 years.
0 children 4 sisters
Now the laUourer's task Is o'er ,
She is survived
The Family by a son, Wil
3 brothers
Now the battle day is past, host of relatives, uncle and a liam T., and a sister. Mrs. Ma
Now upon the farther shore, mie Strother. Services will be
Lands the voyager at last, conducted on Saturday at 3:30::
< fs IN MEMORIAMIn Father in thy gracious keeping IN MEMORIAMIn pm. at Mt. Tabor Baptist!;
Leave we now thy servant Church with Rev. P. S. Brown
sad but loving memory of Bleeping. sad but loving memory of officiating. She will lie in re

my MRS.dear wife MELVINA, TAYLORwho The Children our dear husband and brothe, chanel.pose Friday. at 4 pm. in the

FINTON MONROE departed this life December -

I who departed this life Novenv 3, 1960. CARD OF THANKSThe LUTHER SYKES of 2387 NW

her 30, 1960. 0, my dearest, I miss you so, family of the late, I I 57th St. was pronounced deadon
I love but God loves
May he rest in you you arrival at Jackson Hospitalon
Loving wife, May Monroe best, I Nov. 27. He is survived by
"" Mother and father-ln-law Your tolls and trials have a son, Tyrone two daughters,
;. And Daughter ceased, Claretha and Claudette
a step
r-' I 0, may light perpetual shine son, Nathaniel Coplin and a
i upon you for evermore, because daughter-ln Mrs Lillian
God said there is rest for the Jean Coplin. Services will be

family of the late, I weary.Willie held on Saturday at 1 pm. in
r l IJ 1t E. Taylor, husband the chapel. He will lie in repoov
at 3 p.m. on Friday.J. .

W. Johnson Enjoys
YaAi family of the late
d ac ...... .............._ ..... I
AE WeekJ.
1R' !
_' W. Johnson Elementary
'(1 ... \ School enjoyed a very success-
U 1 ful American Education Week.
$ '1 ry.yW The children enjoyed the'' speak.
1 .
p t M 1 ,1 f ers and seemed to be
Y'6 Merl A L".91 enligmen-
.\ t' ;
.\ >- j ed by their talks.

1 C. FERGUSONwho Many'parents. visited the
nR a z departed.this' life NoVem- school during the. week. They
_...._. ."......,-.....M.. -_. ber 26, 1961. were Impressed.
MRS. MAUDE STIRRUP God hath not promised skies
BROWN always blue, A Poster Contest was held
who departed:: this life Monday, Flowers strewn pathways all during the week which Included -
Nov. 12, wish to express thanks our lives through, 11 posters prepared by the
4-: and appreciation during its God hath not promised sun children. The poster project was
under the
hours of bereavement. Thanks without rain. supervision of Mrs.
tj '* for prayers, calls, flowers, cards, Joy with sorrow, peace without Iona Dukes, art teacher. Grade
telegrams, cars and all other pain, one won first place in the con-
iRS.-GLADYS HERNANDEZ kind gestures of sympathy. But God hath promised strength test, grade four won second and
Who departed this life Nov. 13, Special thanks to Rev. John for the day, the combination grade one and
In Park L. Johnson, Miss Helen M. two won third. All other classes
Asbury N. J. wishesto Rest for the labor, light for the
take this method of expres Dorsett and Range Funeral way, won honorable mentions.
sing their sincere thanks and Home. .. Grace for the
help The
judges for the
appreciation to the .. May God bless each and contest
many ----- every. above, were Paul Roberts, Mrs. Essie
friends and neighbors for their MRS. MARY BELLE one of you. She Is survived by: Unfailing sympathy, undying Estelle Bowens, Offi
Mrs. Lenora Sands BUShbMISS
kind expression of sympathy MARSHALLwho love. Harris and Arthur
during their hours of bereave daughter We loved dear
you but God King.
this life Nov. 19
raent.frtMany. departed:, Arlington Sands, loved you best. Sleep on and
,, thanks to all who sent 1962 wish to express sincere Son-ln-law take' your rest. The Dade County PTA Council

flowers and cards. Also those thanks neighbors and and friends appreciation for prayers to* Mrs.. Leotha S. Harrell, Mrs. Ethlyn V. Ferguson, will be held at the J. W.
who gave words of sympathy. Jennifergranddaughter wife Johnson school Friday Nov. 30
calls, flowers, cards, tele- Miss
v May God bless each and everyone grams, letters and donationsand Milton, Samuel Vandersonand at 8 p.m. All PTA members and
of you. granddaughter Stanley, brothers friends are invited to attend.
all the kind expressions of
: Mrs. Ruby Hunter, Mother Arlington Sands, grandson Olive Williams, Corine We would like to make this
Corbett Stewart, son t> sympathy. James Stirrup, brother Munroe and Margaret !meeting of the biggest and
:t!,*. Mrs. Sophie Burrows, sister May God bless all of you. Glaston Stirrup, brother Ferguson, sisters .best to date."Remember. :
-1-1'j ? Mrs. Mary Tyler sister James Marshall, husDtn Mrs Ruth Franklin! sister And Family / grand son-in-law friends child."


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apart. HOUSE and lot on Wett Street,
ment -
Large rooms private Nassau., Bahamas. Lot 80 x 100 I :
all parking& vast ,? machine and and house can be rented. Reasonable Teen Age Dance '''-
conveniences. No Announcemanl : :
children price. Call OX -;
1323 NW 58th 60796.CORNER
.:FOR l :RENT Terr. j Record Hop

NEW CBS. Tile roof garage, After CIasic Parade25c The Crusaders Drum and
Thls.2.story. 2.family bouse is DUPLEX
bedroom, awnings appliances., air condit 5&::8 is taking
most beautiful house in Liberty large p.m. Bugle Corp now new
the Itvlnt room, tile bath loner, l&th Ave. Game 50c
City. To appreciate its large electric kitchen. $65 i members age 12 to 20. Minimum i
month $400 down $76 month.
beautiful rooms one must see 3142 NW 61st St. Key next door.. pays closing costs. Life Owner i I ,10 pm.1 a.m. height 5 feet, 2 Inches. Monday
the inside rooms the,,grounds, WI 5-1137. Realty, LONGSHOREMAN'SHALL
new metal fence all around the 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL IM371. i 7:30.930, boys. Equipment fur-
house carpeted stairs 2nd floor. nished. Casey L Lewis direc-
First floor 3" bedrooms, with 2 1-BEDROOM furnished ant F U L L, Y FURNISHED CBS 816 NW 2nd Ave. I tor.
baths, living room, kitchen, Fla. Water and lights free. Inquire large fenced :yard fruit trees. [ ,
1721 NW 57th St. Freshly -- -
room. Large clothes closets. Second painted sharp. $400
floor :2 ,bedrooms,, with 1 down, $71 per month. Owner
living room, kitchen with $18 PER WEEK. 6 room un pays closing costs. Life Realty,
large clothes closets. Safety side furnished house 3380 NW 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL SH371. Open 1 5 Daily
stairs to groUrtd. PJpetIn\ City 52nd St. HI 6-12G6.
pas, low cost (no bottled gas.) NO QUALIFYING. 3 bedroom .
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J It.f Muslims Can Grow Only If Whites Phil Ossofcr ,

: I finally heeded the Jaycee

1 f1! $ : I I! Continue To Deny- Negro- Rights- call(Junior to install Chamber seat of belts Commerce in my) I If

'II' NEW YORK Jackie Rob. the Muslims, Robinson said Negroes car, having stalled the installation ,
t i: Inson this week urged white'i accept the group's right'to too long. These belts come
f 1'' dislike whomever they In many colors to match your
people to concern themselves "but object to its use of
please car, and no matter: which color
'j i I' more with removing their own to deny another per you choose, they will save you 3 Ylr c1o
l prejudices than with the I/lack "
son his right as an American. from getting black and blue In i w
doctrines of the
} supremacy
accident. This that D
I Muslim minority among Negroes lIe added that he sees no an stomach proves I
belt on the can preventa t
the Muslims should t
reason why
belt the head.
not achieve their desire for a r.s
"The Muslims can grow only separate state, "provided they belts Inexpensive
I Safety are
if the denial of human rights
have the means. 1j
insurance and
they keep you 1t
continues against Negroes, the
law the ,
from breaking
former baseball star declaredIn He noted that "In America,
must not leave
the current (Christmas)) Issue we are supposed to have the the that says while you It Is in motion.
of McCall's magazine. right to live where we please." Wearing car them, you'll never be t f

Robinson said he believes Robinson advised his white subjected to being ejected from t
"the great majority of Negroesare concerned about them (The your car
as opposed to black supremacy questioner not to be "more They should be named life f
as they are to- :white Muslims) than you are about belts. They help you keep your 1
supremacy" the White Citizens Council or head aUove your shoulders, and 1
the Ku Klux Klan who preach enable to buckle down to
lie said the appeal the Muslims you

violence, while we have no
safe driving.. We had two sets 1
have achieved stems from ,
the fact that prejudlcel peopleuse proof violence among the put In the front seat. I call
Muslims. 1
them my life saver and my wife
color basis for
race or as a
human dignity, thereby encouraging "The American Negro Is as saver. We didn't have any installed 1
sympathy some of any group In America, but Just in the rear seats. Why 1!
among" II as there are fanatics In other should we protect back-seat
the masses of people.
races, we have them. White drivers? 1
Answering question about
Americans should not tie so 1
concerned with a small group Seriously, the Jaycees shouldbe
'of people that they become pre- commended for their public
all service in this work of safeguarding
New Urban League udiced against he said.
us drivers.

Board MembersThe The Dade County Health and ver Is the new president of the

Fred Sanders Dugie's Guest HouseThe physical Education Teachers association I
Greater Miami Urban Association honored Its past
League Board of Directors at GOLF RANGE
Hi regular monthly meeting, house of clean roomsOpen president, Mrs Verneka A. Silva -

Nov. 14 accepted the following' 1750 N.W. 28th St. 24 hours NE 4.3851 at Its annual dance on Friday
persons whose terms of office Nov. 16, held at Gayfront
will expire in 19G5': Mrs. Hazel NE 3.9439 Seeing is BelievingSee Park auditorium. Shown presenting

Alfred, David Dobbs, J. B. us for clean rooms the beautiful plaque to !
Pledimonte, Mrs. Allen Ruth. Two teaching pros Jamaica Mrs. Silva, Jot her, vision, leadership AN
chlk, William Smith, Donald G. Dugie, always a an 1ortgservice Is
Tatem, John Wilcox and Mrs. FRED SANDERS friend Melvin Fox head of,department
W; H. Murrell. PETE MORAN 2941 NW 47th St., Miami physical education, North Dade
D15 INDP High School Mrs. Silva, state SERVICEWilliam
Other Urban League Board secretary-treasurer and a mem-
members include the following: Her of the state executive committee Pinder Sr.
Officers: Dr. I. P. Davis, presi which spearheaded the ,
dent; Melvin R. Jackson, vice; Investigate Without ObligationCareCraft annual workshop for health, Professional Piano Tuner
Mrs. Louis Glasser vice; Gary physical education and Driver And! Repairer
A S 1zmen, vice; Dr.., h A. Ward, education, Florida A&M University -
treasurer and Mrs. George Da School for Nurses Aids now serves as assistant 1935 N.W. 153rd St.
vidson, secretary. principal for guidance at O. W.
Fall and Winter Classes Carver High School. Robert OpaJocka
The Urttm League Is an Interracial FormingTen Simms, head of physical education -
social work agency department O. W. Car Phone MU 8-3770
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Delta Sigma Theta Launches Nathan Young Again Bunche Park has by The Cheryl following Marcia letters McCleod written was!
I shown that Thanksgiving Is a randomly chosen from 20 welFwritten
time of givIng 'tby carrying out letters: ,<
School ActivitiesThe '
Scholarship Drive Its annual project of glvintr Dear Committee Memebers:
Thanksgiving baskets to the I have enjoyed this week's!
Nathan Young Family less fortunate families in our program and I am looking forward ?
The following are the three under the chairmanship of Mrs. met the challenge of change community.This to meeting Friday's speak*
chairmen who will lead soros Alice Pittman, plans to culminate with Its celebration of American each ers. From what I have heard'
of Miami Alumnae Chapter' this activity by MidJanuary Education Week. As a kick- filled three year baskets grade The 18 group baskets about him I know his speech"
Delta Sigma Theta SororIty Inc. 1 or early February of 1963. off for this event, we attendeda were delivered by H. Mitchell will tie entertaining.I .
fundsMrs special program at North
in all functions to raise Recipients of last year's
Annette McNeal, scholarship scholarships were Jane DavIs Dade School on Sunday, Nov. and Leo Thompson on enjoyed Mr. Day's speech"
} Miss Lorraine Sawyer, Marion Walker, Patricia Page, 11 Thanksgiving eve.Congratulations and Mrs. Dean's speech. They
Yuletide Festivities, ,and Mrs. and Doretta Hill. Highlights of the remainderof to Oliver were both nice speakers. ;
Alice Pittman, Jabberwock ac i. Jane Davis, an alumnae of the week long celebrationwere Page, 3rd grader and Tyrone Joyed the program" called, "In' 1
Williams fifth for stant Education. I think the
tivities. George W. Carver : a grader cor-
Funds raised will be used to and Marion Walker High, alumnae School of, On Tuesday, Miss Juanita I rectly Identifying the titles and parents came out with a good
help support graduating senior Mays Senior High High are attending Humes, our librarian, spoke to authors of the books on the human answer is to the Instant best education teacher." ,The"A1'fI *
girls in their efforts to further I I Dade County Junior the group on the theme: "Life book quiz during Book Week. children acted out the play *.
their education. College. Long Learning Meets The Mrs... CatherIne. Wells, Mrs. I,well --
Two outstanding functions Patricia Page, graduate of Challenge of Change" Jenlce Rogers and Mrs. Lela I
from which these girls will I.I Northwestern Senior High Is On Wednesday night, a spec Boone, were books for their Yours truly, .
benefit have been planned for a student at Howard* University. ial discussion moderated by L. classroom libraries as a resultof Cheryl M. McLeod ,
December and February. : 0 Ivy, a fifth grade teacher, ex- their window displays having Sylvia Lambert, principal
Members of the Yuletide Festivities -|I I Enrolled at plored the theme: "School-Com been chosen as most appropri R. J. Vickers and C. Sands, re'
Committee met on last is Loretta Talladega College munity Partnership Meets the ate during American Education porters.
Thursday with Mrs. Dorothy N. Booker. Washington graduate of Challenge of Change." Panel. Week. The windows were Judged
Maxwell, president and Miss High. Ists for this occasion were: T. by a group of teachers from
Lorraine Sawyer, chairman, to These young ladies were also C. Jones and Mrs. Doretha Rainbow Park and Nathan B. DR. M. RADIN
plan the Yuletide Festivities.This participants in the 1962 Debutante Parker who represented our Young Elementary Schools. General Practice
affair will take place at Cotillion, which is another parents, and Earl Daniels and Fifth and sixth grade pupils
Bayfront Park Municipal Auditorium popular affair sponsored annually Mrs. Gladys Coachman represented of the Resource Class, Mrs. M. Obstetrics
Welnesday, Dec. 26. by the sorors of this the teachers. The final teacher, were Inspired by
The Jabberwock Committee, chapter event of the evening was Open Pagel EW programs to write letters 1159 NW 3rd Ave.
House and refreshments.On to the AEW committee.Mrs. Pone 374-1419

RAINBOW PARK the pupils expressed their Thursday morning, Mrs. Page permitted the classto Open dally 0 a.m. 8 p.m.

views on how effective teaching Ruth teacher N. for Polite special, a Homeltound educations'!I use a language period to ex Sunday 10 a.m. 12 noon

On Sunday afternoon, Nov. 11a helps them. spoke on "Effective Teaching. *
musical program, Our American
On Friday, Miss Margery
Heritage was presented at On Wednesday Father ,Elisha Conroy, director of the American
North Dade ir.-Sr.. High School. Clarke, vicar of the Church of Junior Red Cross and educational WILL .{
This program marked the beginning he Transfiguration spoke to us relations, addressed the

Education of the Week 1962-63 Obesrvance American in !about Community Partnership.On group standing.on" "International Under- NO CASH REQUIRED

Dade County schools. The primary Thursday, assembly was
would like to express our
.Education theme Meets for the The week Challenge was held Franklin supervised, librarian.byIrs.. K. vistors thanks to and all participants parents, friends for, 20 different plans to choose from ,
of Change. The Rainbow
Park Family has planned varied Pupils! teachers and visitors having helped us to make Am. I For information call i'
activities centered around fathered {In the cafetorlum to erican Education Week a sue
that theme for each day witness a beautiful program to cess.Mrs. JOE BURTON 4221 Hallandale Blvd. ,!
how us how Lifelong Learning Josephine D. Mackey,
Monday morning we were Meets the Challenge of Change. principal; Mrs. Hazel W. Mat
honored by the of Mrs.
presence thews, Highview Homes Inc.
Anna Sturmer, zone supervisor, Many Interesting current reporter; Mrs. Cynthia ,
who spoke on the topic "A Mod points were brought out by the Hawkins, AI W chairman;
ern Curriculum ended" the actl- oarticipants and the pupils performed I man.Leonard 0. Ivy, AEW co-chair Hollywood, Fla. Near Carver Ranches '
Challenge of Change. beautifully.

PTA meeting ended the activities Friday morning's theme was (Just east of Home Federal Bank} .1 1
on Monday night with "International Underetandlng Miami Times Ads
presentation of skills taught at Meets the Challenge of Phones
school by each grade Miami WI 5-0661 Hollywood YU 9-0113
group. Change." Get Fast Results ,
The cafetorium was full of parents r
all eager to find out their Although American Education
position in meeting the challenge Week is observed annuallywe t
of change. feel proud in saying that I

Mrs. Inez Fryson, curriculum this Impressive year was and the Interesting most eventful one, For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call "

assistant at Bunche Park Ele- yet.
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"Effective Teaching Meets the Barbara Farmer, Albertha Ruff,
Challenge of Change. At 1:30: reporters.

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