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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: December 8, 1962
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I 40th YEAR, No. 15 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1962 20 PAGES' ,10 CENTS r I



- Rattler-Tiger Bowl Clash-I Univ.Halts Of Enrollment Alabama ( POLICEMAN SLAIN': if rl



Policeman James F. Hines 28 in his groin.
Rated
f as Tossup To Block NegroesTuscaloosa of 1060 NW 62nd St., who had After the stabbing at 0:50 p.m..-
_. been on the Miami Police, Force Salter fled from the scene in'n '
1 "' for about two stabbed car, and police swarmed: Into
yearewas
.
Bye CHUCK, ;SMITH\ really the great event it is reported Ala. The Uni- Friday 'night In a fight over a the area.
t to be .and these visi- versity of Alabama, has closed barroom bowling Led Homicide Detectives
The world famed !"Moon Over tors have not been disappointed, the door on further new-student game. by .
A. J. McLaughlin Bob Utes and
Miami," glowing at Its'very best what with the festive atmos- enrollment for its spring semester After a 7-hour man hunt by ,
Ernie Bush foundSalter's
must take a backseat this week. phere which has completely enveloped apparently blocking three 200 policemen, the 36-year-old the officers
end in this tropical paradise as "Magic Miami. negro applicants.The suspect was captured.: Hines was car In front of a houseat
the almost actually famed Orange off duty when the Incident oc 1401 NW 55th Terr., where
Blossom Classic and Festival A crowd In excess of 50,000 move means that racial curred. a friend of his lived.
moves "front and center." fans is expected to file throughthe integration on the campus Salter Is being held pending
Since last week visitors from turnstiles of the Orange seems put off at least through I filing charges for first degree
throughout the country have Bowl Stadium on Saturday the present school year. I murder.
been flocking here to attend night at eight to watch the Dr. Frank A. Rose, university Funeral services for Hines
the 30th Annual ::Classic," as Florida A&M University Rattlers president, announced that were held Thursday morning at
the event has come to be affectionately renew their gridiron rivalry the office of admissions and J &" a Ebenezer Methodist Church Ii
called. They'vecome with the Jackson State College records was Instructed last Fri. 'tev. A. D. Hall officiating
from New, York from Tigers. The Rattlers, cur- processing ilncomplete Hines was the second Negev
Chicago .and yes, Los Ange- rently riding the crest of a 21. lay .tp stop) for the spring l>ollce killed by Negroes;; during;
,applications
les ,. '. td see If the Classic is game winning streak, defeated fcemener" from freshmen or the past four weeks; Jcrrcll Fermi ,
Jackson, 14-8 last year 'In the ( :33, was shot to death on
Classic to wrap up the natlnon- .transfer students.officials said At' Nov, 7 aa he questioned two )
title In neat University credentials lioldup suspects, '
al Negro 'grid a
their coach, from the three Negro -- ----".. .. ,
package for cagey 'l 1 1A
the legendary A. S. (Jake) Applicants are among those :
Galther._ which are Incomplete.

Just last week the Associated @L1-,
Press accorded the Rattlers
;,':' their greatest 'national honorto Early MiamiCitizen % r
date when the wire service
selected the team as small college -
national champion of '62 Dies Here .
Jackson won the Southwestern r ,

Athletic crown in mid-Novem. At 11:40: p.m. on Dec. 2, an- '
ber by defeating Texas Southern
other1 member of one of Miami'seldest
second to consecutive annex the title year.for the families passed beautiful- -u.;........

This year's classic has already 'v and oulckly into eternal rest. JAMES F. IIINE8 '
,Louise Chapman,
been 'acclaimed as the best yet Mrs, Mary ,1"
in the 30 year history of t h e iylfW of the late: Dr. William Homicide detectives said Arthur
... event and It I expected to draw I, Chapman. Sr., came to Miami Salter Jr.. 1520 NW 55th
1 1 the largest out of, town representation any yearn lure as a young St., admitted fighting with
ever Organized groupsare Vide and shortly thereafter He- Hines outside a bar at 1230 NW .
'expected to come from imp a member of Bethel AME 54th St. Salter said he used a I.
Cleveland, PIttsburg, Atlanta: Church, She was n member of penknife in the fight I
Dothan, _Ala:, Richmond, Va., h", original' Northwest Area nines staggered into a vacant
urunswicK, ana savannan. YWCA Board and served as lot next to a gasoline station at
Rattler Field GeneralJim Other out-of-town cities expected !rea?urer of that organizationfor 1250 NW 54th St. where' he collapsed I 4w1
to have representation include some time. She was a char and Wed to death. Police '''
Tnllla, former Northwestern New York, Boston, Hartford ter member of the Non Parelltudv said the knife had cut an artery It'fU ultH\'LT: ; Jit.
High star, Is regarded and Philadelphia.The ? Club. also charter member I
as the top quarterback for the traditional classic press of the first Garden Club
unbeaten and untied Florida luncheon held last Friday at Organized in this city of
A&M Rattlers who meet Jackson the Everglades was the initial was one of
State College in the Orange affair of the""long" classic week; surviving originators. Mrs..
Howl Saturday night. The cagey During,, the current ,week, press two Coleman ,Is, now the sole
TuIIls sparked the A&M 11 parties, luncheons, :and recep Ann member.
to a 1 1-8 win over Jackson in the tions have shared the, spotlight.. remaining
'01 rhiswlc. and walked off the These affairs have been held Endowed with a rich heritage
field with the Haulers' "most I I at several Miami Beach hotels from her grand parents and pa-
valuable player" honor. : :as well as hotels' in Miami. rents who pioneered African

..1.'J.a n'8lill"' '..... .Jr I It1r. ..... ._ ... .....' Methodism In Georgia, she fob Can. o
Towed their goodly; example: '
'hrou h early childhood and into .
college. At Morris Brown she
L4 : was church secretary, Sunday IcT" if?

; School member.teacher, and a choir ,yl

f 4 In terms of active participation' -
Mr,7, '2' 1 l ri ,she was one of the oldest
Communicants! of Miami's Bethel

; .! Church having maintained 'I1. /
1"r'4-
; Continuous membership for orT
forty years. Her first service
'n this church was as: Sunday -L _
School ,teacher
-She: was one of the'first-ladles; _
!
elected, to pass the offering w ,
nlates (In.the days prior to ush
) ). ''She. also worked Inother
fcr b/v TtJs : -41i
.., .
i capacities in the church Slain Officer Jerrel ? w. ,
.I.. i until her death at which time WELL *
she was serving on two boards. Ferguson Benefit RESIGNS. I

with Hers quietude was a and life simplicity accentuated Nets Family $1,617 ABBYSSINI ., i ': "

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Touchdown Twins' f '.\ \: 1 Business Man' Clyde Kllleru ''I''
1IURY FREES :;
has .1
I I who in previous years BAPTIST "
WOUNDED CON been successful with the .,
kIt
Robert ParemOrfl (left)' and I WOMAN' IN many '
benefits he's spearheaded ?. ;
helpful Rep. Adam Clayton Powell 1
Robert Hayes fright) are two IS INDICTED MURDER CASE now has the benefit (D-NY) will .week
of the reasons JTortfa, t&MUi1veraitvM for Officer Jerrell Ferguson to aa pastor of Abyssinia Baptist.
Rattler won ,the I I A"cbnvJd'n'parole wha -wa. A woman who shot and killed 'add to his list Clyde and Sam Church,. New York, City;,,!it was. !
a men living at her home Rabin worked side side *
Associated*PreIJa' .Ulan' coBefe shot down by police whip held. by on announced :MOnday,, J| I ))1
national grid title this wagon.Pawmore lug k' knUea( awoman's throat was found innocent of first degree the benefit along with Sgt. Nashof It Is reported that Powell in 'J
'' I* a 9J sprinter ana was Indicted Tuesday by the charges Tuesday by a Circuit the Police Dept. tends to resten from'hfc'Beat'ln I'
Hayes 18 a't.2 lOO-jard dash de Dadr Grand Jury on two Court jury. Shown'' above Sgt. Nash, Congress and" launch an Insurance ; I
Both nre expected to be charges of Mrs Rossle Louise Bentley Clyde Klllcns, and Sam Rabin firm in 'the West Indies.
rape.
mon.the forefront oi the Rattlennunttcl 3 t, of 5020 SW 63rd St.. had look over the check for $1,617
in fronnd attack when Alfred Anthony Hunter, '27, testified the victim, Cleo Byron from the benefit which was Powell could not''be'reaclie: '
the A&M -U" meets the? strong wounded by 11 police bullets on 46, had attacked her Sept. held on Wednesday, Nov. 28, at immediately for comment. tj
Jackson College Tigers In the Oct. '5 was Indicted for t w o .;1 In an effort to get money to the Knight Beat A church spokesman said that I'
30th annnal Orange BJosspm rapes, one allegedly occqring; 'replace his own funds which A wonderful dance and show Powell's resignation as minister
Saturday sfgfet |9 the on Sept 22 and the other"on 'I.she said he had.spent on gambling was enjoyed by the large crowd would be considered by a''rnwting -
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. THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. (Classic Kick-off Luncheon At Eden Roc I

PAGE 2 SATURDAY, 'DECEMBER, 1962
have a wide range. From ap- long list with hIS work during
Joe Garagiola is pearing on the same programs the 1961 World Series, teaming -

Narcotics Agents Nab Two Guest SpeakerSome with President John F. Ken with Mel Allen. '

I nedy, former President Harry His book, "BaseWall is a Funny .
200 persons are scheduled Truman, Attorney ,General Game," published by J, B.
Heroin Peddlers HereFederal to be the quests of the Orange Robert Kennedy and former
Lippincott of Philadelphia in
Blossom Classic and Festival Vice President Richard Nixon
narcotics agents nab they would waive indictmentby l Committee at the annual he has gone to Blue and GoldCub the spring of 1960, was an over
bed two suspected heroin peddlers a grand Jury. all-sports kick-off luncheon Scout banquet. He has night success. It is a typical
here last Friday. slated for Friday noon in the shared the dais with Frank Si- Garagiola mixture of baseball
Agent Marshall figures the Imperial Room of'the Eden Roc natro. Dinah Shore George Go- anecdotes, earthy humor and
Both men were ordered held heroin was worth in excess of Hotel. bel, Harry Herschfleld, George good common sense and it
for trial under $10,000 bonds. $2,000. He said the arrests cap- I Jessel, Milton Berle, George is going like wild fire from
ped a six-week undercover Former major league catcher Burns and many others."I coast to coast. It is the first
One of the suspects Robert probe. Joe Garagiola, now a TV and baseball book to become a con
Lee Cason, 30, of 1060 NW 62nd radio announcer, will be the guess," says Joe, "I have sistent resident of the Best
St. was arrested as he arrivedby "It looks like this "was the luncheon speaker. been to more Jewish Templesand Seller Lists, having achieved
plane at Miami International only heroin in town, he said. Protestant banquets than the distinction of appearing on
Airport from New York City. "The market is very" tight now, Everyone has a descriptionFor any Catholic in the country." both the New York Times and
Joe who has
Garaglola
I'm happy to say. : cap- the New York Herald-Tribune
Eugene Marshall special agentIn tivated the mid-west radio audience Another facet of Joe's careeris lists.
charge of the federal narcotics the banquet circuit and radio and television broad
unit here, said Cason carried Classic Press Hq. the reading public as a broadcaster casting. On weekends Joe ,and Because of his literary activ
more than 100 packages con aCterdlnnerspeaker-and Llndsejr Nelson do NBC .'Gameof ity, the players and umpires
containing a total of about an At Sir John author. The Week. During the have had plenty of fun dubbing
ounce of heroin. Variety, the show business week he teams up to do St. him the "Italian Hemingway of
Press Headquarters for the Louis Cardinals Baseball Joe Busch Stadium."
bible, calls him the "Italian
Willie B. Harris, 33, of 642
30th annual Orange Blossom George Jessel the New York has his own television wrestling
NW 2nd Ave., the second de. Classic and Festival are again Times terms him; a "gifted orator show weekly In St. Louis.
fendant, was arrested later In established at the Sir J o h n ; ;" the Pittsburgh Press says He has appeared on the Jack ORANGE, BLOSSOM
the downtown area. Hotel. "Joe has apparently reachedthe Paar Show and the Ed Sullivan
said place in the big time master Show. One of his Paar CLASSIC TICKETS
Harris, who agents Florida A&M University NOW
visits "Bestof
was repeated as a
public oC ceremonies wheel where he
worked for Cason had 200mllIllO'ams
relations personnel will Paar". Jack Paar says, "The
has enough stories to
of the Illegal drugin hand and entertainthe go ON SALENorth's
on to greet only thing I know about baseball -
around. He has become
a
his possession according to per
members of the
working
is that Joe Garagiola makesme
manent floating MC, steering
government testimony at a preliminary A is "
press. special press party the 1960
laugh. During
the Dapper Dan after doing the
U. S.
before Travel
hearing Bureau
scheduled for Friday evening honors at the famous Touchdown World Series Joe teamed with'
Commissioner James Mlnnet. around eight, although the press I Club in Washington ear Jack Lescoulle to cover the
Cason and Harris were bound room will open at noon. Tier In the week." "He broke Series for the "Today Show." 1104 NW 3rd Ave.
In 1961, he repeated the coverage
over to Federal Court on the applause meter, says the I
Heading the A&M delegation
and press Baltimore I(I for the "Today Show" with
charges of sale possessionof is Chuck Smith, directorof News-Post. His boy Ph. FR 9-8451
the heroin. The men said they public relations D. C. Col. hood pal, Yogi Berra, says, "He Frank Blair. Joe was co-
; broadcaster with Curt
could Gowdy
lington, assistant, and Ernest always make us laugh. I for the All-Star Game In Bos- Get the best seats NOW!

Fillyau, photographer. His speaking appearances I I ton. Joe Garagiola added to this
PLANS FOR CUBA

SF.T: LONG I I --


BEFORE CRISIS 1 .

Detailed plans to Invade Cuba E.
were Ret hv President Kennedy ,[ rr
and the Pentagon a full year
before the recent crisis pruoted.
a national magazine disclosed
today.In .
October 1961, six months I
after the Ill-fated Bay of Pigs
invasion, the President orderedthe
Pentagon to preoare stand.
by assault plans against Castro.
The top-secret plans were to
be used when and if needed.

According to a report publish
ed in the current Issue of Look
magazine, details of the invasion
were written down in loose
leaf notebooks. Then they were
locked in a safe in the Penta
gon's war room. .
The master plan took monthsto .
prepare. Changes had to be ,
made weekly by the Pentagonas ,
Russia beefed-up Castro's r f k 4 i. 4 yxa
army with rifles, tanks andguns I
said Look's report. Ala.
ter version of the war plan call.
ed for an invlsion force up to
100,000 men. Landings were to
be supported by bombers and 3
fighters, and hundreds of Navy
warships. ,
So exact were the plans that
Pentagon experts used comput from the FULTZ QUADS
ers to pinpoint every plane
warship and combat unit needto

The carry Look out report the invasion.also reveal. and the PET MILK COMPANY ,

ed that once the troops had
started for Cuba, President Ken.
his cabinet would take
sheer in the mountains of Golden Twist Bracelet
Virginia or Maryland. No one
could safely predict the Kremlin -
response to an attack on
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I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. President RUDOLPH PUL- HAPPY WEDDING Annlver Mays Glee Club

LOM was delighted to see so sary Greetings to Mr. and Mrs.

SATURDAY_ DECEMBER 8, 1962 PAGE 3 many of the local realtors and STANLEY NEWBOLD, Dec. 9. Presents Yule
members of the auxiliary at They have been married 29
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their recent meeting of the years.
;e" Program
Dade County Real Estate Board !

which was held at the home of under the direction .
Glee Club
Mr. and Mrs. JOHN BARKLEY.New RELATED BIRTHDAY Greet. Mays Miller will
of Jerome ,
1 his.; :. CMC) member Atty. Graves, Ings to ROBERT "Bobby" present the annual Christmas
was officially welcomed to the FORD, Nov. 27. program Thursday night, Dec. I

group. Mr. and Mrs. JUN- 13 at8p.m.inMaya High I t
IOUS (Rosa) FORTSON are School auditorium Goulds. The
lltat. enjoying the added comforts of BIRTHDAY GREETINGS nre I program will include the dra I II
their new home at 1440 NW extended to Ricardo Alexander ma and physical education de \J
59th St. Ran into that glamorous Blue[ Dec. 5; Thelma McDonald, I partments. This will be a program
- By BUTII N. POLITE EVELYN BOGGS SMITH Hazel Owens, Dec. 9; Helen you will long remember.Mrs. : .
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SCRAPBOOK GEMS. dashing hither and yon getting Trotman, Patricia R. Aaron,
Opportunity Mrs. Aranha's main interest last details in order before Martha Jackson, Rosalie Pat
Rid e s In Circles. In life was to organize a Children's .
catching a plane to enjoy
About 80 rick, Thelma S. Holmes, Van
years ago a humble Theatre
so that children Thanksgiving festivities with
Howell, Theodore N. Greed,
Scotsman
home strolling near his might work and develop an appreciation her husband, Dr. Smith whoIs Isabelle[ Poole, Jeffrey Ruther .
Darvel ,1.p
on rescued a boy for and
an under of education at
now professor
who was dangerously mired In standing of fine arts. This ford, Sydney Troutman, Cheryl ,
desire 6
Alabama State College. ki
a bog. The lad turned. out to began to take form in I960 Mlkell, Samuel O. Roger, Dec.
be the son of a nobleman who when with her husttmd AR. The "grim reaper" has beenbusy 10; Robert Randolph, Leo Jenkins
wished to reward the rescuer. NOLD, son of Mr. and Mrs. with his prophetic scythein Vera Wyche, Pauline SWillis i
The Scotsman refused midst which leaves Lillie M. Greene, Dec.
grati Arthur (Thelma) Aranha of our us
tude for himself but, agreed Richmond. Heights, she_moved to mourn the passing of the 11; Clovis Anderson, Eddie I3rv-
that the nobleman might help to Miami and began teaching at late Mrs: W. A. CHAPMAN.) ant, Lucille Williams, 12; 'Leila : S
him to educate his own son. North Dade Jr.-Sr. High School. Mrs. ROSA BROWN and many Williams, Louise C. Ross, Margaret ; :
This the nobleman did. The Prin. Charles D. Wyche ap others whose names we do not Benton, Colleen McKln-
Scotsman's son ultimately was proached her with the idea as have; but to whom we extend ney, 13; Percy Sweeting Mnbel ';+
graduated from St. Mary's Hospital one means of bridging the gap profound sympathy We are Neal, Barbara Rollins, 14. l; Sara
Medical School. His name? between the elementary schools nappy to know that Mrs. Al- Walker, Theodore C. Brown,
Fleming? Sir ALEXANDER in the Opa-locka area. bertha Carey, Mrs. Barbara Ruby King, Roberta C. Thompson k; t '
FLEMING, the discoverer of Hardnett and Mrs. Ella Gran- Angela Peters, Willie S 5 '
pencillln. Elated and already burning berry Williams are well on the thews, Catherine Wells, Mat'j _
with enthusiasm, she began road to recovery It Is goodto _
There is a sequel. During The Children's Theatre with a see again some of the colorful ,
World War II when Britain nucleus of pupils combed from characters who made the THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK:
faced its darkest hour, the grades 5 to 7. For the com avenue a popoular thorough. Education is the golden light
nobleman's son was stricken munity's approval and entertainment fare: CARL MITCHELL and that pierces the darkness of
with pneumonia. He lived because this group is present SANDY GREEN poverty and prejudice inequal- I
of pencillln. His name? ing "Hansel and Grete!." Mrs. allty and injustice, disease and
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Sir WINSTON CHURCHILLwho Aranha has worked diligently A round of hurrahs to "Bro. despair. It shines as mankind's
celebrated his 88th birth to bring this group into being JOHN II. SCOTT and JOE brightest hope for achievingthe Clarice Carnegay wishesto
day Nov. 30.SPOTLIGHT. Although living in Richmond THOMPSON for getting back permanent peace and universal announce the engagement of
Heights, and being a motherof into the streams of things prosperity that Is the her daughter, Barbara Jean to
two Hear tell that former schoolmarm of htened men Marlon Harris son of Mr. and
FEATURE. This she has very not found young this daughters venture, ROSA COFFEE, big around the world Mrs. Marlon Harris Jr., of Mo
week the spotlight Is focusedon time wheel in Elkdom Affairs, is in i bile, Ala. The wedding will take
MRS. BARBARA EDWARDS consuming or difficult even town to soak up the sunshine -Ralph W. Yarborough place during the holidays.
ARANHA teacher of Englishand though she was required to tra I
speech at North Dade Jun vel to the Opa-locka area on

for and Senior High School. Saturdays.This e ...., .
Mrs. Aranha is a native of Tal.
-- --- pillar congratulates this "
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lahassee. Her stimulating and gifted teacher I .'s II
early child whose! burning ambition haled
hood her beyond the call of duty ,
years in her chosen profession to passon BLENDED WHISKY.86 PROOF,65 GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS. 01962)
were spent and share; with others the SCHENLEY DISTILLERS CO., N.Y.C.

near and on esthetic Joy derived from actIng \. .
the of and dancing through the
campus
medium of Fine Art We also
FAMU with I congratulate her for helping
her father, the to develop in our children Most fas
late Herbert a sense of social worth. Truly,
Edwards and I a harvest there shall he in the efulfl
her mother. years to come. of
Mrs. Altamease James Edwards gift
who is a music teacher.At .
NOTES. It was quite a gay social
.
the age of 5, Mrs. Aranha, setting in which THE !
showed an aptitude for creative I Ij FULTZ QUADRUPLETS were year
j met by locals at the Ron '
M dancing and dramatics. The many ; ,
( main factor that lit the torch ey Plaza Hotel on Mia m i It
of dramatics in her life was Beach Thursday from 5:30: to ( ,
I the Children's Theatre originated 750.: Holding forth as official a liJ'
and directed by Mrs. Irene hostess was Pet Milk's public I I I
J Edmonds. Mrs. Aranha was one relations and marketing specIalists ,
of the charter members of this LOUISE PROTHRO. In f 'ii
group, and served as chorea town for a few days to see '
grapher. During her high school about her aunt, Mrs. Wiley _
years at FAMU, she was active Robinson, was good; friend --S : '
in many co-currlcular activities.She SARAH SCOTT STEWART. Be : r. ;

was president of the Dra cause of the urgency of the % t tI :. _
visit there was no time for
matic Club, played the French
horn in the high school band, visits and chats, she rushed \1. I p :
chosen "Miss Senior", was editor back to West Palm Beach : : ;
-in-chief of her high school where the AME Conference- r \
yearbook, and was president of was in full swing At this
the school's chapter of the National conference the Rev. Luscious .
Honor Society. In her Anderson was ordained and licensed s t r wyP
, junior and senior college years by the Honorable Bishop
she danced and traveled with WILLIAM FRANKLIN
the University Dance Group. BALL. This young minister, )
Because of outstanding ability, Rev. Anderson Is the son of :
chosen Mrs. Thelma Anderson who t
she was to become a t..
member of the dramatic and lives at G051 NW 21st Avenue, BUNNY 8AYai'Schenleythe Y
dance group which toured I Pt. 2.. Congratulations to son whisky for tasteful Y
Africa under Pres. Dwight D. and mother I I MRS. LAW. ,. giving, ; ..
Eisenhower's Cultural Exchange RENCE (Marguerite) ADAMSwas .: In decanters designed for gracious living! "
program. Her recognized hostess to Zeta Phi Beta (
dramatic portrayals in many Sorority Saturday evening. Mrs. I '
difficult roles, brought many Adams, a hostess of the first { P .
deserved honors. She won the magnitude. Her charm and ; '
1959 Best Actress Award in the overall preparations made the
play festival of the National evening a delightful one chensl
Association of Speech and Dra This brings to mind that all Eq
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ooe football lean among small colleges. And to their opponents x PHONES FR 1.8343 FR 3-5007
of Jackson. Mississippi; ; also to hundreds of gridiron -
fans who throng: oar city to witness the popular Matthew II Rnhmlnff, Funeral Dfrector.-Embalmer------.
orange Blossom C1a..Ci ac. It trill be in- the Orange Bowl Lewis Newbold. ManaguJuanl"
'steHtramtmiisiit", Saturday:
The Classic has become inter&atio&aL People come \ B. Hooks, Assistant Manager, ..'
not only from Southern: and Northern sister ticks, bat
from the Bahama ..LI.LI"'JUl UI .A''jy.A JrY1f:1rD':
and other foreign countries. u.4 .JX.& "
A major attraction of this event is the 132-pJece "r
University band in action. Thousands line streets, sidewalks -
and every conceivable spot witnessing; the parade
brA and the many interesting floats and cheering as they go ABCAUTO

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If there is a bigger event than the Classic among
Negroes in our country, we have not heard of it. Queen RADIATOR SERVICE
Our congratulations go to President Gore. Coach

Jake Gaither and the Orange Blossom Committee. Lucille Saunders, Bimini's 1 Hour Service Credit Available
May the Rattlers again strike successfully. beady with a striking smile -
awl warns maenetlc personality WHILE YOU WAIT
...
was selected Queen of Bl- Come in for free checkup
Metro
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going be real hard on property owners mini over a beof Island
with lots in unincorporated areas of Dade County. If i 4 beauties Miss Saunders will 8 POINT SYSTEM
your lot happens to be within 100 feet of any improved "represent the Island during Remove Radiator From .. Back Flush Engine Block
Check water & hoses
Car pump
property you will have to keep weeds down and other j'the Clawlc Day Festivities. Clean and Rod Radiators and RepairsTest
rubbish off it. On Friday afternoon she will Thermostat and Test Radiator for Leaks
If not, Metro's cleanup crew will do the job for you J jV. guest held of at honor the at a Sunlight luncheon Pressure Cap Paint and Install Radiator
All Work Guaranteed
and send you a bill for it. If not paid in 30 days a special j School of Beauty Culture at COMPLETE STOCK OF REBUILT RADIATORSOPEN
assessment lien will be filed against the which time she will be award-
interest property plus ...J 7 A.M. TO 5 P.M. MON. THRU SAT. J
at six percent. a scholarship In Heauty cul
You will receive a cleanup notice and given 20 days turn 6200 N.W. 27th Ave. Dial OX 1-2221

to do the job. If not it will be done for you. Saunders The pageant was selected at which queen Miss

the first of its kind to be held
Another police officer James Hines. has been kill- was met with such favor by
ed stabbed to death. This one in an altercation with the Islanders that it has now

Arthur Salter Jr., while off duty. Nevertheless it's a mur- : annual been decided affair. Mr to make Ella Moncur it an -. J SATELLITELOUNGE :
der. Just when will such killing cease? .and Mrs. Opal Kim of Miami;
We are firmly of the opinion that our courts are too Rerevd In the judges panel
lenient in dealing with murder cases. Life has become and will assist!: In entertaining I I
the queen while she Is a Miami
cheap. Heavier penalties might pre"entOme of our mur-.visitor. ..:
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Well, our legislators made another try at reapportionment L: Sears Roebuck Gives Now Appearing

but was unable to agree. That's another good Fla. Normal $5,500 I Every Nite
size sum of taxpayers' money wasted. The "Pork Chop" '
group is still running the show. SL Aueustlne The local
Maybe the courts will have Florida' Normal and Industrial
to decide just what the
Memorial College Watson"MAGIC"
apportionment wa one of Joe
will be.
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'tb4! nine Institutions of higher
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,ti; selected o share In grants-totaln :
$15.000 from the Sears Roebuck ,On Hammond) Organ

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THE KINO 0' HHARTS is I sports and entertainment. lov do youI'fl bo o If
featuring SAM and /DAVE, ersit'&lf. so, shake the,snow me dgri't: f, hello you
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along that famous swing 6 grown ':man br ed the
organ man, SAM EARL:and Springs and tee up a few..You'llfind
; w." "I I EAKRY BATSIUVWTTTTTTTTTl iC f price of a meal don't beg
TTTTTTTTTTTTTTII r TTTTT TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT his combo. Johnny Lomelo tells I a buddy there and lit steal it you need to
me his cluU houses the largest say! you are Just Irwtlme to see .
be in jail.
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Someone( said .Vl.v"tne World star:I attraction." This'great show'tealtieing'TIT'US'TURNER dance floor in the city So, the last round of'the 'CQRAL Be writin' next week.
!is s? St ge."' But since"wtf: All-, and i if you like lots o' room and a GABLES 'OPEN out%t the Bllt- address? 6740 you NW 15th Ave.My
cannot get intothe, act*.. for JTHE FALCONS wa held 'over swingln' tune, drop on over more Country Club unday .
those of you who are content, for ,the Classic Week by and twist on down. There must I still don't believe thls guy
to sit on the sidelines and fen- demand. Clyde( will popular be some golfers among you Goss can hit a ball 400 yards,
act as
Joy good top live entertainment ........
host to his friends
I will try and bring, to yaw'vla"this Wter-'CLASSIC many! at PA-afepeflar I .. ," .
column In the coming .
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An
SHOW impromptu
weeks a
penings interestingtfacts\1iapp* affair to take" place directly DOMESTICS REGITE&JPOW: :
entertainmentwlse in
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alter the Classic parade where
and around Greater" Miami. + 'many professional I entertainers Duo 'to' the season now openingo are ufRently 'In nerd

Classic Festival* time h 'a i;*'"will' gather to.'start'''the Classicweekend of cooks 1 housekeepers( nurse. iiinhls chauffeurs, butler*,
rollln'.
rolled around again so you: Drop by after
name it and you can find V it in ;:the parade and MEET THE housemen and couples. Also good day workers, live in and 'I ,

_Miami.____n_. -Tf. J vr>n- .Hto.. ... .1nnlrln..,"...... .nt.. I STARS. out ])(>sltloiH..
lots of pretty girls and brawny -
men, don't miss the 30th annual r
Orange Blossom Classic. IF_YOU STILL, crave more MARY LEE AGENCY a
Parade and Football game. Upwards delightful scenery plus top
of 55,000 people are ex- LIVE ENTERTAINMENT after 1711 W. Flagler. Street Phone 379-2386 I
pected to ,witness each of these the game Take a rideto
Hallandale and visit the famous .
events, so if' you don't have '
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game
NORTH'S TRAVEL BUREAU talk about variety, here you can
the have a whale of a good timeatin'
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now After the game dV
there will be entertainment thoroughly entertained by W elcome
plus ,
everything from MR. "MC"
throughout the ,
city lasting Iro
ATCH ROBINSON
to SHERRY
through Sunday that should TAX 'r
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make this CLASSIC
the liveliest
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in its 30 year history. MACK this place Jumps.
Back on the uptown beat you
otta stop by and see that ole Orange Blossom
Gotham Kid, the "SALTPORKAND
THE HAMPTON HOUSE on RED BEANS" man JIMMY .
the nite club whirl should be a REEVES at the CAFE SOCIETY .
must for the sophisticated en.i ole Jim lined up a Classic/ ; Visitors
tertainment lover The Coun how that'll kill you. Don't worry
tess of Song, the tutor of the "'bout the dough, Just go on (
Cryin' One, Johnnie Ray, the over and listen to this cat
sexy tease VERNE FRANK "Floorshow" WILLIAMS
BAKER will' display her fabu- blow.HARLEM t4 =>'
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lous original Imported .gown ;
creations while singing in the SQUARE has got
vibrant tones that h&ve, made the band seventeen pieces
her a top star the World over. of brass and class, The famed TINY'SLIQUORS
The tables are reseraVed for FAMU COLLEGIANS will play
this one and it is her last state- for the after the game ball sup
side engagement before depart ported by other "live" acts .
ing for England. 'sounds like lots of llstenln'
dancln': and fun. If you like the
organ and a spot with Just the ELGIN SPORTSMANN.v.r
CLYDE KILLENS, Knight right atmosphere and unique
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National Title At Stake In North-South Game SATURDAY/( THE, MIAMI DECEMBER TIMES 8, -1962 MIAMI FLA. ,PAGE. 7


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OB Classic Game lege The All-Star NorthSouth football Shrine game will Col. i Rattlers Cop W. A. '


Florida A and M University, the Florida speedster who tied get Its biggest promotional boost
honored several times this past the world's record for the 100- In Its 17-year history when, the Scott Gold TrophyTo
week in football competition yard dash in 9.2. Hayes, who cameras of the ABC-TV net
beam out the action
turned in his track shoes for a work to .
will endeavor to add still an- football uniform this season, is the nation from the Orange -
other laurel to Its record when considered the "world's fastest Bowl)', Saturday afternoon, Dec. Be Honored by A&I State 33.0 last Saturday.Tennessee (
defeated
The Rattlers -
the Rattlers meet Jackson State back" and Is expected to give 22.
College In the 30th annual Orange the Classic fans a demonstration It will be the first time that 100 percent 20-0. Otherwise the two
Blossom Classic this :Saturday ; of his speed when he runs the famous contest has been OBC teams have had two opponents -
night in the Orange from the halfback slot for the televised. Wrong ClubThe in common Southern
Bowl. Rattlers. In several this
season. Hayes has broken games loose The telecast will begin at 3:30: "Rattlers" of Florida A University, Baton Rogue,
Kickoff for the game Is slat and scampered long yardage Including p.m., Miami time, and will be and M University, Tallahassee, La., and Texas Southern Uni
ed for 8:15: p.m., however the an 83-yard sprint two viewed by an estimated audi unbeaten in the 1962 football versity, Houston. FAMU defeated -
spectacular pregame pageant weeks against Texas South of TO season have been named recip Southern 25-0, while having -
ago ence 30,000,000 people.
lents of the W. A. Scott II Memorial
will get underway at 7:45.: This ern. Stimulate ticket sales for its I to overome a fourth period
year's pre-game; and half-time worthy cause the care and Trophy, annual champ- deficit, 18.8 to conquer Texas I
show will feature both the 132- Senior halfback Robert Pare- treatment of needy crippled ionship award of The- 100% Southern 2818.Jackson
piece FAMU Marching Band more, A&M's leading scorer this children in the 17 Shrine hospitals Wrong Club of the Atlanta feated Texas Southern de'l I
and the -"twisting"'Jackson year, is right behind Hayes In the game is to be Daily World, Atlanta, Ga. and netted its only loss to
Band. the speed department Paremore, blacked out on TV for a 150 Symbolic of the Negro national Southern 1814.
also a member of the track
Selected as the nation's champion team, has been clocked at 9.3 mile radius of Miami football championship, the The 19G2/ Orange Blossom
small college (all schools) for the 100-yard()( rushing with coveted trophy} honors the memory -I Classic appearance will be the
team this week by Associated 611 yards for nine games. of the late founder-publish record for the John Merritt-
Press, the Rattlers attained the er of the Atlanta newspaper, coached Jackson grid Ironers,
highest position in the school's Undefeated and untied in 21 first successful Negro dally in who lost a 14-8 thriller to
history The UPI poll placed i games, the Rattlers have an the United States. Mr. Scott FAMU at last year's highest-
Florida second. i equally effective passing game was an All-American quarterback attended classic. Mr. Merrittwas
I attack. Miami's Jim Tullis is at Morehouse College in honored as 100%er "Coachof
But Saturday night will be the Rattlers' No. 1 passer' with the mid-twenties. The CocoColaCo. the Year" for 1961 _
the big one for both FAMU and lanky end Alfred Denson, his of Atlanta Is the sponsor of
the Tigers of Jackson State. chief target. 'Tullis, FAMU's I the award which was initiatedin Coach A. S. Galther's Rattlers
The winner of the OBC will be first-team quarterback, has 1963. have been named the nation's
crowned 1962 National Negro picked up 762 yards this season No. 1 AP small college team
According to Dr. A L. for IDOl while UPI the
Collegiate Champions a and scored ten touchdowns rates
mythical but revered honor through the air. Thompson, club president, the team second to Mississippi
that awarded Rattlers will be honored in Atlanta Southern in the small
is usually to the The FAMU Marching Band college
winner of the Classic by the Pre-game show will have a on Feb. 1 at which time grouping for the year. Undefeated -
Pittsburgh Courier (the nation's 75th Anniversary Salute" the 100ers will hold their 28th in the last two seasons, Fla.
Jamboree
leading Negro newspaper). theme. The halftime p geanthas' LW .K Ma salute annual All-Sports number of and has captured the Scott Trophy
been titled "Athletics on a outstanding in five of the 11 years that ft
Last year Florida won the Parade." Packson State Band 1962 sports figures. Concur- has been in competition. The
coveted crown by defeating rently with Dr. Thompson's announcement Galthermen shared the national
scored a hit with the fans last
Jackson State here in the Orange year with their performance of club coordinator championship in a 1954 four-
Marion 'E. Jackson World
Bowl 14-8 before a record tie and
gained undisputed
and way
"The Twist, is expected to
and Robinson
editor
crowd of 47,791. ports Ralph In
delight the spectators again. recognition of title 1957 and
chairman of the club'srating 1961.
This year'tf: Classic has all Reserved seats for the Classicare committee, reported the
the ingredients of a repeat per now on sale at all University championship. selection of I
formance of last year's thriller. Florida.
of Miami Ticket Offices
Jackson State's Tigers, who Dugie's Guest House
and daily at the Orange Bowl,
FAMU will meet second-
were threatening to score for
Gate 7. Bowl Saturday
Orange on -
the second time in the closing ranked Jackson State Collegeof
starting at 10 a.m. Talented Sophomore The house of clean room
will Mississippi in the 30th annual
minutes of the 1961 Classic, Ten thousand admission
general
field practically the same team seats will go on sale at Bobby Felts, former star 'Miami Orange Dec. Blossom 8. However Classic the at Open 24 hour NE 4-3851
,
this Saturday night. the Orange Bowl at 6:45: p.m. Northwestern High School Krid-
100% does consider
not
South Florida football fans I Saturday. der, has been one of the mainstays group Seeing is Believing
I the, classic, hosted annualy by
In the strong, Florida
will once again see the all !
the Rattlers as a regular( season
A&M University running game See for clean
American combination of us room
quay game. So I far in 19G2 each of
terback Roy Curry and end Willie DR. M. RADIN during the 62 'grid season.. A the teams' has 'played nine
sophomore, lac IN expected to Jamaica
Richardson. Last these Dugie, always a
year General Practice nee plenty of action when the games; and Florida has scored
two MIsslssiplans gave one of Obstetrics lUtttlera meet the Jackson State 378 points to 48 for its oppon friend
the most specatcular aerial exhibitions -
College Tigers 1ft the 30th an- ents. Jackson's record is 337 to
ever seen in Classic 1159 NW 3rd Ave.
nual Orange Blossom Classic 82. 2941 NW 47th St., Miami
play. Pone 374.1419 Saturday. Jackson walloped Tennessee IND*

Another attraction will be Open dally l> 'a.m. 8 p.m.
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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1962 PAGE 9 Coaches Get Watches AT CLYDE! J

Announcement that Royal i
Crown Cola Co. of Columbus, I
Ga., will award specially designed :
Rift watches to participants
In the '62 Orange Blossom Classic : 'JN1GT
: and Festival football game
marks another milestone |n 'the I I
30-year history ,of the event, a I
University official said, .' : Friday, ,Saturday,
'The disclosure made this
week by company officials, Revealed GREAT SUPER
that 103 Soverign, '-*>
watches made by tho Benrus t' 5
Watch Co. will be presented to
officials of Florida A&M (and
Jaskson State College, during q : 'j
I special ceremony scheduled' for
Ed ,Small, popular New York two Negrpes on the starting Friday at 5 p.m. at the Flamingo -
sportsman and night club owner I Hotel. '
CSmall's' Paradise, now run cage guard team Carroll this year All-City Presentation of the' watches, ki
by Wilt Chambcrlan) has hit lanky Don Williams and inscribed, 62 Orange Blossom k yt
town for the Classic with a The Integrated Raye, a 6-2 forward Classic -. Royal Crown Cola
crowd of New York friends. Junior Dade Coun Company" will mark the initial
Coming also ty College team boasts time that individual in
along was Buddie players
fourijsialwarLNegro,
-real, players Classic'competitionwlllrecetve ,
Bailatu-/: 'estatetycomrfrom They
played their first game !souvenirs.
Washington, D.C. This
group is quartered at the Everglades JC Wednesday also against Broward Company officials scheduledto
integrated with
one Negro participate In the
Hotel ceremony
on the Boulevard
on the team. Herman Wil. include J. T. Welch of Lakelandand
liams'who started'at Northwestern S. J. Phillips) of Tyskegee,
; ,; ': is probably the best
playeron Ala. The latter is a special rep
Although both Classic teams' the ,Dade team. Ray Thorn resentative for Royal Crown. : a ,
really did it up here last year, ton, who played at Bethune- S
(Florida at Airport Hotel and Cookman, is assistant coach. Greater Miami: Ikt
Mississippi at the Triton Ter.
race) they really live it up at Temple 769
two real swanky hotels on the I I Wilfred Bowe, Nassau businessman Greater Miami Temple No. _
ocean this year. The Rattlers spent the weekend
769 held a inspiring meetr'
very
have taken over the entire Flamingo here lamenting the outcome of I I I
:ing this week. The Daughters
at 58th and Collins'While the Bahamian elections. Handsome themselves' The
expressed as not
the Tigers will be at;the''-Seagull Herb Gaines, the Phillip being ,shaky because of the
on 21st and Collins. Theseare Morris ciggie representative, winds that were blowing. .
real first class hotels kicked off the classic week
with Members are asked to come Special After Parade
all the trimmings. spree with a cocktail party out and show that they are
Tuesday night in his villa at real Daughter Elks. When the 2-6 p.m.-
the Hampton House Isaac .
National comes to us in 1964 we
Tyndell is down from New Frank DuBoise Band I
are expecting to help entertain
Miamians will soon be paying you
York to straighten out his departed -
the ,
delegation.
more for their hooch, but the father's estate. ,
price hike won't, go into effect a W i 1" I
until after, thev s Bill Booker T. PTA "aJri
Rivers of the fame Rockland Chuck Smith, the versatile !
Palace is Clack in the city after pubrel man for FAMU, has outdone Meeting WednesdayThe
six months at; his business at himself this year in arranging PTA of B. T. Washington ,
Saratoga NY Al I Lockhartand the bill of fare for the High School will hold its I
Louise Protho, who handle 30th classic. Whether the gameis monthly meeting on Wednesday '
the pubrel for the Fultz Quads great or not the fringe benefits night, Dec. 12"at 8 o'clock y
and Pet Milk are in town at are the best in the historyof All parents are urged to be '
the Roney Plaza They threwa J. R. E. Lee's brainchild. present. S
real nice cocktail party at the i ,' : ;
Roney for friends Thursday 1 :
night. Al is the guy who once
managed the Mary Elizabeth WELCOME CLASSIC VISITORS!Il rCclUCry"1
Hotel here. I :
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. I r Mrs. come the Orange Blossom Clas-
I COUNTY Mrs. A. Glover and Rf'.'. Joshua sic, and all Famceans and for-
PAGE 10 SATURDAY DECEMBER 8, 1962 BROWARD Sclplo. mer Rattlers. And Famceans in
South Broward say, "Go get
'em again, Rattlers."
NEWS The Fire Truck Drive I* still
on in West Hollywood. Meet-
WALTER DOWBs
My Ings are held every Monday Classic tickets are on sale' at
w s w night at the Chamber of Commerce Bowe's Barber Shop until noon
I Building. Saturday. Come and get your
The South Florida Confer-
tickets, or call YU, 3-UU13.
ence of the African Methodist
Episcopal Church met Nov. 28 The Freeway Handicap ..
back into action
to Dec. 2 at St. Paul's, West last League Wednesday went night at Bunche Benefit Recital.
Palm Beach, with Bishop W, F. Lanes. All six teams were
Ball presiding. The pastors of battling it out. Bowe's BarberShop The Bethany SDA Church
Mt. Zion, West Hollywood and trimmed three games will present Jacquelin Croumel,
from Clover Leaf Sports Shop former Northwestern High stu-
Ward Chapel, Hallanda\r, have
student at Oak-
been returned. last week to be tied for third dent and now a
11. By ALBERT W. COOEB place. Our secretary, Theodore wood College in recital Sunday,
Among those attending the Blue now wears his Big Four Dec. 30, 5 p.m. at Bethany Jun-
THE ESCAPEESMy ours forever." We escaped. Try conference from this area were patch. ior Academy, 5001 NW 5th Ave.

darling wife, Marjorie, doing the same sometime. ..... ----- .'CI.
and I flew to Nassau Thanks
giving Day. We fled from the TilE SPECTACLE BELOW
drudgery of our so-called "nor For a while clouds passed by,
mal everyday life." Yes, we escaped -, said_ hello,_ and_--smile. ,Land
for two days; waved joyfully. Water gleamed
DEFINITIONTo cheerfully. We relaxed and en-
poyed the lovely panoramic
escape Is to move, to scene. Without fear of going
transfer from one place to an- down to Neptune to the deviL
other. We are transfering from we looked down and 'discussed"Davey
Miami to Nassau, temporarly, Jones Locker.". The sun ,
of course. Escape has other def came In, staying with us and I
initions. The preceding mean- warmed our hearts.
Ing of the word, should be con-
sidered for this is the way by LANDING
which we escaped. Once again the setting COMPLETE LINE OF CHRISTMAS TOYS
changes. We are no longer look- TOY UNTIL DECEMBER 23RD
TAKE OFF HOLD ANY
DEPOSIT WILL
I ing at life as if through a mic- SMALL
At this moment we are as- roscope. All that looked smallIs ,... 0
cending into the heaven. Minutes now as large, If not larger,
passed. Time stands still. than ourselves.
Now somewhere bewteen earth
and the unknown this airplane Here we are In Nassau. Once
Is. We are above some again, not better or worse, we NEGRO
people and on an equal level find ourselves in a rage. Yet
with others. we have escaped, even if only r WHITE
from one "rat race" to another. SPANISH SPEAKINGAND
There are those who are WALKING
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higher than we as others are CLEARING CUSTOMS '
above them. I Who are you? What are you DOLLS
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Smaller and smaller the Yes, we are. I am my mother's GABBY JANETalking _______ _"
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speaking. Almost suddenly, we .
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America Spreads Welcome THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. ,

SATURDAY DECEMBER 8, 1962 PAIGE 11 i

North American
Visitors Local Phillip 66 Royal 20 Club News ,.:. i

cuador is Beautiful Dealers Host Rattler :'(
roast pig we went to the arena The Royal Twenty Women's
for the bull fights. These were 'Squad Club met at the home of Mrs. "

;ountry With mom small but ferocious bulls and Four Greater Miami Phillip Rose L. Hall In Richmond Hts. 1
? on Sunday, Nov. 25.
anyone could come out the
60 Service Station
stands and try his hand at bull operators A highly complete report was
:hurches, MuseumsBy fighting. will be host to members of the turned in containing the detail
I
Simon "Pepe" Uribe of APSA Florida A&M University ed plans for the annual Christ .
GARTH C. REEVES Marching Band and University This
Airlines was the self-acclaimed mas party. extravaganza
1 officials at a dinner scheduledfor ,shadow the -
promises to previous
champion ;
bullfighter.We
A recent seven-day junket Friday evening at six at the fine affairs that are typical \\
Charles North of North's spent a very pleasant Hampton House. of Royal Twenty.
ravel Bureau; Luis Alvarez, morning on the estate of Carlos The affair will mark the Initial -
time that the famed Rattlers All members expressed
Mantilla-Ortega, editor of El grave
for Ecuatoriana
raffle manager Comercio, largest newspaper In Band has been so honored, anda concern for Mrs. Beatrice Jenkins ,
[irlines, and the writer, tooks I the country. He was surprisedto spokesman for the station operators who has been confined to .1
Into three South and three learn that I was a cnarter said that they were especially the hospital due to injuries received .1
entral American countries.The member of the Miami Herald's pleased to have the in an accident. Prayers ;
Operation Amigo, Inc. Ortega is band members as their guests. were offered In her behalf. ;
vast expanses of South in charge of Operation Amigo The dinner will be a part of
merica which has only been In Ecuador. the more than: week-long schedule -. Mrs. Vera Clarke has ended
ghtly. visited 1?y American of events for the Orange her hospital stay and Is progressing -
Jourlsts will surprise the aver: Another pleasant visit was Blossom Classic and Festival; quite satisfactorily.The .
Ice traveler with its breath-tak with an old friend, Jose Chiri- which will reach its climax Sat hostess was -warmly'' -
pig beauty and historical signif I boga, who used to be the Ecuadorian urday night when the A&M thanked by the members and
ance. Charles North pets a llama Counsel In Miami. He football team will meet the Jack- their friends for her many contributions
and tries his Spanish on an In. sent warm greetings to Mayor son State College Tigers In the to a completely delicious .
Pete Curras, sales promotion dian boy and his father in the Bob High and Police Lt. Lipe in Orange Bowl.Sponsors and satisfying evening.Mrs. .
anager for Ecuatoriana, Peru Indian market at Latacunga.: Homicide.A for the band dinnerare Ermatlne Holton, presi
Ian and Tan Airlines, and Alberto : Bunche Park 66th Service dent; Mrs. Ethel Peavy, reporter. -
Marinez, public relations the Twelve Apostles. The Jesuit visit to Quito University I Station, Otis Thomas Prop.; J. .
nan of Peruvian Airlines, had. church of La Compania is an revealed one of the oldest Institutions D. 66 Service Station, J. D.
_>een trying to sell us on South other ancient edifice of endur of higher learning in Thompson, Prop.; Liberty City I
America for a long time so we ing beauty. America. Although 75 per cent 66 Service Station, Lloyd Smith Miami Times Ads
decided to go and look. We're Our delightful tour of the city of Quito's 400,000 population Is Prop.; and Coconut Grove 60
{mighty glad we did. was supervised by lovely Adriana Indian, I did not see a single Service Station, Lastra Brown, Results I
Get Fast
Guerra of the Metropolitan Indian student.Woolworth. Prop.
Leaving Miami on a DC-6 Touring company. I
(midnight flight we made brief Co. Fetes I
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(Zone, and Call, Colombia before : Rattlers at SHOP AND SAVE AT I

( at Quito, Ecuador
arriving
[where we spent three days. ': BreakfastThe Booker Sweet & Gro
; : Florida A&M University DShop
BEAUTIFULAs i
[QUITO IS 'V football team will be the guests
our plane cruised over 1( of the Woolworth Co. of New -
Ecuador the friendly pilot let York City at a special team
breakfast Booker & Gordon Market
us get a birdseye view from the scheduled for Saturday t
morning at 7 o'clock
at the
| cockpit of the majestic snow-
Flamingo Hotel.
Groceries Meats School SuppliesFREE
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crowned volcanoes and the sea The Rattlers meet Jackson -

of steaming green jungle below. __._u. State College of Mississippi in ,DELIVERY

Quito has a scenic setting of Tour guide Adrlana Guerra the 30th Classic annual and Festival Orange scheduled Blossom ",1 ,,'

unsurpassed natural beauty. shoos Reeves and Alvarez the for Saturday night in the 2790 N.W. 44th St. 4
Surrounded by a checkerboard Latacunga Indian market. Orange Bowl.Disclosure .
pattern of grain fields, the cityis '
of the acceptanceof
We were pleasantly surpirsed Phone NE 4-4465
overshadowed by the slumbering the breakfast was made by
volcano Pichincha. There'sno at the modern conveniences of Dr. C. P. Smith, chairman of
winter and summer season, the Hotel Quito with its heated the A&M Athletic and Fiscal J4 :I
average year-round temperaturestays and plastic-roofed swimmingpool. Policy Committee. )1''
7000 N.W. 15th Ave. .
around 60 degrees.Waltrrsst's This 250-room( beauty com In addition to the member :
pares with anything on Collins of the team, other guests will pt
Ave The view of the Andes Include members of the Rattler Phone OX 1-9626
outside your bedroom windowIs coaching staff, and key University -
a thing of beauty. Manager officials.
Miguel Dousedebes did everything Addition of the team break- BOOKER McKENZIE, ownerF.
to make our stay pleas fast marks the first time that
ant. the dull has been the guests ofa MCKENZIE, Manager
national firm at a Classic affair -
GAMBLING: CASINO .

r The most popular feature of _..
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t the hotel to the guests was the I
Casino, controlled on a h fgh
level by operators from Las Ve FROM THE MIAMI NEWS NOV. 29, 1962
gas. You play dice, black Jack,
chemin de fer, poker, roulette, "AEROJET TO BUILD IN DADS"FROM

at the Hotel Quitoare slot machines, or what have \
Otavalo Indians who wear you. Louis and Charlie were THE MIAMI HERALD NOV. 30, 1962
colorful and native dress. luckier on the slot machines
gaudy "AEROJET READY TO BUILD HERE"READ
than I was on the roulette table. .. c
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This beautiful city which It's a lot of fun, and you can '
through the centuries has preserved bet as little as a sucre, whichIs i'1
its typical Spanish colo about a nickel in the native -: I
nial character despite much currency. ME !
modernization, lies 9,000 feet One of the favorite native
high in the Andes mountains.The dishes that caught on big withus
altitude bothered us at was Cebiche. It's made with .. n''

first. You get exhausted very either fish or shrimp, lime HAVE BECOME VALUABLE.
easily when you're almost:: two juice, onions and pepper. Sorta I
miles above sea level. reminds you of conch salad. I am probajbly' the best Christmas present you will ever get or

Quito Is an ancient city. Cen Goes nice with a cold beer. give for I will make the receiver RICHER. c

tunes before modern Quito was j.-: ........,..... .
founded by the Spaniards, it ;'' J', ..' 't You have heard the exciting news that AEROJET is breaking
was the capital of the Indian '.,.,, (. ; ':"q., 4 ground five miles from me this month and you will know why demandfor
kingdom of Quito. Conquered me exceeds supply. Fill out the coupon and send your $10.00 down '
about 1,000 A.D. by the Caras ::: ,J .,. : ,
: : to DREAMLAND ESTATES, 5178 NW 17th Avenue. This is the best
Indians from the coast, Quito
later bowed to the mighty In. f" : $10 you have ever spent. Ten dollars monthly is an easy way to make

cas who made it the capital of ; your money grow.
their northern kingdom. J
i
I will see that you are brought to see your 1 Vi acre whenever you
Founded in 1534, the fame ofQuito's want, for after all, .DREAMLAND ESTATES IS IN DADE COUNTY.I .
magnificent 17th century

churches has spread all over am near the new $17,000,000 Dadeland five mile from

nown.the world and nas lasting re Aerojet, in fact, everything around me is popping.


The heart of this bustling city Buy me and join the growing list of nice friends-our customers.

Is Plaza Independencia domi
nated by the stately Cathedralwith Yours
plaques on the outer walls. The Equator Monument with ,
One should take time to visit its line dividing the two hemis
the interior of the city's most. pheres. The 0 Is the abbrevla- DREAMLAND ESTATES
famous churches and monasteries ion for the Spanish word west, 'T" 1 ACRES
for they hold priceless examples oeste. .' ': / \

and sclupture.of Spanish colonial: art Nobody goes to Ecuador with NAME -/--..-...::..;- /I/II .....-.....-.-,..- 5178 N.W. 17 Ave.
out making a trip to the Equator
Before my visit to Quito the Monument, 15 miles north of 691-5611 _

most magnificent church I had Quito. Marcela Burbano of ADDRESS ..-....-......................-.--.-.....-..--?-....
seen was the Cathedral of No Ecuatorlana Airlines drove us DON'T DELAY ,
tre Dame in Montreal. But I to this famous spot that divides I
stood open-mouthed when I en the Northern and Southern CITY .--......-...-......-........... HTATK ....."...,....?."?? Acres I
14 $825 ,
Church '
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with crowning Its two its great Italian bell baroque towers BULL FIGHTS FUN TELEPHONE NO. ...__........_....__.._.._....... ,

sures facade.are Among its numerous its many jeweled trea spent One in of Quito the gayest was of at afternoons the Ecuator fifth Office open Sunday from 9-12 Open every day 9 to 6 ,I Ir Ir

gold leaf altars and a group of anniversary party
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA. step- aughtersr"Mrs.
Wright and Mrs. Evelyn Fer I I Hlaleah Hospital on Dec. 3. He
PACE 12 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1962CARDS DEA THSeo brother a grandson ( and) a is survived by his wife, Eliza-

I James William, a L'ath of Hempstead. He wa s
_,_......_ sister. Services were conductedon shipped to Long Island, N.Y.
I Thursday, in the chapel Rev. Dec. 5 for final rites.
..:MEMORIALS$ Range Fred Hicks, officiated.

BABY EDDIE LORENA
r--- MRS. LULA McKENZIE, MRS. JANE BARRETT of
MARTIN, son of Mr. and'Mrs. ,
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IN MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKSThe Eddie Lee' Martin of 1521 NW 157th: St.-Road"" ,Opa-locka, died 1773 JNW Gist friends St., also as known Alice,
61st St., apt. 11, died Nov. 28. Dec '2, at ,the age of 87.. She Is by her many '
residence Dec.
I In sad but loving memory of family of the late, He is survived by his parents survived by 2 sons Jack and died at her Miami on as
MRS. RHODA THOMPSON 2. She came to a
our dear husband, father and and three sisters. Chapel ser Bloome; three daughters Mesdames -
.
Eleuthera
,
wishes to express their greatest vices held Dec. young woman from
grandfather. were Monday, Jannie Hendricks,' Nep-
.. -. ._... ._- 'I thanks to the many friends 3 at 11 a.m.DENISE pie Holt' and Ann, Solomon, Bahamas during 1913 and
and lived here since. She was an
neighbors for cards, flow Laura Rob-
.
F. ers, and telegrams during their ELL three sisters, Mrs. Hill Mrs. active member of the Church of
bA I COLEY, inson, Mrs. Maggie
for
recent l/ereavement. Also for Sanford. Funeral services God of Prophecy a periodof
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rob- Ossle
service 40 Her survivors Include
rendered
during their bie .L e e' Coley' of 3052 NW will be held on Saturday, years
sorrow Special thanks her husband, Richard, a
Moore and to, Father 50th St., died Dec. 4. .Graveside ;Dec. 8 ,at. 2, pm. at First Baptist daughter, Mrs. Rebecca Wale
members of St.
with
9 Brownsville,
services are to be held at Lincoln Church
Ann's Episcopal Church, Hal. Memorial Rev M J. Macon officiating lace, a son Ivan, eight grand
landale, and the Francis Funeral Cemetery. Interment< at Evergreen Gardens children, 17 great grand children .
Home. May God bless you all. CARTER She will lie in repose at three sisters. Services will
The Thompson :Family son of In the chapel. be conducted Saturday, Dec. 15
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Carter of noon on Friday
at 3 pm at the Church of God
31C3 NW 65th St., died Dec. 4. of Prophecy, Elder B. Davis,
I IN I MEMORIAM Graveside services are to be FRED PELZER, of 134, Ala- officatlng. She lie in repose in
held at Lincoln Cemetery; Ave.., Hempstead, N.Y. was the chapel at noon on Friday.
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NW 66th St., died Dec. 1 after !

.j AA a short illness. He is survived I J ,
by his wife, Mrs. Mary, two
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A. The family of the late,
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REV,. PHILLIP B. HEROUT I
who' departed this life Decem
ber',.5, 1955."Servant '
of God, well done,
Rest from thy loved employ; a
The(;bbttle's fought, the victory .
won! g
,, Enter thy; Master's' Joy," 'i-
,' ,Mrs Jane Herout, wife
nh: Family

iff i MRS. ELLA KNOWLES '

MEMORIAM ,vho departed December 6, 1950. .Y ,
:May she rest in peace and r
n:(loving memory of our dear Ight perpetual shine upon her.
sister.. ''SYBIL HOGAN. The Family "wl1uultli In all uiln| luirui au&Wari Inut'


who passed 'away December 11,
1954. IN' MEMORIAMIn I 1 uI1liP> as uir 1tU"i .
No one knows how much we
11 I miss you, loving memory of our dear ': We shall remember
alnajs with
------ ( deep platitude and nppreciatlon ( (
No one knows the bitter pain husband, son and father,
We have suffered since we lost JOHN SLAUGHTER DEACON ISAAC TYNDELLwish the many, many friends! who t shared our grief when
you, vho departed this life Decem to extend to all friends, our beloved Shaddle waved his final farewell, and left

Life has never been the same, ber 12, 19GO. sincere neighbors thanks and churches and our us with lienits filled with sadness but sweet memories

In our hearts your memory we Sleep love on you and but take God your loves rest, during our hours appreciation of bereave- of a jovial, well spent life. To see others happy broughthim
lingers, you
e- Sweetly, tender, fond and true, best. You are not forgotten, you calls ment. Thanks for your prayers, joy, and to make others' happy was a part of his cieed.

No day passes our dear one, will always be remembered by donations, flowers and, letters cards, and telegrams all the, Your cards, letters, telegrams, beautiful flowers, personal C

That we do not think of you. us. kind gestures of sympathy. rails and gifts; the Clulw, Schools, Churches, his :Masonic
Sadly missed by Carrie Slaughter, wife May God bless each and family The New Provident Lodge, the Greater Bethel
sister Flemon
Sands
Mrs. Gladys Slaughter, father
Mrs. Louise Robinson, sister Ruth Slaughter, daughter everyone The of you. AMK Church, Rev. S. A. Cousin and the untiring services

Mrs. Elsadie Meredith, Sis. John and Anthony, sons Family of the Richardson Funeral Home all Rate us to know that

Wilfred E. Duncombe, Carrie Harrison, you too cherished his presence and his friendship here
brother Jessie Stephens, aunts CARD OF among us. Your kindnesses far
THANKSThe many arc too niimeiousto
And nieces and nephews Paul Stephens, Ella Vance,
mention in an individual manner, but do
Otis Vance cousins family of the late, we want you
I to know that we are more grateful than mere words can

IN MEMORIAM ever express.
CARD OF THANKS
:' \ In sad but loving memory of Yours in the hope of blighter/ days to come,
I our dear mother and grandmother I '' .., el' J
.f.t'; fl Slay God's blessings be with you,

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WILLIE FRANK STREETER 1425 N.W. 1st Court FR 1-7277
1201 NW 64th St., who departedthis
life Nov. 14, 1962 at Jack-
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son Memorial Hospital would # #' "' .

t ... NW Mrs.70th Essie St., departed Wright this of 1320 life like to thank the doctors, ++++++, , , ......... . . .4
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nurses and nurse aids the
Pep.
Nov. 18. The would like
n MRS. NELLIE WILSON family si Cola Co., the Miami Housing
to thank the doctors and FOR
nursesof RENT OR SALE
;t;
Authority, neighbors and
1 who departed this life December Jackson Memorial Hospitalfor
5, 1952. their services; also Brother friends for their kind gesturesof
2-bedroom CBS
} May she rest in peace and Thompson and Brother B. Wash. sympathy shown during our ,
may light perpetual shine upon ington and all the beloved hour of bereavement. Thanks Florida
'Iq er. members of the Liberty City for your prayers, flowers, cards, room, near schools

"f I;!2 Gone, but not forgotten. Church of Christ, and all of telegrams, cars and other kind. shopping, bus like .
ness too numerous to mention. new, terms. '
easy
:;r,: Rev. C. J. Burney, son the Churches of Christ of this ,
'. L. C. Burney, son and other areas for their kind Thanks to Rev. Davis of the 1950 N.W. '47th STREET '
4 : f Moszella Cooper, ness and respect; the P o s t First Baptist Church of
I ) Hattie McCutty, daughter Office Department and other Brownsville and Elder J. B. Call Mr. Sidney HI 4-6133
4 Bewitt
of the Apostolic Faith
Wilson and
: Iris daughter friends for kindness; to
'IX t Sam Walker, grandson Range Funeral Home for fine Church and many thanks to Evenings weekends FR 3-8936
,j., Brunell Holland, services. the Range Funeral Home May

: "' granddaughter She is survived by three sons, God ever: bless, watch and keep .r. ...+++.i.......+.a ...>..................... . . I"
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i I'.t. Carolyn Taylor, Henry, Willie and Jimmie Kit you.The
j granddaughter chen; two daughters-In-law, Family Got something to sell trade give ??
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x'Lillian, June Fuller three grandchildren, and a host Dora Streeter, mother away
., ,... granddaughter of relatives and friends. Sisters and brothers \ Try A Miami Times Classified Ad
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FOR SALE ,
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3 UNITS $13,500 TOTAL
ClassifiedFOR $13 PER WEEK!: partly furnished -. --..... .-'No .o: '"
apartment, free gas and $750 down. Live rent free
water, 0039 NW
24th Ave.3.nEDROOlf ;< )
2 CBS houses J
I on 1 lot Largo .% J'-\4 "
CBS Fla. 3 bedroom for and 2 '
room, you 7 '
RENT vinyl tile floors' throughout, unit for rental. This i i. a ,j'T..... h %. ',..1 ( '
I' t"i i
floor furnace. Large' closets. ,
'I;.ROOM Cottages water rUfntah.If Tow down navment. $21 week, buy. See today. 4648 NW I.+' '.; I I'f '
$10 week. 569" NW 8th StPN I
Total 10000. 3151 NW 59th St. llth Ave. .. -, ..
7.2902. .
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Call PL 96689.. D28 ( .11
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B. PICARD MANGEL IRON. $35. In very -e- ,:\" >::\;:' 1.'t: >'bL1"'
Rental Agency wood condition. 2985 NW $500 DOWN $89 MONTH \, .
Rental collections; property Terr. N114.2885.1V1iT 48th'I N : .' M.
3-bedroom CBS 1 w
management. real saints year new. '
"59 NW 8th 8t'F: 11-nOJ L BUY.. Lovely home In Hardwood floors, central ; ':;

best Manor Park area: 3 bedroom air conditioning. No qualify GLEAN.:
FWNTSHEn efficiencies, uUlitlesirolurted Fla room, all large: rooms ing, no closing coats. ti. }.rte
$1250 It week. 620 N.W newly decorated $10,800 total
8th St. FR 7-2902 price. No closing costs.. $350 -e- .
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3 ROOMS and bath duplex on total 1364 down NW 44th pawyment. See at We arrange financing also CLEAN.
St.
Call w
News .
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17th ave., water furnished. $10 ,
,
Realty 4600
NW
weekly. 569 NW 8th St. FR 4-0655. 7th Ave. PL Trio Realty "

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HTTOE S-BEDROOM CBS home 801 NW 54th StPL ',
for nice
ROOM a lady or man, .with room large
5710 NW 19th Ave. Call NE
VUchpn, large
49195. dining room. 9-8372 PL 9.5455
11500 total price, $350! total"own NE 5-8745

ROOM, nice area, heat. Ulock nth Ave.payment: PL 4-0655.fine at 4600 NW
to bus. Just like home. Also

room with private entrance CORNER BEAUTY. 2 f u 1 1
and bath. Wall to wall carpet. hnfhs! extra large Fla. room, BARRON UPHOLSTERY
All privileges. Ideal for work.
hardwood floors, tile roof, best rThat's ;
ing lady or couple. NE 46310. HIS construction. See at 1000 WORKS
VW 7"Hh!" St. $13,000 total price.
FURNISHED 'APT. for rent. 11400 down. Call News Realty, Best upholstery for tees
1868 NW 55th Terr. Phone ,1600 NW 7th Ave. PL 4-0655.
6359067. We pick up and deliver
the taste
LOVELY HOME on 46th St.
BEAUTIFUL furnished apart. Must be seen; to be appreciated. Call FR 4-2320
ment. Large rooms private Fla room extra large lot. $450 YOU get with ,,
parking. Washing machine and ... ., ""
down, $77 -
per month. See at ""' ""- ""- ""- ""- "-
all conveniences. No children, 1050 NW 46th St. Call News ; \
1323 NW 58th Terr. Realty, 4600 NW 7th Ave. PL ASK TO SEE THIS

ROOM APT. Furnished t-0655. PRETTY HOUSE! FLEISCHMANN'SzD r
Couple. $15 wk. Call 751-5748
LIVE
LIKE a king for $66 '
826 NW 56th St. month. CBS doll house. Large a Just right for a family with SiJ

-corns, extra house In rear 2 or 3 children. Manor Park
NICE 2-BEDROOM; house in S11.500, $350 down. See at 1015 ,
Opa-locka. The Bunche Park W 76th St. Call News Realty, CBS fenced!!, awnings, rear

area. Closed in fence and nice 1600 NW 7th Ave. PL 4-0655. Florida room. ..
surrounding. For information month $750 Dn.DOWNTOWN .
Only $69
call NA 16654. SUNDAY'S
SPECIAL. $300 .. 4 p
FURNISHED down, CBS beauty. 2 baths. Call e I' rd
or unfurnished Vews Realty, 4600 NW 7th ave.
apts in Opa-locka area. 2 PL 4-0655. GOOD
bedroom all utilities $21, 2 bed :J JI fttlt iMUti tAI .13 .IW.Z nm.JStI1J8 -... Its( CII

room $18. 1 bedroom, $15. Call RUMMAGE: BALE INCOMEloroom
NE 4-0500. Indf Every day
except
Sunday next
fo the Center Theatre, 7th Ave. CBS plus 4 room FOR RENT 2 ROOMING HOUSES
UOOM In private home with mod 61st St. Hours 9 to 3 p.m. frame house furnished 1
homelike atmosphere for re- Come look around. Potential
D14 rooming house or apt.
fined man. OX 1-0425. income $100 week. PARTLY FURNISHED GOOD LOCATION .
WANTED
ROOM near shopping center. TUTOR for 2 boys, ages 9 and Asking $5,000 down.
Private entrance. Phone NE 10, grades 2nd and 4th for six Call 371-3622
_
4--f.tt 2531 NW 55th St. hours per week. Call for information e .

at OX 1.9541, ask for Mr.
APTS. $ and $16 furnished, Johnson. BEN FINKEL CAREY'S RENTAL AGENCY
free water, 2 entrances. 518 NW
23rd St. MU 53108. Broker
SOUTHERN HOME I 1958 NW 3rd Avenue
SHARE A HOUSE! A man living COOKED MEALS FR 749381316AJ

alone would like to rent a Classic Special $1.00 NW 7th St.Times' I

Too room cheap to any to interested mention person.price. FREE DELIVERY I : BUILDERS SPECIAL! !

Call CE 82650. i Call 634-5661 j Off! I
or PL 7.7793 Ads Pay : $500 DOWN MOVE RIGHT IN

electric NEW 2 refrigerator BEDROOM and APT.stove.Has .......-__-____._-__xrcx_c+c-____-_____w_______ ___ _c_
: NO WAITING NO QUALIFYINGk3
3180 NW 53 et. Apt 1. HI 81119.

L 2-BRDROOM APT. 3121 NW I Deal With a Realtor \ LOVELY NEW HOMES "

SCth Contains built In
St.
oven and range and gas refrigerator. LICENSED SINCE 10.17.: YOUR GUARANTEE OP SEE THESE SUNDAY AT .

Gas and water furnished. $22.50 ETHICAL, HONEST DEALINGS
per week. Call HI 81113. 7500 NW 11th Avenue "

COUNTER restaurant in busy I II I (First come, first served) S '

pool> hall. Also big empty store Following are best CBS 2-bedroom houses : ..
good for barber shop or dining I -o-
room. Grove Pool Room, 3307 $350 DOWN, FHA $69 MONTHLY : NEWS REALTY PL 4-0655:
Douglas Road. I
1370 NW 52nd StreetTile
living 7 LYFFYrYTFYYYYYYrrrytr YYYYYYYYYFYYY z11 ti ll
NEW 3-bedroom CBS house, frF
room, dining room ,storage, roof, large lot $11,000
carporte, nice yard. Call 371.3622
Carey's Rental Agency. 1958 730 NW 76th Street

NW 3rd Ave.2BEDROOMS.

2141 NW C5th St. Garage. Furnished $11,200 glot Owners or Home Owners !

Phone NE 4-5741.. 780 NW 50th Street $10,500
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Carporte plus 2 car garage :
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3-BEPROOM CBS, Fla. room Custom Built Oak floors, tile roof, Florida room
vinyl tile floors throughout
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Total $10,700. 3751 NW 59th St. 3 bedroom CBS $750 down Want to sell your property?
D28
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Call PL 94089.
Separate garage, no qualifying $13,000 .
HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID
DINING ROOM SET and large
910 NW 42nd Street
mirror. Shaded glazed walnut. -. .. S -
Heavy, large table, fl chairs, $13,500 FHA e- "

1200.large Now buffet$3:m:5.< Original 4750 Day Point coat 3 bedrooms, 2 bathe, oak floors Call JE 2-4343 or JE 81340At'night .

Road. PL 42008.DISTRESS ,.
1330 NW Slat Terrace PL 7.6622

SALE. L u x u ry 4 bedroom 2 bath $13,900 $900 Down jj
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home 3 tfcdroonn, 2 baths. $25- '
000 value Must sell immediately. R. I. BARONII
Buy now ave on taxes. 3461 CHAS. A. FONTANA REALTOR I
Fla. Ave. 7515116. D15: ,

$18. WEEK, unfurnished 6-room 6016 NW 7th Avenue PL 1.7111 1

house, .330 NW 52 st III 6-1260. I

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COMMERCIAL \
PAGE 14, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1962 GARDENERS AnniversaryClassic '
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t Hansel and Gretel To Be ASSOCIATION Luncheon :3; ;

Pepsi-Cola Co. of New York _

Presented At North Dade High 1 Florida City will A&M be University the host Orange at the

Blossom Classic Diamond Anniversary .
By WILLIAM McGEE\ son, Carol Wright, Christine luncheon which will be
Witches angels, fairies, de. Jackson, Eula Mitchell, James Commercial held at 3 p.m. Saturday following _
lightful music, dancing and act Hicks, Doris Jackson, Linda the mammoth Classic pa.
ing all await you on Thursday i Griffin and Savanna Allen as Gardeners Hear rade.
Dec. 13 in the North Dade
night
This will mark the second I
the featured players, along with
School auditorium when the SpecialistThe time that Pepsi-Cola has sponsored -
Tom Thum Children's Theatre Gra-Thryn Chisholm and Cathy a luncheon for the fam
will present. "Hansel and Gretel Fife, who are members of the Gardners Association ed Classic which is growing to
Comerclal
,', a three-act play adapted by Tot's Town Dance School In stature and attendance each
Madge Miller. : Richmond Heights as 'solo danc Invites all 'gardenersIn year. The initial luncheon was
the Miami area to attend our
ers Lizzie Johnson will play '
"Hansel and Gretel" Is the the role of the Sandman. final meeting of the year. On sponsored in 61.
story of two children left alonein Dec. 12 at the agriculture extend Some 200 persons, including
the forest by their father Janie Adams, Ruby Lee Tins I sion service building; 2690 NW University officials, memWers
and cruel step-father after they ley, Sandra Mobley, Clarice 7th ave., 730; til 10 p.m. of the Orange Blossom Classic __.__"____.w__ ,__ __
have gone to sleep. When they Parker Janette Hart, Jerrllyn and Festival Committee, and local
awake and realize that they Rusself{, Jacquelyn Perry, and To speak to you will be four community leaders in several Mrs. Thelma Johnson Mc-
have been abandoned, they hear Maureen Taylor will dance the specialists from the Universityof fields, are slated to attend the Donald successfully passed the
music and follow the sound until Witch Dance. Florida In the field of orna affair which will be held at the Florida State" Board of Beauty
-I -.. they reach a cottage made of mental horticulture. Hampton House. Culture Examination for Teachers
candy, which, unknown to The angels will be played by Dr. McElwee on plants, Julian Nicholas of the Pepsi-
them is the cottage of the wick. Andre Crawford, Wanda Frank shrubs and pruning, Dr. Mulllns Cola home office and George held at Orlando and Miami
ed witch. lin, Nadeen Davis, Joan Ellington on diseases of lawns, plants Brown of the Southern Divisionare Sept. 13-13-21..
Sheila Ann Hamilton, Ber- and shrubs. Dr. Brogon on In the
in co-hosts for
.,1 The witch feeds Hansel rich nedette McCray, Debra Page, sects of the lawn, plants and affair.In town as I I Mrs. McDonald Is presently
foods in order to fatten him for Pamela Clark, Marsha Butler, shrubs. Mr. Taylor, fertilizer addition to sponsorship of ;employed'! as an instructor at
eating. Trudie. the cat and the Wilhelmina, Paulette Barnes, :and fertilization. the luncheon, Pepsi-Cola will Caesor's University of Cosme-
Forest Fairy, i help Hansel and I Brenda Ma lon, Theresa Walker I provide a Thunderbird for the .otology, 5801 NW 22nd Ave.
Gretel foil the witch's plans and Janet King. Lewis Daigle, assistant county A&M cheer leaders during
to
and help them return to their agent has brought these men to use 1 Thelma's Beauty Salon will
father and step-mother where Mrs. Barabara Aranha is the us with the latest Informationthat : the parade. Officially open Dec. 1 at 5920
they live happily ever after. director. She is assisted by Miss directly effect the futureof I. NW 11th Ave. The operatorswill
Octeon Cumberbatch and Mrs. the gardening Industry.I be Mr. Donnie Peters and
Don't fail to see Charles Fort I Albertha Carroll. I Announcement Mrs. Daisy Clagett, with Mrs.
want to urge every garden Mr and :Mrs Jake Capers an McDonald as proprietor.
( er, members and nonmembers the of their
ounce( marriage
alike to be in attendance. The daughter
ovely ClaydellcJ
seating capacity is limited, so Elaine to Fred Seymour. Mr SeyMour is a graduate of
come early. Miss Capers is a graduate of Tuskegee Institute, The mar.
Albert C. Smith, president Bethune Cookman College and rlage date is Dec. 16.

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Dorsey Students

: Give Food Baskets

4 : Fifty-five families in the IN
Dorsey Junior High School
area received baskets of food
af during the recent Thanksgiving
oliday. The food baskets RICHMOND HEIGHTS
were donated by the students,
and each basket was beautiful.
ly decorated by the homeroom
?e tiwr PI students. One family that re .
: ceived a basket last year at -a- I
I I i ti, II IIr Thanksgiving, were the donors
of a large basket\ The
Ir ; Parent Teacher Association do
"u. nated funds which were usedto
purchase meat for some of SPECIAL "
-- thelfaskets. The Junior Red
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The Sandman comes to Han. son as the Sandman; Carol baskets sponsors is grateful .,
I sel and Gretel to give them I Wright as Gretel and .Charles to all who helped to make
peace. Pictured are Lizette John- Fortson as Hansel. I the activity successful.

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FLORIDA ROOM, GARAGE. HAS BUILT-IN

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Breakfast Dance

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People. Relations CouncilAt I SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1962 PAGE 15 I


i I Places this past their week scheduled members meeting of the "Decorate The Inter-Racial Mothers

Community Relations Council
voted unanimously to become House With Fun Luncheon WednesdayThe
f individual dues paying membersof
Things. the Florida State Council On And Fancy" Inter-Racial Mothers Association
Human Relations. To Implementa will hold its third an
t+ UY LAWltBXCK DEBT COOPER e previous vote to become af "Dressing up the house for nual Luncheon on Wednesday,
--..... --.--- --- filiated with the Florida State Christmas Is one of life's pleas Dec. 12 at one o'clock at the
UtMAMti BAll K. .F.rrrr..nrTV. n Council, upon making applica ant the December Jewish Cultural Center, 429
FIESTA! WE ARE A TURN COAT tion for membership renewal Chorest" reports Lenox Ave., Miami Beach.
applicants will be Informed that "like fluffing up your little There will be wonderful entertainment
-COIESTHIS TIME every We are a turncoat of the membership fee also carries a girl for her first birthday party and the proceeds will
year dudes and dolls dress up worst kind. A Benedict Arnold.We State Council membership and or helping your daughter go toward the scholarship fund.
and prepare for a festive holi play both ends from the the fee was voted to be raised Into her, wedding finery" Donation $1.25.
"" day. Buntings and pennants fly middle. from the present five to six dollars
in the breeze welcoming visitors five of which will go to And the latest trend is to Mrs. Emma Sweeting, president
to our shores. It will be Classic Every year we sally out to the the state body the remaining decorate the house both inside ; Mrs. Ester Feldman :vice
Times' stadium to witness FAMU's dollar held by the local and out. It's not Just a wreathon president.I.
I defeat. We will fume at the groups.A
the door
a tree on the floor
,: motion wa made Dr. E.
by
; It's Fiesta Tim in mouth like mad
pulling
Miami I a dog Franklin Williams and a merry spirit of mistletoe
when the football fever' grips for the other team. But to turn over anymore.In Carver YMCA To
the young and old and they don : we're always murmuring "Holdthat three hundred dollars of the
their finest home four hundred sixty dollars fact, door decorations .
sports wear and meander line Rattlers!" now
out to the Orange Bowl now held In the local treasury get almost as much attention as Hold ElectionAll
-- to 'witness"pigskin giants maul The desire to see the Dictatorfall to the state body to assist inside of the home. With evergreens .
each other for football glory. into the hands of the In securing the services of a wooden angels cut outs members of the Carver-
peas- state executive director. of trees Santa's asked be1
Branch
sants Is weakness of We sleighs, and YMCA are to
The football game, to many, would a like to ours.crooks : January 14, 1963, was selected wreaths, both traditional and in attendance at the annual!
is just an anti-climax. The real win sometime even in shoot see'em a i Joy of Classic Time is the pre- or the have Bwani- ups for, which time a selection of offi "Merry Chlrstmas" before you ment, Thursday, Dec. 13 at the
game social affairs at home or savages cers will Ite made and a new even enter. Carver Branch YMCA auditor
abroad; the huge Classic parade supper, or Dick Tracy not wip set of bylaws will be presented ium, 5770 NW 15th Ave. Time,
with mighty FAMU's marching! ing out the 52 Gang. by the committee for adop For sparkling Christmas 8 p.m.
ideas
tion. you can use inside and
band playing the leading role But with mental disorder
; even our
out, be to
sure
the see "Decorate We will be looking to see you
of
Joy meeting old friends at the when we'll
game the
House
with
Fun and Fan and have take in
and having a cocktail together be yelling, "Kill 'em HELP WANTED I you a part
; loudly MALE cy" In the December
issue of this election. Make this Must!
the lightness of heart that dis Jackson" and CITY OF a
softly MIAMI
praying, CIVIL American Home on sale The Uranch needs help!
your
all "
pels cares and woes. "Hold the line Rattlers. Jake SERVICE wherever magazines
are sold. Come out and help to make
and his Blood, Sweat and Tears Competitive Exams for: '
Thousands upon thousands of our branch the best In the,
visitors come here each yearto can forget about being champsthis POOL MANAGER: $339, age country! Remember If you car-
participate in both the year. 2134. Dade County resident one Support United Fund ry a Carver card, you have a
game and pre-game festivities. MY GOODNESS! year. 6 High months School experience graduationplus as vote in the election.

This Classic Time promises to We hope Chuck Smith, public Life Guard. Full time experience
be one' of the gayest. relations man at FAMU Life Guard work may substitute
this tidbit against his Ratters for education, year for STAR MEAT MARKET
The parade will,be one of the after he has left these environs. years maximum substitution 2
largest and most spectacular.And You see he's the chap who sees years. Senior Red Cross Life
that we'uns tickets for Guard Saving certificate required
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the most thrilling of the all the the game; see that we have Pool Operator certificate desired
enough to eat in the press roomat .
Classic games at time of application.
the Sir John he doesn'tshort Apply
plus ..
before Dec. 3. Veterans bring
Mississippi College will needno us on the beer and other t /
photostat of discharge. Only
introduction to fans who at. beverages, etc., etc.. To have U. S. citizens apply IN PERSON ;
tended last year's gem. him looking atIS askance 3318 Pan American Drive, Din THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE
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The
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probably the same stars of last CUT-RATE STORE Fresh Meaf-Uw PricesEXPERT
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this semester. Mississippi Is 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 42376Dolls
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Bleach and Glow Cream 75* For Men $1.2:5:
JEWELRY REPAIR WORKDO
IT WILL BE JACKSON Old 97 Bergamont Hair Wrisley French Lilac
Dressing 50* and $too Bath Oil $1.50 LIKE THE RAILROAD MEN DO HAVE
STATE BY SIX POINTS Straightening Congestald Room YOUR WATCH FIXED WHERE THEY KNOW HOW!
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PAGE 16 SATURDAY'; DECEMBER 8, 1962 SOCIAL PEACE; "f ,
50 States 53 'd '
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CORPS : ,,,:% ,
State Ellis! Hold Midwinter ARRf fAAtea CountriesVisitors V TALLAHASSEE / Co'i"C. '
Cunningham, director., of the
oAR from all 50 states and Florida A&M University placement
Meet In St. PetersburgOfficers L.1:! IItI Ji] 53 different foreign countries bureau, has disclosed that
__t0 U..YW.Ff1 have checked into Miami this six graduates and two former
of the Florida State Petersburg Sunday, Nov. 25 for year at the Downtown students of the university have
Elks Association gathered in St. their annual Mid-winter Con Although most employers of Branch of the Young Men's volunteered for the Peace
Christian Association of Greater Corps and have successfully
...-....................----- ference at Sunshine City Lodge household workers in this area Miami. completed necessary prerequiSite
No. 255, hosts for the confer are now complying with the so- '
Phil! Ossofer Says ence. cial security law and reportingtheir The world-wide nature of the The eight persons are: Albert
clientele at the "Y's" resi
guest I Gainesville
Boston of ; LeRoy
some
employee's wages
.. -..-.-..-.- Morning session was openedat dence rooms was brought to V. Crump, WIlliston; Darnell
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8:30: by State President W. O. are reporting only approximate light by Austin Younts, assistant Davis, High Springs; Willie
"Behold how good and pleas Perry of Miami, followed by amounts, Edward P. Blonston, general secretary, after a Douglas, Tampa; Bernard J.
ant it is for brethren to dwell invocation and an inspirational Social Security District Manager check of the register for the Fennell of Orange Park: James
together in unity." (Psalm 133:1): ) address by State Chaplain Rev. first ten months of 1962. Gatlin, Tampa; Ellis E. 'McKein-
North said
in Miami today.
behold how evil It is for James Hagin of Sanford.In Ponce Deleon and
And Exact amounts are needed, he Among the foreign countries non, ; Cora
men to debase their brethren, addition to routine reportsof pointed out, so that social secur- represented by YMCA guests Russ of Apalachicola.
as It is done in Mississippi.We the officers, District Deputiesand ity benefit payments can be figured were far away lands as Austral
fast approaching the Department heads, the correctly when the worker ia, New Zealand, Indonesia, India Thank YouThe
in are which we must learn to ',principal topics on the agenda becomes disabled, retired or China, Norway, Kenya, president of the Christian
day for the 1963 I
were planning South Africa
Egypt,
live in unity or cease to live Turkey Aid Bible Class,' Mrs. M. E.
convention in March in Florence dies.Mr.
and Greece well
as as I
many
Stevens '
on the face of the earth. Unity Villa and projected plans Blonston suggested that countries in Latin America. wishes to express her
may be likened unto a tree for the 1964 Grand Lodge Convention housewives keep Just a simple I thanks to the members for their
whose roots are the family and in Miaml record of the cash amounts Among the states of the Unit. expressions of love shown her
whose branches hear the fruitsof paid to household workers dur- ed States, the last to appear on I in their recent anniversary.
humanity. Jesus told us that The president in his report ing each calendar quarter and the Y's guest register were Special thanks to Mr. and
every good tree brings forth cited the continued growth in add up the payments when It Utah and Montana, which appeared -I Mrs. Gunter for the beautiful
good fruit, and every corrupttree Elkdom in the state and urgedall comes time to make out report. in October. flowers. Thanks also to Rev.
brings forth evil fruit. The members to strive to double The :Miami North Social Security Ernest Williams and the officers
tree bearing evil fruit Is cut the membership in the Orderin District office has explanatory Younts said during a one and members of New
down and cast Into the fire. 1963 in preparation for entertaining leaflets which will help month's check, 801 men stayedat Bethel Baptist Church. Without .
(Matt. 7:17: and 19.) the Grand Lodge Con the employer to correctly prepare the Y. Ninety-five percent of i ,the help of Mrs. Elsie Ba
Baha'u'llah Founder of the vention. the report, he ,said. these stayed for less than two I ker and children, this anniver-
Baha'I World Faith, said, 'Te weeks; that 558 of his number I sary would have been incom
are the fruits of one tree and He also stressed the impor Any housewife who pays a were over 35 years of age and I plete.Thanks.
the leaves of one branch tance of building a strong Juvenile household worker $50 or more 273,, between the age of 25 and to everyone that
so powerful Is the light of unity Department in each lodgeto in a 3-month calendar quarterof I 35. helped to make the anniversary
that It can Illuminate the whole aid in the solution of the I the year must send in a quarterly a memorable one. Thanks to all.
earth." delinquency problem facing our report to the District Di.
communities.In rector of Internal Revenue. Mr.
Nearly 100 years ago, In a Blonston emphasized that it Is STANLEY E. JOHNSON, M.D.
land far removed from our attendence were: President
Southern states, He proclaimed, W. O. Perry, 1st J. D. Math. not the amount the hours of or cash days wages worked paid, Announces the opening of his office for the practice of
"Close your eyes to racial differences er Jacksonville; Jerry Walker, that determines whether
and welcome all with 2nd vice of Sanford; Rufus or nota OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY
household
worker
the light of oneness Blessed Brooks, Esquire, Daytona; Leo must be re
is he who mingleth with all Detwiller tiler; Ben W. Wilson, ported. Office Hours: Dally 10.1 and 5-TMp.m.' Thura. by appointment
men in a spirit of utmost kind chairman trustee board; Jerome
ness and love." chairman ways and means, allof 6827 N.W. 15th Avenue Phone 696.5673
Tampa; John H. Keene, financial Convention hosts; J. P. Moses,
The Importance of racial unity secretary of Clearwater; director of Civil Liberties and
is strongly emphasized In Isaac Jones, treasurer, Arcadia; Exalted Ruler of Sunshine City
His teachings, and He foretold Fred Maultsby, trustee of Flor Lodge; Harry Joseph: and Robert -
that when America resolved its ence Villa i Bell, host lodge committee
racial problems, true lasting of arrangements. TV Service Calls $1.50
world unity and peace would Mack Dixon, master of social
come into being. His son, Abdul session, Clearwater;; Rev. James Perry announced the appoint
Baha, explains this In these Hagin, chaplain; Jack Hunt, auditor ment of William Lattimore of ALL MAKES
St. ALL :
Petersburg as state directorof MODELS
words, "When the racial elements Panama City; Haywood Junior
of the American nation Rigsbee, auditor of Orlando; Elks.
unite in actual fellowship and Claude J. Keys, auditor of Day Dinner was served in the LARRY'S T.V.
accord the lights of the onenessof tona Beach; Maxwell W. Saxon, lodge hall by the Moton Restaurant WE BUY SELL AND TRADE TV SETS
humanity will shine, the day director of education, Daytona; as a courtesy of the host
of eternal glory and bliss will Norman E. Jones, director of lodge. The meeting was adjourned RADIOS, HI-FI, AND, STEREO; REPAIRSWe
dawn, the spirit of God encompass public relation. Ft. Lauderdale; at 5 p.m. Sell Used
and the Divine favors des- Morris Brown, Brig. Gen. Antlered TVs on Credit I
cend. Under the leadership and Guard, Orlando; Leon The site of the 1963 Midwinter 1551 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1.8024 '
training of God the real shep Hunter of Don Paramore Lodge, conference will be decidedat ,
herd all will be protected and Florence Villa, 19C3 State the State Convention.
preserved. He will lead them in I
green pastures of Happiness and

sustenance to the real and goal they of will existence.attain Investigate Without Obligation WE WILL BUILD 'OH, YOUR' LOT

This is the blessing and benefit ,
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It is easy to see that this is
Fall and Winter Classes Now _." t
the tree which brings forth good FormingTen 20 ,: ,
different'plan..
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fruits, this tree of unity and

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.

I IN OUR SCHOOLSJunior SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1962 PAGE 17 I


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College I I AMICAK CITED .

Plans ConcertThe I Miami Zetas J S Y

Fine Arts Department of Report >. : A

the Dade County Junior Col--
lege will present a program of On Regional MeetLocal
band and choral music at 315:

p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 9, in the Miami Zetas were well
Dade County Auditorium. represented when the South- ing.Special chores were performed
The College Band directedby
M. estern Regional Conference by the Miami Zetas. Mrs.
Professor John Corina
opened Nov. 23-24 in Spartan- Dean participated In the Sorority -
and Professor Robert Thomas, burg, & C. Mrs. Marian H. workshop activities while
will perform selections by Bach, Shannon'
Gould associate director for Mrs. Polite directed discussionsand
Moussorgasky and others., Persl-- Southeastern Region and direc- question periods regardingthe meet. Miami Zeta Amlcae led by Mrs.
chette The, selections by the tor of Zeta activities of Florida; forthcoming Boule In Miami. AMICAXJ CITED Maydell Braynon. The "friends
College Choir will sung Include Mrs. Ruth North Polite, boule Presiding over the Florida Special commendation goes to of Zeta" were actively engagedin
marshal for 1963 boule to be meeting the sessions. The
Baker Gaul state was major concurrent
works by Hoggard
,
Mailman, and held in Miami': and Mrs. Marian activity of Mrs. Shannon. The Miami Amlcae captured first
Elgar The choir, will be directed others. M. Dean, official delegate of the latter two were also honored at Jr. College String prize for handicraft and- art
Prof. Donald,-X- Butterwortn by Miami Beta Tau Zeta Chapter the Regional Banquet -at-the work displays.
-- answered the Regional Roll Call close of the conference. Concert Dec. 16
and accompanied by Mrs. Eleanor
Regional participants in
for Beta Tau Zeta at the annual
Gordon, pianist. courtesies extended The Fine Arts Department of
Among planning session for 1963 Boule
of Zetas from Florida
The public is cordially invite meeting the the Dade County Junior College
Georgia and South Carolina. during Regional were: The with grand baslleus.
ed to attend the program with Coffee Hour, sponsored by Sigma will present the String Orches'l
out charge The highlights of the meetingtook Gamma Rho Sorority; a tra: under the direction Left to right: Soror Marian M.
on a dual capacity when southern breakfast sponsored by John H. Corina, In concert on Dean, Dr. Deborah P. Wolfe,
Mrs. Mildred Cater Boone, first the Pan Hellenic ; recep- Sunday, Dec. 16 at 3.15: p.m. The grand baslleus, Zeta Phi Beta
Mays Dramatist anti-basileus of Zeta, delivered tion following the public meeting concerti which will be held In Sorority, Inc.; Soror Ruth N,
lege Union Auditoriumon Polite boule marshal Soror
and dance, by ;
sponsored
I the address for the public
Honor Police With She treated the regional program. I the hostess Zeta Chapter, Gam. the campus, 11850 NW 27th Marian H. Shannon, associate
I Ave., will feature selections
by director for Southeastern Re-
ma Mu Zeta of Spartanburg.
Pace-
theme "African Sorors:
FAMU Success : Handel, Scarlatti, Vivaldi, Tele- with jurisdiction over the
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setters of Progress. S o r o r Under the leadership of Mrs. mann and Torelll. Mate
of Florida.
If you are about to skim the Boone also served as consultant Ella W. Fisher, regional direct' Arnold Grayson" will be the
lines of this article slow down : during the final sessions. Because tor, the conference placed special featured recorder soloist. I
for just a second! Pause and I of the nature of her workas emphasis on the forthcoming r The concert will be
read The subject of this ,education chief, U. S. Houseof Africa Tour and the special project .\the public without charge.open to Times' Ads Pay Off! I
article is an important one.) Representatives, Dr. DeborahP. of Zeta there.A :
Grim is with us daily! It baslleus of Zeta -. ___
Wolfe, grand - -
threatens our peace and secur was unable to attend the meet- panel was heard and gift "Livinsr Service for the Living"
ity! boxes for children were packaged
You have only to look at the for shipment. Miss Gwen,. 7 p 4
w'
first page of this newspaper,and dolyn Goodman was a partlcl t
you will see headlines that will I I A Night in Outer I I pant. Toys and other items
tell one of its many exploits It children love will arrive In Africa
Is with this common knowledge I Space At L. C. EvansYou in time to spread Christmas
that we tUrn our attention to cheer. Executive board sessionsof
tuna of society's most important are cordially Invited to the conference were presided -
figures one who fights daily attend our annual Llllie C. over by Mrs. Hattie E. Shavers .
against murderous dangers to Evans Day program on Friday,, Fort Lauderdale
crush this threat io peace Nov. 30 at 8 p.m. In the cafe The entire delegation was
one who is possibly' the most torium. The theme for this program aglow when Mrs. Audrey B.
underpaid, the most unappreci. is "A Night In Outer Robinson of Richmond Va.
ated and the most misunder Space." At this time the joined the conference activitiesMrs.
stood man in our society: The "Prince" and "Princess" of Lillie Robinson wrote the music
Miami Policeman C. Evans will be crowned. for the sorority hymn and she
In the month of December Congratulations to P r i nee I expressed "great pride In the Oscar L. Range Funeral Home
with the aproaching! Yuletide Charles Timothy Smith, who Is manner sorors were Interpreting
season and when the focal point a fifth grader in Miss Sadie I i the melody." M; Athalie Range, Owner N. Patrick Range Mar.

of our interests points to Murray's class and the son of Columbus, Ga., is the site of 5727 ,N.W.17th AvenueOX
"Peace and good will to all Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. SmithSr. the next annual regional meet.
men," the Mays High Dramatists ., and Princess Debra Yvonne ing. More than 25 Floridians 1-0131 OX 1-4343
will present a special program Daniels, who is a first graderin were in attendance at the S. C. r
for you, the Miami citizens Mrs. Gloria Lacev's class and
dedicated to the Miami the daughter: of Mr. and Mrs.
policeman who helps us keep James E. Daniels.

the Keepink peace In step with the fam-I' Miss Gwendolyn Graham'scommittee I For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call I

and the entire faculty -
td? Orange Blossom Classic that .
will bring to Miami, gridiron of Lillle C. Evans Is planning
stars from the undefeated foot a wonderful program for BONDED
toll team of FAMU, the Mays Outer won't you Join this i
Dramatists had selected for Space" on Friday of
this dedication a top dramatic week?

success which was first per and friends
The parents
formed by the internationally attended many our last PTA
who
gyp' r t RENTAL
acclaimed FAMU Playmakers.
meeting on. Monday, Nov. 26, twy
The public IS 'Invited to this left with a wealth o' information -
tested dedication success by the musical syllables to
Dramatists Dec. 18 from
Mays High
music
Our
and 19 entitled, "A Night flower arrangements.
teacher, Charles T. Rogers anda
Brought Violence. group of' 'his talented youngsters AGENCY INC.

gave a wonderful demon ,
stration with the entire audi
Knights of Pythias
ence taking part afterwards.Our "
And Courts 'of guests were Mrs. Mable
The collection and
Barlow Mrs. M. Stirrup and largest rental
Calanthe Mrs. I. Wake frm the Friend-

Chancellor, Counsellor met ship Garden conveyed and Civic to us Club.the agency in 'the South; operating in

Dec. 2,. The following projects Mrs. Barlow use and arrange
were sponsored:" A weekend on many ways we can
we Dade and Broward Counties'
Miami Beach at the world famous flowers sand hem
Roney Plaza Hotel ,and our own the florist
Sun Club also, a teenage dance. that "Just Mrs. Stirrup from and Mrs. Negro Housing areas.MANAGING .
look. L. L. BROOKS
'The committee was Sir WalterL. demonstrated very effect
Belle, chairman; Sir Robert Wake what was said by Mrs. President
'C. Bowens, Sir H. L. Williams, tively then enjoy
The group
Mrs. Maggie S. Cash, banking Barlow. served. .
refreshments MORE
committee; Sir Sammie Glenn, ed the AND MAINTAINING THAN

'chairman, Mrs.' Maggie S. Cash, Mrs. Alese K. Gill, principal;
Sir Ernest White. Alexine W Delancy, reporter. 10,000 HOUSING UNITS
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II"Key West News -:- News From Perrine SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1962 PAGE 19

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By Rev. R G. Hall
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OUR BOYS IN SERVICE LIBCITY.
Airman Third Class Leon A. "Let there be light. These ed during the session.
James Jr., is being reassigned: were the words In and around
to Germany following his grad. Perrine last week as the com- The
uation from the Air Force tech munity witnessed its street work on the Perrine Parkis
almost completed, thanks to DRI VE IN THEA.TRE
nical training specialists course at for Amarillo warehousing lighting system go into effect.A the officers and members of '

AF13 Texas. the Perrine Improvement As. '' OX 1.7959 22nd Are. and 69th St.
spiritual feast at Perrine. sociation for its indefatigable '
Airman Jones was trained to This was the scene around the efforts towards community Im '-
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4KeR KeKiteCKeKeKKKK[KKKK-K Q I'KKK[M
receive supplies and equipmentfrom Refuge Church during the con- provements.The .
depots, contractors, and vocation o f the Apostolic NOW SHOWING
local suppliers and to maintain Church of ,Our Lord,. Nov. 21
them In proper storage until is 25. Miami Times can be
sued. Services were held morning, found now on the stand at 1W It's the new
The Airman, a graduate of afternoon Walker's -
and evenings during Grocery Store Home entertainmentmiracle
Douglass High School, is the
which many Interesting ser stead Ave.Members.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Levi A. '
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mons, readings, solos, etc.
James Sr., of 325 Catherine St. were rendered. with all thosewonderful

of the ProgressiveClub '
-Elder Cooperhost.mlnl., r,
of-
Private Renaldo D. Valdez disclosed that the' financial ele- PerrineRichmond
son of Mrs. Edna Howard andthe ment was also encouraging, inasmuch Heights were rather thoughtful '' songs-
late Mr. Valdez o* Gabriel as over $2,000 was rais- during the Thanksgiving season that are
Apts,_ has been assigned to Co. Baskets. of groceries from \ f
ClOth Battallion, 4th Infantry the club were given to the. country
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the
] needy families in both Perrine o
Regiment at the U. S. Army Infantry r death by an accident in Hialeah '
and Richmond Ileigths.
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Training Center In Fort on Thanksgiving Day, ,
Jackson, S. C. for specialists
training. I Funeral services will be con-
I ducted on Sunday, Dec. 2 at Thought of the week: "The
He Is attending the Basic 3:30: p.m. from the Presbyterian greatest truths are the simplestand
Army Administration course Church. Rev. Glenwood Cronin so are the greatest men." J PurteeCue
and will be trained for duty as ,will officiate.
a clerk typist. Training emphasis Survivors include a wife,
during the eight week course Nathalie; two daughters, Mrs. ImportantAnyone
will be placing on typing, preparation Inatha Brown, Mrs. Copelyn ,
of military correspondence Hawkins and one son, Sgt. Wil knowing the where- d .ilces d n Syedd IbSSInIROBOOQJum
army reports and orders lard A. Carey. a brother, Irving abouts of MRS. GUSSIE MAT.
and filing procedure. He will an uncle Alonzo Kelly of CHETTE, wife of James Mat. [[ RID 8Imoo> fimoNfGNGOOHmfms O
learn in general administrationand Miami; 7 grand children two chette who once lived on First
personnel procedures used nunts, Mrs. Iva Jacobs of West Court In Miami, please have I I Cue; ,sPuxtoar Wren W i Oratedbr
r by the army.Valdez Palm Beach and Mrs. Dora Dor her to get in touch with Lillle : p;,i IRIX .iDwiM i [$ 'in .iduUf I .lraidl N
is a graduate of Doug sett of New York City; three and Leroy Jones, 147 W. Main ,
lass High. I nieces, Mrs. Lucille Small, Miss I I I St.. Rockaway, N. J. Phone : (TECHNICOLOR; *From WARNER BROS.
Hortense Curry and Margaret .Oa wood ?-1796. I "
Carey; two nephews, Irving'Jr.., : PLUSLOTITA-
Rev. and Mrs. ID.: WhiteSr. John J. Carey.
., pastor of Bethel AME The body will be on view in :
Church, left the city on Tues the home of his wife, 312 Catherine ChristenedTwo "
day morning to attend the an- St., Saturday at 6 p.m.
nual conference which will con- The Key West Undertaking Co. month old David Phillips -
vene in West Palm Beach Nov. has charge of arrangements.Mrs. Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.
27 Dec. '2 at St. Paul AME David Phillips Sr., (the mother I
Church. Ethel Whitehead was Is the former Syble Pressleyof
Friends of this communityand elected a delegate to attend the Miami) was christened on (at 8:48)) .
members of Bethel are expecting annual conference in West Palm Sunday, Nov. 18 by Father P. JAMES MASON, SHELLY WINTERS
Rev. and Mrs. White .to Beach. She is a faithful memberof N. Franklin at St. Mark's Spiritualist PETER SELLERS, LUE LYNN
reutrn to us for another Bethel AME>? Church..
year. Church in Baltimore andRobert "How did they ever make a movie of Lolita?"
r Md. Mrs. Gloria Matthews
DEATH Choir No. 2 of Bethel will Bonaparte are god J::::: 52 #*2 25 tf aS S* Wftft Wftftft ft* lJ
Willard A. Carey Sr., a well sing on Sunday at the AME parents. The Phillips reside at
known Key Wester, met his conference. 2019 Callow Ave. in Baltimore. Try A Miami Times Classified Ad

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