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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 15, 1962
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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I 40TH YEAR, No. 16 MIAMI, FLORIDA-, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1962 16 PAGES -, CENTS \ j I
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Heavy Traffic: Death, Toll j. 'I';'':... ,. '':.,.I;\',.(.... I. ..: >, :.!'" Robber Murders Stone'Grocery J kl, ;


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paid. I A holdup man snuffed out armed

Drunk Drivers Will i I Those getting long sentences the life of a 60-year-old grocer "One little ,shotgun, but i It:
Instead of the minimum 30 days with a single shot from a pistol was the fellow with the'
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Be Jailed were: William Lewis, 3355 NW ,Wednesday night as he Jet pistol that killed George, Nathan .
51st Terr., one year for repeat his store. said.Stone's .
drunk driving, 30 days plus
Drunken drivers, especially chest torn by the'
fine for careless driving Stone and. was
$250 George owner
operator
slug he slumped to t h
In and &
reapers, are for a hard time and another 60 days for of Stone's Grocery for
If they are taken tfcfore Metro while, his license was revoke almost 25 years 'was killed by floor'ot his can Nathan return
to the :: to call ,
police'and
Judges; as the holiday season one of two' bandits.who .accosted stpre rushed .. 11 11d :
Wilson
[, Norma L. Corbett.. 8G1 NE him, 03. he entered his car OCf1cer'Jlmmy
recorded !I. Dade has already $3rd St., a year for. drunken the injured man ,to a has-'
In front of the store at 700 NW
176 traffic deaths for where
driving 30 days for reckless 4th pital 110'wa$ pronounceddead. .
1 ave.
the year. driving plus a $50 fine, 30 days .
for no driver's license and license His brother-in-law and
In seven Jury trials for re robed Nathan said that the robbers.'
peat drunk driving last week, rights suspended indefinitely __....__m___ ner, Harry Nathan, was who had escaped on foot, had.taken ,
but not hurt. The two had
Chief Metro Court Prosecutor Just the '
day's' receipts
GEORGE It. WILLIAMS closed and locked the store, at grocery
Donald Barmack said some oft Willie Thomas, 2431 NW 154thSt. plus, his,, and Stonq'S wallets:
8:15 .
the sentences were for more ., one year for repeat drunk Area III Chairman : p.m.Nathan Stone was well liked In the
than a year showing the driving. told Miami homicide heighborhood and was regarded ,.

t "udges determination to cut the. I United Fund Goes detectives that both holdupmen as a good min by his! many
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highway slaughter that has killea Owen H. Hodges, 3&15( SW were Negroes and were customers..
36 more so far this year 88th Court, 6 months and $500 I
than in all of 1961. One defen fine for drunk driving, 30 days ..4I J /I +I
dant' was found innocent, he for reckless driving. Over The TopFor I I,

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the first time In six years

Ii Santa Brings Dope in .Gifts Greater Campaign Miami's went United over its Fund goal.

This was Joyous news to 39
f. In New York's Harlem Mont who went to the apartment to I' '-ellef. welfare- and characterbuilding
t day night, federal and city narcotics pick up their "Christmas" pack. organizations who car I III
detectives raided an apart. ages were also arrested. ry out yearly programs for
., ment and arrested a 76-year- thousands' of persons. .
old woman, her two sons and a I 1 The officers said they had The :gallant campaign workers I :
been watching the building for
daughter while they were wrapping raised\ in their
$ an estimated $100,000 11 'days; and: noticed It| steady $2,907,000
worth of heroin movement between the apartmem.and ,Ix-week all-out drive. The sum
(dope In gaily- the ,of ,
1.2.of goal
decorated nearby toy"store selling : representsti
is_ ackage : t ...
Christmas wrappers., $2,847,902.iChairmanCeorge I
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Arrested! 'In their: fourth- '<. ':R Williams
floor apartment were'Mrs, Edith,r I : Each package ; .contained 15 who headed\the drive In BayJ)
Smith their sons ,LvUoy' Rich I Envelopes 6f pure'\heroin. Others Point, section' IV area III which:
ardsonf 39 and Jose, 32,,: and. adaughter I had hyperdermlc needles included Liberty City and d e'er t tw
ladys, 38. and other equipment, used by 'Brownsville, was happy to an
Police 'said that four others dope addicts.i. ounce that his area went over ,
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the top by 12%. '

Rev. William Savoy and Mrs. {: ;
Selena Ponder were district ; -j I y
chairmen and Eugene Kemp : ;
4 assisted Williams.
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More than 120 workers served
in this area. Some of the key 'I
Wfb workers included: i

Mrs. Ina Rlackshear, Mrs.
Allen, Mrs. Cherrye Bowvpr,1 i
Mrs. Mamie GUI, Mrs. Dorothy,,
Portlock. Mrs. Georgia Nelson
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+' i i :. (' 'i' and Mrs. ,Geneva Murray The Dade County School Secretarial I Jean Emanuel of Mays .Tr..Sr. "

r Association held its High School, the second runner

DADE TRAFFIC 3rd annual Pre-Classlc Scholar. up, Mrs. Dorothy Hepburn of
Fl ship Dance, Friday, Dec. 7 In J. R. E. Leo Elementary and %
the Fiesta Room of the Mary the Queen 'for 1062-63, Betty
FATALITIES Elizabeth Hotel. I Moss who is secretary to _r.
David H. Dobbs, assistant director -
Ftr During' intermission, after a of vocational and adult ed-
!: yfi''k t HIT 180 very enjoyable floor show, ucation at the Miami Northwest. (A

introduction of officers and sec ern Senior High School, ,
The death of two pedestrians retaries of the various schools, I
yin Wednesday brought Dade's came the moment all the contestants :After she was crowned by-
raffle fatality toll to 180. One for "Queen" of the organ. last year's Queen, Mrs. Debris
."f them died from Injuries sus. ization had long awaited, the Miller, the new, lovely gracious
fined in an accident on Dec. 7. announcement of the winner.. ,i(and charming: queen With her
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regal head' held high, 'walked ,
Police reported that Willie As the crowd sat still and around the stage swirling and '
Depose' 30, of 2707 NW fiOth quiet the 'mistress 'of ceremonY, bowing to her 'loyal subjects 'as
St., was killed Tuesday when Mrs. Cherry IJoyer,1 announced' the band played "Let Me Call j
Ave jaywalked across ti NW 27th'\ the first runner-up, Miss Ruby,, You .Sweetheart.1' f flW H< ''r j i "(
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near 49th St. .
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Debose was struck bya,'air; "
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at pf 2OT SW' nth Sire:ttfd.pcH,1 Mabata Si, i Asks Kennedy, \ / ,: ";l':'::1 J

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llc< he dldnt see I Debasfc.; ", 'i\ iI'1 1 I
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'The victim was
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J; Thor Pair Amerkan\- World V Runner-uIt! wait Lottie Gray, by the Impact. No charges were To Rebuff James, Meredith : II '
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Employees: Sodal graduate, from H. A. 1I'1.J n tHigh fjled.
Airways
Club held Its annual "Miss Pan School, who was the second President Kennedy was asked the President, denounced Mere-, ,
attendant.-Third attendantwas this week by Rep. George
American" home dlth's Intentional absence from
of the atden.Roosevelt Witt- iMiss Alice Allan, a I SchooLFourUr graduate Bill of Rights Day Huddleston Jr. (D.Ala.) to 'discipline class, and charged that the student -,,
field tfkiw,esth st from Auston High I James Meredith for cut )
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was Dot in r}
: attendant was Geor Interested securing ,
There ere flve very lovely for gia Mae\White, agraduate from Program Set ting classes at. the University an educa tlen! '

y '.wJso.Competed. '... Colleton High. Fifth.'attendant of :Mississippi.reportedly to attend i .
'We t1tTheoung I '\'ftfe.r! :: : i wan Cora,Smith, graduate of, 0- The Florida Civil chairman Liberties a meeting of thct N4JUS* I Said .HuddleA0n t; "This is,, a" +
of'Lot .
Helken
: 't''J e t .W1t oon, )Le y yah Carver'ti111gt>r ,; will Union,celebrate H..L. Bill ,. off'Rlght in"'New'' York. .t. 1 rat;; of the: t (payers'' ,money I t
., Georgia
I: 'Gr4y Whit,. .Al ",- .... ". f4..U.L MrdalVxiaal--II' "" In Day the.Saturday.Canadian Deft Boom 15, $of..p.m.the ., Under escort of -federal mr/: ut .spent WOfliitellars Duuhb man are that beJus' v

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'The, ::": ....;1 r.n* lines Alcazar Hotel. shahs MeredithTvas3irilladAt ifiuldi xerts&Jy'pfty{ put to use."* 1
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"SheW8S CK d HTn-avi for Ilftbe4 next* Friday, Dee. 21st. splendid film biased on the ,book of Meredith's trip to New tork.U|
/ presence erupted a wave racial .
bye Mlsfl Bobie8 places wishing to ex Justice William 0. .Douglas he contended tf
S {hf&rn Miss :Pan America.Recen1a.atJ tend greetings,to their patronsare by ,generaldiscussion violence, resulting in the was "expense
graduate, from G. urged tov place their ad will be shown and a death of two and injuries to paid," indicating that: the fed. '
follow.;
will
W. C&rver.ll1gh., She; Is' interest-' no.: liter (than jWednesday. I tD .J The public Is Invited. Refresh I many and forced Kennedy eral government may possibly f tbe'
to send in a of )(
10.000-
,. ed In 'modeUnr. her bobbles are 19rEditor.., meets will be served. Donation I troop footing the bill for "political f

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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. Honors For Sceiva Citizens Do Volunteer sages be sold. .at corsages the World that Fashion were to

PAGE 2 SATURDAY DECEMBER 15 1962 Adams Fair of the Miami YWCA .
Work at Youth Hall the proceeds from which wouldgo

Sceiva Arams, 1960 graduateof to help further the work of
Carver High School and Blanche Calloway, executive the 'Y' in other lands.
BCC Gets :$12,299, More currently a junior at Tuskegee director of WMBM Community,
I Institute has been notified of Service reports that the volun Here were young people who
her inclusion in the forthcoming I teer program at Youth Hall has for various reasons, were con'
From United College Fund edition of Who's Who among received wonderful cooperationfrom fined at Youth Hall,and willing
; students in American Colleges. the Interested people In to help In a worthv cause

An allocation of $12,299 will education, nation-wide rsupport valedic- the community. The YWC. Knowedge of the situation the
Miss Adams who was
be mailed this week to Bethune Dart in the need for more creative activity'or
has steadily increased. Contributions torian of her high school class nlays a program-
the
Cookman College, the United ins "Christmas Corsages and youngsters was brought
made to the annual national > has continued her interest in ? ArmbYlster:
Negro College Fund reported Youngsters.
here this week. This sum brings UNCF appeals provide extra-curricular activities. A for to the attention of the membersof
the total UNCF 'grants to Be approximately 10 percent of mer Delta debutante, she is sec Silver leaves, gold leaves, the Advisory Committee of
thune for the current calendar the combined operating budgetsof retary and dean of pledgees of $preen leaves floral tape, white the Northwest Dade YWCA
to $41,184.A the member schools. the undergraduate chapter of Christmas bells, red berries, Center by Mrs. Vashti Armbris.
year Delta Sigma Theta Sorority tiny candy canes, little red ter. The chairman. Mrs. Doris
charter member, Bethune- Allocations to the participating She" is the current "Miss Ome- nosed reindeer, pins, green Yaeger. a committee mender,
Cookman has been an active institutions are determined ga. Other activities include hews, red bows, tiny snowmen, Mrs. Theo Pash and Mrs. Cam.lyn -
participant in the College Fund by a formula developed by the secretary of the Interfraternity Christmas bells. ,
H2"a"d. Program directorof
No restrictions Council member of the student-
college presidents.
since it was founded in 1944as ; the YWCA met with the
the nation's first educational are placed on the yearly: faculty committee and presidentof These were all part of the and shared details eirls
chest. appropriations. However, Be the campus YWCA. In the little mountain of colorful sun- make on "how" to
community thune and the other members capacity, she will attend the nlles in the center of the tablein corsages.
Thirty-two colleges and universities report using the contributions National College YWCA Confer- the Recreation Room at The real value here are the
are affiliated with the primarily to provide scholar: ence scheduled to begin Dec. Youth Hall._Out of It were created satisfactionsgained by the
Fund this year. All are inde ships. baelufut girls In 'creating/ Think' of the
pendent, accredited institutions ated beautiful Christmas cor- girl who sat back because she
located in the South. Since the I was afraid she would '.mp a ,,n"
College Fund pioneered coop- "How Much Should the materials. How rewarding

erative fund raising for higher mentary education major, re- to her when, after being persuaded

You Spend For ceived a third scholarship from to try, found she could
Tuskegee this one covering create something beautiful.The .
HabU? of U. S. Males Christmas"Large a full year's tution. She was re- YWCA Is '
a full year's tuition. She was re concerned with
vouth, wherever
"Girl-Watching they are., Mrs.
cently categorized as the
Holland will be
families with limited working with
x} Justifiably proud Is her
Studied For ShapeOf the girls one period
budgets can give Christmas JaN famly Mr. and Mrs. Nelson L. a month in
kd crafts
of value and still retain / a program.
Things to Come" gifts Adams her young brother, Nel-
the expense if they follow a son Jr., and her grandmother,
simple financial program.In Mrs. Sceiva Adams. Her ...
Girl-watching, to most people, parentsare
may be considered just a pleas the December issue of La- 'I themselves graduates of BRIGHT MORNING STAR
ant male national pastime.But dies' Home Journal, financial Tuskegee. Her father is principal SPECIAL CHRISTMAS
for at least one leading counselor Sidney Margolius: out of one of the largest ele-
PROGRAM
view that fair maiden walking lines a three point pogram that mentary schools in Dade County
girdle manufacture, how men finances this'I Dunbar; associate chair-
will help family
man of the Florida Sunday, Dec. 23 at 7:30: pm.a .
Council
down the street is pure science well in future for
year as as years. I well-planned musical
program
Elementary Education
almost rating on a par ; an will be rendered
by
with the annual stockholders'renort. Gift purchases can lie financed Omega, and a leading laymanof standing soloists and many musiciansof out
If there is not enough cash St. John's Institutional Baptist Miami. This Cantata
available. But the borrower Church. Mrs. Naomi Allen entitled
The
company, according to 'My Beloved Son" should
who also be an
Look magazine today sent should make every effort to obtain was an outstanding inspiration to
teams of -pretty female Investigators the loan at the least pos- 26 at the University of Illinois. time campus personality, is a long- are cordially Invited everyone to and attend.all
out to 26 cities! across sible cost. Gifts selected shouldbe This year, Miss Adams, ele- Homemaking instructor at
the nation. The girls had this of a high value and of en Carver Hi+h SchooL Rev. R. Smith, pastor
to report about the manly roving during interest. And most Important
eye: every family should begin .-.
The average male spends now saving for next year.
about 4.3 seconds looking at agirl's
The Ladies' Home Journal
figure, and at her face
for about 1.2 seconds. article is titled "How Much
Should You Spend for Christmas
Legs and
hips seem to get the '
most attention from the men ?

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folk.The
shyest gazers proved to
be well-dressed executives. ANDREWS JEWELERS
The boldest: construction
workers. EXPERT WATCH AND

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GEE WIIIZI tHE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. '
Carroll Named To Governor's Comm.Earl MONEY FOLLOWS I SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1962 PAGE 3 I

Jackson Carroll, son ofMrs works as a playground Instructor
Una 0. Carroll and graduate and substitute teacher in THIS MAN"An
of Booker T. Washington the Dade County School system. Ii

High School and Florida A&M Carrol has also been recommended honest man's the noblest !
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University, has been appointed by Senator George work of God," wrote Pope
to the Governor's Committeeon Smathers and RepresentativeDante many years aco. And the epithet
Employment for the Physi Fascell to the President's might well describe: Douglas
Committee on Employment of l Johnson of Los Angeles. .
cally Handicapped. the handicapped. f= r a rv, i
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Last year the former *anltor ly
He is also interested in the found and returned a Brink's pi li r
field of politics and has a yen Co. sack containing $250,000. He yl u \
to run for pul/lic office. was given n reward of $10.000
and the title of being "the
If anyone is interested in haying "
Mr. Carroll as a rpeaker world's most honest man a. I
contact him at 757-4087 or 535NW Johnson vent Into the construction
13th St.MOZELLE. hauling: business.
Last week ho was over paid
{ $00.000 on a $30 money order he -A t \
'$ ; v {, GETS had purchased from a firm to '
pay wages: to Wiley Simpson, k
PIEZE NEWS one" of his "helpers -
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SPOT Discovering the error on .
Thanksgiving Day, he notified
the company: of the mechanical:
WMDM on Monday, Dec. 3,
mistake, and arranged to have
Members of the Christian
; commenced its program with the check returned and get a
f; "Radio' Live" a new concept in new order for $38. Hospital boxing show commit.
American radio broadcasting. The Christmas SpiritI tee beam as Promoter Chris
Many features are now being
Dundee makes out check for
presented. The friends of
many designed to help the: needy of the successful show held at MIami
the late Elliott J. Pieze will lie the Each month come 'softly Into the still,
pleased to know that his Com i community. Beach Auditorium last
Carroll Is a veteran of the munity News broadcast will be Heartbeat will aid needy families : white homeof
Korean War where he !corved, continued Monday through Friday and Institutions. This pain, and lips that are too month.
as an administrative clerk. on two ten minute month Heartbeat te supplying weak to Shown are Dr. John Bauer,
Upon discharge he worked programs turkeys and toys to many needy speak Just tremble In silent, elo
as at 7:30: a.m. and 6.30pan. : Dr. Sidney Cox, Dundee, Frank
a clerk at the Veterans Admin brought to you by Rev families In the area. quent gratitude, Ross Standing are Dr. Murray
istration and served as a law M. C. Mozelle. WMBM "Radio Live" Is now In a thousand ways I cause the Radin and Garth C. Reeves. -
clerk at the William Harvey I In the process of Inaugurating weary worldto Johnson photo.
Huff firm In Chicago. He now Heartbeat, a new program is a new editorial program for Its look up into the face of
listeners that will round out God, and fora
their community service pro- little moment forget the RUMMAGE HALE

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SAGE 4 SATURDAY" DECEMBER) IS, 1962 .... 'Personal, .. Mention Chrigipp.! SunristSErY1C r; Anniversary City-Wide Mission",". *
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Miss Rosa A, Coffee grand .., < rr r. ,,,.t'' CUt-Wide* :Mfeslon.
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assistant secretary!, ,of : / \1'i r.
Christmas; ;*rtiornlng service Lula Moran, president, will ob.
Orand Tempi' of the improved wJU be held. orfthe Sweeting EstaMjChrmroa e''W e* its anniversary this Prltfoji -
Benevolent Protective Order of morning *t\6M: night, Dec. 14, at the St
theVorld ,and a former Jeadi SbcX' 2118 fJW 4th '.St.,. Ft.Latiderclale. Sanies Baptist Church 323 NW14th
... er of Dade County, i iq in' the Pi and High 'School'chorus St., Rov. J, L Johnson paa
Ethel A,
Miss
Mnlti- rNt- 1"0"'N. lath Aveane-Phone\ Florida-Phone: OI",1 FR-(1421htra.n 8.2880HEKVKS city Grice vMttn before leaving for. the Mrs. Rhoda; 'under Sneed ftherfJicectiQn, will: ftwnlshi'Pf ito.;he speaker for he 'occasion

_'h at..._1112_N.W.._ Third 4rH. Avt'IlAml'...:..-!.. r Bahamas: to spend the holidays.'I I special,Christmas music. rfueStspeaker 'is the riev: p.1 W wt1ltams,'tas.
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An Sunday Dec. 9 all lodge;and .' : Str; Luke Tapti t''
'it SIGiSMUND Editor Mid Publisher! will be Rev. .1 *:A, Allen. tor of Church
CM nTH C. RKBVKS, Managing Editor temples held their national an :The public is invltednb:at. 'T he %y,'A!;. tanfi1Wl'alterimeth '
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.. --- nual Memorial Service with a Ite: vU tL
served \itbite"If
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Member of the Associated Negro Press; parade terminating at Temple 5' : ., ... ,..: : /" .... .. .. _
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers,AslocUUoagimfiCWPTION Baptist Church Daughters Jind I' .' 1 .. .,,: ,: : .-M.e.:: : :. .- -

RATES .1..' 'Brothers welcome extended to ,Daughter words'Coffee of, '. 0#. .. .'.',j'Q ,1 ';J'S,Daily ." ,. .'. '. .
ONH; VTJAR !$\.00 ;- SIX MONTHS $3.0FOREIGN: $6.00 ',their national offi.ee/6r t: ;.";'''.:.' '. ...: '. ,. I! :;, .; .:, "'' :111,. ',U .
1 Kntered a*-Second; "' Cla TMatter,, August 0 t J02T, alt the Post Oat ;being.In.attendance. Miss Coffee; ." DED MS tift&M' '
Miami Florida under the art of March 3, 1876 .now makes her home in Cleveland .3 .::.K&fclOA;J 1 + GARAGE
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"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" 820 N W. 76th, Street .
1'11141X:110 mSS: believer that America can best lead the w.rld Airman Basic Willie E Blunt, $13,500 Total Cash .' .
fioni racial and national antagonisms when it accords to every man jj $400 $20.77 week j

rE' lrIU"MrRc't','color or erred his Press htunan strhcts and legal to help rights.every Hating man 'graduate a 19G2 and Miami son-.of'Mrs.Northwestern Louise j j CBS, tile roof, large f living room, big Florida room

no In the man firm fearing belief no that iruin all-the men Negro are hurt as long as anyone Is held Porter of 2325 NW '71st Terr., formal dining room, stove, refrigerator, washingmachine
back. Is tfelnar reassigned to Tyndall.! full tile bath, garage, many tropical plants

AFB duty, as'Fla., a carpenter.for training. and and trees. No qualifying, no closing costs, no 1962
POLITICALLY SPEAKING taxes. Remember, only $20.77 a week.

President Ken- .__. __.._.
called Airman
Last Saturday Republicans on Third Class: Frederick .
nedy for action toward complete elimination. of communist W. Jackson of 2331 NW 71st 3 BEDROOMS FLORIDA ROOM CARPORTE
Terr., and a 12\ graduate of
overthrow of Fidel
in Cuba and the :
military power Northwestern ,
High has bppn "
reassigned to K. I. Sawyer AFB 753 N.W.. 52nd Street

Castro.The resolution was adopted at a conference of the Mich., for training and duty as $4'50
$14,400 Total *
a vehicle operator. CashN $22.85 Week
the ad-
Republican National Committee at which time I
ministration was accused of deceiving the American CBS. Big living room, large FloritHaj room, formal
people about the presence of missiles in Cuba at a time REAL ESTATE BOARD dining room, large bedrooms, deluxe kitchen, stove,
when Republicans exposed their presence there. All real estate brokers sales. refrigerator, all cedar lined closets, 2 linen closets,
The Republicans also condemned the big increasein men rent collectors and those II solar system. House built on 2 lots.. Suitable for 2.
who
are interested in real 1
estate -
federal spending. i and allied fields are invited families. 12 x 16 CBS 'cottage in .rea,.. One FHA

The Russians have reported the removal of missiles to attend the meeting of the mortgage. No closing cofts. NO,1962 taxes:.Remem
Dade County Real Estate Board ber $22.85 *
only a week.. ,
and bombers from Cuba and he U.S. government has rea- and its auxiliary Sunday, Dec. ,tI
son to believe what they said However: there are rumors 16 at 4 pm. at the residence of -- .-+-' "
that some of those weapons have been hidden in caves. Mr. and Mrs Rudolph Pullom,
It will be difficult to confirm such rumors unless anon 4865 NW 31st Ave. I, I Gunsori Realtyf, Inc.

the spot inspection was made. This, Fidel Castro said, Membership is now open to
will not be allowed. bers.allied,Come associate and be and a board part of mem this I 561 NE 79th Street PL 4-1841

Russia has thousands of troops in Cuba, President wonderful organization. I "
Kennedy wants them out of Castro's domain. Reports are : = :;: == tmhm =

lhat some have left.. : n --. -,r.b. _.. ,mmmmmmm-""+ ...... ...... ..... ..." I"I: "'-. a.a.a. II a. n..' n..n.. -_...
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Premier Khrushchev feels that he has kept his partof .
the bargain by removing rockets and bombers, and II
now, wants President Kennedy to keep his by guaranteeing JEWELRY I IELGIN
1MANLEY'S
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no invasion of Cuba. .

The President, is not as yet satisfied. While he has
ordered most of the navy and army from Key West,
Homestead and 'other places, he has maintained' enoughto Two .Convenient. Locations
keep a protective eye on Cuba and will do so until he .,


is perfectly He said satisfied.''his pulling out of Cuba is not a sign of weak- 1702 N.W. 30th, St. NE5-5911 |

ness. There is only one choice before mankind in our time: .
"Peaceful coexistence or devastating war," said Krush-

chev. e 12872 Biscayne Blvd. PL 4-6271 f

There is no question that the United States and

Cuba were very near to waging war. Our nation and perhaps i e.W ---:-.
the world are pleased that such a catastrophe has i
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been temporarily avoided. Let us hope and pray that I1J4W Open
there will come such settlement as will result in a lasting ; Every Night. Until Christmas
peace. 'i( ....

Republicans say they will 'be working with the regular C' Bulova Hamilton Elgin Benrus
organizations in every state to support all candidatesfor
election in 1964. They want to take over from the I' Beautiful Watches

White House down. 5 .... ....
That's quite a task. Those who live to see it, will From. $14.95 up

witness a very interesting scene. w nus FED. t I
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Matched Diamond
Sets. $49.50 up

State reapportionment remains' unsettled. Even
since the special session of the Legislature ,adjourned -- .o ----_._ .
after failing to agree on some plan members of that LARGEST 25
body have been trying to come up with something accep- r47- SELECTION OF

table to the majority. So far no success. WEDDING BANDS
of the members there 1
Late rumors are that some agree 11
will be support enough to pass a reapportionment bill if ,,; i >r IN TOWN

the opportunity Is given =o IDENTIFICATION'BRACELETS .
CHARMS AND
Governor Farris Bryant believes that since the voters I 'BRACELETS
STONE .
rejected: the 46-senator, representative constitu- RINGS NECKLACES g
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tional amendment on the November ballot, all other .. JEWELRY BOXES CLOCKS BULOVA RADIOS

,\ plans should stand the test of statewide referendum ... '; *!A
II There is also a suggestion that a; single chamber r .' '- .. ... ._ .. ..
state legislature be considered. Petitions have been filed I & tiI
J asking the federal court to draw. districts with both senate LOOK 20
i and house membership based, on population. PER CENT OFF
SPORTSMAN
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Of All low pk.. 17 li.ihockmtitant 0
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Our Metro government is makinga: survey.of police COUNT ON '
ANY 8Zone
departments In Dade County. The survey is being made .lumlnov, dial waterproof, ONLY. J.ITEM. (CASH. PURCHASES. ,
I by the .field serviced division of: theJnternational, Association ii ) JSl
of Chiefs [of Polico which .has $'eady.made a i ELGIN & ; .
lengthy report of .the liarnlPolice" ;l) rt'ment. c Your ft4Jne ............ ,i ." 'ii .
I You'll kp a tow wNh.thH.- _. x..11' .-.........'q................1..1...1.1.1..1.,1... : ...
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This survey will include organization, administration, ( qul Ite aty""sI of this" fine 17. i SI (Plwsa.'Print) ,
}! training programs, records and communication facilities. I, (j.w.1 i watch. Shodc.rtalatont fj J t ., ., .'" .... .I" r rJls :;.,;

Cost to the taxpayers, $24,500. The Miami survey was wMiunbrMkabltmalMprbio. Address ............. it'f..,.... ..... ... .. J'l .1.' ..' ".tiII ...
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r' $18,000, making a total of $42,500. I ., cw Woct. ,,: tJ.''i ._. 'eT
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'" '" V ... ..., ,,' of ;Miss ANN.CORA WILLIAMSto THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.
JAMES COLLINS. Miss SATURDAY DECEMBER 15. 1962 PAGE ,5

"m N' :, ',' / '.'ft) ,. n' 'c. Mr. and Mrs. SIMEON L. WIL-- s xvv B &d& fiSV S tftf tf tf f AA I

I, ,, < ; Williams LIAMS of Is'the Gainesville daughter and the of AT -CLYDE KILLENS'

..l'kJSft.'d< H. late Mrs. Edna B ley Williams
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"I.;fMw, "If1t"v. .,t l.n, .n'.I..l\1 ,. 1. 4r'/.I\' I, LI Mr. Williams Is a Junior at Illinois .ilVIG. I '; : :
: I ,: University. Mr. Collins 'T' BE t
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'Jo'O.i'; '.q i !",.), "118}.'...'.:it 1""k' ."t.. r.' ": ," <\o,'.. r .1 comes from ,a prominent family : ,
whose roots' embedded deepIn
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: the of Macon
, history ,
t"rr. .' ,
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and Washington D. C. is a certified "
FrL,3flt.Spn.D .14-15-16
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Cittat'BQOK. graduate of both Howard U, andD. DOUBLE ATTRACTION ,
1:.! GEMS. fqc I'vers. They dive in the Richmond

"I, and IPtversS essfulpeppl@ ,Heights ',area.W..benl C. College. I !t n r 1t ,
>, ,,,fundamentally! yare c giv tasked about :those The wedding will be solemn
ers. Their jninds' pct. l1ok.*S adults,:'other than his parents, ized at the Church of the In-
e static storehouses, but as thane who lit inspirational.candles carnation.. ,Following the ceremony !;
\ \ bleb through which Ideas*pass ''early fn his life he beamed with "the reception 'will be

,, long to others. They ,do. not gratitude] ,and pride as he re- held at 'the home of her aunt,
,I"i jnerely read what others 'have'' Ihetnbe&d Mesdames IRENE Mrs. JAMIE BAILEY BRYANT I : /

: thought and done they .have, KING.STRAUGHTER, ALMA who resides at 5200 NW 12th
I houghts and Ideas of their owlf BROOkS PEARL TATE JENKINS Ave. The uniting of.,these two
I and they carry ,them l,Into ac.5-. ,' HUBER-P REYNOLDS, prominent families by matrimony -

,lion. They live creatively. ,.. and-Rev. J, P.: DUNCAN. promises to be one of the

The mass of people escapethe We1, hope Mr. Fryar will con. largest affairs of the season. : S
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pain and toil of creative tinue in the high places of Many out of town guests are-ear-
effort by merely listening to leadership and service and he pected.

,the,radio,. watching the movies;; too! will light inspirational 1 1r ti ks''
reading the magazines and candles for those who .pass his I ,

books. The successful peopleare ways; HAPPY WEDDING ANNIVERSARY -
the creators of these hI'I y GREETINGS to Mr.
things I NOTES. The Dade County and Mrs. & E. Brown, Dec. 17; <' +y i
Real Estate Board and its auxiliary Rubin i' I
Mr. and Mrs. Laughlin,
do aitly
The of the people $
mass t
is having a very Important Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rogers,
the routine work, following the 'meeting Sunday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Walker, 4
:well-worn grooves of life. The Dec'l19, at ,the home of Pre* Dec. 19; Mr. and Mrs Charles
; (successful men build the factories dentt Rudolph Pullom. Mrs.
Hadley, Dec. 20. THE DELLS
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design the, products' ,and., Dorothy Baker, auxiliary president ________ .
Create the jobs! ,. has planned an exciting t' )"

t Our DESTINY to a great de- program. He who misses ,this IIAPPnIRTJlJA Y GreetIngs i- '"The Bosa Nova Bird" .

'gree depends 'upon' whether: mewing will have missed one to Elisha S. Clarke, III, Formerly with the Dinah Washington Show
RECEIVERS of the best WILHELM1NA Willie Parker, Emerald Gardner
we are Just or
GEIGER BURGESS of Elaine J. Clara .
Opa- Adderley,
In life.SPOTLIG1iT.
\ DIVERS lociw is, home again after graduating Roundtree, Amanda Franklin,

FEATURE. trom the Modern School Pamela Bethel, Pauline Jones, Plus an all star show
of blush. in Washington. She is Nonnie Mae Tebron, Dec. 16, .
one:,''ot the gifted musicians in Edith Bishop, Ronald Baskin, I Frank DuBoue Band Bobby Marshall, M.C.

me ,area. Willie Hue Jamison, Mamon L. Joya Lane Dancers'
Martin, Mary McKahn, Dec. 17;
l AMU has requested the services Mnnle Carey, Lorraine Sawyer,
ot J0,5E1'bi
CHARLES
Harriett E. Hart LaVerne S.
}'u; L Dade ,
once more. County
Thomas Albury Jr.,
Bojid of Barkley,
pubuc lnstrucuon Dec. 18 Adlai Pappy Elry
.tas. ; ,
giauteu me request Mr.
Sands Herberleen
Cody, TonyA.
) rteze
id a specialist m studenti1Kcattuus
Moss, Aida Welch, .Jennie S.
and placement lit Rogers, Clara Alexander, Dec. M
60S 911 me lutuu> ot JNoiindaueJi.&u.
19; Sarah D. Bell, Elizabeth
sigh ainuol. As !t Soon asUi5'WUt
Thomas, Nellie Barr, Wilder,
: : v u me; umveibiiy is.u Dec. 20; Theda Roso James,
UIfl .
L "a. ne will leiuui. ills
Myron Dawkins, Dorothy Hines,
variil.o ate .
AH 1&11UU'I.:: Jtio&ea
Michael
limes, Dec. 21; LouiseA.
,
"lett .
: coming Horn JacKbun -
Mitchell, James T. Bowman,
\ Vi1Jr : .\h:>.>. to icitu luuidi support Bershane R. Palmer, Frances

''I. to liie' tcttiu Ul Waiiiora wen Bryant, Prlscilla Glenton, Mar-
euitui iiiU pUt lLsuee of '!'ne cia Carter, Dec. 22.TIIOUGIThOli .
Jac:)".iun Alltel pi'lat:, ivlTb. SeUtn i
1 .t; tinny rrt, i>iii. uia Tatum
anLJ 1)1' .4\1Ul\.a\ u,. wouuaru anu THE WEEK:
t. 1 e U paL r a 'inompson.mite with it. You have done what
'1'neae piuie:: ors aretnemuers with It. YYou have done what
01 ueiu 1 Meta Sorority you could; some blunders no 7

Sand were SHown many court doubt, crept In; forget them as
UdUtlll uy me &. u MoSeala and soon as you can. Tomorrow is STEVE ALAIMO
>EMANUEL R. FRYER Jr., rep-- me Rouble Wrights. a new day; you shall begin it
resents that class of up-and- well and with too high a spiritto
coming young men whose devotions h'esueut Kc U1J1Cl<'S daughter be cumbered with your old "Every Day I Have to Cry"
to developing worth. Mm. blilULEX HEDDltKVANDhHPOOL : nonsense.-Emerson.
while citizens prod them to who lives m -e -----
rendering unselfish service to ,Nassau, came over bur the Ordng -
the communities of which they iiioasom:: classic lestivi- Admission Friday and Sunday $1,50
WHY PAY RENT?
are a part and In which they :ties ", planing and sports en- Admission Saturday $2.00
too were reared and educated.Of ,tnusiasta:: t;. biONJAAHN Mc.i Own home
such Is Mr. Fryar. i MILLAR and LEAF HOLLAND your own
.
He Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. ot IJruyettevUle" ti.C. were recent .'
2-houses
,k John Fryar of 6119 SW 66th nouse guests of tne Rob- $300 buys t. ,Coming December 21-22-23
AVngnts. Mr. Holland, son-
Miami. Palatka Is the
Souht
( St.place, of his birth. lie was in-law ot the Wngnts, will soon 4 BEDROOM HOME

t brought to South Miami at an be I'': on his way to Germany 1.,
early age and attended J. R. E.' wnere he Is scheduled to be 2440 NW 159th Terr. + ;

Lee and Carver Elementary stationed for ,an unstipulated
Schools and Carver High. He tine; He is making the Army a 3 BEDROOM HOME M

went on to college and receive carter Mr. and Mrs. OAR. .
a ed a B. S. degree at Clark College RETTE (Eloise) HOWARD 1900 NW 163rd St. Rd''. 1 iP Mfr
and has done work towards were called to the bedside of '
the masters degree at the University hid ,grandmother who lives in Opa-Iocka, Flee: i; : I

I f of Pittsburgh. An active Sldiiphls, Tenn. Mr. Howard is 1 t
member of St. Paul AME a tnaintenance engineer at the mortgage y'Y

Church In Coconut Grove, he Liberty City School and Mrs. OPEN FROM 10 TO 2 P.M. 4 %
devotes time to the youth move- Howard is a nurse at Jackson
bents. You will find him work Memorial Hospital. They should \
ing with Scouting and other be'back to their respective positions /
such activities. He holds mem as this goes to press. f
in Alpha Phi ; ,
bership Alpha
Fraternity, NE A, ATA and Police Sgt. CLINTON EARL Open 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday

the Richmond Heights Citizens WILLIAMS is in Jackson Memorial DUPLEX $750 DOWN M: ;;

Committee. Hospital, the result of I '
Ills twelve of teaching an' accident during the manipulations 2023 2025 NW, 43nd St. 'H; ** I I "
years
have been devoted to the of planting safeguards $103 per month, 2 bed _

of education. This has before the Orange Blossom room each tide. You can .

been cause demonstrated of leadership in given,the capacity as. I Classic tragic situation Parade. !This! t Prin.la .a IsaacMears' most live,rent free !In this beau .,. ,,...'..-' ? J44 ...'''''.: I,

been elected president mother came down from tiful CBS unit. .. \. 'i

'having of Dade County Teacher's As- the "Gateway City". Jacksonville $500 DOWN $80 MONTH _: r $ 6'
lassic and
sociation for two consecutive to attend the
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shared happy play moments with !
terms. He has served as vice ..
grandchildren MICHAEL, ik" .
president of DCTA, resident 929 NW 49th Street i
of ACE and worked on KEITH, PAULA and PAMELA 'f). t

the Dade County Committee of ,. PATRICK RANGE. was $9,500 total, 2 bedroom ;
treated to a birthday party Dec. :
Salary Steering, Instructional 1.
Planning, and Personnel Prob- 7, by his mother. Arriving on CBS, porch, garage, hard. ("/i.' ,
lems. He'served three years 11 th4 day of the party were his wood floors. ThU U a beau \ ; .

months and 13 days in the Ar sister and her husband The ty. See today. ;;,,1 'I' .
my attaining the rank of Ser LEES Dr. JAMES JOHNSON tv' \
the son of the 'Daniel ,
geant. We arrange financing alto .J ,:
Johnsons Is home from a tpur
Much credit Is given to the of jt duty in, Germany: We are
moral support de yed.frcnnh1tparents looking 'forward "eventually to Trio Realty ;' ,f.

mer ALETHEA and his HAWKINS wife, the for of hi*'.a coming practice home here.and settingup 801 NW 54th St. .F ,}rl ( ,

and t
Mrs. Fryar
Petersburg
St. PL 9-8372 PL 9-545.1!] \
their three children providethe 1 DUKE OF EARL
atmosphere in the NE 5-8745
type of BELLS will chime
home which is sorely needed the I "You Threw a Lucky Punch"b1 a
heralding marriage
the end of each day. f' 1 I
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l LOS ED... Prices Good thru December 15th Welter's AG Store Only
KEYS MADE MONEY ORDERS LIGHT BILLS NOTARY PUBLIC
HAVE SOME TOYS AT, BARGAIN PRICES.
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Pork Chops Ib 49 r ',,'. Roll Sausage Ib 29!
LB.
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Pig Feet Ib 150 l ; Franks 12 oz. 29cFAMOUS


Salt-. Pork Ib 290 : '. Bacon BRAND Ib 390


Fryers Pound ? ..., Beef Liver lb 291
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Pecans STUART 59 494 Peas RDti E for 35*

(With $5.00 Order or more)
Yams 3 ibs 19*' I Giant FAB49 10 OZ. BIRDSEYELeaf Spinach

iias; Ib 50 (With$5.00 Order-or more....) 2' for 350
2 POUND
_---"JII l LB. BLUE BONNET
10 LBS Fruit Cake
Potatoes 39' $1.19 Oleo 2 for 49*

... .... Ms STARKIST CHUNK DAISY LB
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Onions 3 lbs 290 ... .. Cheese 491
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LOWEST PRICES IN TOWN WATCH OUR SIGNBOARDS _
I Wa Cash Payroll Checks Cold Beer At All Times Open 24 Hours A Day I
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300 LYKESCorned 4 ROLL PACKAGE
Beef Hash 294 Royal Toilet Tissue 25

24 HALVES OR SLICES 46 oz. ALOHAPineapple
Hunt's Peaches 250 Juice 25C

303 DEL MONTE GOLDEN BANTAM QUAKER
Corn 2 for 390 Quick Grits 5 Ibs Z90
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, I FLA. "L.L&&&&&&&&:;&z"... ...... n 1 i -' the goal la the, same; peace; Alp

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1962 PAGE 7r.r. Pun PhunBy I Your HealthIly urlty God;, religion is andtHef.f approach ;

: Organized! worship and
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}'f{JI..JI'.1I .D.JI..lI.lIr.JrJl: :D'JI.JI..JIJiI.jJ.JT.lrJIJI I jyJt :tf r- prayer, Sunday Schools and

4 ........ ;; ::t church, scriptures and cot ver'
f; mess People. slon, education and leadership,
NEWS VIEWSA all for one thing brotherhood .
scientist states that it was and the glory of God for
Places. an apricot and not an apple the good of all.
that started the trouble in the \
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Garden of Eden. He says that Since all are for one thing,
apples didn't grow in the local r P9 why are not all working In unison -
ity of the Garden. Well whether for a common goal? So
Things. : apple or apricot, the troublewas 1 : many things play into the pic
really started by the pear .li p .1 w ;tl ture that it is hard to find an

IIY LAWRENCE I BERT COOPER I mean pair who ate ...... ," answer. Barriers seem_ endless.

I-...--. -. -. ---. -_,&m. ..,...._....... the forbidden fruit. to''I DK M. RADIN I over and yet the as trail one looks of the backward human
A minister has filed suit .
ANOTHER ONE of J. U. E. of Jackson College, Al Lockhart, force removal from Dade Mh.YVtWA..VA.h.hMV. MVI'It '.. race, much progress surely can II
Lee's Classic Times has passed Herb Wright, Buddy Young, schools of a textbook he claims be observed. Tolerance Is one
into history.This the midget foottftill: great; S. J. teaches evolution. He won't may seem strange, but of the most Important aids to ,
30th Classic, in our opin Phillips of Pepsi Cola, the Presi stand for any book that tries to everyone, regardless of race or progress. Realize that you are i 1
ion surpassed the previous 29 dent of the Canadian football make a monkey out of man. color or station in life, is seeking no better or worse than the
"kick and run" events. league and Stan Muslal. pretty much the same thing, least of God's creations.
The pomp and pagentry of Our old "pals" Dr. and Mrs. I'm not sure I dig this evolution -
all want peace, security and Health, in a great measure, t
the events leading up to our George Gore Jake Gaither business. In fact, Darwin'stneory
health All, in a vague sort of determines your outlook upon
favorite team's ,defeat,. .had allthe'flavor Chuck..Smith-' usual nag meup 11 tree.
as gave us way, seek God, the source from life and here again to this one
of the banquet circuit the glad hand. Our press box Dade County's traffic fatality which all good flows, even so, goal there are many roads, see
that Joe Garagiola travels. buddy J. R. E. Lee, Jr. managed record seems to prove the Validity the approach to that goal Is your doctor for a physical
The Eden Roc luncheon that again to put up with our kid. of evolution. As yet, we very different. Some seek thru checkup follow his advicean
the St. Louis Cards' ex-catcher ding him about his beloved drivers and pedestrians don't Individual effort with tooth and you will be rewarded witha
toast-mastered on last Fridaywas Rattlers. On the serious side we. seem to have completely evolv i claw so to speak. They stop at healthier and a happier out
the cream event; with Pepsi questioned him about the possibility ed. I nothing, force, deception, crime, look on life
of a nation-wide telecast Some drivers are encouraginga to accomplish their end. Others
Cola hosting at the
Hampton of the OB He explained This article Is written to interest
House with a fabulous buffet. game. reversal of the evolutionary resort to gentler means, kind.
Undaunted their loss that the idea is being process. The only way to escape ness and prayer, smile, a help. you in better health by
FAMU Invited by guests to frolicat bantered around, but it will nom tnem is to scoot upa ing hand. But always the aim Dr; M. Radin, 1159 W 3rd Ave.
take some time to be realized.
tree.'
the H. H. with Miss LaVerne The problem is getting some ;,j
Baker strutting her stuff. big,company to sponsor a Negro Banks are holding checkcaaiuag :: -
After game house parties kept affair of this kind.. lie assuredus clmiw tu !meet! mer- :
the town wide awake all night. that this possibility was'nt : giants iruui uau Coax artists JACK'SMEN'S WEAR
The entertainment spots were far-fetched. 'me mcicaams were wameu 10
loaded from here to Ft. Laud. Outside the Hampton Housewe get plenty ol iuenuiicauon. A
944 NW 2nd Avenue
erdale. tried to move in on the 6uuu uiciK; xor me' Writer, pre
Contrary'' to th.6' opinion of luscious: and lovely Foiltz quadsas vents! u uau CHUCK (MIme
many the football game was they were being helped Into UOUKS.) Exclusive'' Men's, Wear, from the top of your head to
well played. Statistics prove their limousine but were foiled. uvu accept uriveis' licenses
the of toes
tip including
this. The Rattlers are a power, I' We had to keep our distance! as lueuuucuuuii. lou may geta your
so is Jackson State. Did the bet. They sho' is purty! bum steer.A Hats Shoes Shirts Suits Trousers Caps of
ter leant win? Maybe! After a grand weekend of
,
'lJ football, dining like a gourmet, bad cneck artist is uno. Styles and quality at popular pricesBE
In sports, an individual or we go Uick to our collard, neck account cnecK writer lie's the r
SURE TO COME AND SEE US
group of'athletes hungry for a'! bones, lima bean soup and corn type of artists who has an unlimited
win agalpst the champ becomean bread! Wait till next year! drawing account.
almost immovable' force.
Such was the case with the Tigers I
of Jackson State The

Rattlers were up against this ,
force and seemingly couldn'tget
no where. it
The sting of last year's defeatin
the Classic dldn't heal., The
needed an antidote.' Determination
Tigers > STARTED ON CARNATION
and hard runningdid s A Y ,
it.There. i
r -STAYED ON CARNATION
isn't very much we'can
say in the line of plaudits for' 4, \
the Rattler band. Whatever col. :
a
or was singed from the Orange % y; J the milk with extra Vitamin D for
and Green men of FAMU. the

uand brought the color back. ? sound teeth and strong bones!
The Maicmng 132 was the ; ,
greatest After all, they rank b,4 '
tau: bcmnu Michigan in the nation
yet! "Bobby grows out of his clothes so fast I can hardly keep
We wouldn't dare slight the him in Jeans'says their mother. "But Francis is growing

good state of Mississippi Its right into them."
uand was really swinging, also. <
All in all, we still think this P4 : fl + Their father, Dr. Robert Higginbotham, is I physician for

was the greatest Classic. Parade the Midland, Pennsylvania High School.His private practice

and all! H takes him many miles through neighboring country.
Perhaps we're a bit bias; just
because it took this annual ''y > t : Mrs. Higginbotham left her art-teaching career several
event for us to dine in the Im x years ago. But she is still an artist in the kitchen-with ana

perial Room of the Eden Roc eye to nutrition "I get extra Vitamin D into this family
dote With surprising impeccable
manners, without spilling ::4) by using Carnation as the milk in puddings and pies and

gravy on our necktie and droptng cocoa-and on cereals!
crumbs on our lap. we
,
used> the correct eating imple Carnation is the healthy family milk-with extra Vitamin

ments and sipped our liudweis- t < ., 4 D to help build sound teeth and-bones. No wonder this
er Just as if we weren't thirsty. milk in the red-and-white can is the world's favorite

Imagine us hobnobbing, chat -J1 evaporated milk, by
ting and shaking hands with _ r
Mayor Oka of Miami Beach, Joe ,. far.'I
Garagiola, Mayor High, Com z
missioners Harold Speight and
k; get th'Cl't"8mJeetcream: :
Chuck Hall, Sam Lacey of the "
just by using Carnation,
,'
Afro-American, Buster Robinson ; x dfrMa ,
"N qY Mrs.Higginbotham declares.

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Only $1.00
Healthy country boys "growing up overnight Bobby to label directions mix. Pour Into Land (
DAVID JEWELERS Francis Hfcginbotham aged 7 and 4, were both 8-Inch crust. Cool. Top with toasted '' I .
1188 N.W. 3rd Avenue Carnation tablet-and they're both Carnation boys I I coconut or sliced bananas. ,

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MIAMI FLA. day That terrfic song styl 37th Aerial-Medical Intern'
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PAGE 8 SATURDAY, DECEMBER IB, 1962 the "Magic City's" Playboy Club to Have are Lt. Colonel Sara ft. Neese

. . . . . . u.11111 .1111111 _.s will compliment point: Squadron command Manion nurse. Set. r '
Adderley's stint to the of Sgt. Sgt. Forgue, Ca pt
par-excellence This lady Review Pollen and Sgt. Calhoun
WHAT GOES. "The protege of Earl Grant, dida
Major Susan Harris
five month engagement at I Officers from the last staff Is in of of Miami
Miami's Thunderbird earlier located in Pittsburgh, Pa. will charge Training the Nurses Re.

.: : Here ad There this year. f review local groups on A Satur- area.serve for the Miami

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Ever heard a steel drum band
DATCIILAR I Here are a couple of things
By LARRY Recognition
? ? ? nor have I but JIM- DayAt
TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT TTTTT1 Tr.TTTTTTTTTTTTTT MIE "Saltjork" REEVES says ,to look into: If you have boughtor

Now that CLASSIC WEEK is safely and successfully he is Mcing' his show featuring thinking about buying a Kendall
:
tucked away in the pages of:history,f o .those; of you who Frank "Floorshow" Williamsand house this year now get
his ROCKETEERS and Sunday afternoon
I this. You must be moved in, or at 4 o'clock
had not already done your Chopping I hope you directly from the Virgin Islands living in the house by the first Recognition Day will be observ.
held on to enough loot to finish it. ...you have only nine for their first appearancein day of 1963 in order to claim ed at the Dade County Child
days left. You have heard this befog. but please allowme Miami, "La Baleria" the homestead exemption for 1963. ren's Home In Kendall. The
'Ito remind you again for the :kids please do "Queen of Limbo" and her steel And don't forget, Christmastime principal speaker will be Mrs
drum band unique, huh? I is the time we live for to Toni Surrency who will be
will
their shopping early enough so you, have time to give Harlem Square is working on marvel at the facial expressionsand by Mrs. Theola Davis presented -
the wide selection of toys a good once over shop for a "surprise package" to round glames in the eyes of our
SAFE toys, the kind that will keep the children occupiedand out its big holiday attraction. i children Before you buy children The Recognition for of deserving
indoors during this festive season. I bought what I'' I'll run 'em down for you next one of those "iron" trees, ask conducted the month will be
week. by
Hey "JEET' (did you the kids and I'll bet Alfonso William
you
consider an excellent toy for my nine year old son eat sair the supervisor.
I a fast) well, find me a I I will continue to buy the real Rev. ErnS
tape recorder. It's difficult to believe it to be a top the Chinese cook that needs a job, ones for them to help with the Hutcherson Jr., will offer the
size and performance is exactly the same as those'one full time restaurant cook, and lights. You know, the kind that benediction.You .
hundred and fifty dollar jobs. I shopped' around, but we'll younk."have some real "foo put the Christmastime aroma In are cordially invited
found, with the discount the biggest saving was alt Rock's. I Ib the air.COMPLETE attend. to

t{ 1 j j ? < The city of magic is becoming 'Roc THE DELLS, who :
more enchanting each day were here with singin' DINAH
taking on its new holiday dress last year, are at the "Beat" I
which tends to make one feel These five are not only tremen JI A
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in the celebrating mood long dous-singers but also put on a''
before the new year. Attractions fine dance routine featuring the
have changed for the bet "BOSSA NOVA": ,
ter or hung on by demand allover
the city. That swingin' organ ,
man JOE WATSON brings 'I
forth tunes that have already "CANNONBALL" ADDER-
assured<; him his engagement at LEY, could sandwich in only I
the Savoy Satellite will extend three days at the double "H" this
well into the new year He'sa I trip, bringing along with his
must. J quintette his ::new" jazz LINE OF
sound. He is a Florida boy, you CHRISTMAS TOYS
CLYDE KILLENS is so hap know attended Florida SMALL DEPOSIT WILL HOLD ANY TOY UNTIL DECEMBER 23RD
py with the attraction he has A&M, and taught school up
this weekend he is already mak- in the 'Dale when he was only r'f. ttChristmas.
in' like Santa Claus STEVE 19 brilliant scholar as well ::! :'
ALAIMO flew right into Clyde'slap as musician. Time Magazine
from the "Wig town" aftera I speaks of him as: "the most im
most successful engagementat portant and most exciting alto NEGRO
the Round Table and Eden I I saxaphone player In jazz to- WHITE

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Puppet-Sb9w.: .' The Baptist Minister's Coun- The annual Recognition pin: .' ',
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of Greater Miami and vicinity ner of the Boy Scouts of -Amor.
rn1mt English students of Mrs. Ava will hold its bi-monthly cession ,pays closing costs. Life Realty' ,
I $rbwn, teacher',jat Northwestern on Monday, Dec. 17 beginningat vision 10, will be held Monday, 1"i'W TY
1 genipr High ,School will pre 715: pm. at the Brownsville Dec. 17, 8 p.m. in the Conven- I :
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sent a puppet show this Satur First Baptist Church, corner ica, South Florida Council Dl-
; day at 1030: at the Liberty NW 46th St. and 23rd Ave. ,: tlon Hall of the Hampton
Station This House, 4200 NW 27th Ave. I 1 ; r
grew Square out of the study 'of project fables. weekly Highlights International on the Sunday current I I Donation to the banquet Is okNc.: : THEA TRE I Iox
I Ik Students
participating be
Ii School Lesson will he given $250 and reservations can be
i Darville }{nawlc Gail Wil. by Bible Expositor Rev. Ran.dofph' made by calling the Scout Service :i'i959' \22nd Ave. and 69th St.
liams and Hattie Williams.
( Thompson and a special Center, NE 3-G3G3. I
sermon ,will be delivered by I I rKKKKKKKrK' \
v. We should like all children :tKKK, KKKKKK -.1c KK KKKKKKKKKKKKKKIeoo
', Rev J.-'W..'Stephens of Antioch 1 I
d. In the area! to participate in \ I .. .
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these activities The station ,is Baptist Church of Brownsville. tloch Baptist Chorus. This Is \ : bW.'sfjQWJ GI
Ie s. open daily from 2,,until 6. 'All church leaders are extendeda our Christmas session, all minIsters .- I ', .. l' ,. .. .. ,. ,"
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Saturday. from 10 to 2. special Invitation to attend are urged to be present. ,
along with all laymen. Music Rev. T. Johnson, president;
S.B Library committee will bV furnished ,by the An Rev. W J, Macon, j
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. Alpha Phi I Morris Brown College! Alumni Ass'nThe

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Alpha MeetingBeta specials Convention Hall Pa., class of '42, here in the cityto

1- the Hampton House Motel attend the classic, gave inspi
I Beta LamlAla chapter of rational remarks to the Miami-
Omegas Observe Achievement WeekIn Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity will and Villas made for a pleasant:
meet at the home of Dr. I. P. ing as the Miami Alumni of ans. Also visiting the city and
recognition of the many were provided by the fraternityto Davis, 1351 Hibiscus St., Saturday Morris Brown College, Atlanta, attending the meeting alumnus
achievements of the citizens of speak on this year's theme, Dec. 15 at 9 p.m. held its initial meeting. A. L. Frank Wilcox; presently employ'

our community, Sigma Alpha to these honor schools.outstanding studentsin Jessie and Dr. W. F. Payne, ed at Florida A and M Univer-
Chapter, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity alumni relations officers for sityslty.
continued Its observance The Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Note of ThanksMrs. the college, were instrumentalin
climaxed Its observance at the organizing the group. The next meeting will be
of National Achievement St. Paul AME Church where Bessie Brunt general held on Saturday, Jan. 12, 8
Week. Achievement Week was Sandra Fox of NorthwesternHigh chairman of the Woman's Day Vivian White was chosen as p.m. at the Pin Land Bowling
first started so that would the achievements be School was chosen as the Committee of First Baptist leader of the organization. Other Lanes, 1975 NW 3Gth St. Subsequent
of and Negroes first called rec talent hunt winner from Sigma Church of Bunche Park, Sunday members of the executive meetings will be held
National Negro was History Week Alpha Chapter.I1ss Fox will Nov. 25, wishes to thank board included. Eirkus Bailes, the second Saturday In each
out of respect for Dr. Carter G. have an opportunity tc compare the many friends for their sup- vice president; Elizabeth Richardson month. All alumni are urged to
Woodson, a member of this fra among winners of chapters: port, cooperation and prayer, all secretary; Lydia R. attend. For further information
ternity. However in 1949 the from Florida, Georgia, Alabama of which have contributed much Higgs, assistant secretary; May contact our president, Vivian
name was changed to Achieve and Mississippi during the District efforts, time and talents to ner Paramore, financial secretary White at NE 4-8015.
ment Week so that the achievements meeting In April of 1963. make this day a success. ; Johnnie Edwards, treasurer
Also honored was William ; Grady King, business manager Seated, left to right: Betty
of all people could 1A I.
recognized. Baggs of the Miami Dally Newsas !! Special thanks to Garth C. ; Lambert Reed; parliamen Espy, Elizabeth Richardson,

u..__.__..... ________ 1 the citizen of the year. A Reeves for the advertisementspace tarian. Mary King, A. L. Jessie, Lydia
special award was given to John in the Miami Times. As Janie Florence, Idamae
dullard as' the Omega Man of we labor together with God, we Dr. Brookner of Pittsburgh. Bales.
.he Year. Brother Bullard has '' pray that he will keep the pressure
proven himself over the years of his way upon us.
.o be a devoted member and
Again thanks.
Dedicated to high standards of
character. In November of this I
ear Mr. Bullard served as
.lairman of the chapter's Schol- man of the talent hunt. Dr. Edward .
ship Fund Drive. I Braynon Is basileus of
Sigma Alpha Chapter, OmegaPsi
The Achievement week chair. Phi Fraternity.


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Sandra Fox of Northwestern
High School, Omega's Talent Standing: Dr. Payne, Mayner Others present were Barbara
Hunt winner. Paramore, Grady King Vivian Farmer, LaJcan and Lambert
White, Dr. Brookner, Johnnie Reed, Barbara Gross, Mary F. I
This. the Miami
year, chapter ro Edwards and Eirkus Bailes. I Bannerman.
broaden its recognition of
achievement by paying tribute
some of our talented young
j.ople in the local high schools.

;'-r:t : fir-- w NHS PTA to Meet Central Life Insurance Co. of Florida

BROWARD 'BOUNTY
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MondayThe "YOUK FRIKNDLY co n'\xy"

NEWS MODERN AND ATTRACTIVE POLICIES FROM
N regular meeting of the $1,000.00 UP TO $50,000.00
PTA will be held Monday, Dec. By WALTER BOWK
w 17 In the auditorium of the Whole Life Endowment Educational
school 8 u.m. All members, parents
and friends are urged to The South Broward VFW Mortgage Redemption
be present and on time. Post No. 8195 will meet Sunday,
A very lively program has Dec. 16, 8 p.m. All membersare Retirement Combination Hospital
been worked out featuring the asked to be present for the
faculty chorus under the direction last meeting of the year. And Home
of Arthur Evans, the choir ALSO
director. The various members The Carver Ranches Fire De
will report on the activity of partment holds its meeting Family Group Plan
the committees' that they have every Monday night at the Father, Mother and all Children Under
been working on. The most important Chamber of Commerce Buildinsr. 21 Years of
one being the committee Please be present. ng" Age Insured Under One Policy
John Dullard, left, receiving
award to secure crossings from the I New-Borns Automatically Insured
Omega Man of the Year After 15 Days
county commissioners. Much Mr. and Mrs. Paul Elmore
of
from Dr. Braynon, basileus of REPRESENTATIVES
the local chapter. progress has been made with Titusville, Fla., were down to'' AND BRANCH OFFICES
just a little cooperation. Now attend the Classic. Mr. Elmore STATEWIDE IN FLORIDA AND ALABAMA
During the week speakers"Automatlon let us all put our shoulders to is the brother of Mrs. Eleanor Call for representative in
A Challenge of the wheel and much more and V. Bowe. I your city for additional
the Future. The speakers were greater progress can be made.; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas of Co- information
Atty. Harold Craynon at Bookv For tnis important meeting, coa were also here to attend the | t.
v T, Washington High; Johnlark the president, Mrs. Hadley, Is game. "
? and J. Lewis of IBM at looking forward to a packed
I
J North Dade and NorthwesternAlso house.
during these same programs Designers
were held talent hunts B C
Christmas Cheer Fashion Sip I


Beautiful Home on_ For Needy The Future Designers of AUTO
Your lot RADIATOR
America invite you to join SERVICE
Sponsored by Wometco Thea them at their fifth annual
JfJuv axd&Staa4ly tres and James E'. Scott Community Fashion Sip Sunday, Dec. 16 1 Hour Service
Association, everyone from four to six p.m. at the Credit AvailableWHILE
should attend there all children James E. Scott auditorium, 7200 I YOU WAIT
attending the show on Dec. 22, NW 22nd Ave. Fashions will be
4 1 p.m. at the following theatresare modeled by local designers. Come in for free checkup
asked to bring canned goodsas 8 POINT SYSTEM
their admittance. Remove Radiator From Rack Flush Engine Block
Ace, Coconut Grove; Ritz, Car Check water
&
TV SICK? pump hoses
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[ in Music BAHA'I ASSEMBLYMiss "Thus Saith TheLord" THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.

[And Song tive Olive Alexander, execu- I SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1962 PAGE 11 +
] The senior choir of Grace director of James E. Scott I ;

1 Presbyterian Church and music Community Association, will I
I students of Mr. and Mrs. Higgs speak at the Baha'i Center 137 QUESTION OF THE WEEK: I
NW To /
11th ave. 8 African Missionary Speak
,will present "Christmas in Dec. 16. The subject, p.m of her Sunday talk,, Is God the Father of all, and ,
Music and
Song
all
on Sunday, one of series are men brothers.
Dec 16 at the church, 6895 NW a on comparative
religions, will be At ChurchZof the Openl Door
\ 14th ave. at 7 p.m. Jesus. : "God and ANSWER: We find our an
The
! A biblical Christmas and a public is cordially swer in the Gospel of John, ;
. modern Christmas will be the invited to attend. Phone Secret chapter 8, verses 42.44, we read: Miss Mary Wlllard Hurlbut, ,
theme Mrs. Rowena Parlin will tary, FR 1-5120. for further in an educhtional missionary in ryT

''be: the narrator. A fellowship formation. "Jesus said unto them, If Angola, Portuguese West Africa T -r
[ hour will follow after the God were your Father ye would for more than 35 years, will
The public is pro. love me: for I proceeded forth speak at the Church of The
[ invited.gram. cordially METROPOLITAN AME and came from God; neither Open Door Sunday Dec. 16, 11
came I of myself but he sent
1778 a.m. Miss Hurlbut was a co-
i NW 69th Street me. Why do ye not understandmy worker of Rev. and Mrs. HenryC.
Rev.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH J. W Williams
pastor speech because
Alma even ye can- McDowell, throughout her
4COO NW 23rd Ave. Barkley, reporter nut near my words. Ye are of missionary career, and is presently -

Rev W, M. Davis Sr., pastor The officers and members and your Father the devil and the a house guest in their

Hazel Cones, reporter friends: of Metropolitan a r every lusts of your Father ye will do, home.
He was a mureder from the beginning
proud to
The chairman, Deacon Lewis acknowledge the
Hurlbut until her recent
and abode in the Miss ,
Graves and co-chairman return of their pastor who /: not
Dea
truth there is truth return to this country on fur
preached the uecause no
annual
con John Walker, the pastor, the Conference in West sermon at in mm. When he speaketh a lie lough, was supervisor of rural
Rev. W. M. Davis and membersof Palm
educational work of the Elen-
the First Beach last week.Metropolitan's he speaketh of his own: for he
Baptist Church
de Mission Station of the United
"
is liar and the father of it.
a
thank all their friends and visi Gospel Chorus Church Board for World Zen'Y.
tors for helping to make theirMen's moved the audience with the
hymn, "I Love Hero we find a clear state Ministries Her responsibilities .
Thy
Kingdom
Day the greatest in its Lord." The members to ment that all are not the child- include not onlythe central Y. f tc -
history. By your prayers and make expect ren of God. The Bible declares school with its some 400 board

the help of God we reached be under greater the leadership progress this of their year two fathers, Satan is one, and ing pupils ot both sexes, but
yond our goal. Our
goal was pastor. God is the other. Each father also more than 350 outstation ;
$3,100, but with
your help we has children of his own, and schools. b ,
raised $1,371. Again we say share all that -... --
thanks to TEMPLE BAPTIST they belongs to Besides supervising these -
everyone. Christian leaders from
him. God offers life and heaven many
Continue to come, and wor I The schools, she organized music parts of the world. Always a
Missionary Society, Mrs. Satan offers death and
ship with i the schools and choirs
us, we are happy with Florence Hepburn classes In missionary at heart she presently -
your presence. president, and Bible classes in the churchesof decided
will hell.We to devote the remain-
I sponsor a tea Sunday, 3 "
pm. at the home of Mr. and become members of the her "parish, a sprawlingarea der of her active life to Chris-
5th Ave. Church of Christ Mrs. H. Clark 1085 NW 63rd St. human family by birth, and as with more than 10,000 tian service, preferably overseas i I.

1809 N.W. 5th Avenue Friends are invited.All a member of this family we arc church members. .
Elder J. C. Jackson the choirs are preparing lost, doomed children of Satan.If Every spring she accompanied She was appointed a missionary -
Nathaniel Thomas pastor for a great Christmas songfest. we, as members of a lost family a group of African teacher in 1923 by the American
reporter Members are urged to attend arc to escape hell, we must on travels of from 1,500 to Board of Commissioners for
The 55th International Con' rehearsal regularly so that become children of God. To be 2,000 miles to help prepare Foreign Missions, now part of
vention of the Churches of God there would be no "silent" come children of God, we must school children for the rigid the United Church Board for
in Christ is being held in ttuj voices in the number. be born again, this second birthis government examinations required World Ministries. After a year
City of Memphis, Tenn. At the not of the will of the flesh, by the Provincial Board of study at Columbia Univer--

Mason Temple headquarters, nor of man, but it is of God. of Education of all pupils be sity, which awarded her a mas
our pastor and wife, church:: NEW PROVIDENCERev. fore they can We promoted. ter's degree in education, she p
mother, and the State Super Christ died on the Cross for During a part or World WarII sailed in 1921, first for Lisbon,
isor of the women departmentof C. J. Burney, pastor our sins, and rose from the Miss Hurlbut was the only Portugal for a year's study of

Eastern Florida, are attend. Sis. Claudia Wilson, reporter dead the third day, because of missioni.v at her station and the Portuguese language, then
ing the convention. We do hope We are looking forward for this, God promises that If we of directed Its medi for West Africa where she servo
that they are enjoying themselves the baptism service Sunday will receive Christ as our Sav necessity ed at Dondi for many years before -
and evangelistic
In the Lord. morning in our 11 o'clock ser iour by faith. He will, by his cal, agricultural its educational going to Elende.
work as well as -
vice. All candidates are askedto power make us children of God She worked devote she has thousands of
be at 10:30 John 112. Therefore program. friends among the
present : a.m. (see ) we African medicine
ST. MARY'S W. M. Continue in prayer for our conclude: hand In hand with and medical people to whom she has been

Rev. H. V. sick. We have sick members in dispensers for more than three decades a
Stuart
An pastor the hospital and at home. 1. God is the Father only to helpers, nurses, teachers and gifted teacher, religious leader
I Dorothy Major until assistance couldbe
reporter preachers
those who have been born again and staunch friend.
Last Sunday morning our assistant by receiving Christ as Saviour. sent from the United States.
minister, Rev. Gladstone MT.CALVARYSunday Too busy to take a vacation at GRACE PRESBYTERIANMorning
Hunter was in charge of the, 2. All in the family of God are home, she was away from the

morning service. He was at his Dec. 9, the No. 1 brothers and sisters. United States for 10 years. worship this Sunday

very best and delivered a very usher board celebrated its an 3. All who have not received Miss Hurlbut was born In will be conducted by the Youth

timely and prepared sermon, niversary. The guest speakerfor Christ belong to the other fam Omaha, Nebraska, but later Fellowship, with the adult choir
The church is for his the occasion was Rev. W. singing.
praying ily and have no relation to Godor moved with her parents to Se-
success in the ministry.On I F. Tanner Sr., from St. Mary's his family. dalia Mo. and attended After the service, the United
Baptist Church of Coconut grade Presbyterian Women of our
last Sunday the pastor, and high school there. In 1915
trustees, members, and person Grove. They had a wonderful Send your questions to "Thus she laude church will sponsor a "Closeofthe -
was graduated cum
al friends of St. Mary's W. M. anniversary program and everyone Saith The Lord" care of LibUi- from Knox College (Illinois.) Year Fellowship Luncheon"for
Church were elegantly etertaln- enjoyed himself very ty Bible College, 5181 NW 15th all members and friends.
ed by Mr. and Mrs. Hanson much. This anniversary is one Ave, Miami, Fla. Armed with a college diploma The 7:30: evening program will
Wallace of Opalocka who cele that they will long remember. she moved to the national be a special Christmas Fantasy
Liberty Bible College even capital us a Civil Service employee I with Mrs. Ursula in
brated their ninth anniversary.Menu Sunday, Dec. 16, we will celebrate Hlggs
of the day was turkey, I the anniversary of o u r ing adult classes Monday and of the government. Here charge.Come.
with all the trimmings. The set. church. The entire congregationhas Thursday 8 to 10 p.m. Children she attended the first Congregational and share a delightful

ting of the tables were beautiful long been preparing for this hour Saturday morning y.'SO; to Church in Washingtonand and devotional time with us
each and everyone wa swell occasion and we hope to make 1030.: No fees or tuitions. I heard and met outstanding this Sunday.

entertained with the highest this anniversary a memorableone.
esteem. There will be a program at
After the dinner was all take 3 p.m. The speaker will be Rev.

en care of the pastor and truss D. A. Bradley of Mt. Carmel.
tees thanked the host and re- The public is Invited to come. k4fc_ BBHJMk B V flHKMl. f/JMtT B
turned back to the church for We are praying for all sick

the ways and means committee members to have a speedy re

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The Rho Sigma chapter' of gram were: Ivy, treasurer; James Cherry;

_.. '1 Bro. 'r. Stewart Greer Sr., as business Albert Dean
manager;
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Man of The Year and
Sigma
Church, check for $126.62. chaplain; Ellis Adderly, parlia
Mt. Tabor Baptist Inc. held its annual Social Action the management of Stevens
held its first Shown, from left to right arc ,i mentarian.
St. I
1701 NW 66th Indus- Rev. P. S. Brown, pastor; Mrs. program at the Church of Markets, Social Action (job op
Normal
annual Florida portunities for Negroes). Top members of Rho Sigma
Lowe, vice presidentof I
Memorial College Day Josephine the Incarnation on Sunday,
trial and Mission Dr. Plaques were also presentedto chapter of Phi Beta Sigma fra
Home Society;
Program Nov. 18 with emphasison Puryear and Mrs. Mariah Shine, Dec. 2.The I. Dr. H. H. Green, Rev. H. E. ternity. Left: Kills Adderly pre-
Christian Ed- theme of the
the support of program sents plaque to charter mem-
president of the Home Mission S. Reeves and Dr. K. L. Pharras
cation, sponsored by the Home Society making the presenta was "Victory Through" Enlightened charter members of the chap- ber Rev. H. E. S. Reeves,
The Rev.
Mission Society. Leadership. manager of Steve

Dr. R. W. Puryer president of Uon.Music was rendered by the Theodore Jones centered his ter.The officers of the organization ens Market is shown in insert.

the college, was the principal chorus of Booker T. Washington sermon partially around the are Henry T. Mott Sr., Right: Henry J. Mott presents

speaker.The Mission Society High School. Mrs. Mabel theme. president Lewis Byrd, vice; Sgima Man of Year award to

presented Home Dr. Puryear with a Glover, director. Honored during this pro-I Arthur Evans, secretary; David T. Stewart Greer.Christmas .




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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. i, IN MEMORIAMWherein Brands Church of Transfiguration
1/
/ ___ Fr Elisha Clarice Jr., in charge
,PAGE' 12 SATURDAY, DECEMBER: 15, S; < 2I '
it has pleased Almighty I IL There will he in't illation; service
God to take from' our for the St. Veronica chapter .

midst my beloved husband of the Episcopal Churchmenat

I CARDS MEMORIALSCARD WILLIAM E.' ROBERTSwho the 9:15: am. solemn sung
: departed this r,..lifeDeeem, Mass. The officers and memo

Her 19, '1950; bers are as follows: Chairman,

May thd perpetual ,light -shine Jane Lewis; vice chairman, Mrs.

I upon him; may he rest in peace, ; ita lice Harrison;, secretary, Mrs.
OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAMIn
Amen. Clara Wilcox; treasurer::\ Mrs.

family of the late, Sadly missed by your dear Maude Moncur; UTO custodian
MISS SUSIE A GORDON loving memory of our : wife and relatives. Mrs Julie Clark; promotion sec-

wish to give our sincere thanksto dear daughter, mother and sister Louise Roberts, wife 'etary; Mrs. Doreen Williams;

the numerous friends and I social; relation secretary: ; Mrs.

neighbors for their prayers, LILLIAN JOHNSONwho I Dorothy: Bryant; devotional secretary

calls, flowers telegrams letters I IN MEMORIAMIn ( I ; Mrs. Juanita Fenell;
cards cars and other gestures of departed this life December I chairman social committee, Mrs.
kindness during our hours of 13, 1961. Marie Miller Members: Mesdames
bereavement. Special thanks to May she rest in peace and loving. 'memory of my'" dear' Thelma Adderly, Maggie

,the Range Funeral Home for light perpetual shine upon her. husband, Green, Daisy Taylor and
Its wonderful service and extra Mrs. Della B. Carey mother REV. E. S. HENRY r Sybil Farquharson.
deeds of kindness; to the Revs.P. Ivan and Fred McCaskill, who departed this life December Y
The Parish Council will have
S. Brown E. T. Graham andI. sons 13, 11:15: p.m., 1954.
C. Mlcklns to Mt. Tabor's :Mrs. Emily C. Pittman, Although Its been eight years : 'j' Its first meeting at the vicarage
lovely choir to Dade County :Mrs. Nora Johnson, sisters but sometimes it seems as pes- _. 198 NW 153rd St. Tuesday, Dec.
public schools, to everyone that Carnell and Erich terday. There is still an empty -MRS.' ''- 18at8p.m.
participated on the program McCaskill, grandsons spot in my life..since you have CHARLOTTE LOIS The St. Veroaica's''Chapterwill
and-to the ,Theresa Florist:;May MrsSusnnAmbrister; ; and been gone. L1GHTBOURNE of 1800 NW sponsor the Broward
God bless and keep each of you. Mary Carey Demeritte Mrs. Violet Henry, wife 3rd Ave, apt 1 died Dec. 12, County Teachers Choral SocietyIn
We loved her, but Jesus loved aunts Funeral services will be held ( the month of January. Watch
her best. Monday, Dec. 17, St. Agnes this paper for further details
Church, Father J. E
Mrs. M C. Strother- officiating. Survivors ---

Ferguson sister IN MEMORIAMn DEATHSG two daughters, Mrs.

William Harold Gordon, .. Lightbourne and Mrs. Albert .

foster son Cynthia Troutman; a son, Earl,
E. Ferguson brother-in-law loving memory of our itange a brother, Bertram Strachan, BENNY PERET, prize fight.
I I s
mother and sister, nine grandchildren.MRS. er, who died April 3 as a result

MRS. ANNIE L. LEWIS FRANKLIN WILLIAMS of ')f being knocked out in a match

IN MEMORIAMIn who departed this life Decent 1039 NW 1st Court apt. 7, died FRANCES ROBERTS 'm March 24, and buried in Our

,er 15, 1961 Dec. 7. He was a student at of 1305 NW 4th ave., apt. 11 ..ady of Mercy Cemetery April
loving memory of We love you mother but God Booker T Washington High and died at her home on Dec. 12. ', was disinterred and sent to

.oves you best and has taken I is survived by his parents Mr. Arrangements are incomplete. New York Wednesday, Dec. 5
you home to rest. and Mrs. Arthur Timmons Survivors include a daughter, :'or reinterment.
Helen Ward and Willie seven sisters and brothers. Lo Mrs. Enid Martin of New
Mae McDaniel daughters cal services were held on Monday York City.ALLEN ALBERT J. DAMPIER 3071
Rosevelt Kendrick, son Dec. 10 at Israel Bethel NW GOth St., was sent to New
Janie Bates, sister Primitive Baptist Church. His STUBBS of 1J51; NV\ Hebron. Miss, Dec. 2 for final

remains were shipped to Monks} 4th Ave., died Dec. 12.: Arrangements services.

Corner, South Carolina, for are incomplete. Survivors -
I'final I rites. include his mother, Mrs. MRS. HATTIE JACKSON of

IN MEMORIAMIn Cevia: btubbs Homer; a sister, 320 NW 22nd St, died Nov. 30.

I I II I Mrs. Verdell Stubbs Dean, two She is survived by a daughter,
Mrs. Ida Mae
uncles Hopkins
r sad but loving memory oi f MRS. ANITA CLIFFORD Zepheniah Newbold anu stepdaughter
my dear son, j McKlNNEK of 1748 NW 5th Pl. Randolph Newbold a niece anu Mrs. Catherine Jackson
a and
I four nephews. ; grandchild others.
died Dec. 0 alter short
illness.
a She
was sent to Macon, Ga. Dec.
brie is survived l/y her
mother 3 where services and burial will
w 4, Mrs. Bertaa Green, a grandmother Hanker be held.
..virs. Ulllan B. jones
several! aunts, uncles and other JAMES WILLIAMS of 10370
relatives. SW 183rd St., Perrine died Dec, JAMES FREDERICK HINES
jfuneial services are being 6. Funeral services were held I local police officer, died Nov.
a 30
held today at 4 pm. at New Dec. 11. The body was shippedto at 11 and am.was at funerallzed Eltenezer Dec. 6

A ka'h Providence Missionary Baptist Madison, Ga., for final rites L 1st Church Method
Church with Rev. C. J. Burney He is survived by a wife Hattie Hall, Rev. Aaron D.
pastor Aa
native Miami-
j officiating Her remains are being a sister.
he
an, is
.4J survived by his patents
snipped to Swainsboro
Ga.
,
Mr.
and Mrs.
Fred Hines
for final rites.JOHNNIE LEE ERNEST CAMPBELLof ;
CHERYL VONICA CLARK a son, four brothers and six
853
lycb SW 7th St., Homestead, sisters.
who who departed this lifd died Dec. 5. Funeral services
December 13, 1951. held
were Dec. 8.
Death is a heartache none can LEE McGEE, of The Rknownschur A
body
healMemories 577% NW 6th St., died Dec. 9. was shipped to nand
He is survived by his Manchester, Ga. for final rites pioneer citizen
daughter who
are treasures none He is survived resided at
can stealAlthough s.ya ..i'A Airs. Annie Laura White, two John West. by a father, 915 NW 68th St., died Dec. 2.

you have gone sisters: Mrs. Annie B. ,McGowan Her survivors include a daughter
away and left us. ,i% : 4 L% and Mrs. Pearl Ruch, two OLA MITCHELL of 221 Mrs. Louise Shorter, four
NW
Love for still in cousins, Pearlie Hall and Willie sons Willie James
you lingers our 2 Jones. Funeial 12th St., apt. 4, Dec. 1. Services Andrew John Henry,
,hearts. arrangements were held Jamey and Otis Dean
Saturday. She is
Samuel E. Clark, father are Incomplete. survived Bell, 11 grandchildren and one
by a husband Roosevelt
Estelle L. Clark, mother four great-grandchild. Services will
children two sisters anda '
Samuel R. Je conducted
Clark brother. Saturday 3:30:
grand father CHARLIE C. MILES pm. at Greater Bethel AME
ERVIN GANTT
of 2520 NW
Marie L. Clark, E'verlena who departed this life December BASS Church Rev. S. A. Cousin,
151th pastor -
St.
a long time citizenof of 1328 NW She
Brooks will
grandmothers 13, 1961.There's lie in
the Miami area and employeeof 3rd Ave., died Dec. 12. Services the chapel repose in
Cheron, sister an open gate at the Friday afternoon.
Seaboard are Incomplete. He is
Railroad
Station survived
Brothers Edwin and end of the road
died the f by a wife and five children.
Klrkward Through which each must go at Veteran's Hospita MRS ELLA JOHNSON.
1791
on Dec. 11. He is survived by 101th Ave.
alone
,
I his wife Norma Jean a dough CHARLIE MACON of 1450 Services Perrine, died Dec 3.
will
And here In a light we cannotsee be Sat
m, MEMORIAMIn I ter, Mrs. Lottie Friedman a I NW 1st Ave, died Dec. 8. Funeral urday 2 pm. at }conducted,It.
foster son, Clarence Lumpklnt services will be held Saturday tist Church Sinai Bap
claims His
Our father own I I Perrine
loving of our Rev.
memory Services are being held I Dec. 15, 3:30: at Mt J. E.
p.m. Murray
darling wife, mother, sister and Beyond lies the gate you wen today pastor Surviving
daughter alone ,, at 1:30: p.m. at Mt. Zion Ba p Olivette Baptist Church. He is two nieces are
To rest from your pain and fist Church with Rev. Edward survived by a wife, Rosa three
care T. Graham officiating. daughters, Rosa Mae Miller,
There is comfort in the Rosa Lee Allen and Willie Rose Richardson .
thoughtOur Williams, three sons, James MRS
loving God knows best. Allen Willie Marcine and James 1000 NW' ROSA CAMPBELL of
MRS. ESSIE MAUD Me- 1st Ave.
Johnson two sisters and two apt. 1, died
Sadly missed by at her
QUEEN of 2347 NW 50th St.. brothers. home on Nov. 30. Fun
Mrs. Laura Wilson mother tiled Dec. 11. She is survived eral services were held
on Fri
Woodrow Wilson, father I I by two daughters Mesdames day Dec. 7 at St James
4i Landry Miles, brother Lula Mae Johnson and Leatha I ST. BARNABAS W. M. Church with Rev. James Baptist

Hennon Miles, brother Butler, two brothers Ernestand Poi tier. pastor of A.
ilea 1 E. A. Culmer pastors the National
Mrs. Luella Cyprian, aunt Spiritualist
Henry Johnson several si Church
Mrs. S. Dawkins of Life and
nieces, nephews, uncles reporter Light
ters including Mrs. Mamie Wilkins Our Woman's Day officiating. Mrs. Camp.
and cousins and Mesdames Ida Louise programwas bell is survived
well attended and by six dau h.
;; I Susie Mae Ira Bell and Ora M. successful. The pastor was officers very iers. Mrs. Catherine Ferguson,
Johnson a son-in-law Mrs
Andrew and members wish Ruth Goodman
to take this! Mrs.
LATER Beatrice
PLAN NOW-PAY Johnson, a grandson Robert. method of thanking our mornIng Hadklns, Virginia, and
FREEbooklet.prospectus I. Paige two nephews. Funeral arrangements speaker, Mrs. Cora C. Han- and Fran c i na, two sons, William.
f.
describes are incomplete. kerson and also Mrs. Albertha sight Henry; sisters and

Carroll our evening speaker. grandchildren
INCOMEFOUNDATION May God bless those dynamic WILLIAM

WILLIE D. DUBOSE died speakers. Words cannot express of 1942 THOMAS PAULK
as a result of an automobile our sincere thanks to both of I home NW 4th court, died at his

FUND INC.The accident on Dec. 12. He lived at you. We cannot afford not to mourn an Nov. 28. Leaving to
2707 NW 50th St. and is survived leave out our wonderful program Amanda are his i mother, Mrs.

sooner you take steps to by his widow, Hannah committee who went out Flemings, two daugh.ers .
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----- help finance retirement, the six sisters one brother, his of their way bringing us sucha Frances Babble Joyce and Mrs.
NEVELYN BELLAMYwho I sooner you arc likely to achieveIt. mother. Arrangements are in splendid program: Mrs. A. two Love, a stepsister and
departed this life on December I With that in mind, many complete. Williams Hannah Edwards will uncles. Funeral services
17, 1956. people are building up Mutual Rowena Richardson Helen be held Saturday, Dec
8
at 3 :
." Fund investment Yon Trotman Julia pm. from
Gone but not forgotten. programs Tynes Arimen- the chapel
There's an open door at the can start with a little or a lot MRS. JANE BARRET'of' 1773 tha Walker.. Rev. Emory Jaskson. with
i end of the road add to your fund regular) NW 61st who died Dec. 15 will We want to extend our sincere officiating.
Through which each must go be funeralized Saturday at the thanks to all of the participants. MOSES CARTER of
alone Dalen Investments and Church of God of Prophecywith : Mrs. Millicent Wilson died on Dec. 4. II i Goulds,

And there in a light we cannotsee Funds, Inc. Rev. B. Davis officiatingat I presiding in the morning. Mrs. by two brothers, Jehs n survived of New
3 She will lie in Lana Simmons York City
p.m. reposeat presiding In the and Washington
2815 N. Miami Ave.
Our Father claims His own. her home from 6 p.m. Fri evening: We also want to thank Boston, Mass. Funeral services of
Ernest Bellamy. Miami, Fla. day. our visitors. I are incomplete.THE .

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FOR SALE ANT OClt'BA1 T181? THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.
I I SATURDAY DECEMBER 15 1962 13
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Classified DISTRESS SALE. Luxury 2799 $Vf 46th Street ..
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home, 3 bedrooms, 2' baths.>$25- Rev. J. Stepherson, pastor ,.
000 value;Must sell immediate Mrs M. T.' Coleman ,reporter

..-- I X. Buy now ,save on taxes.. 8461 Saturday night, Dec. 15, i I
Fla. Ave. 7515116. : *Di53BEDROOM there will.be'a musical program FLORIDA LAND :
FOR RENT sponsored! by the Pastor's Aid .
CBS, Fla, room; Board The public is invited. ','10' -
vinyl the floors Sunday'after/services we. will LESS THAN 4 MILES FROM ST. AUGUSTINE f
a I9CARi> throughout, .
floor have our first Christmas I
''J'tllfllXffiC furnace. Lar e closets program FOR
II. fiiai col'eot'otis' ;) property Tow dawn payment. $21 week.;; Is for also the sponsored year This by program thePastor's 1L Acres ONLY $1 0 i
thfthae;>ment! real estate Total J 510.000. 8151' NW 50th St. A 11nNTl{
MtV Pip St Call PL 0-GG8(>, Aid Board for our pas.
$9!) Fft 7-J90J D28 firmer Oveland lintel: "NO INVESTMENT ON EARTH
tor, Fe are looking for our en
tire and IS SO SAFE, SO SURE, SO CERTAIN TO ENRICH ITS'
membership
,visitors
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3-ftQOM APTS. No Utilities. $1 Uj Corner I CBS. Tile roof, iaragtt friends,. Santa; Claus, will beth OWNER AS UNDEVELOPED REALTY.
weekly.,46is NW 5th place.. .E, I awi1ihg appliances! air con! 'looking: for you \'r 0 This Is choice, undeveloped. realty near FLORIDA MKMORI-:
.
picard Rental Agency, 520 NW ditiner, etc.:, 4701' NW 10th Ai.r : Le1 us continue; In prayer for AL COLLEGE (one of A in ei'lea's lending Negro colleges) .
.100
8th St., phone FR 7.2902 $ d0wn$76 month.., Owner our sick and shut J ins. (priced so low that big profit can be made.
pays cjoslhg cds& tdte Realty
4932 NW 7th .. .' BUNCHE LAND INVESTMENT CO., INC.
FURNISHED or unfurnished ; Yep' ,I 431L\ P. 0. Box 433, ))Cl't. 27
flKW 'D rl m
apts. in Opa-locka area. 2 FULLY; FURNISliE"D Please send me your picture folder or your property I an. '
bedroom all utilities $21, 2 bed. large; fenced yard, fruit trees.CBS, this Sunday the Junior'''Choir 'Interested in investing little money for a big potential profit.

room NE 4-0500.$18, 1 bedroom, $15.'r indf Call Freshly painted, sharp. $400 will render the music with Sis. NAME ..1..1..1..1.1.1..1,.........1.1.1..1./1..111..1.1..1..1.11.1...?.11.1..1./..
; I down $71 per month. Owner Gibson at the organ
4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 94371. Saturday there will be a sale ADDRESS ,11..111111..1,111,111111..11.1..11/1/.11.111111111111111,..1..111.1..11..111
BEDROOM HOUSED at the church kitchen with
utility
room, sun porch, large kitchen, !NO QUALIFYING, 3 bedroom Mother Bain in charge.: She is CITY....................... Zone ............STATE .................................;...; .
bath and shower. Next to CBS. Carpeting, appliances. $250 asking one and all to come out
school. Phone PL 13458. down. $75 month. Move right and help her out.

in. Life Realty, 4932 NW 7th
ROOM in private home, kitchen Ave., PL 0-437J ALL TYPES OF JOBS Buy A Home Today !
privilege, in the heart of Liberty
City. OX 1-1090, 1545 NW $300 DOWN. $7G month, 3-bed- AVAILABLEApply 68th St room beautiful corner com HOME OR COME BY OUR OFFICE
I pletefy furnished. New wash. at
2-BEDROOM> Unfurnished I i separate C41 C>'
1D80 NW 55th St. NE 30908.apt I I OUr best icy. Life Realty,aPL 5637 Pembroke Road 1-3034 NW 56th Street $100 down $75 Mo.
9-43711. (W. Hollywood) 2-2420 NW 55th Terr. Rent this house-$16 Wk.

FURNISHED room. l98d NW 3-2125 NW 44th Street $250 down
MOVE IM NOW. 037-5362
57th St. Phone NE 3G203. Like hew
$8,990 total. $300 down. Go see Large bedroom CBS home $22 week
1935 NW 47th Terr. Some furn Netta JeanEmployment Move right in, no qualifying.
EFFICIENCY 1 and 2-bedroom 26-14 NW G2nd St. Nltes PL 4-1474 NW 41st Street $195 down

62646.duplex.J.2157 A. Taylor.NW GGth St. OX 9-5533, days OX 1-9372 Agency 3 bedroom, clean home $20 week

5-1134 NW 60th Street $400 down

1-BEDROOM HOUSE', quiet 1'oinlws Office Treatment of 'Nice CBS home with carport. Includes closing

neighborhood, conveniently lo costs.
cated, furnished, 2161 NW 58th RUPTURE SSPILES 6-1511 NW 42nd Street $250 down.
St. Large house keeping room,
Rectal Diseases, Varicose Veins, lro- 2 CBS honw nn 1 lot. .
state-No lost tint e-Discard Truss Rent one and live in one Move right in. :;.
TWO BEDROOM house, living Upon Correction of Rupture. 7-1880 NW 62nd Terrace $500 down ,
room, dining room, Fla. room,
kitchen with Frltjldalrp and DR. LONG'S CLINIC Brand new 3 zedroom home. Move right in. A real
stove plus carporte, 6500 NW 1535: 8\V 1st St. PR 3-2748 !beauty.
8th Ave. Phone PL 8-0792. 8-1847 NW 152nd Street Opa'-locka

Brand new 3 bedroom home. No qualifying. Many
NICE 2-BEDROOM house In other lots available.
Opa-locka. The Bunche Park
area Closed in fence and nice
surroundings. For information Rent one of these apartments $15 week
call NA 1GG5tFURNISHED Lot Owners or Home Owners !
780 NW 55th Street No children adults only'}:

Free water near bus and shoppingWE
APT. 1870 NW
55th Terr. 63.9067.BEAUTIFUL .
Need Money ?
furnished Apt. ARE OPEN SATURDAY & SUNDAYWE
Large room, private parking. ARE OPEN EVERY NITE TIL 8 P.M.
Washing machine and all con
veniences. No children. 1323 Loans approved the same day t4 "

NW 58th Terr.2.DEDROOll .

HOUSE. $17 week. Want to sell your property? Ford Realty Inc.

2441 NW G5th St. Also room, HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID ,
2531 NW 55th St. Men only. Ph.

NE 4-5744. .- 569 N.W. 54th Street PL 7-2559


$18 PER WEEK, 6 room un- Call JE 2-4343 or JE 8-1340
furnkhcrt' "rise 3380 NW 52nd
St. HI 6-12G6. At'night PL 7-6622

S14 PER WERK, 1 bedroom Christmas Specials
furn' :hpr1 ?r>t. Froe pas and water R. I. BARON
6011) NW 24th Ave
Move in for the holidaysA

FURNISHED ROOM, first week
$5 and thpn rP ular rent. ParkIner CHRISTMAS BONUS FOR YOU
and other conveniences. """
621 NW 5th Ave. Isaac. = I Owner will pay your closing costs

Nothing over $400 downSEE

UI)1I0LSTERYDARRON Upholstery Works, Xmas Special THESE TODAY I ,
best upholstery for less. We
pick up and deliver. Call FR .
4-2320. WAS $16,000 1. 1364 NW 44th Street

Lovely 2 bedroom, 2 Fla. room $350 down,

FOR HALF OR RENT I NOW $13,500 $74 per month

3-bedroom house; with a bath .

and a half, living and dining $2,000 DOWN 2. NW 47th Terrace .
s 1817
room. JalotHed in front porch ,: .
Carporte with low down payment CBS Cathedral Huge bedroom CBS large kitchen, den and
location 835 NW 65th St. New porch, $350 down, $79 per month.
For information call Rev. or
Mrs. Henry Moblev. PL 83781. 3044 N.W. 58th STREET (. .
Residence, 12GO NW 69th St. 3. 1000 NW 75th Street

CEILING, LARGE LOT Huge Fla. room, hardwood floor, tile roof. $400
WANTED down, $80 per month.
BUILT-IN OVEN AND RANGE
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boys, ages {9 and 10, grades 2nd VENETIAN BLINDS 4. 3031 NW 67th Street
and six hours week. i
4th for per
Call for Information at OX 5-bedrooms. Yes 5 big bedrooms. Fence, huge
1-9541, ask for Mr. Johnson. BUILDER'S LOSS, YOUR GAIN lot. $400 down $74 per month.

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NO CLOSING COSTSIMMEDIATE
QUALIFYING,
MUSICAL TRIO, Sands Hotel, e I __. .k.:
1601 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach. OCCUPANCY ....; .4' : NEWS REALTYThe
Apply Sands- Lounge after 12
noon.
BE IN BY CHRISTMAS
BUY NOW ( Broker That Works For You)

KINDERGARTEN CALL HI.8-1119 4600 NW 7th Ave. PL 4-0655
and
Antioch Kindergarten (Open Sunday)
Nursery. Pick up and delivery.
4922 NW 22nd Ave. Phone '. -

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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. |I I Night :Brought NHS Thespians

PAGE 14 SATURDAY, DECEMBER i I Coming Present "Dino"

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"DIno," the powerful, disruptIng -
volcano of a play by Reginald -
I IN AND AROUND THE Intricate network of p0- Northwestern Ross may Thespians prove to be finest the

... as It entangles
-- -- - -- - investigation .
of vicious syndicate production.The
plot
The Eloise Adderley Allow- deposit $420. Is the subject of the untiring cast under the
your by the Legislature, has High Dramatists produc direction of Thomas R Papino,
been npproved by Her Majestythe On election play "A Night Brought Vio the play Is now going into its
Queen Mrs. Adderley Is Mackey was the first to be presented on Dec. final week of rehearsal. The
the widow of the late Constable vote In No. 1 polling 19, beginning on a cold big night is Dec. 18 at 8 o'clockin
James Adderley who was kill- No. 1 district of night in a musty pu Miami Northwestern Audi-
cd In the line of duty. Throughthe dence, Nassau. Mrs. : : bar, nine people are mur torlum, 7007 NW 12th ave.
of the a the widow of the late this point Dino
generosity public and from The character of may be
house has: been built and furS Sonny Mackey. ( a huge cast of motorcycles, taken from any big city hood-
nlsed for her and/ her five small I ( finger print experts, lum gang, which is engaged ina
children. I Mrs. Jane Gray policemen, report perpetual fight against the
died an Nov. 27 at photographers, hoodlums, world. It may be someone you
Amonp recent Government appointments her daughter, Mrs. and suspects weave an know or have seen in your own
Jerome E. Green. yer. Funeral tale of action, guts and neighborhood. However, unlike
IdRo was appointed Acting As- held the next day: at many of the young punks, thugs
sistant Postmaster In place of Gospel Chapel in and bullies who grow up to be
C A. Bowen who has been the cast will he Eli Capones, Dilllngers, Baby Face
granted four weeks' leave. Miss: Emma { Newson as Detective- _Rob--- Nelsons. -
ket Street retired( Hastmgsr William Dean as Dino finds the answer to
__Alpheus Brown, 58.or. Low Court stenographer Samuel Devorse; Luther many of his questions. You must
Sound Andros was arrested on His Lordship the as the Chief of Police and be in the audience when these
the nlcht of Nov. 23 for shoot- Sir Ralph Campbell, Bennett as Judith answers are revealed. They may
Ins Holland: Knowles with a her with a gift from help you to help someone you
12-bore shotgun Knowles was of the staff. Starting Night Brought Violence" know.
broucht to Princess Margaret In the Post Office first presented at Florida
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Ho<*nltn1 by an emergency to has the been Registry in Miss University where it re ment. The play promises to be
fllcrht. HI I Is Improving. the school's award for one of the greatest when it unfolds -
vice for 32
years. Most Outstanding Achieve. I, on Dec. 18 and 19. I
eml Forbes, who was ,
sentenced to death two weeks The Mt. Olive '-
ago for the murder of his wife Betsy Bay,
In Sentemher" was hanged at dedicated on Sunday I ATTENTION, PLEASE!
Fox Hill Prison last Tuesday: the Rev. S. G.
morning' tor of St. Paul, have over 35 choice lots in exclusive location. You
ducting the services. have home built low $295 down
your a* as pay.
Airs.: Cecelia: Roberts 65, was building was
taken by emergency flight from rlcane Donna In I960. I ment. We have a few samples ready for inspection
\Vo<*t End, Grand Rahama: to a David McPhee is : WE ALSO SELL LOTS.
Nassau: hospital Nov. 21, suffering new Church.. Irving Gordon MO 56870RICHMOND
from severe burns. Cynthia

Williams 43 has been nrrented Wilmore Sweeting J"' ''''''' "" "" ...... ....... O. ... ......... l!.. "" and charged with caus ley's Addition was
ing the woman grlevlous harm. fore Magistrate

Joseph well on Nov. 13 with
(' !t. 24, n truant the course of j
officer and former policeman( He was said to be
was stabbed bv Arthur Miller for the traffic death IN
Nov. 17 at Strachan Alley. Gordon on Nov. 12,
Wemyss was: taken" to hospital
a nary hearing has
: In serious condition and Dec 11.Funeral.
Miller a crewman on the Betsy HEIGHTS
Piv. 1m lw'n arrested!: andrharpod Edward Wildgoose services
with attempted' mur I
at ZIon
der. A nreHmltvirv hearing has 1C. Mr. Wildgoose Baptist i I
h"en scheduled
for Dec. 20. man at Matthew

P. S. M'' hell, honorary pre lie fering was from brought a stroke to call."A I --o -
ldnt of the Bahamas: Baseball fore he died. lie Is
Association! !: died on Nov. 19
his wife, ten children I
at the Princess Margaret Hosmtal. er relatives.
Service" were held on SPECIALBARGAINS
Nor 21 at Christ Church Ca. Gordon, a 21-year
thpdral.. phone technician in
*'" Mitchell was! a native of communications !
Turks, T land and had been for was fatally Injured
w *nv*'ars a Customs Officer motor scooter \
In Nassau. construction grader
Sweeting at the
when Annes Hamilton tom Blue Hill Road and
flh'tea her studies at the Untn Drive. He was taken
,.ft"4Hv 1l"11ccp1c: the will berM Margaret Hospital
th.. nom, trnhnr.lon.Mrn tMMI'M o four minutes after
th" "n rfAC\'f'N'. <3h*, 1 1Unmllton 10 3 BEDROOM CBS HOME
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A ""ft" nr "r, and "I"CIwnu Two new schools
,,", r of Wulffh ed by the Board of LARGE LOT HAS CARPORT BUILT-IN
rwi Noom: on Nov. 16. His .'( ,
liter i h.ln" "r R J? Governor officiated at ( OVEN AND RANGE
"......." n' nn".I''f1 TTnlwr 'ltv. GAS HEATER
n'nihin.+nn. n. Pvff'* and j.
gnu r.,,+r acn.rtes TTnmlltnnn WAS $13,000 NOW $11,000
"Ant\ tn ArllaceIe| TT. whore she TV :
has atmidv won her M.So. In $
n-t"1 1 SC'APCOS and medicines $500 Down
She has three monrs. to ALL
sro to reach her goal.

T"", ",," nhinrn, Bahamian 13720 Van Buren Street
Track and field" star left Nasjv WE BUY
u recently for Australia
where he will represent the RADIOS, RICHMOND HEIGHTS
Bahamas! at the Seventh Em We

pire in Perth.and Commonwealth Games 1551 N.W. Call III 8.1119 for appointment


Twenty candidates who fail I
ed In the recent election will --o---
lose to the Government $3,400
In deposits. A candidate must
poll one sixth: of the total votes
cast it. Fifty In order candidates to save had his depos their FA 2 BEDROOM CBS HOME

refunded an amount of FLORIDA ROOM
$> 1.lE1ch candidate. had to GARAGE. HAS BUILT-IN

AND RANGE, GAS HEATER.


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SERVICE I 13710 Van Buren Street


i William Finder, Sr. NURSES RICHMOND HEIGHTS
Professional Piano Tuner

v. And Repairer Dan For further Call HI 8-1119 for appointment

1935 N.W. 153rd StOpIocka Blando
25 NURSES who
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. Freeway Handicap League then 216. That's an elevator A Kiss
I 1 meets on Thursday nights and score.
there are many rooters on the Ry William Henry Daft for ANP
Cox Kindergarten I.. side lines, including Mrs. John The DCTA League got off to There comes a time when one
Johnson who never misses a' flying start last Thursday. must kiss
Benefit SuccessfulThe Bunche LanesThe a ny Thursday night and who roots Those who came out got free The one he loves a long good
for and gives moral support to instructions and bowling. Noticed I bye.Sometimes.
PTA of Cox Kindergarten her favorite team, Mrs. Sarah Cherry and it is an act amiss;
were at their best when Shoe Parlor." Speaking of Free- Mrs. Bettie Frazier having A kiss con also be a lie
they gave performance at Cafe Junior Bowling League way League one of the most quite a contest on lane 2. To cover up some wrongfuldeed.
Society Nov. 20 in "PTA In sponsored by Frank Miranda of improved bowlers in the leagueis Seeming to have the most .
Revue." Morris Holland Ford Co., fin Fred Horne who is bowling fun was Hal Grazier, Kelly Too often It is low deceitIt
The affair was successful and ished their season last Saturday high scores in the 200. So come : Wilson and Joe Scavella on lane then is but a ugly weed
morning. Awards for most out on Walter Barton, you too can 10. The teachers bowl and That should be trampled under-
standing performance were do the same. At this date DCTA benefits. The enthusiasm feet.weekly .
given by Bunche Lanes and re- "Hines Public Relations Team"is expressed by those who
?
I You do? Well be
ceived by: in first place. is my
came out Thursday certainlyan
cut the
guest
Rosemary Dorsett, Ricardo indication that the teachers and suit desk
Blue for high score; Lynette league is going to be success- lout at the I
EDITION I at Fabulous
Green, Clarence Smith for high EXTRA LATE : Bunche Lanes and
set; Theresa Barton, Robert Fred Horne rolled six strikesin ful.Do you read this column Be bowl your second game FREE.

Stevens, most improved bowl- a row in league play Thurs . ... ... ... . ... . .my. guest.. . . ..
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day T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T
ers.Many others received trophies
for attendance and good sports. Eleveator going up and down. FOR RENT OR SALE
manship. Richard Conley rolled a 08 and

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__. JIMMY "Salt Pork" REEVES I.'RKKKKK C[.K.I&IIID1.llClllllIl1rcllIl(1lCrcllIIl1&lI&..[[ """ 'C t 2-bedroom CBS ._____

everyone who attended reportan Following are best CBS 2-bedroom houses > Florida room, near schools

Special enjoyable thanks evening.to Jimmy "Salt $350 DOWN, FHA $69 MONTHLY hopping, bus, like new, easy terms.

Pork" Reeves, vice president of
1950 N.W. 47th STREET
PTA who worked
our so ardently
to put over a wonderful Call Mr. Sidney HI 4.6133
show, to Frank Williams and
the Rocketeers who so unselfishly 1370 NW 52nd Street ? Evenings weekends FR 3-8936
donated their time and

talent. Thanks also to "Song.Sational" I Tile roof, large lot $11,000 i iIt J . . . . . . . . . . . ....
'Lil Kora and Teddy
Zalkin, owner of Cafe Society. 730 NW 76th Street
Last but not least thanks to !, j
our wonderful parents, teachers e Garage. Furnished $11,200 i ft SWIM FOR CHRISTMAS
and their husbands who displayed
such an array of talent. 15 x 30 FILTERED POOL
On Tuesday night Little e 780 NW 50th Street $10,500
Debra Simon became Queen of Carporte plus 2 car garage HUGE PATIO, BARBECUE'
Cox Kindergarten in a very
close race for the coveted title. I 743 N.W. 77th St.
She is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Leo Simms, 1724 NW 4th n CBS, Garage, tile roof. No delay. No FHA

Court.Renald Everett Williams, 1020 NW 41st Street \ I No waiting, reasonable down, 1 mortgage
maintained his title as King of Custom Built Oak floors, tile roof, Florida room I
Cox Kindergarten for his sec- DIRECT FROM OWNER PL 1.2055
ond straight win. He is the son
of Sgt. and Mrs. Clinton Williams 777 NW 41st Street
138 NW 7th St.
Debra and Ronald are students 3 bedroom CBS $450 down 4

of Mrs. Sarah Walton. Separate no qualifying $13,000 j
Runner-ups in the contestare garage jt FOR SALE
as follows: Lavonne Bennett ,
Herman Fluitt, Natanya 910 NW 42nd Street 2 STORY CBS HOME
Silas, Hazel Lind Williams,
Randolph Patterson, Georgia $13,500 FHA, 3 bedroom, 2 baths, oak floors
Taylor, Michael Curry, Debra 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH, GARAGE
Smith, Cornell Young, Gerald 1330 NW 51st Terrace
Atwell. Johnnie Seabrook, Rob I i 1171 N.W. 47th Street
bie Nicholson, Debra Whipple 4 bedrooms, 2 baths $13,900 $900 Down ii
and Debbie: Smith. V PHONE 634-7024
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They were all delightful as i
they rode the float, "The Old down
Member of Miami Hoard of Realtor $1,400 $14,500 total
Woman in a Shoe, in the Clasp
sic Parade on Saturday, Dec. 8. Chairman of F. II. Committee'' K
LICKN8KD: SINCE 1937. YOUR C.UARANTKH: OF R

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.I I.6016 NW 7th Avenue HAPPY NEW YEARTo

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I i 5211 N.W. 7th Ave.
Dr.of William Langston H, University Hale, president In 4 Unit Building I

Oklahoma, and the 20th General rN 2
president of the Alpha Phi
Alpha Fraternity, today Issueda E Finest construction with tile roof, air conditioned I t- ELINOR

call to the fraternity's 56th and all electric with furnished! and unfurnished apts.y e
Anniversary Convention to be y AND HER
held at Deshler-Hilton Hotel in Builder can alter so buyer can have a lovely two or IIC I

Columbus, Ohio, Dec. 26-29. = three bedroom, 2 bath home, plus rental units that W FRIENDLY BARMAIDS
"We meet at a time of great
stress for our nation and our \ would pay all the expenses of the building. Can be "' 1 GERRI, PEARL, BESSIE j jI

world," declared President Hale. bought by reliable person with as little as $2,000 3 :.' .
'
who also sing I "'" 1 .
"As!I people f Invite
down. YOU to the
America we can ill afford to ; W
hold ourselves. from the hard r t 'l "Friendliest Bar in Town"
work t
thinking and the hard II
which i is necessary if our na If are a steady working couple who are looking t .
you 'O 0 !
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and ; :;; :; :; ;;1L
tion moral is leadership to provide in spiritual world af B for future security do not overlook this opportunity FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIAL

fairs. This in essence, is whywe Go by J
1962 selected convention as the, theme'Building of the a E J/2 Barbecue Chicken 69c

Great Nation Through Buildinga 1231 .77th TerraceJust r ": 'O
Great Fraternity." = y =
Phi Alpha Fratern at
ity The was Alpha founded at Cornell University off 79th St. and 12th Ave. Please do not disturb / Imported! and Domestic Wines and Beer

the college In 1906.Greek It Is the Letter oldestof organizations tenants. Call 754-1901 for appointment, or see owner nun FINKYINKK: INC'MJDKHAItVHV'M

established in from 10 4 Will take
Sunday to on premises. your / It ISUIMTOL niKAM DUFF' GORDON
America by Negroes and in has its present home or lot in trade if it is free and clear or It GREAT WKHTKIINHI'AUKMNG TALYOR'S
initiated some 30,000 men
years of existence.The IIw has a small mortgage. E BURGUNDY CHAMPAGNETHE
fraternity is now open w w

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I SATURDAY DECEMBER 15 1962 PAGE 15
IN OUR SCHOOLS ___ ____

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PINE VILLA :1.1V :

During our Pine Villa is very pleased to ili

meeting on announce the addition of sev-

HlerHorl, to :' en new members to its faculty
cn"o"'coo" Of t". and staff. the Pine Vil-
cno'Vor of Society in- Joining WwwVt CKTlJ. 3TIIK
T/ .MIn mvp be its guest la family are: Miss Janice
ttvo tniv on at 8 p.m. A Adams, Miss Ozle M. Collins,
of ctanriorrli7c,1 : program is clerk: Mrs. Ruthy Hunt, Mel- .4 e
Hle'oiioetnn ", ., enjoyment. vin R. Ladson Jr., Mrs. Wini 1.:4.
oti%..iilaHnf, : : and secular fred Mackey, Mrs. Mildred H. 44..4.

far'ttlty ( I the works of Shaw and Mrs. Dorothy E. ,............. '" ,..-.. --
session Mozart, Rod- Williams.We By ALBERT W. coon
and
rte nhwioal 1 Williams, are also glad to welcome ESCAPEES words which describe the many
wtte'tn : back Mrs. Peggy Bringler People escape In many ways different sights seen throughout -
I) ('11..to+wtac' r : whose return was delayed several in all directions. Most people fabulous Nassau.
"T of tic AfJnro weeks by illness. transfer at will. Other people
rw '? T>TA escape not at will. Many persons: "Why haven't we done this .
rl'l"l..m"1'r P"A : Nets Our principal,. JMrs...Maude L.. escape- 'daily: Weenjoyed' Nas- before- -asked my: wife;; -Mar.-- -- ----'
Chandler; 'is a participant in Jorie. The thought had been in
mon ort the tp :! t sau. We escaped.A
fnr hav rln(1' the principal's seminar. HAVEN our minds for quite sometime.

hoorf, wirrnfn to report The Area M. Curriculum RENTED "We are the cause for o u r
For just a while we enjoyedthe existing instead of living," I
thp birth' of amount of Council held its monthly
date through British Colonial Hotel. We said to my wife.
'
meeting in November tat our
U.q M nn+ enjoyed all our rented haven
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this amount school. This affair was hostessed "Life is not ours to give, how-
the
woM/ cnnerVj! had to offer, from plush
:
i kept by the by our representative to the the luxurious old- ever it is ours to enjoy."
tho 4th Trade beach to
: used to
pur- Council, Mrs. P. I. George.
3 Aq i usual: 1 uniforms! fashioned coffee shop. The DOWN HAY STREETWe
'nClnlrpri bv her This will Due largely to the efforts of room was air conditioned and walked hand in hand. We
thpv are 38 new uni our librarian, Mrs. Mercedes steam heated. Furnlshlncrs and fell In love again. As we walkedwe
her next re< ul" term. Thomas National Book Week decor reflected t the continental looked and talked. We listened -
The Junior members was Quite a success. Each class tradition of the Rrltteh. Truly and learned. Love was In-
HI te bu<5v: \) Paschal, participated In a competitivehook we were free from routine Tt I" spired.We .
be ,sent:: out to : you to all display of stories read. good to escape for awhile, It I Is
at Christmas! successful First nrize was won by Mrs.L. stimulating, relaxing; and refreshing. gazed and stared I like
The members Shackleford's 3rd grade little children. We enjoyed bartering -
Park school process of class for their door display of E :'ape 'ft not mnaeea. Tt 1 tq in the native straw mar
a Mprrv cases of al The Three Ilenrs.I not thn end of problems. Nevertheless ket. Strolling along the ocean
pv NPW Year. one might find himself through the native market
:\ candy.:
Svlvla : ] give us vour The Thanksgiving: svasnn A. r.hnf often helps. Oh, what down Day Street, in and out 01
C. Sands, reporter.'C In helping I I was highlighted by the distribution n feeling.) stores, we shopped and window
neonle. of vpral! baskets offood TOTTR1NO THE CITY shopped. We went here t there,
to needy families In the I almost everywhere In Nassau.
presi ,, .
cl lhtonelnr."round '
J. W. Wp '.VPr t leicllrel.r
"Joulds delectable
community, a I
; reporter. very the city! of NOCHHH: bv We stopped for awhile In a
meal prepared by our
.T. W. .John Cafeteria staff and the announcement horse,:: and carriage.' The driverprovided restaurant As we ate boiled
will present : commentary on places fish and potato bread our hair
( that school had
munity Chrl once again surpassed our its of crpnlc or historic! Interest, was down. The food was well
Wednesday (\ In the United Fund Drive quota! There i Is much to see In enchanting prepared and very tasty.
p.m. nt the old world Na. Clnu. We
tilt Church come coaches for all At the next PTA meeting on visited; the Queen's Rtnlrcf'lilenam'd This is a land of gayety and
Rev. R. C. to Tuesday, Dec. 11 at 7 p.m., ( for Queen Victoria). entertainment A good breeze
get
For many ; North Dade's your Dr. Murl Sap-iroD-lln, of the Na The steps were reputedly carved blows, a girl talks. 0 boy speaks.
hai presented,:: : league. tional Cancer Foundation, will out of the solid! rock by There is conversation. There
wIth the discuss "Cytology Tests for slave labour.At was time for reading, writing,
rVmo/ttiAq ,in tho onq from may Mr.PP- Women" and show a related I, the top of the "Sixty-six meditation, and silence. Escapeis
.,,? r"'Ih. of Dade film. All parents and interested steps" Is a water tower which sweet. Escape you must
cvm affords a fine panoramic viewof somewhere. COUSIN.
friends Invited attend.
"' ''f0 t0 M m-p::: Appllca- are to
.' the Island: to the east, south
t -to thp.
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v, nn to you. Mrs. Maude L. Chandler, principal and west, and of the harbour to
TTnrxvnhio TT"' [ to be ; Melvin R. Ladson, re the north. Beautiful, magnificent Drive !
20. A meeting Carefully
> and
'M'vor of ; : porter. interesting. These are
coaches
or
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Mrs. E. Dean, of two halves.
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These fruits Applica 4
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The public I Is e. The
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Miamians Prominent in South Florida I Lula Baldwin, director lay ac
tary, Mrs. Irene L. Taylor. The Bishop Ball were; -
reports of the four districts fol I Mrs. Irene L. Taylor, conference tivities, Delray; Mrs. Bernice S.
I AME Laymen's Conference lowed, with each president president, Ft. Lauderdale; Henderson, Sebrlng director; public relations
pledging his support In con- Mrs. Margaret Carey, 1st vice
I ; I By BERNICE S. IIENDERSONWEST by Mrs. Alice Lemon, conference tinuing the campaign for the Miami': Mrs. Anne Smith, 2ndvice Toles, ,Miami director and youth Mrs.lay activities Laura
chairman of the organiza recruitment of members.The I I' Miami; Willie Scott 3rd
RoUmson, Women's Auxiliary
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Laymen tion. vice. Miami; Mrs. Mary Colden
of the South Florida Con Terrell Sr., conference conference president's annual recording secretary, Miami!
, ference met Saturday, Dec. 1, president C. W. was presented by Mrs. address was received with Mrs. Mayola Monroe, assistant, I Mr. White urged the laymen
during the 72nd session of the Margaret Carey: vice president.Mr. much acclaim. He praised thq Ft. Lauderdale;'Mrs. F. R. Pen- to attend the executive board
,I South Florida Conference in districts for 'their full cooperation corresponding -secretary, meeting to be held at St. Mark
Terrell brought
greetingsand ny
i, session at S*. Paul AME'Church, observations and in In Initiating new projectsfor West Palm Beach; L. A. Waters, AME Church, Orlando, the 3rd
,,I I with Rev.. A. D. Burden, host formation gave concerning the present the purpose of acnieving treasuer. Goulds; Mrs. Ellen Sunday in January, also the
:' pastor and Bishop W. F. Ball, and past status of the Lay financial status and bringingmore Howe, chaplain, Miami; John South Florida Lay meeting in
; ": presiding prelate.Devotlonals Organization. A well prepared souls to Christ. L. Fryer, parliamentarian, Mi Ft. Pierce, Dec. 30 with S. T.
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