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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 22, 1962
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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40TH YEAR, No. 17 MIAMI, FLORIDA SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1962 '"" THIRTY-TWO PAGES II i
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JFK Names Carl T. Rowan ''I'

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The world is a small planet revolving in a universeof U.S. Ambassador to UN' J

___ planets and stars. God created the whole universe-
and its immensity is such as'to make our world seem very UNITED NATIONS, "K; 'T.;; cer.. --
insignificant and man of no particular consequence at all. President Kennedy plans to ap Recipient of a master's de-
point Carl T. Rowan as! Amer- journalism from the
But, when God. sent His Son into the world, this at can spokesman here on anti- University of Minnesota, he
colonial questions! with the rank won awards for his reportingIn
once gave special significance to this particular planet. of ambassador. Asia and Africa. The U. S.

And, most important, it gave enormous significance to of Junior ChambVr of Commerce I iQ
Rowan 37, undersecretary!
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that which Christ to save namely Man.. Things are chose him one of America's "10
came state for public affairs, Is a for of
not the object of God's Love, even a thing of such great mer award-winning newspaperman outstanding 1953." young men I
importance as this planet. The object of God's Love is with The Minneapolis Tribune
Man, created in the image of God. Rowan would replace President Kennedy appointed .
Jonathan Bingham as U. S. rep Rowan an alternate delegate to
The meaning of Christmas is so often lost in sheer resentative on the UN. Trustee. the current session of the UN
j ship Council and on the Special Assembly He would be the first
sentimentality that we forget that Christ's birth was a re
Committee on Ending Colonial. Negro to hold a high post om\
creative activity just as important as the original creationof ..-. ; ..-..... Ism. the permanent American dele..
man Himself. This re-.creative act of God showed that Rowan gallon to the United Nations,
National Business stirred controversywith serving under U. S. Chief dele
Man was not an inconsequential, struggling bit of matter speech strongly backing gate Ambassador Adlai Stevenson.
but a creature of such value as to be identified with God. Club Head Visits UN efforts to unify the Congoat
God took hold of Man and lifted, him up, bringing him a time when American policy
on the was in doubt.
into such relationship as to make Man at one with God. Miami President Congo.Kennedy has since 2 KILLED IN ,
decided In \favor of the
The tremendous thing about this was, not that Man Mrs. F.' orence Allen' Holmes; advocated by Rowan and policy oth WEEKENDVIOLENCE '
deserved such treatment, or that Man had won such prestige presIdent'' otl the National As ers.' 1 1

by his own merits, but rather that Man had failed so sociation of Negro Business and Dorn in Ravenscrost, Tenn.,
miserably had degenerated to such an extent that he Professional Women's Clubs, Rowan' served in the Navy In
Inc, was a Miami visitor this World ,War II, beocming at 19 Two persons were killed hereIn
stood helplessly at the abyss of his own destructionGod past week. one of the first! 15 Negroes in separate squabbles on Sun-

moved in and rescued him took him unto After four years of persuasion '. Navy hJitory) to become an off day.Hlllery Lee King, 20, of 11606!
himself. Mrs. Holmes was successful SW 136th Terr., was fatally I
In swaying the vote of the stabbed by his wife, Edna
This is the real meaning of Christmas, and in these executive body In favor of Miami Louise, 25, when she found him
days when it becomes so obvious that the object of executive as the NANDPWC meeting spot.midwinter at the apartment of Miss Betty
Allen, 145-10 Jefferson St., Rich
Man's love has become things we need to direct our mond Heights, Metro police
attention to the object, of God's Love, which remains Man Aside from conducting a successful
real estate business In said.Mrs.
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We are not going to enter into the spirit of Christmas New spends York a great this charming deal of time lady 20, of:.2162 Catherine NW 1st St.Washington, was shot, 1

.' simply by giving things to 'people, but only by makIng working with organizations directed twice in the chest in front of \' I
our love known to them. toward raising the stand. the home of Mrs. Louise Daze- '
ard of Negro women of the business more, 42, of 1524 NW 4th Ave.
The particular object of our Christmas spirit oughtto and professional level. Miami police questioned and' .

be to,seek out the lost, the discouraged, the frightened, Placing special emphasis in releasedftsuspect., / .; i .9

the bewildered those who have reached 'the point promoting youth groups, Mrs. BOUNCER KILLS
where they can no longer help themselves. Holmes Is personally responsiblefor N'AVVGP. .
the scholarship plan the national M, ROWDY PATRON
We must also realize that we find these people not body now has In force,''
just among the poor, but often within our own house- whereby any female student of Eugene (Pete) Hicks, 35, of J
holds! One can be lonely and discouraged possessing 14 or over presenting a special FREEDOM CHRISTMAS 1429 NW 3rd Ave. shot and tilled -
aptitude or promise, is 'guided Lamar Miller, 46, of 1428 NW
SYMBOL This is the
HolidaySeal
great' wealth' or (utterly lost) sitting "alone" in a crowded with care toward a lucrative ca' 3rd Ave. In the Rltz Lounge,
Church. reer. Presently three young wo- design being featured in theNAACP's 1420 NW 3rd Ave., Saturday
men of college age are Irlng 33th annual drive, night, Miami detectives said.
The spirit of Christmas sends us out into the world in assisted in forwarding their, under leadership of Lena Horne Hicks, who was a bouncer at
search of those who need our love or more particularly, respective careers by a $3,000 Seals may be secured from your the lounge, was arrested and
the love of God as we reflect it. grant given by this national local branch oc the Association's held for preliminary hearing. ,
body at their 27th annual convention national office, 20 West 40 lie told police, Miller "was annoying
"God so loved the world that ,he his held at Youngstown, the patrons" and when
sent Son. York. them in
Ohio in October of this year. Street, New Buy asked to leave came at me witha
This should blocks of 100 for '1.00. .00; knife, so I pulled my pistol
characterize
our Christmas not just The mid-winter meeting will I '10.00 and upward.Parents and shot him"GRADUATES
to share gifts with our friends, but to fulfill Christ's commandment be conducted in Miami at the

"As my father sent me, even so, send. I you." Hampton House Feb. 8-10, 1063 to Attend

The message of Christmas is that God has come into

the world. He will take us "home" safely if we will 3 Bars Charged School For KidsIt rq y ta
but stop wandering aimlessly' and put oursleves into his t

protective and loving arms.-Palm Branch. was announced by Juvenile

-" With ViolationsThe Judge Den J, Sheppard', ":aay
that a 16-week "school for' pa.
IrrjHriifmaY State Beverage Department rent would begin In Januaryas ,
this week, suspended the part of a new program designed
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to "combat 'rather than
beverage license of one D a;d e "
EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKThe County bar and prefered 29 'separate just treat juvenile delinquency.
Dade's delinquency nag in
charges against eight other
creased 10 percent during the
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current issue of' Look Magazine carries an bars. last month, Sheppard said, and
.. article entitled "Christmas In Crisis." Baker's Bar No. 2, 6001 NW charged that officials have been
Apart from the editor's ,comment, the following ten 15th Ave., has been handed a attacking It from the "wrong
10-day( suspension as a result of "
prominent world figures tell why they. \ think this Christ- a charge that a lessee of the angle."Our whole emphasis h at r .
mas is unlike any' other: :business was conducting business I. been on theraphy-treatment of u
under a lease from the licensee the juvenile who is delinquentbut
Wiley Brandt, mayor of'.West Berlin? Edward Teller, : without a transfer of it should be on prevention
nuclear physicist, University of California; Dr. Samuel the license. when we get a delinquent
Howard Miller, dean of Harvard Divinity School ; Mar- The bar was also charged who Is already 15 or 16
garet Mead, anthropologist adjunct professor, Columbia with failure to subVnlt sales tax there's not much thin side of ATSEVENTYFIVE
heaven tint be done for
for April, May and June, 1062, can
University; Ralph J. Bunche, Under-Secretary UN, Nobel and selling whiskey after hours. him," the Judge said.
Peace Prize, 1950; Father John La Farge, S.J., associate He outlined a new apnroach
editor, America; William O. Douglas, Associate Justiceof Among others charged were to delinquency that would uti Shown on thin picture is the
the' Sir John Lounge and laze the services of the Data Rev, J. E. Cromartie Pensacola,
Court of the United States Warren Weaver
the Supreme ; Knight Beat, and the Liberty school system, case worker, who finished high school at the
vice president, Alfred P. Sloan Foundation ; Linus City Amusement Park. The for. psychologist and the new age of 75. Even though he be-
Paulding, Nobel Prize winner, professer California Insti- mer, located at 276 NW 6th St., school for parents.Attendance gan preaching in 1000, he feels
tute of Technology and Adlai "B Stevenson, U. S. Ambas had three charges that an employee will not be compulsory that nU graduation
the United Nations. was aiding, abetting or but "suggested" by the the high spot of his minister
sador to participating In the soliciting ofa court. Parents whose children career. He Is a member of the
These stories are well worth the time taken to read person to commit prostitution.The have already been adjudged delinquents Florida Conference AMB ZIon
them. latter, located at 1720 NW l as well as those with Church, and is now building
70th St., was charged with selling potential problems will attend two churches in the area where
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. set with choice linens, exquisite ,
silver and china, The buffet,
SATUK AY, DECEMBER 22, 1962 PAGE 3 I laden With fine foods was a I Family Portrait -:-
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,rntI"11" 111'11.J'1r'F"1'!" J.rE ir J.r 1t'l1I"1I'l1'" l"l\IfIIt! ": : ] as only ADDIE can create. ,
Before the evening carte to a Is stationed at Webb Air Force '
close Pres. MENA JOHNSONpaid Base, Big Springs, Texas. He Isf ,
u'7Jtd glowing tribute to the deceased $ a member of Omega Psi Phi I'';'I
member ALICE: and in qA3 fraternity.GWENDOLYN.
behalf of the club wished a (Mrs. James)
1 It Merry Christmas to the follow JENKINS lives in Atlanta ,Ga.
h5. CMC) ing: Betty (Mrs. Luther) Al- She teaches in the Atlanta I
ford Hazel (Mrs BobWe) ) school system. Recently she be.
0 a Wright, Frances (J. A.) Sum. came the mother of a son. After
mons, Idabell (John N. Moseley, graduating from Northwestern I
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in 1957 with honors she attended
Frances (Sam) King, Evelyn
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(John Milton) Smith, OVA Hampton from which she
(Clyde) Klllens, Bessie (Willie) was graduated again with hon I IJ
Uy UUTII y. IOUTKUCllAPBOOK Slater, Mattie (John) Barkley; '
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.II..:.. .I[ J[.. ..n Irlrit-I"IrIr'rIrf/1t/ 1.t.. tr- IrIrIr FJ.r.lf"JrJ.r FJ.fET Nellie Moore and Sylvia Gen- ors.VORRY
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a 19G2 honor graduate
Mmes. Dunn Mamie
wright
JEMS. T II E Mayfair, who was Inspector : of Miami Northwestern is a
Lucille
Thompson
Mary McCoy,
General Mr. Thomas t. freshman at Tennessee State A
in
Europe.
REAL MEANING OF CHRISTMAS Riou! Annie Mae Twine, 4i r z
visited such places as Munich, and I University.All .
There is a better thing Paris Eddie Daniels, Carrie Johnson,
Switzerland Rome
than the observance of Christ. Berlin, Florence, ,Pisa M. Athalie Range, Mr and Mrs. 4K of the above named child.
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Salzburg, ,
James Monroe ren are products of the Liberty
mai Day and that 1 is keeping and l
Casablanca, Spain, England.
Christmas. ARE YOU WILLING City schools and were active in
to forget what you have done After being discharged from AMONG THE GREEKS Off the student life of the-schools---

for* other people, and to remem the services, Mr. Thomas remained to the National. Boule of .Aloha attended.
her what other people have in Europefor if year and Kappa Alpha Sorority are: Gus. -- Now that all of their children
-- done for yoU- to see that and studied at the Sorborne, the sie Dobbs, Mamie Williams and I are away and well on their way
your fellowmen are Just as realas University of Florence and Ethel Grice. The meeting is be. Mr. and Mrs. HOYT E. MOON to making lives for themselves
YOU are, and to try to look Paris. With fluency he speaks ing hold in Detroit at the Cadillac who live at 1521 NW 74th St. and their children. Mr. and Mrs.
behind their faces to their French, Spahish and German. Sheraton Dec. 27-30 Moon are still going about their
hearts, hungry for Joy To WILLIE MAE COLSON hosted'Leta have been residents of this city dally rounds of work. lie is em- 'i
close your book of complaints Returning to the states In or Phi Beta Sorority last Saturday since 1937. For 25 years they ployed at Shell's City and she in
against the management of the der to be near his parents he evening Invitationsare have striven to develop and educate the cafeteria department of Lib- ,
universe, and look around fora accepted work at FAMU as assistant In the mill for Delta Theta their off-springs as best erty City Elementary School. {
place where you can sow a dean of men. Realizing Sigma's holiday dance at they knew how. By pooling The Moons are to be congrau-
few seeds of happiness. Are you that this distance was too faraway front Park Auditorium. This Bay- their resources they have given lated for the kind of guidance 6
willing to do these things, even to be with his parents as should bo one of the top dances the best to their children. and support they have given to
he should be prepared himself their children !in
for a day? Then can becoming
keep
Christmas.Are you ; for a teaching career and received during the Christmas season THELMA (Mrs. Howard E.) I worthwhile citizens.
the M. A. degree in supervision Visiting KAPPA ALPHA PSI LEWIS i is the mother of one
you willing to consider and administration at men here with the army's top son She is a graduate of Dor- A aa*>r***** )p>v ]ta >o.>aI ..> _

the needs and the desires of FAMU. From this time up to brass and top brass themselves spy Hich School and attended
]little children; to remember the the present he has been employed enJoyed the steak- Clark College. She graduatedfrom
weakness and loneliness of ( at the Liberty City Elementary tatprs and tea affair out at the Blayton's School of
people who are growing old; School. In addition to his i "THISWILLDO" a fortnight Accounting: and Secretarial
to stop asking how much your teaching chores he directs a ago They were LARRY DAVIS Science. A civil service employeshe
friends love you, and ask yourself dramatic group and serves as from New Orleans-Southern I is now with the City of Mi-
whether you love them official school reporter of news Univ. and LEWIS HEFFNER, ami Police Dept. working as a ,
enough to trim your lamp so events. Lincoln Univ. secretary.
that it will give more light and I
less smoke, and to carry it In f During the past summer, this NOTI q. The Wlllo Wynns of YVONNE, is now teaching in I itl (prIlly J JI Jfrom
front so that your shadow will gifted young man received a Opalocka had as their house the Baltimore, Md. school sys 1
fall behind you. NDEA grant from the U. S. government f'UestRfro: ) and Mrs. ALBERT tem. She is rounding out
to study French at the DAWSON and son of Palmetto: three years. After graduatingfrom
Are you willing to believe University of Pennsylvania, University and also )Mrs. MARY LAND of, Dorsey:; High in the class
that love is the strongest thing Park Penn. He madean Bradenton. Come the of 1955 she attended Hampton
day after
in the world stronger than enbiable record This coming Christmas the Wynns will Institute and graduated with
hate, stronger than evil, strong. summer he will use the second with them In their visit honors in 1D::D. She was listed I
er than death and that the half of the scholarship to homes Mrs CORA respective WEST in Who's Who in College; and
blessed life which began in study French at the Sorborne. HOYT, bureau of internal is a member of Delta Sigma
Bethlehem nineteen hundred Presently he is attending the interviewed and revenue Theta Sorority. ui to you-and you.

years ago is the image and University of Miami as a part SYC, is spending the Christmas adjuster in the -.nd you.May tMi holiday
EUGENE graduated
brightness of the ETERNAL time student In the graduate I
LOVE? Then school. with her sister and brother-in- first class at Miami Northwestern MMM U a hvty wonderful
you can keep
Christmas. law, Mr. and Mrs.! DANIEL in 1950. lie graduatedwith '
And If ensi'
you keep it FRANCIS Dr. ROY BOGGS honors. tool s sister he
for Although actively engaged in
a day
why not always? But
you can never keep It alone. teaching; other community and his family will be on the chose Hampton Institute, but
Henry Van Dyke.SPOTLIGHT agencies enlist his talents. They Magic City scene In a few days later decided leave. The next MR. AND MRS. ALBERT
are Ebenezer Methodist Churchin to visit with his mother, Mrs. year he matriculated at Tennessee
( wich he was christened and EVELYN BOGGS SMITH and State. In IDOl he graduated AND DOROTHY SMITH

FEATUItK. tfront reared), Y-Tee, Boy Scouts, his father, CLARENCE. Dr. with honors in the field of AND FAMILY"
and center, Mr. DENIS R. American Sociological Society, Boggs was chosen MAN OF Aeronautical Engineering. A \
THOMAS IV, a teacher of the Howard Univ. Alumni Association THE YEAR by the City of St. lieutenant in the Air Force he .lClClClCtCllClClClC'ClCIClCIClClClClClClClCt( ,
academically talented children FSTA, DCTA NEA, Fla Louis last year
at Liberty City Elementary State Guidance Ass'n and Dade It's a girl at the BENNY i
School, Mrs. Mary Ford Wil l County Group for Gifted Child- MOORES' house.. Hearty congratulations
Hams. principal! ren. to both of you!
K Denis is I.
the
I 1 h by The community Is proud to JOUHNEY'H END. The beloved
II son of Mr, and have its products like Denis R. DR. R. O'HARA LANIER is
Mrs. J. C. Thomas Thomas IV, return home and dead. A brilliant light In human
I of Miami worthwhile services. relations and education will

and Yeadon, Ta shine no more; but the indelible
, who In 1919 marks of inspiration, challenge Which holiday
I founded the TIII: 1)\IN COUNTY Heal I.;". and change will forever be in ,
II first NegroTransfer late Board drew most of Its the hearts and minds of m a n
I Co. in members to Its regular meetingon throughout the world. The is older.
II tkR Miami. He is Sunday at the home of the Phelp-Stokcs Foundation and greeting .
I Rudolph Pulloms. Guests Atty.
lithe grandson of Fund suffers an Irreparable
y 2 Col. Denis R. Henry Arrington and Eugene loss. He was Its finest director. I'
Thomas -of-Wrens and Augusta, ]| Kemp were there to discuss!: facets -I May the sympathy of former I the firstChristmas
Ga. Mr. Thomas lives with his of url/an renewal. Ernest students and -friends give-the --- ---- -

parents at their home, 6730 NW I Leo of Cincinnati, Ohio repre- sorrowing family hope and courage Card :
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67th St. tentative: of nation-wide associa ( to meet each new tomorrow
'tion of men Interested In developing May he rest in peace. I'
At the age: of 10, this young I I a string of country clubs orGordon's
man completed the elementary across the nation explained: the
school cour:ps at Douglas and plan and enlisted the aid of the IX MEMohti Ur. Vera B. gin Gin .
enrolls! at Booker T. Washington sroun In locating suitable land mans, Dec. 12, 1000 and Vera
Tr-Sr IHeh School from for the purpose. Present at the B Austin, Dee 19, I960. _.
which' he graduated In 19-18 as meeting were Mr. and Alonza i
an honor student. Scholarships Morgan, Mr and Mrs. J. A. GOLDEN \nUJ.NGnnl.': -
were offered him from Howard !Summons=; Mmes. Adllne Bar. versary Greetings to Mr and f' .
and Lincoln Universities; More- ham Alene Taylor, Ruth Sands, Mrs. William S. Stirrup, Dec. 2...
house Talhutefira and Clark ColI Dorothy Baker, Josephine Dunn Warmest cangratulations and- Garden's was an English
I 1pE' He received the B A. and Messrs Rudolph Levarity, Wellington fond thoughts are sent your 74 years
M. A. ftecrrpp from Howard Brown, Julius Smith, way for a truly lovely day that
University While at Howard Sonny Wright. I is filled with GOLDEN HAPPI tr/orr Mr.J.C Honley designed

hf hell memltershln In the Hon- NESS. the first Christmas card.Tbe tGordon's
o'- Society Debating Team, Student '
Council, Men's", Council, CWFf4T fMTIVS annual Christmas ANNIVERSARY: you drink today
Howard Univ. Players. Bison'a Party has become an his- the Townsenda. Dec.Greeting 28. She to is harks back to Alexander
troc gala ritual. This it
Staff and thp Tutorial. Staff. Because year was the former Norma Thayer Stir- .
Cordon'.orfgtnalI769Ior.mulaEoronedoan'ttamper
staged in the shadow of
of high scholastic: ,standIng : sorrowing -
memories and momentsdue rup and he, Charles E., Is of
hp was elected to Jill BETA
KAPPA Fraternity which Is a to the death of one of its Birmingham, Ala.
noteworthy distinction to be Illustrious and ardent members, with a good thlng..espe- p
MRS. ALICE DEAN who died THOUGHT OF THE WEEK. IN11r
garnered. claD when it is the world's a
Dec. 15. It was her suggestionand Life's more than breath and the )
Upon the completion of workat request that the club have quick round of blood; it 1? a biggest seller. This year

Howard University, Mr. Thomas the party In spite of apparent treat spirit and a busy heart. send cards serve and give
We live in deeds not In : ,
became a Ph. D. candidateat eventualities. And so on Tues- years;
the American University, I day evening at the home of thought, not breaths; in feelings Gordon's London Dry Gin. I
Washington, D. C. where he club member ADDIE (Mrs. not in figures on a dial. ),
completed residence require- Cleveland) SAMPSON in a We should count time by heart
ments for the degree. Hh fieldsof beautiful Christmas setting the throbs. He most lives who f
major interest and concetra- party was held without games thinks most, feels the noblest, \
tion were sociology, psychologyand and other party trends. The acts the best Schiller. lsl tta fitIAttsrilpiutquni!
anthropology. A tour of Sampsons greeted early arrivalsas Thank you for reading this astrtts t
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I MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. A Letter to Bonded ]1 commended IJ for having ,suchjlni I ;.i., IG was-ihpckW'I tj r.h \. .
SATURDAY, DECEMBER' 22, 1962 PAGE' 5'tKK J teilong ago.I/ 'h ;>;PVvl .., Elliott ,Pieze's*- deathTh' '
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WE, OF THE HAMPTON HOUSE this as having originated. new community: ,
WISH YOU A MR. BROOKS: '. concepts in respect to\ people ;
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after talking with one of my dicates it |s, not, always; true. ,' May belle Hill :
iilerrg <(!Elrtsinras| anh Itppg friends recently. She has just As you know, 1 always w.as.In 188 Columbus Ave.
c been appointed to do the same work you started. NYC 25, NY \

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Starting Friday, December 21st S beginning had a grand with time the Sunday Sunday

a Scnool and the Baptism service CLEAN. \\p .,, "
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THE FABULOUS children's Christmas program,
which will lie announced later
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47 47 is no peace. Can we do anything about this? Yes,you and I can help to bring about PEACE

47.47..or on EARTH by practicing and teaching love a nd goodwill toward our fellowmen. This is 1I

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Charles Van Russel 21, all of Fresh : for three weeks He and I
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58, was found unconscious on a comprising Harry: D. Malone, flown to Nassau from Freeport, Creek( Andros mistook the Wilfred Hanna were returningfrom 'I I
street in Nassau a night two chairman; Mrs. Efckie Lowe :Grand Bahama, suffering with running lights on naval vesselsoff an all-night' fishing trip I ;,
weeks ago. He was taken to a treasurer; Prince Hepburn andMiss severe Warns on Nov. 17, diedat shore for marker lights of when their outboard motor '
hospital where he died without Eileen Dupuch. The police the Princess Margaret Hospital Fresh Cieek. In a 16-foot motor. boat struck an object and cap
regaining consciousness. are still investigating.A on Dec. 5. Cynthia Williams boat they drifted all night and, sized near Sandy Cay. Hanna
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and 12 children, the youngestof store owned by Lloyd Major murder in the case. ed New Providence the next cued the next morning, but a '/"
whom Is just one month old. at Moss Town, Exuma, was morning. They had left Nassau, search for Ferguson was unsuc \ n.
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I North Miami Man Rescues
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1962 PAGE .9 OPA-LOCKA



Alabama Hate Mongers ROBBERY BEATINGA Girl From Burning House


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G.5-vear-old Opa-locka man -
was beaten and rol/bcd of $200 I Willie Broomfield, 30( -year-oldinside. .
Rnturdav;' nteht! by two men truck driver not only saved a He rushed to the back of the
Bomb Church Homes who forced their way Into his 15-year-old\ girl from possible, home, broke a Jalousie and plywood

)lomE'. death in a burning house Sat panel and pulled Loraine
Cloverleaf Hospital rooortedrrpder urday: but after rescue went from the flames which were
Children Practicing Police Commissioner Eugene ('k Relchert of 1700/ Op> back Into the blaze to battleit eating their way into the bathroom
Connor, who rushed to the .
loci" Blvd. was In satisfactory! with a hose.Broomfleld .
Christmas Play scene. "It's a bad thing, of
condition( with head Injuries. of 1440 NE 151st
And when North Miami
course. North Mb ml Patrolman Ray Terr., ran outside his home
Escape HarmBIRMINGHAM "We don't like it a bit. We mond Cairn later arrested two when he heard screams coming Reach firemen arrived, they
are going to do everything we mpn wearing blood-stained from the home of neighbor found Willie back in the house
A home. can to catch 'em. clothing and booked them at the Charles Wilcox, 1460 NE 151st fighting the flames with a gar
made bomb exploding! in a The Rev. Fred L. Chuttles- county Jail with Intent to com Terr. den hose.
street Saturday heavily damaged -I worth, leader of the Alabama mit murder. They were: He found the Wilcox family "This man's a real fireman,"
a Negro church _and two I Christian Movement for Human Ervin Albert Brooks. 22. no milling outside their burning said Lt Anthony SantuccI.
houses but 12 children practicing Rights, formerly was pas- address:; and Edward E. Frls- house yelling that their daughter "Not only did he save! thechild's
a Christmas play in the tor of the c urch. I I I life, but he saved: the
bey, 26, of 1500 NW G9th St. Loraine, 15, was trapped
home from
being destroyed.
church basement escaped in- Onl1'one'person was reportedhurt .
1 Jury. % a seven month old Damage. to the home was estimated -
A church trustee who Is active granddaughter of an active of at $1,500 Santuccl said
In a pro-Integration group Shuttlesworth's pro-Integration Cops Harass Meredith In Hometownuled He blamed the fire on a defective -
blamed the explosion on racial organization.This oil burner.

troubles. is the third time with. KOSCIUSKO, Miss. James trial Wednesday. Loraine's father said the
in the past six years that the H. Meredith arrested J,
was on a
I family was separated from the
The basement of the Bethel
Bethel Church has been bombed. Meredith whose
admission
traffic to
In his hometownhere
charge
girl by a wall of flames: which
Baptist Church, which has been
The last church
bombingsin
where he said "Ole Miss" under Federal
bombed twice before in recent Birmingham occurred Jan. he was Court trapped her in the Uithroom. I
showered with celebrating his sixth wedding : order Sept. 30th touching off
was Broken .
years
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16 when three churches
; Negro
anniversary and visiting with I bloody rioting said Loralne was reported In sat.
glass and plaster The main campus a
were hit. hi* parents. police car was parked outside a isfactory condition in Mount
floor of the church littered
was The culprits were never Meredith, traveling withouthis barber shop where he got his Sinai Hospital with burns of
with fragments of stained caught, but Police Commlsion- U. S. Marshal guard, said shoes shined Saturday night. the back, arms and legs.ANNOUNCKMKNT.
glass windows and shattered
Connor said they Ne
ers were police mistreated him. Kosclusko -
r' paintings. groes.Shuttlesworth's. Police chief .1. H. Harvey denied He said the patrol car followed '
Police said the explosive device successor the it.McrNHth. him through town after he ( : :
believed to be several .. Rev. V. C. Provltt, occupies one said his car was left the barber shop and stop- The Liberty City Fellowship
sticks of dynamite, apparently''of the houses wrecked by the searched while he was at the ped him near his parents' home. Club Invites its members to
was thrown from a passing car. latest blast The other is own police station. He called his He said the officers cursed him join one another at the annual i
"We've got everybody work : ed by a trustee of the church, treatment "deplorable Intlml and called him "nigger" and Christmas )party. Mr. George
ing on the investigation," said James R. Rives. elation and "typical of the treatment one of the policemen ordered Phillips, 0315 NW 22nd Court,
of Negroes In Mississippi. i him to say "sir." Dec. 22.awmmmmmmmmmmms .

Meredith, 29, said he was .
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shop. He was released under Merry
4 E Clandestine Masonic Grouptheir $10 bond pending his sched-

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s; a group of men who claimed to Joined from holding themselvesout be filled _
be Masons, Prince Hall Ma. as duly authorized and con. andhappiness "
sons of North Carolina, under stitutional; Grand: Lodges of the with joy
+; the leadership of Gladys Brown I State of North Carolina and, U for
grand master, won a decidedvictory from establishing] or conducting
here in superior court. lodges of Masons or auxiliaries you and your r
therefore within the state of '
F The Prince Hall Masons had North Carolina, where In the famUy.BROWNSVILLE. --

filed suit against the National i words "Free and Accepted]? Masons" .
Supreme Council, National
or the words, 'Masonic
Grand Orient of Ancient Accepted Lodge," or the word "Masons"
Scottish Rite Masons of or a coloral/le imitation thereof I
which William J. Fitzpatrick is are used in any manner DRUG STORE
named as grand commander; whatsoever They were enjoin.
Calvary Grand Council, Ancient ed from using signs, symbols, REETI N 4634 N.W. 27th Avenue NE 4.7233 ;
and Accepted Scottish Rite Ma Insignia:; etc of Masons. I
sons, J. E. Melsenhlmer namedas This same group has lost similar To all friendswe Warren W. Welter, Prop. I
our many
sovereign grand inspector cases to the Prince Hall
general: Hiram Lodge No. 158, Masons. One of these was in wish a very merry KajKKK rK! K KKKKKK'IK IK4rK KKK' II(ICIC IClClCrcICICICII IICICICICI( \CI1C1I(1I'C1I1C1C1C1C1C'C1C1C1C'ClClClCtClClClClC'ClC
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Winston-Salem and the Most authorities say they will con- of New Years.
Worshipful National Grand tinue to prosecute this groupof for the friendshipthat

Lodge, Free and Accepted Ma- bogus Masons wherever exists between our
sons, Ancient and Accepted they find them trying to
Scottish Rite of the State of ate as Masons. They say they customers and ourselves.
Maryland of which William J. will also proceed against other Q
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all bogus and
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tempting to carry on Masonic legs in China? :
Marty "Zat so, why?" Joe Leo Burke ,
operations. Sam They use rope. JWzab.th heath

Judge Walter E. Johnson rul Auntie "When I was a child, I Muttlc Jackson, Manager I
ed in favor of Prince Hall Ma- was told that if 1 made ugly faces, Mrs Mary\ Lee Jackson, Prop.
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. I Republicans Shun "Seggie"

PAGE 22 SATURDAY DECEMBER 22, 1962 i |P B WASHINGTON-HV -m- -- -- Republican gether And gives it strerigtn.." it is "highly desirable for the

most the action of Republicans to get as many
senators from the two Kuchel praised
"'T.JiI.JI 1T 1T.JTJJ'.1l.I .>T "' "'I votes as they can, including
populous states said Sunday directors of the California Republican the south.

f6tss their party can't afford to alienate Assembly, an organi
a People. zation of volunteers outside of "But if anybody thinks
city voters candidates by offering in the segregationist the official party lineup, in are going to win national elections we
calling on the national GOP or- by a drive that alienates
Places. South. : ganization to quit supporting voters in the populous states
Sens. Thomas H Kuchel of segregationist candidates. he has another think coming:)
9 California and Kenneth B. Keating said that he thinks he said
Keating of New York applauded'
Things. drive x IiCCCCIiCCCIiCCCCCCIiCCCCIiC.CCCcccc aatatecaeen atat saucaeatx e eKat
in separate interviews a ,
by GOP National Chairman WilLiam -
BY WHENCE DEBT COOPER E. Miller to put Republican

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Senate and House races In 1964 GREETINGSBEST
CHRISTMAS TIME is one of when the law says that's tattoo
But each said that in doingso
the Christian festivals that we
then the bookie is a criminal
enjoy most. the party should make certain
who is controlled by a syndicate that its aspirants do not
With silent to God
a
prayer other than the government. attempt to outdo Dixie Democrats
we thank Him for sparing us to
witness another of the many I Should the scene change and in advocating: segregation.

Chirstmas Seasons we h a v e the "criminal" Becomes ownerof Kuschel, who won reelectionin
spent here, irregardless of the a race track, properly licensed the November balloting, said
headaches of trying to spreada and taxed the n he is a he wants his party to preserve
little joy with our undersized sportsman. His "clients" who "the Lincoln tradition." He
wallet in this commercially em- bet at his supervised mutuelsare served as deputy Senate Re
phized day of the birth of no longer 'the suckers" but publican leader.
Christ. sport-coat wearing followers of
This Is also the time when the sport of kings. "Our first Republican: presi i
our minds wander back to child dent, Abraham Lincoln, dedi-
hood when we hung up our The majority of us love to cated the federal government to
stocking Christmas eve to findit gamble In some form or the equal treatment for all under
the next morning crammed other, from cards to roulette.If the law," he said. "That con-
with all kind of goodies, gay you are caught it's nothing tinues to be the indestructible I
packages strewn beneath the shameful if you are doing it inLas thread that holds our party to-
I' Christmas tree with "Bert' Vegas,.but if you are playing :
scribbled thereon. poKer in Jones' garage and axax>ax ptaaa>uan>axxr,>b JtI ama>a>a>ar

This time of year also remindsus the cops bust in ? ? ?
when a stupid lad of 13 was
rudely awakened to the Aesop But we cannot uphold or con I I II
done one's love take
fable of Santa Claus; the birds to a chance.
and bees and that the Storq Many economic of them take the chancefor
reasons. I
was really a club in New ork. ? May the holidays
That particular Christmas They shot dice for the be lilted
morning "Santa Claus" had a ments of Christ! gar-j '' with Joy andhappiness
bad_ year and only was able to '1
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good time to let this "grown family.
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hung limply on a nail by the be Merry! J
Christmas tree! Dead-empty!
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Just changing! All My this we was liketo CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR.DUGIE'S .

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lowing years we helped to play ., EBONY BAR GUEST HOUSE
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. \:: :: Now, what's so strange about
SOCIAL
I this? Well, with all this J love SECURITY
SATURDAY DECEMBER 22 1962 PAIGE Phil Ossofer Says
231li' I pouring Into us trough ear and

JIt's eye, we are suffering from an
;:<"" acute lack of love. Sadly, we PI I
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ti{ ::; a strange world. Our ra.
j1W:1 devour the synthetic for wantof -
dio blare forth songs of love. ; ;;: ,
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the real, the true love we
Our TV shine Wright
screens OOVUNENI
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all need. Perhaps we In AmerIca
with tales of love, and the mo-
are more fortunate t h a nelse.w'here
vie industry spends millions of
dollars filming famous love for we haven't ac- "Workers may now file social
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........ stories to satisfy the public's cepted communism ai a substitute ; security claims as they reach
t.11 .... demands. for our hearts' desires. Yet 65," Edward P Blonston.
age
: 'f;" our lack of love for one an- MiamiNorth
f. ; ::: other, as evidenced in racial district manager of the
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'l'lIj.i' / know. unless such practices are elimInated this now. First many workers -
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This is some even
: just a simple fight soon. can get:
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By ALBERT W. COOKB size Christ. Jesus, the Knower of all regularly at their usual pay.
things past, present and future, Second, this will let us settle
Tell me Relatives, please do, knew how we would be in thisa any question about ape, relationship -
What Does Christmas What does Christmas mean to Are. He told us that the love and amounts while he is!
you? of many would wax cold. (Matt. still working. When he retires!
If you accept Bethlehem as a 24:12.: ) tsi't this true today? or reduces his earning, social
fact- security payments can begin:
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Mean to You Has Santa Claus spoiled the actI mandment He"also Rave us a new com- without delay since his claim
to love another
one
been
will have set
already up.
)"i'I' as! He loves us, that all men
j Tell me students, please do. For many years, after his time, see white nothing ChristmasOr wrong with a ,:should know we are His dis Third, workers cannot lose anything -
I !. What' does Christmas mean to I Christmas brought Christ to sleigh bells in the snowI ciples. (John 13:31-35): ), by applying at age G5.

i you? I mind. think that Christ should be Both men and women can nowget
Why then, the lack of lovethrouRhout I
Does it mean the birth of ChristOr different reduced payments at 62. If
that receive somethingnice Now that Santa Is here to stay I the world To me,
you'll
? Christmas gone the commercial : According to where you go. the answer is simple. We are they are not working, or are
working for low wages, they ,
not as Jesus taught us to live.
way. Tell me, Cousin, please do, We devoutly remember the may wish to take reduced pay-
Gentle Jesus, meek and mild i It Is surely not my right, What does Christmas means to Teacher, but ments.
carelessly forget
Wise men Brought gifts to this To remove your X and put In you? the
teachings.
child, Christ. Christmas is a sacred day "Workers may now file social
Monkey see monkey do, perhaps But like sheep, man has gone What can we do? Each must social security office last year's
Tell me Buddy, please do, astray. make his own choice whom he Form W-2 or, if self.employed,
This Is why Santa comes to you. What does Christmas mean to will serve. This is what I did: a copy of their income tax return -
you? Preacher as well as any proof of
preach teacher teach, Casting out all preconceivedideas
Tell me teachers, please do. I'm for making spirits bright Somehow let children know. from my mind, I prayed age available to them.

What does, Christmas, meant. to And that sort of thing. That Christmas is more mean. with all the sincerity and humility I
ingful I could
muster, asking
you? But give the glory to Christ Than cards of Yule tiding show. God for understanding and guide prejudice, hate and misunderstanding
Not that Christmas should The King. ance. Then I turned to the.Holy and transforms our

mean to thee It is my belief that Christmas I Merry Christmas and a Happy Scriptures, seeking the answersI souls and bodies into true
it means to temples of God. Love is the
The
very same. as night New Year. One day when was sure were there. My faith
me.., was rewarded, for through medicine which must eventually -
daughter Deborah my
my becomesof
Christ back Insight
Should
bring heal If
ills
our
wordly we
new understanding of these
I hope that she will dig
age
Ask.your pastor if. you must. this article from Cousin's file readings, guided by, God I are to receive that Glorious
What should Christmas mean found the fife Kingdom of Heaven on earth.
true love off my/ ;
If she finds It, somehow it ;
may
do.
Friend
Tell me please
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to us. a love for all mankind.
bring home to her that Jesus
to
What does Christmas mean
Should it mean that the savior died on Calvary, but not to
you? This love Is the elixir which
was born?' start a shopping -Cousin. I Drive Carefully!
spree. cleanses
of the
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Jingle bells, ring them well. poisons, ol
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What does Christmas mean to Give a gift, spirits lift,
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Change this sort of thing.
Tell Neighbor, please do, .
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. the Alpha Phi International Alpha the
Frontiers Little Bessie was sitting on her
I PAGE 12 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1962 the Collegians board of and the is YMCA.a member of i grandfather's knee one day, and

i Other installations were Sam after looking at him intently for a

uel Forde, a former scoutmaster : time, said, "Grandpa, were you in
I Boy Scouts Hold Successful Banquet and member of the North I the Ark?" "Certainly not, my
Dade High faculty, reelected as dear," answered the astonishedold
The Dade Division of the C. Martin Elementary School's division commissioner.Other I s man.. 'Then why weren't you
I South Florida Council Boy !PTA, Richmond Height. members of the ban drowned?"
, Scouts of America held its very ,I Herbert Ammons is scout duet committee were Robert L. _-
successful annual banquet on master. Dawkins, Arthur 0. Dunn and -
Monday. Dec 17 in the Conven j For the Area Fran, special Samuel T. Grant. In Spanish at Llnclsey Hopkins
tion Hall of the HamptonHou thanks went to Howard During the course of t h ettmquet Educational Center, 1410 NE
e. Serving a!? master of I assistant division commissioner time was taken out 2nd ave
ceremonies wa Daniel Francis and Anthony Simons Jr., for a moment of silent prayerfor
scoutmaster, Troop 391 at N. B. D. K. L. Pharr who has She also recently completeda
ad-'forf Young Elementary school. done so much for scouting and course In piano at Fine Arts
Greater Bethel AME Church Group singing was led by Arthur himself the wearer of a Silver Conservatory, 615 NW 60th St.
nnd PfT coordinator at North O. Dunn, scoutmaster, Beaver. He Is now ill at Chris '" 'r ," >1' ;:;r' She is making rapid progress.

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InorODr1ntp: Invocation bv Rev. Commissioners Arrow Head t I !It., .. : '; 'J .
T'hlllin) H. Conner. a member of Honor Award was presented to ,.. -- r r
the Carver Hl"h faculty and] David Wilson by Samuel J. E. '--
troon committeeman of Troon Forde, division commissioner. r+ Mrs. Willie Washington of :;,
7104 NW 11th place is one of the ,'
ffi! at the rhool. This was followed The Scouter's Key was pre-
by the occasion being sented tQ Police Sgt. Leroy A. first Negroes to attend classes
riven by'_. -.-Fuller; divi- Smith by Alex W. Brooks. This }
'slop: Scout executive. was a "first" in the Service Yl \
Area and was earned by a deserving -
A warm hearty welcome was scouter.A ,
rendered bv Robert L. Clark beautiful bronze statuettewas
the banquet chairman and In. presented to Mr. Brooksby l K
:tltutional representative at Robert Gordon for his untiring
Greater Bethel (Church who service to ecouting as a
nl l<:o introduced the guests as division chairman 195962. He
I follows: is also a holder of the Silver ):
Beaver the most sought after : .di ,
George Crawford. councilcommissioner
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field] director: Godfrey INSTALLATION t ,ya tr t
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ard County; Mrs O*car Ranee.M of officers was rendered by C1IIUTMASOnce
others present were the George Crawford, council com 4i
Scout ers, their wives and missioner. The following scout- *
friends. installed Division .._- vv'bUw H again, as Christmas
ers were :
The annual report was madeto chairman,' N. Patrick Range, a | The PATRICK successful RANGE banquet: of ap- I & come, we remember the
those assembled by Alexan former boy scout. He is now proximately 70 persons ended of the Star o! the Bait
der \\'. of the Range Funeral story
Brooks division chair. manager
i with the reading of a poem and May e"!l good things Three Wise Men
man. His report was filled with Home. He is a graduate of Robert com that led the
highlights the most outstand Morehouse College and the New C.appropriate Gordon. He prayer praised by the good I io you at this Christmas; to the Manger pi tie Christ{ ,
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fun, good food and good fellowship Star
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the first Scout He holds In Child. May
troop to ventureas ing. membership follow
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Omegas Meet In IndianaIDIANAPOLIS BROWARD COUNTY I
SATURDAY DECEMBER 22, 1962 PAGE 13
Ind. The tor of Special Projects, National -
Honorable Matthew E. Welch, I I Council for Senior Citizens, NEWS
Governor of the State of Indi who is a former grand baslleus I Found Drowned II
"Cat Burglar"
will head of the \\\y virun IIOIYRBowe's
ana, a list of featured fraternity, will address .
speakers before some 1,500 delegates the group during its "Uplift" i \ w
of Omega Psi Phi Fratern observance on Saturday Dec. The body of Peter James Watkins I North Dade earlier this month,

ity, Inc., when the fraternity 29 at 10:30: a.m. Hollywood Barber extends Shop Season'sGreetings of West 3D, the elusive "cat bur was regarded as perhaps the

celebrates Its 51st anniversary to all our patrons. I glar," was found: by a. fisherman most accomplished thief ever
at a five-day conclave at the The Honorable Albert 11.I .
Claypool Hotel, Dec. 26-30. I Losche, mayor of Indianapolis Clifford Bullard, manager; Na- Tuesday in Snake: Creek I a> plague local police.
!will be featured during the con thaniel Watson, operator; Ervin Canal, about a quarter mile
Governor Welch will be the I clave's first session. Harris, Jordan Fleming, Milton west of NW 27th Ave.. He was outwitted only twice
principal speaker at the organ! I, .. Harris all say Merry Christ- in 1950 when he was known as
zation luncheon Watkins, who reportedly bur- the burglar," a detective
honoring the One of the sessions mas and Happy New Year. : "pants
undergraduates on Friday, Dec. highlights Walter Bowe, proprietor glarized at least 100 homes in removed the key from Watkins' -
:of
the conclave will bo a symposium -
28 at 12 noon. car during a checkup. The
1 I on the subject "Creative thief tlephoncd the police to
Dr. W. S. Davis, i "
Tennesse A&I State University Solutions to Social Issues. Eleanor's Beauty Salon also a Happy New Year,.." complain, but fell In the snareto
sends greetings. Mildred James, the tune of 15 years.
who Is a member of the fratern j I The Democratic Party
ity, will deliver an address on, ap I manager; Ann Glover, operator; Stanley McKcnzle top scorerat
proach will feature Dr. Tinsley Eleanor lie escaped from a prison
V. Bowe
Mrs. ,
proprietor
"Manhood As a Weapon for the NYU in New York, 31 points
I L. Spraggins, special assistantto from in Titusville on Oct. 28.
: all Christmas
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say Merry
Fraternity for the next fifty the Democratic National Deputy high scorer for the second time On Dec. 11 he was spotted by
and Happy New Year
years, Friday, Dec. 28 at 11:30: I II Chairman. Dr. Spraggins is I a led off the games': scoring by Metro_Police ..a'bout.' : a.m.
I .a.aLt a member of the fraternity. _I making a jump-shot- to-ptrtthe near 13th Ave. and 199th St.
1 I The Freeway Handicap at Violets in the lead over the They set up a massive dragnet
direr-4 I The Republican Party approach Bunche Lanes Is still going Peacocks Basketball team. Stanley but Watkins eluded them.It .
I will feature Attorney strong. Come out and watch is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
STREETS TO BE j Grant Reynolds, special assis- your team bowl during the Luke McKenzie, of 4633 SW is believed that he died
tant to the Nation. He from drowning the morning the
Republican holidays. The men of the Free. 18th St, West Hollywood.
CLOSED FOR al Party, who is a first Grand way Handicap League wish expects to be here for the officers followed his foot printsto
Basileus of the fraternity. you all a Merry Christmas and holidays. the canal
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being presented In recital Sunday I
Dec. 30, 5 p.m. at the I IBethany 29 I
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NW 25th ave. I 1
Miss Croumel, with an out. '
standing soprano voice, has 29 # A'FiY. 1e
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. "THE QUESTIONSOF Calls Numbers Writing

PAGE 18 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1962 PEACE ON Mudge

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PHILADELPHIA (ANP)- He indicated that such
Between The Lines. of State Dean stubborn Rusk A local judge told a Crime Com-I only hurt the reputation arrests of the
I answers some basic this mission institute here last week I poor people involved. They are
questions about peace that numbers writing Is a poor of little help to society, he stat
Journal.In
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---By GORDON HANCOCK for ANP month in Ladies' man's game that is harmless to ed.

M ''M 'ft-" JT-.L r> ; interest. because of economic pressure"
the country are
HAIL PROGRESSIVE to say if we would subtract across of national "Every once In a while they
ed in knowing our
NATIONAL BAPTIST from these bodies the Negro leaders are doing everything (police) put on a big drive
I Baptists which they have recruited honorable against numbers, and make a TV
CONVENTIONAs possible to keep an SICK?
they would speedily go Journal editors asked lot of arrests Judge Vincent A.
much as the writer, an old out of business. peace Carroll of Common Pleas Court
Mr. Rusk a series of questions No. 2, declared.He Have ft repaired on credit it
line Baptist, regrets the latest Some way must be found to not about nuclear war but you live in Liberty City or
schism in the ranks of the Ne hold those baptized into the about human peace. asked:; Brownsville. Pay weekly. Free
gro Baptists of this country, Baptist denomination for the Among the questions asked "Who are these numbers writers estimate.
he must in charity hail the new Holiness church is recruiting Mr. Rusk were these: Would it ? They're poor little people I DIAL 690-3581
body with the earnest hope thatit them from one level and the be wise for the West to assume In the back streets. 2636 N.W. 62nd ST.
may find what it so much ,Episcopal and Presbyterian that Khrushchev does not planan
seeks and desires, brotherly churches are at work on still aggressive military attack
peace and accord. I I another level. against us? What is the attitudeof

The Philadelphia conventionwas |I If the new convention will our national leaders on an ; nu'1i (!
atom bomb test ban? tU rtdiuga
a tragedy. It Wrought to the address itself to some of these
writer's mind what happened In problems it will more than jus Mr. Rusk has answered these "I
Chicago in 1915 where the Ne tify Itself. There is a field fora questions fully and frankly be- FROMEddie's
gro National Baptist Conventionhad convention that really has a cause he is eager that there be
its first split. He had just progressive program. But there no confusion as to why we are
I been elected statistician the ,is little room for an organization in our present predicament.The .
year before in Philadelpia and which imitates and dupli- Drugs"THE
went to Chicago prepared to cates the shortcomings of the Ladies Home Journal
make what was perhaps the :Did conventions.The articles is titled "The Questionsof
only well.wrought statistical re Peace on Earth." PRESCRIPTION DRUG STORE"
port ever to come before the fight against life-tlme
of this country tenure of convention presidents
Baptists
4 Negro is We fill V. A. and Public Welfare Prescriptions l
t in convention assembled. a justifiable fight. The very ; Beautiful Home on I
idea that when a Baptist accedes -
Subsequent statistical reports to office it is for life, is Your lot
have been largely estimates and archaic and should be banned I ) For Your Convenience, We Feature
not authentic studies based up- everywhere. While it is to be
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on minutes of associations and regretted that this whole matter I GIFTS GALORE --
state conventions here and of tenure could not have
there about the nation. My been fought out within the old- '
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state South Carolina went out er convention, there is reassur- Free delivery service on prescriptions or any order of
in toto with the Boyd Conven- ance in the fact that there is a V I
tion which turned out to be the "braking point." $1.50 or more

lesser of the two.I Hail Progressive Baptists! ')

followed the brethren to Kansas Complete Building Bervlir Delivery hours: 12 noon 8:30 p.m.
City and Atlanta and then I PLANNING
talked over the matter with P o BUILDING (Except Sundays and Holidays)
Henry Allen Boyd in an at- ,QN FINANCING
tempt to bring the two wings
together again. But Boyd was row New Home Holiday Special Gift DividendsLET

departure cool to the idea and and remained I made per.my A NO DOWN US FILL YOUR NEXT PRESCRIPTION

sona non grata to both conven PAYMENTOver 801
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tions and this "cured" me of FR 39903Dec29
conventions.The OSERVICEWilliam Twenty Yearn of

tragedy that was enactedat Construction Ktpeileme! "I

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there is ample room for such (D@lli
convention provided it has a 1935 N.W. 153rd St. LEWIS AND IRWIN i

progressive program. Baptistslike Opa-Iocka PL RR
Methodists have a split if 1-3604 I
they deem it wise and honor-- Phone MU 8.3770 888 N.E. 79th St. *
able. Negro Methodists are split y> *r
four ways and now Negro Bap- Miami, Florida.MMM"'MjJj..JI..3IJlJaJlJtJa i Wish all avery I
tists are split three ways; they Times'
have another split coming to Ads Pay Off! IJlJtJIIJlJtJt'tlllllll"

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'( split Methodists are doing and W and a =
what the split Baptists are not a A
doing there is room for soul A
searching among Negro Bap- i ift Happy !New YearClwistmas AII
tists of this country, split or .,
unsplit. Vast sums of money II
have been raised through many
years Uut Negro Baptists do not II *
have one college or university
built by money taken at the
National Baptist Convention. I -And happy And an extra wish of
Methodists have several fine
colleges to show for their split- holiday wishes
ting. success and happinessto

In the first place, Negro Bap- WE HOPE THIS CHRISTMAS WILL BE ESPECIALLY a all of you

tists meetings.have held Some too many enterprising annual .PLEASANT FOR You.YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS. 'I who have been to all our'old customers

I Negro scholar could come up LOWERY'S SERVICE I our customers
with a fine theses on "Millions STATION
Negro Baptists Have Investedin 516 N.W. 20th Street Phone FR 9.0177 I
"The Railroads of the Na CLIFFARD E. LOWERY, OWNER COCONUT GROVE'S FAMOUS
tion. ROOSEVELT HOLLINGEU
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country. It has taken millionsand

sands millions and thousands to transport annually thou- BUNCHE I ERNESTINE" ROLLE

to divers parts of this country LANES ,
through the many years of Baptist .
conventioning by Negro
Baptists.The 2282 Bunche Park West Drive BROWNSVILLE'SJET

meetings of the national
Methodists make more sense WISHES YOU ALL A
and it is fervently to be hoped
that the new convention will i DRUG STORE
take a leaf from the program of MERRY, MERRY CHRISTMASAND
their Methodist brethren. Then
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organization and the Holiness Blando, Manager Cyril Miller, Asst. Mgr. patrons and friendsA

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Louis THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.
Armstrong
Dr. Proctor
Gets High I II

I I SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1962 PAGE 19 jj
Heads Sullivans
Peace Corps Position

Christmas Show Contributions Needed For l''
Dr. Samuel Proctor, Peace As the official in charge of

Corps Representative In Niger. the Office of Peace Corps Vol From "Gitmo"NEW 1

ia, has been named Associated unteers, Dr. Proctor will admin Mentally Retarded ChildrenContributions

Director for Peace Corps Volun ister all Peace Corps selection, YORK (ANP) '
: teers with headquarters In training, field support and over Louis "Satchmo" Armstrongand are needed for All contributions may be sent i
Washington. Peace Corps Director seas administration.It his band, Connie Francis, the "Cottage Christmas Fund" to Mrs. Edward Weiss, president
'.1 Sargent Shriver announced Jack Carter:, Carol Lawrenceand for the cottages at the Sunland of the Sunland} Parent
Dr. Proctor's promotion here is one of the highest positions Frank Fontaine are among Training Center in Ft. Myers. Association, 1900 SW 18th Ave.
Thursday. He is expected to assume in the Peace Corps, one the performers who will ap There are four cottages which Miami, Fla. Checks and money
w his new office about Feb. children orders be made out to the
of the two original pear on the Christmas edition of house the colored may
1. posts authorized statutory "The Ed Sullivan Show" Sunday which holds over 200 children, Sunland Parent Association.Also .
by Congress
In announcing the promo- In the original Peace Corps Dec. 23, 8 p.m. EST on the Dade of which about 100 are from assisting in this "Cot.
CBS television This County.
network.
tion, Mr. Shriver said: Act; and it pays $20,000 a tage Christmas Fund" are Mrs.
Dr. Proctor's promotion paces special show will be taped be The Christmas Fund will be Mary Ford Williams, principalof
"Doctor Proctor came to the him in one of the most important fore an audience of American used to purchasce recreational the Liberty City Elementary
servicemen
Peace Corps at a time when at Guantanamo Naval School. Edward Graham
positions within the field equipment for these cottages Rev ,
.- many people were still_scoffing _of IL .S* foreign affairs occupied Base. In,CubaSingertrumpeter which' include: -- pastor of the Mt. Zion Baptist --
about its possibilities for success by a Negro. Church and Mrs. Willie Mae
His vision at that time has Connie Armstrongand Francis Outdoor volley ball games, Denson, 1811 NW 48th St., Miami -
: been matched by his performance In Nigeria, Dr. Proctor was poular will be singer military horse shoe sets, basketbbll sets .
since. He has proved to charged with the responsibility entertaining with with backboard, playing cards,
Sullivan
be one of the most popular as of the administration of one of personnel for cosmetics, sewing materials,
well as one of the most effec. the largest Peace Corps programs the second time; the first was shade trees, large sand boxes,
tive Peace Corps administratorsin in the world in whatis In West Berlin in October, 1061. rocking horses, slide boards, ANDREWS JEWELERS a
all our forty overseas opera. one of the largest and most Armstrong also appeared out. stuffed toys and air mattresses.All EXPERT WATCH AND \
side
the United States with Sullivan
tions. African nations.
Important
CLOCK IU l.J\lUS
on the Peabody Award. these are items which
winning program from Spoleto, the state does not provide for 40 Years in Business
Italy. the mentally retarded children

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decision of April 12, 1961, to ad in the exclusive Cosmos
mit qualified students without Club, Washington, D. C., this Christ, they've taken out of j BAKER'S BAR & PACKAGE GOODS j ji
regard to race or color. week. He is the first of his raceto Chlrstmas,

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announcing approvalby They have substantiated Santa,
effective at the start of the the Admission Committee Phone FR '1-9783
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Joseph M. Jones, president or Cosmos President Francis L Now they eat and drink and 414 NW 20th St. Miami Fla.
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accordance with established
pro Thinking this alOne is right Air-Conditioned
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Here's where Jesus
Last week U. S. District Franklin, 47, is chairman of Christmas day and is Christmas forgotten *' EARL KDWAKDB, Manager I'
Judge Frank B. Ellis ruled thatas the Department of History at I
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including "A History of American
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s graduate school. the question of Negro member
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Another Negro Allan Butler, of Carl Ilowan, Deputy
has applied to the university's Assistant Secretary of State, '* Sunshine Service friends and neighbors .
medical school. was rejected.

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A Good Time Was Had By All 261,43i- idi Can't :- I


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and
Georgia Alabama
j '":. illiterates .
4. -- "' to
l .' !" "$' :)p,\ '' TV Programs within living range of the
; 1 E.TV stations can take the
rt Aid IlliteratesUnder course.

Flori Operation Alphabet was set
,
new program
da's adult a illiterates, declared up, Bailey said, after the 1960
support themselves census showed 261,433 adultsin
to
unable
adequately, can learn to read Florida has less than a fifth
and write if they get a TV set. grade education, classifyingthem
as functionally Illiterate.
\ Alphabet, a crash
"Operation
Forty-nine per cent of them
out illiteracyin
program to wipe
I P r'y MS.F Florida, was announced this are white.

week by the State Departmentin Because the people who need
Tallahassee, and a series of the course most cant_ read
televised lessons is to begin in .about-'it,state agencies and lay
February. people should tell about it,
Education Supt. Thomas D. alley said. He called upon
Bailey said, "The principal advantage county education 'superintendents
of the use of TV is to set up the necessary
that the individual can take the machinery to make the pro-
course in the privacy of his gram effective.
own home."

He said many adult illiterates CORRECTION
I ?' y'\t \: decline to participate in public To whom It may concern:
classes because of personal em Cheryl Voncia Clark has no
S y I barrassment. Three-fourths of living sisters or brothers and,
the illiterates lived within her mother has married again
t! i viewing range of the state's since her death on December 13,
r; five education television stations -. 1954. She is now Mrs. Estelle
i I he said. Brown.

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_ Queens of Miami's i five high schools pose with Fultz Quads ,
944 NW 2nd Avenue
and a good time was a Classic," and I've' never seen Louise Prothro of Pet Milk Co. \
had by all, was the general con anything like this one presented Dr. Gore with a gold Exclusive Men's Wear from the of head to
I had heard much about Milk top your
census of the 30th Annual Orange so record copy of the Pet
mos: om Classic held here the Classic that I decided I just Showcase radio show which the tip of your toes includingHats
had to come to this one saluted the
last week, This to a degree had University over
Shoes Shirts Suits Trousers Caps of
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sums up the reactions of the And I'll never miss another 31 stations coast to coast on
thousands who attended the I Dec. 7. Styles and quality at popular pricesBE
college spectacular. Highlights of the scar-studded As usual, the famed 132-piece
Classic weekend included: FAMU Marching Band, the SURE TO COME AND SEE US
.
Jackson State College Tigers A press party given by Phillip "marchin est and playingest
racked up a t 22-6 victory over Morris, Inc., at the Hamp band in the land," thrilled parade
the unbeaten A&M Rattlers. ton House.A viewers and the 44,000 fans
They didn't come to play said reception given by Pet Milk at the game? The band shared
Jackson State President, Jacob Co. of St. Louis honoring the the half-time) show with the
L. Reddix. The Tigers had been Fultz Quads at the Roney Plaza crack Jackson State musical ag
bitten by the Rattlers when Hotel on Miami Beach. gregation.The .
thev played the bowl game In A promotion spectacular:: A&M pre-game theme M RICHRIS'
1961 and this year were set for through downtown Miami. (The was; "75th Anniversary Salute"
revenge. This was accomplished second Classic appearance of and the half-time) theme was =1 AS
In the Orange Bowl of 43,464 the Fultz Quads. "Athletics on Parade."
r l spectators, the third highest The all-sports kick-off luncheon FAMU Queen GwendolynClark
attendance In the history of at the Eden Roc Hotel of Jacksonville, in regal
the classic. with famed TV and radio personality splendor, reigned during the
Visitors began arriving as Joe Garagiola as the festive occasion.
early as two weeks prior to the featured speaker. One significant aspect of the I
Classic weekend as they took The Inaugural Orange Blossom weekend, a University officaial
advantage of the occasion to Classic presentation of gift noted, was the role played by
get In an early winter vacation. wrist watches to Florida A&M major corporations who spenton
The vistors who came from and Jackson State players sponsored estimated $25,000 to $30,000on
such distant points as Los by Royal Crown Cola Co. special promotions and
Angeles, Washington, D. C., of Columbus, Ga. at the Fla. events during the week.In .
t Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, New mingo hotel. '
York City, and Columbus, Ohio addition to the firms mentioned
I relaxed on the city's golf! The FAMU band dinner at earlier, the Coco-Cola Co.
courses, at the race and dog the Hampton House with local of Atlanta and the Miami Coco-
\Ili, tracks! on .the Dennis! courts. Phillips GG dealers as hosts. Cola Bottling Co. provided the
uu me Aiianuc Coast deep sea A team breakfast at the -Flamingo float for Miss Jackson State.
fishing and at the fabulous Hotel sponsored by her attendants and local high
1 night clubs on Miami Beach Woolworth's of New York. \ school queens, transportation
and in Miami. The annual parade which for Jackson State president r t,
And on Sunday as this fabled drew an estimated 75,000 view. Jacob L. Ileddix; entertained 1
_ city began its return to normal ers the members of the working
cy, the comments were many; i The Diamond Anniversary press at the game with a buf..
I The greatest yet Luncheon sponsored by Pepsi- fet supper, and provided the 4E1 "
I've never seen anything I Cola Co. of New York. JJ. R. E. Lee Jr., trophies to the'
like it I've Ifcen The appearance of famed St. I Buyers voted most outstanding
coming ever since Founder J, Louis Cardinal player Stan by sports writers on each of
IR II. E. Lee, J f., said, "Let's have Musial football as game.a fan at the Classic I the two competing teams.

\tC'C'CtCl'C' : 'axxx tCttCtC!('c c''C'C't During the halftime of the Chrysler Corporation of De-
game A&M president, George troit provided two VIP automobiles
W. Gore, Jr., presented Dr. Ira for University officials.
P. Davis, a noted Miamian and A 1963 Crown Imperial was
long-time memlter of the Classic provided office of public rela
Committee, a plaque for dis tions personnel. I
tinguished service. And in turn
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North South Game SATURDAYOn Jackson Tigers Place 7

Dec. 22 at 12 noon, channel -
accepted the A-A Bowl invite. 10, will feature one of the Men On All-Conference TeamBy
Paremore has been the lead most outstanding local Christmas

:rI.1 ing for the ground Rattlers gainer the and past scorer two shows of the season. I'By COLLIE J. NICHOLSON, Prairie View and Southern two

years. He is a two-time Pittsburgh This show will feature Cub GRAMBLING La. A pair apiece, and Arkansas AM&N
Courier All-American and Pack and Boy Scout Troop 98 of Associated cress little All- and Alcorn one each. Wiley.
a member of the first team of sponsored by the Floral Heights .1 Americans topped the 24-man failed to place on the squad.
Y the 1962 Associated Press All- Elementary School PTA. all-Southwestern Conference
American squad. team named coaches attending
Material for the show w a s by Paremore Heads
the league winter meeing.
He is the third
Rattler to scripted and
play shaped
by the
Heading the squad multitalented
In the All-American leaders are -
Bowl. of the
Half Scout groups: Junious Buchanan of All
NAIA
back
Squad
Clarence Samuel -
in the I960 Childs appeared T. Culmer, institutional Grambling and wondrous Willie __
bowl and center Cur- representative Colin .
R.Wal-. .IUchard
tis Miranda ton n-Of- -Jackson State; "SACRAMENTO Calif. Pas-
played last Decem- Pock chairmanrROland H. -
bert The contest Is" between the Rolle, CUll Master; George But Buchanan, a tackle as hugeas sing whiz George Dork of Northern .
dy4c. major and small college All. ler Jr., assistant Cub Master. a Kodiak bear, was the first Illinois and Florida A&M's
; : Yry : American stars. It is sponsored draft choice of the American ace runner ,Robert (China Doll)
; .. by the Optimist Club of Tucson. Den Mothers are Mesdames Football League.: Paremore, Ahead of the All-
Beatrice Cooper, Christell Roach, The 277 pound giant signed NAIA footrall team released by
The all-stars from the North Mildred McKinney, Vivian Nes- with the Dallas Texans. the National, Association of In-
1 and South will meet in the bitt, Doretha Payne, Minnie Dis- tercollegiate Athletics. .
Shrine benefit game. Receipts mucke, Daisy Harden Margaret Richardson, a brilliant offensive -
will for Forde and Barbara end sound FIRST TEAM OFFENSE
go
-" -'- --- -'-- -" care and treatment Jackson. as as the pre-
Florida A&M's halfback Bob of needy and crippled children William Turner, troop chair. Inflated dollar bill, led Jacksonto ENDS Willie Richardson,
in 17 Shrine hospitals. man; John H. Calloway, scout SWAG titles in '61 and '62.
Paremore will be the first Negro Jackson, Miss. : Drew Rob-
to represent the South anda Willie Richardson, All-Ameri master and Harold T. Scott, assistant He signed with the Baltimore erts, Humboldt Stater'f., State.
can end from scoutmaster. Coults.
Negro Institution in the Jackson State College -
North-South Shrine grid classic the South was Invited to represent Mrs. Lydia Higgs music The all-league line is a bit i TACKLES Juniu Buchan-
after his impressive Grambling La.; Dick Pet
here on Dec. 22. performance against the Rattlers teacher of Floral Heights served more renown than the backfield nan\\ Calif.
Paremore and Rattler fullback in the Orange Blossom as coordinator with this but both are leaded with
Classic. Jackson group. individual virtuosity. GUARDS Tom Splewak,
Hewitt Dixon defeated the
were extended -
invitations by the Rattlers 22f.FAIRFIELD. Approximately 80 cubs and Pro scouts claim that Jackson's Pittsburgh,:; Kan.; Larry Pugh,
South's head coach Andy Gus- scouts will participate. i Roy Curry Is the equal to Westminister, Pa.
i half the first-year
quarterbacksdrawing

tafson.ricanes.the University Gustafson of is Miami head coachof Hur Machen Comitted To Mental HOSD. i i National pay in Football the Americanand Leagues. Texas CENTER A&I. Doug Harvard,


The loop's total offense leader QUARTERBACK George

Dixon had to decline the invitation ''I tally-ill Calif. Men- since he was confined to Napa for three years, he rushed Gork, Northern Illinois.
because of a leg injury. heavyweight fighter< State Hospital last\ week, and passed for 2,002 yards on
The two Rattlers have also i Eddie Machen was committed not was. 254 HALFBACKS Dick Kemp,
present at the plays this
been invited I to a state hospital hearing before season. Lenoir Rhyne, N. C.
to play in the All- Tuesday as Solano County Superior i I Besides Richardson and Cur
American Bowl in Tucson, an 'acute schizophrenic' in need Judge Philip Lynch here. ry, Jackson placed Albert Greer,,
Ariz., Dec. 29. Paremore has of himself treatment and dangerous to end; Ben McGee and William Smile Awhile!

and others. chen Whether rated the 30-year-old Ma [:Robertson, tackles; Harold Cooley Wife "This Is our 10th anniversary
The commitment was ordered ing Association, by the World Box guard; and Louis McRae, let's have duck for dinner,"
Bunche Lanes at a 20-minute Superior for as No. 1 chal- fullback. Husband "Why kill the duck for
lender champion Sonny Lis. "
Court what happened 10 ?
years ago
hearing and was for an ton s title would ever be able Jackson and Texas Southern
indefinite City boy to Country boy: "Yourfamily's
period "until his to return to contention placed seven men on the team.
mental well being is restored." unanswered question. was an GramUllng had four selections, so poor" they can't even
When Sonny Berrieum and pay attention.
Cornelius Solomon are not Napa County Hospital officials
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CLASSIC? I 16 SATU.Rj>AY> DECEMBER 22, 1962 F
ORANGE BLOSSOM .i -PAGE- ----_-_____ -- -


A Good Time Was Had By AllS ,261,433 Floridians Can't I II

o a a Write I

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I Georgia and
llliter.
f S piI. TV Programs to ates within living range of the !
E-TV stations can take the V

.' Aid IlliteratesUnder course.

Flori.da's Operation Alphabet was set
adult a new Illiterates program, declared up, Bailey said, after the 1960

1ps :j unable adequately to, support can learn themselves to read I in census Florida showed has less 261,433 than a adults fifth
education
and write if they get a TV set. grade classifying
"Operation AlphaUet," a Crash them as functionally illiterate
Forty-nine per cent of them
.
out illiteracy
) program to wipe are white,
r % in Florida, was announced this r
week by the State Departmentin Because the people who need >'
Tallahassee, and a series of the course most can't readllbout.1tstateagenclesand "
televised lessons Is to begin In lay
February people should tell about it,
Education Supt. Thomas D. Bailey said. He called. upon
Bailey said, "The principal advantage county education superintendents
of the use of TV Is to set up the necessary
\ that the individual can take the machinery to make the pro- t
course In the privacy of his I gram effective.
own home."

ibr : He said many adult Illiterates CORRECTION p,
) i' in gra
public
decline to participate To whom it may concern:
classes because of personal em Cheryl Voncla Clark has no \
r barrassment. Three-fourths of living sisters or Brothers and, 1si,
I the illiterates lived within her mother has married again
i I viewing range of the state'sfive since her death on December 13,
I education television stat 1954. She is now Mrs. Estelle ;
I bftil
tions, he said. Brown.
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JACK'S HEN'S WEAR 0ri!

'.... ","" .N'__' __"'_" '__ V ___ ..__ ...m......' ..,"'_ I
_ Queens of Miami's five high schools pose with Fultz Quads
944 N W 2nd Avenue v
and a good time wash a Classic," and I've' never seen Louise Prothro of Pet Milk Co. T,
Hl by all, was the general con anything like this one presented Dr. Gore with a gold Exclusive Men's Wear from the top of head to b
your /I
I had heard about
much Milk
census: of the 30th Annual Orange so record copy of the Pet II
Blossom Classic held here the Classic that I decided I Just Showcase radio show which the tip of your toes including /I
last week. This to had to come to this one had saluted the University over .
a degree
Hats Shoes Shirts Suits Trousers Caps of
-
Rum up the reactions of the And I'll never miss another :31 stations coast to coast on
thousands:; who attended the Dec. 7. Styles and quality at popular pricesBE
college spectacular. Highlights of the srar-studded As; usual, the famed 132-plece
I Classic weekend Included: I FAMU Marching Band, the SURE TO COME AND SEE US
Jackson State College Tigers A press party given by Phillip "marchingest and playingest
racked up a 22-G victory over Morris, Inc., at the Hamp band In the land," thrilled pa-
the unbeaten A&M Rattlers. ton House.A rade viewers and the 44,000 fans t
They didn't come to play said reception given by Pet Milk at the game? The band shared iJ ltr lthlihlthltl ltl ltr'1ti lil i1'lb lti ltr lthltl lthlt 'It1 lt1 I
Jackson:; Stnte President, Jacob Co. of St. Louis honoring the the half-time show with the (
L. Redclix. The Tigers had been Fultz Quads at the Roney Plaza crack Jackson State musical ag- 1
bitten by the Rattlers when' Hotel on Miami Beach. gregation.The ,
thev played the bowl game In A promotion spectacular A&M pre-game themewas MERRYCHIsniivIAS
19G1 and'this year were set for through downtown Miami. (The "75th Anniversary Salute"
revenge. This was accomplished second Classic appearance of and the half-time theme was : :
In the Orange Bowl of 43,464 the Fultz Quads. Athletics on Parade." (
t 1 spectators, the third highest The all-sports kick-off luncheon FAMU Queen GwendolynClark 1
attendance In the history of at the Eden Roc Hotel of Jacksonville, in regal
the classic. with famed TV and radio personality splendor, reigned during the
Visitors began arriving as Joe Garagiola as the festive occasion.
early as two weeks prior to the featured speaker. One significant aspect of the
Classic weekend as they took The Inaugural Orange Blossom weekend, a University officaial
advantage of the occasion to Classic presentation of gift i noted, was the role played by
get In an early winter vacation. wrist watches to Florida A&M major corporations who spenton
The vistors who came from and Jackson State players sponsored estimated $25,000 to $30,000
such distant, __, points as! .. Los by Royal Crown Cola Co. on special promotions and I
*itiFvJa, \V UctnlllUBlUIl, L), \J., of Columbus.' .Ga. at the Flamingo events during the week.In I
Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, New hotel.
York City, and Columbus, Ohio, addition to the firms men
relaxed on the city's golf The FAMU band dinner at tioned earlier, the Coco-Cola Co.
courses, at the race and dog the Hampton House with local of Atlanta and the Miami Coco-
I+ tracks, on the tennis courts, Phillips G6 dealers as hosts. Cola Bottling Co. provided the
j off the Atlantic Coast deep sea A team breakfast at the Flamingo float for Miss Jackson State,
fishing and at the fabulous Hotel sponsored by her attendants and local high
1 night clubs on Miami Beach Woolworth's of New York. school queens, transportation
J and In Miami. The annual parade which I for Jackson State president
And on Sunday as this fabled drew an estimated 75,000 viewers I Jacob L. Reddlx; entertained
city began its return to normal the members of the working
cy, the comments were many; The Diamond Anniversary press at the game with a buf'
The greatest yet Luncheon sponsored by Pepsi- fet supper, and provided the .U1 e, 11 ?' AC
I've never seen anything Cola Co. of New York. J. R. E. Lee Jr., trophies to the C
like It I've teen The appearance of famed St. layers voted most outstanding o
coming ever since Founder J, I, Louis_ .Cardinal l player: Stan I by sports writers on each of ,
II. E. Lee, Jr., said,, "Let's have iviusuu as a tan at the Classic tile two competing teams.

a'L KKt2K'ttK'd'YKYKKKKK'KKKK'101J04- .. football During game the half-time of the \ Chrysler Corporation of De ii iia
game A&M president, George trait provided two VIP auto
W. Gore, Jr., presented Dr Ira mobiles for University officials.
P. Davis, a noted Mlamian and A 1963 Crown Imperial was
long-time memUer of the Classic provided office of public rela
Committee, a plaque for distinguished I tions personnel.
service. And In turn
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Dec. 22 at 12 noon, channel
accepted the A-A Bowl invite. 10, will feature one of the Men On All-Conference Team
Paremore has been the lead- most outstanding local Christ.
Ing ground gainer and scorer mas shows of the .
season. By COLLIE J. NICHOLSON.
for the Rattlers the past two Prairie View and Southern two
years. He is a two-time Pitts This:: show will feature Cub GRAMBLING La. A pairof apiece, and Arkansas AM&N
; burgh Courier All-American and Pack and Boy Scout Troop 08 Associated cress little All- and Alcorn one each. Wiley
a member of the first team of sponsored by the Floral Heights Americans topped the 24-man failed to place on the squad
the 1962 Associated Press All- Elementary School PTA. all-Southwestern Conference
American squad. team named by coaches attending .
Material for the show w a s Paremore Heads
He is the league winter meeing.
the
third
Rattler scripted and
to
play shaped by the
in the All-American leaders Heading the squad are multi-
back Clarence Childs Bowl. Half. Samuel T.of the Scout groups: talented Junlous Buchanan of All-NAIA SquadSACRAMENTO
e appeared I Culmer institutional
in Grambling and wondrous Willie
the 1960 ,
bowl and center Cur representative' Colin R. Walton .. .
; Richardson
tis :. .Q( Jackson .State. Cam.
Miranda
played last Decem Pock chairman! ; Roland H. ; passing -
ber. The contest is between the Rolle, Cub Master: George But Buchanan, a tackle as hugeas whiz George Bork of Northern -
major and small college All- ler Jr., assistant Cub Master. a Kodiak bear, was the first Illinois and Florida A&M'sace
American stars. It is sponsored draft choice of the American runner Robert (China Doll)
by the Optimist Club of Tucson. Den Mothers are Mesdames Football:: League. Paremore,Ahead of the All-
Beatrice Roach, The 277 pound giant signed NAIA toot all team released by
The all-stars from the North Mildred McKinney, Vivian Nes- with the Dallas Texans. the National Association of Intercollegiate -
and South will meet in the bitt, Doretha Payne, Minnie Dls- Athletics.
,. Shrine benefit game. mucke, Daisy Harden, Margaret Richardson:: a brilliant offensive
PL. .,,. ___m__......_.._. will go for care and treatment Receipts Forde and Barbara: Jackson. end as sound as the pre- FIRST! TEAM: OFFENSE
Florida A&M's halfback Bob of needy and crippled children William Turner, troop chairman inflated dollar bill, led Jacksonto ENDS Willie Richardson,
Paremore will be the first Ne in 17 Shrine hospitals. ; John H. Calloway, scoutmaster SWAG titles in '61 and 62. Jackson, Miss. : Drew Roberts
gro to represent the South anda Willie Richardson, All-Ameri and Harold T. Scott, assistant He signed with the Baltimore I Humboldt Stater'f., State.
Negro institution In the can end from Jackson State College scoutmaster.Mrs. Coults.

North-South Shrine grid classic the South was invited to represent Lydia Higgs music The all-league line is a bit TACKLES Junius Buchan-
here on Dec. 22. after his impressive teacher of nan Grambling, La.; Dick Pet
Floral more than backfield
performance against the Heights servo renown the erVhittler, Calif.
Paremore and Rattler fullback in the Orange Blossom Ratjtfers ed as coordinator with this but both are leaded with
Classic. Jackson group. individual virtuosity.Pro GUARDS Tom Splewak,
Hewitt Dixon were extended defeated the
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invitations by the Rattlers 226.Machen. I Approximately 80 cubs and scouts claim that Jack Pittsburgh, Kan.; Larry Pugh,
I scouts will participate. son's is the
:South's: head coach, Andy Gus- Roy Curry equal to Westminister, Pa.
half the
tafson. Gustafson is head first-year quarterbacks
coachof CENTER Doug Harvard,
drawing in the Americanand
pay
ricanes.the University of Miami Hur Comitted Fo Mental Hosp.since National Football Leagues.The Texas A&I.

loop's total offense leader QUARTERBACK George
Dixon had to decline the invitation FAIRFIELD, Calif. Men he Gork, Northern Illinois.UALF'BACKS .
for
tally-ill was confined to Napa three years, he rushed
because of heavyweight
a leg injury. fighter
State Hospital last and passed for 2,002 yards
week on
The Eddie Machen was Dick
two Rattlers have also i I was committed Kemp,
been I to a state not present at the hearing be 254 plays this season. Lenoir N. C.
invited to play in the Ail- hospital Tuesday as fore Solano County Superior Besides Richardson and Cur. Rhyne,
American Bowl in an 'acute schizophrenic'
Tucson, in need Judge Philip Lynch here. ry, Jackson placed Albert Greer,
Ariz. Dec. 29. Paremore of treatment and
,
has himself dangerous to end; Ben McGee and William Smile Awhile!
and others. Whether the 30-year-old Ma Robertson, tackles Harold Cooley
; Wife "This is our 10th anniver
The commitment was order chen, rated by the World Box guard; and Louis McRae, sary, let's have duck for dinner,"
Bundle Lanes ; ed at a 20-minute Superior ing Association as No. 1 chal fullback. Husband "Why kill the duck for
Court lender for champion Sonny Lis what happened 10 ?"
hearing and was for an Jackson and Texas southern years ago
ton s title would be able
i indefinite ever City boy to Country boy: "Yourfamily's
period
"until his to return to contention placed seven men on the team.
mental well was an so poor, they can't even
being is
restored. GramUling had four selections
When Sonny Berrieum and unanswered question. pay attention."
Cornelius Solomon are not Napa County Hospital officials
bowling at Bunche Lanes they also disclosed that Machen is
can be found at their Sunset paramoid suffering delusions Investigate Without Obligation
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Willie Sims of 2201 NW the examination this year. Further I
1158th'' St., Opa-locka, and Pa. information about the examination I
Itriclaj Page of 7600 NW 21st may be received from \1 '
fAve.Ware y two of 38 undergraduate local high school principals.
{Ireshmen studying at How. I EXTEND
lard.University this year on i
[11,100 scholarships. Knights of Pythias : 1

[1f1tyJ The qualify scholarships for similar winners grants Courts of Calanthe f I
[throughout their undergradu. I
p[aeiyears, bringing the total Chancellor, Counsellor meetingwas I 611rrileS) 1ft
slue of each grant to 1400. held Sunday, Dec. 16 at the I
Whey: ; were the ranking stu- home of Sir and Mrs. GeorgeT. I
[tents among some 3.380 h 1 g hlIIItOol Cash. 1ft
[ seniors in 26 states andIpieiDistrict To all the members of Pyth
of Columbia who ias family the deputies of Dade ftft
_ were tested by Howard offi- i County would like to wish you
MIs;; last year under the Merry Christmas. May the
...a.ool's National Competitive Peace and Hope of Christmas ftft
IeItolarship Examination pro. make bright the coming year. K
.-em. I Sir George T Cash Sir WalterL.
Belle, Mrs. Mallssla{ Harris, ftft
The National Competitive
Mrs. Maggie S. Cash, Princess ftft
Examination
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at Howard In 1940. I
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Rose Sharon Lodge No. 22,
[IIncef that time NCSE awards
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This will meet Saturday, Dec. 22.
11,000 1 students. year ftft
Rose Sharon Court No. 23,
and
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Mrs. Malissia Harris, counsellor, ftft
the.J District of Columbia are
[studying under National Competitive will meet Monday Dec. 21. \\ O1 ftft
of the Valley Court No.
awards which could Lily kt
1 !58, Mrs. Sarah D. Belle, counsel. ftft
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.total $292,000.More
I\' 7W lor, will meet Thursday, Dec. ftft
w". "" .,4!: ;r students in .
; y .I+< than 3,500
*s 300,high schools throughout the 27.Sir Walter L. Belle, DGC; Sir ( : \ / ftft
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. Free Masonry I Franklin Federal Resources

PAGE 20 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1962Boston's Working under the protectionof II
the Most Worshipful Union
Grand Lodge P. H; A., Inc., Too One Million Dollars
Rudolph Bradley, grand master, .
Negro Bishop we are pleased to extend to the A Savings and Loan Assocjatipn sociation and help to elect the
entire Masonic Family and
is a tribute to our community's who
> board of directors are responsible -
Won Post On MeritThe Joyous friends, season's the most greetings.pleasant and Is a strong maturing Indication economy.that our It I to you. Each year,;nn

May the blessings of God be area Is emerging Into the lime annual meeting Is held and all
new suffragan bishop of Burgess takes his election as always with you. We are hap light of basic stability. members are invited to attend.At .
the nation's most blueblooded an assignment to make his py to announce St. John's Day
church face more directlyto celebration will be celebratedon Chartered by the United this time, you may voice
up
Episcopal diocese Is the son of ; race-relations problems. He Dec. 23 at Temple Baptist States Government, our own your opinion concerning man
a dining-car waiter on the Pere believes that progress in civil Church 1723 NW 3rd Ave., Rev.L. Franklin Federal Savings and agement and Its policies .
Loan commenced
Marquette Railroad. Upon his rights for the Negro has been A. Thompson, pastor. operation Association some three months I The Miami Times strongly,:
consecration two weeks ago as "miraculous," but that of all ago and has already achieved urges you to support Franklin
auxiliaries to the Institutions, the church has Federal Loan
one of the two in both Savings and Association
Impressive gains new
Boston, Bishop Anson Phelps been the least aWe to Hjust savings accounts and first mortgage a home grown, home
Stokes Jr., the Rt. Rev. John to the change In racial atmos home loans. Total owned savings: association,
resources -
the phere." The reason: "T h e United
Melville Burgess became substantlall exceedsone chartered by the States
first Negro ever to serve the church Is too much white million now dollars.A Government and regulated and
Protestant Episcopal Church as middle-class, and reflects too b r controlled by the Federal
spiritual leader in a predomi much the conservation of this I percentage of all savings .Home Loan Bank System.
nantly white diocese. social and economic group. received goes back Into our Franklin Federal Savings accounts
There Is fear that the church' community In the form of home are Insured to $10,000by
Square and scholarly-looking, might take too radical a stand." I,] loans, which In turn help to the Federal Savings and
Bishop Burgess, 53. was elected Bishop Burgess will continue: 3+k spur the construction industry Loan Insurance Corporationpermanent ,- a
.on solid qualifications. lIe did to command the efforts of his f, with new Jobs; new capital and agency of the United
advanced study in sociology at diocese which comprIses rS new demand for homesites In States Government.
the University of Michigan before ; better residential areas.:
roughly the eastern half of
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new religious needs of Inner
Cambridge, Mass., In 1931. After Is a definite step in helping
his ordination he served a Boston. He wants to expand thechurch's yourself to home ownership The family of the .
clerical apprenticeship at chaplaincy services to through thrift. Every savings
churches In Grand Rapids and universities in the Boston area account holder becomes, In effect KEEP-U.NEAT CLEANERS
and thinks that the church
Cincinnati. In 194(5( he was call a memtter partner of the
ed to the chaplaincy of Wash should; develop a program of Association, sharing In Its prof. wish to thank, each and
ington's Howard Universityand chaplains for industry to bridgethe Its which are paid in the formof
five years later became a the gap between religion and dividends. : everyone for their patronage
canon of Washington Cathedral. workingman At Franklin Federal, savings
Until his consecration, Burgess "The church", he says, accounts earn dividends at the during the year 1962.
was Archdeacon of Boston and "should try to make religious LABAN G. BODE current rate of 4'a year, We wish i you and your
supervisor of the Episcopal relevant to the needs of all I payable and compounded quar
City Mission Burgess was chosen kinds of people. The church is We will congregate at New terly. family a Merry Christmasand
for the suffragan bishopricover i not a sect organized around a Providence Hall, 10th St. and As a Franklin Federal Saving
four white candidates on particular doctrine of Biblical 3rd Ave. at one o'clock p.m. for and Loan Association saver, a most Prosperous New
the first ballot at a conventionof I text. It Is a great fellowship the parade from the hall to the you are a member of the As- Year.
diocesan priests last Septem I !bound} by loyalty to Christ." church for a program and the

ber.Season's. Liberia public Installation of officers.It Mr. and Mrs. levi Johnson
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QQj\yQjQQQQQ; copal bishops and the Virgin that Master Masons only will meeting of the council will and Sons
Iislands will soon have one. participate In the celebration. be the fourth Saturday nightat i.
Both Arkansas and North : Special Invitation Is extendedto 8:30: o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Levi Johnson
Greetings Carolina have had Negro suf. all the female auxiliaries to Laban G Bode, Miami 36, Fla.
fragans whose supervision was I take part. district deputy' .
A MERRY CHRISTMASTO limited to non-white parishes. I The president of the officers grand master
-Time Magazine council, P. M. Granvllle Cam- .
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RDAY- DECEMBER.. 22- -1962- i ,- rrr -PAGE 2i I Holy Family Revealed as Colored i

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r New Concept the Rev. Ambrose Reeves, for The Rev. Arthur Klrkby
mer Bishop of Johannesburg I press officer for the Leicester
Shakes who was forced to leave that I Free Church Council, commented
England country because of his stand I :
against apartheid (segregation.) I "Too many people think of
r LEICESTER, England A The church minister, the the holy family as Western.
'r1; k J .. V.Cknor creche was unveiled outside Rev. Arnold Cooper, said after I ers. They should] at least be
the Methodist church here Tues the unveiling: portrayed as sallowskinnedArabs.
S r day with Joseph, Mary and the "Some people were complimentary .
Child Jesus depicted as colored others were not. Some "This crib will shake peopleout
people, I people condemned the crib as of their cosy ideas about,
blasphemous." Christmas."
And the traditional Three

iwr. Wise Men were: .-...
An American getting out '01a
fUr-llned car to represent Jehovah's Witnesses Christmas, Morning

wealth,
A Russian arriving by rocketto Ft. Lauderdale will bo the Service

1. represent the benefits of scene of a three-day Christian .A_..denominational I Christmas --
science __ __ __
-Trall1lng-Progrfttn--hc1d-.tJy Je
.d' ------- morning service; will beheld
A hovah's; Witnesses Mr. Bennie on the !flwertlnp's! Estate
dition.Nigerian to represent tra (frump, the presiding minister, nt 030 nm. FnoHal, Christmas

made the announcement today. music bv the Dillard High I :
Instead of shepherds- there
The program has been arranged .
School chorus, tinder the direction
were a policeman and a nurse. bv the Watchtower
of Mrs Rhoda Sneed,
""i The creche was designed by Bible] and Tract Society of New Christmas:
Frederick Reeves! a nephew otUsher's York, to he held nt Dillard! High ? Elder F.message A. Allen.) by PresldInf -

: pe John Receives School, Dec. 28-30. Others! participating will be

; "The training,* Mr. Crump Rev. Honrv Wright of Danla;
UnionAssociation I Rev. W. Strange with William
saul, "will feature songs, experiences .
lectures and demon Hanna of Miami at the organ
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rican King Mwamutsa strations. By such training It with Christmas music.
will enable us to apply) ] Bible

The president officers and principles In our lives' and in ST. BARNABAS W. M.

VATICAN CITY Pope di's 2.1 i million people the estimated members take this' method of the community.
n i XXIII received an African to be Roman Catholics. extending the Yuletide Season About 000 delegates! '! from Mel- Ttev. 12 A. Culmer, pastor t

Sunday in his first private The nation, a little neighbor of Greetings to one and all, wishIng : mourne to Kev West arc evpoctcd Mrs. S Diwktix' reporter

fence since he fell ill of ane- the Congo, formerly was part of you nil a Merry, Merry to attend. Morning worship was In
the Christmas and a Prosperous Climaxingthe program on charge of the He .
and a }possible stomach ul- Rumda.Urundi U.N. trus pastor pronched
Nov 27. then he blessed the teeship administered by Belgi New Year. Sunday at :3 p.m. will l ha time- n stirring sermon on the
Iv Bible discourse! entitled "TheBible's thence, "The Christian's Ward
day crowd In St. Peter'sare um.
from a window of his I Answer to Our Problem robe." Everyone: was showeredby
rtment The Pope and the king, whoIs of Survival.] the Holv'nlrlt.. The numberone
on a month-long tour of 10 The public Is' invited to attend choir furnished music with

he Roman Catholic pontiff nations, met In private for 25 Y Mrs. Lillian Knowlcs: nt the piano
cod well. Ills face showed minutes. Then the Pope received 4r and! the No. 1 ushers serv
color Ills voice was firm members of Mwambutsa's re TEMPLE BAPTIST ed.Last
vigorous. tinue for 15 minutes. Sunday! evening: tho
Rev L. A. Thompson, pastor bouncing baby boy of Mr. and

is African visitor was King > K. t The Masons will celebrate St. Mrs. Leroy Worthy wns chris
sml Mwamutsa. ruler of the MT.CALVARY .John's Day at Temple, Sundayat tened. A reception was given
kingdom of Burundi 2 pm by Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Trot-
out 57 per cent of Berun- RPV E. M. Thomas, pastor The Christmas theme will he man, }jxircnts of Mrs. Worthy. A

Phyllis Myers\ reporter the feature of :all services. The delicious turkey dinner with all
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Sunday at 3 p.m. we celebrated No. 2 choir will sing duringthe the trimmings was served.Waitresses \
lAHA'I ASSEMBLY morning the< No. 1 will render '! were Your Reporter '
our church's 27th anni andMrs
Mrs. Rowena Richardson
1/ music; for the Masons at 2
fig Olive Alexander, cxecu- versary. Rev. D. A. Bradley piii., and nil of the singing !!. Hannah Edwards( mother I ,
Director; of 1ESCA, will give was the guest speaker for the groups, Including the male and baby flew to California to
ftpconrt of her talks In a selof occasion. He spoke to us from chorus and! youth choir, willnppoar her husband and father.
the tonic of "You Must be Born l'
lectures on comparative In n grand songfest; at 7.
Inns at the Baha'i enter, Acraln. His congregation was Approprlte anthems, carols, etc. ,
NW 11th Ave., 8pm. Sun. thpre to help make our pro- will he presented. You are invited DR. M. RADIN .f.fI.
4Dec. 23: Her subject will cram a success The anniversary to spend the day. at

Christian Civilization" :: program was a success. ..-rJI;__ __." .., ._ Temple.The General PracticeObstetrics
::11[public Is cordially: Invited WP would like to thank Rev. Sunday School will have
tend. Phone Secretary: FR Bradley and his congregationfor WINS RINGING CONTEST Its Christmas exercises Monday 1
_ for further information their conrtibutlon to o u r Betty Jean Turk, daughter of at 7:30: p.m. Mrs. A, Newbold, ,3r.*
Miss L Hose and Mrs. V. Stra- .
We them I 1159 NW 3rd Ave.
program. enjoyed very Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Turk,
chan: have worked hard to pre
much.
811 NW 07th St., won the singing -
the kiddies and fine
ACE PRESBYTERIANhnd pare a program Pone 374.1419
We are praying for all sick contest on Children's Day at is promised. Christmas

: a very outstanding members to have a speedy; recovery. Mt. Aaron Baptist Church. Eve service will begin at 10. Open dally 0 n.m. 8 p.m. ",
,last Sundav A Merry Christmas to our
The contest was sponsored bvhe Huml.iy 10 n.m. 12: noon
.thp: jrtornlncr worshln the faithful members and friends.
We extend Christmas and I
Junior Choir under the direction -
|h conductedservice
Fellowship New Year Greetings to all our MU
Catherine
of Rozpr. -
In a fine manner. I .
; friends. U Rev. AlUort A. McCraney I ts
congregation I
was: pleasedthe
results: as: we see our I pastor. STAR NEAT MARKET

Iclnatlng more and more GREATER ST. MARK P.B.
rely in the worship of the BETHEL BAPTIST
ch. I Rev V. L. Johnson, pastor NEW

I Mrs. Ruth Mae Scott, reporter 1V71! NW Mb Terrace 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
len WP hnd n hlrhlv pnfov- Rev Ernest Williams JL
Luncheon" 0 come all ye fathful pastor
"Fellowship Deacon Fred Williams, reporter MS3L
this I
gored by the United Pre I During most Important """ __ .
Ian Women of the Church I holldav season, serve the Lord Sunday morning and night J
one had a rHir'htful time with gladness We Invite you to the No. 1 and 2 choirs will sine. MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE
come out Christmas Eve night I TilE
SWP certainly hope to see I ,lolntly.. The pastor Is asking all
of these occasions In the it 10 nm and attend the Ira the members to come out and
'lltlonal Watch Night services. attend all the services and let 0

e.the us have a good time In the ser
The Rev Freeman and con"relation -
[ evening was the memo vice of the Lord.
le "Christmas Fantasy", a of the Zion Hope I Fresh Meat-Low Prices
Church will
am conducted bv Mr. and render service, Please visit the sick and the
\. along with choir No. 1 and 2
Harold lTiag4 I and well shut-Ins.
rted by the members of nnd the Male Chorus of our "Do unto others as you wish I i .. ,
hurch, parents and friends -hurch. The Christmas program them to do unto you." ktKeR[ KKeR=RK 'dK'L KpCKKAKKK't'KKGSKKe't KKK [KKKKK (r
.' children and adults whod 'vlll he held Thursday. Dec. 27.
their musical talents.Is Please come out and have a EBENEZER METHODIST
good time with the young folk.Don't MERRY CHRISTMASWE

Sunday at 7:30: p.m. The Rev A. D. Hall Sr, pastor il
forget the sick. Visit
lav School will present its
lal Christmas{ program and and pray for them. Everctte Ingram, reporter .

|>ope that you will come and Sunday the vouth choir will I : ,t
In the happiness: of this I ,
_ ST. MARY'S W. M. render music during the morn '
lon fpstlvl-
and nil oCher .
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Ina and evening fprvlce. We ar" I
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i s we celebrate th Christ. Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor Inviting the members and

{Soasonler's 1h Dorothy Major, reporter friends to com out to f'nrour.1 I

Joy to the world, The Lord a"e the vouth In rendering service
to the church They willh
Union Notice has come.
PO: happy to see: vou. The
all!
Yuletide greetings to
'I choir I Is under the direction of
e Usher's Union Assocla- Sunday School 9:30:: ; morning Mrs. Perndla] Col>b Hurtc, a '!
Nth Sunday program will worship 11 a.m. evening worship graduate of IMhune-Cookman I
lld at Mt. Olivet which Is 7 p.m. CoUp( e and a former memberof
d on first court Between: morning there will be the collie concert chorale !
and 15th Sts.prQltram Sunday Mrs. Ivls Grace will he at the
testimony service. Sunday night I ( wfeh that we could convey to you
will organ.
be? sponsor. Sunday School children will
ptween Mt. Olivet Juniors our have their Christmas play. John In keeping,: with the Christmas ; deep, how sincere are our

friendship Juniors. Sunday. Bullard and Mrs. Adel Bethel season the choir will pre- wishes for your deep enjoyment of this
musical cantata titled,
sent a
73. Time of Is 3
program Bertha Adderly are
and Mrs.
School "The Nativity of Jesus" at the holiday In some more tangible way. But
of Sunday
In charge our
that 7 p.m. service. we are happy to take this opportunity to
president I 10*: asking children.
ushers, under the
mhers he out, adults and Our male chorus will furnish ladershlp The junior of Mrs Wilhelmena M. cay-"A Very Merry Christmas."
as thl will be the lastg
music morning and night. Davis and Mrs. Marguerite
public of the is year.invited to at- Christmas Eve night there Thompklns will serve throughout I George K. Sands, D.D.S.
will be service which will be- the days.

ur" Hudson program., president: Miss. gin at 10 p.m.. ., Let us not forget the sick and 1602 ThirdAvenue r 'o, ',' 374.2665
afiuMns, with visit or mall a
The' Is Inv(fted.that.tendd p
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uS.1 burglar more than," charged 100 homes with In rob.a Gables. His tracks were followed by Special Stamp Will Cite ::

He Searchers for three hours Tues
h, was identified by Metro was serving a 15-year sentence -
: ctives for the 1957 crime, but es- day morning through bushes, Emancipation
y Wednesday after heed Proclamation
_' out of a North Dad coped from the state farm at over fences and along a canal ,
e Titusville
et. on Oct. 28. bank until they found his car -
; I parked at County Line Road Postmaster General J. Edward the country are planning obser-
Watkins
warrant was issued by po- cleats to make wore it easier sneakers with and NW 37th Ave. They traced that Day announced this week vances, as are a number of colleges
to move an Emancipation Proclamation and
universities.
for the arrest of Watkins and climb him from there to his W est
quietly, Detective commemorative
Q was nicknamed the "pantsslar" Capt. Floyd Hollywood room. stamp Archives will display for
Albury reported; will be Issued next year as partof
4 t during a rash of crime hut this also made it easy to He eluded the Dolice and es the centennial oLteervance of about six months the original
____ caped, but his tracks and some President Lincoln's action that Emancipation Proclamation and
+ broken Jalousy windows told brought freedom to three mil. related documents. A facsimileof
the story. lion Negro slaves. the Emancipation Proclamation -
is offered for sale by Archives -
His landlady and the man I The Proclamation went into :*for fifty cents. To obtaina
from whom he bought the car effect January 1, 1963. Mid-Feb copy, send a money order
identified Watkins through pictures 'i ruary is to be the issue date of made to General Services Ad-
Capt.. Alsbury, .said.- Do-I_the new. 5-cent.stamp... _. ministration and make request .
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activities being
his bed are 25, D.C.
the
lying on only
coordinated the United
piece of jewelry the "cat" had by
a stolen the officer States Commission on Civil The U. S. Mint is restriking
reported.
I! Rights and there will be wide. the original Emancipation Proc-
: $ It is estimated by police that spread governmental participa lamation medallion, issued in
La : Watkins netted $7,000 in the tion. The National Archives 1871, for sale for $2.75. To obtain
current 100 burglaries, stealing will open an exhibit January 4 this a money order payableto
cash from wallets from the topsof with ceremonies at which attor General Services Adminis-
drawers. ney Robert F. Kennedy will be tration should Uc sent to Miss
the principal speaker. Eva Adams, U. S. Mint, Phila-
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. NATHAN YOUNGThe Hill whichis Cross sends one for each girl
for Girls at Forest ,
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PAGE: 24 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1962 I PTA of Nathan Young the State Institution for Negro I
Elementary School had its annual girls who have problems at Duval County provides a gift
Red and Green ChristmasSip of cash for its girls. The State
for them to
New York School Named on Sunday in the school home too great has a gift for each, and provides
auditorium.The handle began its Christmas activities a Christmas dinner with
I affair was certainly a this year with its first turkey and all the traditional"fixinV

For Mrs. Mary BethuneDAYTONA gala one, and from the reactionof Parents' Day on Dec. 10. as well as plenty of

the audience it was enjoyed This Is an occasion which candy, fruit and nuts.

BEACH The block bounded by West 133rd hv all. Each participant gave a from now on, will be an annual The girls themselves provide
new public school 92, to be constructed St., West 134th St. and East of superb: : performance.We affair. All members of the immediate fresh, tender greens for t h e
In School District No. Eighth Ave., Manhattan. The! wish to express our sincere families of the girls dinner from their own garden.For .
12, Manhattan, will bear the enrollment is expected to be gratitude to each participant were invited and most of them the first time also, some
name of "Mary McLeod Be around $1.400 and like all New to all persons who attended were here to spend this time of the local clubs will hold their
thune." This announcementwas York City public schools, it will and for all donations with their girls, most of whomare December meetings at the
made Ify Dr. Aaron Brown, be integrated Our sincere: wishes to each of away from home at Christ school. Included are: The AKA
member of the New York City you for a Merrv Christmas and mas for the first time. Some SororitYL Delta Sigma Theta_
Board of. Education, who stat .HanpyiNew Wear- .. 200-accepted-. invitation. Sorority, the--Business and-'Professional
ed-that- nine-member board LIBERTYCITYThanks --- Mrs. 5pnhlnp, D. Mackpv. thQ :Men's Club of Ocala,
There i is around buildingsin
unanimously approved the principal Albert Trcsvant. PTA Club of
to the : : the Utopian Bridge
enthusiasticzeal this beautiful hill-top setting
selection of the name because president; Mrs. Carolyn Lever. Club and
of Mrs. P. Outler Ocala, the Friendly ,
Mrs. across the $side road from theWomen's
of the high esteem In which itv Christmas Sip chairman
; Truth FederatedClub.
Telly, Mr. Johnson and the Sojourner
the
Institution Vufc quite
the late Mrs. Bethune was Mrs. Hazel W. Matthews, reporter -
held. The Resolution which many parents and friends of separate and distinct from that: .
the name contains detailsof proposed LCE, our past PTA meeting institution I both: as to grounds' The meetings en the ground
the numerous contributionsmade was a raving success. Thanks and administration, ample'' are arranged by the :School; and
by this educational lead for being such wonderful par. G. W. CARVER HIGH space for each picnicing familyto the clubs in an effort to foster
ed. She born ticipants. enjoy privacy in little good understanding in the
was July 10 1875
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in Mayesville, S. C. and passed I The teaqjier talent night on George Battle a senior at Carver I groups dotted about the unfenced public of the school's programsand
Wednesday. Dec. 19, was hilariously Is enrolled at the University clubs
away May 1P 1955 In Daytona I unwalled grounds which aims, in which tfiese;
Ileach ( ,, entertaining. All of those of Miami in the course. are in the open-wide style of have already shown interest.
who mf.i.cedhe; performance of "Introuction to Engineerine. I all Florida schools for her children l The girls will give the programfor
The ff iooL. to yq tphstrufted I 'Mr. Maurice Graham, Mr. Earl) George has also attended the with behavior problems. Art eash of these meetings.The .
in January 1983 will operate William\, Miss Sara Cherry following colleges M i a scholarship I exchange of gifts has been
from thq kindergarten through and the host of commandguests recipient: Norfolk divisionof planned. Each girl has either families and club mem
gradfc glx and will oit approximaty : Mrs. Ida K. Sidney, Mrs. Virginia State College and made her gift for her parentsor tier; will be welcomed to the
$ OQjpOL) <*\x usive of I. Straughter, Mrs Emma Wells Morris Brown College. saved from spending grounds; and buildings by the
the wgt fir V*% *tfc bland) and and Mrs. Madeline Thompson, for them.meager An interesting sparkle and shine of Christmas
th yiulpment. This really missed Five senior Girls were invited money
school will a treat of a life has been for decorations where color runs
1A loeatad on the expanded site time. Once again we wish to to attend a luncheon at Bur- the program whole.A planned riot. :Most of the decorations,
of .Pujlfi Stfool J19. In the thank the committee headed by dine's on Tuesday, Nov. 27. both inside and out, have been

...__--- --_.& Mrs. Alice Pittman, Mrs. Hazel These: girls who ar* interested number of organizations made by the girls and put up
----- .- Levan, and Miss Blanche John. in fashions are Darlene Burke, 1 I have a part in making Christmas by them as well.It .
BETHUNETh son, and the many friends for Jacquelyn Cambridpp. Gloria Joyous for the girls at For will be a truly religious
helping to make the event a Davenport Patricia Harper and I I est Hill. The local Salvation and joyous Christmas at Forest
fourth grade group pre- success. Phyllis! Lane. These girls were I Army sends a "Sunshine gift I Hill.CHRISTMAS .
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*' fnUJd 1 during the regular as- The Professional Committee, warmly received and enjoyedthe
stmolv on Thursday a humorous under the direction of Mrs. luncheon. I .
.horal reading play entitled Mary Louise Thomas, scored
Thomas Garvin, a junior interested ,
"The Plot to Kidnap San another touch down with its in dentlsry attendedthe SPECIAL!
ta. Not
only was the skit
enjoyable faculty presentation on Tuesday American Dental Assicia-
but the boys and girls evening, Dec. 18, in the tion convention recently at the
did a tremendous part In 'thei. r school's library. Teachers Collins Fontainebleu Hotel.

acting.The M. Thomas, E. Sergeant, Nathaniel Rolle, assistant WIGS
Junior Red Cross Group L. Conner and A. Hudson
per- for curriculum, accompanied
will
principal
tian sing Memorial at Jackson Hospitals and during Chris formed masterfully presentations.in their respective Thomas.

the Christmas Holidays. This i Is We also wish for Miss Miss Donna Scott, daughter of
one way of. bringing cheer to Almeanus Pratt Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Scott,
a Bethune-
the sick.
Our Cookman College Intern, who reigned as Homecoming Queen 100 per cent Human HairFree
outstanding Library has been with us for the past during the homecoming activi
Reader of the week Is Mar y semester, a world of success in ties. Her attendants were Theresa
Smith a 'fourth grader of her college endeavors. i Cambridge and Gail Gar- head! block with every wig purchased before
Mrs. Wilder's class. We wonder The Liberty
City
Elementary
who will be next? School wishes to extend to its rett.Get well wishes are extended December 20th
The faculty exchanged heart many parents, students and Mrs. Irma Anderson, Instructor 4
sister and brother gifts on f r i end s, a Merry, Merry of business education who is
Wednesday, Dec. 19. The For fitting call
Sunshine i Christmas and a Happy Most bedded at home.
Committee, Mrs. B. Kemp, Prosperous New Year. Sincere sympathy to Mrs.
chairman, served refreshments{ Mrs. Mary Ford Williams, Florence Amos in the recent Mrs E. Tynes NA 1-0470
which
were enjoyed by the principal; Denis R. Thomas, reporter loss of her father in Ft Valley,
group. Ga.
Mrs. Myrtis Thomas !Is now EASY METHOD
recuperating at home after being
hospitalized at Jackson Me Jalnlt'foIN Office Treatment of
mortal Hospital. We wish for .* SCHOOL OF CHARM
her a speedy recovery. RUPTURE r- PILES.
To all of our many readers
and friends, the Bethune Fam Recta Diseases, Varicose Veins Prostate 2455 NW 159th Terrace
ily wishes for you A Merry -No lost Discard Truss
Christmas and a Happy New Upon Correction of Rupture,
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We were very proud of Mrs.
Jacqueline Crosby, one of our 1535 SW 1st St. FR 3-2748
teachers, who represented the
Flagler Federal Savings and I THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY!
Loan Association in the Orange A..JiJi..aJi.JiJi.JiJi.JiJi..Ji .JiJiJi.Ji AA1Mf AA>ofa.oZpI AI l a mi hi

Blossom Classic Parade. we PREPARE FOR
were also proud of our Scouts
and Patrols who representedour YULETIDE 1ClVlLSERVICEJOBS
school at this time. [

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thru all the Masons. .4 Grammar tchout' sufficient for

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Taylor's Beauty Shop Due to the season now opening we are urgently In need North Phone Miami Wilson Beach 5-5415 Fla.

Mrs. Ruby N. Lazier of cooks!, housekeepers, nurse maids, chauffeurs butlers e Suite 34, 1110 N.E. I63rd St. '

Valencia Farrington housemen and couples. Also good day workers live in and MAIL Name ............................................................
Thelma Johnson
Joyce Alexander out positions. COUPON Street . . .. .... Apt. ..._... .

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Three Negroes are members team at Brown. dents at our schools are all the ------ .--- --.-- ---- ._..---- .--. -
of the basketball }3-teams at Atlanta I Decatur High, the only school same. All who attend them
Ga. intergrated schools ot/jecting: to the Negro boys, have the right to come out for (<
and will be eligible for varsity cancelled a game with Grady any and all activities of their
competition next season. scheduled in surburban Decatur respective schools."
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Davis are playing regularly on I Sid Scarborough, athletic director THE
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This is the time of year thatis ar
known as Grand
Prix, which is commonly called
the Christmas Holidays. Every
motorist In town will be out to
,Ihat he. drink
-- ----- prove can more.
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liquor and hit more pedrestri-
t Veep fierrpY ans state.than anyone else in the r ,.

Believe me, a lot of the pedestrians
will be missing in action
A car wanted to hit me so
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me.
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The drivers keep scores on
i how many pedesrtrians they
s ends here our sincere I
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: wishes that Santa Claus will bring you become an ace, which enables
:'< everything your heart desires htme to get their name in the I
papers along with their victims. : a
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N'i: KITCHEN When all the pedestrians arc '
6666 N.W. 15th Ave. gone and that contest is over,
they turn on each other like a
Mra. Jessie Poole
3 pack of wolves and a new contest
':' Mrs. Harriett Gordon begins; motorists against
,.# Lillie and Marva motorists.The ,
c J Town Tames predicts a
'P "' We will be closed Christmas \ lot of old faces won't be aroundfor

,, t P Day thru Dec. 31CITY the New Year. The safest
place to bo is in Jail. So drop In Gift Whiskey. .
by and see me sometime.
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Haapi gifts
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Christmas the day of family I
'' 1 Iotdng( w* all lova to WHATKVKH LOUR I'llOIIhKM MAY UK THHOUr.H T1IKPOWKIl
mala It OF GOD AND FAITH, IT TAX IIH HOLVKI

JOHNSON AND SONS Holding' s"'.'v'ct'' every Friday night at 511 NW 6th Ht., I

M.O.M present SHOE SHOP R ".11I. Every Sunday nlRht' nt tnt NW 3rd Ave., 8 p.m. '
the romantic comedy of the year! 6570 N.W. 15th Ave. Hplrltuiil advice Lilly 10 a.m. to noon-:i to 7 p.m. at 501 .
SPENCER TRACY Phone OX 1.9850 NW (ilh He., Apt 1. For 'Information call 3704222..DrJrJrzJrJJ,1r1"J'nl'ftJ'1r.br .

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ing Santa a visit was a big
WHAT GOES. event, and he looked like we I SATURDAY, DECEMBER' 22, 1962 PAIGE 27
expected him to look. Parents,
stores and promotion agentsare _hj
I spoiling the illusion St. Stephen Day Care
Here and There and, so help me I can't
figure what for. Maybe we Center

should try and get legislation 1781 NW 73rd StreetA
\, By LARRY BATCHLARITTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT[ passed to outlaw making a LETTER TO SANTA CLAUS
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" " mockery of the idea to outlaw I Below is a letter written bya

I'M SUitE IT 1H TIME or past the time to put the bumping into a differentSt. five year old child of St. Ste.
Nick everywhere you go phen Day Care Center, There is
"ORANGE BLOSSOM CLASSIC" in the mothballs for another looking like he thinks its hal- a great responsibility in teach
lear but before we do, I would like to make a prediction: I'm lowe'en. ing but with the proper guidance -

also sure those of you that saw the parade, saw those golf cartsIn and instruction your hild
do well.Beoc .
the procession representing the "Par and Birdie Club." After can as
Say! there is a new store in
noting Ernest Hayes In the lead cart I became strongly suspiciousthat town that is 'giving its custo Sarta t tI I
the presence of those carts mers the "111 rd the "tur ,
and Hayes had something to do have you ever heard of one? key-bird" it's DISCOUNT-
with the UGA National Golf Well I have, it happened Just LAND over on 27th ave. From I I am five yeas old

Tournament to be held in the outside the "TIMES" office. A turkeys and no gimmicks . bt with
"Magic City" comes. August._I group of teenagers saw "THE Look. their page ad over and I hove been Q LJood May happinttt
predict: "The tournament itself GLASSS compare prices you'll be I \1
will be the greatest ever but MAN" enter the"TIMES" treated right and eat turkeq you and yours at this
office, waited until he oil!I \
there will Ue plenty of name emerged and surrounded him treated right and eat turkey by year. pease
callin' and mud slingin' before Chrtttmmtlmt...and
in football huddle fashion
they come up with the lucky appealing 4o- house I
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to him to include themin rre
sponsor.I his Christmas Speaking of gifts you my throughout the coming

the teens spectacularplan were win. know In this land of plenty and \ \oof\
ners result: A Pre-Christ. there are plenty that will have bring a New Year.
know you guys haven'tbeen very little so, If you feel
separated from all of your 2 mas til Matinee 6 p.m. The this Sunday same all-star from like being a big brother and toy s for flyilllo\ TINY'S LIQUORS
Christmas loot yet, so before show the "DUKE OF want to help any useful
headlining
you find yourself in that shape EARL" everything will be Item given at this time for giving braT Mike A. Manafer
drop on down at 17th Ave. will be appreciated. Drop e\\' Wayne and ,
wide for them but the oawma: omza
open :n 1I xm aw); JI wzaa o
and 36th St. MANLEY'S JEW.
what want to give off at
bar will have to be you
ELRY and get twenty percentoff contented they with Pepsi-Cola. the "TIMES", 3rd Ave. office me Paul\ WhIr \ e Times' Ads Pay Off!
on anything you purchasein and we will see that a worthy, [
the store. You must have a needy family receives it with )
coupon in order to receive the Mayme Bondu was in town your Christmas If you pre. Jr.1I EEJrJrJrl.d1r1brJfJ.l 2 r1r1sltI! :'WJTr..lt' nD'11t11t1tIl'J"! ":.

discount, and that you will find this week for a quiet visit. You fer, call PR 3-223S and I will I
I on one of the"pages of thisweek's know she and Dave have gone pick it up or have it done. Season's j jt
"TIMES. native and moved to "the is Make yourself happier this
land" which reminds me of Christmas by spreading more Greetings!
I understand "THE FLA- the "LIMBO" and steel drum cheer Bye now, "MERRYCHRIsrrMAS" j jto jt ji
MINGOS" is the newest of the band that is still holding forthat nice people.
vocal groups to invade the he Cafe'de Society. 11Ia.: IIJlJlJIjJljJlJlJIj JiJlJolJlJlJlJI } our *
peninsular and the best.I .
have enjoyed their antics HERBERT MUNNINGSReal r Customers & Friends t
1 and terrific harmonizing on Just in case some of you Estate Broker and
,, several occasions. Each member readers are among the guilty Notary Public "The Twist" Hair Style J Jis Jt
t of this group of seven ones that are more and more
't young and handsome men is an each year trying to take all of Is now located tit 775 N.W. 51st I being cut at the I
I artist I call them the the gaiety out of Christmasfor St., near 7th Ave. See us for w
"TRIPLE THREAT" vocal the kids Quit being fine homes in this area and
selfish and let them it MAGIC CITY j
[treat. They will thoroughly entertain enjoy elsewhere in the city. Low
[ you as: Singers, dancers like we did when we were kids.
[and musicians. The "HAMP- Let those "tin" trees stay in down payment. Also mortgage BARBER SHOP \
TON HOUSE" was fortunate in. the show windows and get back money. A nice selection of duplexes.

[deed to get them for this stint, on the evergreen and popcorn Live rent free. 3rd Avenue
they usually hover around out kick You know the stores J i' 1110 N.W.
"VEGAS" way Incidently are not helping matters any Phone PL 7-6365
the "DOUBLE II" is accepting either I saw Santa Claus 1)2! ..... '>, .. (J. K. JOHNSON, Troy.
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"NEW YEAR'S" reservations walking around In a super mar. "
now. Demand Teenage Matinee ket the other day. Why, Ire. Ji ););) JI JI )jJl) .u..iLIUJ..4'.4: .IJJI.JIUUuuJU:. T;I I.LR.fddda3.>"'G' 1LL.
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I 1 nished. 1417 NE 152nd St. Inquire .

Classified $8,500 total. $300 down, 1425 NE 152nd St. PAIGE 28 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1962

r\ ; $74 month. Manor Park area.
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3-HpOM' APTS. No utilities. $10 1361 NW 45th Street :,, f LOOK WHAT WE HAVE FOR YOU a
we kly. 1648 NW 5th place. E. \ '"

Picard Rental- gency, 620 NW Immaculate 2 bedroom, rear Fla. room, ,awnings, t ': :: Our Special 1 ,Xmas Bonus
SthjgSt., phone FH 72902. i
fence, $69 month. $400 down :
FURNISHED efficiencies, utilities $10'OWlI'f"'noe in
Included. $12.50 a week. you i
620 NW 8th St. FR 7-2902. 0 ._,_.....-
See these specials now i
FURNISHED or unfurnished
apts. in Opa-locka area. 2 920 NW 76th Street I. 1364 N.W. 44th Street
bedroom all utilities $21, 2 bed
room $18, 1 bedroom, $15. Call Large 34 bedroom, rear Fla. room, garage, awnings, 2 Fla. rooms, hardwood floors, $10,800 ,total i
NE 4-0500. indf price.
large dining room. $72 month $350 down. i
ROOMS, in private home. For IIII 2.1880 N.W. 47th Street "
information phone 6355763.
0 3-bed rooms, $10,000 total, $80 for 15 years-

DUPLEX APARTMENT, beau-
tiful and large. One bedroom I BEN FINKEL', Broker 3. 1817 N.W. 47th Terrace
and Florida Landscaped. I
room.
Adults only. 1238 NW 51st Terr. 3-bedrooms, den, barbecue, $11,500, $79 month.
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Near Grandway and bus. To see 1316 NW 7th Street FR 7.4938
call 6316333. 4. 1083 N.W. 74th Street I
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NICELY FURNISHED I room naaaamri wm>imaaam a ammx r+aamamxxx ma wm nmaaa aaam $12,500 Newly ,decorated, lovely area, 2 Fla. rooms.
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with modern bath and nicely a 8'

furnished kitchen in quiet place. 5,. 1000 N.W. 75th Street
Call OX 1-4864. !!
Buy a Home for XmasOver 2 Fla. rooms, corner, partly furnished, hardwood
NICE 2-BEDROOM home in' floors tile roof. ,
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Opa-locka. The Bunche Park 200 of your friends bought a' home from us this i iIi 0r

area. Closed in fence and nice year. Look at these year end specials: 6.1015 N.W. 76th Street ,
surroundings. For information
call NA 16654.A I 0- i Doll house.house. $66 a month. Huge kitchen, extra a

NICE FURNISHED 1-bed- 1-2125 NW 44th Street $250 down n
room apartment, quiet place, Large 3-bedroom home. Move right in. No 3031 N.W. 67th Street n
6306 NW 15th Ave. Ph. FR 1.9797
qualifying
and NE 4-1886. J12 17. 5-bedroqms. $13,000 total price, fence, huge lot, i

2-1511 NW 42nd Street $250 down ALSO SEE THESE BEAUTIES
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8. 1720
and clean. Near Grandway and in N.W. 44th Street
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buses. 1170 NW 56th St. :For reliable i No qualifying, no closing costs, move right in. i
young working couple. NW 23rd Avenue $195 down $30 week $500 down.
Call ( S
7o7-828.
2 houses on 1 lot
ONE Duplex. 1480 One house is now rented for $15 week. 9. 1866. N.W. 45th' Terrace a

NW Store.70th 759-3842.St. Inquire in Grocery 4-1928 NW 59th Street $99 down 3-bedrooms, carporte, $395 down. $75 per x+"

Good house for a small family. Fenced yard. ; month. Move right in. a

2-BEDKOOM HOUSE. $17 per Move right in. $75 month.
week. 2441 NW both St. Also 10. 1084 N.W. 60th Street

room, 2531: NW 55th St. Private 5-2420 NW 55th Terrace $99 down $75 month $9,800 total. $495 down. Move right in.
entrance Phone NE 45744. 2'bedroom house. Move in.

!UJK uuuAI in private home. 6-3034 NW 56th Street $99 down $18 week II. 900 N.W. 50th Street

Call OX 17479. 2-bedroom house. $300 down, $9,500 total. $77 per month for 15 i

RUO in private home, single 7-780 NW 55th Street years. S v.
man or married coupie. Coon- 1-bedroom Apts. for rent $15 week. a
ing privileges!:: 16oii: N W 22nd
Ave., IMA i-tH65.
NEWS REALTYThe I
LAn .i4 MODERN air condi See these brand new 3-bedroom homes:
honed apt. one bedroom and
emeienuerf::;, iuinisneu; or umurmsneu. 1847 NW 152nd Street Opa-locka ( Broker That Works For You)

: yuiet nt'ignUorauoa.Auuus ,N.W.16th Ave., between 47th and 48th Sts. I
omy. 12101VW mn 'ierr. 4600 NW 7th Ave. PL 4.0655
JfL. "!"45u1. U20r : No qualifying Move right in a
(Open Sunday)
3-b.tU.11.U corner house. Plus d
large! uuuty room. Hot water, WE HAVE OVER 400 OTHERS TO' CHOOSE FROM Ialaloli>tllaAAAf]VIII A>tar7 1 713 1oA ?A O?1o>vl mAhA >a f 7 AA4V4V etDoAai
storm snu &.ers! wear cnooi.. bee
WE ARE OPEN EVERY NITE TIL 8 P.M.
at iiuJL .1.4 W ooin ierr. caji owner
UA b-23u2! Kent $"' .&0 per iV i lbVkQ i lGV i l4VkQG@b@b t iVkVtj t'Vti tti lk !

week. Ford Realty nc. TERRIFIC CHRISTMAS SPECIALS!* lil

!MAGGIE'S BEAUTY SHOP ,
2luo; All liaba Ave. and Duval 569 N.W. 54th Street PL 7.2559 I J 1-3-bedrooms, 2 bath, CBS, 2 kitchens
St. Specializing in all pnases of 2 Florida room Ideal for large family or 2 families.
beauty work. D29 $-If11i down. No closing frosts, no qualifying. Move In
; Christmas!! Furnished too! Garage also. 7762 NW 15th
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITYBEAUTICIAN i Ave
will help financeset
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up downtown. Thoroughly -0-
experienced and responsible to i 3-BEDROOMS 2 BATHS *
operate own shop. NA 48028. CBS. $395 down. Nonqualifying, no closing costs. Spend
Lot Owners Home Owners !
or ; Christmas here"! 3026 NW 66th RtrM't.I .

FOR SALE -- -0-
3-SOUTH MIAMI NEAR STEVENS *
3-BEDROOM CBS, Fla: room, Need 1 I
CBS
1Money 3-bedrooms. $350 down $62 month. 0531 8W 58th
vinyl tile floors throughout,
[
floor furnace. Large closets. ,\ I PJaCf'0
Low down payment. $21 week. -

Total Call PL$10,000 96689.3151 NW 59th D28 St. Loans approved the same day 4-RICHMOND HEIGHTS *

Tremendous value here! CBS 3-bedrooms. $250: down
26-inch 1*> 'sy and 24-inch girl's Want to sell your property? $60 month. Completely fenced yard. Awnings. Total
bicycle. Reasonable. Call OX >
$10,500. 14961 Harrison Street.
PRICE PAID
10421. HIGHEST CASH
-0---
CUSTOM BUILT Deluxe duplex, 0- 5-BUILD YOUR OWN HOUSE! *
2 bedrooms each side. Tile Beautiful lot 50 x 109. Just east of 3062 NW 6th>> St.
baths, beautifully landscaped. 3 Call JE 2.4343 or JE 8-1340
$500 down Good
terms!
years young. Small down payment I
FHA terms available. At night PL 7.6622
Owner lives rent free. To see ,MR. MARVIN

call 6346333. R. ,I. BARON Greater'Miami Realty HI 4-6133
MERRY CHRISTMAS to all
from A. Ben-Kori, Realtor. Calfafter I
holiday for good home Call niter and Sunday 271-3041

buying OX 1-9372, 2644 NW
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FOR SALECBS I 3-bedroom house. Partly fur- THE MIAMI TIMES ,MIAMI, FLA.
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nished. 1417 NE 152nd St. In-
quire 1425 NE 152nd St. SATURDAY DECEMBER 22, 1962
( $8,500 total. $300 down, PAGE 28 ,
$74 month. :Manor Park area.
j Good buy. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor WANTED aeacx tatatataar e taa: : tracac c cu c catxatx c si e e cxx c t t al c .
,...- 2614 NW 62nd St. Nites PL \\WAITRESS.. Snack-Way,. 5595 II 3
9-5533. Days OX 19372. NW 17th Ave.
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Rental f> management collections, real; estate property I'--- :.,. : NEWS REALTY
62rf< NW 8th St. FR7-2902 ,". '
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3-RpOM APTS. No utilities $10 1361 NW 45th Street '','. '\ \<" :do.' .LOOK' WHAT WE HAVE FOR YOU
.
we kly. 1648 NW 5th place. E. Ie

Picferd RentaL-Agency, 620 NW Immaculate 2 bedroom, rear Fla.' room, .awnings, ,', .., Our Special I ,Xmas Bonus S
SthjSt., phone FK 72902. .
fence $69 month. $400 down 1"
FURNISHED efficiencies, utili- Whimo' 'n.
$100
ties Included. $12.50 a week. you
620 NW 8th St. FR 7-2902. o
See these specials now i
FURNISHED unfurnished
or -
apts. in Opa-locka area. 2 920 NW 76th Street 0 1.1364 N.W. 44th Street
bedroom all utilities $21, 2 bed.
room $18, 1 bedroom, $15. Call Large bedroom, rear Fla. roams garage 'awnings, 2 Fla. rooms, hardwood floors, $10,800'total,
O NE 40500. iridf price.* .1

large dfning. room$$72 month',$350 down. 4' .
0 ROOMS !in private home For 2/1880 .N.W. 47th Street Ie
Information phone 6355763. A
3-bedrooms, $10,000 total, $80 for 15 years. I
G)
DUPLEX
APARTMENT beautiful -
and large. One bedroom BEN FINKEl* Broker 3:: 1817 N.W. 47th Terrace

Adults and Florida only. 1238 room.NW Landscape 51st Terr. e I 3-bedrooms, den, barbecue, $11,500, $79 month.

q Near Grandway and bus. To see 1316 NW7th Street FR 7.4938
call 634-6333.. r: 4. 1083 N.W. 74th Street Iii

NICELY FURNISHED room mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmBuya J Newly ,decorated, lovely area, 2 Fla. rooms.

with modem bath and i $12,500 ,
nicely ;JS=S 5 S SJ5 Vsaj A
furnished kitchen In quiet place.: Si 1000 N.W. 75th Street n
Call OX 14864. I
Home for Xmas ., 2 Fla. rooms, corner, partly furnished, hardwood
NICE BEDROOM home in a floor;?tile roof. .
Opa-locka. The :Bunche Park Over 200 of your friends bought a home from us ,this i .
area. Closed in fence and nice year. Look at these year end specials: I 6. 1015 N.W. 76th Street
surroundings. For Information
o call NA 16654.A I 0- I Doll house. $66 a month. Huge kitchen, extra a
I I house.
NICE FURNISHED 1-bedroom 1-2125 NW 44th Street $250 down 4 IeI
apartment, quiet place, Large 3-bedroom home. Move right in. No 7. 3031 N.W. 67th Street
6306 NW 15th Ave. Ph. FR 1-9797 .
qualifying I
'; and NE 4-1888. JlztONE 5-bedrooms. $13,000 total price, fence, huge lot,

, 2-1511 NW 42nd Street $250 down I 0 ALSO SEE THESE BEAUTIES:
Z BEDROOM home, neat 2 CBS homes on one lot. Rent one out and live
: and clean. Near Grandway and in one. 8. 1720 N.W. 44th Street a
t buses. 1170 NW 56th !t. B'or reliable No qualifying, no closing costs, move right in.
young working couple. 3-4502 NW 23rd Avenue $195 down $30 week $500 down.
Call 7o7-8128: .
2 houses on lot
ONE BEDROOM Duplex. 1480 One house is now rented for $15 week. 9, 1,866 N.W. 45th Terrace

NW Store.70th 759-3842.St. Inquire Grocery I 4-1928 NW 59th Street $99 down 3-bedrooms, carporte, $395 down. $75 per ICI

Good house for a small family' Fenced yard I month. Move right in.
2-BEDHOOM HOUSE. $17 per Move right in. $75 month.
week. 2441 NW toth St. Also I 10.1084 N.W. 60th Street
room, 2&J1: NW 55th at.- Private 5-2420 NW 55th Terrace $99 down $75 month $9,800 total. $495 down. Move right in.
entrance Phone NhJ i 45741.NICE 2.bedroom house. Move in.

ttuuM in trlvate home I 6-3034 NW 56th Street $99 down $18 week2.bedroonPhouse. 11. 900 N.W. 50th Street
Call OX 1-'479. down total. month for 15
$300 $9,500 $77 per i 4)

ROOM m private home, single I 7-780 NW 55th Street years. .' 4 t... A

man privileges.or married 16U1S ceupie.NW COOKing 22nd- I -bedroom om Apts. for rent $15 week. a
I
Ave., INA 1-W65.
HEWS REALTY ;
LAn ivioDBRN air condi See these brand new 3-bedroom homes:
tioned apt. One bedroom and
emuenciea:, iuuusneu or umuimsaeu. "- 1847 NW 152nd Street Opa.locka (The Broker That Works For You) i
.
yuiet neigntoraoou.Auuus .N.W. 16th Ave. between 47th and 48th Sts.
1210 Mw inn lerr. ,
omy. 4600 NW 7th Ave. PL 4.0655
t'L"iOUj.. v ua.b No qualifying Move right in
(Open Sunday)
JJt1.UUA'1 corner house. Plus
large uiuuy room. Hot water, WE HAVE OVER 400 OTHERS TO CHOOSE FROM >Krmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmxm stmmammmmmmmmmmammmmmamm
suum snuuers. IN ear bcnooi. bee
: WE ARE OPEN EVERY NITE 'TIL 8 P.M.
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er JA by: week. Ford Inc.
Realty, E TERRIFIC CHRISTMAS SPECIALS!* S
MAGGIE'S BEAUTY SHOP
2lOa: All Baba Ave. and DuvalSt. 569 N.Wf 54th Street PL 7.2559 I 3-bedrooms, 2 bath, CBS, 2 kitchens
Specialising in all pnases of 2 Florida 'rooms. Ideal for large family or 2 families.
beauty work. D2D $485 down. No closing costs, no qualifying Move In
Christmas! Furnished too! Garage also. 77G2 NW 15th
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY I AVP.
BEAUTICIAN will help financeset
'
up downtown. Thoroughly -0-
experienced and responsible to i 3-BEDROOMS 2 BATHS *
operate own shop. NA 48028. CBS. $395 down. Noqualifying no closing: costs. Spend
Lot Owners Home Owners !
or Christmas here! 3026 NW faith Stl'fft.o .

FOR SALE --. I ----
3-SOUTH MIAMI NEAR STEVENS *
BEDROOM CBS, Fla?<< room, Need;Money ? CBS 3-btdrooms. $350 down $62 month. 6X11 SW 58th
vinyl tile floors throughout, I
floor furnace. Large closets. Plal't"0
Low down payment. $21 week. I -
Total $10,000, 3151 NW 59th St.
Call PL 9-6689. D28 Loans approved the same day 4-RICHMOND HEIGHTS *
Tremendous value here! CBS 3-bedrooms.! $250 down
'+ 26-Inch lk y'$ and 24-inch girl's Want to sell your property? $60 month. Completely fenced yard. Awnings. Total
bicycle. Reasonable. Call OX $10,500. 14961 Harrison Street.
10421. HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID
o
CUSTOM BUILT Deluxe duplex, 0-- 5-BUILD YOUR OWN HOUSE 1 *
2 bedrooms each side. Tile I Beautiful lot 50 x 109. Just east of 3062 NW 66th St.
baths, beautifully landscaped. 3 Call JE 2.4343 or JE 8-1340 $500 down Good terms!
years young. Small down pay-
ment. FHA terms available. At night PL 7-6622
Owner lives rent free. To see MR. MARVIN
call 6346333.MERRY .

CHRISTMAS to all R. I. BARON Greater'Miami Realty HI 4.6133

from A. Ben-Korl, Realtor. Calialter
holiday for good home Call nites and Sunday 2713041Classified

buying, OX 1-9372, 2644 NW
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.
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IN AND AROUND
PAGE 30 SATURDAY, DECEMBER' 22, 1962 SEASON'S GREETINGS!
I THE BAHAMAS I Ii

Christmas Pageant 23 1845, at NW 4:30: 65th p.m.St.Admission, Sunday, ,Dec.ad- .................--..-.--......- .;:;. I I our

Jackson's Toddle Inn presentsa ults $1.00, students 50 cents.. Archibald Loftus Roker was MANY CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDSJOE'S
Mrs. I. B. Jackson '
Mosley, supervisor
Chief Justice
the
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granted leave by
"A
Christmas pageant, LightIn ;
w t on Dec. 3 to present a petition AND MARKET
Otis
My Windowstarring GROCERY
fKKsoCr4 Ca+KKKatK atatara D. James Jr., Arnetta Williams,
and In-
general treating general
Brown, Shirley
Anthony
Lawrence, Dana D. Chapman II, Orien tlmldatlon in the recent elecj j 950 N.W. 3rd Ave. Cor. 10th St.pmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.
tlons in the Crooked Island-j
Greetings
Adams, Verdell Johnson and a
Christmas choir. Acklins district in which Basil
Kelly (UBP) was returned over ,
Place: St. James AME Church, I
.. Roker (PLP) and asking that
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A JOYOUS r r .. .. ..
r Arthur Neely Jr., fouryearold -
son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur )t vtrQN. :
CHRISTMAS Neely, was the winner of the : HOUSE
19G3 Ford Falcon which was JIJlj. "
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given by the Ranfurly ,"" ", ,
away ( \'(' I.' 1 "C" 'U b'
Home for Children recently.Ills .
will ""' .' : I lil': .. '
father said that they
not keep the car.

rr O all of you-out
JL friends and The number of Haitians deported -
patronswe
from the Bahamas so far
l sA wish a very merriest this year is 935. Others are
I s of merry Christ awaiting deportation, and the
total may run to 1,000. All have
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True Christmas toy cornel mascs. been charged with entering the
from within the heert- Bahamas illegally
i I' be light and I II
may yours
I filled with happIness this FORD REALTY, Inc. I %
if Chrlitmai-may the New 569 N.W. 54th St. TV SICK. ? %% F
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4 Year b bright and full of
o accomplishment PL 7-2559 Have It repaired on credit if
you live in Liberty City or
SIR JOHN HOTEL 1Ij/JI'j'jJIJI'IJ1J'jlj/ ; >>tJl1 mmmmmmmmlmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm I Il) hrownsville. Pay weekly. Free

276 N.W. 6th St. I'' intimate.DIAL GOG-3581 !

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With our holiday _
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WE extend Christmas the hearti wishesto promise of our continued i' ardY
one and all of our fino serviceto tai
friends and customers.BEAUTYRAMA. tirdh
you Song and Laughter

: And Music be Yours
MRS. MABLE I. DANIEL
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This Christmas DaylLENNY'S
6221 N.W. 15th Ave. Notary Public ., From the
And Income Talx Service Hampton House Motel & Villas
Mrs.: }J. II. Suinmersett, Propmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm ,, DRUGS
6820 N-W. 15th Ave.
1700 N.W 3rd Ave. AND ITS STAFF
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FR 4-2989
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3026 NW 66th Street :: e

Unfurnished 1-bedroom apt. $20 weekly, 3-bedroom !:I,

!lapt. $25 weekly. Near schools, shopping, bus :

4845 NW 16th Avenue {: 1 The Life Insurance Companyi I

2 large bedrooms, furnished, $25 weekly :I

SALL MR. SIDNEY {: i Ip
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We want ,to extend our sincerest thanks to patrons &7 We wish all our policyholders and friends a Merry *%*

= and their families for their many favors and kind- %z Christmas, and a healthy, happy and prosperous New ii
during the i I
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J. E. CULBRETH ,.. i ALEC S WALLACE &
the Edwards Professional Center 1 I (& Vice President \ '". Chief Executive Officer gg

14638' Lincoln Blvd. CE 5.3551 ,, ft mf-t v' 1 ft

OLIVIA EDWARDS, REG. PHARMACIST I, *

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IitRS JOHNNIE B. POWELL .: 4th Ave. died Dec. 12 at the
_--. ,.." .. ._. -. .'-_. _... 1935 5th place, died Dee. 17 ,I." .d Veteran's Hospital Services
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'''''''r.Jm.-:: services will be held will be held on Saturday at 1

: Dec. 20 at St. Luke Range p.m. at St. James Baptist
I IN MEMORIAMIn IN ptlst Church with Rev. P. W. Church with Rev. Joel Johnson
Officiating. She Is sur- ADAIR D. EXUM Infant
Remains will be
sad but loving memory of In of Mrs. Sandra Exumof officiating on
memory our James William daughter of
by a son,
6 Friday
view In the chapel -
my dear husband and father, daughter, grand 17th Ave. was dead I pjn.
daughter an uncle, Jimmie L. 5545 NW until 9:30: p.m.. and at St.
sister, and a niece, ElizalA th. on arrival at Jaskson Hospital James 10 until funeraltime
GWENDOLYN body will be shipped to Dec. 13. Chapel services were p.m.
JARVIS I held Dec 18 at 10:30 a.m. Rev.
Ga., for final rites. on
who departed this life Samuel Gay, officiating. Survivors include his mother,
ber 23, 1950. Mrs Cevia Stubbs Romer, a sister -
the choir of the MRS. REBECCA BETHEL of 22S5 NW 4th Mrs. Verdell Stubbs Dean,
May FRED DAVIS of
NW 5th died Dec. 17.
place
two uncles and; Ran.
Zephenlah
receive thee; Court, Hialeah, died Dec. 18 at
Is survived by four daugh Newbold.
dolph
And with Lazarus once a Roach the age of 76. Mr. Davis was a
Rosetta
MarjorIe
,
Mayest thou possess known Miamlan, having
and well
r. Albury Mary MRS. BESSIE MAE PAR-
lasting rest.
w Mrs. Alice Jarvis a brother, Samuel lived here for 37 years. Thereare NELL of 420 SW 5th St.. Homestead -
Immediate survivors.
no died Dec. 14. Services
Mrs Muriel Valentine Services will be held on Dec. 22
Funeral services, Incom
are were .held on Friday, Dec 21
'
.
: 12 noont Greater Bethel
at
.
at Sweet Home
Baptist Church
Mrs Constance AME Church In Hialeah. He
I wIth Rev King officiating. Survivors -
CHARLIE BLACK of 722A will lie In repose on Friday 1 include her husband,
2 Mrs nephews Joyce 2 Francis nieces 1 1st ave., died Dec. 14. Ser p.m. In the chapel. Louie, three sons, Adam Smith.
,
es were conducted Tuesday Milton Parnell and Milton
the chapel. He is survived LITTLE DEBRA ANN ED- Scott; 4 daughters. Mrs. Violet
IN a wife, Mildred two sons MOND. daughter of Mr. and Davis Willie Lee Harris, Diane
one daughter. The body Mrs. Eugene Edmond of 1912 and Cindy Ann Taylor, a brother. -
In sad but loVirig i shipped to Live Oak for NW 3rd Court, died shortly af- .
our dear husband and rites.JIMMIE. ter she was admitted to Jack.

.....___._..____. h_..__.. .._ son Hospital on Dec. 18. suffering Ka"ft C'tK CK+CK C CKKK.-KKKKKKy
BLATCH of 1312 from second and third decree
4th ave., died Dec. 19. He lAirns She Is survived by
_. survived wife two her parents, a sister a brother
---- ------ ----------- by a ,
BISHOP THEOPHILUS I Funeral arrangements her grand parents, Mr and Mrs.
HUNTER incomplete. Ruben Edmond Services will
who departed this life Decem be held on Dec. 22 at 10 a.m. In

ber 18, 1958. the chapel.
His life Is a beautiful memory CARD OF THANKS
EDMOND COMBS of 1435
Is
absence silent
His a grief,
lie sleeps In God's lovely gardenIn The family of the late, NW C2nd St. a long! time citiZen
of the Miami area, died on
sunshine and perfect peace .--.- ... .". ...... la survived his
Badly missed by, Dec 18. He by
Letcnla Hunter, wife wife, Mary, a son Thomas .
Children, relatives, friendsIMEMORIAM Walker, a daughter Mrs. Mary
Peak, four grand children, one
brother, John of Tallahassee,
I
: 1 I a nephew, Ira Johnson and a

In loving memory of our son niece oral: services Shirley will M. Dunca be held Fun-D% .I t D I 0

and brother, 22 at 4 n.m. In the tfiapeV{ Irk 1 M.y ell!I goof tlffloi
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or-- w will lie in fram Fri.z 0
1 I, repo gj 4p you A Jhii ddtftniiuaion ;

afternoon 9 I -p.y 9007 forfcn

TROY WALKER f tar JW follow }o

12th St, apt. 12 (ligcl l Pi 1$. f.w%.a t,
He I is survived by thya .I-.tirl, I
MR. GEORGE Mrs Lollie Mao Phillip t\"Q' POLITE? RESTAtfRASlTk

who departed this life brothers in eluding 11jon Mr. & Mrs. Ed! Porte

ber 23, 1901. Walker as well as several $PU-j t 1038 N.Vv2nd Ave, .
May he rest In peace. sins, an aunt, nieces and nephews
ed him but Jesus loved 1 Arrangements arsjfnfpnv KKKKKKKK [KKKKK' eKKKKKKKK

best.Mrs.. Catherine pletc ['Season's Greetings !

Mrs. Mary Lofton, unciQ'M Mrs. Jones of 23G2
Miss Violet Glbcon, NW 57th St., died Dec. 19. ShoIs j1 To our Friends
I survived bv two brothers,
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'"" Toshua and Conrad
Mrs. Lucille Gladney,I UNCLE LEESTORES
ROSA E. BROWN and a niece, Mrs. Annie M.
Mrs. Ruth Dorsey, this method of expressing Leonard. Services will be heldon
rYCHARLES George Gibson Jr., thanks and appreciation Saturday: at St. Paul AME
John Gibson, son the many friends for their Church, Rev T. C. Kelley offi 1025 N.W. 3rd Ave
And 6 grand words, deed, telegrams elating
cards during their bereave KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKXKKMay

IN Louise. B. Shorter and Richardson .

In loving memory of Family MRS. ALICE DEAN of 370
MATTHEWSwho '!loved nephew, The Bell Families NW 14th Terr., died Dec. 15.
departed this life Decem She is survived by a son, Albert
two grand daughters, Mrs.
ber 25. We love but God
you
loves you best. IN MEMORIAMIn Alice Harrison and Mrs. Car
men Jackson and many other
Olive Matthews, mother of dear
our
loving memory relatives Funeral services were
Sisters: held on Dec. 20 from Center ItDe r. ,
Winifred Brooks
MAQDALINE FLOWERS Bethel AME Church with Rev
Dorothy Matthews departed this life Decem S. A. Cousin officiating.
Nieces and nephews
23, 1959. a Won.
an open door at the WILLIAM K. CASH of G300 :
I IN MEMORIAMIn 1 I end of the road, NW 8th Ave. died at the V. A. derfulChrlstma.

sad but loving of h which each must go Ho nltal: on Dec. H, Ire Is sur-
memory alone, I ,
our dear husband, father and there In a light we cannotsee "''vl\f by a slater, Mrs Glandln.tT .
:grand father.VANDERBILT. Vnhir.q brother Jamos. of for Your!
,"' ".,. Yo.1r T'!,,' laxly' tf 4htnMf '
His
w LYf Father claims own. ...
1 to the 4rOam. ''''"tnn Natfnnglrol
r alone lies) the gate you went ..nnfinrvpa tvhern 1nIlItArV.rf.Aq DALLAS' MARKET

e,. rest from your pain and care It-"." a.itl'' 1,> hp',1' nn Dec. 6700 N.W. 15th Ave.
.f !
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r. w t tI
b Is comfort In the thought Abe and Jessie Ballaj
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loving God knows best.
fTZTAi
"'n.' ffW1tC WIT .
Sadly missed by, .. '
,
T Daughters: ... M. Vnmta or fv,., In TTef.
Mrs. Rowena Adderly, ....... I
n mmtpr ft nr\f\ ''''''n'1,
Mr Bertha Rolle .. "...."..t"... wf.. Nenmi rl.ierI
t I MM.Mrs. Ruby Elizabeth WoodMde.Saunders ... 4'AM= .1r. ,..,,, .'.$et. ,rr'4f.'uU. I
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EVERETT LUCENE Sons '\nm"f-4f. fniir ,rand..t I_
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I ,llahtor' 11 e'rfnrt'hITriren,
*
who fell asleep! Mr. Benjamin Flower
I
y 1')159. Mr. Bertram Flowersz ."r1. nthor rp':I t/"'jII4f. Cert'h'eq ,
fi flt T'm held Catlfrrhv'
v Here awhile they must Rev. James R. Smith. Bro. on floc.
? parted Mrs. Eliza Cleare sister n t'1 run from ::limes BanHinrrH -
fI.t with Rev. J. L.
waiting ineahhiolySabbath "nllon officiating.THOMAS! .

Wramvd In slwp. CARD OF THANKS -
Vera A. Wilson WILLIAMS, hPttl'r
Reginald Johnson We. the family of the late. known to most ncnnl an Tingle
Family MRS. FRANCES ROBERTS ", 4011 NW lAth Ft In W P N t .
SAUNDERS Hollywood riled at Memorial'I!

IN to express our sincere ifosolfil In Went Hollywood on
of and appreciation for the DPO ]:3. He I Is survived by a
-------- In loving memorY 1/
SADRINEY shown during our wife Eliza a non Joseph An- 1I
WRIGHT, SR. MRS. MARY of bereavement Thanks rtenton. one sister. Mrs. Arlene
who departed this life on December who departed this life the many cards flowers, and Williams Newbold, two brothers. I CHt'ff19s to you ON tad *t
21, 1951. ber 22, 1061. other kind gestures of sym George and John, nieces and .
Thou art gone, our : My your Ko&by...M .nwny
Death Is a heartache none can Special thanks to Rev. nephews. Services were held on
Never more MM comb, fiW vttfc muchKtppfau.
healMemories darling. shalt A. Thompson, and the Fran Dec. 19 from Mt. Olivette Bap ? yell
are treasuries none return. slumber Thou until Funeral Home for the kind tist Church with Rev. I. C. Mlc- .

can steal, peaceful urrection morn. You thoughtful service. May kips officiating Attorney and Mrs.L. .
Although you have gone and bless each and everyone of
missed by Thomas and
left us ways be sadly Graveside services were held E.
Our love for you still lingers In Aunts Gussle Gamble Mr. John Saunders husband Wednesday for Winfred Hart Sharmaynne and
our hearts. Mrs. Enid Martin daughter Moss, son of Mr. and Mrs. VivIan John Charles
$ idly missed by Mrs. Deborah Regina Delores Martin, Moss at Evergreen Ceme-
J. C. Wright and Mrs. grand daughter tery. JI .JlJt Jt. Jt .
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