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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 29, 1962
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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500 Longshoremen Idle FAMU Ba doo Nat'l Win' Pro Game Jan.The' .-6 i {


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nation's fremlerlnlver The gamy i will match the Detroit built up a tremendous regional

Here in Dock Strike 0f itv A&:\I marching University's hand fame- Florida d I Lions of thy Western Division following as a result of appearances -

"Marching One Hundred"will of> the National Football l at home games on
iJ make its national television I, Lea cue against: the Eastern Dl! campus and at "homo" games
on1' flfl.OOfl 1o : hlll'.mCI1 tary: em.rgoncy or dangeroustarjit debut vision runners-\lp Hie Pitt :.
I Sund.Jan. n, when the Jacksonville Mi
played In :and!
.. th'nt end tied affected.
nn !trige Sunday : Wtl'Q not crack ; burg SteeUrs.
itn PMt from Main: t. Ttxaa I I I the featured aggregation appears as ami. Addftlonflly'\ th" band has
?Ynruclln! Aliaml.f I Ship owners branded the the third musical attractionat "When will 1 FAMU's: band :a'"ar % rnrv\iied at JJaton Rouge, La..
'trlkd as .senseless: needless annual Pro-1'lay : (during a half-tirn show?" Atlanta (Ga.; CptmuUr, As' (' .
Scorts .. ahlps are, Wit in anil paralyzing." They said off Bowl here which will be has lt en one .f the questions( + Ofangeburj, {f:1",1 ..reens-
'mrt. :IJ nh.. (Culf': and Atlantic Monday thy had made a late televised over the Columbia asked most consistently by a horn N.C.Pt'I'haW.
l mast.) wikh unlwultds I I.n contract offer that could have Broadcasting System. vast t segment of armchair: vlifpr -
1'CC\t''s in UifJr hoist] anil on prevented the walkout but that of the weekly nro football thl Rind has "1P'r'''.
il'lJck' !. un.ijn! loaders: did not transmit 1---- television fare. And su t h ed iti r'utest'f"a6111/ : Ifi 1 Miami
the offer to members. "'-- dreams and aspirations of thesis ;r.r a feature itVrnlloii vt
0 P In MiarM1 Sflft J. .ihiiremen _
> nj the nnlfdrslty-PpoMs'ori'd"' Oranpi-
viewers will true Jun.q .
*'>Inwd an East Coast l Dock The union's chief negotiator, ; when the band come!!, under on t h ti IJlosdm (Massif urul l Ke.lMilMlamt )
strike Sunday, and Judge!:: Hln. Thomas W. Gleason, said the iri i I direction of Dr. William P Foster newspapers hi\1> calle., .
demon! president(] .F L'cal M10 last minute offer "was worst Hit mm'sth3 nurrhlnflpAmid
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gives ;it In uninterrupted
ftf Vh. International Lang.shorrntcn's than the one rejected by the minute for million ijln/lmre. hand TIthc'>
performance
''s Association. raid his rank and<1 file" last week '
: of viewers coast) to cent land: i'hj< hand jntivheJat !
e mm would not work The National: Maritime UnionIn the fantastic cne/en-/ (\f :32: (11
During the past decade t h tM.aching .tops mlnuUi thg f4 test
:EJ cur:
A few vessels that were load- New York, 50,000() strong, saidit
One Hundred h. Amertea
IrllroIf fit
hand ,
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.1 l before the strike deadline will honor picket lines set up
Sunday, or those carrying mill D.V the longshoremen.ompound -a _.. .....o-.-.. _.-..a


Dade Young Democrats
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UijI"l"l It TO KEEP NKCWWKS I OI'TS:: 0 I

Elect New Officers

Atlanta Residents Don'tWant Two YtuiroDr.

Reeves Takes Over :

Wall"ATLANTA As PresidentAt It\lt/)' Thomas! iltx K\vlv: Car.: '"
"Berlin I for Mrs. BIIlv ChavJn IFmv.inU
Mrs. Leila[ WflllamK. :.1'.... C3\vcn
a recent meeting of the. Cherry, Mr. P,rtla H+nnl.;t<*'. .
---.. .- -' .- Dade Young )Democratic Association James Collie.
(ANP) At ) not solve our prob- !t held at the Hutche-
lantans were warned last week '"imhe said adding that At. ;Miss Jacqueline / --.1 son Real Estate office, the following Due Year .

'!ants docs not need "a Berlin native :Miamian and list of persons was elected
that the city doesn't need "a wall" local :schools: with truly a (I a-i officers and board( mem Mr. Doroth PearffilU 11!re.
Berlin wall" as a solution to a The aldermanlc hoard's public. Itoautiful/ voice, will thrill hundreds /hers for the year 1903;: : Dana [Dorsoy! Chapman, Dr. K:.
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racial: problem In a troubled .vorks committee was told at in her presentation on A. Ward, John Hm'lh'} Dodd'
southwest Atlanta neighbor l he public hearing that white I'' Sunday, J Dec. 30, 5 p.m. at Bethany Garth (\ Reeves president; Johnson, :Mrs Hosti Leemdy\\ ( ,
hood. ()mO\'I1l'I' In the section have Jr. Academy, Moo N\\' 2.rth Kenneth Williams 1st vice; Nathaniel Rudolph Levarlty Mrs.n.
/IAen 'subjected to block-husting'attics Ave Dean 2nd( vice; John II. nette Love Mrs Ocne.n( i
Mrs. John Stanley, a board It.irkley, treasurer; Miss' Huby Sweeting, Mrs Mu11111 MyW t
.mil economic
;I ( pressures"luring She has wide and
member of the: Greater Atlanta the a range exceptional L. Thomas, secretary; Mrs. Prow James Held.
Human Relations, past year.The ahillty of tone con-
Council on Gwendolyn; Cherry, assistant
referred) to a proposal aimed at trot At present :Miss CI'oumcll 'fhe finance committee etnt) .
setting up a racial "buffer zone"In hearing attracted some tends Oakland College) in M'l'l'etary.Hual'd prises John H. Hark ley. Di, E.:
100 persons to city hall. liuntsvllle Ala. .Mi-inhcrs) TIH'c'l''nr14
which was I A. Ward, and Sumner llutcht
the approved
area last week Van The controversial I proposal Mrs. Billy Pitts, Mrs. Hosa son Jr.
unanimously The his;) /been backed by Mayor Ivan This concert is for the benefit : Lee Wesley, Miss Blanche: Cal
nldermanlc committee. Allen despite warnings by some of I the building fund. Adults loway; Stunner Hutciieson Jr., Installation of officers: will !I.e
proposal:: vigorously prottsted Negro spokesmen that he maybe $1.00, children 50( cents Mrs. Addle Tierce field the third week in January.
Negro leaders Is yet to go .
before by the full city council. /) risking his political life .- -..- __ __ u __ _

Among:: the opposition's spokesmen
I'nder terms of the proposal w:'re J Donald Hollowell.
portions of two Atlanta Kt{('(.s Negro attorney representing;; the \
would he closed in an attemptto Empnc: Heal Estate: hoard, the I
head off the movement ofNegros Gordon Road Civic league and
into the all-whlte residential residents of the I
some area. CI E
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neighborhood Hollowell raid approval of I jRE ,
"Experience showtint such the proposal would be "an ext (( 1
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work Mrs. aordin::rly poop and oxtraordinarilv I ,t '
do not ,
Stanley buffer zones declared had precedent to set"In : w.ELGQM EIS,, ,

Atlanta. Ho said It would he ,
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"This is no time for irresponsible "a regressive" move by what Is -a ,4 bwJ rt J.j .
action. which could onlyEmancipation known as "a progressive city." t'f

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1 Program Arranged 4 I

The Greater Miami Chapter |t"oimfy noAttY.of Pnnlfc ftftrJsc.-. : II I

I the American Jewish Committee!} ton.Iame9! Whitehead] director I I

Court of Community elition1- | Urban League of Greater Miami,

will present a pa.-c, .lasted I :Mrs Juanita Greene, 't,.ff watt' f : ;; ,
Human Rr ;oUl'ccs." Wt'du.day, or of The :M'ami!'! I fprJlr! will) '

Jan 0, R p.m. at the 1 Everglades I ''e moderator

Hotel. The program will commemorate '
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the Hundredth Annie The program is; being presented :

in cooperation with r ',
versary of th e EmancipationProclamation. t
WLBW Channel 10 and the Urban _
League of Greater Miami, LIY!

and Mrs Rolwrt is chair-
The panelists are: Martin man. Berger .A..ttI-rr a 4''Z .._... Jlf Cam. 'Xt"1 .I.. '1

Fine, chairman, :Miami Public Members of the Square Circle the If.-'dershlp I of President Ed Shown in the picture are

Housing Authority; Father "Picture of a Negro," the Sportsmen Club were busy last ward Do le, front: Sammie Wright, Ernest
Theodore R. Gibson:: rector of. Hellamy, Ed Hogle, Fred Nooks,
award winning film produced week at one of their annual The
!| Sportsmen are now busy
Christ<:; Episcopal Church president i bv WLBW will also; be present- that of Israel Armstrong alnd James
projects helping un-
Mimi Branch NAACP; I preparing for their 22nd Anniversary Hoykins. Hear: Willie II. Davie
: privileged families! to enjoy Dance: scheduled for Mose Wilson Johnnie Turner,
Howard( Mt lillan, supervisor I The admlsbion b $150 per Christmas. Many checks were Jan. 17 In IJayfront Park Auditorium. Joel Waller and Alec Hall -
jf Elementary Education, Dade person !1nd.d: out by the group under 1 I i. Adamsfoto. ;

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?r 1 1f tivities.tame f/ations to in civic promoting and---social-their-organ--- ac I I et He that is greatest i ii


Mr Mozell is heard twice
d.illv. Monday thru Saturday,
7':.10 am and 5:30: p.m. bringingto
I( you community news. As another let
\ / service to its vast audi : amongst YOU
WP. WMIJM "Jlidio< Live" will
inaugurate on Jan. 7 a news a
"fMton.il! directed hv :Mr Mozoll.]

This! (confronting program will the air communimd prohIIMTK -- .t 8

a \tv will feature outstanding I him be servant"t
londois; of the community. your
'Hens; for the community news I
hrojddist: may he brought or
m.nliul to WM'mi.: : a
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\\' lInt is proud of its Con ',''''If\' ", fJ
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I lIluinSel'viC'e Program, e t '
\\ h,ch makes WMUM: the voice i: : :,"
ol South Florida] Negro population -' ,: :
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( Si.ilioi, }) NVill'.M:: an- You can just make the Sat fi'l: :
iiounml! tin-t \\iTk the appoint- ellite scene New Year's Eve and e, ,
mciii! or! tin1 Tan lfollulozcll: help us welcome the New Year < y d f I
Hats, favor and noisemakers. j
"- dll'Cltul'I I ol 1 public] relations
Kor all. '
,did ('( mnuinit.v Sl'I'\'il'', In this'I'dpildl G222 NW 7th Ave. ;
,' he will iiMidei ilssb..i''J'II. Satellite Lounge ".

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ELINOR s THE MAN THE COACH
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\ A'; FRIEND t..Y BAI{MAIDS .; Christmas 1962 is now a memory 0 and a pleasant I 19
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,e a, ;" f P.RIr PItLb BESSIEr i l one, we trust. V4a

e!; For us, the omployQos of Bonded Rental Agency, V4
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;I b. Inc. ths fellowship and goodwill will linger long. 0

Mr' N 1T' 'QL$ TQ YHEIR: ; 1 eo; Our employer] Mr L. L. Brooks, added apother first 0m*4

t'4 11II. 4 t N"I' T to his long list of {enerrosities. Besides the annual ;;

!b : er Christmas bonus Christmas the first in the ;VTff
f. a. partv,
I : New Year's Eve
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Party '
oompany s history was given for all office employeesat

t; tR ( !iA'I'; NOI [Mt\K.ERS eONFtTTIq a at the main offj e4 4150 NW 7th Av *n the spacious

. t t\\ end weJl-appoinMd Islandia City Hall. 0g

HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL! +I ff WQ rqceived 9. rqeA surprise: for we expected toe ;

I s ,, ,.. ....::;';" r. '( c r.c'C'Cfr: ( tC.t'Ctcr.c! t'C r.crC'<
J.\i t\4 !' ) qJ.,, t. !\\ R) Rt\ Boss himself with his coat off his; shirt sleeves rolledup

| TERRIFIC BARGAINS and absolutely .Qfu ino- to let anyone else do the ;;

rty b sqrving. Thi* was truly HIS party for HIS QmployeeSj
1-*l.b d' y 2 FloiJriTi roonT*. l4IlfAl 1 f"f large f.unill, or 2 tmlmiliojtlK and ho showed pre9i pleasure in personally welcoming
jilrtl IAi.o rising ('H.W. no qiialTf.fli] Jlofv in 'AFiiftiislifd % arl sorving evoryone. Ho was truly the greatest.
11lH1j. try! (Tal'alfto} all=. 77(>2 $\\ 15th; eve.0 :Iff l
I. Delicious food and soothing drinks plus an extra (;

9 23F, !ROOMS 2 BATHS Sg ft present were yiven to oaqh employe by our generous
( BS. $::ie.i: .CJin ei
: elfl"II iuillfing) no closing nftt.s. !Spend rtClirisjnias
f N i 1 h'I'I'. :m21i i ( X\V With Sheet emulover Mr. L. L, Brooks; and we in turn crave hinn

!!I -0- a small tokga| Qur esteem for one of the finest Q010
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w 3 SOUTH MIAMI 8 ployers anywhere.
NEAR STEVENS i 0
S 'US :M ediooms.. $;:tin: clown ?(C,2 month. (.Ml{: : S\V ;8ih 3v ; 2
Place A \ : Mr. Brooks gave us somoj account of hIs personal lifo 5?

!,i -0-- 6 4 I Ct and some insight into the building of Bonded Rental

8 4-QUILD YOUR OWN HOUSE; AM Agencv, and some of the employees who pioneered '

npiiutifiii I lot. :m> x 1 mI.) .J ist ri'a st ir :MM;: xw mith st. with him from the beginning. Mr,. L. L. Brooks who
V S.Vii: ( ) don n food; terms! rt i
r X I is definitely one of the best coaches and is largely responsible .

J MR. MARVIN j| for the success of he team, mingled with tbo \

g Greater Miami employees in her out, charming and unasumin
Realty HI 4-6133 %
e way. Fellowship and goodwill, long to be remojtnbeirejd ITilE
W Call niter and Sunday 271-2041
M e were enjoyed by all.d .

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t e we pledge our continued support
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a Applied Christianity Spiritual Temple, Inc. : clients and tenant '
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H The Man of Deliverance From Coast to Coast

RT. POPE W. SIMES fj t A Happy, Healthy and Prosperous 1963 to All.BONDEIFS a....

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POWER OF COD AXI) FAITH, ITX UK SOIATl '

Holding services every Friday night at 511 XW 6th St, .
h 8 p.m. Every: Sunday night at 1151; X\V :3rd Are 8 p.m' 3 I EMPLOYEES I
a Spiritual advice daily: 11) arm to noon-a to 7 p.m't at ;".'.' tt
t' NW 6th St., Apt. 1. For information rail ::111! .22. jjXYiTXTitzinHxntixsTxi

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51st
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Annual: Conclave SEASON'S GREETINGS !

and TOLEDO Ohio (ANP) -
:Members( of Kappa Alpha Psi: DENTISTS' OFFICES :
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iMtetnity: from all over the nation I
t began to converge on this
7ltat. '"ity for their 51st annual con EDISON CENTER DENTAL BLDG. / .
-lave]; Dec 27, 28, and 29.

-. J. The organization, founded I in 6130 N.W. 7th Avenue .!.
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nKITH lfll) has headquarters:
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D'nIr'r1l"I!" .1"I"r1tI'Jt"I"1"I'.rr.l 1"t r '.rrrr-rI'1.1."IrI"Ir1rl:II Ii'I r X'4 h[I'h: I: fashionable Commodore Perry
Hotel and will use the neighboring Reasonable Prices Tree Estimate '
KCIIAIMIOOK CJIMS. ttrflp(' I on-- retired to the living room / Secor hotel! for additional PHONE NUMBER 757-2741 I'

for a HAPPY NEW YEAR. Tak and: was presented u gift 1tH social activities !set up for the i

' t\\ l'1\'e fine full months fror I \\\ our good fortune to shure wives: and( sweethearts: of the I I
.1 i loll with the UU'HAAH > men of the fraternity. The Kap 1
all old memories of bitterness;: .IACKSONS of Washington ntHl pasV ill hold six business sessions 't'c'ctC'C''C'C': ('< r-iwor. hats: and jealous Baltimore The Jc.eksons S11CI1l1 the
: \ during three-day period
Cleanup them completely from the winter month* here untl in addition to pro-conclave
e TV) rllndng spit; pick off arc immediate. neighbors( of ])1'. meetings of :special: ('ommittces.I I LJIB.ITl:
- :all 'p'rI"of pftttincfs and little ..lI1tllrs.. Fruiiier: who wel'c I i
ii") .. ?n fhort! see that th.sn e guests also Diners at the Pawere The social! c.ik'iul.ir! : for the
mtrn arc freed from all \he the J. U. Taylor, J.u- Iwida'ond.t.c: is wellfilled.A .
p.is: ;, %nd hltl11'111: as frcsl h ttJoll 5sou 't'vlul\I '""luoJI .hHU well-rounded( social program
and I dean: a' -i when they firs dns of Orlando, Klossio Harr will enteitain: the ladies while ,I DRIVE-IN THEATRE a ns / I
"amI'om: the great: Morehousn : (' if Atlanta, Margaret.: Sot\. M.nie !- the men are in business ses> I II .
Turn. Thompson, Lucille Rioijva I tons.: I isa ..;
: Killens and her haisdsuniiuuion I {? OX 1-7959 22nd Ave. and 69lh St. ,
1 Divide> each 1>f these: month
,' Wallace fcl. )cnUI II 'i v ,4
into ::5(o) or 31 parts: each cur I K- NOW PLAYING
('XC'l'phl' second divkb! : tha liicago. KN
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{into 2S equal| prK Jo nok tr: K
to I mal" up the year': 1I:1'h11\ 1 \\flhM.\MS-COMJ.\S( 1 / *,'.1. .' i

at un, time ( many .pnll: tin ling hrotishv: to town man, METRO
broth that way) hub )prepare.. lelightful I(3)II!] Kro'ii' Savjn "
GOLDWYN nN
one chltit :\ time a< follow:' lab: came: relatives of the bridiiettw M Q I'
Into each tiny put 12 parts: of : P.ailey\: I Mr.. 1 It. V\'. MAYER "
11 ut PATIENCE, K(0 $ .
FAITH lour Wilma Hupkiiu'. :\1I's.; P..UN1.
of CO1'itACE. 9 of WOUI, 'arotlt}' T.I\MV.; :\Ire. \l.\ 'Intith \1'. S A JOE PASTERNAK t '1 ,
( :spoil the flavor cf tlv ''",:tL v:< l-'iMiiklin' and\ son: Richannn :\ $ \)
K of H PI'r LOYA1'rl', (II \ :\11101'(" William: lUxh Thos 1 i : .
. of I.mEIUI.lTY !:1 J of KIND. "mm I Detroit!I W MV V'l----i" Pn ? 1
['.: NE5S. 4 of REST (C1 iKM-'iv; this!' '\. Alma: and: fora: Halll'l11cl: JN
out 1 Is like laving I the oil < uv ftf rhelma: !H. KIn? The groom''':; ., "ri .' ,-
the salad clon'l do it) <. _)lIt hl''t11'S\ ; LouUomu coil Inl u '; :
.. of PRAYER.: 2 of MEH1TATirfX : : .
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(dash of stun :sprinkle of Plat' / Mi*, ...ah SniaMcat'low : \.
:Mid a heaping; cupful of loot with 1 pride because homid M

humor.Pour. \ .. \1'1":11'1'" i Yi-uny. can: ,. HY
home fur tile holiday; o'a"lIn.( )
into tlv whole rvffccttmlove '
: \ \luu.thw STEPHEN
C M"1 i..i-tudiM',1 at Si 6'
ad: libitum and mix, will '..Ih".',. 11 i'5. Vitx'ini.i, Colt'. ---.-,.- -
vim. Cook) thoroughly with fcr 'n.m. C'1I.II.lt'lol1:1... 5))pl'l'd'\) ', BOYDJlMMV Li
: vent heat al'l1bh'llh smile-\ iher.ipi( I :and proft- ,01' of Mulish Joe( "Maulc": : : \\' Ilion, Klorid.iV! f :
and a sprig: : of jo' '. then sere :II'a.. State: is: ::1111:1701'11: 'hi' I tn the iv-w j.i/.x; cene.This y ,
S wivh I miictnc", \tn.l'lrl.hIWN 'it Ih" gloriou 'un-hlne her t 1)1,111.1111; \onii': talenli : >
:and a HAPPY' NE\V Y 1\: 1l i.a Is it ('III'I.tma. She is I visltin( ';ale. as the fin '",1 'prospect, seel! .' Id

I certainty.( o with rl'I"lIdo .md wi't' n-tuin t III 1'n 111 a 11\' vivirA: deseiple uf Great sit .
'u-r ii'.ichin: : ; chore., :after thNew .' famous "( '::1 nul+ ,ball"1! Adder BIJRNTEr stars ; \ .
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y,':"I' ll".\ ."l! Ili-.l." *."'1' clan ..lott'Mi" ".ii in risk
TIIK SOMvM I'ea't'11'L'Rl : : .Ntrao-dnuiiiv( ., THK: 1HICI\. at the Klor'd.i: A ;and M: I'niver'tv. I r E singing thowonderful H 4
: of the nioiKigiiori l all MOI/n'KRS( : enlertjiined :..t .' (')' ililniii'! the fcrochnv r!; MAMHlME J R ::1 4 4Er f
the Knights of St. Gregory wi; JiiiMfr: lor \i--itor I C IRA HoY'l' attack: ..r ""'lId I Mill" Davis withIII ,I,'' Rodgers
held at I th. Cathedral: or SainiMyrv \ \ ,)ticr! 'ir. ;'.'%il ':11-: wejr Ihl.' intiicate: piiicrns' of .1Ii ny ., t ,tI and Hart t4
t on Sunday afternoon.( 1 Dee. \limroi'-' '.'. itius\v IlL: 'rail'I'i *':iii II1'! "Magit" create-: soumI'm F X
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I*!. After this coin and spetacul music 04W
'. ;.mllnll PacK.M : I : literally: lilt \oii o-at: ooiir !(
r rite, hit! Kxcellcm-v. t truMoxt \' .seat.; f'tho dancing, c s i ii
: flex t'oleman: F. C.irrol l i : n romancing, ,
UD., bishop) of Miami.: gave &l i ix ;.M-:>MMU.XM. Dmtri to:. t An accicnplishi: 'd pi.uiJNt: inI Ii or happiest treat
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dinner :1thL. Hotel! I Kd'-n: Hu 1"1I1"01l.} (IV-c. LM: I; I'M.: Shumaki, '. I :In hi-1! own i 11;;1I1. .lo.' converts i r j jI
in honor ot111' diiine! ; tic prelate ) I Dec. 2'.; William: .1, l-.mnin Jar I, : 1 H-1 .. H'iniinond organ:: which I II. of alt |
lit. R'v.. lon..dJ.lwl'I: Ii, I" o be ,;ICs, "ulfcrs,I more freedotii -
CHAKI. i MKKUHAI.TKU i : :l ;a I n (1 I and( I technical I aft\lIIlac's./: ; :: / !
1'KTKIt] HII.KY! and: the 1'etyRcr5 Critic! ;igie- that: Wat-'on BtcT.y. r
:Monsignori PI11MIKN: I 11'IIJI\T: .XXIVKKSA: / \' ivalh cxei-U win! A'pressing: j
JOSKl'H: 1) '\'.\:\I'.1 Olf I, (:f Miaiiil.ition! :. ; :Mr. and .Mr;. his own ideas1. <'clrr'nilylpu'ar;; !
O'UOXOVAN.( .\ M I K S J.IV lame. Welh. iJcc I 2:1!: ; :ii II'. ani ill': .it( I i'ic!' Silt-Hit Loumaon y I
A I. :S II and P.RYAN, O. tit'. David I'.m-hal.( .' II'. am the uptown end( of Miami thisuoniliiful V :
\VA1.SH. 'rho.h; !\ lh'll tu 'II',. I K.: I.. I Kiiklainl.: Mr.t amMr. I ( talons must t he sail I Y !
knight h..oit oj SI slit (!Il'I);III'.V .. l--.ink: ; I Hi .|"r. Tll') ('. :2Mr\: 4i Id;| hoard" to I IV apiinciated.Appiopil.itj'Iv r. i
tiled'lvat; wn. Sir* Uu-hard IE.Holiert md Mrs. Mack P.irkry;! "). '. ::.; C, itt !
) 1I. Irwin .N. Walker.TluiM' ... Mr. .md Mr*. D '...vv Knight t nain 'el! "Magl: I PANAVISION bind METROCOLOR
) invited t. attend this: affair : Mr. iiiil t Mr*. N'.t'lrinii'l; : "'i'vf/' t,.-ciu; ';c of I tin- tri'ineiidoiH! : s1e'ii, D EAN Ut L SIDNEY! SIIEIDON RICHARD ROD6RS( ui5oiZ?! llARf I

; wen .h'. and Mr I .. Robert Nmvll. Ih'('. :2C! ; Mr. and. Mrs. "' :ii.'iali'd.; II)' Ids nj-lil hand: __ _____ '
) );,\'jIr.*. IU-Icn 1'. Kwlley and .ulhiT I. IAhr.l.. ; .. iiiO:, M I. .-,. .lcl, oinr: ft-l'ow "Mainly.oriIPlinn'nt
J Mr.Marjorif IluR'YItI1': and ,\lpln.li. .n 1.1/\\1'.'.', Dec.) :77.Ir: l-'lorlda's: 11':111111011'1 10ST f> INCBEDBLEBME| | STORY IN U.S. NAVY HISTORY!! i i"r'T'rt"1"1.IIrlr:11" iI
: Mr.. Kr.mk Nal and :\1 r-::. Lucille md Mr-. P.ertram: H. J Dean.: Mrmd oJ I coMtrtluiij.: to the musicalnn.v : 1
) 1hirhllrv.( Ir. Cnuruc: ,= Miller. Dec, 1.\'lIl'lri. I (
:!Mi/;; 11 I r. and Mr*. }Harold! Mil.
ti'------ hell i 1)i') ('. :'!I, Mr an-t 11 r.. t'J J

; '.'111:: WILTON WIM'O.f l .::;.nni': :\i.1'.IttIui.. I D(. I !
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t I.Roily wTio arl t'I';iilcnt tit alt Mis. N.itlnnicl !lr.id\vel! kilM, Ahine l-'ore-l. Eni-.liii": t' ,
th' (tit'A.llld.:, :.n'.I. "lIh'I'\.I( I1' tid ' e.t 1.i'( .1. ftin.dl $11.1111 ...1 t fk.l'l1d.) .in. !. V I I':: S-ipd'-hii'l, '. 111) '"Ito s. .
..n: ('riMiiui; D.iv. Trot\ii,. Ki-y >I' !i. l-'annic: Ii. Tbuision. Mary I ,

W.... \':iisjilh' NA \VII.MA.\IS. JI'ST/ t 1'00WI.r 1roil.: '. Naomi C, Cril; JIll lit'. Jan.: Ja
0:1": ,'... enjotiuhe:: : tmpitalitywifk mo : llhiJuiltl: :11 h'v *: John Jltirlcv. Maicia: I'-t-rs, j' ,'
'Jv
,. the 1lunrllr'Br.Iher' .
ul' .11 "ux' a'Ie .lame Washington: Carrie:
.\\Ki\v9: M 1 1 I-mu-ry. Ann S. Rob a
\ Kll.i: twin .()Il.
tll-"II. Mi i tic .\. SiminoiM, IJl'C. .It.lin. .'ii Jiiuiii 'i slii-iiicinl( : 'il, Coric -
I..nlll and\ J ...l1l1il.; .1.,hl1l1l :.I::: rathcnm) Mapp I (MivrttvJcttT .! ]K.: Walker. Jan. :. STARTS TUESDAY y'
D. J"WI-
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imt h.'r dauhtrs ,ti l> rvl. ; .IIII\\,. P.uilimj. .
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of
bridge
lony:: 'p III :"
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lu-ir. .i-ntMf Dcaci.i: IIr. H.M. Vnning: .*. l'.irbir: ) ( \\ .ll.;. I. KltA'Jli'i,.j.;." >: .:" jukiitlutiy : : : .,liMn! : t H. SlKiw. K.i--U Stiuit. he i life .!':"'IIr1 t 4iirni| what you y
o lut ) ) D't., .\\ tix 1"rl'III..1 .r.II..r. I.v". :.j. K,,. ..ii ul\ l \iuk! you want; What
.i'ht'k il. l!:ho t.t'ening they (;'..troiiHS Hindert.tv., ; H. '.u ;-''f ..,./in 'life depend! upon
;.'h"I,1 ;4' 'h,. holw. ..f 1 I1)f'r. 11IIKl': l I II If. J.iiint; .1'. Howard: toe...: 11111I"1( (1"I'I .l r.E
..ilinh Du'. :I'll! Edw lnl. V. 11rCi..yLary E ; %
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..ziel* '" gi tl i"'W iuui-U 5u II't. willing to
;nct tltrlat.I; ,. .u.iijitkioii* ..U1)st. .\ Caml!>r.dtcw D.h' ;' v.-Mfc :,.:d \titiand\ / coopeiatoiui wa'wiE' p
'-r, A ,p"t: 4>i'H'' vhad l lC by; lieI', iceN ;,r.- t--ui' je-ouri(I''I' n e

;,II Willie/ Idnt.! ,..h. Artlc't l-'irt i"' ir.r "1'Mi "f the bridge of your r DIANE CYRIL ? jy
.. ..-. Jile t i- ) by countlesscjbles / ,
AnnKIshlcy. ( \ li t
(ey : hJrn"hley.: which CILENIO CUSACK '
("IIKIrfT.MDAf: :it fliclatei I '\ UL2S.: ; Limn and 1'au'1mI. MJ'.V. and that you is will'are spinning ttI) i ; a",: y !
*, "event" the kind .' Austin: Hazel Ovsns.' Alic Makethe
was an Helen W.Valker such ai. important" day. ww z! rI
lt1l'tlnlJtlhtWs,
live In .\
"ffhlch :shall; always cables strong.TV: .
th,i mama' of! their guests of I \ Delorts Jli(,ltI'iinn} 'II'JI ama r +.
da .. Invitations were exlentieU \ "''airuiKloii .I"" ., Audreyrll..un, 'JI'JI "
the > '. Hughes, Betti i x(PwS1ERNAi PROOVCiIC$
ten days pi'lot to Ifcc.2b >ec. 2 r, Anthony yBILV
Guests arrived at three 1. K:.py. Cynthia ;M. Jones and SICK ? 'JI'JI ppSE 9nPANAVlSIONiDen4METROCOLOR
!
: II Eve Gresham, Dec. 3(0;;
Mr. I SUSie
,
o clock in the afternoon. llmu I 'Iah..1( on dt-illt il
Willie Slater were all inna-Grace Sweating, Evelyn ( ll "
und Mrs. .1 ou liVf In lalx'ilj ) UI
over their spacious and well appointed I P. Burton, Cecelia A. Jones,, :"n ,, n.., die.! I'a)' ui*..1.1) li"'.' '1 '
home making suitthat lunald! L. Pratt Helen Walker,, ....iII, "..1.-. 7I
comfortableand Theodore Johnson Dec. n.: Ann ( ,
each guest was i DIM, (WH.J..H! : I I
the best time ever. ,Vlk-n AJger, Jan 1, Jenice Rog I rc'C'('(IC'C'C<'<'C IC'C'C rc'C'C'C'CI('C'C'C K,'<'C+C4C"Ct'ltl'A'c', 'C'C'C' rc''C'C 'C'C'C'C
having : Brown Jan. 2;; ::'CM;: S..W. (;::.111 liT
At the end of the dinner every. (!-rs, Eldrich 'l'i i





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4 SATURDAY DECEMBER_ 29,. 1962 Church of TV Open Door i Sunlight Beauty Season's Greetings

:v 0'. II. C McDowell. paMor School Opens Jan. 7 To tinnnnv+ : .;.\.int, Jrul
A. B MrNeal. reporter i friends: J Mav, (;Jod bless:: and) )Kfci
choir, ))
the i
Tho Sunday
iwst( School will in Ills tender .
direction of William Sunlight Beauty you care.We
under the
I Jan. 7. As a New
S. Johnson was at its best.- open Year's on gift students can register the Women's Dept. of the
They rendered Christmas several numbers very appropriate free. Payments can be ar Churches of God in Christ of

among them were, "The Birthday ranged later. Eastern Florida wishes to say
+r of a Kin ;," "Go Tell It On this has been a prosperous and
Miiln (Wife nt 07-10 X.W. 1Mh-AveveuePhx; e OX 121 He li.!2..::1(1 The Mountain nnd "For Un successful year in our auxiliaries
Itrnnih. lit 111'! N.W. 'IIHnl Avr.. Miami- 'Iurlchl-I'bcml" to us a Child is Horn. in; A SPOUT: throughout our church

--- --. :-.Z. JHS I 'sItm) \ Is i: IC'lltor alltl I"uhll/lll" Next Sunday is Pivotal Sun Join in the New Year's fun at world.

(1AIITII (3, JtKKVKS: : :Maunidnp KdlUtr: ___ day in the Christian Year, the Satellite. Bring your worst :
-- .- .-..--- marking the end of the did year fl lend and make up for the new. We wish you a Merry Christmas : -
.Meniber of the Associated Negro Press AssociationHATKS and) thp bennin! of the newvem' i year. Hats, favors and noisemakers and a successful New Year
\I..mhc'r of the Nntlonal I Newspaper Publishers ... rit"uHv sensitive all.Satellite.
...- -_... --.... --.--... r_ Keeping F'P ro'mdndertak- for Gussie Gamble,
I'WBSrmPTIOS f i is a year Lounge State Supervisor Women
0\K: nB.1)(1, SIX MONTHS JHS.OO POHKlflN M.WKnlfieil inc and) corporate worship necessityfor Inth' 6222 NW 7th Ave. Dept.
I (> LouHousf! is a
,: ar" "Secnn.l' ("'In"" I"ttl'r.IIrII"t- -- 0, 1'>...7.\at 'h.1. .1' 0"10I, ; tlvsc who ar> ronllv serious ... ,.............. :::::: -
<)il I Miami. Flotilla, under the art of March 3. 187ft' __ ]I abut thc'r Chrl '.iL1n vows. !
-. 1 ---1 yhe annual) r"' et'nrT of the the New Year
I church will! be Jan. 21, 19(53.( It Buy a Home for !
1962 IS DYING ii an Inportpnt rrretim? and
t'vo dJlVO all members ;rre asked 1 to try Start 1963 right with a home of your' own. Look at
The year 1962 is all but ended with( just! I and! plan to attend. Vr James
loft. There are some other important endings. To wit: the Randolph) is chairman of th
arrival of the 1132 Bay of Pits prisoners, which was quite nominating committee with 1-1928 NW 59th Street $75 down $75 month

an event, plus 'the coming from Castro domain of the special Regular mmic.GRACE services! !Sunday Nice house for a small family

families of the prisoners for a 29-day furlough. i
Although Castro made this deal because of the dire ]. 2-4502 NW 23rd Avenue $195 down

necessity for the money, medical supplies and other equip- ) PRESBYTERIAN 2 houses on one lot.

mont and food that he received, it was a worthwhile ges- Afte'thp morning service 3-1511 NW 42nd Street $250 down
and this !Sunday there will be a
Christians worshipped
ture at Christmastide, while Joint puxillarv! meting for the 2 CBS homes on 1 lot. Live rent free Nice modern
sang$ lustily, praising the Son of God who came into this purpose of evaluating and) plan- property.
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world bringing "Peace on earth to men of goodwill. muss' our church's program.Roorcsentatlvo1 !
Another important local event is the discharging of ? from the auxiliaries 4-3034 NW 56th Street $17 week
Sheriff Thomas Kelly who has served for a period of 10 will attend this important Rent with option to buy
meeting.

years.While there has been a feud going on for some time I I! At two o'clock thc Sundry: 5-780 NW 55th Street $15 week
over differences of opinion between Metro's Manager :afternoon thf> vouth (choir Rent one of the apartments. Real dean and quiet.
youth fe11ow-hln. :I Nt11! inter. No children.We .
Sheriff the end on Wednesday -
and Kelly same
Irving McNayr 'f'-t"d adults will leave from
when McNayr dismissed him. thp church in order) to nresent are" open Saturday eyid .Sunday
The charge against; the sheriff is that he accepted a '1 holiday nrf>?rar at Kendall)
courtesy 1963! Pontiac from General Motors Company. I rhllcI'! (>n'** Home The program We are open every nite 'til 8 p.m.
McNayr said Kelly's acceptance of the car by itself will begin .nt :.130.Ve :: ). WV. hav k over 400 others to choose fsornj \

was "in direct conflict with the intent of the administrative \ welcometho Heron
orders" handed town by both him and former County Sovonth. Day Advent Church o
w w will conduct( ) a joint wor- Ford Realty In
Manager 0. W. Campbell. ,-hlp service vith in .it Grace"
Under the Charter, McNayr has the authority to dis- !Sunday at 7"-0 p.m. ,
miss Kelly. \\'"' will have'in) enjoyable 569 N.W. 54lh StreetTHANK PL 72559V

Sheriff Kelly, like everyone i is not perfect, but he has! U'.itch Night randMk'ht mm- .. ... ... ...
-. -""""""' -""' '''''''''''''''-- "' --- "" -
municin service! Monday, at 10:30:
done a pretty good job. p.m.
We wonder if in this case justice should no: have I,
been administered with r.
mercy. ,
TEMPLE BAPTIST
Perhaps a demand eould have been made for the .1 ''s

return of the car, since< it was a violation, and a repri- Rev. 1..A Thompson! pastor
mand given. The Milt- (' ''iii. U HoplMrn.director. ,
( :11111) ;Mis Klslo! Douglas):
Kelly is expected >to fight his discharge./ How it will pinaist. er.M-u n Mdom) Chi 1st-
end remains to be seen. However, for the present as 1962 mac dlnivr at 'he homi of :Mr.
ends, so ends the administration of Thomas Kelly as :and :Mrs. Alfred lean "jR: NW
Metro Sheriff of Dade County 1')tb pi The Po\,. 1. \\'. I Hepburn
fowl the b'esslnt and Cha ?. .A' \
Manager McNayr has appointed Detective Chief T- '
Ahl' the '
ni-i"c' was rffk-H'iU ( ))1<'f.
A. Buchanan as acting sheriff. :More than a dozen members
and guests; enjoyed a very pleasant -
From our State Capitol comes news that there are : evening.: e o i r C r3

261,433 Floridian adults whb are illiterate., This informa- The Youth Choir will! sins I
tion was taken from the 1960 census. Sumlav:) morning1 and the No 1
Of this number 40 percent are white and 51 per cent choir Sundav nieht.! Th.. Xo. 2

colored. They have had less than a fifth/ grade education choir,, and lh'ft1Icla 1 C.: Ambrose Hall director president I u o YOU FOR YOURPATRONAGE nA

and are unable to adequately support themselves, says will J'l'nrh''l'r"lce 11 a.in. at
the report. tHo ,\tl11ln.t"r t HantM Church
The State Department of Education i is concerned Hollywood l. where the :Ministers
about this' problem and has announced a crash and! Deacons' Union of Atlantic
programto
Coast Haptlst) Association! is in
MANLEY'S JEWELRY 4r3
be known as "Operation Alphabet. session this wek('ncl. I R
In February of next year a series of televised lessons :Members of the Red Circle
will be given. The course can betaken in one's home. Thy and! Sun.;hllu' Band will presenta <
1702 N.W 33th !Slrest NE 5-5911
I short and spicy f J
Sunday
l program
lessons will be telecast by video tape provided by the 4 ,
state department, said Supt. Bailey He called upon coun- I of our p.m.distinguished! spotlighting:; guests.another Re- 12872 liiicayne Boulevavd PL 4.6271 A*

ty superintendents of education to set up the necessary I fio. luneuts( will be served.GREATER r )r
machinery: make the program effective.
With night schools in almost in the
every county state ST. MARK P.B. Io7essrr.s.9+).:
,the opportunity is afforded everyone who are interested .
I v i I.. .111''"'.1111, 1'llIIlor
in increasing his knowledge. It is to the individual
up one tin,. Ruth IC M.ie; Sum. 'N
is i never too old to learn. : icportei 4:5..5"s' _
The Miami Times believes "Operation Alph.:ahet" is a''I How did you spend Christmas : rl 4

good thing. Let us hope that it will be enthusiastically evee Christmas had; night a ,joyous time here _
received by those for whom it is intended. I ministers preached The following
I : HcC..
Dr. Eugene Younger, senior consultant to former Harvard NValker Rev. Martin ficJ,
University president, Dr. James Conant's Research forrcnce, Rev. Green and last
f.
group and one of the nation's leading educators, who of hut Zion not least the Rev. Freeman
> Hope
has been conducting a study of our schools, gave his rePort food until fed we us could with! spiritual no-
to a 40-member committee looking for ways to im- longer eat.
prove schools.He Rev. Johnson explained the

says Dade County has a good system, but i isn'tspending occasion vile of Christmas.ve in-

enough money 'to educate its children. It ranks New" you\ear to'* LV come; a and back worsnip again E As anothojr year passes by, we wish you .S.yu

far below most school systems and more teachers quit with ut.Pray ye
here than In other big cities. for the sick and ,huh, K
Comparing Dade with some other big cities, here is will I Ins. The bo in youth!\ of the church e and your families an>r abundance of joy, KC
how she rates : charge Sunday.IIAIIAI .
{J
Dade County spends $364 a year per pupil ; Cleve- health, and 1 happiness> with our sinGer ,,
land spends $377 ; Chicago $4 ;3 find New York $535. ASSK3IIILY .

Dade County now boasts of over a million citizens. Mrs. Lucille Buffin, member 1 1v >
w
of the Coral Gables-i nlversity appreciation for your past kindnesses.

The Florida Sentinel Publishing Company, Inc. of Chapter for the, American United Association u V
Nations
Tampa, C Blythe Andrews, founder and president, has speak at the Iaa{ Center, will 137 ., Ift
recently moved ir..o its new commodious plant, 2207 21st NW 11th Ave"' 8pmSunday, '1 t t L' t'
St. with new machinery being installed. Dec. 30. Her subject will be IfR

C. Blythe Andrews Jr., is editor and publisher of the God"Abdul." Baha, The Servant of RANGE FUNERAL HOME i

Sentinel.At .
open house hundreds of Tampans and their The public is cordially invit x 1-4343 !!f
friends inspected the facilities. ed to attend. Phone secretary 5727 N.W. 17th Avenue OX
FR 1-5: 120 for further Informa: 12 tV't
The Miami Times offers congratulations. tion. ccc" c
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.
NAACP Still 5,000 AFRICAN
Seeking
STUDENTS I SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1962 PAGE 5

Readmission to AlabamaMONTGOMERY STUDYING IN U.S.

WASHINGTON (ANP) A Nof-Too Merry Christmas
Ala. Appealing -'issued had not been applied to The three major links of '1
a year-old ruling of any other non-profit organiza the United States' cultural exchange -I
Montgomery Circuit Court program with African I In MississippiJACKSON
Judge Walter B. Jones NAACP tion.The nations were outlined here last
General Counsel Robert L. Car. case has been in and out week by former Michigan Governor Miss. For than 68 percent of the cotton
ter called reversal of the decree of state and federal courts since G. Mennen Williams, assistant thousands of Mississippi Negroes was harvested by automation,
\ which imposes a permanent 1956 when a temporary injunc secretary of state for particularly those which meant that manpewerwas "
African affairs. cut tremendously.
Injunction on Association tion was issued restraining the
activities in Alabama. A temporary NAACP from doing business In Speaking before a group at who have tried to exercise To bring at least some cheerto
injunction had been in Alabama. The U. S. Supreme the Jewish Community Center, their voting rights Christ the destitute, the Councilof
effect since June 1956. Court has twice remanded the Williams explained that the mas 1962 was not particularlymerry. Federated Organizations SCLC.
In argument before the Ala. case to lower courts for a trial U. S.'s deepest involvement in which includes CORE,initiateda
and NAACP,
bama Supreme Court here on on its merits. cultural relations with Africais SNCC
Dec. 18 in education. Some 20,000 active in voter program of distributing
Mr. Carter said that
In December
to needy
1961 Judge Christmas packages
the ban on the NAACP was a Jones heard the and lIe said that it was in this registration who have been families
punitive measure in asmuch as the state's case petition sustained for I field that Africa's needs are dropped by local. officials__from Mississippi_ _
the law requiring registrationof the restraining injunction. The the-mostpressingand ,that 44we lists of those eligible to buy
out-of-state corporations under present appeal is from this rule I are in a position to be of gen federal surplus commodities. CAR KILLS MAN
which the injunction was ing. uine assistance in meeting As a consequence Dave Den
those needs." nis, CORE field secretary, has AT BUS STOP
There are nearly 5,000 African filed a formal protest with
I Dade's 1962 traffic death toll
students in 49 states, the Secretary of Agriculture Orvill
I Death Takes Former FAMU DeanWas District of Columbia and Puerto Freeman and Attorney jumped to 186 Sunday with
Rico. Many of them are General Robert Kennedy. the death of a 67-year-old man !
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CORE national director James at Jackson Hospital.
,Director of U. S., was born in Winston-Sn. i here under governmental or farmer has supplemented Archie Colbert, of 2423 NW
private organization
hem N.C., April 28, 1900. He i said Williams but auspices this: with a wire to Attorney 47th St., died from Injuries
Phelp-Stokes Fund held the ALB a signifi- suffered in accident last
degree from Lincoln cant number of them have General Kennedy pointing out an
(Pa') university, the D. come with their own funds. that "this is the type of repri. .'Thursday a\ NW 62nd St. and
NEW YORK (ANP) Ped., the M. A. from Stanford sal to be expected through 17th Ave.Colbert.
Dr. R. O'Hara Lanier directorof university; and the LHD from The leaders and specialists discriminatory use of local and a companion,
the Search for Trent Liberia College, Monrovia. exchange program is the sec option in dispensing federal I Kelly King, 39, of 3375 Frank-
of the Phelps-Stokes program Starting as a history instructor ond major category of the funds, goods and services. lIn St. Coconut Grove were
Fund, died at his home I at Tuskegee Institute, in State Department's cultural waiting for a bus when they
here
last Tuesday three 1923, he served as dean of college program said Williams. Under In addition, Dennis asserts.: were hit by a car driven by
days followIng
this American special. "Many people who have attempted
the 50th and director of summer program Moses Singletary, 39, of 3210
anniversary of the school and extension ists in professional educational to register have been Plaza St'King
at Florida
fund held In the -
hotel. Commodore A&M College, Tallahassee' : dean I and cultural fields are ex. harassed to the extent of los escaped serious injury
at Sam Houston College, Texas; changed between African countries ing their jobs. Families have in the accident. Singletary was
Immediate details as to the dean of instruction and acting and America.In been thrown off their farms. charged, police said with care
cause of death were not available president of Hampton Institute. the area of "cultural presentations Some have been pressured fi less driving and driving while
Dr. Lanier, 62, had been In 1946, after serving as spec. ," said Williams an nancially. Also, this year more Intoxicated.
released from Beekman hospital hal assistant to the UNRRA activity conducted by the Bu. I
Dec. 15 where he had been Bureau of services he was appointed reau of Educational and Cultural
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alighting from a bus. His wife, In that year, he became presi tyne Price; the Boston Celtics
Garlette of Delray Beach, Fla., dent of Texas State University Basketball team; the San
was the first to discover his at Houston. Francisco Ballet; the Westminster
death. She was not at home at lIe joined the Phelp-Stokes Singers; track champions rA
the time of his passing, but Fund in 1957 and made several Parry O'Brien and Don
found him dead upon her re- Bragg the Golden Gate
trips to Africa to further the ; quartet -
turn.Dr. Fund's program of assistance and popular Jazz aggrega.
Lanier, one of the fore- to Africans seeking higher ed- tions, including Louis Arm ,
most 'Negro educators in the cation. strong, Herbie Mann, and k
Cozy Cole have all been sent -
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. :: 1100 Years of Freedom?


PAGE 6 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1962 Pun PhunA The Emancipation Proclamation Slaves in Maryland, Missouri

1 1863 boldin and Delaware were freed
,
of January
state action, those in the Dil.
and teeming with trict of Columbia
concept
by
Increase in taxeson Congrega.
3c per pack
the tionai action.
ranks as
compassion -
cigarettes is proposed. If it
slow gravest decision an American In the closing lines
smokers will do a of the
passes has been called uponto Proclamation
burn at this king size raise. President Lincoln wrote-
make. "And upon this act, sincerely
Smokers don't approve of this Lincoln searchedhis believed to be an act of justice
method of smoking out additional Abraham conscience and the Constitution warranted My the Constitution
taxes before making his de upon military necessity. I in!
voke the considerate
judgment
One chain smoker tells me cision. He had always opposed of mankind, and the
that if the increase goes Into slavery on moral grounds, but favor of Almighty God.gracious
effect he'll Wecome the missing there were both political and
link. military ramifications to be con Three million human
.i ti'a' rr :?hvh: sidered. He wanted to retain were free.WMBM. beings
A motorist was arrested on the loyalty of the boarder
--- By ALBERT W. cOon the Turnpike for having a TV states particularly those along'
'TUB ESCAPEES In view of the driver's seat. It's the Ohio River. Had he pro-
remembered by; my wife and good to know takeone place clamed emancipation in the Santa Claus
Ity our own efforts \v* "broke me.Yes where TV has to backseat first year of the war, these
loose.. Elude the mob. Why not! the boys and girls sang states might have left the
During our absence, who miss and shook "It" up. They; were Union, thus prolonging the con At Youth HallThe
ed us? Few persons were concerned all nimble. They were al> quick. Motoring with TV could be flict.
about us. It was as They all went under the limbo very dangerous. Imagine what Sweetheart of Roses
though we wero dead. stick. We enjoyed watching the could happen when one Is driving Lincoln also believed that sla Club under the
Escape Is like "temporarydeath. natives dance to the exciting down Route 1 while watching very was not the major issue. supervision of
." Returning once againto beat of calypso music i Route 66. Whether or not States had the I Mrs. Clara Love, president and

the old scene is like, unto a A Miami bank is giving a set right to leave the Union was Mrs. Marie Price, secretary
DEPARTURE
r unQ Uon. the issue, he felt. In August, I gave their second annual
of seat belts with new car
Soon we'll be on out way every 1861 and in May the year following I Christmas Party at Youth Hall
mmrr A. bAY '., home. We are free for Just a loan., CleveJ idea! They want to he had countermandedthe Saturday, Dec. 22. Refreshments .
alive until loanis
while. In the old cell In the keep you your
as and gifts
orders of Union generalswho were provided
Both daiyS and nights ara Ill- paid up.
flow we are able to move aboutfreely. had proclaimed emancipation for all by this group of volun
diversions.
led -with citing
There's muCh anforgettatle.entertainment / We are. trusted. These belts are so Nassau, harbor us no longer. '
against most everything, and cupied.
% In "old world"Nasrats.
Let We and Hamburgers and cake
us are
were
go. yours ,will keep you in the car under
One may iln! < da: ice or theirs. We have a part with all conditions except in Torn Ify conflicting forces, he donated by Judge Ben Shepherdand
sip Wa! iavorlta ceTeraga tinder them. They'll take us back It case of missed payments.Re made up his mind in June, Council from cottage No. 1.
the'ctm or under the serenityof was because of them that wa 1862. Then General George B.
the roocmllghU Tfcosa who could escape.In : New Years Eve. Take McClellan's drive into Virginiahad Radio station WMBM donated
I s nra meta reserved way sit back the new prison we are care! been blocked by General the Santa Claus in the per.
tuod. osier Incomparable out watched. be not I Robert E. Lee. A worried Lincoln son of Milton "Butterball"Smith
May we might
stan 1 fascinating treats. stay under observation. We Your "sports" got drunk spent much of his time in who took time off from
On New Year's Eve, the cipher of the WarDepartment's his radio shop to pack his sack
sound room
/OtOilENZ MEDITATION have no good reason to
OF
:
,/
,. stay. Se why should we Alas their fate telegraph office, don his costume and with a Ho!
go
sorely
don'tnri I grieve. reading battle It Ho! Ho! brought gift records
4st''w' return If eve through any trouble or take a reports. was
%u'It tawlsoncd) anyway In'flet chance. Nassau, harbor us no The football player here that he wrote the first and entertainment to the par.
caQ Perhaps It is betterto longer. ." rf* "Kicked off," they say: proclamation. ty.
ntura to the old cell.'A new The baseball star,
cell JBUAhl not bo aa' A PARTING TRIBUTE TO He met "foul" play, On the surface, the Constitution -' Mrs. Jossie Roberts, who al
NASSAUWe The bowler rolledIn did not appear to give ways plays for the Christmas
abjens old time by.
Q as goes
appreciate being here. the "gutter", poor sport! Lincoln] the right to abolish sla party took over in her inimitable
A NXwLT*W :Elm :tOWN You are kind to harbor fugi And the tennis player : very. This seemed a matter reserved way. She also brought interesting
tives. Everyone seems so hap- He'll be In court! to the States. So he justi guests.
Iteeau oi time, ve confined
; fied his action
py. We are proud of you; of all as a necessary Other gifts were donated by
ourselves attars of stayJ&
.to' a war taken
the places we've been thus far measure by the commander -
"longer than 30 minutes Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Lee. Mrs.
ftt apy one placo. There's an'you look exceed best.them Comparatively at motpoints. Army Reserve Units civil matter-in-chief by a and head not of state.as a Lee is a dance instructor and
-.vdunK variety of "nite-life" gives her services to promotethe
Available from the highwaysand The preliminary proclamation volunteer program.
colorful byways throughout Sure, they have things which Seeking EnlisteesLocal : of September 22, 1861 de
Nassau. you don't have. It Is not neces clared that slavery would be Mrs. Dorothy Portlock, supervisor -
sarily what one has that really T7. S. abolished the following I of cottage No. 2 was
Army Reserve year,
A cousw ur ASSI\U counts. It is what one does with units !are< seeking qualified en and the Proclamation of January ,indeed very happy and welcomed
what he has, that Is often the as guests. Judge Shepherd
listees between the of 1. 1863 placed the action in-
17
We bad rather tired age
&gotten most meaningful. Nassau, you and 2G for the slx-mgnth training to effect. 'Judge W. R. Culbreath, JackV.
from making the rounds. We have got what it takes. Blanton and their wives,
'wore about to seek out our program.If Because the Emancipation plus memWers of probation
tented baven. Before we HOME THE END OF THE .
interested call C8S-CC93 in Proclamation was a "necessary staff and juvenile council.
reached the hotel, however, we ESCAPEES communications, engineering, war measure" 4t did not affect
met a cousin and his wife. Breaking loose, bursting free mechanics, medicine and other Tennessee and parts of Loui-
From that moment on, the for a while has effected us tro- fields ana and Virginia, which were !
tempo of excltmenL fascination mendously. We've gained expej Inquiries au invited. ,Occupied by Union: forces. Drive Carefully
and thrill Increased It was as fence worth much more than
though we wen on a merry-go- was spent on this episode. It .1J'JI}T..IJTJIJI. 'I I.JTJI'1..1. }T..T. YJYJYJIJY-'T JTJIJIJYJ':'TJ'jJJ)',T}TJI ...rJY.JIieUltltt
J9U11 We held each other hand, was worth the effort. A change
like strangers In paradise< from the regular is sometimes wa did something dilfeient Because '
"Neither the angels& In heaven good. wa dare open the doorof t :above or t h e demons Have travel and escaped to Nas
learned
we much
? Yes
down under the sea, can ever we have. Did discover sau. Love Is refreshed. Life
we
sever my soul from the soul"of thing? Yes, we did. Do endless any. showed us more 01 itself .- FROM
my darling wife, Marjorle. discoveries await Cousin. .
?
us Quite
Yes we walked starry eyedas
Donald took us trom .plqce possible we think. HAPPY NEW YEAH. TO
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. CRASH KILLS
Deltas to Aid Civil Rights

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1962 PAGE 7

GOULDS WOMANA Defenders in AlbanyGeorgia

NAACP Set to Celebrate two-car crash early Satur I
day cost a South Dade woman Delta Sigma Theta, a national prisals suffered by the Negroes
her life.Killed. sorority of Negro college -I in Albany, an Emergency Clothing *
Fund has been established
Emancipation CentenaryNEW in a 1:30: a.m. accidentwas women, Is devoting Its i by Delta for children whose parents
Mrs. Lucille Pearl Wlmley, energy this Christmas towardsthe are out of work becauseof
YORK :" Branches of meeting here on Jan 7 when 42. of Goulds. She was Dade relief of families In Al- civil rights activity. The so-
the National Association for the Executive Secretary Roy Wilkins 185th traffic fatality comparedwith rorolty Is holding its annual
Advancement of Colored People l makes his report to themembershit 135 at the same time last bany, Ga., whose means of Income Christmas in Albany and each
have been cut off due to
the
throughout country will )
year. chapter and member is
giving
their efforts to obtain the
sponsor a series of meetings
,
dinners, pageants and other Theodore Berry of Cincinnati Mrs. Wimbley and her hus rights to vote. Over 1,100 citizens wholeheartedly to aid the victims
heads a 12-person committee of of the civil
rights conflict
41, traveling south of Albany have been ar-
presentations celebrating the
the NAACP Boardof bandj.Sabi
members of in that
IpOth anniversary of the Emancipation apattah Drive, were rested for such offenses as sit- city.
which the
Proclamation which Directors mapped struck broadside when they attempted ting In the front of a bus, entering
Wecame effective on Jan. 1, plans with for the observance.the Serving to turn left on Coconut a restaurant, and seek- Announcement
Mr. Berry on committee -
.
.
186& Palm Dr. ing to attend a church service
Mrs. E,
are Daisy Lamp-
The head of the Delta
chapterin Mr. and
kin, Pittsburgh; Dr. W. Montague The driver of the car that Mrs. Livingston Bur
The celebratloris which will Albany, Marion King, was
roughs the
announce marriageof
r begirt with the New Year will Washington; Westley W.Law struck them, Airman Donald knocked to the round and kick- their daughter Alison
Savannah, Ga.; Karl B. Moore, 31, was treated at Home.
be continued .on .appropriate. ed by an officer when she Shaw to.Albert Smith
days throughout the year. Other Dickerson; 'Chlcago'Jose; h P. stead Air Force BaseHospital brought food to 100 teenagerswho The wedding took place Mon.JamesDparsonage2335
Kennedy San Francisco Dr. and released. There
historic dates on which local were no were Incarcerated for
NAACP units will observethe James, J. McClendon and WalterReuther charges filed. marching, peacefully, on the : NWt55th

Emancipation centennial Detroit; Dr. Nathan K. Police said Mrs. Wimbley was City Hall. She was six months !t.
; include Feb. 12, birthday of Christopher, Cleveland; Alfred thrown halfway out of the auto pregnant at the time and lost
Baker Lewis Old Greenwich
,
Abraham Lincoln and the her baby.
and died Instantly.Her .
NAACP; May 17, ninth anniver Conn.; and Dr. Ralph J Bunche serious DR. M. RADIN
husband is in
and K. Hunton both of Dr Jeanne Noble native
sary of the U SI Supreme George a of .
condition Jackson
New York City. at Hospital Alltony and the National Presi '
Court's school desegregation and Sunday 10 a.m. 12 noon
ruling, May 30, Memorial Day;: | The celebrations, Mr. Wilkins with a injuries.fractured pelvis Internal dent of Delta, In her plea to Del. Obstetrics
July 4, Independence Day, and said, will be used not only for ta sorors everywhere to aid the
Dec. 15, Human Rights Day. I educational purposes but also embattled Negroes of her city General Practice
I''to stimulate memberships in said, "Albany where Ne-
The program will be held in and contributions to the Is The .38 Police groes have worked hard and 1159 NW 3rd Ave.
response to a resolution passedat NAACP suffered much to have their
the Association's 53rd an I humanity recognized Is a Pone 374-1419
In letter to all NAACP units
a
nual convention in Atlanta last Gloster B. Current, director of Revolver Outmoded? scene of mass disorder." To
summer calling on NAACP units -.branches, outlined the I offset the severe economical re Open dally 0 a.m. 8 p.m.
program
to commemorate the centen ;'and I procedures to be followed Experts claim that our modern .
ary by dramatizing the Negro'sstruggle locally in observing the centen police department is using -
the full antiquated "horse and-
to realize nial. an Investigate Without Obligation
promise of President Lincoln's buggy" weapon in their fight
Emancipation Proclamation. In South Carolina, he reported against crrlme and the result
I'I the NAACP has planned a could be a heated "shootout"with Care.Craft School for Nurses Aids
The centennial will be noted state-wide celebration of the the Army .45 as the "bad
at the 54th annual NAACP I I centennial. guy." At least according to Los

Angeles Police Department Fall and Winter Classes Now FormingTen
one of ,the nation's finest and
WEALTHIEST SOCIETY W. HOLLYWOOD an outspoken booster of the po
Weeks Course
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SEEKS NEW their faithful revolver in favorof REGISTER NOW

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DETROIT (ANP) More RanCheS-WaShing.1 I I What are the facts? Is the .38 ----
Carver police special really outdatedas
than 1,000 members of Alpha ton Park-Hyde Park Fire De. the experts claim, or is it "-- '-i**- .,"*
Kappa Alpha sorority, the na partment is proceeding steadily Just right for lawmen who are
tion's oldest and wealthiest Negro with its 00-day project to buy a attempting to prevent crime ATTENTION, PLEASE!
Greek-letter social organization new fire truck. rather than shoot It out with
for women meets here The first of a series of af criminals. A Science and Mechanlcs I have over 35 choice lots in exclusive location. You

Dec. 26-30 at the Sheraton- fairs to be given for this pur reporter examined the can have your home built a* low as $295 down pay.
given Monday, Nov. problem closely and talked to
was
Cadillac Hotel. pose
26 at the fire house. The af experts on both sides of the ment. We have a few samples ready for inspec- "

Dr MarJorie H. Parker of fair was sponsored by the new- fence. tion. WE ALSO SELL LOTS.

nf Washington. DC. snnreme: ly organized Women's Auxill I The reader will decide for Call Irving Gordon MO 5-6870
hasileui (president), will preside ary of the CWH Fire Depart. himself after reading this fascinating i.
,::; over session!=; of the soror:: ment. The purpose of this organization article in the February -- '--'--''"T11111- -1-"I--I.'I-l.T.l.l.T.IT--
ity's 40th annual: boule themefor is to: Science and Mechanics, now on
which is: "Changing$ with And the fire department is sale at most newsstands.
the Changing Times: Moving the community at large in ob
Forward With Our Youth." taining a new fire truck; Lincoln Fields Apartments
And the fire department oin
Federal Judge James B. Par- Miami Times Ads
becoming a strong and effective -
sons. U. S. District Court, institution.The 2045 N.W. 62nd Street
Northern District of Illinois of
Chicago, will be the principal I officers are: Mrs. Mattie Get Fast Results .
sneaker at a public meeting, in Allen, president; Mrs. Leola Mc.
Coy, vice president; Mrs. Luella laaaaaaaaaa aaaaa>aaaa
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the Communltv Arts Enjoy Living in Our Cool, Clean Apartments
Red, secretary and Mrs. Mo-
of Wayne State University.On .
zelle Brown, financial secre- HERBERT MUNNINGSReal Offering Many Features
the same evening, the Estate Broker and
tary.For FREE GAS
AKAs will present a special this project each citizenis Notary PublicIs
award to Harvey C. Russell, asked to contribute the sum
now located at 775 N.W. 51st Tile Bathroom Refrigerator Gas Store
vice president, Pepsi-Cola Co. of $15. All churches and businesses
for pioneering as an executive are asked to allocate St., near 7th Ave. See us for Newly painted Venetian Blinds
with a major U. S. corporation.Two $50. fine homes In this. area and
Please bring all contributions elsewhere in the city Low Washing Machines Laundry Rooms
principal Items of business 'to the Chamber-Fire Department -
down payment. Also mortgage Free Parking Auto hot water heater
will be the election of key Building, 4350 SW 21st
officers and a on the re I money A nice' selection of du
report I St., or call the finance commit. Free Garbage Disposal Filtered water
cults of a yearlong selfstudyof 'tee. plexes. Live rent free

the organization, conducted They are Mrs. Mozelle Brown
I
by a special commission, headed YU 3-4260.; Garnett Dorsett, Yli Phone PL.7-6365 CARETAKERS ON PREMISES

by Mrs. Beaulah T. Whitby 3-2767; Walter Watch, YU 3-1532; D20
of Detroit. M. & F. Super Mkt., YU 39982. ..aaaaaa ir aa..aaaaaa) al .

Candidates for president are ____m______ Rates
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Laura Kate Campbell of Detroit. Painless Office Treatment of .

:ston Larzette, Okla Golden* and Hale Julia of Brogden Langs- RUPTURE :: PILESRectal $14.50. bedroom $$18.50 bedroom Apt.

Burnell of Baton Rouge, La.
: Renting Office open every day Phone OX 1-8862
Dr. Parker
who Is vacating the Diseases, Varicose Veins Pro 1
office, cannot be re-elected for ,
.the state-No lost time-Discard Truss _'*' -s.- --v-i.-i.-s.-v-s.-i.-v-i-i--* s s. "*' 't- "E7s-n-n: :"
ensuing term.
Upon Correction of Rupture. .

Emma B. Brimley of Phila DR. LONG'S CLINI&J5M
'(delphia, first vice president, is SW 1st St, FR 3-2748 j
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against God.Therefor'. HAVE A HAPPY NEW YEAR AT CLYDE KILLENS"
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\\'ill God use it to bless me? buy or sell, win or lose.: I olAxllence! to God. This Fri., Sat., Sun., Mon., Dec. 28 29

'r''; KSnil to C. A: Our an- I 1 You cannot lay this sin to Send your questions to "Thus One of the greatest acts in America
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unto I the higher powers. K o r Word for it is in the Bible, and
there 1no: power but of God.: the Bible only that God has' Joo Magic" Watson sets the
The powers that be are of God.lWhoxoi revealed his ways to man. !pace every nite at the SatelliteLounge. s$., t
>\ fi" therefore reslsteth Those who disobey God, or encourage Continuous every site
the |power) rosisteth the ordinance others to disobey are till 1 im. "Out of this \\oild".
of God: :and they that re- not serving God Satan is the I li22: NW 7th Ave
1st shall receive to themselves leader of ail those who rebel I Satellite\ Lounge 1
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[the king, as:s supreme! or unto
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tare' sent by him for the punishrm FOR AS LITTLE AS $400 DOWN 'j
>nt of evildoers and for the
)r.iKp: of them that do well. i 3 BEDROOMS 2 BATHS CBS THE 5 TAMSHit

-xoiiil In( these important passages<:truths we have stat $78 MONTHLY IN THE 40's S record, "Untie Me"

ed: I I X Admission Fri. & Sun. $1.50- Admission Sat $2,00A
1 1. Those who govern over us'' V .Member of .Ml.unl llo.uil of Realtors 2y
(('lt,\'. state and federal) are ordained Cli.ihmnn of F. II. .\. Committee.. $ I
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CarftII' tlncoloWsshingfaaJE 14 Dcc29 A PLUS THE JOYA LANE DANCERS

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PAGE 10 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1962 ) FULLY FURNISHED CBS,

-..... _...-- ""'-...._-- s large fenced yard, fruit trees,
I a Freshly painted sharp $100

down, $71 per month. Owner
CARDS MEMORIALS 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 0-1371.


3-BEDROOM CBS. $300 down,
-,gal r'mBIII n-- --- that's all. Like new. Manor Park
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CARD OF THANKS: DEATHS area.today.$90 month No qualifying.pays all.Hurry Movein

I Ift call me, this won't last. Ttotal
only $12,500. A. Ben-Kori Real
of the. ,
The family
MR. CLEVELAND RUSSELL:; I __.. """* .....' ....._1101QJge IS"'I tor, 2011 NW G2nd St. Nights
wishes to express it'; sincere I IlL (;.(,533, Days OX 1-9372.

thanks and appreciation to : FOR RENTTWO I FOR RENT
everyone for sympathy shown I I WANTED
during its hours of bereave: TROY WALKER. 221 NW 12th bedroom apt furnished. Free MAID LIVE IN 5Vij days, own
I 23GO
APT.
ment. Thanks for the many BEDROOM electric, reasonable rent, quiet room, TV, 2 school children.
:St. ant 12 r1i"ml l Doc. 1R, fieruieos NW fiGth St. Nice .
flowers, telegrams, cauls and I neighborhood private neighborhood. OpenS New home. JL' 8-7G7G. JE 1-3181.
special gestures. Special thanks were held Dec. 27 in the lt. and Sun. No children. 7648

to the pastor and members of I chapel. NW 17th PI.2BEDROOM. WANTEDWAITRESS.
St. Paul AME Church, the E. I'lUAKli: Snack-Way, 5595)
Bain Funeral Home, and American nt-ullll ACt'DC! ) HOUSE. $17 per NW 17th Ave.nXSPTLUX'.
Legion Post No. 172. May ]\RS. MINNIE JONES. 2302 R({" Dial! collection! *; ,fo".r' week. 2141 NW 65th St. Also
God bless and keep each of you. NW !57th St., died Dec. 19, Services pinri.iK'-niei"" real estate room, 2531 NW 55th St. Private ?
The Family were held Dee. 22 at St 020 NW 8th St. FR7.2002 entrance Phone NE 4-5744. Don't !IA coniUftuu unwindyourselt
naul. AME Church with Rev. T with our atmosphere.

'. Kelley officiating. She w a shipped FURNISHED: efficiencies, utilities DUPLEX APARTMENT, beau Miami's most intimate lounge.
to Ocala for final rites. included. $12.50 a week. bedroom Music .
I IN MEMORIAM I tiful and large. One every into.Satellite
120;: NW 8th St. FR 7-2902. and Florida room. Landscaped. Lounge

Adults only. 1238 NW 51st Terr. 6zz2 NW ?th Ave.
;(H1S, CATHERINE OWENS,
]In loving of,
memory FURNISHED or unfurnish- Near Grandway and bus To see
MRS. CAROLINA ELIZABETH 053! : N5iJth St., died Dec. 25.
pl < in 2
apt ? Opa-locka area.
call 031-6333.
he i Is survived by four sons,
KEMP 1
''ohnnie Lee'e ley, Alfred bedroom" all utilities $21. 2 bed $400 DOWN $20 WEEK
who departed this life December
29 10GO. md l James, four daughters. Mrs>, -nom. SIR. 1 bedroom, $15. CallVK ROOM in private home in the

May, she rest in peace, and Tussle Borroughs, Catherine, 1-0.100. indf heart of Liberty City. No cooking 2479 NW 57th Street
Jladvs and Gladia, 13: grand privileges 1515 NW 68th
light perpetual "shine upon her. 'nlldren, a sister i Mrs :Melvlna I NICE 2-BEDROOM 1 home in St. NE' 4-0211. 4-bedroom CBS with Fla.
The
Family )avis, u brother Henry West. Opa-locka] The Uunche Park NICE ROOM in private home, room, carporte. New 1
area Closed] l in fence and nice block to bus and shopping. Pre y
Funeral !services will IK heldec. surroundings.( For informationcall : fer working couple or lady paint in and out. Call to see.

Id I t, MEMORIAL I ) 29 at 2 Holiness the Churchif I NA 1-0051. Privileges. NE 4 0310. I
God True with Rev. *

In memory of the late, 'lichardson offlcatlng. FURNISHED ROOM in private LOVELY HOUSE, fenced yard $350 DOWN $20 WEEK
home. 727 NW 05th! St PL
for high class small family
She will lie In repose in the
.J hapel noon Friday until fun 70071.( convenient to everything $22 3 bedroom, 1 bath CBS.
I ral time. nor week. Will sell $100 down.
,
UOOM 1 for a nice man :at 5710 NE 5-5500. Newly decorated. No close
NW Iflth Ave. Call NE 4-8105)

!1 I ALLEN LENTON died Dec. after 8 p.m.:5BEDROOM. BEAUTIFUL furnished room, ing costs, no qualifying.

M,kw I I (6. He lived at 2197! NW !50th't. ( private entrance, private hath, I *
9 : HOUSE bath
a wall in closet, wall to wall car
II ; Ho I is; survived by two
and a half. 825 NW 05th St pet. Beautifully landscapedyard. We financing '
I lephcws, Love and James. Ser arrange
I /.ees; will he held in the chap- Also'; 2 1'00111Call:: PL 8.3781, 185.1 NW With! St. also
:Mr Henr.vlohley.: .
_-l l on :Monday, 10 a.m.
NEW APARTMENT. Clean I ,
ONE BEDROOM!: : home, neat (quiet residential neighborhood t 0 "

Little ..Je(1111oVlm of 2010 I and clean. Near, GrunUway and 731 NW 70th St. Phone HI Trio : ':':-
Realty
r 'oJIHth St., died as a result buses. 11 TO NW :5Gth St. For reliable 4-3073( or III 52007. Considered : .
of accidental asphyxiation; in ) iiing( working couple. nicest apartments in Liberty "

,tuclw tel', N.Y. on Dec. 21. Hevill Call J) 757-8228.; City. Beautiful: kitchen, all tile 801 NW 54th St. ;' .. .. I
ha shipped):! to Miami on lath 'nd :shower; ground* land- ;
Monday for services In t h e fAMODEItN! air conditioned sea pel. PL 9-8372 PL 9-545S "

'hupfl) 11 a.m. He will he remembered apt. One bedroom and 2 ROOM APT, refrigerator, NE 5-8745 \. :< ',:
( as a member of the j ll'fflc l'ndefUl'l1Ihtd: : or unfur- I stove, furnished, quiet neigh ,' i
A'lms family who met with :1 nl hc.(1. Quiet! neighborhood. NE 4-3253. .. :. .'

.raged.v (earlier this i year He i is f I Adults only 1210 NW 77th Terr, t '"
F.o survived L'y his:; mother, :Mr.s. i I fall PL 8-9505.:! ( APT FOR RENT C501 NW 12th God has tttmolnted mo to "i' ,

.. C.llTlo1111+, grandparents :Mr. 'I Arc Phone HI 4-3G73 or HI help people in all conditions. .,

and a!is. Hidwnl1111.1\ : $11): PEl'J' Largo :3-bed-! 5-2007.( Clean quiet neighborhood No matter what it is God .
: m room unfurnished duplex. 13(55: ( ; grounds landscaper} good : ., .,
MRS OPHELIA McKINNEYwho ; n\' !58th Terr management: These arc considered can fib all things. Come and ,

departed this life }December the nicest apts. In Liberty see me. 669 NW 22nd Street ;. ':

25, 1955.I ; ; /tancis I'i.20::;. PKR: WEEK, large six City. Mother Perkins .,' '... .

met love in the morningWe I room house, .738 NW 23rd PI.MACdIK'K .. ; .'
soon were closer than :J.IIKDROOOMA) { > 1 PT nfurnlshed, .:, .,
MERREY; IfoHHH.L.AJ.: ; ISM!) NW 05th St. NE .
friends; ImAU'l'SHOP 3-0003. MT. CALVARY': :. ;
rON of H 125 NW 23rd Ct. died
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her in the shadows .
But I lost 2105 All llaba Avcand Duval: \ '
When day did near its end. at his home on Dec. 25. Mr. Wai- St. Specializing in Jill phases ofbeauty ( NICE CLEAN ROOM Private Rev. K. M. Thomas, pator :. .
on was the husband of the late t .
I : D29( entrance: bath, quiet couple.11 Phyllis Myers. reporter .: I
My heart I thought would irs. Anna Walton. Funeral services work.M munc 1 privileges.: NE: ..5283.i We are continually praying '01 :' ,
will be held on Jan 1 1. ..... I for the ,:
grieve me -- --- >pcecly rerou-ry of our :, : ,'
To lose one who was so dear, 2 p.m. at Kelly's Chapel with i sick: members. ltll1.I arc al!. ,
dhmncd would iluv. L. Dell officiating The I I FOR SALE .'., ;\
tear welcome
My eyes filbert way to come and WOP :
body will he on view in the '.
with : :
The never tarnish see that was there. chapel Monday p.m. Survivors WILT.TAM EVANS, 207 NW 3 MJEDROOM ens, }.'1t. room. ;ship"'('C,('<'(' has Include a daughter Mrs Mary arrival I vinyl! tile floors thruughout, .
My love for her never 10th Tw.. was dead on :' ,
Lou Brown, a son, Hcrmon floor furnace. Large closets. .
waned, :at Jackson Hospital Dec. 12. Ho Greetings 1 >:
Though many years have }pass Walton, two brothers, five I is survived by his mother of Low down payment.' $21 week :,.
ed. grand children and a host of Vasati. Bahamas, Eric and Total: $10,000, 3151 NW SOth St. from ,: ,

In memory, I write this poem, other relatives: Danold} Evans, cousins Call: PL 0-0080. D2S

Her loving daughter,
1 Frances A. McKInncyIN Rf)11Y BOWSER, :3 year oldhuzjhter Corner CBS. Tile roof garage: ,
MRS MILDRED: K. ]BROWNof of Mr. and Airs.. Leon owning) *, appliances, air conditioner I
138 NW 7th St, apt 7 died J'nwser of 2300: Ali Baba Ave. etc. 4701 NW 10th Aw.iUU II '
I MEMORIAMIn I r 1 Dec. 2.1. Funeral services will ,lIed lee 14 and) was fun"rali'- ) down $7<; month. Owner I tq' $
c! held on J Dec 2D In the "'1 Div 18 at Mt. Zion AME pays closing costs Life Realty,
cntpel. The body will U' on Church Rev. IT. F.. Greene, 4D32: NW 7th Are PL 0-1371. .
loving memory of o u r view in the chapel) Friday p.m. pas-
t.l!'. She I is also survived In'thr'C'
dear daughter and sister, ,ur'i'orInclude: her mother, sisters.' l1UALIF'1'IN'G, 3 bedroom
DORIS FERGUSON WHITE Mrs. Laura Blackstone, a daughter CBS. Carpeting, appliances, $2.0

who departed this life 1 December lur.s. Elizabeth Borwn; a i Mrs.: Rubv Sheffield, aunt of down $75 month. Move right
31, 1001. MM, Roger Brown Jr., nine officer Xath.nnlel Mack and in. Life Realty, 41)32: ; Nith
Dark is the hour when death grandchildren
Ave., PL 1M371.:
Mis. Ola Lawrenco.! died at
prevails, home Indlantnwn, Fla: Dee
And triumphs are the just, 11 Services $::300 DOWN. $75 month 3-bedroom -
A painful: Void within the MRS LUCILLE MARTIN of 1 Indhntown.Jospnh: were conducted in beautiful corner( completely T4h
LVeast, 1131 NW 5th Place, died Dec furnished. New washIng i
When dust back to dint 25 at Kendall r
goes Hospital Services machine, separate garage r. Fi
And solemn is thQ< pall, the bier will be held on Dec. 29. I N)" sr. Sandifer Richmond 11710 Mon-: our best buy Life Realty, PL '
Heights -
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Sweet be thy rest, and peaccfutbe Time and place will be announces died Doc. 11. His survivors: Include 9 4371. a ,
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over local radio station.
thy sleeping. Survivors .
three sisters
God's is best. include brothel Chas.MONEY" I three broth.
way a $250 down. Move In. $69 month
ers. Chapel ser'lre'er
No more we greet thee ...n m'tm (' con
may ducted Dec 20. Sue Iu35 NW 47th Terrace Total
till in heaven we meet thee. $200. Big yard, some furn-
Mrs. Anna Ferguson, ture Home Tn
LAMAR MILLER of 1428 perfect condi-
NW
mother BA'lTLES of 459;) tion. A. Uen-Kori, Realtor 2G11iNW
3rd Ave. ,
filed I Dec.
Four sisters and two NW Oth St., died Dec 19. Services 15. He was Und: St. Nignts PL U-5533
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sent to Brundidge, Ala. for final
brothers are incomplete. Survivors
trays OX 19572..uANOll .
rites. Survivors his widow JEFF
are a son and other relatives. are "Playboy" WALTONto
Bessie, four children, mother, all friends
a sister, six others and one PARK area. Drive by my
CARD OF THANKS niece. 7b6 NW 45th St. Lovely home, I May your Holiday be

Hanker. Hardwood floors, garage. $300 Merry New
Mrs. Percy Styles, 552 NW MRS. LULA BROWN of 436 Iowa, $75 month. Total $9,600. your Year
20th St., takes this method of NW 20th St., died! Dec. 10. Her Call A. Gen-Korl, Realtor, 2614 I Happy, and may Good Luck
expressing her sincere thanks Mrs Rebecca Bethel of 1742 !survivors' are a sister. Mrs. NW U2nd: St. Nights PL 9-5o3J.; follow you all through 1963

and appreciation to the many I NW 5th place, died Dec 18. Services Elizabeth Lewis, a brother. Days OX 1-9372.
friends who sent cards, telegrams were held Saturday at St ArRla xxx +>W A ,lskA7 7 .a:

letters, flowers and I !Mary Methodist Church with MRS TENNA MORGAN 1740 OPEN CBS. $8,500 total. Open EARLY IHRIKS!
also for other acts of kindness I Rev Harold Stewart, officiating NW 1st place, a resident of this 2.5 Sunday. See 1761 NW 42nd Don't be late-the good timesare
during her husband's stay In She is survived by four daughters area for 33 years, died Dec. 17. I St. Very nice big home. Rear waiting for you at the Satel
Jackson Memorial Hospital as Rosetta Bethel, Marjorie She Is survived by a brother, fence, $250 down, $74 month lite. Every nite there's enter
the result of an automobile accident Roach, Elizabeth Albury and two sisters and numerous pays all. A Ben-Korl, Realtor, talnment. Always on the house.
Mr. Styles is now at Mary Alllslngscld, a brother, nieces and nephews. Services 2644 NW 62nd St Nights PL Satellite Lounge
home and Improving nicely. Samuel Johnson. were conducted last Saturday. 9-0533. Days OX 19372. j 6222 W 7th Ave.







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Pro football Drafts Show Greatest Harvest of Tan Stars



-U" tty liLt BttOWEtt predominantly tan talent that choice of the Dallas; Tov.ms: (Haltlmorc! NFL: New York] In I'll, Grnmhling center; and Rob-
I were tapped by the! selectors of Dual selections also includedI AFL): Lonnio Sanders: Mlchl- (McAdams: North Carolina
CHICAGO (ANP) With both leagues. I Willie? tlichardson, Jackson] can !State haC'1OI1'er: AFL; AST tackle]
.tunious Buchanan, a 2GG-poUnd (Miss.) Stdte and (Haltimoro in Washington NFL); II o mer
tackle, described }l/v/ the Dallas Rol/msop the was laden the (Green first choiceof flay I i the NKL.; New York AFL); Bill I Jones, Texas Southern back: Cleveland. Tom Bloom Pur
Tcxaris as the best college lineroan I Packers. Another- first pick in I Thornton Nebraska fullback] (New YOl'1In: the NFL: Houston due hade: .Jim 11oh'"itt, ]Michigan
;\ in the nation, ahd Dave (St Louis Cardinals: ] NFL; NewYork NFL): Harlow] Fullworth, Stale iru.ml. and Dave Ralmey,
NoUlnsort Perm State J\II- both ]learuos: Was t Kermit Alexander t I I i I IViMnl.1
AFL): Dill Munscy Mln- Union tackle] (Buffaloin University of Michigan hack;
whom h the
American, described by his most underrated mahy back say*: In t. h & nesotn: halthaek: : (Cleveland! in AFL; Baltimore NF). I 11'hiladelnhia< ] Eagles] Nate Ramsev -
Coach the best lineman heover :
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the NFL New YorF'L] Bob
; ) Indiana University captain
coached the first' nation.< He starred: for UCLA I FYnnk" Baker, University of : .
iwjml picks the among? greatest }1arvAS and was selected by the Rail: II Partition" Florida] A&yt I Little Toledo] (! (Ohio) fullback]) : (CIcvc- :md hilfb.irk: ; PItisburph Steelers.
All-American St. Louts in NFL
tan Mars overore among Francisco Fortv-hlhers! \ (NFL) AFL. ; find In NFL; Denver AFL); and Roy Curry, Jackson State
the college! ': pla % d by I and Denver (AFL). Denver Hod Foster Ohio guard (Wash- hark; Hen Dlckersnn Bethune-
American; md Rational Football I Buchanan became a last: flick St.ui Sindeis: ;, Whlttler (Calif! ) In et tn NFL; Boston In AFL.) I' Cookm.m: ond;; Baltimore Win-
Leagues' of the New York Giants I stun; h Ill, Texas Southern tackle]
teams while NFI/s{ College and (New Yolk AFL1Chicago ; SI"mr1eLsh" ... (ii'tre-4 I Inelnihd} Oi'hs' NFL, 11111 1'erkins, Iowa
'Most Robinsort t also Was tap* NFL1)!) Charley] Mitchell,
of (the pln'I'sVcte sd St. Louis Willie Grenshaw, Kansas I l/u-k.
hHilv' i 1i that they Wore I Chdrgers the AFL's; San Diego University! of Washington half : State kick; :and Ed Scrutch-
flicked( by al'\"d\ in both l leagues. I Hobby Belt oil the like third Itobitisotl round back (Chicago NFL; Denver in Ins. Unhersltv' of Toledo! (Ohio) I Dallas: In the AFL, Stone
Buohahah\, chosen the first Al1 % ail I AFL-Roy); WillUms University: tackle: ; Detroit. F.rnlo] (Clark Johnson.: rambling hack; Hous
as I
m i Winnerof
choice bv the Texans of the Art. the Outland Trophy{ the I of 1'iielflc tackle, ((Detroit NFL; MidiH'in( : St a' "' tackle( and! AI.hpJ.t I ton Bob Burton Grnmbllng
was! signed immediately. He best 'liHenlari a* San ]Diego AF'Y'lewitt): Dixon, rireei', Jackson State end; !tackle; Oakland Bill MeFarland\ ] ,
college interior
performed for Grambling Col was; the secortd( selection of the, I Fla] J\&M fullback (Denver in New fork! In NFL Robert Taylor Oklahoma State fullback a n d
]lege, one of several schools] With Minnesota Vikings and the nth AFL; Washington NFL); John :Maryland: State tackle; Joe Denser, Forrest Farmer, co-
.. Mat'key, Hjractise cndhalfRickNotice ] Williams, Iowa back; }Lane How- I captain: at Purdue.
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SATU&DAY DECEMBER 29 [ ST. MARY'S W. M. I Garden: also appeared on the
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On Sunday Dec 30 the Youth : beantlfully: :
*. I'i l 'i utlw t ;Maine, reporter mlen
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Prairie View Wins Georgia l Fellowship of the group Grace anil Prcsbytcrl-! YouthChoi' Thosvho( canto :and( worshipped \ and Forllhldle.] ( their\ director\\ :. group

with us on Fumhy( :
l''all.\\\ Thdll'rt01's of music are
an Chinch In LiLVrtv City will
!
iiio\ed il i spiritual day.
Invitational Cage Tourney present a Christmas )program,: (test; bmooy sI''lrt''a-; filled :JIdnlthat choir) number one,
malrh)1"u
,it the D.ule County Children'sHome / with the pirit of eh\'HlI1n\ I and two also:
I'UAIRin VIEW Tex. Kendall.] Rev. William please; }be out to furnish music.
lTI1I\'I I l'ltMorrIs Brown College is the Sund.ix; nn'hl our Rund.n( All ushers; are asked! to be out
(ANPJ) Sparked: by Dewey I South Savoy )pastor .
Carolina State and School( (hlldi( Mi pel, formed I their! I In uniform\
Mrfjwrn'out>tmding perforn1lI1n' Clark College You are cindially invited C'hl'lstmadl'ama; ; beautifully: l Funeral services for Sister I Rebec
ilurhi" the entire tourna Eitch; ihild I pl.iM'd his; part PX- '.ca Bethel who lived at 1712
u'Dtidii.illvell.t N\\ !r,1 t tli pl.it-o: will be held Sat-
meat the Panthers of Prairie I II
Tinklddlos of K! ..ne's; )Kiddie1\ unUiv at :a pnt.'cc' .
VIPW A and M Colleee! won their I ,
f.."rah might title in the Georph I, ; : :'C c'c..a'tt':: eW';:: : ::"'ci'\CYr'c: ;;tw "'c'c--!-'C-cat:--c; ;a'cYrG'L; ; ; c c t t'c'c c'4tYcr. ( <

: Invitational: h'l: krthnll: to\ir- .
n"m'nf bv defeating the Virginia -
HAPPY NEW YEAR
t Stat Tiojans.) 0061( ) in I t I r 1 .1
th" final game here, recently.
I From The
Following the victory over II NOW APPEARING IN PERSON
VSO. McQueen, a standout: on

Voted th"Ion..hli Panther the lt;un tournament's national last year champ.most was: I I Mr. 5 by 5 Jimmy RushingFORMERLY i RED BARN

'' ,'. valuable! rl y'cr. WITH COUNT BASLE

, .. The final game In this annualrre Freddie & Flo Comedy Team I Where Everybody is Welcome
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.';. ) : projects developed Chickie Horne, M. C. THE HOME OF IMPORTED WINES
Into a real: little, with both I
team fIghting to gain an ad. I
( vantage In tho first half. THE BEST SOUSE IN TOWNAI
: ENJOY
., 3 Shows Nitely First Show 10:30: p.m.
The flrt t half ended In a 30-
:V) tip. hut in the final quarter Call Charles for Reservation: NE 3.0611
''. Pnlrl Vlemoved ahead and Walker and Willis B. Waldrop, Props.

r maintained a narrow margin.,: w
5.9385I
NE
1980 N.W. 5-ltl, Street
pert nun ':'tn of VSC took top i
, -rorln* honor with 21 points. I M: ?).).). ) J )/) ,).),) ) ,) )(),/

iSamurl! Jenkins of Prairie View ,/'..._........... .. --......._..,.... --
( ; wan runner-iip' with 16.Pralrtr \
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. ':. Vie- defeated FIsk MEET AND GREET YOUR FRIENDS AT THE
; Unh'cnrit.1.M( ) and Alcorn]
.. AK M f (88.72) on I lu way to they

.::. : JlnaK Your Watch Cleaned, Oiled, Adjusted PARROTT BAR
: Other
', um 'ni team iwiudcd* In the ninth tour Guaranteed ........................ ........ .$4.75
& Florida AAM
.'. Your Portrait-Only .............. $1.00 m c AND PACKAGE STOREr

Class Rings, Luggage, Watches, Radios

... ? :fabulous Fishing Guaranteed' Watches. ..... from $6.95 : :: tor) 111 IT: 'I'111IuST"/ :


.. i II '. ....;\. In TLo PIa. Keys DAVID JEWELERS 4368 N.W. 17th Avenue Phone NE 5.9133
'1 1188 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4.1522 ,
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than
wore 100 -' ; =
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'. It"'Urn tom notith Florida to Key
'.; WMt. the Ovvrrw Highway

'tSli lump from key to key HOME SERVICE CALLS THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY
ti. !I" "" nlncl.r cndlera! chain $ 50

one of brldw of our* ihrwteh nrvrucu'ar the' heart sonic of T Y PL 1-8381 1 I J : '. 1 PREPARE FOR

i rcai'." vrllrn Frank' 'J lwi InP" A HAPPY NEW YEAR c7'o ;
,aitlrl nn P'iorAa! T Keys fUh.Jnff CIVIL SERVICE
> In the runvnt fane! of Field my customers and friends ,
and Rlrram' V'0 '
*Anti| fmm th* hg'ldtO.,1'l0" JOE SCOTT.infhartveI J r JOBS
ricllatv: >nJ out-ofnttatcrii flab t Factor3'' TV S.ilr' anal' !t'4'I' I Ice ,

"nlftl1tl'tly! In nnf of our iri 1'1 i fI1XT.lhk, J..JfI\: m:I,:. H.\II'K: ,\ Sit Bil'.111V:" : I I'' : AND ASSURE YOURSELF

l.nr"'Mh'. jU.wnt 1 area," \\ ,1\'I It K.\I.S: (it\H.\! S'fl'IW: ) j j'OICl ,
nnlnii Mr. Mo<'. I itj LIFETIME SECURITY
Tip iinrv' art bridle! : flxhlrc ,fx 923 N.W. 62nd Street Free Delivery'! I
Infornntli. ?n.l l carrier pfc. I II II I \ \ ( : MEN WOMEN 18 To SOfW
o lorr.il!J TkTf.n'vJ
with polnlxn .
.. ,. I it; Grammar school' sufficltnl for
iar<: H7a'n7 for nrwichlng brit' c'1'C'C.I.'Crc'C'C'C'C'C, I.'I'C'C' Kx' K'ttirKt' (ti't.r'rr'rtrc'r 'f\: :" "
viu! with tl"i, nu>nij'rlcx* Mt ':' I : mane fobs. Rtctlvt full 'Information
ly of f-h| rwrnl i on how to gtt a gov'l.
-'In", rJh ... here.from I.tt., 51'1
Jrypan lob
-nrl'f .. FABULOUS i ; lob. Kttp your prtttnt
; t M''" 'mnh ta rrcdlum + aI while /
training.
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and( sr.. ," yell gruntsn1p 1l' :. .
r'BONCHE .. M"III 111"11'01 MMId M I0*"
JNerr. :'clfowuill.: mllekc l. blue.
/l"h. ,IJ1II)1(. nn trout Tacks.
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nIJll1pnl) crr"'I: r.; JnrrfI.h. I lANES ..
Jr"krJr"\11 1r"Mb h 1 r Ulrh No Strlkt'
cnhia. nlt! rrh'i'.l Hrpln.to. .- Automatic, \ Pay A aisss\ No layoUt Fr1 n8s
loll cn(1 SI.un rln ,i ftunrl Sick \tU'41 M'"1 N err
1,11, yatlr n':.....,rndDugie's WJW. I 2282 Bunche Park West Drive I PaId pold 'locatIo,,' uh.raP 't"Iont

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.e. ; I Holiday
S All,, 1Tmllll'.!: "f liu. .II.. ..
CUe Houseroom $ WISHES YOU ALL A ;l I "..j'I" '"0111I1 Itra.h 1"1-!

Him.' .. Ull.<*ii :.V.MI5snll :
Th' 'Itnsr.. "r "In (. ::11.{1 .till :N.l':. $111HI.;; .

Open 24 II"tlt. NI 4.3851 I New Year ltuw' ............. .......'...................................

S...irg i. n..li-vinsr Bowling : MriTt' . . Apt .........
See U! for rlf..n f room I o

Jamr'ic" Durie' *lways a s 1 ('''Y ... ............................... State ...-..-.-

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PAGE 12 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1962 CORE Leader Refuses To Take

\ THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.Job .
i Your Health

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Celebration"Not
,... Part In Centennial

r r : Opportunities I Engineers Electrical: Aeronautical, ElectronfesIndustrial Free" c'umstancps I joined in anv. kind

The Greater Miami Urhan Mechanical! if victory celclA-ation on "t h o
JitMcnp announces job opportunities Clerk Typist (male) WASHINGTON (ANP) still too long road to freedom"
i for the following posi- Lime Plant Operator A Washington official of the
Playground Instructor (female) : Hobson told the District'gEmancipation
lions: Congress of Racial Equality has Proclamation
; further information turned thumbs down t h
For re- on eDistrict's
committee, an affiliate of the
Si+t"no Clerk IIfnnceringDraftman the above Emancipation
Carding announce planned
II U S. Civil Rights Commission
I [ ment, contact H. Allen WhcatleyIr. i Proclamation centennial celebra
4 S* >cif) Clerk II"fount that:
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, of the Greater Miami Urban tion.
/ Clerk (male) Ieague or call FR 1-G17G.( I "I would say that the Eman-
\ rn'( '!(': Officer Julius W. Hobson, CORE
Proclamation markedthe
ipation
KMritferation: Mechanic: """' '''''' '''''(;"---'' '.- chairman here Invitation -I
rejected an
end of formal and legal bon
M I)'.*" 1'1] Plant Operator\
Uy DU. M., 11ADIN to join! a committee plan-
, dage .and maybe historyill
k I.los'iuito Control Inspector: 1 1frS
............_........"...................0--0.-..... -,1. 'IP' celebration because he mark it beginning\ of the
feels it would Ue a "grave [injustice Negroes' efforts in this country
"OUHTYHOWARD OVKIUVKIGIITLopsidod if under the present cir- to gain their freedom, but only

diets, which are high the beginning for we have i by
frS I In calories: derived from ar more distance to go than
z starches, sugars and fats, but capita than any other If this! we have come."
deficient] in essential! ) vitamins, were stopped, and the money
: nr)''duce nverwplrrht! I bndp! nv"rcharpp CUPTS: ar-i 1 fats
"P"SHOXVK
which T" actually undernour put l on fresh fruits: : and vege- In The Practice of
ished. This is the great Ameririan fables, many people would be
dietary! error. We think In '?'ipalthicr.! r dimmer and happier. Law

-u", W I.'nom- terms of mashed potatoes with Your) ('oror w") l h( "Jar'} to ay William Henry Huff for ANTi
rpid! and butter on the side discuss; ways and means to assist aim to fellowman
It ..... .. .. -' 'f-,1 help my
'Hit 1 f'red corn, and sweet rolls.)) you [in your 5tru jple against Regardless of his race,
\aron Jordan: i is home on 'icing overweight. Follow your To do the best I can
3y', as I% ''furlough! from Amarillo Air The 1 balanced: diet for proper doctor's advice and make the [In each and very every case.
nutrition includes
ve Forpp TI-I;P in Texas He 1 is green leafy new year a healthier one for I shall not care what be his
the wellow)) roots
<<';tint( b's' parents.: Mr. and vegetables vou and your family. creed,
Mich the rich vitamin
r>s carrots
Airs Toe .innlan. 1021 RW: 57th content in fruits, especially) This article is published as a That is not my concernHis -
St Wpst Hollvwood. He will 'itru, public service to interest youn legal rights shall be the
le-ivp:. for Rpaltlo: Washington better health by Dr. M. Radin, lead
is'furl' the New Year. These provide ascorbic acid 1159 NW 3rd Ave. I'll take at every turn.
> ----- (vitamin C) and other vitamins .
TIm,'".., Harbor Shop: andTlpnutv which provide calories without. \ .
Fleanor' ; [ \ Solon wish all adding much weight. The calcium
tllI'l1' friends, relatives and patrons the hodv nppds I is nrovUj.
n Happy and Prospprous "d in milk, cheese and eggs. JET TV CLINICHOME
New Year. These who can enjoy raw vegetables -

cabbage, carrots. Jpttnr-p,
Lucille Martin Dies Th" qnnfi: prownrrl VFW peppers and onions, get more : ..
1'oct: No. 8in": will rive t h e vitamins\ to the ounce. These SERVICE CALLS $1.00

Miss Lucille\ Martin, 1131 NW Ladies Auxiliary a Now Year's foods also discourage constipa[
!nth .1)1 lace. died [In Dade" County T-lvo party pt thr Chamber of tions. Day or NightWe
Hospital! : ) on Dec. 25. She was Commerce Rulldinf Monday
;II i member of the St. John Baptist "Inht nt S o'clock.! Nelfhlforing Caloric needs vary accordinett Service All Makes of
VFW invited to at > age sex. body, size\:: and ex-
t Church, the Greater Miami[ posts are
tend.] font of activttv. Nature of work Hl-FPs and STEREOSWe
Temple) Chapter of Elks): Heroines
i of Jericho! Eastern Star and personally are also!: factors.
'. fiUO: Pallbearers, Daughters of Miss Marion Williams of SW Intense, nervous personalities Also'Rent ,
.' 1 Isis, and Everglades) Past 21th St. and 18th Ave. is home rodiiiro as many calories doing
Jll1g11tRulers': \ Council. from St. Augustine College, sedentary work as n laborer TV by the week or Month
visiting her family\) during[ the creating the body of the vital.
funeral services will[ be held holidays.: This is her junior protective vitamins[ and ignoring
Monday, Doc. 31, 11 a.m. fromSt. vear. the need for balanced diet, 907 .2nd AVENUEPhone
John. All fraternal orders is i the dietary delinquency of
". arc )rpqucstPd; to assemble!: at The i Miami. Times 1 is sold at many citizens. It isn't overrating
,, the Fi.inds Funeral Home Hanks' Grocery store on Haltndalp that's bad, but overeating FR 4.2044
Stintit\ (> pet and hold litu.illMlc ); Pc-acli Blvd., left of the wrong foods. .

rites. 11th Ave. t This ( ountry C'at'cets: ppr

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