The Miami times
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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: October 27, 1962
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
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issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00340

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I Negro Detectives Nab ADDRESS JOHN SUNDAYThe B. ORR VOTERS TO \ Kennedy To Ban

"Operation Big Vote"
Shotgun Murderer Caravan Is steadily rolling Housing DiscriminationThe
alone as the campaign for the
coming election Is approachingIts
Johnny Lee Harris, a 20*year bee and Rufus Shepherd, thju close final decision t\> Issue 'are almost, all solid Democrats
old ex-convict, given to weaning 1 I the car police said he borrowedfor A pul/llc meeting held 'Sunday &n executive order banning racial already -. It may 'disaffect conservative
October 21, was well attended
funny hats, was picked out I. the Job and through the Those were' fur discrimination In federally
of a police lineup Tuesday night:' "f nny hats" he is known: ;;to ther enlightened present on voting by assisted housing has been made The housing order was promised
and Identified by Mrs. Gordon;'wear, traced Harris' whqt'J. ed city commissioner Joseph .Y. I by President Kennedy. lOGO,by election the President campaign in h i s
at 3660 NW 52nd St.
Ur as the man who killed her Dumond who spoke forcefullyand The action will be taken af.
husband.He I Harris was given a lie detector impressively.The ter' election day before the end
test said Miami Detectives$ community H! of the year. Only] a drastic, un MIAMI ATTORNEY
was' charged with first,de.,Ernie Bush and Andy Giordano attend a meeting this Sunday expected? change can stop it, ;
In ,the ; in charge of the case., at 5 p.m at 5182 NW 17th Ave. SUSPENDED ,
.slaying ofdUr during an armed Attorney, John .D. Oir, well It was expected that the Pres. '
robbery attempt Oct. 15, while Bush said that Harris had known and highly respected for ident would act 'before election; FOR YEAR
his victim's wife, May, 45, stood been a prime suspect for. his civic work and continued but the session of Congress last. recommendation
helplessly by, week. Harris was released list contribution to public relationswill ed so long that action l1 fore Acting on a
of the Florida Bar, the Florida!
January from his second ttttn be the speaker. Other not election was sidelined. Then,
Metro Detectives George, Bus In Raiford in eight years ables to be present are Earl too, there was a feeling that Supreme Court suspended! a Ml-
from the'practice
mi Friday
t attorney
Falrcloth, state Representative, Issuing the order at this time
of faw.
and Mrs. Helena Voslah of the would make the decision look '
Charged with profe5rtfonaV! !

I Beauticians Open Regional Meet Sun. I Dade The School public Board Is urged. to cooperate Officials like a political Paid gesture.the order will, was misconduct suspended, Edwin for one L. voir I.'av1si,

In this help to
''- driver do the administration more Davis "comingled" a client's1
The tenth .annual ,Regional of state president.The make America and Dado C un- harm than good. They think money with hIs own, then f>uid'
of the National Beauty Cultura hostess committee I is composed ty a better place. that while appealing prlncln, the client' '''with a wouhless
of the four local unit Free refreshment will be check the court'saId..
list League, Inc. meets here ly to the Negro voters who ;
October 28.30, with the Hampton presidents: Mrs. Billie Pitts, 42; served.
House as headquarters. Mrs.' Louise Riley, 65; Mr. Lttcille
Dr. Katie E. Wickham of New Moore, 49; Mrs. Marlon'Mul-
Orleans, is president' Mrs. Due- drow 7, chairman. They have
hler B. Hunter of ,Atlanta, supervisor completed plans for the visitors'
and Mrs. Alain! S. from the five states Geor la.
Waldon of West' Palm Beach, Florida, Alabama, North .and
South Carolina that will. attend
the regional. ,s'
Nllr ,
The official welcome break; 9kir
fast will be at Hampton House :
Sunday at 8 a.m. Some of )fl- .I
ami's, most talented will,,be 'on ,' awe
n the program. ,. ., ,
,President 'Wlckham :will bo
A highlUfhted at 3pm.at Mt,, Ion 'r ,.,1 1.+ a, ''i, 1 1S
r."g, Baptist Church, when she'' .will
be speaker at the '27th annual! 4 Y
graduating exercises of Sun P

ight Beauty School. She I is .ft y"t
lady with a message and ,an/ In. I _..4t" n' "+
: s rplred speaker.Mrs. I ,
*, a 1 ; ,
Ernestine Mahan, of Cincinnati
Ohio, president of Natl r rlr
unal pfiroJAssociation and
other skilled technicians ,will
demonstrate at the clinic each
afternoon. 1 ,
c. '. Fashions created at the clinic k kts.rt
.;' r and exciting new hair colors
lt ill bte featured at ,the Tropical '
.. Beautyrama Style Show and ,,
; ; lance at the Mary Elizabeth Fi-
I MRS. BUEHLER B. 'H'i' i I sta Room, Oct. 29. M ; + ,+ a 1 r d )I Ia If Iit


Mass Meeting On.'

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Urban Renewal Y

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Thursday r r" d p ',
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MiamI' city officials are urg ,
ing residents' to attend a mass :: ; '
meeting on urban renewal'In 'L 4;,#
Bay front Auditorium Nov. 1.
I "Particularly we want residents .
e of the Central District and
Coconut Grove to attend, since '
these areas will bo the ones: most '
affected by urban renewal. :
said Mayor Robert King 111g b. dfrj
The Urban Renewal, Rally, Ji : -
; scheduled for H pm. Nov. 1 at :
the auditorium 499 Biscayne
f Boulevard Is designed to provide : ,/t
f- information on renewal : t J ; +
programs being' considered by
the City of Miami _:
Main topic will be the proposed : 1

amendments to the city New Dentist in --"" """' ,- Mj _....__'T""""""'+ __tl ___'..-.--...-...........----- "
charter providing for urban renewal r
powers. The amendmentswill Richmond Height The meeting of East and coats with dresses matching the Fashlonetta and Audrey Taylor
be voted on at the, Nov. 8 West In the world of fashion lining, the changeable: evening Little Hiss Fashionctta. Other
general election. .Dr. Linlcston T. Cryer h sjpened : pictures, show the models fa
the : created a glamorous evening for gown an'd the"IeMkw l ,par{ and
be discussed la '
Also to
dental at( Hals some of the memorable outfit
ince' those the 1962 casual'clothes. $ sfrtkhwc'masculine :

Renew attending T
anticipated Community
Lincoln Blvd. Richmond l and a cross section view of,the
al Program for which the city Heights. of Ebony Fashion Fair. styles were the silic tv n- .audience.I .
has applied for a grant from From the mincing-stepped ea>'ing shirt and tIM .1MvtItH coati I i
Urban Renewal.. I. Dr. Cryer is a native e trance of the kimono garbed for the }"unded4ecS" man Of all Proceeds from the affair will a
Administration.Congressman. Louisiana and a graduate of provide funds for, the maintenance
orientals to the last flourishingturn the lovely' models; Tem Springer -
: Dante B. Fas- Southern University. lie won of the bridal couple the seemed to 'capture >the'heart'of of Gamma Zeta Omega's
cell will speak on Federal pro his dental degree from Mebarry enhancement. was complete. the crowd (aiwur with Jorge projects for exceptJonaJchild.*
grams from which Miami may Medical College. Ben-Hur, of cotim,) ren. The members of the 'Miami
benefit. Mayor High will be lie served two years with the Though Oriental-Inspired creations chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha
chairman of the meeting and U., S./Army as a medical Service highlighted the e b o w Pictured above ,starting in Sorority wish to express their
members of the City Commission .Officer and a year with the Fla.State"'Board many conventional outfiu created the upper, left are the Fashion* appreciation ,to the public foe
will take part in the dis of Health as a Uen&l their own ripples of etta contestants: Cora Kias y, their generous support of t h ft
cussion. intern. iation. Well received appreceI I I I attendant;; :, Bette Espy Miss show.


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; "Crazy Hat Tea"Sunday SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, Id62

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TL' -V.N I "Crazy Hat at Tea" will be held i- Family Portrait -;- It

I m $*:; this Sunday afternoon, October -;-
'28' at the Fine' Arts Conservatory
-' arida. I: : 1< from 4-6 p.m. on the I benign salute to MRS I in the Insurance selling for :a
., A
i"r'\i"r'J':: :""' (: "'f, grounds of the Conservatoryand ANNIE M EDA WARDS who number of years. Mrs, McNealIs
t'J \ ''c/_ In the FAC auditorium. was DO years old October is.. widely known for her interest .
I ..., \ The school's secretary, Mrs. Mrs Edwards Is a native ofGeorgia. In civic, fraternal and re
4f- lii.jflI Doris Williams heads the committee She spent the greater ligious work She is a member
.. :- "':', --. By RUTII N. POLITE ",. of mothers diligently part of her adult life in Thom of the Church of the Open Door
working to help build a new asville. There she had the distinct Congregational, Delta SigmaTheta
SCRAPBOOK GEMS A Prayer I'I profession .of cosmetology. recital and dance hall at the honor of becoming the Sorority, Phyllis Wheat-
For World Peace. Our Father, Conservatory, as well as give first r on the all icy Art and Social Club and the
who has Instructed us to live In ORGANIZATIONS. Poinsettia scholarships In music, dance and white nYankee faculty of Sunshine ClUb,
loving harmony with our neigh Bridge Club. When this bevy of art to outstanding and descrying Allen Normal Industrial School. I Mrs. Wright is the wife of
bors help us to break away "high fashioned" schoolmarms students the community. This school was a well known ; Principal Robbie Wright, Silver
from the age old habit of war. met at Mrs. HAZEL C. SAN All proceeds will go to these of the Amer I Oaks School. She Is currently
Keep us mindful of the vision of DERS' home a fortnight ago, projects.Director. [dMyssinnary Association. serving as head librarian at
the prophets who foresaw the they elected Miss MAUDE ELLISON Ruth Greenfield, She served as teacher: there for I Brownsville Junior High School.
day when no one shall make as president and Mrs. Joanne Levine, piano; Willie nearly 30 years before retiring.She She brought to Dade County a
wa'r anv more and no one need EVELYN WILLIAMS, secretary Williams, voice and members of has since lived in Miami wealth of experience In the field
T>e afraid. Mav we as individuals' The following named gels the Ballet-Jazz corns of the with her daughters of librarianship She served for
garnered prizes: MesdamesThelma classes of Susan Stadler will entertain
be Inspired bv the brave' men six yars as librarian at State
and women who have kept this Outler; first? Mrs' after refreshments. The Teachers College In Fayetteville,
throughout the Maude Chandler, second; Sue I public Is cordially Invited.
dream aglow I N.C. and as Catalog Librarian
consolation Evelyn
centuries. May the day come Francis Williams, Hallowe'en., and Other I at Dlllard University In New
when men will no longer arm to I Orleans. Prior to her coming
tolll and when nations will live members present were Alma Garden Club Holds here as librarian at Carver High
Brooks Verma
:as families In a far-flung com ; School, she spent nearly five
Dobbs Caretha Bawl Victoria MeetingThe
munity. Help each of us to bean 9 :
years as Army librarian at
Webb and Lennie Fannln.
Instrument of taking i
Camp Livingston In Louisiana.
Friendship Garden and
time and thought to share reasoned CWEST CLUB was royally en' Civic Club held Its semi-month- Mrs. Wright Is a graduate of
: opinions. We pray for thy tertained by hostess ATHALIB Iv meeting at the home of Mrs ir'b Talladega. Her major field of Interest .
spirit to prevail that there maybe
M. RANGE. This gala affair took In under graduate school
peace In our world 'and ,the ChelHe: Ester, 5539!) NW 31st Ave. 4
'place Tuesday evening. The was English. She received a M.
Or*. 20.The d '9
world of future generations.Amen.
-lw! weather was conducive to wearIng -' highlights of the meetInsr A. decree In library science at
*# 'ones fall finery. Mrs. Lucille were the reports from the .5 1 Hampton Institute. She too, Is
Riou and Mrs. Winifred Thompson various committees namely the member of The Church of the
ABOUT PEOPLE. A native were stunning in their linen weekly sewing;; nrolect conducted : Open Door and Delta Sterna
Pahatnian. DR. DORIS JOHN. 'suits. A highlight of the meeting at Youth Hall bv Mesdames Theta Sorority. The Wrlehts reside
SON h creating a fierce politl- was a report made by Mrs. Reed and Yeaper: the Lantana at "Wright Happl-nest",
rl whirlwind on the Island before Elizabeth Curtis on recent State nlant nrolert reported on by 4401 NW 14th Ave.
the general elections takenlare Planning Conference of Federated Mrs. MaHorle Wake. Club His. Mrs. Edward fa justly:: nrondof
in November. She Is a Clubs which was held on the torv by Mrs E. C. Thomas. her two well rounded daueh-
HiHant woman with a penchant west coast. The report revealed The club demonstrated Its ters. She does not talk long without .
.r retting at the heart of a so- that THE FLORIDA ASSOCIATION civic responsibility by contributing making freonent referentsto
r'M' nroblem and doing something of WOMEN'S CLUBS Will to the United Fund, The her "children" as' she afee-
: constructive about the holds its next June meeting in Urban League, The Tubercu k 9 tlonately call thp.rrt."h.."""*.
r attor. She Is running for an Pensacola. This 55 emerald year
loafs Association
and the Men out the length and breadth of
IninArtant office. This is :unique celebration will take on a festive tal Health Association.The Mrs. Edwards is tne widow of the U.S., she is known as Motheror
fn the annals of Nassau. Just celebration 'of commeratlon. climax of the meeting the late EDGAR JACOBS EDWARDS "Mother Edward *.".'-
before the House of Assembly "Dimensions in Democracy" foToday's r was a beautiful flower arrangement a tailor who came to !served!; hundreds of younppeople
rjo ed its recent session, this Women and Youth, has and demonstration by Mrs. Thomasville from Charleston, whom she tH1O'ht .. n .'
nu<'nct. body granted women In been selected as the general Miriam Stirrup. After which a S. C. From this union two counseled Here In Dsd P! ,'tvtv.
the Island:; the right to vote. Sir theme. Sharing in the club report delicious repast was served by daughters were born, Mrs. AN. she has endearel herself to
Pohert stapledon moved the and the meeting of the eVe the hostess. NETTE EDWARDS McNEALand all whom she has touched." She
election date from June to November nlng _were Mesdames Mena Mrs. Eartha Styles, reporter ]Mrs. HAZEL EDWARDS lives with daughter Ann nP and
so that women might Jackson, president; Eddie Dan WRIGHT. Mrs. McNeal Is a husband at 1730 NW 57th St.
hove the opportunity to vote for leIs, Blanche Dean, Annie Mae teacher at Dorsey Junior High We salute MOTHER, For).
ncjoornblymen of their choice. If Twine, Carrie Johnson, Bessie Announcement School where she has taughtart WARDS as she reaches her
'ha date had not been moved Slater, Mattle Barkley, Myrtle and crafts for many years. nlntleth milestone of a beautiful
f i a: v ars: would have elapsedbefore Davis, Daisy Benson as well as The Social Savings Club Is She Is a graduate of Talladega and philanthropic Hfe.! H"-
they would have beenh' the ladies mentioned above. celebrating Its 27th anniversary College and New York University children and the teeming other
*-'\> 1", to have voted for tne\ election on Sunday, eAME 3:30: where she earned the masters who revere her rise and call
STATE for urch
of assemblymen again; The St. Zion degree She is married to'S, her blessed.( Thank :you. dear
ciitcnmp of this election is go- Teachers of Home Economics 1628 NW 5th Ave. Rev. Prldgon,, Leon McNeal. Mr. McNeal is an lady for life of Inspiration
'In+ to play an Important part in Education, Oct. 25-27 is being pastor, The public Is cordlaly in accountant and he has worked to the youth of today.

1'1"+"mntn"' whether the conservative held this week end on the cam vited. ................L.L.L.L L L' . . , -
Bahamian Party of the owl of Bethune Cookman Col Davis -- iiiiiiiiiiii
Mrs. iiiii
Mary president ---"- T I TT BLS TT-
PIP (Progressive Liberay Party lege. Local home economic I Mrs. Margaret Tayolr, secretary
) become the leading party. specialists who will participateon Personal Mention
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Best wishes are extended to the programs, are Mrs. -

Dr. Johnson in this historic Maude K. Reid Mrs:, Mary Lou Hamberry, Hazel Simmons, Rose
overture for the status of women -Adams, Mrs. Wllhelmenla Thomas Stewart, Thena Crowder, Lem AAAAAJ.AJJ.J.1i4444.--i .-. L.L.. .II& -. -.L.l.illl-
of the land of the pink and Miss Edwina Scavella. mle Mitchell, Portia Sands Gus. Mrs Felicia
2 saris. I wvru Taylor of Washington which only about 30 of the some
ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA SORORITY sie Dobbs, Mary Davis, Gwendo- D. and Mrs. Marie M. 300 American doctors attendingthe I
Mrs. EMILY ELIZABETH lyn Cherry, Marie Roberts, Ponce of Arlington, Va., are Congress was invited.
Gamma Zeta
WRIGHT who is a registered ; Inc. chap. Maude K. Reid Edna Deveaux, house guest of Mr. and Mrs. I
nurse at Jackson Memorial Hospital Fashion Maude Portler Hazel Alfredo, Charles II. Williams, 1370 NW
Is at home recovering Fair was' a success In a two- Lest I forget: at this point, may 6th Ave.

smoothly. Her aunt, Mrs. ROSA told manner. Culturally It ,en I mentlon.that a program commemoratlng e
hanced the esthetic side of the
WILLIAMS who has been act the establishmentof ,
ing as her nurse, is returning to Community: life. Financially, it : The United Nations was an Dr. Carl E. Yaeger Sr., his returned h
her home in Gainesville on'Sunday helped to expand the service to additional high point of the from Mexico City, where
Mrs. MAYNOR HALLis exceptional children, to which meeting. he attended the Fourth World
bedded at Jackson Hospital. they have contributed more Congress of Cardiology. This
We are sorry to report Prig than $35000 during a ten year Congress, which meets- every
IDA RATCLIFFE Is out of the tv"'rlod. Concrete evidence of BRIDE AND GROOM Miss four years, brings together the 1, .
hospital and back in the confines their project are the furnishings Adrienne Puyol. daughter of leading heart specialists from :' s.iJ
of her home recuperating nf room at Christian Hospital Mr and Mrs. Adrian M. Puvo all over the world for confer 1 4}
. Dade County Junior Colege's The room 1'I'll 1 labeled as such. All fir, was Joined In wedlock Oct ences, clinics and advanced studies -, l; '
loss is Allen University'sgain of the eoiilnment In the Floral 26 to Atlas Turner, son of Mr In Cardiology. )
in securing the services of fTei"htq Elementary classroom: and Mrs. Moses Turner In the More than 'ft > 1,1
OTIS HAYWOOD. He has been for the deaf and hard of hearing Rectory of St. Agnes: Episcopal from 5!) 5,000 physicians :
In his new position for nations attended t his. i "
quite a child has been purchased with Church by the Venerable Father meeting. Dr.
few YaeKer
weeks. the nroceeds from !? was the
previous Tohn E. .Culmer. Mrs. Turner Is only American Negro
The great sportsman CLEVE *"0V"orwi Ebony Fashion Fairs. i secretary at Rainbow Park One of the social highlights registered.
LAND SAMPSON, was host to Children have'en benefited Elementary School. Best wishes his visit was a special invitation of
the Algonquin Club on Tuesday There are marry more projectsto and may all your happv married: to a HCOCAktailand .buffet
evening "The Chic Rev. which we criuld refer but suf- way be free of care and strife. at ,. supper
H. E. S. REEVES of the Miami fire It.to say that you who sup. Embassy, to
Times and his n e p hew I inorted this uroun !In their regent -- i Airman Basic Thedford John-
CHARLES C. NORTH flew fund raising project CONGRATULATIONS on your son Jr., son of Rev. and Mrs.
down to Jamaica for a few daysof I trlhuted to a worthy humanlt-, con- Wedding Anniversary! Mr. and Royal Twenty Club Thedford Johnson of 1148 NW

rest and a business venture. tartan cause No AKA.. Including Mrs. Eugene Tynes, Oct. 23; Mr. 3rd ave., is being reassigned to
New recreation worker in the their supporters stand so TALL and Mrs. William Rolle, Oct. 27; Clubed Twenty Amarillo AFB, Texas, for technical
Coconut Grove Center is Mrs. Aq when they Contribute to help Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dean, Oct.CONGRATULATIONS Its regular meeting training as a U. S. Air
ANNA-JEAN BLUE She is exceptional children. 31. at the home of Mr. and Mrs Force supply specialist
working under the supervisionof x Eddie Denard of Coconut Grove.

the "dean" of recreation workers Helping In a very special way Plans were finalized for the Airman Johnson, who completed
SHORTY HOLTON on your sponsoring the first phase of his military
When o Rtwrk the. Ebony Fashion Natal of another "Poor
need the Day. Edna Mae Samuels Man's training at Lackland AFB.
services Fair ,
you of those
winners pinner. Other
who grace the platform as Woman's \"ICi'Ci'f TASTTTONETTA$Mrs. BetLITTLE Oct. 26; Derrick A. Davidson, were discussed and considered projects was selected for the specializedcourse
Lois A. the basis
of his inter
Day speakers consider a t.V F.Anv: MISS FASH- Sweeting, Amelia A. for action at a later date. ests
list of such distinguished ladles IONF.T'r Audrey Taylor, and Jones, Sadie Beckham, Leo Adderle The chairman of the Sunshine and aptitudes.
as Mesdames MARY LOU ATTENDANT to Miss Fashion. Oct. 27; Doris Laughlin, Johnnie! ?
BROWN of Winftred Beaham ,Bennie who is con
Opa-locka; MYRTLE etta, Miss Cora Kinsey Ise Lou. Johnnie Smith
DAVIS, WALTON Y. ROBIN. White, Oct. 28; Ell Powell, fined at Jackson Memorial Hos-, THE FINE ARTSCONSERVATORY
SON, GUSSIE GAMBLE, CLORA THE, AMERICAN Association Jr., Gladys, Crawford Ernestine pital. '
PEARSALL, and a host of others of University Women. Com Davis; Ermatlne Holton, Calvin The After-meeting social was
whose names shall appear in 'I,. and news analyst Allen, Alice Barnswell, L. c. enjoyed by a host of guests as
this column from time to time. RALPH RENICK:;: was guest Matthews,, Oct. 29; Osle Mae well as the members. The hostess ., in its 11th year of quality

EMANUEL THOMPSON, are !speaker at the,Saturday general Curry, Lundy: Karen Williams, was warmly thanked by
tlstic1 coiffeur who owns and op- luncheon meeting, which was Vera Johnson, Mrs. Vassle Denard for 'providI teaching, of music dance,
crates' Emanuel's Beauty Salonin held In the recreation room of Oct, 30: Rosetta V: Kershaw, of a dazzling and lavish array Art, drama.
has the Riverside Eugene E. Kemp, Oct. 31. party goodies.
the Opa-locka area, re- Baptist ,Church. The
next meeting will be held
turned after vacation which Mr. Renick shared the
a uncen-
615 N.W.
Sunday Oct. 28 at the home 60th Street
him to Stauton Va. his sored highlights of THOUGHT of
took State Department FOR THE WEEK Mr. and :Mrs. Roosevelt Denard
birth place;;' Phlla., '\Washington, conference on internation Explorers lament that there's 37M Frow Ave. Phone 757-1351
New York, Maryland.' included I al1 tensions" under discussion allover nothing left to hunt for on this :Mrs. Ermatlne Holton I.

in his vacation plans several :the world. Among the huge globe. How about a little'dent Mrs. Ethel Peavy, ,report.presi Ruth Greenfield, director
courses in new trends In the crowd were members Juanita PEACE. er.




Dollar "Apartheid" Suit HOSPITALMiami's NAACP Asks JFK To Protect I

struggling Christian
Miss. Integration LeadersWASHINGTON
TALLAHASSEE In a new FBI Director, J. Edgar Hoover Hospital which seems to be

and forceful action on the civil: Justice John Marshall Harlan, coming into its own under the President greatly heightened," Pre cLmt i
rights front today, the Talla' sole dissenter in the issue of guidance of AdministratorFrank Kennedy was urged this weekto Kennedy was advised.
hassee Chapter of CORE (Congress *;i separate but equal in the last Polonko and Board invoke all means at his disposal
of Racial: : Equality) entered century, the brief quoted the Chairman, Dr. W. A. Chapman, to protect life, limb and "We respectfully urge," the
a one million dollar suit in poem "Merry-Go-Round" by got another financial boost this property of Negro integration NAACP official continued, "that
the U. S. District Court against Langston Hughes in its entire week. leaders in Mississippi.The the U. S. Government Invoke'
three policemen the ty"IS
City Manager *
operators of the Carousel L. L. Brooks of Bonded Rental appeal came from Bishop every means at Its disposal
Restaurant Stephen Gill Spottswood, chaIr. to ensure the safety of those
in the local and
tfus station Agency James McClel
the RUSSIA man of the NAACP Board of Directors now or likely In the future to'
City Commossloners land of Amedlc and
and the Surgical who cited the bombingof be, exposed to reprisals by reasons -'
owners of the Trail- Equipment
Supply gave dona the home of Dr. J. L. Allen of their activity in behalfof
ways Bus Station CATCHING US" tions of $1,500 each to help of Columbus, vice chairman of racial justice.
Citing the City Commission. liquidate the hospital equipment the Mississippi :States Advisory
ers and the City Manager as Russia, not the United States, debt. i Committee to the' U. S. Commission "It is conceivable In this con
having pursued and enforced "a nection that the reaction thru-
is Civil Rights.
caught in, a missile Another gift to the
policy of apartheid" in Talla out the state might be such that
hassee,,the suit calls for $100- According to careful and offlcltl week tent was for a croupette children an Bishop Spottswood's letter, only the !broad dispersal federal
000 in actual damages and $900 oxygen by dated Oct. 17, also cited bomW- forces 'would suffice to provide
000 in punitive damages. Listedas estimates ''of thousands of atrician.Dr. Dazelle. Simpson, local pedi ings of the properties of Dr. Gilbert effective assurance.
plaintiffs are CORE members U. S. experts and intelligence I Mason and Dr. Felix Dunn
Rubin Kenon James Ham analyst, the comparative strik NAACP leaders in Biloxi and "Unhappy! though such an action
ilton, Julius Hamilton. Ira Sim Gulfport, respectively, and the would be, we believe it
mons and Patricia Stephens.The ing power of the Soviet Union American shores, the United firing Negro homes In would be thoroughly justified
and the United States is over. States has 2,500. Leake County. should the circumstances we
suit arises from the ar ,
whelmingly in favor of Uncle .
rest of the five CORE membersat Sam. The study conceded that Rus The "frequency and' Intensityof fear actually materialize Bishop
the Carousel Restaurant on sia has more medium-range telephoned threats have Spottswood added.
September 25 this year. They These conclusions were reach. atomic missiles, but none to hit
were refused service and bodily ed in a study published today targets in the U. S.
removed from the restaurantby by Look magazine.The I Investigate Without Obligation
local police. The suit states "Russia does not have the,
that the officers "acting under. study said that while missiles to wage an effensiv
color of law" enforced a policyof Russia and the United States war against the U. S.," Look Care-Craft School for Nurses Aids
"racial discrimination and( have roughly an equal number said, adding:
of operational ICBM missiles
(Soviet Union: 50-75, America: ::It does not have the air Fall and Winter Classes Now FormingTen
INJUNCTION REQUESTEDIn 60 plus,) the Soviets have vir planes: to do It. It does not have

addition to the million dot misses Polaris-type submarine the power to launch an attack Week Course Night
and survive the counterblow ,Day or
lars, the suit asks for an inJunction in station. The U. S. has .
against each of the de-I 00. "In short, It Is concluded that REGISTER NOW
fendents, restraining them from Aditlonally the SovIetS' Russia does not dare attack the
maintaining or enforcing the only 1150 heavy' bombers United States with atomic weapons
" 1711 West Flagler Call FR 9-7357
policies and practices of apartheid i'capable of an intercontinentalstrike I Ir
and racial segregation the Look study revealed, I _
LANGSTON while America has 600 plus. In .
the medium.bomber'Cl83S
Soviets have 1,000 planes of
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that he Is unquestionably n black man fits the iterations of'the Miamian Opens
FAfcE: 4 of his same
'Jamaica majority a re
people of hllq predominant
ethnic 'straIn. ? ,' i dt-. 1U,.Mortuary f: : :"Business

t hie care under circumstance*! **.* r' i *
He, therefore till} ftart put on '
most favourable to Ms .acce iance and to his success. lei cortgratu'l'., In Clewiston><
;- '- 11'I : latlng him and Mrs,'Campbell ,Upon this, pre.erttent t appointment,., t.

".--- .-,-- .. --: '..\\ot'-... !1lw:" ';;:"'-!'f'r".," --.... :--...: :"=-..::. it .Is only fair to say ,that a tremendous' respohsijfllity Constitution rests?,'ti&prt: balmer"WJjjlo' and Young funeral, licensed director em.,
", him as he sets' forth at the summit of the;Country's ..who for thepast six years was

--! ll\ln--Offlle" at,6740'. Nhv. IBtb Aveiine 'Phone OX 1.0421 : Jamaica expects of him u complete dedication tq the service of, al> employed by the 3 Range Funor
on8 FRt8" q Jamaica of party.. al' Home of this city where he
ltr nrli nl 'J2 Jy.W. 'J'h 1 od 'Avg, lIaIW"Florid""ir; regardless served and completed
.__.. ., of Jamaica is "Out of Many One People..' his an-
motto ,
n. lr."SHlI M" U1tEhVIGB: Editor'knd'.t'D }fAbert. I prenticeship training is present.
(IART.i, i RE1hyVES,,MstwagnP11urm1rTION .... ly completing plans for the
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rf10. .J. the Young's: Harlem
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".. :$ 'LLAZ'LDi9..' .: s. I t':, THE, CUBAN CRISIS ,Funeral Home In the town of
9NE YEAn t$a.oti :fJ>X 'rsbYV'r>FIt.OO ry G rl'1 ..ooI G :, Clewiston. Fla. '
:: ; Wednesday of this week was, United Nations Day.TJiis .
I Member'pt, .be.A8s"i Negtoe sS : '
t oeiatloAaCwte.(9l I 17th anniversary found that body confronted: with 1a cr
Member of the NatloJ\t!! iw..paP'r..ryblt8beffi?
;serious problem This crisis in. Cuba. AmbassadorA'dl'ad t
as .Second Cla&! Matter, August 9, 1927, 'at the IOfj1.Ot. !'c" !'Stevenson asked the Security Council of the, United
'. March. 3, 1878'YE .>
t Miami, Florida, under the act of ; "
,... . ,. Nations to halt the build up of arms In' Cuba which, poses s
a great''threat g

The Soviet foreign minister denied ;the charge of installing -
Editor was In Jamaica last week attending the Fourteenth !
offensive weapons saying the United States was
annual: convention of the Inter-American Travel Agents Society
using 'a falsehood for aggression against an innocent
which opened on Wednesday, October 1?. country.

A band and reception committee met the agency group a t The Cuban ambassador rejected the plan offered

:the airport. by the United States, saying Cuba would never accept
Leaving Miami on Thursday with travel agents, Charles North inspection on Its territory.

:and Jackson Cooper of Cleveland, Ohio, we were in Montego Bay, The Council of Organization of the American States

.one hour and 10 minutes later.. This was Ye Editor's first flight supports the action of the United States. ..

on a ,707 Boeing Jet,,Certainly: ,Jt was,. ,enjoyable) '" t The bloc'ade' is in force although at this writing none
Afler a Sfcminute: in,Mbntegojtey,we proceeded to,Kingston I
; :
> of the 25 Russian ships reported on ;the way to Cuba has
: "capital city, w$ere; the!ffrst} session, of,'the: conferencewas as, yet been stopped. Reports are that some of the ships
held.Greeting us were President Earl Kennedy and the manager have changed their course.

: of the Myrtle Bank hotel. Shortly !after :we left on _a 2.and-a' : There is no question that the United States is ready a I:., {
;half hour tour through city and country-side taking 'us to Ocho for eventualities. With ,
any buildup of and
a !
army navy Mr. Young 1< disabled
3 a
Hlos (land of eight ,rivers ) here at the beautiful -
we ? personnel and equipment some tension exists. of World War II and Is to be
.Arawak hotel. Following dinner, music, dancing, 'calypso and Secretary General Thant 'Chas appealed to Premiere commended for his achievement.His .
'other forms of entertainments amidst tropical setting; around. th Khrushchev to stop shipping to many friends and acquaintances
I arms Cuba and has 'asked of the Miami and Opa-
:swImmIng pool and on the ocean front were enjoyed. President
Kennedy to lift the United States blockade. locka areas will be happy to
Friday morning's business1 session was Interesting with guest Let us hope that some satisfactory solution to the learn of his venture.An .

:speaker Peter Currass of TAN, CEA and ABC airlines informing crisis will be found, but whatever happens that a nuclear invitation is extended to
;the group of the beauty of Ecuador, Panama and other Latin war will be avoided. all to attend the dedication and

American countries. Greater Miami Chapter of :the American Association Open House which will b VicePresident.Iiilton, Hill, presided. President Earl Kennedyhad on Sunday Nov. 4, at 3 pm
of the United Nations will have a UN Cottillion at the ,Irs. M. Athalie Range, his former .
remained In Kingston for an Interview with the Tourist Miami Beach auditorium on Sunday evening, October 28. I employer, has graciously:
Board, Sir Kenneth Blackburn' ? former governor, and 'SIr, Alexander Guests will include the Consular Corps of Miami and I consented to give the Dedicatory

Bustamante. the International students at the University of, Miami address.
During the afternoon another interesting tour took,us throughthe ,

country, visiting the Dunn's River Falls and several beach I'f- I!.!...".,-l f( .t> Drive Carefully!
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hotels ""'- "" "':; "':; "" '' ""
Including the San Soudcl,, Tower Isle, Cassa Montego,:Plan "'- "" "" < ''

tation Inn, Silver Seas and l Falcon Dip. At the latter we were x t FINEST SELECTION IN MIAMI

dinner guests (there. were also two other travel agents groups

at the A feature hotel.) of the trip on thIsoccaslon was 'the welcome ad '1w'a LOVELY HOMES OPEN

dress of the Hon. Robert Lightburne, 'Minister of Trade and In h

dustry. .
Returning to the Arawak our',place'of, abode, we were ready : EZ Terms I Less than rent
to call it a day. ; ,

On Saturday 'morning up' at.6:15.: \6':30; :: Ye Editor ahd Travel : 1364 NW 44th Street

Agent Joseph DeLane took';a 00-mlnute ocean swim on the 4'' : $350 down. No closing costs buys the loveliest housein

beautiful beach bf the,: Arawak. The, last business session was : Manor Park. Gorgeous interior 2 Florida
held and the following: officers: elected:, Hilton 11111, president; I II I

Joseph DeLane, secretary; Charles North. treasurer, Clarence : .
Hahn, board member, 745 NW 46th Street

After lunch we checked out from the, Arawak and were on : Brand new. Move right in. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths,
the way ,to Montego Bay. : Fla. room. We are building this model on other lots.

Ocho RIos Is really a glamorous resort area. There Is much to : Make your choice today!, $lG,900 total. Large dis-

:see and admire. But to see Jamaica, one should have at least two ; : count for big down: ,payment.' Best buy on ,a new

weeks.. All the hotels we saw, and there : house. _
were many along the Mrs. Geneva Murray
:seashore, were attractive and beautifully furnished. : I '

It's ,Saturday\ and we are at Montego Bay, Jamaica's second Crowned Mrs. : 4701 NW 10th Ave.
city ,and one of the, oldest in the island. has EbenezerMrs. I
It Its own interna Lovely CBS corner home in heart of Manor Puke
tional airport, served dally by eight airlines., .
Evelyn Brown who : $400 total down, owner pays closing costs. $76
There are many points of interest including ruins of a Span. reigned as "Mrs. Ebenezer" for month. your
ish monastery at Miranda Hill and the Parish Church, fine the past year, very graciously
cru A
ciform structure built stepped from her throne
Sunday, Oct. 14 as Mrs. Geneva
We enjoyed the courtesies of the Casa Montego hotel on Saturday Murray became the new Mrs. 1000 NW 75th Street

and Sunday. The Martin tours and others were intelligent Ebenezer.Mrs. Huse corner house. 2 baths and!! huge Fla. room. .Terrific -

,and courteous. We ar e indebted to the Tourist Board for having Spencer. Murray Murray is the the mother wife of of : for only; $400 down. $80 per month. ".

had such a wonderful, visit.Jamaica's three lovely chlidren. AntlBa- : _

newest, hotel, Is the luxurious Sheraton-Kingstoiie silcus of Chi Eta Phi Sorority, : \ 1112 NW 77th Street
: erected at a cost of 14t; )OO,000. It opened for business in a public health registered nurse, :
I this year. July ''of and a very ardent church work. ,: Gorgeous CBS duplex, 2 bedrooms' and Fla. room

er.This ach sidle. Lovely 1 quiet Live free for
The Travel area. rent only
agents group include: Earl Kennedy, Detroit; success makes her the $600 down. ..
! 'Hilton Hill, president; Charles North, treasurer; Jackson Cooper, first woman to wear the new _
' secretary; Mrs. l reddye Henderson, Atlanta; T. Morris Williams crown and cape, a gift to the -. -------
Mexico City; Alberta Deveaux, 'Los Angeles cnurch from some of its memo 1100 NW 75th Street
; Jake Henderson, At bers, given in memory of their
lanta; Dr.; and Mrs. ,H Shorter.TH. Mrs loving mother 3 gorgeous brand!
. : and C. Shorter, Atlanta; the late Mrs. new homes. Must see this today.
i ,Dr. and, Mrs C. .W. Wright, Detroit:; Joseph DeLane, Detroit; Miss Anna Presented Kelly Smith. Builder reduces down payment. Really beautiful.

t Charlotte Coffield, Silver Springs, Dd> Miss Roberta Barnes, a Wall Plaque to Mrs.of Christ Murray, "The was Choose yours now!
I Jamaica has 'a new Governor _. 4fc _
General, Sir Clifford Clarence Prince of Peace. -----

: Campbell, whose .appointment to the high ,office of Head of the Throughout the 1962 fiscal 33421 Thomas Avenue I
country was approved by Queen Elizabeth Octotter year Mrs. Murray will reign over
on 18. He all the activities sponsored by (Coconut Grove)
succeeds Sir
II Kenneth Blackburn and
In the local Like
ber 1st. Decem church. organizations.. in the new CBS. huge 3-bedroom, 2 baths, hardwood
The Campbells have four children. The women of the church are Fla. room dinin* room. No qualify- .
In,an editorial 'on. ,October 19 ,the Jamaica" very proud of Mrs. Murray and Ing. Move right in. $500 down. Reduced price.
Daily Gleaner
says: congratulate- her for a 'job well *. .
.. done. ,
HONOUR AND DUTY During the 1961 Woman's Day ::

"The choice of Mr. C. C. Campbell as Jamaica's first native- Drive, Mrs. Murray served as NEWS REALTY :
general chairman.
born Governor-General satisfies the principles of orderly sequenceand was a grand success.This In effort Mrs.'

fulfills .the'instinctive motivation of Independence in termsof Ebenezer express: appreciation (The Broker That Works
the masses. Mr. Campbell has graduated from school teacherto Ebenezer xpress appreciation You)

Member of the Legislature to Speaker of the Lower House to to and all her friends, colleagues, 4600 NW 7th Ave. PL 4.0655

President' of,. the Senate, and now finally to the highest honour sponsible churchmen in helping who her were achieve re- (Open Sunday)' .

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IN AND AROUND I Northwestern Students Take Bowling I

THE BAHAMAS I Another first for Pin-Land ren are picked up at the school COLUMBIA tlua") DAY1J)SUSSKINwcno.'r
Lanes as the first school and taken to Pin.Land for their

o')('''<'''''''' I bowling program for ,our community bowling session ;and retained: In

Picketing by straw 'market started last Monday. i I time for their next class.

vendors members of the Bahamas Shown above :are the students I Each class (Is accompanied' bya RR SA
Federation of Labor' from Northwestern Iflsh:: School I physical education instructor
marked the opening of the Ha- taking. their first (mentationclass and I Is taught by thj competent
hamas Legislature on Sent. 25. on lliwllng.I Pin-Land staff of bowling in
A delegation representing the I, I structors. This is another of the
Vendors, and members of the Fully the Dade youth building programs of Pin-
Woman's Suffrage Movement I i County School Boar the child I Land bowling lanes. I
heard the Governor In the Lei ------------------
islatlve Council, and moved later I f T>.Jr..iT..Jr.JJJr': TJI'.Jr..Jr.z.zJl'JTJrJT.JUT TJrJrJr.rJT i .u..I.c"I.u..IIJIJI". : .K.

t to the House of Assembly., NEW DELUXE DREAM HOME I Plus Rory Calhoun in "The Domino Kid"
The vendors displayed pla
cards with the signs: "Give us
decent working conditions;; I-
; yesterday, sundry
"Rain wet me
me today;" "We want shelter Sunday 2 to 6 p.m.
"Give us this day our LIB-CITY
daily bread;" "No job, no vote," 1795 NW 51st StreetNo
"My child is hungry." They
were led by Randol Fawkes, closing costs No qualifyingPay
MHA for the Southern District.

weekly or monthly DRI VE IN THEA TREox'

The body of Mrs. ,Sarah Cash Week day -667:6984 Nights UN 5.8728 '
was found Monday morning, 1.7959 22nd Ave and 69th St.
24 the shores of Mon
Sept. rrE rFrrYB M rr MMMr rrB .Yr.r.
., tagu Beach. Mrs. Cash lived with YK [LKKKKrKKKKKKKKKKK K.KKK lClC her daughter, Mrs PearlIne Cot # .. ... .
lid She left home 'about 7-30 NOW PLAYING
Sunday evening, when she did WELCOME BEAUTICIANS!
not return at a late hour, a
searching party set out to look
for her. The body of the 69.year- All products demonstrated Monday and Tuesday, r
old woman was found at 550.:

She died from drowning. Oct. 29 and) 30 at Hampton House distributed. by lIE IJIOIIS
Mrs. Cash was the wife of the .. ..
late Alfred Cash, an uncle of LIlli.
the Hon Gerald Cash Besides WM. J. O'BRIEN & CO. OIl, I He knew whatwas..and
her daughter, Mrs. Collie, she Is she
;t survived by two sisters, Mrs. :u III I he loved her'
Mabel Carrol and Mrs. Kathleen 7211 N.W. 2nd Avenue PL 9.2766'J'.I22"1t
Haven. Clark GABLE

During a short ceremony In :
the reading room of the Southern 'd 171" xl1"'t'I.1.1! '' f'nft: 4g q p w. Lana'TURNER

Public Library on Sept. 23, FIRST STARTS S

the Government first copy, of by'The Ran Bahamas dolFawkesi 1 MIAMI SUNDAY ; Victor MATURE

was presented to Mr .4 hMO MsS .
ghtbody, director of education '
Dr. Cleveland Enea TJJrcc.
presided, and the lion EugeiK I
Dupuch gave an appreciation

the book. Badge of Honor 322 N.W. 14th fr, bl)50 N.W. 7th Avei
The and Queen's Certificate were awarr"ed it r ', r .!igik Louis CALIIERN

to 26 Bahamians on Sept. 2P
for cllstlnnilshed service to thf I I A
Colony. The presentations wer: i
made In the ballroom of Govern MAN WITH
i 'en*. House bv His Excellano
the Governor, Sir Robert StapleS "CtlS1RENtrTH t
don, KCMG, CBS. Those honor n.
ed are persons from the, city TAE S1EEL
and some of the Out Islands i
,. who have made valuable! contributions O .TECHNICOLORTOTALSCOrp, w
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The House of Assembly was I
dissolved by the Governor on I II }
II I 4 r
Tuesday, Oct. 9, and the general I
election date was set for I
November :30 instead of June. I
The term of the assembly was
also changed from seen to five f'rrrrYlrrrrr7 o ,ti'1. MerRo.oOIOWYN MAYeAM... t.

will vote for the first
time in this election-There are MARCELLO MASTROIANNI
33 seats In the House and ..
more than twice that number of : -A VERY PRIVATE! AFFAIR"M
in the run. Political :
candidates are M KA9TMAM COCOHA0
"gun smoke" is hoveringall Mf Htt 101-!*YAw a CMb i II UM)
over the place.
'IJ ,.

Leslie! Whylly, 25. a native of COMING SOON!, .t-1
Mangrove Cay Andros, was ". ,.
appointed registrar of the Supreme "WHAT HAPPENED TO BABY
Court on Oct. 11. Mr.

.- the Whyllv Magistrate's served on Clerk the staff Office of ;JANE,?" "; I /. : ,7
since 1054. He succeeds a
Dean who became Deputy Par ,JOAN..C WFORP. -. BETTE 1ViS7 ''
liamentary RegistrarVO
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PAGE, 6 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1962 -Ii-. 1' PeriodBeta

e. And Courts of Tau Zeta chapter of Zeta

BRO WARD Phi Beta, inc. ends it's reclama.

ThunderbirdsTo matlon period Saturday, Oct. 27,
Bulls And CalantheLilly with a Sisterly Sip. The gala ac.
COUNTYNEWS fair will be held in the meeting

room of the Bunche Lanes, 7:30:
of the Valley Court No.

Decide City.Northwestern's Champs 58, Mrs. Sarah D. Belle, worthy p.m.Members of the reclamation
'". counsellor, is having a tea Sun- committee have planned a wonderful .
-11- i Oct. 28 3 to 6 p.m. at the evening of entertainmentand
day, ,
mighty Bulls ton, kicking and fullback, expect all sorors in
\vu-- Rotterts
Josle W. ,
with decisive wins over Mays Rolle, speedster,* Kelly Pace, one lly WALTER home of Mrs. Dade County area to be present

and Carver will lay their recordon of the seven rocks; Alonzo Pink. 14620, Jackson' St. The asking deputiesof all During this time all new sor-
the line Friday, Oct. 26 In ney, center and one of the seven Dade County Calanthe Votary ors in the area will be present.
Miami Stadium. This promisesto rocks; Calvin Scott, guard; Ettenezer Baptist Church, Hal and Knights Princesses and to attend. ed and welcomed to the chapter.

be a hard fought game in George My Man Kelly, and landale, Rev. 0. W. Foster, pas- Soror Juanita Pinckney, basi-!:
view of the fact that North tackle. These are some of the leus; Soror C. E. Richardson,
Dade has a much improvedteam boys who will sing their swan tor, will observe Men's Day Sun Chancellor Commander, Vice chairman of reclamation com
over last year's eleven song against North Dade. day, Oct. 28. Members and Chancellor meeting was held mittee.

when the two teams fought toa The band will be at its best friends are asked to be presentat Sunday, Oct. 21 at the home of
7 to 7 tie. Each team is confident and has worked out some new the morning and evening worship -Sdr Henry Smith. Next meetingwill American GeneralEntertainment
be held at the home of Sir
and interest. the halftime
of victory an formations for services.
ing contest Is In store for the show. George T. Cash.
supporters of each team. "FLORIDA'S LARGEST"
Tickets will be on sale at all Deputy meeting will be held THEATRICAL AGENCYFor
Far 19 boys at Northwesternthis of the schools for this game. The senior ushers' board of Oct. 25. The deputies are Sir December
will be the last meeting. "lease note' students must get Church George T. Cash, Sir Walter L. We Need
Leroy Williams, defensive and their tickets prior to game timeor New Macedonia Baptist ,; Folle, Mrs. Mallssia Harris and VOCALISTS DANCERS
offensive ace; Richard Washing. pay the adult admission. J. W. Wilson president, will Mrs. Maggie S. Cash. ORGANISTS-SPECIALTY
celebrate Its 8th anniversary on Sir Walter L. Belle C.; Sir
-- Sunday. The public Is invited. Roberta C. Bowens, S. For further details call in per
The Rev. N. R. Phillip is pastor. son. Bring photo and material
CLASSIC PARADE Kiwanis Charity Suite 211
235 Lincoln Road
NOTICEThe Game Tonight See David Probinsky

UM vs. Florida Frosh NOTICE The Carver Ran. Dade County Real NASSAU SERVING JAMAICA
Blossom ches Fire Department has on a HAITI
annual Orange
Already: assurea of its greatest VIRGIN ISLANDS SOUTH
drive for 90 days to raise funds
Classic Festival and celebrationwill financial in the Estate Board Meets AMERICA
success years, to buy a new fire truck. We are
be held this year on Satur 28th annual ,Kiwanis charity expecting every free-holder, citl- __ N3
day, Dec. 8. The Florila A and football game kicks off Friday izens and friends to pay $15 per I The Dade County Real Estate
M Rattlers and an outstanding ,night at S15-: / : in the Orange home or lot to buy this truck Board and its auxiliary will Beautiful Home on
opponent, selected on the basisof Bowl between' the U-M and ,and equipment.You meet Oct. 28 at the residence of
its record, will We featured in University of Florida freshman, Mrs. Blanche Dean, 5601 NW Your lot

the football game that Saturday teams. will be mailed card 10th ave., promptly at 4 p.m. All
a or
night at Miami's Orange Bowl. real estate brokers, salesmen,
Both squads will be out to letter asking your assistance.This .
CLASSIC PARADE AT 12:30 crack a 2.2 deadlock in the ser Is very necessary in orderto in contractors allied fields and those engaged.
ies which began in 1959 when get home insurance, and keep are cordially Invited stau lt .
to attend this
The giant classic parade will the yearly contest was switched down our rates.Thanking meeting.

be held that afternoon at 12:30.: from high school games to the I Atty.. G. E. Graves Jr., will
The parade this year, is expected U-M and U-F competlti Florida in advance for give his third and final lectureon
to be the greatest in the his won last year In an exciting: your contribution you Estates, Wills and Codicils,
the event. battle after scoring on a 51 yard
tory of which has
Walter Blatch, president proven to be informa- Complete Service
pass interception.A Building
I tive and instructive.
All organizations, schools, bus.. II Take ad. a PLANNING
inesses and all other groups that crowd of 25,000 to 30,000 is I vantage of this opportunity to
would like to enter floats or expected to watch the game, learn of your rights as a home BUILDING
other units In the parade must which would double the atten back owner under the Florida Real FINANCINGYour
amazed the nation last
Estate law.Medicinesdipensatlow.
dance in 1961.
receive official permission, and year when he led his high schoolto New Home
have their float or unit confirmed Fran Curci, the former Hur- the Georgia state champion..
by the Chief Parade Marshal ricane All American quarter- ship gaining 3,000 yards offensively NO DOWN
Elliott J. Pieze at the
back and new U-M freshman scoring 23 touch. I
office of the Miami
downtown PAYMENTOver
coach will make his local debut down and passing for 12 more.
Times, 1112 NW 3rd Ave., FR cost
fielding one of the molt talent. Twenty Yearn of
3.2236 not later than Saturday ed, smallest in Blood, urine te.ta'for health
Nov. 17. Any organization, and bigger Another man to watch' is Mi Construction
school, business or other group Miami's in size freshman teams In ami end Art Zachary, a 6-5 catch and marriage Experience
who's float or unit has not been history. from a suburg of Cleveland, who Guaranteed Satisfaction
confirmed by Nov. 17 will not be Coming down from Gainesville spurned 69 other colleges to DR. LONG'S CLINIC
permitted to enter the parade. Florida freshman coach Dave play football at the Universityof 1r& J L. t L3mmv LJ
This rule will be strictly enforced Fuller brings a team boasting Miami. A General Health Service
and will not. be, relaxed for of a dream backfield that can Non.surgical treatment of Rup @ro
Rectal Dieeaes
anyone. hardly be ampfovedon 1 Varicose
at I Veins, Prostate
'Jeat Arthritis, Re
All floats must be attractively utatlonl'wlse. Running duclng. PL 1-3604

decorated, in a, first ,class mangy at will, halfback be .AID.for State the ,Baby.Gators P Parking In rear 888 N.E. 79th St.
ner and must represent a worthwhile Stroud -Miami.H&hand Mayers Pete FR Vf*? Re.. HI 8.0194
addition to the'' parade in Jack
order to" be entered ,Jni, the pa .Harper' of) :rAke and. 'The U-F 1545 S.W. 1st Street Miami Florida
rale. Any float not ,meeting" the fullback is",$tevft;Heldt of AlHMjy A .

minimum and attractiveness standard,in will decoration', not be will ;lo Bruce Bennet ofr Valdosta N .,..,

permitted to enter! ;they parade. Ga.Bennett. JOIN THE FUN!

All .Interested! persons are the Florida Quarter. SERVICE
urged to .kindly take I ,note
of this, and govern ,themselves William Pinder, Sr. CAPITOL All new shows on

accordingly Further ,information TV SICK? I Professional Piano Tuner The'Stage!
may be obtained from ,the
Have it repaired
on credit if And
Elliott J. Pieze you live I...,Libert, City or THEATRE Every Wed. 9 p.m.

Brownsville. Pay weekl Free 1935 N.W. 153rd St. JIMMY REEVES
Orange Blossom estimate. I I ... 1.<> C,.!..-. -
Classic Parade I I : and his
'1112 NW 3rd Ave. OOG3S812G3G Phone MU 8-3770 PARADE OF STARS

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375 6827 N.W. 15th Avenue Phone 696-5673 .'
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1375 full' erica lit li acre
tract m falm l. ch County /se 4L
HIM 94 mil* from Miami.. Olio
count for compltttd lanais, M*hard.**. S reads roOMtfy BARKLEY'S TSTORE i;;

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walk It. In own car.
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Miami. tUforancH thin Miami Miami fetch toachChNntMT or New Gripper Binders 98. Straightening, Combs .

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office for full Information....... Notebook Fillers 5f to 98* Old 97 Bergamont Hair
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Information to you If you .PfofK.Money Composition Books 28* to 49* p ing502 ,and 1.00 t

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. tams, we are offering another The Family Plan was addedto
PAGE 10 SATURDAY OCTOBER 27 1962 roundtrip to Nassau for the the program of Bunche Lanes
-, next 275 bowler. Will It be you? Buoche LanesIu this past week. This is a real
twist but will love the
Today Is Student Day at Pin- idea. So get yourself a family
I Pinlights From Pinland i Land! Any student can bowl at 40 of
pass good for games open
: ; Pin: for-Land only 10 from cents 9 a.m.perl'till Ine.6 p.m.En n ?1Go. Bowling any time. The cost only
$4.00. I said a forty game pass
I I courage your children and other for The of
only 400.
-JESCA Junior League finished youth to to 1975 NW purpose
If clubs j come
or organizations .
this is to make it easier
Go. Go. The Falstaff Traveling plan
., their Instructional last interested 3Gth St. time during the
period i are in a similar trip, any for families to learn to
week and Is starting to form in- or in having classes on bowling'day Friday and take advantage League played Bunche bowl new the least and
to teams for junior bowling competition contact us at 6355300. We will I! of this special School is Out' Lanes Sunday and a goodly at expense,
JESCA Junior League be happy to have you come in day offer. crowd was there. So far to express appreciation to regular
t will Itowl every Monday after- at any time.Bantam the top score is held by Mi Club customers for their past
with 0-3. Burrows Electric 8-4 patronage. These passes are on
a ,
noon, beginning at 430.: All jun
cess Bowling for the blind is sale for a limited time. Call
Bowling tie with Lucky Truck and
ior bowlers from the age of 14 last Saturday starting a big up-swing In Miami Bunche Lanes. The high series 624.1433 for further information.Hats .
to 18 who are interested showed
may some pretty good scores the
as Lighthouse for the
was rolled by James Mltchum, off Mr. and Mrs.
contact the JESCA Center at amongst our ten to fourteen Blind bowlers to
1133 NW 66th St. or Pln-and group with Oliver Horne bowlIng Blind Bowling League instigated here.a a walloping C01. High game 'heodore Blue who come out
Lanes score was 243 by James Terry. Saturday and help the
directly. 107 and Dwight McKinneywith Next Wednesday, Oct. 31 the lIvery
This coming Sunday we go to Junior Richard their
a 102. These were but two Lighthouse for the Blind Bowling ,
of the Bantams who broke the Pin-Land for league play. son and a (fowling chip off the
team and instructors from
While we're on the subject of 100 barrier in last week's com the Lighthouse as well PinLand's old block, Is averaging a 135 in
JESCA as -
the Scott Bantams the
petition. league.
began their program Saturdayat staff, begin bowling lese
12. This program Is designed sons for other sightless people. Forty ladies attended our La.
for children from 10 to 14. Okay Shakespeare on, bowling: If you know anyone who may dies Club last Tuesday and the Margret Jackson
not to Ifc
"On arrival at the Lanes be
kids, let's get rolling! we interested in this program, averages were somewhat shortof outdone
averages a on the
at bowls. 'Twill make
play me you are urged to contact Pin- sensational. On Tuesday
think the world Is full of rubs.' Land at 635-5300 or the Light nights you can get all the : Instructions Wednesday night league.

Monday evening, Penny sal< -Richard The Second. house for the Blind at 37H023.. you ",want FREE.

night, was again, a'huge success On first, ball: 'I will strike out Come on out and see for your-- Say, hey, have you'seen that
bowlers took ad- soundly.! Henry V. at self what I
as many Another first Pin-Land just. am talking
young lady at Bunche Lanes
On First Ball: "O! O! 'Th
of the to for about.
vantage plan pay
fowl!" King Lear. as, the first in-school bowling selling the Family Passes? A
one line at the regular prices On Second Ball: "I prithee, program in our community. In II real good looker, name, oh, the
and one for the sec
pay penny
spare. The Tempest.On conjunction with the Dad o name is Frieda Portier. Don't
ond. Second Ball: "I made no I County Board of Instruction Oh yes, before I forget It. All everybody run out and get their
spare, Sir. You did nothing, Sir." and tne physical education do- you ladles who are at home all pass at once. The line forms on
'" Speaking: of pennies Pin Henry VIII. vartment of Northwestern High day with the children, do you the right.Dugie's.
land has decided that the pennies On League Play: "Strike, fellows School, all students in the 11th know that we have an after
accumulated on Mondays strike!" Troilus and and 12th grades who take physical noon clinic where you can come
will be used to defray the cost Cressida. education may elect to take and bowl from 13 in the after. Guest HouseThe
of children Involved in ,the Junior Advice to a New Bowler: bowling one physical education noon and you don't have to pay
and Bantam programs. Many "Trust not the rotten planks."- class per week. which means you bowl free. house of clean room
children in our community who Anthony and Cleoprtra.The Since the Inception of this Bring the children and let
would love to bowl cannot afford program, slightly more than a them play In the nursery, while Open 24 hours NE 4.3851

to and this money will help GO-man Falstaff Traveling week ago, close to 300 students you bowl is
make bowling possible for them. League, representing the best have enrolled In the classes. Seeing BelievingSee

bowlers from two counties, rolls Monday saw the first class of for clean
The Business and Profession. off at Pin-Land at 5 p.m. Sun the in-school bowling program good Itowling.The ua room
al Women's Club took advantage -day, Oct. 28. You are invited to start their series of bowling Instruction Northwestern Bowling Jamaica Dugfe, always a
of the meeting from facilities come and fill our spectator's gal with an orientation on program has five classes per friend
at Pin-Land to hold their lery oowling, bowling lanes, bowling weelc. Two on Monday, two on
bi-weekly meeting on Tuesday manners and the proper pro- Tuesday and one on Wednes 2941 NW 47th St., Miami

night. The meeting was con Steve English rolled a 276 cedure necessary to correct and day. The program includes both (rNDJI'FALSTAFF
ducted Frazier. boys and girls.
by Jacquelyn Monday, Oct. 22 to be the first ,
The ladles plan to meet at Pin. I
winner of the Trip to Nassau
Land again on the 23rd with a
club and which has been a standing offerat
bowling at 7:00: meet
Pin-Land since Its
8 opening
ing at p.m.
night. Steve graciously turned

A Boy and Girl Scout troop the round.trip ticket back intoa
from the Carver Branch of the fund established to help subsidize
YMCA( under the direction of our Bantam Bowling pro
Mrs. Elizabeth Jones and Leroy gram. Congratulations on win.

Smith, will be making a field ning, Steve, and a heartfelt *iMguJteaiuwi;** ,
trip to Pin-Land. It will include thank you from all of us and ?

a lecture on the history,of bowl I the Bantams, for your 'generos RELAXING
t ing, a slide showing on how to ity.In :
!I/owl and a sample bowling les-t k I light of Steve English's ..
son. I i generosity towards the Bank -

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SATURDAY OCTOBER27. \ '" 1962 North Miami .f. Mrs. thelma 'P. Outler 'PTA Negro Mechanics' _
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Beach Ne : representative; gtrail
ws Tuesday
:. ;.. ed our. first PT A' last thaniel White, and William

The CORE Of The' Matter By UUBY''CATELOW..:,: : ,gUStO witJa, ,We staggering take our hats degree'off to of Higgins, Greyhound Bus: Lines

I her for a well done Job employees the 11th $t. main.
I Faithful Chapter No: 930ES, tenance shop have been shiftedto
"That Stephens' Woman"A Ihternational is having Pre- As we 'all know the PTA Is regular mechanics
Hallowe'en banquet Saturday, A, point 'venture;hence, we wish diesel
recent Issue of Jacksonville's this has ever really happened. Oct. 27 at 1405 :NW '162nd Terr. ,too tOI' thank the many parents : the big engines In top
Florida Times.Union carried a She was one of the seven people The public is invited. .Sister !and| friends'who, without their performance. These are the first
&tory of the conviction of five who, Tallahassee its first Madeline Williams, guest speaker help, the PTA would not have Negro mechanics to be hired
A&M students in Tallahassee gave 10 : Sister Annie L. Holmes,. worthy been a success, for coming out here by a large transportation
Municipal court. The article referred siMn: at Woolworth's 5 and matron. last Tuesday firm. This step forward, it is expected
to "The Stephens Wo en Saturday, Feb. 12, 1960. I Mrs. ,Betty TelleV was electedas will soon pave the way
man" and noted that she 'received Patricia, was in the first .sit peg our new president for the for Negro drivers.
heavier fine than the Horace a well known i
a We want her to know that
in group, t.o be arrested tried in the is ill; year.
others "because of previous con ( : person communltYi she has our wholehearted sup -
victions." The story seemed'' to : and convicted for the demonstration at the Hos- .
which occurred the follow- wishes for his port.The
say-without really saying pital. Everyone new addition to our faculty
that we were leading about. a ing Saturday.. She spent 41. days speedy recovery. this year are: Mrs. Bettye it with us today at our regular
common criminal. behind bars for this one of Frazier. Clinton Lacey and faculty meeting.
the first of those who chose to
Let's take a look at "The "sit.in" at the jail for the full The Park Swim Mrs. Addle Seniors secretary. The Resource Class has been
.St.c-'I i for learners. Again we have Mrs. Bertha organized by 'Mr. Thomas
phens Woman. sentence.;; ming Pool is open for
.. .. .- Come one come all. Have fun Parks back with us, as well as the school year. We wish to invite
Mrs.. Mobn the has been
travelled latter
: After she while you learn Willie Glenn the parents and friends of
back and forth across the country and Jerry Edwards are In ill for quite a few weeks. all the students to visit withus
/ in tha spring and summer of charge. Phone WI 947-9527 ;under the chairmanship of at any time.
1060 speaking in behalf of Mrs. Mary Louise Thomas we
CORE of non-violent direct action were pleased to have Robert B. Dr. Phillips, television speech
of the new southern Negro The Recreation Dept, is having Turner, assistant superintendent teachers, will visit with us on
student of the need for north- a Hallowe'en Party Wednesday -i I Dade oUnty Public Schools, vis- Monday morning, Oct. 22.
srn support. night. I
1- I
She with the four others who 1I I-
: in jail with her, receivd II
stayed hassee Negroes are not recelv-I ,
CORE'S Gandhi Award for I ing protection of the law. "THt n NEW1HPSAMPFON
"Outstanding Service in Human
Rights during 1960." So Patricia Gloria Stephensonce .H .
more was arrested and
In the spring of 1961 Patriciawas fingerprinted and thrown in a j ',
arrested again chargd with jail cell. Once more a sympathet . '.I '. .. . .. _" _
"assault" of a group of white ic lawyer traveled thousands of
hoodlums who actually attacked miles at a moment's notice to
her and Ben Cowins in Nelsner's donate his time. Once more the WELCOMES,
5 and 10, The local court actually same faithful local few gathered -
convicted Patricia but this to secure money for ex
decision was thrown out on appeal penses. Patricia is 22 years old, ORANGE BLOSSOM
I to the Circuit Court. a senior in college and wants
to be teacher. But more than
,On Sept. 23. she was one of
group who were refused servicat aanything: I I else, she wants to be. CLASSIC VISITORS
Patricia Stephens, with her Trailways Carousel Resta- I free.
sister Priscllla introduced rant. The following Tuesday she There is the story of "That
CORE In Tallahassee in 1959 returned 'w i t h Ira Simmons, Stephens Woman." .
after havin participated in a James Hamilton Julius Hamilton What's your story?
CORE Summer Workshop in Mi and Reuben Kenon. They
ami. She was active in the first were refused service: they insisted RESERVATIONSPlease
Tallahassee CORE project, a on service. The police REPOSSESSED

series of tests of the seating policies I were called and gave them their Beds ..... ... $10 reserve .......-..-................................... Villas ........................
of the local busline. She choice of leaving or being ar ,1 ,1..1..1. up
was part of the group of A&M I rested. These young people Washing Machines $35 up

students who joined hands in I chose. arrest; It was their way Roll-a-wny Beds .... .. $20 Motel Itooms for ............................t.{ people, from Dec. ................
common cause with an FSU 1 rof r telling us, and Trailways,

student group the only time I., and the government, that Tafia' 1 Kenmor like new Mangle.... ....,......... $50: To Dec ..................? inclusive. .

Floor Lamps .... $3.00 up \ '.' 4' ,k ..

T V HOME SERVICE CALLS. $1.50REPAIR 40 in. Triple Dressers $20 Name ...11..1,11/.............:..........,................*..........'.:...................................

Chests :., ......................... $20

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Please encolse check or order for
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SATURDAY, .OCTOBER <27f19p2" Ar 'au" (r I CCtlti+ators of Liberty C I t .y I

I } ]Rfc areq foe giving' homeof a. Hallowe'en.-Mr. and Party, Mrs: .AT CLYDE 'KILLENS' '.: ,

Travel l :Agents Meet.: !lu ;Jamaica Bertha Tttr;: ?Come Simmons one;, 1537 come.'NW. all 69th add i .

Jamaica 'nepr :'( I have, a ,big ball. Time 9 p.nv un ,
OCHO RIOS, -- The sented at thc'meeting, til, 'WednesdaOct.; 31. 'i. '; KNIGHT "BEAT
fourth annual meeting of the Jnternatlofcal In' addtipn to .traypl .age !t*, ,. .
from.' states/and, tha I I (>
Travel Agents Sfi seven: .lJa- .
clety met in the TrlCitles or hamas were ,newsmen, touroiganizatlons. :" > 'MIAMI TIMES ADS /
Kingston, Ocho Rios and Mott airline, 'executive.,. a,ministerland. : 7 'an,,1 bUN''I'OOST; ::,' THEYDAY: l ." This Sat., Sun.,, Oct. 27 28
tego Bar Oct. 17-21. The five< i "_ ., ,.':. _,." ..,
day meeting\vas spent frl formulating (2 Nile Only)

1963 promotions.plans and ideas for ttjei} I'L:"t," ...CLYDE..,. ; ;.; :! KiLLENS: And His >';, ;.;1 i V >:{ Another Double Attraction '

Hilton G. Hill, owner of Hll .. .1 I 'URRYCANE BOYS "s, : x xPresent
Travel Inc., in New York Clty: 0--r
was elected president of ITAH: their Third AnnualMasquerade
succeeding Earl Kennedy of _
Detroit. Joseph Delane, another .t _
New Yorker was elected"secre :\ Vdy .
tary succeeding Freddie Hen Ball Y
derson of Atlanta. Charles C.
North, Miami, was retained: ai
treasurer. Clarance Bain, Nassau -
was elected to the trustee
board. Earl Kennedy will serv
as vice president.The and Show .

agents were feted by the S
Jamaican Tourist Board and the<

Jamaican Hotel Association cities.Interviewed of the three HALLOWE'EN NIGHT (Wed., Oct. 31)


Hotel In Ocho Rios at the.Hilton, Arawal:Hill:, AT THE: KNIGHT, BEATpci'i

said: ; .'

"American', Negroes are not :..,'.., : ,
"'', ,'
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all aware of Jamaica's multiracial ".
society, free from soda >> :.. tit.
prejudice and the harmonious ,
l / roM1
living of the inhabitants. M JI{
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Hill pointed out that, "thosi .. ,, 1 ......
in Jamaica who promoted Ja-
maica's tourism buy adverts: -
Ing space In newspapers and "),'f"r 1
news magazines which give '
American Negroes the impression -
that Jamaica's invitlnj. ,
white only clientele.

The visiting travel agents ex MAUSIIALLPIUNCKRS MARIE KNIGHT
pressed delight and satisfaction
with the Tourist Hotel and roc-
eational I facilities. Green and The
Plus: Woody -

Blind Boys Trio

1342 NW 42nd Street Ray Charles' Breakfast: Party Sat. Nite

Payments less than $22 pei: After Concert 12 Midnite to 5 a.m.

week. You name the dowi Doors Open 11 p.m.

payment, we will try t] "* FeaturingMarie

work it out. 2 or 3 bed Knight, Woody Green, The Blind! Boys Trio
room CBS home, partly fur JOYCE CHICKII: PRINCESS Frank DuBoUe Band
nished, fenced yard, fruit CAHLOTTA
Admission Sat. Nite $1.75
trees, carporte, barbecue.
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BROKER Sun. Nite $1.25
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''*, TONITE, FRI., OCT. 26

... \, 27th Prom of Sunlight Beauty School
DORA MAE'S :: :: :: 'J
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DRESSMAKINGSpecailizing ,, ....: .
in alterationsAnd '.. ,' --- '" TilE BAI1Y.M ,
restylingCall : ;*-
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evenings J
334 NW llth St., Apt. :5 AFFORD TO- MISS- .- .
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Seing classes 4 nites We'll be looking for you

weekly ,
Admission: Advance $1.25'Door' $1.50.
7 9 p.m.
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Second Fiddle Girl" "Give Mf a Break"r "Ix>nrljr.
on SAil ATS + ,
ncms ; f'4\ Heartache. "Dlna And IVthlna"
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fl '27th ,Ave. at 54th St .: .

N EVE R CLOSED Prices Good thru October 27th, Waller's AG Store Only-
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t Pig feet, Ih' 120 Pork Chops Ib 350

J i. Chops Ib 59
Fryers Ih Z70 ..

Neck Bones lb 190 Sliced(f Bacon Ib 390.lb .


: Spare Ribs Ib 37 Picnics 39r 0

[ .' .,t c_, ". V' '..4"", ., .
Dairy -
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Frozen FREE! FREE! ,FREE! Steak Ib 7!
On your purchase df$5 or more ait Welter's LB
i AG:Store. Beet Liver 29 F
5 LBS'SUNSHINE SWEET (Wit$5.00 Order or More)
Juice 4 for 691 ', BREADED
; McINTOSH I 'SDGARS Ihs Zge Shrimp 690iEii.

Apples 3 to Bog 39* Va GALLON MANOR HOUSE BOOTH FILETSFlounder

x I Yams 3 Ibs 25* I Ice Cream 390 550
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[SATURDAY THE OCTOBER MIAMI TIMES 27,1962- MIAMI, FLA.PACE 11 I Many Churches Observe Woman's Day

,1 ,<.; :,. 'l'i"\"::"\';,';:; New Macedonia I Mrs. Braynon Speaks At Salters Chapel I

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e i :<},!:'\;;;.;' ;:" '.., Woman's Day SundayThe I Mrs Gloria Braynon Robin Il. land Holland Italy and Switzerland
!f'j son will deliver the morning address and other parts of Eu-

N women of the Greater at the Salters Chapel i rope. She attended the tTniversity
of Paris to study French.
New Macedonia Missionary AM 7 Church on Sunday, Oct. 28 I ,
She has visited Puerto Rico and
Baptist Church which Is located
during the 11 o'clock service.
at iTTO NW 15th ave, Invite you Mrs. Robinson is an instructorof the Island of Martinique.Mrs .
to their first Woman's Dlty Robinson is a memberof
pro- modern language at the Booker
gram Sunday Oct. 28. T.. Washington High School Delta Sigma Theta Sororityand
b president of the Businessand
yam Yr The morning speaker will be She is a member of St. Paul Professional Club of t h eYWCA.

Mrs. L. Brantley. The evening AME Church, an ardent supporter .
speaker will be Mrs. Gloria Rob and exponent of youtn Mrs. Georgia Lee Jones is the

qli'i inson. participation in religious circles. Williams chairman, Mrs. Ada M.
"" 0 ,__ Mrs. Robinson graduated from cochairman and Rev.
t. I// iii Booker T. and entered Talla- H. J. Benson. pastor.
a ; Jega College where she received The public is invited to attend -
her B. A. degree. She has:: the services throughoutthe
travelled extensively in Eng day.

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T. C. Kelley Jr., pastor Rev P. W. Williams, pastor
evcellent Sunday of worship Mrs. Lee Cray, reporter Bunebba Green reporterTo
Meeting at St. MaryThe the Women's Day Committee
was enjoyed at Grace last Sunday was a busy day at St. and the church at large Bra

Ushers' Union fourth Sun. Sunday. Our guest speakers Paul. Interesting feature to Ulysses Ware Bro. RoQney Rob-
brought noble addresses begin with was the showing of and
and ; inson, Rev. Washington
will be held at St. tea
program the adult choir stirred the con. a religious movie to the Sunday Rev. P. W. Williams I received
Mary's W. M. Church. 1609 NW School classes by the pastor. much inspiration from our meet-
gregation with Its
5th court on this Sunday. Oct. 28 songs. The pastor along with choirs No. Ings. It was so well attended

at 3 p.m. Appreciation is expressed tall < land 2 worshipped at Sweet and every service was a sourceof
the women who helped to tTieia Baptist Church Sunday at inspiration and information.
The program will Senor make the "Stay at home tea" a J p.m. Committee members you wereat
ed between St. Mary's and success. k Our Woman's Day chairlady, your best. I just see the
Mt. Olivet Seniors. Anniversary week is from Nov. 'Mrs. Robinson, wish to thank beauty of God shining around

The committee will have a 411. Of that week Sunday even. everyone who made her "Chit you I'm sure all the women
unique program to present on; Ing worship will be a Memorial Chat, Chew" tea a success., Mrs. feel just like I do. Your work
this occasion. All friends are invited Service conducted by the elden I Lucille TImmons, the chairmanof speaks for Itself, through the
'to come out and enjoy this of the church. Monday evening I the Excelsior Club and mem- wonderful things you do to helpus
program. I will be "Community Night" with MRS. GLORIA ROBINSON uers invite you to join them at find our place in service.
II I Mrs. Rhoda Lowe in charge.. their annual fall tea Sunday, This proves positively that you
Choir No. 2 of St. Mary's' will Wednesday evning will be Auxiliary Morning services will Begin Oct. 28 from 4 to 6 p.m. at 7JQ are called of*,God. We hope the
furnish music for the occasion. Night, with Mrs. Naomi: at 7 p.m. NW 04th St. Come out and see greatest day, Oct. 28, that we
The public is also invited. Smith in charge. Friday evening at 11 a.m. Evening service will who will be crowned "Miss Ex ever had In the history of our
will be our Banquet Night, Mrs' begin at 7 p.m. celsior." church., Thank:: you.

Miss Dorothy Major reporter; Barbara Savoy, chairman. --"'- "... ....... ... .. ., ----..
There will be tea given at
Deacon David Hudson, presi Friday night, Oct. 20 the Rev. a
dent; Rev. M. V. Stuart pastor. The Sunday evening program W. Sims and congregation from the home of Mrs. Josephine
oegins at 7:30: p.m. and the other the Friendship Baptist Church Champion, 2140 NW 68th Lane + A
programs at 8. will render service. Sunday Nov. 4 from 4 to 6 p.m.
MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev. in the interest of Woman's Day.
Come and bring a friend to Rev. Cooper and Mrs. Ruth
E. M. Thomas, pastor regular worship and to our specIal :- Mack are still on the sick list.
I'hyllis Myers reporter programs. Visit them with a word of

Monday night, Oct. 29 we will cheer. Meet me In church Sun.
celebrate our pastor's anniver day.
sary. The Rev. Sims of Friend. MT. ZION AME CHURCH .
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ship Baptist, and his congrega- Rev. H. E. Greene pastor e. r err s iw f
tiontion will be there to help I ,.y
and make this anniversary an I On Sunday Oct. 14 Mt. Zion
enjoyable one.GREATER observed the best Women's Day

'l we ever had, both financiallyand .
spiritually. Our speaker,
ST. MARK: P.B.. f ivirs. M. L. Brown Rev. Gay anu
his congregation and Miss
Rev. F. L. Johnson pastor I
i Marie Wnite brought us won
Mrs. Ruthie M. Scott,
were well attended and enjoyed
The most talked about day Is J1 '
derful m S'Ialites.:: Our servicesby 4v'
about to take place here. We Invite allSunday
out and help
you to come 1 S1rM,
us make Men's Day a great suc I night our chairman Sunday at 3 p.m. Rev. Reddickand
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cess. Our own Rev. Nelson of Mrs. Louise Ulandford and our congregation of the William e A -" -- -
Second St. Luke will be guest pastor thanked the members for Chapel Baptist Church of Home 1'' w ANMlti! LOIS BELL

speaker. Deacon Leopoleon I their cooperation and everyone stead will be in charge of the Sunday Oct. 28. we celebrateour
Hicks is the chairman of the else that participated in anyway service. annual Woman's Day The
Men's Day activities. toward making this Woman's women of St. Luke have been
Day a success. Total amount working in full force to make
raised $3,152.15.TEMPLE. Baptist Ministers' this our greatest ever. The program
committee has prepared a
Men's Day In
Council Extra ..r* wonderful service for your edification
BAPTISTRev. and inspiration. The
West HollywoodGreater Session MondayThe theme for the day is. "UnitedWe
L. A. Thompson pastor Baptist Ministers Council Stand, Divided We Fall."
St. Luke P. B. Churchof session ",. be
will hold an extra The morning speaker will
Funeral services for Mrs. Evelyn -
West Hollywood will observe will be held Satur- Monday: Oct. 29 7:30: p.m. at Judge Falk at Mrs. Clementina Rahming of
its first Men's Day program, Seymour the St. John Institutional Baptist RIchmond Heights. The evening
Sunday Oct 28. Rev. Sawyer Off day at 2 p.m. Church. St. Paul SundayJudge speaker will be our own Mrs.

Israel Bethel P. B. Church 1 The Youth Choir Miss: Helen The International Sunday Jack Falk of the Crimi Annie Lois DelL The public Is
Miami will hold 11 a.m. service. Smith, president, will sing dur School Uniformed Sunday nal Court of Records and Post invited to worship with us.
Deacon Charles Dean, worshipful ing the morning and evening School Lesson will be highlighted Director of Dade County Bar
master of Masonic Lodge No. services on Sunday. by the Bible expositor, Rev. Association will be the morning TRANSFIGURATIONFr.
391, Homestead, will be in Ranuol Thompson. All ministers speaker at St. Paul AME Church
in charge at 3 p.m. and Atty. The Woman's Day committee and Sunday School workers am in Coconut Grove Sunday when Elisha S. Clarke Jr., vicar
Harold Braynon of Miami will will sponsor a tea Sunday at 3:30 invited.A the 19th annual Men's Day will The Episcopal Young Church
be the speaker for the night ser pm at the home of Mr. and sermon will be deliveredby be o erved. men, Miami Deanery meeting
vice at 730. Mrs. Reubln Hepburn, 1550 NW the Rev. L. R. Ross of Richmond Rev. J. B. Blasknell of St. will be held Sunday Oct 28 at
both St. All are invited. Heights, and his choir James AME Church will be the Holy Cross Episcopal Church
will sing. evening speaker. NW 3Gth St at 4:30 p.m. Al
Brother Arlington Gray died Jamjr* M Darling and GeorgeW. NYC members will meet at the
Johnson Pres *
Tuesday morning at Jackson Me- Rev. T. Butler are chairmen of the Vicarage 1084 NW 153rd St., at
morial Hospital. Funeral ser- Rev W. J. Macon, Sec. activities for the day.BAHA'I I 1:30 p.m. Counselors will be
vices will be held Oct. 31, 2 p.m. chaperons.A .
GREATER BETHEL AME dinner sale and party will
4 The annual Woman's Day din. ASSEMBLYMrs.
for Saturday Nov. Greater Bethel will be honored be held at the home of Mr. and
dated ,
ner is Toby Emanuel of 43 Star 4rs. Crandell McLeod Sr., 15741
3. Donation $1.00. Get your orderin with the presence of Rev. F.
on time to ensure prompt de A. Allen the new presiding elder Island, Miami Beach will speal NW 18th court on Saturday, Oct.
livery. The place will bt :553 NW of the Miami District to hold at the Baha'l Center 137 NW 27. The dinner sale will start
19th St. his fourth quarterly conference 11th Ave., 8pm. Sunday Nov, it 12 noon. For orders call NA
Friday OCt. 26 at 8 p.m. 011 officers 4. Participating In a series 01 13018. The party will begin at
boards and member are compartive religious studies i p.m. Come out and spend the
*l. MARY'S W. M. requested to be piesent Rev. her subject wit be: "God ana Jay with the McLeods.
J Allen will also preach SundayOct. Moses." The public Is cordially The Episcopal Churchwomen
,(1f. ti. V. Stuart putor 28.Rev. Invited to attend. Phone secre monthly meeting will be held
Major FA for further In jt the home of Mrs. Edwin Hog-
)11.1.:0:: Dorothy reporterOn A. Cousin, pastor Hev. F. tary, 1-6120
formation. ors. 2571 NW 152nd Terr, on
last Sunday night our as J. Hicks, assistant.., I Sunday. Oct. 28 at 5 p.m. All

sistant pastor Rev. Gladstone! BAPTISTMrs. : "MA11TI.N LUTHER KING members are urged to be on
Hunter preached a MT. SINAI ,AT ZION HILL" an album of Ime. The Christian Educationlscustilon
ing message. It was his first Annie Askew presidentof civil right speeches wade by ) will be "L ven soSend
mon since his altar call. sere j, the Pulpit Aid Club ant! all of Dr King conceived by recordIng I You." Discussion leaden
the members of Mt Sinai Baptist company executive DootieWWlams Mr*. Elisha S. Clarke.
will tte testimony service -
Church wish to express a 1* being n Lo The St. Cecelia's choir rehearsal *
which Is the 4th KDAY
Sunday, has been changed to
few words of thanks and gratitude Angele radio station In
Sunday. I Ii i to the members of Mt. Cal a campaign against school drop Friday at the home of Mrs. Jane
ATTY. BRAYNON Woman's Day Is approaching vary Baptist Church for render- oa"" More than 800 kid wrote Lewis, 15830 E. Bunche Park
The public Is it Deacon and everybody doing his pan such an Inspirational service essays to tell radio listener Drive, at 5:30 p.m.
Elisha King, pastor; make It a success. The male.four them Sunday. Oct 14. bow the Martin Lather King The Saint Vincent's Acolyte
Commodore Ramsey chairman; chorus to will furnish music morn- Mrs. J. S.' Walker, reporter; Altaim in plre4 them to stay rehearsal will be held at the
Deacon. Ernest Moss, cochairman. Ing: and evening. Rev. S. A. Thomas pastor. la school. vicarage every Thursday at 3

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. I I N' .M: E "MIaRAI' ; I A''twf {::1 ". \., ; )' 024 NW WILLIE 70th B.St,1IOBNB'died, ffn.'''Oct..

: PAGE 12 SATURDAY OCTOBER 27, 1962,I I .. 22. Services were heU in. the I
I, In sad, but toying memory of DEATHS chapel Oct. 25. at 2 pm.;He Is
my 'dear daughter _- survived by.AIr.. and MM, John
: of U'w __ A... H, Horne his arents. }t *
3ango ,.t''.. I 2180 NW 69th' St:, died O$t. 24
__ He is survived by+ his parents,
w 4I SAMUEL CAMBRIDGE Mr ,and Mrs. Joseph Gullard.

MEMORfAlf 7051 NW 21st Ave., died onJctv Arrangement pre ,incomplete.
I CARD OF THANKS IN I f 21 at Christian; Hospital. He; .

The family of the late In was .a long ,time resident of Miami '
of our dear Husband Richardson
,and Is survived by his wi- ,.
father and ;
brother x "tow Georgia, .three eons, Lloyd,
';:! departed this life; October ji :, A Eugene McAllister and Calvin, ,a a brother daughter, 8grandchildren 325 NW 7th St., apt. 8 died at
.'7 1959. I 4arie- '
'" 2 ,greatgrands'Hut his home on Oct. 19. He" la;survived ;
There Is no time, that we coutuset relatives. by a daughter: Mrs Eloise
g'T ,othefc)
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for parting, Enslow and a brother. Services
vVe who must remain, are never c ''Funeral' services were" held onOct. were held Oct. 25 at the
ready for such pain, '26 at St. Agnes Episcopal Chapeel with Rev. Emory 'Jackson .
even our prayers would, be not. Church with Father.! John, Cul- officiating. '
yet, not yet, dear God mar MARY F. SCAKPETIS
Another day with let officiating.RF AIK8.
us pur beloved 'T': 1
Oft Mansfield, Ohio, died at
Ve must believe stay when falls the ro & her home in Ohio Oct. 21. She is
blow, CARD OF THANKSWe survived by three sisters, includjpg -
Mrs. Sue Walton of
That wisely God has willed it
,so. 5
Mrs. Araminta Pedican 1 4.RS. M the members of the family Richmond Heights and one
And Family" of the late, brother. Funeral services have
been scheduled for Saturday,
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\ MERLINE MATTHEWS wishEtoAextendRtoYal friends Oct. 27. Other arrangements are

IN MEMORIAMIn I who passed away, October 29,, here and out of town sincere incomplete
1957. thanks and appreciation for
loving memory of the late May she rest in peace and their thoughtful expressions of
may light perpetual shine upon I sympathy which were most Albert .

her.Mrs.. Augusta Coban, mother ...omfol tin to us in our deep MIIH. PENNY THOMAS:
:sorrow.We: 11435 Robinson St., Richmond

_..... want them to know that Heights, died Oct. 16. Survivorsare
MEMORIAM, heir acts of kindness will ever three daughters, Mesdames
WALTER RAWLINS A"'i ,tr' be remembered and that our Emma Cave Rebecca Dean and
a I In sad but loving; memory of prayer; is that God's most select Adeline Thomas
take this method of expressing our beloved one, ; four sons, Gus,
thanks and appreciation to the olessings will, be theirs. James, Sam and William; one
many friends and neighbors Mrs. Frances A. Symonette, I sister. Services were conducted
who were so kind to us during I Mother and Family Monday at Mt. Nebo Baptist)
our hours of bereavement.. I Key West, Fla. Church, South Miami, Rev. J. E.
Special thanks) to Rev. S. A., Murray, pastor.
Cousin, Greater Bethel AME .:'i'" [ McCABE CAIIII .
Church, Rev. T C. Kelly of St. CARD OF THANKS Resident of this area for 30
Paul AME Church, Mrs. Eva ,d 'f'jt1 years? ,died Oct. 19. He is survived
Richcrson, Mrs. Ruth Scott and MM .' The,..famil'of the late I by his widow, Lillian,
the entire staff of the Range MR. PHILLIP BROWN mother, Mrs. Helen A. Todd;
Funeral Home. who passed away on October 4 three nieces and two nephews,
The Rawlins Family R 1962, takes this, method of expressing Including Michael Cousen. Services
thanks' and apprecia will be conducted Saturday
tlon to the many friends and 2 pm. at the Church of
neighbors who were so kind God, NW 19th St. and 2nd Ct.,
CARD OF THANKSThe "'" ., during its hours of bereavement. Elder Herbert Woodside, minis.
; ; Thanks, for. your cards, letters ter. He will be on view in the
Wareham and Cooper :\;!:";":; ; telegrams, flowers, cars and ad chapel from 2 p.m. Friday.
families wish to thank the many '" \" \'; other kind gestures of WALTER JOHNSON
for their ..-... ,., ,: sympa-
friends and neighbors "il;" hy. Again, thanks to everyonejr Died at home, 1159 NW 58th
kind deeds of condolence in the ELDER JAMES D. ;. everything, and may' God St., Oct. 22. He will lie in repose
:recent death, of our mother, ETHRIDGEIho t"\ bless you,all.' in the chapel from 1 p.m Sun
sister, aunt and grandmother, departed this life October The Brown Family day and will be funerallzed In
MRS. FLORENCE COOPER '1, 1958. 'f'fi the chapel at 2 p.m. Monday.His .
Special thanks are extendedto One who is loved because you survivors Include his widow,
Father Kiernan SSJ, and lave been so very nice in yourow'n tRUTH IN' 'MEMORIAM I Laura; five daughters, Mesdames -
Father Adam BeIfard, SSJ/ of thoughtful Way There'seal ; Ollie B. Dukes, Bertha M.
Holy Redeemer Catholic Church; ,' appreciation in e a c h LOUISE STUART In sad but loving memory of Wynn. RosaPlerson and Daisy
Rev. Fr. Richard Swift SSJ; of bought of you today. When at who departed this life October our husband, father, son and and Alice Johnson; two sons
Christ The King Church, the this distance, Lord we trace the 27, 1958; brother, Ronnie and Tom; four sisters,
Obelate Sisters of Providence, various glories of thy face, what ""Earth to.earth and dust to dust:! Mesdames Ollie M. Jones Minnie
Children's Choir, Mrs. .Ipna .ransport pours o'er all our Calmly'now the words to dust I I Walker, Bell Baker and Daisy
Strachan, pianist, Parishionersof oreast, and charms our caresand ,Left, behind we wait and trust Devine.
Holy Redeemer; Associate! of woes to rest. For the resurrection day., M1W. ELIZAIIETII HARRIS:
Philos Sigma Gamma Rho, l coworkers Lillian M. Ethridge, wife The 'Family 102.U: SW 178th St., Perrme,
of cosmetology and Lillian E. Chlsholm. Dght. died in Kendal Hospital Oct.
Unit 55, Circle No. 1 and 3 of Jimmae E.; King, daughter IN MEMORIAMIn ,,21. Surviving :are husband, Pete,
Holy Redeemer Rose Art Sofclal : three sons, James, Charles and
of dear
Club, Senior Citizens CluW 6nd IN MEMORIAMIn 'nother memory and sister; our CpJ,,' Lotrice Harris, two sisters,
the Range Funeral Home. :. __ ___ I three brothers. Services will 1 be
Your many gestures of sympathy loving memory of our dear held atilt. Sinai Baptist Church,
will never be forgotten. wife, mother and grand mother, L: Rey. J,, E. Murray, pastor, the
Thanks for everything. ; time Jar be ,announced.
p '14230 NW 22nd Ave., Opa-
Jocka died Oct. 20. Her survivors

IN MEMORIAMIn A.i include: husband: a sister and a
I brother. Arrangements are in-
loving memory of, :

t Francis .
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the tt 1kt
YfS gap j 7235, NW 17th Ct, died Oct. 13
9YA Services will be held Saturday,
Oct. 27 at 2 p.m. at Temple Bip-:
---- tist Church with Rev. L. A.
WILLIAM "Bill" ALLENwho Thompson officiating.(
m4MRS. died October 24, 1960. The 'body pastorl n the chapel
You are not forgottenloved one beginning,: 6 pm. Friday. Survivors
Nor will you ever be include a daughter, Mrs.
As loner as life and memory last Arnett Chandler; five sisters;
We will remember thee.. \TEuterpie Adderley, Mrs.
c to We miss you now, our hearts are ,Roscfta Munnings, Mrs. Celes-
sore tine Knowles Mrs. Effie Mae
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OLIVIA ADDERLEYwho As time goes by, we miss you Bethel and Airs. Aljecta Stublfe,
departed this life October more six grandchildren.
,.:. w 28, 1961. Your loving smile, your gentle
God knows how much we miss voice, SAMUEL GOMEZ
MENA SAMUEL her, No one can fill your vacant 917 NW 3rd Ave., died Oct. 19.
who departed this life October He counts the tears we shed. place. Services will be; held on Friday
'0, 1959. And whispers, hush, she only Mrs Florence B. Allen wife Oct. 26, 2 p.m. in the chapel with
With a cheery smile and a wave sleeps, Robert, Calvin, Frederick, Rev. S. A Cousin, pastor offi
the hand, Your mother is not dead. sons ciating. Survivors Include one
She khas wandered into an un W. W., Allen, Sr., father mother, Samuel 'Charlton, a devoted -
land 'Tis sweet to know we will meet friend, Mrs. Lucenda
MRS. BEATRICE DUNAWtY Think I of her still as the same ,againWhere CARD OF THANKSWe Herndon.
who departed this parting is no more,
28 19G1. She is not dead she is just dear Another the ARLINGTON N
And our we lovedso family of the late, CRAY
We all miss you very much. away.Howard well, MRS. ETTA ZIMMERMANwho Pioneer Miami of 1390 NW
Signed, Ida Samuel, husband Has only gone ,before. departed this life Septem 61st Terr., died Oct. 22. Services
t. The Family McKinney grandsons, daughterAnd ; Lovingly remembered and ber 29, wish to thank Dr. Reid, will be held at Temple Baptist
sadly missed by: the staff of Monroe General Hospital Church on Wednesday, Oct. 31,
i> Mrs. Eunice Phillips. Dght. 2 p.m with Rev. L. A.
Ii. |IN MEMORIALf f I IN MEMORIAMIn .' Mrs Arnett ,Phillips, cards of and sympathy friends and who flowers sent officiating. Survivors include -
son4n-law and his wife, Hester, two sons,
-;-1 In loving memory of my Bear cherished memory of our Arnett Jr., Sheila Phillips,. donated the use of their Willington and Joel; five daugh
mother, dear mother, daughter and sis grandchildren cars.We I ters, Mrs. Syblean Rhodrequiz.
MR.who PEARL R. YOUNG ter Mrs. Sylvia 'Wallace, sister also wish to thank the Mrs.. Basheva Bryan, Mrs. Lula
m departed October 25. 1901.m MRS. BARBARA WOODS Mr. Bfrbb Wallace, Key West Undertaking Co. for Mae Colebrook, Mrs. Olive Lam
Beyond the gate my loved one BLATCH brother-in-law its very courteous treatment. bert and Miss Emily
Jm find rest and peace.m. who. departed this Earth Oct.. Mr. Will Hanna Brother May God bless each and every sisters, Mrs. Gertrude Gray, three
i.. There is comfort in the ber 20, 1957. Mrs.' Ruth Hankerson.. aunt one of ,you. Mrs. Eugenia Johnson Kemp,

*. thought that God knows best. elearly loved and sadly m ., Mrs. Drucilla Sears Allen, Mrs. Irene Perez, niece Mamie Greene'; two and brothers Mrs.,
Mrs. Florence Rogers aunt And Family Willie and Willington
And Family The Family Mr. Prince Farrlngton, uncle Key West, Fla. two aunts. ; 22 grandchildren

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SATURDAY; OCTOBER 27,!! 1962, ,. ,If MB 1*I: In Ctfnc'ett SundayThe New Richmond Heights Beauty ..

J. -- '. :' ft 3-BEDROOMS 2 FULL BATHROOMSOpen : ."" "":' '
I Alpha fthf Omega So-
,FOR REP&42BEDROOM .;... >i'itywill preseifltajMts feature Sunday 2 to 0 pan.
Classified'ROOM :e :-guest : a Syiea.test 1ic1a : tmet'ica's
HOUSE Large ..plano'9ehaa bt1Themr4lerxlubrt 'MODEL 14970 FILLMORE ST.
Fla. room, partly furnished O/n b 'Trlo. ..J :

....r I $22 per w' jek. Adults" 1345 NU42nd I1s ,\e4tltidg f t;ri3'Xhe:most .... ,....'. .PAJYV WEEKLY OR MONTHLY '*''oi ''
St. 1;, laou('and listened'tb jazz .
FOR RENT 2.DEDROO-M 1 thu.1 last in Miami, New Yorkfrs "'. :. .t: tf&QUALIFYING NO CLOSING COSTS" 1.1"|, \1

HOUSE, l'eftlgerator l1qd 1 Vegas. Whether you D TAYLOR Agent 759-5221
,. HOUSunfurnshed; ,, 'stove, hot and cold, water ORA ,
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Vtrirsaw'_ ,Concerto, If It is Jazz
509 NW 8th St. Phone'on <
we!lc. 5238 NW 24tr court.. '
;ytta; crave you must see Rubin .
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tytitcheil and trio In person.How
i.UOOM Cottages, water furnish.fd .' entrance and bath, refrigerator,, ,; could you miss sudiaJented a,
week. 569 'NW 8th 9t. ,grou? Make Rubin ..M1tcte1L -
$10 hot and cold water 'and electric '
rn 7.2902. free. $12.50 week for one or two an enjoyment ,essential:W 11 : '
.. people, 6238 NW 24th court.: yours' 'Sunday' Oct. 28 ,from 4to ,, :: :;: : ', > : -\E\
E. PICA nD 6 at the James'E- Scott Community

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J : Very big LEGAL NOTICE .,
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house. toveIv Apply 9 to 5 at O'Berry's Matfc the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof
NICE 1-BEDROOM City Driving School. 6262 NW Dade County, J1a
yard. $20, per week, will sellX50 15th Ave. Elmira Fannin, owner.
; down. Also small apt. for .Oct. 6, 13, 20, 27
adults $15. NE 5-5560., .

FURNISHED APT. Reasonable, Working NURSERY mothers nursery and FOR SALE t BLOSSOMiit
Call OX 12420.
with yard.
klnderKarteni children months 1041 NW 42nd St. Lovely 2-
ck up and delivery. >.
well furnished. $400( )
!*!;18 PER WEEK. Six room unfurnished New Antioch Morlah Church, bedrooms ; i
down. $72 month. $12,5()() FHA.
house 3380 NW 52nd
4922 NW 22nd Ave. Call 634- '
St HI 0-1208. 0173. Owner, Roof;Cleaning & PaintingFREE

Si 8 PER:: WEEK, five room unfurnished JOB WNNTEfl CBS 2-BEDROOM HOME. with- ,
house, stove and re- For general handv man, calf) carport* $800 down, v ESTIMATES INSURANCE
frtger"tor, free gas and water Dennis, Miami PL 7-3394, Pompano 21' BEDROOM FRAME. $500
roil NW 24th Ave. rep CleanedWe
WE 37653. Patio, house down, $W) month. Roofs Pressure
in nice nair, swimming'pool,. parking ETHEL: UEWAKTBroker
POOM for nlcp man a '
horn at 5710 NW 19th Ave Nli General moving, have what, is called! Snowdrop Mobolizing Pro-
4.R 19:5.: I -- 4769 NW nth Ave. quality
Phone 03108134333VJNW : cell, which means cooler homes apid lasting ,

NrA T ROOM In private home FOR SALE fungus and mold resistance. Over 8 years in Dade

('1)1l)) Sunday, OX 17479. FORCES owner to 8th ave. I Open '
HEALTH day 3 t p' 6. Large County.
FRONT ROOM In private home sell Ice two business trucks$7,000, two to houses$9,000 CBS. Complete fented. REASONABLE TERMS AVAILABLENE
homelike atmosphere. 1545 N\V i $2,000 rent. Collateral property Sprinkler system, garage
(OSth\ St. OX 11690. I year Colored. conditloher. cash. White or 4-3759
or month
$12,400. $400 ,down, $73
FAN, FURNISHED room For more Information call NE ," 1.No closing costs. A,
with modern bath and nicelyfirnlshed | 5-1279 between 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. BenKori"Realtor pays 2644--NW 2258 N.W. 58th Street Miami, Fla.

kitchen In quiet UPHOLSTERING Machine. ;For' 62nd St.' Nlteg PI ;,0-5533', ; 'Days, :, '
place Call OX 14864. 1-4035 OX 19372., A
c.alLOX or
Information! .
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NICE ROOM In private :h the,. Pft 9-8589, FR v&2000. 2001 NW 42nd' St. Open Sun -. -.1It--

Middle aged sober man, quietneighborhood TAKE OVER: payments, 1961 Gay. 3' to_, 6, Total;$(),995. Only "CALL LIFE, FOR BARGAINS"
kitchen and $68'month pays
PL 8-8503, $400 down
privilege. I GE televisions, refrigerators, all 2 bedroom CBS, tile roof,,
and ( 3-BEDROOM
food freezers ranges fenced. back yard, stove and re-
ROOM In private home for a or electric) $2J3; weekly. NE frigerator. This Is a real, bar- $300 Down $76 Month
refined working man. OX 1-0425.) : 5705.. pain for nice family. A. Ben-
I Kori, Realtor, 2644 ,NW 62nd St. Corner, fenced, Florida room, separate. garage.
LOVELY efficiency DELUXE room house, 2 bed Nites PL 9-C533.; Days OX
furnished. 3120 NW 67th St. room, tile bath and Fla. room. 19372. Beautiful. A MUST.
No mortgage fee. 52nd St,, and '
OX 1-6343. 10th ave. Call 6348197. $480 1411 NW 43rd St... Drive by Split Level $400 Down

1-BEDROOM DUPLEX nice krcation down. N3 3 bedroom CBS, nice rooms. COSTS
: f $400 down, $85 $71 MONTH NO CLOSING
unique at )Matthews Total $13,000.
Grocery, 6981 NW 15th Ave.or BED CBS, plus effi month pays of 1. Call me, A. Ben- CBS, tile roof, garage, a dream
down $11b0UBOWLING St.
call 759-3842. ciency. FHA $400 Korl Realtor, 2644 NW 62nd

1 1f Nites PL ?-533.. Lays OX 19372., 3-BEDROOMS 2 BATHS

755 NW 4,4th St. Drive by. This;' $500 Down No Qualifying:
Is a beauty inside, large, large..
rooms, 3 bedroom plus extras... MOVE RIGHT IN. Huge Florida room, stove, refrigerator
Total D,005, only ,$300 down.,' dishwasher fence.
$86.00 month pays all. Ideal, ,
large family. Call me, A. Bern; $300 Down $71 Month
Instructions Korl, Realtor, 2644 NW 62nd
Free >
Is Fun St. Nltes PL 533. Days OX LOVELY CBS. Furnished, large lot, seller pays your

19372. I I, closing costs, you must see this buy of buys. ,-
748 NW 44th St. Drive' by if

DancingFEATURING you this 2 fant bedroom a real plus doll this house.is See the I I LIFE REALTY

Total $9,200
buy of the year
only $350 down, $75 pays all. NW 7th Ave. PL 94371
THE Call me, A. Ben-Korl, Realtor 4932
26it NW 62nd St. Nltes PL
I 95533. Days OX 19372. I

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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. ----.----- III_ 1 T" liT II 1 11JL
; : PAGE 14 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1962:
Phil! 1.llwl"
I I Key CSt America'sSouthernmost

,. :: :;:::::::::::::':::':':':':':':':':':':' :':..':.'.:'.:.:..,.,..... j---....-....... ---.._- City

1I t I :\\\\Il\\ t t !fM j :::::::::: I' A drunken driver, arrested af- Hr FRANCES B. PALMER r

............................ 'ter a 57 block chase in which . .
- - - - - --------
...::..::..:;..::.:..:.::.:..:.::.:.:..::..::.:.:.;.:: he tried to run down a policeman '
.....,....... said, "Why don't you cops I WITH OUR BOYS IN SERVICE I Douglass High, class of 68.
'go out and shoot some thieves Norfolk Va. Wilbert Stevenson -
\.:.:.;.:.:.:.:.:: t ffMmm '- rnVY $ instead of picking on us poor chief steward, USN, bus The voting was as follows:
\.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.' drunk drivers? I band of the former Miss Verdell 1 I Miss Cosmetology Mrs, tfew -
........ J. Garcia, of Port Village, no
:::::::: I Such a question la evidenceof lores Lord, New York; first attendant

'................................... .L V* WwS&vXWra the lack of maturity in a]'I aboard nt the of attach Miami,cargo is serving ship,,. Audrey Martin; second
:::.i:':':':':' grown man. The foolishness ofi I I USS Muliphen, operating from attendant, Mrs. J Ethel Jackson,
:::::::::::::::::. this incompetent is
.:.i:.;.:.:.;.:.:.:.... person Norfolk. Belle Glade,
:';';':';';';';':';;';;'. ::.Y:: 'N:1h I proved in news items nearly The Muliphen Is'orie of sever
"' every day. Just a short time ago al ships of the Atlantic fleet
W. ''
NECESSARILY drunk driver rammed
a car I amphibious force designed to deliver
,off the Birthday greet ngc in October:
expressway, killing a 191 -
whole, a whole without all It's 1 weapons and goods to com
SO"GENESIS year-old pregnant woman. This Mrs. Cleora Lopez, Mrs. Fran-
parts. How many more Babelsare bat troops through the use of
II there in the whole. I ask all I death,very morning I read of the amphibious landing tactics. ka Mae Chapman. Mrs. Marie
this as a child asks his of a man and injury to Green, Mrs. Norma Bennett, Miss
"Now the whole earth had one many two of his five children, caused
and few questions. Children don'tal; by .head-on collision Army Sgt. Marvin A. Deane Gwendolyn Welters Mrs. EloIse
language words ways get answers. What they get with a Walker Rev. John
'drunk Ramsey, Al
driver. son of Mrs. Edith L. Deane 12-D
And they said to another depends whom ,
one on_ they ask. Fort fredo L. Sands, Warren W. Wel
'come let us make bricks I sometimes tney get a good answer Imagine the grief of his wi- eight weeks of intensive completed field ters, Howard Lopez Vernell
Sometimes they ,get, turn dow and children and of the (Carey and Terence Williams.
let us build ourselves a city, and I ed else training with other members: of
away or they get grief of the
a story family of the I
a tower with Its top In the heavens I like that of Babel. mother-to-be. young the 4th Armored Division at the j
and the Lord said, : theft Can any loss by I| Seventh Army Training Area in i
Behold they are one people; Has God changed? Is He big herein compare described.to the tragedies Grafenohn, Germany i Mrs. Eloise Sands Walker of
they have all one language and ger, better and more gracious? Is Jesus told Our beloved The training included day and I Cincinnati, Ohio Is here visiting
this Is only the beginning of |He more understanding than He of us to expect the loss night tactical exercises empah her mother, Mrs. Flossie Sands
what they will do .come let,was in the days of Babel? Has world earthly"where belongings In this sizing mobllty and chemical, biological who has been very 111 at Monroe
us go down and there confuse heaven been moved? Is He through thieves" break and radiological warfar General Hospital. At this time
their language They left off afraid of us or was He afraid of; and steal. (Matt. 619.: ) An esstential part of the trainIng she is now at home, 413 Smith
building the city. Therefore its I them? Considering all, why Which do you fear more, the is range firing of individualand I Lane.
name was called Babel, because';did, He bother with them and thief who would pilfer your crew served 'weapons includIng -'
there the Lord not with world goods, the Mrs. Julia Mingo faithful
confused the j us? i or drunken' the army's new M-60 a
of all the driver who would ; member of Bethel AME Church
language earth. I Is it sinful take your life machine gun, the 103 and 120'
to think? Is
I to be i or maim you- H. A. Overstreet millmeter tank is a patient at Monroe Hospital.
Certainly, this day the tower enlightened not to be sought by noted American guns. Friends wish her a speedy
The 4th re-
of Babel crumbled. Ask me howor man? Is reasoning a product of book psychologist, In''his : a major element of
I "The Mature NATO covery.
why it is that there are so I,I heaven or hell? A child asks, I tells us that the most danger, ., an essential forces role in in Europe, plays I',
many languages. I'll give you an "How come there are different ous members of our society world maintaining'
opinion based on reason. I'll tell languages?" Should I tell him of those grownups are 1 peace.
Iain't I whose powers'1 Sgt. Deane -, leader i in Neatly Furnished
the when
you story Babel "cause It I know that, "It of Influence are adult. Co.
But I D of the division's
necessarily so." I ain't necessarily so." whose motives 50th Infantry ROOMS
and responses in! Erlangen
i, Germany,
Nearly all of life I thought All this brings to mind Noah, are infantile I entered the army in June,, 1958, FOR RENT
that: I knew why there are dif his Ark and the flood, but let's Alloylnga drinking man to,,1, The soldier is a 1958 graduate
ferent languages. I was told not talk about them because I like placing a loaded of Douglass High School.
about' Babel. I believed !It. Never won't want to offend anyone. I gun in the hands of a child I His father, Alpheus Deane, Maid Service
did I doubt or question this would rather cause you to think, Like the chilld the drinker I lives at 714 Thomas St. Private Parking
story. Though as I to reason; it's lacks the
a boy watched interesting. Re understanding of For Cars
with fascination man's actlvJtles'ln member to be careful. Don't adult and like the I
the skies, Babel stood.I 1 make any rash moves or do or gun, responsibUftYf e under the Mrs. Audrey Martin was vote Ann's Guest House
Doubt first came to me not so say anything that !Is In any control of an incompetent, t is ed first attendent to Miss Cos ,
long ago. I am not smart else way too different from society I equally as dangerous a weapon. metology out of a class of 22 students
I I would have seen through 1 it I those who be locked up while l Surely, there must be i for the Roosevelt Homecoming 344 N.W. 10th St.
long ago. I am far, far from believe in Babel re way of keeping these infantile some game (Poro). FR 99155AND
being the first to reach higher main free. If you agree with me I minded adults'' out of the driver's Mrs. Martin is taking a voc ALSO -
heights than the Tower of Ba OK. If you agree with me. 'OK. seat They flaunt I tional course in cosmetology at
bel could have reached, even If Please remember I did say, "it 1 Why don't we place our them laws un-: Roosevelt High School in West Lindsay'sGuest
tongue had remained speaking ain't necessarily sot?" OK Cou. deli! the jurisdiction ofparole Palm Beach.
,j the same language and the Ba sin. ftc rs, who could check of. I Mrs. Martin Is the former House
; bel building project continued I I them and thereby 'up on Audrey Sayyer'and the grandnowena -
prevent the,
til now. daughter of Mrs.
carnage of 'sober citl-t 1 i jer, 210 Pln- 358 N. W. 10th St.
1 I cannot say who dreaded up SEE THE WORLD'S zen by drunken drivers? I I Mrs. Martin Ollvla is St a FR 1.9177
the story. I think I know why GREAT SPIRITUAL of hid
ForlM; that I should mislead AND PSYCHIC READER a.. -- -
I others. I say mislead, not fool, I
because to be fooled is to be BISHOP HUNTER For The Finest Apartments
mislead by one who knows bet If yon are tick or worried, don't at Moderate Rates Call
ter. Those who explained Babel fall to lee me today Office boon
to me believed it!
dally 1 p.m. to 0 p.m. Thursday
They have faith. They dare not
believe otherwIse.Don't I t p.m. to 0 p.m. Sunday 11 a.m. BONDED
o 8 p.m. '
speak to me of faith I
when I ask for reason: I have RKADINGS '
I heard enough of faith. Give me .
reason. Sir, sir, you cry but I '1.00 q
say, "It ain't necessarily so" up RENTAL ,
Faith and reason would cause '
your tower of Babel to be as M17 8W 17 St.
mine In question.

I can no longer accept the WESTIIOLLYWOOD
story of Babel. Can I the AGENCY INC.
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Kfy Training, of So, Fa Lauderdale .. JA 44337
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_' .,......, ...,. "lHf4N'il MtfVtftfgiftaetfgffirt I. B. T. Washington Bigk,

Attend High School Red Cross Council For Youth a tfay eaf rest tatel4ea I tbtf' 1Iit!.. .aw bdI &,
I I 'mati' HtttMUltt _._. .. were
'In, tdltf red balm; salts -
Begins 1963Activities away !itlnaaMi fins' tawtBif tftIt 'uinpsfcrf
N' tin scftooC mow\ -Meea MriMrt to j&aatl ttwat
Training Camp tuunttertr
Leaders tl ever ifitoy were ami11aatUDt: ental Oeez ?TOL liliiMlia Hum: mim
-- let altt wwb': SB*. .fcrottuttihsnt :
'u-3t weeewA wer'r<< It th' t.\ l/ $W'","" A ""1t 't\\ beti several seium 1aurne.ek' gJUftuwl MHH

.';N: Il Jt;> wrorLt "Zit t\'.<<'1 /t lied C\ \II watt: al\ u1Pr'er'rttteti 1\ star. Ot. 1IS p.m., the w to Bayftent Park auditorium; \i r.- :lt. ,crftiler.Dt,. eeeefeeilettzet prt Kiun Aee-:wt_

.; (1QID p aeDtriee tiOCI bate Council fwr Youth bejan Oct W, to engage ut: the 1J1iJri Il : ia *. mmof .
,Vainer af.li SrNt>t E'tal U* act t hies' for the ccmbrts year state TwcMnjj;; and: N\mUuJ tuft 4 c m .-
l rmoliattiEitt"t \Vth hltth1btM o5 examkutiun., Amonjr tnusexamJlutioa : aft
aW. ett with' the IrtslalVaitfott of new l gIWQIltlgW.Mtt.
W'urgeCif........., ''f ttw WffMr., 'Alhtsl t tk't N l y Rer. tW? Kick* :a- ing the, went SCatfturin FtaniigB ba, 'I :they lye C: :S. ?eat wttn*. tree tax ra
: Skk\e1: 1\\"tt of the Rt trnra deg'p Pethet "UtE Bethel. JJienv ut iTW,
)t '1\ ,< Qt \ Ul.dhxlt WM tho guotAker \ 9tadee&rtt Ruachv udrayr 'thuI I speciaL invatattlHt* g&teuii ,

.::ru l* SA cLiid atltt 'lXon "Quo YQ' Robert Gjiltlel, probation officer ma,, Dutows; Lanier 'tt'Uvel1i1 :i students cu, use tfen aapor: fti,-

: ii.>rlliat rS mQ of DaUe CiHurty ,JuvenlJ Yktrum. Lauroatwa.: Thumnsan, dUtiia after sehurii 1nhP etuelicommunity

,...iw3 pdtrl, 'a'i' li Mdn J.tNlrth Pado High CVntrt was elected president: Stanlijy- S' Cmtiores WlMamsi. dbria: 5fltchallPhyUI insew '. '\ttw
Ertoa. -
i t e11'1r Mrs, France* loiter, secretary
RbclQL p::1\ th" \rly morning Ituur0100 ,Hut ...
GIDfiII sturitih srvlc' on Sunday, Mrsu Dorothr Portloek. carte Jt .,omtf: Uuse I aasittltbalt, ptm'viIngc,
., ; i:<<' Q 3I a. '" svx\tuience; Emanuel; Hutchescntreasurer. j I :atnlutitr gamiEhme

,=,: IJC" ..... .. .. aa \..11Cwd -- A a star i! \\t'1t't' students af the' cwmsttquunct i >1tUmingitntbu ialRn its tit:
._ sa'rced; u Wi1.ot High School R xltwcherssiHMisora i Warning: : jl : :
,,'e.. efr. lliese.z L cide O'<.m and ltttiCrcs This Council fcs; avnsecLariait +., notice: was given: tu 1 die air: Contestants are!! well: ut iiacavetBii ;.

.i ,.,..., perscnael: and Is dedicated to' the tough rat the fKct that alt per-wna to |tbailr: :.tittle parinj{; tnr matt wise! Sli l
I welfare: Dad County caught luywaiainc ore streets j l qrai
\, ?Ser Aaert R d.1' Mr Naomi Adm0, W. Car the! promotion cf wholesome; front of or surraumilnjf: : T | jauna; liidlua :am ux: die tmntiiiir.
.. .. \vrt Lw Albert. Dorsey: WilliamFlit community conditions: the spcnsoring > Wishinjjtun.: : would be Tpven. d 1 Klttinic string with ehtnt ftotpTOdUctiua
\... .. Tferryuuni CQl \ Vest Homestead: Mrs. of proper legtslatloa foe tat nr. If thtr indlvtduaL ilfcaug3it I uf the Heawn. w1t1t
.,-! BessyBartwtt I lten m' On\, North\\\\t rn:; child welfare: the prevention of cansii>tiintly bt.' wall be bit diet' TTuHtpmns ut: thtnr an-
Dgg &* Ttwrt. > Alvin Bryant. Maj-s: Mrs Cencs juvenile delinquency: the /study Dllltli: in. administrative author nuatdr:1ma.l1uur: Tnt piairetew t:

:. :. Mary Geciiaux MitHoiH va Collie, C.V\ C rvt'r Mrs. of youth problems In Dud lr\T.. present "me HT&tterttur W9itri
: ': JUsiw Griffin. "1I.rothvGr.d1.3.m.. BT\\1 Mrs County and arousing: a gmutac i of the a satiN h to: anti act Tha gltut wilttstar
.:': Knag; Biizei KJriiusi, Catherine Marp,, BT\\":; Mrs Po the problem cf Its youta, Students :amreminded: diiranca'CUllec ttasu bw-
\tatheews,, J.fea Pfercsll,, j Sand, Mays Mrs Bettye rune that them wilt be' nu gum : Phylll MJfer% las**
,_ii get, ) *9&ar Ti Ftuc \ViUlains. Mays; Mrs. Eddie Mae: President Gabriel urge trorytntcreist \ chtt\vtojf the ciuasrauav: i man Brown. :anti; Patncm I eIi
: Wilson Dorsey; Miss Margery In the community 1 I staff m !m> $btHat
::-JJft rf teteae&r* study.; ':"imroy. director of school relations Interested person to Join wittt Three nmvspapwr That t Gaunty-wulo gat'
given 11n.rOmp
as. pnaefe* fttess. :and: ; Mrs. Alj-ce Cbrum. secre him In helping the "dependectf hers attended: a lundieon Staffers Hal:: Crass lw1de-rM\lU 'mII
-, :ami pre eatatca: of ary of school relations and "delinquent' youth of Dade 1 by thu, Clth"rinlIen.' TB. jLjsuciatioit... aurateen ,, wilt he' held: Oct.NUranJeu3JDBmb8Ri
uMedtbe> I i were Qwaissa
.ss ('ount :amp
and;: Cirayj ttlijtl
for tike wo&scdL This Wewere all delighted to have [ : Thompson : front: seven
:-dutftKd :at tile Dale HIT former Dade: County chairman Dade County: Council for j Cholatom.The main.obi(tiv ai !achaula- will: attend' *a' oamp.,
Porit: Cape :at Owra&ssa1st of secondary schools, Mr. Youth meets every third Tuea"tar this lunchiiun. was ta inform Hose Sluunnoit will: Ut Intl dl"
"hartes L. Williams come from of the month at S pjn. atSCO E Journalist on. theto; coverage rector
Jacksonville to be with our NW 2Sth It. The public bi df their newspapers:. Laurasttwir: 'thum on.. repo"
hCr ore sp on >i --roup for the weekend. Fruited hiJhnJhr ; tur: Mtx STorion Shannun. sf m
tkesr field snctt as; Ring: measurement
: .r>a First: AM, Labor Dr. W. Roy DeV ore, chairman: 'Mt the day act Iff aenlun \awn I Studratawill travel: t tu, W a.tPalhx

'.ry. :inf inrtiicMX and otbr I of school -relations was la atteth J. W. Jokuoa School Each: senior watt busityr atyla getting that : Beacn' t to; atttmit thir8mb-
Lance and setectlnir.: '"
,) disnonstraScLool I fitted Dwpreee bait gameb !two n the: 'lraa
I Linnet
btSt. :
The student: body: teachers and wit him was the representative finrThe does and: fiugevelt
School< are
lolmscc Elementary
: Seniors Nathan Young PTAThe andprincipal
,h very grateful: ta the PTX '
WfelHeato Cbundl of the GW Carver Parents
Demos PTA cf Nathan: Tounj"aementary :
"r anize Jr. Crass for
; School had tea seo president James R. Bowen: Amertcut Jumur Katl

'.."icr CJi-fcygn. of Liberty .arid meeting: : of the year oa Oooer > for supplytnjj the stodoct: pa- i,temanarr: schools& at Daugfiu wn held Elementary an Club in Benefit
1$. trol with helmets :and nfm. Friday;
j <*oroe te or : afentfaa tetnwa ,as T. McKaiix. a Ion mort1d.m at: a d stanc* wMci cant J. W Johnson :accompany .dtv r Hlglt Schoor Baml: l isenefit.
'"nor De nCcrats. Tics or- .poles- to the ijcoupt on the? rcpt, win be of much heCp to the stadtsocs led UrSw Veronica TL. QfBerryta ;"ponsorlnir' a pr t:RichmondEeigitts
feel the tutor Our CT nm itjy ny thtj meeting' ttt which; thelreeelZ"i tih*
n is to ? -Impt'tlV'ng!: jn : The oman of the 'QG'- m Done aft
aiarze: theseiv "mprovfrrgOur Riot. Mr. MovatnT trol are James Mack captamt program, was outilie+i. Rucraatiuit Canterthorn

.-':c and OKsmunity: w ari :. speech nrrcakct many j, Robert Ri2cX leutenant :and Junior! Bud ,flM with:: the purpose of dfemto'tor
:.tl retey, Oct. 20, the fot xiintj< far t&ougftt and conaai- : Sandra; Laniert. sergeueC.. TbmIriLm t to \ uniform for ttoa C W CarTOT
elected 'ration Re admonished thegroup Croifa; glf1L.1rslltft.; + r"fpA"oqrnt 5TU ltr by th rSwlnginir
2. officer Haroftj: :: were Gary; rice of the necessity of every sirs Ethel GL Prtmu3w con our school: tiitr year :are :as I! HIJdt Band: of 1 fly Ctalte.jT&la .
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>!"i Gary; secretary Teresa Veflnro becoming a first cl usnlzen untulated: the: patrols far their frlluwsrCaraldlne affair wilt be fffiday ai fttfc
:--. sooner. Weldon Rou- aril accepting: ; bis responsibility dcm>r a, rtrr" fKScosaH rib. A > Scrogsins;. prasi- Oct.. ZtLANDREWS'
maser Mrs. Dorothy In the community ando certificate of merit writ n' (dent; Sandra: Uftnmtr; vice pro* I
the community: I en. ta thlf patrolmaa. aampl1fpinlt : dune Vincent I ndrfclc;. sew* I
dune duringeacft "
the best full Caruwtunv assistanttchen JEWELERSwvrcir
Is only a Ivory !
tf aow there Treat and Mrs T: .
Mrs terrexrvnica
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{rcwpi Bet membership each i % .\'W'
"mitn, two of our parents Rubtrrta-. chair a.D.'Gn'J
',' and better or.OB. W ntiua.
)r a Wgger> ; mtertateed the group with a Duran Fire Preu GLOOC4O BJU.WItJ.!
sick j
: ,'.. achoot activities were' centered man. !:
':u :err feserested and la (obxMrs.. Gladys Coachmanv :a ,! around. Lire prevention. HL Eeddlcx.: porter: I l Twn tit UIUltD--

r htak seism can & .41COn fxth grade teacher explain1o Students: eongranifatBd' on mitt G. Minus. ptindpaLDrrre Alt work; guarantttml!
,' to tae big vote offic*; the parent how the mnneyi'or : their order of passingdurlnjr
;W 17th are. Inatructtonal fee i Js useit.The I fire drtm The firs drill was held I m 343133.

final event wa remarfcir oa MiandayH; art X. I I CarcMIyt 363: MIW Zhi: "tb.JIC1'SMEM'S .
principal. Mrs. J. Dt
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Parents: anr 1 l
SEE THE SOOTH'S lackey. contact their lb11tfol"" ch 1 drays
Mrs. Josephine continue to '
LEADING COLORED Mrs Haael: W: Mathews -" teacher ut order to
'ffedpal, help the child's! rearningsericecalls WEAl
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t I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. Personal Mention Cox KindergartenNews from have 2 horse p.m to rides 6 p.m.and They refreshments will

1 I tin sale All children
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PAGE 16 SATURDAY, OCTOBER, 27!.,1962_ Robert Williams Sr., of Miami Invited to celebrate Hallowe'enwith

; 1 was elevated to the 33rd and The tots, of Cox Kindergarten us,
South Florida Body NoticeThe will have their annual Hallo I Mr. and Mrs W. 0 CoX and
i: last degree of, Masonary during we'en Party Saturday, Qpt .27 Staff, 1753 NW 4th Court.
,t+ Beautiful Contest I a session' of 'the Supreme Council I ,
Applied Christianity Spiritual
33rd degree, Scottish Rite of
: F ,. '1''"';" North D n d e Junlor.Senlor Temple of 1451 NW 3rd.'Freemasonry, Prince Hall -affiliate
.::.'f. High School PTA and the Opa-!,Ave,, will "concentration" Southern Jurisdiction atJaclt1on ':BARON'S NEW DELUXE HOMES
locka Health Club will present '
Miss., last week ,
services starting this: Sunday at *
t. I.?' a Mist Body Beautiful and Mr. '
;, I South Florida Physique Contest 8 p.m. There will also be a 3 BEDROOM 2 BAtH GARAGE
: ,; at the North Dade auditorium I candle' lighting service on the 1440 NW 59th St. Open 3-5 p.m. Sunday
I ij! Tuesday Oct. 30 at 8:15: p.rn. Miami Times Ads
: )' an opper. altar. Rev. Fields 'better knownas 813 NW 57th' St. Duplex.. Good income
it tunity stoateveryone and Mother Fields will be In ,
: -:, in Get Fast Results SMALL DOWN PAYMENTBuild
charge of the services.

: It'( 1;. to around compete the for South the titles Florida of Miss nica ...,._...._.,..",._.,. __'<'P_....._....." ,... .... ..M"'''''...to IT._'.>Y.IT.....IY.IY.IY.IT.1Y.ll'.J..I..IY..Jf.Jl'.I'f.Jf.Jt. on your lot. Homo Improvements Xd money down
Body Beautiful and Mr. South Cash laid for homes or lots

1 Florila use Physique.their beauty Contestantswill or their Sunday ,Special 4426 NW 23rd Ave. Lots for Sale $30 down, $30 month

muscles to compete for the NEED CASH? CALL JE 81340. JE 2-4343
titles. House. and Swimming Pool

Clubs !end: organizations are Bedrooms 1 Bath Screened Patio
invited to sponsor contestants.This -
is particularly tree of Lot completely fenced in I

young ladies who feel tr.at they $600 Total Down Payment No Closing Coats

can qualify.All persons. desirous of par. $25 Weekly Pay All JETTY CLINIC

.'i tlclpatfnj? can contact Op ..10k3 UNIVERSAL REAL ESTATE
,' ;' Health ClUb MU 1-3667, or by 2156 N.W. 36th St. NE, 5-2892
f visiting at. 1995 NW 1520ct St. '
;' Deadline for all entries is Oct.. OPEN SUNDAY 1 TO 4 P.M. 91)7) N.W. 2nd AVENUE
1. 24, so that all contestants will
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rI Persons who atend: this pro. OPENING SPECIALThis
gram will be: awa bv the contestants -
and amazed bv the
ad and cash
demonstrations of the physical $1.00
feats accomplished by she .ttu-
;., Culture. Are worth a $2.50 call
dents of Physical ;
; This month

Sales Service Rental
2282 Bunche Park West Drive
) Radio Hi-Fi Television
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FR 4.2044I
I !. M ode clinic for all Monday thru Friday 7-8 p.m.

f Da.te night your date bowls free Wed. 8 p.m. I
I Moonlight Bowling Thursday 8 p.m.
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FRIENDS AT : AH Cars Guaranteed



I, .1.\' '1I I I "BE OUR GUEST"Clubs
Zeke Portler Is shown admiring IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
the trophy won by his and churches..desiring use.our; meeting rooms ,. .
son, Klnpsley forbeing.pudgedthe 'r' .. \ .' .. : ') :. '. / I' ..' :
: to QJ __
World's Most Muscular Man ,..Call ;,624- 3. ,. :> ,, :
j at the Mr. Universe-Mr..Amerr, ,f !.... j. -.I ,.... .".. ...... '4' '''' J. : /. ,,,, 1 ; .

"" i 'motith.ica contest in, .Brooklyn Jast- L". .' STOP!I.. LOOK! LISTEN! .

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Ij j I I DO YOU OWNs II We sell not only cars, but service with
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s -=Y.- '4. I -"rarer*w 'jEjauw
! L We'will with the ---o-' ,
4 lI by these homes. help you
: 11 financing. j. Year
\ .- "ice.; j' Down
f 1-1042 NW 47th Street | $450 down 59 Dodge H.T. all power $95
: 3-bedVoom CBS home FHA terms.
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i 59 Ford "8!" Automatic, 95
j : f fI I 2-1174, NW 41st Street \ $73.70 month

I ) I ( I 2-bedroom.CBS home.. Large I rooms, Florida room 59 Foreign Economy radio 75

3-1553 NW 50th Street [ $300 down 60 English Ford 95

3-bedroom home, large. room Move right in.
.' 59 'Chev. 'Economy "6" 95
4-3060 NW 57th Street >l j $495 down | :.

Brand new ..3bedroonhome..' Fenced yard | 58 Pbmtiac H.T., all power 95
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SONNY WRIGHTRegistered 6-180S NW 52nd Street 'I|j : f f \ $295 ,downNice v 58 Dodge H.T., all power 75

clean house. Pay,only $20 week.
Representativelike | 57 Ford 500. all j 75
I world to take thin opportnnlty 6-4745 NW 32ndl Avenue' :
to thank: all of my 7-bedroom CBS beauty. :Real large rooms. Good 57 DeSoto 4-door, power j,; 60
many for supporting me
for rooming house, nursing home or doctor's of
In' my past business ventures i 57 H.T. 2 door* air \ 75
fices. Buick
I look forward to serving yon I r power,
In the future.
Buying n homo today la a 7-775' NW'44th Street $495 down 55 Mercury H.T. Power and air : 50

step toward future security for Extra large ,,,3-bedroom'J, 2 bath home. Florida !
, I yon and your family. If yon are room outdoor patio. :i 56 Mercury, 9 pass., power, air 50
In the market: for a homo or any
;f '', other type of real estate Invest
: ment I ran help yon, and I will LOADS OF TRANSPORTATION SPECIALS -
:. help you. Call me first.' Wo have See .our brand new deluxe 3-bedroom, homesin

", Liberty more than City 300 area homes alone. Let in the mo Liberty City. See model. at,1880 NW, 62nd, $25 ,Down Everybody Rides.

help you select home. Terrace; < :II' ,

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Registered Real Estate
RepesentativeFord Ask about our brand new!2, 3 and 4 bedroom

Realty homes 'in GoullerFHA: Move right in. Only

569 N.W. 54th St. $200 down. DIXIE BELLE MOTORS

Phone PL 7-2589 :

i We have over 300 others .
\, '. .. DR. M. RADIN Y .. ,
;' We 557S.'NW. 27th AVENUE
General Practice are open every, nite ,,'til 8ip.m."p. 1 N.I .. :

1159 Pone Obstetric NW 374-1419 3rd Ave. Ford ReItya Inc PHONE 634.1137

Open dally 0 a.m. 8 p.m. i ,
Sunday 10 a.m. 13 noon 569 N.W. !)4thStreet: PL 7.2559 Open 9 a.m. 9 p.m. Including Sunday

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