The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: November 3, 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
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00341

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Elliott J. 'PiizeDies of Young other Bishop W. F. Ball Returns

' Faces

Heart Attack on PlaneMiami's Baby's DeathA to A.M.E. 11th DistrictAt

22-year-old a meeting of the Bishops i served as pastor of Greater
Favorite Son woman was re I
turned from Georgia to Broward of the AME Church in Washington .I Bethel AME Church here several -- I

County last week to stand trial D.C. on Wednesday, Bishop| years ago
Rites SaturdayFuneral on a second degree murder W. F. Ball was appointed to Fla, ,
charge of strangling her newly *
services for the late born baby. the 11th Episcopal District.

Elliott John Pieze, County Solicitor Thomas M. The following transfers were
radio station WMBM and "' Coker Jr., said Miss Josephine also made: Bishop Sherman 1.
Boston, Ga. waived
tising manager and 'k extraction and was booked in Greene of the 11th District, goes!

for the Miami Times, Broward County jail Saturday to Texas, the 10th District, ,to
held Saturday, 10 a.m. In night succeed Bishop Ball; Bishop
Agnes Episcopal Church, woman admitted giving John Bright, to Arkansas and
Venerable John E. Culmer birth to a girl Oct. 18 then plac Oklahoma, the 12th District-
elating. a $ ing a strip of cloth around her Bishop G. N. Collins to the West >
1 1try
neck he and 18th Di*. >
said. An autopsy showed Indies, the 17th
Mr. Pieze, who lived at +t the baby died of strangulationand tricts. : 1I
NW 6th place, was stricken S 4rJg Medical Examiner R. K. ,
a heart attack Saturday Haugen said there were strong The prelates met In Washington
on a plane while enroute Indications of infanticide on Wednesday to attend thr
lahassee to cover the The solicitor said Miss Mln last rites of the late Btshor l
A&M-Tennessee State: ( cey came from Georgia the latter Frank M' ".,Reld of the. Second
game.A part of July and lived with District, comprising Washington
an aunt, Mrs. Emma Wright in Virginia and North'' Curo
stewardess on the: Hallandale. She told the ofdccrthat Una.

Airline flight observed she was alone when the in Bishop Ball la the first Floridian
Pieze was seriously' 111 and and was active fant was born, and knowing she back to Florida
to come
ed Milton Smith ( ) in almost every WAS dead, placed her in a cereal in that office since the passing
see after him. At this life in the community. box which she hid in the of Bishop H. Y, Tookes. He
newsman slumped over his closet of a bedroom. She left for
World War II he ,was
unconscious, and gasped! Georgia two days after, the baby
last. The plane stopped in range"j In the Army Engi t was born. TI'
pa and he was announced and saw service in j ':Mrs. Wright found the child't I
on arrival at Clara Frye body.
pltal. by a brother,
sisters, Mrs. Maude
At the airport in Miami, Letha Curry Mrs. Parades To Help ;i1;
went through the wrong Sanders, and Mrs. Mel
and.,when he found out,
and .his former
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to wtert'strenuous 1tf j h. '
; : Get Out The VoteParades .
reach his flight) before the
Lett.. sn ,ewltnesa.said.MrJ .,#,.." ,..,,;,, Ihl
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ti will be the order of (
*Pieze was born In the day on Saturday as the Operation I, !4rla
but came to Miami with : Big Vote Caravan swings
tents more than 40 years SURE Into the homestretch on its trip
was a graduate of to the polls Tuesday, Nov. 6. ,
Washington High School
attended Florida A&M Liberty City, Brownsville, Opa L '
sity, and was a lineman Locka, downtown Miami and
football team of both VOTE Coconut Grove will hear the : _
pound of brass and the beat of _
For more than 20 drums on Saturday when the
was president of the I greatest. Get-Out-The Vote Cam r
Washington alumni :paign ever attempted gets underway k

and served in that ,, ?
to his death. He was ; I The Liberty City Parade be p, 4r' '
marshal for the annual 'crlns at 11 am. spearheaded by y t 4 '

,.." ,," ,," ,,," ,." .," ,the Holmes Elementary SchoolBoy 4
u._...___ ...._._ .., _"__M ___ '... Scouts, Cub Scouts and
patrols; Dorsey Junior H i g I I-
patrols and honor guards. Liberty -
: City Elementary School
Brownies and Boy Scouts anc'
I two units from Lillle C. Evan
School Participating units will
i he the Ministerial Alliance
YMCA, PTA, Northwest Jayceesthe ",
bands of Frank DuBols .
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: Sam Early, along with George Shown aUove are the, contest; Leesburg, sophomore contestant
Wright and his original Clips. tents for Miss Homecoming at; Patricia Henderson, Miami,
senior contestant; Barbara Jackson
The downtown Caravan Pa I Bethune Cookman College. The" Gainesville, Junior contes
rade will step off at 1.30: pm. led winner will be crowned l ov ft I 'A
bv\ the Booker T. Washington at 8 p.m. in the college"8'ymtta4]tant.The College WUdcats'wl11 meet
__ High School Band under the di lum. S :' Claflln College of Orangeburg
__ rectlon of Timothy Savage and Reading from left' to right:.J S. C. In their annual homecoming
1 s ; oarticlpatlng units from Phyllis Wanda Ross, Fort Pierce freshman game' Saturday, Nov. 10 at
Wheatley, Dunbar and Douglas contestant; Lottie Dabney!;,!2 pm. in Memorial Stadium..
RChools and the band of Frank ----

At the same hour the Caravan
Parade in Coconut Grove will
I 1/ .It i :"' I<-'3 .. be led by the Carver Band un
; : ,
,i: .5 der the direction of Phillip
,\.,,'' ).'..ft' \ow''. ,... .. Cooper; two units from Carver
iiu. '.,- "I. 1: ..,'.II JJ'. '_"" -' _. ..,- High and all of the elementary

Officers of the National Dental utive board. Continued on page 4
Association met in the Hotel Two Negro dentists. Dr. R., C .
Fontainebleau. Participating in Bell and Dr. R A. Hawkins of
the meeting were (seated) Dr 'Charlotte, N.C. picketed the The Rev. Theodore R. Gibson, lr.
Richard Layne, NDA president:: opening session Monday of the rector of Christ Episcopal
Dr. Gerald Timmons, ADA pres American Dental Association at Church and secretary of the Coconut
ident-elect; Dr. Russell A. Dix. the Fontalnebleu hotel on Miami Grove Ministerial Alliance
on NDA past president and dean Beach. views with satisfaction the
of the College of Dentistry, Howard The all-Negro National Dental groundbreaking and plans for
University; Dr. Harold Hillenbrand Association voted at its last the City of Miami's new Plaza
ADA secretary. Stand meeting to picket the ADA became Park In Coconut Grove. That's
ing: Dr. Matthew Mitchell. NDA 12 southern state dental Miami Mayor Robert King High
presidentelect; Dr James Wallace associations allow no N e g 'r o in shirt watching Commissioner
Jr., secretary of the NDA members.A Alice C. Walnwright fling the
executive board! Dr. John R. resolution to fully integratethe dirt, while Architect Kenneth
Abel, ADA president; Dr. Clifton ADA was tmanbaovaly passed TreLster holds the plans hi designed -
Duramett, editor of the NDA by the convention and was for the "new concept in .
Quarterly and Dr. G. W. Hawkins submitted to the house of dele city parka Miami Metro Nsw

member of the NDA exec. gates. '. Bureau Photo.


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I'VE WRITTEN many STANLEY a newspaper SWEETING Washington Alumni Association he was a Keep Florida $trilit

piece in my time and for quit .a''few berlodlcals. 'tireless worker. Holding: office longer than
I've chronicled many a J alt about any former president, Pieze had contribute with
people, about places, about things."''But; (?sd more in service while keeping the or.ganlzatlon -
never have I had the task of penning'1tn functioning, maneuvering Its affairs
Item so tender and feo hearit-tugglng this ) ,' representing the group seeing IM
one about a 'fellow Newsman, c. worker welfare and security. As a member of the ? Y
friend iind dedicated public servant Orange 'Blossom' Classic Committee, he
as this! article' brings to you the"sad had marshalled the gigantic Classic parade I Ie
news 'of' the sudden,". 'tintimely'passing of since its Miami entry in 10(17.( With his
Elliott J. Pieze. staff of co-workers, the parade has sky
rocketed into a spectacle.
PIEZE, IN HIS many years of news- PIEZE WAS AN ardent church work unY
paper work has contributed most unselfishly pro As member of Saint Agnes' Episcopal
i to the profession. And in more phases Church, he served as Junior Warden and ,
than one. He has penned many inches of Vestryman. He gets top billing from his 7 S< f tid'i
space as columnist, feature writer and priest, Archdeacon John E. Culmer, as a
advertising! representative. His works have devout churchman. Always present when
appeared all over Florida 'and the Bahamas time permitted active, faithful coopera : s
his news emanating from the halls tive and true. It's truly Pieze "for whom
of this local weekly. But, Pleze has contributed the bells toll. r+ jt

much more than that. THE DECEASED was a former:!

"ELLIOTT J." as he was sometimes FAMC student And FAMU today I daresay

hailed, was perhaps, as popularly knownfor has not robed a more qualified gradu-
his news broadcasts as he was for: his I'tp Pl* 7e was a human dictionary, a walk-
newspaper work. Beginning some seven 'i"z encyclopedia an Information bureau.T'w .
years ago as news commentator for radio played som/! football nt th' T llahn c:!p*> 3' a,
station WFEC, Pieze parlayed his radio prhfx 1. and his knowledge of the game v7
personality from 1220 to 1490 on the dialas rnn11ffpd him for the referee "post h" cn:
news director for station WMBM. It p* ntpy| held while officiating at highrino1
was at WMBM where his popularity as a parries over the state. In short, he 7.
newscaster increased. I can safely say that was a master:: of the rules.
his voice and news coverage were heardin SOCIALLY, PIEZE has played masterof
every home within a radius of 180 miles. ceremonies at pomp: of Our Town's most
And if perchance they were not, then the lavished affair. Be It club, fraternal educational
home must not have had a radio. In this or political, he was always In rip- a.
respect he was the "old folks" friend. To mand. And to these he performed his
the mother and father who were now unnMe chores well. His promotions suggestionsand
to continue their reading habits! inter,. t In soclaldom: wore well re-
Pleze's voice proved a savior. Twice each sp"cted. He knew his government his
weekday, thousands of homes would welcome politics. He had earned awards of distinc-
the chatter of "Good Morning, tion for services well done.
Friends" or "Good Afternoon, Friends." IRONICALLY Elliot J. Pleze, Fit' died
in the town or his birth Tampa, Florida. GEORGE SMATHERSu.
FOR SEVERAL semesters Pieze con- Brought to Miami by his parents by way
trlbuted a breezy column for the erstwhile of 'Key West, as a kid he attended the public
Miami Tropical Dispatch, under the cap schools} here. He Graduated from Booker SENATOR'
tion "Northwest" Third Avenue, Week by T. Washington High School, class of
Week. This contribution more or less, 1029. "Booker T. ." was his first and last VOTE NOVEMBER 6thpd.
was the beginning of his venture as a 'ove. But, he loved life too, and .tried to
mpmher of the Fourth Estate. And today live it.
Rom of his friends refer to him as "North- .pol. adv.
BUT ON THAT fateful morning of
west Prior to this Pieze delivered the
Miami ]Herald for a number of'years. It whizzed Saturday, him October upstate 27, 1962 to, broadcast as his plane the '*. *. 1<. * '* ''It ''t J. I "<
was following his stint In the army dur .
ins World War II, that he was recommended FAMU-Tennessee State football game at
Tallahassee' be that
to played afternoon,
by me to be hired as a member of the
Fate pulled a surprise attack on Miami .
Miami Times' staff. "Chief" H. E. S. Reeves she sent the Grim Reaper to steal from
placed him In charge of advertising. But our midst one of Its favorite sons, stricken -
he did not stop at that. In his quest for
enroute had to be put off in the
service; he intermittently penned a column Cigar City. Pieze died in Clara Frye Me-
His paragraphs in the" Times were captioned morial Hospital. If he could have had his
"The Periodically too
Spectator. ,
say before he passed, I can assure you
feature articles briefs and
he wrote news
that the once-popular newsman and news
covered Pleze
court news. practically covered
every facet of the craft. caster would have bade farewell to his
sorrowing audience with a parting, "Good-
AS PRESIDENT of the Booker T. live Friends!" Requlescat in Pace.


Florida is one of the 25 states
Florida Gets $17,248,512
i which has not set up a Kerr-
Mills program of medical care
For Public AssistanceFederal of older people who do not need
assistance; for food, clothing or
shelter, but whose resources are JERRY CARTER; has been a most loyal) '
grants totaling $17- $2,159,830 for those receiving aid,, Insufficient to meet the cost of and faithful public servant to you r'
248,312 for public assistance to the disabled. necessary medical service. the residents of Florida and deserves '
programs In Florida for the I your continued vote and support d ;as
I' Regardless of whether vote .
three months beginning October I -- you
announced today by Democrat or Republican You can
1 were H. director vote and keep Jerry Carter your Commissioner of Florida Railroad and
Lylebreglonal Public UtU fl.l.
for of
Health, Education, and WelfareIn JERRY CARTER has the experience as your Commissioner In dealing with
Atlanta, Ga. the Intricacies of transportation and utility rate regulations, plus his
solid b.clgroundlnd knowledge of the astute handling of commission
The total Is the Federal shareof buimess.iflKJW.
the State's estimated expen

ditures for the second quarterof 'gAtttfetf! to sflvttf 'ffofiiftt: &*jj4fft! h"i
the 1963 fiscal year In pro- IOOFjy
grams of old-age assistance, aid
to famllle with dependent child. nearly $200,000,000*1 ,
ren aid to the blind, and aid to 1: :' i1Li .
the permanently and totally dis 'Ot{ EtECTRtC TY." CAS .und 'PHONE' 81nS, I

abled. The estimates on which .

grants for the quarter are made V1 : JERRY CARTER'S PREVIOUS RECORD
are adjusted to take Into account -
actual expenditures and aWw_y w y ,r r TALLAHASSEE AREA Jerry Carter was directly responsible for refundsto
Federal underpayments or overpayments the customers of Southeastern Telephone Company In North Central
In the preceding. quar and Northwest Florida of nearly $1 million.

SOUTH FLORIDA Four ((4)) separate rate reductions on Florid Power
ters.The payments for Florida, Mr. and Light Co. were ordered by the commission In 1957 reducing
Include $10,270,120 for oleetrle light rates $4.725,000 annually. Another $200,000 In 60, an.
Lyle old-age said assistance recipients BLOSSOMRoof other 6t/. million In $I96 and another for H milB<>n' Total nearly $15million
In this vast area alone.
$4(446,475( for children and their
adult caretakers helped by the PENSACOLA The Commission ordered role reductions of $257,501
dependent children's programs: annually -want Into effect January 1958. (Gulf Power Co.)
$371,887 for blind recipients and JACKSONVIIU Refund In gi amounted to $105,727 (Jaclsonviflt
Gas Co.)

........ .... 'L 'L.." .... .............. ........'L.............,.,..... Cleaning & PaintingFREE MADISON Commissioner Carter brought before the commission thtphone
company serving Madison, Into a public hearing on rates and an
ESTIMATES INSURANCE 'Inadequate and Inefficient service. Charges were cut ONE HALF! This
Medicines dispensed at low action spurred other phone companies In the state to Initall more
cost modern and efficient equipment under the supervision and through
Roofs Pressure Cleaned the cooperation of your Commissioner Jerry Carter and the Commfs-
Blood, urine tests for health slon. '

and marriage We have what is called! Snowdrop Mobolizing Pro All FLORIDA Reduced rates for natural gas have gone Into effect all
'ovtr the state by order of the Commission. Jerry Carter's first act was
DR. LONG'S CLINIC cell, which means cooler homes and lasting quality, to urge Investigation and It resulted In the first statewide 10 percent

fungus and mold resistance Over 8 yeah in Dade reduction of exchange phone charges; and abolished a boa p.r month
A Central Health QervlseNen charge for desk and hand phones.C .
.eurOlcal tr.atment"ef Rupture County.
Rectal DI'....., Varicose i
Veins Prostate, Arthritis, Reducing REASONABLE TERMS AVMLABLE

Parking In rear i I NE 4.3759 A Ht Eft CoMMlsiNrin.O I

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1545 S.W. 1st Street 2258 N.W. 58th Street Miami, Fla. '

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Murder Charged
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Jaycees Urge All' Citizens Wife BeatingLevI I'SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 3, 1962 PAGE 3

To Vote November 6th who with said White murder he, 46 beat, by has Metro his been wife charged police to Ground Breaking For

! I death.
With the realization that do something: about them We
thousands of citizens are guilty have heard a lot of talk during: Ola Mae White, 43, of 2310NW Park In GroveMayor
64th St., died at Jackson Memorial $63,299
' ot the Unforgivable sin of rteg* the past 1$ years, but little or
Hospital Tuesday
lectihg their duty, privilege and have an opportunity to engage
i sustained in the beatIng
. ourselevs in which Injuries -
opportunity 'to' vote, the North a program
three weeks Robert King High Mon Miller and Kenneth Trolsterr
west Miami Junior Chamber of nothing has been done. We now ago.
f Commerce, through Its "G t.out.1 will clean up these dreaded' Police said Mrs. White had a day tnrned the first spadeful of are the architects.
The-Vote" committee, with Mi slums once and for all. The fractured skull and internal Injuries dirt to pave the way for a new Said Trester: "This new con
I Businessman Oscar; Weaver Northwest Junior Chamber of from the beating. concept in Miami park M the cept Is more than that of a park,
chairman Commerce urges all Miami vote it will bo like
t as is presently erigag ; "tie- more a com
! cd in art all.out effort to get ers to "Vote Yes" on Charter groundbreaking for the munity center with a town
Dade Countians to go out NoV, Amendments 1 and 8. Your Yes imv SCHOOL velopment of Plaza: Park", 3255 square and gathering place. We1
" 0 and make their voices heard Vote is a vote against slums Once again students had a Plaza St., Coconut Grove. hope that this UQ the nucleus of
i The Jaycees are transmitting I day of leisure, they remained at Some 50 city officials and civic Coconut Grove spirit and that
1 their "Get.Out-The Vote" message CITY URGES "YES" VOTE home Oct. 26, while their parents leaders including Commissioners through this park the residentswill \
I by painting a reminder on The Miami City Commislon went to school. Oct. '26 Alice C. Wainwright and become more aware of muscle
the sidewalks in the heavily has gone on record unanimously marked the first Parent-Teacher I Joseph X. DuMond. and Mrs.. art and esthetic: values"
traveled areas of Dade County, urging voters to renewal on Conference Day: With report Elizaheth L. Vlrrlck, heard Mayor The Rev. Theodore n Gibson
which reads: "NW Jaycees say the city's urban char. cards having been distributedthe I High praise "this utilitarian rector of Christ EpiscopalCMtrch !
Vote November Gth" and by ter amendment Nov. 6. proceeding Wednesday and park concept which not only and secretary of the Coconut '
the distribution of thousands of In a statement to all "registered I teachers were able to evaluate will leave most of the beautifuloak Grove Ministerial Alli.
handbills voters In the City of Miami, trees standing but which
along with personal student progress. : ance, said, "This will be a place
contacts the commission pledged: "This will have unusual park structures where the children of Coconut:
urban renewal program of the I This week marks the first blending In with the forms Grove can recreate themselves':
JAYCEES SAY VOTE "YES"oS' City of Miami will be operatedIn week In the second six weeks which nature has provided" morally as well as physically."
cooperation with the Dade period. Students are setting out
URBAN RENEWAL Metro Urban Renewal' Five The park buildings: Include an
County with a greater determination to
The Northwest Miami Junior that the total desire ings and pavilions of steel gun- area with shuffleboard course
Program so
achieve that they were be added
Ite structures to t6
are for senior citizens, a section
Chamber of Commerce, throughIts ed result will be achieved.
first six
I unable to do In the the
Americanism Committee is The statement continues, existing 'Swimming pool 'and with a dance floor which may
urging all Miami voters to Vote "This amendment to the city weeks period. public facilities 1 aho: he used for band concerts,
Yes on the proposed Miami charter is necessary to give the With the deadline rapidly opproachin .I Awarded ,the building contractfor Choral grpups and similar pro
Charter Amendments which will :City authority to acquire property .I I seniors are trying to their bid'of $63,299 I r grams.
put teeth in the Slum Clearance in blighted or slum areas, secure ads and patrons for their lev Construction Cd. of Miami. All of the new facilities are ex-
and Rehabilitation Program and I which'' property will later b\ yearbook. The last yearbookwas Bliss Associates, Ihc., is the en-!I nocted to be completed by April
, enable the city to undertake sold and developed by private printed In 1959. I gineerlng firm while Ienneth, 1003.
I badly: needed Urban Renewal Interests.
I Who will be Miss Homecoming &.II.4I..a.II..iY.lDYT.: mu.uu .u-
i Projects and eliminate ugly "This type of program: has
I crime, disease, Juvenile delinquency been successful in over 500 cities ? The answer Is still un
, and vice breeding slums. throughout the United States to known however, approximatelyfifty NEW DELUXE; DREAM HOME
! In making the announcement, renew effectively blighted and : are trying to answer
, Newell Ross, chairman of the slum areas and to revitalize the question. Each girl is hoping 3-BEDROOMS 2 FULL BATHROOMS
! Jaycee Americanism Committee these areas for the economic that It will bb answered with
: said: "It is time to stop talking good of the cities," the state her name. Open Sunday: 2 to 6 p.m.
about these dreadful slums and concludes. Students Booker T. will' !
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1 participate In the United Fund- : IiraS NW 51st Terr.
:;"'N" '. '. ,
'c. Red Cross drive. Envelopes will
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;. i I $ '.I '1
''' ': '' ... .i ,e ,! be distributed among the !students No ,closing colts No qualifying ,
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... :::J -- students In a homeroom participate Pay '':weekly or monthly
.za : : '
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/ by returning envelopes
with some amount m Week: days, -667-6984 flight UN 5.8728
:: c cr them, the homeroom will be

awarded a Fair Share Home- :.irjrjrjrjjrirjriririririrJACK'S: :. . K :. ," 'U..IUUrlk: : : Ir 1tY.Jr.lrE .IJ.Jrzz
room Sticker. When at least 75%
of the students in the entire
school participate, A Fair Share
Award will be presented to the
school during the United Fund hEWS
Fall Campaign.Laurasteen.

Thompson, Rep; ,944, NW 2nd Avenue

Dugie's Guest HouseThe Exclusive Men', Wear, from the' top of your head to

the tip of your toes including

Y house of clean rooms Hats Shoes Shirts Suits ,- Trousers Caps of

Open 24 hours NE 4.3851 ,Styles and quality at popular prices
Seeing BelievingSee
us for clean rooms COME IN AND LOOK AROUND

------ Jamaica Dugie, always a
Shown above are: Oscar ----I I b ting "Vote November 6th Reminder friend .

er, George: Bradley and of ler. Photo by "Dill" Ty 2941 NW 47th St., Miami;
Collins In the process


Washington Park STANLEY E. JOHNSON, M.D.

News Announces the opening of his office for the practice of 907 9.1.2nd AVENUE


By Office Hours: Dally 10-1( and 5-7 p.m. Thurs. by appointment OPENING SPECIALThis

r =c
6827 N.W. 15th Avenue Phone 696-5673 ad and $1.00 cash
There will be a program
, at Oak Grove Baptist .Are> worth ,a $2.50 call
Church Sunday at 3 p.m. The
public i Is Invited to 1404 NE This month
t! Ii2nd Terr. Sponsored Mril.I. .

Hazel: Smith. } Sales .Service Rental
I. f m3mm mS' w & q -

f 1 aSJB W Radio Hi-Fi Television

Mrs Ruth Castelow wants to '
thank her many friends for mak Phone FR 4-2044
ing: It possible!' for her to be
crowned Queen for 19C2. at the
banquet sponsored by Faithful .
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Chapter No. 93 OES, International : t lb L ..... ..,.,u. .. _
F&AM Masons. The Town Talk KfT Y

Amateur Nite r ,'
Faithful Few Chapter 9'Is!
I holding Its regular meeting Man: '
, Every Tiur8.| z
I'i dav, Nov. 5. All members are DQ1VtRY DRUG
I ;/, .asked to be present. Sis. Annie
L. Holmes, W. M. 6750 N.W. 15th Avenue Phone 691-6651

. St. Matthews Lodge 96 li holding

! NoV.Its 6.regular All members meeting; aw Tuesday asked\ I TV Service Calls $1-5 jj.' :

to be present. Rev. W. Henderson ,. ..

Host and M.C. w
'lime It repaired on credit If WE BUY SELL AND TRADE TV SETS
, you live In liberty<< City or Weekly Jackpot' Prize
I Brownsville. Pay t'eekly. Free ,
! estimate We Sell Used TVs on Credit James William and.

I j DIAL CJKMM12KHJ 1551 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1-8024 The Twi ter ;

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Parades to Feature
-- .-- Beach Warden IndictedA Out The
-- West Palm I Get Vote. ,

Continued from page 1
federal grand jury Wedne<- Gosbv was shot in the left leg I ."
schools in Coeenut Gr ve.
day indicted the warden and during a scuffle with Barnes
acting warden of the Palm and Catoe, when they attempt Be listening for the roll of
Beach prisoner stockade on I ed to put him in a solitary confinement the drums!
charge of shooting and beating a cell at the stockade. The final public meeting will
Negro prisoner. I The Indictment charged that Ite held 530 p.m Sunday, Nn
Mtln OffHr M S74O STAT. ISCh<< Ayc o&.PSoae OX.J.OUt, I Barnes and Catoe, "did with intent 4 at which time we will be honored
ttt.IIt..h.t |||2 \.W. Third A ireMUml florid* Tboae FB 32236 Powell Sam Barnes and to impose summary illegal with the presence. of no*,
thWhutLum1 I lActing Warden James W. Catoe, punishment by slapstick gresskmal nominee, Claude Pepper .
If. K. 9111IcHiJiDltR'Sti'PY9,1Rdttoraad the report said, violated the civil and a meansdid beat as speaker for the occasioi.
C. REKVKS> )taoogi i Editor
rights of Curtis Cosby 28, of and bruise, wound and Injure"I Platform guests will include:
Miami on March 9.
Gosby. Jerry Carter George Holkhan
:: .: I Jr., Earl Faircloth i Jim Hendrie
ELLIOTT J. P1EZE f V 'j Helene Vosloh and Holmes
thousands of people who do not enjoy such a privilege. Let us all! Braddock.
Elliott J. Pieze, 54, advertising manager and columnist take advantage of ours. Everybody Is invited. Free refreshments -
of the Miami Times 'and WfBM.RadIo news reporter,' There are more than 30,000 Negroes registered in Dade Coun-i j and entertaln -n.
heart attack: Pieze left ty. Wouldn't this be will be provided. Come and listen
died on Saturday morning of a a history making occasion if at least 25,000 of Reubin Mitchell Trio
Airlines early, Saturday morning for us will exercise our right of to the
Miami by Eastern franchise on November 6. and other featured attractions.
Tallahassee to broadcast the Rattlers and Tennessee -
State football game on Saturday afternoon. Enroute he
was seized with a heart attack taken from the plane to'
the Clara Fry Hospital in Tampa where he was pronounced -
dead on arrival. As fate would have it Elliott died ir SAVE WITH THE I

his birthplace.
Florida.He : :', 'l
The deceased was well known throughout
was a graduate of the Booker T. Washington High
School and attended Florida' A&M College; president of
the BTW Alumni Association and a member of the Flori Franklin Federal
da Orange Blossom Classic Committee, Chief Parade Marshal
of the Orange Blossom Classic, a member of the Col
legians Club, a member of the vestry of St Agnes Epis-
copal Church for many years, Pieze was held in high es
teem, not only by St. Agnes Church, but by all religiou'I r :Savings And Loan Association
and other organizations in Miami. ,

Returning from the Army in 1946 Pieze joined the
staff of the Mia m i Times and up to the time of hir I

death was in charge of the Times downtown office. t THE FRANKLIN OFFERS
Elliott was keenly interested in all phases of life In}! :
our community, It.will be'difficult to fill his place and no t
pore will we hear his greetings over WMBM, 'Good Morn-
in'r. anti Good Afternoon Friends.<< Evidence of his poi>u
larity kept telephone lines at both our offices busy on Sat. ... INSURED SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
urday as the news of his death got around.

Pieze was an individual who believed in thoroughness. UP TO $10,000.00MONErORDERS

Anything that he undertook was carried out to the, ,
bit of his ability. The Editor and Staff of The Miami < "
Times have lost the services of one whose.place it will be ,_
hard to filL
The body was brought to Miami and Is now at the ,
Hou e of Albert Funeral Home. Funeral services with a '
3fass of Requiem will be held at St. Agnes on Saturday CHECKS CASHED _
rooming the Yen. John E. Cuhner rector, officiating. "




United Fund Fall Campaign begins Sunday November
4. Hundreds of volunteers throughout Dade County will begin LOANSTHE
soliciting their neighbors in an effort to raise the 1962 goal which!

The campaign will be started wttt a kickoff show on November
3 when an hour-long aH-ttar salute to volunteers will be pre

Sunday has been designated as United: Fund Sunday.
William C. Lantaff, presided cf Cut fond said that the CUbar I IS WHAT YOU HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR
Crisis has put an Immediate itnfa: or the services of the Ret"I

Cross,Travelers Aid Society and other Catted Fund member agent TRAVELERS' CHECKSENJOY
cies. He hopes the volunteers win be able to reach; every home in

The*Campaign slogan Is "Help Them. AH At Once."
Remember when we contribute the United Fund we help S CONVENIENT
our YMCA, Boy and Girl Scouts, James E. Scott Community Association. BANKING HOURS
Urban League YWCA. St. Allan's Nursery and other
9 a.rn to 3 DAILY
The first report luncheon meeting will be held on Tuesday. p.m. SATURDAYS 9 a.m. UNTIL
November 6 at the Dupont Plata Hotel AH United Fund Volun- NOON. FRIDAY EVENINGS 5 UNTIL 8
teers are Invited to attend.
George Williams b general chairman in this area. GIFTS
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Next Tuesday, Nonmber 6 is election day. This is an important
day In the nation bat especially so to Dade ()'wtMin':: Not 1 PER ANNUM.
only do we elect Congressmen, but we win be voting upon the 0 Sayings begun a. late a. the
controversial re-apportionment plan. Quite a lot of campaigning 20th of the
has been going on, so that an interested qualified voters should earning dividends as
now have their minds made up just for whom they: should vote, 4 of the l.k of the month. Current dividends

and how they should vote on the re-apprtionment plan. paid and compounded
The Miami Times has already made It dear that this newspaper quarterly
win vote YES favoring approval of the pkn. We also favora COME IN AND INSPECT YOUR PREMISE A
YES vote en the city's two proposed charter amendments. CRETE DEVELOPMENT IMUNITY.MINDED PERSONS WHEN A CON
We have also stated that we will support former Senator i REAUTY. LACE THE FRANKLIN IS MADE A
Claude Pepper Democratic nominee over hia Republican opponent;
Robert A. Peterson. j I
PHONE!: 371.7652
Others we win Kiwml! are Sea. George Sautters. Rep. Dante)
FasceH and Carey Matthews. For the School Board we favor Jim

Hendrie, Reline J. VosJah _...... I I 1001 N.W. 3nl Ave. Miami Fla.PAGE

Whether you are fa aeeard with our choice or not we sin. .
cagily hope that you wffl Bet frfl+ to cast fur vote on Tuesday.Btsnesber ,
that it Is a duty and a pdt age, so do so. There are ,,



Happenings At' JES@A Miamian, Elevated to THE MIAMI tlMES MIAMI, FLA.

'I Masonic 33rd Degree:! SATURDAY NOVEMBER 13, 1962 PAGE

Annual Benefit Tea for the The Golden Ape Club of the Robert Williams Sr., 2221 NW I I I :-' -" .....N- : ..L : '. ,
James E. Scott Community As Tames E. Scott Community Association f 64th St., returned to Miami tefof, New: "J'w : fl ""'" -
sociation's Day Care Center No. ,, sponsored a very interesting Sept. 18 from Jackson. Miss af' Bethel Prr .sstj I stf.Joseph' ,,consispft 110. 2'i
1 at Liberty Square, sponsored program in observanceof I ... Lodge'No..626w'Past: -Hlg> Priest Pi, Lauderdale; Past Grand' ,,3r
by the Sigma Omicron Chapter United Nations Day. 'I<11.11- J8IIi"IIIIIIIa1P' of Progressive Chapter No.. 173. Warden of the Grand Lodge ofthe I
of thg Alpha Chi Pi Omega SO-: I Opening with "America" and Eminent Commander Mt. State of Fla.) He Is a mem-
rority, Sunday, Oct. 28 was' a Rev. Sam Wiggins, the president Herman Commajptory o(''Knights,ber and Trustee of St. ,lamesME
huge. success. Mrs. Odessa James reada Templar No. 13; Past 2nd Lt. of,,\ Church. ___
Sorer Helen McClain presided United Nations prayer by Z 1 "
over the program which President's Kennedy Procla. FINtsT
rons'sted of selections by t h e mation. Solo by Mrs. Minnie; h \ SELECTION IN
Nnrthwe::tern Senior High Jackson, and Mrs. Maude ROSt:,
School Choral Ensemble. Solos Mrs. Iva Rowe gave a recitation IlL R
were bv Soror McDonald, Misses in Spanish. Miss Mildred HOMES w OPEN
Tovr Ellison and Diane Reed. Washington, librarian of the
Dramatic readings by Misses Frances Su Tucker Elementary \\E
Shirley Newsome and Leslie School in Coconut Grove, gave ,i LOWf ..LOW DOWN PAYMENTSEZ
flames and a piano selection by sn' informative and appealing ,
.Johnnie Wooten. After the address on the "True Meaning :Terms: l'! ,; Less than rent
timely citation, a beautiful of the United Nations Service
marine was presented to Mrs. Program"Miss/ .' 1364 NW 44th Street
Pauline Dunn for fourteen Olive R. Alexander, evocutive $350 down. No closing costs buys the loveliest house
years of continuous musical ser- director of the James
vice to the sorority. The Re. E. Scott Community Association in Manor Park. Gorgeous interior, 2 Florida rooms.
markable Rubin Trio and Guest gave the closing remarks, x .
tlsts.rel'cered. !! four intricate "United We Close." 745 NW 46th Street
uuu cnjoyauie selections climaxing :
the most distinctive and SADIE HAWKINS "" Brand new. Move right in. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths,
successful rority. tea given by this so DANCE NOV 9 ter being elected to the 33rd and Fla. room. We are building this model on other lots.
Guest artists last degree of Masonry. Make your choice today! $16,900 total Large discount
were Christopher Charmettes, Inc., of Mia 1 m I Williams Is Worshipful Mas- ,
Rouse, bass violinist: will have their annual Sadie for big dbwn payment. Belt buy on a new
George Donald, drummer. Neal! Hawkins Dance on Friday, Nov. -- -. house
the who delighted 0 at 10 o'clock at the Fiesta Ball _
audience with Observance 0
an exception. Planned
al room. Fun for aU and prizes I
performance. I 4701 NW 10th Ave.
Soror will be given the best dressed
leus of this Louise sorority.Mitchell Is: basl- Dogpatch characters. Music will Church Women All Lovely CBS corner home in heart of Manor Park.
UN OBSERVANCE OCT. 24 be furnished by Billy Rolle. Get 1 $400 total down
your tickets now.Chicken. owner pays your closing costs. $76
L _ j states Tea SundayThe per month.

Incarnation Episcopal .
Church Women will sponsor 1000 NW 75th Street
Star their sixth annual "All States
Lucky Tea" on Sunday, Nov. 4, at tho Huge corner'house. 2 baths and! huge Fla. room. Terrific .
church, 1835 NW GHh( St. at 4 .for only $400 down. $80 per month.
p.m.Mrs. '*"'41 .
Kate S Dean, former :a:* : ,112 NW77lh Street
Carry-out Shop Distant principal of guidance at
': George Washington Carver High : Gorgeous CBS duplex, 2' bedrooms' and Fla. room
School will deliver the address : each sidle. 'Lovely. quiet area. Live rent free for only
based: on the general theme
I : $600 down.
1294 .62nd Street "Unity." -0
Olin: |Is nr active members of
1100 NW 75th Street
Christ Episcopal Church, Coco
CHICKEN or PORK CHOP BOX'a ut Grove, an ardent supporter 3 gorgeous brand! new homes.. Must see this today.
FRENCH FRIES I religious nd participant circles.In youth and Builder reduces down ,payment. Really beautiful.
COLE SLAW I Choose yours now I
BUN AND JELLY I Mrs. Sheba M. Martin Is general 0 ....
chairman, Mrs. Albertha
Edwards !Is co-chairman. The .3342 Thomas Avenue
SNACK BAR SPECIALS Rev Theodore Jones, vicar.
I (Coconut Grove)
I Enthusiasm Is very high Like new CBS, huge 3-bedroom, 2 baths, hardwood
Hot Dog 19c will among be the crowned ladles to see who floors, tile roof, Fla. room, dining room. No qualify.
States Will It be Texas, Mrs. Le of ing. Move .right in., $500 down. Reduced price.
;,' ola Johnson; Tennessee Mrs .
Hamburger 4 22c Alice Knowles; Washington, Mrs
.\ Hazel Matthews; Virginia, Mrs
.jY' Louise Rayne; Oklahoma Mrs. NEWS REALTYThe

Fish Sandwich :' '$ :' 35c Butler Vera Taylor. ; Ohio. Mrs Maude.
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French Fries : 15c
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Turkey Necks Ib 150 Sliced Bacon Ib 39,

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Greater Bethel ST. LUKE: BAptl&f' Woman's Day at

Tea Rev. P. W. Williams, pastor
Sponsors Bunesba Green, reporterThe New Macedonia.We .
I I WX1i, Auxiliary Board No. 2 of
Greater Bethel AME Church will pastor take?. this methodto the women of Greater
% give Its annual Autumn Tea on thank the committee, mem New Macedonia wish to thank
Sunday, Nov. 11, 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. bers, large anutt h e many friends and members: for
at the church. church at forsaking our helping us to have a successful
Special highlight will bo the anuual Woman's Jay 4,.success, Woman's Day program.
King and Queen contest. Come Moth spiritually ana financially. I I Special thanks to our speakers
and enjoy a special musical program May clod bless each.pt you. See Mrs. L. C. Bentley and Mrs.
Mrs. Jessie Giles, president you in church Sunday* Clora Robinson, the Southland
; Rev. S. A. Cousin, pastor. Singers and to all of our cap-
TRANSFIGURATION tains. We sincerely thank you
NEW PROVIDENCERev. both spiritually because the

C. J. Burney, pastor Services are .tis.follows 1 : 9:30: spirit was with us all day financewas and
Mrs. Claudia Wilson, reporter a.m. Matins: SolemnSung Mass financially because the
9:15: a.m.; the St. CtceJU choir{ great.
;Lil iIJi t I 1 FI III Iilt The for brothers Men's are busy making which will sing their first,.mass; the Mrs. Cleo Sorrell was crowned
ready our Day Mrs. New Macedonia.
Mlssa de Sancta
Magdelena. by
.1 will be in Nov. The Children'shad Total amount raised for the
Wlllian, There will be
wonderful time last Sunday
a unite
in their thanks offering,Ingathering day was $2,625.85.
will be In Nov.program.The Children of the Episcopal Church wo TEMPLE BAPTIST
men at this service.
bers and they deserve the pray.
ers of the church Ton( ht is the night. The Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor
Woman's Day At St.:Paul Nov. 111 Church. boat ride. It is The annual Woman's Day is:

GRACE- ._ --- PRESBYTERIAN- - --- -_ not too late to purchase your tic Just one week off. The women,
The women of St, Paul AME Saturday night, Nov. 3 at 8 p.m. Our church's anniversaryweek kets. The boat ride will leave with Mrs. Lula Mae Colebrookas
Church, 19th Ave. and 51st Terr this Blscayne Bay at 8 p.m. See you chairman and Mrs. Esther
begins Sunday, from
under the capable leadership of Sunday Holy Communion will tonight at the boat ride. Campbell as co-chairman, are
Nov. 411. Sunday, Nov. 4 Com
the chairman, Mrs. Earnestln be observed at the church with munion service at 11 a.m. Memorial leaving no stone unturned in
Robinson and co-chalrnwn; Mrs.t the pastor Rev T. C., Kelley de. service at 7:30: Church their efforts to make this an
Johnnie P. Mason are very busy flivering i the message. Choir No. Monday, Nov. 5, Community p.m. of God in Christ other Red Letter day in the his
completing plans for what Is ex 1 will serve In the morning ser Night 8 o'clock; Wednesday, 1809 NW 5th Ave. tory of Temple.
pected to tte one of the finestWoman's vice, and choir No. 2 for the Nov. 7, Auxiliary Night, 8 p.m. Elder J. C. Jackson, pastor The annual Woman's Day
Days In the history of evening. Friday, Nov. 0, Banquet Ira McCall, reporter dinner will be this Saturday at
the church. I GROUND BREAKING NOV. 18 8 p.m. Holmes Elementary Night Mrs Gussie Gamble would I the home of Mr. and Mrs. A.
The chairman of the I NW 67th St., donation $3.00. Tickets like to express her many, many Dean, 558 NW 19th St. The committee
committee, Mrs. Mayde program) I The pastor and officers of t:1eI may be obtained at the thanks to the friends for cards, I will be serving from
non has arranged a Bray.fine church are going forward with I Community Drug Store, 6750 telegrams, and members of the high$ noon until? Donation $1.00.
with one of very Miami's plans for a new St. Paul. Beginning NW 15th ave.Condolences. Churches of God in Christ of This Sunday there will be
outstanding program ladies with the ground breakingat to Mrs. Spero Co. Eastern Florida for helping baptism at 11 a.m. The Lord's
speaker. Plan now to as be In guest at. .130: p.m. on Nov. 18. There kine, at the loss of her cousin, celebrate the 3rd 'annual Women Supper will be administered
tendance at the 11 and 7p.m will be an indoors service and the late Mrs. Mabel Knowles Convention of the Churchesof during the morning and evening
services. a.m. an out door service for this oc Jervis. The Funeral service will God in Christ of Eastern services.
casion, with a visiting church, be held at the St. Mary's Wesleyan Florida.
Mrs. T. C. Kelley Invites you choirs of the city, and other Methodist Church, Sat. Mrs. Rose Washington would BAHA'I ASSEMBLYMrs.
to attend a guessing the guests of the city appearing on urday, Nov. 3, at 2 p.m. also like to her many
parsonage, 421 partytat St. program.ST. Condolences to Mrs. Roena thanks for the battle in a/our*. Toby Emanuel of 43
Parkin, and family for the loss way contest that was held at Star' Island, Miami Beach, wildspeak
of her sister, Mrs. Christina J. the A. M Cohen Temple on at the Baha'l Center, 137
GREATER NEW BETHEL BARNABAS W. M. King. The funeral service will 18. NW 11th ave., 8 p.m. Sunday
be held at the Grace Presbyterlan The annual Chorus Revivalwas Nov. 4. Speaking in a series of<
1081 Lincoln Street HilL U. A. Culmer, pastor Church Saturday, Nov. 3, at held at our church on last subject religion studies, her
Rev %V. K. Smith, pastor Mrs. S. Dawkins' reporter 330: p.m. Sunday was a success. We enjoyed will be, "God and
Wllene Robinson, secretaryOn ._- the many friends and Moses". The public Is cordially
Sunday School was opened \Jy members who attended this af invited to attend. Phone S.cro-
Monday night, October 8, the assistant superintendent, fair. The Rev A. L. Turner tary, FR 1.5420 for further In.
Miss Theressa Lewis. Bible
the members honored the, pastor questions by Miss Letitia Hanna brought the message. formation.

.at his annual appreciationceremonies. and the students. '
Rev; D. A.. Bradley, <
conduct. ry M 1
pastor of Mt. Carmel Baptist ed Morning by the pastor.worship. He was preachedout New Richmond i Heights Beauty
Church the speaker
was guest of his soul from Second Corinthians '
Rev. Smith was the recipient of 5, theme, "New 3-BEDROOMS 2 FULL BATHROOMSOpen
and kind expresselons -
many lovely gifts "
Creatures and New Creator.
of appreciation for Sunday 2 s to 0 p.m.
Everyon'was spiritually
his good deeds and services
many' rendered. Being a man lowed No.;. 1choir; furnished music MODEL 14970 FILLMORE ST.
and respected By all who with Mrs. Lillian KnoWles at
know him, there were visitors the piano ;jand No.1' ushers PAY WEEKLY OR MONTHLYNO
from throughout the city, Join. board"servrngEvening .
Ing us In giving him his "roses devotion' was led by QUALIFYING NO CLOSING COSTS
while he yet lives." the pastor, with)\Ir$. M E. Cul ORA D, TAYLOR, Agent 759.5221

A delicious repast was prepared ,mer Mrs.at the Rosa piano.Walker and Mrs. ,,* r Weekdays 667-6984 Nights UN 5-6728

and served by the membersof Rosa Roberts are on the sick
the Pastor's Aid CluU, another list We wish them a speedy re
way of saying, "We love you, covery. I
and may God forever bless and The Rt. Barnabas
keep you In His care." Board No. 17 held Us uShers'l PICTURE WE WILL 'BUILD ON YOUR LOT
Thursday, Oct. meeting October 29 at th, While you wait
Wednesday and <>f Mrs.: A,talker, 123f ,0nly.l.ooDAVID
17 and 18, choir No. 2 celebratedits
14th anniversary with amusl- Terr. It ,was quite a success I [JEWELERS NO CASH REQUIRED
Audley Richardson,
cal program featuring choirs Miss Maxine Major, secretary,' 1188 N.W. 3rd Avenue ,

and the vocal. area.groups A from glorious throughout timewq' Miss' Theresa Lewis, treasurer; Phone FR 4-1522 I 20 different plans to choose, from
Rev. E. A. Culmer 1
find hv all who came and pastor .', ... ---.2.i -
witnessed the-- Master's name I For information call .
praised In song. Mrs. Ethel Terry I''
was recognized as the group' STAR NEAT MARKET JOE BURTON 4221 Hallandale Blvd.
captain raising the highest'
amount pf money, the sum of
$123. Mr. Edward Brown, the Nighview Homes Inc.

president and the pastor, Rev. I 1520 N.W. 62nd Street i ,
memo "
Smith thanked the many t '
tiers and friends for helping ". Hollywood, Fla. Near Carver Ranches
them In their efforts. .. H I
was raised. ,. (just east of Home Federal Bank)

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-' -.: OniBunday, Octobef2Ii| ) KindergartenNews
CethanyA.g'venth: -day,, yentlsl
!.r Church cHmaJced another ,one,of :" kM' chyrian Candidate
: hei bulldiijg,fund rallies with a ..1
Children of Cox's Kindergarten baby ,.Contest>under the,capable With Jataes Edwards .' Joe Adams+"+
and other interested personshad l leadership O( Building P u'h d
an enjoyable time at a prep h. Captain Mrs, ,<\Lucille Croumeland Feature Starts 2:25.5:55. 0:25
Hallowe'en Party: Saturday, Oct. Her1ertL"? NOW 2nd Feature
which was held at .
school. With the cooperation of BandLeaders
members, and parent TJt.t.A r roJT.JT..t..tJ.uJY Jf..c..yJf..a.irU.JY JtJIJI ..u,..
The children had loads of fun over $2,000'was' raised 'in' this ....,.. < -
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hand, : := :=;:; := :: $ =
and lots of goodies on ,nitlal project. '
but the most enjoyable momentfor .
each of them could easily be Master Richard Brian Stra- :
seen: from the glow In each chan, son of Mr. and' Mrs". Blch-I LIBCITYDRIVE.
child eyes as he prepared him ud Strachan won first 0 prize :
self to take a pony ride The, consisting of $50, Little Wanda
pony rides a special feature Lizette Davis,' daughter of Mr.I I
was a thrill to both youngsters and Mrs. Joseph Davis won sec-
and adults alike, and we are ond prize of $25, and Little I IN THEATRE
hoping that we will be able to Airman Third Class David D. Fawn EJanel Taylor, daughter :
bring mcnt them during hack the for your enjoy-I I Miller son of Mrs. Allie M. Miller of Mr.third and prize Mrs.of Benny$15. Taylorwon I I OX 1-7959 22nd Ave. and 69th St.KtMWKWCtKtCtCKlKiro .

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I a 1962 Miami Northwestern I
We take this means of expressing graduate, Is being reassigned to I I NOW PLAYING
our thanks to member' Ft. Lee, Va., for technical train-
of our PTA for making this af ing as'a United States Air Force .. .
fair a success and are hoping cook. HONOREOuANplctunioinsusurst.t,i ,- .;'imIN
that we will conclude underway our other at I ..._ ag HOLLYWOOD PftI\Ia EnruRU )
projects which are ,
this time, with talent equal show success.at,sponsored by Cox' Klndergar- ; xM ZklNr Crawford
Namely our Joan
Cafe Society for King on Nov.and 30 Queen and our ofCox' ,'rehearsal ten are asked at Cafe to Society please attend Tues- ette Davis and
I day night at 8 o'clock. Your
'presence is urgently needed. d
interested In, or ?
persons Madeline Hepburn and Thel- n.yp.- .
show '
in the talent
ma Sloan, reporters. ,

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? Meetings Conferences ,
i Social Functions f
Weddings Banquets Engagements ---; > Seven Arts Presents An Associates and Aldnch Production

); Lunches"The Brunches Best By Test"Dinners RICHARD BRIAN ,STRACHAN'j I \ "VJNM EVER RPPENW

TRY OUR WEEKEND SPECIALS! CALL SY Consolation prizes of $3.00 a,
; Check In Friday Afternoon Check Out Sunday Afternoon each were presented to the following ry
Include Continental Breakfast and a Beaded Bag for Each babies: Cynthia Yvette ToBHEf
Person Moore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs I!
$11.95 Each (Double Occupancy) Isaac Moore, Frederich Alan I F.
Morley son of Mr. and Mrs.
': THIS IS GOOD TO DECEMBER 1, 1962 Frederich Iw waRNER BRO&
Morley, and Connie I
Jeanette Rock, daughter of Pas PLUS
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mo mm The splendid leadership, untiring :I rWud
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helped this rally to be

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SCRAJBOOK GEMS. Humil! up job as proctor In helping tc: "-
ty Is the mark of a truly great adminster the State Scholar \V WALTER owe KNIGHT BEAT

personality; no small person ship Examinations : '. r Come **XSXSN > S > SN %*S i J>5 tt 5

was ever humble In spirit. Th Monday the above mentioned The South Broward VFW

humble person acknowledge. high school will .be in the; midst Post No. 8195 meets Sunday
failures and success without beIng of an evaluation. evening, Nov. 4
program. The at 6 o'clock. AU THIS FRI. SAT. SUN.
unduly cast down by the ,
public is hereby Invited to heat: members please be present and
one or set up by the other;. he the findings Wednesday. Nov. 1 on time at the Chamber of
treats flattery and criticism at 2.30: ( in the auditorium. Dr. Commerce Building. Alfred Watkins NOVEMBER 2 3 4BARBARA
alike. He knows that human nature Rhaney of FAMU is serving as Jr., is commander of the
Is imperfect more often coordinator Congratulationsto Post. -- -
than ot, and that he is respon the SUNLIGHT SCHOOL of nuuulu oto Central Baptist :
gether for the results pro.i BEAUTY'CULTURE on Its 27th Church Sunday evening. All h
sible for his work but not alto.i graduation evercises, young people and adults are
and efficiently sought askeu to be present at 630.: P1,
vide a purpose has been dill The National Beauty Cultur- Miss Ann Newton will be our wc
People with true humility are ists' League Brought many Interesting guest speaker. Theme, "What' c
usually kind, and everyone feels visitors to town last Can Young People Do to Improve
a biding affection for them. Hu week Attending the Annual the Church." Mrs. E. J,
mility is a conspicuous trait ir Principals Conference at Clark, president.
the character of a mature per FAMU last week were Principals 'rm'ee teams tied up for third
son. Samuel 0. Cohen, CharlesD. place in the Freeway Handicap _
FAMILY PORTRAIT OP Till Wyche, James Simmons, League at Bunche Lanes: Clo 1 ii
WEEK does not appear this James Cherry, Mary, Ford Williams ver Leaf, Sports Shop, Blan- .
week out of respect for the per Lennie Fannin A ford Cieaners and Bunche
son who gave the incentive for mighty big wheel has come to Park Drugs.C. .
tne overall idea. the home of the Maxie Millers.I i*. mount is a sponsor of
She is their baby daughter MO- the Business and Professional
NIS7 GINEINE. Men's League at Sunrise Bowl dr
IN MOMORIAM .ng iuuues. His team is now in
first place.
1908 1962 GREETINGS to Mr. Brov\ard County send their
This corner who shared his and Mrs. Charles B. Newton, deepest sympathy to the bereaved .
warm friendship and guidancefor tlr. and Mrs. 0. W. Duren, Oct. tamiiy of Elliot J. .
a number of years here at 3; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Humes, Pieze. _j. ,
the MIAMI TIMES shares the Oct. 6. Calling All Men of Central, ,
sorrow of his family at his Baptist Church, West. Holly
death. wood. The chairman and cochairman -
MAY HE REST IN PEACE II A P IY ANNIVERSAY of the Men's Day program .t
GREETINGS! Dawn O'Hara Davis are reminding you that
Mae Charles Brown, Oct. the time is fust approaching;
THIS MIAMI REAL ESTATE 1; Jacqueline Frazier, Linda We are depending on you and
BOARD. The board met at the Darnell Johnson, Samuel A. Cul- you to pull up and help make
home of auxiliary member, Mrs. mer, Oct. 2; Annie D. Phillips, this day a success. The chair LYNN
BLANCHE DEAN last Sunday Oct. 3* Blanche II. Dean, Margaret man is on the Job. We are asking .
afternoon. Atty. G. E. Greaves George, Lynette V. Me- all our friends and well. "Second Fiddle Girl" "Give Me a Break" "Lonely
discussed "Estates. Codioils and Kenzle, Angela Culmer, Steward wishes to Join in with our sou
Heal Estate," which concludedthe Matthews, Oct. 4; Charles J. venir program. You may call Heartaches" "Dlna And Pethlna"
series of lectures. New officers Fortson, Jackie Daniels. Anna YU 3-1118. Bro. George Smith,
were elected: Rudolph Pul- Smith, Marjorie T. Bowden, chairman; Bro. Edward Moncur, Admission Friday and Sunday $1.50
co-chairman Rev. E. J, Clark
low John Barkley, Howard Coachman Jr.. Hum. ; ,
president; pastor; Bro. Z. Newbold, re
Mason Oct. 5 Edgar and
vice president; Mi's. Lillian Bail- phrey Admission
I lou, secretary; Cliff Baker, trea. Edward Smith, Beatrice Glad.I porter Saturday $1.75
surer. Former president J. A. en, Hartman Gibson, Alice Dean, .
SUMMONS automatically be Frances Tucker, Annie Lee On October 18, the guidance TABLES FREE EXCEPT RINGSIDE
came chairman of the board. Scott, Vera Smith, Bonita committee and a steering com
Miss E. C. Thomas was appointed North, Oct. 6; Josephine Bron- mittee composed of parents presented n :
executive secretary. Other son, Mable Jones, Mildred a dynamic program for
members present were Mrs. Marks, Bessie Smith, Oct. 7.TIIOJGIIT parents The theme for Parent
Night was; "John Brown's baby
Frances (J. A.) Summons, Mrs had a cold on his chest." The TEENAGE MATINEESun.
Hose Tucker, Mr. and Mrs. J..R,
FOR THE WEEK:: topics discussed were. "RespectFor
Taylor, fcritz Green and his When men speak ill of thee, live The ,Rights of OtWs," and

guest wngnt, Julius John Haynes Smith, ,Wayman Sonny so as nobody may believe.them. "Absenteeism.This activity" was well attend. ., Nov. 4 2 to 6 p.m.

Evans und lure McKlnzie. ed and enjoyed :Itj everyone
Doings of The The panel consisted of these Featuring Barbara Lynn

"AAUW STIMULUS FORLEADERSHIP" well-known personalities: Mrs. tIr.Ir,
the themeof Virginia Kilpatrick, Rev. A. J,
was Admission 75c
Egellocs -
Association of DayleyS: jCharles Terrell' Mrs.
Tne American Harriett Womack, O. B. John-
University Women's Area The Egclloc Club was delightfully ion, Hilford Moffett, Joseph
Workshop at Hotel George Wash entertained at the home of Jones, and Mrs. Cora S. Colo- COMING COMING
ington in West Palm Beach, Oct. Incline D lorrm Covin on Satur man. Refreshments were servo -
27. Dr. LALLA BOONE, was I day, Oct. 27. Mrs. Vlvllora Gain. ed by Mrs. Annie It. Samuel,
coordinator of the workshop.The ev the club's efficient and ener Mrs. Mary Samuel and Mrs. DOUBLE ATTRACTION
Miami Branch presentedthe getic president, Is steering the Hazel Fitz
NOVEMBER 9 10 11
symposium on "Structural, group this year. -
Changes Toward Increased I
Emciency and Service." The fiec-nt1y. ETelloc Mar Kdards. of the well-read teachers of our-
Miami delegates consisted of : chairman of the Worship school system, will bring you
Aieadames William B. Smith, Committee, arranged for the uptodate on the best of the bestseller .
George, Holland. Alice Lopez, club to share In 1 most unllftlng list. The theme for Na
Mary Davis, Beverly Cox, and inspirational service at the tional Book Week this 'year Is:
Louise Palmer, Dr. Melanie Grace Presbyterian Church. The "I Like Books!" So, if you like
Rosborough Dr. May Brunson, Rgellocs wish to extend! to Rev. books, but find yourself too, too
Charles Smith, ItariettoVu'nn.. W. F. Savoy and appreciation busy' to keep up with the "lat.
wirt Peters Helen Miller, Portia Ion their deepest CRt/' you can't afford to miss
Sands Juanita JJamberry 'nr welcoming their partlc1pant4t1clpant this event.
and Maxine Pitts. Jn setting of elrpar mlngth welcoforLoo After a session oft punning

beauty which, carried out a color :* forward to hearing and fun the following Egellocs '
scheme of white, purple bout anrl sharing In some of left withi warm thanks to Hostess i : _
shrdes-of'lavender and pink,the ''he: worthwhile activities and Covin for an enjoyable ww
conference was inspiring and projects planned by the c 1 u b evening: Vivllora Galnty Ruth I
the fellowship delightful. There this year. As a starter, they look I Polite Verneka SUva, Cleomie ;
Jane Lewis Christina ::
were 75 registrations. :orward to seeing you at their ,
annual Book Review on Saturday Eve Ivis Johnson and ,AJzcllna ,
Nov. 10, at the Hampton Pinkney.
ABOUT PEOPLE. Darins House. In this relaxing atmosphere Vlvllora Gainey, president; AI
week the nation was saddenedby Mrs. Juanita Jeffries, one zelina Pinkney, reporter, Yr
the death of two people
themselves In
distinguished &AI
their chosen fields of work.
lah" and -Imitation of Life"' (r:

fame died in Hollywood, Calif, Cafe THE CHANTEERS
at the age of 60. CJEOROE MAT- The Spotlight ,
THEW ADAMS, 81 died in New .r_
York Ills column, Today'* 1613 NW 54th St. 'SHE'S COMING
in nationally-
Talk" appeared HOME"N'
i syndicated newspapers for 30 BREAKFAST LUNCH DINNERS PLUS :M
I years We are sorry to learnof -
illness Hats off to THE SENSATIONAL "t

She is the first Negro woman to Chef Cook William Johnson RHYTHM ROCKERS ORCHESTRA:
mail clerk at the
be as
employed Pollack ,Gulbranien Transistor Organ Played Nightly .
Main Post Office. Mrs. 'I 'a "
is a graduate of Miami North Reggie' Johnson, operator Willie McCloud, Astt. FEATURING JERRY JOHNSON :9 7,,
western PEAVY High test School chairman andchairman WE DELIVER PHONE 696-1783 On Electric Organ :!.3g

counselor at MIami ". "J' 1 '
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Miamian Is Talladega Resource Class Meets FAMU

I At' Liberty CityElementary For Miss

Founders Day SpeakerDr. TALLAHASSEE A 20.-year Davis of Tarpon Springs had
I old senior biology major from 181 votes and Johnnie Ruth
man who has practiced professions Jacksonville will reign over the Speights of Miami polled 150
Henry C. McDowell, pastor education and the ministry Over 22 parents of our Re. Homecoming festivities duringthe votes.
of the Church of the Open on two continents source Class met last Wednesday Diamond Anniversary celebration

Door, Miami, will return to his Africa and North America. evening, Oct. 24 in the cur.riclum of celebration Florida A and of Florida M University North DadeThespians
alma mater as Founders Day room to make plans for
1937 Dr. Mc. A&M University this weekend.
From 1919 to
Nov. 5. of
Speaker Dowell worked In Angola, West the school year., The Rlchardo teacher Thomas The Ruttlers meet the Aggiesof To Present
the class Mr. D.
Dr. McDowell, a 1915 graduate Africa where he and Mrs. Bessie each withan A&T College of North Carolina :
17 helpedto presented parent at 2 in Bragg Stadium.' "Sabrina Fair"
Fonvlelle McDowell
of Talladega College is a itemized ,list of character p.m.
form the Galangue Mission.' traits of Resource Persons nationally -
; Winsome Gwendolyn Clark i
As early as 1930 his work was "Sabrina Fair" the first dramatic
as well as locally.
polled 500 votes to 419 over
reco by an award from production of the year
Youth HallVolunteer the Harmon Foundation.For Following a resume of the wrltein candidate Oracle Lewisof for the North Dade Thespians,
growth of Resource Classes in Miami for the coveted honor. will be presented Monday, Nov.
ten 1937-47, Dr. McDowell Antionette Brown of Pensacola
years 5 at 8:15
: in the
ProgramRadio Dade County'which was given p.m. North Dade
served in the United polled only 19 writein votes. High School
Auditorium.The .
Mrs. Ford Williams
States, first as principal of Lin- 'by Mary [Miss Brown was junior attendant -
station WMBM, under coln Academy in North Carolina principal, each 'parent was giv to "Miss FAMU" last year. play is a modern versionof
the supervision of Blanche Cal and later as pastor of the, Dix en an opportunity to exchange I the "Cinderella" fable.
loway and Mrs. Cherry Boyer, well Congregational Church, ideas about the children. A Chirper Conchita Clarke, James Director -
sponsors a birthday party, every New Haven, Conn. question and answer period followed -I Lakeland, defeated three other "Sabrina Fair"Randolph states that
other Tuesday at Youth Hall. which enabled the parents candidates for the role of Junior is an amusing
The children enjoy community The next 12 years were spentat to pose questions to both attendant to the University story of a wonderful group of
singing and those with exceptional Elende, Angola as counselorof ) the teacher and the principal. queen. Miss Clarke had 523 people, and the cast of this
talent are given chanceto hundreds of village churchesand I votes; Willard Watson of Sebringgot forthcoming production gives
display it. WMBM sends a pastors. Returning to the On Tuesday, Oct. 30 the LCE '213 votes; Marie Alford of excellent portrayal of the roles.
large birthday cake for those: United States in 1959, Dr. McDowell faculty was fortunate enough to Miami, 201, and Barbara Williams The delightful
birthdays and it is has established a flourishing have had Mrs. McGinnis, super of Jacksonville 49. sophisticated
having comedy features
visor of school lunches, area J, Betty Tucker.
This is Just church in Miami.
shared by In the
visit with us to discuss our Eighteen year-old Geneva leading role; Anthony
one of the carried volunteer on programsnow daily at Other features of the Founders lunchroom program. She along Knowles of Deerfield Beach won Culver as Linus Jr., Calvin Dor-
being Hall.Drive. Day program, held at 2 p.m. with Mrs. Grace Wynn, our the sphomore attendant honorin sett as Linus Sr.; Louise Wallaceas
Sunday, Nov. 5 will be an academic lunchroom manager, explained a landslide vote over two other Maude; Patsy Ferguson as
procession, choral. anthems the program to the teachers ful opponents. Six hundred and Julia; Cleve Price as David; John
and a "Voice of History" sixty-four ballots were cast in Percell as Paul; Anthony ArmVfrister .
Carefully! narration by students. I I favor of Miss Knowles. MaryANDREWS' as Fairchild and Hazel
I One of our first grade teach Kirkland as Gretchen.
-. ers, Mrs. Thelma P. Outler, has "Sabrina Fair" a much
acclaimed -
ParentTeacherConfab an intern with her this year. play, is a new
Brownsville Selects She is Miss Almeanus Pratt. An JEWELERS for the North Dade Thespianswho challenge

a SuccessAt elementary education major KXIHIC'1VA1'CII AND in previous have
years pre
Outstanding PupilsSince from Bethune Cookman College
I CLOCK 1CKPAIH8: sented such remarkable productions
the "Seven Cardinal Bunche ParkOur Daytona Beach. We are as "Medna" and "A
Principles of Education" were Parent-Teacher Confer so pleased to have her with us.. 40 :Yean In Uusluetw in the Sun." Raisin

announced in 1918, schools have ence Day was a huge success. Mrs. Ruth Everette, one of All work guaranteed Admission for the production
held that one of the primary objectives We were delighted to see tho I our second grade teachers, is FP. 3-0152 for students. Advance tickets are
of education is the development parents turn out in such large I the proud mother of a baby girl. 303 N.W. Is $1.00 for adults and 50 cents
of good health and numbers.On |,Congratulations.We 2nd Ave. on sale at the school.
physical efficiency. Our pro Nov. 15 our regular PTA ---
gram is planned and geared toward meeting will be held at 8 p.m. are hoping that everyone
helping all pupils attain The primary department will who knows Mrs. Turner Rob Investigate Without
high degree of fitness, with give a demonstration on our revised -erts will visit with her. She has Obligation
special attention being given to arithmetic program. They been ill for over two weeks now.
those children who are physical- will show the continuity of development -The faculty is hoping that she Care-Craft School for
Iv developed as well_ as those of the program from will have a speedy. recovery.. Nurses Aids
physically undeveloped. i grade 1 to 3.
Realizing that physical fitnessis The American Education Week Mary Ford Williams, principal; Fall and Winter Classes Now
a basic objective of physical Committee has made tentative Denis R. Thomas, reporter. FormingTen
education it is essential that all plans for the observance of the
students learn to attain and appreciate -week. We will begin our observance Weeks Course Day or Night
a high level of physical by worshipping togetherat
development so that foundation Mt. Hermon AME Church, REGISTER NOW
skills of sports and other activities -Rev. & L. Gay, pastor. Parentsare
are engaged In with confidence invited to visit the school 1711 West
and pleasure. Success during the entire week. We especially Flagler Call FR 9-7357

M comes when the pupils, and la. urge them to come out A .......,...,.,-
ter the adult, participate in vigorous -on Monday, Nov. 12 for our N
recreational activities.In Back to School Night. There are
this light, the Physical Education many treats in store for you. o
Department of Browns We are very happy to have NIGHTINGALE COLLEGE ---I 1
vllle wish to congreulate the fol.following Mrs. Francena Jones back to S'ERVICEWilliam
students on achieving -work again after a two-week Ill
tne coveted special recognition II ness.We Pinder, Sr. 54th Physician's Assistant Class,
award of "Outstanding Student :; express our sincere sym. Professional Piano Tuner
in Physical Education" for pathy to Miss Emery Shelfer BEGINNING MONDAY, NOV. 5, 1962
the first six weeks. and family during their bereavement .I And! Repairer
The selections are based on due to the loss of Mrs. LAST CLASS OF 1962
; student performance of skills, Shelfcr's mother 1935 N.W. 153rd St.
adaptability to team-game situation Be a good citizen. Remember Opa locks Air Conditioned Classrooms
to vote i
and overall deportment In on Nov. 6.
sportsmanship. In the seventh L. Lambert, principal! R. Vlck- Phone MU 8-3770 265 N.W. '5th Street FR 3.1675
grade: Elease McEady, receivedthe ers, reporter
award and Alexander ,
girls' ---
Smith received the boys' award.In I
eighth grade, Jacquelyn Butler
and Ullysses Breedlowe 'received THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY I
the honors. In ninth, An. I

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within 1000 yards show how close Excellent salaries for ,butlers chauffeurs housemenetc.
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-..-...-.-..-.-.-.------ WEEK Phil Ossofer Education Week 'I i| tcntion to the vital role of education -
1 | in preserving the American -

RALS ARE IMPORTANT Chest X-rays will be availableat When our', Navy took off from Planned atBrownsville way of life in an age of rap.
the following locations thiS' id technological and sociologicalchungC'
week Key West I thought our subs .
'' What mineralsdo dents 18ryear Dade County resi were going to uproot Cuba and
of age and ov r. American Education Week activities I
bod y that our destroyers would tow A special committee to in Brownsville will be
need for health? The Christmas Seal Mobile the 42nd annual observance
What Chest it over to the other side of the part of a nationwide observance :
happens Unit
of the Dade County American Education Week which
during estimated
if there is a de- Tuberculosis and Health Assoc Atlantic. Far-fetched isn't It? Brownsville, Nov. 11-17. million an 30
adults will visit their
r' ficiencyVha t iation will be located: Well, we've got to get tough because was organized today under schools and colleges. Millions
foods are min the Russians missl-led us. chairmanship of Mrs.
eral-rich? Since Monday and Tuesday, Nov: 5 Their claims that the Cuban Randolph. conscious more will be made education-
.1,the discovery of and Gat 7101 NW 17th ave., bases were defensive and not at.'I through the newspapers
vitamins, the Wednesday, Nov. 7 at 7007 Nw offensive were lies base lies. Other committee members and magazines, radio, television
role of miner I 12th Ave. Thursday, Nov. 8 ,at Mrs. Hattie Evans, numerous special AEW
als in the 11312 NW 22nd ave., Opa-locka. The blockade has us all at Mrs. Grace Callaway programs and projects.
,,< funct1oninIr proper Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday sea. It is a wait and see whilewe Charles, Lonnie & I National sponsors of American
bodies has been "played and Thursday's hours will be wait\ at sea proposition. man Willie Wright, Mrs. II Education Week are the National
1 p.m. to 4 p.m. and 5 p.m. Friday When the Red's ships show up Woolfork, Mrs. vernon Education Assoclatlan,
Most people know they Nov. 9 the Unit will be located there'll be a showdown, and ifthey're and Herbert Cobtt. I I I American Legion, National Congress -
but can rarely name at the Bunche Park Shop not slown down they :: of Parents and Teachers,
minerals. : ping Center, Opa-locka, witn might get blown up. The ships The theme for the 19C2 and the U. S. Office of Educa
nours 10 a.m. 1 and 2 p.m.. must bow to our commands or observance Is tion.
are three most Impor, and 5 p.m. p.m. we'll take stern measures to turn Meets the Challenge of A complete report of AEW ac.

minerals: Calcium, iodine, them back The activities for the I tivities planned for Brownsville
[ iron. Calcium Is especially keyed to that theme, will call will be reported at a later date.BARKLEY'S .
are giving
rtant to children. It builds right amount of iron is beef ::01' a hand while elbowing into this I
bones teeth
nails and' caive's liver. hemisphere with arms. To them
Rickets '
and bowlegs, I I say, "Arms or no arms CUT-RATE STORE
Icle The
anI I
spasms convulsions, right amount of minerals haims off!"
yell as heart and nerve weak- -the minimum requirements '-
tees derive from calcium de- will be assured if a varied diet No nuclear bombs have been "THE FRIENDLY STORE WITH THE WARM WELCOME"

ncy. Milk, soybean flower, is followed. This should includea dropped, b'ut we have much radio 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376
ragus, beans, broccoli varied assortment ot fresh vegetables activity everyone's: listening
buts, cabbage, cauliflower, meats (including liver to the news reports. I BACK TO SCHOOL SALE
|ry and cheese are calcium. and kidneys) and sea foods, don't mind the discussions about New Gripper Binders 08* Straightening Combs
such diet versatility will not bombs as long as they don't
I Keg. Binders 33* to 1.98 70* to 2.98
loiter only provIde calcium Iodine aha drop) the subject.No .
and upset metabolismIt iron out also quantities of chio- Notebook Fillers 5* to 08* Old 07 Brrgnniont Hair

from iodine deficiency, line, potassium, sulphur, copper, wonder we American are Composition Books 250 to 496 Dressing SO* and 1.00
ich Is needed .
for the vital getting angry. With the Comnies
boron and zinc all Bleach and Glow Cream 75 All of medicines
roid type patent
glands foods
sea are needed to insure health. Your : so dose we can't help seeS
iodine sources. Iodinerichds doctor will gladly advise you :as'' ing Red. Old Spice Cologne for men Don't forget your filmsA

include green beans, all 10 your dietary needs. Variety of Cards for nil Occasions
11 fish, lobsters, sea fish, and
nach, Anemia results from ann this article Is written as a Gifts of all descriptions. Use our layaway
leticiency, and there can] public service to interest )'ou'ln Miami Times Ads OPEN DAILY AND SUNDAY 8 AM. to 10 P.M.

| other glood disturbances. A I better health by Dr. 31. nadia, y JOHN A. McMlNN, Owner
ust" for building up the I I 115J: NW 3rd Ave. Get Fast Results




The Rival Candidates for Congress in Florida's 3rd District, North Dade County


6 ft.2 in. III.MT' S ft. 8 In.MIAMI .


Extensive duty In Secret Intelligence Service. 1, ",,/ '. 67 days as enrollee in Student Army Training
Countet-aplonaaoworkJnLatlnAmerlcl,2)'C&l'Io Corps (SATC, University of Alabama Oct. 7- ,,
I D Dec 12, 19J8.I +
Military Attache. Bolivia. Investigated Fascist ''1! ;'' f
I and Communist subversion. 'Ji.kt:... ,4t "
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Peterson strongly advocate curta Din, $ YES -The Miami Herald says (Oct.1962)
lIU waste and balancing the budget-eo u to that voting for him would be "giving a
protect persons with bard-earned savings and a I blank check to the Administration." While he
those on /fixed Incomes from losing out because f was a U.S. Senator, (1936-50). the purchasing
---" of costly Inflation.! History hu taught him that v power of your dollar dropped from 101.4* to
many free nations have perished,not from attack 131.6 .In this period Pepper earned hit reputation
b- r by enemies from without but from unoontrolled ;x?. ,, as"the Big Spender"of your tax monies,without I
': spending policies wig .. regard to Its damaging results on the economy I

YES -He will work rcaDe: t of the $ ||fl -Ills statements In recent months have
Monroe : %udms an immediate RU reflected hesitation and indecision.
blockade of Cuba f1Joft of a
Cuban Government In Erie. He feels timidity
-I and indecision have cost us greatly and cannot 1 1I
be tolerated.

BeBevea la the bdlviduaTa right and HOI 'Pepper has a long record of advocating
YES ability to govern himself without excessive the encroachment of big government on
government interference.Want Government I Individual faction rights, diminishing I
c to atop COGJPICi with> ,eompctdve+ enterprise.] of choice and for individuals and bi cues


-WBOI.EHEARTEDLY, ides a r il; YES -BUT under the misleading proposal
YES 1I1f/t1r7 plan based CIa I'dvatlIIIferpriIe' which would be compuhory and which
In the American tradition which gives ux oooiwtlona compels workers to support millions of people
for insurance premfams and also> protects who don't need help, at great extra cost. It alto
those without Income.Plan ghee broader coverage I fails to provide adequate aid for millions who
state- ontroBed method of his opponent j do IICcd

i YES FWerson has an extensive practical s. NO-11 t. Magazine said ( 15 1950)
emdasta 01 Communlat .less and "He became an apologia for For-
of Communist I alga Policy....proposed that the U.s.destroy
his Investigations
strategy:, from .....,.."
activity as an FBI Agent Also served in Latin every atom bomb The Saturday Evinlag'
ROBERT America in csonntewspionage work against Nazis. 1': {(,'" Post August 31,1946said:"s.son with Rwsu.be CLAUDENow
a Colonel to u.s.A.rmy1ntcJ1i1CDCO Active argues and thus avoid war. The Miami
Reserve Judgment It sound and solid. tit .1 AI stated (April 26, 1950) "1t. (Ass attempted to
defeat ,w- ti explain away the o-Stalin,pre-radkal statements
training is Ideal for taking positive steps ;
PETERSON this menace to our nation and the God-Given I M ef his senatorial o has sought to
I$ isle frkndsalps
freedom of all men. .., avoid references for and championing
& \ fctr ; "I>4."l''{' ef exponents ef radicalism."
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"For the first time in many years Dade Countians, who believe in the candidate of stature. lIe is BOB PETERSON. We think he would

two-party system have an opportunity to support a moderate Republicanmake t an excellent congressman."-Herald editorial, October 22, 1962. .



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( .
,," In loving mmory of my. :dear, DEATHSrange PAUL D. HAYES
husband, 244 NW 7th, St. brother
.. ., of
,&.oi!1. ,
David J. and Mrs. Lula Mae
I Tarrencfc died In Jackson Hos-
i CARDS ... MEMORIALS .. ", .
pltal Oct. 20. He was sent t(
MRS. LOTTIE SHELFER Leary, Ga. Wednesday for ser
ial.I.1JBIII : : !\,.- ...,- 6231 NW 13th Ct., Miami diedon' ,vices. Other survivors are two
P r1t Oct .2Su She Is survived by aunts and a godchild, Mr.
I CARD OF THANKS I CARD OF THANKSThe twu daughters, Emry Shelfer ,Gladys Atkinson.
family of the late and Mrs.Mary F'loydhree sons,
The family of the late, SAMUEL BOWE Joseph, Louis; and Johnnie, two
.asters, Mrs. Roberta Johnson RUFUS WIGGINS
akes this method ,of expressinghanks and'\ Mr;. .Nettie Halyard; onebrother Who lived at 6701 NW 17t
and appreciation to the George' Washington, & Ave., died Oct. 29. His mother
nany friends and neighborsvho ..Vgnter-in-law.. Services will be Mrs. Estella Thomas, father
were so, kind.during its riela Saturday at 1 p.m. at Mt. Marris Wiggins, two sisters and
c x sours of bereavement. Thanks Calvary: Missionary Baptist four brothers survive. Arrangements :
for your cards, letters, tele-. t!hurcn: with Rev &: M. T ho- are incomplete. '
;rams, flowers cars and all other ,'+nas. officiating., '
kind of sympathy.
Special :thanks to Rev. J. J. ",' MIIS. CHRISTINE J. KING MRS. LIZZIE MAE WEST
Williams and the officers and l 5WO( ::: SW' 22nd St., West Hollywood '!0f 825 NW 70th St., died In
members of Metropolitan AME died Oct. 28 at Mt. Sinai Jackson Hospital Oct. 30! Willie
Church; the Policemen Benefit Hospital.She is survived by he* Clifford West, husbanr. Arrangements .
Association and the entire staffof 9 nusoand,'Whltefield, a daughter, are incomplete.
'a9 a the Range Funeral Home. nrs. huna; Johnson, sister, Mrb.

The Family 1A Hoena Parlin, a son-in-law JOSEPH ADAMS:

Othello W Johnson. Her serviceswill 16440 NW 10th Ct, Opa-locka: ,
be held on Saturday, Nov.ii
died Oct. 30. Arrangements arC'
at 3:30: U.m. at Grace Presbyterian .
CARD OF THANKSThe who dparted this' life October Church, with Rev. Wiiiian. Incomplete.MRS.

of the late 29, 1961. r'. Savoy officlating.WILLI4M .
I Asleep In Jesus, blessed sleep,
9b'Y I From which none ever wakes to ROY CARTER 2346 NW 64th St, died Oct.
16. Services were conducted Oct.
15159 Drive died
Railroad at
24 at New Mt. Calvary Baptist:
o y A calm and undisturbed repose
Veterans Oct. 26. He ii
Unbroken by the last of foes. >. Church, Rev. W. P. Tarpley, pas
survived his wife Mrs. Minnie
by ,
tor Her survivors Include nor
MR. JOHNNIE W. FAISON SR Sarah Forbes, wife Ola. His services will be helu
Leanna Forbes Lane, husband, four daughters, a son.
take this method of expressing I daughter Saturday at 10 a.m. in the chapel sister, brother, three aunts and
its thanks and appreciation tc Rosa Bell'Forbes, daughter with Rev. Prince Mobley of. two uncles.
the many friends who were so ficiating.
Barbara Forbes daughter
kind during its hours of be Christine Forbes, daughter '.\1It. WILLIE M. RAIIMINGS I I MRS. EUNICE FERGUSON
reavement. Thanks for your Eugene. Forbes Jr., ,son 1300 NW 53rd St., died Oct. 31. 14230 NW 22nd Ave. Services
flowers, cards, telegrams, care, A father, 5 sisters and a She Is survived by a daughter, I I will be held Saturday, 3pm. in
letters and all other kind gestures brother "' Mrs. Louvenia Lovings, a granu the chapel with Rev. H. E.
of sympathy. Special n son, J. W Drake, two other Greene officiating. She is SUi'
thanks to Rev. J. E. Brown anu Brands and great grands. Her vived by husband!, David, a sitter -
memebers of New Hope Baptist IN MEMORIAMIn services will be held Saturday, Mrs. Annie Jewel Bar&welJ
Church, Rev. C. P. Preston anu '. Nov. 3 at St. John Baptist with and a brother, John Tuggle t
the members of the Peaceful loving.. memory. of our sister Rev. Thedford Johnson officia Griffin, Ga. She will be on vie\\
Zion Baptist Church, neighbor. ting. in the chapel from 5 p.m Friday .
of 65th, 06th and 67th sts., Granu EILEEN BUTLER CALDWELLwho .
United Faithful Few Club No. 1 fr : departed this life' November WALTER JOHNSON
L ''I and the staff of the House of 7, 1961.,; a. ', r. I '' Francis 1159 NW 58th St., was funeial-
and our father Ized Oct. 29 at Zion Hope flap
Albert.Mrs. REGINALD JOHNSON tist Church, Rev. Paul Freeman
: Callle Faison, wife 1429 NW, 5th St., died Oct. 28
Mr. Johnnie W. Faison, Jr. who fell asleep October 31, Funeral services will be held pastor. His survivors are his
1951. widow, Laura five daughters
son ; ,
There is time that we'could at Mt. Calvary Baptist Church, two sons, four sisters
Mrs. Janice Owens, daughter no
SAMUEL CAMBRIDGE. set for Nov. 3, 3 p.m. Remains will be
who departed this life October, We who must parting remain are never be on view at the chapel zegin- MRS. DESSIE MAE BALKMA.V
IN I MEMORIAMIn I 21, extend to all the friends,, ready for 'such pain nlng 0 pm. Friday. Survivors 1865 NW.C6th St., died Oct. 27.
neighbors and coworkers, sincere Even our prayers would be: include three sisters, Miss Minnie Survivors are her father, Alter
loving memory of my son I thanks and appreciationfor "Not yet! Not yet dear God Bell Canady, Mrs. Lillie Russaw of Louisville, Ala, four
WILLIE DENSON the many acts of kindness Another day Hiooks and Mrs. Annie Wil brothers and two sisters. Arrangements
who departed this life Nov. 1, bestowed upon us in our be With us let our beloved stay." Hams; three brothers, Jim, are Incomplete.
Roosevelt and
1957. reavement. We know beyond a
We must believe when falls the
\ May he rest in peace. doubt. we are not alone. II I I blowThafVriseiy
We love but God loves JOHN LEE SIMON
you you ,
best. He leaves to mourn. Special thanks are extendedto II' God has willed It so. 1620 JJW 5th place died Oct. your friends" ntCAL'S
Celia Denson, mother the Rev Father J. E. Cul-) Vera-A, Wilson 28. Services will be held on LOUNGE ANDRESTAURANT
Reford Denson brother mer, rector of St. Agnes Episcopal /i Reginald B. Johnson Nov. 3 at the chapel at 2 p.m.

I Ethridge Denson, brother Church, Range Funeral CARD OF THANKS Remains will lie in repose at
Other relatives and a Home, St. Mary's Guild, Si. the chapel beginning 6 p.m. on Food at Its best
host of friends. Agnes Parish Guild, St. Veron | The family of the late Friday. Survivors Include his You have fried the rp stNow
lea's Chapter Women of t h e; SMITH TIGGS wife, Minnie, mother, Mrs. Gir try the best

IN MEMORIAMThe Episcopal Church, Antlers' who passed away. Oct....10, take lie Simon; father, Marcella; 3 Continuous service from 0 i n.m
M Temple No. 39, IBPOEW, Atlantic this method ', of expressing sisters, Mrs./Willie Lee Parker, to 1 a.m.
family of the late, Coast Chapter No 15(1]) thanks and appreciation to the Mrs. Margaret Lee and Miss 6010 NW 22nd Ave.
MARY DELL NORMANwho OES, the Goodwill Social and many friends and neighbors Nancy Simon; two brothers;
departed this life October Savings Club, Light of the who were so kind to us during Henry and Samuel. i NE 3-9316

9. wish to express sincere Morning Social and Saving*lour' hours of bereavement. Special SUSAN E.AMBROSE Owned and operated by
thanks to the Rev. Brown of Club. thanks to the doctors and MRS James and Nealle
New Hope Church, Range Fun, nurses of Jackson Hospital and 444.A NW 14th Terr., died
eral Home and the many friends to.;the Range Funeral Home: Oct. 29. Funeral services art

who darkest were hour.so kind during our CARD OF THANKSThe Tlggs Family incomplete.Survivors include her husband SEE THE-SOUTH'S

Your understanding, assistance family of the late, CARD OF THANKSWe _. Rev. Zeph Ambrose, three LEADING COLORED
and: consolation will fur. -..__ ._ __ 1:>_ __ sons, Joseph, Carl and Zeph;
ther be appreciated and remem ?, the family of the late, I two brothers a sister, 15 grand. PSYCHIC READER
bered. MRS. ANNIE L. THOMAS I children. --CONSULT licit--
sincerely, who passed Oct. 9, 1962, wish tq I
Clarence Norman and extend to all friends here and r
Sherea out (Of town our sincere thanks
and 'appreciation their many N1
cards, telegrams and flowers
and many more thoughtful ex

I loving memory of our dear pressions. Also special thanksto
wife, mother, daughter and sis.i'1 Rev. W. P. Tarpley and
I ;': ter, members of the New Mt. Calvary
Baptist Church and Lily
I '
\ V d r# White Lodge No. 129 and the

l, J'". Eb entire staff of the House of
I Albert. Let her years of f'xllt.'rlell'l'Jllldt"
+ Mr. Claude R., Thomas, son and -protect joii throuuhoiil/ .'
'I v Mrs. Rosa Thomas, .8 n llghthoiifte guide (he .KIH.
I I daughter-in-law In a storm. For Mic<'e* In |Inn(
I Mrs. Leila Billingslea. ROM and IOTO.DONT .
daughterMrs. STAY IN 1HJ| HUT 2ii;
Annie L. Atkins. OUT NOW flY Till! Iml.lt! Ol,
daughterMrs. GOD SIZE CAN IIILI: tot.Offlrw .

Maude Scrivens, sister Hour:
0 a.m. 0 p.m.

CARD OF THANKSThe -- Thur.. 0 i .m. to
MRS. EVELYN BETHEL- family of the late, DAILYSuncJ.al 7 p.m.
I wish to express sincere thanks I wishes to express their thanksto F ?
and appreciation to the many all friends and neighborswho s.mn L'iVLES"
; friends and neighbors for cards, sent cards and telegrams JERVI8 10 a-ui. il p.m.

flora and other tokens of sympathy expressing their sympathy dun i Of 30CO NW 55th St, died on RKADINQfl.OO
during their bereave Ing their recent bereavement. Oct. 28. Services will be held
ment. Thank you Nov. 3, 2 pm. at St. Mary's W. UT
j Special thanks go to the Rev.L. Eloise Enslow and Family M. Church.: Remains will lie in

A. Thompson and members repose at the chapel beginning 28 Years
.. ..... ... .... ,_.. 6 ExperienceDon't
h '!JII of Temple Baptist Church, the CARD 'OF THANKSThe pm. on Friday until funeral
MRS. BERNICE M. GIBSON I Rev. Harold Brown, the Rev. time Saturday afternoon. Survivors Write Call In I'erwn.MADAM .
who departed this life Oct._ 31 I S. L. Gay and the Francis Funeral family of the late, Include two brothers,
1961. Home. May the Lord bless DAISY THOMAS Hiram Golden Knowles, a
May she rest in peace and you., gratefully acknowledge and nephew, Darville Knowles Jr., HUNTER
light perpetual shine upon. her' Mrs. Arnett Chandler thank you for your kind expression and two grand nephews, Dar. 1657 N.W.
Mr. 0. C Glteon: I daughter of sympathy during her bereavement vine II and Michael Knowlesand 73rd ST.

And Family Six grandchildren other relatives. MIAMI F LA.

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room, tile bath and Fla. room
furni> Hre JLlvirtg room, dinette, '10th Ave. Cal '6348197. $450

and bedroom suite, also console ,down. .' v' a.,"".' N10 ,

TV New. Contact Mr. Taylor: 'i' '.. ...... "
Saturdart "
h'lSl13''antl':4:30 "
p.m. at 4134 NW 32nd .A't, 'all Iake'oye i,3..bedroomt': 2

1-'.\UTIFUL ROOM In private day. Sunday. -, I I'''NW'bath,,, lJ1d:. ..'t $.,.. We ',Can Do It This Time
; o't''\ '
:r., Live just like home. 1826 I ", 11'1: ." '.,'
|w> 5th St. Phone NE 3-2740, OPEN 1 to.5 p.m..4800' NW,16thi l, ;'-i-uEDnooM M .x11M..r ms -' "
r Ave $500 down ; plus r-: ,: I ,.. ;
YOU looking for a furnish. $GG month:2 bedroom 'c1 eti y, FHA $400 down. Only ;
[RE with carporte ,,'
frame '
1 room with modern bath and Ethel Relnart, broker, ,634- 645., G34 llj500.--&i5.Ethel Remnant, : Broker.'. o Democrats .,),, f, :
furnished kitchen in
c-Iv .. "
[ibt place? Call OX 14864. o Republicans

lit, with yard and porch, rea- VOTING MACHINE SAMPLE BALLOT 0 Independents
,nable. $11 OX 12426. mat: t"tif" itYltOrotses tint *

ILEAN RQOM for'sober person TV tt)4. Mf : Parana trooM&t sari'k Ml pfcfcd M te UM ELECT
I See it tai.s tOd bovfca'. w >I i alet.rr OlIN t3rt.rs..erWwrit.
I home. you will
1 private to .mr. fa tt. bfapkEARN saes. _a.4 J.fiat prrp..wtLt
Ike it. Call PL 73247. Mrs. "
cr 1 necr sze'x nr .
Ilse scan -' ..' r '
II 1 or unfurnished. 1 bedroom r 1 pWM
lot furnished. Adults or will
'ke child up to 3 years old. 729 McGIon
i\V 55th Terr. Phone MU
0325. I. I..I M.".....+ -.ww I. JayTO

.........." ...*.........,...,...
|18 PER WEEK. 5 room unfur- p."..rrrr, ...........-.......,.. *
ll.;lied house, 6041 NW 24th Ave. ....................,...... CONGRESS.
'ree gas and water, refrigerator .
I ml stove.
Nice house for small family,
ovely yard. $18 per week. Can' Vote For Principle -'.
)IU" $100 down, also small apt.
15 NE 55566. BIG MONEY!

ICE 1-BEDROOM house, the TRAIN NOW FOR A BETTER PAYING JOB Lever 2-B Tuesday, Nov. 6

,Jarh $G5 monthly. 1048 NW Full or part-time work. Short course, low tuition
roth, St. Phone OX 6-2467 or III Men and ---' ..
women, no age limit. Free placement "' ''''''''''t -

WANTED MANAGERS. Super Markets, Retail Stores, Discount Store*
IVOUNG MAN for part time.Rn"nl are in immediate need for trained help' TV HOME SERVICE CALLS $1.50

Drive-In, 6840 NW 15t> Qualify in.3 weeks. Day and,evening classes I \,, '

I : to keep furnished 801 N.W. 79th Street PL 7.3651Retain ALL TYPES
upjitment. Also someone to
darn' to South Georgia. Call NE .'\ SALES ON PAYMENT PLAN

1.1217, ...&.&.&.&.&.&.......&.&....a..u.... ALL WORK AND SALES fiUAUANTKKI)
I3UOOM HOUSE'; unfurnished I. : JOE SCOTT
?i+10 1 weekly E. Picard Rental Dignity and Experience
A''Pnrv. fifiO NW 8th St. Phone Authorized t factory 'J'\' irpiilr' niul sales
r. q: 2902. REELECTYOSLOll "23 N.W. 62nd Street PL 1.8381
'In M 1 Cottages, water furnUh.io -';
< week. 569 NW 8th Bt. ,
72902.. 1
Rental Agency I 3 Pair. of, pants beautifully dry cleaned and pressed
'ntai collections! I
; property I .
management, real estate SCHOOL BOARD DIST. 2r FOR ONLY $1.00
NW 8th St. FR 7-1901 4 '' ""b'sue

.WISHED efficiencies, utilities
"I" iitdPd $12.50 a week. 620 N.W (Small additional charge)
St FR 72902.

\T'TIFUL Furnished room. H
p'' vane entrance, private bath. 1047 N.W. 3rdl! Avenue
to wall front and
,,. carpet,
tt loor Very big' closet, 1859
NW GOth St. .':'. -.., .... .. '. SW.',....SS


om: tile bath and Fla. room. '
fto mortgage:: fee. 52nd St. and RESERVATIONS NECESSARY $200 down Balance like rent
, ln'h a\e. .Call 634-8197. $450 MAKE' THEM NOWI! CALL SY ...
I down. -

Beautifully decorated 2 bed Dine Dance Entertainment' In NfgM Club HUTCHESON REALTY

rr >m CBSplus gorgeous Florida *$
( rom> kitchen a real dream. To- . 5178 NW 17th Ave. Phone 6915611an
u $8,500
only $300 dowand
a month pays all. A. Benrl. 1I AVENUE / .
R"- ,. Realtor 2644 NW 62nd St. L1 1 mi

Nltes PL 05533. Days OX .
43.1.5 NW 8th Ave Open SPECIAL, I
day 2 to 6, 2 bedroom CBS, Fla. WATCH
room, fence, sprinkler system. Now here J Isa, bun that .U. equipped with all modern convenience

$100 orner 1 down Property, $83 month Total pays$12,400 all .!*. Rest room, air conditioned, bar and refreshment,

A, Ben-Korl Realtor 2644 NW FOR THE ANNOUNCEMENTS OF cushion Mats. Now this bus is open for rental appointment.

OX rt1d 1.9372.St. .Nltes PL 9-5533. Day r .to'cburch for trip in and out of the city, al!o picnics, etc.

Further information call
755 NW 44th St. Open Sun, '
day 2 to 6. 3 bedroom, v e r 3 PL 9-0669 YU 3.1648
large r TT I .
Florida room garage --
-potless. Total 9995. Only $300 Clarence Smith, Manager
"own. $Sfl month pays all. A FABULOUS BUNCHE LANES
r nICorl, Realtor, '2644 NW
2nd St. Nites PL 9-5533. Days .' ".Io..I1. M M.Io.Jl..JIJLKktt Jurx 1f1I};16..lL&.Ji JL.IUUUI.
OX 1.0372.2.bedroom.

2282 Bunche Park West Drive' OPEN 24 HOURS PH. 634-9876
CBS, fenced back
Yard, stove' and refrigerator

Srr.-1UY beautiful: nice.tiled Total bath$10,000 carporte, only OPA-LOCKA *" (Satellite Guest HouseCLEAN

down, $67 month pays all
This '141 a real bargain A. Den.Kori. .
Nlt PL ox
1.93727. S5533Days I Private Parking Mill L. L. Cave, Prop.

Rprs 25 Inch 26 Brunswick Automatic Lanes. 26 Fla.
26-inch and girl's 3115 N.W. 58th Street Miami,
Blue and White Schwinn
bicycles. Good condition. $40
/fc l PL 77822. ... ... r l J .4 rYYT i .Yr... YT rrrYTyyy. .w r
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. tempted rape, July 18. He was for the Eastern District of New Mrs Jeanette Bethel has been I
sentenced to two years on each Providence. appointed As istant Registrar
count, the sentence to run consecutively General of the Bahamas.
PAGE Both the United Bahamian Trinidadian by birth she holds
i I ,,:_ I Party and Progressive Liberal the B.Sc. degree in economics I I
Party have made public their
Rudolph Cooper, 18, died at from the University: of London
the Princess Margaret Hospital platforms. Some of the planks and a Ph.D. frm Queen's, University -
i : IN MD AROUND THE BAHAMAS on Oct. 5, soon after he was come another pretty near while to others touchingone are I Belfast. She was on the
of the
staff University of the
j admitted. A Guardian newsboy.
- ------ far The coming General
-- -- - apart. West Indies before coming to
t' Cooper suffered a severe wound Election will be the first to be I .
Nassau In 1960.American
Elthon Gray of Engleston Church at the Centenary Celebration -When he slipped holding a bottle conducted along party lines in
found two checks valued at of the Society: of the and cut his wrist. Services were the history of the Colony and
\ more than $840 recently and returned Church of England and the Ba- held at Mt. Calvary Baptist these platforms at least tell the
them to the owners, hamas in London, are on an extended -Church, Rev. W, G. McPhee,I public which way the political GeneralEntertainment
Madison Builders. Gray was given preaching tour of Great pastor. winds are blowing.
$14 as a reward.Of Britain. They will return to the
Bahamas in mid-December. I
Gladstone Williams could not
all the thieves In the world, convince a Supreme Court Jury Miss Dorothy Bowen, Inspector "FLORIDA'S LARGEST"THEATRICAL
the guy who stole Eddie Rich offering for election on Oct. 8 that ha was In jail pn of Domestic Subjects for the AGENCY
ardson's cart Is one of the mean: to the House of Assembly|June 4 the*'d:1rb: 'waS"'llrt' Board of Education,* left recent.1y
est. Richardson, a cripple, lost on Nov. 26, must deposit $4201 I rested for stealing The Solicitor for London' England: where For December We Need!
all his belongings on Sept. 15 cash with the Parliamentary,General had,,bis, ,repord,,and,the the''will'take, a 12-week course. in VOCALISTS DANCERS
when fire destroyed his little Registrar on Nov. 3, between 01 Judge added two more.years to Her Majesty's' Inspecorate. ORGAN STPECIALTYPor
home. Generous friends have am. and noon. The Registrar's the three, '.that. Williams i{! : was. ACTS
contributed money and the office reported that there are doing.A .. ,., ,Mrs, Albertha Forbes, 33. of further details call in per
house is being re-built. His sole 28,344 registered voters in New 'East South, was stabbed son. Bring photo and material
means of support was a cart in Providence and 16,678 on the campaign meeting\ held at to' Streetl in the yard of Our Suite 211
which he collected empty Out Islands. Sandiland-School: _GeQf f rey. A Ladys! ,Roman Catholic Churchon 235 Lincoln Road
bottles for sale. Johnstone Thursday night, 1. 30. Her husband See David Probinsky
Leroy "Bo'hawg" McPhee, 20 Oct. 11 wa broken, up by ''a Jeremiah, was: arrested SERVING
Canon Collingwood Cooper of Coconut Grove, was found group ot ruffians,and a'"windowof and charged with' the murder. A NASSAU JAMAICA HAITI
and the Rev. Michael Eldon, who guilty by a Supreme Court jury, the school"W snwhed/'Mr.: / preliminary hearing was set for, VIRGIN ISLANDS SOUTH
are representing the Anglican on Oct. 10, of robbery and at.I,Johnstone is p UPB candidate I December 3. AMERICA

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Pinlights From Finland Bunche Lanes I SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1962 PAGE 15 II

Drugs and Cloverleaf Sports, Bunche Lanes. Moonlight bowling '1
The Sportsman's Team led by division, with first place prhe NewsWere Shop. This Is one of the finest sounds Intriguing, enterest t. \
John Stoner, who thvew a three money of $750 and handicap'division leagues at Bunche Lanes. The ing, romantic. Dosen't it? Come l' '
game set of 585 and a single with first place prize of members are always on time, on out and be a Romeo or Juli ,,
witness good handicap Bowling, $500 both men will be entered you there to see the the secretary (Theodore Blue) ette. We do not have a balcony
masters three out of three. over in both divisions. We k n o v match game between Cyril Mil- keeps the records in order and but we have the best bowling
the Strikes and Spares, who there will be stiff competition in ler and Jim Cprbert Jast Frida good fellowship and sportsmanship I lanes In Opa-locka.
were badly handicapped by the Cloth divisions and we are look. night?, Well, ,it lasted until 5 are displayed, Thursday .
absence of "Pops" Taylor. The both ing forward to good results from a.m. in the morning. 'When they night at 8:30: the competitionstarts Go. Go. Go. The Falstaff Trav r i
MTA Strikers took the Bowl- men. finished it was still undecidedas and a good time is had by: ellng League plays at Mt. Club '
masters two out of three. To to who was the, best, so they all. Sunday at 5 p.m. Sharp. .
witness good handicap bowling, will have a rematch tonlte (Fri.. :
in to Pin-Land next Tuesday You Can Help Girl ).
drop day Come on out to Bunche This column shares with many
at 8:30: p.m. when the MTA Park Lanes and be a spectator. Red Pin. Red Pin. At the shock and sorrow of the
League rolls again. Bunche Lanes when the RED tragic news of the passing of
Pin is the head pin and you Elliot J. Pieze. lie was a fine
of,our Community, are The Junior League, which is make a strike, boy oh. -oy your and brilliant man and he will
Again this week Penny Night we providing for the welfare of sponsored by Frank Mlrandl, a have a FREE game coming.. not soon be forgotten by the .r,:: ,
nt Pin-Land was a huge success. our girls? Our girls want to be Morse Holland Ford Co. and Hardy Rogers with his own many who admired and respected
By 8.15: In the evening, the desk "Scouts"! Will you give them meets every Saturday at 10 a.m. bowling ball and bag: and dressed him.
had to apologize to those waiting the chance? Is showing an improvement in In his smart sport clothes,
for lanes due to the over continues to be of
Last one our most
How can I? By offering to be averages DR. M. RADIN
whelming turnout. It Is recommended consistent bowlers. He can be
adult were: Clarence Smith 124; Ste.
an volunteer
that you come In early with phen Duncan 120; Ricardo Blue seen every Sunday whereeverthe General Practice
girls as a troop leader: assistant
to take advantage of Penny leader of commItteemember. 118 and Rose Mary Dorsett 103. Fallstaff Traveling Leagueis Obstetrics
Night works this way You bowl troop playing, giving his moral support
one game at full price and tha hood chairman, or adults as a neighbor to Bunche Lanes team. 1159 NW 3rd Ave.
troop organizer,
second; game for a penny. consultant Theresa Barton Pone 374-1419
troop program con. an 8-year-old I
sultant, board committee memo Junior Bowler throws a perfect Moon Over Miami. That's what Open dally 0 n.m. 8 p.m.
ber ,jjp I straight ball. She has certainly, happens on Thursday nights, at Sunday 10 a.m. 12 noon
This! week saw the first In. improved her game since Join.
structional period for blind bow. Why should I and not someone << ing the league. Has a consistent
)Ion at Pin-Land. The Miami else? Because, as a womanof average of 100. Keep the good
Lighthouse for the Blind Bowl. this community, you can work up, Theresa, Lincoln Fields Apartments
Ins Club, together with Pin. make it ossibl our girls ? I
Land's staff of Instructors, be* through 17 to sure In the Girl
pan this week to teach eight Scout Program Freeway Handicap League 2045 N.W. 62nd Street
1 blind) people to bowl, thus Increasing In Dade County there are 10.* News A three-way tie for I
the number of blind 000 Girl Scouts ahd 3,000 adult first place to date is held by .
bowlers :at Pin-Lahd to seven volunteers who are sisters In Blanford Cleaners Bunche
teen. This again proves that this World Movement, thus, you I Enjoy Living in Our Cool, Clean Apartments
anyone can learn to bowl! are not alone
The Girl ScoUt heeds you. SEE THE WORLD'S Offering Many Features
Contact Girl Scout Office FIt GREAT SPIRITUALAND
(FOE GIRLS ONLY). {9-2801 Monday through Friday
not PSYCHIC READER Tile Bathroom Refrigerator Gas Stove
vou, heard that bowling is, 0 to 5 p.m.
only) good elcerc relaxation, but excellent than BISHOP HUNTER Newly painted Venetian Blinds

Mctrecal tor weight reduction? K you are tick or worried, don't Washing Machines Laundry Rooms
tall to see me toela,. Office boon
Why not get a group together
come down and learn to bowl! iliUlj 1 p.m. to 0 p.m. Tharadu Free Parking Auto hot water heater

,Ifou don't know how and I p.m. to 0 |..nl. Sunday 11 a.m. Free Garbage Disposal Filtered water
howl if ,you do? Pin-Land H Interested u H p.m.
In helping you keep CARETAKERS ON PREMISES
your weight line trim. KKADINUH

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Pin-Land's in-school bowling
program went Into Its second .p Weekly Rates
week with six full classes. With 1417 HW IT HI
the cooperation of the Northwestern WESTtIOLLYWOUD $14 1 bedroom $18 2 bedroom apt.
!; High School Physical

Education Department, well Renting Office open every day' Phone OX 1-8862
over 300 boys and girls in their
junior and senior years, are tak WLLno liUKTKIl/
ing up Wowling.

Word has it from John White, '

Willie, Brown instructors and in"Geno"charge Robinson of, I For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call

the high school program that
within three weeks all of the
classes will be ready for com1pctlUve ..r w
bowling.And .

speaking of cooperation _
l It seem that Pin-Land's John W47I7j' .r .
Sinner and Bunche Lanes' Cyril RENTALAGENCY
Miller are doing some mean U
doubles howling. It wont be esriOsn9i r. '
long before this pin-splitting
twosome will be ready to taken

all challengers. T N INC.

Pin-Land's staff will be well # ,
represented In the Men's Bol
Slax Classic at the FontalnbleauHotel
In November. John Stoner "'
and Willie Robinson, both The largest collection and rental

staff instructors have entered
this tournament. In the scratch I agency in the South; operating in

Dade and Broward Counties'
Beautiful Home on

Your lot
Negro Housing areas.MANAGING .

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I..!, I J' PAGE 16 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1962 GRAND OPENING Johnny Lomelo's
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,; Received a card from Moses I, I was really shaken Sunda; Consisting of 9>> rooms plus frame
\ Perry this week 'who Is now a1' when news reached me in Ch' cottage !in rear.
his new post with the YMCAIn 1 cago about the death of my co On downtown thoroughfare.Ideal .
visited Uganda Dakar East, Senegal Africa., Monro Perry I worker, Elliott Pleze. Pieze wa- location for medical or
M via, Liberia, Accra Ghana, Lagos quite a guy and everybody likes professional home and office. t,,
Nigeria, Sudan, Ethiopia him. Miamians will see the blp Commerical zoned
and Kenya. Perry sends a hellc gest funeral in the city Saturday $20,000 Terms to suit ,
when his friends come ou' *
to all his many friends here. to pay their last respectr BEN FINKEL, BROKERFR hL 11r
Pieze liked to use the expression 7-4938
The Wall Street Journal had "the one and only." Truly
this to say about the $20-bilHon he was.
Negro market."U. I, --
S. business firms 'are
finding it a market that has Itr BARON'S NEW 'DELUXE HOMES r' ,
own set of ground rules and om
that requires more than the
usual amount of advertising '3 BEDROOM 2 BATH GARAGE
delicacy and marketing know 1440 NW 59th St. Open 3.5 p.m. Sunday

,how. 813 NW 57th St. Duplex. Good income
,"Never before have they ((19
million Negroes) been courtedso SMALL DOWN PAYMENTBuild ; -
assiduously' by people with on your lot. Home improvements. No money down :
something to sell;
lead Cash paid for homes or lots
"The reaction of Negro
ers at least in some cities, has; Lots For Sale $30 down,'$30 month -
been to try and set up fairly,, NEED CASH? CALL JE 8-1340 JE '2-4343'
rigid standards of corporate -
conduct for firms that wish to -
do business with-Negroes." I Y ARETHA FRANKLIN

r ' executive WE THANK YOU! !
t.' Dill Williams, former
I: director of the Florida Counci.on .
Human Relations is no\\ and Sam Early on OrganSPECIAL
,;'1 Consultant to the Illinois Commission I Also This Newspaper! ,.
on Human Relations.!
Bill Is a quiet but effective II Boy! Business is Good! BIG SHOW
worker. He was a JESCA boari
member for many years. I WE ,HAVESHARP. FEATURING .

The. F. Yorklte Aldrich arc Masons netoUatingl, underE. Chi I kie i Home Madam Effie
to buy that lodge hall building, CARS !
on the corner of 7th.Ave. and .
57th St. Juanita'Uall"wholI
I a.;,, cific's hit 'the"Bloody bigtlme Mary iw ,""South flew into Pa | Low Low Payments Phil Harris The Untouchable ,

\ :" Miami, Tuesday for the big M_
t I United Fund Show Saturday EVERYBODY RIDES! !
I :' night. Ed Bogie Is hack from Admission ,Adv. $1.50 Door $1.75
f his summer trek to California ---0- .
,1 j end that means the Square Special Teenage Matinee Sunday

open Circle their Sportsmen season meetings Club will a I 59 Dodge H. T., Radio/Power '3 to 8 p.m. Admission SOc

i his Liberty City home on Thurs
day night. 58 Dodge H. T., Power, Radio COMING! NOVEMBER 9. 10. II

J Charles North and 1 will tak 58 Pontiac H.,T., A. T. Lloyd Price and his 15-piece band
,: a trip down South Americr I .......
way 58 Mercury H. T. All Power
wanted to get into that part or ,
the We our firs'' **
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stop at Quito.. Kquador, then | 58 Buick H. T., Power ,
,, down to Limn. Peru. On our' rt NEW GLORY
,way back wo will stop in Brit 58 Buick, Cyl. Stick, Radio, Power
ish Honduras and maybe Pana
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I ORANGE BLOSSOM 59 German Compact, 35 m. p. Gallon
!\ A ON SALE 57 Buick H. T., All Power, Air *\ ;*.,T: I .

I ,North's Travel Bureau 5 Cadillacs, All Power %J fti 1 M }JL'
1104 NW 3rd Ave. '
Ph. FR 98451Get | 56 (2) Olds H. T., Power" r
the best seats NOW! I

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56 Mercury Wagon 9 Pass. Power Air
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need, we have it PHONE 634-1137 Jet Drug l 2699 N.W. 54th St.

ALLIED FURNITURE Carmen Morales Religious Store

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