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 10, 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: UF00028321:00342

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40TH, YEAR, No. ,11 ,
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Citizens Want Electric Georgia Sends Negro'

Chair For Police MurderersEnraged' To State Senate ::,

f' 1n Atlanta Ross Barnett of Mississippi! and
made ,
Enroute' to another call Ferguson History was
Miami citizens ara M1 y4Er Ga., Tuesday, when the first Cor. Marvin Grlffln'of, Georgia
asking the electric chair for the saw the holdup car traveling Negro legislator in more than Johnson said he wad! < 'proud to
killers of a Miami policeman without lights In the 1300 50 years was elected to the be a Democrat along with At.
who shot and killed with lanta's Mayor' Ivan ,Allen Jr.,
was block::on NW 67th St. Georgia Senate. He\VIlN.ake-hts: .
his own gun Wednesday night seat In January, determined tc former Mayor' William D. Harts-
when he stopped two suspects A driver's license and the Social work with his segregationists field and newspaper publisher
They were captured later in.. Security cards of Lawrenceand colleagues, and to extend Negn and columnist Ralph McGill, all
Miami Shores. Fisheman were found tuck political participation. moderates.
: Johnson expects "no real dlf.flculty" -
In the visor of Fergu.son's
ed sun 38yeavoldDemocrat
Leroy R. Johnson,
Patrolman Jerrel Ferguson, In his reception in the
squad car where he had defeated T M Alex
33 who sent the two men ,
once them while Georgia Senate.
to Jail for a post-office robher, aYd apparently placed ander, 53, a Negro Republicanand
talking to the men. The microphone insurance executive
apparently was found hanging outside
then he stopped them for drlv from the He received 7312votes to hisopponent's
the ripped
ing without lights. 3,211 inAtlanta's
transmitter 38th senatorial district
,'While Ferguson was mail.; Negro.
found dead 30 which' is predominantly
Ferguson was
a, radio check from his car for feet from, his squad car. Police While most of the vote .in f ,
positive identification, ofte of put all available units Into the his district are Negroes, Johnson *

the robbers grabbed the officers area, and soon after 11 p.m.. two had wide support from I't '
pistol from its, holster and ___
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Miami Shores officers, R. white voters
shot him five times, Ferguson; school teacher and
Dean and Sgt. Ralph Oliver, A former
died instantly. ; stopped the 1954 car carrying prosecutor's assistant ,who prac- ,

The bandits admitted the Fisherman and Lawrence at ices law, Johnson emphasized
slaying, and the robbery of e : R Biscayne Blvd. and 110th St. efforts of the national Demo _
of the
1 three insurance collectors in ---- :ratic Party in behalf
arrested'the robbershad
When and pledged to work
the Liberty Square Project ear JERREL FERGU8QNTwo the
u two loaded guns on with Governor-elect Carl Sanders -
lier. After the shooting they
front seat In the car; ttut offer- who defeated
sped north In their own 'car robbers held 'up Insurance a
but were captured by MiamiShores collector Harry McClury; ed no resistance. former Gov, Griffin
who had been St whenhe of I' reply to an assertion ,
police 32, of 5435 NW 182nd to Funeral service In charge that Atlanta Ne,
alerted. stopped at 1045 NW ,1st Ct. Bain Funeral Home, will beheld Alexander for the
Arrested and charged with to make a collection. He had no Tuesday morning 11 I ro1n should had not produced vote such!
murder Gerald money so one of the gunmen o'clock at St. John Baptist I Gov.
first degree are as
shot.him in both legs. 'He Is reported Church
r ,both 'and 30. and Willie both Lawrence recently -, in fair condition In Jackson I 1. ) I I Postal Sub Clerk _

released from prison sen Hospital Mrs. Mamie Esslx: Pollock
tences for the 1058 postal rob- The ,highway men robbcc Successful :: last week became the first Negro
j Close
I, '" berYl Lawrence told the police two other insurance men, laterIn Beauticians \ woman to be hired in the Miami
that Fisherman shot Ferguson. 'the 1300 block'of $100., '"' "' Post Office Department asa

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I I- The 10th annual-meetingthe ;.corned the delegation to the 'cltj lives Northwestern at 705 NW High,6fst St.School with and her

:Southern Atlantic Region
i : ; I the National Beauty Culturl ;;Blessed is the beautician wh Pollock'very good* score,was 00.8 which h

League, Inc closed with wordli' !has not sought the high places, The Miami 'Times and members
of praise for the hospitality (" but who ha been drafted into of the National Alliance of
the Miami beauticians and the service because of their abllltle, Postal Employees began a cam.
h,. Hampton House. :and willingness to serve. palgn this year to get Negro women
in the local postal system. ,

Despite the Cuban blocad I The lecture by the national

} every state was represented. Thcj president, Dr. Katie E., Wlcham'
members turned out In thel ,was the southern woman anc i .4
fall ensembles complete with'; her Imago in the community; ,
1 hats and gloves to the offlcla

welcome breakfast at the Hamf State and national level Thc
ton House, the dynamic Blanch Tropical Beautyrama hair style:
Calloway was M. C Mrs. Alice .' show was narrated by charming
Wainwright, Commissioner, we Lucille West.Winners .

were In group o n c
for craftsmenship and practicability .

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Traffic Schools Emmanuel Thompson
two, craftsmanship a n <<<
II Expressway high group fashion; Mrs. Ann Smiley
5 Die As Car Plunges'Off CriticizedEarl Birmingham. Ellen Days,.Miami'

and Anna Holmes,' 'Atlanta, na
Five persons including twnh water hos w
M the
Saturday Fouriof the'victims were pan the Florid: tional pins were given
children, drowned W Rlfas of
all awards were
S committee,
( household of tess
the of \10-famlly Legal Panel
their car shot off Civil Liberties Union
U when national presl
Richard ,Wlms. '62, and Marj warned Tuesday presented by
North-South Expressway Committee dent. An award of merit to thr Heavy Negro Vote!
54. Tuckei
Wlms With; trend
? plunged down a 64-foot.embank Ruth from tak.fngJ.'C.'wtbs,18 that he intends to go to court supervisor and trophy to South
t. returning tiaffl
they were in
the Little River ca'r segregation:
into attending-th
ment, to work at an classes conducted for Carolina for most
4 1131. at NW 124th St meeting. lends, Pepper
Dead are the driver. Leroy air filter plant, Metro Court.
J 2922 NW 4flth SU and 13th Ave.The donated or
19 of .
TUcker, ,
Com Hampton
; i and the passengers, Bessie Mae family' has beers having He complained automatically to Metro sent tc of the lovely trophies Back To SenateA
jants are
Scott, 16, Early Mae Wlms, 17 hard times ujven before the "colored defers.
Wlms, three and There were time missioners that Highlights of the social acti
Cassandra E. tragedy. M-
white de heavy Negro vote Inmi's
v' school and '
Wlmi all have enoughto me traffic the get-together reception
flve-week-old Frank when we didn't vities was northwest section The
St. Mrs. Wlms aldf : 'endants to another at the King of HeartsJlub '
of 2610 NW 46th eat, day gave Sen. Claude Pepper a
I' Highway Patrol Trooper "Up until a few weeks ago we "The only Justification for this where "This Is your life"Marlon l 5,732 advantage over his Republican '-
r Charles Foreman arrived onl had insurance. But we had. to icgregatlon he said, "Is that J Muldrow, president of opponent, Robert Pet-
the scene minutes after i the accident let It lapse"she said. certain: percentage of the colord Unit 7 and chairman of the ho* rson. The final count was
1 and made futile tttempU The family had also been contributing violators are believed to lack .ess commitee by Mrs. Louise B (59,514 to 43,782. I
to dive into the 2Ofnotdeapwater to the support of another he basic reading and writing I IIkUf. Riley narrated her many charltible The Republicans dumped a,
to rescue the victim daughter Eddie Lee,Scott .. qualities and Interest In the bundle Into this section in thelast
from the car. who is 111 In New York,and has beauty profession. week of the campaign, and
l The officer said Tucker was eight children. "Consequently all coloredpeople I many'eak'' Democrats cro*f
70 miles and neighbor have both literate and othervise
driving more than per Friends busliess. the line
of ted party
when the car left the Exoressway been collecting fund this week are sent to the same traffic Tuesday completion I The ,
campaign naltty
The regional supervisor
struck funeral Mrs. "
St.. the
85th for expenses chool.
at the presented awards of merit to the as it got down to the wire and
owner of
the entrance. Athalle Range: '
l 1 a guard rail at across the 80V Range Funeral Home, said she The commissioners threw the local committee. Halpert's of Mi Pepper publicly denounced his, !
E wide canal feet then plunged was contributing the, profes blame In the lap of the school iml and Bronner Bros, donated opponent for the ,smear tactic;
foot water sional services of her staff, the ward pointing out that while prizes that were given at the employed
into the muddy Edwin Zehner use of two hearses, and borrowing he motorists are Kent to the Tuesday session. At the victory celebration n<
I Metro Diver oodles from an additional hearses 'for the lasses by Metro Court, the program Miami, Spring's Villas Tuesday
pulled three of the Is conducted by the Dade light, Pepper praised Charle.Talky .
funeral. A casket manufacturerhas
? and ,the others were closed by formIng !
the car to donate the casket County School Board as part of The meeting as his outstanding worker
finally promised
.removed lifted when the a car wrecker out of the for the victims. Its adult education program. the link until 1963.'.r' in his entire campaign.


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_I 40TH.... .. YEAR No. ,11 MIAMI, .
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I Enraged Citizens Want. Electric (Georgia Sends Negro"::, '

Chair For Police Murderers 'To State Senate ,j' ,. .": :' >'

I .I.i. Enroute, to another call Fer History was made In Atlanta, Ross Barnett of Mississippi! and
Enraged Miami citizens are when the first Gov. Marvin Griffin',Of Georgia,
Ga., Tuesday,
asking the electric chair for the guson saw the holdup car traveling Negro legislator in more than Johnson said he was'proud, to
killers of a Miami policeman without lights in the 1300 50 years was elected to t h e be, a Democrat along"'with At.. I
who was shot and killed with '. lama's' Ivan Jr.,
block.on NW 67th St. Georgia Senate. ;;will take hts Mayor' Allen
his own gun Wednesday night seat In January, determined tc former Mayor;William 13. Hartc-
when he stopped two suspects A driver's license and the Social work with his segregationists field and newspaper' publisher
They were captured later In Security cards of Lawrenceand colleagues, and to extend Negri and columnist Ralph McGill, all
Miami Shores. Fisheman were found tuck political participation. moderates..
Patrolman Jerrel Ferguson, ed In the sun visor of Fergu Leroy R. Johnson, 38.yea:'-old Johnson expects "no real dif-
33, who once sent the two men son's squad car where he had Democrat, defeated T M Alex ficulty" In his reception in the
to jail for a post-office robbery, apparently placed them while ander, 53, a Negro Republicanand Qeorgla Senate
apparently recognized them talking to the men. The micro- insurance executive
,then he stopped them for drlv phone was found hanging out. his a, ,
He received 7,312 votes -
.' Ing without lights. side the car ripped from the opponent's 3,211 ,in Atlanta'snew [ :
transmitterFergusqfl :
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senatorial district
;'While Ferguson was maklm; 38th
:a, radio check from his car for } was found dead 30 which'' is predominantly Negro.
'''positive identification, one of 4 y feet from his squad car. Police While most of the vote ,in
the robbers grabbed the offi put all available units into the his district are Negroes, John
cers pistol from Its, holster and fi s area,'and soon after' 11 p.m. two son had wide support from
shot him five times. Ferguson; *M Miami Shores officers, R. E. white voters
died instantly.The s.q Dean and 'Sgt. Ralph Oliver, A former school teacher and
stopped the 1954 car carrying prosecutor's assistant who prac- i ic
bandits admitted the Fisherman and Lawrence at flees law, Johnson emphasized
.slaying, and the robbery of r/ x.A 5 Blscayne Blvd. and 110th St. efforts of the national Demo-
three Insurance collectors in ratic Party In behalf of the _
the Liberty Square Project ear. JERREL FERGUSON" When arrested the robber Negroes and pledged to work
.."Her After the shooting they had two loaded guns on the jivlth Governor-elect Carl Sanders -
sped north in their own 'car. Two robbers, held 'up Insurance front seat In the car lint offered a moderate who defeated ,
but were captured by Miami collector Harry, McClury; no resistance. former Gov. Griffin.
Shores police who had been 32, of 5435 NW 182nd: ,St, when Funeral service in. charge of to an assertion made
alerted. he stopped at 1045: NW ,1st Ct, Bain Funeral Home, will beheld by Alexander that Atlanta Ne .'
Arrested and charged with to make a collection. He had'no Tuesday morning, 11] roes' should not vote for the .
first degree murder are Gerald money so one of the gunmen o'clock at St. John Baptist 1 >arty that had produced such A.
Fisherman and Willie Lawrence shot ium in both legs 'He is reported Church vl kite supremacists as Gov. ... --
both 30, and ,both reo,. in fair condition in Jackson ., k.. 1 IBeauticians Postal Sub ClerkMrs.
cently released from prison sen Hospital '
Mamie Esslx Pollock
tences for the 1958 postal rob- The hignway men ,robbed I
.J week became the first
Successful last Negro
berYl Lawrence told the police two other insurance men later i Close
2. to be hired in the Miami
that Fisherman shot Ferguson. In'the 1300,block:of',$100., woman
., .. Post Office Department asa
I SUM. clerk,,
I Regional! conventionThe I She Is a I960 graduate of

the delegation to the 'cty Northwestern High School and
10th annual meeting ;corned )
a live at 705 NW 61st St. with her
4 the Southern Atlantic Region of Beauticians of the Beauticians urband'and' two children. Mrs.

the National Beauty Culturls :Blessed is the beautician wh Pollock'f score,was 90.8 which' H

Hi'r ; League, Inc. closed with word has not sought the high places very The good Miami. Times' and'mejn\
of praise for the hospitality r but who has been drafted Into bers of the National Alliance
I the Miami beauticians and the service because of their abilities Postal Employees began a campaign
Hampton House. :and willingness to serve. this year to get Negro women
In the local postal system.
Despite the Cuban blocad< The lecture by the national '\' ,
I ,,
represented. Th Katie E. Wichamwas
every state was president, Dr.
members turned out In their' the southern woman 'and
fall ensembles complete with' her image in the community.State N.! i
d hats and gloves to the official Mi
welcome breakfast at the Hampton -, Nii
Blanche and national level: ,The h
House, the dynamic C Mrs. Alice Tropical Beautyrama hair ...style *1iL1
Galloway was '
Walnwffght, Commissioner, wel, Lucille show was West.narrated by charming

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r Winners were In group o n'I
for craftsmenshlp and practlcabillty :

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I I : Traffic Schools Emmanuel Mrs. Maggie Thompson! Henderson, Miami and,

group two, craftsmanship a n c "

5 Die As Car Plunges'Off ExpresswayFive I II CriticizedEarl high Birmingham.fashion;Ellen Mrs. Ann Days,Smiley Mlamand m

t ; persons, including two water Anna Holmes,. 'Atlanta, national .'
children, drowned Saturday Four\.ot th;victims were partof W Rlfas of the Florida pins were given\ the hos
"I when their car shot off the the '\JO-famlly household of Civil Liberties Union Legal Pan less committee, all awards were
North-South Expressway and Richard Wlms; 02, and Mary Committee warned Tuesdaythat presented by the national press
1 '"; plunged down a 64-foot,embank Ruth, Wlms. 54. With. Tucker el he Intends to $go: to court to dent. An award of, merit to the Heavy Negro Vote
ment into the Little River ca-, they were returning$: from tak end segregation in the aWe supervisor and trophy to South\
t paL ing"J-'C.! /Wlbs?19 to work at an school classes conducted for Carolina for most attending-th '
J :6 Dead are the driver. Leroy air filter plant., at NW 124th Stand Metro Court. meeting, Sends. Pepper j-
NW 46th Stand 13th Ave.
of 2922
.. Tucker 19,
'! the passengers, Bessie! Mae The family has beert having lIe complained to Metro Com Hampton House': donated or C '
Scott, 18, Early Mae Wlms, 17, hard times +even bcrore the cants are automatically sent to of the lovely trophies. Back To Senate;, _
J Cassandra E. Wlms. tbree. and tragedy. "There were time missioners that "colored defen- Highlights of the social activities -:
flve-week-old Frank' Wlnn., all when we didn't have enoughto one traffic school and white de. was the get-together re A heavy Negro vote in Mi-
of 2610 NW 46th St. eat," Mrs. Wims'said : endants to another. ception at the King of Hearts mi's northwest section on Tues-
Highway Patrol Trooper "Up until a few weeks ago we "The only Justification for this Club where "This Is your' life" day cave Sen.Claude Pepper a
Charles Foreman arrived on had Insurance. But we hid. to segregation, he said, "Is that J Marlon Muldrow, president of 16,732 advantage over his Re-
If the scene minutes after and made futile attempt The family had also been contributing ed violators are believed to lack commltee by Mri. Louise B. The final count was
: to dive into the 20footdeepwater '' to the support of another he basic reading and writing RIley narrated her many charitable 9,514 to, 43,782.
\ to rescue the victim daughter Eddie Lee,Scott .kills. qualities and Interest In the The Republicans dumped abundle
from the car. who is ill in N"ew York. ,,and has beauty profession. into this section In the
The officer said Tucker was eight' children. "Consequently all colored I I last week of the campaign and
driving more than 70 miles per Friends and neighbors have people, both literate and otherwise many "weak" Democrats crowed
hour when the car left the Expressway been collecting funds this week are sent to the same traffic Tuesday completion of bust- I the party line
t' at NW 86th St.. struck for the funeral expenses Mrs. ." 11 11school. II ness. The regional supervisor The campaign got pretty nasI -
a guard rail at the entrance Athalie Range, owner of the presented awards of merithe I got down to the wire and
buried 64 feet across the soj' Range Funeral Home, laid she The commissioners threw the local committee. Halpert't of Miami Pepper publicly denounced' his
f. 'foot wide canal then plunged was contributing tha. professional lame in the lap of the school and Bronner Bros donated opponent for the smear tactic' I
into the muddy water services of her staff, the ward, pointing out that while prizes that were given' at the tmployed.
It Metro Diver Edwin Zehner use of two hearses, and borrowing the motorists are Kent to the Tuesday session. At the victory celebration n; I
pulled three of the bodies from an additional hearse,for the lasses by Metro Court tt" program :Miami, Spring's Villas Tuesday
. the car and the others were funeral. A casket manufacturerhas Is conducted by the Dade night, Pepper praised Charley
removed when a' wrecker the promised to donate the cas County' School Board an part of The meeting closed by formIng Hadley as his
ly lifted the car out of ket for the victims. Its adult education program. the link until 1063.w er in his entire campaign.


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Tuition $3.5 Mi I Bill Stirrup Succeeds THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.

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WASHINGTON The De lar Army personnel $240,000 for
, fense Department's share of the federalized Mississippi Air Parade Marshal
H. Meredith safe. National Guard' for William J. Stirrup has been
keeping airlift men an.d. 'supplies to Ox appointed parade marshal f o
ly at the University of Mississippi ford, Miss.. the forthcoming Orange Bios
totals about 3% million dollars som Classic and Festival scheduled
so far This does not include costs to for December 7-8 The appointment
the Justice Department, such as was announced by
This Includes $1,084,408 for for, maintaining about 700 marshals
the federalized Mississippi National detailed to the area for n Dr. George W. Gore Jr. president
for time. of Florida A&M University
Guard, $247,980 Regu-
which is the sponsor of the
colorful event.btirrup .
Meredith Tells His Thugs Rob Hampton 2k'a

Story in Post"If
House 1 CaughtTwo
I can't live In Mississippi," ; J xf
avs: James Meredith, "I will
men mugged the accountant -
]lenvp the country.
This week In the Saturdav of the Hampton House Hotel : .
4200 NW 27th Ave. last Fri
Evening Post; Meredith tells ,
day and escaped with $t50 but T
the story:; behind the bloodshed]
one of the bandits was caught
You'll learn how
fn Mississippi:;:;
500 feet away. All but 50 cents
he became "strong on the race
recovered. Metro
icc te" when he still was
: : was avounllster.
said Albert Steer, 66, was near::
: What part the hotel's door when he was
NAACP played In the proceedIngs attacked.One I Hagans Re-elected torney, Mr and Mrs. Harry
:;. Why he doesn't take I't
personally when the mobs yell of the thugs, Harry I Markowitz, owners of the beau
"On home n\lz\ er." How his wife Wright, 36, of 1324 NW 1st Ave., Hotel Ass'n Head tiful Hampton House Motel and
Is holding] up unler the straIn. ran into an apartment building Villas, location of the convention
And why Meredith believes "Itwouldn't nearby and hid in a closet where Theodore R. Hagans, left, vice and Moss H. Kendrix,
) matter If I were shot Officer Robert Walker captured Washington, D.C., whose PRfirm
president general
and killed somebody else I managerof
would take my place." him.The ti the New Dunbar Hotel, Wash represents the Coca-Cola Co.,
which is long time
Read James Meredith's own other bandit escaped.ALHPAS ington, D.C was re-elected head NHA. supporterof
story In this week's Saturday I of the Nationwide Hotel Association
Evening Post. succeeds E it"'i Mr.
the Markowitz, NHA's con
'Pieze. longtime classic parademarshal : during organization's9th vention chairman, proudly holds
Elegy to* Elliot Pieze who died last Saturday anniversary convention in trophy awarded him as "Hotel
MRS. CLARA H. BEST election meet Oct. 27 enroute to broadcastthe Miami. The congenial hotelman Man of the Year." Mr. Lawson
When tty stood him to test, What: Annual A&M-Tennessee State foot poses with, from left, Belford V. and Mr. Kendrix were speakersfor
They they deplored him.up ing. ball game. The well known Lawson, Washington, D.C., at the convention.
Where: Jet Room Airport Ho Pieze suffered a heart attack
When he tried to do his best
tel. aboard an airliner shortly after
booed him.
off from the Miami Inter.
When laid him down to
rest they When: Saturday, Nov. 10. national Airport.
Time: 0 The new parade marshal has
They adored him. erved as an assistant maisnal .>D ...cZ fi
for a number of years. School
businesses and 1 ;.
organizationsthat w
desire to participate in this ax b
l year's parade should contact
Mr. Stirrup immediately.] His
address is 3301 Charles Ave,
Miami, Fla.ORANGE.



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that the walls of the earth and effortsf
Washington Park Civic Club a lovely repast by Mrs. E. Mc its inhabitants crumble into and time we 'e to f
can He Invited
was by the ,
held Its Elmurray. The next meeting president bring to our boys and girls a ':
monthly meeting at the "
ruin, It is still difficult for u of the
of the Nation.
home of Mr. and, Mrs. will We at the home of Rev. anyMrs greater feeling of security, un I ;'
Henry to conceive and the ,
accept passing al Federation of Settlements I,
Hector and
Crawford Business of Smith, NET 153rd derstanding and love, so vitally
Impor of friend.
tance was carried out. Members Terr... Neighborhood Centers to serveas needed to every person's well
attfleded last council meeting Mrs. Iola Crawford, president; For many years I've workrr' chairman of the Southeastern being and to help them realize
cleanup Mrs. Cora Lee Ross, reporter. laughed, played and traveled Regional Conference to b* held the importance of good cItizenshIp
drive lbhflefghbdrhood! with our friend Elliot J. Piers some time In the fall of 1903.( and community relations.

MRS Entertain who on Saturday morning (Oct The Southeastern Region Many thanks for a Volunteer
forget the arty at the 27)) gave the last measure of h'r' of Kentucky consists program which is fulfilling u
hOmg of :Mr., attd Mrs. Wellington Senior CitizensThe devotion. He was enroute to Tal- Virginia, North Carolina. South, much needed service in o u r

Crawfbrd. YoU may win. MRS. Club lahasse on assignment from his Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama community. From time to time
Other projects were discussedand entertainedthe radio station to give the color and Mississippi.The reports of the activities of the
senior citizens
considered of Jolllvette and the highlights of a football various committees will. be
for action
later date.Deepest. a Plaza with a Hallowe'en. partyon game. It is ironic that the "col. Board of Directors of the made by Miss Calloway.
Saturday, Oct. 27. Approximately ,
or" and the "highlights" turned National Federation has express
sympathy goes out to 35 senior citizens attended out to be of his own sudden ed the belief that regional conferences
Mr. and Mrs. W. Crawford for this gala,: affair and expressed death. are valuable In strengthening :-I BISHOP BALL
the loss of their delight and appreciationfor the settlement ,
mother, Mrs. move
hundreds that trib
The paid
Irene the evening of entertain ment In the United I
Massey. Also to Mrs. Bertha States by of. HOLDS FIRST
ment. Mrs. Arthuryne Strapp, ute to his, mortal remains were
Sharpe whose ferlnsr an for
Horace opportunity the

chairman and members of her eloquent testimony, not only to
development of
passed This old pioneer of his but his contributions leadership, for FLORIDACONFERENCE
committee were commended for popularity
the neighborhood will be creating an Increasing enthusiasm
In whichhe
planning and selecting activities to a community
missed. for the role of the settle-
which were suitable and Interesting attended school and then
The ment In
hostess thanked society, and for
was for
to these senior citizens. weaved a place Into the civic
This affair is one of the four and social fabric of that com strengthening the relationship of Bishop William F. Ball recent
entertainments which the club munity. local agencies with the National Iv appointed Bishop of the llth
To Celebrate under the able leadership ole Federation. ,Episcopal District is presidingover
President Gwendolyn Welters, These paragraphs are not Intended his first conference In the
BirthdayCharles plans for the residents of the to extol Elliott as a pur district at Sanford, Wednesday
Plaza during the 1062-63 club poseful citizen or to make more. and the Miami citizens, them through Sunday, Nov. 711.
of his contributions
J. Fortson, son of Mr. year. Others will include partiesat than passing note selves have
done this,well. The Orlando Florida
the Conference
to life in community
and Mrs. Junlous Fortson, is St. Patrick's Day, Easter and I
celebrating his 10th birthday Mothers' Day. We think ''the press, the pulpit As the darkening shadows o' is Conferences one of the In most prominent
Nfiv .1O frnm 5 in R n m at Via life gather: about us with the the state
home of his In; Browns passing of time and because of its central location
parents one by or and
a. top leadership mlnlstei'alrnd !
ville, our close friends depart, we remind laity. It Is called the hubCont'f't'ence
Many of his little friends will ourselves that the stay or of the llth Episcopal I
Join him and assist in the cele these mundane shores are'limit District. Mrs. Agnes Hall will
bration. ed and uncertain, for it is writ serve as Episcopal Supervisor
Charles Is a 5th grader at the ten "in the midst of life we arc
RainUow Park Elementary in death." Bishop Ball Is a son of the
School. He also is making quite soil. Florida is elated to have
a record for himself as a vocalist Thus we lament the passinv him and his family In this great
of a friend with whom we exchanged : state. ,
views, bits of wisdom
and anecdotes for many years.
We shall greatly miss his pointof
view, whether it was In agreement Beautiful Home on
or, as often, in sharp dls Your lot
agreement. We extend our condolences ,
to the' relatives w h "I' ,
uourn his 1osI. .7k axdi'2ae&m1:

-ii We close with the words o
; the soldier poet:

1 fA "His tones are dust
His good sword rust
His soul Is with the saints
We trust."
_ Complete HiilMliig' Hcrflie

Medicines dispensed at low t FINANCING

Beer Pioneer ed him with a gift of luggage.Mr. cost: four New Homo
Blood, urine tests for health
Taylor recalled that he and marriageDR. NO DOWN
RetiresJames had unloaded tho first carloadof

R. Taylor, 5520 NW Schlitz Into South Florida LONGS CLINICA PAYMENT
10th Ave., Miami, retired this when beer was relegallzed In Over Twenty Year of
April, 1933' following the repealof
after General' Health Service
week on pension
the infamous Volstead Act. Oonetruction
Kxi erU' >iir
Non eurgical treatment of '
29 years of service with the He also assisted In the setting Rupture
Henry E. Mangels Co., dlstrlHut- of the local bottling plant Rectal Dl'eaeee, Varicose Guaranteed SaUsfnctlon
tors of Schlitz wd Old Mllwau. when Old Milwaukee was Veins, Prostate, Arthritis, Reducing. r'
kee Beers. bottled here In 1930. [QaLba7
At a special meeting of the Parking In rear .
employees and the top manage- Born In Nassau In 1897, Tay PR 3.2748 H a. HI 8-0194 mmv @
ment of the company Mr. Taylor lor served In the British ArmyIn 1545 S.W. 1st Street
was presented with a gold Turkey and the Far East before PL 1.3604

watch engraved In commemoration claiming American citizenship ., '" i. -L"--i-- .--g ,
of the occasion by George In 1920. Asked about his 888 N.E. 79th St.
B Romfh Jr., Mrs. Henry E. plans for the future, Mr. Taylor Miami Times Ads
Mangels Sr., and Henry E. Man. said he will travel visit his Miami, Florida
gels Jr. In addition, Mr. Tay. children and grandchildren, and Get Fast Results
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Meredith Tuition $3.5 Million Bill Stirrup Succeeds THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.

Pieze as Classic I PACE 2 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 196\
WASHINGTON The Defense -'Jar Army personnel $$240,000 for -
" Department's share of the >federalized? : Mfcasslppl Air Parade Marshal
keeping James H. Meredith safe- National Guard'and$1/700,000 for William J. Stirrup has been
airlift: men findsupplies' to Ox. appointed parade marshal f o
ly at the University of Mississippi ford, 'MlsThis'dbes." the forthcoming Orange Blos-
totals about 3tt million dollars som Classic and Festival ached
so far not Include costs to uled for December 7-8 The appointment
the 'Justice Department, such as was announced by
This Includes $1,084,408 'or'for: maintaining.+,about 700 marshals .
the federalized Mississippi National ,detailed to the area for a' Dr. George W. Gore Jr. pres-
Guard, $247,980 for Regu time. ident of Florida A&M Univer
sity which is the sponsor of the f z }
1M1yx tLI
colorful event.btirrup ry

P........,...""!.'.,,' """"""" ..""' .. -;,..,. ., .......,.,. ..
Meredith Tells His Thugs Rob Hampton ;!!" :':'!-f"I! ; .. T.c.w.w \ ',
,., ,'. / : ;: t ,
Story in Post"If ,', aS 1'1a } A
House 1
I can't live In Mississippi," ; CaughtTwo *-"
cavs James Meredith, "I will ,
le me the country." men mugged the accountant
This week in the Saturday of the Hampton House Hotel
Evening Post Meredith tells 4200 NW 27th Ave. last Friday ,
the story behind the bloodshedIn and escaped with $150 but
one of the bandits was caught
Mississippi. You'll learn how w
he became "strong on the racIwnp" < 500 feet away. All but 50 cents ,f
i:::: when he was still avounprster. was recovered. Metro police
What part the said Albert Steer, 66, was near 1
the hotel's door when he was
NAACP slaved in the proceed attacked.One Mr and Mrs.
Re-elected torney Harry
ings.f Why he doesn't!' take }It
personally when the mobs yell of the thugs, Harry Markowltz, owners of the beau
"Gn home nt'zger." How his wifeis Wright, 36, of 1324 NW 1st Ave., Hotel Ass'n Head tiful Hampton House'Motel and
holding up unler the strain. ran into an apartment building Villas, location of the convention
And why Meredith believes "Itwouldn't nearby and hid In a closet where Theodore R. Hagans, left, vice and Moss H. Kendrix,
matter If I shot
and killed somebody were else Officer Robert Walker captured president and general managerof Washington, D.C., whose PRfirm
would take my place." him.The H-1 the New Dunbar Hotel, Wash represents the Coca-Cola Co.,
Read James Meredith's own other bandit escaped. 4'4''y r ington, D.C. was re-elected head which NHA.is a long time supporterof
in this week's
story Saturday
of the Nationwide
Hotel Association
Evening Post. succeeds Elliott J. 'I the Mr. Markowitz, NIIA's con
ALHPAS I Pieze, longtime classic parade during organization's9th vention chairman, proudly holds
Elegy to Elliot Pieze marshal who died last Saturday anniversary convention in trophy awarded him as "Hotel
By MRS. CLARA H. BEST What Annual election meet Oct. 27 enroute to broadcastthe Miami. The congenial hotelman Man of the Year." Mr. Lawson
When they stood him up to test, Ing. : A&M-Tennessee State football poses with, from left, Belford V. and Mr. Kendrix were speakersfor
They deplored him. I I game. The well known Lawson, Washington, D.C., at the convention.
When he tried to do his best Where: Jet Room Airport Ho' Pieze suffered a heart attack
They booed him. tel. aboard an airliner shortly after
When they laid him down to taking off from the Miami Inter-
rest When: Saturday, Nov. 10. national Airport.
They adored him. Time: 0 p.m. The new parade marshal has
served as an assistant maisnal
for a number of years. Schools
businesses, and organizations,
that desire to participate in this I
: year's parade should contact I
Mr. Stirrup immediately. His.
address is 3301 Charles Ave., I
Miami! Fla.ORANGE.


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public relations. Attorney Harold Johnson, George Savitt. Attor Fy Yy
Braynon set off this year's ney Braynon, chairman; Frank V AGENCY INCm
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. I An Apostrophe To JESCA President Youth HallVolunteer J

A Friend Returns Report -
By CHARLES C. NORTH President Garth C, Reeves has Blanche Calloway executive -/
Washington Park News Just returned from Hull House director of WMBM Community -",;
Even with the knowledge thatat in Chicago where he attendeda Service Foundation
this moment a few men can wishes to thank all volunteer
planning meeting which
By Mrs Ruby Castelow issue the command to unleash a reports participating in the Youth Hall
.. was stimulating and infor \
destructive force
-=- H so penetrating
mative.He Because of efforts talents
your '
that the walls of the earth and
a lovely repast by Mrs. E. Me and time we are able to
Washington Park
CivIc Club, its inhabitants can crumble Into Invited
was by
president !
Elmurray The next bring to our boys and girls a
held Its monthly meeting at the It is difficult for
ruin still
u of the Board
of the Nation.
home of Mr. and Mrs will lie at the home of Rev. am greater feeling of security, understanding
Crawford Business of Henry Mrs. Hector Smith NE1 153rd to conceive and accept the passing al Federation of Settlements and and love so vitally
tance was carried out., Members Impor i Terr.., of a friend. Neighborhood Centers to serveas needed to every person's well
attfleded last council meeting Mrs. Iola Crawford president; For many years I've workf'' chairman of the Southeastern being and to help them realize
a"\t city hall to plan a clean-up Mrs. Cora Lee Ross, reporter. laughed, played and traveled Regional Conference to b-' held the importance of good citizen
drive iri neighborhood.! with our friend Elliot J. Pie/'' some time in the fall of 19G3. ship and community relations.

MRS Entertain who on Saturday morning (Oct The Southeastern Region con- Many thanks for a Volunteer
bon't forget the party at the 27)) gave the last measure of h>' sists of Kentucky program which is fulfilling a
hOmg( of Mr. and Mrs. Welling Senior CitizensThe devotion. He was enroute to Tal- Virginia, North Carolina Tennessee South much needed service in o u r
ton Crawfbrd. YoU may win. lahasse on assignment from his Carolina, Georgia, Florida Ala community. From time to time
Other MRS. Club entertainedthe radio station to give the color bama and Mississippi. reports of the activities of the
projects discussedand
were senior citizens of Jollivette and the highlights of a football various committees will. bo :
later considered date.Deepest. for action for a Plaza with a Hallowe'en partyon game. It is ironic that the "col. The Board of Directors of the made by Miss Calloway
Saturday, Oct. 27. Approximately or" and the "highlights" turned National Federation has exoress-
sympathy goes out to 35 senior citizens at out to be of his own sudden ed the belief that regional con. ,Ii
Mr. and Mrs. W. Crawford for tended this gala affair and expressed death. ferences are valuable in streng BISHOP BALL I
the loss of their mother Mrs delight and appreciationfor tribute thening the settlement move-
The hundreds that paid
Irene Massey. Also to Mrs. Bertha ment.the Mrs.evening Arthuryne of entertain.Strapp to his mortal remains were ment in the United States by offering HOLDS FIRST
Sharpe whose husband Horace an opportunity for the
chairman and members of her eloquent testimony not only to
passed This old pioneer of committee were commended for his popularity but his contribu- leadership for
the neighborhood will be creating an increasing enthusiasm
tions in whichhe
planning and selecting activities to a community
missed. for the role, of the settle-
which suitable and interesting attended school and then
The hostess thanked ment in society and for
was for
to these senior citizens. weaved a place into the civic
This affair is one of the four and social fabric of that community I strengthening the relationship of Bishop William F Ball, recently -
entertainments which the club, local agencies with the National appointed Bishop of the 11th
To Celebrate under the able leadership of Federation. Episcopal District is presidingover
President Gwendolyn Welters These paragraphs are not intended I his first conference In the
BirthdayCharles plans for the residents of the to extol Elliott as a purposeful district at Sanford Wednesday
Plaza during the 1962-63 club citizen or to make more and the Miami citizens, them through Sunday Nov. 7.11
of his contri
J. Fortson, son of Mr. year. Others will include parties than passing note selves, have done this well. The Orlando Florida Conference

life in
buttons to community.
and Mrs. Junlous Fortson, is at St. Patrick's Day, Easter andMothers' I
We think 'the press, the pulpit is one of the most promt'
celebrating his 10th birthday Day. As the darkening shadows o' nent Conferences In the state
Nov 10_from 3 to 6 p.m. at the life gather about us with the because of its central location
home of his parents in Browns- passing of time and one by or and top leadership ministerial!
ville, our close friends depart we remind rnd laity. It is called the hub
Many of his little friends will ourselves that,the stay or Conference of the 11th Episcopal!
Join him and assist in the celebration ,1ir these mundane shores are'limit. District. Mrs. Agns Ball will
ed and uncertain for it is writ serve as Episcopal Supervisor.
Charles is a 5th grader at the ten "in the midst of life we are
Rainbow: Park Elementary in death. Bishop Ball is a son of the
School. He also is making quite soil. Florida is elated to have
a record for himself as a voca Thus we lament the passingof him and his family In this great
list. a friend with whom we ex state.
changed views bits of wisdom
and anecdotes for many years.
A We shall greatly miss' his pointof
view whether it was in agree Beautiful Home on
ment or, as often in sharp dls Your lotaxoa&
agreement. We extend our con.
dolences to the' relatives w h < I ''Jfftv
burn his loss.
-- ..
We close with' the words o' S ?wu Y
the soldier poet:

"His bones are dust
a His good sword rust
His soul is with the saints
We trust."
Coiri|>Icto IttilMliift Hcrrlie

Medicine dispensed 'at low FINANCING

ed with of cot: four New Homo
Beer Pioneer him a gift luggage.Mr.
Blood, urine tests for health
Taylor recalled that he and NO DOWN
RetiresJames had unloaded the first carload marriageDR.

R. Taylor, 5520 NW of Schlitz Into South Florida LONG'S' CLINICA PAYMENT
10th Ave., Miami, retired this when beer was relegalized in Over Twenty Years of
April, 1933 following the repealof
after Qtneral Health '..rvIOiNon..urglc.1
week on company pension
the infamous Volstead! Act. Oourtruction erk '
Kxf n<(!
service with the treatment of Rupture
29 years of
He also assisted in the settingup
Henry E. Mangels Co., dlstritfut-: of the local bottling plant Rectal DUeaaee, Varicose Guaranteed Satisfaction
tors of Schlitz wd Old Milwaukee when Old Milwaukee was Veins, Prostate, Arthritis, Re-
AT/TSessr Beers.At bottled here in 1930.II duclng. PaaLbQaoa
a special meeting of the Parking In rear
employees and the top management II Born in Nassau In 1897 Tay. PR 3.2748 H a, HI 8-0194 ELQ g
of the company Mr. Tay lor served In the British Army 1545 S.W. lit Street ,
lor was presented with a gold : in Turkey and the Far East before PL 1.3604 I '
watch engraved In claiming American citizen. l
L '
tion of the commemora-I I ship In 1920. Asked about his 888 N.E. 79th St.
B Romfh Jr., plans for the future, Mr. Taylor Miami Times Ads
Man said he will travel visit his
Mangels Sr., and Henry E. Miami, Florida
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1'lm xmmo 111mSS believes that America can best lead the world
from racial and national antagonisms when It accords to every manregardlcss
his human and legal rights. Hating
of race, color 01' creed + f
no man fearing no man-the Negro Press strives to hell every 18 heM man Dark Transitional Cotton\
In the firm belief that all men are hurt ft8 long as anyone --

back World Mourns DeathOf


election is over. Practically everything in Florida
said they would.It Eleanor Roosevelt, widowof
went just as the prognosticators the late President Franklin TO 25.99
was a foregone conclusion !that Sen. George Smath- Delano Roosevelt died In New
Dante Fascell and former Sen. Claude Pepper York City on Wednesday night
after six weeks illness
would be elected as were the other Democratic nominees. In the passing of Mrs. Roosevelt -
While we have two parties in the state, the Democratswill the world has lost an ex
beyond doubt be the major party for a long time. ceptional woman, and a great $
humanitarian.It sj. L7.i
However, Florida has .elected its second congressman,
Atty. Edward J. Gurney of Winter Park. was the privilege and plea
sure of the Editor of The Miami
Floridians went against' the 46-senator, 135-repre- Times to meet this wonderful .
senative plan by a vote of 98,604 to 54,400. They want woman many years ago when
she visited the USO in Miami
something better. while he served as vice president I
will reapportion the legIslature of that organization. 1 and 2 "- I
Whether the Federal Court I I Many No' I a 1 e is
or leave that body to try for a better deal, remains Funeral St. James services Episcopal will Church be heldin piece styles. $ ever final I

to be seen. Seven other constitutional amendmentswere Hyde Park, N.Y. on Saturday at Solids prints .9' You must be
voted upon favorably. 2 pm. stripes. Sizes I' satisfied.

Dade countians polled a history. making.. vote. We 5 to 20.
are pleased to note that the Negro vote was the heaviestever .1 I
cast. Pocket Book Special : -

History was made in Georgia on Tuesday when Atty $9,000 TOTAL $75 MO. : : FASHION

Leroy Johnson, former\ school teacher was elected to Only $750 down for this 3 :
the Senate. i bedroom CBS home in the : .

Johnson, 38, years old, defeated T. M. Alexanderalso Allapattah area. Fenced :
( a Negro) 43-year-old Republican, an insurance yard, carporte, 25 foot jal
executive. The vote was 7,312 to 3,211. Johnson had the ousted porch. Awnings, n< 61gSShIOPS

support of Atlanta's city ''administration, the newspapersand qualifying, no closing costs .
the Democratic National Committee.So .
OPEN SUN. 1.5 P.M.
far Negro Miami has not as yet been able to .elect
a member to the city or county government. However we CBS Duplex

must keep on trying. Some day we will succeed.Miami's 2023 2025 NW 43rd St.
city commission will drop more than !at mil L Open Evenings Til 9 p.m.

lion dollars into the Orange Bowl. The money will come $1,000 down, $95 month. 2- : : :;;: :: :: .;. .;. .;.:; $ :: :: ::::::

from include a special bond issue. Improvements at'the. bowl will bedroom fully furnished.each side Live, beauti rent -.", .... ....IV.V..fFINEST .... ...... .... .....
2,000 more seats, arched entrance-way with
landscaping and fountains land\ new lights c 0 s tin i g free in this lovely home SELECTION IN MIAMI'
$150,000. Friendly salesman on prem
I ITS.::
Mayor Robert King High,said the new improvementswill We LOVELY HOMES OPEN
financing also
be a sound investment. The Orange Bowl is Miami'soutstanding arrange

tourist attraction'' Trio Realty

The commission has directed Manager' Melvin Reeseto 801 NW 54th LOW, LOW DOWN PAYMENTSEZ
make a study of fallout shelters and the cost of them. Terms 1 f Less than rent

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structures including libraries and fire stations.!
$350 total down payment. Not Ic more. Just redeco-
With the Cuban situation in fact
so tense, the worldso rated. $10,800 total.
unsettled, you can agree that "an ounce of preventionis 1 FOR SALEIn I
better than a pound of cure." -- -

We have a new safety director. His salary is $16,000a a very good location 1880 NW 47th Street

year. Our charter Review' Committee would like to 1232 NW 54th St. 3 bedrooms, 2 car garage for only $10,500 and $500
abolish the Safety Department and set up separate Police total down.

and Fire Departments.Ye 6 Apart ments furnished .
Editor is puzzled. He wonders why heads of de- Zoned for Ilaslncss '
partments, Charter Review Committee, Commissionersand EZ TERMS 1817 NW 47th TerraceWhat

City Manager cannot, get together, work out the For Information a beauty. CBS 3 bedroom, den, all in beautiful
city's problems and decide on what's best for Miami. Does Phone FR 1-3779 shape. $350 down.
this sound feasible? Dl 0-

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9x12 Rugs Huge corner house. 2 baths andl) huge Fla. room. Terrific
Sunday, November 11 begins. American Education WASHED CLEANEDOR for only $400 down. $80 per month. '

Schools will go all out in celebrating. On this day $2.99 --0 --

senior high school will sponsor a special chorus and band Call PL 4-1732 1100 NW 75th Street
concert in their
respective auditoriums from 2:80 to 3:30
p.m. The program wag 'arranged as a kick off event for 3 gorgeous brand'' new homes. Must see this today. ,
American Education Week, which Is being observed in REPOSSESSEDBeds Builder reduces down payment. Really beautiful. \

the county, from Nov. 11 to 17. ,There will be no admission ...................?............... $10 up Choose yours now.!
charge and the public Is invited to !the concert in the Plastic Head Boards ........ $2 up .

neighborhood school.November Students desks .................... $6 up
11 is Veterans Day. An appropriate pro- 30 In. Triple Dressers ........ $40 NEWS REALTYThe
gram will be televised over channel 2. Colors will be posted Desk" Chest .........................._... $2f i
in schools by representatives of the American Legion Roll A-M ay-beds ................ $20 ul
Posts. Superintendent, Dr. Joe Hall, will introduce Arthur All new furniture at hotel ( Broker That Works For You)
MacGarthy. state commander of the Legion who will discount 4600 NW
speak briefly.; ALLIED HOTEL SUPPLY
The senior high chorus, band and brass choir will 1334 NW 54th Street (Open Sunday)

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I Kitching, Charles D. 10 1962 PAGE
\ A. Moore, ,
11IfIIJ1! r9r
Dr. Oscar M
,,", Paul Butler, Dr. C. U. Smith, r;

..' I Anthony Gardiner, Brother r ; ;
: : "' KERIC Dever, CSC; J. C. Award, :

.,,. iitj." ."?$$: .. "j Dr.zel Warren E. Wright Steinback, Mrs. Lucille Mrs. Ha D. I( YOU'LL NEVER GO WRONG, ,ly\

\ t' Wan
Sims, Miss Estelle r.
James E. Stephens, Sister Tho AT CLYDE KILLENS'KNLGHT
( ., '1 'at. mas Catherine OP; Miss E. King*1D. ,\
l J. Nelms, Joe Albert Jofe E.

l' ." i Mills Horace D. Oliver Mrs

,s.._ sxw s s ws. vsxs By RUTH N. POLITE Evergreen Murphy Donald. BEAT
I Maggie Williams Burroughs, Mrs. Mayme E. Williams
Woods, Mrs.
SCRAPBOOK GEMS Nothing A. L. Vorheer Mia La
and Arnett ,
I Mrs. Lila, Clayton Jessie Black, .
to Give: In Pittsburgh.during of Sir John Hotel The Demia' Flakes Ji
Tatum G.
the last.century a retired: : table. ttedecked with exquisite ri ihanThurston, James W. Whit THIS FRI. SAT., SUN.NOVEMBER910.il. '
Vernon ,
Army man, Colonel Anderson, silver china, fine linens, and Bullard, Smith.WEDDING .
became concerned attout some gourmet foods provided many ney Joe

underprivileged boys who had: memories of similar scenes ... -
no opportunity to own or read shared In years gone by when ANNIVERSAR\

good books. The Colonel a man Mrs. Robinson wintered here. GREETINGS to Rev, and Mrs.

of small'" means, unfortunately She was the recipient of many F. W. World, Nov. 9. Mr. andMrs. BIG DOUBLE ATTRACTIONTHE

wasn't in a position to g i V e friendly gestures of parties and Daniel E'; Johnson, Nov.
The Colonel Reeses and other
books to these boys. tours. The

however, did have a fair-siz. friends took her on a cruise to 1C. 1 t ,
ed library of his own, and so Bimini on the famed Calypso -

he Invited these boys to come Liner. She saw most of the local HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Eddie

up and borrow anything they attractions in the southerr Zachary Ralph Mizell, Gloria '
immigrant boy of Dade County. Before re Ruth
led Andy, an end Cupidine D. Dean
who made $25 monthly as a turning to her home In St. Paul, Jones, Atty. Henry Arrington{

telegraph clerk, leaped at Mis i Mrs. Robinson visited frlencand Ethel Wilkinson, Charlie Mat

chance. Each week he would return relatives In Jacksonville, McMillan, Nov. 8; Bertha

one and borrow another Savannah and Statesboro, antAtlanta. Sharpe, Earl A. Wells, Barbara

Then after supper he and hi I Davis, W. Dorsett, Beatrice San x

mother would read aloud tc. tiers Nov. 0;; Carrie Johnson .
each other. The youthful borrower A NOTE OF THANKS. Mr Johnnie Mae Allen, Franita Williams

never forgot this kind Annie Edwards, affectlonallj James Johnson Jr.,

ness. Today, thousands of Americans known as "Mother Edwards': Joseph W. Thompson, Carol B.

enjoy free libraries :ends a warm "Thank You" till Daniels, Harry Rolle, Lillian K,

the gift of that grateful man of those who helped to male I Smith, Nov. 10; Margaret Cruz,

ANDREW (Andy) CARNEGIE icr 80th birthday anniversar:) Dorothy AustlnhJOhn Galloway
How do you know that YOU ,i pleasant milestone. David Evans Chambers
have nothing to give? omi S. Rolle, Marguerite
Richard G. Johnson III
NEW Marlon
WEEDNovember 11-17 he is banquet
BOOK Cunningham, Nov
As Uenefactors of Andrew at Hampton House, Brown, Llllle A. I.
I peciallst T. Johnson,
(Andy) Carnegie's gratitude ire happy and oh, so proud 01 11; Sharrveta Y. Woods Nov

boys and girls, men and women heir new addition to their famiy. Hart, Cruz, Del/orah\ Ev-

In schools and Institutions of Tuesday morning at 3.48:. si 12; Cynthia Willie Mae Coslon! Julia CHANTEERSROCK
higher education will'be' paying and tork brought their baby ciuugi W. Evans, Nov. 13; Joseph De-
through programs SUSAN HARRIETTS. Congratulations Lee Davis
homage er, Witt Murphy II, Mazie
celebrations under the book !' Susan could no In Memoriam -
week theme "I LIKE lave chosen finer parents. i ) Marva Worthy Major

Lewis, Marva Trotrnan, Albcr- "I'll Wait For You"
AMERICAN EDUCATION OFF TO NEW YORK for i U tha Martin, Nov. 14; Anette Barbara "She' Coming

WEEK Nov. 1117. provides a short vacation Is Mrs. CLEVE Shell Manuel Cruz, Gwen.
for t'h e Am Dullard, Mary L. Doster
week of opportunities .AND (Addle) SAMPSON. dolyn Marjorie
public to become more acquaint. :'Charles North and Garth Roovei Gwendolyn Carey
ed with the facets of educationas are in Quito, Ecquador, in Soutl Davis Kimble, Mary Arthur
it effects the total environ America enjoying horse race: Nov. 15; Annie M. ,
the Nov. 10.
During Jr.
communities. Coverson
ment various and cock fights
week you will hear
of the theme discussedon WKKKHe
phases FOR
and the plat GREATER MIAMI
television who
radio best
theme Is."Art LEAGUE GUILD members me serves his:! party
form. The general Communit; his country best.
the Challenge"TIIE Wednesday at the serves
We 211,
Service Building, Room
STATES TEA ugh on their agenda was! th(; World Fellowship ,
ALL made
charting progress
which was sponsored by the he distribution and sale of tickets Program WednesdayNovember

EPISCOPAL CHURCHWOMENof for their annual EQUA1 11 thru 17 is YWCA

the Church of the Incarna )OPPORTUNITY DAY Dinne Fellowship Week, observed
dlmen World
tion was a success in t\ which takes place in the Kv annually by more than
slons, culturally as well as glades Room at the New Everglades members In this country :
nanclally. Sunday afternoon Hotel. Nov. 24. This Ischeduled and other millions in 70

Nov. 4, a large crowd witnessed to be one of the mo<'> countries abroad. Join your local
which affairs of the seuso observance} of Urn
a program colorful YWCA in its .
kate S. Dean as guest The cause is a worthy one. Se special week dedicated to buildIng
and Mr. BALDWIN attend. If you need ti( amon, ah V
speaker please undcrstandglng
and Mr. ticket chairlady,
HEPBURN kets call World
of attending a
as soloists. Highpoint DIE RANIELS, or sec'y Mr peoples by Fair to be helu
was the crowning (JUANITA) THOMPS01or Fellowship 1lam.
afternoon JOE 11 from
the ALL [ Nov
of ALFRE1 Wednesday,
of the "QUEEN WILLIAM Mrs. HAZEL to 10 p.m. at 114 SE 4th St. Clyde Killen Bobby Marshallpopular
Mrs. anr,
STATES. president. invited.
Clarence) LITTLES won the. Everyone is be served and the best M. C. With the
will bringing
( With this distinc.tion I'It01IIN1'NT) JUCJTOninvolved supper i. till you
title. lands, pautisgoods
coveted goes the honor of reigning in the re-evaluation t( gifts; from porelgn goodies will be avail entertainment; in Miami, Glass for over 3 years.THE .
all activities of the Epis the MIAMI NORTHWESTERN ai and ha been doing to fore
over at I L. Dhurch able.
Joseph ,
copal Churchwomen Incarnation. W. E. Combs part| 17 years.
Church of the I


OF W05ANha11eCLIRaange, the

Oscar for C ul AN ALL-STAR SHOW
official hostess the .
hosted ,
evening r.
for the Monday ev With The
home 4-1 4
at her
groUP clubs were repre ,rL
ening. Eight meeting LAYNE
the C ; JOYA
sented. Marie Price 4ItJL1

were: Mesdames Alma Harris, "A 1 DANCERS
Addle Dell Dunn Foster,
Mae I
Lamar McFadden. Lessie Mae ...."""
Mable Alma /
Helen Jones .
Drown. Davis, Pearl Turner COMING iitirrc"i
Lynch, Earline CUette
Jane Mena Jackson, ATTRACTIONS r
Birdie Darkley
Dean, Mattie L- ____
Blanch Austin
Daniels Christine= 'NOV. 16 17.18
Eddie Esther scott, Mar

Carrie Pitts Alma Carter. Mrs DIONNE WARWICK
garet Aderley president o.

Elizabeth curtis is .........

the group.

REE8E8 EN NOV. 23-24-25
TilE LESLIE locate :
TERTAIN. Their home the 4 TURNER
57th St. was 9 TITUS

at heautlful T 1191 NW setting for a of cocktail theirclose RHYTHM ROCKERSA

i party> given 10 honor down for / -
friend who came honoree FIVE PIECE COMBO

a sunny vacation. The COLLINS I ;,,:I"A.j'" NOV. 30 DEC. 1 2
was ROBINSON MRS who noW lives h. ;''f' ."r'..-...J'... FALCONS ADMISSION FRIDAY AND SUNDAY $1.25
St. Paul, thMimi.agic Ciitybsom' 't ,,,;.. $1.50
lived in Moving around am :. ADMISSION
ago. n "i
years festive bo
chatting among the occasion bandin TABLES FREE EXCEPT RINGSIDE
gala of the
", for the DUBOISE, leader
, Ruben featured
Mrs. everybody
' and for ,
Mr that play ::::Jr
were Lucious Brown, Miami. The band :::
Mr. and Mrs. the past 2 years.
the McClouds, Mrs. Eva Grant, at the Knight Beat for
Sheftalls, Mrs.
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27th Ave. at 54th Sf. t I IN

EVER CLOSEDPrices Good thru November 10th, teller's AG Store Only
," .---z,-....-..',...----. -,...>-KEYS- ,.,-- MADE- -MONEY_ ORDERS_-LIGHT BILLS-NOTARY PUBLIC
Barn; BIM HALF 16 49C
Fryers lb 270 SHANK 16 43C
Picnics Ib 290 Loaf 6lbs $1.69HICKORY
Hen Turkeys 390 Sliced Bacon"lb"! 490

S ,are Ribs Jh 37c Beef Patties Ib 39t

Frozen & DairyASSORTED
FLAVORS GIANT (With $5.00 order or more)

PepperidgeTurnovers Farm TIDE 49! YAMS Cabbage Ib C0

Broccoli Spears 3 Pounds 290
2 for 49C Scotkin Napkins 2 for 330
125 TangerinesEach
Tissues 19C for 490 lc
II We Cosh Payroll Checks 9 Cold Beer At All TliSTVCT rv"'I'?A. IIUUI u.ZT,. .n., .,., I
Cream Style Corn 2 for 251 Butter
2 Ibs 59
Peas 2 for 290 Chinito Rice 5 Ibs 690
Peaches 5 for $1.00ALOHA Pancake Mix 2 Ibs 33<
18 OZ.ASSORTEDPillsbury

Pineapple Juice 46 oz. 250 HHHHHBHHBBBBUMMHiMMMCOMPLETE Cakes Mix -29. -

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Has Halowe'en PartyThe - 'L. ........-- .........- --- '<:

News scene around North Dade -:- News From Perrine
; gym was colorful and gay on I
'[iIoJ: 1L Oct. 29. The Metro Recreation
The winter season bowling .r..arrr.e.woe m U.OVZ Department gave its annual Hal- By Rev. II. O. Hall

at blast.Bunche During Lanes the is going full lowe'en party. The 500 boys and ....,....,',........," ....
chilly days girls danced, played games and -- "'- -""-
the air
condition is turned off
and the heat is turned So Thousands of people who are consumed refreshments from Congratulations to Frank Reed I shine Junior Club. First order of
3.30 to 5:30
winter or summer, you can collecting social security checksdo : : : p.m. and members of the Perrine Improvement I business was a sale at the home I

bowl In comfort. The winter not get them as promptly as: The Metro Recreation Departr' Association for tne of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene. Leon '
leagues are filling up fast and they could simply because: they'I ment is still having night activi- One splendid of the work recent they Is the are new doing. ard.
I would advise you to get your move and fail to notify social I ties on Monday, Wednesday and streets lights Installed. --
application In if you want to security offices of their new addresses .( Thursday nights. The girls vol. Mrs. A. Gary, 10510 SW 176th
bowl in a league. By the way, the Social Security Administration .I leyball league games and boys St. is doing a splendid job with
the mixed couples league gets has announced.A Flag Football League games the Miami Times Her sales l
f off to a good start Wednesday. I have come to an end. The results The residents of Goulds art have Jumped from" three
Come on and dolls are followes the recipient; of a new papers
guys and as up to Nov. Baptist to 21 in few weeks.
f "let's bowl" at Bunche Lanes. notice to the Post Office 2: Mission, founded by Rev. C. II. a
will not get an address changedon Graham. LJcoduse of his leadership -
social security records, Er.1 I Girls Volleyball League 7.2 aMiltv: we are looking forward Jimmie Jones
Felge Five ward P. Blonston, district manager 1st place; 7.1, 2nd; 7-4, 3rd; 8.3 to a great establishment J. Service Station, managelof is the J.
a well known local ou job
Miami North Social Security ; 8-5 2nd; 8.7 3rd. fcunday.::
again after
bowling team will bowl against said 0-1, 1st 0-2 2nd 0.5 a illness and
today. The best i ; ; 3rd.
Offlcel as always he continues
the top bowlers of the way insurning the prompt 1 11.2 1st; 10.5 2nd; 10.1, 1st hlUit the hand of to ex-
Falstaff friendship to
Traveling League. Did and safe delivery of your social Last tlwe all his
you ask where? At Bunche Sun .security check each month, he\ Boys Flag Football; 7.1, 1st; ladies Friday Misses pretty customers._
young Patty
day. That's this Sunday at 1 p.m. said, is to let the Social Security 7.7 2nd; 7-10 3rd.
Lampkins, Shirley Leonard, Thought of the week: "Justice
This team 8.5 1st; 8.9 2nd; 8.7 3rd.
(Feige Five) are be- Administration know
your new 9-7 1st; 8.7 3rd. Jocelyn Hall and Beverly Ferguson delayed is Justice denied"-Glad-
ing quite instrumental in trying address as soon as you plan: to 1 organized the Little Sun stone.DENTISTS' .
to bring the ABC tournament move. i 9-7 1st; 9-5 2nd; 9-4 3rd.

here in 1967. Come out.and sup I I .

port these teams. You will Ix A notice to the Post Office, of
glad you did. Sunday will be your change of address will take OFFICES
double feature day, Felge Five care of having any checks al ANDREWS' JEWELERS
bowls at 1 p.m. and the Falstaff ready on their way to you, bu ,'
Traveling League bowls at 5 it will not insure the prompt dt-l: I' KXTEllT> WATCH AND EDISON CENTER DENTAL BLDG.
p.m. Two for one attraction. Of livery of those to follow

you course come all this from takes worshipping place after CLOCK KKL'AlltS 6130 N.W. 7th Avenue
at You report new nc .
the church of may your
your choice. dress to the Social Security Administration 40 Veant In Uuiue0 NEAR 62nd STREET

-- by filling$ out the
post card which is given to you All work guaranteedFR Reasonable Price Free Estimate
Opa-locka Recreation Depart when you begin receiving your PHONE NUMBER 757.2741
ment sponsors Junior bowling check. Or send a short note to 3-0152
at Bunche every Saturday at your Social Security Payment Free parking in rearS
9am. Last Saturday about 100 Center. giving your name and 303 N.W. 2nd Ave.
children took part in this activity address, your claim number,
and enjoyed good fellow. address I .
your new and date ---- -- -
ship and competitive sportsman you plan to move. ,
ship together.A I ,f'-- U

The address of the Paymen

hearty welcome to all the Center is "on your "Certiflcat- BLENDED WHISKY, 86 PROOF, 65% GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS. '1962. SCHENLEY DISTILLERS CO., N.Y C. '
of Award. If you prefer, yot
stationed at Opa-locka call local social
may your secUl
Air Base. Come in fellows and ity district office to get the ac
make yourselves at,home. Bowl dress.
and have fun. JuIII

Make m

Walter Bowe, the sponsor tf Drive Carefully!
Bowe's Barber 'Shop Team in '
the Freeway Handicap League I 4* tl yWkr.
really gives the league Inspira Tasty !
tion by the way he spurs them
on with his enthusiastic bowling 1 1'/4 ACRES
and his exhibition of true Interest
in the progress the teams
make. He is indeed a good leader PALM BEACH
and the fact that the Free- ;
way Handicap League is in its
second season proves it. This $375 .. ;; .'w
league bowls every Thursday

night. Come out and see the $10 s.dhr11 $10 ..... 0."
fellows in action. WIk.ef ''' .C"id 1{ ten
M ,. CamtV Nutbse
N miles hers M/IIIII./ D/I./
far l.tgw ,.re.". 2 ...
Met wfaltllherd red.wlMle .
North Dade 1000 perde ei.w hew don
Nips Iblle. lied. Ie t. .,..,...S' n. ,
walk M It, N M row ewe car.
Blanche 6.0 Cl..r II'WN wi" NtlyS yule.IN t w # '
t Ely free a;:::"M dMM: IIddse.
title ''keweble. HldewtlM
MN/M 1 f Y ,
North Dade's Thunderbirds, tfIM M/em'/ lied, erMiami. r"'
used a 25-yard pass from Leon aelruKp Mle"",i kediCh.mbet
Phillips to Alan Wilson to defeat ebettor.M GeV.. Come erw le M surellla e.k.rd f w
Blanche ,Ely of Pompano fee f.l Wades. eon
Beach 6-0 last Saturday at ,the ..lor .11.. ")
IIMMWMe'.I ..reu. II Yec N. ,
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North Dade Athletic Field. Money beck If ....'..'lalled .hi SOfcyi.
2S rim to.M.S.
The pass capped a 45yardND
drive in the fourth quarter Net Ratner, Realtor
after the two teams had battled M.a,,Fydral Bldq. 4 SUNNY SAYS: "Serve Schenle/i sunny morning flavor

through three scoreless periods.; .c.w- f For tastier drinks your guests will savor!"
The win was'the Thunderbirds', JE 8.5664 ,

sixth against two setbacks. For ,Miami.Besch,9ofjde;, ; d ,
Blanche Ely, it was the sixth
loss. ,


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Jftniordirectress; Lucy Williams standing lodges are Chancellor
MIAMI TIMES MIAMI;'FLA. Knights, of Pythhu" S worthy conductress; Johnnie. and'Counsellor Orange Blossom
.' "* Culbreath, worthy assistant conductress No. 10, Royal Palm No. .83, Sir
PAGE 8 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1962ffourHealtKl' .! And Gourtft.of., .: \ .. ; ; Irene 'Lloyd, worthy! Abram Grace, Jr chancellor
t ..- Calanthes ", : ""escort Sir Cleo Raskins worthy; Faith of hope No;32, Sir Robert;
.. .. here;,t .$%", Jesste, Williams, C. Bowen", chahcellor;; Com.
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in Action Lily of the Valley Court No. worthy. pttftecton( :" rtr:.-' Leola" ntuni Y1 Coflrt No, 83, ,MrV. Len.
,: 'cyauth! 58, Mrs. Sarah D. Belle, worthy Par / lJMnoz' e,,,:PaultneSteMvDoci ;cy: Miles, cjaunsejlor; Lily, of the
": counsellor, had a ,tQa, .SundaY, ': Howeil; ; i tAgnes Valtef", No.: 58, Mrs. Sarah D,
l'I I rJ At Antioch Oct. 28 at the horna',Qf' Mrs. 'Dafis'Odessa'VijllamsAmanda' ;: ;? "' Belle,, ,worthy'Counsellor: ; Ahmed
By DR. -RADIX'. : ", Its < : Josie W. Roberts. The' !''speaker Ft nkJn; JJvehW'Wlllia'msr,: ''Temple No. 2,. Votary: W. L.
... ..... .... Antioch was Mrs.., Mary :]L'h T;; James, pet: Wilson,, "' Bellef! grand mogul. '
,- -- -------- The youth choirs of worthy registrar' of 'deeds:;She 'Ma.j' ,
BLOOD PRESSURE Baptist ,Church will sponsor a gave a very interesting ,talk,;; This was''heldl at the 'h ;! "
series 91" programs beginning selection by the Y01lng'rrl riana Si* and Mrs.<.$lenn., 3282 i\y: \'
Friday, ,Nov. 9 at 8 p.m. and *9AH St. 7: '; y' 11' '; '
The prfcssvire\ Inside,an artery women of Martin, Memorial L: TV ,SICK '
is pest understood by compari I closing Sunday at 3:30: closer p.m. AME Church. Also Jpresfent was Gleam of Hope LodgeNo..*18,. ;. ?
Their aims are to bring a 'j' : .
Malissia Harris
Mrs. depu.tygrand '
It is comoarabls to water Sty Walter L. Belle,"chance1Yorcoptmander '
son. in the ,
fellowship among youth Have It 'repalreO
worthy counselor,, ,.: : credit if
held!f its meeting I '
The blood circulhtion in the commun. ; I
pressure in a hose. churchand I you live in ''Liberty
& : ;:
them On Oct. 29 at :30 p.mJ'.Mrf' Npv.I. tr\ City or
to by mu: mg "
of ther' encourage
system," consists. them aware of their opportunities Maggie S. 'Cash, state :deputy 'The'fecen't'past weeks,I nlglits) I Brownsville. Pay weekly. Free
'heart (pump) grand worthy counsellor set: up estimate.
t for'good and to give them of Pythias1: 'held their regularmeeting '
Sand the arteries an opportunity to display their a new court. She was assisted.' ( ;throughout the.city. On
'and veins (hose) Mrs.: Malissia Harris Mrs, DIAL
talents. The guest group on Friday Nov. 12 Ahmed 'TempIe"'No. 2,
)when we u. S .e night will be the North Sarah D. Belle, Mrs.VeronlqaDavis J Votary W., J Belle, grand mo-
I the term "blood and Sir. Walter L. Belle; > 2636 N.W. C2nd ST.
t western High School EnsembleOn gill,, will::meet. Among- the out--
I I pressure" we al. Name of the court is Artis'Parks
Sunday afternoon,
mean the young The officers
I sways Court. are:
!' people from various churches
L pressure in the Mesdames Cornelia L. Glenn,
m the community will speakon
r arteries. Now Lucele Mil-- BUSINESS TRAININGFor
worthy counsellor;
the topic, "The Role of
I it will be
easy Jessie P.
ton, worthy inspectrix;
mouth in the Home, Church,
i w I to understand Community and School." The Rankin, worthy inspector; Ada those who want :.to work with the public
r that blood -
pressure Alexander, worthy orator; Lin-
l. depends on St. James AME youth choir and ale Frinks, worthy register of Learn to be a cashier, stockman, bag boy and
the strength of the heart on the other singing groups are ex deeds Christine Allen, worthy
; All
Ready for job in 3
amount of blood in the arteries, pected to be present. A cordiaAinvitation recorder of accounts; Rosa Bai ages. weeks
and on the size of the arteries. is extended to the ley, worthy receiver of deposits; Pay as you go. We help you get a.job without charge
Unlike a hose an artery is elas- public. 0. W. Foster in the Marie Black, worthy senior directress \
tic. With each heart beat the pastor. I ; Laura Ford, worthyI1AII BUSINESS TRAINING SCHOOL
artery is stretched by, the r ""
amount 01 blood forced into it. 807 Bldg., NW 79th & 8th Ave. PL 7-3651
By keeping these facts in mind I
After 7 JE 15336LIBCITY
you will be aUle to have a bet -
ter understanding of high blood KITE .
pressure. High blood pressure is
not a disease. It is ;:;.7 :: :: :: :: :
only a physical : :: :: ::: _
sign of disease.

The ailment most frequently ,
causing high blood pressure and ;
producing the highest pressureis Miami Is Talking
known as hypertension. Thisis
a nerve tensing which causes About The Story
the calibre of the arteries to de ,
crease, and, of course, the smaller pi Of The Sexes IN THEATRE
the caliber the higher the
pressure. Such nerve tension Different! Daring OX 1-7959 22nd Ave. and 69th St.
may result from worry, mental '
from certain diseases, such as
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I Tallahassee Sit-ins Brim Negotiation i The Royal Twenty Women's cab have your home'tmilt a4 loW.as $295 down pay-
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TALLAHASSEE Negotia'which had prevlously'.stgjed that' the lovely home of the Roosevelt v
tions 'are', .. -: presently'under' way' If.the' stores desegregated'':without -' Denards on Oct, 28, Call Irving Gordon MO 5.6870
toward desegregating variety its permisslpn, there .would '
store'lunch counters In T be no police pfq, ectipn. CORE ,1.rs" Ermatine Holton,. president .
see the only Florida l1ahaS-1 agreed to suspension of s'lt-in.I .' ,.called the meeting''to'order' ....S ;
where Negroes still get and club business was discussed
service'at lunch counters. In time., Projects were evaluated .,

Pending the outcome, Talla LIBERTY CITY. :and future plans were laid. .' Ford .Real Estate: Specials!

hassee CORE has agreed to sus. TO GET NEWSCHOOL Mrs;_'Malinda Hippard returned '' homes We will
pend sit-ins for a week. It wasa ''t*?'the:club' and .was. warmly \yhy Pay Rentr Look at.tnese. today.

sit": in by 17 CORE members on .. welcomed, ,by all., :help; you with financing., ,
Oct. 25 at McCrory'a which led
to 'negotiations. During the A new Junior high school will The'after meeting social hour 1.2470 NW Hth:St, 2 bedroom CBS home $99 Dn.
sit-In, a gang of white youths be, built at NW 17th ave. and was well attended uy the memo '
heckled, directing their hate G2nd' st next'year to.relieve the \\era'land. many friends of t h e 2. 24 21 NW,,;G7th! :St. 2 bedrooms and porch
club: Mrs. Ada Belle Dunn expressed
particular at the lone white overcrowding at Dorsey High .the, gratitude, of the ''$99 down, $5 ,.1. month. .
member of the sit-in and
group. Liberty
'City Elementary ,
Schools. group for the delightful feast 3.3. 1440 ,NW.44th Street Drive by this.beautiful
and hostess ,
Next morning a CORE provided by the ,host
returned to McCrory's for a sit- The Dade School Board Wed ;., :1,. large home.. Good ,term
in but found the store closed. nesday approved the purchase: ot .
They proceeded to Woolworth's the site;.and school construction The next meeting wilt be held 4. We .have many duplexes 'and) income propertiesfor
where told hat project totaling $991,722. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. sale. '
they were } a lo .Live rent'free.'
Other Robert Dunn, 210 Florida Ave. .... .
cal minister, would ,negotiate projects include con w
with the store. When ,they met struction' of additional classrooms on Sunday, Nov. 11. y
with him In the afternoon, he at Earlington Heights Mrs. Earmatine Holton, presi-- See these brand 3-Bedroom home
reported that the variety stores Elementary and Northwestern dent; Mrs. Ethel Peavy, reporter. new
were In conference trying to Senior High. Model at 1880 NW 62n work out- a solution: He also- rp. ---_ .. 4750 NW 15th Court
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to have Mrs. D. A. Julius back
around the school, she flew in
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school's 27th graduation exercise
which was held Sunday, OPA-LOCKA"' ." ', r Price Down
Oct. 28 at the Mt. Zion Baptist
Church. 59 Dodge H.T. $895 $95.00
We would like to acknowledgethe
presence of our circuit Judge Ap1 58 Pontiac H.T. 825 95.00

charming Henry L.wife Balaban at our graduation and his *"* .,'" t. I 4',. 58 Buick H.T. 795 95.00

standing Citation was citizens given among to our those out ,'D" 58 Buick H.T. Stick, air 850 95.00

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Cunningham, Mrs. Perry, Mrs. .
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Mrs Ella Moncur's mother a :. .' ::1 35.MILES PER GALLON, 57-59
speedy recovery. She was admitted : .JI' 56 Olds 88 H.T. 650 50.00

week. to Jackson Hospital last ;.;. ; 46 .S 9g! i 56 Pontiac, H.T., Power 595 50.00

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'.aLlLYI3, "LA. Harcourt Roberts, 18, was Jhn Knowles, 22, son of Mrs Jonah Greenidge, MBE., 80,
given a two and a,half year sentence Agne Knowles and the late died at his home on Fowler St.
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1962 in the Supreme Court on Rodwell Knowles, of Palmetto, on Oct. 24. Mr. Greenidge was
Point Eleuthera accident
y..I...,-V V VW r Oct. 25, after a Jury convictedhim ally ,killed on ,the was road near bailiff of the Supreme Court
of robbing George Bevansat Governor's Harbor, Oct l1! from May 6, 1926 to May 10.
High Rock, Grand Bahamason when the front axle of the 1959. He was awarded the MBE
Iti! AND AROUND THE BAHAMAS Sept. 7. The and other
items money truck he was driving broke, and In June, 1951 He is surived by
were Just $56, the truck turned over and pin. his wife, two daughters and a
1!! l!: :: : = but Robert had three previous
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convictions ned him to the ground. He died son.
for stealing and the
45 of Tar- Sandliland Prison lives on Peter minues he
Cort Severlnsen, court wanted after was taken to
discourage him.
Street East. The stone smashedthe
the hospital at Rock Sound.
rytown, NY, and a professional
glass front door, missing his Be.sldes..his mother, he is sur-
"bad check" artist, did not do DR. M. RADIN
wife s head by a few inchs.
given by four sisters and a
as well as he thought he woulcdo Arnold
at his game In Nassau. The was sentenced Ageeb, twenty-eight, brother. General Practice
to 14
arms of the law caught up with The annual years of
Baptist Day was hard labor for in
rape Supreme
him, and on Oct. 20 Severinsen
in on Sunday, Court on Obstetrics
was sent to prison for two Oct. 21. Most of-the Baptist had four previous 22. Ageeb Roy Urfah Lamsden 24, a Jamaican
years and nine months at hard Churches of the city were rep- for violence against convictions was fined $560; for un: 1159 NW 3rd Ave.
labor, for passing checks ol women. in
resented in the mammoth parade lawful possession of dope -
$280 each at two banks. which proceeded from the Scarr said, sentece"It, is Mr. JUstice marijuana on Oct. 22. Law Pone 374-1419
Southern Recreation Grounds to there was a deterrent time officers caught Lamsden red-
St. John's where the programwas for this type of sentence handed with: the stuff, about Open dally !9 a.m. 8 p.m.
The libel case against T h < held. Dr. William J. offence which three
Harvej been far I pounds, some of it pre-
Nassau Guardian ended on Oct. III of Philadelphia deliveredthe too prevalent." pared in cigaret form. Sunday 10 a.m. 12 noon
18, when Paul Bower, the editor,
sermon for the occasion.
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writer -
refused to name the of -- - -.- -
the letter which was the caust - -- W
of the suit. Plaintiffs in the The Rev. Charles Smith died
case were: L. O. Pindling, PauL. Dumfries, Cat Island on Oct.
Adderley, L. B. Johnson. A 23. He the '
was pastor of Ebenezer
D. Hanna and Orville Turnqeus, Baptist Church. He is sur SAVE WITH THE < ,' t. ;:;", ,j
-all PLP lawyers. They were vived by his wife, Nurse Maude .
awarded $280 each, ,the amouni Smith
seven sons and fOUl

claimed.Joseph Rolle.r, 40, an_ inmate of daughters. Franklin

the Fox Hill Prison, escaped ., Triplets were born to Mrs. Federal
Thelma Hanna
of Frank
from a work gang ort Oct. 17."
He was captured by police in Hanna private, on ward Oct. of 22 the and 23 Princess at the
the Hushes near Fox Hill on
Oct. 19. Rolle is doing a shor Margaret Hospital The largestof
the three all
jail term for using obscene Ian boys -
weighed five pounds 12 ounces.
guage. The Hannas have four other Savings And Loan Association ..,
Daniel F. Dames, Kemp Roac children. This was the first timein
plumber and shopkeeper wa eight years that triplets were
convicted in the Magistrate.. born at that hospital, nurser
Court on Oct. 16 for operatinga
lottery. Dames was fined $84t said.The THE FRANKLIN OFFERS
Police found several "number :Stepledon School for re :
tarded children dedicatedby
racket" entries in his possession.
Lady Stepledon, wife of the
Governor on Oct. 26. The schoolis
Wilfred Culmer and James named in honor of the Governor '
Pratt, charged with armed rob who made short remarks e INSURED SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
bery at Barclay's Bank, Roc 1 Cecil Edgecombe 27, of Bllney .....
Sound, Eleuthera in Septemberwere Lane, was charged in the Ma g-
refused bail in the Magis istrate's Court on Oct. 27 with UP TO $10,000.00MONEY
trate's Court on Oct. 15. The police killing Livingstone Taylor, 18,
are making further invest! of Culmerville, between Oct. 24
gation into the cases. Both mei and 25. During an altercationon ORDERS
are natives of Tarpum Bay. the occasion.

on the night of the 24th, Edge- !ANY AMOUNT, ONLY tOe. .
The home of Wellington .' sa
I combe is alleged to have kicked
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READY FNIMC DAYST. FOR i foman's Dav At St. Paul I

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sands. AUGUSTINE Thou The women of St. Paul AME" Mrs. Walton Young Robin
the Baptist three women auxiliaries representing f Church, 1876 NW 51st Terr, cordially son is a native Floridian, born
the Baptist Convention in Fla Invite you to attend the) in Tampa she received her early
are completing plans and 18th Women's Day celebration or education In the schools of
for the Sixth Annual preparations Donation Sunday, Nov. 11. Tampa. She then attended Clark
College in Atlanta and Fisk
Day to be held at Florida
Normal and Industrial Memorial A. University In Nashville, Tenn.
College on November 13. ,V Vh She holds a master of arts degree -
The main of this spec from Nw York University.
lal purpose
occasion an op Mrs. Robinson is an active
i ate portunity of the Baptist Women odist Church, where she has
A and other friends of FNIMC to been former
a pianist seven
individual and group donations
years and taught Sunday School.
to the college in
She has
served as the secretaryof
form of foods, .
plies. All gifts will be gracious the Women's Society of Christian
received and Service of her church. She
acknowledged b
the sponsoring groups during> Is currently principal of the A

the formal program held on the .....
campus, according to Dr. R. W.
J Puryear, president of Florida d
lS + N&1M College.

This annual day long confab
Is being promoted and sponsored -
by the Woman's Missionary

and Educational Convention, ,
auxiliary to the Progressive
baptist State Convention of Fla.,
W a.M+' Mrs. Hannah D. Miller, presi }YSl
dent; Woman's Missionary and
qi f .M4 Educational Convention
ef aux-I
diary to the General Baptist MRS. ERNESTINE ROBINSON
Convention of Florida, Inc.; Mrs. i I "
qx Susie C. Holley, president; and The chairman, Mrs. Ernestine
y the Woman's Missionary and I Robinson, wife of Mr Joe B.
Educational Convention, auxiliary Robinson, and the mother of two
to the Missionary and Educational sons, Dr. Van Robinson and ':A
n a '4 1? '" Convention, Mrs. Annie vin of the United States Army,
*LYA& B. Brigham, president. Is an ardent worker of St Paul -'
She serves as secretary of the F
Y C. A, Gibbs Club, a member) o
MT. CALVARY BAPTIST Usher Board No. 1, and a mem, ,
ber of the Cathedral Choir. With I
Rev E. M. Thomas, pastor the of her
.., / Phyllis
Mrs. Johnnie P. Mason and th< MRS. WAl/TON Y. ROBINSON
: Sunday the number 4 many committee members, she
usher board will celebrate Its has exerted every effort for thi member of the Ebenezer Meth-
first anniversary. They are ask success of the day, and Is ask L. Lewis Elementary School of
': ; Ing the cooperation of the en ing the support of the member Homestead.Mrs. .

tire church. Free dinners will ship.Woman's. Jessie Smith Is
Pr be served after the program is Mrs. St. Paul. We look presently forward
N over. The public is invited to to the evening service to see
come. I Mrs. Smith will maintain the
On the following Sunday, Nov. crown, or shall we have a new
28 the Red Circle and Sunshine Day Mrs. St. Paul
Band are sponsoring a program
Mrs. Juanita Fisher, the chairman .
. They are asking the cooperationof
r the church. At of the Hospitality Club, in
Everyone is steadily prepare Temple vites you to have dinner in the
ing for the first i annex of the church and spend
anniversary o "Christian
our church. Take a the day with us
Stand For Christ in
a World of
members We are praying for all sick Doubt And Fear," la! the theme Sunday, Nov 18, you are invited
to have a speedy recov of the sixth annual observance to return to St Paul at :3
ery. of Woman's Day at Temple p.m. for our ground breaking
Baptist Church. This day is de service.
signed to enhance the leader The pastor Is asking that the
I I All State Tea A Success I Woman's Day at ship talents of the women of congregation, choir No. 2 and
St. the church. The chairman, Mrs. usher board No. 1 accompany
The Mary'sThe Lula Gray Colebrook has stated him to Mt. Ollvett Baptist
Church Episcopal by the organizations of the that no stones have been left Church on NW First court on
I women's Sixth AnnualAll church I women of St. Mary's will unturned to make this a red Wednesday, Nov. 14 at 7 p.m.
Tea which
was held I The members of the churchare I celebrate their annual Woman's letter day at Temple. Mrs. Es-
on Sunday, Nov. 4 at the very proud of the winners Day Nov. 11, 1600 NW fifth Ct. then Campbell, Chairman and -
church was declared a success. and they are looking forwardto oth morning and night. 0"r 11
of the women of Temple have j of Eastern Star; president emeritus -
Mrs. Clarice Littles, chairmanof another successful All States guest speaker for the morning worked unceasingly to m a k o I of Atlantic Coast Sunday
Colorado, was crowned Tea in 1963- worship will be Miss Marie this day a success spiritually I School and Training Union
Queen of States by Mrs. Leola' Our guest speaker for the r rJ' culturally and financially. All
occasion Mrs. Kate S. Deanof
Johnson, former Episcopal was activities during the day will
Churchwoman president. Princesses Christ Church. Her remarks center around the theme.

to the Queen are' Mrs. were based on our general] y.ip The keynote speaker will be

Sheba M. Martin and Mrs. Al theme -chairmen Unity. Mrs. Albertha he dynamic, peibonable, Chris-
termease Jarrette. Jt Ian leader, Mrs. Irene Pratt
Edwards and Mrs. She b r.
Wilder Our guest speaker has
Mrs. Littles is the first person Martin wish to express sincere had a colorful religious career
to lie crowned Queen of thh appreciation to all friends, visitors since early childhood. She !la
affair. She and her princessfwill and the congregation who
he daughter of the late Rev S.
reign throughout 19C2-G3 were responsible for helping r'
Sampson, pioneer religious
over all the activities sponsoreiGREATER them to achieve success. leader of our community and iHa,,,{ Arr+,7

founder of the Atlantic Coast
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Baptist Association and Mt. Oil
ST. MARK P.B. NEW PROVIDENCERev. cite Baptist Church. Her vast

Rev F. L. Johnson pastor C. J. Burney, pastor :Christian leadership can be at-

Mrs. Ruthie M. Scott, reporterAll Mrs; Claudia Wilson, reporterIt he ested_ following to by her organizations participation: in

captains, members and will be a busy time with 3 "st s,; rk

friends, we thank you for a Job the members on Sunday, Nov. 1 ": 1 -E Ei
well done for Men's Day that 11. Everyone Is invited to these

was observed here Oct. 28. Con various occasions, beginning _
tinue to climb to higher heights. Sunday morning with the Con
secration Services at 6 a.m. ,\, ,, 4wxWhite
Choir No. 2 will celebrate its and l/i-eakfast will be served in : i
first anniversary beginning the kitchen. At 3 p.m. the No.I h
Friday night, Nov. 9 There will 2 choir will be sponsoring a ; -----.-
be a musical program with various musical program at the church. member of Mt. zion MRS. LULA COLEBROOK
groups from the city and During the same hour the Baptist Church, a great c|vie
will climax Sunday, Nov. 11 at Mothers Board will tfc sponsor- worker and leader in our com Congress; one of the the national
3 p.m. Please come out and Ing a tea at the home of Sister munity. Our evening worshipwill secretaries to the treasurerof
have a good time. Our pastor Jessie Moore 16435 NW 22nd ue a musical with some; of the National Baptist Conven
delivered a soul stirring mes presence our outstanding talent in ,the tlon Women's Auxiliary and
sage Sunday night. will make these occasions a .community.Friday faculty member of the General
Visit the sick and shut-In and I night will climax but State Convention Women's Aux.
Pray with them.BAHA'I great success. drive with the raffle of the trip iliary of Florida.
to Blminl. The public Is Invited Presently she serves an clerkof
at Mt. to attend the affair. Who the Mt. Olivette UaptlY
ASSEMBLY Dr. Puryear knows, you might be the luck Church or which she is a char-
18 one. tre members.
Mrs. Toby Emanuel of 43 Star Tabor Nov.
St. Mary's male chorus and The evening program will
the Miami Beach, will give The public Is Invited to wor Blossoms of Liberty highlight beautiful music and
Judaism second of her lectures on ship with the Mt. Tailor family will present Miss Peggy Anderson three faithful members of the
at the 8 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 11 Sunday, Nov. 18 at 11 a.m. In In a recital Monday, Nov church will be honored at this
11th Baha'l Center, 137 NW of : special services sponsored by 26 at 8 p.m. at the church. Donation I srvlce. You can't afford to mjss

comparative ave. Based on a, her study sub the Home Mission Society of Mt. $1.00. MRS. IRENE WILDER I this activity, so please plan to
ject will be "Judaic religion Civilization." Tabor In recognition of Florida All captains, class leaders and spend the day at Temple, the
The Invit Normal Memorial and Industrial auxiliaries are asked to please President of the Atlantic church that cares.
ed to public Is cordially College Day. The speaker will report to the committee at the Coast Missionary and Educational An invitation Is extended to
attend. Phone Secretary
FR 1-5420 for further informa be Dr. R. W. Puryear, presidentof church hall Sunday, Nov. 11 Society; Matron of the the public to worship with us
tion. 'Fla. Normal College. from 4 to 6 pm. Victoria Ward Chapter of Order on Sunday, Nov. 11.f' .

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PAGE 12 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, ;)1 2I ,.' DEA.IH$ I Church Rev. A M. Griffin, pa-

,, .I THOMAS HICKS tor, following which he will b
i 1888 NW 67th St., died in Para
: ., Villa Convalescent Home Nov. sent to Vidalia
:: r' J : for fina
CARDS MEMORIALS: If rig' it/.. ,.i. ,.:: :: Survivors, are his father, John rites on Tuesday. He resided a
"If /,'.'; > :- .. Mrs Lucille Wil- 1323 NW 58th Terr.
'. .r : )Huns, four brothers and a sister GINA WYNN, 22 month ol
LEROY, POLLA t>- of. 2520 ; .Arrangements are incom, daughter of Mrs. Willie Ma(
NWttfl4thit., <,died. Nbv.. 1,.lie 'is' plete. Rahming of 6040 NW 12th (
I IN MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKS survived: by :his wife R6sle. ,'.one died Nov. 2 and was funeralizei Ave,

Tlaught4rfhis'panL, l.s; _:Mr and RUFUS WIGGINS In the chapel Nov. 7 with (
sad but Elde
our mother and loving sister memory, o' The family of the late, 'Mrs;:uohnnle' ,; i ;.rpUard,.,three' 6701 NW 17th Ave. was sent C B Rock officiating
; sisters and five brothers. He ,
ELLIOTT J. PIEZB ; In Alley Ga. Nov. 2 for final MRS. LIZZIE ROBINSOr
: was sent 'to" Shehaw Ala I
who departed this life Sat ; Nqv, raters. who came to the
1r: city Nov. 4 die
:8-for final .
1 1i jay, October 27, wish to take : ( tltg ,! ,c':, : !i Nov. 5. She was sent to Madison

this method of expressing 'our .FitEDrir1:1'ZON: dt-2737 'I'1W' MRS. LIZZIE MAE WEST Fla. Nov. 7 where services will]]

sincere thanks and appreciation ,50th St., died, NOV. 2.;"He is sUrvived 825 NW 70th St., was sent t(, be held She is survived by :
to the neighbors and I by .his wifei' Thessie Mae Quitman( Ga. Nov 2 for ser daughters including Mrs. Helen;
friends who were so kind dur three sons,'' Fk'eddfe B: vices and Interment. Her sur White, with whom she lwas vis
ing our hour of bereavement and Anthony, four sisters; Mesdames vivors are husband, mother, i Iting, a son, a sister and three
z Thanks for cards telegrams sisters
your Bertha' Law two brothers. brothers. ,
flowers and all kind
gestures Adams
Daisy Harrell and Ruth.
of. sympathy ie, three brothers.. 2azartth. MRS. ,DESSIE MAW. i2Ai.TiUl.!

:T John:peCJaI; E. Cuhner inanKS who to me officiated v eu. Ulysses, L J. He will lie-in-repose 1865 NW 66th-St.., died Oct i'"' Francis .

with the deepest sincerity at noon Friday Funeral and was sent to Louisville, Ala,,
services will be Nov. 2.MRS..
i And to the city and held Nov. 10 MRS SUSAN n.
county, at 12 AMBROSI]
1 noon in the chapel.
1i' officials, the owner, manager 444A NW 14th Terr., died Oct.!
i'J and staff of the Miami Times, LAURA HOLLIMAN 29. Services will be held on Saturday .
the owner, manager and staff of 4317 Mother of Mrs. Mary Stanley Nov 10 at 2 ,
i'I NW, 32nd Ave. died and p m the
3. He Buster
of WMBM, to the Alumni Association had been and Nelson Roll Church of God on NW 2nd Ct.
of BTW an employee of the man, died Nov. 6. She is
I High School, Seaboard also with Rev J. H. WoodsiJlf off!
to the Alumni of Florida A ana Airline Railroad for+Jb; survived by Elmo Vickers, he. elating. Remains will he -
His on view
M University, the House of Al years. survivors include two brother, three sisters, Mesdamei. in the
sisters beginning 5
a 4 bert Funeral Mesdames Millie B. Per Tommie Lee Redd prr
J Home. Last but Cora Cars Friday Survivors .
kins of ar her mt<
i not least to Mrs. Ella Jean Alexander Cincinnati of and Ruth I well and Daisy Rivers and eigh, band, Rev Zeph Amrbosi, Hire
Chicago. He
c P Smith. May God bless each ant. was grandchildren. Mrs. Holliman, sons, Joseph, Carl and
sent Thusday to' Sheffield Zeph L.
cj Ala. lived at 1590
of NW
everyone 56th
j you. tor'final rites., St. Ai two brothers and one sister. ],
The rangements
Family are IncompleteMRS. grand children.
I !" Miss Bessie Mae Scott, Miss
SARA L. WANAMAKER Earlie Mae Wims, little Cassan
who passed away November! 7 dra Wims, infant Frank TOMMIE L. MITCHELL
J 1957. !4JHir! IN MEMORIAM all of 2810 NWf48th St. were Wims vie-, 1457 NW 5th Ct., died Oct. 30, HORACE SirARPIJ
I C A loving thought, a secret tear .time:of :an, accidental Services were conducted Nov. 0 1467 NE 15Uh Terr, North 1'11.' !
In drowning
your memory very & The, Church
accident ,
.11 mother (
sister ices
't God gave us strength to fight r It, and great grandmother claimed:: at;faith victim Lero Rev W. E Sims, pastor. H e i will be held on Nov. 111

:,,t1 Courage_,to,bear_ the. blow 11II.\, ....... TWIiIo.---_ lucker. 'Surviving 'the Wims n"survivors..",.....", include,.._ ___.a ,son_ Freddie__ r:j at: hll"'f'h 2:30: ..p..In m... T at.Ih"..Mt.,..,......Tabor. ,("II., ... Baptist mt...
.- DU wmn 11; meant to lose you, lamuy, ii Barents; : .ana '; .VJC. ana .Mrs. --- 6.O. ,y uy Lillo'
No one will ever know parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rich gram fl, I Lawyer, a brother, Charles c1C1ly, body will be on view in t h i e

Bettye Wheeler, daughter Winis .ana other relatives '!'he., sisters and an uncle, Rogers Jr. chapetl 6 pm Friday and i t
y Gibbs
; Flossie ving4L Methodist Church in
I Rogers, sister wiljl -ilq J11'repose at the chapei
And Family 4 pm. -'rrday. Services L North Miami Beach 6:30: a.m, on
.1 l 'conducted" wm i* Saturday Survivors include hi),;
baturuay'at 3u: ,, JUNIUS MONTGOMERY
: at, the" p.m JR. wife Bertha; mother, Maude, i:3
; First, Baptist .1424 NW
Qiurcn Ave.
v IN MEMORIAM I o* died Nov. brothers, Leroy Arthur Lee and
i ji urgwnsvlllg '_ ..... ..: 2. A brother, Harry, niece, Anile Calvin, four sisters Mrs. Rosebud :::; .
In sad but loving memory oft LEOY r Lee are survivors. He will Mason, Mrs. i'aulineVtl.
..._ i'UCl'hK: be
"Of 2922 N46tJt" W sent to Davis Station S.
C. son, Mrs. Bernice
oa st/dieo-.Nov*:J. lie is sui for services and burial. Juanita.
ted Tjy ma, panms air. a n u

Uhthers} :jugenJ iucjter, two Clarence Gillis died in Jackson
JameS'anu' Aieuous, BABY GIRL ROLLE
t L Hospital Nov. 5
'i as the
1t result
F 1'S1eliaam 01
: s. aviary cnumwiima an automobile 028 NW 1st ave., died Nov. 2.
d.gl. r ters-'Jessle: trade Searcy, 1.1&4..., burvivinj are his accident Oct. 13 Graveside services were held on
qukn tray, : Jean \'Viiu. moth }Friday, Nov. 9. Survivors include
,fro er, a
son three
t .4 ttiia onuin ana brothers
r t x .wHf'Ile- Wn/ie/ b. t11. and four sisters. her parents and other rela
+ m leyobe: ovgiuiuug Funeral ser tlves.

h t'.P.m.! .:jftuday, aune draper. oe at ....-, 11-., ,-.- __._._u I,
yB> Wilh pe halts batuiuu.: ---------------.
o),. J: p.m.. along!' with me '
IOU i 756 NW 49th
) Pl vl :Uulx'ai: xiiot: : baptist Uiuitn. StreetNo
l ruwnsvalle.,
1 nb..t.w.A, SARAH Mi:AL v_ qualifying. No closing costs. Act now. This won't

.J.'N4V !'4" lultttt bt.tUItU: ups laht. Enjoy this beautiful CBS home for Christmas.
-- .V\Kd: UiN INUV b ana as DUl Fabulous 30x15 Fla. ,
rlh room real fire
MRS. CHARLOTTE QIBSON' 1.\,1JY a uaugntei: .lvJ.l'W; .vine: .b ... chen with place, large kit ,
who departed this life Novem. 4Uiuvv'ies, two aisteis: : dim two. breakfast nook, full dining room. Fenced
l I b'er 11, 1061. uwtuersn rear yard with barbecue pit. See Mrs. Gerard Sat. i

May she rest In peace and. ..U1'a. Odessa Adams, a lonb' and Sun. 1 to 6 pm. on premises.
light perpetual shine upon hc, I.fliu: lebiueai; anu iU'UeutUI.U: ".,
Mrs Lucille Pinkney, 'VU\tI'. wno uveci at lutv/ m, EDISON REALTY
daughtoi I'i A>IU ot.I; uitu iiov. J.. one M &u -
Mrs. Marie Hlggsdallghter I .' t1y her grams uamit= ., PL 1-2441 175 NW 62nd St. I IL",1
Ruth Gibson, daughter vividn King, Bait Jj! .
---- Floyd Gibson Wiliiam gei b, inu. .... ._._ .
JULIA JOHNSON ,, son : Aioa ;t turnijussuei ltUDd1, r 1
who died November 10, 1061. 10 grands and three great u uivmei, joe uLku.a. L

,\, Gone But: not forgotten. grand children ,tr, terse! great grantor: ,br1 .....
l'' The Family were held 'iue&uay m lu..." ". ANNOUNCEMENT
tuiei AMK cnuicn.

; IN MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKSThe Kb V. AL.LAIN i, ii:RGUSUt f, Beautiful Richmond Homes now building In Richmond
assistant pastor of St.)
AiaH... .
family of the late
i In sad but loving aapiibt Ciiujui= Heights. Mrs Ora D. Taylor is proud to
memory of REV. EMMA F. WATSON uieu Nov b. lit announce that the
our daughter, wishes to express sincere thanks resided with nis wise, iaa i.,. is selling beautiful Veterans, FIIA and other homes
lalu MW ban hi. He in Kith-
and appreciation to many neighbors is: also sui
,.' and friends and the pastor, rived by his niece, Mrs. CyntU4.. Heights. "The Sepia" community with a background and a

/ officers and members of Greater xieneoy several sisters uau future for yon and your family. Call 759-5221: :
orotfters or m: .VI2KJ;
Bethel AME Church for theii including Howell ti.
I, kind expressions of sympathy vin ana Mrs Edith, also Airs. evenings for information or appointment. She and her fine

':, 'j during the passing of its loved Victoria Hanna and I. CunnlriA staff will be happy to serve yon.
:',1' one. Many thanks to all wht nam. Rev. Ferguson will lie rt

I 4;*"' sent flowers, also those who membered by many long tinx Main Office. 4208 N.W. 7th Ave., Miami, Florida

; gave words of sympathy. Ma> residentshaving some to this,
,I'I God bless and keep you all. area in 1913 he has been affil
': The ated ,with St. :: :::. :: :: =:::.:: :: : .
I Family'Joseph Matthews eve :: :: :: :: ::
1, Watson, husband since. Funeral services will I

Mrs. Lucille Surmons, sister be held Saturday Nov. 17 at 1 M. S. Allen

.' Emma Bessie Watson daughter, officiating.pm. with the Rev.I N. F. Clark Funeral


','1' Mrs. M E. Stet enl: returned Home i
sister loving memory of our dear Sunday'evening'from Brooklyn
ray and wife
\ F where she attended
BERTHA the funeral 1
MRS. REDMONDwho u: her Mrs.
sister rlUnie Orrhh
passed November 11, 195 8. Henderson,. who died on- 1744 N.W. 3rd AvenueI I
Sleep on and take your rest, tVU 27.
<.w we love you but the Lord loved Mrs. Henderson
was the
.:AI you best. There's no one can I rl ----- '
lUlU A
'! JANET ELAINE DRANTLEY take your place. I ,urc Phillip Cornls.1 of Harttor a +a .o-> sv r 1'( .tiUU7

:'l who departed this life Novem Essie B. Patterson, sister' island, Ba amas. She) lived in Matthew
ber 4, 1060. Willie Redmond, husband Miami, ard later moved 'and H. Rahmings, Funeral Director Embalmer

You are not forgotten loved ono The res< of the family! matte her home' in New York Lewis

Nor will you ever be, where she remaine! for thj pus t Do. Newbold, Manager
; .,7': .. As long as life and memory last Hears.
'; .'.. CARD OF Juanita B. Hooks
We will remember thee, She leaves to mourn h r'1's- Mgr: (formerly withB.

Your loving face family of the Me :sing, a Daughter, Mrs. Doris Solomon
Your loving smile, your gent.'e: RALPH EUGENE DeLANCJf: black two. granddaughters, six Funeral Home

i,' face who departed this life Oct. 13, C'eat,.jrandchUdr-n three sK-
No one can fill your vacant wish to express their sincerest ters, Miss Ellen Co-nisii.. of .
place thanks to the many friends and Miami:

Ah bitter was the trial to part neighbors for your comfortlr.i New York MM F hel Sweeting .- ..-... ..,Elizabeth B. Dorse, ApprenticeCharlie
With sadness we recall expression of sympathy during and Mrs. M.,F. Stevens of Mi
You had a kindly word for each their hour of bereavement. ami; seven nieces 11 nephews, .
And died beloved by all. Annie Jane DeLancy, and many corrowing friends. Jordan, Attendant

Rev and Mrs. P. D. Brantley Brother and Family j May shp rest In peace.


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$250 down, total $8,500. $74
CBS big rooms
2 bedroom CBS, large lot, fruit monthly Nice --
trees, fence yard, a dream house. for comfortable living. See 1754 1
-- Only $400 down, $71 per month. NW 42nd St A. Ben-Korl, Real. : Real Estate School
FOR RENT Owner pays your closing,tOtS.1' tor 2644 NW"62nd St. Nltes PL I Trammell Ii
Don't miss this one. LI PTS 95533. Days. OX'1372. '. I I II
\uUOOM\ Cottages, water furnished DEALTY, 4932 NW ,7th ave. PL of 1" L1.'l. '"see R3ldrooni The Trammell Memorial Real Estate School is now
$10 week 569 NW 8th St. 9-4371. Open. Sunday, Bl 1411 NW interested in salesmanship or
I 43rd"St. $400) down; $83 Montlj.'M enrolling the persons
P17 7.2902. c ..,,,Rarkuarn.... Close tq i .' brokers course Our student are passing the State
E. PICARD DELUXE 6-ROOM house, 2 bed. schools. Call me, ATBen-Korl, Real Estate course because our course is throughly
Rental Agency tile bath and Fla. Realtor, 2644 NW 62nd St. Nltes
room, room with the Florida Real Estate Laws, and un der
Rental collections; propertymanagement No mortgage fee, C2nd"St; and PL 95533. Days OX 1pm.OP geaired
I gtvSn
real estate instruction. A salesman course *
10th Ave. Call 634-81&7., $450 competent
669 NW 8th St. FR 7-2902 down Nil :TOmonth. "rotal'$9 JS EF *950-Nt1IME..$<&00 .oWn s& free after passing the State ,Board. Others who htive

efficiencies, utilities CBS SefliOOl'NW: 42nd'St.mils not taken our course but from other source are wel
included $12.50 a week. 620 N.W CORNER, 2 bedroom CBS, ,tile is-a go6d4>uy',A'Uen'Korl,'Real come'to join in the'salesman class, We are building
8th St. FR 72902.2BEDROOM roof, garage, awnings, appliances I tor. ,'2644, W$2; nt'Str'Nite4'PL a wealth of resource books, in our library! all late
air conditioner, etfr. "In' 553 *"'P.X, 372"Open. editions for general use of our students. The public
DUPLEX furnish the heart of Manor Park." 47th .S SaturBay 'and Sunday: school and office at 4208 NW
is invited to visit our
unfurnished. 1 bedroom St., 10th Ave. $400 $76 ,
ed or 4335
clos 2 6. p.m. ";$78.:-month. See Miami 37 Fla. Phone 759.5221.
Owner Ave.
apt furnished. Adults 'or will month, pays your NW 8th :Awe Fenced cornier; 7th ,
take child up to 3 years old. 72'iNW \Ing costs. LIFE PL REALTY 4932 ?rot" qt: :- the_ children, near ORAi D. TAYLOR REALTOR
55th Terr. Phone MU NW 7th Ave. 9-1371.
I' schools. CBS, Fla. room, garage
10325. Open Sunday. large closets, fire place plus

heating and air condition, """ ," '"""
BEAUTIFUL ROOM In private SPLIT LEVEL, 2 bedroom CBS I sprinkler system. My best buy.A. """ """
home. Live Just like home. 1826 tile roof, garage, appliances. Ben-Kori, Realtor, 2644 NW King Solomon's TWO SISTERS
NW 55th St. Phone NE 32740. I II $400 down, .$71 month Owner 62nd St. Nites PL 9-5533. Days
I pays your closing costs. A OX 19372.
MODERN furnished room with strong house. LIFE REALTY, HOROSCOPE BOOK
all conveniences,.Including nice 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 94371. Lovely bedroom CBS on cor
kitchen In quiet place. Call OX Open Sunday.3BEDROOM ner. No qualifying but need
1-1861. some cash 1 down Drive by 794
NW 43rd St. Immediate pose
pri.l ; CBS. Freshly ion. .What's your offer? lau'A.
ROOM FOR NICE person, and .painted, fenced yard, appliances., Ben-Kori, Realtor 2644 NW
vate bath, call evening Some furnture. The best. $500 62nd St. Nites PL 9-5533. Days.
morning OX 13827. down, $75 month. No qualifying,, OX 19372.
move right in. LIFE REALTY, ,
FURNISHED Apt. with yard, 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. ANTEDWANTED it,
reasonable, call OX 1-2126. Open Sunday. : Settled'woman tc ;r
live in, baby-sit with one child
2-0 DUPLEX furnished in home. 'Room ,and board plus;
or unfurnished. 1 bedroomapt 1309-1311 NW 44th St. 2 bed salary. Ph..OX 1-2073.OX,1-0825( .
will baths CBS. Furnished .
furnished Adults or rooms, 2 '
take child up to 3 years old. duplex with enclosed garage. MASTER Your Problems by Dl
729 NW 55th Terr. Phone MU Small down payment. Morton vine Metaphysics,. for advice
10325.M3EDROOM. Realty, PL 12436. 'guidance to your problems,
send birth date;. three questions:
apt. Very clean. Professional, 3- and $200 to1 William H. Felton,,
Adults only. Opa-locka area. CallMU COLORED bedroom, 2 baths, 1 acre, feno PS.D., 2473" '7th': :Ave., ,New York Dl

17001. ;d, schools. $81 monthly. CE 30,tNY. .

$18 WEEKLY. 3 bedroom house, 5-3081. 'FOR'RENT .j Two Heads Are Better Than One

free gas and water, stove and Before, 'season opens, Head Psalm 21, 2 and li for SuccesN
NW 21th Ave., rear ef- -
C043 home, plus
CBS 2 modem
Opportunity to rent, TO HEAD:
of 2398 NW 61st furnished. $400 down, THIS BOOK
mly $11,500 FHA. Ethel Rein- store,.colored. '..., I(,Per- 1. Prayer for Luck, especially Money.
DUPLEX apt., large electric 1-bedroom kit :irt, Broker, 47G9 NW 17th ave.'hone rine). Due to death of"owner 2. Prayer to Overcome Sickness It You Have Faith In God

with chen.Fla.Near room bus, and all Grandway. 6319845JEW who opera tec4] ,grocery 3 Prayer to Stop a Lying Tongue, and Many More.

1242 NW 51st Terr. Adults only. store; successfully ,years,, AT
To see call 6316333. BARBER .CHAIR, non. f fixtures ,and] equipmentavailable GET THIS BOOK

hydraulic $100 Fruit case with at. sacrifice!!,, price j NW 62nd' St. & 14th Alve.Jay' .
NEW' 2-BEDROOM Apts Contain 10 feet long, $50. ,. J&J Drug
ompressor: Store also.suitable for sundries 20th St. & 4th Court
and refrigerator. Miami Beach. .NW
new stove 253!, Collins Ave., Drug
318! NW 59th St. Call III 81119. ,drugs> Apparel j radio, 54th Street Drug !11201 NW 54tr Street
Open for inspection. 3EAUTIFUL HOME.. 3-bedroom TV) etc., plumbing suitable mall orlersV"'M..VIILV.tI
2 i baths, take over payments. )f r'e.'u' parlor. Borryl 1 Due to low stock, we cannot send'
1321 NW ,
SMALL HOUSE. .7GO NW 152nd Terr. .
FR ,MO 63465UN
Ct. For Information call 33SECSS5 sssrsnsrccfl
37990. .6- )277IU1I

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home for refined }\UI" VJI"-I.o"' W>
I 1100M In private Moriah Church Nursery
I man. OX 10135. Kndergarten. 4 months up, i

1742 pick up, delivery. Hot meals. 3
: reasonable rates. 4922 NW 22nd Ave.
nOO\ISh St. OX 12031. b31-0173. L : PUBLIC NOTICE


rest room, of customers in this .area we wish to
all convenience, thousands
for rent (hire) with To 0ur

air conditioned, bar for refreshments. Open appointment now giving U. S. Defense
the city picnics, that we are
church schools, in and out of announce
to ,
wSiST' : 1m1I1II' and payments. These
etc. 70. Stamps with your purchases


PL 9-0669 YU 3-1648 stamps are redeemable at any Post Office for Govern-,

ment Savings Bonds.


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Tile Bathroom I
Venetian BlindsWashing and quality.
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Machines Laundry '

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-; : --c-hOb1iFan American Education Week 1 rj

j ._ . i
the three troubled persons who
AEW Week at Dramatists' "Tri- met beneath it What occured '
after they met was responsiblefor
J. W. Johnson"The Clash" A Smash Try the successful -

ma, "Three Under The mrll3oro,"

concept of free public There were a thousand lighted which received smash ovations

education for all the children eyes in the skyline of New from two paced housed When it

of all the people is fundementalto York City that chilly fall night was recently by the
our American Way of Life," I They glared through a pelting Mays High Dramatists ih t h @
i mist af the) awesome steel structure school's auditorium:
according to James Reddick, I of the friboro Bride and Leading a huge talented east
chairman of the J. W. Johnson
were William Dean as a punchy
School American Education -7r.-
Week Committee. boxer reduced by a brain injuryto

Here Is of AEW a blundering, Uncoordinated
,a summary
child Lessie Haynes as a young
plans: A girl forced by a past of frustration -
Nov 12 Modern
Monday, -
Curriculum meets the Chat. and loneliness into the
1 n dark depths of her mind, and
lenge of Changes Mrs. Pauline -
Preston Robinson as an actor
Dunn speaker. Mrs. Veronica -
,. O'Berry, and First Grade in Lit snuUbed by the public and seekIng .
reactification in speedy
fS a
of devotion.
charge suicide. The Mays High Drama.
Nov. 13 Effective (
Lists made their first production
Meets the Challenprrof
of the year a successful seasonPRESTON

Change Lester AlMert, ....,..,...-,._ -------.
speaker, Mrs. Sarah 0. Franklinand ;
Mr the second grade- are ir 1 .y r P
charge of devotion. 4 i
Wednesday, Nov., 14 School. r r b yi ''..

,..t' ,f cad Community Partnership...;: Mrs. t
Edna Starke and the sixth grade
students in charge of devotion !

Thursday, Nov. 15 Life

long Learning Miss Gloria

Humes, speaker. Mrs. Carrie L. KM n.rwI
yr a v. r. --- Arnold and fourth grade students I

. Organizes Principal's Scholarship Club Friday In,charge.Nov 16 International 1ftOI.......... ..Ii..JII'I.. .II'Ll a

meeting of all schools in thi Understanding Mrs. I WILLIAM DEAN
Tucker Elementady organized, Mary Bannerman, speaker. MlsrWilhelmenla !
at the end of the first reporting area at Carver High School' Johnson and second I

< period, a Principal's Scholarship:; (The music department of Carver grade in charge. p

Club. The club Is designed tc will be in charge.) Open House will be on Wednesday 'Brownsville PTA

t stimulate school wide Interest In Monday, Nov, 12 Dr. Hall, Nov. 14 from 7 p.m. to

R 1 scholarship; to make pupils superintendent of Dade County 8 'p.m. Parents-Teachers meeting ,Meets Tuesday
aware of the fact that the prln- Public: Schools, will deliver a will be held from 8 p.m. to

t clnal Is Interested in their countywide address 'n keeping 9 p.m. on the'same night On Tuesday, Nov. 13, the
: achievement and to Rive the with the week's theme Brownsville Junior High PTA

I principal an opportunity to A discussion on National will hold its meeting at 11 a m.
Ii: show appreciation to the pupil* Children's Book Week during the Holmes Plans For This meeting Is planned so that
for maintaining high scholastic --_...__._..-..
along with the business of the
regular devotional period. ((7:30-:
who have AEW
achievements. 9.00); Live Classroom Demonstration PTA parents will have an opportunity ROBINSON
? earned a B-plus average or to visit the school since
presented by fifthgrade \ opener, one with fire and poig
above for the six-weeks periodare The Holmes Elementary fam-
and teachers this will be American: EducationWeek
pupils on Miami will Indeed be
': eligible for membership. ily is busy ,planning for Us observance nancy.
Arithmetic. The
"Teaching American Education watching the Dramatists as
Twenty-two boys and girls demonstration will Include a ,Qf A very !IIf'p.cialinteretng: : projram their in further dramatic
become regular classroom drill period Week has been arranged' for you. changes of the future.
who met the criteria have Sunday, Nov. 11 the faculty -
l'' and follow-up activities. The Shall we expect you?
Initial members. They received will attend services at sever
badges and have work overhead projector and slides al of the churches of our,school B. T. WashingtonAEW
displayed on the Principal' will be used to show follow-up community. AEW at Nathan

Bulletin Board. These member activities to parents. The parents Throughout the week the general ProgramIn
will also receive arithmetic
are: theme 'will be subdividedand YoungThe compliance with President
booklets with basic requirements
\1' Jhn Chambers, Audrey! Coney for each grade level. discussed ,on the morninr Nathan Young familywishes Kennedy's message! and in con-
Shelreba Hudson Marsha devotionals by outstanding lead; extend invitationto vention with schools through.
L. SmttI1. SandraE. Tuesday, Nov. 13 Discussion will be Mrs.: I to an '
Beard L ers. Our speakers the public to Join them in the out the nation, Booker T. Washington
ws : McGahee\ "wnat is Americantlon Educa; 0. ,Alexander
Andrea Miss
;' E. A. Range, observance of American Education -i is participating in the
Polle Poltler, Kathy Sclpplo, Vir- Week?" by Maggie Brown,, Rev. F L. Thompson, Mrs. Byre Week, Nov. 1117. I 32nd annual observance of

pie Simmons, Tanya E. Stra- sixth grade pupils. and Mr. S. Cohen. Some of the special events of American: Education Week, Nov.
chan, Doris D. Wallace Rosa i Twilight school especially for 1117.
Wednesday Nov. 14 Special are:
Lanier, Jascquelyn Sands Ernest ceremony honoring, Mrs. Fran the parents, will be held or Open House at 8 p.m. Nov. 14; Highlighting the agenda (of

Graham, Morton Small, ces S. Tucker for whom the Tuesday, Nov. 13 at 8 p.m. The Mrs. Ruth N: Polite, guest speaker American Education Week are
Timothy Hayes, Clarence Smith, school is named. Sneaker for the program of activities include" r on Nov. 15 at 0 p.m., and the following activities:
Herbert Holman, Marylyn Butler occasion will be Mrs. S, Dean: skit, "Instant Education. T h r speaker on Nov. 16 at 9 a.m. Nov 11, a program of music
Beverly Counts, Wanda Holland retired assistant principal o'' cast is ,comprised of fifth an' Mrs. Margerey Conroy guest will be rendered by the music

and Reynolds Martin.At Carver, sixth\ graders. Mrs. Josephine D. Mackey, department.Since .
Thursday Nov. 15 and Friday Since, Children's Book Wee1comes principal; Mrs. Hazel W. Mat- the program designed:
the end of the year pupils at the same time the 1 J. I I
to the observance of Na.
have four out Nov. 16 Pupils report or !hews, reporter. open
who membership
i' brary will have hundreds of nv tional Education Week, obser.
weeks will receive book reviews.In .
of the six
of five
books on display. vance of Veterans Day and to
.a;, certificates certificate Pupils whohave for addition to these activn 0 The members of the commun AEW Week at commemorate the contributionsof

received a will a display of pupils work In thf Ity are Invited to come and vis' Rainbow ParkIn the Civil wars, the Wand will
of two
a minimum scholarship years pins areas of language arts and with us during this entire wee'We play "The Blue and The Gray
c receive gold of the sixth arithmetic may be seen In the must all do our share bj observance of American Civil War Suite" by Clare
h upon completion window of Dr. Van R. Robin helping education to meet th l Education Week the school} Grundman; "Battle Hymn of

t, grade. son's office, local dentist In thr I challenge of change. nlanned a special program '" The Republic" with chorus and

During the week of November community PTA meeting Monday. Nov. 1'> band. A brass choir and chorus
11.16 Tucker will also observe We extend an invitation tr' District 10 PTA The theme for that rt"v is "A will be featured. The chorus
American Education and National all parents and friends of Tuc. 'ndprn Curriclulum Meets!' th'ipnge will also render "The Nation's
:' Children's Book' Week. The I ker to visit our school throughout Meets\ ( Saturday "' :: of Change.,: All TV Creed" and "Shenandoah."

f "., following activities have been the week. PTA .ants anrt friends are asked! t Tuesday, Nov. 13, "Efflcetlve
Isaac J. Meares, principal 'District No. 10 will meet .... Meets the "
scheduled for this period. ',lea hp" p .pqf>nt. and to visit Teaching Challenge
Sunday, Nov. 11 Combined Helen Baisden, reporter. Saturday; at Floral Heights! Ele .11 during that week. will be presented over the public
4!I mejitary School; .The workshor
The school patrol and the !stu: address system. The school
meeting, the theme of which 1"i will
community project
"' sponsoran
f "The Emotional Disturber1Child. tent Council were Install
:' House ". Mondav during an imoresslv I observance Wednesday evenIng -
Liberty City Open at : An ,efficient group of .
for the UTA on Nov. 14.
-end the Importance of the
1 "ders'; consultants and recorders -
't McPhp'ore The n on Nov. 15 the Future
I ElementaryCelebrates Orchard Villa !' have been rp1e:: ted.
Teachers of America Club will
,Our ,State President A. L. Os- ;it fv' tlonc Martin GaffenvnonH
rood will he present! alone with the ntirno nf the school; present its annual Charter Day
AEW Week A special committee to plar .Mrs. Lucille Phllllps, Broward patrol Officer Smith member program featuring Miss Maude
the annual: observance of American Countv 'Council' _president tr of the Jfptrn'ptv T nartmentrols Newbold.

the United States Education Week at Orchard ?omplet plans for the statr and spoke briefly on the Dade County Junior College
All over will climax the week-long observance -
American Villa Nov. 11.17 was! !=I organized meeting In February. 'mnortanre) of fI 'etv. Franklin
I celebrating
schools are This under the chairmanshipof Mrs. Grace Albert and he 'qOqq: program director of the with a special Open
Education Week.chairman American year,. Mrs. Helen Everett. 'acuity with Mrs. Marie Huf sever! Branch YMCA installedhe ; House activity at its new location
I' Fannie Henry, on 27th ave.
have made very elaborate, plan patrols and the Student
Education Books Committee
Other of the'committee *
members foe this meeting Council. ""Dannv 'Rov" WIICl henu'w -
and her and committee friends to invite visit are Messrs. 0. Allen, L ftll11v a bv Chxr' t"orhnn.vE'lvn Panel DiscussionsAt

the public Aether and W: Cannon.- MCF Nixon' and Kelet nl>:.
with us during its observanceof dames T. Wilson, E. Wa shinf Open House at "'., rppit' d 'Mte Uan W h nwlnCl. Dorsey Jr. High

same. ton, C. Hammock M. Richard- Carver Sunday ." Mrs. T\ Wrl ht'* fifth Dorsey Junior High School
The following events are s6n D. Lynch and B. Griffin will Monday Nov. 12
rrade class sang two songs asa present ,
In observance of American
scheduled by the committee: Misses J. A. Golatt and A. Spicer. -
I Education Week Carver Elementary request because they were at 8 p.m. in the auditorium during -
Nov. 9.17 School exhibitionat School is planning a ver' lone so well on a wevlotn pro- its regular PTA a panel dis

Kenny's Furniture, 6535 NW The activities for. the week special program for Sunday af. "ram. Remarks were made:: bv cussion for its 42nd annual ob-
7th ave. I temoonNov. 11. We are haying TTerhert T'\,., and the principal. servance of American Education -
will include speakers: John S
Monday Friday, Nev. 12-J& Drake, principal Earllngton Open House from 2 p.m. tr< K'ncultv rdvlsors for the groups Week. "Education Meets
Open House. Heights; C. Allgood curriculumassistant 1:30: p.m. This will give parent', ire Mrs. Mildred Espy and Miss the Challenge of Change" is this
Monday, Nov. 12 Assembly Brownsville Jo. High- 'm opportunity to see their, Barhira Farmer year's general theme. The panelists
program, 9 a.m. A. D. Moore, president of CORE child's, work and to acqu?'I"" Mrs. Ruth Cannon librarian. will discuss the following
Tuesday, Nov 13 Book Rev. W. F. Savoy, Grace Pre themselves with the surroundings -, Is the proud mother of little daily themes:

Fair.Wednesday byterlan Church; Miss E. De- in,which he learns.: Miss Janell Yvonne Cannon. Our American Heritage, A
Nov. 14 Art veaux and W. F. Cannon, fellow We are hoping that each Congratulations and best Modern Curriciulum, Effective
Exhibit eachers.; you will make a special efforto wishes ,to our secretary h 0 Teaching, School-Community
Nov. 15 Parent. visit us, not only on Sun* Is, now Mrs. Atlas Turner. Partnership, Life Long Learn
Pupil Luncheon, 10-1:00: p.m. Parents are Invited to 0 pen afternoon but throughout the I Mrs. R. L. Fortson. principal; ing, International Understanding
Friday, Nov. 16. Musical louse on Tuesday night, Nov. entire week. I Mllle Nelson and S, frank Mccoy and a Look Ahead to Meet

Festival, 8 p.m. 13. M. I. Bannerman, principal I reporters. "' the Challenge. of Change. .. ,


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North Dade Phil Ossofer Says SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1962 PAGE 15
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To Spearhead AEW The fourth annual Equal Opportunity BETHUNE ELEMENTARYThe Parade Contest. The winning
Reading Albert W. Cooke's posters will be distributed in
Day awards dinner
"Cousin under the Skin" (Oct. the community on display.
Activities"Our 27 issue) I was deeply impress. will be held at the EvergladesHotel Bethune family extends

ed with his belief in man's right Saturday, Nov. 24. heartfelt sympathy to our cafeteria The Junior Red Cross Drive
American Heritlage" expressed has begun and will end Nov.
to search for
enlightenment and Mrs. L.
A yearly event focusing: special manager 15. All classes to make
in lyric and music aloni in his are eager
personal battle for reasonas attention on national Brotherhood during the recent loss of her this banner
with Open House to the goner against blind faith. EOD Is sponsored locally mother. Get-well wishes to Mrs. year.
The committeeDugie's
T. North and Mrs. N. Wilder publicity
are slated for Sunday
public Urban
al the Greater Miami
He cites
stories of who were recently hospitalized.We .
the activities
11, opening ; nationally
Nov. the Tower of Babel and of Noah League. It is proclaimed
for American Education Week and the flood by President Kennedy with have planned a schedule
saying, "It ain't
Guest HouseThe
,it North Dade Juniar.SeniorJIlgh full support from Miami Mayor of activities for American Edu-
necessarily so. Does his statement
School in Opa-locka. mean that the Bible must Robert King High. cation Week. Please come out
be ignored or disbelieved because to visit us during this week. house of clean rooms
Emphasizing the theme of the The day appropriately coincides
day' "Our American Heritage' certain parts are not literally with the anniversary of Tuesday night Open House Open 24 hours NE 4-3851
Meets The Challenge of Changesthe true? To this I say, "IIain't Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg and assembly by the fifth Seeing is BelievingSee
2:30 p.m. musical prograrr necessarily so," for they address of 1863. grades. On Nov. 15 the PTA will
follows morning church worship can be interpreted as parables National Teachers Day. Rev. H. us for clean rooms
at community services and Webster's dictionary states thata A guest speaker prominent in C. McDowell will be the speaker Jamaica Dugie, always a
precedes the Open House scheduled parable is a fable from whtct' national government activities during the morning assmbly.All friend
for 3.30 until 4 p.m. a moral is drawn for Instruction. will be announced shortly.
Awards will also be presentedto classes are working very I 2941 NW 47th St., Miami
The general theme of AEW Much of the spiritual and educational organizations furthering the hard to. compete in the Poster INDF
"Education Meets The Challonge value of the New Testament cause of educational equality.
is derived from the
of is emphasized '
specific areas through 'I parable of the beloved Jesu Last year's speaker was JohnB.
in more theme-a-day method. Does this mean His stories must! I Duncan, government attorney
he literally true? They do not, and the first Negro com- JET TV CLINIC
For Monday's theme, "A for His heavenly message is enfolded misioner for the District of Co.
Modern Curriculum Meets the within them. lumbia.

Challenge of Change'of Dr.Pul/lic Joe Recently three students in o i Mrs. Louise Blasser is the
Hall, superintendent 1962 EOD chairman.The 907 .2nd AVENUE
Instruction, will speak through California college quit a geologi'class \
a radio broadcast on the specific because their professor insisted I 1 Greater Miami Urban:
and growth in Dade that it was impossible for
changes League an agency of the United OPENING SPECIAL
the earth to We completely covered
Following this, Charles
County. Fund, is administered by an in.
D Wyche, principal of North by water. He regretted thestudnts' terracial board of and
:men women
action that he This ad and cash
Dade High will give a special saying from all walks of life. $1.00
to. his students and fac. had to stand by scientific proof
message regardless of religious dogma. By gathering facts about racial Are worth a $2.50 call
conditions In all facets of
ulty.The This month
Future Teachers of Amer He also said that religion and community living:, the Urban
ii-a will show how "Effective science were really compatable. League strives to achieve a goal
Teaching Meets the Challenge I accept this for I believe that of equal opportunity for all. Sales Service Rental r
the general public religion must agree with science
f Change" as
1) is invited to. attend their and reason. I also believe that With these facts the League Radio Hi-Fi Television
stories which do not meet education( consultation
in an assembly on Bible engages in
presentation afternoon. The publics the standards of science or reason conferences, community Phone FR 4-2044
Tuesday also invited to observe in- are parables. As such, they organization and persuasion -
i.ruction during the school day do not lose their increase trying to improve the working
eyes their value is and living conditions of all minority
for reasoning minds can grasp groups and to promote
Pop messages from a student and accept their basic truths. better understading among Dade
address system, at intervals County's racial groups.
citizen will In Genesis 1.14, On the third
teacher, parents day, God (having made day and
via the school's public
)p given
the first day) made the
Wed.nl"ay's night on
luring the day, to point up
"SchoolCorrmunlty sun, the moon and the stars t<
theme, Now tell book and must search out .- i.'ghc'X
the light up the world. me, we ret--- ?
Partnership f we are to accept this literal its spiritual truths with a spiritual l** Social Functions Meeting ..Conferences -*'
of Change.
Challenge how could we believe there eye.I Weddings Banquets Engagements
A book review session will were two previous days without congratulate you Cousin ( Lunches Brunches Dinners ;
demonstn the sun in the sky?
climax the day-long
Cooke on your stimulating "The Best By Test"TRY
Hon on Thursday in the school t. Come let us reason together thinking. You have entered the OUR WEEKEND SPECIALSI CALL SY .1
library as it gives Impetus ) truth is hidden path of search the path for
the theme, "Lifelong l learnln for spiritual and which true seeker longs. Check In Friday Afternoon Check Out Sunday Afternoon t)
Is every
therein "God a spirit
t Includes Continental Breakfait and Beaded toy for Each
wards awaken
"Internation they that worship him must May your
Friday's: theme, c Perion (
;al Understanding Meets The worship him in spirit and in begin their own search for $11.95 Each (Double Occupancy) s '
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