The Miami times
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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: November 17, 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
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System ID: UF00028321:00343

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I Bias Charges Split AFt-nlo! & NAACP sR ) ., : .\,'. i''

I ;r :l WASHINGTON The AFL- the AFL-CIO has suspended financial r Y 41 t1H .(; i

I CIO Tuesday broke off relations support to the NAACP i .'
with the National Associationfor MIAMI GIRLS I
the Advancement of Colored I i Meany said lun has been. .
People In protest against making 'baseless" charges', of MAKE WHO'S WHO
racial discrimination agajnst
activities of the NAACP labor
secretary, Herbert Hill. 'i some unions and has,been try ;
Oracle.'Lewis and Marva Pleze
I" trig: to get unions stripped of .'
'. George Meany, AFL-CIO. bargaining .rights, through Na* of Miami were among 12 students
president announced he, hadbin tional Labor Relations Board from Florida A&M who
! authorized by: the f d ra"Uon's procedures on the ground the have been selected, to appear in
executive council: to write unions' are practicing discrimi
the NAACP .saying the AFL-, nation. the 1962-63 edition of Who'sWho :
CIO wants to continue to co- I Among Students in American ] s td
operate' but feels it cannot so Meany again acknowledgedthat Universities and Colleges. ,
long as Hill operates as he has certain unions do practice v '9_ _ _
been doing. discrimination and said it must Membership in the organization -
stop. But he said Hill's planto is limited to those students
"We want to work with them remove bargaining rights who have maintained a cumulative -
but we can't subscribe to the from unions would do average of 3.0 and have actively -
actions of the labor secretary," to end discrimination practice participated in three or ,
Meany told reporters. He said in plants. more campus organizations. Students .
who have a cumulative
" average of 2.7 may become .
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members If they have been active -r--- '
, Equal Opportunity Awards Spotlight on three or aniza From left to right, S. W. Eighty-one cents of every
tions and have rendered outstanding Younghans Chrltmas Seal Cam- Christmas Seal dollar remains in
service to the univer paign chairman, Mrs. Charles A, Dade County, 13c goes to the'
Dade Education Praised Carroll, First Lady of Christmas State Tuberculosis Association)
: ; Integration sity.The Seals, and Dr. Edwin Shirley program and Gc to the National
qualities of good citizen. Jr., co-chairman, examine these Tuberculosis Association t**-
r f The fourth annual Equal Opportunity Fund.\ It is proclaimed national, ship must be. displayed by all Christmas Seals, and urge each gram.This.
Day awards dinner ly Wy President Kennedy with students selected for the listing.An I and every Dade County residentto 81 c of every dollar raised -
will present three special citations full support from Miami Mayor Individual can only be se- respond to their ChristmasSeal provides year-round free
in the Dado County educational Robert King High.In lected one time for Who's Who Letter chest x-rays on the ChristmasSeal

field Saturday, Nov. 24 addition to the awards presentation and must be anticipating grad Mobile Chest X- ;
at the Everglades Hotel. the dinner will feature .I' uation on or before April of The 1003 Christmas Seal Campaign a far-reaching health education
honors a guest speaker prominentIn next year and must have 00 opened Tuesday, Nov. 13, program and services to hospitalized Iit-
f Receiving the for con hours at the contributed tuberculosis and
.' structive advances national government. actlvll or more present with $20,811.50 being patients
on the field time. on opening day. their families.
of educational will be ties.
re t equality _._
; the University of Miami, Dade -
County Junior College and the
,, County Public School System. Former Miamian wayl .\

"These institutions making f,
: firm>progressive .steps, and aL I

and three without are integrating distress," comment.smoothly Takes. 5ili; .Fired l : ij

ed Mrs. Louis .Glasser, EOD
Martin L. I .r'' ,
chairman. by King ,,,.. Y ,. "p N
pointed out that the University kr
of Miami, which bases. Hunter O'Dell
its'/ entrance requirements on examination
j"She scores, has added a
Negro to Its faculty for the first Acqused as Red
time He is Donald Weddlngton,
a mathematics instructor. NEW ORLEANS (ANP) .- trill
Jack O'Dell sometimees known _
II Dade County Junior College] as Hunter Pitts O'Dell, has re L. _
I has Integrated its academic pro signed his position with the =
gram, Mrs. Glasser added. This Southern Christian Leadership
follows last year's initial ad Conference, headed by Dr. Mar
vances when integrated college] tin Luther King Jr. _
classes were held at a local high
t school. The resignation followed pub-
. The Public School System In. lication last month ,invoking the r r ti 4, S" w.r
.., Fifth Amendment when askedIf
i classtleast year and succeeded It he Was southern district organizer

,...." with a crash reading program in for the Communist par-

three Negro elemtnary schools ty.A .
during the summer. report of O'Dell's resignation rrT
was received in the head-
'"More than 2,300 pupils took quarters of the SCLC in Atlana. -
part under the supervision of : Dr. King denied that he
an integrated faculty. Mrs. knew of any of O'Dell's activities
Glasser noted. "The Dade Coun for the Communist party..
Board of Instructionalso
locally televised a kinder. Dr., King said: It is totally in-
garten program and Introduced accurate and false that Mr. 0' !
:. vocational training classes fort Dell is southeastern director of
adults at night" WI the Southern Christian Leader
ship Conference. Not only has ) ;
!' Equal Opportunity Day he never been director but was L -1 1LF _
} brotherhood promotes national never considered! for the position _
Is sponsored by .. Mr. O'Dell has functioned
f. the Greater Miami Urban
League, an agency of the United (Continued on page 4)Grand )

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STANLEY HWERTING pointed time, but, at early as A Precinct color guard accompanied I
8.30: the men in blue, khaki the slain officer's body at I
Tuesday morning slain police green, gray, brown, tan with every move. As the funeral cortege
t, officer Jerrell Ferguson broughtout white gloves and sporting their arrived at. Rev. Thedford
a unified law enforcment best military fineries gatheredat Johnson's
huge edifice, an extra
hody that assembled COO strong St. John Institutional
Baptist block was needed to accomo-:
Kt to: pay Its last respects to a Church at 1328 NW 3rd Ave., to date the 40-odd( police cars and I
V heroic buddy. await the hearse that bore their motorcycles that had escorted
? Longe before the funeral en fallen comrade. the
procession to the church. I,
tourage arrived from haln'sFuneral I Ferguson was by himself I
Home in Coconut Grove There were policemen In uniform when, on that fateful night of
by police escort an entire plainclothes, active and inactive Nov. 7 he stopped two men In I
Y --.. lock of NW 3rd Ave. bore a on duty and off duty, big an unllghtttl car for questioning.
cordon of police-In-waiting. brass and lesser brass, The Gerald
men ,Fisherman and
Master Rudolph Bradley Desert and Honorable BookerT. These represented every police clerks and bondsmen, friends Willie Lawrence accused
art of
(center) of Miami Most Alexander, Imperial Recorder unit in Dade County and their and loved ones everyWody. pumping five bullets into Fer-
Worshipful Union Grand Lodgeof of Detroit during;recent Des visiting buddies from Jackson.. And' a bigger' representation of guson's chest, leaving him'aloneto
Florida confers with Honorable ert Conference of Ancient Arabic ville to Key West and from St. Integrated efforts has never die. But, Tuesday
Raynell E. S loa n left Order Nobles of. the Mystic Petersburg to the Bahamas. been displayed in or near Miami Ferguson
Tampa Imperial Deputy of the Shrine in Orlando. > Eleven ,o'clock was the ap at any time before. (Continued on page 4)) I,:

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PACE 2 f. SAttjfcDAY.....6 NOVEMBER 17, 1962 The Gardenia Circle Club I'l j

.. held its regular meeting at the \ ,
: home of Mr*. Frankle Glover, A Mutate to n.y AhEXA.N' I accomplished plaDYt.I .

I e" Nov. 11. Mrs. Edna Smith, DEB ALLEN, and his loyal deceased I The full time bousOTife in
TThart. 1 president called the meeting to wife, Genevievp, who I the family U PATRICE. She

this Order. Many new plans have died January 1, 1011 holds a B. S degree from Tus-
: been made for the year. Every. Rev. and Mr i kcgee She majored in Dfiyvkal
one was glad to see Mrs. Lime rear I education. Her husband. Detective
Allen weN
Terrell out again. nod July 21 Fred Ebron and their

After meeting the club went 1012 The ceremony u daughter reside in the Rich
into their social hour. Happy was performed mond Heights area.

: : "," I Birthday sung to Mrs. Evelyn by a I tj DELORES Is married to Hen-
McAllister. staunch I
.... n? fctm*< N. POLITE The next meeting will be at net. lUchar" ry with Covin a bright, young future.business They man live
Catherine Hall,
the home of Mrs.
SCRAPBOOK CIDI F p A1s I presided The SWEETHEART ,2009 NW 70th St. Mrs. Edna G. Possess" In Opa.lo<:ka. Mrs. Covin 1* on
of experience. Waste not your I I OF ROSES Club has Smith, president; Mrs. Helen with a burning the faculty of Bunche Park
She has
strength trying: to push I I Elementary SchooL a
-'Put chosen to render volunteer services Ward reporter.Thurman desire as .1
In education which
doors wh1 S. degree
hGod Is o I child to detli B.
JCeither wear yourself Wt .fA : at Youth Hall. :Mrs. CLA- 1 cate himself to become a minister wan earned at Florida NormaLShe
keeping open doors ,4 th ,RA LOVE is president of this I L. Dodson ho and his directed the 1 of the gospel,
ought to be forever the Vacation Bible School cf
6ed)+El\c1.\ group. i helpful
Some episode in your life, )1'e1' I I I beloved wife were Methodi Mt. Zion Baptist Church. Activein
which you are anxious b Z306- to Speak for Omegas 1 Hn establishing Wesleyan civic work she la a member
edIt_ is the paw Whaler** It*. The whole town mourned the 1 i \m In the religious pattern of the Egelloc Social and Civic
memory you cannot charge it.Jo. Toss of Officer JERRELL FERGUSON I Zeta Chi Chapter of Omega Pal lof Miami during the Methodistwas pioneejdays Club and the Non Pariel Study
But you can abut the door. ( which was befittingand ; Phi fraternity of Fort Lauder- I Trinity Wesleyan of their Club.
into silent dale the selection of a sacred monument
some plat of "Miami's announces
of of
thought. Test your se1f-retPrtf, worthy one I Thurman L. Dodson of Washington !struggles and efforts. Rev. Allen GENEVIEVE, who wears her
Ask your souL "Have I etAeSg.. Finest" A note of sympathyto D. C. as their Achieve- served as pastor of this church mother's name, works in the
ed from this experience 4Wth Mrs. Pureva Loving on the ment Week speaker. Attorney I for 28 years and 6 month In Duval County School fvstem.
honor or not can honor be. loss of her mother. Mrs. WIL- Dodson is a former president of recognition of his ability and Her husband is Alfred Brown.
trieved And if your soul gD... LIE MAE RAHMING The the Washington Bar Associationand devotion, he served as suporln The Browns make their home
ewers j-es. close then t b e Dade County Teachers' Association also formerly served as tendent of the Florida and New in Jacksonville.
door to that past:: hang a ... is forming a Bowling president of the National Bar York Conferences for 15 years.
land over the portal if you "1U. League. This is a worthwhile Association. He is an active As his family grew, he gave up ALEXANDER ALLEN, Jr.. a
bat come away without tA1y. recreational and beneficial ven- Methodist laymen having servedas this position in order to devote skilled painter, is a foreman
ing. The east is aflame 1i\1U1 ture The SCOTT CURTISES Epworth League presidentand more tlm to family life. kith the Miami Housing Auth-
the radiance of the moriiipg, rolled out the purple carpet for mebber of the board of di- ority. With his charming wife
and before stands members of the CWEST CLUB.cfV' rectors of the Wesley FoundaJtion. The eight children of the MAY and their four children
you many #t) '
20 the gala dinner meeting of the community
at family are products
door held open hi tAe House., they live in Liberty City
held attended the ele-
at having
hand of God. Hampton I This program is planned for section of the town.
Club member ALICE Sunday afternoon, Nov. 18 at mentary schools and Booker T.
was honored on her birthday. 3 p.mat the Seventh Day Ad- Washington High School. MONICA might be easily call-
DADE COU.VTV SEC'JW"t Enjoying the festivities of the rentist Church of Fort Lauder- 'ed the college cosrnoplite of the
IAL ASSOCIATION is a pAg evening were guests Mrs KateS. dale. The public is cordially invited Mrs. IVIS KERMITA ("IK") family because her husband
the top professional groups in Dean. Mrs. Albert P. Dean to attend the program and JOHNSON, teacher at Holmes Rev. DANIEL L. SMITH, chose
the county. When it com@ to and MrsRange's, sister. Members hear this outstanding speaker. Elementary School, earned a to teach on the faculties of Morgan
Mena Jackson, Eddie Daniel at FAMU and M. A.
planning and following tbrtfl yon B. S. degree Florida Normal and Be-
Addle Sampson. Lucille Columbia Unlvrsity. She is
such plans they are thet'B." at thune Cookman before becoming
Ricm Naomi Espy. Mattie Bark- of the Egelloc Civic
When it comes to being a dollar
JLPPBIRTlIDA1" GREET. principal of the million
ley. Daisy Thomas. Blanche j Social Club Inc. and Sigma
seated at local state and. and
A"Uonal INGS! Margaret Everhart, Wllhelmenia Campbell Street High in
Thomas Wini
meetings there is always Dean. Lee Etta j Gamma Rho Sorority.
fred Thompson Annie JL Twine Sands, Hester Rolle Daytona Beach. Mrs. Smith attended
teen a representative attended the groupA11b I Ova KiUens Bessie Davis Bob Aside Delores Hart Thomas .I Mrs. CLEOMIE SMITH, wife college before her mar.
planning conference state in JAclt Ltd.. I! Myrtle Davis, and hostess Elizabeth A. Searsles. Enoch Smith,I of the late Dr. J. Harvey Smith. riage. She is the other housewifeing
Curtis. teacher at Liberty City Elementary. care of their six children.
sonville. Their community Pr- I Espy Nov 17; Gertrude Johnson. Lot a
jests are well supported by t11e I II tie Shepp. Verne Tinker, Lee R She attended Normal Tuskegee Institute An interesting fact about this

public Their Buster PARKS Perry, Minnie Greed Dr. Nathaniel Institute Florida
scholarship t\iIl" I ROBERT ( ) received the B. S. degree family is the deference that
ner, BOBBY MeGHEE. If at was host to the Algonquins Club Colston, Gertrude John-I and the latter mentioned they pay to their sister "IK"In
the Dade County CommUAity Monday evening. Fifteen mem- ron Fleetia M. George Robtertna I I from the family and finds joy tak-
Junior College.. In order to re bers were present and account Sands Adria D. Harrison. Naomi schoolA who literally "mothered" all of
fill the coffers of their 5Cn,, \,- ed for at his home 1318 NW Sands Nov. 18; Ruby C. I daughter CLAKiCE mates them. It was she who stepped
ship fund this group is taft- 51st St. The EGELLOC CIVIC Howell, Rosemarie S. Anderson.Dorothy her home in Daytona Beach into the role of mother in guid
Ing a third annual prec&ic and SOCIAL Club is to be C. Bowman, Lenora I.
I with I her husband Rev. A. J. ing and ministering to the need.
Nov. 19 P. Jones
Scholarship Benefit Dance Pet ]!congratulated for honoring two Regan. ; Vernay
Hughes pastor of First Baptist of her sisters and From
7 in the Fiesta who recognized Sandra Bo wens. Evelyn Raye
Room of U e Civic workers are Mrs.
Church Jacksonville. all indications, we are not too
Mary Elizabeth Hotel An et"eA- leaders They are Messrs Best Harold Sawyer, Michael
works as a secretary at sure that she has relinquhhe
ing of fun is in store for yOtL. STANLEY NEWBOLD and WILLIAM Abrams Nov 20: Charles E.
the Campbell Street Senior High this role today even though
Miller lona H. Dukes. Thomas
The ,
Tickets may be purchased ffbtb STIRRUP Sr. presentation theIr
School in Beach. The they are on own and are
Nov. 21 S. Saw- Daytona
Mrs. Ruth Williams president j took place at a Book Pogue. ; .
; Hughes are pleased with a gifted the kind of citizens we point to
Thomas Bannister. Nov. 22
Mrs. Review and Tea held at Hampton ver
Ruby Marks vice; tfi I
who has with "IK" Is
daughter a promising pride. praised by
Eva Dolores House. Lugusta T. Colston. Eloise
Miller, Rec voice and is at her age an all who know her.
Mrs. Alice Irving Corr. 1:1 I Johnson. Elouise S. Cody MaryS. ,
Mrs. Edna Clarke. Treas.: Bibb, Nov. 23; Wlllye Blue ---

gret Reynolds, chaplain or aisb+i 1 i WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Keith It Hylor, David Simmons
of the Dade County School GREETINGS to Mr. and Mrs. Nov. 21.THOUGHT.
.1<< SALL
retaries. I IOXE Henry Williams Nov. 20; Mr. I TV Service Calls $1-
and Mrs. William Lynch Nov. FOR TilE WEEK:
OF GOD'Sis '23; Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. The glory is not in never fallne -
TROfBO ,Brown Jr..: Mr. and Mrs. D. W. but in rising every time wefait MAKES-ALL MODELS
at every morning at 1Z WiLson. Nov. 2....
o'clock at 2344 NW 72nd St U fc i
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at this time MRS. FLORA

WOMBLE, a senior citizen tf. WE BUY SELL AND TRADE TV SETS
fers up a prayer to the Al
mighty. At her call all of the RADIOS, HI-FI AND STEREO REPAIRSWe
Children in the neighbor1 m .
Sell Used TVs
gather at her knees and bow ;* on Credit

they their listen to her. Adults cA$* 1551 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1-8024
daily chores and ren iA
silent in their apartments Put
of respect for this Christ ]
souL At the age of 76 abe w
rearing children which rev GOOD NEWS
sent the third generation of stet'
family. Mrs. Womble is a wear
ber of the Church of God IA Bus for rent (hire) with all conveniences, rest room,

Christ whose pastor is Elder P air conditioned
bar for
Jacob Cohen. Open appointment -

-- w"Wt to church, schools, in and out of the city, picnics,.

certain friend of George Washh'
ington would be glad to kAO\P CLARENCE SMTH, Manager
that President Kennedy b' !
issued a Thanksgiving 1'r'Oc&a' PL 9-0669 YU 3-1648
mation. Washington's friend
was Silas Boudinot from Nt\ BLOSSOMRoof
Jersey. He was a member tjf :
the early Congress. In 1783, Al
suggested that Congress 9*$ JOIN THE FUN!
President Washington to re-
ommend a national Thankag1y" Cleaning & PaintingFREE
ing celebration. WashinAOIJ CAPITOL new shows on.

did so, sending out the tw
presidential Thanksgiving PrOO. ESTIMATES INSURANCE The Stage!

lamation. It named Thursday, Every Wed. 9
Nov. 26. 1789. a national Thank' Roofs Pressure CleanedWe THEATRE p.m. J
giving Day. Mr. Roudinot 1M' JIMMY REEVES

ed followed something.through.Mr Kennedy bas have what u called Snowdrop Mobolizing Process and his

I which means cooler homes and lasting quality, PARADE OF STARS
NOTES. Sir*. TRESSIE (Pal) and mold resistance. Over 8
fungus in Dade I
STRICKLAND. the forfljr': years 0 FRANK "Floor Show"WILLIAMS
Tressle Crowder was In tows County.
for a few days on business. She i
has returned to her California I REASONABLE TERMS AVAILABLENE And His Rocketeers

home in Riverside where h e With Songsational
is Supt. of The Coronado Iristt. 4-3759 Little Kora.
tution of Correction Pln 4
CIA CLUB met with Mrs. tfv 2258 N.W. 58th Street Miami, Fla.
car Range on Monday. Acting $ $ $ CASH PRIZES $ $ $ *.

President MABEL DANIEZ$ I ,.

NAACP Demanding End Fla. Job Bias ........-I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.

TAMPA The Florida State ployment agencies across the Key West News SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1962 PAGE 3

Employment Service office here state.
cottttuues to segregate Negro Uf FRANCES E. PALMER day Nov. 24 at Trinity UnitedPresbyteifan her, daughter, Mrs. Eloise Walker
job applicants and otherwise Church. who makes her home in Cin
disc them, the Honored by Legion KEY WESTER GETS No formal Invitations have cinnati. Friends wish Mrs.
National Association for the Horace Session of 14860 Harrison CAPTAIN'S BARS been issued but relatives and Sands a pleasant trip and hope
Advancement of Colored People St., Richmond Heights, Newly promoted Army Cap friends of the couple are Invited she continues to keep well. Mrs.
charges on the basis! of an am. : was honored by American LegIons tain Alfred L. Saunders Jr., has to attend the rites and the Sands is faithful member of
davit and an on-the-spot inves at their 10th District Midwinter rank reception which will be held at a
new insignia pinned on Cornish Memorial AME Zion
gatlon by NAACP Field Sccre Conference held In Key at Fort Monmouth, N. J, by Cap the home of the bride's parents Church.
tary W. Saunders. West. Mrs. Session was present. tain A. J. Doohaluk, new assistant following the ceremony.
ed with an award by Edward chief of Electronics Com
Mr. Saunders' probe vindicat Hanna. adjutant of William Henry mand Administrative Division, eetings
Birthday to the fol. Mrs. Irene Ambrlster who has:
ed the Bethel Post 281 for outstanding
charges set forth in the and Major Yrban J. Zentgrat, .
affidavit services and meritorious lowing who celebrate their been visiting her son In Califor
dick, filed by Nathaniel Red- work In the recent deputy post adjutant general birthday In the month of No- nia returned to the city recent
Negro membership
Job seeker. The Captain Saunders, assigned
vember ly. Mrs. Ambrlster ai
: enjoyed
charges have been forwarded drive. Last Sunday the American here as reenlistment officer wonderful In California.
to the 'NAACP Washington bu Legion hold a very inspiring from Key West. He reported to Mrs. Ruth Lovette, Mrs. Ge Frends are happy stay to have her
reau with the request that formal joint conference in Coconut Fort" Monmouth this past May neva Walton Mrs. Antoinette home again.
complaints be filed with the Grove. Legionnaires from various from duty In Korea and at. Hernandeb, Miss Patsy Kelly,
President's Committee on Equal parts of Florida were on tended the Army Signal School Virginia' Lopez, Vernal Lopez, I
Employment Opportunity; the hand for the occosion. Career Course here prior to his Arthur Pinder, John Sawyer,
U. S. Civil Rights Commission; present assignment. Captain James Terry and Paul Nightin Congratulations to Mrs. Ethel
and the U. S. Bureau of Em. DOKSEY CLASS OP 33 launders, who received his gale. Whitehead of 709 Whitehead St.
--- ployment Security.The .- ,TO MEET WEDNESDAY __ commission from ROTC at Fla. ______ I who was surprised recentlywith
The class of '53 of Dorsey High A&M University, was a high a new 1DG3 Dodge. This
School will meet Wednesday, school teacher for one In Mrs. Flossiera C. Sands of 413 Rift was given to her by her
NAACP charges that: Nov. 21 In room 46 at Northwestern Fort Pierce before entering year the Smith Lane left the city with husband, Alfred.

I I Segregated seating Is inflicted High School at 8 p.m. Army over four years ago.
upon those waiting for job In. ,The class will have a sale Saunders is the husband of
terviews. Saturday Nov. 24 at the home Mrs. Almoveto Saunders of
I of Harold Lamb. New Jersey and the son of Mr.
Job interviews are conductedon and Mrs. Alfred Saunders Sr., JET TV CLINICHOME
a segregated basis. KNIGHTS COURTS OF OF CALANTHE PYTHIAS AND of 208 Olivia St.

Persons are selected to fill Royal Palm Lodge No. 84, Sir DATE ANNOUNCED FOR
specific jobs on the basis of race. Abram Grace Jr., Chancellor, ALLEN-SAWYER NUPTIALSMr. SERVICE CALLS $1.00
held its meeting Nov. 5.
Crow Agency complies with Jim 'Faith Hape Lodge met Nov. 6. and Mrs. Samuel J. Saw Day or NightWe
employers requests from various Community Court, Nov. 7. : norunce2thatltheir daughter an.
Lily of Valley Court met Nov. Viola Service All Makes ofHIFI's
8. Maxine, will become the
Washrooms still carry signs: Ronald Clarence Allenin STEREOSWe
"white men," "colored men," Rose Sharon Lodge met Nov. bride of and
to be performedat
"colored 10. ceremony
men" women" "white wo I 12.Ahmed Temple No. 2 met Nov. 4:30: in the evening Satur- Also Rent

Mr. Saunders reported that Gleam of Hope Lodge met TV by the week or Month
these conditions are found in Nov 15.Orange. We salute and congratulate
I other federally supported em Blossom Lodge met the ALLEN FAMILY who by
Nov. 17. I their bootstraps of family devotion 907 .2nd AVENUEPhone
r to each other, based on spi
ritual foundatlon3 have developed
into 'he kind of human pat. FR 4.2044
terns we point to with community





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Both native inventions that Englishmen '
are CLEANER I No soot-Mackened pots grlmetained{ kitchen wall
still hold dear. Surprisingly though, the Electricity la pure energy. No flame, no product of combustion. Curtain "

Bowler did not make Its appearance on and dr'peI.tay deaner.COOLER .

I London streets until 1855 full I.. FASTER The flat electrio surface units ding ,l

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introduced his remarkable gin. net into the room.Your kitchen stays up to 16 cooler.

The Gordon'syou drink AUTOMATIC I Push a button or flip a switch.. .the controlled I
today harks back to heat is the same every time...just-right u you want it tat perfect cooking .

Mr Cordon's original without pot-watching.

1769 formula. We've SAFER,tool Super-ufe because there's conrtant-burning p ot uM.
never found reason to no hazardous fumes. You never hare to be "en guard. You enjoy f precious ,
peace of mind. :
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dryness and delicate r Mora than a million Florida families hare already "switched"
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PolicernaflContinued .
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Week Program ( ,from page i)

Week j jopened Polices from
Am(rican Education was not alone.
Elemenr unit la the
8t Bunche Park almost every state
.. faculty group biff ride.
with the were by
--.i worshiping[ at Mt. Herraon 'Unit repreefited included

-- - Church Rev. Gay delivered a Ifialeah. NOrth Ml Petersburg;
- -Main---Offikt 70 3C.W. IStli Avcnn -.Tiicro' OX 1-OC21. opt j inspiring: sermon. Metro.:Key Wjwt. St.
'Kra .ch HI 1112 \..W. Third Ave. Miami Florid -ni: FR .SS3< r Nov 12 for morning assembly Upa-iocka. Daytona Beach,
----- honored by a most Homestead. Miami Shores Mi
SIGISMUMl llEEVEfi, Editor and PnlilinhrriAItTH we were provoking Pompano $
H. R. r me-] and thought ami Beach Palm
< C. KEEMCSs Managing EdlturMember bv Herbert Day, cur DeerfleW peath West
ttlk given
of the ANocised, 1Ctgro 1'r .. riculum assistant School at Rainbow Mon Beach. Coral cables' Miami. Miami Ft.
Abociatios springs .Souht
!Mlrnber of the Jational; 1; 'fiJ"JeI' PnbUaben day Park beginning, at 7 p.m. all doorS Pierce, Riviera Beach, KassatLJacksonville.

scuscrarnow RATES were opened. to the public for Miami and Miami

OWE THAI ss.oo six 'MONTHS $&OO VOEIG1c.sa.ooCIi11X nUT Back to School activities.displayed Special Police.
t The entrance beautifully The church' Howerbedeckedrostrum
- OF THE KEGKO rrEss" educational posters depicting resembled a "who's
"THE \"00110US believe* that America' tan best jed the world changes Jn the methods of who" in police car ed... Farewell
from racial and jiatiouul aiitapouiMiu. when it accord to rvtrj- nunrecnrdlens teaching/ arithmetic contrast of condolences were expressed by
t if rurr., a'ilor or crwd, his human and IrpU rifitite. Hating: I A.George -- ,.. the old with the new and grade super ); Prvw utrivoK to help roes maitu & ? Waiver .0,
ap man fttuing im iruiu-the CJTO level skills. lean Police Chief
thee firm belief that nil men JUT hurt a* long M anyone to held I Woodani, .along with Parentsreported at 8 o'clock Headley Sheriff Frank Kelly,
back. vice president Jimmie Reeves. to classrooms for an instructional Inspector A. W. Anderson Pre
I are serving as the chairman period with the teachers,,, cinct Capt. George' W. Mailer and

FUND RAISING TIME I and co-chairman of the Cox'sI then to the cafeteria executive for lunch committee F. O. P. boss Bill Wian. Judges
with the PTA and Fernandez were
We are now in the midst of our fund raising season. I Kindergarten's: PTA Talent show members serving as host also introduced by Sgt. Jesse L.
thai 'being held at Cafe Society, I More than 300 people who acknowledged the
United Fund Campaign goes on. So far more I .
The activities.On
Tuesday night, o20 at 10 I iignitaries.
half the quota has been reported.If !pjn. They are soliciting the co- Tuesday Mrs Kate Dean.I There were other top brass
you have not as yet subscribed' to this fund 01 operation of every parent and gave emphasis and new meaning there too. Capts. Griffin and
should do so. Give whatever you can! but teacher in helping to make this I to our theme for that day. Tanner Lts. Morrow Fox Mai-
pledged, you dur-I affair a memorable night and On Wednesday, linking theschool lack Kaye. Ford and a hordeof
who call
give and at! least encourage those upon you cordially invite the public to and the.community together detective big-wigs. Ferguson

ing this campaign. attend. Tickets may be obtained to meet the Challenge of couldn't have asked for more.

remind of the 36 agencies this fund from parents or faculty I, Change a skit entitled "Instant Rev. Johnson of St. John relinquished
Let us again you I'
members. For additional information Education" was presented \iy the eulogy assign
supports. Certainly we are or should be interested in them. please call FR 18488.WILLIE I 5th and Cth graders. ment to Ferguson's pastor. Rev.

To mention a few of them, there is the YMCA YWCA I Thursday Nov. 15 was given H. W. Moss of Homestead's New

Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, the James E. Scott Community I I over to the Library Club. At Mount Zion Baptist Church. Rev.
this time' ) was Moss sent his mejntter> home to
Center and Greater Mi- a lively program
Association. St Alban's Day{ I
the es-
presented: by the group. The Glory on a pale horse -
ami Urban League-all supported by the United Fund. I! topic for the day being! "Life sence of his sermon. All speakers .

Our churches are doing a marvelous job raising funds. e, r long Learning Meets the Challenge were brief, but each drove
amount to several of Change. home his point.
from Day programs
Receipts activities The huge turnout of policemen
thousand. dollars. They are to be commended.Some I Friday To culminate we were enlightened our internationally and spectators was indicative -

of these churches are putting up new buildings. ] by a visit from Mr. of respect respect for
church buildings that Saardl Bennani, a Morrocan exchange law and order.
Others are purchasing expensive student from the University Dr. I. P. Davis, citizens'spokesman
were occupied by white congregations in sections now of Miami pleaded for quick

mostly populated by TCegroes. Ru;etta Vickers, reporter; justice from our judges for all

Churches can help the United Fund by taking a special I SjKia} S Lambert principal murderers The color spectrum of the St:

collection. How 'about this suggestion? John assembly was brown and

If we have a quota to raise, let us not fail to raise! it. white but colorless tears flowed
from both groups, when Officer
OUR BUS SYSTEM k. Jesse Hill offered "Steal Away
} To Jesus" In his attempt to pre-

discussed this week is the operationof sent his solo. Hill's voice fell
Among matters x apart under the emotional strain.
Miami's bus system by the Transit Authority and the Ih The congregation picked up the

decision by the Commission io hire the National City :Management k A : segments and helped him thru .. .

Company of Chicago to operate the: system. final stanza. .

The buses have been running regularly and -the Authority headed The towards funeral Perrine procession where

reports show they have been making money. I Ferguson's body would be interred

Bus riders: certainly are satisfied yet the operatic: j PLAITS I in Paradise Memorial Park

of the buses is to be turned over to the National City Management A former Miamian, better cemetery. The mammoth procession escort
led by motorcycle
of Chicago November 26. Many taxpayers ai I known to his many friends a' blinking bright red incandes-
Son Platt, died at his residencein .
asking why such a change of management? I New York City on Nov 13.Mr. cants was immediately trailedby

We too are wondering why this change- Plans was horn here and squad cars, that lighted up in
fact that with so large a population: :Miam: attended Booker T. Washington the highways. They
Is it !
a High School He was employedfor and of the winding roads like a
cannot find competent people to head departments or lil a number of years by the colossal dinosaur.

certain positions? I Sun Ray Awning UJ. of Miami.. There It was, Ferguson was
Naturally want qualified executives to run thi".1 I Six years ago he took up residence once more left alone, to rest
In New York. eternally among the departed.
big county but we think most times we see thje green But his time, aU his buddies
hills far away.' We are not reflecting upon our presenl He is ervived 11a,. !'OnrHUe r knew about it because they

executives whom we believe are doing a cood jab but Jr.winia, three Thompson sisters,of Mesdames West Holly.In- lilts. ST. I'.U'i Mrs.tay took him there.Former .

when competent Miamians are available! they should in wood. Rosetta Griffin and Helen! Den Braynon. was crowned as
given first choice. Lawrence both of Opa-locka, 5 I Mrs. St. Paul" last Sunday in Miamian
nephews, nine nieces and other I the annual Women's Day observance -
SUNDAY OBSERVANCE relatives.. Local services will, be I at her church. (See story Takes 5th; Fired by
conducted Monday at 11 am: on page 11)).
for Sunday observance at the First Baptist Church'ofOpalocka. Martin Luther King
The Ministers Emergency : Rev, Macon will offi-.
is a recently formed organization with the Rev, date. He 'will be on view beginning MASTER Your Problems bv Di (Continued from page 1)

noon on SundaySupport for advice
Robert W. Shaw as chairman.The llM'taPhvslcs with 90
purely as a technician
of Dade Coun end to your problems. .
organization is calling a meeting birthdate, three questions percent of his work taking placeIn
ty Clergymen next Tuesday at 11 a.m. at Riverside Baptist and $2 00 to William H. Felton the North where he resides,
Church. Fund Ps.D., 2-13 7th Ave., New York and Involving the mechanization -
30, N.1' of our mailing procedures-
They hope to start a drive for Sunday closing of nonessential Dl He was briefly and temporarily

of voter
business places tiling in some areas
from the pulpit registration, but ceased functning -
:Ministers are being asked to speak : this
there long before
on Sunday on this matter. publicity appeared. FurthermoreSCLC
Interested clergymen are also invited to attend this : is so firmly establishedas

meeting. a Christian non-violent movement

The chairman of the meeting will be Rev. 'Forrest H. that it would be impossible
In any
to be influenced
Watkins president of the Greater Miam}r Ministerial Association '1 Sr way by the method or philosophy

and David Hume, president of the Greater Miami of_ communism.: ."

Council: of Churches. iI

f -
November 16 travelers by train,
Beginning Friday, 2 story 2 family house is
bus and boat will be saving 10 percent federal tax on! tickets the most beautiful house In Liberty

and those going by air will save five Tier cent City. To appreciate Its large

This means that one can go from Miami to New York beautiful rooms, one must seethe
Inside the grounds
by train roundtrip for as low as $86.90: by bus for $68.74'or new metal fence all around the

take to the air for $103.95 roundtrip. house, carpeted status 2nd floor.

The federal tax that*: has been in effect since World First floor 3 bedrooms, with Fla.2
baths, living room, kitchen,
5 9I
War II has been cancelled. r w room. Large clothes closets. Second
floor 2 bedrooms with' 1

The brutal murder of Officer Jerrell Ferguson byjrangsters I bath, living room kitchen with side
large clothes closets. Safety
Willie Lawrence and: Gerald Fisherman last stairs to ground. Piped In City
B sci
Wednesday night should be proof enough that there renTED FUND \fOlU\ERS-- 'raa!, low cost (no bottled gas.)
should be two patrolmen! in cars during niefat doty. Perhaps .. The United Fund campaign has I n, Area; Chairman Ororge Electric: connections. See man
should be done passed the halfway mark and Wmiam goes or canvass, on premi s. These premises are
this has already been done. If not, it 11nlt medical and
Corkers are still busy trying to hlamvtth Mmes, very attractive for
for the protection of those whose duty is to protect the 1 reach all citizens in their desi* Roker Alicn Ponder and How.I. rofesslonM men. 1186 NW Gist
community against such characters. nated areas yer,Johnson photo. St 11SS NW Gist St., MiaxnLDl


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,; : : ,
., _'_ _ _1 ,. I Chatmon, and t
T After the close of the lecent O'Bryan Beauty ersonal.MeI:1tLQn:
The new Church of Christ the I daughter, Mrs. EdwIna Brookson Beauticians Convention some of S.I'(>';p'*'A.Ci., : ).. ..";.....:.,, \: Mrs Marie Taylorof i51' Nw:
King at n4 'Bahamas Fowler St. Her survivors are visit }) Bt. left dneS
consecrated the delegates went on a to 4sth on Wetottend ; 3 arc
wa$ and for h mother, Mrs. Alice Russell; I :
tri: of:1W: iaf
the funeral
xnally. j Nassau. Those on trip were. mtd yef executive bdard t t.
qpened by the R#; Rev.. two' sisters, one brother, three : Mrs Alice Mack in, OcaI "
Bernard Mary am. Bishop;:of i daughters, one 'son, 12 grandchildren I Mesdames Smiley, Birmingham; of the Orange Blossom Beauticians
Nassau, and the Bahamas, Sunday .:, and one great-grand. Wilma Nickles, Birmingham; Samuel Rolle, Jr., music major
Oct. 28. Hundreds of Anglican ',' I, Ann Brisbane Charleston; Slyr : ..Assocf'ori: 7tfJ meet In from Mia; nil at Saint Augustine's

.members from Nassai('were. i: vene Blassingame, Anderson, S. 'Clearwater, Flai, Nb '. 18. 'Mr '. "Who College: Who has been accepted Students in in
present, and members of''. other' Hugh A. Roach, eldest son of C. Harrison Anderson s Among
: I ; Rosa ; Alaine So,.- \\fajdon, ,.state press American Universities and Col..leges" .
\ Mr. and Mrs. Frank Roach of
denominations. Standing rood Annie C. Dean, Spartanburg, S. ,
Young Street, has been informed dent will preside for the school year 1962-
was at a premium. The ChurchIs C.; Cornelia Jennings, Washington 64.fi.tTt .
a gift to the people;; of.Free-! that he has satisfactorily met D.C. ....,.. ..' .,.
by the Grand Bahama, the requirements for the Masterof ,, . -------
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Fort )IIII" .1'f
'Arts degree in Education Mrs.
Authority.' The following of Atlanta:
from Andrew's University, Her- Beuhler B. Hunter, Eula K.'I STANLEY, JOHNSON, M.D.
ien Springs, Mich. Mr. Roach Bryant, Emma Dozier, Irma Pat
occupied'by. received his B. A. degree in I terson, Annie Mae Grier, a, h d Antiioi it,8 the,opening! of Ills office for the practice of
A two-room house
Alberta Canada, three years ago Mary Hamler. .
Brenhilda Newbold and Cena and has attended summer'school OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY
Mae Taylor was completely des since then In Washington, D. C. Among the demonstrators
troyed by fire on the night of and at Andrews University. j were: Dallas Robinson, Miami Office Hours: Dally 10-'i: and 5-7 p.m. Thurs. by appointment
Oct. 28, and another house was ; Velvet Touch Carolyn Murray .
severely damaged. The build. Mr. Roach Is principal the Ultra-sheen; Laura Hillyer, Hair 6827 N.W. 15th Avenue -Phone '696-5673
ings were owned by Mrs. Hilda Bahamas Junior Academy of
strate and Pastel Princess, and
the Seventh
HIggs of Nassau and Evelyn Day Adventist
Church, and of the Florence Krouper Clalrol, Inc.
Johnson of Miami. The occupants -, pastor Grants r:::::; --.:;::;: -:
were out at the time and Town Church.
the cause of the fire was not
known. The places were not in. House of Assembly In the Nov.
sured. The Nassau Dally Tribune of 26 General Election. A few others LIBCITYOX
Nov. 3,, published a two-page have declared their candidacy
spread of 66 pictures of candidates since. The House has Just
contesting for seats in the 33 seats.
James Marshall of George

Town, Exuma, was acquitted bya IN TEA TREox
Supreme Court jury on Oct.
30, for the killing of his nephew, Your Watch Cleaned, Oiled, Adjusted Ave. and 69th St.

Phillip Marshall, 10 in the Guaranteed ....................... '........ $4.75 1.7959 22nd
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course of dangerous driving on Your Portrait-Only ................ $1.00 z .. KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKIKKK KKKKKKKKKKKINOW
July 15 at Hart's, Exuma. The
)Joy: was fatally injured whena Class Rings, Luggage, Watches, Radios J +,! 1.4 PLAYING

station wagon driven by Mar Guaranteed! Watches .......... from 6.95; .
shall struck another in which "
j' t
he was a passenger Both Vehicles DAVID JEWELERS } :' ','> ,'? COMBmiNC TIlE EXCITING TALENTS

children were to a taking church a number festival.of: 1188 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4.1522 : >l.,,:.>, FOUR- ACADEMY .AWARD' WINNERS' !


After a Supreme Court jury : Award winner for"The African Queen"
a a
; a Academy
conviction on Oct. ,,,31, Simeon, jIrsxs
Brown, former Telecommunica.'
tions employee at> West End 9 AUDREY

Grand Bahama, was sentencedto Academy A*"* winner for"Roman Holiday"
one year In prison on three
counts of falsification of accounts t
and three counts for WILLIAM

stealing. Brown allegedly billed Award winner for"Stalag 17"
the Jack Tar Hotel for more sJI
than the correct figures that he
entered In his book and pocket. .
ed the difference.
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Mrs. Bloneva Livingstone 63,
died Nov. 3 at the home of her

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.................................... $10 up:
Plastic Head Boards ........ $2 up I .
Student Desks ..............-... $0 up HEPBURN '

40 In. Triple Dressers ............ $20 I NOW INVITES YOU TO SHARE! a

Desk Chest ............................... $! ADVENTURE! THAT WON HER '
Roll A-Way-Beds ,.......... $20 up ,
In Fine Whiskey. a.f ,


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{ 6241 NW 17th Ave. v t Chef Cook William Johnson Period of AdjustmentJANE

Gulbran Tranmter Organ Played Nightly
9 a.m. 4p.m. 6 to 8 p.m. FONDA, ANTHONY: FRANCIOSA
Reggie Johnson Willie McCloud A*.t,
operator ,
1...., JIM BUTTON, plus
Call 691.7632 WE*DELIVER PHONE 696-4783 Robt. Mitchum in "Thunder
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27th Ave. af 54th St.

EVER CLOSED- Good thru November Uih, Welter's AG Store Only

.. KEYS,''''' MADE-.:MONEY.' -, ORDERS,,'... -LIGHT BILLS-NOTARY- PUBLIC, ... .. ,

Fryers "A" Ib Z70 Smoked Ham 1b45

Beef Liver Ib 29t Sausage s Ib 394

Chitterlings: 2 Ibs 490 Sliced WEBSTER Bacon Ib 490

Pork Chops Center First Cut 59t 29* Ground Beef Ib 390

Frozen &. Dairy
Morton Apple,Mince,Pumpkin CLOROX Sirloin IbSteafe 490
Pies 390 ,,, Q) 4 9
10 Ox.Bird's' ,Eye Sliced __ 1 Gal. T'BONE: 59CStrawberries ,:
mG = ROAST Ib 59c'
10 Oz.Birds EyePeas Coffee 39c :
2 for 35* 'I"
ALL GRINDS-With$5.00 Order 10 LBS.Tangerines
A.s t
YAMS Ih5'C RrN; Beer 3 for $1.00 Potatoes 39 ;

Ice Cream Y2 gal 490 !,
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CHEESE 2 Ibs 89*" Apples 3 'lbs 29C I
We Cash Payroll Cheeks Q Cold Beer At All| n nBBB Times BlBDBBnmn9g9nnnnB_$. .Open,, _24. Hours-.- .. ,A.-Day.
Cream Style Corn 2 for 350 SHORTENING 3 lbs 490.
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Peas 2 for 3911 I Inst. Folger Coffee. 65*

Peaches Halves-Sliced Salad Dressing 49*

Cranberry Sauce 2 for 25 : Pillsbury Flour 5 lbs 49F *

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After School THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. to visit her mother. Mrs. Hester
Gray, and other relatives.
LanesNews Recreation Gives SATURDAY NOVEMBER 17, 1962 PAGE 7

"Pumpkin is ThePassword" ,iiililllli,1111111111111111111111i1i111J 11I1S1 Mr. and Mrs, Albert A. Deanof
Nassau, Bahamas aria the
Personal Mention proud parents of a son, born Oct.
A Thanksgiving May will be .. 20 at Mercy Hospital. Mr. Dean,
former clerk of the Supreme
The Falstaff Traveling given Nov. 21 by the 5th and ik, 11111111111111 1Ji111111111111, 1111111111111J Court in the Bahamas is now assistant
6th graders of Bunche Park Parliamentarian Regis
League played before a capacity Elementary School. The play's Mrs. Kenneth Rodgers andson Mrs. Sybllene Gray Rodriquez trar of the Bahamas. Mrs. Deanis
house Sunday at Bunche Lanes. theme is centered around Jonathan, of Nassau, Ba 'left last week for her home in the former Geneva Johnsonof
Mi Club team holds on to first hamas were visitors to Miami Seattle, Wash. She flew here to Nassau. Mr. Dean is brotherto
place. Although they are tied Thanksgiving and the desire of recently, returning home on last attend the funeral services of John H. Dean Sr., of 836 NW
with Lucky Trick the fun and fellowship club to Monday. her father, Allington Gray, and 63rd St., Miami.
Sale team. do something for David, who in I
Ml( Club had n little bad luck the play suffers from a sick. ..
Sunday losing three games. ness which causes the need for P
him to come to Florida for the
winter. All Join In, making the
Sunday afternoon, the Feige affair a community project anda
Five and Bunche Lane All successful one. Don't fall seeing -
Stars held a match game. Of this holiday special, just the
course Bunche was the scene of thing to start the Thanksgiving
action The All stars won the loll ays. The play is directedby
match 3-0 You should have William H. Washington, cul
been there. The All Stars rolled tural specialist of Dade County
a high game of 1029 scratch. Department of Recreation. Curtain
That s bowling time at 3:20: p.m.

<" 'John Stoner of Finland shota i North Dade Metro
619 set in the traveling league'
Sunday. Here is a young man RecreationThe h4 a r'r"
with a definite eye! on the fu. girls volley'btill league
ture. He NIr
attends school and
games have finally ended after
plans to finish so as to prepare two months of league play. .I
himself for
the available With 7.2 Mr. Jones homeroom
ides that will be to winning first place 7- Mrs.
those who arc ready. In the Matthews homeroom 2nd and
meantime he is 7-4 Mr. T. Anderson homeroom

of bowler.becoming He bowled a first a 601 rank set In lulling In the 3rd 8th place.grade section, Mrs [ Pinland Bantam Bowling LeaguePin AnnouncementThe
a city wide tournament last
Smiley's homeroom took first, -
week. Good luck Johnny, keep I In the 9th grade section, 0.2 1st Lanes Bantim: bowl. morning at the bowling laneson
them bowing.LADIES schooling place, Mrs. Collins homeroom ing league shown here with its 1975 NW Sfith st. public is Invited to the
and your 2nd place 9-5, Mr. Gibson's home instructors.. On the left in the Jolly Eleven Club's pre-Thanksgiving -
room and 3rd place, 9-1 Mr. Mar white shirt, Willie Lazier, and The Bantams shown hero are Dance Nov. 21 from 11
ATTENTION! The ,tin.Activities from the first section of the o'clock until at Cafe Society,
on the right In white shirt, Archie
Ladies Wednesday night league scheduled to begin "Pop" Taylor. bantam program. They bowl 0 Prizes will be awarded. Dona.
reorganized last week and will this week are volleyball leaguefor to 12. The second section bowls Lion $100 Table reservations,
bowl every Wednesday, of boys and archery, shuffleboard The children from the ages of from 12 to 3 on Saturday after call OX 1-62GO and OX 1-2837
course. If you are a bowler and and croquet for girls. I\ 10 to 14 bowl every Saturday noons. Charles Cash is president
want to join the league, send in .
your application and you will not open until after church on .
be afforded the first vacancy. Sundays. .
Bear in mind there are other Adios, hasta luego. Oh yes, I p'BLENDED
leagues not yet full. These ladies am studying Spanish in my
throw a mean bowling ball. time. Attending Dade. WHISKY, 86 PROOF, 65% GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS. e1962. SCHENLEY DISTILLERS CO., N.Y.C.
Fellows" come out some Wednes aunty Junior College on Mondays
day and see what the girls haveon .
the ball.

Isaiah Brown with his new Beautiful Home on Make em
bowling shoes, purchased from Your lot
Bunche Lanes Pro.Shop, has
been doing some mighty fine
bowling these days. Can it be
the shoes, the ball or is it that Tasty !
ht,| is just a good bowler? StarARcy ,

EXTRA, ra Mr. Theodore
Blue, secretary of the s.
Freeway Handicap League,
which bowls on Thursday nights 'J &Na' s
made a double pinocle last Complete HnlMIng Henrlie

Thursday. For you folks who PLANNING f 3 .
don't know what a double BUILDING
pinochle is well here goes FINANCING
the pins are left standing like
this, 4.7 6.10 You throw one Your New Home
ball and knock all four of them
down. It happens once in a life. NO DOWN
time. And it happened to Theo PAYMENTOver Iys
dore Blue. Cheers.
Twenty Ifeiim or
This may interest you. On Conjunction Hirleno ucWs 7 y
Friday night from 9 pm. till 1
am. there will be a scratch Guaranteed Satisfaction :
contest. The man rolling ,_
game score will be given a gl l flL l$}l _
reward of $10 in cash and the _
lady bowling the highest score aoaoaa4 '''c
will receive $5. And that ain't
hay. Hey! hey! PL 1-3604
m chrn
SUNNY SAYS "Serve Schenlcy'a morning flavor
: sunny
Lest you forget, on Sunday 888 N.E. 79th St.
visit the church of your choice For tastier drinks your guests will savorl"!
and then come to Bunche Lanes. Miami, Florida
Bring the family and spend a
pleasant afternoon. Bunche does
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A high score scratch game contest

+v Schenley Is a surprise to most people. It's

Friday November 16 9 p.m. till 1 a.m. 'Chenie a whisky that's light as any-but there's
a likeable difference In flavor. That's be

CASH PRIZES FOR THE HIGHEST SCOREAll 17 rse cause Schenley's straight whiskys ara
mellowed/ 8 full ears Defore blending with
men and women are invited to participateON .ar.!5y4'4.,.. grain neutral spirits. Change to Schenley

SUNDAY i ..and put flavor back In your drinks.

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.Aj:' tUItbAIY-'NOV .F. YOU'LL NEVER'GO.WRONQ.*,k.r ...1.:,:, _
PAGE 8 S MBER 17, 1962 To Meet
,."i ... .r...... --- --- Council.. .. ....... ,- "\"
Baptist Mlnister .Counpll .i '
; INTEGRATED Wims Family The ; ; .
.. SCHOOL NOWALL \h ThanksCommunity of Greater hold its Miami bi.rnonthlysession and vicinitywill "BEAT"

.J':;' NEGROIntegration """. )(::" "jt', .... ''''' on Monday, Nov. 19, beginning KNIGHT :
a'. did not, .Jast;;In a 'WK-Yi11 ''rn' mMr'!'of:'the'Wlrri St 7:30: p.m. at the Brownsville
Broward County (Fort Lauder; family ofn?<310 NW 48th St., who Baptist Church, 2775 NW GOthS .,

dale) formerly ail-whitg .elemen' was, struck by the tragedy pf: ; FRI. SAT. SUN ,'
tary school. ,*v-\ ,
", Two +(years ago the Rock 'Island having);iost four of our childrenat Highlights on the current
time wish to have the
school was the,first of,two one weekly international Sunday
entire ,community know that ware will be given by NOVEMBER 16 -
schools in that county to be integrated School lesson
than the
by order of the federal more grateful Bible Expositor, Rev. Randolph
Chris Xike which
court I manner in you and a special sermon
"" Thompson
came ; to assistance, our
The Broward school; boardvoted ; bur will be delivered by presldenti
last Thursday to turn' It ,great; loss. Rev. Thedford
into a full-fledged, all-Negro I if. would be impossible to church leaders are are extended
school. t' mention each church, school, a special invitation to attend
The board said that the move business place club or other or along with all laymen. Music
was necessary because all of the organizations and special indi will be furnished by the St.
white students had left the victuals who all helped us in a John Baptist Church choir.

school. financial way to Wear our bur Rev. T. Johnson, president; .-
den. We shall always rememberyou
.- < as friends who are and understand Rev. W. J Mason, secretary, "
t i i"I P Support United Fund

We shall be ever grateful to
First Baptist Church of Browns __'A
yule and its congregation for the s
use of the church and serviceof
its ushers, and to Mrs. Range
and her staff who left no rock
unturned to help us nothingwas
left undone.We .

are thankful, and we
know God is pleased and smiles i
upon you one and all for in His|I
Holy Book we find these blessed
"God loveth the cheerful giv-
er." I : _
The Wims Family

Private Investigator and

Miss Cora I .culver will be the Patrol Service DIONNE WMWICK\
morning speaker at St Barnabas ",'4'"DON'T
Methodist Church, Sunday, No- 225 NW 10th Street '
vemWer 25. MAKE ME OVER"WMBM's ,

She is a graduate of Bethune- PIck-Hit of The Week'
Cookman College, member of Meet your friends at
Sigma Theta Sorority, and a
teacher in the Dade County ADMISSION
School system.Richardson, FRIDAY AND SUNDAY $1.50

Food at its best ADMISSION SATURDAY $1.75
You have tried the rest
Now try the best TABLES FREE

Mrs. Bell Hopkins of 320 Continuous service from 6 a.m. ..
Prow Ave. died at her home on to 1 a.m. !!RSsRSSSi: :.:. .f :::.f::::: ;:;. .,. ::::::; !
Nov. 11, She is survived by a 6010 NW 22nd Ave.
nephew, Thomas Livingstone of NE 3.9316 Big Thanksgiving Breakfast Dance
Tampa. Funeral services were
held on Thursday, Nov. 15 at the Owned and operated by And
Church of Christ in Coconut James and Nealle Ramble
Grove with Rev, Payne, the pas
tor officiating. WEDNESDAY NITE, NOVEMBER 21

65th Terr. died at his home on DON'T MAKE IT!
Nov. 11. lie is survived My two a good location
very AND
daughters, Mrs. Annie Jacksonand IF YOU'RE OVER 75 YOU CAN'T TAKE IT!
Mrs. Ethel Mackey, and two
1232 NW 54th St.
sons.in.lawlIezkiah Jackson Admission $1.00 Tables Free Except Ringside
and C. C. Hackey. The body was .
shipped on Nov. 16 to the Rob- 6 Apart ments furnished :. :. :. :;;; :: ": :. :::::::: :. :. :. :. :. :. :. X
Funeral Home in Zoned for Business
ert Jesters
Camilla Ga., where funeral services EZ TERMSFor COMING! COMING! COMING!
will be held on Monday.
Information "THE BIG MONEY MAN"No'.ember
MRS. ANNIE MILLER, of 150 Phone FR 1.3779
NW 18th St., died Nov. 13 She to Dl 23 24 25,
survived by a sister-in-law, Mrs.
Louise Collins, a niece Mrs. Bertha .
Scott, a grandniece[ Miss Miami Times Ads ,.\ )\: i\\: "
Maxine Scott. Funeral services C\ BOWL FOR HEALTH, FUN ,
will be held Nov. 19 at Greater .
Bethel AME Church with Rev.S. Get Fast Results i twt RELAXATIONFORD j

A. Cousin,officiating.MRS. ..." ,n
LESSIE BLACK, of 235 :: t
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NW 10th St., died Nov. 11. She REAL ESTATE SPECIALS! J : .:M'
is survived by her husband, ,\ '.\' .W
Rutherford, and her mother In
1249 NW
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2 bedroom CBS with porch 4750 NW 15th Court Yhr

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Featured In Fund For, Officer SATURDAY NOVEMBER 17, 1962 : PAQE 9

: Ferguson Started I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. ,, I .!,

. Z ; ; the 109S .Officer Jerrell Ferguson ..,..", .-
Sports Illustrated who was killed in the line l/..., f ,.A It'f
of duty Wednesday night, Nov.
7 by two highwaymen. .......... ... . o --, .'::"," ,..1S ,,..:,"')..:...
TALLAHASSEE The Florida Last January in Miami, 'Hayes Ferguson leaves a wife and six t)d \ :
A&M Hitlers, the.nationsNo tied the world record fort h e I children: A fund has been opened 7 ; /J, .
100-yard dash 'at 92. Paremore I for his family. Contril/utions, ..f ;
1 small college grid .. .
power was right be L ., I
behind may sent to the
featured In the Ii.lustrated's him at 94. Miami Police I I' j
Sports .. .
were Florida A&M also has a splendid Precinct, 470 NW 11th St., in i.)01.) '* I
lead article :
on college .
football on November 5. punter named Napoleon John. care of Police Capt. George W. ;Z 'I. ,{ I \
Last Haller .: .
son. week Johnson had to or Sgt. Jesse L. Nash. < ;:r.'t V' "
Walter kick eight times, "' ..
Authored by Bingham, averaging 45 This \" '
yards a try, A&M is certainly a worthy ''
the article read In part: encountered I ).
stiff opposition from Tennessee cause. ,' .. "
"The world of small-college i State A&I, winning only! '
football grows ever more similar 20-0. Hayes went 18 yards for ;'t i
to that:of..the major colleges. j one touchdown in the game:,, Stop Look Listen (CEAN.
Here we have Jake Gaither, 1.It will be I I
an Inspiration to
of Florida A&M,
coach winning
BENEFIT SLATED 'I listen to Rev. W '
17 straight, games, some by
scores of 78-0, 60-0 and 526. Listen preach on Tuesday, Nov. 20 at CLEAN. :
FOR StAIN: 8 p.m. sharp at Bethel AME t
to him: The offense isn't : Church, il .
215 NW
8th St. The
working right. The running *
POLICEMANClyde IJethelltes of Greater Bethel .
game isn't going like it should.
Something lias"'to t>doneDar- Killens. manager of the welcome you. Please come. CLEAN.- pl ..

rell Royal .of' Texas couldn't} Knight Beat Club i at Sir John .
said it Wetter. ,_
have Hotel, is sponsoring a benefit all- l p PM o 4 "
star show and dance on Wednesday .
"Florida A&M, understandably
Nov. 23. for the 1 j
is king of the smallcollegeteams. family
It has the fastest halfback -----
in the country, Robert ; .
Hayes and Robert Paremore. ,
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Football ScoresN. I IJhat'sthet

C. A&T,32Vn. Va. State 8 E
Union 26 N.C. Col. 13 S
Dillard 12 Ala. A&M 8 XAHII --
n. c. 74Grambling Claflin 10 l
20 Ark. A&M 20Howard ward Fritz Jr., from a benefit
Morehouse 28 '8 sponsored:; 'hv the Elk< of whlqh
Albany 23 Morris 12 ; I he was chairman of the fundraising taste
Clark 20 Savannah 0 committee
Fla. A&M 67 Allen 0 ., Fritz was a white patrolmanslain ;
Lincoln (Mo.) 16 Tom. St. 16 I In an attempt to arrest you get with'FLEISCHMANN'S .
Pick 42 Ala. St. 0Dugie's ; '; the rye Negroes .
lIe also spearheaded the drive
f e ) slT11 for Frank Legrec, who was In-
Guest House 1' ; volved in the integration fight 4"t I i
< : to maintain his home In a prev
.; iou \
:' ly all white neighborhood.
The house of clean rooms fr"'A.\ ;; The Miami! Times is behind > D

Open 24 hours NE 4.3851 ,:.:c".y f .. Lof : dred Clyde's worthy and cause one he hun GIN ,-. a
Seeing is percent hopes is as ,
the late Officer Jerrell Fer successful in his coming projectas -
guson. he has been in the previous "
See us for clean rooms years.Tickets. =-

Jamaica Dugie, always a Clyde gave assistance to the for the benefit dance ';(( .
friend children of the the late Officer I may be purchased from Sgt. 4:4' ; (? 'i.1"
Leroy LeFleur in 1950 and in Jesse Nash, who is chairman, or tam
2941 NW 47th St., Miami 1953 he donated a check to the i any member of the police depart
D4DF, family of the late Officer Ed- ment. MM mm CRAIN so no* .m noscnum mum/ coif.,cw run wr

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HE TIMES MIAMI, FLA. I St. Andrew's Hollywood,Episcopal Fla. Women Of Saint Mary .

Father Elisha S. Clarke, Jr.,

rf i priest In chargeSt. Raise Over $3,000.
J""""'" -
"Why I Quit TheMinistry" Andrews will celebrate lit On Sunday, Nov. 11 an over dream was realized when the
Patronal Festival and Silver Anniversary whelming crowd witnessed the I finance committee gave the
is Post total of the day as $3,253.50. The
: from Friday, Nov. 30 most successful Woman's Day In I I membership of St. Mary's is
M' "
Magazine ArticleEvery through Monday, Dec. 3. the history of the church. deeply grateful for those who
labored and the many who contributed .
The festive schedule is as The church was far too small I financially and numerically
COUNTY year ordained clergymen follows: for the large 'crowd who came In order to make the daya
are leaving the ministry In from far and near to worship success. Rev. H. V. Stuart
I I Friday: St. Andrew's Day with the congregation. Miss
numbers. and the trustees are filled with
unprecedented of
NEWS r Nov. 30. solemn evensong Dorothy Major was chairman of
.nose disillusioned men gives Joy at the out come of the ser-
6 p.m. The guest the day, assisted by her coworkers
: his this are giving God the
i you reasons In week'sjaturday vice. They
preacher, the Rev. H. Bertha Miss
Very Mrs. Adderly,
r r
Evening Post. He'sorder and thanks for what He
Presbyterian minister Ina Lyttleton Zimmerman, dean of Marie Boykins, Mrs. Edith Dun- nas done, realizing that all
fly WALTER BOWD wealthy surtturban commun the Ft. Lauderdale Deanery. comWe: Mrs. Lenora Ferguson. things can be accomplished

,.. ity who left the ministry last Sunday: First Sunday in Ad Miss Marie White, well knownIn hrough Him. Again we are
year. And he doesn't mince any vent, Dec. 2, Solemn High Mass, religious circles, spoke from ;grateful to all participants and
The Broward County Beautlc- ..voids''in describing his dissatis- procession, sermon and the Ad the depths of her heart using may God's choicest blessingsrest
: Hallandale present their fall *elf as a religious, ward-healer, men and boys 11 a.m. At 5 pm. God's Program," and the spiritual "" ,
fashion show and hair style and 4 gentleman lecturer and recreation the Patronal Festival Tea, fervor ran high.
dance at the Celebrity Loungein director.: Some people in Solemn Evensong and the Benediction i
Pembroke Road in Hallan Its congregation even acted uncomfortable of the Blessed Sacra I Ml. ZIon Baptist Church was dispensed at low
dale, Monday Nov. 19. Musicby when ho called on largely represented, and part
ment at 7 The
W. C. Baker and, his Band ahem His description of the p.m. guest preach. cpated on the program. cost
er, the Rev. Jarrette C. Atkins
of Blues Little ClaraJ. who made the church Blood urine tests for health
-Queen men up vicar of St. Christopher's., Space will not permit us to ,
Come and enjoy yourself. governing board responses of Ft. Lauderdale. mention the number of guests and marriageDR. '
.ne Sunaay School teachers to who came to worship at the ser
Mr and Mrs. Nathaniel Watson his suggested training program Monday:, Dec. 3 the Patronal vice. In the audience sat Prof LONG'S CLINICA
of Opalocka are the proud -and how memberrsnip requirements Festival Banquet, 8 pm. at the Anthony E. Gardiner, principalof
parents of their first batty boy, in the church stacked Bethune Elementary Schooj Booker T. Washington High General Health Service
born Nov. 1. Mr. Watson is a up against the requirements cafetorium. The guest speaker, School. Non-surglcal treatment of Rupture
barber at Bowe's Barber Shop of a local service'club'will give the Rev. James H. Hall, vicar Rectal Diseases, Varicose
No. 2 in Carver Ranches. you food for thought. What was of St. Timothy's Church ana i The evening worship climaxed Veins, Prostate, Arthritis, Re.
the straw that finally bruke the chaplain of the College Worker the day with a musical pro duclng.
camel's: back? You'll find out in I gram with many participants
to Episcopal Students of Be. Parking In rear
The Freeway Handicap Leagueis Why I quit the Ministry" la thune Cookman College, Day- I from various churches At this FR 3.2748 ls.. HI 8.0194
about ,to complete one- service Greater Bethel
week's AME
just this Saturday EveningPost. I
tlon 100. The public is cordially 1545 S.W. 1st StreetJACK'S
third of its winter bowling at was largely represented. Tht:
the Bunche Lane. Last Thurs invited to all of the activities chairman and her committee expected -
Theodore Blue, mem tona Beach. Banquet subscnp-I ,
day night a goal for $3,000 and a "" '" ""
ber of Cloverleaf Sports Shop, and services.
sloneofhthegbig four split a i --

difficult, shot. He will be FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
very The Young Matrons are celebrating -
wearing his Big 4 patch soon. their fourth anniversaryon 4600 NW 23rd Ave. MEN'S WEAR

Mr. Blue is a very consistent Nov. 18 at 3:30: pm. at Betnei Rev. W. M. Davis Sr., pastor
bowler that never gives in. He apostolic Temple, 2310 NW The First Baptist Church ot 944 NW 2nd Avenue
is also secretary of Freeway o8th St. Sister 'ihelma Wallace, Brownsville invites to come
Handicap League and is doinga president; Doris Akins, pastor.
and with each Sunday
worship us
fine Job. 'I..; Exclusive Men's Wear, from the top of your head to
clipped morning. This Is a friendly
Barber Shop
bowes Blanford church in a friendly community the tip of your toes includingHats
three games Leonard of
Fleming SW 18th
last week. with a friendly pastor and Shoes Shirts Suits Trousers of
St. and 41th ave., Carver Ran hospitality waits your arrival. Caps
ches, is very ill at his home. Come and with Styles and
i worship us, we quality at popular pricesBE
Mrs. Rhoda Thompson of 4701 I welcome you.Sunday .
NW 19th St., Carver Ranches SURE TO COME AND SEE US
died Monday, Nov. 12. She is Comrade Ralph Seymour of School each Sundayat
survived by three daughters, J21J SW 22nd fat. is very sick. 9:30: and BTU each Sundayat
Mrs. Mary Sears Mrs. Margaret He is a member of VFW Post 5 p.m..
Miller, and Pauline Thompson No. 8100. Friends wish for hima
three sons, Fred, Willie and speedy recovery. The sword drill was the high
Walter; a sister Ethelyn light of the BTU last Sunday STAR MEAT MARKET
Bowles, and a host of grand and with soldiers in attendance tht
great-grand children. Friends up Broward County leading ones wns Miss Teresa -
way send deepest sympathy to Galleshaw and Odean White-
reward 8195VFW the Horace bharpe family in head. Will you young people 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
The South Post orth Miami Beach and those In and adults come and join us in .
meets Sunday, Nov. 18 Utterly City studying God's word? .
from 6 to p,m. at the Chamberof
Commerce Building in West e
Hollywood. All members, pleasebe
mettmership: for 1963. Brine ,a
new member. Alfred Watkins I have over 35 choice lots in exclusive location. You

Jr., post commander can have your home built* low as $295 down pay.

The Carver Ranches Fire ment. have a few samples ready for inspection. Fresh, Meat-Low Prices
Department meets Monday, Nov.
19. 8:30: p.m All members are Call Irving Gordon MO 56870BARKLEY'S
asked to be present. Walter

Blatch, president.
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urrq dews Ground Breaking SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1962 PAGE 11

Golden Jubilee At Mt. Olivette CeremoniesGround breaking ceremonies Women Of Saint Paul AME .

The Mt. Olivette Baptist at 3 p.m. the anniversary ser for the new Mt. Tabor Baptist Church Raise $7.629.441 \

Church, 1450 NW 1st Court mon will be preached by Rev Church was held last Sunday .. .f

observed Its Golden Jubilee L. A. Thompson, pastor of; afternoon with an outdoor service 1------In an atmosphere of beauty drive were made. More than 50

starting Nov 11 through Nov. Temple Baptist Church, and on the property at NW and spiritual reliance an overcapacity I ladles made very fine reports,
U). The following churches rendered moderator of the Atlantic Coast 17th ave. and 67th St. The Rev. crowd witnessed the 15 of which reported $100 or
services during the week; Baptist Association. All churcnes Edward T. Graham was guest 18th Woman's Day Celebrationof more.

of celebration. of the association will be guest speaker. St. Paul AME Church on Sun
Sunday, Nov. 11, 9 p.m. at this time. The old building will be de- day, Nov. 11. Mrs. May Dell Braynon, one
Rev. A. D. Hall, Ebenezer Meth- Mt. Olivette was organized molished. The Rev. T. C. Kelley of the most dedicated membersof
odistMonday by Rev. S. A. Sampson, Oct. 20, pastor of St. Paul AME Mrs. Ernestine Robinson, the St. Paul, was crowned Mrs.
Nov. 12, 7:30 p.m. 1912 at that time Miami was a Church will be the builder. chairman in her usual charming St. Paul having raised the larg-
Rev. W. E. Sims, Friendship small village. As Miami grew The pastor, Rev. Purdy S. manner, presided very gracefully est sum among the captains.Mrs. .
Baptist. so did Mt. Olivette. During the Brown and congregation were for the day. The pastor and Jessie Smith, who has held

Tuesday, Nov. 13 7:30: p.m. 50 years Mt. Olivette has had very happy on this occasion. the entire membership lauded the title for two years, made
Brantley{ Greater only two her for a Job weU done. the presentation of the trophyto
B. :
Rev. J. pastors, Rev. S. A. Mrs. Braynon.
Bethel Primitive. Sampson 37 years, and Rev. 1. FIRST BAPTISTYou Mrs. Walton Young Robinson,
Wednesday, Nov. 14, 7:30: p.m. C. Mickins, 12% years. the speaker for the morning Reports of $100 or more were

Rev. T. C. Kelley Jr., St. Pastor Mickins stated that the are cordially Invited to worship, captured the attention made by:
Paul AME. future outlook of the church is worship with us at the First :of her audience from the beginning Mrs. Ernestine Robinson $610;
Thursday, Nov. 15, 7:30: p.m.- I very bright, the church is grow Baptist Church the church that to the end, as she unfoldedthe Mrs. May Dell Braynon 358; Mrs.
Rev. P. S. Brown, Mt. TaUor. i ing and growing. Come and has for its motto, "The Friendly formula for- the continuous Annie Shenett 342; Miss Mildred
Friday, Nov. 16, 7:30: p.m. ; celebrate with us our Golden Church" in the heart of a friend movement of Christian Womenon Gay 263; Mrs. Beatrice Wise
Rev. E. T. Graham, Mt. Zion. Jubilee. ly community with a friendly New Frontiers.It 173; Mrs. Juanita Fisher 135;
On the third Sunday, Nov. 18 Miss Estelle Bowins, reportercal pastor.The. Mrs. Henrietta Ferguson $124;
pastor will feature a ser- was the close of the even Mrs. Florence Rolle 114; Mrs.
ies of sermons on the seven Ing worship that reports for this Johnnie P. Mason 111; Mrs.

seals! beginning Sunday. Will Clara Hilton 110: Mrs. Clarice
TEMPLE BAPTISTRev. program rendered the
lOGfrs.. Marjorie
choir you come worship with us? We Carnegay ;
was enjoyed.
L. A. Thompson. pastor Strachan, Mrs. Drucllla Mrs. Thomp Vernell welcome you.BAHA'I. JAMAICA Tarpley lOG; Mrs. Mary Dancy,
Branham 100
103 Mrs. Mary ;
ladies of Templedid
gracious son and Mrs.
The Matilda Hall were Mrs. Josephine Champion 100.
it again Sunday sixth annual as they Wo observed honored by the appreciation ASSEMBLYMrs. DEPORTS REV. Reports are still being received
committee, comprising Mrs. B.
for the Woman's Day Drive
man's Day. Members and friends Hart, Mrs. L. Williams and Miss Toby Emanuel of 43 Star and those captains and members
numbers.Mrs. I KINGThe
turned out in large I L. Rose. Island, Miami Beach, will con who have not reported are not
I. G. Pratt-Wilder, guest The occasion was a success, clude her series of lectures on too late.
speaker for the morning, was' spiritually, financially and cul Judaism at 8 p.m. Sunday Nov. Rev. Clennon King of Albany .
at her very best as she inspired I turally.Captain. 18 at the Baha'I Center, 137 NW Ga., who refused politi The ground breaking service
the congregation with a challenging Esther Campbell and 11th Ave. Her subject for this cal asylum at Kingston, Jamaica previously set for Sunday, Nov.
message. She was fittingly her the largest session will be: "Jewish Cul from what he called "Insidi 18 has been postponed. When
introduced by Miss D. L. amount raise I ture. The public Is cordially Invited ous persecution In the U. S., was the date is set, the public will
Hart. Mrs. Bessie Bethune's The chairman, Mrs. Lula M to attend. Phone Secret deported last Thursday.The be notified, as the membership
rendition of "Something WithIn Colebrook and co-chairman tary, FR 1.5420 for further In. desire to have everyone Join
," added to the fervor. Miss: Mrs. Esther Campbell, the cap formation.ST. minister arrived In Jamaica in this great exent.
Elsie Douglas gave the occasion. tains and other workers wish to September.. Roy Mc
Nell minister of home affairs The pastor who is an avid
The women's choir, with Mrs. thank the guests and friends ,,
in charge, sang rejected his application for polltlcal photographer, enjoyed himself
Vernell Strachan from the various churches and BARNABAS W. M. this
Immensely Sunday
Mrs. Irene Brown's: the asylum and set Oct. 2-1
beautifully. patrons and advertisers for
touching. the Rev. 13. A. Culmer, pastor as the deadline for him to leave flashing stills. Now after a
observation During the was evening the musl-- very splendid cooperation. Mrs. S. Dawklns, reporter the country. King dropped GUI week of rest, he will again pre.
"" of sight but was seen on a side at the morning service and
Mrs. S. Dawkins, reporter extends to the public a welcometo
Kinkston street
UETIIKL: BAPTISTRichmond on Wednesday
Alumni of Fla. Sunday School was opened by Join us. For the evening serVice
HeightsRev. H.
the superintendent, Miss Immigration authorities i
put the Rev. Harrison of the
Normal Urged To L. R. Ross, pastor Trotman. him on an airliner bound for New Hope Baptist Church and

Sunday, Nov. 18 you are cor Morning worship was led by Miami the next day. I his congregation. will An
Attend Mt. TaborThe dially Invited to come and wor the pastor The Rev. G. Sawyer, interesting day is panned for
students and ship with us in observance ol assistant pastor of Israel Beth all.

friends Alumni of Florida, Normal and our Men's Day program. This is. el P. B. Church, delivered from a First very; Church of The Open Door
soul-stirring message
College please accept; anticipated to be a well worth ?
Industrial Peter 3; subject 'A Call to :o Rev. H. C. McDowell
official while occasion to those of pastorA.
invitation to
this as an you Marvelous Light." Everyon* Woman's Day At St.
E. McNeal
I who reporter
worship with the Mt. Tabor attend. Fortunate arc was uplifted spiritually. Choir
Family Sunday, Nov. 18 at 11 we to be the recipients of two No. 1 furnished music with Mrs Last Sunday Rev. McDowel
a.m. in special services spon-I such outstanding and wel L. Knowles at the organ. was the guest speaker for the James SundayThe
sored by the Home abreast ministers of the Gospe The Rev. H. Demeritte out Founders Day program at his
ciety of Mt. Tabor in recognition' as our guest speakers. Our two assistant pastor, was In charge Alma Mater, Talladega College,, women of St. James AME
of the climax of Education I very prominent speakers an of the evening worship. He In this absence the member/) Church are looking forward

Week. Rev P. W. Williams, pastor of: preached an inspiring sermon and friends of the Open D o o r i eagerly to Sunday, Nov. 18 for
The speaker will be Dr. R. W.' St. Luke Baptist Churcrh and from Psalm 119:11: ; theme "The had the pleasure of hearing & this Is the day when they will

Puryear president of Florida Rev. 0. W. Foster, pastor of An Word In the Heart." Mrs. M. message delivered by Dr. Kelsey be in the spotlight. We anticipate
Normal and Industrial College. tioch Baptist Church. Culmer was In charge of music. Pharr whom we feel very closeto the most successful Wo-
Mariah Shines, president; Rev. Deacon Sherman Clark, chair You are cordially invited to us as it was at his home man's Day observance In thechurch's

P. S. Brown, pastor. man; Bro. King Fisher, co-chair our Woman's Day program Nov. that we had our small begin history.

man. 25. The morning speaker will be ning with nine members who The day's activities will begin .
GRACE PRESBYTERIANFriday Mrs. Cora Culver and Mrs. Al- were either members of a con with Sunday School at 9:30:

night is Banquet MT. CARMEL M. BAPTISTRev. bertha Carroll will speak during gregation church or who had and will continue throughoutthe

Night at Holmes Elementary the evening. attended an American Mission. day. For the 11 a.m. servicewe
D. A. Bradley, pastor Mrs. Rosa Roberts is ill In the School. Since then we have
School, 1175 NW 67th St. at 8p.m. ary will have as our guest speak.
Mrs. Christine Cherry, reporter: hospital. We wish for her a members burned two mortgnrtgagcs '
Our church anniversaryweek 250 er, Mrs. M. Aathalle Range, proprietor
has been wonderful one. You may work and work, and speedy recovery. and have the plans for of the Range Funeral
We'll about this next' work and go from sun to sun our future sanctuary which will Home, and one of the communl-
week.say more but work without unity, no GREATER BETHEL AME bo started the first of the year. ty's most renowned personallIcs. -
I Ing will ever be done. Women At 3 p.m. our former pas-
This Sunday Is called "Ever)' Day at this great. church will be 1 ev. S. A. Cousin, pastor Sunday we will observe Holy tor, Rev. If. McNeal Harrisl and
Member Canvass"; Sunday. All the fourth Sunday in this The Lord's Supper service will Communion and receive new his congregation Dyne
members are urged to be at month and we are looking for be observed on the fourth Sun- members Into the church. Chapel, West Palm Beach, will
church Sunday morning and we all our friends to come share day In November because of the be In charge of the service. To
will sign our pledge cards during I the goodness of God with us on South Florida Conference con- Sunday, Nov. 18, will be Loyalty culminate the activities, there
the congregational meeting' this day.Pastor. vening at West Palm Beach Day at the Church of the will b\j a special musical program
Individual members
after the service.Let's Bradley is back from opening Nov. 28 through Dec. 2 Open Door. at 7 p.m. featuring some
pledge to support our I his vacation and it seems as if with the Bishop W. F, Ball of evidencing will respond their to Roll continued Call thus loyalty of the local high school talent.

church budget on a regular I the rest has given him a deeper the 11th Episcopal District pre and support as the church The chairman and co-chain

basis. Sun look on life in the ministry. He siding. N24 completes plans, financially and man, Mrs. Margaret Reynoldsand
Nov.' 19 is thanksgiving preached this first Sunday as otherwise, for the erection of itsaanctuar Mrs. Annie Brown, are
day. On that Sunday our never before. ST. MATTHEW BAPTISTRev. the working very diligently with
Thanksgiving baskets will be Tuesday night is still our Expense
current Budget for the he various committees to make
dedicated during the morning fountain' of prayer, and we are .. N. F. Clarke, pastor year 1003. his a memorable occasiononethat
service. The deacons request asking you to remember the Albertha Woodbury, reporterThe you shouldn't miss. Visit
that all members will bring food sick and shut-ins. Woman's Day Committeehas Many members attended the St.'James Sunday.GREATER .
and a special offering this Sun postponed Woman's Day_activities Southeast Association of the I I
day for the baskets. Please re MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev. from the week of Nov. United Church of Christ meet ST. MARK P.B.
member to do this. This Sunday! 12 thru Nov. 18 to the week of ing at the Robertson Memorial
The pastor offers his personal E. M. Thomas, pastor Nov. 19-25. This is due to the Church. The Church of The IUr. F. L. Johnson, pastor
helpli4 Phyllis Myers reporter dearly beloved Open Door, by its excellent ratIng -
thanks to all who are of our Mrs. Ruthie Mae Scott
busy month of I Sunday afternoon at 3:00: the brother Allen Ferguson. Bro. in stewardship and membership reporter
to make our
Lord what will Thou have me
ushers board celebrated memberof growth has qualified for ,
November a successful one in number 4 Ferguson was an active a
the of our church.A their first anniversary.The long standing at St. Matthewsand substantial loan towards erection to do?
history thanks to all members program was a big success will be greatly missed by of its new sanctuary which The Women's Auxiliary of the
and great friends of Grace Presbyterian I and everyone enjoyed themselves the church and the community. promises to be unique in church church are working very diligently
who helped to make I very much. Better known as Preacher Ferguson architecture. to beautify our church.
14th anniversary celebration Sunday, Nov. 18, the Red the body will be funeral- Friends and visitors are always There will be a trip aroundthe
a Joyful occasion. Circle and the Sunshine Band ized at the church Nova, 17. welcome at our 11 a.m. world Friday, Nov. 17.

Last Sunday was Every Member are sponsoring a program which We are again inviting all our services every Sunday. Buses will leave the church at
Canvass Day. Members:. will begin at 3 p.m. They are friends and the community at 8 p.m. Tickets will be on sale
Have you made your pledge? we: asking the cooperation of the large to attend our Women's MT. SINAI BAPTISTRev. at the church. The trip ends at
need your consistent and regular entire church. Day activities. Our speaker for 3220 NW 47th St., home of Sis.
support. We are praying for all sick the morning will be Mrs. Bertha S. A. Thomas, pastor Baker.
Please bring your donation of, members to have a speedy re- Smith a well known civic and Mrs. J. S. Walker, reporter It's fellowship time Sunday
food for the Thanksgiving bas-" ov religious worker. The afternoon Woman's Day at Mt. Sinai will all day. Come out and worship
kets this Sunday morning. The: ST. LUKE BAPTIST program will be highlighted byplay be observed Nov. 25. Mrs. Inez with us In spirit and In truth.man's .
deacons are in charge of pre- a entitled The Great Judge Dinkins Is general chairman.The .
paring and distributing these Rev. P. W. Williams, pastor ment Morning." This play Is directed guest speaker for the

baskets. Bunesba Green reporterYou by Mrs. Arlean Miller. will be Mrs. M. L. Nixon '
OUr preacher this Sunday will invited to attend a Remember the date: Nov. 19 morning Day drive, Mmes. Not-
Thompson. are 25th. This year's a member of Mt. Tabor tage, Farrington, Downs an'
be the Rev. Jack C. Tea at the home of thru the program
Members and friends are urg- Calendar Lois Dell. 1051NW is under the chairmanshipof Baptist Church and Phyllis Hires sponsored a musical
as Deacon and Wheatley Elementary School festival MOnday Nov. 12 at 8
ed to come to the evening Sunday Nov. 18 Mrs. Lillian Clarke with Mrs.
services. 30th haIr. faculty.' a.m. A delightful program was
well the morning the Elizabeth Edwards as cc>
Both as enjoyable and inspirIng from 3-5 pm., sponsored by In the Interest of the Wo-, been planned for this occasion..It .
occasions.are Deaconess B ca.Donat1olJ,$1.00.

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t PAGE 12 SATURDAY,. NOVEMBER 17,, 1962 loving and memory of our. dear DEATHS MRS. RHODA THOMPSON of
father grandfather.
"" ,.....", .._.J .... 4701 SW 19th St., West Hollywood -
., I, -- died on Nov. 12. Survivors
bPt Include three daughters, Mrs
I CARDS MEMORIALS F .lingo .. ,. Mary Sears Mrs. Margaret ,.Mil
lers, and Miss Curline Thompson -

: MR GLADYS HERNANDEZ three sons, Willis, Fred
,: -' n I[I 'ffy former MiamIan died at and Walter.three; sisters, 19

IN MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKSThe her residence in Asbury Park. grandchildren, 20 great Brand-
1"1'1 N.J. on Nov. 13. She is survivedby children. Funeral arrangements
: In 'loving memory of our dear family; of the late ) ft6t mother, Mrs. Ruby Hunter 'are Incomplete.
,. sister and wife LOUIS' GOLDEN r sry ; 'i three sisters, Mesdames
who departed this life Novem* i'it.'r .U1u'u .Mary' Tyler, Ruth Franklin and MAJOR BENNETT of 210
her 1, wishes, to thank ahd ex* u Sophie Burrows. Local services NW 16th St., apt 4 died at his
a( press their sfncere appreciation': rwx4 ,a y .. .,. 'aw" '"'Y )' .will be conducted here. home Nov. 12. Remains were
to; the wonderful neighbors, and 1, 'Wo'" /1 shipped to Summerton, S. C. on
many friends both in and out of? ": .t.\i>t. tJ.',. HENRYSLATER SR. Thursday for final rites. Survivors -
,he city of Miami, who were so, I' :2057 NW 6th: Place died Nov, Include his mother, Mrs.
rind during our hours of be- '. 14. lie was a retired carpenterand Hester Bennett, two brothers,

lOdvement. Thanks for your JA ::1jt.. had lived In Miami since I Willie and Benjamin, two sisters -
ards, letters, telegrams, flow-. ; 1925. He was a member of the Mrs. Ellastine Bushordand
!rs and all kind gestures of Church of Christ of which Bro, Mae Catherine Bennett.
ympathy. Special thanks to Thompson is the pastor. Sur.
Rev. T. C. Kelley, the choir, and vivors include a son,'Henry Jr,
nembers of St. Paul AME of West Palm Beach, two sisters, HARRY SYMONDS, of 312.C
Church, the management and Mrs. Allie Nackers and Mrs. Lll- NW 14th St., died Nov. 11. Ser-
''mployees of Florida Linen lie Williams. Funeral services vices were held on Thursday
;supply, the Allen Funeral :'!'n"Y: __._" ,' are Incomplete. i I Nov. 15, 2 pm. at the Chapel
I with Rev. Aaron Hall
dome, last but not least to Mrs SAM JACKSON D. pastor
juanita Hooks. May God bless i who departed this life Novenvtor WILLIE F. STREETER I of Ebenezer Methodist Church,
,ach and everyone of you. 13, 1957. : : 1201 NW 64th St., died Nov. I officiating: Survivors Include
The Family Sleep on father and take yopr 14. He is survived by his parents' Halls.friends, Mr. and Mrs Murray
rest, we love you but God loves: Willie Lee and Mrs. Dora Lee
you best. Harris Streeter, five brothers,
1 IN MEMORIAMIn May he rest In peace. P Arthur James, Henry Lee, 1429 JAMES HENRY SCOTT of
NW 5th place died at The
Son and daughterAnd James Otis, Alphonso, and Rich
loving memory of our hus- grand children ard Charles; two sisters, Mayola Veterans Hospital on Nov. 10.
jand and father, The Jackson Family Ghee and Mary Louise Clarke, Arrangements are Incomplete.

.. : and other relatives. Arrange
'j" w
MRS. BERTHA REDMONDwho I ments are incomplete.

passed November 11, 1338! The family of the late, Albert .
Sleep on and take your rest MR. HORACE SHARPE, III r
we love you but the Lord love 1r of 1467 NE. 154th Terr., North MRS.
you best. There's no one can Miami Beach who passed away GUSSIE TOLIVER,
mother of Miss Clementine Toli-
take place: a
lour November 1, 1962 at Jackson
Essie B. Patterson, sister Memorial Hospital would like ver and Mesdames Marie Wal-
Willie Redmond, husbandThe to thank the staff of nurses, doctors lace and Josephine Mays, diedat
rest of the family nurses aides and orderlies home, 376 NW 15th St., Nov.
for their kindness to us. Also, 17. Chapel services were con
the Rev. P S. Brown of the Mt. ducted Nov. 12, 2 pm with Rev

CARD OF THANKS Tabor Baptist Church, the Rev. I $q J. E. Murray officiating. Ana.
H. L. Evans and all the"members i M.Ii' tive of Hawkinsvllle, Ga., she i Is
'The family of the late, of Gibbs Chapel of North also survived by three .sisters
MRS. CHRISTINE J, KING Miami ,Beach and the many 1th- and four grandchildren.

expresses sincere appreciationto er persons who gave. Kind messages ., .
Rev. William F. Savoy, pas and performed special ser b fl MRS. MATTIE HOLLAND,
tor of Grace Presbyterian vices. All the neighbors and died at home, 550 NW 14th St.,
Church. Rev. B row n, the friends of Miami and North Nov. 8. Her survivors are a
participating minister, Mrs. Oscar Miami Beach.and the many1'oth- daughter, Mrs. Rosa Lee Hagins
L. Range and staff of Range City of North Miami Beach flyfl a two sons, Vernon and Rufus.
j uneral Home and to our many Many thanks for 'your cards, She was sent to Green Cove
friends and neighbors for their flowers, telegrams, use of so Springs for services and burial
flowers, verbal condolences< '\ .. many cars. :, : itf: : :' KEELS

elegrams, cards and acts ofivindness ._ ._, .__. .._ ._. .1.! Many, 'many thanks to the 2128 Wilmington
during our bereave. -- -- ;Francis Funeral Home for /such St., Opa.locka, died In
ment. We pray God's blessings MR. HENRY MOORE I fine service. '' the V. A. Hospital Nov. 10. A

upon each of you. 'who departed this life November Thanks to all for your kind. .._ ..__. native Mlamian, he is survivedby
-- --- 'p -
Mr. Whitfield King 17, I960. ness in our hour of grief and his widow, Pearlene, three
Mrs. E'dna Eloise Johnson There is no death In heaven; sadness. Mr. Maude Stirrup Brown daughters, parents Mr. and Mrs
Mrs. Roena Parlin. For they who gain that shore Mrs. Bertha Sharpe wife age 55 of 1832 NW 59th St. passed Leroy Keels and seven grand
Have won their immortality away Monday. She came here children. He will lie in reposeIn
And they can die no more. IN MEMORIAMIn ", 40 years ago from Nassau. She the chapel from 1 p.m. Fri
niEMORIAM I Mrs. Malvena V. Moore, I was a member of St. James day until funeral time Saturday -
.. wife ... .memory...of our mother, Baptist Church She is survivedby at 1 p.m. with Rev. H. E.
In loving memory of my be- McKenzie Moore son a daughter] Mrs. Lenora Greene officiating.
'. "' '..ved husband, Sands, son.ln-law. Arlington
.. Sands, two brothers, James Funeral service for THOMAS
; CARD OF THANKSThe Stirrup, Miami and Glaston Stirrup HICKS, 1888 NW 67th SI., were '
New York City, three grandchildren heeld 1 hnet Myrace W9Utoewheld
family of the late, Mrs. Leotha Harrell, in the chapel Nov. 13 at
ARLINGTON N. GRAY Jennifer Sands and Arlington 3:30: p.m., Rev. Wilmer Bouyer.
wish to express sincere Sands] Jr., one grand son-in.law, officiated.
thanks and appreciation to the r. Theodore Harrell, an aunt, Mrs. i
F neighbors and friends for their Eliza Dean, an uncle, Lewis MRS. LAURA HOLLIMAN,.
.I. ., kind expression of sympathy Dean of Nassau. 'I' 1590 NW 56th St., will be sent
k I during the passing of their loved Services will be held Satur. to Dublin, Ga. Friday night

'... one.Thanks day Nov. 17 at 3 p.m. at St. where final rites will be con.'
r' I for your cards, telegrams James Baptist Church 323 NW ducted on Nov. 18.
c t flowers and all the kind 14th St. with the Rev. Johnson CLARENCE
a gestures of sympathy. officiating of
Special thanks to our pastor, 1324 NW 1st Ct., died Nov. 13.
Rev. L. A. Thompson, Mr. Francis His survivors are wife, three
and staff of Fancis Funeral sons two sisters. Arrangementsare
ar incomplete
Gray Family
Hester Gray, wife PLEAS HOLLIDAY, 1450 NW
6th court, died Nov. 11. Remains
will be sent to Waynesboro Ga.
IN MEMORIAM Friday afternoon for funeral
>> services and burial. His survivors -
In sad but loving memory of I MRS. .EMMA MURRAY Include his widow Fannie,
our dear husband and father. who departed this life November a son.,two brothers and\ two sisters -

......_z.-....__"'._.........,.._.. 14, 1930. .
1 DEACON SAMUEL G. We shall meet you again on that a
FERGUSONwho a r ; w a heavenly height I

deuarted this life November For along your light the way shall lead us M. S. Allen .
18 1961.
When, the.task, that is given us
Gone but not forgotten.I .
Is done MR. LOUIS GOLDEN, 101
cannot say, and will not say When the strife is ended the NW 17th St., died Nov. 1. Survivors
That he Is dead, he is Just away; his wife
battle is won. are Mrs. Isabelle
With a cheery smile and a wave Golden, three
of the hand Mother dear. f n' nephews I and a
the children sister-in-law. Funeral
Lovingly services
lie has wandered to
land. an unknown Lucretia, James1 William Jr. were held on Nov. 10 at 'St.
Glover da w Paul AME Church
Mae 1871 NW
Think of him still as the same, P4REV 51st Terr.
.. I say Murray
,He is not dead, he is Just away. CARD OF THANKSThe
Mrs. Zora C. Ferguson" wife
Father and Stepmotherfour family of the late ALLAN FERGUSON: MRS. MARY WALLACE of
sisters, three brothersand MRS.. HATTIE HIPPARD Funeral services for Rev. Al 14900 Polk St., Richmond His.
host of relatives LEVINS I Ian Ferguson of 1310 NW 67th died Monday Nov. 12. She is
who departed this life October I St., whose passing occurred on survived by her husband Jacob
> 30, 1962 In Jacksonville wishesto Nov. 8, will be conducted on Dean, three daughters, Mrs.
.IN MEMORIAM take this method of expressing Saturday, Nov. 17 at St. Mat Coreen Sands, Mrs. Myrtle
DEACON WILLIAM E. their sincere thanks and thews Baptist Church of which Holmes and Ella Mae Dean, two
In memory of one we loved HEPBURNwho appreciation to the many friends he was assistant pastor. He will sons, James and George Dean,
dearly, departed this life November and neighbors for their kin "ex. lie In repose at the chapel beginning 17 grands, 1 great grand, two
7 JAMES R: DIXON 10, 1958. : pression of sympathy during at 1 p.m. Friday and sisters, Mrs. Annie McKenzieand
who departed this life November Gone but not forgotten. their. hours of bereavement. will be taken to the church at Mrs. Ella Wallace, a Wroth-
18, 1952. May he rest in peace and light Many thanks to all who sent 9 p.m. Friday. er-lnlaw, Funeral services will
*r We humbly bow to The will perpetual shine upon him. flowers and, cards, also those He Is survived by a wife, Mrs. be held Monday, Nov. 19, 10-30:
O God. Mrs. Clothilda Hepburn, who gave words of sympathy. Ida ,Ferguson, a daughter Mrs. am. from ST. Peter's American
A :. Mrs. J. L. Dixon, wife wife May God bless each and everyone Mitylene Williams, three sisters, Catholic Church with the Very
is Mrs. Dorothy Dixon Rlzer, Five DaughtersTwo of you. two brothers and a host of relatives Rev. Dean N. A. Derrick, OSB
'. daughter sons The Family and friends. officiating.THE .



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... ,. ..-- ------ this another example of man's
: :" 5BZZSS injection of his own finite ideasin
Egelloc's Club Phil Ossofer Says an infiniate area?
r AE Week Magnificently Most of the differences which
.I Book ReviewThe -.........--..... ......--- have arisen In religion come

At Moton Elem. I see where the word "soul" from man's interpretations
< Egelloc Club's annual observance of scripture I feel this is most
-- has been left out of the new serious for separation of brother
Intricate, extensive, and inter commended for helping to make of Book Week was Jewish version of the Old Testament from brother also means sep-
eating plans initiated by the our building appear as a "won held Saturday, Nov 10, 8 p.m. Some people seem to aration from God.
AEW committee were carried derful world of books." Along at the Hampton House In the think this Indicated a rejectionof Jesus plainlnly showed us the
r out during our weeklong cele books banquet room. death.I way to God. He informed us
Education with the display of new a belief In life after
bration of American that it was through works not
Week and Children's Book Week. and the Interesting discussion L. The book, "Life in Hawaii' do not know why the word was words. If we but do the will of
Under the efficient guidance of shared by our librarian, Mrs. was reviewed by Mrs. Juan- left[ out or if those who rewrotethe God, we will understand Hisdoct'1'1neh
the chairman, Mrs Alma P. make S. King the, truly slogan we, "I at Like Books" ita Jeffries. Mrs. Jeffries is a book really believe that life the only true way of
Keener plans were inauguratedon more meaningful and say "We daughter of the pioneer Bentleys ends when we die.I ( n 7:17.: )
Sunday when members of Like Books. Mrs. King in an of Coconut Grove. Mrs. Jef- do know that in Judaism I don't think our Holy Scriptures -
the Moton family attended a effort to further strengthen pu fries is a graduate of Boston University there is a definite belief in the need changing. It is man
special program at Mays High pit interest in books, submitteda and is presently employed life to come. The best proof that himself who needs changing. A
School. book report to the Miami by the County Board of Pub can We offered is in the ancient sincere seeking after truth will
During the remained of the News. This report was writtenby lic Introduction at Sllved Oaks Jewls ritual of "Kadish'!. ,(prayers enable him to recognize in
week many parents, business Virginia Pope, a third grade School in the field in which shemajored. for the dead.) If there were scripture that which will lead
ministers and friends pupil from Mrs. D. S. Sawyer's Mrs. Jeffries formerly no life after death, why would him to God. As Horace Mann
visited persons various classrooms to ob room. We congratulate her for taught for more than two yearsin these prayers have come into puts it: "Keep one thing forever *
serve teachers and pupils at her efforts. Honolulu, Hawaii existence? One does not pray in view the truth; and if
work. I for that which does not exist, you do this, though it may seem
I With the celebration of AEW In addition to the Book Review to lead you away from the
Special days were set aside coming to a close, we admonish citations for meritorious 1 um wondering by whose authority opinions of men, it will surely
when parents of pupils at various ourselves to genuinely aid, assist community service were such a change is being conduct you to the throne of
grade levels dined duringthe and teach our boys and girlsso awarded to William Stirrup Sr., made in religious scripture is God,"
lunch hour with us. that they may be able to and Stanley Newbold, pioneer
"Meet The Chalenge of Change. Miamians.
Thursday was designated as
the night for open house and Open House At Mrs. Christine Eve, chairmanof Investigate Without Obligation
live classroom demonstrationsin the Book Review and her
the area of arithmetic Mrs.C. committee, along with all mem-
Eve, fifth grade and Mrs. M. Junior CollegeDade bers of the Egelloc Club extend Care-Craft School for Nurses Aids
T. Critten, third grade were extends thanks to those present
teachers for this part of the pro- County Junior College, atat this affair. Fall and Winter Classes
gram. Group singing and games 11850 NW 27th Ave., Will open Now FormingTen
were enjoyed between the dem- its doors and classrooms to the
onstrations.Not public Sunday afternoon, 'Nov. SEE THE WORLD'S Weeks Course Day or Night
18 in observance of American GREAT SPIRITUALAND
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pletely Uy the celebration of I I PSYCHIC READER
AEW, Children's Book Week An airplane hanger, large
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Impressive observance. courts, will be the scene of
Each classroom door depicted. \ varied program which will be If you are sick or worried, don't -
one or more book reports by foil to eee me today Office boon
pupils oresented at 2:30: 3:30: and 430.:
of that particular class. Highlights of the show will include dally 1 p.in. to 0 p.m. Thursda

Teachers and pupils are to be musical selections by the 1 p.m. to 0 (I.m. Sunday 11 a.m. NIGHTINGALE COLLEGE54th
College Band, chorus, and Spanish to 8 p.m.
guitar quartet; dramatic.pre.
Centatlons! anu demonstrations READINGS t :r Physician's Assistant Class
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. /ttltllt'tl"llillllllllll'.J Book Fair At Liberty CityBooks

books, books and more Clayton Mr. Howard and Mr.
- TOWN TAMER books. Under the direction of Johnson deserve a special roundof
::t;::"" Mrs. Elizabeth Atkinson, librarian applause for services render
;;( : S ed above and ttoyond the call of
hostesses Rosalind Smith.Linda ,
li) :r-t"E .A: Y.rr By PAP wmTEI"'I"I"I"'I Wigfall, Sheryl Hopkins duty. It Is really nice to have

; t ..rw and Patricia Jones, welcomedthe such cooperative people work-
community visitors at the Ing with us.Let's .
':"", : ALL THE WORLD'S A STAGE Book Fair on not forget to listen to

I know all of you have heard with such charm and gracefulness the Liberty City Elementary
':: that each visitor had to broadcast each Saturday morning -
the statement, "All the world la buy a book. Thanks for coming
a stage and we are merely players Mrs. Mary Ford Williams,

playing a part." This state out.The Liberty City Elementary I principal; Denis R. Thomas, IV,

x'.S4a ment must be true because faculty takes pride in presenting reporter.
there are so many players ; to the community the following
around today, EVeryone wantsto members of the Resource Class G. W. Carver PTAThe
',, ..w.-.., .........m------ .'.....................--------- be someone else! and the for the academic school year
meeting of the
someone they are trying to regular
ALBERT 1962-62.
Bjr W. CUoIi1
G. W. Carver High PTA was
is worth being. .
A TUIBUTlJ TO ALL she no one Clinton Baker, Arthur Day, held Monday Nov. 12 In the
MOTHERS like gave me gems and Jewels, I know people who throw William Duhart George Forbes, I audltorluf. 1\11' Phillip Coojer
There are women and kinds of ; voiceless prayer; unfailing trash during the day and at Michael Knowles, Cornell Ma- led devotions after which business -
women that stand above the( solicitude which follow my night dress and spend Money toz, Wilbur Moten, Jesse Shiver, followed. Mr. Bentley gavea
common stock; the young women childish waywardness and her like a Hollywood star. I knowgirlswhoIoolc"cutebutact Joe Smith, Roy Thompson, SamUel brief report of 1hELTenth.Dis-
the lady and the wife oi suffering that brought-me backto even Williams; Slyde Willis, Cars I trlcf PTA Workshop held Satur-
ten; the sweetheart rarely, the< the path of rectitude though cuter. letha Clark Myrna Copeland, day, Nov. 10 at the Floral
mother almost as a rule. she had nothing she gave me Atlemore Wise, Juanlta Deshazior Heights: Elementary School.
She Is the pearl of our'civil much.. My cup was run over My guess is these people who Irene EUwards, Sylvia Harris Delegates: representing our
zation, and when she leaves this with the nameless outpouring of live In a dream world of pretending Buelah Hollerman, Sheryl group were Roy Bentley, president I.
stage":; of life and Is done with, love that have guided my steps to be someone else, are Hopkins, Karen McCray, Rebecca and Mrs. Cora Wlnkfield.
only remembered to be marveled through darkness to light, over hiding from their real selves Jones Rosalyn Johnson, Rose Mr. Nathaniel Rolle, assistant
at In memories she will bethought < high and low ways, over smooth and the only cure for them Is to Reeder, Haron Simmons, Jacquelyn principal for curriciulum gave
to have contributed the< and rough places, In sorrow and wake up and realize that everyone Slpplo Dianne Smith, Rosalind timely remarks regarding the
most toward peace on earth and Joy in failure and success. can t be like me, the Town Smith, Myrtis Swanson reading: program and the importance
most notably shown the goodness This day brings to mind gold Tamer, who looks and lives likea Linda Wigfall. The alternatesare of every child knowing
idol.TWISTING Jones, Dorothy how to read. In observance of
teenage : Patricia
that is in the human soul en memories that linger like a
Education Week Open
Kimball Octavius Glenn, Cor- American
Generosity she has, such as is benediction too sacred for ,
ut BLUES that
nelius Allen, Theodore Clark, House was held so parents
possible only to those who hay terance, too deep for analysis, Vanesther Moss and Yvonne may get the chance to see the
experienced labor, childbirth 01 too high for comprehension. Everyone In this time and ages work of their children. Refresh-
practiced the art of rearing Happy birthday? Yes it Is. doing the twist, that Is mays custodial ments were served and enjoyelby
children, never to those wh Wake the town and tell the except me. I have found the Mr. Dixon and his Mrs. all.
systematically, carefully avoid of all the mothers of men twist to be a snake dance set staff Mrs. Maggie Williams,
discretion whose 'n' roll music to be --
nature's blessing; divine mission the world to rock '
tested by annoyances, tact tried forget to praise, yet without done by the vary, very young
by the countless growing pair whom life could have no loveli and not the young at heart.I Co.of Florida
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of sons and daughters in endless ness. have to admit, though, t do
and what are mon Nov. 5
ways, Happy birthdayt: others twisting
important, retains hope, cheerfulness Marion 6; Cousin 7; Christine their enjoy backs watching out of !socket! but 1can't "YOUIl FIUKNin/Y CI) "'',\NY"
and courage.So i1 Davie !$ Austin 14: William
; ; see how they last the ATTRACTIVE POLICIES FROM
it Is that she brings lift 21; Pearl 22; Florence 25. whole record At the Knight MODERN
Into the world and J UP TO $50,000.00
and souls Beat one night, they twisted for $1,000.00
often enough, though not often and then they went Educational
Students at Carver 15: minutes Whole Life Endowment -
as she wishes, brings a great into the Chicken Scratch.
man or a noble woman, a blessing Redemption
to mankind. Organize "Project Everyone there was Jumping Mortgage

May we share for always the One" around like a chicken with his Retirement Combination Hospital
greatest Bift of all Mother's head cut off. There were men,
Love Cousin.A Recently at Carver High a women, girls, boys and babes. And Home
croup of students in a 9th grade As a matter of fact, one was ALSO
TRIBUTE TO MOTHER general science under Mr. Beard born on stage and he came out
MARfiARET (LUCY) ON MY came together and organized a twisting. But all poking aside I Family Group Plan
research called "Project the twist Is here to stay,
IURTIIDAY NOVEMBER T $group I think of
More than a score but less, I One". The purpose so I am going to leave and may Father, Mother and all Children Under
search .is to investigate Chucker have mercy on One Policy
than a score and a decade combined group Chubby; Age Insured Under
this human soul of mine I and that scientific phenomenon your soul. New-Bornt Automatically Insured After 15 Days
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It was a long, t lonely night I setting. The group> meets Mondays I STATEWIDE IN FLORIDA AND ALABAMACall
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She laid in bed waiting and
Ing. Just a little this side of arooster's project selected was a .
of the Canis
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crow when seemingly; familarls (familiar dog: ). A
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" Carver Elementary ; .1

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I k J'f" School had a very : 1 + 3 Y
"f 'tJ,; American Education Week We J f YF M
r .' extend 'our. thanks and apt>recl.i. *
i. ;.' < ,. atfon t'aU :parentand: friends| : :1 '
t\'r s for, making our week one' long, ,, 1 '
: ,
'r to be remembered. '
:, : \ In keening with the theme

i '\ "American Education Meets ., ( e'M
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}t' : ;',., '. nF'i'he', highlights' for our week, '
:,:', '*' were: : t
t! I\ II I I. 4 +tv+'N a d j
I t, .. l. Sunday' at 2:30: ,p.m. all 'pa ,
\ rents and friends were invited
to Open 1tou e.. At this time
each parent hart an opportunity r
in.Jiee his child's work and, to i16r111w
.. -- it 's dU
-- acoualnt' himself with the sur < r rt
roundings In which the child y

Monday Our' devotional
speaker; was Mrs Kate Dean, for.
mer dean of girls at Carver. Her
topic 'was "A Modern Curriculum
I" y 1 Needs the Challenge oft
t '
t' lAw
Tuesday Mrs. Jimmy Jones,
r""H"nqo" specialist was the speaker r
for the day. d

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w t 4
Wednesday Miss O. Alexander r' ,
: from the James E. Scott
Cornmunltv! Center made that

day an Interesting one. Miss i t aGr ,
Alexander's tonic was "School) a 3 f
rommunltv' Partnership Meets
>The Shallenge of Change."

Thursday The fifth and f. + v
sixth: *pde students' presented
.n .f.Jc\t.\ titled "Boonesborousth."
'rue'ntav was sponsored: bv Mrs. "
h'" Anderson, school librarIan '
,. and Mr Clinton Williams, ) *
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teacher One of the largest funerals j zens of Miami from all walks of !

Friday We were honored to ever seen in Miami was that of life paid their last respects to THE! MIAMI_ TIMES MIAMI, FLA.

have "s our guest Father Theo Elliott J. Pieze, veteran news a miss.man this community will truly PAGE, 16 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1962BARON'S
dore R. Gibson: who spoke to
man and radio newscaster who
I .
us on the subject "International I- .:r.'
died October 27 on an airplane
Understadlncr Meets The Challenge
: of Change." flight to Tallahassee. THE FINE ARTSCONSERVATORY NEW DELUXE HOMES

As we bring this 1962 Amerl- Pieze was possibly the most 801 N'W 57th St. Duplex. Good Income
r'it Fduratlon Week to a close popular and well liked figure in
we bid your awareness that a FOR SALE OR RENT
now world I is! being created in the community. He contributed in its llth year of quality
which the America-ti-ze offers freely and willingly of his time 2-Bedlroora-: ,' Florida Room

now perspectives. Our school and talents to any social or civic teaching of music, dance, 'LoU,For Sale. $30; Down $30 Month
"otvilatlon is steadily increasing
cause he felt worthwhile.
Investment in education art, drama. Uulld on'' your lot. Home Improvement No money down

must increase accordingly to The high esteem in which Mr. 615 Cash paid for homes .or lots
N.W..60th Street
the and chal-
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lenses of the future. We must
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Mrs. Helena Holeon chairman Frank Johnson as cftl- Ruth Greenfield, director
AEW; Mrs. Isabelle Blue, prin. 1
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The public Is invited to wor nary: program Sunday, Nov. 18, A, SPECIAL HOLIDAY SHOW I.
ship with us on Sunday morning 3 p.m. .
Nov. 18 at 11 o'clock in We are also looking forwardto
special services sponsored by Thanksgiving at that time the AT THE FABULOUS'CELEBRITY
choir No.1. The Rev. W. M. Missionary Society family will
Woods of Winter Park will be sponsor the Thanksgiving ser
the morning speaker. The No. vices. Time 6 a.m. Everyone is
1 choir will be in charge of the Invited to this early morning LOUNGE"VEGAS"
sonar services. The Southland service.
Singers will render an after Continue in prayer for the
morning service program. sick and those that are greavedover "

Please come oue and help us to the )Joss of their loved ones. Candlelight Room

make this Sunday a success. I
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