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40th YEAR, No. 20 MIAMI, FLORIDA: SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1963 16 PAGES, TEN CENTS



NAACP Legal Head I DR.BRILLIANTAS LUNCHEON NOBLE Metro Knocks Out I





Speaks at WPB SundayWEST SPEAKERDr Jeanne L. Noble said that Fortune Tellers Sept. 30Fortune


PALM BEACH The Ing and Fr. Theodore R. Gibson, Dade County
nas an excellent tellers who
I grow to ministers and businessmen,
Florida Conference of a state vice president will pre-
State
side at each of the sessions. beginning In labor and housing fat on the pickings of the gullible opposed the provision that
NAACP hold Its and
Branches will that
every good American
I' public, had setback this
first 19G3 Area Conference at should be able to say, "I helped, a permitted the teaching of hyp
f West Palm Beach on SaturdaYl I did not hinder the cause week as the Metro Commissionvoted nosis only to doctors and fcrv
and Sunday, Jan. 12 and 13, i it; James Butterfield ----- 11.2 to outlaw fortune
was announced today by Mrs. : telling in Dade County effective tlsts.He
1... E. Buie, president of the Dies at 71 Sept. 30. said the ordinance wllH
West Palm Beach Branch and eliminate teaching it to osteopaths -
secretary to the conference.The I James A. Butterfield, 1026 ,.., The ordinance will be difficult chiropractors and naturopaths -
NW 5th court, a pioneer Mlam- ... .. to uphold-in court, County all licensed to practice!
conference will close l Ian died on Friday in Mt. Sinai .. ... Atty. Darrey DavIs i warned, because in Florida.
with a 'public meeting to be Hospital at the age of 71. the commissioners voted' Objections also came from Dr.
held at the Tabernacle Baptist Mr. Butterfield, a Bermudian to eliminate the practice of David Tracy nnd the Rev. Gilbert
Church, corner Division and r by birth, came to Florida many hypnosis; from the list of ban N Halloway ,both of
8th St. on Sunday afternoon, I, years ago and lived in Ocala ..... ned practices. whom teach hypnosis.
Mrs. Buie said. The will .
meeting with relatives. ... .a
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begin at 330.: Speaking at the I In 1922 he came to Miami and Commissioner Charles Hall, "Fortune tellers, clairvoyants
meeting will be Jack Greenberg !t I made this city his home. He . who led the attempt to ban palmists, astrologers,
director counsel for the was employed as bell-captain at fortune-telling, said, "All we character readers, spirit mediums -
NAACP Legal Educational and the Leamington Hotel for 40 are trying to do is clean up absent treatment healers,
1 I years.He Dade County, and to cot rid of mental healers, mind readers
Defense Fund and one of the was well known and respected charlatans who are bilking the and' similar operation" are specifically -
lawyers working with James in our community. He pennies and dollars from people outlawed by the new
?Meredith.! served as steward and treasurer who cannot afford to lose ordinance

Participating branches are of the Ebenezer M. E. them." Some of the high-powered II

Ft. Plercet Stuart, West Palm Church for several years. William II. Appleby, who op '"luck-brlngers" who have aU!
ray, Boynton Beach, Funeral services were held on kI erates the Southern Instituteof ready invaded Miami for the
peerfield Beach, Pompano Wednesday afternoon, the Rev. Mental Science here, and season, may have to tell the?
increasing the efforts of the AsBociatloh A. D. Hall pastor officiating. who said he taught hypnosis Judge about\ their operations.
to desegregate{ schoolsin Burial services were held at _.
each or the counties locatedin Ocala on Thursday.Surviving I --
this area. are two sons, MIt- The National Council of Jew.I i
Also taking part will be Rev. chell of New York and Kennethof ish Women and the YWCA have Police Murderers Get Life Terms \II I
A. Leon Lowry, stato president, Miami; two daughters, Mrs. competent volunteer workers

C. J. DaValt, Tampa and Rut- George Beach Engram of Daytona doing urgently needed work, but Gerald Fisherman and Willie The two killed Officer JerreflFerguson '
Mrs. Earl Mizell
lege Pearbon.: Jacksonville, R. W. of Miami this Is not enough, she stated Lawrence pleaded guilty to
with his own *
five grandchildren gun
Saunders, NAACP field secre- three
brothers and six "the extension of civil rights first degree Monday and were last Nov 7 when he
tary will coordinate the meet. sisters has also been a major concern I sentenced to life Imprisonmentby stopped j' I
and a hard fight In our forces I Circuit Judge Grady L. them for questioning shortly
against segregation." Crawford. I after two holdups.
'
Discrimination 'Costs More Speaking to more than 400 -
I citizens of Dade County dotted
with distinguished guests and
Than Outer Space Budget friends including Mayor Robert kkr8

King High, Dr. Noble, young
Vice-President, Talks I extent we shall have fallen New York University professor,
short of assuring freedom to displayed an almost
the free." pearance as she repeated
On DiscriminationVice The Vice President said we charmed the luncheon guests
are spending tens of billions Wednesday afternoon with her
President Lyndon 13 to preserve freedom on this message and bubbling personal.
Johnson In an address prepared earth. Yet the annual economic ity. In giving direction as to
for Wayne State University, cost of . discriminationby how these two agencies could
f said In Detroit on Sunday that Americans against fellow move In the future, Dr. Noble
the high cost of discrimination Americans Is more each year advocated co-ed programs, stat;;
totals: more than the annual than the total of our budget ing "often we have been so busy
budget for exploration of outer for the exploration of outer nushlng the girls that they have
r :'space. space been pushed ahead of the lA>ys. ,
"To preserve freedom costs
,Abraham Lincoln's Emancipation I billions. To make progress to- Dr. Noble does not believe i
Proclamation freed the yard equality costs mainly that the recent strides Negroes
slaves of their chains, he said, time, effort and perserverance." have made are due to a +
but society has not freed their "peoples change of heart. Ne
heirs of many disadvantages groes have migrated to cities a.
due solely to their color. and obtained the vote techniques .
1, like sit-ins and boycotts
"Until justice is blind to color are accepted but drastic, she
until education is unaware said. What we must do, she continued
,of race, until opportunity ceasesto 111 1 to "continue to examine 1 d
squint its eyes at pigmentation our prejudices. A prejudlc-
of human complexion, pd feels worst that i
emancipation will be a proclamation l have person these prejudices to cope they ____m_______
but It will not be a with," further stating, "when AKA CONVENTION ACTIVITY-Harvey C Russell (left)
fact" he said. ...' :t good community is in conflictIt j vice president Pepsi-Cola Company was the recipient of the
'sharpens up to the situation." annual Alpha Kappa Alpha intercollegiate sorority special
1 'To
;;" the extent that the achievement award at the recent AKA convention held in De-
,.proclamation ,of emancipation xI In concluding her stirring and troit. Shown here in photo marking the presentation ceremony'
la not fulfilled in fact,. to that well received message at the 1 ,
"t Wednesday afternoon Everglades are Mr. Russell, Dr. Marjorie H)Parker, national president of
I r Hotel luncheon, Dr. the AKA'i; MM. Beulah T. Whitney,;post president of the
4 Noble directed her second appeal organization and Judge James B, Parsons. of.. Chicago, who wu .
Okaloosa County of' the afternoon to the cosnonsors. the meeting's main weaker ,'\
She urged the YWCA ----
and the NCJW to"continue your

Votes to1ntegrate its work best.and watch democracy at 3 Cities To Get?.Separate w!I

Eight women were honored
Schools for their outstanding contributions Urban Renewal Agencies

a -.... to the community: Mrs. .
Rather than lose federal Cyril B. Smith Mrs. Vladimir The first step was taken by ,I6nera 'Aronoyltz, and Joscphi
funds to help solve the Lieutenant Roland Carey, sono Vlrrlck Mrs. Charles L. Williams Metro I I (
on Monday toward Dumond ordered
Increas'l the
the
ing enrollment caused f Mrs; Elizabeth Carey, 0 f and Mrs. Laura Sutler. amend .
air base, the Okaloosa County 1119 NW 48th St. Is currently Mrs. Sutter's award was fn memoriam creation of separate urban re ments. f
School Board agreed unanimously attending the Army Officers Air newal agencies! for Miami, Miami the V '' "r M '
Defense Orientation Course at Beach and Hialeah. Under proposed' change
,Monday to Integrateall .
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Fort Bliss ,Texas. the cities will get approval ';
its schools. :
, ... "Et. Carey distinguished military .. BIRTH DEFECTS County Attorney Darrey Davis ( their own voters for, sepi J'J'rom
Twenty-eight Negro child- graduate, received his said he would get to workon agate renewal:pr.ncranuk; ,a'*n d
living on Eglln Air Force commission In December from ARTHRITIS the changes in Metro's* ur oiJdoJ'f't tlty .ora. . lN .r ;" ;
ren .. Z
ban renewal legislation that, them --f ..,.. .,.
Base would be admitted to" any Florida A&M University wherehe POLIO : up.Submit ;
public school they choose in served as Cadet Command. will be required to give the
eptember. The board also ANO cities the go sign.A their plans for local:

Jlgreed to submit within a rea- er.Another son, First Lt. Norman THE SALK Joint city-county commIt. urban Metro's renewal projects to
Planning
sonable time an integration Carey, is currently serving tee of Metro Commissioners Hoard for Advisory
J; "I plan for other Negro pupils with the United States Army Si ? INSTITUTE Arthur Patten and Hughlan and then to the recommendations Metro Com

I Jiving in the county in Germany Long and Miami City Commis- mission for ,final approval.





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J i THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. Okaloosa and Bay Rights Leader Gets 2 Years,

\ PAGE 2 SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1963 Lose
Counties to $6 Thousand Fine


African Countries Get $3.7 Federal Funds District BATON Judge ROUGE Fred, La.S. -LeBlanchas State Sargent Blanche Pitcher and District Jr. Attorney

Unless Okaloosa and Bay leader

1 million From Ford Foundation Counties schools.! Federal desegregate Fund will their be $6,000 fined and sentenced integration defamingthe him to Kappas Return

constructionand two years in jail for
withheld from
NEW YORK (ANP) dation granted $248,000 to the operation of schools; in district attorney and another Millspaugh as

Emerging African countries institute of International Education these counties. Notice was received state district judge. Polemarch
during 1962 received $3,7 mil in New York City, to enable hy Attorney General
lion from the Ford Foundation. three American law professors Richard Erwin and Okaloosa's LeBlanc ordered the Rev. B. TOLEDO Ohio (ANP) -
Grants were extended to and five young law School Superintendent Lance Etton Cox of High Point, N.C. Grand Polemarch Richard D.
countries in East, Central and school graduates to join the Richbours, according to a Jacksonville to pay a fine of $3,000 and Millspaugh of Okaloosa,' La,
West Africa. Included were staves of African law school Times-Union AP article. spend one year in Jail on eachof was unopposed in his race fora
Uganda, which becomes inde- faculties for two-year periods.The The ruling was made My formersecretary two counts of damafation. second term and Val Washington
pnedent In October, and Kenya, then of the Department of The sentences will run consecutively and Atty. William M.
which hopes to become inde- foundation the Massachusetts gave Health, Education, and Welfare, Chisholm were returned to the
pendent this year. Both are in $375,000 to Abraham RibJcoff.Florida's I board of directors of the Kappa
Institute of Technology to con Cox had earlier been convicted .
East Africa.
Alpha Psi fraternity at its annual
tinue a program in which the of defaming Judge Fred
here the
conclave during
The philanthropic organization graduates of its Industrial Management
has concentrated its assis- school could serve in City Voters Christmas holidays.
tance in Africa for the develop- I African development posts in Highlight of the conclave was
ment of competent public ad- governmental ministries under $25,000 to HamptonA the address by Federal Judge
ministration and education as the auspices of the foundation, Outslickered By James R. Parsons, given at the
the primary source of skilled to delve into the techniques of closed grand chapter banquet
manpower in all fields. on.the.job training and waysof Their Country grant of $25,000 wa! received -The Chicagoan spoke to more
To bring this about, the foun shortening training time. this week by Hampton than 500 delegates from the
Institute from an anonymous fraternity's chapters, on the
CousinsNEW donor, according to Dr. JerOmE! subject of the Negro and h 1 s
H. Holland, president.The .
progress.A
YORK The city dweller
Northwestern Students number of Kappa men
I J in many states is! not worthas money will be used overa were cited for their achievements
much ns his country cousinat three-year period for expansion during the past year, Including .
Win Essay Contest least not politically.In and deveopment of the American Football
__ non-graded laboratory school, League "Rookie of the Year",
Florida, for example, 12 which opened last September Curtis McClinton. Last year's
nrrront of the population renre- under direction of Miss Helen AFL "rookie", Earl Falson is
ntinf the rural vote can electa Higgs of Miami and the first of also a member of the fraternity.
... mapority:: in each house, de- the three-day business .
ts in Virginia. During
.. ,,;:: >1' type
; in
rl ir "I 1 Look Magazine today
'''''' .; session, the fraternity de.
its! study of how state legislatures tided to meet in San Franciscoin
:; "" are organized.A August, 1961 (there will be
]I.. ;/. Drive Carefully;
.. 1963 meeting.)
minority of rual citizens by no
...,:' :. .. .7"
-" .:' \ dominating the majority of the
,,!'>''I ;;. e'. I '*'<"'T)'. state legislatures has
e '*'
,11./ ,'.or' 'ducMl two-thirds of all Ameri-
,' ..
.
,.", n.: who live In cities and su-
,
..
< s of second-
rc 'r =? to the status'
FJ et \' 'tliv? citizens!: stated the
tudy.
\
Because the thinly populated
, flJ w'.tl: areas have a political
; ..... .".: voice much louder than their
mbors. warrant, Look declarq. -
"] than a third of the

people can elect a majority of A ..w.y.4.. Mjt
ic state senate in 27 states a
majority of the lower house in
'3 state and a majority of both
houses In 13."


____ _____ __ __u "One man one vote' sounds t3 FREE DELIVERY DRUG
fundamental to our democratic
The need for additional trash I liam\ Harold Gary, recipient of I system, but it does not exist in i I II 6750 N.W. 15th Avenue Phone 69L6651
pick-up and more litter contain i fishing rod and reel, and Lam. I fact," observed the magazine. s IIAIIOLO JOLMVKTTK. Manager

ers in' the downtown area ; bert Greene who received a pen ;AI

topped the suggestions that I and pencil set. I

won nrizes for two students In Miss Alice MacVicar was For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call
the Miami Beautification Committee "hair-man: of the school essay
school:: essay contest just contest while Charles R. Jacob-
concluded. son was head of the judges for
'he WKAT sponsored adult con
Winners of this and an adult test. Both are committee mem BONDED
p c av: contest on flow to Make
Miami More Beautiful were bers.Miss
nnnounced at the committee's Alice MacVicar, retired
luncheon meeting Dec. 21 at Dade County school teacher, I .
the Biscayne Terrace Hotel. now a Miami beautification
committee vice chairman, presents RENTAL
Winner of the vlrJ!; category: prizes to the top three
fnr Miami. Coral GaMe! and winners in the boys' categoryof
MamI Beach senior high was the committee's school essay I
Linda R. Noble of Miami Jackson contest.
Linda received a gilt travellne -
clock for suggestions From left, all from North AGENCY INC.
which Included "more beautiful western Senior High School; ,
palms in and around winner Boswell Roberts who
schools"! and "beautlflcatlon of received a wrist watch; William 4 ,
river and canal areas." Harold Gary, who placed
second and received a fishing The largest collection and rental
In the boys division Boswell
rod and reel; and Lambert tl
Roberts of Northwestern Senior Greene who third and was d
was agency in the South
High won the top prize of a presented with a pen and pencil ; operating in
wrist watch for suggestionssuch
set.-Miami-Metro News Bureau
as from quick streets rain and water additional removal photo. $ Dade and Broward Counties'

street lighting.
fa i,. RRI111KS Negro Housing
Winning first prize for an DR. M. RADIN areas.MANAGING .
adult essay contest!=; sponsoredby i'residcnt
radio station WKAT in cooperation Sunday 10 a.m. 12 noon .
with the beautification -
committee was Harold Porn Obstetrics AND MAINTAINING MORE
a rs of 113 NE 12th St. For his General Practice THAN
idea that the city "do away
with barren sun-glared streets"by 1159 NW 3rd Ave. 10,000 HOUSING UNITS
adding shade trees Pomarswon

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Boys runnersup all of North- Open dally 9 a.m. 8 p.m. 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue .
western Senior High, were Wil

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Educational THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. .
"Where We Stand: Emancipation"Race ;

Opportunity in SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1963 PAGE 3 i /.
relations in tht Southare progress almost everywhere," I
"much improved" and McGill warned that there are BrevardCentral .
"much better" than they used! parts of the South where resis- Portlock Heads 'YM' w
to be, a leading; Scv'thern newspaper tance to change is still strong. Brevard Council reports Again ;
publisher said today. that the upshot of a Sunday
Writing in the current issueof He cited the "monstrousevil" afternoon public meetingon Louis II Portlock, managcrman and: "secretary, respective- it4',
Look magazine, Ralph McGill of White Citizens' Council equal educational 1 opportunIties of the Atlanta Life Insurance ''v. This is Rev.. Savoy's second
of the Atlanta Constitution took power in Mississippi which beyond hi eh school: was Co. was reelected chairman of term as vice chairman. Miss I
issue with those "who mourn has "paralyzed churchmen, edu- this;: "No qualified Neero student the Board of Mino'Tement for Horsctt:;: has served the board .
that relations between white cators and others who might will be able to take course" the Carver Branch of the YMCA as secretary longer than any );
and black ,have deterioted in Atlanta support morality" and said that at Brevard Jr. College located at C770 NW 15th Ave. other person. **4
is
the South almost equally handicapped (white) even when those coursesare Others reelected to the board

"It is not true . They (race "But, however long delayed, not available at Carver Jr. nt Its election Dec 13, 1962 in
College (colored with one
relations which the membership of the !
) are not, to be sure, change will come in those states
iri the old paternalistic pattern. too," McGill said in Look, ad full time high teacher school- rest teachers.of faculty ")- branch) took a part, are: ti
lint
respect and understanding ding Participating in the panel were Nelson L Adams, Alexander: t
are increasing, and the more ::Today, the national con- President J, Bruce Wilson of W Hrnok, Samuel Cohen. W.
meaningful" relationships are science is committeed to whatwe Brevard Jr. College, Dr. Bradley (' Cornell. Garth C. Reeves, I
sounder McGill said. have called the American Baker assistant and Robbie W. I.
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County O-irnr W. Weaver
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Although "the story is one of dream School Superintendent, and *; W.it;1lt. The newly elected mem1 !

--- "-1 .____-__- :=..- - -.J.Jr James Greene, president of 1> 'r* ru'pirq.! Susan F Harris,
Carver Jr College. Mrs Marvin Charles: Hartley George W. Kil-
Olsen sent in the report. IMti-lck.; N. Patrick Range. 1.
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Other members of the board
Home Owners iro Henry II. Arrlngton, M. I. 1
Pnnncrnnn: Edward J. Bray-
Association MeetsThe ion .11'.. Edward T. Graham, Eu- J t1t!
'ono K. Kemp, Charles Lock-
Home Owners Improvement 1 l'nt, Farley 13. Neasman, Benny -
Association will meet Jan. O'Berry, Willie Parker,
.wl. 10 nt 8 p.m. nt Jolllvette Plaza, c'i(lorn M\ Poarsall, Is!, Athalie ..
CSlfl NW 21th Place U, ngc, George A. Simpson, Arlington -
All home owners In the area \ Sands, Jefford G. Smith
bounded by NW 22-27th Aves. 'nil H. Melton White. '
i,
nrnl NW 02nd..G'Hh) Sts. ore
urged! to he present. I ErratumIn
Metro Commislbner Tom Sas-
PO: will visit with us:! and discuss : Wo congratulate Mr Poitlock our last issue of the "Here
% capital improvements in o u r on his reelection and on hN untiring And( There" we gave the ,
'' area. service to the board and date: of Mrs. Mary Louise Chap '.
IbI Euegene E. Kemp, president; the YMCA Also reelected were in m's/! death I as Dec. H. it should
Mrs Anna Tllman secretary, Hev. William V Savoy and( Miss have: been Dec. 2. We regret I .
Jefford Smith, public relations Helen M\ Dorsctt, vice chair- t the error.
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:. PACK 4 . SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, IDGOrflltt 3 Black Muslims. .. :: BUSINESS OJPORT.UNITY .-! ., HELP .WANTED.

r.' Hot''corner. .Drive-in Sundries, BANJO PLAYER Must be able
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Picket Gov.Rockefeller. groceries""'?* beer"" wine, parking. to play and sing old tinge,. songs.
Steady work. Capt. Joe's
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7-9589.. "f, '.;,' I Beach ,
Members of the Black Mus
... -
I Jim movement picketed Gov ;. i', ;\ BUYI
i'Natn Nelson A. Roskefeller Sunday .;.; V. | DON'T. !
,At O74O fi'\V. 15th Avenue-Phone OX 1.0421 ? '.
outside! Harlem church after '., '
a
.ftlrnnrh at 1112 N.W. Third Ave? Miami, floHela-Phone FR 822.10 the governor had delivered a Until,4 .you :iee these brand't. e\
II. Iv. SIGISMUNI HKKVES, Editor and Publisher sermon In the church In con !Oak. floors. *bedroom, 2 bfttht FlA. room. The' eas.iest .
q*> +: *' GARTH 0. REEVES: ,Managing EditorMember memoration of "Emancipation from
.. In toWh.r Direct builder.
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1,' Sunday" anniversary Proclamation. of Lincoln's . and. beat. tterms, If ..... .. .," . ..., ,. . .
( of the Associated Negro Press Emancipation f10 "
.OPEN NDAY:
Member4of the, National Newspaper Publishers Association II(). . '* ''l' .," <
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SUBSCRIPTION 1 HATES Rockefeller ignored the dem- 4821 NW.; 16th AVENOg]'," :' r ' CITY WATER
ONt YEA It $0.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN '0.00 onstrators who stood outside 1849 N.W.C152nd. STREET' ; ,,. CITY WATER
Church'as .
Salem Methodist he : ".
<;Kittirral as''Second Class Matter; August O, 1027, at the Post Office left. They were protesting New I Chester C. Wyn. JE 1-6902
at Miami, I Florida under the act of March 3, 1870 York State policy which! Wans: ,. '
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practice of their religion Instate / '" -
CIIRDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" prisons.In -
THE NEGRO PRESS believes that America onn best lead the world
'from racial and national antagonisms when it accords to every man his sermon, Rockefeller told
(regardless of race, color or erred, his human and legal<< rights. Hating the congregation: "I have never
:no man, fearing no nwin-the Negro Press stritos to help every man made an appointment to
'fin the firm belief<< that all men are hurt as long as anyone is held public office on the basis of
'
Mick. race alone, but I have never
permitted race alone to pre. 4
vent me from making the best
Nine To Go AstrologersMetro appointment possible without
regard to race, creed or color.

Commissioners meeting on Tuesday tackledthe "There are in my administration ROOt 9AINTIp CLf 4NINGr, ., KMi
IMC
fortune telling business and came up with a new or- within no my Negro administration jobs. Any Job is

dinance that would outlaw this business comes September open to any capable citizen
30. This gives the soothsayers nine months more to without regard to color."

operate. 411W'
T
County Atty. Darrey Davis warned that the new HOUSE FOR SALE :..x.

ordinance would be difficult to uphold in court because 3615 NW 214th St.
the commissioners voted to eliminate the practice of hypnosis -
from the lift of banned. 3 BEDROOMS
Carport, utility room, 4
Speaking against the ordinance were William H. years old. Ready to move in
Appleby, who operates the Southern Institute of Mental Owner will finance BLOSSOMRoof
:Science in Miami Dr. David Tracy, who teaches hypnosis

:and: the Rev, 'Gilbert Holloway of the New Age Church BARGAIN

of Truth, who said the church was exempt from. the ordinance Open house Sunday
but was-being( belittled by it. J19 ,Cleaning & .PaintingFREE

Commissioner Charles Hall said all they wanted to

do was .,to get rid. of charlatans who' are bilking the pen- ATTENTION PLEASE ESTIMATES-.. .INSURANCE

nies and dollars from people who cannot afford to lose '
them. They wanted to clean up Dade County. Alonza Kelly, builder of Liberty Roofs Pressure CleanedWe
City, is now an agent with
The new ordinance outlaws fortune tellers, clair- PARKVIK1V Construction Co., have what is called Snowdrop Mobolizing Pro

voyants, palmists, astrologers, phrenologists, character Florida's largest builder. of cess, which means cooler homes and lasting quality,

readers, spirit mediums, 'absent treatment healers, mental homes on customers lot. . . fungus and mold resistance. Over 8 years in Dade
healers, mind readers and similar occupations.The Parkview will build from County

commissioners voted 11-2 in favor of the ordinance different your plans or one of their 28
models. What ever REASONABLE TERMS AVAILABLE
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r' \ ..
your building ;needs! may be,
'
".Commissioner Joe Boyd was elected as Metro\ chair- please mil Mr. ]{('II)'. NE 4-3759

man and Harold Spaet as vice-chairman. 1175 NW filth St. .3
Phone G91-OG83' I 2258 N.W. 58th Street' Miami, Fla.READ .
,Metro also dissolved the 13-member zoning appeals
board The commission will name a new board at next F2 I

Tuesday's meetings ==
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Pay More For PostageThis FltoA,
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week we began' putting out that extra penny 't'lI'/ iO: y. 'OU S'I" \

for our cards, now four cents to mail, our letters 5 cents o o" 1: r A .10 lJtllilitl
and for air mail 8 cents. If you mail 3 letters a week you 03 <4l.b I

will only spend an extra $1.50 a year and who cares ., }j OJ 1' ,<
0
about. that? ''
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Business will spend a little more-comes the first of 1 9A D. BUIL 4bl'"

the month when bills must be sent out. Who cares about .,' /f q
that? Postage for business purposes are deductable from "

your income tax.However ME !

these pennies will make millions and sat-
isfy the postal authorities land thousands of workers who I am valuable now and getting more ,
so
will receive an increase In salary. Much of this will be day, something else is every day You have read each .

spent, thereby boosting the economy ,of the country. So AeroJet coming to South Dade: Seadade, Dadeland
in the end we'll all benefit, ALL NEAR ME. Demand for ,
been 11/4 acres in Dreamlandl has
terrific
I People
---- who read
miss this my Jut ad came in and bought. Don't
opportunity
to make
your
r25TH ANNIVERSARY money : for
money
$10.00 DOWN you. .

DIMES DRIVE APPEAL Will $10.00 MONTHLY:

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LIST OF NICE
PEOPLE OUR CUSTOMERSTHE CROW.

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5 .A. .. is an accomplished musician . I Johnson, Katie Hcastle, Francis THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK- t
': j" High on the' recovery lists of : Clark, AlexIne Delancy, Jan: 12; The' straight and narrow path ,
j .4* ,' ::; H the shut-fn3 are Mrs. Alberta Dorothy Edwards, James T. gets you there quickest and the j
U ., ; '-.f"I. ;)' Carey, Dr K. L. Pharr and I Bowman, II. Luciano Garrllli. O, because
... i ' Mrs. Wllhelmenla Berry. Jan. 13; Minnie Reeves, EadJUson traveling Is pleusanter
: ', ; k FT .lr'lj.s! c' p Michael Graham, 'Jan; there is not, so muchUnffic.PROFES .
: Tmcsv/I ., i I Ih EDWIN BLACKSHEARS n n d JU; Margaret J. Adams, \Verdelle W" "

; -'" at1.o. ,'_._ .. W R e met Ed's sister, Mrs. MATTIE Hopkins Ahnfe Bell Adams, I'ONA ,,'
C. GREENWOOD, art supervisor Frank ''Colson, Millicent.Wilson,
: .'J..... in the Atlanta school system Hermine Gibson, Ruth Heastle,
and former Miamian, Mrs Caroline Johnson Jan 15: Hannah -

....."1. .... .f I.. 1' t.t EVELYN SMITH of Philadelph. Edwards TLucille Rlou, RUG CLEANING I
'. ; ; . ia. Mrs. Smith is LESSIE James Snow, Helen JIlRgs, Ag .b1"r',i J
,
t- '' i Jr.,rl.I ROSE, godmother. Lessie Is a nes Hezeklah, Fredrick L. John, : .. --
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(' .' ',e -' :JsinUtJJli..PH, : : i # ';... and drama major at; son, Marian Davie, Edna ,McKenzie : \ JJ

,..., u .._ D .. .... .r. -_-..-.-..._.r-or or _ .. or -...-_..... "-". -----rrV- Hampton Institute. The Black. Jan. 1G;"Brenda Rivers, j 9"12 cleaned $2.99 up.
Nor' shears enjoy the fact that their Lillian Russell, Eric. Hendon, Dyed $8.95
and up
SCRAPBOOK GEM&: is widely known for his annupl -
son, Richmond Edwin, Is en- Fredrick Johnson, Darnice .
peace of mind in times of straim ; school,;and.Church preserations : jh' poying his choice of work as a Brown, Parnlce Brown, Jan. 17; 9x12 faded) colors i
keep wholehpar edly busy. The pf ere\tas .oratorios certified cytologist screener at Janice P. Anders, Lorraine ,.'AI-
,
jp ,
idle mind may become the and cantatas. the Cancer Institute. lie has bury Corine Stoke, -Jan. .18; Restored $5.4p cup?
Uroodlng mind.' An empty head been a 'part of the institute'steam Beach, Liberty City, !>Perrine.
will not be empty long. Live Ph'i! -Beta' Sigma' .Fraternity 'for more than three years. Homestead and Key': West. Wall to.waU.,9x'12'8J9L.up,

one day at a time.' Our Creatorhas ...- points with uride to this. out. The handsome silvertoppedman Discussions will, Include methods I
now endowed with the
us standing young man on the seen around town recentlywas for stepping up theNAACP's Carpet; cleaningFor
ability to tomorrow's bur.
carry a home-towner, Dr. AMA.
dens Hear what horizon of the new frontiers of employment pro-
today. the service
centuries ZIAH COHEN who Is now a In South Florida, and In- quick
to the hours. Take our American of life. We gram
say way prominent dentist in Atlanta .
the long look. Add to the latest are Indeed proud to have him The Elks Committee on Education Efflo McFadgon, Hortense La-J. Call FR 4-9502 until 11 p.m.
Robinson, Otis Evans Jr.,
news flashes the eternal here in our midst.
mes- is staging their annual
Sands Smith
sages of God. With the dally Coronation and Musical on Sun Rayne GwendolynClark MINGOIt's
newspaper in one:.hand keep the NOTES. Miss M A. X I N E day Jan. 13 at 4:30: at the homeof Jan. ID.
New Testament in the other. .THURSTON is here on an in Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Fred-
:Do1 terne stint at the Children's,Ser erick Bannister, 0920 NW 13th t
not worry about the ,atom
vice BuredU.This charmer halls Never Too LateTo
bomb. Have faith that the lead Ave. Please attend, you may
from,the fair city of Fernandlna. win the
ers of the nations will have door prize a radio.
enough sound judgment to 1 She.'did her undergraduatework The vacation spot of all vaca- get your graduation pictures made :
settle world problems In other at Indiana Univ. and is tion spots is San Juan, Puerto
ways. An emotional explosion Presently enrolled at FSU in the Rico, so my good club member, WE FURNISH CAPS AND GOWNS
In own life do Service Department. Ann LIndsey Packard Informs I
greater your harm than may a dropping you I Come spring she will have me. If you plan to take a trip Kindergarten, High School, College
bomb. Avoid 'earned the M A. degree . and verify this fact North's
what is focusing with your the mindon Young business man,. publisher, Travel Bureau will arrange all -oJOHNSON --
world. You will wrong live and editor of the Florida Flash, J. details for you . The January -
longer
HENR1CO' DAVIS, will take Issue of Family Circle Mag--
happier if think of what is OF MIAMI
you -
with unto himself a bride on Jan. 12. azine has two articles! that all
right the world. .
j Congratulations and best wishes parents should read, file and I.I I.
Express aggressive( goodwill' . ."We'aresorry' to hear that use. They are: "What to Tell I FR 7.2294 ;:
daily by acts of kindness and 1 Mrs, G. E. (Ann) Graves lost Your Child About Sex Moles-
love. Ill will and hatred are I her ,slster . She hurrried to ters" and "How to Give Your '
poison to the human system. !I I thq city to greet house guests, Children the Gift of Faith" The 'f''f'I
Deep satisfactions come in doing I MrsGOLDIE GRAVES, her Magazine.may be bought for ten me_
good to others. Keep yourself mother-in-law and Misses HAT. cents at most food stores
mentally pliable. Be willing TIE and MYRTLE GRAVES, .
to face life's changing scenes sisters-in-law. Atty. and Mrs.Grav IN 1J InIJ\1\I. William J. I
Don't be rigid, fixed, unbending. provided many hours of Fannin, Jan. 2, 1958 and John I I hhinI
Be prepared to make adjust relaxation and entertainmentfor Lee Brown, Jan. 13, 19(50.(
ments. Exercise faith In your. ,them. G
self, your daily comrades, and I Recently the JAMES HAR VElillNG ANNI\'EItyAltl'Greetings : [REDUCED from Stock
your Creator. Faith is healingand
to Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
RISES had as their house

an insurmountable antitoxin energizing.for It barriers.worry.can remove It is from guests Tampa.two attractive They were students Misses David Mitchell H., Jan Simmons 5; Mr.Jan and 15.nlltTJlUAY .Mrs. CLEARANCE t to cost and lower ,.l

GREETINGS to
Avoid undue fatigue. Whenwe SHIRLEY DUNLAP. Both and girls LARNETTE attend Deborah Ann Bass Jan. 3, Wini SAVINGS to 40% and moreDRESSES
work on our nerve we often Middleton High. While here fred Martin, Jeanne M. Wilson, up
lose what we cannot easily re they were, shown many of the Alary T. Golden, Dr. Gilbert L.
place. Sometimes to rest relax, sightseeing spots by Mrs. Ellen Porter Alicia Williams' Permella -
being quiet is more important Wooten, who took along her Burke Erroll Johnson, Jan ,
than to keep on going. PEACE grandchildren JANETTE and 0; Lola Martin, Jan 71 Geneva 101
OF MIND is less likely whenwe and ARNOLD HEIDT III. The Wilson, Pamela It. Moore,
are tired. t Heldt offsprings were brought Yvonne M. Bain, Miriam Bain,
I. Crandell McC'.oucl! Jan. 8 Eunice "
I from Atlanta by Lang Hadley ; QOO ,
Walk daily with God, hand In
who. home for Liberty, Christine Speights,
hand came the holiday 500 700
as a child walks with his
father. He will season . My how time goes Rachel Reeves, Mayner Para-
GUARD give you LIGHTon I by . home with wife CECELIA moure, Jan. t 0; Christine Lewis,
your path. you from and children RICHARD Juanita Humes, Sterling Dicker-
evil, RELIEVE tensions, and PAUL II and DABRINA STE-- son, James Klrnes, Valencia J.
Values 24.95
:, speak PEACE to soul. to
your PHANY ,was the J. W. Dunn'sone Williams Jan. 10; Richard T.
"What doth
the Lord requireof and Richard Paul. Johnson, Dorothy McKellar,
only son,
thee, but to do justly, and tot Mr. Dunn is an Instructor of Joseph A. Mackey, Gladys P. SIZES 3 to 15 and 10 to 20

love mercy, and to walk humbly chemistry psychology and physical Braynon, Albertha Campbell Cottons Arnel Jerseys
t with thy god." science in the Junior College Aletha Towns, Ruby Duron, ,
In Ft. Pierce. Mrs. Dunnis Jan. 11; Leroy "Breeze" Brown, Silks and Novelty Fabrics
a teacher of third grade. She Olivia L. Edwards, Gladys


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I SPOTLIGHT FEATURE. Mr. Beautiful Wedding C'akn to include hider
ARTHUR L. EVANS was born CULOTTES and
and Groom Ornament.
r 'July 26 1931 in Macon, Ga. It ': slits I t. II
was here that he received his Silver Servlc* ValiM ft TJI
early education at the B. S. In- Shorty SKIRTS All WMM. e uri
graham Elementary School and ALSO:
the Ballard High School from
which he graduated In 1919. In 'I ,, Private room for bride and groom overnlt OPEN FRIDAY eMI
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1953 he received an AB degree
, in music and French from Chilled bottle of champagneBeautiful : MONDAY EVENINGS
, Morehouse College Atlanta. In %
Flowers In Room
1956: he received a masters degree
in music from Columbia Free Gift to Bride &141S FASHION

University, New York City. He plui tax and gratuities
has done further study at Atlanta
University and the Schoolof For parties of 10 or more a SHOPS

Social Music at Union Theological Call Sy: Food and Beverage Dept.
Seminary. i 6112, N.W. 7th AVenue

Presently Mr. Evans Is chair- EDISON CENTER
man and choral director of the ti. Open every evening 'til //r p.m. ,
music department of Miami
Northwestern Senior High. He 4200 N W 27th AVENUE NEwton 3 0611 OPEN A LORY'S CHARGE ACCOUNTI

Is also an Instructor of French.At "
St. Agnes Episcopal Church
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Fruit Cocktail 19<<1: Roll Butter Ib 59C

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I ALONG FREE DO hROAD And CalanthesRose SA/TURDAY/ JANUARY 12, 1963 PAGE 7


By HUTU 1'BRKY Sharon Lodge No. 22
meets Saturday. School to Train Cashiers
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- -------------- " " " ,,.,." Lily of the Valley Court No. ,
As we enter the New Year of an operation of 58, Sarah Belle worthy coun
1D63 tremendouscost sellor, will meet Jan. 10. Clerks N
it Is very obvious that prejudice eating into the vitals Stockmen
came along with us. And of the economic structure very Artis Parks Court No. 59,
as we survey conditions in the state, a region, and the of a Mrs. Samuel Glenn, worthy ,:' ,) .. .ifi
South and country counsellor, will \ ,
also in the rest of itself. meet Jan. 10. >
.
the country, the slogan "Free Come one, come nil to the ,r; $
By 63" seems almost impossibleof Twisting Teenage Hop on Jan.
attainment during the re- LOSS OF PRESTIGE 18 at Richmond Heights: Youth ;tJt: JJfWL'Wl'
mainder of the time alloted toward Another by-product of the Center, sponsored by Knights \" JJJ;:" f{ J1ra
that end. We of
would be high \ cost of Pythias Chancellor-
negligent if we did not say that loss of prestige prejudice is the lor. Donation $50 cents.
a locality
suf
great strides have
been made, fers when
violence
or intimida
but too hard
many core resis tion occurs because
of
tance areas still remain. A region of our entire bigotry. something: we cannot put a price
suffers the same loss. country upon, Itecause we do not know
My feel
HIGH COST OF I'llEJUDICK ings on this particular aspect of the abilities, the capability, or t .
prejudice should be clear, the Intelligence of these count .. e.
Prejudice is a costly self-in to my readers as I have very written less, nameless men and women. ;
dulgence to maintain, whether about it many times in the past. Prejudice. has. buried,these abilities ........'1 r '1'111)W
it is by an individual, a section The very democratic anu tms! intelligence as
of our country, or the United I of our country suffers structure when- surely as if they were burled The Miami Branch of Market these MTI schools throughoutthe
States as a whole. This high ever there arises a situation beneath ten feet of dirt. This Training Institute is the new-- country are available to
cost takes many forms, and one such as Little Rock. New Orleans unknown factor is probably the est and most complete of the graduates for extra training or
of the more obvious is the most costly of all, because organizations 40
the
or University of Mis America is training centers job placement at no extra cost
less less
monetary cost of segregation. It sissippi. Most Americans strong, cap- in the United
thru- States Canada
Students trained
able, less democratic, and less nre inevery
is ;
public record for out the
instance
country feel a loss of and Hawaii MTI Schools
that a world power because many phase of the register: operation; ,
the
cost of maintaining dignity :and the breaking down arc Government and Industry
sections of her
James Meredith at "Old ;)f democratic citizenry are produce scaling, stocking and
Miss"has ideals when seg-- denied their rights and Approved. It is the only MTI
run into the millions. Even regation tramples upon human tunities. oppor Cashiering School in Miami many other phases of the work.
now, after the initial shatter decency and the instincts of with over 10 years service, sup- They practice under real store
ing cost of entering Mr. Mere brotherhood. The loss of prestige Prejudice is indeed expensive lying major stores nationally! conditions with latest store
dith into the university he still for the United States \nd the cost of maintaining it with self-service personnel. equipment and procedures.
needs protection in the formof around the world, whenever the comes high: high in actual mon Thousands of MTI graduatesnow
U. S. deputy marshals to American image is defaced by ey, in loss of prestige, in loss working In high paying Many good high paying jobs
guarantee his safety. This has prejudice is one of the most of opportunities for Negro citizens -I jobs. Its 2000 square feet at Cor. are now open. The tuition Is
been a tremendous expense to costly aspects of bigotry. and in lost abilities and NW 7th Ave. at 78th St. are devoted low, with easy terms In fact,
taxpayers throughout the talents that could otherwise evcluslvcly to training you can 'Train Now Pay
whole country, and has used LOSS OF help to make America grow asa check-out cashiers, hostess cash.. Later." Day and evening classes,
money sorely needed for na- OPPORTUNITIES nation. The side effects of loss iers, produce clerks, stockers, MTI guaranteed training,: in 3
. .
supervisors etc., filling the weeks. Placement service
uouui ueiense, me In some 10f dignity, lowering of American gap to
space program respects perhaps In
and other the principle and ideals and the store personnel. Over 400 of stores and\ graduates is free.
national aims loss
greatest of all is suffered :Miami
graduates
I with i
placed Each
graduates is
For guilt complexes (whether confidenially
recognized -
taxpayers right here In through the loss of equal major stores.
rated for
Florida the cost of financing opportunities for all American or not) present whenever ability. Stores may
the Florida Legislative Investigating citizens. This loss is a double I one human being keeps I The school i b staffed by ex send job applicants or present
employees to for
us further
Committee has been 'a one, first to Negroes, and secondly I another human being from enjoying I perts. The Market Training Institute training. New classes start each
burden that could have been to the country itself. The his rights and privileges, comes to Miami with week.
much better channeled into the loss to Negroes happens whenever all add up to the gigantic cost years of successful 'operation I
Florida road building program, they are not able to avail of prejudice. That it is unnecessary behind it. This same course of Market Training Institute,
for, example.The themselves of opportunities and un-American is only training has made remarkable Cor. NW 7th Ave at 78th St.
equally with Americans of other another aspect of this evil. records in 40 major cities. All phone PL 7-8148

cost of the skin color. There ,is no way to
maintaining
count the loss in Negro physicists
separate facilities of
segregation scientists, space engineers f
through the has
years run into
doctors, educators and in
I every
astronomical figures. It has always other field all lost to the I
seemed incredible to me United States because of I
that otherwise sensible, intelligent judice. pre. IriiI
men and women would so
delude themselves regarding This loss of unknown, undeveloped
segregation into thinking that and uneducated Negroes I
the maintaining of it was not in the United States is ,.1 1 O Q J.1 :

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Adult Basketball Leaguegot During the plgh't' of Dec. 21 During the recent conference

Bishop Raymond L Jones off to a big start Thursday defeating the Parcel: Ppst iti Oakes Field of copal the Church African in Methodist Nassau, Bisd:
with Miami Knights and cash andchecks
Into
night was broken W. F. Dall purchased
a lot
Succeeds Bishop W. J. Walls the North Dade Boos- valued approximate feet by 400 feet. A church edit 400
ters 77 to 33. McKain leadingthe ly $2,520 were stolen. Jerome fice is to be erected on the site
DURHAM, N. C. Bishop Medford w;q elected to serveas winners with 22 points. The Greenidge, who is in charge of in the near future.
second found a sharp the Parcel'Post, said he left
game
Raymond Luther Jones, Sails secretary while Bishop shooting team from the Grove the place l locked that evening, Anthony Bain
bury, N. C. is slated to become Walls was tile chairman. namely the Vikings defeatinglast but found the. Jock off the door and Charles Hanna, Terrance Rose
chairman of the Bishops were charred .
Board of
the Miami morning. Everything inhe'
Ministers and Laymen Association year's champs next in the Magistrate's
of the AME Zion Church at Court
would elect officers Warriors 5947. Albert Sands :: ,safe; 'was ransacked excepts Dec. 27, of robbing the
its semi-annual meeting which : J o h
with 16 points; he said, n
led the scores ''ppstal-stamps, ,
rt) :. Bull of
will be held at St. Luke AME and it is felt that Dr. E. Frank Shop Jewelry and cash
Zion Church 7th and ChurchSts. lin Jackson, Washington, D. C. This week schedule: 7:30: p.m. valued at $70,000 on, Dec. 22
Wilmington N.C. Dr. A. J.Blake would be re-elected as presi Warriors. 8:30 Vikings This is the largest shopbreaking
pastor, Jan. 9-12. dent. The office of first vice- Jets vs. Airmen : All p.m.Stars.' rT..W "Stokes" Thompson in New Providence in almost
vs.
president was vacated by the all of, Who Is serving a.,term for man- 40 years.
lIe will succeed Bishop W. J. death of Dr. S. P. Perry a short I These teams from parts slaughter, and ,13' to do an ad- The burglers
Walls who has served the past time ago. This office will be the county. ditional two years in default of broken into are said to have
six months. It is expected that filled at the Wilmington meet.In Miami and Miami a --fine- of $2,800 for operatingthe a rear door of the
Bishop Walls will again assume g. Dr. G. W. McMurray, Birmingham Knights "numbers appealed' to the building. They then drilled
the duties which Warriors are from LibertyCity". and opened the safe and looted .
as secretary Ala., who is the executive court against his conviction on
Grove,
office he has held for a numberof is expected to Vikings from Coconut the charge. The Chief rings, watches, semiprecious
secretarYi North Dade Boosters, Opa-locka, lottery stones and a
he Dr. I. B. considerable
years. so.
Justice said Thompson will
the Airmen All Stars, Homestead
He was elected both chairman Pierce Indianapolis, Ind., trea Jets from Miami. have to spend six months the amount of cash. The first was
and secretary at the July surer since 1956 is a likely maximum alternative under the arrested 12 hours after the
1962 meeting and Bishop E. T. choice to succeed himself. roWbery by the CID and the
The Teenage League will get Jaw, instead of two years. others, shortly after.
I on the way Monday night, Jan.
14. 7:30.: Only North Dade High

. 15 Adult Centers To ,Offer ClassesThe I School Students. Mrs. Lucinda Stubbs, 82, diedat Augusta Mrs. Lois Street Johnson died, at 44, the of

Junior is in full Dumfries, Cat Island, on Dec. Princess Margaret
The League Hospital
Adult Homemaking Edu Tuesday evenings. 19. She is survived by one Dec. 31. She is on
swing also at this time with the survived by her
cation Division of the Dade Mays High School Tues following grades leading their daughter,' Mrs. Mizana Thompson husband, Stanley, her mother
County Board of Public Instruction day evenings. division. 7.10, Miss Liggett's of Miami, and 'a. number of Mrs. Roslyn Espie, a brother,,
is offering to all adultss 12- Bethel AME Church Wednesday homeroom won the games; 8-6, grandchildren and great-grand-. Robert Espie and other rela
week courses in Plain Sewing, ; evenings. Mrs. Mathis homeroom won children. tives.LIBCITY.

Advanced Sewing, Basic Women's Carver High School Wed two games and {J)-3, Mr. Mizell ca ac c c cacancx carat +cat c e Ifl< Tailoring, Home Decorations three - - --: ----- -------- ----
nesday evenings. homroom, won games. 'dKddR
Basic Foods and Furniture J. W. Johnson School Wed
Reupholstering. nesday evenings. The girls basketball league .
Homemaking classes will be Dorsey Jr. High School and soccer league will get on
held in the following centers Tuesday and Wednesday even the way next week. Every Sat.
beginning Jan. 2 through: March ings.R.. urday morning is tournament
R. Moton School Tuesday morning. Come out and see
22.J.. E. Scott Homes Monday and Thursday evenings.A. what kind of tournament you

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Alpha Delta Chapter . .' G. W. Carver Drama, THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. \,f

Busy On Projects Club Off, to ':I. '. SATURDAY, JANUARY .12, 1963 PAGE 9 I

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The sorors of Alpha Delta 4. projects. Good StartThe
BTW Students to Publish Anthology
chapter of the National Sororityof 5. Educational Guidance ;
Phi Delta Kappa are busy Youth; and adults ., for Dramatics Club of George ,:
with their many national and ; With Christmas holidays tuck. full swing In the 19025Tbasket-
Washington Carver
local projects. The national Alpha Delta Chapter was hap-, ', High School ed away as bundles of memories ball season. Thus far the 'cag .,.
theme for this year is Facing SXrinc/S"1} one of its' Projects got off to a very good start this Washingtonians returned to ers have on unenviable recordof
New Frontiers in Education. Christmas Season. It year. The club has had two as- school Jan. 2. Many returned won 2 and lost, 4. They are I
Phi Delta Kappa's to sembly in which anticipating' better lit the I
activitiesare presented the Kendall Home programs two with New Year's resolutions play
to
centered around it's five for children, a radio for Us din plays, were given. The first was, work harder this Coming games. '. 1> 4
point program. ing and recreation room.' The for the Junior High School in even year -
project for than before. To add to the cageieak
1. Teacha Rama. nual March January of is the an., which the '"The Red Key" was of losing was the loss or one of j
2. Reading Clinics. is a ProJect and Dimes} Tea;; This done. It'was very well done and Fulfilling this resolution is the star players, Richard "'T by"
3. Youth Guidance and Recre- friends and program that Alfreda Glover the yearbook staff. The staff is Gatson. He had to Rive up'basketball
I people of the community was pralstM '
ation. working unceasingly to make for medical reasons!
are invited. highly for her outstanding per this year's yearbook of the T .Jf
f !I-.t'''' '\ !'I, 'It' . -'r -- ---' ..".._-- -- -_. formance.Tho best. one The debate team of Booker T.
Washington struck out in- full
second program was also -' Speaking of publications, once force to participate in a debate!
praised highly, "Tell Doric again the Washingtonians will at Miami Jackson High School
Not to Cry." The publish an anthology. Poems Jan Dcb:1torsver'c ,Stanley
q cast was composed short stories, satires, etc., wuibe Squire, Samuel Henley, ,qr, n d
of all beginners in drama secured from students of Dianna Curry. Thty' WQn 2
t Shirley Smith and Patricia liar- grades seven through twelve. and lost 1. Mr Thomas Suttonis
164 per were praised highly for Mrs Evelyne Mincy is sponsorof sponsor of the group.' The
their performances. The group this anthology. Catherine Allen team won,jlebates from Miami
will do the following plays the is editor and Laurasteen Edison Hhjh by default and Mi
AI second semester. Thompson is associate editor ami High The team was defeated -
:Members of several classes
ate by Southwest High.
"The
Game of Chess, "Con-
soliciting patrons and ads for i
cert in The Park. "Rebel With- its publication. Final plans are Topic {or.the deLtote was: Resolved -
out Cause "Rehearsal
For still in progress. : that the U. S. should
Death
and an original
play by
the director Mr. Clarence adopt a policy of reciprocal
Wednesday, Jan. 0, marked trade with non-communist na-
Brown, "The Greatest Love." the Senior Parents Night dur- tions.

In March the players will at. ing regular PTA Emphasis was
tend the Drama Festival at the placed upon senior parents to Laurasteen Thompson, re-
attend. Here parents and .Instructors porter.
I 11 University of Miami where
w they wilt'do "The Red Key." got together to discuss
problems and
improvements of
Carver received the highest rat.
; year at the University the young people. Mr. Archie Morris Brown
L. Avers is ,
were president.
the play, "A Dream Come
s True" was presented. This wasa
Although school was closed
., one-act, psychological drama, for the holidays the school-com Alumni Hold MeetThe
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written and directed by Mr. .
Alpha Delta Chapter of the basileus; Lillian Davis, tamlos; Brown munity House?' To program fill students held leisure"open Miami chapter of the i

National Sorority of Phi Delta Eloise Brown, dean of pledgees, April 20th the Dramatics Club hours, students were able to Morris Brown College Alumniwill !
Kappa Is proud to present new and Effie McFadgon, program i will attend the Drama Festival play ping-pong, basketball and hold its second organize :,
ly elected officers, who will chairman. in Tallahassee at Fla. A&N other athletic games. Record since it was recently
serve for the year of 196364. Other officers not shown I University. The group receiveda hops and several other indoor : at the Pin-Lund Bowling Lanes,
are ames also on Saturday, Jan. 12 at, 8
were held
p.m.
They are from left to right: Emma Williams, first anti basi- superior rating last year with during
these All Morris Brown
Sorors Pauline George, Tamiou- leus; Eloise S. Johnson, gram- the play, "A Dream Come True." holidays former students ore graduatesand urgedto
chos, Johnnie Patten, third mateus; Mary Nixon, second The Tornado in
Anti Basileus; Helena Holton, anti basileuo. The club plans to Join the cagers are attend.

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more recognition in the field of Clyde Did It
North Dade StudentsTo are urged to come out and sup drama. We have some highly
port this affair. Refreshments talented students who are eager -
Again
Be Feautred will be served following the pro to become members.;! Some of
on gram. these students have done out
standing work in the club for
Talent Program The Jabberwock contest is the last two years. They are: MAXINEBROWN
the annual fund raising effortof Benny Duehart, Constance
Entertainment the Delta Sdgha Theta Soror Grant, Clara Stubbs, Jacquelyn
is: the keynoteof ity to benefit its scholarship Cambridge, Clifton Vaughn, AI. I
the special program to be fund The organization gives fred Glover, Shirley Smith, VIola a ry ' 1
presented at Mt. Hermon AME scholarships annually to stu Hawkins and Patricia Har i
Church In Opa-locka Sunday, dents in each of the Dade County I
Jan. 13 at 330: p.m. high schools. per.We that will come
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The program will ,feature tal. ,The Junior Choir will also be I out and see some of our pro- is
ented
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comingto
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. "In Defense of Gambling"Outmoded ti

PACE 10 SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1963 I laws and bluenose not been made..'

.& COUNTY thinkers have created the only Breslln, the father of four
Immoral and unethical aspectto I I children, admitted that he

-- Personal Mention -- .3R0 WARD gambling which Is "anythingbut Jimmy'ment gambles and a said little, "nobody for entertain-, whether -

a universial sin he is a politician or a clery-
-Lilii111111j{, iLy1J & E1.4Eh1111ii,41,1 NEWS Breslin writes In a Saturday man or a policeman, should tell

Sgt. Clinton E. Williams who one. She takes with her many Evening Past article. me I cannot.

was seriously injured while Installing precious memories of those "Gambling, thanks to the laws
safe for the whom she met during her so
guards the rackteer
against It, provides
---- Art Club
Idle
Orange Blossom Classic paradehas journ.A. ;lly \V WALTER DOWB with a prime source of Income," Hour
been released from Jackson defense of
Breslin said In leg
Hospital and is convalescing at E. Kelly was in the city alized betting, "but if gambling Plans Tea
the home of his mother Mrs. Ranches Fire Department ,
last week from Key West and The Carver were legal, the racket guy
Ann Coleman. He is receiving attended the funeral of his will meet Monday, would be out of business, or I The Idle Hour Art Club was
visitors now at any time. daughter, Florina F. Cartwright Jan. 14, 8:30: p.m. at the Cham- would be come a legitimate, tax- organized Oct. 4, 19G2.( The
Rev. A. P. Turner of Talla Saturday, Jan. 5. Wer of Commerce Building in paying businessman." meetings have been Interesting.
hassee was in the city duringthe West Hollywood. Members,
On Jan. 3 the group; met at the
Christmas holidays. He was Adult Education please be present. "Sickening hypocrisy" has home of Mrs. Rosa L. Ferguson,
guest of his daughter and son been promoted by restrictionson 1315 NW 51st St. Plans were
in-law, the William B. Haleys, Class StartedAt South gambling which is legal in made for our Rainbow Tea. We
and "small fry" grandson, \VU Broward Post 8195 26 states only at racetracks but had visiting with us, Mrs. Rosa
11am Jr. and grand daughter,, MaysAn VFW meets every first and unlawful if It is done on a Colebrook from New York, one
Jennifer 2Vt-all of Opa-locka.. adult education class has third Sunday at the Chamberof street corner, Breslin argued. In of our old members; Mrs. Nel
Mrs. Annie Mae Ribinson, sister Commerce Building. New York State alone during
been started at Mays High lie Mae Walker Grier from
of Mr. Haley came by train School, Goulds, for all adults'' 1962, more than one-billion dollars l. Newark, N.J. and :Mrs. Nancy
from Jacksonville the
to spend was bet by 13-mlllion visitors
who wish to continue their elementary Coleman, Miami.
'
Yuletide her mother Mrs Hollywood -
with school Milton Hepburn of West to tracks which Breslin
Lillie P. Haley at her W 68th ucation. This or grammar class is a part ed-of left for Nassau last Fri said was "legal and moral" because We were very grateful for
Terr address. the vocation adult education day. He returned home Wednesday of the fence around the their presence.
program of the Dade County night, Jan. 9. track. Don't
miss our Rainbow Tea
When the Square Circle Sportsmen chool; system. Grade levels 1 The "hallmark of hypo iisy" Sunday Jan. 27, 4 to 6 p.m. at
Club entertaine in full This through class 8 is are being being taught offered.by Elmo Mrs.Ida Seymour reports in Breslin's opinion is the Irish the Masonic Temple, 1742 NW
glee Jan. 17 at Bayfront Park S. Sparks, an instructor atMays that she had a fine vacation in Sweepstake lottery which sells 3rd ave. Donation 50 cents. We
auditorium, Alex Hall, popular High School, who con Nassau during the Christmas most of its tickets in America. will be featuring Miss Judy
member of the club, will entertain ducted such classes previously holidays. She is the wife of Mel- 'The politician or policeman Mahoney and Baldwin Hepburn.Mrs. .
his many friends as in in North Florida.If vin Seymour of West Holly who would dare to stop it has E. Jasper, reporter
previous years. This year Mr. you did not complete your wood.
Hall's hostess is "Gee Gee' :lementary education or would
Young, popular dress designerand like to refresh your reading and
fitter at Lillie Rubin Dress writing ability and are betweenthe ST. JOHN AME( DOMESTICS REGISTER NOW
Salon, Lincoln Road Mall. Many ages of 18 and 80, you may
out of town visiting friends are register for these classes. On Dec. 30 St. John celebrated Due to the season now opening we are urgently In needof
his guests and a good time is Classes are being held each its first quarterly conference
surely to be had by all at the Tuesday and Friday nights from Speaker was Dr. F. A. Allen cooks, housekeepers, nurse maids, chauffeurs, butlers,
Square Circle Club dance. 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Registration D.D. His theme, "A Good" housemen and couples. Also good day workers, live in arid
fee is only $2.00 for the course. Beginning and a Bad Ending.
Reading, writing, arithmeticand The speaker for Missionary was out positions.
Mrs. Marion Johnson of 1531 English language will be Rev. Campbell. His theme was
NW 1st court, and friends, Viv stressed. For further information "Temporary Disconnected From MARY LEE
; AGENCY
ian and Nathalie, were among please contact the school, The Church.
Miamians who spent the holidays CI 7-1617, Ext. 11. Catherine Willis, reporter 1711 W. Flagler Street Phone 379.2386Bo.
in Nassau. Accompanied by
Miss Hilda Edden, they were Painless Office Treatment of
guests at a sumptuous New
Year's dinner given by Mr. and RUPTURE SSPILES Jb.
Mrs. Orsborne King, and were
entertained by other friends in
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I State. Workshop SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1963! PAGE 11

z MeetingThe

1963 Annual State Work Thus Saith The Lord :
ers Meeting of the Churches of
God in Christ, Western Florida,
will convene at the Church of QUESTION, Is It true, "We I ready saved.
; God in Christ Temple, 338 Chelsea nre nil going to the same place, In :verse 0 of the Gospel of
St., Jacksonville, Thursday but arc just taking different John chapter 14, Jesus said
-,1 morning, Jan. 10 at 11 o'clock. roads? that He was the only way to '

''ll l lx The Rt. Rev. Wales R. Nesbitt: Answers. Open Bibles to the Father, notice Jesus said I I'
; Sr., presiding prelate.All two passages of Scripture.your The am THE way, he is not showIng -

pastors, superintendents, Gospel of John, chapter 14, a way or teaching: a way,
district and local officials of the verse 0 and the Book of Acts but He is the way. On the cross
L 0i Churches of God in Christ will chapter 4, verse 12. of Calvary, when Jesus Christ
1" i be, and, or represented. The John 14:6: "Jesus salth unto died for our sins and rose again
session will convene Thursday, him. I am the way, the truth tho third day, He purchased
Jan 10, through Sunday, Jan. and the life: no man cometh the only salvation God has for
13. The bishop urges that all unto the Father, but by me." man, and He became the only
workers will be present on timeas Savior for man. Christ Is the
many phases of the church Acts 4:12: "Neither is there way, the only way, all other
program will be discussed. salvation in any other: for there road which man Is teaching to
is none other name under hea day are roads to destruction,
To Honor Bishop Ball ven given among men, where God has been gracious and not
Churches of Christ Scientist by we must be saved." only planned our salvation, but
also sent his only begotten son
Florida AME Churches Set Man's inseparable relationship In verse 12 of Acts, it is declared to pay the price for our sins,
Jan. to his creator will be emphasized that there is none other by carrying out the plan of sal
at Christian Science church name under heaven but Jesus." vation that tho Father !In Heaven
16 Conference services Sunday. Subject of the This rules out the 10 Commandments prepared before the .foundation
Planning SessionMembers Lesson-Sermon Is "God." the golden rule, church' of. the World.
Golden Text: "Behold the membership and the sermon on
of the African Methodist Mrs. L. Genright; director of tabernacle of God is with men, the mount, all these things are Let us take advantage of the
Episcopal Church through Religious education, Rev. C. E. and he will dwell with them, wonderful and every Christian opportunity God has given! us.
out the state of Florida, are responding I Tolsten; director of RAYC, Mrs. and they shall be his people, should live by them faithfully, Study the Bible with your
to a special call extended Marian H. Shannon; president of and God himself shall be: with but these things will never heart open to his will, lest you
to Presiding Elders, ministers layment, Mr. Felix White; them, and bo their God" (Rev. make you a Christian or take be misled by doctrine and
officers of the mission !dent and Mrs. W. B. Stewart Ares 213.: ) you to heaven, for they are<< teachings of man, who claim
ary, religious education depart of Edward Waters College all 1 Readings will Include this meant for a person who Is al- they are God's servants God's
ment( laymen and conferenceand extend Invitations to their re passage ..from "Science and will is rcvcnled- - In his Wnn/l-
district workers to attend spective groups to attend each Health with Key to the scrip the Bible, so that we would not
the conference set for Jan. 16- session. ture by Mary Baker Eddy BAHA'I ASSEMBLY be led astray: And now God has
17 at Edward Waters College In WELCOME; BANQUET (p.3)): "The Divine Being must provided a school here in Liberty
Jacksonville.The IIIGIILIGIIT be reflected by man-else man Religious persecution, a relicof City, where all can come
The age old proverb: "A pro is not the image and likeness of the Dark Ages, has reared to study the Bible
occasion will be the
nual confernce an phet is without honor In his the patient tender, and true, the its ugly head once more. A report God has not
planning for the stopped there
,
State own country" will be banished One 'altogether lovely;' but to has been received that the school charges tuition
Superintendent
understand God Is nine members of the Bahai' no or
when the work of
Walter the ardent AME's of Flor registration
fee. All
White
S. president of Allen may come
ida eternity, and demands absolute Faith have been convicted of
spearheaded by Rev. J. S. whether rich
Christian Endeavor; W. Cot or poor. This is
trell.... president of Women's Johnson, take time out Wednesday consecration" thought, energy, trying to destrop Islam by re another gift from God, will you
Missionary Society, Mrs. E. L. night, Jan. 16 to extend and desire. cruiting converts to the Faith take avuntagc of it? God will
profound and sincere apprecia in Moroco. Moroco is a Moslem be pleased and life
Richardson; director of YPD, your will be
tion to Bishop William Frank TEMPLE BAPTIST church state, and this "crime"is richer. This is not a church,
lin Rail.' fir-- and-. wolrnma- 'him considered as treason. It is a school and teaches the

"home" as the presiding prelateof Rev L. A. Thompson, pastor According to Moroccan officials Bible.
Old Time Holy the llth Episcopal District. The Missionary Society, Mrs. the Baha'is were ferment Adult classes
A special ceremony including Florence Hepburn, president, ing political dlstrubances by are every Mon
Ghost 'Revival day and
both literary and musical encomiums will sponsor its annual New their actions. This is Thursday evening
strange, from 8-10
An old time Holy Ghost Revival and presentations of Year's Dinner Friday evening considering that Baha'is do not one hour you can come for
four
will be sponsored by the tokens which express the high Jan. 18, at the church. Donation participate In politics, except to your time or permits., which ever
Church of God of Prophecy at esteem in which Floridians hold $1.00. vote, and do not campaign; for
Centervllle Church 2746 NW Bishop Ball and his queenly The No. 2 choir will sponsora others in politics. Furthermore, On Saturday morning at 9.30:
51st St.. Evangelist{ Bishop wife, Mrs. Agnes Ball, will be tea this Sunday, 3:30: p.m. at Baha'is who are not loyal to a there !is a Bible hour forth e
Alexander Gilmore will begin followed by a delectable ban the home of Miss L. Rose, 1235 just government under which children from 11 years of age.
the series Jan. 13 at 8 p.m. quet. NW G5th Terr. A spicy programIs they live, are considered DS dis This also is free.
There will be singing, preach On hand to bear witness to promised. Friends are Invit loyal to God Himself
ing and prayer for the sick the grand occasion will be Rev. ed. The children sing HOURS, hear
each night. Everyone is wel and Mrs. William F. Ball Jr., Three of the Haha'is have Bible stories, and loam, ,tw pray.
come. who have also returned to Fla. NEW BETHEL BAPTIST been sentenced to death, five to This la a wonderful chance for
to assist enhancing: the work life imprisonment, and one to us as adults today to provide
of the''Inimitable Bishop Ball; 1571 NVV 68th Terrace 14 years imprisonment at hard training for our leaders of to
Mardi GrasThe and, to develop a we11-rounded Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor labor. morrow.
program of activities. Deacon Fred Williams, reporter
last festival before Lenten OTHERS JOIN Last Sunday the pastor delivered Baha'is throughout the world Send your questions on the
Season Mardi Gras Many of other faiths are expected a powerful sermon andIt arc holding prayer meetings to Bible to "Thus Saith T h e
"
will be sponsored by the Churchof to attend the mammoth was enjoyed by all. supplicate for the release of Lord, 6184 NW 15th Ave., Miami -

the Incarnation, Feb. 22, 23, event which already is expected Sunday the No. 2 choir will these persecuted men. Locally Fla.
25, 26. Watch next issue for to be one of the most outstanding render the music. This Sundaythe the Baha'is of Miami will holdtheir
more information. events of the year pastor will be In charge of prayer session at the
the service. Center, 137 NW 11th Ave., 8 MT.CALVARY
Please visit the SICK ana snot | p.m. Tuesday, Jan 15. Rev h.. M. Thomas, pastor


I South F orida Laymen in Conference I 5th ins. Ave. Church of Christ MT. CARMEL M. BAPTISTRev. Sunday Phyllis the Myers services, reporter will 110conducted


Hy BERNICK 8. HENDERSON past.Immediately. D. A. Bradley, pastor by Rev. Stephens. He
1800 N.W. Cth Avenue is and has been
Mrs. Christine conducting the
Public Relations DirectorFT. after the board Elder J. C. Jackson, pastor Cherry, reporter services, since our pastor has

meeting, the group retired to Nathaniel Thomas, reporter We are again facing tho beginning been ilk Tho music for the
.
PIERCE The South Fla.
the main auditorium where the REVIVAL! UK VIVA LI of a new year and, Godis morning service will be furnished
Conference Laymen Organization District Director of Lay Activities There !Is a two-week revival still in the soul Raving Dual by the Junior choir and

Mrs. Irene L. Taylor, president [ Mrs. L. D. Hodgins, presented being held at our church. ness. Our pastor preached first for the night service by tho
was in session for its a very unique and well Souls are being saved. The revival Sunday a message that If we male chorus.
quarterly meeting on Dec. 30, at accepted program with the began Jan. 8 and will are not on one accord or in
St. Paul AME Church Ft. youth of St. Paul participating. continue to Jan. 20. It is beingrun unity with one another now Is Tho public !Is !invited to at
Pierce, with Rev. W. B. Coffey, by Mrs. Gussie G. Gamble the time to repent and acknowledge tend our services.
host pastor and Samuel T. Piper The president, Mrs. Taylor, who is the State Superior of our wrong.Won't We are continually praying
Jr. presented a dedicated and Inspiring the Women Department of for the recovery of our pastor
host
president. I ( message to the organiza Eastern Florid; you come to our fountain and others that have been ill.

Following the morning. wor tion. The following committeeswere She Is a great leader of the of prayer on Tuesday
ship, a very delicious lunch was appointed: Churches of God in Christ all night, and cast your poor soul

served to a large delegation friends of of Ways and Means, Sick and over the world. down welcome at Jesus wherever feet. you He bid be. you He GRACE PRESBYTERIAN
representatives and
the four districts by Mrs. F. C. Grievance.- Women's Auxiliary. paid! the. price for:. you _and forj I Rev. William Savoy, pastor

Duval and her very fine staff I and Time and Place. EPISCOPALCHURCH shut me. -ln jiememoer<. me SICK ana Plans are being made for a

of coworkers. A sedal fund was set aside to fine "Youth Sunday" on Jan.
,. help provide for the care of the PLANS 27 and also for an outstanding
an Preceding the regular session, sick and aged laymen who have CRUSADEThe ST. MARY'S W. M Men's Day on Feb. 24. Let 'us
executive board meeting was
given their services to the pursue the practice of regular
held with Mrs. Ellen Bowe, church. Episcopal Church plans Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor church attendance in 1003.
Conference Chaplain, leading Evangelism on a mass scale fn MISJ. Dorothy Major, reporter
devotions. Mrs' Terr! Toles. Conference South Florida.
Youth Director of Lay Actlvl Episcopal Bishop Henry I. Those who worship with us ST. BARNABAS W. M.

Mrs. Margaret Carey, vice ties, presented her officers for Louttlt, D.D has announced on last Sunday were spiritually I Tier. E. A. Culmer, pastor
president, presented the newly Installation. A very impressive plans blessed.
elected ambitious for the Crusade Mrs. S. Dawklms, reporterOn
conference president installation ceremony was performed of Faith. This month long
Mrs. Irene Taylor. With pomp by the president. evangelistic campaigns will be Sunday at 3 p.m. there will Sunday: morning the pas
and dignity Mrs. Taylor presided be covenant service. The pastor tor lectured
conducted in 12 major centres for a few minutes,
; her main objective being to. Contributing effectively to the in South Florida. Is asking the cooperation of all and a spirited testimonial
ser
organize the laity in every meeting were Rev. and Mrs. W. Attendance Is! expected to exceed choirs and ushers and the entire vice followed Everyono was
church Con B. Coffey who gave words of memberships.
in the South Fla. of one quarter of a million blessed. Two persons joined the
ference welcome an d expressions
into body.
functioning
a .
people. Following the service Christian family. Holy Com
The of the districts praise to the laymen.The there
reports four
The of the Crusade
purpose will be a fellowship tea given munlon was administered. The
were given by the presidents, meeting is to bring the residents of No. 1 choir
next quarterly !by Sin. Myrl Gibson and Sls. E. with biroL..
namely District, Zack Ferguson, Miami, will be held at Coconut Grove, of Florida, to renew the faithof K. Johnson. Knowles at the piano, rendered
: Willie Fletcher, North March 31. lapsed Christians and to music, and No. 1 ushers served.
Miami District; E. J. White strengthen the faith of the Jan. 20 there will be memorial
West Palm Beach District and The meeting adjourned with church. This Crusade of Faith service. The committee In The evening service was de
S. T. Piper, Ft. Pierce District the laymen leaving with the is for all denominations. please asking the cooperationof voted to Bible quotations by
Recommendations made spirit of.not trying to destroy; Four outstanding mlsslonera their co-workers in Mrs. M. E. Culmer and the la
were but rather pressing to participate will conduct the missions.' Bish- arrang dies of the church. This was
for the ing the .
coming year by the pres their shareto program.We enjoyed Immensely by
!ident. and contribute up Ian W. A. Sheville of Queens* every
These recommendationswere help better conditions of this land Australia; Bishop C. W.Sterfing are glad to announce that one. Visitors are always wel
favorably received by theboard great AME Church. of Montana; Bishop W. Sis. Hester Rolle la home from come.
and it was generally con of West the hospital. The entire church Mrs.
ceded C. Campbell Virginia i Rosa Roberts Is still
that new lay levels of pr'osouRhtoand Drive Carefully! and Bishop M. G. Henry of>E is praying for her a speedy re I shut-!n. We wish her a speedy

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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. IN 'MEMORIAL I :f :'

PAGE 12 SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1963 jDEAHS REV. JACOB C. BRADLEY,
In sad but loving memory of 2017 NW 70th St., died' Jan. 5.
our dear mother and grand-
mother, He was the assistant pastor of

Greater Bethel AME Church
MEMORIALS I ; -
CARDS : ; until his health failed a few
years ago. He was a well known
Jo.-: ..._ .Lh.... -L.::: -MI. pioneer of the Miami area, haying

IN MEMORIAM I CARD OF THANKSWe ,, vllle,come Ga. He here was from called Fayettes-to the

I ministry In May of 1901. He re-
I In sad but loving memory of We the family of the lateOFFICER I I ceived his deacon and elders
our dear father, grandfather, I JAMES F. HINES orders under the late Bishop
and brother, the late wish to take this method of expressing John Hurst, he pastored 20
sincere appreciaIon -
our charges in 62 and gave
,
I years
the. kindnesses
for many
qt
70 years of life service to the
;hown during our recent beeavement. God.
of
Church
For each card, tele-

tram, floral piece and other ex- I He is: survived by his wife,
i ,jressions of sympathy we are Nixie, two sons, Rev. I. F.
e leeply grateful. Our special Bradley of Tallahassee, and J.
,hanks to Rev. Aaron D. Hall f C. Jr$ of Bainbridge, four
nd Ebenezer Methodist Church, daughters, Mrs. Beatrice Harris
the entire Police Departmentfor and Mrs. Essie Lee McCulloughof
their loyalty and to the St. Petersburg, Mrs. Lillle M.
House of Albert. May God'srichest Brown of Philadelphia, and
I blessings rest upon you Mr. Willie Lamarr Sr., 64, pi Mrs. Cornelius Sanders of Miami -

all. oneer citizen of Sanford, died 27 grand children, 68 great
I Mr, and Mrs. Fred Hines, Jr Saturday in his home town after grands and one sister, Mrs. Lucille
parentsA a prolonged illness Bell Bradley. Services will
Son The deceased, father of four
.
be held at
on Saturday 3pm.at
Four brothers and six MRS. ARABELLA
children, two girls and two Greater Bethel AME Church
sisters THOMPSON boys, lived at 1915 West 15th
with Rev. S. A. Cousin officiat
who passed to the Great Be St. for over 20 years. A con
yond January 9, 1915. tractor by trade he was well ing.
c IN MEMORIAMIn Gone, but not forgotten. known, liked and respected by He will lie in repose at 1 p.m.
Eighteen years since you have both White and Negro citizensof Friday in the chapel and will
sad but loving memory of left us; Sanford.Mr. .
be taken to the church at 9 a.m.
my beloved husband. For that bright and happy Lamarr is survived by a I Saturday.

cose shore; wife, Hannah of Sanford; two I j
But some day we hope to meet daughters, Martha and Mrs. |
LEROY D. YOUNG you Elsie L. Jones of :Miami; two
who departed this life January "a When the mist has rolled away. sons, James of New York City FRED McCLOUD of 100 NW
5, 1962. The Family and Willie Jr., of Miami; and a 61st St., apt. 2, died Jan. 6. He
May he rest in peace and may host of other relatives. was a long time resident of
light perpetual shine upon him. IN MEMORIAMIn Services will be held in Lake Miami and a sexton at the
Sadly missed by: Monroe on Sunday at 3 p.m. Presbyterian Church in Coco
Bloneva Y. Robinson, loving memory of our at Providence Missionary Baptist nut Grove. He is survived by:
daughter dear husband and father, Church, Rev. S. 'W. Wash. his wife, Thelma, three child
Lloyd R. Young, son .ngton, pastor, officiating. Wil- ren, a sister, Mrs. Mary Coney,
Bernice O. Young, daughter k lams Funeral Home In chargef a brother Joe Mike. Chapel ser-
Marie A. Williams, daughter arrangements with interment vices will be conducted on Sat
r Frances Gibson, sister .o be held in Sanford. urday at noon. Rev. Theodore
And grandchildren Johnson of St. John Baptist
.p wy.:Yx Church will officiate. He Is now
h }
8 on view in the chapel.
rmv srnN.+,; .ram a;{;:{ e ya<,rryxq
CARD OF THANKS ,
t s pWILFRED S.Ai G ) > y.

The family of the late
MRS. REBECCA JOHNSON MRS. PRUDENCE GRISSOM,
's'sxl
BETHEL Nr.; ; of 2560 NW 162nd St., died Jan.
wish to thank their many I ,', 5'k >l.. 9. She Is survived by a daughter
t
friends and neighbors for Mrs. Maria Puncy of Opa-

cards, letters, telegrams and ,'. ''ocka, two sons, Glenn and D.
floral pieces. Thanks to the Miami i. a v rftdA 1 K. of Camilla, Ga. She was sentto
Laundry plant No. 2. Mem Camilla for final rites.
bers of St. Mary's W. M. Church A. THOMPSON
and Rev. II. V. Stuart. Thanksto who departed this life Sunday,
all who were so kind to us fanuary 7 1D02. SANFORD D. WALLACE of
.. in our hour of bereavement. Like a ship that left its mooring R 17D8 NW 52nd St., died Jan 9.
Thanks to the staff of the He had been a resident of Miami
ranker Funeral Home. May Vnd sailed bravely out to sea, r for 17 years and an employee .
f' God bless you all. So someone dear has sailed of the Jackson Hospitalas
Miss Rosetta Bethel
away
an order for 12 His
j,. Mrs. Marjorie b. Roach [fn calm serenity. .F F survivors Include his years.widow
,
,r' Mrs. Elizabeth B. Albury Mrs. M. R. ThompsonAnd gym.: ... Lois, a son, Sanford Jr., two
Mrs. Helen Family r
Slngfield
daughters Mrs.
Margaret L.
MR GEORGE M. BROWN
Grand and
great grand
Shaw and Miss
Sandra D.,
who departed this life January
r three grand children.
CARD. OF 8, 1958. Following
THANKS
local services he will be sent
It Is not death to die;
.N MEMORIAMIn I
to Ft. Gaines
Ga. for final
Mrs. Mary Reeves wishes to To leave this weary road,
thank her many friends for all And midst the brotherhood on rites.
loving memory of our dear the gifts, flowers, cards and high, The late Mr. Leonard O. Hor I
son and brother, visits during her recent illness To be at home with God. ton, beloved son of Mrs. Callle
RICHARD BULLARD May God bless you all. Mrs. Lovina Brown, wife L. Horton Wallace, 1031 NW Francis
who departed this life January Mrs. Mary Reeves 8 sons f th court, Miami, and the late . .
ti 12, 1950. 2991 NW 43rd Terrace 8 daughters-in-law Presiding Elder W. D. Hortonof
Gone, but not forgotten. Two daughters the Orlando District of the STANLEY MAJOR of 1521 ft
iviay he rest in peace. 23 grand children AME Church, died In, the Vet. NW 51th place died Jan. 5. Ser-
Alice Bullard, mother I IN MEMORIAMIn I Three greatgrand children erans Hospital, Boston Mass., vices will be held Saturday at

Three brothers and two sad but loving of Oct. 28, 1962. 3 p.m. at St. Barnabas Method.1st .
sisters our dear mother, memory 'j' IN MEMORIAMIn Mr. Horton was born Feb. 14, Church with Rev. E. A. Cul-
\ _----- 1914 in Altamonte Springs, Fla mer officiating. The body will
i IN MEMORIAM I sad but loving memory of He was converted and Joinedthe lie in repose at the chapel 6
{r our dear wife, mother, daughter church there at an early p.m. Friday. Survivors include
In sad but loving memory of and sister who departed this age, after moving to Boston, he his wife, Ercell, a daughter,
our dear son, brother and life January 15, 1962.WILLIE became a member of Grant African Maxine, a son; Franklin; five
uncle, Episcopal Church, Rev sisters, Mrs. Ellen Gray, Mrs.
I .,p jrq I Robert L. Pruitt, minister, who Mary Carroll, Mrs. Reda Mortimer -
was very faithful to him until Miss Lillian Major and
: the end.A Miss Merdls Major, three broth.ers .
s Yr s. f.r.:4': World War II veteran h William, James and Henry,
L! leaves to mourn their loss l a two uncles, Mack Mortimer and
'.' \ ' devoted sister Mrs. Mabel L. Whitfield Mortimer, a grand.
4 Dais, 84 Devon St. Dorchester, daughter, Evette McCloud.\

:. Mass; two daughters, Mrs. De-
t lores Williams, Robbins, Ill
::. and Mrs. Clarice James, a teacher DAVID JEROME BURGESS
", 1'4' .,, t. in Atlanta, Ga.; four grand four month old Mm of Mr. and
t tt e .: 'Ii children and a host of sorrowIng Mrs. David Burgess, Silver
relatives and friends. Palm and
U. S. 1 in Goulds died
t <"<' Interment, with the Chisolm Jan. 3 Graveside services were
; Funeral Home in charge, was held Jan. 0.
W made in Mount
Hope Veterans
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tT . Cemetery in Boston, Nov. 1,

t 1962. IN MEMORIAMIn 1
The U. S. flag was presentedto

_'nm.__.. $ fb his mother.
r of dear husband
memory our
r
, j + MRS. ALICE BRADSHAWwho and father,
departed this life into 4 CARD OF THANKS CHARLES E. CAREY SR.
eternity January 7, 1901. who departed this life January
We often sit and think of you Acknowledging with profound 11, 1002.i .
r and how you died. You could gratitude your many, i Bless thou the dead who die
not say good-Uye. MAE HUMES many kind expressions of sym- in thee;
CICERO HUDSON Before you closed your eyes D Lord to whom the spirits live pathy, cardsL letters, telegramsand As thou has given them releaseSo
who departed this life January the blow was. hard, the pain severe Df all the faithful passed away ,. flowers In the recent death quicken them thy face to
21, 1962. even though \ve knew. Unto this path that brightnessgive of our loved one. see
Gone, but not forgotten, and your death was near.: MRS. FLORINA F. And give them everlastingpeace.
you will never be forgotten, God gave us strength to Which shlneth to the perfect CARTWRIGHTIt .
we love you but God loves you fight it and courage to b ear day Is the giving and receiving o Lamb of God Redeemer blest
: :."' best: May you rest In peace. the blow. Only those who lost O Lamb of God redeeming blest of such acts that make life Grant them eternal light and
Minnie Lou Sellers, mother can tell the pain of parting Grant them ,eternal light and beautiful.. \ rest.
1 Josephine Woodard, sister without a farewell. rest. Cartwright and Kelly Mrs. Elizabeth Carey, wife
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CPBjAU _,, FOR SALE THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.
Classified DUPLEX SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1963 PAGE 13
700 : 4th "fit on large lot, large ,
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(j'p -
K n" Sun "vjng. room, dining: area, pri -
day 2
Si.Thii. !Is realty l a doll vate :kitchen, bath and large 'V
.... dou e.-1"otat. $9,000, .'only. ..,$300 bedroom. Call 691.5343.
down and $78 month Please read! this ANNOUNCEMENT
pays all A.
FOR RENT I Ben-Korl, nealtor264t.'1NW NO QUALIFYING. bedroom j
NORTON'S i
62nd Street. Religious Supply
Nightg'
'PL 95533. CBS in Manor Park Immacu-
Days OX9312.. .;:'J lato inside and '
: out. $500 down
E. ICAitD ..
Rental Agency : '," ", 9 and bank finance. Also lovely *has ", MOVED, to ',, '.;
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Rental collections, property' 753 W 41st; St? ftrive:'b y:(rt lf ri Same..paa 2-bedroom house terms.near Life 10th ave. "

management, real estate call me. FirstlttJme offered. 3- 4J3?.,N'V 7th Ave PL !0-4371.Realty 1038 N.W. 36th Street QMIAMI ,
620 NW 8th St. FR7-2902' bedroom CBS, large',.,.Florida{ '

FURNISHED room, utility room":Home {hi,,perfeat COMPLETELY Furnished 2- FLA., PHONE 635-7913
efficiencies, utili condition. A. Ben- Dri, bedroom CBS. Large fenced I
ties Included. $12.50 a week. Real 1; .or;2644 Nw 62nd St. Niles, yard full of fruit trees. $300 Complete church, Masonic and Eastern Star supplies I
11 5g33. '
620 NW 8th St. FR 7-2902. ;, Days OX 1-9372. down
; $71 per month and own Floyd Thomas Mercer, New Owner
.1Ii} er pays your closing costs. Life
:
s ss z., s. s oe .,.
FURNISHED or unfurnished ,17'61'NW 42nd St. Drive bV Realty. ,4932 WV7th Ave. PL
apts. In Opa-locka area. 2 then'Ca11;. me. Large 2-bedroom 9.4371* Open Sunday.
bedroom all utilities $21 2 bed CJ1S; Tenced back yard all I ROME and ROOF
room> $18 1 bedroom, $15. Call room large and very, very Income. Near
NE 40500. fndf clean j A bargain at $8,500 total. schools and buses. CBS 3-bed
Just $250 down and $74 a month room and duplex. Will sell separately CLEANING & PAINTINGQuality
Owner 1730 NW 47th St.
nays all A.
PARTLY FURNISHED 2 bed- Ben-Karl. Realtor, NE 51220.
room home In Liberty City.. 2044 NW 62nd St. NlRhts( PL Work Free Estimates
Call Julius Smith, OX 9-5533. Days. OX 1.9372.
1.6622.Jlf JOE ''EVERETT
) I
$400 DOWN $20 WEEK

FURNSHED APT. 1868 NW 2 755 NW 44th St. Open Sunday 2479 NW 57th Street 3121 N.W. 53rd Street NE 4-4087
to 5. Very large bedroom,
55th Terr. G35-DOC7,
plus garage and utility 4-bedroom CBS with Fla.
This home Is spacious and room.beau -- -T .-.T.-I.-. .-. . .-!. ,
UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom tiful inside. A bargain at $10- room, carporte. New I y
:apt.) 1980 NW 55th St. NE 000, only $300 down and in and Call
3-0008.) $83 a paint out. to see. I
month pays all Wonderful for Monroe Music House

large family A. Ben- orf, # *
3-BEDROOM; HOUSE In West Realtor 2614 62nd St.
Nights
Hollyood. 4815 SW 18th St. PL 9-5533. Days OX 1-9372. $350 DOWN $20 WEEK 1963 Commentaries and Hymnals
phone YU 3-7177. r 3-bedroom, 1 bath CBS.
CHURCH FURNITUREAND
NICE ROOM with private entrance 748 NW 44th St. Open Sunday Newly decorated. No clog
and semi private bath, 2 to 6. Total 9200. Only $350
ing costs, no qualifying. EVERYTHING FOR THE CHURCH
men\ only 4001 NW 11th Ave. Mown and $79 month pays all.
Miami., c>ee this and will it.
you buy .
Lovely yard large rooms, a 820 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone 3747565DENTISTS'
ROOM In! private home kitchen "eal home you can be proud We arrange financingalso
privilege. Phone NE 4-5744. ()f. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, 2644 ...
NW 62nd St. Nights PL 05533.
NICE ROOM, 1559 NW 62nd Days ,OX ,,19372. *
Terr. Call PL 83781. Mrs. Mob

Icy. CORNER 'bedroom CBS, tile Trio Realty OFFICESEDISON

roof, garago, awnings, spelt
NW 54th St.
NICE 2-DEDROOM home in ances, air( conditioned ,etc. In 801 CENTER DENTAL BLDG.
Opn-locka.} The Bunche Park
the heart of Manor Park at 4701
urea! Closed in fence and nice NW 10th Ave. $400 down, $70 PL 9-8372 PL 9.545
surroundings. For information month and owner pays your NE 5-8745 6130 N.W. 7th Avenue
call NA 1-6651 closing costs. Life Realty, PL

i HOUSE 3-4371. Open Sunday _.__ I NEAR 62nd STREET
j-tlEDROOM $15 week. - .._.
MU 17001. Opalocka.LOVELY IbAIOI folo7rolom O f Io Dolo a ,mAA )om7a l lo m mA + +nn
Reasonable Prices Free Estimate
FINEST SELECTION IN MIAMILOVELY
HOUSE, bedroom
one ,
PHONE NUMBER 757.2741
living room dining room, kit.
chen, tile bath. $80 month. 1489 OPEN
NW 51th St. Phone 5316107. HOMES -
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ROOM IN PRIVATE home, MALE OR FEMALE FULL OR PART TIME
727 NW 65th St. Phone PL -
7-C072. .*" LOW, LOW DOWN PAYMENTS I

NEW STORE. 18" x GO" with i
driveway and alley $100 a EZ TERMS LESS THAW RENT Jobs Open r
month. 1485 NW 51th St. Phone
53l-(n107. .

PEARL AND DAVID rooms 1364 NW 44th Street :
for rent 353 NW 9th St. Phone I

FR week.3-1021 379-5918.! Day JIB or $350 total down payment.;: Not Ic more. Just decorat : All Ages -- Free Placement

ed. $10,800 total. 2 Fla. rooms.

UNFURNISHED duplex apt. I GROCERY CHECKERS o i CASHIERS
514 per week. Free water. 2918 -0- STOCK MEN a PACKERS
NW 51st St. Phone 624-7898.

FURNISHED efficiency. Real : 1050 NW 46th StreetCBS MTI GUARANTEED
cheap, nice for someone on pen I IRlon.

j-9306. ,Near after bus G p.m.stop. Phone OX :I beauty, Fla. room, carporte, 67x110 lot. $13,500, | Training in 3 weeks. Day or evening classes

I $450 'down, $77 month. Nicest in to;n. j Thousands of MTI graduates' now working
2-DEDROOM house. Nice loca :
lion Move right in. $15 per j .. r I
NE week 43759.1700V4 NW 68th St. Call :j .p J I Easy Budget Terms-Train Now

jj j 1817 NW 47th TerraceWhat
2-DEDROOM house. Clean sur J Pay Later
Poundings, .$18 week, preferred j
bedroom den all in beautiful
a beauty. CBS ,
people, 1851 NW 1st Ct. OX
1-7904. shape. $350 down.. Beat buy in town. DON'T BE FOOLEDThere

NICE PRIVATE home with prl
vate bath, kitchen privileges in I. --o--- is only one MTI Cashiering School in Miami
Opa-locka. Call NA 1-4J115 af. GOVERNMENT AND INDUSTRY APPROVED
ter 5 p.m., 1901 NW IGGth St. 1880 NW 47th Street

Qualified Instructors . The largest Self-Service
$10 LARGE 3-bedroom unfurn It!
duplex. 13G5 NW 58th Terr. I 3'bed roomsi, $10,000 total. $500 down, $80 month training system in the U. S. -*,**

y I for 15'years. 1 year mort. ge.It JANUARY SPECIAL
$10; LARGE six room unfurn.
\ house,, 0738 NW 23rd place. 1.1 CaHhlrHng. LoHKon* Vice with your rrffiNtration' or Individual
r.-_.__ --0- IrwixoriM r $1.00 Ifrwrrvn your place In+m dlntely' .
"LOVELY HOUSE, fenced yard,
for high class small family. 1000 NW 75th Street -0MARKET -
'Convenient to everything. $22
per week. Will sell $100 down. ,
NE 5-55GG. Huge corner} hoagie, 2 baths and huge Fla. room. TRAININGINSTITUTE

1VOULD Newly decorated. $13,000 total. $400 down, $80 per
to share new
home with single woman or S month. Partly furnished. Stove and refrigerator

married couple that have own .
furniture. C91-9857 or 757-6687. ,

r COUPLE OR SINGLE to sharea .
5-room home with workinggirl I NEWS REALTY Schools Nationwide) "
In NW section. NE 40517.() ((40 Recognized

For You 7 7th Ave. at 78th St.
HELP WANTED (The Broker That Work ) Cor. N.W.
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Salesladies Wanted! Earn $30 4600 NW 7th Avenue PL 4-0655 I -
to $40 a week in your spare Phone PL 78448I
time. No experience necessary. (Open Sunday) i

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FlE55RyCH1E

JANUARY 6, 1811
Charles Sumner, advocate ofequaltiy
and Justice, was born.

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JANUARY 7, 1789
First national election in the PINDER ex
United States was held.

JANUARY 8, 1492
Petro Alonzo black navigator KEY WEJSTEltS lame for the holidays were Barbara MOd

e with Columbus 1 discovered McGrue, Rose Ahdreto ahd Mlttle LenhoH, attending sdhobi 1 fii

America, sailed from Italy, New York. They really go for the Big City, but rather be honi

!:f JANUARY 8. 1815 for Christmas . Elsie Gates Kelly and daughter are maklHg
Gen. Andrew Jackson defeated their home in California but comes the holiday they took to

3y ALBERT W. 'COOKE British at New Orleans. Florida . Sgt. Alfonso Dean, son of Red (Speedball) Dean, was
There were more than 500 free home from his German base .
i WHAT IS LOVE? How much do I love you. Let Negroes serving as soldiers in Yen! It's no place like home.: i down Coconut Grove way .
How much do I love thee? me show the way. In the even the Battle of New Orleans. w th-ere--and how! Dade County Young Demos

Let me show the way. In the ing at sunset when you come -PB- I Ass'n's installation of officers
JANUARY 9, 1811
morning, when the rooster home from work heart always and board members
my Slave revolt in Louisiana. political
crows, the sun rises, and the BETTY S.\WYEU. my nice,
heavens declare the glory of nature says I love you. I do not I fellowship, powwow and feastIs
I show my love for you. voice my love for you always, JANUARY 9, 18G1 and Pvt. Perry Mitchell, were slated for Jan. 29 at the Fiesta
but I do love you. I am yours. The Civil War began.JANUARY married Sunday Jan. 6. My

BREAKFAST DINNER mother, Howena, sister, Frances -PD-
Compare me not with the 9, 1920 (Key West correspondent) and
stunning! splendor of "day Dinner, well prepared, or not, Entertainer Sammy Davis Jr. Stephie, daughter, called en. THE 8QUA11E Circle' Sportsmen .
break," but, know that I declaremy one does many things becauseof was born. route to my west Palm Tleaeh for Club's annual ball will
love for you. I arise and love. the occasion Little Terry open its IOCS season Jan. 17 at
prepare what Is commonly called JANUARY 10, 1768 daughter I of Mr. and the Bayfront Park Audit. Invl-
breakfast This, in another WORKHow James Varick first superintendent People, Celebrated tatioris :are available. If you
sense, Is my composition of.love. much do I love you? Let of the AME Zion her]Mrs. James Peoples, (Jan. 12)) were omitted call OX 1-3242 ,
me show the way. Each morn Church, was born In Newburgh birthday today The MRS Club will :
IT'S THE LITTLE THINGS ing when I leave home to earn N.Y. Party and gifts to come Monday invites to its annual Valentine;!
Darling, little things mean a our daily bread my love for youis . Mary Lou Marshall mall-and Dance Feb. 13 at Knight Beat
lot. Artists are able to say this the force which! drives me on JANUARY 10, 1895 Edward Lee Colbert are Johnny Lomelo, King 0'Hearts
with their pictures. I love you ward. Beloved, I love you. All Tailors in New York formed ing invites to their nuptial Jan. Boss, staged his yearly
! Is it that
truly. Writers can express this my achievements result in a first labor union in America. 21. Congrats so employees holiday party Monday -
clearly in their essays. Every. song "Because of You." JANUARY 11, 1916 Diann Marshall and Lenell I night. You name it and
body loves a lover. Poets and Haiti granted independence Youngblood are planning a Johnny had it. Real fine . .
MONEY altar trek?
song writers prove this with from American occupation. February Eloise Johnson and Harold
their poems and songs, I, not The weekend is at hand. The JANUARY 12, 1809 -PD- Higgs are busy planning local
being a genius in any way, say bills are paid. We visit the gro-- Abraham Lincoln, 16th U. S. Elks Oratorical and Musical -
all these things to you in a cery store. We relax around the president: was born.JANUARY IIIAAII BKAC1I KENNEL Contest Feb. 18 at Dixie Park.
simple way . "Breakfast." house. This is love. Club opened its 89 days Of greyhound Contestants are urged to contact

FAMILY AND DUTY THINGS 12, 1890 racing last week. This the said person.

How much do I love you? Let How much do I love you? Let Dr. Mordecai Johnson, presi popular and beautiful Miami -PD-
dent emeritus of Howard University Beach spot has renovated Its
me show the way. That shirt of me show the way. As time goes
yours which you wear so neat by and the material things was born. parking facilities considerably. NORTHWESTERN Senior Hi
1 }ly pressed, Is the result of the around you multiply . the Double deck parkway eliminate School PTA will present its 6th
manifestation of my love for TV, stereo, car, house, and all "WHY WIVES a lot of unfavorable conditions.The annual musical extravaganza
you. the other things: that seem to track Is known as the trackof along with some guest artists
be ends In themselves are not stars, with 10 and 11 races Feb. 8 at the the school audit
Those clean clothes of yours ends but my way of saying STRAY"The nightly. So make your next . Up Fort Lauderdale way at
and of the children are derived "Darling I love you" evening's outing a night at the Sunrise Clover Club the Little
from duty. Yet, they surpass WIIAT IS LOVE case history of an unhappy Beach Kennel Club, you'll enjoy Willie John Show with Moke
duty. They are symbolic of my I ...."Little things mean a lot. r wife who risked wrecking it. and Poke plus C. Major Quintet
love for you. Yes one of the I'd rather you show your love her home and damaging her -1'11- will do the entertaining for 4
little things which eventually I than to just speak of It any family for the glib promises of days (Jan. 10, 11, 12 and 13)).
makes the big thing, love. day."-COUSIN, another man is told in the December YOU Laved. seen 1lIaml'8most
issue of Ladies' Home unique barber shop until
'
Journal. This personal story Is you visit Harry Smith's popular
ployed, the increase will taken from the files of one of Varsity Barber Shop on 16th TV SICK?
America's Ave. The chairs In this tonsorial
SOCIAL SECURITY most distinguished
amount to 70 cents more on marriage counselors. emporium are the first td be Have ft repaired on credit if
R each $100 of taxable earningsup This wife felt neglected and seen in these parts, not to men you live 'in Liberty City or
-gags RRRRR to the maximum of $4,800. that she and her husband tion the ultra modern styling of Brownsville.' Pay weekly. Free
no its interior . The St. Alban's estimate.
Valentine longer had
explained that the any thing in com
She became Day Nursery is holding its an. DIAL 600-3581
number of people who receive mon. a willing Listener
-[.]:7.1.1; social security benefits!=! will con to someone else who assured nual meeting Wednesday, Jan. 2636 N.W. 02nd HT.

' AII flIT I..WInI..... u.a--.r tinue to Increase year after her she deserved a bet.tre ... I
vear. The population is growIng life. But, of course, the
and at the same time so are other man was unable to get a
Ken Valentine, social security the numbers of people working divorce from his own wife. MEET AND GREET YOUR FRIENDS AT THE

district manager at Miami under social security who will In this case history, you'll
downtown district office Issueda he eligible for benefits in the find out how the marriage coun
reminder today about the future.To I sellor was able to get both husband PARROTT BAR
scheduled Increases ,, and wife headed back in
in social security cover the cost of paying the right direction before it was
tax rates beginning in i benefits to this increasing too late.
January. The new rate, for both number of people the law \f-r AND PACKAGE STORE
pro. The article titled
Wives
the worker and the employer, vides "Why
for
gradual Increases in "
will be three and five-tighth the social security tax rates. Stray, is in the December issueof "WHERE YOU GET THE BEST"
Ladles Home Journal.
percent representing an Increase The last tax raise is scheduledto
of one-half of one per go into effect January, 1068.
cent each. The self-employed The 1003 increase, along with 4368 N.W. 17th Av.nu. Phone NE 5-9133
will pay a social security tax of those which will take effect in ANDREWS JEWELERS'
C.4 percent of their net earnings 19GG and 1068, is designed to ,
EXPERT WATCH
in 1963. AND
provide ample funds for keeping CLOCK
REPAIRS
This means that the person the social security system
10 Years in Business.
who pay works fifty cents as an more employee on each will self-supporting. All work guaranteed THIS is YOUR OPPORTUNITY!

$100 of earnings up to the top 303 N.W. 2nd Ave. PREPARE FOR
taxable earnings of $4,800. The Miami Times Ads
same amount will be paid by FR 3.0152
his employer. For the self em- DON'T COST THEY PAY IVILSERVICEJobs

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Launch Membership DriveGrand Search and Rescue THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.

Exalted Ruler Hobson a future.- Exercise SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1963 PAGE 15
R Reynolds has designated IT HAS an SundayMiami
Antlered
Sunday, Jan. 13 as the official Department Guard
opening of the 10G3 Membership al hundred ?composed of sever- Senior Snuardon No. 1
Drive of the Improved) Benevolent Marching Clubs. of the Civil Air Patrol, a U. S. Ringling Brothers Circus
Protective Order of Elksof IT HASt a veterans department Air Force Auxiliary will con- ;
the World. which assists the veterans duct a practice search and res.cue a
at Miami '
The drive will begin with their widows and depen- exercise this Sunday Jan. Beach ,
13, 8
"Back to Church" dents to secure the benefits a.m. to 4 p.m. at Pa'locka
throughout the entire jurisdiction services. provided by Congress. Air Field. For the third consecutiveseason ed as a genius of the slender

attended by the members FINALY !it offers The purpose of the simulated Miami Beach Conven strand.
of the lodges and temples .of already an organization mission is to locate missing tion Hall will serve as the locale
the various localities. has survived alf besetments set up which single engine aircraft reported for Ringling Brothers and Gerard Soules catches only by
of
depressions lost somewhere in the Ever. his heels on a high swinging
Organized in 1898 the IBPOE and repressions for Barnum and Bailey Circus
of w. has become the largest nLCOTyears' and yet Keeps lando glades to on Miami.a flight from Or. world premiere Jan. 2128. trapeze. Harold Alzana cavorts
fraternal order in the world young. ? !8 in working formation Participating in this on his high wire 40 feet above
with members of all races and needs! meeting of the present day search effort will be actual The "Greatest Show on the arena and there are groupsof
its
creeds. members. CAP aircraft, 17 pilots, 35 seven ob Earth" moves Into the big teeter board and high perch
The order is based on the These and many other fraternal servers and cadets under the arena for its first 1963 outing stars.
eternal principles of reasons, command of Capt. directly from winter headquarters -
charity, are why every Royal Har-
justice, brothely and sisterly eligible person between the ber. Commander of Sqdn. 1 is at Venice, Fla. The five- The clowns are funnier than
love and fidelity.It Ages Of 18 and 60 Lt. Col. Larry I. Feldman day schedule calls for twin
should Join a 21 performances daily, both mati- ever and the big show's bevyof
believes in the fatherhoodof this organization it has a pro year veteran of CAP. Air Force nee and evening. beautiful girls will grace
God and the brotherhood oman gram of service to mankind. coordinator and advisor i is Capt. the rings in four new gay production
and exemplifies what it Detailed Stanley J. Bodner, USA FR. All three rings will sparkle numbers.
believes. Information can be with new costumes and routines -
secured from the local lodge The pul/llc is invited to wit and of music, Animal acts are back in
It is fraternal and therefore ,and temple in your area. ness themselves this exercise and acquaint clowns Plenty and beautiful force. There are Trevor Bale's
substains the sick and assists and with the functions girls.Featured mixed lions and tiger act, Hugo -
even to the grave.It Special purpose of Civil Air Patrol. on the high tight. Schmidt's mammoth elephants -
is charitable: and therefore Youth HallActivities conducted guided for all tours will be wire this year will be Manuel Charles Moroskl and his
subscribes to all movements visitors. I Santos of Spain, considered by famous liberty horses and. the
which have for their objectivesthe Ii his peers as being the most Stephenson dogs from the Em-
care of the indigent.It i graceful in his field and label- erald Isle.
is imbued with Your handwriting reveals ,
soul.
a
The
Therefore it has a social wel- Dade County Lunchroom your Iu.t, present and future -
fare hence Personnel of which Mrs. Ern days and favorable number,
mind : ATTENTION PLEASE!
p't WliUe for
i Is president' sponpd sample reading !send! two ,
IT HAS an educational department 'nr a Christmas party for the dimes to Doc aibnon.( I
Children at Youth Hall on Dec. 435 W. 8th St. I have over 35 choice IoU in exclusive location. You

IT BATTLES for civil liberties 27. Cincinnati 3, Ohio can have your home built a* low as $295 down pay

for all mankind.IT Mrs. Louise Shorter and Mrs. ment. We have a few samples ready for inspec
SURVEYS and aids the \Tnrv L. Nesbltt chaired theplanning tion. WE ALSO SELL LOTS.
treatment of the 111. ] committee, and sparedno P Call Irving Gordon MO 5.6870JACK'S
IT BELIEVES in the fraternal means in making the party
organization of youth. a highlight of the season. ,

shrine.IT IT IS. developing a national Gifts, gifts, rifts, the most A
wonderful, needful gifts, such
HAS created a career guidance N
'U1 shirts, pants skirts blouses
program for youth. underclothing] were given the WEAR
IT IS socially inclined and asa hlldren. A much needed MEN'S
moving -
result it has the finest club SERVICEWilliam
picture
houses in screen and blackout
possession of the race. curtains were given to the cot- 944 NW 2nd Avenue

IT REALIZES economy is tage. Pinder, Sr.

essential the, second great power in the Punch and cookies were Professional Exclusive Men's Wear, from the top of your head to
: elements which Piano Tuner
go to served and before the
end of
make up a life. Hence, it is most enjoyable evening donation a the tip of your toes includingHats
a -
sphere.IT bjttling; to win places in this o( $20 was given to help And! Repairer Shoes Shirts Suits Trousers Caps of
meet the needs of the
BELIEVES In proper pub- Mrs. Dorothy Portlock cottage.and 1935 N.W. 153rd St. Styles and quality at popular pricesBE
liclty and for this reason pub. taft of Youth Hall wish Opa-locka
to
llshes the Elks News to tell the thank all volunteers for a Job SURE TO COME AND SEE US

world that the Negro, race has well done._ ,. Phone MU 8-3770

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PAGE 16 SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1963 JAMES ARNOLD BUTTER- "Come unto me all; that are

. . __ ___ __L Lldl___ ______L.L1d.Ld__ ._- Albert . FIELD of, 1923 NW, 5th Court burden and I, will give you
rest." Matt. 11:25.:
HAT GOES WILLIE M. BREWER, :3022 died at Mt. SInai Hospital Jan.
,r.... I'I" NW 64th St., died Jan. 6. Funeral 4. He leaves to mourn two sons, A. great revival and'soul wIn.
Mitchell of New York and Ken ning campaign is 'now in pro*
services will be held In the neth of Miami, two daughters, press at the A. M. (Cohen Temple
Here and ThereBy chapel:: Saturday at 1 p.m. His Mrs. Joyce Tngram of DaytOjAa: Church of God In Christ, 1747
survivors Include his widow, Beach, and Mrs Ruby Mlzell, a NW 3rd Ave., Rev, Jacob Cohen,
Annette, mother, six sisters, brother, Dr. Kenneth BUttfer* pastor. This campaign Is being
LARRY BATCIILAR three brothers and a stepson.He field, of Wilson, N.C., six sisters, conducted by Dr. S. Edwards
T TTTTT TTTTTTTTTTT TTTTT TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT will! HP In repose In the chap! Mrs.. Irene Dowling of New D.D., a graduate of Trinity
\ el 3 p.m. Friday. York, and five other sisters In Hall College and Seminary
A SURPRISE VISITOR at the luncheon, held at the Everglades Bermuda. Services were held on Springfield, Ill,

Hotel on' Wednesday afternoon was the Hon. Robert King MRS. BESSIE HARRISON, Wednesday Jan. 9 at 4 p.m. The public is ihvited to heat
mother of Mrs. Alberta Lee, from Eienezer Methodist
High, mayor of Miami. It seems that the mayor had not been who resided at 2318 W. 4th Ct.. Church with Rev. Aaron 1>. Hall this dynamic minister each day
Invited because It was thought that because of his tight schedulehe Hialeah died Jan. 8. She will officiating! $ mho body was l shiP. at 12 noon, and 9 p.m.

would be unable to attend. As It turned out, although indeeda be sent to St. Petersburg for ped to Oeala for final rites ".

very busy man, the mayor tightened his heavy schedule and services

promptly) called one of the com CHAR SHELLMAN. 620 sIAIMALL of 657 SW CARD OF THANKSHaving

mittee members and asked If he ready Detroit.with She plans is for now the getting Rlnky- NW 5th Ave.. died Jan. 9. lIe Is GOth ave., died on jab 3. He
leaves to ,mourtl his Mother ana ill in the
festivities survived by his widow, Louise. been Chris
round of
could attend. Unable to remain dinks Feb. 10. begin Arrangements are incomplete 1 Mr. and Mrs. Johpniehmaf ) tian Hospital for two weeks tam
throughout the entire proceedings ning I of Harleyvllle, S. C., a pleased to say that I am
and take In the rewarding JOHN BROWN, 6579 SW 6&th sister Mrs. Louise vTurkvant now convalescing at home.
message' of Dr. Jeanne Noble, Place, South Miami!, victim of and other relatives In Harley-
the mayor gets our vote of ;::; ;;::: ::: ;;J an auto accident Jan 3, was yule The body was shipped to I 'take this method of thanking -
thanks for gracing us with his sent to Moncks Corner, S. C. the Warner Funeral Home in the very efficient physic--
Interrupted appearance. This Phil Ossofer Says . Tan 9 for services and burial. St. George, S. C.CORNELIUS ians and nurses of this institution
luncheon was the first of Its His parents, Mr. and Mrs. for the splendid service
kind held in Miami. James Brown; a sister, Loretha; HORNE of rendered.
2 brothers, James Jr., and Jitty Goulds died Jan. 1. He'leaves to
Thanks also to the untiring Two prominent clergymen his wife Fannie two My sincere thanks to my pas.
mourn ,
efforts:! of two gracious, won suggest that more taxes shouldbe tor, friends, pupils and others
Charlie and Walter three
MRS. ELIZABETH MOORE sons, ,
derful . Mrs. Gladys churches who sent beautiful
especially -
women collected from flowers
M. Panton. executive directorof segregated ones. I of 2GGG NW 49th St.. who dlpd daughters, Mrs. Margaret Lee, cards, telegrams and showedother
Jan. 1 was sent to Havana, Fla. : Mrs. Idella Brant and Mrs. Al- I
the YWCA and Mrs. Raymond heartily agree on both Issues.A acts of kindness duringmy
Jan. 10 for final rites. Mr. Lee bertha Lee. Services were held.
I
Rubin of the National becomes In that
R. president segregated church : stay hospital.
In the chapel on Tuesday Jan.
husband and Mrs. Mattie ,
Council of Jewish Wo club for
mind
In a private t
men. selected my members only. Private Graves, sister; two brothers. 8, at 2:30: p.m. with Rev. Bell Helena Sifontes

clubs have no right to be exempt officiating.MRS. 3165 NW 48th Terrace.
Dr. R. W. Puryear, president. from any tax. In fact, RICHARD KINNETRLY Jr.,
5955 SW 07th St., South Miami,
there should be a special tax BESSIE FELDER .L N.
of Florida Normal of St. Augustine also -
accident victim
returned home Wednesday -, for this type of organization, Jan. an 3 will auto be on KING of 235 NW 10th St. died JEROME CALHOUN of 140
after attending a meetingof which fosters the separation of S. C. Friday sent night to where Rldgevllle ser Jan. 0. She l leaves tb moUrn a NW .-()th St. apt. 4, infant son
the Presidents of Private mankind.As vices will bo conducted. It I husband, Henry, two sons, John of Mr. ahd Mrs. Willie Calhourt,
s
Colleges at University of Miami. for church business transactions survivors his Mr Henry and l Erie Jiles. a daughter died Jan. 6. The body was' ship
are parents,
As president of one of the for material gain, they ; and Mrs. Richard Si4 SUe Hanrta Jenkins, her ped to the Peoples Funeral
Kennedy
accredited private colleges: In should be taxed like any other three sisters and three brothers, mother, Hat nrta; & sister;, Mrs. I Home in Columbus, Ga. Jan. 9.
Florida, Dr. Puryear said he business ventures in private in Bs Helrt Jefferson, tWo brothers -
was: not at liberty to discuss the dustry. Remember, the Iteloved/ Patrick Henry Jr., Rev. S. HENRY SMITH of 433-A NW
entire nature of his two daysof Jesus said, "Render to Ceasarthe JOHN L. EDWARDS, well E. Felder and aunts and uncles. 14th St., died Jan. 8. He Is survived -
conferences. He did state things that are Caesar's, known Mlamlans of 1020 NW Services Jan. 16 at Greater by a devoted friend, Ray'
however that the conference and to God the things that are 65th St., died Jan. 7. Survivorsare Bethel AME Church with Rev.S. Banks. Services Jan. 10 with
was held with Dr. Edward T. God's", his widow, Annie Lee, two A. Cousin officiating. Rev. Emory Jackson officiating.
Graham, to discuss "the general daughters, Mesdames Mae Catherine -
Smith and ,Minnie Lee .. .
welfare of the Institution, and
The "Berlin Wall' of Atlantais
Aieacnam; mother, Ada, a brother
another was held with the trustees
the worse disgrace to o u r Burley and Mrs.
an aunt, :Rebecca
Including Atty, Henry Arrlntrton country since "Messy"-sippi. ,
Walker Services will be
chairman of the com The Judge ruled that the barrio conducted Saturday 4 p.m. at JET TV CLINICHOME
mittee on the revision of the
cade between white and colored Mt. Zion Baptist Church, Rev.
charter on the college. is not a nuisance. Well, it Edward T Graham, pastor. He
isn't as big a nuisance as t h e will be on view In the chapel SERVICE CALLS
$1.00
Loquacious Casslus; Clay is city council which ordered its from 3 p.m. Friday '
back In town rounding Into erection.Oh '. w* Day Night
shape for his Jan. 24th encounter the frustrations of our or
with Charlie Powell in Pittsburgh segregationists! They think thata ,
He brashfully! boasts that couple of boards placed ERRATUM Wo Service All Make of

he is number 2 on the most talk across a street can keep the vehicles In a recent Issue of the :Miami HI-FI's and STEREOS
ed about list and number 3 on of God's will from pas. Times on our obituary we
the heavyweight list. Being sing. They are not halting the used the wrong cut for page Lillian
outranked by Castro In the for Negro's progress. They are W. Johnson. There were two W. Also Rent

mer with only Patterson and only halting their own progress, people with the same names.) TV by the Week or Month
Johansson ahead In the latter, spiritually as well as materially. The error was discovered early I
predicted he will get rid of in the run and corrected. How
Powell In two rounds and then
ever some papers were already 907 .2nd AVENUEPhone
go after Johannsson he
so can on the street. we regret the
move up another notch. He says error,
Dugie's Guest HouseThe
he plans to continue shootingoff 4.2044
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his mouth, because he is not house of clean rooms It was "hot MRS. LILLIAN
sure whether he has become DEAN JOHNSON
famous because of his mouthor Open 24 hours NE 4-3851
his fists, Seeing is Believing !sa aaxxarararp.sarax.ar xa..r__w,: ,>M- f+-.IUMIcA-->.-- q--ri iK cKK c c t c t -c z c tKarKK C tacxat t na

Ann See us for clean rooms
Llndsey Packard has returned -

Rico and from St. Thomas San Juan in,the Puerto Vir Jamajca Dugie, always a THE All NEWHAMPTON

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