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Title: Miami Times
Uniform Title: Miami Times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: January 26, 1963
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028321
Volume ID: VID00686
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 2264129
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I Publishers in Session HereExchange -" -'t1".' ""' ",-., .,. 1 Education Expert is

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of Ideas on how to slon the publishers 'discussed ', "

Improve their newspapers Public Relations Promotion ": Forum Speaker Sunday
highlights .the annual midwinter Marketing and the value of a I
workshop of the National well-printed paper. a I -

Newspaper Publishers Associ Chuck Smith of the Florida A capacity audience seems to mentary zone supervisor, to discuss
ation now in session at the be in the offering to hear the I study that that
Hampton House Hotel. A and M University Public Information a proves
Office, described a thought .. provoking discussionthat Negro children in Dade can be.
Some 50 delegates are In at. "Case Study In Public Relations ; will be witnessed >bv: all at upgraded. '
tendance at the sessions, which ." His subject was the an- ; :. ;r the opening program',of the ,, Dr. Joe Hall,' Mrs. Jane Roberts
end Saturday. The men also nual Orange Blossom Football 30th annual Kingof Clubs and a great number of educators
will map plans for the convene Classic held in Miami in Decem- 7 Forum on Sunday, Jan. 27 at will lie in attendance.
tion in June at Detroit.Thursday's ber and its attending events. St. John Institutional Baptist Baldwin Hepburn outatand'

Dr. George W Gore, president Church. The church is located ins for his accomplishment in
program was in the 1300 block of NW 3rd
featured address E. of Florida A and M Unl. music, will be the featured solo(
by an by I. Ave. and the program will be.
Washington Rhodes, of Philadelphia verslty, who won a degree In Rln at 3:45: promptly with musicby ist.According to Otis James 1003':
the president. journalism from Depauw In .
group's the great Northwestern Senior
Forum chairman the entire'
Rhodes urged the newspapermen 1923, will be chief speaker at High School Chorus.
is scheduled to be'
to remain united and to the public meeting Friday program '
continue to fight bigotry. He night in the convention hall. He Two of Miami's' most out. completed at 5:30: p.m. More
also told the body that they will discuss journalism educa. standing civic organizations forums will follow.
should hire business, trained tlon., A plaque citing his "pio have combined their efforts to
young people or the industry neering efforts" in the field will bring this reaching pro
would not ,continue to'grow, expand be presented to Dr.. Gore following SIT-IN BRIDE PntriclaStephens gram to the public. They are
or succeed.At his speech. senior sociology ma the Adelphlan Club of which
Sessions will continue through jor at Florida A and M, who has Charles Lockhart Is presidentand
the opening workshop ses- Saturday afternoon. : the King of Clubs with
I the distinction of spending more Daniel R. Francis as president.
time in Florida jails than any Such questions as! "What effect
other equal rights advocate: became will Placement Tests have on
'Spiritual Adviser' Charged the bride of John Dorsey your child?" "Can Negroes'" educational
level be raised? "Are >yi k
I Due, Jr., on Jan. 5, 1063. Negro barriers going down?" 17 .
and numerous others will find
With Bum ChecksFather
Passing Patricia is the: daughter 01: answers during the address and
Mrs. Lottie S. Sears of 14620 question period.
Father John owed him $102
Flllmore St. Richmond Helgths
John NabbedBy back pay.Dressed. A man well qualified to deal
Due is the son of Mr. and Mrs. with such questions is Dr. Eu
to kill In a gaudy John Dorsey Due Sr., of Terra who has been in
Police robe, and preparing for a heavy Haute, Ind. lIe Is a senior law Miami for some time servingas
haul of dollars from his dupes student at FAMU. consultant to Dade County's
Harvey E. Bassett, alias "His he was arrested at the Carver Citizens Committee on Qualityof
Holiness, Father John Harvey Hotel shortly before 8 p.m. Friday Education. His accomplish.

Smith" the "World's Greatest ,' ., . ... are ments legendary In the..and educational he hasi been field
Living'Spiritual Adviser," could The '32-year-old John asked Ho 'Hum . acclaimed nationally He Is in
not match wits with the law or the arresting officers, "Why the process of making many recommendations .
"see" far. enough\ for his own didn't you wait four hours? You to the city father
so he was arrested by just beat me out of 1,500 bucks." Patterson-Liston that are certain to affect Negroes 'IiDIt
Metro detectives Friday and ac in particular, and educa-
cused of passing $164.02 in bad Ion generally. He will call on
checks, and of mall fraud. __ I Howard D. McMillan, Dade
Match Finally OK'dAl County Schools, serving: as ele EUGENE YOUNGERT / .
The lawmen found letters addressed I
to Father John's follow.
ers, asking them for $10 for a Bolan, first vice president

them"lucky that number he ,"guarantees" and telling to of Championship Sports, Inc., i Numbers Kingpin Gets Five Years I

announced this week that Son
solve whether
problem, It
be financial any home condition, ny Liston, through his advisor. Fred C. Chapman, known as ed four times in 12 years on bollta
health love." Jack Nilon had fin Dade County's kingpin"bollta charges but paid only o n o
or spokesman operator by Metro police, fine of $100 in 1051., His'convic-
Father John came to Miami .ro ally agreed to defend his heavyweight was found guilty on five counts tion on Tuesday was the result
in a 1DG3 Cadillac. His chauffeur, n championship, against Tuesday and was sentenced to of a Metro raid last April 4,
Alphonso Poche, told police that r.r! ," 1! }'xd9M3 Floyd Patterson at Miami Beach five years In Florida State Prison when police seized approximately -
")r/, by Criminal Court Judge $250,000 worth of 'numbers"
Convention Hall on April 4. Jack Falk I tickets in a house at 15825 SW
M ii Metro detectives estimatedthat .' 00th Ave. '
reduc- 'I.
w "Everything has been time Falk bond
at one Chapman was Judge set a $10,000
ed to the drawing up of contracts making $500,000 a year from for Chapman\ Tuesday until an
Ii ?; and their submission to Negroes in South Dade to the, conviction can Ito
3iiTTqt the Beach Boxing Commissionfor Assistant State Attorney Ar filed and heard
: approval" Bolan said. thur Huttoe, who prosecutedthe State Attorney Richard Ger-
I case said that Chapman's stein called the conviction and
The commission Issued a 15- operations spread from Home sentencing "one of the hardest
poInt list of requirements Mon stead to Opa-locka. blows ever struck at the bollta
At11/tNw tw bNtP,' r rrp ,i day night and Bolan said the Chapman, 30, had been arrest racket In Dade."
contracts will be drawn along
i' I those lines.

tx Liston is training in Chicago
and Patterson at Highland Hilli
s "e. r rrY N.Y. Both men are expected to
start training at Miami Beach ina
; few weeks' time. '

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Strike SettledThe

!.!, I International's
Sugar Ray Robinson the pe-
Association and shippingfirms
rental pugilist who was a
Here's ,one good reason Negro
agreed at a meeting in ,
world champion six times meets
delegates won't like attendingthe
New York on Sunday, to accept
Ralph Dupas of New Orleans
National Democratic Convention
the recommendation of Presi
Wednesday night at Miami
at Miami Beach.
Beach Convention Hall. dent Kennedy's special board to
The pictures were made at settle the more than four-week
The fantastic Sugar man has the Miami. Beach Kennel Club longshoremen strike that has
won 152, lost. 12 and had 2 where the only;pari-mutuel bet. cost more than 775 million dollars .
draws in a 166-fight career that Urn In the city as found. and put 100,000 persons out
stretches back professionally to Top panel is the greeting a of work.

Negro patron gets on entering I Cliff Baker (center) well known businessman and
1910.He Under the new agreement the
the track. The next two panels '
won 85 straight as an ama- show the signs over the segre men would get an increase of 37 I community leader, opens a substantial savings accountat
teur and 40 straight as a pro gated restrooms. And maybe you cents per hour. If tho member Dade County's newest financial Institution, Franklin
until he dropped a 10-round decision can't see it, but a chain sepa ship approve the settlement, the federal Savings and Loan Association of Miami. Acting
to Jake Lamotta. rates the seating of white and ports could get back in opera-
teller is Dunbar Elementary's popular principal Nelson
river colored patrons in the bottom tion not later than Saturday a ,
Sugar Like Ray the goes on and on. panel. .. spokesman for the union said. Adams. Sgt. J. Nash looks on. .... .,.,.....

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AFTERS YEARS Voter Discrimination i

REGISTRATIONYouth WASHINGTON The Justice > in Sunflower County, but only
Tuesday accused > 114 are registered,
Department compared
Tallah see Desegregates groups continue to be' officials In sunflower County with more than half the 8,785
extremely active In Voter Registration Miss of unlawfully discriminating .eligible whiter
work here In Miami against Negroes seekingto >
Eastland, & ftembcrat
This is the t. ig i
and are playing an effective register as voters. chairman of the seriate Judiciary .
James 0
Lynch Counters home county
part In helping to get the voting Eastland.A Committee. His home is at

age population registered to department official t said Doddsville.

TALLAHASSEE The last I Greyhound and Trailways lunch vote. the charge was,made in a suit
major Florida city to maintain I counters desegregated. Following In Liberty City, the Junior filed in federal court at Oxford NOTICEWill
lunch counter segregation i the arrest of ten ministers Democrats are continuing to a_, Miss., LuLh ___n__
and rabbis on CORE'S Inter- Named as aeienaanisCecil were
changed policy on Jan. 14, fol faith Freedom Ride the airport canvas. areas where} there .Is a C. Campbell, voting reg-- the undermentioned
lowing a 3-year CORE cam- restaurant, operated by Union concentration. of unregisteredNegroes. istrar and county circuit court persona or next of kin please
paign which Included sit-ins and News Co. closed for several Substantial gains have clerk, and the State of Missis
months but been made in these areas. sippi. write to UNITY LIFE INS.
picketing.The finally reopened on
an integrated basis. In the The federal court was askedto CO. Ltd. Box 698 Ndssau
In ,
of lunch coun- North Miami Beach, a discrimination ,
opening spring of 1062. after announce prohibit
ters at Woolworth's, Walgreen's, ment of CORE Freedom Highways proud group of youngsters has against Negroes trying to reg- Bahamas, 'as soon. as pos-
Neisner's, McCrory's and Sears project, all Howard Johnson combed Washington Park and ister as voters. sible.
Roebuck, followed a week of restaurants in Florida the results have been tremen-
testing by 2-man teams from including Tallahassee deseg like dous.experts This group In the canvasses field of just voter said The the department suit was filed spokesman only after .Emmanuel J1.o\\'ll'Mt. Ilorati,
Tallahassee CORE. This procedure re ated. Johnson, OlIve Johnson, Cecil
registration. They are to be the failure of efforts to get
has been agreed-upon in This past fall, a full-scale sit- congratulated on their fine efforts officials to voluntarily discontinue Williams Harriot ItoIIe, lanlelJolly )
the final negotiations betweenthe in campaign was started by the to help the Negro in his the allegedly discrimina )) Alexander Bonanty, William .
CORE group and manage- local CORE group. Police IHatch, Charles Ramsey
quest for equal citizenship. tory practices. ,
ment. The long-overdue policy- grudgingly maintained peace Campbell was accused of applying 11: II. Asia, Loretta Gibson, S.
change had been delayed by the inside the stores despite threats Opa Locka has a fine youth stricter qualification II. liftman, J. N. Btraclum, Anthony
adamant position of the segregationist and profane language from group also and they are to be standards of Negroes than to Campbell Susan Campbell
City Commission.The white onlookers. Finally negotiations commended for their fine workIn white persons trying to regis- Vera Taylor, Ncsbit", Nolle))) ,
first sit-In : got underway and the that area. However, many ter as voters. Simon Butler, Edw. R. Turn-
occurred at Woolworth's on February present policy change result. are still not registered and we The court was told there are quest, Eliza Wallace, Edw. N.
13, 1960. A second sitina ed. urge them to do so at once. 13,524 Negroes eligible to vote Johnson, Mary Evans.

week later resulted in ar
rests. Five of those arrested -
Patricia and Prlscllla Stephens '
John and Barabara Broxton andWilliam 'I'
Larkins, Jr. set afirstejailinsbof
becoming the
the nation-wide 1:
student sit-in movement of
1960. Rather than bailout, they 1 t.. V',
served 48 days in Leon County
Jail. The five students were 1
_ recommended by receiving the r ;.. .. 1
first CORE Gandhi Awards..

CORE suspended its picketingfor
a few months at the request -
of several local leaders,
but no change took place. So, # .
picketing and sit-ins were resumed -
First break in Talla- .
hassee's segregated eating pattern f'" .
occurred as a result of the *
Freedom Rides in the summerof
1961. Complying with the .
new ICC regulations which resulted ,
from the Rides, the ;

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Hits Florida Job Discrimination ;I
The NAACP was asked this ders continued, "we feel that !I
week to submit a sample draftof the legislature should consider I I NAMEDAMBASSADOR
legislation banning bias in the passage of laws which would Fascell Heads Brotherhood Dinner
hiring by Florida's state gov- ban state agencies from honor- ,

ernment and local agencies. ing requests based on race." Congressman Dante B. Fas- Fascell, "because our dinner is

This request was made on the Two state senators expressed cell is the general chairman for the chief means of raising financial
heels of an NAACP complaint disagreement with the NAACP TO FINLAND the 11th annual Brotherhood support for the Confer-
against the Florida Employment spokesman saying that private Dinner, sponsored by the National ence's important work of education
Service before the Hillsborough businessmen should be able to WASHINGTON Carl T. Conference of Christiansand for Brotherhood throughout
County legislative delegation. I I hire whomever they please.Mr. Rowan, former newsman now Jews, which will be heldon Florida. By this means we
serving as deputy assistant sec Monday, Feb. 25, 1963 at the can all have a direct share in
Ilobtert W. Saunders, NAACP. Saunders quickly pointedout retary of state for public affairs Fontainebleau Hotel. His appointment the stimulating process of lead-
field secretary told the delegation that the NAACP is not try- was named by President was announced by ership training among civic
that the "state is barredby ing to curtail this right, but Kennedy Saturday as U. S. am- Dr. C. Doren Tharp, Mitchell groups, inter-religious dialogues,
constitutional requirementsfrom feels hat race should not be a bassador to Finland. Sirgany and Richard F. Wolf teacher education and the development
participating In the segre factor and that "the state did Rowan, a Negro, was chosento son, cochairman of the NCCJ of concerned leaders
gated hiring practices of a pri not have the right to regulateand succeed Bernard A. Guflerat Florida Region. among the youth of our state.
vate business. curtail businesses from hirIng Helsinki. A committee of 180 businessand All of this is basic to the future
"For this reason," Mr. Saun- on the basis of race." civic leaders has been en growth and civic health of
The 37-year-old naminee, a listed to promote the annual our beloved Sunshine State.
native of Ravenscroft, Tenn., event which features the presentation The pressure of our rapidly In-
A RECORD . for ,The Minneapolis .. creasing population makes this
was a reporter of awards to three
I College Fund Raises $2,300,000 Star and Tribune beforehe outstanding citizens who have work imperative."
Joined the State Departmentin demonstrated distinguished Rep. Fascell also announced
Contributions to the United Corporation giving in 1962 1961. leadership for better human re- the appointment of William C. \I
Negro College Fund's 1962 I exceeded all previous records, He attended the University of lations."I Gaither, Miami attorney, as vice-
campaign totaled a record highof amounting to $867,679. Contributions Minnesota and worked brieflyIn am pleased to undertake chairman of the Dinner Execu
1948 for The Baltimore Afro- this "
responsible task, said Rep. tive Committee.
$2,300,003, Lawrence J. Mac- from foundations and American before returning to
Gregor, national campaign family funds reached $369,098. Minnesota to join the staff of
chairman, announced here today -
"But, as In earlier years Individuals The Star and Tribune.
and groups contribut- lIe was cited by the Minneapolis STAR MEAT MARKET
"The 1962 total tops the $2-
ed the largest percentage of the Chamber of Com-
195,821 raised last year by funds," Mr. MacGregor stated. merce as the city's "outstanding -
$10-1,182. It is the most success- of 1951." The
"They accounted for $1,062,226of young man
ful of the 19 annual, nation the 1962 total. In this cate- U. S, Junior Chamber of Com- 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
wide appeals conducted by the gory, the amounts raised and merce included him among."America's .
College Fund since it was or- contributed by UNCF alumni 10 Outstanding
ganized in 1944, he said. "
continued to rise substantiallyover Young Men of 1953.
Mr. MacGregor, retired board previous campaigns." Rowan is the only newspaperman
chairman of the Summit Trust
to have won three successive ti
Co., Summit, N. J., attributedthe Garth C. Reeves, 6740 NW annual medallions from THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE ,
new high to local campaigners 15th Ave., was the 1962 appeal
Sigma Delta Chi, the profession
chairman for the United Negro
throughout the country. .
"More than 4,000 devoted volunteers College Fund in the Miami area. al Journalism society.
worked in 150 campaign Dr. Michael Sossin, Blackstone
centers to register this fine Hotel, Miami Beach, served as Fresh Meat-Low Prices
achievement," he said. cochairman Drive Carefully!

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new battery of Peace Corps
Placement Tests will be given
throughout the nation on Sat-
urday, Jan. 26 at 8:30: a.m. SAVINGS
The tests will be held at the I i
U. S. Civil Service Commission
testing center, Room 328, Fed

eral Those Building who take in Miami.the test will '., OF 50 OR MORE! i ir
lie considered for many new i
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facilities but it has its Sore spots. bake the Sweetheart of Rose
PAGE 4 SATURDAY, JANUARY 26, 1963 integrated ,
huge Miami Beach Dog Track for Instance.. Their racial Club Elect Officers
"white" and '"colored" signs to
segregation huge Sweetheart of Rose Club
show it, has long been a dlsgUstihg! thing to Miamians and opened, for the year 1063. Meet.
visitors alike. This sort of tiling is totally out of place fora ing was held at the home of

city like Miami Beach and we wonder why the city of- Mrs. Nancy Green. The electionof

ficials have not done something about it before. Just this officers was as follows:

sort of thing could lose a big convention for you. s >p

Main Offile At O740 N.W. pith A\'Mnt"--Pbone OX 1.O421 M 1 ape t a
Wtrnnrh nt 1112 N.W. Third Ave.. Miami Florldi*-Phone PR 82230 Metro's new sheriff and safety director, F. A. Buchanan -I 5).91 M

,has issued a warning to pedestrians that they must : .,
I1. R. t RIGISMUND UKKVK8, Editor and PnbllehrrJAHTII ;
( C. RKKVKS, Managing Editor walk on the left side of the streets and highways, facmg-
Dade County's traf-
oncoming traffic in accordance with
Member of the,Associated Negro/ Press fic code.

It ..Member. ,, :.of JI .National Newspaper Publishers AssociationsunscnrpTiON Standing in roadways for soliciting rides is also prohibited :

RATES by the code. The laws are on the books, said the
ONK YEAR $.''i.on SIX MONTHS $.'1.00 -- FOREIGN '0.00 sheriff and they are going to be enforced. :

Entered us Second Class Matter, August 0, 1927, at the Post Offlc Enforcement of these laws will begin on Feb. 1.
at Miami Florida, under the act of March 8, 1870 The penalty could be a fine of $250 and 30 days in ,

MXJ11O PRESS bellereA that America oan best lead the world Quite a tough law isn't it? However enforcement
from rnrlnl and national antagonisms! when it accords to every man could be the means of saving lives.Don't ,
regardless of rare, color or creed, his hiunan and legal rights. Hating
jaywalk and obey the walk and don't walk ,
:SM mann ii
man fearing no man-the Negro Press strives to help every
the firm belief that.nil men Ate hurt as long as anyone Is held signals.A.
'1Jne-k. closer watch will be kept on drivers too.

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week the National Negro Publishers Associationis Episcopal

holding its Mid\ -Winter Workshop in :Miami with the Mesdames Clara Love, president -
; Lessie Gore, 2nd vice;
Miami Times host.
as Hold Evangelistic Crusade Mary F. Williams chaplain; El.
The association's is Rhodesof
president E. Washington nora Smith treasurer; Nancy
the Philadelphia Tribune. It's almost impossible to believe Miami and South Florida. There Greene financial secretary;
but it's true. The Episcopal will be no effort to proselytize Marie Price recording secretary;
The workshop opened on Thursday in the conferenceroom Church long known for if a person is Mary S. Williams, parliamentar
of the Hampton House. its quiet, conservative, orderly church of his choice and iscome ian.We
:More than 40 editors and publishers are worship is going to have an mitted to Christ. But to those are also glad to have withus
newspaper Evangelistic Crusade. It is to not members of any church, to Mesdames Nellie V. Good
in attendance. be called "Crusade of Faith"and the lapsed or to the discontent. man and H. Sanders, reporters
is a call for all South Florida ed, an invitation .
will be
A highlight of the will be the presentationof extended -
workshop to turn to Christ. It is for to come to church . ,
a plaque to Dr. ,George W. Gore, president of the Flor, people of all denominations and to come to Christ. Though the revitalize their
spiritual life
ida A&M University on Friday evening.' Dr. Gore has the Is to begin with a week long : purpose of the Preaching Mission and thus become better wit
in preaching mission to be held is primarily the rededica-
honor of being the first Negro journalism graduate nesses for Christ.
Jan. 27 31 at Audi
Bayfront tion of its
own people the Epis Mrs. Verneka
A. Silva
the United Strttea torium. The preacher will be Christ
copal Church invites others
The Miami Times extends a. warm welcome to brother the Rt. Rev. Ian W. A. Shevill, all denominations who of Episcopal Church is serving as
to publicity chairman for the
publishers, employees students, and others at- Bishop of North Queensland,
tending the newspaper workshop. Australia who is one of the . . . . . . . . . . . . ._ downtown. . . . .weekly. . . .papers.. . . . .
most dynamic missionary bish

May you receive information and inspiration ''that ops modern of the Anglican times. Communionin .i WYNNCHESTER HOME CALIFORNIA STYLE

will be helpful in your work.
We also hope that you will enjoy your visit and carry The Crusade in Miami is partof : MANOR PARK 4 YOU
with recollections of visit to a Diocesan wide "Month ofMissions" :
pleasant our
you many your to be held in 12 of ---o-
city the most populous centers in i
South Florida, and attendanceis
expected to exceed one quar 3-bedroom 2 bathroom, Fla. room. Will finance.
WE DISAGREE ter of a million persons. The Rt. :
Rev. James L. Duncan Suffra Low down payment no qualifying. See Sunday.
Miami's bid for the National Democratic and Republican gan Bishop of the Diocese of i

Conventions is being opposed by the National Assoc- South Florida in residence in : 4821 N.W,16th Avenue
Miami, is coordinator of the .
iation for the Advancement of Colored People on the Crusade.

grounds that Florida is a segregated state. :
The Preaching Mission herein CHESTER C. WYNNE
The Rev A. Leon Lowry of Tampa, NAACP state Miami will be like nothingever i

president 'has asked the Democratic officials in Washington seen before in South Flor "MANOR PARK'S
ida in crusade or revivaL FOREMOST BUILDER"
to decline the invitation to hold the convention at Bishop any Shevill is a colorful

Miami Beach.C. wno uses sometimes !.. . . . . . . . . . .
speaker . . . . . . . . . . . .
startling dramatic effects to cap
J. DaValt president of the Tampa branch of the I ;;= 7 ; = = =::; =:; :;: =; ; .. ':' ::
ture the imagination of his con : : : ;::: :; :: :::;; =::::;;::;
NAACP said Governor Farris Bryant has done nothing to gregation. The music is a story
curtail segregation in Florida. He points out that persons in itself. Age-old hymns will FORD REAL ESTATE SPECIALS
Ite used but there have been
traveling through Florida would be faced with insults.
set to 20th century tunes, lilt-
This could be true in some instances.It Ing and lovely but popular, if have over 300 homes to choose from in Liberty
you will! Arrangements are by City Manor Park and Opa-Iocka.
is well known that our governor is not an integra- Geoffrey Beaumont and the financing. We arrange all

gationist.If 20th Century Light Music

our state capital or some other of our central Flor Group in England and Episco- 1-774 NW' 70th St $100 down $25 week
choirs the '
pal through Miami
ida cities were bidding for the Democratic convention we area have been practicing them S-bed"oom CBS home: Urge living room, dining
would be in accord with President Lowry and DaValt in for weeks to form for the Cru room Rent with option to buy2

not wanting the convention in Florida.It sade services a massed choir of I _2727 NW 59th Street $25 week
hundreds of voices. -bedroom
is not news that Florida, like other southern states be fixed pCBS home. Large lot This house will))
TV, radio, billboards, newspapers '
and also some northern ones, have segregation, but in car stickers are already' : 3-1134 NW 60th Street
Florida there is Miami standing in a class by herself. or will soon be heralding the I 2 bedroom CBS home. $450 down
When it comes to a matter of integration she must be num- coming Crusade. Never has this : Florida room and carport.

bered among the most liberal cities in the nation. We are Church deliberately set out be
fore to use every possible mass 5 of
not claiming perfection, there are still many troubles. to medium. Hundreds of volunteers : I 2%acres land. $KOO down $10 month
acre of land
iron out. are already at work distributing > $1.00 down $7.00 month
posters, bumper strips. I I l / acres of land $10 down $5.00 month
b We feel that Gov. Bryant erred when he took a lily laying the groundwork for II I

white committee to Washington to meet with the Democratic transportation, planning "Let's : We have a large
} Go Together" suppers. And yet selection of duplexes and other
site committee. The exclusion of Negroes from important :
L it is all being done prayerfully. income '
4 property
I committees is a long and accepted practice in I Episcopalians are praying daily

Florida, but it does not set well with national organiza- In their homes for God's blessing Brand new 3 and
tions with integrated memberships. Even! Gov. Bryant on the Crusade and pray- 4 bedroom homes in Gould
ers are being said at Holy Communion : $200 down
should have known that the Kennedy administrationwould
I Brand
services in the parishes. new 3-bedroom homes
shy away from anything that smells of segregationin Why are Episcopalians sud $500 dbwnAPARTMENTS in Liberty City
an important matter-like choosing the site for the Democratic denly embarking on the broad
National Convention. est evangelistic campaign ever ,
j attempted In the United States? I

Leavinn Negroes off the committee was not done by Bishop Louttlt is its Inspiration : I 1320 NW 60th FOR RENT
and his reason the I St 2-bedrooma _
$20 week
accident. We hear that the issue and of all
came up, discovery that 40 out of every : 780 NW 55th Street l.bedroom _
people, a top Miami Beach official was responsible for 100 persons moving into South I $15 week
killing off the idea. Florida have no religion at an.I I
and a good percentage of the : We are open every nite til 8
r However Miami Beach, in our opinion is an ideal remaining 60 do not attend We are open Saturday and'! p.m.
site for the convenion. church even If they claim at. : Sundays

Many conventions have been held at the Beach. iliatlon. The purpose of the !

Among them the National Education Association, the Gen- Preaching and reconsecration Missions is the of renewal Its- I Ford Realty Inc.

eral) Convention of the Episcopal Church, the American own people so that they -cano '

I Federation of Labor. These were integrated and people out and win these people 1 569 N.W. 54th

came from all over the country. As far as we know littleif ChThe, to.1. Street PL 7-2559

any interracial misunderstanding; took place.. Crusade. Jan. 27 31. J :: .
We are hoping the Democratic officials will decideto will be followed in February' Got --- - f p *-> N i > N >

come to Miami. It will mean much to our city. byoperation which Episcopalians Doorbell will ,"ring In I I a Spare Room you want to Rent?
': Miami Beach is possibly the best city in the South for the doorbell of every person in | Try A Miami Times Clarified Ad

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,",' rus Club, an affiliate of the Pages . JAMES and the for-", Whipple Feb. 6; Michael J.
( : ., Council of Jewish Women Mrs. mer BETTY SANDS. Congratulations Crawford, Valencia Farrington, I
l uld. \ .' LEMMIE MITCHELL held Feb. 71! MacDonald Foster Wal- ,
forth. She chose as her subject ter Edwards, Cecil "The" Harris ,
'''\' "Progress of The Negro In The ,, .NC'S. ... I ," .Kathleen McDonald, Rob
Tfces.-s > Last 100 Years." Mrs. Mitchellis 1V h'I)1)[ ,...'{VitGoutr fan. ert Burke, Moses L. Perry; I 1
ho \; i2';/ a' part of the Miami North- fare. the weddings"" of Miss MaxiefStp.1( 1 E. John,
western's faculty and a parti- ALICE KAHL,,'> former person. son ''CdrtlA;J'' Elizabeth Good I '
"., ;; cipating member of the American ,nel director of the BLP and man,-Fet. 9. '," ':" I ,1
7' Y Association of University Mrs MAJORIE II i irTHOUGHT i
-1"4. + 4, a t Women' . Attending the are scheduled to,take place at I .
. AAUW meeting Saturday at an early date. Best' WIshes |for FOR TilE WEEK x

Jordan Marsh were members years of happiness. ., Ideals are like stars, you willHot'
1JUTJf N. POLITESCRAI'IiOOK Caretha Bawl, Nellie Roberts ''succeed' In- touching them
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,erts, Dorothy McKellar Hazel WEDDING the desert
seafaring, man on
GEMS. Go placidly of teen-aged boys to serve as Simmons Melba James, Gussie Greetings to Mr.,and Mrs. Wil . following them
amid the noise the waters you
and lookouts, messengers and order Dobbs, Naomi Grant, .Thena lIam McJenzie..Jr.F.b..1\ "' "win! rtat"yobr destlny.--Carl
haste and remember what
: lies. They him defend :
helped Crowder and daughter Evadney $ hurz.. -
there be In silence.
peace may the town during the months Jacobs Graham II .1
Dorothy Mary ,
As far as possible, without surrender that his 1,200 men, weakened Davis and Portia Sands. IT IS HAPPY, BIRTHDAYTIME
tt. on good terms with 'by famine and sickness, withstood for Juanita Stirrup -Re.
all persons. Speak your truth the, enemy until help ar nee'A.' McCta ; 'Charles W.'' ANDREWS ,JEWELERS

quietly and clearly and listento rived. It Is 'Founders' Day Celebra- Paige Jessie Phillips, Feb. 1;
others even to the dull and Blanche Johnson, George W. KXFIiltT WATCH AND
the Ignorant, they too have j The fighting over Baden- tion time for a goodly numberof Holland, Feb. 2; Gary Townsel. CLOCK In I'J\lnS
National Sororities. Members
their story. Avoid loud and aggressive Powell returned to England, a Sandra Williams, Anna Dell 40 Yea ra in IhlSlliCHIi
the local of
persons; they are vexation Major-general and a hero. Impressed of chapter Johnson, Walter R. McDaniels,
to the spirit. If you com I with the ability of the zeta Phi Beta Sorority Journeyed Cortel Owens, Feb 3; Lona Cul- All work guaranteed I

pare yourself with others you youth in his African corps, he to West Palm Beach Jan. 20,. mer, Ames Coker, Feb.. *4; ',', 'tt
may become bitter or vain, for decided to continue to prepare to participate in their forty- Emma C. Wells, Ova Killen 303 NW.: 2nd Ave. t
always there will be greater and boys in peacetime for serviceto third observance with chaptersfrom Harry A. Smith Jr.. Feb. 4; Wil- '
lesser than the and foundedthe Ft. Lauderdale, and Fort bert FR 3.0152
persons yourself. community, King, George W. Kershaw
Enjoy your achievements as Boy Scouts in 1908. Pierce. The groups: attendedthe

well a ested in your own career, how- Today boys from 8 to 18, or Church and enjoyed the sermon -
ver humble; it is a real posses more free nations throughout I "Ottlns Out of The Dumps", .j
sion in the changing fortunesof she world are united under the which was delivered by the [
time. Exercise caution in same Boy Scout oath and principles pastor, Rev. A. E. Isaacs. Music

your business affairs, for the HONOR, KINDNESS, was furnished by the number ,
world is full of trickery. But COURTESY and FRIENDLINESS two choir reminded Miamians J
that have the of the choirs at St. John Baptist
let this not blind you to what shaped -
character and lives of Church In our own city.
boys ever
virtue there is persons
; many
strive for high Ideals, and everywhere since.In Attending the close dinner the observance held at West and Of all the
life is full of heroism
a letter written shortly before ward Junior High School were
lie yourself. Especially do not his death in 1911, Baden- Mmes. Marion Shannan
feign affection. Neither be cynical !I Powell, Chief Scout of the regional director, Juanita Englishmenwho !
about love for in the face
; I World, said: . "I believe God Pinckney, president; Bernice
of all aridity and disenchantment
,I I put us in this Jolly world to Johnson Verneka Dames, Inez
it Take is as kindly perennial the counsel as the i I,I oe happy and enjoy life. Happiness Foster, h Hannah Edwards, Mar drink gin.
grass. .
surrend uoesn't come from being guerite Adams, Lois Forbes
of the years, gracefully rich,. nor merely from Lfolnguccessiul I I Members of Zeta Amicae attending
ering the things of youth. Nurture
; in career, nor Mmes.
your were Maydell how
I in strength sudden of misfortune.spirit to shield But by self-indulgence. One step towards II I Braynon, president; Dorothy many
you i r
happiness is to make Baker, Mattie McPhaul, and
I E do not distress yourself with yourself Healthy and Strong Mary Lou Brown . So BarR'to drink Gordon' ?
dark imagining) Many fears
I while you are a boy, so that learn that CHARLIE DAVIE,
born loneli!
of and
are you can be useful, and enjoy J. A. SUMMONS Mrs. MATTIE
wholesome discipline
ness. Beyond a life when you' are a man." REED, DOROTHY MAXWELLare
be with .
f gentle your. ill. Miss ETHEL GRICE is
, self. You are a child of the unto! I jI
" up and out again after being at

and verse the no stars less; you than have the a rightto trees (.C.NOTES.M.) Smith With, still the EDNA helmas 'home one week. Mast of them.And It's been that way for

be here. And whether or not president, the Gardenia n.To be blunt about Gordon'
it is clear to you, no doubt the Circle is continuing to make That debonair "man about the
.Is England's biggest selling It I Is
universe is unfolding as it community headlines with their South and North," GEORGE: gin-as

should. Therefore be at peace projects The Class of Under RINGOLD is back In these parts America's and the world's.WhyProbablybecausewe.
with God. And whatever your Brownsville for .
Achievers at the winter . Welcome
labors and aspirations, !in the in back . ) "
Jr. High School; Families Ran into the most intrestlng -
noisy confusion of life, keep Distress; Aid and Cheer to Senior Rev J, C. AUSTIN have always refused to ,

sham peace In your soul.and With broken all its Citizens{ ; and Shut-Ins at retired pastor of Pilgrim flap I tamper with a good thing.
ocal and State Hospitals. Mrs tist Church in Chicago He. is I
Cordon's still harks back
dreams, it is still a beautifulw here mid to
entertained tne
SADIE BEACOM : for -wlnter confer
o r 1 d. BE CHEERFUL!
the club at their first meeting ence of newspaper publishers Alexander Gordon's original
STRIVE TO BE HAPPY! jf their fiscal year. Mrs. STEL . Will tell more about this formula-conceived In

LA KEMP, who lives at 3504 gentleman of a new carreer and
NW Gth St. will host the club at tacts about other publishersnext London 193 )'tulaSO-IO ,

A nOQUET of Hibiscuses its next meeting . Mrs. RUBY week . The annual Its distinctive dryness and
and Congratulations to Miss MA- l.. SCOTT, acting librarian at music clinic attracts those who
JORIE CONROY for a JoU well Miami Northwestern, was eloquent are profundly interested in the flavour remain unchangedand D
'. done in Jr. Red Cross for 10% and soul stirring in the development of their aFtgre a. unchallenged to this LOHDOHDRTd
,.... years. She is retiring as of Jan. role of guest speaker last Sun. tions. Again this year the Ask for Cordon's
uary 31. Good luck and God day at the Sweetfield Baptist music clinic sponsored t/y/ the 1 day. by JL

,Bless YOU. Church in Coconut Grove. The l'la. State Music Educators Association name at your favourite

WOMAN'S DAY audience and and 'AMU provided; tavern,-and package store
t committee were stimulated to such opportunities. Attending
ANNUAiBOY SCOUT WEEK. render: greater service as Mrs. the clinic were many from
begins Feb. G which brings to Ruby Scott discussed the "The Dado County. Among those
mind how this character building Christian Woman's Challenge were Mrs. Pauline Dunn, David
of To- Paschal and jmui IONOON in m m*wiu smui oismui nou OUULM rtoor.
movement had its begin. 10 Serve in The Society Arthur Evans.
ning. During the selge of Mafe- day". ooN iarciscauLuNKta.anaooctaILL

king in the Boer War in 1900,
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Wills Named

Rattlers vs. Tigers in Cage Tilt BROWARD COUNTY Athlete of the Year : t

DAYTONA BEACII Be- are sending female contestants :
thune-Cookman College will be from the senior class to compete ROCESTER, N.Y. Maury Wills became the seventh
host to the Florida A and M In the tilt of the Maroon NEWSy Wills romped off with another baseball player in 13 years to i. f
Rattlers In their annual con- and Gold. Each contestant will major trophy Monday night win the Hickok trophy.
ference game In Moore Gymnasium be dressed In sportswear. The ::
Wednesday, Feb. 6 at 8 contestants will not be Judgedon the S. Rae Hickok Professional The Dodger shortstop received -
p.m. The Wildcats are ,riding beauty alone, ,however, they -WALTER BOWB Athlete of the Year award. 56 first place votes from a "I;,
high with a record of 9 wins have maintained a C average.A r The slight mercury footed Los national panel of 154 sports .
and 4 loses, the Rattlers havea
record of ten wins and no $300 scholarship will be Tommy Jackson bowled the Angeles Dodger was named the writers and sportcasters and a
losses. awarded to Miss Hilt of the highest set in the Freeway :winner and presented the $10- total of 231 points. .
Maroon and Gold, the runner Handicap League Thursday, Jan. 000 gold buckled, jeweled liftat
Dr. Richard V. Moore, president up will receive a $200 scholar. 10. He bowled a 615. His high the Rochester Press Radio I Wills topped Arnie Palmer, -
of Bethune-Cookman announced ship and the third place winner game was 248. His brother, Art Club's annual charity dinner the 1962 Masters and British
'that 12 high schools will receive a $100 scholarship. Jackson, bowled a 207 to win Open golf champion and 1961
Bowe's BarberShop Wills, 5-7. 157, stole a record winner of the Pro trophy by I
two from
---- games. 104 bases last year. That's one 51 points. Palmer received 41
of the major reasons why he first place votes and 180 points.
North:Dade 'Bunche ParkRecreation I was named the National Jimmy Taylor, the Jarring
out and see your favor- Leagues Most Valuable Player, Green Bay fullback and Playerof
Recreation CenterAt News Ite team bowl every Thursday The Associated Press Athleteof the Year in the National '
night at Bunche Lane in Opa the Year and now the Pro Football League, was third with ,/
the center it's Athlete of the Year. 12 firsts and 00 points. \
Locka. .
again this'week that's going ina There was ,an oversight In r
big way. In the adult league last week's recreational news. A
the Vikings and the Knightsare These
still leading with a 2-0 win Harold Mitchell has been one Freeway are Handicap the teams in League the: ATTENTION, PLEASE!II

record. The' results in last of the moving figures of the Hines Public Relations, Dino
weeks' games are: Knights over Construction, Blanford Cleaners have over 35 choice lots in exclusive location. You
success enjoyed all
by partici-
North the Vikings Dade ,by Boosters a forfeit over and the the pants In the Junior High leagueof Clover Leaf Sports ShopBowe's can have your home built a.a low as $295 down pay- t

Jets 60-50,'Monroe Rivers of the basketball games. The boys Park Barber Shoe Shop Shine Parlor.andBunche ment. We have a few samples ready for inspec-t
Jets was high point man with will have a basketball free tion. WE ALSO SELL,LOTS.
22 points.In throw contest on Feb. (9 at 9 Call Irving Gordon MO 5-6870 ,
:a.m. Very shortly thereafter I
the teenagers league David Wood of New York
Rams are leading with a 2-0 there will be'a countywide ping I City, formerly of Liberty City ,
pong tournament for and
record. In Monday night's boys Ranches
was up way
the Eagles defeated the girls In 5th and 6th grades.
games last week to see Mr. and Mrs.
Hawks 30-29. Bose Hivan was Walter Rowe lie was here visit- !
high man with 11 points and Preparations are being made Ing his mother at 18th Ave. and
the Rams defeated the ,Boa now to have a playground tournament 62nd Terr. JET TV CLINIC
Constrictors 63-34 with ,.Tames in ping pong. The win-
Jordan making 22 points. In the ners of the boys and girls will
Junior Boys league 8-1 home- represent Bunche Park In the The CWH Chamber of Com HOME SERVICE CALLS
room defeated 9-5 by a scoreof: ;ounty-wide tournament. merce will meet Monday, Jan. $1.00
28-27. Robert Johnson was high 28. at 8 p.m. All members are
man with 11 points and 8-6 Mention must be made of the asked to be present. Day or NightWe
homeroom defeated 8-5 by ,a two female physical education
teachers who work with and Service All Makes of
score of 396. S. Holmes w a, s us,
high man with 18 points. whose help Is greatly app eclat- The Good Intention Woman's HI FI's and STEREOSWe
ed. They, are' Mrs. Dorothy Lee Club will sponsor a fellowshiphour -
and Mrs Gladys Reddick. Sunday, Jan. 27, 3 p.m. at
"BRAINS OR the Carver Ranches Recreation Also,Rent
Our first
and second grade Center SW 48th Ave. and 21st
BROOM" program is really tops. Each day St. The, public is invited. MissM. TV by the week or Month .
we have more new faces and
Choice will be guest speaker
Housewives have been 'over- I they seem to enjoy the pro- and the Sllvertone Gospel
sold on the Idea that their placeIs gram thoroughly. To those who Singers and visiting groups will 907 .2nd AVENUEPhone
In the home ''declares Betty are, not in our program please render music. Glover Parks is I
Frieden in the Winter issue of come out and ,participate in our the director.
Ladies' Home Journal. activity so that we may boast FR 4.2044 If'
For fifteen years and longer of. the best, recreation center in
she writes, there has been an i Dade County. The ,public shouldbe The funds raised will be us-
attempt in America to get women .made aware that the staffat ed to clear the title of the .- 1-1-1-1 1i.i- -*-*.-'
back in the home by glori- Jlunche,Park as well as other club's lot, which is $93.85 bla- -
fying feminine fulfillment. areas attend an inservice train ance.
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and mother as from 9 until 12. To keep abreast I
and Justification of woman's, with all current training recreation Miami Times Ada yonn FIUBNDLY COMPANY"MODERN \
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This provocative article appears Father Mother and all Children
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i "Kansas City- Fat" Wins Parole I Code Meeting WednesdayThe on Housing r 1P ;l \ lIB.-CITY i

George O Jones, 58, said in ed for parole if there was a job 'J
I Okmulgee, Okla., Wednesday, "I waiting for him. Urban Renewal
I I of the Board of County Com- i
feel that fine the, state after Pardon receiving and news Pa- Jones The a 30-day parole leave board to granted take a missioners will hold a preliminary discuss* DRIVEIN THEATRE

role Board had recommendedhim Job at Dan Bird Junior's Laun- public meeting to proposed ox 7959 22nd Ave and 69th St, =
for parole from a life sen leave extended the provisions of the NOW PLAYING
The until
tence for a 15-cent holdup. dry.Gov Henry Bellmon acted on Minimum Housing Code for. .....- --'", <---- -' \____-- i

, given Jones life was sentences one of several in Tulsa men the Jones recon, !who mendation.was called "Kan Dade mision County of consideration.The a final prior draft to. the for preparation Com- OS!! SIDNEY POITIER BOBBY DARIN =

rash of robberies
during a In ,
will be held
his hearing
sas City Fat" during prison
1934. He was "taken out of society"
for 28 years and never years, said he had received the Dade County Public Health J
about 4,000 letters since his release Department Auditorium, 1350
had visitor letter in that RiMED
time.a or a , and.that he has already N\ lath St., from 9 a.m. to 5pm. M
Wednesday, Jan. 30. We
spent about $25 in stamp moneyto ,
Nolpn Bullock, a reporter of ansyer' them. welcome your attendance at i
The Tulsa Tribune, told Jones' the hearing and your commentson 1fl1a
story last Dec. 20, and the Associated the proposed code.
Press gave it worldwide Mass Car WashThe I l lf
circulation. Bullock said
that Jones could be recommendMrs. Esquires of Miami will Major HarrisTo
hold a mass car wash on Fri. INRMU f i
day, Jan. 25. This project Is
ponsored t/y the Carver Branch GermanyMajor ,
of the YMCA. All proceeds will + S I'f
go to the March of Dimes and Susan F. Harris chief H
other charitable Aeromedical Evacuation '... R
organizations. nurse ..
Airforce Reserve .,i
Interested persons should bring Squardon, U. S A
their cars by these locations has been assigned for Advanced ..
during the hours of 12 and 2p.m. training In Germany. s ponkrgtrt 2
.: Major Harris, who was gradu .X001 M
1205 NW 71st Street. ated from Brooks Aero Space Clb10xi. r rutfarg +
1411 NW 71st Street. Medical Center, Brooks Air tI
And Miami Northwestern Force Base, Texas, last Feburary '
High School Auto Mechanic ary will return to her office on II sms rM&L
Shop. Feb. 4. II __ II bactlllD
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Lillian M. Harris, 1914 I
NY Cth Ave., requests the honor -
of your presence at the mar- FABULOUS STYLING
riage of her daughter, Geneva, REAL: FLORIDA LIVING
to Robert E. Washington on ; a
Sunday the 17th of February PRICED TO YOUR PLEASURE snown at / and lU:iUa3a1r "
half o'clock in the ,> >+ ririfx>a )t o********'*'***)Ab_fr o alak?>ammDafaahlaDa>V3 M
past seven (Small down payment) i
evening at the Mt. Zion Baptist -NEXT ATTRACTION 2 2y
Church Miami. Drive by today then call us R.tI1CMNt

Mrs.' Harrison particularly extends -
this open invitation to her 1835 NW 48th Street
many friends, the citizenry and w 1
acpuaintances because of the (3-bedroom Priced $14,900) w prtwnttWE
impossibility of sending an invitation
to each of you Indivi 737 NW 77th Street qAIViE
dually. All of have been
you so "
kind to our family over the (3-bedroom Priced $15,900)"We )
years. will also build on your lot" .
Our family feels a sense of
profound gratitude and there (wmmMNRlCEmlQRR.....PATHECOLOR a
fore welcomes the of ioroKARLOFF
presence FENSTER REALTY ; "
each and every person in the
community to share in this
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you whose names are not knownto -
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Class of '53 I Musician Benefit ,FAMU Playmakers : THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.

There will be a meeting of the ,.... ... ,. ..
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Washington School '"'' q '
High "
at the c" .11'
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school Monday night, Feb. 4 at / \ Feb. 18 I'' 't
8 o'clock. All members are ask ; cultural exchange program ta makers will carry "Showtime," be present and to inform ,., ."1 TALLAHASSEE 'w. The famed 10 countries in.Africa, tinder a variety show composed of i 4
others. Business of vital Impor ,, Florida A&Mi) University,the auspices of 1he, U; :S. State skits; musical l numbers and
tance. Playmakers,, will be barnstorm Department and managed by
t ,;it dancing.) J'' ; ;,
<' ing abroad for the second time the American1 NaUortnl'Theatrennd
"" U1i," .::,.",. 'I'I' in half a decade when they Academy.. Tile, present tour Tho projected trip will''carrythem
carry "Simply Heavenly" ,by will be sponsored by the usa
and the American to army Installations in
jp Langston Hughes, under the Educational
A '.... direction of Dr. -S. Randolph Theatre Association, both funct Great Britain France* Germany
Edmonds, to Europe on February iontng'for the U S. Departmentof and Italy. More assignmentsmay
'.t-I1'" 18. Defense. be added during the tour.
r JAMES CLYDE The first tour, in',1058, ,was'"a The tour will last for seven The invitation for this tour wasa
. Clyde Klllens weeks and the Playmakers will result of the tremendous success -
'4 manager of the perform for',the military,person- of the Playmakers' African
Knight Beat Club at the Sir ... .- nolfiu, Europe? Thestudents: are
John Hotel is sponsoring a Duplex" quite busy 'now with rehearsalsand tour.ST.
J' benefit All Star Show and I' .other. preparations for. the JAMES BAPTIST

Dance for James Williams, one LIVE RENT FREE excitjng Siinpl5f trip.. \ Hev. J. L. Johnson, pastor
:: r1Ien4edly-a'c'bmedy'
:of his musicians' who wad 'hospitaliiied Call to see, real I, good'in.. with music and the main at. The Missionary\ Society, Mrs.
M. Johnson will
R pVny ; 59baFSk a art'attack vestent. f traction of the: tour was
over a month at Jackson sug sponsor a musical program at
gested the
tour by the Overseas
j -
the Church at 3
Hospital. James is the father Sunday p.m.
Touring Committee of
of The public is cordially invited.
nine children of school
age, AJ< TA. It enjoyed ,
a most
ar successful
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and resides at 658) NW 13th St. $350 DOWN $20 WEEK' run
on Broadway and
2Vi He's years worked starting with Clyde with' the for bedroom, 1 bath CBS. abroad. In addition, the Pla.._ Drive Carefully! '. t

Dizzy Jones hand and now Newly decorated. No clos-
with Frank DuBoise. James IsIn ing costs, no qualifying
all around musician. FOR RENT

erne .' The_ benefit is Wednesday. M .
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"Peg" Johnson Jan. so from 8 p.m. until, at the We arrange financingalso ,
Knight Beat. Donation, advance Furnished duplex apartment
Dies At 48 $1.00, at the door $1.25. Committee I !
: Frank DuBoise and
Stafford "Peg" Johnson, wide .
Dobby Marshall; chairman Jimmy
ly known Miamlan, died unexpectedly I Reeves and MANOR PARK
sponsor, Clyde
Trio Realty .
early Jan. 22 at his Killens. -- f "
home In Fifth Ave. as a resultof 801 NW 54th St.
ford an was attack 48. of asthma. Staf Phone 69 -1331 or 621-7653

Johnson was born In the Bahamas Miami Times Ads PL 9.8372 PL 9-5451
and came to Miami In NE 5.8745
1922. For 20 years he served DON'T COST THEY PAY
as! sexton at St. Agnes Episcopal l'J.Jr.Jr L Lir.Llr.u.u..TP1r.JT.1f': r JtiI.JI"/JJI.Jl4.zJI-I..4.4 .u.u-.z+ >t a' 1 Church where he was also
warden of the Acolyte Guild, I ) 17 Smash Party Records
which had an enrollment of 50 ,

boys.Services. will be held Saturday Old Indian Hair BeautyTHIS

Jan. 26 at 10:15 a.m. with
body will lie In reposeIn
the chapel of the church 7 WONDERS FOR YOUR HAIR AND SCALP.It r
am. Saturday.Johnson .
Is survived by a stops breakage, strengthens
brother, Leonard. Redd

the hair, adds' body, q
helps hair styles to last
sedan, air condition and heated. longer, helps remove dan ,
Push button windows, radio, 5 FoxxComedian
new tires. Car is in perfect con druff. This hair conditioner.
dition. Price $400. 3450 NW 95th ,
St. OX 17589. must do all Chief Tar say

back. Get it '
or your money
ROOM furnished. 1986 NW 57th
St. Homelike atmosphere. Reliable Hair Goods Store

FURNISHED APT. with yard 6261 N.W. 7th Avenue 3 nights only
and porch. Reasonable. Call OX
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Coming January 31. . Four Days Only
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STAR Donation Advance $lJOO Doors $1.25
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PAGE 10 SATURDAY, JANUARY 26, 1963 Pun Phun

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IN AND AROUND THE BAHAMAS has I see installed-where 8 Southern million tele Bell

t!! _ fiI: phones. Golly! That's one firm
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---- that prospers by being In the '
D. S. P. Gerald Bartlett left 3, and carried them to their hands of the receivers. c' er

on Jan. 3, for Brams Hill, homeland. They were charged There are few places in our (
Hampshire, England, where he with entering the colony illegi- shrinking world where the

(will fleers"take course.a six-month Police A."Junior-S. P. ally.. doesn't name Alexander have a familiar Graham ring.Bell S ...........,......'.....-...-.-.....-........---.
Courtney Strachan will be act- By ALBERT W. COOKE
When our two "gals" were
ing head of the Central Station Phillip A. Rahming, a studentat living at home we didn't havea TIME
during Bartlett's absence.: Calabar College, Kingston, telephone . it was a fellow- Time is the stuff that life is JOB PAYSalary
Jamaica, was a representative : for a particular Job is
phone. made of. When work
at the Latin American regional' you you a combination of several things(1)
Members of the Progressive conference of the Student We knew for whom the bell are selling a commodity. You -( ) how much the job can afford .
excluded "all tolled. Every time we answered are selling your time. how much the
Liberal Party were Christian Movement held in to pay; ((2))
the way" from the 1963 list of Mexico City, Dec. 516. He at- its ring, we were told.I EXPERIENCE job is worth; ((3)) and how much
Boards and Committees named tended with the Jamaica dele- missed the Auto Show Experience Is a method of in- will a person work for.
by the Governor. Last year a gation which was led by the but I heard the new cars were creasing efficiency As longas MAN
goodly number of PLP mem Rev. Horace O. Russell, secre- running smoother this year. one avoids making the same
bers were appointed to these tary of the organization in Ja I'll bet they still haven't eliminated mistakes. :Man Is engaged In a continuous
agencies, and some of the men maica. the Jerk behind the learning process. Man is
had served before the Introduc wheel, though. EDUCATION the summation of what he
of the The This is Mr. Rahming's second learns and experiences, a pro.
tion party system.
There Is a simple to Improve
PLP had a setback In the re year at the college. He spent Some people drive like timeis way duct of the past and present
education. It would not
cent election and the victors the New Year's holiday with running' out, and it does for the result of heredity and
make sense for a big businessman
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ar- them. environment.
to have no pity for them.
seem thur H. Rahming of Fox Hill. This year let's resolve to drive to be his own secretary.
safely. We don't want to keep I Likewise education can be improved -
by hiring people other
up 1962's killing pace.
Two houses were completely than teachers to check ATTENTION PLEASE
destroyed by fire early New Moses Woodside, 65, a nativeof It's better) to tarry a little and do other clerical work.papers
Years morning. One was own Mastic Point, Andros, died while on the highway than tar- Alonza Kelly, builder of Liberty -
ed by Daniel Dames, on Kemp at his home in Hutchinson St., ry in a seme-tery forever. RAISE City, is now an agent with
Road, and the other by Her Nassau, on Jan. 1. He is sur- I've been reading up on Yoga I There are three by PARKVIEW Construction Co.,
man Davis, In Whites' Additionalso vived by his wife, Doris; two exercises. Yoga . that's the which deserve ways raiseon
Era and Violet Wood- one can a Florida's. largest builder of
on Kemp Road. sisters twist without music. I '
side of Stafford Creek, An- any job ((1)) work harder; homes on customers lot. . .
dros four sons, Harold, Abra- Yoga is beneficial for news- ((2)) work longer ((3)) and be
; .Parkview will build fromyour
Charles Wellington Carroll, 37 ham, Emile and Joseph; three papermen. It stimulates circulation -. more efficient. These three
was charged before MagistrateJohn daughters, Mildred woodslde, I and smooths out head things justify a raise. plans or one of their 28
Bailey on Dec. 31, with Theresa Poi tier, and Zelma] lines. SALARY different models. What ever
murder of Yelverton Sands, Wood. needs bo
the Salary is buying med. your building may ,
54 Dec. 30. Bailey was kIlled power
on ium and should be netted out (please call Mr. Kelly.
during a fight at a club on I
Quacknoo Corner. Carroll is P according to changes in the 1475 NW 67th St.
held for "" economy. This is a means of Phone 691.0685
being a preliminary ;i' inflation.
hearing on Feb. 18. F2
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/ On:Sunday Jan. 27 at 8 a.m. I Opa-Iocka 4368 N.W. 17th Avenue Phone NE 5-9133
Blanche 'cahoway". executive b
director': ,WMBM Community Phone MU 8-3770
Servica<< :Foundation will intro-
duce:and present the 35 member LACKLAND AFB Airman
choir from" the Church of The Third Class George W. Johnson,
t 1 son of Mr. and Mrs. Pethrona :
Open of',Wt;poor, M. ,Johnson under ,the the direction Midget M. Johnson, 1215 NW 65th St., I For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call
is being reassigned to Amarillo
choir :from Richmond Heights,
dtrected"by, Mrs. Vernice Ross AFB, Tex. for training and
and the" Apostolic Gospel Sing duty as a warehousing special-

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''Support the.Telethon by sending School. :
I yourtdonation., to Palsy ,
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Community Service Foundationis Obstetrics _
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10 p.m.Sunday The Mars night Hill Jan.Christian 27 at 25th Anniversary of Rev. ..';*;; .4

Church will broadcast its evening -
service to be known as the 1
Camp Ground Hour, directly Foster at Antioch Baptist Jr.

from the Church auditorium at -
2455 NW C8th St. The Jerusalem Rev. O. W. Foster will observe f
Quintet will be featured as his 25th anniversary at Antioch Fann .;
the radio artists. Mars Hill will Baptist Church, 1809 NW 64th, Rev. Speaker

be enjoined by Mother McClen- starting Wednesday night, Jan. At Kendall Home t ';
don and her prayer band and 30 thru Sunday night Feb. 3. I
Mother Higgs and her prayer The program is as follows: Sunday evening' at 6:30: the
band. Rev. Kismet will M. C. January 30 New Shiloh Rev. G. G. Fann pastor of
r the program. The entire public Baptist, Rev. A. M. Griffin. Christian Fellowship Church,
is invited. January 31 New Mt. Zion ,2100 NW 6th court will be the
Rev. R. C. Solomon. ; speaker at the Dade County
February 3, 3 p.m. Mt. I Children's Home at Kendall.: .
Woman's Day At Zion, Perrine Rev. W. C. Ed. He also directs the religious
programme over radio station

Trinity CMEWomen's car.February 3, 7 p.m. Rev.F. 'FAM Sunday mornings.'

T. Thomas, speaker.

Catholics, Protestants, Jews Say . Day will be held community We are inviting to come the out entire and Ushers'' Union NoticeThe

Sunday Jan. 27 at the Trinity Usher's Union Association -
make this Silver Anniversary -
No Can' Preach RacismMeeting CME Church, 511 NW 4th court. help us a success spirituallyand fourth Sunday program
Religion Morning worship service be. financially. Let us will be held Jan. 27 at 3 p.m. at
gins at 11 a.m. at which time his flowers wile Friendship Baptist Churchwhich
in a Conference on Littell, noted, "The most use Mrs Hubert H. Gill, teacher in he our pastor smell and them. is located between 13.and
Religion and Race Monday in ful and relevant contribution the special education department On can yet Jan. 26 see at 8 14th St. on 6th Ave.
Chicago, Catholic, Protestantand churches could make to racial of the Dade County Pul/llc the Young Saturday Matrons, are havinga p.m. The program will be sponsored .
Jewish spokesmen agreedon Justice would beto become School System, will be the box sale at the church.On between Friendship Senior
a basic premIse-no religionin disciplined as a community of speaker At 7 p.m. there will super Ushers and New Hope Sen
America can practice its witness, loving In service In ser also be an inspirational pro. Sunday, Jan. 27 at 3 p.m.. for Ushers. The president is
convictions and preach racism. vice to the least brother . gram. the Deaconess Board is sponsoring asking that all members be out
a Pew Rally at the and on time. He is also askingthe
The Very Rev. Msgr. John J, Detroit's Rabbi Morris Adler Mrs. Eloise Brown is chair. church. cooperation of other
Egan of Chicago Archdiacesan asked: "Can religion truly hope man of the Woman's Day pro. Our Sunday services will be churches.
Conservation Council, said, for the respect of modern menif gram and a member of the In charge of our associate min. The public Is Invited to attend
underlying theme it affirms in rhetoric the isters. The youth will render
"The one "
this also.
which united Protes dignity of man and is blind In I #:' _.-.., i ii I song. and ushering service Sunday I Miss program Dorothy Major. reporter
Catholicsb the of ?" Our No 2 choir :
tants and ina fact to misery man morning. I Rev. Slmms, pastor.
God to Whom we all and No. 1 ushers will render
personal D. Hudson, president'TEMPLE
This is the first national
service Sunday night.
have the obligation to give wit meeting of its kind to be con
ness . that all men, as spec vened Jointly by all the major Please remember to bring or BAPTISTThe
ial creatures of God, possess a religious In the United i send your children to Junior
unique dignity." groups that Church at 4:30: p.m. Monday Educational Committeeof
It is anticipated
States. afternoon.Let .
the Order of Love and Char-
A Chicago theological semi some good will result in the us not forget to visit and ity will sponsor an oratorical

nary professor, Dr. Frank H. areas of interracial Justice. pray for the sick, scholarship contest, Sunday, at

3:30: p.m. at Temple. The publicis
I ROCK OF AGES M. B. Invited to hear and encour
THUS SAITH age these young people from
MT. ZION AME CHURCH 3014 NW C5th l St. our high schools.

THE LORD Rev. J. W. King, pastor The Youth Choir will sing
Rev. H. E. Greene pastor Sis. D. L. Jordan, reporterYou during the morning service and

Opa-locka QUESTION: Is it true: God is are invited to attend the the No. 1 choir during the even
services at all times. We must
choir No.
Last Sunday night,
send ing.The
love and would not any.
1 had their after Christmas par. seek for more of God's grace Training Union will
ty at the beautiful home of Mr. one to hell? I then wo could live together In sponsor a tea at the home of
Christ and with another for Mrs. Eva Gibson 1838 5th
and Mrs. James Guest. Gifts ANSWER: Let us turn to three one NW
exchanged, delicious food of scripture in Gods we are strangers hero and are place, and the Pulpit Aid
were passages passing through because we l3oard. another nt the nome of
served and a lot of fun i for our answer.I -
was had all. We were happy' Word have no home on this earth.. {risus r rI ep- Urn; 2057 NW
to have Rev. and Mrs. Greeneat John chapter 4, verse 8. "lie -- --..... --.- 5th place.
knoweth not
thanked the and and Mrs. Guest everyone for God that: loveth for God not Is love." Isaiah Adult Choir. Mrs. Ethel Evans, GRACE PRESBYTERIANThis I ST. BARNABAS W. M.

6, verse 3. "And one co.chairmanJ is chairman of the .
having Invited them to their cried unto another, and said Naomi Circle of the Missionary Sunday !is "Youth" Rer. E. A, Oulmer, pastor

home. Holy, holy, holy, is the Lordof Society and vice president of with the youth conductIng Mrs. S. Dawkins, reporter
Rev. Greene preached two host: the whole earth is full the Stewardess Board No. 2. activities.the morning The morning and evening speaker Morning worship was led by
our pastor. He preached fromSt.
wonderful sermons which were of his glory. Members and friends are Invited will be Lawrence Humes. The John 15, theme "Friendshipwith
enjoyed by all. This Sunday Revelation chapter 20, verse to come and worship withus. evening program will be high! Jesus." Everyone was
afternoon our new parsonage 15. "And whosoever was not Rev. E. T. Brown, pastor. lighted by a debate and special blessed spiritually and one
will be dedicated by Bishop in found written in the book of music from guest teenagers.We member Joined the Christian

Ball. Third Sunday afternoon will havea life, was cast into the lake of cordially invite you to family The No. 1 choir, with
February, choir the No.2 church to fire." Churches of Christ ScientistMay share In this wonderful day Mrs. L. Knowles at the piano

benefit musical the at King and Queen Yes, it is true, God is love, ; the kingdom of God with. with us.The rendered music, and the No.1
ushers served.
Ypu are always wel- dare not overlook the in with always program of the churchIs
contest. but we I you you
After service the church
also Holy and expanding, and we hope to as
come at Mt. Zion. fact that God Is reascendIng, bear you outward,
I see you at our Thursday even a whole gave our pastor a surprise
Greene pastor heavenward. Mary
Rev. H. E. righteous.We upward -
birthday Ice
II Baker ing study meeting at party. cream
are sinners and Holy God Eddy. 8:30: p.m. as well as the com I and cake were served, and Mrs.

BAHA'I ASSEMBLYMrs. can not let sin go unpunished.In "Truth" will lie the subject of ing evening leading up to Men's Audrey Bethel, the_ secretary! ,
Romans chapter 0, verse 23, the Lesson-Sermon this Sundayat Day on Feb. 21. presented mm a suit of clotnes
Joy Haxton, daughter of we find the wages of sin jls all Christian Science from the church May God
Mrs. Alice Evans, teacher at death. God being holy must Ito churches.The Bless our pastor, and may he
Phyllis Wheatley School, and true to his word therefore death GREATER MT. HERMON I have many more birthdays.
member of the Miami Bahal for sin must be paid. The fact Golden Text h from During the evening worship
Community, will appear at the that God is love is seen in that Psalms 43:2.3: : "Thou art the God Rev. S. L. Gay, pastor our pastor preached from Genesis -

Baha'i Center 137 NW 11th Ave., he sent his Son, Jesus Christ, of my light; and thy truth: let Hear ye! Hear ye! Hear ye! I 35, subject, "Broken Altars
8 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 27. Her subject into the world to pay the wagesof them lead let them bringme This is the last call All roads 'Should Be Repaired." Mrs. M.
will be: "The Quality of sin for us, by dying on the unto meh' oly hill, and Ito lead to Mt. Hermon AME I? Culmer was at the piano.
God's Mercy." The public is cross for our sins? In Romans thy tabernacles." Church Sunday, Jan. 27 at 230; Mrs. R. Roberts Is still shut-
cordially invited to attend. chapter 5, verses 8 and 9, we p.m. All things are ready for in. Wo wish for her a speedy
15420for "But God commandethhis will include this l
Phone Secretary, FR read, Readings the dedication of our new recovery Visitors are always
further information. > love toward us, In that, passage from "Science and welcome. '
church. We have awaited
while we were yet sinners, Health' with Key to the Scrip- long .
Christ died for us: Much more tures" by Mary Baker Eddy (p. this day and now it Is here. ST. MARY'S W. M.
PETECOSTAL APOSTOLIC then being now Justified by his 173)): "The thunder of Sinah and The bishop of the 11th Episcopal
Faith blood, we shall be saved from the Sermon on the Mount are District of the African Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor
Pentecostollc services Apostolic will Uc, heldIn wrath through him." pursuing and will overtake the Methodists, Bishop William F. Miss Dorothy Major, reporterOn
Tabernacle their Rail, has kindly consented to
4th Ct ages, rebuking in course Jan. 13 our covenant service
its parsonage 1721 NW God has done all that need to all and proclaiming the lead us into the new sanctuaryand
well attended follow.
the was
Pastor S. H. Bowles invites be done to save us from goingto heaven earth. to perform the seremonies.
i kingdom of on ed by our Fellowship Tea.
general public to attend Sunday hell the whole question
After the dedication he will
Truth Is revealed. It needs onlyto
o'clock 'I for the Tea Rev.
11 Speakers were
services at
morning comes to one fact: If you receive deliver the We
sermon. are expecting
,. evening services, 7 o'clock; Christ as your Saviour, be practiced"Annoincement all of our good friends 11. V. Stuart, Rev. Young, Rev.
? prayer meeting at 7 p.m. Tues his death for sin is applied to and well-wishers to come and Hunter, last but not least Bro.
day., : devotional meeting your sin and you are free from dine with us both in the spirit Albert Bain. They all spoke on
at 7 p.m. Secretary, P. Sny- the wrath to come. Reject . and In the delicacies. Come and Fellowship. Special thanks to
Sis. Gibson and E. K.
der. Christ and you will pay your Myrl Sis.
St. James AME Church will let us give thanks to God for
Johnson and all the membersof
in the
own death in torment,
Choir of
all His _
The Concert blessings.
hell present the planning board for mak--
hell. If to
fires of you go ,
Wednesday, The church located 2215
Allen University is at
JORDAN GROVE M. B. It is your own doing and notGod's. ing our day a successful one.
Admission $L00Saith
Bunchc Park West Drive
Jan. 30, 8 p.m. Opa
Jan 20
God has paid a tremendous Sunday, ,
Rev. C. H. Smith, Pastor price to save you from hell Locka. Young was in charge of morn
Sis. Ella K. Wright, reporterThe and for you to respect God's ing service. His message was
work of love in your behalf, is The Lord," care of Liberty MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev. spiritually uplifting.
pastor and members of to slap God in the face. Bible College; 5184 NW 15th Memorial service was touch-
this church mourn the passingof Ave., Miami, Fla. E. M. Thomas, pastor Ing. Thanks to Sis. Myrl Gibson -
one of their friends and In closing let me remind Phyllis Myers reporter and Sis. E. K. Johnson fora
founders of the church, Dea. everyone you do not have to Parents! Bring your childrento Sunday both morning and service well planned.Jan. .
Eugene Davison who served until do anything to be lost, but you our Children s Bible Hour, night we had two very inspir- 27 there will be testimony -
the end? Deacon Davison must receive Christ, by faith, every Saturday at Q3Q: a.m., we ing messages. The morning'smassage service. Our pastor will
slipped into eternal rest be saved. If have not have songs Bible stories,, and delivered
away to you is was by our be In charge. The Male Chorus
For m.his
on Jan. 19, 1963. He will Be missed received Christ as your Saviour, goodies the pastor and the night's message will furnish music morning and
for all children from four to
by the entire church. The you are already a citizen of hell, 14 of And don't for was rendered by Rev. Stephens. night. The chorus and choir No.
funeral service will be held Sat- you are now abiding under the years adult Bile classes every They were enjoyed by the entire 2 will, appear at St. James at 3p.rn.
Jan. 26 at 2 He will cloud of God's wrath. get
urday, p.m. storm 8 congregation.We which Is located tAtween3rd
and Thursday from
lie in the church 7 a.m. Satur- When will the cloud of wrath Monday
and 4th 14th St.
to 10 p.m. All classes are freeto are continually praying aves. on
day until visit funeral time.sick and fall on you? all, so come bring your for the speedy recovery of all. The public Is Invited to attend

shuitins.Please our Send your questions to "Thus Bible and a willing heart. sick members., also ,members of our church.

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pAIGE 12 SATURDAY, JANUARY 26, 1963 I family of the late DEA THS Presiding Elder Thomas Wil

..:: .. fred Bullard died at home, 1507
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.t\ ;; i:: S\ S Fla.West on Union Jan. 5 St., 1903., Jacksonville Since God

:CARDS MEMORIALS I ',..I" Jr. ,. j, RANGE . called him to preach his gospelhe

: "i ,'<.'.' ,," ELDER LEWIS McDONALDof has pastored many: churches,
: ,
S ; t 6507 NW 14th Ct. died Jan his last church before his ill

., 17. He was born in Newton,:Ga ness was 'St. Stephens AME
.' ,i and converted at the early Church at Jacksonville. He was
I i age of 15 in the Missionary once associated with Edwards
I "'Ira ''sad'' but loving memory of the family of the late << <, Baptist Church and receivedthe Waters College A sister of the
MRS. LEONORA ROBERTS deceased left by flight 1:10
rlloyal one, I baptism of the Holy Ghost Jet
STYLES RAINES "< He was ordained a deacon and Jan. 10, to funeral,
,. 1 extend our sincere thanks and "< '. t\\; '\ served with the Church,,of God in the person of Mrs. Vashti
deep appreciation to our many .,, :/ ; in Christ. Several years later B. Manna of Miami His other
friends for their numerous acts ':I.r ) t he was called to the ministryand survivors are a devoted wife,
r and ,deeds of kindness and '.. j ,was' licensed ,under Elder. Mrs.; A. J, Bullard, a son, Fred,
thoughtfulness shown during ,.. r> \ ;\ Magwood of the Church of God a daughter, Lily, a brother, Rev.
her long Illness and at'her : \ J in Christ in''Tifton, Ga. He came E. S. Bullard, a ,sister Mrs. I.
death Special thanks to her. to Miami and was affiliated W. Cooper of Key West, eight
pastor, Rev. A. M. Griffin of };:' ':;' with the Church of God in nephews,. a devoted brother-in-
Shiloh Baptist Church and his. ':,1 Christ here. He is law, Deacon' Grady Manns and

i congregation, Rev. II. C. Mc- :: i : : his wife, Rena, four grand chipren many .Other relatives and
r v Dowell of the Church of ; friends.
n rtr pastor James, Joe and Lorester McDonald
\ The Open Door, Congregational, : t and Johnnie Mae Trent;
and the Range Funeral Homefor .. I,' ,)i r t three sisters, Mrs. Prudence Servant of God well done.

courteous and efficient ser I, .., f". '. #, ', .... Arnett, Mrs. Carrie Hoard and The Family.
vices. We shall always remember The Order of Service was as
Mrs Gussie Thomas of Detroit.
REV. J. C.
you with grateful hearts Services held Thursday, Jan. 24 :
and shall pray God's greatest served as assistant pastorof at 2 p.m. at the Church of God Procession
blessings upon you. Greater Bethel AME Church in Christ Temple, Elder EdgarL. Hymn No 4G5 "There is a
Howard P. Styles, son wish to express their sincere Covington officiated. Land of pure delight," The Rev.
Mrs. Sarah Louise Styles thanks and appreciation to the A. K. Richardson.
f" Roach, daughter many friends and neighborsfor Invocation The Rev. R. A.

Ersklne A. Roberts, brother cards, telegrams, condolences LEON SHAW of GOO W. 23rd King.
James D. Roberts Jr., flowers, and all other St., died Jan. 20 There are no Old Testament Scripture -
brother kind gestures of sympathy immediate survivors. Funeral The Rev. D. B. Tharpe.
Mrs. Blanch Roberts shown during their hour of be services held Friday, Jan. 25 Selection Choir.

. . Cornell, sister reavement. in the chapel. New Testament Scripture -
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Mrs. Irene Roberts I The Rev. Frank J. Jones.
MRS BEATRICE SITTON Straughter sister Special thanks to the Range Reverend Dullard as a Presiding -
who departed this life Jan. 28, Funeral Home for their efficient MILLARD PARKER of 1810 Elder The Rev. A. P.
1961. service*. Greater Bethel NW 55th St., died Jan. 21. He Postelle.

We often sit and think of you IN MEMORIAM Church, the Lily White Lodge was a retired railroad employe Reverend Dullard as a pastor

And how you passed, In loving memory of our darl Chapter 129, OLS Chapter 174, having lived in the city for 35 The Rev. J. S. Johnson.
You could not say good-bye ing mother, the Jollivette Social Club, the pears. His survivors are his Reverend Dullard as I knew
Before you closed your eyes, and members of the Squaretoyal wile, Willie L.; two daughters, him Pres. VV. D, Stewart -
The Wow was hard; Twenties Women's Club, Mrs. Eva Johnson and Margaret Kdward Waters College.
The pain severe, Circle Club. one son James; three Resolution
Even ,though we knew your .jrotners, Rev C. H. Parker of Acknowledgement of condolences -
Mixie Bradley wife Valdosta Ga. William of Lees-
'death was near. ,1 The Rev. T. E', Shehee.
( God, gave us strength to fight Connie Sanders, daughter, !burg, Fia. and Vernesla also of Solo Mr Henry Sheppard.
: it, and courage to bear the Miami Leesburg, two sisters, Daisy Eulogy -' The Rev W. F.
blow, only those who've lost 1 Rev. I. F. Bradley, son und Leha. Services Saturday, Oall, Presiding Bishop, Eleventh
I ,
: Tallahassee Jan 20, 3 p.m. Greater Bethel
can' tell the pain of parting Episcopal District.
without a farewell. J. C. Bradley Jr., sonBainbridge AME Lnurcn, Rev S. A. Cousin Viewing of Remains
''..Mrs. Alice Sullivan, Ga. officiating. lie will lie in repose
daughter Lucille Bell, sister, 1n the chapel 1 p.m. Friday He
,Frank Sitton, son New Jersey will be at the cnurch a U am.

:Mrs. Annie Mae Berry, q A + Beatrice Harris, Essie Lee Saturday. Albert . .
Louise English, Mildred McCullough, daughters,

Gibson, sisters ; A, St. Petersburg AlUSES DEVEAUX of 1727 Johnnie E. Martin, 210 NW
Lillle Mae Brown, daughter
James Berry, nephew r Y. Philadelphia NW L Oath St., died on Jan. 22. lth) St. died Jan. 13. Chapel

And' six grandchildren Grace Elouise Saunders, He was a long time resident ot services were held Jan 19 with
granddaughter, Chicago the Miami area, having lived Rev F. L. Smith, officiating
here for 40
years. He is survived

CARD OF THANKS by his wile, Tereseta; four CALVIN BLACK Jr. of 275

:A. The family of the late CARD OF THANKSThe uauguters, Mrs. Elmira Wiiburn, NW 8th St., died Jan. 17. Mrs
LUCIUS WILLIAMS Mrs Eugneal Cox, MrsSarah: Celestine Black, widow; Cal
take> this method of acknowledging { family of the late, "homoson and MOSP Eva' five vin Sr., father; Johnnie, brother
suns Leonard K uricLo. 1s:
,and thanking each and, everyone and several aunts, uncles and
of you for your kind ex- Vernan and Michael; a brother, other relatives survive. Services

precisions of sympathy, ,cards, x a v.N lobert. Arrangements are incomplete were held Jan. 22 at the Methodist
letters, telegrams, and floral Church in Florida
pie es. We also wish to thank MRS. BEATRICE DAVIS Davis City,
theM personnel of the Range who departed this life January PHILLIP MILES of 5145 NW Rev pastor.

Funeral Home for their courteous 25> 1951. 31st Ave. died Jan. 23, following
and efficient service, May she rest in peace and u /short: illness His survivors SARAH DUBIGNON,
'Mrs. Marian Williams light perpetual shine upon her. include a son, Phillip; 2 sisters beautician of 1129 NW 1st Ct.,
died Jan. 19.
v mother Children: irs Fannie Johnson and Mrs Survivors! are four
Lurlean Robert, William Mary Lou Allen, and a brother, sisters and a brother. Services
i4 Leonard, Katherine and ValKer of Detroit. Arrange. conducted Jan. 23 in the chapel
Bloneva icnts are incomplete will with Rev. Edward '1'. Graham
Mrs. Virginia Fox, sister announced over local radio sta. officiating. The body was sent
Iifl sad but loving memory of dons to Favettevllle, N.C. for final
our dear husband and father ?_, rites.

A ...1' ......., IN MEMORIAM
J of.;. "F..J
{ In loving memory of my dear I Onfant Martin, son of Mr. and MRS RUBY LEE PRICE

husband, I Mrs James Henry Martin of 15935 NW 19th Ave., died Jan:

I j. jdrti I r.. ._ '- JL."OS N W 22nd Ave., Opa Locka 18. She will be sent to Newton,
;. a a:.s 9.uu b was stillborn Jan. 23 Ga. Friday night for final rites

L { Surviving are her husband< ,
4u'A three sons, a daughter, mother
; MEMORIAM4In and father, three sisters and
IN two brothers.

i iI iIT' loving remembrance of our

------- dear one, thMAiETHTEW LUKE departed
MRS. ROSA CARR -- survivors
are several nieces
wish to express our thanks and .. and nephews including Alexander
appreciation to you who wereso t Lucas Jr., with whom
; he
helpful in sharing: our sor- t ( lived at 3156 NW 56th St
row and helped to mend our Lucas and Mrs
broken hearts in the hours of 4 HS I lie will 11e funeraUzed Mamle Jones.
In the
our bereavement. We thank chapel
you for your visitations, cards Friday at 7:30: pm and
4 sent to Woodbine Ga-
telegrams, cars, flowers and for final rites Saturday
numerous methods of kindness. -S y s"

Thanks to the Francis Funeral N f S PAUL O.
Home for its untiring service. A 1065 NW
NW 58th
!special=; thanks to the Rev. W. St., died Jan 22. Sere
I vices
I i t 1iiw. IT' itr I F. Savoy, pastor of Grace Presbyterian Church Tuesday, 2 p.m. at the
V. It .. Church for his dally Bishop of God Apostolic,
devotion with the family, rT. Thomas, pastor
1. *FRED V. WILEY SR. C Ills widow,. Irene, two sisters
< J who eparted this life January .611II, _ I May God add His blessing: to three brothers, three sten.,
23, 961. WILLIAM SULLIVANwho this young minister and congregation daughters and two step-sons
The 'summer rose bud and other ministers, survive. He win be on view
departed life
Theft blossoms forth, 21. 1959- January St. Arthur's Chapter Order of in the chapel 1 p.m Monday
\ And": fades Eastern St. Arthur's Blue and In his
Star home 8
n.m Tues-
I cannot and I will
not p
But in memory he say Lodge, the Shepherd Lodge, the day.
that is dead He Is
The'Image: of Its beauty Southeastern Matron Council
Never changes Just away with a cherry smile the Deborahs, the United Masonic INFANTS:

And may our loved one wandered and a wave of into the hand unknownland He has Enterprise, Inc., the Baby Girl born to Mrs Annie
Whose earthly cycle an neighbors of 62nd St., the neigh. ? ,.-.c Lue Jones
16301 NW
still think
of him
I the Ct
Has ended, always live bors of 66th St. and friends of 'I ANDREW HOPKINS died Jan 11 and was laid ,
In the. memory of our hearts. same.Clara Sullivan, wife I New York City I' who passed away January 27, rest Jan. 16.
The Family 1961.
May God bless each and Think 0, Lord In of Derrick Thomas
mercy son of Mrs.
IN MEMORIAMIn everyone of you, we pray. the souls of those who in faith Mary E. Thomas, 1458 NW 73rd

IN MEMORIAM loving memory of our dear Mrs. Irene Lynda Harris gone from us, now In death Terr., died Jan. 15, burial Jan.
''Iii:sad but loving memory of mother and wifeCLARA sister repose. Here mid stress and 21.
our dear sister, I GItE'ENEwho Mrs. Ella Poltier Ferguson, conflict toils can never cease.
, ANNA R. MITCHELLwho departed this life January daughter There. the warfare ended, bid Baby Girl Holloway died Jan.

,passed January 28, 1949. 24, 1956.The Zephenlah Carr, son them rest in peace. 22. Mrs. Rosa Holloway, 1915
The Family Greene Family And Family The Family NW 154th St., mother.

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jTiJfiatisa&fws IMMACULATE: CDS, barrel tile SATURDAY, JANUARY 26, 1963 ,.., PAGE 13

Sl $9,000, only $300 roof. Lovely flat room, enclosed ,1 1i
down and $78 month pays all. A. front porch: Large separate FOR SALE n LP'VANi ;

Ben-Iori, Realtor, 2644 NW St.garage A Near Grandway on 53rd 4-BEDROOM, 2 bath, water Salesladies' Wantedr! 'Ea"rn1$3d' I ,
FOR RENT G2nd Street. NIghts PL 9.5533. month. buy at $11,500 and $70 front home. Has everything.. to $40 a week In your spare ,'
Days OX 1.9372. 7th Ave. PL 0 Realty-.371., 4932 NW Phone FR 41256.2BEDROOM time: No experience 'neceaaaty. .;,f
E. PICARDRental Open Sunday, We will train. 31l. 14. Avon f
Agency 1701 NW 42nd St Open Sat. & home, dining Cosmetics. in4G\
Rental collections, property Sun. Call me. Large bedroom room, living room and kitchenby
management: real estate, CBS. Fenced back yard, all 2 CUSTOM BUILT deluxe duplex, owner. Call NE, 5-4291. FIG ',I'.I \4
020 NW 8th St FR7-2902 rooms large and very, bedrooms each side. Two tile Many jobs immediately;; vaUj
clean, A bargain at W.600 total.very baths. Beautifully landscaped, 3 AIR CONDITIONER, folding able for domestic ,'work*'I
f URNIED efficiencies, utili Just $250 down and $74 n month years young. Small downpay- 'chairs, suitable for church use,, JrnnloYment.#,t, .
ment. FHA terms' available. Electric fans 49 International With
a11. NE t.
pays A.
ties included. $12.50 a week. { "8
1,20; NW 8th St. FR ?-2902. 2644 NW 62nd St. Nights 1PL call Owner 634-6333 lives rent free. To see I pickup truck, 4 new tires., WANTED ;
0.5533. Days. OX 1.9372. owner. 633-3042. I 16 ;
ELDERLY WOMAN to live a 1 In l
.FURNISHED._ or .unfurnished : 755 NW 44th St. MODERN BEAUTY. Tile roof, COMPLETE household of fur- for free room and board:and,'
apts. in una-iocKa area. 2. 2 to 5. Very large Open Sunday air-condition, central heat, niture. Can be sold together or small salary. Call 696-3207 after'
bedroom all utilities $21, 2 bedroom plus 'garago and 3-bedroom pretty awning all around, Extra separate. 035 NW 53rd St. 7 p.m. ".\
$18 1 bedroom, $15. Call This utlllty room. lovely house, large lot with '" ,
home is
NE 40500. indf tlful spacious and beau. barbecue. At $12,500, $400 down FURNISHED efficiency apt.
lnslde..rt bargain at $10- and owner pays your closing Free water and electricity, 709 ONE YEAR COLLEGE GIRL
EFFICIENCY: donwtown area. 000, only $300 down and $83 a costs. Life NW 7th NW C5th St. Phone OX 1.6073. willing to work, desire JoW in!}
All utilities. $13 week. Call month pays all. Wonderful for Ave PL nealtY64032 Sunday. factory drug store, store, etc.'.,
NE 40500. F9 large family , A. 13en-t<:orf SMALL FRIGIDAIRE, 3 screen 696-3756.. 'Vt*, T

Realtor, 2014 02nd St. Nights SPOTLESS CBS, landscapedyard doors, chest of drawers, NE .. ,' ,
NICE 2-BEDROOM home in 95533. Days OX I-9372. quiet street. Best buy at 55283. ';
Opa-locka. The Bunche Park $10,500, $350 down and $05 CHILD, CARE !
area. Closed in fence' and nice I18 NW 44th St. Open Sunday month. Life Realty, 4932 NW No qualifying. Special $59 Home for children, days and
surroundings. For informationcall 2 5. Total $9,200. Only $350 7th Ave. PL 94371. Open Sunday per month and only $295 down. nights. Room and board, nice
NA 1-G651. F2 down and $79 month pays all. Lovely small home on corner home, good surroundings. Plan
See this and you will buy it. lot. Fenced. Move right in. Call ned with working parents in
ROOM.\ Private home. Kitchen Lovely yard, large rooms, a COMPLETELY FURNISHED 2 News Realty, PL 4-0655. mind. References, OX 11569.
)privilege! Phone 031-4314. 17S6 real home you can be proud bedroom house, rear 12th Ave. .
NW 47th Terr.FURNISHED of. A. tJ t1-IQri Realtor, 2044 $300 down and move right In.
NW 62nd St. Nights PL 95533. No qualifying necessary.: Life INCOME PROPERTIES!
ROOM in Liberty Days OX 19372. Realty 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL

City home for and nice cooKing lady. Use privileges.Call of entire. 175 NV 42nd St., 2-bedroom 9-4371. Open Sunday See us for the beat buys in duplexes 4 unit building -

690-3207 after 7 p.m. CBS, Ueautiful Inside. Must see CORNER 3-D);DnOOM CBS. and other apartment houses.
wall to wall carpet, bdaUtifUl Tile roof, Fla room. Appliances.A .
NEW 2-DEDROOM apartment. Fla. room, total $8,500, $250 bargain at $11,500, $350 down 1-Estate must sell this.' Up and down duplexes
Has new electric stove and refrigerator down and $74 month pays all. and owner pays your closing $995 downs' 4 bedrooms, 2 baths in each apart
3189 NW 59th Call A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, 2044 NW costs. Must see! Life Realty,
St. ment. A beautiful deal ith only one mortgage. ,
62nd St. Nites PL
HI 8-1119. 95533. Days 4932 NW 7th Ave PL D-1371,
OX 1-8372. Open Sunday. 2-Three bedroom home I and a 2Jbedroom home on

FOR RENT WITH option to If*-" V *! m* p na . .- ,------- one lot Estate must selL, Live rent free. One.
'buy. four bedroom, two bath mortgage, $995 down.
CBS home, 2915 NW 59th St. I LIFETIME SECURITY
Open Saturday and Sunday .
1, 2 and 3 bedroom apts. and I Civil Service Jobs for men land women age 18 to 50

houses, reasonable. Phone offers the greatest opportunity. Ford Inc.
(G33--2120. You can qualify for many jobs if you are citizen\ Realty,

F FOR NICE> refined family. Two I and have a grammar school education. Starting salary 569 NW 54th St. PL 7.6131'PL' 7-2559
bedroom house, newly renovated as high as $4,490 first year. We will train you
( and completely painted.. Kit in an easy to learn Home Course ,that will enable you

chen, fully equipped, hot and to take all .........
cold water exams. 1.DtAftAf lr rir>tAf7 h fs>Vmlo.ob A>wf fri...tIa.t. >**+
extra large yard
fioth St. And call owner at OX : And month
n 2302. Rent' is $90 per month a
: Will start you on a lifetime career Act now HOMES OPEN
NICE, CLEAN ROOM. Quiet t! Call or write LOVELY "ty
Couple) in house to yourself. ,
Kitchen privileges, NE 5-5283. I NATIONAL TRAINING SERVICE

.n, 'h.........___._ _.__L_ LOW, LOW DOWN PAYMENTSEZ
; VHUUM HOUSE, carporte, 9538 N.W. 7th Ave., Miami 50, Fla. TERMS LESS THAN RENT
porch largo yard. Newly paint. if PL 4-9611 MU 8.2179 Eve. 'I...rr.

ed. Nice location. $20 we 2280 NW G2nd St. G88-4825. : :: '-::: =-=- 1364 NW 44th Street

LARGE MODERN air condi 'i $350 ,total down payment. Not Ic more. Just decorated. -

(tioned apt. One bedroom and $10,800 total.: 2 Fla. room. $75 per month.
efficiencies, furnished or unfur
nished. Quiet neighborhood. t HOMES FOR SALEt j -0-
Adults only. 1210 NW 77th Terr.
Call PL 8-95G5. 1050 NW 46th StreetCBS

PEARL AND DAVID rooms 1775 NW 42nd Street Fla. '67x110 lot. SI3,5oo'lt
for rent. 353 NW 9th St. Phone beauty, room, carporte, '
FR $450 down $77 month. Nicest in town 1-
3-1021 -, 379-5918. Day or ,
week J18 2-bedroom 1 bath CBS, FHA! terms. Full price

8 $9,000.; $300 total down payment. No closing costs. -0-

INTERIOR newly painted 2 or 4.9 Utility shed, carport, partly furnished Don't delay, ,.
3 i rteuroom 1880 NW 47th Street <\
ready for apts., and this one will go fast!
occupancy. In area
'of 27th Ave. and 56th St. Bus \ 3-bedlrooms, $10,000 total. $500 down, $80 month*

evenings convenient.NA Call FR 3-2167 or for 15 years. One mortgage Newly painted. J
1-7190. "
1841 NW 42nd Street .
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APT. Lights and a" ,4,
water H35-DOG7.: free 1868' Nw 55th Terr. ,, Bedroom, 2 bath CBS. FHA terms. Total $14,000, 1083 NW 74th Street *; ,;
$450 down, $80.54 monthly Extra large lot. stove, t
S CBS beauty, completely hardwood: .j
LOVELY FURNISHED, Apt. i regrigerator, nicely landscaped, like new through- floors, tile roof. $400 total down. $77 month t '.'.
Shady lawn, quiet, all conven I out. Don't miss this one!IJ '
tences Including washing( ma I 1000 NW 75th Street A t
hlne. _ _
No, children. .132$j NW -- 4

wthTerr., \ J Huge corner house' 2 baths and huge Fla room.d.. -'

DUPLEX LBEDROOM. near 1787 NW 44th Street Newly decorated. $13,000 total. $400 down, $80 pert ;"d

Steven Market, Call NE 3-3198 month. Partly furnished. Stove and refrigerator.o ,7 '"
also G91-5851 CBS duplex, 1 bedroom, 1 bath each side. Both com- ::1

I pletely furnished FHA terms. Total price $12,500, -- t I. .j
HOOM: In quiet home, 1012 NW $400 down payment, no closing costs, $71.92 month- A
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string quartet, headed by Ernest Wilkins, Chicago Benjamin Banneker, Negro
List violinist Joan Field and con- attorney who held a sub- cabinet astronomer and inventor, helped
Equal Employment certizing nationally from Miami post in the Eisenhower Administration survey and plan the city of

be formed died.JANUARYO.. Washington, D. C.
is expected to ,
Vice decree enforce sanctions that
D. C. -
fall 1800
and playing publicly by the -r
President Lyndon B. Johnson govern our social institutionsand of this First friction matches. manu JANUARY 23, 1817
said this week that the Presi our pattern of thought. of factured. Negroes in Richmond, Va.,
Victor Stern, professor
Committee on Equal Employment colonization
U. S.
During the signing ceremon- of Miami met to oppose
music at the University
Opportunity is engaged of- lies, President Kennedy, Secretary and first chair violist with JANUARY 21, 1834 plans, designed for Liberia.

in a three-point discrimination.The process. of Labor W. Willard Wirtz the University of Miami Symphony Nat Turner, who led the insurrection JANARY 23 1821
eliminating and Committee Executive Vice Orchestra, also has accepted in 1831 which bears Lott Carey, Baptist minister
Vice President, chairmanof Chairman Hobart Taylor Jr. also a permanent position his name, was born in South missionary and pioneer, sailedfor
the President's Committee on commended the Plans for Progress with the quartet, according to Hampton, Va.JANUARY. Liberia!
Equal Employment Opportunity program and the 19 new the announcement by the quar 21, 1810 -
spoke at a Plans for Progress participants in that program. tet's acting board of directors. African Methodist Episcopal JANUARY 26, 1939
in Washington Church founded. Major John R. Lynch, Negro
banquet of Plans The Vice President emphasized The remaining two positionsare JANUARY 21 1913 congressman from Mississippiin
following the in employment that companies coming under expected to be filled by F. M. Jackson Coppln, first' 1873 and 1877, died. He had
for Progress equal by 19 additional the Plans for Progress pro March 1, with rehearsals for woman college graduate (Berlin lived in Chicago as a practicing
opportunity gram "are not relieved from the building of a repertoire to (died in Philadelphia. lawyer.
companies.The any of their obligations under begin immediately thereafter.
brought the President's Executive Or Affiliation with the University -
additional signers der. But also realize thatas discolesd by
they of Miami was
of major national -
to 104 the number firms which Americans they have an obligation spokesmen for the group. Dr, Parent TeacherConference "Queen of NewProvidence"

business with the Vice President to go beyond that and Benjamin G. Oren, and Dr.
have signed out equal to take the positive steps that Ralph KIrsch. Day at ContestNew

opportunities pledges to measures carry about will really solve the problem." "We have tentatively arranged NHS Jan. 29

the basic requirements with University officials for Providence Court No.
and beyond Signers of the Plans for Pro
of President Kennedy's I gress in the White House cere- use of rehearsal quarters and a The entire day Tuesday, Jan. 129 is sponsoring a contest. Six
establishing the concert hall, as well as academic 29 is being set aside tis: Parent
executive order monies January 17 were: lovely ladles of the court a r evieing
appointments for the two Teacher Conference Day. All coveted title of
program. for the
equal American Airlines, Inc., New quartet members still to be parents are urged to visit the of New Providence
:::1 believe that most of you, York; Atchison, Topeka and named," the spokesman said. school on this day in order to Court"Queen No. 129" of 1963.
like me, have recognized by Santa Fe Railway System, Chi I "In return, the group will be become more familiar' with the These ladies are distinguish.
this time that sentence to menial cago; Babcock and Wilcox Co., the quartet in residence at the operation and policy of your ed for their outstanding quali
labor cannot be rectified N.Y.; Bell Telephone Co. of University, and will perform a school and to offer suggestionsand ties and service to the Heroinesof
.merely by removing that sentence Philadelphia; Cleveland Electric number of free concerts for plans for the improvementthat Jericho.In .
," Vice President Johnson Illuminating Co., Cleveland; Colgate the School of Music each year." Is necessary to meeet the .
declared. "Really what we are Palmolive Co., N. Y.; Columbia The spokesman emphasized, demands of the space age. friendly rivalry are Heroines
Nellie Jones Evelyn Simp
engaged in Is a three-step process Broadcasting System, however, that direction of the Remember parents, many op. son, Lylene McKenzie, Elizabeth .
: Inc., N.Y.; Cudahy Packing Co., quartet will rest with the members uortunltles are being afforded Saunders, Albertha Rice,
Omaha, Nel/raska; Massey Ferguson themselves independent of hence it is necessary that you
"First, we must open up the Inc., Toronto, Canada; the university. Musical programming along with the schools see to and Dolly will additional Information
doors of equal opportunity so Monsanto Research Corporation, will We the responsibility it that boys and girls have adequate the contestantsfrom
that we can truthfully say that Miamlsbugh, Ohio; National of Miss Field. preparation that will al-- on
time to through our
employment shall be on the Lead Co., Chicago; New Eng law them to take proper advantage -
media. Vote for
basis of merit and without regard land Telephone and TelegraphCo. "Our primary purpose In of them. news your

to irrelevant considerations ., Boston; New Jersey Bell spring formation of the quartet Come out, prepare to spend choice candidate.
of ancestry. Telephone Co., Newark; North Is to reward the Interest of the day, join in the planningfor
the western Bell Telephone Co. Miamians with the finest chamber the future and the proper
"Then, we must open that up those Omaha; Pacific Northwest Bell music possible," they said. handling of the present. Know FOR SALE

doors of training so given accessto Telephone Co., Seattle; Singer "We believe this group will your school in its entirety. Lot and small house good
to whom, we have Manufacturing Co. N.Y. U. S. not only enhance the reputationof
will be ina ; condition, 3600 SW 27th St., MI.
,, equal opportunity themselves Industries, Inc., N.Y.; Wal the university's School of ami near Douglas Road. Total
position to prepare opportunity. green Drug Co., Chicago. Music, serving to attract new ert Ross, Mrs. Ouida Rubin, Dr. price, $6,000. Lot 50x150. Good
for that students each year, but also will Peter Stelncrohn, and Dr. investment or home for a

Finally, however, we must bring musical prominence to Ralph KIrsch and. Dr. Benjamin couple. Call 759-5221 for Infor

strike down the habits of mind I Solomon Joins Miami through around the the.!quartet'sperformances country G. Oren. matlon.DENTISTS' .
social institutions
and the ."
which make those who have I
Keyes Sales Staff
been the victims of discrimination Members of the acting boardof
skeptical of the efforts directors temporarily directing OFFICESEDISON
that, are being made to remove Arthur M. Solomon of 1723 the quartet's formation are
discrimination. The three- NW 85th St., has joined the residential Dr. and Mrs. Sanel Beer, Herman
step process that I have described sales staff of the Keyes Binder, Dr. Richard Bohn, CENTER DENTAL BLDG.
has led to the "Plans for Company's downtown Miami of Mrs. Dana Dorsey ChapmanMrs. .

Progress" program. Our govern David Drucker, Mr. and 6130 N.W. 7th Avenue
ment can, and has, established native New Yorker Solomon Mrs. EmU Friedlander, Mr. and

In which Mrs: Lawrence Friedman, Mrs.
compliance program
a sanctions can be exercised to has lived in Miami for 19 Nathan Glover, Mrs. EmU NEAR 62nd STREET
years and is a vice president of
maintain nondiscrimination.But Gould, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold
our government cannot by the iation.Dade County Credit Assoc Greenfield, Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Reasonable Price Free Estimate
Hammond, Herbert L. Hiller,

Solomon served with the AEF Dr. David Kirsh, Mrs. Monna PHONE NUMBER 757.2741

BUNCHE, PARK for two years in France from : Klein, Morris Lomaskln, Mr.
and Mrs. John B. Orr, Mrs. Rob-
1917 to 1919. He is a past! vice i . . u ____ _._ ______...____.h____'_._...__.. _.._._ I
regular practicum meet chancellor .. ... YI W/ti Yh .YM. "
Our of Peerless Lodge .1. YhQ' N IYyYYf i'/Y.Yh'N':;: .YhW e.rti...... ... .=_.....'iif.. ..wrl: ... WIYYNa11'xrM. ;..: .. .
in ct Tuesday Jan. 8 was highlighted No. 430 in Brooklyn and now .. .. ., .. .. ..;.t. ., ....... ..I; ee.I; eee; ;t. ;e.-- -; ..
with Mrs. Gertrude of the Paul Revere Lodge No.

Shaffner. a renresenatlve from 595, Knights of Pythias in SAVE PERRY'S SAVE
Zaner Bloser!: Co. who conducted Brooklyn.
a handwriting workshop In
which she gave some very Prior to Joining the Keyes organization -
practical tips .on letter forma- Solomon was associated '
tion and translton from'manu.- with Ford Realty here in "HOME OF THE FAMOUS SATISFACTION GUARANTEE"Storewide

script to cursive writing. She Miami.
the role of elementary .
emphasized teahera! In developing handwriting He Is well known In Miami's

and the importance of Negro community and will January Clearance
daily practice of the correct specialize in the sale of desir I
from at each grade level. able homes now available in I
many areas of Greater Miami. .. .' "
The Junior Red Cross Council
of our school; Is eagerly t1 Mlt!
awaiting!: the February meetingin About Lots in t1W1 tsiaM"I"i Mlt! ; SALESAVE ti;iii
which we will serve as hos
tess for the county council.We ENGLERSTON NASSAU

are happy to welcomed Write to
Miss C. E. Richardson and Miss

Vera Williams who are servingIn UNITY LIFE INS. CO. Ltd.
substitute capacity for Mrs. up to 50% in ail DepartmentsLadies

M. McKhan and Mrs. E. Jones Box 698
who are out on maternity leave..
Shoes-Casuals Dress Styles from .97
Nassau Bahamas
The Bunche Park. School ,

family share in the bereave Ladies Dresses-Values to 24.95 3.87
'/ ,
ment of the Allen Family in

who the loss passed of on Mrs.Sunday Alfred, Jan.Brown 13. FOR SALECBS Ladies Sports Wear-Values to 12.99 2.97

I Allen.She is Mrs.remembered Brown resided as Jennie in home hardwood floor, 3 Ladies' Sweaters Values to 8.99 2.97Men's

Uedroom. Fla dining room,
Jacksonville. Funeral services
will be conducted from Mt. Zion large living room, modern built. Slacks-Values to 12.95 3.88Men'

', Church Saturday, Jan. 19 at 1 in Kitchen, ideal surroundings. .
p.m. See 15041 Pierce St., Richmond Sport Shirts Values to 5.98 .97
o Heights or call Ora D. Taylor
'1:: Realty for- an appointment. Call Boys' Suits-ValUes to 8.99 2 for 5.00.
759-5221 CE 5-4246
': Chief Nick FergusonSgt. The price or is right.8RTH evenings. Girl's Dresses-Values to 8.99 2 for 5.00Perry's

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(Our conimurilty was honored gardIQss ot
a few days agd when Father skirt. Many people 4fcolor are able* their to The home of Mr. and Mrs. Force in Rights Fight" ::1
Theodore Gibson was elected tb accept the fact of desegregation Elmer Kent of 2461 NW7th .
the national board bf> directors or the St., was the scene of cock. - (,
according of equal civil "We are the victorious people! : riot, prominent in a reformatory <
the NAACP, thus becomingthe rights tall party Sunday Jan. 20
df to to
Negroes with their riot D.C
We will near ,
the gold ruleis the belief of ,
first Negro in the state of minds. They have figUred recipient of Invitations and involved'
Florida to be elected to this that it is the logical and right out Issued t by Mr. and Mrs. Kent the leader of a semi-secret, anti. riots in were California, prison and
body. It is an honor for Father thing to do, as well as the Am. and Mr. and Mrs. William Acree white sect known as the "Black Maryland. Michigan;:
Gibson, but justly so, for there erican and the ethical way. But between the hours of 4 and 7 Muslims" which is one of the
has been no Negro in Florida when this fact leaves the realm most explosive forces in the Balk, and Haley, following
who has been more courageous, of the mind, and becomes in. p.m.The American civil rights struggle their study, said repprU of VUf .
more fearless or more unrelenting volved with the heart, or the beautiful and spacoius I llm financial power and mem,
in his pursuit of desegregation emotions, then the real home was decorated through Evening bershlo are exaggerated Al.
difficulty I
and equal rights for Ne begins. With gladiolas and other spring though Muslims have found. prIsons
groes than Theodore R. Gibson flowers with yeWovdrg i "I'm doing all I can to make I and slums their mos 'fer-
For some reason, this seems predominating. In the dining I the; so-called Negroes see that tile breeding ground, the Post
I think that we can measure to be the impassable bridge, the and Florida rooms were tables the white race and its religion.ChrlstianltYf reportorial team found that the
iirogfeas. Florida has made in chasm that \ be crossed. laden with delicacies in the are their open ene sect 'has flopped miserably'! In
the attathmeht Of clVil tightsfor For many people iti the South, food line, such as Black Caviar leader, Elijah Mu. communities with good. .' race' ''
Negroes by Father Gil son's it is still the crux of the probe ham, turkey and many hammad told Post writers Alfred relations.
election to the National NAACP lem the desegregation of the numerous tid bits 'that were so Balk and Alex Haley. Muhammad
Board of Directors. Steady and heart. It appears harder for palatable.The who was born Elijah Harry S. Ashmore, Pulitzer
determined work day by day them to accept the fact that Poole in Georgia G5 years ago Prize winning editor of Little
and year by year has resultedin Negroes are human beings than conversation piece being was interviewed by Balk andHaley Rock, Ar?., said "The Black1'
many changes in this area it is to conceive of having a a caUbato centering the table in his 18-room Chicago Muslims are a warning to which
and throughout the state. Father neaceful world without the surrounded: with various tiny mansion. churches community leaders
Gibson fearless leadershipof threat of nuclear warfare sausages held on with tooth and public officials had better
the Miami Branch, and his example. And yet what for picks, to be toasted on the After extensive intervIewsand pay heed." Police officials".
work throughout the state has simple thing it is, after a all.really It I fIre coming from the center of firsthand experiences, Balk pressed fear that- thn dedicated(
been the true measure of his merely means acting like the cabbage. Standing in groupsor and Haley reported that the Muslim may be worse than"the
worth in NAACP work. We salute American instead of endlessly] !:: an sitting at tables chatting tluslibs believe integration is criminal. Assistant U. S."'Attorney
you, Father Gibson. talking about it. It -only means with persons that they perhaps "White man's trick to keep the General for Civil Rights,
:acting in the spirit of brother. f were seeing for the first time black man enslaved." Openly Burke Marshall, said "no group
Til+1 DESEGREGATED ly love instead of hearing I this winter season were the following critical of leaders of fights for with this discipline and dogma..
someone "
I II HURT else talk about it or reading guests: Negro rights, the Muslims told can be ignored.
The above caption is a won about it in a book. the National Association for the
derful phrase but it is also the The Curtis Richardson, Advancement of Colored Peoplein
name of a book published some Tnspph Harlans. Ben Moores, contempt, demand racial Meet your friends at
months ago by Sarah Patton help titfirmlynbehind the wall Nathaniel" Johnsons, Ruben separation in exclusively Negro CALLS LOUNGE ANDRESTAURANT
Hoyle. It is an, of the past to enable many Moores, Frank Stookes, Edward states and attempt to turn Negroes
because Mrs Boyle is one of Southerners to live as true Nodes, Frank Jones, M. T. from Christianity, the "
the few Virginians Who have Americans in oUr present day. Sweenevs Thomas Armbrlster, article said Food at 1U beet
had the courage td speak out And all of us must let our Tames Jllncf ey, Oscar Jefferson, You have tried the rut
for desegregation. Perhaps it hearts understand what our Oavid Collins, Jim Reids, Walter The sect owns stores, restaurants Now try the beet
is even more interesting when I minds know that the tree of Browns, Golden Knowles, and other property in Continuous service from 6 a.m. .
one realize that Mrs. Boyle had 'life does not bear its fruit forMS Dwlght Ramsuers, Wilkie Sin.ters large American cites, operates to 1 jum.
a traditional Southern upbringing alone, but for all mankind. : ,. Mesdames Ludelt Bell, a tabloid newspaper, hate-filled
in aristocratic Albemarl i--thcl: Simpson, Rosa savllle, magazines and pamphlets, and 6010 N.W. 22nd Ave.
County, Va. Theresa Hunter, Addle Thomas broadcasts over 50 radio stations NE 3-9316
Love and Charity To O!'?ie Starkly, Jack Packard, across the country. Balk Owned and operated bf
Her interest in desegregationcame Cleveland Sampson and daughter and Haley said Muslims! pledge
about when the University Sponsor; Oratorical Harriett, Ethel Sampson, one-tenth of their income to the James and Nellie
of Virginia refused to enroll Luther Alford, Clyde Klllens, movement, are required to attend
a Negro student. Perhapssome Contest' Bessie Stacks, Della Johnson! services in temples, refuse
of you will remember an Martha Coleman. Barbara Griffin to vote and most refuse to report TV SICK?
article written a few years ago The Educational Committee Josephine Robinson, Atty for military duty, they
U/ Mrs. Patton about this same "f District!=: No. 4 of Love nnd and Mrs. James Matthews, reported. Have It repaired on credit If
incident and published in the Is Misses Pearl Lester, Kitty Car. live In
harlty sponsoring an Ora. Although preaching anti-vlo fOil Liberty City or
Saturday Evening Post. The 'orlcal Content.!' Jnnuarv 27. at ter, Lila Gilmore Mr. Joe Car. lence, Muslim statements report irownnvillc.. Pay weekly Free
Desegregated Heart, publishedby "'mple Baptist Church renter Douglas; Edison, EmoryDeLocite
William Morrow and Co., is 1723 "we must take things into our estimate.DIAL
a fuller account of Mrs. Boyle's v\v 3rd Avo. at 3:30: n.m. The and William Cook. own hands." Muslims were involved C004081
) trying to get the young '1P v. L. A. Thompson Is pastor. in a Los Angeles street 2030 N.W. 02nd ST.
Negro Please!=: com out and help us.
enrolled in the Univer-
sity of Virginia, ,but the bookis The Francis students V. Rutleflee are: Lenora Dugie's Guest HouseThe
something the
Perhaps -
more -
most inspiring and wonderful "nmpbell. Joseph Pace,. house of clean room
The educational
thing about the book is the fact committee
t that it Id I the story of MrsBoyle's '"nnslst; of: Mrs. Dollle M Hu- Open 24 hour NC 4-3851 Z
'n" general chairman and
true acceptance of all Seeing i. BelievingSee
persons as persons.Dr. -;
; us for clean rooms
Martin Luther King says treasurer!=: ; Mrs. Augusta New-
about the book: "It is a beautiful ''sold Ed Williams! Mrs. Laura: Jamaica Dugie. always a
expression of the power Johnson Mrs. Eugenia Barns. friends
of Christian love operating in 'veIl, Theo Clark, George Hep Miami
2941 NW 47th St.
the human heart. It should be burn. ,:
read by everyone who is concerned .
with the brotherhood of
man." I recommend this bookto Investigate Without Obligation
you and hope that some of
you win find the time to read "'
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