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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: February 2, 1963
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Volume ID: VID00687
Source Institution: University of Florida
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,_n_ 2, 1963 16 PAGES TEN .CENTS ,

Meredith Goes Back---' ," =" 1 k t i iPrxMt0.RW'RR .1 Va Mayor Says Police In' lv din -- ?

To 'Ole Mississippi;: P_ Numbers Racket .

"The 'negro* should ,not re dlth "said! his piece." I At the City Commission meetIng new Public Safety Director, said
turn to the University ot Mis He said that he "pondered the '
: on Monday, Mayor Robert that he was not. yet aware of ,
slsslppi. The prospects'for him question for several days before King High told that body that any police:involvement. "But .if (
are too 'Unpromising. However, he decided to go back to
be Is "convinced" Miami policemen I find, any, they're not long, for
I decided
have that I, J. H. the this world." ,
are Involved In the
Meredith, will register for the
second He said he took Into consld.eratlon "numbers" racket.
semester. the feelings of the ; Chief Walter Headley thinks)

That Is what James Meredith people all' over the nation arJd Urging immediate action, the the police department has done
said, "It can't operate "pretty well" in handling bollta
told a battery of 200 newsmen throughout the world. mayor
this against without the assistance of the operations. He did not answer
"I weighed
Wednesday at a televised news my the
conference held in the state office own'personal position," he ad very people who are "charged mayor's accusation.
of the NAACP in Jackson, ded. with enforcing the law. Commissioner Alice Wain-

Miss. Meredith told the newsmenhehad High, who has attacked police wright favored law enforcement
handling of bolita several times, and said, "I want to see every
Half of the newsmen in the received notice that he "was
Adult and Y-Teen reasonable :
asked Melvin means to this
of them for readmission in good City Manager
Negroes eligible
room, ,
many the Planning Committee for Reese to plan a campaign to up, but certainly don't want to
shouted and applauded Mere- standing. i
as the 1963 Georgia; Alabama, eliminate oolita operations in see it done at the expense of
'Florida Y-Teen Conference met Miami. The report is to be police apprehension and conviction r
last weekend at the Presbyterian made Feb. 18. of these other offenders. It
Conference Center at Lake should be a balanced program."
Arrested Gunman Linked Placid, Fla. I' The police department presently .'
I Mayor High called bollta
Miss June Small was elected undergoing reorganization op
Y-Teen chairman for the con Reese said, and it will take eration an organized racket,
To 2 Murders. 25 ference, June, a 10th grade student some time to map a campaign and said, "NoWody can con .
at Northwestern Senior within the new set-up. vince me that somebody on the

Ronald Sands, 23, of 332 NW killed and his ,wife: Lois, 30,1 High School, is the daughter of police department doesn't know
16th Terrace, was arrested in struck with a 'pistol by the Mr. and Mrs. William H. Small Donald D. Pomerleau, the about lt.'r
Key West Sunday for robbingand truders. 921 NW 41st St.
shooting a motel clerk, ana Y-Teens from the tri-state
is said to have told Metro de In Key West Sands robWed area will attend this conference I Post Office Hires 100 More Negroes . .
tectives about two unsolved Miami and shot night clerk Paul Frost, June 1723. Under the able guiding !
murders. a Navy sentry got a descriptionof of this year's resource leader
his car, and within an hour Miss Marjorie Buckholt, JFK Equal Opportunity "
Sands admitted to Key West police had him in jail. member of the faculty of the
officers that he took part in New York University Graduate
two Miami robbery-klllings. The Identified by the wounded School of Social Work, the girls Program Works HereAccording
victims are believed to be Frost, Sands callously told him, will. ,be directed in, their thinking -
George Stonef 60, a grocer, and "I'm sorry I shot you. It was -- in- matters of real concern-----:-- to a report issuedhere' come with a specified, /
up pro
d who was shotto just one of those things. to them. They arc Interested in )
this 'week 'morethatr 100 gram, and then to fllb monthly'i
death New Year.X; Day when tlSiWhUo national concerns things that I "
two men broke' into his' house; ", hls JCe West crime are happening in their own Negroes'nave' been employed In reports detailing prpgress" ***"
was a one-man job, Sands told communities and ways can I Wetter Dade offices undera i
Two men held up Stone as he police that many of ,his estimated relate in their own families County post Although the equal opportunity
entered his car after closing his 25 ,holdups in 'the 'Miami Mrs. Carolyn B. Holland pro crash program on equal job program is nationwide, It Is
grocery at 700 NW 4th Ave. area:: were done with accom director of the Northwest opportunity ordered by Presi concentrated presently on the
Forty-two-year old Fields was pi ices. YWCA Center is executive of dent Kennedy, during the past 311 largest post offices which

the OAF Conference. two years. employ more than 70 per cent r
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Postmaster Eugene Dunlap ui ,the uov.vw postal WUI'AtCIJ.
said the latest available statistics Miami's Downtown office Is the
I 90 Low Rent Units For Homestead TOP OFFICIALS for Dade indicate 15 percent nation's 25th largest
One Negro (In Dade has already
L __ ATTEND YOUNG of the postal force repre
A minority low-cost housingp Geared to families earning a sent minorities, mainly Negroes.The been promoted to a supervisory
by Markel In combined income of less than DEMOCRATS'INSTALLATION position putting him in a salary
project proposed I ,
figures Personnel range up to $7t>OO. He Is a vehicle -
the and two- percentage
dustries, Inc., to bring 00 additional $4,000 a year, one ,
rental units to the Negro bedroom units will be completely /! Officer F b. Heiter, is at dlspatcher, ,
population of South Dade modern with all utilities fur- east three per cent higher thanIn
other have
has won the approval of the nished. Situated in the city, Tho Flestn Room of the Mary March, ,1001, when the Presi tAjen Many moved ,up to Negroes carrier and
Elizabeth Hotel, 641 NW 2nd dent's committee intensified the
Federal Housing Authority. schools, recreation sew- distributor
positions. In--i.the
centers '
Located in the heart of Homestead age and water all Ave.. was the scene of an Interesting program. He said that Dade;.has T
past, Negro employees did!
owners Harry Mark be immediately available to the program; Tuesday evening been ordered to bring the minority '
mainly heavy duties such as
witz and Morris Lomaskin, an residents., when' newlv elected officers and percentage up to about 22 lifting mall bags and janitorial
members of the Dade conforming with Miami's overall
nounce construction is scheduled Information on the new 00- board work said '
to begin this summer. Full unit housing is available by! County Young ,Democratic Association statistics.

occupancy is anticipated by ear- writing to Markel Industries, were installed. ReIter added that in a nation Dade'n first Negro,women pOSe
ly winter, 1063. 370 NW 25th St., Miami. Among public Commissioners officials pres- al conference he attended last tal workers were employed;.last.
ent were City year. The program resulted ina
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government spokesmen
Alice Wainwright and Sidney, "
4.5 per cent Increase In nationwide -
told Dade officials to obtain
Judges' Harold Vann,
: Negro postal employ- +
promotions for Negroes into
Parker Henry Bala-
J. Gwynn while
meet the total force went
ban Jack Falk, William A. supervisory positions.The up only 1.8 per cent. Where

Herin, Mallory H. Horton; high-ranking postal officials overall totals declined, in upper
Metro Commissioners Joe Boyd*, told Dunlap's staff to visit level positions, there was an Increase
Tom Sasso, H. !Hughlan Long. Negro organizations and take of more than CO per cent
Constables Ray Bradley and other steps to Interest more Negroes In the number' of Negroes hold-
John Gilbert in post office jobs, to Ing supervisory ,slots.
Congratulatory telegrams were I .
received from ; Congressman
Dante Fascell, Democratic State| ..

1.r 1. Englander Committee, woman Mayor Robert Mrs. Sophie King/Campy. Wife Dies of I Heart Mack{" 411

High.Officers and board members! GLEN COVE, N.Y. Ruth ration was granted In September }
installed were: I Campanelta estranged wife of 1060.,Campy occupies a five-
President, Garth> C. Reeves;: Roy Campanella collapsed and room apartment in Manhattan
1st vice Kenneth William;; 2nd died last Friday In her $75,000 a short distance from his liar
vice ,Nathaniel Dean treasurer' home a house that had been lem liquor" store
; ; 4L4L John, H. Barkley; secretary, Miss nothing but heartache and ml. The couple had five children.

Rutty L. Thomas; assistant secretary ery for five' years. She was 40.
-- Mrs. Gwendolyn Cherry. The Campanellas had been POLICE NAB

Three-year board members: separated since 1060 and t h .
Mrs. Blllle Pitts Mrs. Rosle Lee swank home had been sold only TIRE THIEVES

Wesley, Miss Blanche Calloway, two months ago for $47,000 after Six' teenagers 'and a service
Sumner Hutcheson Jr., Mrs mortgage payments had gone station attendant, Lastra Brown
Addle Pierce. untended for a year. have been arrested In connection
Two-year board members Dr The: cause of death wasn't with the theft of $1,000

Air Force Major Susan Harris Cousin. Those present,included Charles \William, Miss Ruby"' L. immediately known and authorities worth of tirf, from'a Coral Way ,
leader. Cliff Baker Thomas, Mrs Evelyn Carter, said an autopsy would bit *af station,' 'Miami, police said
presents flag to Charles D. Pra-, community ; Mrs. Blllle Howard, Mrs. Gwen performed.Her Wednesday. ;

ther, executive' 'vice' pres1degt,' Franklin'' ,Federal's j v advisory S J. Cherry;? Mrs. Portia Bannlser. husband, confined to.a Some 70 to 80 Urea were sto 4
Franklin Federal Savings' and board chairman"'and., ... Dunbar James Collie. I wheelchair for five years afteran len'frorn'the' Cofftl Way Amoco
Loan Association In flag dedication Elementary principal. Nelson One-year board members: Mrs. auto accident told police she Service Station at 2301 Coral f
ceremonies held'at'the Fed- Adams officer,*J...Nub,* -members Dorothy Pearsall, Mrs. Dana D. had a heart condition. But'there Way last weekend, ,pollee said.
eral's main office, corner ,NW, ot.the local Day ,Scout Chapman, Dr. E. A. Ward, John was no one, Including her law All have been recovered
10th St. and 3rd Ave. ., : troop Bethune' Elementaryprindpa4 ,larkley,, Dodd Johnson, Mrs. yer Joseph Tannenbaum, who Police said the thieves had r
\' and Franklin Federal Rosa Lee Brady, Mrs. Annette could verify this. Campanella rented a garage In which to
The dedication was presentedby dIrector/Walter'" C. Co deli, and I I Love, Mrs. Gene ta Sweeting, wan shaken by her death, store their loot and were op
; Rev. Edward T. Graham and various officers of the Miami Mrs. Marlon Muldrow, James The Campanella had been crating In "typical gang; fain- '
the benediction by Rev. S. .A, Police Dept. (Jim) Reid. living apart since a legal aepa-Ion." _

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PAGE 2 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1963 ON Senator George A. Smathers out that the nation's $52-billion

will discuss the need for a more military budget, its foreign an.priatlons .
and its
I FRIENDSHIP IN BUSINESS CONVENTIONCOMMITTEE dynamic U. S. economy to support program expenditures Alliance all are for
this nation's world-wide a part of the overall campaign
Coke and Kendrix to Get Award HereThe fight against Communism, at against Communism.
dinner meeting of
the annual
National Association of Kendrix firm has been retainedby the Young Men's Christian AssocIation The Senator said he also
Negro Business and Professional the Coca-Cola Company for Letters were sent this weekto of Greater Miami at will discuss the important role
Women's Club has-'named the almost 15'years, while the firm's Congressman Claude Pepper Miami Springs Villas Friday the YMCA plays In* this campaign -
Coca-Cola Company xf Atlanta; head, Moss' H. Kendrix, has and} Gov. Farris Bryant by Al- night, Feb. 1. by providing spiritual
Ga., and a Washington, D. C. >... served as a consultant to Coca- editor of leadership for the people of the
C. Mozell)], news
Atlanta-based public relationsand Cola since 1945. Announcementof radio fonza station WMBM requestingthat Senator Smathers will point free world.
firm the award refers the Coca-
marketing recipientsof to
be appointed At the
Negroes Friday meeting, YMCA
the organization's 1st annual Cola Company as one of the
the local committee appointedby officials also will Install
"Friendship in Business Award. most forward looking of American the that has the what has happened without the officers, and new
Mrs. Florence Allen Holmes, firms in its approach to task of having Miami Beach selected use of the National Guard. Let of a three-year announce expansion details.
national president of the business the Negro market. as the site of the two them see Negroes using our libraries in the Miami program
Interest group} announcedthat The business and professional major political conventions. eating at lunch counters I The new slate of officers
the Moss H. Kendrix Organization women will make their 1 and riding In seats of their: is
will share the association's awards to Coca-Cola and MHKOat Mr. Mozell, In a recent editorial choice on our buses. Let them Backham by Jr.Attorney, Walter E.
friendship citation with a "Friendship in Business"luncheon during his regular broad- see, he continued, that they as president; M
R. Sr.,
Harrington and
the Atlanta soft drink firm, to be held at Hampton cast sated that the convention have nothing to fear but fear Caldwell, vice R. Eugene
The B&PWs have initiated the House Motel, Miami, on Saturday -: should come to the South and itself. John E. president:
companion award In support of Feb. 9. The association is let Southern Congressmen and Sidney, secretary; D'
tangible activity in the area of' holding Its winter board meetIng governors; see that desegregation -. At press time no reply had Richard Mead Jr., assistant sec'
inter-group business relations, I and executive sessions in Is working and progressingIn been made to his letters, how retary; Lee C. Robinson, trea.
Mrs. Holmes pointed out. The I Miami, Feb. 79. Miami and Miami Beach Let ever he stated that the reply surer, and Raymond A. William,
them visit our schools and see would be: made public. assistant treasurer.


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Effective Buying Campaign I SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1963 PAGE' 3

I I Tallahassee TheatreTALLAHASSEETwo

Enters Second PhaseAtlanta's mem.bers Scholarship Project Launched By I

"Operation Bread of over 500 social and civic I'I of Tallahassee CORE were
basket's" selective buying campaign clubs in addition to the more arrested for "criminal trespass" Miami Times and Christian Hospital \
ministers who
against Highland Baker than 400 Negro j I and "resisting arrest" when :
ies has entered Its second first called the campaign.
Ministers in the Atlanta phase. I I they sought admission to the Joint Board members of the paign" will end with the school 1
announced that this decisionwas area Highland Bakeries was Florida Theatre here. They are Christian Hospital, Dr. W. A. !year and presentations will be I''
made after repeated requests ed as a target, according select-I Patricia Stephens Due and Julius Chapman Jr., Dr. Edwin S. made on Awards Day. The kick '
Hamilton. Bond was set at of date will be next Saturday,
for upgrading Negroeswere member of the negotiating com Shirley and Garth C. Reeves
refused. A spokesman said mittee, after negotiations for a total of $1,500. publisher of the Miami Times Feb. 8 and we ask you to look
Breadbasket" i advancing present Negro employees made public this week plan for these youngsters calling on )
"Operation was
n making the arrests, Lieutenant In homes with their
told that further requests for I and hiring more Negroes twisted the for a scholarship project In you your
in skilled capacities fail Coggins arms which senior hUh: school students home-delivery order Ulanks.
Improved Job opportunitieswould
ed. I of the two CORE members to of Dade County will be Help them along the way to ,
be met" with "fewer Jobs I wrench the tickets from their able to earn scholarship success by having the Times delivered J
for Negroes. Operation Breadbasket is modeled ; hands. The manager had refused grants of $500 or more as an aid to your door each week, ,
after the highly successful to honor the tickets and of- every week. a
Entering Into its second week to their educational pursuits.
back. The two tic-
Operation Breadbasket willnow selective patronage campaign fered money
Involve the active support carried on in Philadelphia over kets had been purchased by a At the same time, the Equip Each student will carry a
the last two years. The minis white CORE member. ment Fund of Christian Hospital Scholarship Project Identification \
ters in that city have approached will be given financial as card. :
19 industries and have cre- sistance through arrangementsmade In addition to the financial
MASONIC ated more than 1,000 new gymen throughout the country with Mr. Reeves. arrangement, many valuable
white-collar Jobs for Negroesin have begun similar selective
prizes will be given to deserve
these businesses. I buying In addition to This is how It works: With
SHRINERS GIVE programs. ing students. A wrist watch for i
each to the
: Atlanta and selective new subscription
Philadelphia the first student the
I The structure of ,
Operation buying campaigns have Miami Times at $5.00 for t h e
$3,000 CHECK TO Breadbasket, like that of the been reported In Chicago Detroit year (($4.50)) if paid In full In ad. $500 level and a' complete head- ,
i to-foot clothing outfit for each
Philadelphia campaign, is com Pittsburgh, Cincinnati and vance), the student will receive
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scholarship awarded, are some
informal. The selectionof
pletely 50 cents In cash for pocket ex.
Wilmington, Del. Dr. Martin
i of the gifts to be earned.
DEFENSE FUNDNEW industries and
companies his
I Luther King, president of the pense. $1.00 goes to accountn
within industries and how and Southern Christian Leadership the Scholarship Fund, and Interested high school seniors \
YORK The NAACP when they should be approached $1.00 goes to Christian Hospital
Conference, has Indicated the who desire to attend a collegeor
Legal Defense and EducationalFund is done by a priorities com I possibilities of a nation-wide Equipment Fund. The balanceIs university after graduation,
received this week mittee. The priorities commit. used by the Miami Times to
conference of Negro religious may get Information on the Pro
donation from the Prince tee has no chairman and the cover mailing and operationalcosts
$3,000 leaders to discuss the prospectsof ject by calling the circulation
Hall Masonic Shriners. membership constantly shifts.In coordinating all future selec. of the newspaper. manager of the Times at FR
recent weeks Negro cler- tive patronage campaigns. This "student circulation cam. 3-223G.

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Charles A. Dargan, national V' eee ..
director of the Prince Hall
legal fund drive, in presentingthe uJ.t
check, said "we are fully t I
cognizant of, and vigorously '
applaud the tremendous battle
being waged in the area of first H EK
class citizenship for all. We ?
pledge ourselves to even greater 'ip IIflfi
support of the leaders of this '.
fine organization, of which we
are part and parcel." II
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Potentate. New York State, W. ,
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Council Elmer A., Carter, public J
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Little' Rock
4 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1963 mittee, Congratulations are in order. t '

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Monday will be ah jrnpbrtaht day, eornational: Here February 14

teachers, at least for those who will, take
teachers examination successful l it Will mean an increase On Thursday, Feb. 14, at 8

p.m. Attorney Wiley Branton,
M .w of $400 in salary. project director of the Voter

Main Offlle At 6740 N.W* Iftth Avwrnw-Phone OX 1.O421 Teachers must score at least 600 on the controversialtest Education Protect of Atlanta,
Itrjunrb. nt 1112 N.W. Third Are.. Miami Florida-Phone FR 82230 to qualify for this increase, and must be in the upper will be the main speaker for a
._. ."t . .,.,.'. ... . . .. mass rally at St. John's Institu.
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II. 12.: srG fUND) HBBVES, Editor and Publisher 30 per cent of teachers in their county. tional Baptist Church, 1328 NW

..-.- GAUTII| O. 'RBKVKS, ,Managing Editor -- o ------ 3rd Ave. Branton representedthe
Little Rock Negro studentsIn
Member of.the'Associated Negro'Press YOUNG DEMOCRATS INSTALLATION their famous Integration
Member of the National Newspaper,Publishers Association This is
'D'ade, County's' Young Democratic Association installed fight. program being
If'' sponsored by Crusade for Voters .
sunscmrrioN RATES officers on Tuesday evening,, The ceremonies were held with
ONIgYliAiry5.DO. .SIX JWONT! ? 9,$1 'TOQr-'frOREIQtf fO.OO: at the Fiesta Room of the :Mary Elizabeth..Hotel. many .of our participation local leaders from rep.resenting *

Kntered AS Second Class Matter, August' '0, 1027, at the Post Offic4 This organization has been in existence for many other organizations,
nt Miami, Florida under t pact of March 3, .1870 Elmer
years and has grown into importance with Dr. Emphasis will be placed on
Ward the leading, light. registering at this rally and At
FORUMS BEGINA able to increase the voting torney.. Brariton brings. auexpert's
The association: has been
goodly number of forum patrons and friends at- prognosis of the future.
to than 30,000.
strength Negroes in Dade County more one program you cannot
tended the opening of the 30th annual forum of the Kingof The new president' is Garth C. Reeves afford Js to miss. Others on t.h e

Clubs at"'St., John's.<< Baptist Church, 'the Rev. l'hedford Participating in the ceremony were city and, county program will include. Mrs. nero.
tha Jackson a magnificent soloist
Johnson, pastor, last Sunday afternoon officials with City Commissioner Alice Wainwright as and the Dorsey Junior High
This year the Adelphian flub, Charles Lockhart, speaker, introduced by Commissioner Sidney Aronovitz. School choir. As an added attraction
president is co-sponsor of the forum* Atty. Thomas O. Malley, president of trade) County Young the' program committee
Daniel Francis is president of the King of Clubs. Democrats, making comment, and Atty Richard A. Petti- hopes to have Sonny Liston,

Otis James was master of ceremonies. grew, president of the Florida Young Democrats, instal- I world.heavyweight champion of the

Pastor Johnson opened the meeting with prayer, and ling the officers.

the Northwestern!- Chorus, Arthur Evans, director, rendered We are certain you will agree with us, Miami has comea ST. BARNABAS W. M.

very enjoyable selections.The long, long way interracially and politically. Rev K. A. Calmer, pastor

principal speaker was Dr. Eugene Youngert, consultant Lot these acts of cooperation be an incentive to spurus Mrs.! S. Hawkins' reporter
to the Citizens Committee studying Quality Education on not only by impressing our voters but in impressingupon Morning worship was led by
in Dade County Schools whose subject was "Educa the minds of the pastor. HP preached from
our people very important it is to Second Corinthians 6, theme,
tion For Modern Negro Youth/' go to the polls at every election and. cast that vote. "Man In Christ." Everyone) was

II. D. McMillan, elementary zone supervisor and Dr. The Miami Times congratulates the new president, I. spiritually blessed:;; and( Uplifted.
Hall, superintendent, also addressed the forum.It officers and board members. The No. 1 choir with Mrs.\ L.
was pointed out that last year's examination showed Knowles, .pianist furnished
music and No. 1 ushers served.
that our children did not do well. ,Reading was poor. Sum- During the evening service
:mer sessions were held at three elementary schools and --.------.-..----------.. Look Magazine the pastor preached out of his

:at the end of six weeks marked improvement was made. soul from the subject "Une*
Phil Ossofer Says , Article Features pected Food Supply." Mrs. M.
This program began after a ,group of citizens had a con- : E\ Culmer was at the piano.
ference with Dr. Hall. I SCL'C' PrexyThe This Sunday Holv Commun
Dr. Youngert warned that :when legal barriers are ion will be administered.morn*
down, people must stand on their own feet. Have interestin It Is gratifying to know that Rev. Martin Luther King !Ing and evening. Visitors :are' ,

your children. They must be equipped, it's the respon- those relMous leaders who met Jr., today called on President always welcome.of .
school. confidence in in the recent Conference of Religion Kennedy to display the
sibility of the community and Have. kind of
board of education. Have pride, read books and and Race In Chicago have "passion and vigor" toward the Washington itself
your greed that no religion In Amer. civil rights Issue 'that he showed
newspapers. lea can practice Its convictions In last year's steel price "He should go on television to
Others on the rostrum were Mrs. Anna Brenner and preach, racism. How we controversy.In counsel the nation on this issue
as he does other issues. He
hope the representatives of the
Meyers and Mrs. Charlotte Clark. many denominations of Christi an Interview appearing in should make more use of the
0.= anity who attended will return the current Issue of Look maga powers he has to deal with the
p .4(, honie and .convince their broth. zine, the Negro leader urged "a situation in executive orders."
CRUSADE OF FAITH er clergymen to speak out for strong voice from the White I
ustlce and dignity for all man. House" to deal with the moral
The Crusade of Faith, conducted by the Episcopal kind. Issues of civil rights. HELP WANTED
Church in Florida opened at Miami Municipal Auditoriumon Salesladies Wanted! Earn $30to

Sunday evening with more than' 3,000 in attendanceand. needed An excellent attitude example Is portrayed of the In "Our burned churches, people are are bombedand shot $10 a week In your spare

has been well attended on Monday, Tuesday, Wed Rabbi Mantlband of Temple the vote denied, but it does not time. No experience necessary.
nesday and Thursday nights. Thursday night the Crusade J'nal Israel In Hattlesburg, seem to call forth the kind of We will train. 3715614. Avon
came to a close.Preacher Miss.! 'who has continually spoken passion and vigor the President Cosmetics. indf.CHILD .
out against racial inequal. has displayed in situations suchas
for the Crusade is the Rt. Rev. Ian W. Shev- ity. The October. 19G2 Issue of the steel price rise" CARE
ill, Bishop of North Queensland, Australia, one of theworld's 'New; South", published tty the CHILD CARE. Will keep child-
most famous. Accompanying, him is the Rev. Southern Regional Council, des. Jingconceded that Kennedy ren night and day for working
done more than his
cribes his outstanding prede parents. Room and. board good
Wilfred Harmer who conducts, the musical part. New against those who would courage main. cessor in the area of civil rights home, nice surroundings. Rea
hymns or tunes with a swing to them were practiced and aln Southern tradition. The and improved the. moral climate sonable. ,OX 1-1569. ,
each There I Rabbi decided early that In his --------- - - -
evening accompanied by piano and
sung ;: ;: ;: ;: : ;: ::;;8: :: :: :: :.
was a combined choir' from churches in the Miami area. personal life there would be no

Bishop Shevill said mass every;morning at one of the distinction;od's children between and vowed any never of I' FORD REAL, ESTATE SPECIALSDrive

churches. He .was at St. Agnes on Thursday' morning. to sit In the presence of bigotry

Bishop, ,Shevill prayed for the Roman Catholic give and his silence seem to by these homes today. We arrange all financ-

Church, the Orthodox, Lutheran, Methodist, Society of ing. Then call our office.
Friends, Protestants and Anglican Church. of which we When he was asked by his
Temple board to discontinue 1-1402 NW 45th Street $995 down ,
are a part.
speaking on race, he refused. I Two houses for the price of
His congregation affirmed his one. Corner lot. Com-
valiant decision. He preachedon < pletely furnished. A real terrific deal. Call Mr.
PUBLISHERS WORKSHOPThe the Emeett Till lynchingand maury for this one.
w "What Mississippi has
National Newspaper Publishers Association atone for." He raised his voice to 2-4123 NW 18th Avenue $500 down

Workshop held at Hampton House last week was well In shame and anger over the BeAutiful 2-bedroom home with a Florida

attended and pronounced a success by member-pub1ishers. unprosecuted Mack Parker. lynch murder of No qualifying, newly painted In and) out. Partly room.
A highlight of the workshop was the very able address delivered furnished. Call Mrs, Lee for this one.
by Dr..George Gore, president of the FAM University He and Mrs. Mantlnband have 3-1157 NW 77th
published, ;this issue of the Time long welcomed Negro company EZ terms
In their 2 homes "
home. When
White Pro on lot.
one Real nice. Rear
As host for the workshop the Miami Times expresses testant neighbors Inquire ed. Live rent free. house furnish-
thanks for cooperation to the F W. Woolworth Co., Coca- about' the guests he says Ask for
Cola Co,, Pet Milk, Gulf Oil, Harry Markowitz, :Mayor I friends"They're of mine.!some" Christians George on this home.
High and the City of Miami and others who helped us in 4-720 NW 74th Street FHA terms
this undertaking.One Isn't It Ironic that one who See this 3-bedroom, 2 bath home. Real nice

of the major attractions enjoyed by our visitorswas living has accepted a true Jesus Christian Christ life Is erty! Open from 1 to 6 p.mi Sunday. Ask prop-for

the show at the Seaquarium. while his "Christian neighbors Lou Stepenoff. One monthly payment.

are not? How blind are the 5-2958 NW 57th
blind! I Rent with Sf"J5bcd n $22 week

CHURCH. RUILDINr.Practically buy.
--------- -------.- It Is a shameful' fact that in We have a large selection
completed is the fine looking new St. Mississippi the Christ light is I Apartment houses of duplexes
Luke Church located at the corner of N.;W. 18th Ave. and darkened In the hearts of manyof other income property
those who claim to
54th Terrace The Rev. P. W. Williams is the energetic whl'i it beams brightly I Brand
new homes in
,pastor of St. Luke. Himh e heart of one who has I Lrand Goulds, Fla. Only $200 Dn
We will tell more about this church in a later issue- not recognized Him but who I new homes in Liberty City area
' apparently lives Ills teachings. Only $500'down
congratulations. It is something; to think about.

-- We lave 1t over 350 others to choose from

Mt. Tabor'''Baptist Church at the corner of 66th St. CLASS OF 33 Open every nite 'til 8 p.m.-Open Sat. and Sun.
and 17th Ave. for 40 years, has been demolished and new There will be a meeting of the I
class of 1953 of the Booker T.
foundations for an .$82,000 structure will take its place. Washington High School at the Ford
',When furnished this church will approximately school Monday, Feb1. 4 at 8 p.m. Realty Inc.
:$92,000. All members are asked to be ,
The Rev. Purdy S. Brown is pastor of Mt. Tabor and i present Reunion and business to inform of vital others.Im 569 N.W. 54th Street PL 72559PAGE

the.,Rev.Alex. ..nder.Allen'. . Is chairman'of the building com portance. .:. -- .. .,.
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Publishers Close Successful Workshop Here

Eighteen publications were gates were as follows: Attorney Beacon, Mobile; Mr. and Mrs. D. f.r
represented at the annual mid and Mrs. E. Washington Rhodes, Arnett Murphy and John H. Others; .. .. J
the .l
winter workshop of'the National Philadelphia Tril/une; Balm L. Murphy III, Afro-American present I f
Newspaper Publishers Associa- Lavell Jr., New Crusader, Chi. Newspapers, Baltimore: Mr and Rev, Samuel P. Nesbltt, Churchof Y
tion held here at the Hampton cago Rose Crutchfield and C. Mrs. P. R. ,Jervey and! Alexander God in ,Christ, Jacksonville; :'"
House Motel and Villas last Blythe Andrews Jr., Florida : Barnes, The Carolinian, Daniel Kean, Gulf Oil Corpora BROWARD
weekend. Sentinel-Bulletin, Tampa. Raleigh. M. A. Lockhart, ,
I Pittsburgh\ ; 1
Attorney E. Washington I I Harry L. Alexander Cleveland L. M. Quinn, Michigan Chron the Lockhart Ag nCy,',New York
Rhodes, publisher of the Philadelphia Call and Post, cleveland; icle, Detroit; Kenneth Wilson City; Moss !irftendrlx, The iFJ BOUNTY
Tribune, and NNPA Yvert Muhammad and John Alii, and John H. Sengstacke, Defender Moss Kendrix Agency' : Washington
president, presided over the Muhammad Speaks, Chicago; N. Publications, Chicago; Mr.' r
three day confab which attracted A. Sweets, St. Louis American, and Mrs. John H. Davis and the D. C.; Robert Brown, NEWS
some 30 delegates from as far St. Louis, Mo.; Henry and C. C. Rev. Edward T. Graham, Flor B&C Agency, Hlgh'Polnt, N. C.;.
away as Arizona and California. Dejoie Jr., Louisiana Weekly, idalash, Miami; Dr. Carlton Dr. George W. Gore, Jr.: press 7
New Orleans; Emory O. Jack B. Goodlett, San: Francisco Sun I d.-nt of Florida A&M Unlver ...:.....M
The Miami Times, headed by son, Birmingham World (Scott Reporter, San Francisco; EdWard sity, Tallahassee and Charles ;J, J!r? Y YI' IJUQ\'''IC.,,
It. E. S. Reeves, editor and publisher Newspaper Syndicate)., Birming Banks, Arizona Tribune, Smith III, l and Garth C. Reeves, man ham. Phoenix; Mrs. M. A. Hall Williams sity; Charles B. Bynum-; h e
aging editor, was host for the I Photo-News, West Palm. National Foundation, New York, The South Broward Post No.
workshop. I I| Frank Thomas, Perry Coleman Beach; C. E. Bolen. Fort Pierce and Frank T. Odom, Gulf Oil 8105 VBW will meet Sunday,
Publications and their dele and Edwin J. Moorer. Mobile Chronicle, Fort Pierce. Corporation, Atlanta. Feb. 3, 0 p.m. at the Chamber

_________u______ __h ______ _'h___ .. _.hh u._____ of Commerce Building: All
members are nsked to be pres

The Carver Ranches Fire Dc.
partment meets Monday, Feb. t
1 j ,r -1, 8 p.m. All members please be
f 1' iS present.

i bi John Bowe, son of Mr.. and
l Mrs. Walter Bowe celebrated
his tenth birthday Tuesday,
Jan. 29 at their home in West


i S Perrine Association
Elects Officers

Memhers of the Perrine Improvement '
Association held Its
Y C6'' yf I. innual election of officers Jan. "
1 ':1. Officers! elected:
N ? ,. Freddie! Saunders, president;
.. Charlie .1. Daniels, vice; New.
: man Harrison, vice; lieu Shavh,
r ': t.r vice; Ethel 1.'. Reckford, secre
tnryDavid: ( Sanders, treasurer;
Grady Wlnkflold. parliamentar
ian; ; Frank Reed, chairman of
ward of directors; Emory!; C.
Collier, assistant; Allen Law-
enco. secretary; Archie Fink-
r ..r ? ley, Willie Lee Grant, Nathaniel
; iluss, members.All .
EEC home owners in South
Dade are invited to join this as
I sociation. Let's improve our
y community through cooperation.

.; Youth
HallActivities ,
) y
4 t
t,.. Major Susan F. Harris, chief
KM nurse of the 37th Acromedlcalavncuntlon
: squadron A. F. Re-
leives, who left for Germany
Jon. 25 for an advanced training
course, took time out from her
1 w wsy schedule to be guest
'r poaker at Youth Hall on "Job
Opportunities) The children
4yI were inspired, enlightened and
Informed and after un enjoyable
I Rr :jvenlng presented Major Har-
{ n k 'Is with "Bon Voyage" cards.
(Thin fCiituto IH a weekly Wednesday
night WA1BM Cotnmun-
'ty Foundation( Volunteer Pro-
N ,-mnn, presented by Harry
Wheatley ,Vocational services
;51-cietary of the Greater Miami
Urban League.


Rev. C. J. Hurney, pastor
1 Sis Claudia( Wilson, reporter
We are making ready for the
Seaboard Baptist Association
,G f which will convene with our
} church on Feb. (1 J to 10 Our
/ +. Jr
/ many friends and visitors are
welcome to visit.
We are asking the members
of the church to remember the
sick and those who arc. grieved
over their loved ones.

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Rev. J. I3. Blacknell. who was
Highlights of the national worth Co. who sponsored the ert King High welcomes the Bottom left: Markowitz, Lock- hospitalized In Jacksonville's
Newspaper Publishers Midwinter luncheon. publishers at the Friday lunch.' hart, Chuck Smith and Atty, Grady Hospital while on church
Workshop are pictured in I I eon sponsored by the Pet Milk' Henry ArrIngton pose with the business in that city arrived
the six panels above. Top right: Dr. Carlton D. Co. and arranged by Al Lock here last week, but was again
: Goodlett of the San Francisco hart, seated at left. mayor. hospitalized In Jackson Memo-
Top left, NNPA President E.I I Sun-Reporter presents a plaqueto rial on Monday
Center right: Hampton House Bottom right: A group of publishers evening. The
Washington Rhodes reads his Dr. W. Gore Jr., president -
George pastor of St. James A ME
owner, Harry Markowitz Times'publisher and guest) gather In the
opening message at a luncheonon of Florida A and M Univer
Church Is doing
honored H. E. S. Reeves and Hampton House patio to watch
Thursday. Seated are L. M. Dr. Gore was as
Quinn of the Michigan the sity.first Negro graduate In Journallsm Connie and Henry De Joie of I artist David Hunt sketch a pore
- Chronicle the Louisiana Weekly listen to trait of Mrs. E. Washington
Garth C. Reeves, Miami (DePauw 1923)) Lookingon
L. of the I Rhodes.
M. Quinn Michigan Photos
courtesy of
Times, and Robert Brown are Rhodes and Reeves.
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Richmond Heights FlashesBy SOCIAL SECURITY: I SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1963 PAGE 7

ORA D. TAYLORWe fAAf ..,. .
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wish to congratulate the ping center and .other things F p'
owners and personnel of Richmond which make a.;!community f 1t1 trf
Homes for the fine spirit home. Most downtown stores A. will .........................'
I they are demonstrating In home are now near us*

Improvement fo r beautiful PEOPLE 65' OR .........'
Richmond Heights. Soon there Builders and architects like OVER 81IOUUD VISIT \
will be a public demonstrationwhich the Shandloff's of Richmond SOCIAL SECURITY OFFICE ::::::I:
will Include county officials Homes, Sam Marks of Arm
and local groups who will strong: Manor Homes, Harry "Men and women who are age ';.':.':.':.':.':.':.'.,
represent the cooperative effortof Harmar Homes, Shapiro and 65 or over and still working, .\..:.':..:..:..:..:...:.,
the community to make Richmond Sam Ginsburg Jack Adamson, should visit their social security :::::::::::::::

best" community Heights "not In many better,waysIn but who George have Davidson pioneered and in helping others office their, regardless present of earnings the amountof Ed. ::::::::::::::: '1155'1V:11111111:1'1: : : ., 1

Dade County. to expand Richmond Heightsand ward P. Bllnston of the local 3r ALBERT W. COOKE
make it possible for the social security district office, WHAT SHOULD CONCERN US
, Mrs. M. Pratt, local presidentof various groups and activitiesto announced today. Mr. Blonston come more' a part of our homeland
Women's Club and Jim Reidof function. pointed out that benefits can be !. The things at hand should America. .
the New Citizens Committeewill paid in many cases even thougha concern us. No one needs worry Don't aWout the affairs
coordinate the program. All of this is progress. God's person Is continuing to work. about world affairs, for there Is and happenings worry in foreign lands
blessings upon all who have One group, Mr. Blonston men little that the average personcan and far places like Asia,
When the date Is announced, participated to help, and a tioned as an example, Is the do about the events and Europe and away Africa. Concentrateon
all citizens and friends of this prayer for those whose procrastination -. nation's older schoolteachers.The happenings in foreign lands or closer problems like Missis
thriving community will be ex has caused to put great majority of teachersare far away places. You nor I have sippi and Florida. Nearer still 1
pected. to be present. off until tomorrow what could paid on a 12-month basis, any control over the state of we can do more toward solving
What has made Richmond have been done today. although they do not work dur conditions in Asia, Europe, or problems of- Dade County, Miami
ing the summer months. The Africa. There is nothing we wherewe
Heights what It Is today Is cooperative /, and the community
fact that they are not actually can do about the Congo. Thereis live
effort of wholehearted
will allow who nothing we can say that
teaching many
people. Listen and look for the Our Past This Week are 65 or older to receive would help. We should not med. We should be most concerned
glad announcement. monthly benefits for June, July itate on problems of our distant about our own personal prob
and August even though they relatives. We should think of lems. Try not to worry about
JANUARY 27, 1913 receive salary for these months.In our own problems. anything or anybody Wo needto

Martin Memorial AME Churchis Negro priest J. J. Plantvigne I other cases, many older There are those who shouldbe better expend life our for energy ourselves making and a
proud to welcome the pastor at St. Francis Catholic Church, workers, particularly those concerned about world af
and wife, Rev. and Mrs. J. D. Baltimore, died.JANUARY. with dependent wives and min fairs. These are the people who our families.
Dukes, Rev. Dukes Is a seasoned I I or children, may receive some control the state of conditionsof What should concern us?
pastor and a spiritual leader. 27, 1918 social security benefits even the world. It is up to themto You know as well as I. You
We are sertaln with their past Rose Lee Ingram sentencedto 'though they are employed reg decide if tomorrow will bo must first think of yourself for
experiences, Martin will be die for defending herself. ularly all year. Ordinarily, this brighter than today. those around you depend on
richly endowed.We Sentence changed to life imprisonment happens when the working per
I am with those who are you. You must think secondlyof
and later commuted son Is In a low Income group.
mainly concerned with the those close to you and by so
due to nationwide protest. To be certain that they receive problems close at hand, like doing effect the changes of the
wish to remind you of I '\ the social security benefits Cuba. One of our problems is, Immediate'environmentwhich
the program presented each JANUARY 21818 I they have earned, workingmen Cuba. Yet we cannot act directly in turn vibrate like rippling
third Sunday afternoon at Kendall . George S. Boutwell, author of and women 65: and older on the situation We can act water continuously spreadlng-
Auditorium. Mr. Alfonzo the 13th Amendment, born. should call in person at the directly only on tho things at Infinitely, Think of yourselfand
Williams and his competentstaff local social security office at hand. Let us do whatever we you 11 split the atom of per
of workers, supervising. JANUARY 30, 1805 234 NE 79th St. When a person. can, directly and Indirectly, sonalities. YOU become bigger
The various clubs and groups Thirteenth Amendment abolishing al visit Is not possible, Mr. about affairs and happenings *I than the world.-Cousin..
present sponsor prizes to the slavery passed by Con Blonston suggested that the in places other than home.
boys and girls who have gress. person write or telephone the But let's not worry about them. I
achieved each month In schol office and ask for a free copy
arships, effort and conduct.A JANUARY 31, 1942 of Booklet OASIS23. Our big problem is to be Drive Carefully!
Ethlophla's Independence restored -
new cottage No. 12 has been during United Nation'swar MMMM I I hate
recently opened to boys. on facists.
Ora D. Taylor realty and
TV $1
JANUARY 31 1945
workers are sponsoring; the gift PL 1-8381 .
in mixed units
for this new cottage boy each Negro troops
Is stop Nazis at Battle of the *
month. The conduct .
program I JOE SCOTT
ed'by the students Vho'aVe displaying '-Bulge. ,t s *""" i is t

talent and creative s Authorized Factory TV Hale and Service
JANUARY 31, 1933 rt
ability. Your presence will encourage .
this development Into A ngeo" A4 ern 'on sen ence d t o RENTALS, EXCHANGE, HALES AND IU I.AlJtH
finer man and womanhood.To 20 years for organizing Negro
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our many friends who JANUARY 31, 1005 923 N.W. 62nd Street Free Delivery
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please visit our clean commun rights founded In Niagara, N.Y.
ity on week ends or when time
permits. You will be delighted JANUARY 31, 1902 ;::::.
with our progress., You maybe Heightened campaign by students J
encouraged to come hereas and others for Negro, vote MEET AND GREET YOUR FRIENDS AT THE
others have and live. In the South.

We have many types of, WE MAKE YOUR
JANUARY 31 1918
homes here now, with modern ''
Xarry Doby becomes first Ne
facilities, park and swimming
gro In American League. While you wait ,
pool under construction, lights,
local water utilities, fine Only $1.00 (
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all smiles as he greets his
customers at the New Varsity Qnarttt

La:. ..YM1.1111' Barber Shop.Privilege .

kriWAi.w'11IWN 1 m1 of getting the first
: M..r MNM ATop + haircut In the new Varsity Barber
:' panel is a view of the David L. Snyder take care of Shop went to Garth Reeves
modernistic Varsity Barber their customers. Stroman is a Jr. Garth happened to be the
I Shop. At bottom, owner Harry new addition to the staff. He is first customer when Smith
I Smith and barbers Shadrack a process and ladles hair stylist launched his first barber shop
Jones, Andrew Stroman} and expert. eight years ago, so he was Invit- f'
ed to have the first one on the
house. Snyder, Jones and Stro- ,R
man kibitz while Smitty does /nlgN ib
4 rE1! the honors. Not shown is Walter ? 01pgc6
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mother, Luevehla,, her husband, Serena Williams proprietor
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loris Farksdale; eight brothers, .
Artemus, George, Hezikiah.
Richard, Hernando, Wellington, We specialize in hair cutting, weaving, personalized .
Benjamin and Clinton. Services ...;
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/II Lower ,admissions, swjnglncnew J ( *: ;.\;. &'" t ,:." *** '. i
dance sounds and, casual
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policy currently greeting 'C
patrons: who are in for Sno\v oom

the' four through night Sunday)limited of engagement singer. Can you save up to..*/*, the COlt of the finest bedroom

Roy Hamilton ht the Hampton' living room formica kitchen, cabinets "
House Lounge. Open! neck dnys')p; 6:30 pan. '"
Coming direct from smash Saturday 0'a.m. to 0:30. Sunday 12:30 to 0:30: w
hits qt thj>top sup p r. elubsinthe''pationIainilton
and Miami Beach are ulous Pro '''Playoff Bowl featuring '"tsuiif in
literally crawling with bigtlme the Rattler riding the-"crest of a new*, pop
.FAMy Bandat :
in the entertainment ularity which in 1956,; was':ternporarily..dtmmed
stars halftime viewed 5m11lion' .
was by"
world. Johnnie Mathis is at the by an extended -
Deauville, Eartha Kitt at the 'people''throughout t h ''e bout with pneumonia.
Diplomat,.. Sarah Vaughan} at country. It's terrific public relAtions Wielding as great a.'Voice.'''ns
hedid when "1 '' "
bb' >
Tide Unchained
Fontainebleau Hamilton for1 ,,
the Roy our state university "
Melody" and "You'll
at the Hampton House, The Now that Sonny, Liston has got Never Walk: Alone," were e
Trenniers at Tony's Fish Market ten $85,000 of his money from rccord-l/reaklng sellers, Hamilton -
Marv Johnson at Knight Uncle Sam he will be here soon is now stepping out on a
Beat and Little Willie John at to train for the Floyd Patterson brand new recording career
the Birdland. return match . Look for launched with his waning version .
Jackie Robinson and all the of "Don't Let Me Go-:" Ham
DeRald Spence, 10-month-old: baseball golfing clan to hit the ilton is also on the brink of a
city soon for National Baseball movie
new career begun with
of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
Players Tournament at Miami Columbia Pictures'
Spence of 2231 NW 73rd St. was Springs, Feb. 1417. ."
the Miami News Bally of the
I With three shows nightly, admission
. .
Day on Wednesday The has been dropped to
Northwest Dade YWCA is almost I
into its The virus bug has caught $1.50 per person. Show times
ready move new up
are at 10.30: 12:30: and 2.30
: a.m.,
quarters. It's a 3V4 acre' tractat Ruth Polite, our society editor with reservations
51st St. and 21st ave. One and Clyde Killens, Knight available by
building was already on the Heat impressarlo . Shaddie's 3-OG11.calling Hampton House, NE Modern style triple dresser $88.00
property and another is being Tavern, popular 15th Ave. hang OTHER nimSSKHH F1UM UlHARCO .
constructed.. out, has been reopened by Sam $10.50
Anderson of the Rockland Attending:: the National Rug
Cleaners .. ,MFG. CO. PH. MU 5-2192
ace. The new name will. lie' the Convention ar Miami '
John Kirkpatrick, editor of Fountalnbleau Patio ',. Freda Beach last week was Robert Bacon '1457; N.W.,24th :Court, Opa-locka, Fla' '!
the East St. Louis Crusader did JeKnight of Johnson Publications of Concord, New Hampshire. :"*
not arrive, in Miami for the died in New York Wed- The Bacon'BUR Cleaning Co. Is ,
Newspaper Publishers Work- nesday from cancer.' 1 twas the Jar New and best: equippedin ' 'I'"
shop until Sunday. There was Freda who founded the popular the England states. Bacon JrJrJrJ"jf' J1':1rirwYJYlTJ: : :: [. oJI..r.J..I'.I'UU..l'4JfJ'r.1t..T.
and ice in Ten Fashion Fair is a graduate of Florida A -- '
so much snow bony Style Show. .
and M, class of 1910. '
nessee he couldn't maneuverhis Attraction
SensationaljTriple :
Caddie through the mountains ;
He liked Miami so muchhe
stayed through Thursday.Kirk .
is director of human rela- JET TV CLINICHOME 1

-tions_ in his city. M A'RVJOHNSON ;

We were one of the most surprised SERVICE CALLS $1.00 !
fans in Miami Beach
Convention Hall Wednesday Day or NightWe
night when Sugar Ray was an.
nounced as the winner over Service All Makes of
Ralph Dupas. Watching the now
seemingly inept Sugarman HI-FI's and STEREOS ONE OF 'ROCK, AND /
made' us wish he would quit.
JOur hearts bleed when we thinkof ,fr tWe Also Rent ROLL'S GREATEST/
the graceful fighting machineof
10 years ago. Biggest handat TV by the week or Month Hit Record-
the pre-fight introductionwent
to former heavyweight "You Got'What itTakes"
champ Joe Louis who looks 907 .2nd AVENUEPhone
trim and fit. Klah Sayles was r
along with Joe. rII

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. priest, but his words carry wider ity of the majority group. The of time, to register in the win.ner's .

and farther than the priest'sand Negro press has emphasized the circle.

PAGE 10 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1963 he preaches the gospel of position in Negro life. It has The rapidly evolving situationcan

: humanity. He Is not a king, but stressed the dignity of the Ne- be frustrating. It is becom

,: Addresses Newspaper Workshop . he purtures and trains the king achieved gro as a, person.the Negro When press he has has ing difficult to get into the
I public opinions he evokes and applauded and recorded the better colleges and universities.'
'-< and the land Is ruled by the fact for posterity. Negro heroes Even traditional jobs formerlyheld
Full Text of Dr. Gore's SpeechI
< shapes. If you value this good have been recognized and iden- by Negroes are now 'difficult
land the Lord has given us. if tified. Negro youth has been to obtain. With the iron
regard it as a distinct honor us if you have the time. Our you would have a share In this inspired. When the going has, curtain being lifted Negro busi-
,. to have the privilege of addres- institution is the sixth largestof marvelous salvation and lifting gotten tough the Negro press nessmen are rapidly facing
;'( sing so distinguished a group its kind in the United States power of humanity, look has urged the valiant to con problems' and in some cases are
of professionals as the National wIh over 3,000 sudents and a well to the nurturing and train- tinue the fight. being faced with annihilation.
ing of the king.
i Even when Negroes are operating -
staff of 600.
and over
valuable have
Equally as as
Publishers Assoc-
Newspaper I Last year we celebrated our Dia- The first of the great opportunities been efforts in interpre- at a higher level than ever
I congratulate
iation. you
May the results
before are disap-
( We keen which have
mond Anniversary. are enjoy
which you ting the Negro to America and
upon the good Judgement ly interested in what you are ed is to be in the first ranks of world. The pointing because the standardsare
in selecting Negro
have shown newspaperhas
you tteing raised faster than
doing and have been doing for those who have fought for civil
Miami for r Mid-Winter given the non-white population
you they can qualify.
all. to make America safe
us rights -
is think
Workshop. Florida a great something to
State, and Miami represents Florida A. and M. University's John for democracy.Russwurm with Starting his Free- The general public has been There is need for sympathetic
much of the best of the Sun students, teachers, and staff dom's Journal in New York saturated with the concept of but remedial understanding of
:: shine State. members are distributed, in City In 1827, the Negro press Negro inferiority. Practically the problems faced by NegroesIn
came to Florida eight schools and colleges as has taken for Its number one all the news stories and pictures general but especially by Negro
We are glad you '
the fastest growing state follows: agriculture and home task, the defense of the rightsof in the dally press have youth In particular. Whilewe
f in the, nation. Today we are in economics, arts and sciences, Negroes In the United States. painted the Negro as a criminal are all mindful of the handi--
ten state status with a education, law, nursing, pharmacy Russwurm who was the first and a crook. The stereotypeof caps of a segregated school sys.
top vocational-technical institute the Negro has been deroga tern and social
population of over 51% million. Negro to receive a bachelor's a segregated envIronment
In the past decade the state and graduate studies. Theinstitution degree in America as well as tory. But the Negro press has we cannot coddleour
has added to its sources of major is a fully accredited he father of the Negro press put the shoe'on the other foot. boys and girls to the extent
4, income, beef cattle and in- member of the Southern Association began his crusade to defend free (Here I am reminded of the that we do not urge them to do
) dustry in supplement its tour of Colleges and Schools.In Negroes who tho free enjoyed story of the American Indian their very best to qualify for
ism and citrus fruits. Today addition to the Rattlers in second-class citizenship even In who was shown a picture of 'a living In a competitive world.
Florida has a very importantrole athletics, the marching band, the North. In a most fearless white man killing a number of The first' stage of the fight
in outer space projects. the internationally famous I manner and without fear of reprisals Indians. He was asked what may be to "sit-in" and "measure
The Cape Canaveral area is Playmakers Guild, distinguished the Negro press has relentlessly he though of the picture and up" In a crucial struggle for
importance alumni have achieved in education the the inferiority of Indian against full recognital. Our youth has
.., alive with activity of vital pursued cause of
to America and the law the military, social full democracy. The fight of white men. His laconic reply the potention to measure up to
free world.In work, medical science, and'foreign the Negro press throughout the was, 'Of course, the white man the best In the nation if
service. I past few years paved the way I drew the picture. He painted they are pushed to it. Your cooperation -
the field of higher education -I My personal Interest.. in your for the 1951 decision of the Supreme I the picture to make himself Is needed In this dif
Fla. is progressing rapidly. organization and its deliberations Court and the other aeries look good.") The Negro press ficult unpopular, unglamoroustask.
y In the past five years the state Is of long standing. At the of victories on the freedom has begun to paint the Negro We must better our bestIf
..' has made the greatest advancesof age of ten I worked as a devil's trail.It. side of the picture and the results the majority of our peopleare
any state in the union. It boy at the National Baptist are different.As to "eat" In the nineteen
has set up a system of m o r e Publishing Board and edited has been amazing what seventies. The need for Illiterate -
i than thirty Junior community The Pearl High Voice." I wentto great social Influences the rela we face the problem of and unskilled labor ,in the
colleges started two new stateuniversities college not to be a teacher or tively small and often times impoverIshed the sixties, I firmly believe that American market is being reduced -
one of which will even a college president, but Negro press has the Negro newspaper has an- so rapidly that, in the
begin with the junior class and to be a newspaper editor, hence, had on the total American other and even greater task to 'next decade It will be practically
I offer a full graduate program in I majored in English and Jour. scene. Persons high In govern. face. That task is to help pre nonexistent. "-
the humanities, social sciences nallsm. Upon graduation I be- mental and political life have pare the Negro to bridge the
and science. A Space University gan my teaching career as an had to pay attention to the sen cultural and educational gap Today the journalist's oppor
is being: considered. The newly Instructor in Journalism at the timent being molded by our caused by segregation and the tunity is still without limit. He
created Florida Institute for then Tennessee A and I. State newspapers. Devotion to a underprivileged status in Am- must still carry the fight to
Continuing University Studiesis College in Nashville AlthoughI cause has been the motivating erican society. The impact of .the enemy he must interpretthe -
taking college and university never reached my ultimate Influence of our editors and desegregation and integration facts to the Negro and explain -
courses to the people and goal as a practicing newspaper. publishers. If you had not, been is creating many problems. to the nation the Negro'sreal
will grant degrees In centers off man, some of my students have In love with your work, truly Suddenly the doors of lucrative contribution and finally, he
the regular university campuses. gone places both In this country you would have quit long ago.. ,job opportunities are opening must urge youth and, their pa-
This year the entire university and in Europe. But 0 am Another but there are entrance require- rents to prepare to compete In
': system is on a trimester system happy to bask in the sunshineof Been fine contribution has ments. Examinations are scored all fields at top level. Increas-
with three (four months) semesters reflected glory.As made by your publications without prejudice but also with- ingly the opportunities will be
per year and the pos namely, the interpretation of out mercy. The competition Is more widespread, the
sibility of finishing college in a student of Journalism I the achievements of the Negro raceless and ruthless. The tion for admittance will competi lie
i two and two-thirds years. The early sensed the tremendous to Negroes. In order to combat Journalist must work with the ,but the rewards for
f state university system is desegregated power that the members of the the degrading Influences of segregation educator, the social worker, can survive :will be limitless.who
if not fully integrated. fourth estate could exert on so it has been necessary the church and other agencies other social force No
ciety. I shall never forget the to bolster our flagging spirit in assisting our youth to bridge can carry the
The Board of Control for institutions Impact of a quotation from In face of the seeming superior. the gap and, with the least loss message to the our people as effectively -
t, of higher education is Whitelaw Reid of the New York as Negro press.
a budget of $2 OooO,000 Tribune which goes as follows: i.
for 196365. Citizens committees I --- I
are urging, serious consideration The journalist's opportunity For The Finest
J'asking of space era education to Is beyond estimates. To him is Apartments at Moderate Rates Call
include! studies in oceanography given the keys to every city
nuclear energy and outer the entry to every family the
space explorations., ear of every citizen when he is
in his most receptive moods. F BONDED
4 I brim you greetings on be. powers of approach and per
j1' half, of Florida' A. and M. University suasion beyond those of the .
1: at, the State Capitol in Protestant pastor or the Catho-
Tallahassee Come by and visit lie confessor. He is no man's !


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Progressive Baptists THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.

1I1urrt Wrun Will Meet in I SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1963 PAGE' ,11 t I

Biggest Little Church" Grows Bigger I New York I Methodist Cite Dr. R. V. Moore ''I'IDr.

Members of the Progressive Richard V. Moore, pres I. I Cookrnan? College In 1047. !

An Impressive ceremony hf National Baptist Convention dent of Bethune-Cookman College Last the 30,000-member '
arked the dedication of the R''k y will gather from across the na. Beach is cited year Association i
Daytona ; American Teachers
ew Mt. Hermon AME Church, tion when the Eastern Regional
unday, Jan. 27 at 2:30: p.m. I Convention convenes in New as an "Unusual Methodist" In named him its national presl. \

given special orders to the sun ;:. York City at Metropolitan Baptist the February 'Together," Methodist dent.
The Master above must have :'" Church, 151 West 128th St. family magazine."For .
iind the wind which added beau.y '. .' with Dr. C. S. Stamps as host
to this significant religious < ., '" pastor and Dr. T. R. Washington the whole Moore fami-- Noted Chicago

eremony. Never has the sun . ." Philadelphia, president of ly, education Is a way of life," Minister Visits
the Eastern Regional Conven
Shone with such an array of lus t.1' the magazine.Dr. .
.. says
tre, or the wind blown with .' tion presiding, Feb. 1214. Dr. J. C. Austin, of Chicago
uch soft whisper of loveli- r.., JIfil. Moore, a longtime teach : a Miami visitor for the past ten ,
that . .:.... . ."> The Eastern Regional is one er-coach and former director of days plans to remain here at I,
day. ,
ess as on ..'"," "\, ,. of Four Regional Conventions secondary education for Ne- least another two weeks for
More than 1,500 people from ; .. which comprise the Progressive groes In the Florida Departmentof I several reasons. 'Although semi-
ill points of South Florida and i National Baptist Convention of Education; became presidentof I retired and given instructionsby
ther districts came to witness which Dr. T. M. Chambers, Los Methodist related Bethune- his family physician to visit
ij Angeles, Cal. is president. This
the most gala affair ever held Miami for health purposes, Dr.
new convention is one of the
j Austin has been quite active
n this area by an AME church.
fastest bodiesIn
growing religious
NV.4 ST. MARY'S W. M. during his stay here to such a
The main dedication was America. degree that his many friendsin

lagnlficently performed by the 7 Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor this city are greatly concern-

bishop of the llth Episcopal :, Ml:; Dorothy Major, reporter ed.On
District of the AME Church, IncarnationThe Sunday of last week while
[Bishop William Franklin Ball. : Last Sunday was a busy dayat attending St. John Baptist I

[His Grace, led a large numberof Church of the Incarnationat the above church. Church to worship with mem ''
| ministers in the ceremonies bers and friends he was asked!
las outlined in the AME Discipline RBV.. L. GAY I 1835 NW Glth St. is planning Sunday School, 0.30: ; morning by the pastor, Rev. Thedford 'I
its first Mardi Gras which
The choir rendered . A Victorious Pastor will worship 11 a.m.; evening i wore Johnson to deliver a messageto
beautiful music that be held on the church groundson ship 7. Sunday the Lord s Sup the congregation. In his usual I
| was
chosen for the appropriately occa. pastor led the congregation and Fell 22, 25 and 26th. This per will be administered morning live manner, Dr. Austin completely -
sion. many visitors in a beautiful Mrs. Sheba Martin, is replacing and night. One and two I stirred the audience
I parade around the square on affair, being spearheaded by choirs will furnish music. with his enlightening talk.
Bishop selected his text from which the church Is located. the church's annual bazaar. Upon his return to Chicago
the 26th and 27th verses of the I The ministers who joined the Both adults and children may Sunday, Feb. 10 choir No. 2 later this month an appreciation
fifth chapter of the Book of parade were attired in their pulpit enjoy tnls affair as there is lots will celebrate Its 20th anniver day will be held for Dr.
,'Ephesians: "That he might robes. Music was furnishedby of entertainment being plannedfor sary. A unique program Is being Austin's 37 years of galthful
sanctify and cleanse it with the the St. Agnes Band of Mi both. The church organizations planned by the committee.Our service while serving as pastorof

washing of water by the word are sponsoring the enter Pilgrim Baptist Church, one
will be In chargeall
that he might present it to him ami.All tainment and the food. They are pastor of the largest churches In tho
In all the affair was follows Sacred day.
self a glorious church not having a as : Heart-games. country, carrying an active
wonderful one, and everybodywent Saint Theresa's-sweet shop St.
; Aus-
wrinkle membership of 12,000, Dr.
spot, or or any such
things: but that it should be away happy in the spirit Ann and St. Margaret what tin's son is now in charge of
holy and without blemish." The and filled with good food. nots Elizabeth Altar Guild thirst shop, BAHA'I ASSEMBLY the active pastorate with Dr.
St. dinners, choir- Austin serving as counselor.
theme was "The Church. His We are now looking forwardto of
conch fritters and hot dogs, Mrs. Frances Baumgartner
message was challenging and Sunday when we will admin- Sunday School peanuts, pop. North Miami, mother of Thomas NEW BETHEL BAPTIST
inspirational in the large num. ister the first Lords' Supper in corn and candled apples. Mrs. Baumgartner Jr., whose adven
ber of people who were assembled our new church. You have an Clarice Little Is chairman of. tures In Alaska were recently 1571 NW (08th Terrace
in the spacious new invitation to come and hear the games and fun. publicized in the Miami News Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor
edifice. In his preliminaries, he sweet singing of our combined ? Living" and who is a Deacon Fred Williams, reporterOn
gave high praise to Rev. S. L. choirs, as well as many other Fletcher Paschal chairman: of memUer of the Horticultural
Gay, the pastor, for a job well outstanding features that will that the Pre-Mardi Gras Dance Study, will speak at the Baha'l last Sunday the service all
done. be presented on the first Lord's the dance committee, reports Center 137 NW 11th Ave., 8p.m. day was very inspiring. Rev.E. .
Preceding the dedication, the Day In February. will be held on February 21. We Sunday, Feb. 3. Her subject Williams, Rev. Main and Rev.
are expecting every member's will be: 'The Power of Taylor delivered wonderful ser
support. _a'il: Words" mons. If the weather is fair

Church of The Open Door AntiDefamationLeague If you are serving on a committee The public is cordially invited this tism.Sunday The music there on will thin be Sun.bap

Rev. H. C. McDowell, pastorA. and do not know whichone to ...atten Phone secretary, day will bo rendered by the No.
E. McNeal 'reporter to Celebrate or if you havo some suggestions FR 1.5420 for further informa 1 choir.
to benefit the Mardi tion.

The Church of the Open Doorat 50th AnniversaryThe Gras, please contact Mrs. MarIn .
Its third annual meeting had as soon as possible.We Baptist Ministers

encouraging reports from all de Anti-Defamation Leagueof are asking for donations JORDAN GROVE M. B. To InstallAll
partments. The membershipnow B'nai B'rith will launch the of any type of trading stamps.

number 26125 percentof celebration of its 50th anniversary If you have any to donate, Rev C. H. Smith, Pastor Dade County and vicinity
whom are under 18 years of on Jan. 31. On that date it please place them in the stamp Sis. Ella K. Wright, reporter are invited to attend the insta-
age. Under the dynamic leader- will present its America's Dem- container in the rear of the lation services of the Baptist
ship of Robert Simms and his ocratic Legacy Award to Pres. church. Your donations will be The pastor and members welcome Ministers! Council of Greater Mi
dedicated associates the youth ident John F. Kennedy. The greatly appreciated.MT. you to attend our services ami and vicinity. *
ministry is outstanding. All cur occasion will be televised on each Sunday and also our Sun There will bo a special ser
rent bills are paid to date, and CBS network and will also feature day School which starts at 0:45: mon for the occasion and music
the church now has equity of Josh White. a.m. will be rendered by choirs of
$40,000 in the two-acre church CALVARY BAPTISTRev. the Brownsville Baptist and
The League was founded in Last Sunday the pastor
Plans the St. John Churches.Rev. .
being Baptist
property. are com- E. M. Thomas
the malicious defamation pastor
1013 "to end brought an inspiring message
W. J. Macon
pleted so as to begin building secretary;
of Jews" and "to secure Myers, reporter which was and
operation on the new sanctuary Christian Rev T. Johnson, president.
justice and fair treatment to members visited Baptist -
in May or June. all citizens alike" The organization Sunday the spirit was felt Church in the Gospel Fellowship GRACE RESBYTERIAN
high in our church. We had Our brought
Officers, boards and chairmenof has fought unflinching two soul pastor a
s' different, organizations were ly through the years against dered to stirring us by Rev.messages C. Brown rent fiery message. The sermon topic for our
elected for the ensuing year anti-Semitism In all its forms, morning communion service will
morning and Rev. Stephensthat Please visit and for our
not in the United States, pray be. "The
As the membership increaseswe only night. Truly their mes sick and shut-Ins. First Question of The
have to add to our deacon but in other countries. Bible," text Genesis 30.:
and deaconess boards. This year During the twenties, when one.sages enjoyed by every. At the 7:30: p.m. service, our
our new deacon is Herbert the Ku Klux Klan was riding guests who will conduct tho

Cobb and deaconess, Mrs. Flora high, and when Henry Ford's Tuesday, Feb. C, the Mission. MT. TABOR program will bs Rev. Ernest
'y, Bland. Harvey Holt was elect. "Dearborn Independent" carried ary Society Is sponsoring a pro- Hutcheson and the youth of
ed to the trustee board. on its incredible seven gram. They arc asking the co Rev. P. 8. Brown, minister Dade County Children's Home,

1 year anti-Jewish campaign, the operation of the entire church. All Mt. Taboras Mr. Alphonso Williams, supervisor .
i Impressive ordination and in- League originated model anti. Tho public is invited to come. the eyes church are has upon launched out of the Children's Home,
4? ductlon services for new officers Klan legislations which forced will also Ih with us..
..' will be held Sunday Jan. the KKK to unmask, and which We are praying for the speedy upon its mammoth building pro. We cordially invite, you to at-
|27, at 11 a.m. led to the diminishing of its recovery of our pastor. gram. tend our morning and evening

We are deeply grateful for popularity. It also received Old pioneers and more recent devotions as well as all activities
from .Henry a writtenapology church members felt mixed of the church.
the of visitors Ford:
presence so many MT. CARMEL M. BAPTIST
Jewish Last Sunday, "Youth Sunday"the
from Sunday to Sunday. to the people. emotions as the old building
,\ Be to next Rev D. A. Bradley, pastor went down. Out of It.. however youth did admirably as they
sure come Sundayand
what When Hitler came to powerin Mrs. Christine Cherry, reporter by God's help, will vo erecteda conducted tho morning service
help us begin prom.
Germany during the thirties temple dedicated to kingdom and presented an evening
ises to i be our most eventful the League compiled a vast They that wait on the Lord building which will be a creditto gram highlighted by a ebateand

year. storehouse of information on shall renew their strength, ; they us and the entire community.In special music by guest teen-
America's faclsts who they shall mount up on wing* like I agers.
BAPTIST were, the source of their mon- eagles; oh yes, they shall run conjunction with our
ANTIOCH ey, the nature of their backing, and not get weary they shall Women's Day Drive babies from I
1899 NW 64th Street and their link with Germany.Its walk and not faint. Teach us all parts of the city are being ST. JOHN AME CHURCHSouth

Rev. O. W. Foster, pastor files were a leading sourceof Lord how to pray. entered in the Baby Contest of Miami
the Members and friend
reference for the year.
Sunday morning services will While the Anti-Defamation Keep preaching pastor, and who think they have a winner, Rev. J. R. Campbell, pastor
Sis. Catherine
be In charge of the pastor. The League is primarily associated after while we will understand please contact Mrs. Josephine Willis, reporter

Male Chorus and the No. 2 with the fight against anti- things better. Our hearts are Love, chairman; Mrs. Alyce ROCK OF AGES M. B.
still far from the word of truth, .
ushers will render service. Semitism, it Is concerned with Washington, Mr Ethel Wills,
Sunday at 3 p.m. Mt. Zion the rights of all. It has enlarged but unless we change our ways co-chairman, of the Baby Con 3014 NW 55th St.
we are a lost people. Prayer I test, Rev. J.
Baptist Church Penine, along the of its activities"to W. King, pastorSis.
with Rev. W. C. Edcar will be champion scope legal moves that I meeting every Tuesday night When D. L. Jordan, reporter
Mt. Tabor
Remember the sick and shut-in you
in charge. would outlaw racial and religious everywhere. heed our call. Help us today thaiwe Churches of Christ ScientistMT.
Sunday night at 7 o'clock services discrimination; to aid In might help the generations
will be in charge of the fight against Negro segue of tomorrow. ZION AME CHURCHRev.
Ebenezer Baptist Church, Hal- I gation in education! to take a
landale, Rev. E. T. Thomas, part In the effort to dinner in Washington, D. C. I Watch this column for events U. E. Greene, pastor
speaker. amen America's oppressive on Jan. 31, which marks the leading to Women's Day Whichwe Opa-locka
I opening of the year-long obserVance hope to make the
These two services will closeout immigration regulations; sup- I of the Golden Anniversary GREATER MT. HERMON
education our history.By .
anniver modern public
Rev. Foster's 25th port
of the ADL, in recognition
come out and help with its emphasis on the Rev. S. L. Gay, pastor
rye it of human rela of his "efforts to broaden the way, the Mt. Tabor
to successful. teaching good the benefits of civil rights and Baptist Church is worshipping CHURCH OF GOD
Dinner will be served Sunday tions.
assure the application of constitutional each Sunday at the Community

afternoon.Please for and visit the President Kennedy will be principles "of freedom Center on 15th Ave. and Nw CHRISTIAN BAPTIST
pray 64th St.
sick. presented with the award at a to all Americans.

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t PAGE 12 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1963 In sad but loving memory of DEATHS MRS. CATHRAN LONDY of

i our loving mother and aunt, ... ... 1722 NW GOth St., died Jan. 17.

f I"' \[ L1 CARDS ... MEMORIALS ''t, .':. ; .t iM.t.l\ ;!I 2 Services p.m., St Saturday:...; Matthews Jan. Baptist 20 at

AMOS McPHEE of 1940 NW Church with Rev. N. F. Clark
; : The will be
officiating. body : on
:, -- :, GIst St., died at his residence on
view in the chapel C p.m. Friday
t M .1 Jan. 24. He was a pioneer of Survivors include her hus-
IN MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKSWe :Miami and is survived by his band, B. H.; two daughters, Mrs.

wife, Syblean; a son Richard. Julia Davis and Mrs. Rosa Mae
j't., ..IN-sad but loving memory of the family of the late Services Saturday at the Churchof Major, two sons, Henry and

''f" ; our dear mother, MR. MERRIEL (PORTER) the Incarnation at 3 p.m. with Harold, 11 grandchildren
WALTON Fr. Theodore Jones officiating.

wish to take this method of expressing HAROLD MURRAY, a pioneer .

' our deep appreciationfor Miamian of 2420 NW 59th
I the ,sincere kindness shown JOHN FIELDS of 1403 NW St., died Jan. 20. Mr. Murray

; during our recent bereavement. 62nd St:, died'Tan. 25...He"ls! 'sur- operated a tailor shop in Miamifor

Thanks to our many friends and vlved by his wife, Jimmie Lou; many' years. Services will
I five sisters j be held Jan. 2G, 3.30: p.m. in the
neighbors for cards, telegrams, ", a son, three daughters
\ i iI f.. and florals; thanks to Kelly's I and two brothers.. He was chapel with Fr. Theodore R.
Chapel and Rev. LeRoy Dell 1 sent to Quincy, Fla. Thursdayfor Gibson officiating. The remains
s ,x' te and members; Dr. S. L. Gay, Mt. final rites. will lie in the chapel 0 p.m. Fri
Hermon's choir, Rev. W. H. day. Survivors Include four
Macon, Miami Beach Kennel RUFUS CUTTS of G400 NW sons, Harold, Earl, Ellsworth,
Club, Bunche Park Social Club, 18th Ave. died Jan. 25. He is and Fernleyj: three daughters,
United Pall Bearers of America i survived by his aunt, Mrs. Lil- Mrs. Valdez Murray, Mrs. Lor

Society No. 15, Zeta Amicae of .- I, lie B. Booth; three cousins, raine M. Rolle and Mrs. 'Gloria
Miami, Dade County Young James, Stacha and Sandra M. Pitts, a brother,. Arthur,
I Democratic Association, Playmates MRS. ROSA CASH Booth Services Saturday at 3 cousin, Miss Ivey Murray of

of Miami, Inc., Coral pm. in the chapel. He will lie N.Y.C.; seven grandchildren.:
e Gables First National Bank, who departed this life February in repose Friday at 1 p.m. in

Precinct No. 9, Dr. Jack Meklian 12, 19G2. the chapel JOSEPH WARREN of 001
M. D., Francis Funeral God knows how much we miss
NW 2nd Ave., apt. 4 died Jan.
Home and staff. her, EDWARD L. CARTER, of 19. Arrangements are incom.
May God add light to your He counts the tears we shed, 1921 NW 3rd Ave., was dead on plete. Survivors include his

path.Mary And whispers, hush, she only arrival at Jackson Hospital Jan. wife, Wilhelmenia; a daughter,
Lou Brown sleeps, 25. He was a long time residentof Joe Anna Harold
a son, ; a
I i I. And Walton Family Your mother and aunt is not Miami having lived here for brother, Harry Brown.
MRS. MELLIE FARMER dead. 38 years. ,
, who departed this life on Feb. 'Tis sweet to know we will He is survived by his wife,
, t'. 1, 1961. meet again, .-,. I ___-
o ruary CARD OF THANKSMrs. Collie, his mother, Mae ,Etta, :a
'J Gone, but not forgotten. Where parting is no more, brother, Charlie; two sisters,
. If,.J 'May she rest in peace. Laura Wilson takes this And our dear mother and aunt. Elizabeth Walker and Florence .y
:",' .. Miss Annie Farmer, method of expressing sincere we loved so well, Van Dyke, Services Saturday at
I': .. daughter thanks and appreciation to her Has only gone before. 1 p.m. at r4St. Luke Baptist M

.;I'> Mrs. Bertha Carter, Dght. many friends for the lovely Lovingly remembered and Church, with Rev. P. Williams, xm ,' a
Mrs. Minnie Stephenson flowers, cards and other acts sadly missed by, officiating. He will He in repose rf
. daughter of kindnesses shown her duringher Friday at 12 noon in the chapel.
/ Daughtry Farmer, son recent Illness. May God Mrs. Mearline Saunders,

Mess each of you. daughter WALTER ROZIER of 6128

fi' Edward Blatch, son NW 19th Ct. died at his residence f
CARD OF THANKS Jan. 28. He is survived bya
Mrs. Isabelle Francis niece
V CARD OF THANKSThe sister, Mrs. Annie V. Hoganof
I The family of the late. Wilford Hylor, nephew Peterson, N.J.; a step daugh h ,
1 I family of the late ter-in-law, Mrs. Ada Sinclair; jA
; two grand daughters, Grenda,
SS wish
to thank each and
everyone and
Sinclair and Viola Clayton
.5 for kindness shown during CARD OF THANKSWe
, a, Pearlie M. Chapel
her illness and death. Especially; services will be conducted Mon
do wish We the family of the late
we to thank Bishop ,
day at 11 a.m. He will lie in repose -
.M Wilkes of St. Peter's Catholic at 12
noon Sunday.
Church for'the beautiful eulogy, ""
'I k
m the Home !
Richardson Funeral
WILLIE SIMS, a former Mi-
? for its courteous services, and amian, died in Brooklyn Friday,
Mother Smith for the special Jan. 18 where he resided. He Is '

deeds of kindness survived by two aunts, Mrs. Eva ki WRwpr. ..
May God's amazing grace 4nd Hanna and Mrs. Just, both of
shine upon each of you. 'y1I
y Miami.
Robert Davis, brother Completed arrangements DEREY, 1951 NW 5th Court,
\ will be announced.
w And Family died at her home Jan. 20. Miss
Adderley was a well known
: Services Held For Miamian and was a 1953 gradu

CARD OF THANKSThe ate of Booker T. Washington
\ w Harold Murray High School. Her mother operates

; U family of the late, Harold W. Murray, former a grocery store at 1430 NW
EDDIE WILSON JR. owner of English-American Tall 3rd Ave. Services Saturday, Feb.

: t wishes to thank its many or* on N.W. 3rd Ave., died Jan. 2, 3 p.m. at Ebenezer Methodist
/LSJ 4Z friends and neighbors for their If). Funeral services held Jan. Church with Rev. Aaron Hall
kind expressions of sympathy, 9fl In the chapel of the Francis officiating. Remains will lie at
cards, telegrams, letters a n a Funeral Homp with the Rev, her home beginning 0 p.m. Fri
I.._. ... __ beautiful floral pieces received t Fr. Theodore Gibson officiating, day. Survivors include her

MR. STANLEY A, MAJOR during its hours of bereavement" He is survived by a brother, mother, Mrs. Pearline Adderley;
wish to take this method of expressing Many, thanks to all. Arthur; four sons, Harold Jr., three sisters, Mildred, Winnie
thanks to the many The Family : & Earl, Elsworth and Fernley !Mae and Doris; two brothers,

friends for the many cards, cars three daughters, Mrs. Valdez Leslie and Israel and other

letters, telegrams and flora! ,_. . Murray, Mrs Lorraine Murray relatives.
pieces during their hours of IN MEMORIAM Rolle and Mrs. Gloria M. Pitts;

bereavement. Especially do we In memory of my darling JOHN LESTER seven grand children and a MRS. BEATRICE LOUISE
thank the Francis Funeral mother, EDWARD cousin, Miss Ivy Murray of New HUDSON of 1521 NW 1st Ct.,
Home, the Florida A and M York City. died Jan. 20. Services Saturday
wish to ,express sincere thanksto He came that they might
the Barrett- at 1:30
Marching .
100'st, our friends and neighbors for have life and have it more : p.m. nt Temple Baptist
Kemp Land 0 Nod Kindergarten I Church with
the cards of condolence Rev. L. A.
many abundantly.
; Mrs. Johnny Mae Hill, the flowers and telegrams sent to Thompson- officiating.. She will...\..
Heroines of Jericho Court No be on view in the
us during the time of our be --- chapel 5 p.m.
129, the Loyal Ladies of The 0p4 I rrlday. Survivors include a
reavement. Special thanks to CARD OF THANKSThe
Golden Circles, No. 3 Usher the Rev. Edward T. Graham of sister, Mrs. Olivia Johnson, sev-
Board of Greater Bethel AME Mt. Zion Baptist Church, the family of the late, oral nieces nephews.
Church Joint Usher Boards of
Jollivettes Social Clul1 and the I
Greater Bethel, the Associatesof staff of the House of Albert. MRS.
Sam, Tom and Graham. Spec. whodepartPd life*January CARUTHERS
It lal thanks also go to St. Barna.r Mrs. Annie Lee Edwards 10, 1903, takes this method of her 2173 NW 5th Place, died at
Was Weslyn Methodist Church, wife expressing its thanks and appreciation held home on Jan. 23. Services
and all the heart warming Mrs. Ada Edwards, to the many friends Jan 28 at Oak Grove Baptist -
and neighbors for their kind. Church In North Miami
I friends.: May God bless and Sea' mother, Miami Beach
1( keep you. May His light so Burley Edwards ness shown during their hoursof elating., Rev.Survivors W. Henderson; offl-

4 shine upon you. The Family, brother, Miami bereavement. Special thanksto Joseph Love include a son,
Rev. A. C. Mozell and the Detroit; a broth.
Mrs. Ercell Major, wife
Mrs. Mary Catherine Smith er, Joe Smith two .
Miss Maxine Major, Richardson Funeral Home, May ; I
daughter Atlanta and
daughter God bless all of you. other relatives.
Mrs. Minnie Lee Meacham,
Major, son
The Family
daughter N.Y.C.
i Yvette McLeod, ,

I grand daughter Manker
Withfleld Mortimer, uncle .
I Jennie B. James of C523 NW
departed this life February 14th Court died Jan. 18. Ser

} i CARD OF THANKS 3, 1049. Cordially Invites You to Attend vices survived were held Thursday. She is
Gone Put not forgotten. by a daughter, Miss
IH The family of the late, When the trumpet shall sound MEMORIAL SERVICEIN Annie Laura McCall; a sister,

, {- CHARLES SHELLMAN And the dead shall arise Mary Lee Woodson; two l/roth-
extend their sincere thanks and And the splendor Immortal RESPECT OF TUB LATE ers, Charles Williams and James
t appreciation to their many Shall envelope the skies Hamilton.,
His Eminence Ernest L. Peterson D. D.AnCJlnISJlOP .
, t friends and neighbors for cards, When angels of death

h letters, telegrams, flowers andall Shall no longer destroy II rROPOLITAN, PRIMATE IKE CASH of C214 NW 14th
:, 1 other kind gestures of sym. And the dead shall awakenIn
+" Sunday, February 3, 1963, 4 p.m. Ct., died Jan. 30. Services! will
Special thanks to the the .
pathy. of
; morning Joy. )e held in Thomasville, Ga. He
., ,1 I neighbors, Rev. I: C: Mickins Leaves to mourn, AT THE CATHEDRAL OF ST.! PETER'S Is survived by four daughters,
and the House of Albert Funeral Mrs. Ella Hobbs Mildred Idella
,,' Home for courteous and efficient Mrs. Zillle Jones, daughtersOne 1811 N.W. 4th Court, Miami, Florida Cleveland Climpson; Albertha, Mathewof Logan,

G'(' .service. May God's blest son, Edward Daniels Detroit; Theo Olo Allen, Memphis -
I sing'be yours always. Five grand children "REQUIESCAT IN PACE" Tenn.; a brother, Isaac
The Family Ten great grand children Cash Jr., Brooklyn.


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Classified 1-BEDROOM apts. $12 per I SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2\ 1963 PAGE' 13
week. 'Free water. Extermination BUILT deluxe duplex,
.. servicE, and ntalntenance- 2 bedrooms each side. Two tile FOR SALENICE '': ..... '' ''i
Ph 633-2429. baths. Beautifully landscaped, 3 r o ., .$ to \ .. :f
FOR RENT years! young. Small downpay- BIG S-beclroorru: Open Sat MAID. Live In 5& days, steady, :
BEAUTIFUL 2-bedroom dii- ment? FHA terms available. and Sunday. See 755 NW 44th I
plex, stove and refrigerator. Owner lives rent free. To see St. This home is lovely Inside light cooking. Two school child. :
E. PICARD Good location quiet. Adults call 634-6333, owner. Only $,995 total. $300 down, rent Own room, TV;JE"1-3184. (,
Rental Agency only Ph 633-2429. t lms. See A. JCen-Korl: Realtorat 1
Rental collections, property lovely homes for sale at reason new location 714 NW 62nd' COUPLE. Place to live, work
management, real estate DUPLEX furnished 2-bedroom OPEN. See 714 I tfW 62nd St. St. Nltes .Phono. PL--J,5533. the-. usband..! OX 13001. *:; t I
020 NW 8th St. FR7-2902 apt. Adults, will take small New office location of A. Ben- Days 7543131. .
child UP to 3 years old. MU Kori, Realtor.. We have some MEN, WOMEN. Jobs
FURNISHED efficiencies 1.0325. lovely homes for sale ae reason- $8,500 total. CBS $250 down. Enrollment now open for''CivilService ,
utilities able prices. On 62nd St. across $74 month pays all. You have preparation. Train' with
Included. $12.50 I
a week. WANTED from Jackson's Dept. .. tore. two to choose from. Open Saturday an established school Write.
G20 NW 8th St FR 7-2902.
... RIDE on Mondays for day worker Nites/PL O- 533. Days 75433411.LOVELY and Sunday. See 1701 NW Budget Training P.O. Box 7021,
from Liberty City, or down 42nd St. Drive by 1754 NW 42nd Miami 55 or call G61-Q640, for
FURNISHED or unfurnished town, to South Dade, near 112th "home. St. Good condition and big In appolnment.! ; rttrs&i L \ m
Sat. and
( apts. In area. 2 St. and 67th Ave Call MO Sun. See Open side. See A. Ben-Korl, Realtor
utilities 4021 NW
bedroom all $21, 2 bed 6-4908 from 0 to 9, Manor Park Ave. at new location, 714 NW '62nd DEMONSTRATORS. Party plan
room $18, 1 bedroom, ,$15. Call CARE fenced corner area.lot.CBS Oak on floors large, I St. Nltes 9-5533. Days 7543131. I for new romantic Haitian Tropical ,
NE, 4-0500.. Itldf Will keep children Fla room, garage. See A. Ben- ,Parties. Car a necessity., Ap
-- In my home. Pick: up and Korl, Realtor, at new location. 2481 NW 43rd St. Come see this ply' Mon. thru Wed. 2 to 5 p.m.
EFFICIENCY donwtbwn area. delivery. OX 18805. Airs J{. 711 NW 02nd St. Phone PL unusual custom Uullt CBS 2 8375 NE 2nd Ave., Miami.
All utilities. $13 week. Call Dozier 0-5533 nltes. bath, 2 bedroom. If you have
Days 754-3131.
,.., $500& down. It's
NE 4-0500. F9 --- a bargain. Largo YOUNG MOTHER desires lady
lot, mango, limes, cherry hedge. as mother's helper. Room and
NICE 2-BEDROOM home In Owner on premises. board, small salary I;L 4-CG38. .

Opa-locka. The Bunche Park Edison
area. Closed In fence and nice SpecialsOpen
surroundings. For Informationcall
NA 1-OG51. F2 Sunday 1 to 5:30 Announcing The Reopening of

CLEAN ROOM. All house 886 N.W. 74th Street

bath.privileges.NE 5-5283 Private entrance, $72 MONTH PAYS ALL SHADDIE'S TAVERNCor.
Exceptionally clean 2
bedroom CBS. Fla. room, car
ROOM In private home for porte.. Only $500 down. FHA terms. Total $11,500.
couple or two men. Call after 68th St. and 15th Avenue
G p.m. OX 1-1196* 1352 N.W. 42nd Street


Private entrance private bath. CBS 2 bedrooms, Fla. room. Only $350 down, FHA
wall to wall carpet, large closet. terms. No closing c .b. Total $11,000. SAM AND GLADYS ANDERSON
1859 NW G9th St.

NICE, CLEAN, spacious room

in Phone comfortable OX 6-502G private after 6 p.m.home. 175 N.W. 62nd Street PL 1.2441 Come Out and say Hi to "Sam"

NICE, CLEAN furnished
Formerly at the Rockland Palace
vate room. Hot and cold water.
Cooking privileges, low rent.
1817 NW Cth Ct. Phone 634-3177. Opportunity to, live FREE! Enjoy the same friendly atmosphere at

NICE ROOM In private home. Nearly new corner duplex
Hot and cold water, In quiet Only $1,500 down. ''Easy terms Shaddie's Tavern as In the past
vicinity, 2129 NW 57th St.
Close-in 1400 block on N.W. 51st Terr.
Cold Beer Wine
Soft Drinks
for rent. 353 NW Oth St. Phone Colored) properties specialist
FR 3.1021
3795948. Day or
week. Arthur Solomon, PL 1-7492
If .,.

electric] stove and refrigerator 234 Bisc. Blvd. Healtoro FR 1-3592 FINEST SELECTION IN MIAMI
3130 NW CGth St., apt. 1. HI

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nice area near shopping,
block to bus. Prefer lady or
working couple. Privileges Ph. MARY'S HOUSE OF BEAUTY

532 N.W. 2nd AVE. FR 3-9239 TERMS LESS THAN RENT
2-IJEDROOM house. All rooms
newly painted. Hot and cold 1364 NW 44th Street
water. Kitchen fully equipped. Is proud to welcome back once more
Large yard with patio. Suitablefor total down decoriit.\ ,
$350 Not
payment. more. Just '
doctor or nice family, 2750 MR. J. DALLAS ROBINSONWho '.
NW GOth St. Owner OX 62392. ed. $10,800 total. 2 Fla. room. $75 per month.0 .

PRIVATE bedroom home completely say Truth is Beauty and Beauty is Truth, and - ',s;I'

furnished In quiet neigh with each hair-do you will receive FREE a protein _.
borhood. For further Information t re alt' men t that will last for the first two weeks only. 1050 NW 46th Street

apply at 1867 NW 58th St. Dallas specializes in hair coloring, permanents, weaving
cutting and all kinds of scalp and) hair treatment.So CBS beauty, Fla. room, carporte, 67x110 lot. $13,500,
$14 PER WEEK, three bedroom
$450 $77 month. Nicest in town.
call for appointment
unfurnished duplex. 1365 NW your
58th Terr. III G-12GG. -0-

$lG PER WEEK. Six room un ... . ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5220 N.W. 8th Avenue
furnished house. 3380 NW 52nd
St. HI
6-12GG. WYNNCHESTER HOME CALIFORNIA STYLE 3 bedroom beauty CBS, completely furnished. Move,

7nr NW 52nd St. Corner duplex. right in, no qualifying, no waiting. $13,900 total. ..
bedroom, nicely furnished. $22 MANOR PARK 4 YOU
weekly or $90 a month. Utilities --0-- :,//1'

757-0619 extra. No after children 3:30: or or pets.-anytime Ph. 1083 NW 74th Street ,1'--1;

weekends.'r bedroom, 2'' bathroom, Fla. room. Will finance. CBS beauty, completely re-decorated, hardwood
Low down payment, no qualifying. See Sunday. floors, tile roof. $400 total down. $77 month.'I
HOUSE AND ROOM near shop
. NE center 4.5711.FURNISHED. 2141. NW 65th St. 4821 N.W. 16th Avenue 1000 NW 75th Street :

APT. with yard. CHESTER C. WYNNE"MANOR Huge corner house, 2 baths and huge Fla. room.'"
Reasonable call OX 1-2426. Newly decorated. $13,000 total. $400 down, $80 per
month. Partly furnished. Stove and refrigerator.
COUPLE furnished apt. -
In Richmond Heights area. Call ---0--
PL 8-7086 after 3 1.6902
p.m. .
781 NW 78th Street
FURNISHED efficiency. Private . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . .

water.entrance. Free lights-\ and <:.'... A M M..YR..MA MLXA A "Live rent free." Beautiful CBS duplex, 2 bedroomand

1 bedroom, tile roof, hardwood floors, and

FURNISHED 2-room apt. near Sister Star Genuine Indian Reader porch $14,500 total. $450 down.
Grandway ,
and buses for one
person or a young couple. 1225
NW__ 56th St. 757-8228.. All readings $1.00. See Her. She has god-given powerto

heal and solve all problems NEWS REALTY
One bedroom completely
furnished. Good sur FREE Lucky,Charms and Blessed Oils from India
roundings. .$16 week. Applyat
1934 NW 58th per St. NE 58915. Take bus 26. Get off at N.W. 70th fit. and 7th AT..Walk \Vz (The Broker That Work For You)

LARGE furnished 2bedroomapt. blocks to her door. 4600 NW 7th Avenue PL 4-0655

lent. 1750 NW 12th Ave; Conven 901 N.W. 79th Street Ph. 757-9328 (Open Sunday)
to buses and shopping
area Can be Sat. and Sun. .
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I entertainment, that of move- I the one million mark behind
t ment. When Little Willie John him. This dynamic little man : .
I and Davey Dizzy Jones decided is now in the process of completing -
I) to combine their versatility this arrangements with a ,
t dimension was automatic . al- recording firm to do a tune es-
ready this merger is provingto pecially written for "Willie and
be a phenominal success. Dizzy" to record.At j
The idea was conceived after rehearsals several renowned IftW1U.
several "song battles". This critics stamped it as an 1m-
duo engaged to the delight of will surpass that of one of his
audiences in and around Miami. million sellers . "Fever." e
With similar song styles and "Little John," partner in this
movement, when these two combine newly launched career Davey '
forces . like spontaneous "Dizzy" Jones, Is dually knownfor L4 ] 7 ;
combustion, something has his successes as a terrific ,
to give; in this case it is listen "Mood" saxophone player and
er emotion. Like the stirring singer. Neither copies the otherin
message of a dynamic minister, style, it Just seems to have of r o
people will slowly but surely come out that way. Dizzy, like r.r
erupt emotionally when these John has made several hit re
combined talents are thrown to cordings. He is a "natural" with
them. the ballads or blues. Their
... alikeness even reaches into the
; realm of photography . Theyare
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tain, these two personable Wedding bells rang: Dec. 23 are Rev. Macon' Cecil Lewis,
young men should go far in this ( HouseThe
Cleve Grier, Thomas Armbrister Dugie's
business The for J. Wallace Robinson and I
unique merger.
David Mundy (ring bearer),
Benita Kay Munday, daughterof house of'clean rooms
fans have accepted it, the agentsare
Mr and Mrs. Carolyn
Rev. and Mrs Otis Mundy,
privately watching, and the 1G75 NW 5th Ave. Freeman, Oona L. Toliver, JoyY. Open 24 hours NE 4.3851
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Mundy, Evelyn
ing attention in their direction. The couple were married by (flower girl) and little Reba Seeing is BelievingSee
With success on the horizon, Rev. W. J. Macon at the homeof Toliver with the bottle.-Adams* us for dean rooms
with the well wishes of all music Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel foto.. Jamaica Dugie, always a
lovers, dame fortune stands Vaughns, 1720 NW 57th St.
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Little Willie John, small in
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born talent. At 25 he has al
ready reached heights performers
twice his age have failedto I .11
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College Runs Smoothly Address Miami Council South{ I SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1963 PAGE' IS

Quietly and unobstrusively, Operating under" the Jurisdlc- Ella Moncur SpeaksAt Opa-locka Buys Land 1
school integration in one of the Fred "Rocket Ship" Hanna of
most effective and ?oLS the Dade County School Station WMBM
encouraging has been 'selected :: Masonic Opa-locka taxpayers voted
manners, proceeds without in College'i Is Dade County Junior by the South Miami Youth Banquet Tuesday 653-517 to uphold the
cident at this city"s Dado Coun., financed by local taxes Council to deliver the installa purchase of the 89-acre tract of
ty Junior College. ; witiorl fees and stat grants. tion address during their installation Mrs. Ella Moncur, instructorand land at NW 151st St. between
registration expected to services Sunday, vice president at the Sunlight 22nd and 27th aves.
Of the 0,000 students attend. leap from its Current 6,000 to March 3rd at Mt. Olive Baptist School of Beauty Culturewas The surplus land was purchased
ing, at least 250 are Negroes. All 8,000 next Semester, the outlookConstantly Church. South Miami. from the General Services -
pursue the same academic stu for 1967 Is generally anticipated Mr. Hanna, a member of the one of the guest speakers Administration for $720-
dies which, along with active to reach 10,000. staff of the new WMBM has at the International F. and A. 000.
participation: as members of the become a favorite with many M. Masons and Eastern Star's
Florida Junior planning for the listeners the fifth annual building fund hn
College Athletic on popular Fred
a full scholarship nuet held Saturday at the
Conference, Include program "Rocket Shipp" Hanna
mutual show of
par. Is being Knights Pythias
offered James E. Scott
ticipation In basketball, base. groes on the to Ne. and is a favorite both on and Community Cen
hall, golf, tennigymnasticsand white students.same level as off the air. ter. And Calanthe

swimming. It's not being their student activities Along, mutual with Also on hand will be McKinley In Mrs. Moncur's message she Chancellor Counsellor meetIng -
shouted: from the rooftops, buta "Crown Prince" Williams of said that she
attendance In cafeteria, brows. hoped more men was held Sunday, January
few Negro teachers are In. ing together through the same the will Crown Prince show who would train themselves to earn 27 at the home of Sir and Mrs.
structing mixed classes. college book store, students at deliver the certificate of their fair share: of the billion Walter L. Belle, 14430 Graves
Dade office to the newly elected off! dollar beauty industry.
County Junior Drive. The next meeting will
Situated College
on 238-acre
a cers and
tract Rev. Alfonza C. Mozell
finding that be Feb 10 at the home of Sir
integrated educa I
as a government grant director of news and communi. "Men are leading the beauty
tion Mrs. Samuel Glenn 3282
in and
the college is currently on a the South Is, Indeed, no ty relations, who will be masterof industry in other areas, and NW 52nd St. ,
building and beautification program longer a farfetched possibility, ceremonies. she would like to see them add The Deputies meeting will Ha
which in July, 19G3 will but an actual fact The public Is cordially Invited their talents to this lucrative held Jan.,30, at the home of Sir
locate its new buildings in an to attend the services that field. and Mrs. George T. Cash 3567

feet.area measuring of 194,000{ 1004. square.n. .now. .. D.L_ n_ _.Iuui1Gi1C will begin promptly at.3 p.m. Professor Anthonv E. Gardiner l. Grand. d_Ave.9">___"-_ ..._____ ...._ .... L__
Ariis i'nrKs iouri; i u. wa nail
t"cirKRecreation principal of Booker T.Vashlngton .
library will be dedicated,
sick member, Mrs. H. L. Williams -
Carver PTA NewsThe School was the 3185 NW 48th Terr. We
main speaker of the evening;
nil members to do
are asking
He reminded the organization
North DadeRecreation annual St. Valentine Tea pay their dues.
of its
reasons being organized :
The Bunche Park Recreation sponsored, by the O. W. Carver and urged: them to continue koyal Palm Lodge No. 84, Sir
Center I Is lumping with actlviles. High School PTA will be heldon playing a part in the betterment Abram Grace Jr., chancellor will
CenterThe The Junior boys are go'ntr Sunday, Feb. 10, from 4 to of our meet Feb. 4.
present day living: con.
Into their :Faith of Hope Lodge No. 32
second half of the 0 p.m. in the school's: auditor ditions.
adult basketball league basketball league 'game series.! ium various musical! and dra Sir Robert C. Bowens, chancellor -
moved l into its third week of The Globetrotters l lead In the matic renditions will be featur "Taking an active part in elementary will meet Tuesday, Feb. 8.
t play With the Vikings of Coconut 'Irst half by a strom and all d on the program. Guest solo education, politics volunteer Lily of the Valley Juvenile
Grove leading with 2-0 record the boys are, anxiously awaiting ist will be George W. Carter, work in Youth Hall and Court No. 58, Miss Pamela
and the Miami Knights 'heir chance to defeat them On science Instructor Mr. Carter 1 1T is visiting the sick." were some Brown, matron, will meet Wednesday
with a i-0 record Feb. 9, the County-wide ping graduate of Dorsey High-nnd of the topics Prof Gardiner.dls. :Feb. 0.
No. 18
Gleam of Lodge
the result of last week's pong tournament will be playedt Florida A and M Unlversltv. cussed W Sir Walter L. Belle, chancellor

games are: Vikings 73, AirmanAll Dade County Youth Fair. During hh four years at FAMU I The ever stimulation and vivacious will meet Thursday, Feb. 7.
Melton Robinson will HP
stars 59; Albert Sands and represent wa one of the leading solo- Blanche Galloway was Sir Robert C. Bowens," S.
Wallace Francis. led the team he boys from Bunche Park and Ists. He was alto a member of the mistress of ceremonies. Sir Walter L. Belle, C.
In scoring. Sands::; 23 and Fran- 'he girls will be announced this the U. S A. Glee Club while
Saturday.;;; Also on Feb n there he served Uncle --
ell. 10.) The Miami WarriorsWon Sam in the ---
by forfeit over the Miami 'vill be a Free-Throw Contest'n ]Medical\ Corps.
Jets. The Knights vs. AirmanAll basketball, all day lone from The puMfc is Invited to attend Got a Spare Room you want to Rent?
Stars and Jets vs. North *> a.m. until C p.m. All 5th and this affair. Mrs Elsie Wil

Dade Soccer- Boosters and basketball. Jan.- 17,.. leagues. Gth'nter grade right.- boys aWaY.. are urged to Hams"o-rhairmen and James of this Bowman annual are af Try A Miami' Times Classified) Ad

ore forming now for the girls There will be trophies given fair.Roy
tit the center. "or the Bentley, president; M I,
highest scores In Dade
Bannerman, principal.
The girls and boys are getting County. FOR YOUR GROCERY AND
ready for a countyvldo\ ping
touri il lfit which will be In the near future the date
held February.1 We are havNuj for our awards program will Meet your friends At SUNDRY NEEDS TRY A
two tournaments and the be announced. All boys and CAL'S LOUNGE ANDRESTAURANT
Winners will be entered into lrls who have won tournaments .
bounty: wide tournament. Individually'or participating HANDYMarket
Coming up Is the 2nd annual on a winning$ team will Food at Its best
Talent Show which will be held Deceive cups, certificates or rib- You have tried. the rest
Feb. 25 at 8 n.m. "om. for their efforts and good Now fry the best
will be held then North men "portsmansmp. Continuous service' from 0 n.nt Joe's ,
at Dade Check your paper each week to 1 n.m.
center Jan. 19 at 9 a.m. for new announcements, reminders 6010 N.W. 22nd Ave.
The results of the opening !=l, etc. of the activities being NE 39316Owned
games of the teenage league held at our center.
tire ;aj follows: First game, the Come out and support it.ANNOUNCEMENT and operated by AND DON'T FORGET -
lk' I-t onstrictors defeated the Jnnws nnd Nellie

tins r 25'23Er"est Burnside was t ___ &.. _
high point A
man with 10. The
second same, the Rams defeat Ora D. Taylor WISEPotato
ed the Bulldogs 35-23. The high Mr. and Mrs. Osborne Tread-
Point man of the game, was well Poltler announce the Realty
James Bornes of the losers. marriage of their daughter,
Tuesday afternoon was a big Helolse, to Edward Hubert I
day at the center. The Girls Lewis on Saturday Feb. 10, 19C3it ATTENTION loin HOME: ChipsIN
Basketball League got on the Marguand Chapel Yale Divinity BUYERS!
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SATURDAY FEBRUARY 2, 1963 1 In the women's division. Jackie
PAGE_16 3 ._ Robinson. Hall of Fame baseball .
"E ". 'j player, who captured the _
,Free Ultra Sheen ENTRIES I nien's amateur title his is not expected F1XMPTON
1 defend
"' : to crown as
Show For.Beauticians. POURING' IN FOR -: he recently had an operation on Lounge Bar'
his left knee, originally Injured HOUSE :
Monday !' NORTHSOUTHGOLF durTihis football days at
UCLA"an.d recently hurt again. C .:
Johnson Products Co., Inc.rof
Chicago, III., and William J. TOURNEY Pete Brown, the pro winnerin 'Barry Sinco Invites you to a' party
1866 and '61 and third last WITH -
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year, also former National Ne .J X
tributors of beauty supplieswith
2nd been received for the 10th an gro champion, iss another entry ROY HAMILTON
offices at 7211 NW Ave. B
nual Golf Tournament, Feb. |2 along with Zeke Hartsfield, the
PL will the Ultra
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present! 22 at Miami Spring Golf course 1954 victor. *
Sheen Educational Clinic for Mitchell, The Golden Boy
according to Ray tourney .
The will'divide fora
beauticians at the air-condition.ed pro $3,000
director. Melody Never Walk Alone U
Ebb Tide Unchained!
beautiful of trophies ,
Knight Beat Club of the Sir array v>
..John,. Hotel. 276 NW 6th St. Monoy cated Among may.those'>wlll who,compete'havejndi-are The Sir John Hotel Is tournament :: : Z
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artist of Baltimore, :Md., dem < ; .. New Uif'
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