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Publication Date: February 9, 1963
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40th YEAJR, No. 24 MIAMI, FLORIDA, ,SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9.. 1963 16 PA CQ. ::::::... TFN. :.. .NTQ. ....
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Delaware Congressm an Complains . .


Powell's Free Spending First Negro Supervisor I


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Criticized in SenateAdam V ; at Miami Post Office '


I Hagen E. Eason recently'ape

Clayton Powell (D., man" Americans would chooseas I I pointed Biscayne Vehicle Annex,Dispatcher is the first at YA A"Y

NY.) and the U. S. Senate gota an example for their child I Negro,to hold a supervisory job

"face-washing" in the SenateTuesday ,,ren. in the local Post Office. ,
when John. J. Williams !
The, Housing land Home Finance His' parents and their seven .h
(CR., Del.) protested Agency has approved sons moved from their- native'
against what he termed "the
Reddsvllle, Ga. to Vidalia where
loose manner in which the administration loans totaling $10,838,000 to
Hagen attended and I
,has been shoveling Powell and others for a housing his completed
high school
construction and hotel education at Ii
the purchase
tax-payers' money to Congressman Dixon
Adam Clayton project although, Williams said, Training School. He enrolled i,
Powell." the project's costs have been %i -j at Tuskegee's School of
computed at only $8,588,000.He Agriculture, but came to Miami
Powell heads the House Committee on a visit in 1042 and has remained
on Education and Labor. said the administration .
also endorsed legislation which Carroll Files For
Williams said the State De- would have exempted one of the He began'working in the Post
partment "financed Mr. Powell's hotel properties; the 2400 in Office as a garageman. Attrac f
European vacation with lady Washington, from District of Legislature More tive Doris Harris, a Postal Employee
friends" last summer. Columbia real estate taxes as ; whom he met his first
long as the Powell own year here was responsible for
group
The Department of Health, ed it.The. Names In HopperEarl his, decision to stay in Miami.
Education and Welfare made a
"questionable" $250,000 outright Treasury Department and In 1943 he married this nativeof
Powell the Internal Jackson Carroll, a substitute Cocoa and of
grant to and some associates Revenue Service granddaughter
last August to develop a were also charged by Williams teacher at Booker T. Presiding Elder F. A. Harris of ----1 ......_";
nucleus for a domestic peace with not collecting from Powell Washington High School, became the AME Church. The couple p.m. 7 a.m.
corps not yet approved by Congress delinquent taxes for the years the first Negro to qualify live at 1501 NW 74th St.
and to combat juvenile 1919-55 inclusive. It is said that for the Florida Legislaturesince Eason's lIe, is a member of'the NAPE;,
first
delinquency. Williams said Powell owes $41$15.15 in taxes Reconstruction when he promotion to Postal employees' organizations:
Powell is "not the caliber of and tax penalitles. filed on Monday for Group 4 in he truckdriver was in 1015. In 1951 and of the Northwest Jaycees,
Dade County. advanced to tractor-trailer YMCA, NAACP, Urban League.
operator. This last
Carroll of 535 NW 13th St.. is has made him a supervisor.promotion He and Church.the Mt Tabor Baptist:
I. Contest i a Korean War veteran and has directs the activities Fishing and boating are'
to air: of 25 mail his hobbles. His present work"schedule
'Fix-up'
City Sponsor
worked as a clerk in the Veterans truck drivers, the mail handlers makes it impossible
Admlnistrntlrm. J.f" hna n\ !n and is
> responsible for the lower
Miami's "Operation Fix-Up" Building blank from the Miami worked'i as a n i playground> "'supervisor floor for the first tour, 10 ties for him with to thQ continue Boy Spouts* his activi
Committee is sponsoring a Dept., 3319 Pan Amerl here
.,. unique contest for city residents. can Drive, Miami 33. --
lie was recently named by
The committee seeking an Contest deadline is March 15. Gov. Farris Bryant to the Committee
Club-Women ,
old;* rundown house-iwhlehr it #&Judgesv\vlll: be chosen from on Employment for the to i Lay i oI) t\ V
can use for one year free, of members the Mortgage( Dank Physically Handicapped.
charge. In exchange for the use ers Association, Greater Miami
of the home, the committee Manufacturers Association, the Carroll says he is running asa Plans Here Fefc>ruary 16-17
plans to have it renovated and Miami Woman's Club, American "People's Candidate" with no .
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opened to the public as a modelof Institute of Architects, Builder's necessary ties to any organiza The Southeastern Federation .. .
what can be done to improve Association, Board of Realtors tion. of Colored Women's Clubs, Inc. ',
property., and the Plumbing Industry Program Miami's 'OldestResident
Local political groups are ex- comprising eight southern states Y
The property must be within pected to announce two or three will hold a planning session In
the cIty' limits and must be vacant It is expected Simon said I Negro candidates before the Miami, Feb. 10.17 at Hampton Hits 117

for otte;.year, according to that these and other groups Feb. 15 deadline. Among names House Motel and Villas to complete __ ..___..,_._ J
Herbert tee Simoncommittee will donate their time and equipment 'being considered arc the Rev Patsy
chairman. to renovate the contest Edward T. Graham, Charles R. details for the 22nd biennial Evans, Miami r
Residents who feel, their property house in exchange for public Hadley, Neal Adams and Atty. convention to be held July oldest citizen
qualifies can obtain an ap recognition. Harold Braynon. 2f-30 in the Florida metropolis. celebrated her
!117th
birthday
Presiding'during the,two days on Mbnday'Wltrr

l meet will he Mrs. Mamie B. a .cqke: ,; covered

Reese of Albany, Ga., president ,wnhcandles.Mri.;{ ? .
y Who anticipated the presence of t''Evans
w approximately 100 women for lives; with 'her
this executive session.; The con. ," '{';J. daughterat,1700> ,

ventlon proper In July will at 1/0>,, ', tlr , ,0th Ct.
tract 500 women from Alabama,
Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, Shell'+ $ :mill in good health, but
North Carolina, South Carolina, her eycMlght Is beginning) fall.
Tennessee and Virginia.

Tentative convention plans

provide for appearance of some Miamians Invited
of the nation's top representa-
tlve in a variety of fields of

service. ". to Attend White
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Special features:will, 'include
Individual i report 'of'state, des-
cribing activities and achievements House Reception '
over the past two years;
youth oratorical meet; art 'and Three Miamans and their
,
crafts displays; press" breakfast; wives received invitations this
week from President and Mrs.
awards/ night btinquet; produc
Kennedy to attend
lion of Centennial souvenir a reception
journal in. recognition, ot'the ,at. the White House on Feb. 12.

3 3Y i 00th anniversary of the signing Invited'are Attorney and Mrs.
of the Emancipation Proc- Henry ArrIngton, I Garth C.
lamtion, and a post convention Reeves, managing editor of the
trip to Nassau.Florida Miami Times; the Rev Edward

clubwomen T. Graham, minister of the Mt.
heading Zion Baptist Church: and
the local planning presIdent
group are
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of the Interdenominational
Mrs. Louise '
El Taylor, Belle Ministerial Alliance.
Glade, president of the Florida
'\f Association of Women's. Clubs; The reception will be held
Mrs. Algernon Bolen, Ft. Pierce, Tuesday from 0 to 7 o'clock in i
". past .state president; and Mesdames honor of the 100th aJniversary
""" Elizabeth Curtis and of the Emancipation Proclama
Myrtle Davis of the Miami Federation lion, and President l' Lincoln's!

of clubs, birthday,
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Sigma Gamma Rho Sorors slogan ::"Greater Service-Great I Allene Taylor, Bernice Sawyer, ThP Southeastern Federation

planning their "Sigma er Progress. Jane Lewis, Evelyne Mincy, la affiliated with the National
busy
are Association of Women's Clubs The second Negro candidate
Eugenia Williams Ivls K. John.
Week Activities. This year's Pictured from left to rightare of which Mrs. Rosa L. Cragg I for the Fla. Legislature., since
theme Is "Training son, Grace Smith Verneka 811* and Mrs. Reese ., Reconstruction-t *
national Sorors Sarah A. Cherry, : are president \days, qualified
Community LeaderShip -I' va, Elizabeth Espy Curtiss, and first vice president. Persons 'for the House Wednesday.
South for I basileus; Hazel Lucas Grant, Autherine Strapp and Velva
," in keeping with their Vadye Morse, Azelina Plnkney, Hurd. planning to attend may make Ernest D. Jackson; Jackson
; Reservations at Hampton House. vllle
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. I I SQUIRE WINS I Bethune College Dean _I>

'pAGE 2 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1963 SCIENCE AWARD Dr: Paul A. Dlggs, dean of for of women at Betnune-Cook.

Winning the Bausch and Lomb men at Bethune Cookman College man College.

Rev. Seized Award from Booker T. Washington died Wednesday, January
Clennon
I King High School for the year. 30th at the Veterans Hospital, Free Ultra Sheen
was Stanley Dale Squire. II I where he had beena
I Lake City, Show ForBeauticians
For NonSuuortThe This award, a handsome I patient for less than 24 hours.

- bronze medal provides approprl. : He suffered a stroke last: week MondayJohnson
Rev. 'Clennon King who never got off the ground, as ate recognition to senior students :' taken to Halifax District Products Co.. Inc.
has had a string of difficulties King could raise only $217 of a within the highest scholastic and was of
dating back to an abortive at $7,500 campaign fund. standing in science sub- : Hospital, where he remained Chicago 111., and William J.
tempt in 1959 to enter the Uni Following his arrest here on j jects. I until Tuesday, when he wentto O'Brien and Co., Wholesale distributors -
of
versity of Mississipppi last the fugitive warrant from San the Veterans hospital beauty supplies
7211
week arrested here in fugi Diego County Calif. with officers at NW 2nd
was ,
King was 9
in Frederick
born
was 9-2766( will
Dr. Dlpgs PL ,
Ave., present
tive warrant for non-support of released under
$1,500 bond
has beena
1 and
Educational
Maryland Ultra Sheen Clinic
his children. awaiting California authorities
Florida for 40
resident of beauticians at the
for conditioned
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to return him
to that
state. He
King also announced in I960 is accused of failing to d years. He came to Bethune- l Knight: Beat Club of
his candidacy for President of for minor children. provide Cookman as Dean of Men in the Sir John Hotel, 276 NW 6th
the United States on an independent King, 42, was recently expelled 4 St. Monday, Feb. ,11 from 10
Afro-American Unity from the newly independent 1959.Dr.. veteran of a.m. to 5 p.m. Featured dt the
Diggs wan a
Liberation Party ticket and suggested nation of Jamaica where he 7, aMf I member of Phi clinic will be Carolyn Murray,
World War a
that former Vice President had sought political asylum. and of comb curl artist of Baltimore,
: Beta Sigma Fraternity
Richard M. Nixon would One of the first Negroes to t } Methodist Md. demonstrating the com
Memorial
Stewart
lie his running mate Nixon., seek admittance to the Univer- Beach. plete Ultra Sheen line.
however was unaware or versity of Mississippi King , p Church, Daytona Many money saving deals will
King's plans. The campaign was seized by authorities and Survivors include his wife, lie: available at this clinic only.
held in a mental institution for Mrs. Elizabeth Diggs, counsel Admission: is free.
some time until the NAACP
TV Emmy AwardsTo spearheaded a campaign for his '

be PresentedThe release.Prior to the Mississippi incident 1 S:: Senior Students
King had been ousted rM1/ .;N(

PTA of Booker T. Wash from Alcorn after students ,' '/" DADE COUNTY HIGH SCHOOLS
ington High School presents there demonstrated against his 1.,< :y'a,,:, 'v' ;,' a....., ,
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pro-segregation pronouncements .. r -0-
The Television Awardson '
Friday night Emmy, FeW. 8 at 8 King had been-a history professor I I,).'1:1"j...f1-ti1).f; : t, ":J tStanley >
1< ,
o'clock in the Booker T. Wash at Alcorn.Friendship. '','.: ;t .:&':,j, ,', '<'f' i /'(' .' EARN YOUR OWNSCHOLARSHIPS

ington auditorium. Club To is eligible l to competefor I

Starring will be Quentin L. science scholarships, sponsored -
North as Bob Hope; Miss Arra- Honor 3 MembersThe by Dausch and Lomb at
bell Harris as Pearl Bailey; the University of Rochester.
Jacquelyn Tooks as Nina SI- Friendship Garden and Throughout the United States CALL FR 3.2236
Civic Club will honor its three annualaward
mone; Mrs. Gloria B. Robinsonas educators recognize the
Carol Burnett; Ted Johnsonas outstanding charter members, as evidence of superior -------0 --- ---
Jackie Gleason; Mrs. Mildred Mrs. Albertha Carey, Mrs. Flora scientific aptitude.As .
Strachan and Mrs. Annie M.
Saxon Marva Beck as Gloria and the Lynn June; Miss Twine for their many years of far back as he can remem- Miami Times Christian Hospital Scholarship Fund
Tay
lor Dancers. loyal service to the club and ber, Stanley has been interestedin I
the community. science. Even Before he start. -
The special feature is the The beautiful Dunbar Ele ed elementary school, he would
Beverly Hillbillies presented mentary cafetorium will We the mix in the kitchen, medicine
bv the parents featuring Leon place for this gala affair Friday cabinets or any other place that
Kelly as Jethro and Jethrine Feb. 15 at 8 p.m; was convenient. DOMESTICS REGISTER NOW
Mrs. Mary Reeves playing the
The Lantana
part of Pa, Mrs. Mary Dell as Project Is pro- Serving now as president of
Granny and many other pa gressing nicely. The flowers are the Senior Class, Stanley Is alsoa Due to the scnson now opening we arc urgently in needof
and will be
kept the
rents.A. home potted of Mrs. Marjorie Wake.at member of the Boy Counselors cooks, housekeepers, nurse maids, chauffeurs, butlers,
Ayers president. newspaper staff, Negro His-
Mrs. Iona H. Dukes, presidentBARKLEY'S tory Club, and serves in the ca housemen and couples. Also good day workers, live In and

parity of laboratory assistant. out positions.

Lately Stanley has taken an
CUT-RATE
STORE"THE interest in
photography. He has MARY LEE AGENCY
also dabbled in taxidermy, rock
FRIENDLY STORE WITII TUB WARM WELCOME'\ collection painting, scale model
141 N.E. 3rd Ave. Room 1204 Phone 379-2386
1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 42376Dolls things.planes and countless other


from $3.08 to $11.98 Old Spice Cologne Stanley plans to major In "'" .,
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Bleach and Glow'Cream 75* For Mon $1.25 chemistry or biology teaching
Old 07 Bergamont Hair Wrisley French Lilac these subjects !in a school of
Dressing 50* and $100 Bath 011 $1.50 secondary; education. Stanley FORD REAL ESTATE SPECIALSDrive
Straightening' Congestaid Room has not selected a college to
Comb 70* to $2.98 Vaporizer' reg. $2, only 31.89 pursue higher education.DR. .
Hair' Coloring 35* to $1.25 Royal, Keno and Po-Ke-No by these homes, then come by our office. We
will help you with the financing.
TOYS AND GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONSOPEN M. RADIN
1-1841 N.W. 42nd Street $400 down $80.84 Mo.
DAILY AND SUNDAY 8 A.M. to 10 P.M. Sunday 10 a.m. 12 noon
Beautiful 3-bedroom, 2 bath home., FHA terms
Obstetrics
JOHN A. McMINN, Owner
Can also be
used as income property. See Mr.
General Practice Shelly here Sunday 1 to 6 p.m

1159 NW 3rd Ave. 2-2124 N.W. 47th Terrace
Painless' Office Treatment of $350 down

'SS- Pone 374-1419 4-bedroom, well ,kept home. Good for large fam-
RUPTURE PILESRectal ily Call and ask for Mr. Kroll.
Open dally 0 a.m. 8 p.m.TONIGHT '
Diseases' Varicose' Veins, Pro- 3-1402 NJW. 45th Street $995 down
state-No lost time-Discard Truss I'
Upon Correction of Rupture. 2 homes for the price of one. Corner lot, furnish-

DR. LONG'S CLINIC.. ed. Call Mr. Maury for this one.

1535' aW. 1st St-PR. 32748. A general health service' 4-720 NW. 74th Street-FHA terms. One monthly

payment. See this 3-bedroom, 2 bath home. Open
1 to 6. Drive ,by this and ask for Lou Stepenoff.

Investigate Without Obligation 5-1361 N4W. 44th Street $200 dbwn

LUXURIOUS NEW 2-bedroom home.

Care-Craft School for Nurses Aids ACCOMMODATIONSSeact room. Call and ask Carporte for Mr. -Milton Florida for this$22 home.week


Fall and Winter Classes Now FormingTen / 6-1522 2-bedrooms NJW. ,42nd Florida St. room.$400 down $68.95 Mo.


Weeks Course Day or Night

REGISTER NOW 780 NW? 55th St. 1-bedroom Apt. $15 week

1320 NW 60th St.
2-bedroom
Apt.
$18 week
141 N.E. 3rd Ave., Rm. 1204 FR.9-7357 DOG TRACK

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RICHMOND HTS. THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.

City to Get 900 TO BE CITEDAS SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1963 PAGE 3




Public Housing Units COMMUNITYThe MODEL Fisk President Turns .1.. ..

Richmond Heights Com ,
\ Low, Rent Apts MHA munity Is planning; a gala: celebration L'. "
said the MHA next week when this -
Sofge sought
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\'I To Ease the f funds after requests from South Dade area will be present. Down U S Post ,." .:;
Miami: and Dade County for ed an award for "Outstanding ,
1I low-cost housing. Achievement" as the model com "\'
I UnemploymentA munity in Dade County with the NASHVILLE,_Tenn. :- (ANP),appointment. \:',:i
The units are designed for lowest ratio of crime and Juvenile - Dr. Stephen J. Wright, president Libya In North Africa, Is a ::;
large families with low Income, delinquency. The award of Fisk University has ,. I"'
Mohammadan country, largely
12-mllllon-dollar federal and 78 per cent of the units will will be presented by Sheriff T .
housing program for Greater be three, four and five bedroom A. Buchanan and the Metro turned down an offer of a Presidential desert and land with a popular ,. '.",'ry
:, Miami was announced last Friday S. tion of little more than one '
apartments. Dept. of Public Safety. appointment as U. skinned Africans ,.'y i,
million light '
by Mayor Robert King ambassador to Libya, it was disclosed
High. The buildings will be owned This unique and unusual hon here last week. which became independent In :f :
First chance at the new apart. and administered by the MHA or will be received at a public 1051. .." ':.it.\1 tl.
ments will be given to families and rentals averaging about meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 12 at lIe was asked recently by an .<.: :
displaced by construction of the $40 a month will be basedon 7:30: p.m. In the Frank C. Martin aide to President Kennedy to
North-South Expressway and the ability to pay. School, BORKS; Drive. take the post, according to reliable Letter to Editor I
the urban relewal project in the reports.
Central Negro District. Sanitary sewers will be supplied Among the Invited guest Congratulations Garth ,_
by Metro. Talks are under sneakers are Metro Commission Wright, asked for comment,"
Construction will begin in I way to obtain water from the Chairman Joe Boyd, Commis. said the Kennedy administration Reeves on behalf of myself and!
three to six months, the mayor I Miami Water and Sewer Depart-. sioner Hughlln Long, Circuit wants the spot filled with. Mrs Cherrye Mills Boyer. I
ment. Judge Henry Balabnn Dr. Joe in a few weks. would like to offer congratulations ,
said.High j
added that the city of Hall and others. A fine musical
Miami will direct the construction program by selected young talent "This would have been earlier to you on your election as I
but the work will be paid Knights of Pythias under the direction of Elmo than a replacement could be president of the Dade County
for with federal money obtained Sparks, will enliven the evening.Mrs. made at Fisk," said Wright. Young Democratic Association.
by the Miami Housing Au And Calanthe The Nashville educator said It Is a wise:; and timely tribute.I .
thority. he owes It to the Fisk Board of cannot think of a man who I Ii
"This is a program to put all Chancellor Counsellor meet- Truestees to give "proper no- i would have been a better choice. '
our unemployed to work' High Ing will be held Sunday, Feb. lo
tice" before offer
said. He added that orderly development at the home of Sir and Mrs. accepting any : We regret that because of our ;
service other-
of both the expressway George T. Cash, 3567 Grand ave. T- diplomatic or .I regular activities on Tuesday
wise.
and the renewal projects at 3 p.m. Tr night at Youth Hall we were unable
be facilitated by the new Rose of Sharon Lodge No. 22 .,w+ Wright said the increasing role to attend the installation
housing. Sir Menry Smith, chancellor, being played by African nations ceremony.
MHA Director will meet Feb. 0. In International affairs, and the We wish you much success '
Haley Sofge: Rose of Sharon Court No. 23, challenge of being an ambassador and pledge our cooperation. I
the
said new, low-cost units will
Mrs. Malissla Harris counsellor, to one of these countries
act as a safety valve for the will meet Monday, Fell. 11. made it difficult to decline the Blanche Galloway !
population pressures created by Royal Palm Lodge No. 84, I
land clareance for the express? Abram Grace Jr., chancellorhas
way and urban renewal. pro. a sick member. We are ask
jects. ing all Pythians and Calanthe to
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The 900 new units will accommodate h.l
remember their dues and visit ttir, 1tirREE
some 5,600 personsin the sick members, Sir Joseph t
one and two-story CBS apart. Steward, 14660 Fillmore St. 1
ment buildings: and duplexes Sir Walter L. Bell, C. ,
Sofge said. tick 1 tiW i Y X

They will be built on scattered -
sites in the area boundedby Mardi Gras
NW 27th ave. and 17th ave.
and NW 46th and 75th Sts. both Mardi Gras sponsored by the r
within the city and in unincor- Church of the incarnation 1835
porated areas of the county. NW 54th St., Feb. 22, 23, 25 and selected. Mayme Williams of, recently Dade's
Sofge said construction costs 26 on the church's grounds. The as one
10 Outstanding Women, will be
will run 10 to 12 million dollars, public is invited. mistress of ceremonies. The !
with land ascquisltion about program is being sponsored by
two million. All those who are contented all the civic and fraternal organizations DELIVERY DRUG y yII
The funds were obtained from in Richmond Ills
with this life pass like a shad
the Atlanta office of the U. S. o\r and a dream or wither like Jim Reid Is program coordinator 6750 N.W. 15th Avenue Phone 691-6651
Public Housing Administration, the flower of the field. Cervantes IIA HOLD JOLL1VKTTIC. M nffrr 1
after negotiations with the .
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.. 'At.T :SATURDAY FEBRUARY 9 1D63MMn I cards pledging to deepen their spiritual
_. -* asked for detailed information about the feredl thetdlCburcb IS

w !! ; 300 for baptism and three men

I, $eves for the priesthood. SPEAKER

I The .diocese is preparing a manu Episcopal i on eV Church Thursday Feb. 14 Is a dale
the
for future use here and throughout should
everyone remember}
I can use the techttigti0 t because -
became we have learned that we it is not only St. Valeai.

-- .---.,..-- - ,I ftf muss evangelism.. tine's Day. but also the day a
htt1Ie 'at .1*-r, U Y2 :'!N. nw 'A"- :MIamI ntll"i>A-4''hnm' .. T1 ..a.22S11'R Bisbap! lanW. with the: come to Miami' to deliver the
ducte81 the C' r u a d 6 said he was' Impressed main address. at a Crusade For
cur mii-lt> ;i" t'itwa, 'id? ;" a nowt. rGARrR 1ungtr for the actufti: teaching of the Christian faith, and Voters' mass meeting. The set.
+n m:1t"M 'I+rritraafenrlw1r lire ting is In St.
the kH2! nfter to the problems of modern JoanBaptist,
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std *bfI''JUwgutea :let n+ rr.- About 45 percent of those attending were men and: 3rd Ave at
and the
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--- wire. wa* strong interest on the part of young people. article reference to Is Attorney
rnw i's Whey A. Branion, director of
( w'I"n\: 1.o4) 'Sa: O "mS $LbO- 'POI".EJQW tea.oowinYrrMl Bishop James L.: Duncan pf Miami\ was pleased with the Voted Education Project of
t"heresu1ts.. He said the Crusade has prompted diverse Atlanta Ga.
.iI- :
as W r x(11 h hers to plan, for another in two years time.
'" a..t.1Wtbudl.. T'Jdrlftw, 'Underte ant tMaJOdas.: .1876 The Voter Education Project
I II Next: In order will be Operation Doorbell. Further (VEP) which Atty. Bnmtra
I Safonnation can be given by your parish or mission auth- heads is a ipecia! program of
Pepper And: Qab&n Aid I ants es. the Southern Begtaaal Couatil
engaged in reeearch relating to
Congres inAn (Claude IT .'ppcr ref Itlorida! 1pPoarod: I the- causes for low registration
0011 the 14ri of voters in 11 sombero. ..state.
iessConicrtnce1uww'W
W ( dui.'Jme11 FLIES
I AT HAMPTON HOUSE . KITE MAN This is a eooperatite
I effort
Suns y :-niJ.ht 1o discussing HIGH
the Cuban Exiles Aid, and 3>e
4For the 3fcfuireefc.'Cwurrcssmfn:' CALLED BY NAACP NalianalU r D a &

I'eppa'is:
Cuban 'oxflcs 4ud :shmto to $he "G1 :BH1 +oi lights,'" :and I champion kite flyer, put on a and the Student IConriolent Q>.
&hhiks lit ridiculous. :" special exhibition for delegates
was j ordinattog Committee, as well
.. to the annual mid-wtnter work
local
as organizations.
Be said his mail .shoira : rtrwm fcomjilaints: from Ho- ..4;;t. shop. sponsored hero List weekend many

14.1 people: :about (Cubans '1dng1'DcrlCJ1'J1 Jobs void :3trw-> .1' ."" at the Hampton House Weldon Rougeau field secretary

\()ring the; **&t'e ncalc. 3 tyrant to Iholp! them, >ie 'luiid, but;' I't.... Motel Newspaper and Villas Publishers by the National As- for of CORE the VEP:and: is:a currently representative

bore sire :Uimits to vrhsti 'we scan X14. ; $.'iociationWoodall, in Miami "working: ; 5n voter reg
who is a native of istration.
:lIe eIievc5S the :adrnniistr&tioTi's! Mefficare 'lull ",iIl ;i Cleveland put on his spectacular

if nAA. 33c Jilso thoap-ht that :Miami Btmch iiis 4ichtinre .gong exhibition for the visitors at Attorney Branton's greatest

.'to Hand) ,the-a! Bt,3>DTnocnrtic: following the last sessionof ; desegregation df public schooli:
Johnson 'wtTn again :IKJ the Democriitic Vice President. ' the workshop, and which in Little Rock in 1957; when he

wa a highlight of a tour of the represented the IS Jfegro Pta-
'!There cortaJrily :bus Ibotsn & Hot
ourpcftjfle' losing Jobs to Cubans They jnTpftthiKe v.it11 tore has also "worked on the Free
dom Hide and SitinAmong :
the 'Cubans' : ;but tfll l !'bolieve that rihftrtty 'bcpins :tit borne: ases;

:4.Tid you -cim't ''blitme th.cm.Operanon. *T> cial attention! will be givento .ii. few bf ihe many
Boule planning. .awards; ;and honors bestowed
411] chairmen of committee upon Attn. Branttm> : .are the C.
C1eaa-1Ip for the Route lo be held In Mi. I Francis Stratford ,award T3y the
ami. July 35-20 are urged to National Bar Association at
hr'in"Tinen themeeting Oiicago 1958, the Democratic
'If you :hive ai rundown: !hoi=.+c :in:3x>ofl (wf Tccpuirs :n"11dre JO1 :mornlKJTR -nf the Seta Phi Mrs JuanJta reports Williams to Minority Conference arvrard at

""s ijJUn 't.o house iJt.f'lJ1"tl3'OJI.T.; iii nil's "'Opor&tion ZPix-I Tteta tin:Sororltr she: .Miami Inc area, nvho are are called living Pincher" i1 l1* of local Beta 'I Los Angeles in 1SS9, the Ark-

atp" nornrriittee'will teOJn 1c'trily reno.vate: Jt :and Toturn Jt, to :meet :Teh. !fl. The occasion is I Tau Zeta chapter, urges all arias for Conference: NAACP award

toyou's: iJth .SODO; tto ,$4ODD; :more than Iboforc.Di !n 'flpeclul l ;T Hts, "Wolfe<4ifm called, : by Dr.. II IIDohn"uh Zeu The to local attend boule this chairman meeting.for i the :field otrtstanatog of crr.il legal:nctrts"work in lf in 5S

grand: hair the 43rd- bcmle i< Mrs Marian H. II and on Sept 14. 29C2( Life Magazine
'IDha' 's wc"hat <( >onitipn Jrx-up ''Oormnlttoe 'offers. IOUK; nf the gornrity, I
Shannon. She is also- the cited hIm AS tme : associate
::Herbert ILoe; ( ( floheduled to 'hf' ill at S
> Simon, : Mia the l ipurpose !3s ttb ffn.hiwflljr) =dllustPiite :bow n' Hampton:rnpftlnp Anise will emi hf held\ 2.th'.Awe. 'I Southeastern: Region And State. and -wonjen in the U. :S. As yon
::run V\\J1 Tftinshrtcfcle} :hounc (con !Ihc tricnsforrofl :unto 4m : Are-el,or of Flonda I can see, one -win: (certamly missa
ties i as:; professor': at Queens: Co- treat Jrjr Jniltng !to see a nd
I :attractive 'tmro.'Whn: 3Wrs.. :Ulla 'W. Fhwr, ,'t!r cma!] :legs New York Dr. Wolfe is hear Atty: ..Brmttcm.I .
3tod'up tthe IlJluI.jJI the ''fl o1Jod.tto ttheIJic. :Tub- director Liar the Southeastern erring: a!':; Education Chief. ,; I I
Ulcpum: ''cornprlqij.Opiirptn FJorjdl. Others ton the tgopnan include -
mill Scfcture 'bt: J1niNj :Hmw 'of
TEJwch new room >a Tiicture ore z ( ,und :South 'Carrilina Representatives. She Miss Bertha Johnson, so-
4ftifl tthe (mtt. / will ,also trm'ot with the 'Grind! I'will While be in in the the city Feb S-10.. joist;; the Dorser- .Junior High
sty she Will be 11''
jqllous 'during: these aesginrrc, I ( School: : choir :and D r.: H. Franklin
IThe icomrnlttoD icoittractoTB4inaIp'liors tbai1i1h l dig at the Hompton House Val
uncpccte g .su-- Qn :lultlltlon tto this: mrct erg, :1as, WHliams, TUCC 'preBident of
? tto :fflo the -"' tree' iln Toturn *or 4idvertiHinir m oiiuum'nn -,/ the Unlrersity of Miami.me. .

sac :;}JII1Cta u. h.... ,
..Dullwill ''be :: "fprcwnttotlves itroro
% Bourd --of :IRciiltors: I UluJldors lExchimpo, ATn ricftnIlmtUtute

''of ,lArtiliittufts, 3VIortffaire IBttrikors Associtttion,L :::
'Gr l1tor :3Vlmrm JVI muJadtur0rR.ssocirftion :an 1.the Miami

Women's: (Club., II

IDontilhie rjor the' usmrte t its 3VInrch HB and tubby,

:IJOURUB ,within the city '!'linihs of 3tf iomi acre qiJigiH\c. : : ..

'ITidkdtB are tit= iUibe) :] :itluy from 3VliTmpurtmorrt IDuilillng

:'SB1D! IPum JUmoricnn IDr., Htfiami :Irn.1Jt .

''quite :Im liHen' Starry 'we writ IqunllfJ:.



:Help For .Mentally :R.etaraetl


lErtaudortt &oirn City rovorwrHjlmed "with -world iprob.B -

any:-Ront :a ijpociril rniessuge tto Cmifjress( fim 'ZTuesduj' :RUEjpeHtlnp -

\ : rrndicril l ip'ltms tfor rprevuntlnjr rniontiil iroturdirtiontto

: 11"l t, uuingtthe rnution'l monttfl tnnRe8 Un 1hriJr wvlthln tthet11m."t

'. no tto a o ,,"'
:YOUTS. ,
M'LJrr.J ( '
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rThe ipropraTn, t tbullt 4irounH IhunilreilB ''riT nww icomTnuntty five Iboortl lO'r ->tThe'oxeoue -;I .

:tend Ihorilf icarttore 'wailld noun Unto rniillions of( IUd I HdtolR8ttcluti( n !}nc"JntinnwUlr, ':'holfl, JtK 'N'(1n Jin t'tit' iM11'N! aror, :una "prfiprjeior cot Col-
; !titer 'tt'ln'Un brrr'k .McrUl1. .
mot. g ) : Oicfttcr. Tfi.3VIrs.
liars 'whon Uiilly! ihnjilomorrteti lb.y tthe :states.Aihouph Uultt iwtinwotlnBffnrttlwa innmih 'with :m Atltmtn: I ::1f1J't) MN.nc Ivtnri nro $lt'.1I'tC'd' frnm 1mn1ie McEachm, ewmd W1OLprrskiam
TYimklln: rs .H,
T '
; milntllUl[his Tieeii tto (Mild flown Fez OnHeB (C!'Neti1, ichulrmtm nf ftht honrrt,, \\ yhIngrnn. 'I'Co, 1IA.inckarm z the TOfiaa, :tm8 wnnrictress'1'aatarrcntsg \Of'I
ttrt'y and BottO :janrfolt ;;
nntl
:4it Himc 'whon fhe ttijx tcuts.'nna iVaf icits ;tmanricrar' Inf itlnlvoisltxW. ,: :r.Uh11<"hC1t, ,t'It' ',
% iln
wus :iiskinprifar ( :tul l. rvit1 jff ;:iw !Ihcwt.IThe ;I'',Ctriilr/ 1t1 7 lenwrnt M cG -,,I :. Ooraion M. J blJn.I .
I lhteU>81B Ibllllon budget, S'ordoo [llrmirtihetfihdbbrtft ttreutmcntt rhrrulore f. Nrcerrns! tartn: I'I'rAA1'1 '
t < tthe Tnuny Tnlllians rtt tlDJ1ttl .t ,
ntr oiling th-ulp Ihus tbean r; :hl'WMt :hnrttnlrv! 11h(> ifJ"Ntt'INt.(1n'q"' l f' ;3irest-
jjustifkifl on ; :11uml :Mnhl : :'the mnnncc, o t I 4emt, '
, l. i3 Ui rChnf\(1)? l :ntl" 1'fhmhs.t. 'na 3] ronrit,, +tar Towles
11'
al ilnnfleQurite tunas, if urtharstuflies :itmH 9Tuture lIn.nUnj :'NW. 'with IHrs. "Vorn> 3, T vnn trlt.'tttttvth! ,lfF\. Mh!oI'J', N: Mr.. !1itirrL1t Mrnnc. 'natttngtrm, .Mr.'O1 .
pTHprictrp-R; nf< the K" '( ) k"t'Nt' (\ : '
'' Dnnalp nwi 1 JrJpHn'hh' '" ',' trs. 'Lyrm, :mu1.I1..Am-
'J \Wc tcnn iprocrastlnute mo Tnoro: mil tthe I hat; :ihl : yrrnr' its '
mnnuiiHr, 'WJlltHmtC( T>mwtpr, >irrx .m 'the 1.1."t. 't'bl1 1\'h'nS \"Al4'tseouttve ..fIeCo'rt
a this :uppoul :BhoUld 'Biiifc'fliMjp: into the IhoortB of nur1 Rurpine: ;; :host :and hout> Brie

I,: CGnUJn'etIS! und irocoivc 'ourneat ti nsiilornfir n. hut 'tus Ihqpe }(ftf1"1\ Honmny' Ihu lne-AA- 1 tH*. u r< ow Iq: 't'N-1t. 'lAATgcct, 'Jaw 1Dunbm' ;Rule].
'cuaatnn! !in + m Jr..u
j t iit wlll. which the ''nronntxn. - ->Ltrf --
tton mmile Tilans, tfur;1 Its inns S
:: ; 'ny v JOIN THE
I
,
gram anti: itts tinth :nnnuul ' YOUNG DEMOCRATS
f ventton 'tn iho iholti 'n! Now Ivesolts' ofTTho "Cn a e ::.leans 1.tr, ,net :a: : Cwith' Cbhbft1. t3' '
d ""MWtori'1 Tllntol! :ns cnnvtmtlnt S 1ty t). Der1eb'9 piastres Siu'+t Aaw
:, 1 IBptecopril (Chtmih(Crusaae 3for<(Christ fun the IDioo :!heatiduurtnrs( the *jum was) ,A't'hnn -c }1 Y Vftg bertr atic

lJ"( 8C < ffIFloTtdaajndlnpr> tt8trirhuri i j'rjrqported :mi :nttcn-t ,'trl'R'honn'1lJd.JUh t1"nW1l llu(ncfctnite :ttt X lun. Arid 4th '1'u tt. obf"t "'U Detbatsa f err tt'be d

l cfiantte otf$4;OOD tlor tihe H2 mmritlnBB. The ffhidl.was mllndinl::! O.'k1ed1.'R'tre'grntlp; twurw-sv Itntor'ihnij1dln.nf 1\lr 'th fht 'Y" 1" .Arc\ wRmYh Nor" tt o 'tteDi

-. iin ZZJlurni nt tihe 1Ttyunt 3UimiciprilIFtfteontitu3UtanH : uUlta tum.: TWT :in iTusahul's Hoi (Carrniwol! frirnde Itt ''t), t 1&3AMIit :y oarterq
l' utttanHed tin 3Jiarai. (Ortiheae 'BOO liilf11ililli Ttesmurant: ;:Bnrtihnd' artnr'tllnnor' tA Itt x,3(1 h CMa :t: raS -
Itttlks :nt (the !l.l1 (Currniwol t ''''.-A'I'W
: Uu .
i :: !futile onarililf ipledpre tcnrds.tihousand rne: :nttt IhonrU r Jk."I eAlip 'f :$1.M- rt... iootr w1-.e..
i tmrnttng 1tJ;;
'"I t hed led for Apvll :in ,ttt i the 1.=. bADE: CONrY .
1, ,' rpanumB: :siirnoH tihe e "Ulule ((01' RiT: +; New Uninhur Hlotol l. 'W'UJoihh1Jtll.lh: t. tot b1>>D 'R' A"TlC

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Plot to Assissinate Tubman Foiled March of Dimes THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9,, 1963 PAGE 6
! The gvernment of Liberia announced few vocal opponents with Honors Mrs., Gill
1\\ in Monrovia Tuesday on citing
\ that It had unnecessary propects the public Is cordially Invited -, hin' Prni fi KiftknffvSafr.B 4
uncovered a plot by the executive mansion built at scholars tn. .
..
j its army commander to ,assassin a cost of 15 mil Jon dollars to attend a dinner given In : + : :: : ':: ,--r _
nate almost half the, nation's annual honor. of Mrs. Alese Gill I } 1
" r S. ,, King '\ ; | a' may
1 seizei1powerV. '
! Tubman and revenue. to be held In' the dtnlrig'roBm : g!. 'q est I!
of the DuPont Plaza Hotel 1 on
'
Arrested '' fevrfndl- I
Co
were I. David a
.Thompson, commander of the KING OF CLUBS 8 Wednesday}p.m. Feb 13 from 0 to ,scholarship J '

.nation four other 5,000-man persons.army, and FORUM FEB. '17 :; : ) ,\ \ "their}$\Bed high, to 'I

>'The announcement was made '' :i stA' at heart
by Following a very successful
security officers
while Tub-
ma"n addressed thousands and beneficial opening forumon I : desire to at. I
of
:supporters'' of the True Whig January 27 at St. John's : ) university ot ;
'Party who urged him to seek Baptist Church, the membership f "tint!''tit$) help ,X
'a- fifth term. Tubman, 67, has of the King of Clubs, Inc., this: desire
been chief executive of Liberia will yield to the wishes of the ;, by. yarn
1'since1944.. crowds and present its second : , ...
, and third forums on "
February
i
Security agents said Thomp. 17 and 21 at,the same popular > ; uF n' "er oTRtu-I- ,
"son tried to enlist other officers I location.All eAch school I'
in the plot by arguing that, if the first 20
only 250 Togolese soldiers could forums will center about ; meeting on
assassinate President Sylvanus the main theme of the series: E'r and place
Olympio and overthrow their "Quality Education for all : Feb 9,
government on Jan. 13, the Liberian Cnildren. How? When? Center.
army of 5,000 could seize It is the general opinion of r r .4r High School
power easily. the committee that women will to partici
be given the opportunity to air
The other officers reportedly their views on the theme as the I
rebuffed Thompson and pledged club's second offering and that und resi
Tubman their loyalty. King of Clubs Day will possibly assist these
A quantity of arms and ammunition offer one of the city's top ed- by fill, Y
was missing from the ucators. 1z'- their order
military base, the security office i .;;,;:a the Miami 'I
reported. The public has been very cooperative homes each
In attending these Mrs. Gill, principal of Llllle
Tubman, who has launched I programs und participating in C. Evans Elementary School, basis.did. I,
extensive projects' to make Liberia the question periods. The King has served for many years as a you
a showcase of Black Africa of Clubs feel that it is its civic volunteer worker for the !
has been charged by his duty to give the public this March of Dimes. She assumedthe
squandering the National funds great opportunity to express responsibility of organizing sty for
their views and their assist in the Community: for the annual Eugene
doing something about the sit Mothers' March Her,exemplary
uation. leadership has aided consider.
LIBRARY TO ably, In creating a spirit' of .in.
,tercommunity respect and co6p "
OBSERVE NEGRO Weekend CampSponsored eration. 'GINO'S

This effort is a small tokenof
HISTORY WEEK By the community's pride, love, '
Carver YMCAThe and appreciation for' services so BODY BUILDING CLUB
The Dixie Park Branch of the humbly rendered "
Miami Public Library will hold Carver Branch YMCA will For dinner BODY BUILDING FIGURE FORMING AND'
its celebration of National Negro sponsor its first Weekend Camp NEwton reservations call
History Week on Tuesday, trip for this year at beautiful 4-G305. REDUCINGFOR
Feb. 12 at 8 p.m. camp Owaissa-Bauer Friday" ,
MEN WOMEN AND
CHILDREN
Feb. 17.The ,
Mrs. Huttert H. Gill will serve
us guest speaker. Mrs. Gill, a trip to camp will give all One who is contented with
teacher in the special education young people in attendance the what he has done will never become 741 NW. 62nd Street'
department of the Dade school opportunities of expressing famous for what he will
system, Is an energetic civic themselves to wholesome recreational -. do. Christian N. Bovee.
worker and Is well versed on needs under the guidance - ,
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the subject of Negro History of trained, Christian male.
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and female counselors. elf
There will be a question and The Branch IR l i announcin
answer period for audience participation that registration is open for all H
following Mrs. Gill's teenagers and grade school boys Iii'': Can't Afford Insurance? Hq
talk.The and girls who are desirous of. lt
program will also include attending to register early In order .
a presentation of newer that their names may be included
books on the Negro and recorded with many other young. n 1t


The music public and Is poetry.welcome to at. will sters.Among be swimming the activities, nature offered study, You Can at Service-First! Iii

tend the program and to make group singing, campfire, basket. Iii
full use of all library facilities. toll, volleyball, ping pong, cook
A special celebration will be outs, softball, dancing and de.
held for children during tne votlons. 4
regular Story Hour session on For additional Information or t 'E. .-*--*. *.L*. <
Thursday, Feb. 14 from 4 to 5 blanks, and 'u.
application parents .,. No Accident in Past' Three Years?
youngsters may call OX 0-023 H . . 8'

p.m.The NW 13th library St. la located at 350 5770 or visit NW the 15th Carver Ave. Branch at, . . . No Tickets in Past Five Years? #

- (Parking, No Inspection, Muffler Tickets Do Not Count)

; X sxzzcBasjj&r mI . . ., . No Man or Boy Driver Under 25 Years Old?

I C \ I;: . Drive Less Than 10 Miles (One Way) from I 3

. g ;H MPTON n' Home to Work? ,(Policy Covers Anywhere ;

Bari in U. S. A. act
LoungeBarry n !
HOUSE .. 1t : i
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og Sinco Invites you to a party NO TRICKS --- NO GIMMICKS gi

WITHJOHNNY rf!t If the answer to ALL the above questions is "Yes" bring t ttt :!

w NASH "3 this paper to our, office. We can write a one year, r t

t', NEW SINGING DISCOVF.RY $10 20 10M 'II


I j', STAR" OF' MOVIE "TAKE A GIANT STEP" U w ','"i Auto Liability Insurance Policy !; \

'
: / Tonite thru Sunday u j

F'; New 2 fit; FOR YOU FOR ONLY i rl
33 h'r' rll
: ;, .,, d All Low Admission U
;U
$1139 month ,,2ft
!:' $1.50 ;U a ' :: iJr
U] ,
f"', Everyone Welcome U U; + WITH A $17.00 DOWN PAYMENT r.c!
t": :c rttf: CASH PRICE OF POLICY ONLY $99 i rJl

:&; Casual Dress :x M

Come on let's swing CCO P: SERVICE FIRST fIf I I :

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RICKY THOMAS & THE NOTABLES ,
Dance to
1, O Teenage Matinee Sunday 3 p.m., Admission $l50jn r.11 INSURANCE i1i i!

{ > COMING NEXT WEEK ADAM WADE g I II
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At .
reception, wedding? Ill u
party
Planning a banquet f

t, w> .. 0:2 Call By: Food and Beverage Dept. : 3497 .7th Ave. NE 5-6355 r;
34)611
::' '' < 4200 N.W. 27th Ave. NEwton
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: 5EpfscoObb; LITTLE ROCKATTORNEY
.!ACE 4 'SATURDAY, .FEBRUARY 9 1063in cards pledging to deepen their spiritual about the )
detailed information }IS
asked for offered thent.
300 for baptism and three men
f't. I. Church ;
I jl 10 ti selves for the pri sthood. SPEAKER:
manual 1 evt n e1ism
!::( The diocese is preparing a on Church Thursday, '' Feb. ''H is a data
the Episcopal
( fox future here land throughout should
use the hchfigd0 everyone reme'mtJet': tfe.
'-r -I ..,..-.- --'-- -- =----rr-. ---I""- -----,--' 'r-- because we have learned that we cnn use cause it is nbt orily gt. waieil.

I : --J: of'mass'evangelismH: tine's Day, but also the day' a

'.I )'Office at '074O N.'V. *5Ui Avenue-1'bone OX, .1.0421Itranrh'nr Bterrll bf ', Australia ,who, ctin, very distinguished man will
; 1112 NT.W. .Third Av<*., .Ml said h was
ducted'the 0'r'U n d e main address at a Crusade For
II. 15. 8IGI8MUND HISKVTCS, 'Editor and Publisher' hunger for the ctunl teaching of the Christian .faith. and Voters' mass meeting The set.
" aAKTpI) Q., JREEVU8; Manning Editor'. I after to the problems of modern lifer ting is in St., John's Baptist
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17': . ., the seeking answers Church, 1328 NW 3rd Ave,
:
i 'j. attending were : ; at
Member :
; : : ofthe':AMociated Negro Preafe'of A 1i About 45 percent of those menand 8:15: p.m. and the man,

( i \, 'emher, the ,;!4ewspper" ,' Publishers'i Association. I',' there*, waS strong interest on the part of young I II : article, reference; to., is.AttQrney this 1
'" .". ') 'J: t1': PIJIISCHIPTION' ,RATES \ with .Wiley A. Branton, director of
," < : '
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'-ONB YEAU, $13:00a1S: MQNT119: $3.00'- FOREIGN .OO ; I f' Bishop James L.: Duncan pf Miami was pleased the voted Education, Project of
the results. He, said 'the Crusade has prompted divers Atlanta, Ga.
..linterel" ;;J,;,, t.1'' "kt'r 1 uitl! ; rJ4, hla. ,-;bahler 1, the;net.of March 8, ,;J870Pepper ". l .aderS.to. plan for another in two years Doorbell Further,I The Voter ,Education 'Project
-" Next in order will be Operation (VEP) which Atty. Branton
7a 1. -1' o information can be given by your parish or mission autn. heads is a special program of
And Cuban Aid the Southern Regional Council.
orities.AT .
I engaged in research relating to
Congressman Claude Pepper of Florida !appeared the causes for low registration

on.the. miPress. Conference over WLBW (channel 10)) HAMPTON:: HOUSE KITE MAN FLIES of This voters IS a in cooperative 11 southern states effort 1

Sunday night discussing congressional issues. One was ALL MIAMI ZETAS HIGH FORPUBLISHERS which\ includes the Congress 14
the Cuban Exiles Aid) and new federal relief: program gacfoV.uallty l 0( ft )
:for the refugees. CALLED: BY National U r: b a ft

Congressman Pepper is opposed to :& proposal to give GRAND, BASILEUS Alphonso Woodalh world 1 League Leadership: >Squthern Conference Christiaji.(SCLC
Cuban exiles aid ,similar to the "GI Bill of Rights," and champion kite flyer, put on a ,I and the Student Nonviolent Co)

thinks it was "ridiculous." ',i'T, '. ,,:,. special exhibition for delegatesto ordinating Committee, as wellas
;< : the annual midwinter work
,j
" He said his mail shows growing complaints from local J'P\ :: shop sponsored hero last week

people about Cubans taking American Jobs and lowering :..., end at the Hampton House Weldon Rougeau, field secretary
Motel and Villas the National
by for CORE and a
the wage scale. I want to help them, he said, but -, .t.v."'... '." .:: Newspaper Publishers As- tative of the VEP is currently represen
there are limits to what we can do. .F","' ':'f'lJIi sociation. In Miami, working in voter registration -
Woodall who is a native of .
He believes the administration's Medicare bill will Cleveland, put on his spectacular
pass. He also thought that Miami Beach has a good $' exhibition for the visitors at Attorney Branton's greatest
chance-to land.the*'1964-Democratic- convention and that ( Virginia Beach Saturday after, legal achievement lies in 'the
last sessionof of
noon following the desegregation public schools
JLyndon Johnson will again (be the. Democratic Vice Presi, the workshop, and which, in Little Rock in 1957 when he
dent. was a highlight of a tour of the represented the 13 Negro students -

There certainly has been a lot of complaints about Greater Miami given the visitors seeking admission. He

losing jobs, to Cubans. They sympathize with has also worked on the Free
our people ", dom Ride and Sit In easesv
the Cubans,' but' still believe that c'harity' begins at home ",i:<."..
,
and you .can't blame-.them.i ;;. ,\. social attention will be givento Among a few of the iriany
'. Boule planning. awards and honors bestowed
i All chairmen of committeefor upon Atty. Branton} are the C.
the Boule to be held in Miami Francis Stratfbrd award by the
Operation
. Cleanup July 15-20 are urged to National Bar Association at
bring written reports to the'' Chicago in 1958, the Democratic
If you have a run down house in need of repairs andre l All members of the Zeta Phi meeting. Mrs. Juanita Williams Minority Conference award at

willing to lease it for a. year, Miami's "Operation Fix Beta in Sorority the Miami, Inc., who are called living Pinckney, baslleus; of local Beta Los Angeles in 1959, the Arkansas -
area are
up? committee will completely :renovate it and return it i ; to meet Feb. 9. The occasion is Tau Zeta Chapter, Urges all for Conference NAACP award
Zetas outstanding legal work in
to you with ,$3,000 to $4,000 more than before. a special session called by Dr. The to local attend boule this chairman meeting.for the field of civil rights in 1958
#< Deborah P. Wolfe, grand basi- the 43rd and on Sept. 14, 1962( Life Mag-
boule
That's what leus of the is Mrs. Marian H. -
Committee
Operation Fix-up offers. sorority.
azine cited him
Shannon. She is also the associate as one of the

Herbert Lee Simon, chairman of the Operation Com- the Scheduled to begin at 3 p.m. regional director for the 100 most important young men
mittee said the purpose is tb graphically illustrate how a Hampton meeting House will on be NW held 27th at Southeastern Region and State and women in the U. S. As you
director can see, one will certainly missa
\ rundown ramshackle house can be transferred into an of Florida.
r Ave.Mrs. ties as professor at Queens College treat by falling to see and
# attractive home. .. Ella W Fisher, regional New York, Dr. Wolfe is hear Atty. Branton.
When fixed up the house will be opened to the pub- director for the Southeastern serving as Education Chief .
Others the include
.legion comprising Florida on program
lic. Each new room will feature a picture before repairs Georgia and South Carolina _, House of Representatives. She I Miss Bertha Johnson, so.
will
be in
and the cost. will also meet with the Grand While in the the city Feb. 810. loist; the Dorsey Junior High
t/asileus during these sessions. city she will be liv School choir, and Dr. H. Franklin
The committee expects contractors and building suppliers In addition to this meeting, las ing at the Hompton House ViI. Williams, vice president of
to db the work free in return for advertising mention i iii the University of Miami. .

on the placard.

Judges: will be representatives' from the plumbing industry

Board of Realtors, Builders Exchange, American

Institute of Architects, Mortgage Bankers Association,

Greater Miami Manufacturers Association and.. the Miami
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Women's Club.. K
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Deadline' ., for :the L contest is March 15 and only kI ? _____ I'I'

houses within*,, the city limits of Miami are, eligible. 'aKY z zns "

Tickets are, available Friday from ''Miami Building ,

Department,. 3319 Pan American' Dr., Miami 33. ,1' I .' i ,'

It's, quite an idea;'Sorry we can't qualify.Help . rIr I Ir

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For Mentally Retarded


President Kennedy overwhelmed with world prob-

lems sent a special message to Congress on Tuesday suggesting

radical plans for preventing mental retardationand

reducing the nation's mental cases in half within the

next 10 to 20 years. ATLANTA
GA.
d The
"; The program, built around hundreds of new community board of the Nationwide executive D.C.
and health centers would run into millions of dol Hotel Association, Inc., held its Seen in the picture surer, and proprietor of Col-
the attending brook Motel. Va. Mrs.
: lars when fully implemented by the states. first last meeting month with for 1963 J" Atlanta left, meeting i1rs Marion are, seated from Bonnie McEachin Chester, second, ; vice

I Athough mindful of his need to hold down expenses : and O'Neal, chairman of Franklin the board F., Washington andufeh.H NIIA Jackson secretary -, president the Plaza, and Hotel proprietress, Norfolk, Va.of;

at a time when he was asking for tax cuts and deficits in tel, serving manager as of host.University Mo to Pleasant of "GoGuide standing, Clennon M. Nixon,
{, his 98.8 billion budget, for too long the:'shabby treatment Theodore R. Hagans Motoring;;" manager of Mason's Motel, New
of the many millions of the mentally disabled now in The business session was held national president, and Jr v NHA Orleans, La., Earl Towles,
communities needing has at Atlanta's newest hostelry, the president.general ice Southeast Regional vice presi-
help been
justified groundsof
on
manager
: the of Towles
JnzlfflTotel- Chapel I New dent; and proprietor
, ,inadequate funds, further studies and future promises.We with Mrs Vera J. Lynn Rd,, Dorothy Mason Dunbar, Hotel; Mrs Tourist Home, Washington; Mr.
proprietress of the Danzig and New Orleans, who ?vl! !?'S Mete', O'Neal, Mrs. Lynn, and J. Aus-
can procrastinate no more, said the President. her manager, William C. Ponder, hostess at the 1963 serve a*; tell Evans, NHA executive sec
This appeal should sink deep into the hearts of our serging as host and hostess. William E. Brooks, com-ention; retary and secretary to the

Congress and receive earnest consideration. Let us hopeit After a lengthy business dis- ,. : NHA trea.jJ.4JT'1r1r1'l manager, New Dunbar Hotel.
will. cusslon in which the organiza -i .
tion made 133033331333 333 r =
plans for its 1063 pro- JOIN
gram and its 10th annual con- THE YOUNG DEMOCRATS
' vention to be held at New
Orleans
Results of Crusade La., Oct 13.16, with- Contribute to your
country' '
Mason's Motel as convention by joining the progress Start now
'v 1, The Episcopal Church Crusade, for Christ in the Dio- headquarters, the group was Association Dade County Young Democratic

cese of Florida ending last Thursday reported an attendance ta's honored Town with Club cocktails at Atlan- and 4th Tuesday Calling ALL Democrats for the 2nd

of 84,0.00 for the 12 meetings. The final meeting O'Neal. The group, courtesy later had of din-Mr. the first regular of each month Plan to attend

was in Miami at the Bayfront Municipal Auditorium. ner at Paschal's La Carrousel friends at the meeting of 1963 Meet your

Fifteen thousand attended in Miami. Of these 800 signed Restaurant and had after dinner ary 19, at 8:30 Liberty Square Auditorium on Febru-
: "Rule of Life" pledge cards. drinks The at the La Carrousel Bar Membership $1.00 } hour worth your while'.t
fee
\r \. next board ,.
: Ten' thousand persons signed these "Rule of Life" New Scheduled Dunbar for Hotel April meetingthe DADE COUNTY YOUNG
( Washington, I t h-Ir"-I DEMOCRATIC ASSNrr

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March of Dimes THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.
I Plot to Assissinate Tubman FoiledThe
SATURDAY FEBRUARY 9, 1963 PAGE 6
gvernment of Lttteria an- few vocal opponents .withon Honors .,Mrs.:, Gill

nounced In Monrovia Tuesdaythat .unnecessary propects,. citing
It had uncovered the executive built at The public Is cordially Invited ichS #
a mansion h,9Iarmp.Pt9j: tq.K 1l r
9.
.'. its army commander to .assassin a cost of 15 miljiqn? dollars to attend a dinner given in r 'iI
.,nate President William V.' S. almost half the nation's' annual hohor, of Mrs. Alese King Gill, I.'Saturday ntornty f ft,' 11' :any ana .all.tlhestlon;* am. i may
Tubman and seize power. revenue. to' be held In the dining roBm, tt d ock senior jnudents, ofrDade: be aiked., Not t/efrig f f t?test\ I
of the DuPont Plaza Hotel 1
Arrested were Co I. David Wednesday;, Feb. 13 from G on to C County's high | .!schcols' will gather with' prizes going TO a fe"w"fndlvldual ,
.Thompson,. commander of thenation's KING OF CLUBS S pm. ; in the Community of., winners_ t he. ,scholarshipproje
four. other.5OOO-man persons.,army, and FORUM FEB. '17 Liberty identification! 'Shuare to'ivice:; center, l it; ) t J f'| nex.n sariiy\ A jlllnjfed to
badges and order only those who have ,their highest .
blanks together. with',,all peril '
The announcement was made 'personal' nterest at heart
b} security officers while Tub- Following a very successfuland nent information prior'' to their '
. the Almsand desire to at
: nn addressed thousands of beneficial opening forum starting out on the 'rond to educational -
supporters of the True Whig on January 27 at St. John'sBaptist success. tend*:at;college:or university ot I
,
'Party who urged him ,to seek Church, the membership This I ' their 1 '.chbide l ,'.'' ,\ "and 'lb help I
the
.'a[fifth'term.. Tubman, 67, has of the King of Clubs, Inc, Miami- will be the start of themselves to gain this desire
;"been chief executive of Liberia will yield! to the wishes of thecrowds Times-Christian' Hospital I for ..higher ..education, by,.earn.
'since. 1044.Security. and present its second Scholarship students will Project:.which the ing their own: Way, ,', .. I
and third forums on February take .order* for .. ,
agents said Thomp 17 and 21 at, the same. popular home-Qelibery 'or'the Miami 'rh 01'0ne" \ -1""\\\\1nh'lel"" ' ut'"st'u' .,
.!'son tried to enlist other officersin location.All Times. For each ordir'obtained dents. 'accepted'from each school
the plot by arguing that, if the student scholarship fund will be limited to the first 20
only 250 Togolese soldiers could forums will center about and the hospital equipment who enroll at ;the meeting on
assassinate President Sylvanus the main theme of the series: I fund will share equally, the Saturday. The time and place
Olympio and overthrow their "Quality Education for all newspaper relinquishing all of again: 11 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 0,
government on Jan. 13, the Liberian Cnildren. How? When? its profits to this community at Liberty Community Center.
army of 5,000 could seize It is the general opinion of E3 K endeavor.In All Dade County High School
easily. the committee that women will seniors are invited to participate -
power be given the opportunity to ,air visits to principals' offices .
The other officers reportedly their views on the theme as.the in all of, the five major high -
rebuffed Thompson and pledged club's second offering and that schools of Dade, the project's All Dade parents and residents a
Tubman their loyalty.A King of Clubs Day will possibly representative met with enthusiastic are urged to assist these '
quantity of arms and ammunition offer one of the city's top ed endorsement of the won youths In their efforts by fillIng -, )
was missing from the ucators. derful opportunity afforded out one of their order
military base, the security office -.------'-- the youths to enable them to finance blanks and by taking the Miami ''I
reported. The public has been very cooperative their educational future.Dr. Times into their homes each
Mrs. Gill, principal of Llllie
in attending these
Tubman, who has launched programs and participating in I. Evans Elementary School, Edwin S. Shirley Dr W. You'll week on be a subscription that basis.did. I
so glad
extensive projects to make Liberia the question periods. The Kingof served for many years as a A. Chapman Jr., and earth C. you I
a showcase of Black Africa Clubs feel that it is its civic volunteer worker for the Reeves, all members! of the
has been charged by his duty to give the public this March of Dimes. She assumedthe board of Christian Hospital,
squandering the National funds great opportunity to express responsibility of organizing will be present at the meet on Contentment is a warm sty for
their views and their assist in the Community' for the annual Saturday to explain and adviseon eaters and sleepers. Eugene
doing something about the sit Mothers' March. Her exemplary the project and, to answer O'Neill.,
leadership has aided considerably
uation. t'
LIBRARY TO in creating a spirit of In
,tercommunity respect and cobpi "
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OBSERVE NEGRO Weekend CampSponsored eratlon. GiNO'SBODY'

This effort, i Is a small tokenof
HISTORY WEEK By the community's pride, love, :
Carver YMCAThe and appreciation for' services. so, BUILDING CLUB
''The Dixie Park Branch of the humbly rendered.
Carver Branch YMCA will BODY BUILDING, FIGURE
Miami Public Library will hold For dinner FORMING AND'
'its celebration of National Negro sponsor its first Weekend Camp NEwton reservations rah
: History Week on Tuesday, trip for this year at beautiful 4-(>305. REDUCINGFOR

Feb. 12 at 8 p.m. camp Owaissa-Bauer Friday, MEN WOMEN' AND CHILDREN
Feb. 17.The ,
Mrs. Hultert H. Gill will serve
us guest speaker. Mrs. Gill a trip to camp will give all One who is contented with
teacher In the special educationdepartment young people in attendance the what he has done will never become 741 NW. 62nd Street
of the Dade school opportunities of expressing famous for what he will
system, is an energetic civic themselves to wholesome recreational do. Christian N. Bovee.

worker and is well versed on needs under the guidance L-- .- -- .- .- .- -- - .- -- .- -- ..-. -. .-.. -- -- .-. .-. .- .- .-.
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and female counselors. .alimu t
There will be a question and The Branch is announcingthat
answer period for audience participation registration is open for all
following Mrs. Gill's teenagers and grade school boys 11)) Can't Afford Insurance? M
and girls who are desirous of
talk.The program will also Include attending to register early In order .. A"
a presentation of newer that their names may be included
books on the Negro and recorded with many other young Aiu


The music public and Is poetry.welcome to attend will sters.Among be swimming the activities, nature offered study, |iiif r.F; You Can at Service-First! I::)!

the program and to make group singing, campfire, basket F ;
full use of all library facilities.A }fell, volleyball, ping: pong, cook N
special celebration will be 'outs, softball, dancing and de I h
held for children during tnt votlons.
regular Story Hour session on For additional information or < 4
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Thursday, Feb. 14 from 4 to 5 blanks, parents and It
application
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Southwestern Schools NORTHSOUTHGOLF THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.
I I SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1963 PAGE 7
TOURNEY

Win Sports LaurelsBy SHAPING UP currently recuperating froma entry blank that he will be on I
knee operation.Althea hand to defend his covetedcrown.
COLLIE J. NICHOLSON The award to President Jones Gibson, world famed, .
GRAMBLING La. marked the second time Entries from all over the former tennis !
Four In less champion, now
Others who have indicated
than a month that he was re- country are pouring In for the turned serious golfer, will be .
Southwestern Athletic Confer- that they will enter the
com
ceived national Ray Mitchell 10th annual North. II
the headline
ence coaches, who laboriously nition. coaching recog-- South Golf Tournament,which among who will personalities the- petition include: Pete Brown,
fitted parts together to win will he held here at the Miami converge tho on the pro winner in I960 and 1961
area and national titles during Earlier, the American Association Springs Golf) Course Feb. 18-22, ment."Magic Miss City" Gibson for tourna the and a third place finisher last
the past season, were cited Friday of College Baseball Coaches according to Ray Mitchell foun- women's in 1962.won year, and Zeke Hartfield, the L
by the famed 100% Wrong presented him with their 25- der of the meet.Headquarters Mitchell crown revealed that the en- 19G4 titleholder.
Award Club at its annual All-Sports year award "For a quarter century for the fabulous) try mark has soared past 200 The pros will divide $3,000
Dinners. of leadership and devotion affair will be at the Internationally from all indication a record worth of prize money which will
Recognition was accorded the to college baseball" during the famous Sir John Hotel number of participants will be bo donated by Schenley OFC,
coaches at the Waluhaje Ballroom les.NCAA convention In Los Ange resort of the stars. present this year. He also disclosed and Coco-Cola, sponsors of the
In Atlanta, Ga. Jackie Robinson, the baseball that Willie Brown, of tournament. Amateur players
- "Hall of Famer," will not de. Houston, 1962 winner in t h e will battle for a beautiful array
Southwestern Conference fend his Amateur title as he is men's pro division, has filed an of trophies.
mentors, received "coachofthe
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baseball and track. f

Honorees were President- PALM BEACH
Coach R. W. E. Jones, Gramb--
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Moore, Prairie View A&M, basketball $375
; and John Merritt, Jack. .
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Than 54 miles from Mliml. Oil- )
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nntly eompltttd herd rotdi
cage championship and Texas within 1000 yards ihow how closethis
Southern garnered national hon Und It. to proo,.... See It,
ors In track. walk on' It, go In your own Cif.
Cltir ground with native griuti.No UNDER
Jackson State annexed nation. Inttrttt, no cluing costa, N e
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Grambling copped its second charges, title Iniurabla. Higherelevation '
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