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Title: Miami Times
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Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: August 24, 1963
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
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I.! 200,000 To March On Washington Wed. ;'' 11 I

Goal Of Negroes Jobs passage of all-encompassing ported housing and authorityfor talners, Including Charleton '
: civil rights legislation, a start the Attorney General to Heston Harry Belafonte, MarIon -
. now on school desegregation seek Injunctions in civil rights Brando, Lena Home, Burt ,
And FreedomAbout everywhere, an end to "police cases. Lancaster Carol Lawrence and
brutality" against peaceful demonstrators Meanwhile, out by the Wash Billy Wilder. The entertainment.
a public works program ington Monument, the crowd will last until the 10 leaders return -
200,000 Negroes will Ing and housing, communications to help the Jobless, outlawIng will be waiting to begin the from their Capitol visit to
march the mile from the Wash recruitment and mass Job discrimination against march. In an attempt to ward lead the parade to the base of
ington Monument along Con- transport.The Negroes, a higher and broader. off temper outbreaks stemmingfrom the Lincoln Memorial. There
based minimum wage, home will to the crowdon
stitution and Independence boredom and restlessness they report
top leaders In the civil rule for the District of Columbia holda their visit with the President -
Avenues to the Lincoln ,Memo- rights field] have come togetherto a stage Is being built to
tougher rules dis-
of Hollywood enter- .
rial Wednesday In Jetload
Washington, plan this great move. James crimination In federally ,
D.C. In the greatest civil rights Farmer of CORE; Roy Wllklns sup-
rally In the history of AmerIca. of the NAACP; Whitney Youngof

The massive march Is Intended the National Urban League;
to give, by Its peaceable John Lewis of the Student Non- Another Bombing In Birmingham I
character, .,an unparalled example Violent Coordinating Committee -
of Negro patience In the (nicknamed "SNICK") Martin -.... -
face of centuries of adversity. Luther King of the Southern Negroes Stone One policeman was reported to the scene, police said. A squat
But at the same time the march Christian Leadership Con- rushed to a hospital with a head gray armored car was driven
Is Intended to deliver the unmistakable ference and A. Phillip Ran- PolicemenBIRMINGHAM Injury. No one was hurt when Into the middle of the crowd-
message that patience dolph of.the Brotherhood of the Uomb went off In the gar- Helmeted officers with carbines
Is running thin and Sleeping Car Porters. Ala. A age of Attorney Arthur Shores. and riot shotguns fired''
American Negroes are demand. Plans for the march call for bomb blasted the garage of a The blast was heard 10 miles over the heads of .some of the
Ing all their rights now. a visit by the 10 policymaking prominent civil rights attorney away. Netrroes.;
Every detail hag been work. leaders or the march, accompan Tuesday night and 8,000 angry The bomb blew In Shores'
ed out by the planning staff led \ty one white and one color. Negroes rushed to the scene and Angry Negroes descended on garage door, damaged' his two
with city officials to keep the ; ed unemployed person, to the hurled rocks at police. Police Shores' house, In the Negro sec. cars and the room overhead.
huge crowd of humanity from office of legislative leaders of fired over their heads when tion. Every available policemenand NeIther. Shores nor his wife,
exploding Into violence. Crowd both parties and to the White they refused to disperse. 30 prowl cars were rushed both at home, were hurt.
control, march control, medical House, .
and sanitation hazards:, feed. They plan to demand quick .

I Freedom Now Party to Have All Negro Ticket I

I 20,000 See All-Star Civil A group of Negroes announced form of liberation," and als "What sense docs it make togo
in New York this week that states' that "only once In all U.S on supporting the party of
they plan to call for the formation history has Congress passed Eugene 'Bull" Connor? Bull It
Rights Benefit Show
of an all-Negro Freedom and the government enforced, Connor Is still Kennedy's Demo- f.
-- -- -- -- ;:- -- - - -- - meaningful equal rights laws. :mratlc National Committeeman '
the national
Now Party to enter
Funds' For March tainers who had come at their elections In 1fJ t The call will That was during Reconstructionwhen from Alabama. Why should
southern Negroes register to
own expense. 25 Negro congressmen
Issued the massive civil
On WashingtonA rights march as takes place In the and five Negro senators sat In ,vote at the risk'' of death -
,Washington The brochure when the only 'choice' on the
crowd of 20,000 cheering Univ. of Tampa capital. says "all-black political action ballot is a James 0.. Eastland ora
fans (Including about 600 j The group has already set upa . Is self-reliance, not rac- George C. Wallace?" ,
whites) paid $4.00 each and National Committee for a ism'."
brought' ''their own chairs to an Under Fire To Freedom} Now Party, with head. _1I Eastland Is aU and, S. senator in
from Wallace
the Mississippi
aU-: far Ueneflt show In Birmingham quarters In New York's Harlem Lynn stressed mat primary
to provide railroad ((81 East 125th St. suite 207)). aim of the new party will ,governor of Alabama
transportation for the Alabama IntegrateJames Conrad J.... Lynn, 55, a Manhattan be to elect Negroes to both Lynn recalled President Ken-
contingent to the March on attorney and a veteran of Houses of Congress and to nedy's slim margin of victoryover
Is thocommittee's state and local offices. But he Richard Nixon in 1000 and '
Washington.Joey the civil rights struggle,
W. Covlngton dean of
Adams was master of acting chairman. said that supporters of the Freedom the view' of many: that the mar-
the of !
University Tampa's evening
ceremonies and arranged this and studies division. Lynn said a brochure will be Now Party feel strongly gin was due to the Negro vote.
affair for the American Guildof issued on Wednesday outlining that It will also serve ."That margin," said Lynn, "is
testified In the Federal CourtIn
Variety Artists. Tampa that the the alms of the proposed new ter a strong protest vote My Negroes the Negro's political strength. It
Featured the Tuesday who now have nowhereto Is time he used it for himself."
on program was party. (
School rejected the enrollment go politically Lynn quoted said tho Idea for the .
Ray Charles who gave a full ,Lynn par-
one-hour erformance..Other of Negroes entirely.;on.:.*racial lie said the brochure calls for these ,'excerpts from.. the. bro- ty grew from a suggestion made \

stars Included Johnny Mathls, basis.James A. Hammond and "an all-black slate and a plat- chure: ,by Negro newsman William t''

y Nina Slmone. 'the GAM Sisters, Hazel Louise Gibson filed suits :worthy at ''a Harlem street rally. ,.,.,...,fa. '1
comedians Al Bernie and Dick on June 1, 1003.
Gregory.The charging enrollment that at they the were university denied I Segregated Seating Cancels Game I:. I t

show was held on t h 'e solely on the basis of their race. :_i._ -i.i' :: I I
football field of Miles College, r Because It financial the Jets I '
gets a' tegrated seating so ; II
a Negro university In Birming lstance from the city, county, Negro Players management cancelled the game.
ham, because the city fathers State and federal governments, Refuse to Perform I "They know what' Importantto
refused to let the town audi-
that the "I'm
the said.
plaintiffs charge them, Davis 1//
torium or stadium for the event. school Is a public Institution. Halfback Clem Daniels, offensive 'speaking as a man rather than
The local newspapers did not contends is ends Powell and Bo '
The university It Art their coach when I say I don'tblame
carry a single news Item of private, operating primarily on Robertson and defensive halfback them for what they believe -
the and the
event famous! enter- private, funds. Fred Williamson four As a coach I can only say p
Negro stars of the Oakland I won't penalize them. I ,
Raiders told Coach Al Davis In : Davis (Sonny) Weblln, owner J
Santa Rosa, Calif., that they of the New York Jets, commen- I- a i 1
won't play Friday night in Mobile mg on segregated seating, said, ', "." it it'f
Ala., against the New "Something will have to be
rc York Jets If ,the seating''in the ,done about It. It could spread *f ,
stadium were not Integrated. to our team. We have many Ne i
Mobile promoters, under severe -I gro players I don't know how
pressure ,from local 'many. We don't count them by ,

gationists, refused to .scgre-I';race" \

i Bob Hayes To Run Here Tomorrow II i ifo'AMU

Bullet Bob Hayes, the world's and rolled before Hayes attempts
/ fastest human, will be out to his mark. A special pole
shatter his own world record vault standard of 17 feet, six
Ir1 Saturday ,at the University of inches has been secured for '
Miami. Pennel.
Hayes will compete as a special Hayes challengers will be
feature of the Florida Gold Jesse Holt of Florida Athletic
Coast AAU "climax" meet of Club Johnny Brown, a deaf
r Yw YI the who starts hand
p 6 y year. speedKter on a
). Also competing will be world signal, and 15-year-old Rick
---v-- T T 'P 74- I record pole vaulter John DeFrank Ponce de Leon Junior
FAMU Bummer graduates Hie Him' mom, Ft. Lauderdale; Pennel ((1 .I0%). Hayes did the High,student who finished
| from South Florida Lauderdale : tattle Ilythwood, Riviera Beach I hundred In 91. fifth In the race at UM when
Robert Smith (left), Ft.. Joseph E.Jonrs, Ft. Landerdale. "If they exceed their world Hayes ran 0.2.
; Edwin Demeritfe, Miami; records they will count," explained The meet free to the public, lASSIE '- Petite and ti
Marian Allen, Miami; Lola Jen 1 John Sullivan, Florida starts at 0 a.m. It climaxes a lovely! Laurastlne Deanna Ma-
kin Miami; Willie Mae Jame, i Third row Lonnfe' Cain, Wet AAU vice president. "I have year of age group activity and ion, an Ifrjreatvold Florida AAM
Miami; Mary Ellen Sands Ft. Palm Beach; Vivian Harris official sanction for this meet three, giant trophies will be Unlvernlty sophomore enjoys a ;
Lauderdale; Queen Esther Hall Thompson, Melbourne; Gene"vleve.liolmes from AAU headquarters In New awarded for most inproved illce' of watermelon,: during the '
Miami. . .- r ,.Went Palm Beach; York . right here. In my' poc- athlete high individual scorer innual FAMU watermelon cwtJnc -
Second row: Ruthle "K. Cart- )Lena< ,HlllMlamJ'; John, E. Parka ket. [ and high'team scorer for the : in Glbbs' Park.' MISS Mason
''wrI ht, West Palm Beach; Be. Fahokeev, -...'. 1:.r The ;track will be resurfaced year. s a French major from Miami., ;




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MIAMI FLA. p.m &t Greater Bethany SDA
THE MIAMI Church, 2500 NW 50th i 8t You

I PAGE SATURDAY, AUGUST 24, 1963 are Invited. to come and hear
many of our great chorUsete, soloists .

., 2" ,' ., _. .._ .. ,",. _ , ". ,,. choirs land quartetst rttlis if
,;, ( \< : : :( you love fis Won't
t this occasion.: 'Thta prograjA J i

sponsored by the Bykbdo' Club;

for the- benefit- .. Of. the-- ChUrCHiMfts -- :! :

I :Mrs. OTILLIE: PRATHER !School nnU studying of iav.the America ,. R8BERT s'QtiiRis afti) :

I and Gracita Prather of 735 NW Catholic university\ of Law; This children. Linda, Madelyh, ,Rob rt
63rd St. and Mrs. SpefO ark' r Columbia 1Schoas employed at Jr. are home ,after a month -vacation
Cokine recently returned\ froma house! Representativeswhere In Jersey City, N. J., New
delightful cruise aboard the the complete research York City, Atlantic City and
completely air conditioned s.s. he helped to Gonza- Canada. The month was filled
," Nassau: for Congressman In Orange Moun-
w Evangeline to nearby on Interpreting with outings
with the ship docking right at les of Texas committee opinion on Con- tain, East Orange, N. J., various
Bay St. making it easy to shopin public amusement parks, Story Landin
the native straw market, gressional legislation. Neptune, N. J., touring the
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swim in Nassau's famed beaches BE musical UN and Radio City Music Hall.Catl1el.ile .

: :: _and enjoy Bahamian night life! THERE WILL a

}? < t iYR i\ t THIRLEE SMITH is at home
= {f' R Aty visiting his family and friends.
Mr. Smith is working in Wash-

4 ington, D.C. at the Garfield

Royal 20 Club NewsThe

.ass"" ad'y r. Q :x Royal Twenty Women's

Club held its regular meetingat
the lovely home of Mrs.

Marie Allen, 3151 Douglas Road.
The Federation of Women's
Clubs meeting, which was recently -
held In Miami was discussed -
Prp- e qr a,.'
and reported on. 1.yy't
Jects for the coming year were 4'j'1 r M t 1a .
also discussed with the Christian ( R 1
Hospital project taking priority t

; I e.

Mrs. Hillsman, the
ii .S\'IIII'i\' :' J'o# 'It7;;; \, "_ f* "dl'.....,.. ".c I business:; Sylvia manager expressed her 1

appreciation to the club mem- r ; .y

Betty Jean McQuay bers and friends for the many
I acts of kindness extended her
during her recent illness Mrs.
Roberta Jessie and Mrs. L. +'
y4ar ''f4a t
Marries. Fred Seymour Bryant are on the sick list. L_ 4 t4 ;
- - - - Mrs. Ruby Denard thankedthe

hostess for the refreshmentsand
Betty Jean McQuay and Fred ushers Nathaniel McQuay and entertainment provided for

Howard Seymour exchanged Richard Seymour. during the after meeting social;

married vows at 4 p.m. on last Hostesses for the wedding reception hour. /

Sunday afternoon at Mt. Zion held in the spacious garden Mrs. Ermatlne. Holton, presi- ,
of the bride's home included -
Baptist Church. The Rev. Mr. dent. Y .
P. S. Brown, pastor of Mt. Ta Rosetta Bush, guest register; t r _
bor Baptist Church officiated at Mrs. Anette McNeil, gift regis- 9Y l ay x

the double ring service. The ter; and Mesdames Cornelia Knights of Pythias
pulpit area was decorated with Glenn, Rose Kendricks, Curlene
palms, standerds of aquatintedand Carter and Elizabeth Parsons
white flowers and bronze Mrs. Oscar Edwards directed the And CalantheSheba

seven place candelabras. Linton wedding.
Tent No. :3, Princess
Berrien was organist and also Mrs. Munlln wore an ice blue
accompanied Mrs Bertha chantilly afternoon sheath with Sarah D. Belle, grand empress,
Sharpe who sane "The Lord's matching overblouse. Statues- will meet Sunday, Aug. 25.

Prayer" and "Ich Liebe Dlch. I que Mrs. Melvin Seymour worea Margaret Court No. 33, Mrs.

The petite bride, given In sheath of aqua linen lace. Both Susie M. Hendley, worthy counselor -
her wore white accessories and cor- ; meets Aug. 20.
marriage by grandfather
Joseph Munlln, wore a formalwedding sage of white carnations. Artis Park Court No. 59, Mrs.
gown of white Chantilly Among affairs given was the Cornelia C. Glenn, worthy coun Greene
lace over white satin. The miscellaneous shower given by selor meets Aug. 28. I
basque bodice fastened at the Mesdnmes Sylvia Butler, Ade-
back with tiny buttons had long line Hurst, Earllne Jackson and Votary Walter J.... Belle, deputy -
fitted sleeves and a sweetheart Billle Way at the 51st Terrace imperial potenate and( Prin- Earl Dinkins

neckline. The floor-length skirt, Jackson residence. cess Sarah D. Belle, deputy Imperial
with plain front panel was are still; spending
Out of town Catherine L. Greene, daughterof and Mrs. Allean G. Jordan a
guests Included ,
gathered at the low ttock waist their time to the convention in
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Washington Mr. and Mrs. John GreeneSr. sister-in-law, Mrs. Beatrice S.
line marked by a small white Hot Springs, Ark. We are lookIng
velvet how and draped Into a Tampa; Mrs. Mattie Dunn, for their return home ., Birmingham, Ala., and Earl Greene and two friends of long
court train. The shoulder length New Jersey; Dorothy and Jean Sir Don A. Hello, reporter Dinkins, son of Mrs. Lelia Din standing, Mrs. Marjorie Elling-
white veil held forehead Redding, Sarasota; and from kins:i and the late Rev. Scott ton and Miss Mary King, all of
pendant was of pearl by lillles a! of Nassau, Mesdames Gladys Mc- -- -- -- ._- -., Dinkins! of Savannah, Ga., were Birmingham. Attendants wore

the valley. The bride carried a Cartney and Freda Thompson; COME SAIL WITH US! married on Sunday, June 30 at dresses similar to that of the
white Bible with white orchids. Amos Saunders ; Betty McCart- 5:30: in the afternoon. The maid of honor, except In tur-
She wore white satin ney and Florence and Ethel It's our first annual Monnllte double ring ceremony was quoise and accented In the back
pumps. Carey, Coleridge Carey and Mr. frulse and Dance aboard the solemnized; by the Rev. Jesse with double roses. Their head-

Bride's attendants were Mary and Mrs. Deal Seymour. In attendance Dreamboat, Sunday, Sept. :1. Brown at the Hopewell Baptist dresses were matching pearlized -
Person, maid of honor; Minnie from Mt. Sinai I Hos- stoat leaves 8:30 sharp :Music Church which had a beautiful crowns with circular veils.
Delores Seymour, sister of the Patient members of the Out. !>y Chuck CrlNhy "Mr.: Soul" und but simple background of flowers Each carried a bouquet of rose
groom, and Mrs. Charles P. Dept. and the laboratory. Combo For tickets rail PI 0-0032 greenery and candelabras.The carnations adorned with tur-
Smith; Sandra and Terry Kamp, The young couple left the wed or North Travel Bureau Reserve quoise ribbons.
junior bridesmaids; Natalie ding reception to fly to Nassau early, number of tickets bride, given !in marriage
Smith: flower girl and Keith where they spent their honeymoon limited! by her father, was charming ina Serving as flower girls were
Braynon, rin bearer. The honor as guests of the Emerald cathedral train wedding gown nieces of the bride, Clyneice
attendant and bridesmaids wore Beach Hotel. They are at home qI11 "- of "Rheins" Galoon lace and Maria and, Vanessa Foustlna

street-length sheath dresses of In the Prestige Apartments. She had 30 "Society" taffeta designed with Greene. They were beautiful in
long( button sleeves and an oval white
I'OUIchiffon over matching The bride is the years experience silk organza.
granddaughter neckline
crepe with ne In complemented by the The bride's a
styled a shallow n success mother worp
of the
neckline plunging into a V at with whom she Joseph has made Munllns her Ulf"liVe"" a seed exquisite dealing of lace and street length sheath of silk organza -
the back. Free-floating panelsof home. The is the happy home, get pearls appllqued on the In arosa with pink and
groom son of bodice. The
chiffon attached at the the !Melvin Seymours the position bouffant skirt, ap- beige accessories.
shoulder line nnd a yon want, get pliqued] with lace medallions The brother
were caught at the member of brldgegroom's : ,
a pioneer Miami
hark waistline by two roses of family, out of the rut embroidered with pearlized se Joel Dinkins of Atlanta was
Mf material. Their head dresses Both bride by the help of quins and pearls was v-shaped best man. Ushergroomsmenwere
were double aqua net circles ,d Liberty Cltv groom attend. God. Let my iiyears at the tail with pleats accented a brother, C. Bernard
held bv forehead pendants of Elementary, of experience with triple Wows In the cen- Greene, a brother-in-law. Rob-
Dorsey Junior High and
anna Lillie of the were help yon ter, and back similar falling In
Valley. They graduated from Miami Northwestern ert Jordan William Thomas,
carried spray bouquets of aqua- Senior High. Both In business! nnd veil a cotillion train of lace. Her Thomas Weaver, Frank Ellington
tinted roses and white daisies. corn- In work In "enchantress" was attached Joe
Dieted college work in 1962 the Toney W. Bell and
love. to a of
Their Jewelry consisted of bride from the School of Phar- SOyears. crown pearls and Acuff; all of Birmingham.The .
Your psychic, and friends organza roses and
single strand pearl] bead necklaces carried
Xavier music furnished by
macy University New was
Closed all day Wed. and a white
prayer book.
and pearl button earings. Orleans; the groom from Ten- will he nt the Mar home, S417 organist, Mrs. Marian R. Keen,
They wore short white gloves nessee A and I The brldo and vocalists Miss Gwendolyn
University, a 9.W. nth St., Hollywood Fla. was attended by
blonde and aqua silk pumps. The science major. Both have been Healing meeting every Wedne Mrs. Lillie M. Barthwell, matron Steele, Mrs. Margie Lyone

low ortranza Kamp dresses sisters! wore yellowsilk. yel- employed at Mt. Sinai Hospital, day night. of honor of Greenwood, S. C., Thomas and William Thomas.
over Mrs.
Seymour who
as a pharmacist wore a ballerina
Their head pieces of ; PERSON length The out of town list Is
yel- Mr. Seymour as a laboratory CALL IN dress of rose de guest
low tulle held 11y head bans of technician. He will enter the signed with the peau oval sole, de too numerous to list but Included -

matching color. Thev carried school system next week as a Madam Hunter and bouffant skirt with neckline on this list was the
spray bououets of yellow roses. science teacher at Northwestern fold accented a side grandmother of the bride, Mrs.
The tiny flower girl was also In High. 1657 NW 73rd St. Her with a silk organza Llllle Greene Smith and a
yellow organza. Her headbandwas :Miami, Fla., rose. headress was noted MiamIan, Mrs. L. Garyof
.. .. a matching rose with a circu-
covered with yellow buds. Sunday 10:30 to 2 p.m. Off let lar veil, and she carried Coconut Grove.
Thp ringbearer was resplendent hours dally 10 a.m. to R p.m.Licensed of a bou Mr. and Mrs. Dinkins are
Spend quet and
for freedom turquoise
In black tails. by state and county Other carnations Instructors at Mays High
Reading dally. attendants included School where Mrs. Dinkins
The groom had as best man, Join The NAACP! two sisters, Miss Doris teaches and Mr.
language arts
his cousin, Coleridge Carey and -: Aio': Ann Greene, junior attendant, Dinkins teaches social studies.I' .

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NAACP Girds For March on Washington I SATURDAY, AUGUST 24, 1963- __PAGE_3 !/i

NEW YORK NAACP NAACP Chicago Executive vllle, also two from Lake

branches North, South, East I Secretary Carl Fuqua reports a Charles, La. Ocala Tries to Halt
and West are completing final] train carrying 1500 persons, The Houston, Tex. branch ;
arrangements for the transpor- Gary, Ind. has reserved both will send three buses; New Orleans
tation of thousands of personsto plane and train space for at will have two; Tulsa, Okla.
Washington on Aug. 28. least 100 persons. Two buses will two.
Plans have been made for come from Milwaukee.In Protests: Arrests PicketsOCALA
chartered buses, trains and Although railway traffic will
planes to bring NAACP delegations Detroit the branch has I be extremely heavy, Philadel- i
to the nation's capitol. chartered planes and trains for phia was able to charter a NAACP protests Mr. Pinkston was charged as:
NAACP arrangements have 600. Another COO will arrive special train which will carry against racial discriminationhere accessory to the publication,, I
lteen coordinated with other rim Cincinnati. Cleveland has the NAACP delegation and other are meeting with stiff re- :, uttering and distribution of liteerature r
groups In each community.On reported thus far seven buses groups. Chartered ,buses have sistence by city officials who that would Inflame! ''I|
the West Coast two planes and one plane for a total of 700 also been arranged. have resorted to quasi-legal hatred and passion. Although'' ::1,
have been chartered In Holly persons.Huntington. Two NAACP buses from Bal. tactics to halt demonstrations.This he stated that the pickets had: Ij
W. Va., will timbre will be part of a of
wood to carry motion picture provide group week 30 members of the complied with the statute requiring ''I
two buses. The NAACP I 15 buses. Staten Island, N. Y.
and television -celebrities to name and address, police 11
NAACP council
In Kansas City Mo., two buses will have one bus and In New youth
Washington. In addition, another ; nonetheless, arrested the A
plane and a bus will carry a Kansas City, Kans, the same. In I ark N. J. a special Newark Free. picketing. They were charged pickets. (J
with of n city stat- iOn
California delegation.Ten cooperation with other group dom Train will carry 1,000 per- '
buses have been charter. In St. Louis, three buses are sons. ute requiring that the name and Monday,,July 29", a deputy |{
address of the be
planned. organization sheriff had told Mr. Pinkstoni Cl
in Boston with
an option on
One NAACP member In Chi- printed on the placards.The .
additional 16. I that he was swearing out a warrant -' ;]
Approximately Three buses wlU( leave from cago, Ledger Smith who Is a for his arrest. :The deputy'subsequently
400 persons are expected from following day Rev. F.
Jackson, Miss., but In Clarks- professional roller skater, will I denied having'
the New England area. dale, the Greyhound Bus Co. re- skate Washington.' Mr. Smith George Plnkston president of
made this statement.
Bridgeport, Conn., will send refused to charter buses. Alternate departs from Chicago on Aug. the Ocala NAACP brnnch and a
1,000 persons. The NAACP In plans are being made. 17, and will skate eight to ten special field secretary was arrested Francisco Rodriquez, Tampa
Hartford has chartered a train Two hoses will come from Nash. hours a day. together with the presi- attorney, is representing the
for its group.At dent of the youth council and arrested persons who are being
least seven buses will car- 37 other youths. held on $300 bond each.

ry persons from Atlantic City,

New Plainfield Jersey, Trenton cities. and other Jews Urged.. to Back March I II 1'"hI.I'i" Office Treatment of -

I NEW YORK Rabbi Joa- phets, the Jewish Bible under. RUPTURE'COST'PILESKcrtnl
chim Prinz, president of the scores both the divine origin of
Air Force Asked to American Jewish Congress, this I man and his God-given right to ) Dl-fcennes' Varicose' ,"n.., Pro.stnlr .
week called on the U. S. Jewish equality" Rabbi Prinz declared. -No lost/ tlmUfM'nrcl Truss
Declare Panama community to support the Marchon "At the same time, we are enjoined lTpuM Coiirttlon' of Rupture Reducing "
City Off Limits Washington as a "Mltzvah" to act In accordance with
(commandment) in keeping these beliefs. 'He who performsa 1)11. LONCTH CLINIC' __
PANAMA CITY Continued with the highest ethical principles moral act' the Talmud teaches 1535 8.W. let 8k-FH 32748. A general Health nervine
refusal of the power structure of Judaism. 'associates hImself with God In
here to desegregate public facilities the creation of the world.' -- --
Rabbi Prinz of Newark, N. J.
hotels, restaurants and
a founding co-chairman of the
schools has led to an NAACP
March, urged that Jews "stand
recommendation that the city P IJ A TRL'
side by side with their Negro
Us declared off limits to all .
fellow-Americans: and march together
military personnel.A .
for full in
equality a
special resolution
was Q
adopted by the Executive Committee free society. A

of the Bay County He said the American Jewish N r..w .$
NAACP branch pointing to the Congress was chartering special rn _
exclusion of Negro servicemen busses to take its delegation to 4
from hotels and motels, lunch Washington, where memUers SERVICE .
counters and activities enjoyed and officers of the organizationfrom mAM r M'I
by white-servicemen and the throughout the metropolitan William Pinder, Sr. .
lack of desegregated schools for area would participate In ttttt SS
their children. the demonstration. Additional Professional Piano Tuner vr' "J4',
The resolution recommendedthat AJCongress groups from Bos- And! Repairer M
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NAACP attempts thus far to Jewish teaching.

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A No Good NegroIs

Worse Than

White ManCharles V L
II. K. MIfJISMUlsfl! ) RIClCVV-;-';ti. Editor and rub ;,hpr Any _

ftAItTII C. RKICVK8..Member l\1'U1 fnac f1dJ.o.; _. .. . Evers, brother ahd
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of the .\K6t-'td; :Negro ';.*-;;; successor of the late Medgar a i ya

.\lIIht'r of the National Newspaper'' > iniMlsbfrs Association Evers, Mississippi integration ,
-- HUHSCHIITION HATKS: leader, led 2,000 Negroes In a <
peaceful demonstration In Detroit -
ONE YEAR $(I\OU( SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOHKIIKntwed 'fJ.OO chided
this week, then
as Second Class Matter August 9, 1017, at the Post Otfhi. them for being "so satisfied it's
at Miami Florida, under the act of March 3. 1870 sickening/'

Main Offlle at 074O \.\\'. Iftth Avenu<&-1'hone OX 1.0421 The "Crusade of 10,000" fell 1n
'branch at Ilia: N.\%'. Third Ave., Miami 'Jorlda-l'hoIl6 FH -23SO far short numerically, but a ski
.. ,- .. -- spirited rally was held at a.. *: ; g
CIIKDO: OF TIIK'NEGKO'PRESS"I'lllC high school stadium where
\IiXJKO IMtKSS believer that America can best lead the world Evers tongue-lashed the "Uncle
from racial and national antagonisms when It accords to every fUftllrt'lnrclleI'8 Toms" and the complacent
/ of race color or (creed his htunan and legal rlRhts.: Hating Northern Negro.
MO man, f'Arinlno mint", -the Nero Press strlvow to help every man
In the firm belief that all men are hurt as long as anyone Is held "You don't know where you're
tack.' going," he told the almost all
Negro audience. "In Mississippi -
we know."
W"'NOM'm.ftv.v."w..m w vm'm.... __._... .__ __ .
Quality And QuantityThat The Mississippian noted thatin

will be the goal ahead for Dade County schools' must struggle and sacrifice in Actor Marlon Brando. (at left kneeling) is shown In Sacra-

they 3. However they will probablybe their efforts to vote, but said mento, California as he arrived to assist the Congress of Racial
as open on September that In his audience
Negroes Equality (CORE) In their "sit-in" at the State Capitol. Actor Paul
able to with the thoughan from
cope quantity problem even were not prevented regis-
tering to vote. Newman (seated against railing of"second floor rotunda In frontof
increase of students is expected to enroll
new Brando) also 'is helping CORE on a fair housing bill that ha
bringing the total enrollment to an estimated 185,OOO "Stop blaming the white man,
pupils.. for racial equality he said. been delayed. UPI Telephoto.
"It's your fault now."

There are more more than 8,000 teachers in Dade's "Stop fighting among I .i
your-j New Virrick Park is
school system. !selves. Stop calling II I
Republicans and Democrats. We "
The quality part of the program will be in the hands are our only party. Get together
Strictly Space Age
of the teachers. Teaching is by no means an easy task. behind one good man.

.Ye Editor believes our teachers will do their best toward "Just because he's Negro I A visit to the futuristic Elizabeth trunk- roots make unique ben-
the quality goal. Let him appeal to our parents for their doesn't mean he's a good man," Virrick Park in Coconut ches. A small mushroomshaped -
cooperation, it can be so helpful.We he warned. "You're in worse I Grove, one of Miami's pioneer structure was built especially
shape with a no-good Negro sections, is like stepping into to house a television set.
have the schools' we have the teachers, we have than with any white man in office i the space age.
the pupils. If the parents do their part the quality goal you trust him more." Steel skeltons were covered
will be reached.On Like something from the with expanded metals and then
moon, colorful mushroom-like sprayed with a lightweight con
August 24 Dade's Business and Industrial Leaders WMBM to Report on buildings nestle among the live crete to build these unusual
oaks and banyans in a park free-form sculptural structures.In .
will welcome 800 new teachers with guided tours of 30 which
serves as a total com-
plants and office buildings followed by a luncheon at Washington March munity recreation site for all one of the first processes,
Miami Springs Villas. age levels. the roof petals of steel mat were
II :Minin In us unable to attend the out together on the ground ina

Speakers will be James, Brumlby, president of the Civil Rights March in Washing Built on the theory of an old- I single piece and tension cable
ton will still, be able to be on fashioned town
square, park laced around the edge. Each
Dade County Chamber of Commerce and Superintendentof the scene via radio, thanks to backers also hope that it will roof was picked up in one piece
Schools Joe Hall. the expanded IU'WHiiervJce/ of be a stimulus for the redevelop by a crane and placed atop a
Radio Station WMIIM, 14!>0 on I ment of an entire neighborhood. post.
Dade County School System is big business and it your dial. Steel bars were used to fash-
costs millions of dollars to operate. Supt. Hall, his staff .- Toward in the this aim, park facilities Ion the "trunk" of the flower,

and the school board seem to be doing a pretty good job. a teenage pedestal center area, adult include and the sculptural shape of the
was by varyingthe
section and general
i place, complete with meeting dance length of the posts supportng -
Last Saturday morning Ye Editor. enjoyed a family Moors. Also available are roller being the welded.mat while the trunk was

beach party at Baker's Haulover. In the group were skating horseshoe, shuffleboard checkers courts,
0rl and crafts Then came the final step of
daughter Hazel and son, James; and daughter Doreen'sson areas and the children's play spraying on a lightweight concrete -
Jeffrey ; daughter Clarice and husband, Bill ; daughter section. that completely covers

Frances and husband Jim and daughter Cleo ; daughter The largest of the "mushroom" the matting and network of

Kathleen and son, Ebenezer and his two daughters, shapes covers more than 3,000 steel supports.

Debra and Cathy. square feet with the base large Community residents, anxiousto
enough to accommodate the help pitched in and built
It was really a fine morning for swimming and we ? park supervisor's office as wellas a low wall of native coral rockto
:had lots of fun.Daughter room and storing facili be used for seating around
the shuffleboard courts. Young-

Clarice is a good floater; Hazel, Frances a .>. The flower-like roof spreads sters showed an early Interestin
and Kathleen won't win .a swimming trophy. Jim is a real out over a circular paved area the structures. when the"flowers"

swimmer; Cleo is doing nicely. She has been taking swim- adjoining more mushroom shel- were completed and
gaily people
ters and a large painted young
ming lessons. i ;;; ;: ?; dance floor used basically outdoor for helped decorate futuristic floral
patterns on the main walls.
Jeffrey can't swim but likes the water; James is a skating. meetings and roller

bit fearful and don't bet on Bill when it comes to swim- -.....-..-- Two other main "flowers" So these "futuristic" patterns,
together with this modern
ming. Alex Klein, president of Com along storage the inside cabinets running park's esthetic values, add yet

Now what about Ye Editor? Well he swims and owners inanity of Service Station WMIIM llroadrastcra, trunks. And two smaller triange pedes-of the famous another dimension resort areathat to this world-is
confirmed tals
dives too, but is no professional.Two today that Alfonza C. form shelters while the Greater Miami.HlR .

Mozell, W IIUI'H new or three cooks prepared and served a delicious will bo in Washington for the -
breakfast. big march that Is drawing International -

attention. STO PFq NQN OW-!

Moiell made big' hits with :Mlminns -
Oh Monday Ye Editor attended the Miami Times during the recent racial

Newsboys annual picnic at Virginia Beach. This is a big ,demonstration !in Birmingham,
event in the life of the boys and they certainly enjoy it. Ala., J C'kUt.IINH., : and Charleston us" ,
S. C. with his phone booth
On Saturday they received their Miami ''Times T- reports from those! cities. DUI 1
Moss, associate
news director of
shirts. Some who could not be present got them on Mon- WMBM w'll coordinate the reports

day morning. One boy wanted two. He didn't feel one I throughout the day of

would last him the whole year. August' 29. I IT"d

It's a pleasure watching these boys swimming, danc-

ing, riding the merry-go-round and otherwise St. "
amusing Stephen Day Care It Eph.r's flew 'o""v" fM ... .".

themselves. -1t-4I p.clwt cI..,."... .. i....p p.t tho
Center loss .f ha"",
Interesting too, is chow time. The menu: barbecue dondrvlfa by cleat.y'' .s.lp

chicken, baked beans, potato salad, cole slaw, corn bread 1781 N.W. 73rd St. | t t' ""'pl....Rd sass tNO..t thin for Itreelt, heir, thf.env .
and watermelon with a wash down of ... 'POb-e pN41vd rfWflnl
all the .
soda water t. .
Stephen Day Care Center. ThereIs .t. .tvrol .11., giving' Iu..... ......, ..4
one can drink. One boy said he drank 14 cans. Ye Editor 'St ttr.nyth, ,,,
a great responsibility in < B trtJ 9 short, .fvbby/Bf...,, .Iwlr
was surprised. teaching but with the proper lllto ft* r0| "YV..a.aa's Crowing OUry-
guidance your child can do as AT LEADING
Also present were staff members, some parents and well., COSMETIC COUNTERS

friends. Many of these friends are annual participants.On 3t. Stephen Day Care Center officially 2 If your oz. six.d.a'or,'$1.50 does for not have "SAVE 11". lend$1,00 for
4 ,
oases Sept. 3. Register eluded to oz. Ja (tax and postage In-
Tuesday afternoon Ye Editor left by the cruise pour child now. Rates by the

ship s.s. Florida for a visit to Nassau, Bahamas, accompanying Call'week PL$5.00 8-0067 by or the NA day, 125. Esther's' Beauty Aids /- SNcwYofk77NY., (

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Dinner Key Audit Sundlay, Sept. 1 when Rock and Rollvs.
Jazz will be presented. Starting time 8 p.m. lasting
until 6 a.m. The matchmaker for this fabulous Jazz showIs
none other than the Exotic Recording Artist. Just
about every Rock 'n' Roll and Jazz band from West Palm
Beach to Key West will be in on the session . This week
end King '0 Hearts entertainment card is one you can't

miss out on. The Miracles head the list with their many, ...,.

many popular hits, along with Clarence and the Delmirosand Postmaster General J. Edward Day (center) presents miniature mall truck to Leslie N. Shaw, (I' '
Retha Reese. newly-appointed Postmaster of the Los Angeles post Office Department, while Senator Quit I |
PB Engle (D-Calif.) looks on. Sen. Engle nominated Shaw for this post on behalf of tho California '
Democratic Congressmen whoso Districts Are served 1>1 the Los Angeles Post Office.(
JOE CLEMENT, the private eye prize fighter can It;..... .. "> _
be seen in action at the Little River Arena this coming i' -- --
Thursday. If Joe's showing is good he'll head the Miami I BROWSIN'By "DEMONSTRATION' at 'U.N.'"' ---, .

Bleach fjff-ht card in the main event next fight nite . PAUL IINtYFollowing
The Ben F. Harrises are mailing invites to their daughter'sIrene
( Valerie. the Brownsville school marm) and Gor-I the kidnapping of
don Jones Aug. 31 St. John's Baptist Church date . 19 Cuban refugees: from An-
l Island In the Bahamasby
Leo Albury, fresh from his Nassau vacation, is talking Castro's an raiders a British +
smartly about the new Banana Boat Club. It's the most warship now patrols Bahamian
talked about Nassau spot. I waters. They are also destroying -
-PB Cuban craw fish traps.

DAVE BONDU was in town this week attending to a At Fresh Creek Andros Island -
I plans are complete and
little business. He and Mamie are now, residents of Nassau -, work will soon begin on a wS.
. Charles McKinnon: was honored with a farewell 905,000,000! underwater testing
party Sunday evening at the King '0 Hearts. His long mlssle base.

time employ as head waiter apt the Ft. Lauderdale St. Some folk are saying the Civil
Cair Cafeteria brought many friends to bid him farewell. RIghts Hill will cripple Presi-
His brother, Fred, was host for the occasion . It's a, dent Kennedy's chance for IP-
daughter (Sonia Yvette) for Barbara Stephens Kemp, South election.will They argue him.that That'sbeinK the
Her sister Willie Mae\ is home from summer session. Her rather oppose pessimistic

friend and roommate, Jean Bennett of Lakeland, is visit- Your Browser knows as ,
Ing the Stephens. Both are seniors at FAMU.\ everyone does that there will
PBLAWRENCE be strong opposition from seg-
regationist states, but there
and INEZ ADDERLY and daughter should be enough Integration- UMTii.':U NATIONS( : ('()Jn used to build pavilion of African -
Ists and middle of readers to,re nation at the Woild'M", l nlr.
national d hoc tor, James Fur MIIT -I
Adrienne have returned from their two weeks vacationin I turn the president, comes the pickets with his) | daughter DenionMtrntlonN against Man In J
New York, Philadelphia and Washington . Alfred next election. Tain in.v. The pUkrtciH" I pointedout (ho<< building trade are now In f, I
Symonette returned from Chicago this week. Al is plan- Governor Barnett of Missis that few Negroes aio I plng /their "sixth I I erk.
ing on staying* home for a while with mother, Myriam . .l', !sippi' did everything possible to ---- -
Tiney Smith and the British New Guinea pretty, Be Be keep James Meredith out of the --- --- ----

Aming, along with Barbara Black, the Tallahassee schoolmarm University of Mississippi. lie \ '.
and Lucille Bella were just in time for Knight Beat ing failed circumstances to do so. Under, most Meredith try .1ID CS7
late show. Barbara returned to the Capital City Tuesday. earned the bachelor JLan S
PB j Gov. Barnet tried to degree'j
graduation but wiser
MEMO TO THE LADIES' Next time you're in the vailed Meredith: Is u graduateof
powder room at any of our race tracks remember that the University. The first of

which you receive from the maid doesn't come from ad- his Governor race to,do are still prac- INSANE 1
mission paid. It's hers. Thank you is OK, but try refilling1'! ticing 18th century methods? '
the pill bottle or empty boxes with just "thank you!I" It'a
said the the other side Barnett at the Governor'sConference 45.
girls on are much generous. Why In Sulphur Springs, ASYUM
can't you ? ? ? Ca'ptainVlIllam Harris of the Savoy I W. Va., speaks of relocating
Satellite has the last call for the few seats available on 087,000 Negroes In the next ten ,<.J
the moonlight cruise aboard the Dreamboat Sunday, eSpt.toahave governor continues '
dreams. He needs
wild J
1. Chuck Grisby and Hammond Organ will furnish music sympathy.From .:,tgt4 '
for your dancing. All aboard I I I Buster Parks is back _; It RA : 1 1Boat
home after an extended vacation in New York and Connecticut Paris comes news that
Parks visited with his old friend Clarence James Baldwin has made an "
to all Americans to assemble -
"Society Slim" Williams, who Is the assistant pastor of a at the gates of the Amer-
Baptist Church in Bridgeport. He also visited the offices' ican embassy on Wednesday and
of onetime :Miamian, Osborne Portier, an executive with present petitions to the Ambas-
the Regal Lady Elegance Co. sador Washington.favoring the march on

CARRIE ADAMS, formerly of the Goombay Bar, -Rep Henry Ganzales of Texas I
62nd St. and 7th Ave. has taken on a new spot. It's the announced he Intends Intro-
46th St. Bar on the corner of 22nd Ave. at 46th St. Drop ducing legislation to authorize ...
in and have a cold beer with Carrie . Vanila Williams coining special GO cents piecesto

celebrated her birthday Aug. 22 ... Johnny Lomelo Key of the'help American dramatize Negro the from progress the Jif
Room is where you'll find me most evenings. It takes a time of the Emancipation Proc ,
special key td enter .and you'll like it once you get In . lamation to the present. Not atfacl if IS
Jackie Corbett, business manager Sam and Dave, In town Idea Senator. I )
between flights to Nassau where Sam and Dave will be Many of the delegate to the ARE ANY MALE INMATES M138INO?SOME-

tonight and toworrom at the Cat and Fiddle. Shrlners squawking Convention loudly about were the local ONE JUST RAN OFF WITH: MY WIFE/! ; ,

accommodations. It seems '
the convention was too big for tA:1NrIN 4Z.r- I
Try A Miami Times Classified Ad the hotel that tried to handle t'
It. .

Moonlight C uise

Ticket on sale at:

leaves Pier 5 S ABOARD THE T"N or th Travel I Bureau

1104 N.W. 3rd Ave. S v
Satellite Lounge
8:30 p.m.. hap ,. 4Sunday Phone PL 90032'rHE

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PAGE 4 SATURDAY AUGUST 24, 1963 Evers Says. .

A No Good NegroIs

Worse Than T 3


.-.. White Man 1 .
11. 10. H10TS.MUN1) KKKVKfl. I&iitor and PutlirhPT

GAItTIf C. KK1CVK8, Manarftiic.Member Itidltut f .. Charles Evers, brother ahd >' .
-" -""- - -
--- of the .iMfrorlftted- !Negro I'rewr successor of the late Medgar 55 H o:

Member of the National New8i.HjKr) IMblUbara: AssociMhuSUBSCRIPTION Evers, Mississippi Integration
-_. -- leader, led 2,000 Negroes In a
RATESONIC : peaceful demonstration In Detroit
VBAIl $I'\.OU' SIX MONTHS $21.00 FOKKIUN $ MMIKnlered this week, then chided

; aa Second Clara Matter, August 0, 1WJ7, at tho Post Of tieS: them for being "so satisfied It's 1g fr 1
at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 3, 1870_ sickening' II J7 J J s:

Main Office at 074 O JS.W. 10th A venue Phone OX 1.0421 The "Crusade of 10,000" fell
'llrnnch' at Ilia N.\\'. Third Ave., !Miami 'lorlda--lholle FH as 2230 far short numerically, but a
... .. ., .. .-." --- .- spirited rally was held at a
"cln fO OF TIIKNKG OPRKSaft high school stadium where
l'llI NI (mO PRESS: believer that America vm best lea the world Evers tongue-lashed the '"Uncle '
from racial' and nntionul antagonisms when it accords to every man Toms" and the complacent
regardless/ of race, color or creed, his h man and legal rights Hating Northern Negro. I'
no man fearing uo \.1m-the Negro Press striven to help every man
In the firm belief that all men are hurt as lone aa anyone Is held "You don't know where you're
tH\ck. going," he told the almost all
Negro audience. "In Mississippi -
we know." L

Quality And QuantityThat The Mississippian noted that
In the Deep South Negroesmust
will be the goal ahead for Dade County schoolsas struggle and sacrifice In Actor Marlon Brando (at left kneeling) is shown In Sacra.

However they will probablybe their efforts to vote, but said mento, California as he arrived to assist the Congress of Racial
they open on.September 3. that In his audiencewere
Negroes Equality (CORE) In their "sit-in" at the State Capitol. Actor Paul
able to cope with the quantity problem even thoughan not prevented from regis-
tering to vote Newman (seated against railing of'second floor rotunda, in frontof
increase of 6,500 new students is expected to enroll Brando) also is helping CORE on a fair housing'bill that has!
bringing the total enrollment to an estimated 185,000 "Stop blaming the white man,
for racial equality," he said."It's been delayed. UPI Telephoto.
pupils. "

There are more more than 8,000 teachers in Dade's "Stop your fighting now.among your-i Ji
New Virrick Park is
school system. selves. Stop calling yourselves
Republicans and Democrats. We'I I
The quality part of the program will be in the hands are our only party. Get together(

of the teachers. Teaching is by no means an easy task. behind one good man. Strictly Space .Age

Ye Editor believes our teachers will do their best toward "Just because he's Negro I A visit- to the futuristic Eliza- trunk roots make unique ben
,the quality goal. Let him appeal to our parents for their doesn't mean he's a good man," beth Virrick Park In Coconut ches. A small mushroomshaped -

icooperation, it can be so helpful.We he warned "You're In worse Grove, one of Miami's pioneer structure was built especially
shape with a no-good Negro sections, is like stepping into to house a television set.
have the schools have the teachers we have
we than with any white man In of. the space age.
the pupils..If the parents do their part the quality goal fice you trust him more." Steel skeltons were covered
will be reached.On Like something from the with expanded metals and then
moon, colorful mushroom-like !sprayed with a lightweight con
August 24 Dade's Business and Industrial Leaders WMBM to Report on buildings nestle among the live crete to build these unusual
oaks and banyans In a park free-form sculptural structures.In .
will welcome 800 new teachers with guided tours of 30 which total
serves as a com-
plants and office buildings followed by a luncheon at Washington March munity recreation site for all one of the first processes,
Miami Springs Villas. age levels. the roof petals of steel mat were
MiarnlniiH: nimble to attend the out together on the ground in
Speakers will be James, Brumlby, president of the Civil Rights.' ;March In Washing Built on the theory of an old- a single piece and tension cable
ton will .still. be
able to ho on fashioned town square, park laced around the edge. Each
Dade County Chamber of Commerce and Superintendentof the) "scene via radio, thanks to backers also hope that It will roof was picked up in one piece
Schools Joe Hall. the expanded news service of be a stimulus for the redevelopment by a crane and placed atop a
!Radio Station WMIIM; : 1490 on of an entire neighborhood. po t.Steel.
Dade County School System is big business and it your dial. bars were used to fash-

costs millions of dollars to operate. Supt. Hall, his staff iillYllmlw Toward in the this pedestal aim, park facilities include Ion the "trunk" of the' flower,

and the school board seem to be doing a pretty good job.l a teenage center area, adult- and the sculptural shape of the
section and general was by varyingthe
place, complete with meeting dance length of the posts support'ng
the mat while the trunk was
Last Saturday morning Ye Editor enjoyed a family kit floors Also available are roller being welded.
skating, shuffleboard
beach party at Baker's Haulover. In the group were horseshoe checkers courts,
and crafts Then came the final step of
daughter Hazel and son, James; and (laughter Doreen'sson t areas and the children's play spraying on a lightweight con-

Jeffrey; daughter Clarice and husband, Bill ; daughter W section. crete that completely covers

Frances and husband Jim and daughter Cleo ; daughter ffa The largest of the "mushroom" the matting and network of

Kathleen and son, Ebenezer and his two daughters, shapes covers more than 3,000 steel supports.

Debra and Cathy. t r square feet with the base large Community residents, anxiousto
I enough to accommodate the help, pitched in and builta
It was really a fine morning for swimming and we ''park supervisor's office as well low wall of native coral rockto
had lots of fun.Daughter I' as room and storing facili be used for seating around
the shuffleboard courts. Young
Clarice is a good floater; Hazel, Frances I I The flower-like roof spreads sters showed an early interestIn

and Kathleen won't win ,a swimming trophy. Jim is a real out over a circular paved area the structures. when and the"flowers"

swimmer; Cleo is doing nicely. She has been taking swim- adjoining more mushroom shel- gaily were, completed people
ters and painted young
a large round outdoor
ming lessons. decorate floral
dance floor used basically for helped futuristic
lances, patterns on the main walls.
_Jeffrey can't swim but likes the water; James is abit I I skating.. meetings and roller I

fearful and don't bet on Bill when it comes ,to swim- L.A.---- thtz Two other main "flowers" So these "futuristic" patterns,
together with this modern
ming. JUC'x1.) .., president of Com- along storage the inside cabinets running park's esthetic values add yet
iminlty Service triange of the another dimension to this world-
Now what about Ye Editor? Well he swims and owner of Station WMIW Broadcasters; : confirmed -, trunks.tals form And two smaller pedes- famous resort area that is
dives too, but is no professional.Two today that Alfonza C. shelters while the Greater Miami.STOPFAIINQNOW .

Mozell, WMHM'M: : news director,
or three cooks prepared .and served a delicious will l>o! in Washington for the
breakfast.On big march that Is' drawing international -

attention. !! :

Mozell: made big' hits!' with Mlmlnns -
Monday Ye Editor attended the Miami Times during the recent racial HAIR
Newsboys annual picnic at Virginia Beach. This is a big demonstration In Birmingham,
event in the life of the boys and they certainly enjoy it. Ala., JaC'k""HIIbu""" : and Charleston U S" -. _
S. C. with his phone booth

On Saturday they received their Miami Times T- ;Moss reports, associate front. those news cities.director Bill of Bslkers"SAVE i

shirts. Some who could not be present got them on Monday WMI1M: M-'ll coordinate the reports

morning. One boy wanted two. He didn't feel one throughout the day of

would last him the whole year. August 29. I IT""SAVWT

It's a pleasure watching these boys swimming, danc-

ing, riding the merry-go-round and otherwise amusing St. Stephen Day Care It Iuh.r'.w 'o""v" fer .... ..d

themselves. I w."'.s-. p.clvet d.rion.d" .. Htfp 'Nnftt the
Center loll .! hair' b,

Interesting too, is chow time. The menu: barbecue "."d,,,,,_ ,...JMtr.ylw..... ,.,, .1e.lp......,.h.d.rl.J. b.irhIA
chicken, baked beans, potato salad, cole slaw, corn bread : 1781 N.W. 73rd St. |I (t' ,"nPla,aid .uh.r this .
t AU .r,...
and watermelon, with a wash down of all the soda water t. n.t.,.
Stephen .t".1 051.
Day Care Center. ThereIs s1r otvi.1 bun, ......, Sad
one can drink. One boy said he drank 14 cans. Ye Editor a great responsibility in { "rOttt'', .o.v.rting short, atvbb", II'..... heir
was surprised.Also teaching but with the proper 1)t." the r.olw.....'. Cnwai.p\ Glory.-
guidance your child can do as AT LEADING
present were staff members, some parents and well. COSMETIC COUNTERS

friends. Many of these friends are annual participants.On St. Stephen Day Care Center officially 2 ff your.r+=aler.. $1.50 does for not 4 have "SAVE"".'end$1.00 for
onens Sept.<< 3. Register eluded to oz. 'far. (tax and posyE. In-
Tuesday afternoon Ye Editor left by the cruise your child now. Rates by the
week, $5.00, by the day, $1.25. Esther's' Beauty .
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Dinner Key Audit Sunday, Sept. 1 when Rock and Rollvs.

Jazz will be presented. Starting time 8 p.m. lasting

until 6 a.m. The matchmaker for this fabulous Jazz showis r r ;1 1I
none other than: the Exotic Recording Artist. Just k.h' t ,I

about every Rock 'n' Roll and Jazz band from West Palm : ,
Beach to Key West will be in on the session . This week ;

end King 0 Hearts entertainment card is one you can't .
miss out on. The Miracles head the list with their many, a ,"

many popular hits, along with Clarence and the Delmirosand Postmaster General J. Edward Day (center) presents miniature mall truck to Leslie N. Shaw

Retha Reese. newly-appointed Postmaster of the Los Angeles: Post Ofllce Department, while Senator Unit I I. ,
PB Engle (D-Calif.) looks on. Sen. Englo nominated Shaw for this post on behalf of tho California 'I
Democratic Congressmen whose Districts ore served by the Los Angeles Post 001co.Qv { .
JOE CLEMENT, the private eye prize fighter can r .rr.. y .,.,.,............vvv-yr_______x_
'"-""- R -- - ---
be seen in action at the Little River Arena this coming

Thursday. If Joe's showing is good he'll head the Miami BROWSIN' I DEMONSTRATION atU.N.." ,
Blench fig-ht card in the main event next: fight nite . fly PAUL lir.NHY I II

The Ben F. Harrises are mailing invites to their daughter'sIrene I
( Valerie, the Brownsville school marm) and Gor I Following the kidnapping of
don Jones Aug. 31 St. John's Baptist Church date . 10 Cuban reiuKcos from An-
Leo from his Nassau vacation is talking ,gullla.: an I Island In the Bahamas
Albury, fresh by Castro's raiders a British I
smartly about the new Banana Boat Club. It's the most warship now patrols Bahamian
talked about Nassau spot. I waters They are also destroying r
PB Cuban craw fish traps.

DAVE BONDU was in town this week attending to a At Fresh Creek Andros' Island -
plans are complete and
little business. He and Mamie residents of Nassau
are now work will soon begin on a t
. Charles McKinnon was honored with a farewell 395,000,000! underwater testing
party: Sunday evening at the King '0 Hearts. His long missle base.

time employ as head waiter at the Ft. Lauderdale St. Some folk are saying the Civil
Cair Cafeteria brought many friends to bid him farewell.I Rights Bill will cripple President *
His brother, Fred, was host for the occasion . It's a Kennedy's chance for re- I1 JII
daughter (Sonia Yvette) for Barbara Stephens' Kem'p.Her election. They argue that the
South will him. That'sbeing I
sister Willie Mae, is home from summer session. Her rather oppose pessimistic :

friend and roommate, Jean Bennett of Lakeland, is visit- Your Browser knows as t I It.t
ing the Stephens. Both are seniors at FAMU. everyone does that there will ,
PBLAWRENCE be strong: opposition from segregationist .. \
states, but there &

and INEZ ADDERLY and daughter, should be enough Integration- UMTKI" n NATIONS: CORE lined to build pavilion' of African
Ists and middle of readers to,return I nations nt the World'M Fair.
national director, .laineM' Farmer -
Adrienne have returned from their two weeks vacation
I the president, comes the picket. with hU daughter DemonfttratlonN ngniiiNt Man In
in New York, Philadelphia and Washington . Alfred next election. Tammy. The plekrtei'N. pointed the building trade arc now In 'i,
Symonette returned from Chicago this week. Al Is plan Governor Barnett of Mississippi out that few Negroes' are being their HI\th week.

ing on staying home for a while with mother, Myriam . .1 I did everything possible to --- \.
Tiney Smith ,and the British New Guinea pretty, Be BeAming keep James Meredith out of the 1------ ----

along with Barbara Black, the Tallahassee school University of Mississippi.! He rlpT; t ) ' .
marm and Lucille Bella] were just in time for Knight Beat ing failed circumstances to do so. Under, most Meredith try- Gc4r4'INSANEASYUM

late show. Barbara returned to the Capital City Tuesday.PB earned the bachelor degree. "Lan .
|I Gov. Barnet tried to block his
graduation, but wiser heads pre
MEMO TO THE LADIES: Next time you're in the vailed Meredith Is a graduateof
at of tracks remember the University. The first of
powder room any our race that
which you receive from the maid doesn't come from ad- his Governor race to,do ore still Practicing 1
mission paid. It's hers. Thank you is OK, but try refilling!I I' 18th century methods?

the pill bottle or empty boxes with just "thank you!I" It'.
said the girls on the other side are' much generous. Why Barnett at the Governor'sConference ... ,
I In Sulphur Springs,
can't you ? ? ? Captain William Harris of the Savoy I W. Va., speaks) of relocating ;
Satellite has the last call for the few seats available on 'I 087,000 Negroes In the next ten 4M
the moonlight cruise aboard the Dreamboat Sunday, eSpt.1 years. The governor continuesto
He needs
wild dreams.
1. Chuck Grisby and Hammond Organ will furnish music have ,
sympathy. '
for your dancing. All aboard I I Buster Parks is back 1! ? H'
home after an extended vacation in New York and Connecticut From Paris comes news that ,
Parks visited with his old friend Clarence James Baldwin has made an
to all Americans to assemble -
"Society Slim" Williams, who Is the assistant pastor of a at the gates of the Amer. ;
Baptist Church in Bridgeport. He also visited the offices'of scan embassy on Wednesday and 9a ,..I
onetime :Miamian, Osborne Portier, an executive with present petitions to the Ambassador y '"

the Regal Lady Elegance Co. Washington.Rep. favoring. the march on 1'y "

CARRIE ADAMS, formerly of the Goombay Bar, Henry Ganzales of Texas -
62nd St. and 7th Ave. has taken on a new spot. It's the announced he Intends introducing / ]1
46th St. Bar on the corner of 22nd Ave. at 46th St. Drop legislation to authorize "' 1
in and have a cold beer with Carrie . Vanila Williams coining special 00 cents piecesto '1\1'\
dramatize the
celebrated her birthday Aug. 22 . Johnny Lomelo Key of the help American Negro from progress the b ;
Room is where you'll find most Emancipation Proc-
me evenings. It takes a time of the
special key td enter ..and you'll like it once you get in . lamation to the present. Not a
i Jackie Corbett, business manager Sam and Dave, in town Had Idea Senator. MISSINGSOME'I.'I.

: between flights to Nassau where Sam and Dave will be Many of the delegate to the ARE ANY MALE INMATES .
-1 tonight and toworrom at the Cat and Fiddle. Shrlners Convention were OFF WITH: MY WIFE/; *
squawking loudly about the local ONE JUST RAN !
accommodations. It seems
the convention was too big for GoM-wEMGgt eE,3rv'g f'I -
I Try A Miami Times Classified Ad the. hotel that tried to handleit. I

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I ftI Rattlers to Run Outside and Pass More This Year SATURDAY THE MIAMI AUGUST TIMES 24, 1963- ''MIAMI FLA. PAGE 7

TALLAHASSEE The Florida -I John D. Kelly should help make junior John Brown who Is still ...T.JI' ..i1'rr.lf"Il: JTJr>Y.1Y:1l": '. Tt: : 1fJ 1':
A&M University Rattlers, the position sound. It looks bet- I looking for his first letter. The 4UJrJCtJr..YJ-ZJ.JY-Z.1T-Z-Z-Z-Z.1I': I'
defending small college champ- ter this fall than it has since I shortage at this position may This column Is prepared

Ions, will report for fall drills, Curt Miranda (graduated two provide him his golden oppor- VETERAN'S weekly at the VA Office, 984 W.Flngler .
Monday, August 26. The years, ago.Sophomore. i iI tunity. I :
St. :Miami for information -
Rattlers will hold two sessionsa I ,
day until classes begin on Willie Powell and I The complete 'G3 football CORNER of Veterans In this area. I

Sept. 9. here senior Rufus Stephens could reinforce schedule follows: .,. .. ..
They open against the or. .r'P' rr.r If'W-rnrw :-.r...... tnvymRSTT71Pf1TlL'trTRLLN.S'STEA1)1' I '
Lincoln quarterback position. September 28, Lincoln Uni- ------ -- --
University on Sept. 28.
Tullis and Ernie Hart composea versity, Tallahassee; Oct. 5, : DIKT eluded but the balance of his \ :
"We have sought the agile, good one-two punch. Benedict College, Columbia, S.C. Initials of one of the dietitiansat income must be reported. \
mobile and hostile players for Hayes and Ward, as has been 19, Morris Brown, Tallahassee the BayPlnes VAC are EAT IMPORTANT Exceptions to
our 'G3 squad, Including freshmen stated, may provide a lot of (homecoming); 2G, TennesseeA&I Initials of one of the dietitians this ruling may be allowed in
," quipped Jake Gaither, thrills from the halfback spots. State Nashville; Nov. 2, (Edith A. Thomas) . and if cases of extreme hardships
head football coach. "We are I Bob Paremore's speed and power . Central State College, Tampa; 0, you don't believe it ASK (Alice II. whether the veteran is a man
planning to hit more to the will be missed. Carlton Cooper North Carolina A&I College, S. Kay), the chief of the DietitIc -. or woman. Each case will be
outside and Increase our pass- I and Bobby Felts looked good Greensboro, N.C.: 10, Southern Service. judged on Its individual met'its.
Ing," he added.A m spots last fall and in spring University, Tallahassee; 23, BethuneCookman Consult the Miami VA Office
I, training. ] College, Tallahassee QUIZ CORNER for Information or advice.
few new plays were put In Bruce Wilkins and Freddie ; 30. Texas. Southern U., Q. Does a veteran have to include
during spring training. The Miller are the only returning Jacksonville; :and Dec. 11 Orange part of his wife's incomeIn
guards will pull and shuffle. lettermen at fullback. Hewitt Blossom Classic in Miami.All reporting his on income for t '
Guard George Bowen and Rudy Dixon will be hard to replace. home games will begin at 2 pension purposes? w I 1
Givens are fast and will fit Great ,things ate expected from p.m. A. Yes. The first $1,200 of a ,i I

into the new attack. Dowen Is - ---- ...,- . .-_._._.,-_..-..--..-..--.- ......... ..... . --,,_.- -.----._- wife's income does not have to a' : : (
a yearling, while Givens is a be included but all of the wife'sincome
sophomore. Ends Alfred Denson, over $1,200 available to ,
WhItfield Jenkins, Art Robinson /- BOOKING THE . the veteran Is considered to be 't .
and Carleton Oats are sea- part of the veteran's Income. 't 1 ,
soned veterans who '
forthe aerial Note In the case of a wo-
attack. SPORTS WORLD OVER man veteran making pensionulpllcatlon d
Denson and Oats are top defensive 3 the first $1,200 of it
men. Halfback Bob her husl/and's income is not in- .. :

Hayes, the 9-1 world record liy LKO ARMimiSTJCUA'KW I . ,- ;
holder, will be the heart of the >

Rattlers' running attack. Half- !sS.bLLE.6LLt.R.e...........L..._._.__.__... motored to Ocala to represent ,., ',
oacK t unarue ward will be a - - r -r. Miami in a 3G-holo tournamentlast il ", ',I,
tough man to halt. Quarterback I NORTH DADK Sunday are very gratefulto .
: The Cardinals Who] are givena I ---;"-" -to "
Jim Tullis will be the key to, STADIUM: BOOST TO good outside chance to gain RobVit Jackson for makingthe 'I
the offense. lie's an accurate PUMP FOOTISALI trip a fruitful one
: ground the j
on Dodgers have
I Airman Bennett L. Royal, won
passer deceptive runner, anda Prep football in the north- made plans to strengthen their Jackson, playing In the second of :\Irs. Ida 1\(. Royal of :2031
good punter. ern part or the county i is in fora bull pen in dealing for the services flight was able to master Yoik KtM' Opa-lockn IN being re-
The men behind ,the Rattlers' big lift this fall. The lift is in of old 'Sam Jones and Ken the narrow fairways and bring nRsltfned to MaeDllI AFIt, }'ln.,
success will figure the form of a bright new, shiny Mac Kenzie, Hobby Shantz have back the runner-up trophy in for training and duty UH an administrative -
Flankmen Denson Oats greatly., stadium recently completed on also been on the relief role for the second flight.Concensus NpechillHt.,
the southern of the North Dade
and Jenkins have already the Cardinals. of opinions of the Airman Kojnl recently completed -
been mentioned. Tackle Emmett II College grounds. The The Giants possess the deepest quartet Is that a 51-holo tour- United Htaten' Air Force
Gamble is the most im-- new stadium will come as a and most experienced bull ney and they would have all |MINO military 'training lieie. Ho
treat and
proved player on the line and a relief to prep foot- pen in the league but none of fared better. Needed more timeto !Is n jO( 1 Jtl'ltdllllftof North Dado
the best lineman in spring train ball schedule planners, who for- their relief artists have the warm up, eh? high Hdwol.JACK'S .
aver had to wrestle with dates
overpowering the
ability Dodg01
ing. Dave Daniels is -
to play In an oversized Orange 's' Perranoski has. Jim Duf-
sitting out a season. Owen Mc- Bowl or not too adequate Miami
Kay Is headed for another recently promoted to a
Stadium. stalling role was their )best but
year. Johnny Holmes is MEN'S WEAR
North Dade High Thunder- they still have strong and proven
over from guard where he
play. birds and Mays High Rams workmen in Don Larsen
ed as frosh last campaign. will head the parade of all the
Billy Pierce, Jack Fisher
Freddie 944 NW 2nd Avenue
Woodson is entering the high schools in these parts into Hoett. I
picture for the first time after the new stadium on Sept. 13 it Is always said about baseball
being red-shirted last fall. when they tangle In their initial that pitching I Is the great.- Exclusive Men' Wear, from the top of your head tn

The game of the season; thus er percentage of the the of
guards should be more game tip your toes includingHats
stable this Sam becoming the first to tryout then It can truly be said that
gerald should season.have a good Fitz-season the turf of this new birthplace/ the outcome of this season's Shoes Shirts Suits Trousers Caps of

Robert Brown is ready and ior future football greats. pennant winner will result from Styles and quality at popular pricesBE ,
always dependable. Clarence Orange Bowl committeemen the greater percentage of relief
White has two letters. The position will be just as pleased to knowof pitching. SURE TO COME AND SEE US
Itself has speed the departure of so many HKGItKGATii HI .\TING -
and depth. nigh school games from the NO (;.UII
Bowl as this has long been the As It has been demonstrated ,. ,
Charlie Billings is being car- contention that the poor con- so many times before good
ried as a guard, but he may be dition of the turf was due to sportsmanship und segregationdon't .} ,
shifted to center by the opener the frequency of which it was travel in the same circles; ?ir
against Lincoln in September. used by every school at every and sooner or later the two
He's a transfer student liven opportunity.This must go their separate way.
with good ability. much needed stadium This time the fact was attested .
((8,000 capacity) is sure to pay by the cancellation of the
Archie Williams Is still top dividends in more ways than highly publicized Al'L exhibition -
center. Halt Highsmith and : one; and is a welcome addition game between the Oak-
to the county expanding recreational land Raiders and the New York
facilities. Jets which was to be played at
Dugie's Guest HouseThe KKLIUF PITCHING Mobile, Ala. Friday night.
TAKING: FRONT HKAT WITH Four members of the Raiders
PENNANT: CONTKNDKIIH -Art Powell, Fred Williamson, ,
house of clean room Whichever team is able to Clennon Daniels and Bo Robertson .
raise the National League pen- made known their refusal \,
Open 24 hours NE 4-3851 nant on the final day of the to play unless:: seating facilities .
season will no doubt have to were completely deseg- r
Seeing is BelievingSee give the praise and honor to regated The Mobile authorities i

for clean their strong armed relievers.No could not see the possibility of 1 s
team trying to overtakethe such a seating arrangement HO !r I
front-running Dodgers are decided to cancel the game.
Jamaica Dugie always a '
probably as equipped as the MIAMI FOURSOME( PLAYH ) 'r'
friends leaders with left handed fire- IN \LAThe : }
bailer Ron Perranoskl; but they foursome of Charlie
2941 NW 47th St., Miami all do have and count on their Davis, Booker T. Hayes, Ben
relievers to the umpth degree. Nixon and Robert Jackson, who Y 4' syn
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tremely rare, he urged the use(vocabulary drills of terms most
limited vocabulary -
with words,
to subjects
common taught
lack of visual coordination of Negro
imposing array of nationally In class, a child
forms and zines, periodicals, biographies, every must
2 to Interpret
1 + educational specialIsts
recognized understand
clearly the
and other reading material technical
x. + Ml2 met with FSTA representatives shapes by drawing, Influence In and sub- words used to teach a particular
containing people
from over the state at the their dialect speech words with In the colloquialand home ject matter more familiar to the subject before they can pos-
Annual Leadership Conference -
9th children sibly understand the subject
Friday and Saturday at and environment. matter. He cited the case of the

Bethune-Cookman College to Dr. Spache criticized the con- "Parents," he explained, "are roof belng blown off the chem-
Increase the teaching efficiencyof tents of textbook reading ma- key factors in the development istry laboratory merely because
FSTA members. terial in primary grades whichhe of reading skills of their child I someone could not read
Consultants featured at the said, "is designed for white ren, books should be a part of the directions as outlined In the
two day conference were: Dr. children of upper middle class the home life Just as much as experiment, as too great a price
Karl Berns, assistant executive families and is unrealistic to food, clothing and shelter." Dr. to pay for lack of word understanding -
secretary field operations, NEA other children of families below Spache advised teachers to hold .

Hendrix Chandler, state boardof the $20,000 annual income -
that boys --------- -
control; Dr. Dave D. Dar- group. He cited par-
land( NEA' commission on professional ticularly could not swallow the 3s+.
pMISSING tasynd eYtren unrealistic fantasy of subject
fessional standards; Hon. Fred- matter In the reading material

rick B. Karl, chairman educa-
that of children
__H _.___."".___.__ __ -""-- tion committee, State Legisla- He urged In the first progress five primary j_ __
1961- 3 Alton Kllllngworth, ;4 ,
ture ; Geor grades should Its determined by : 'E _ _
executive vice president
rather than
their reading ability
gia Teachers Agency; Dr. Geo.D.
school term, that kindergarten -
$100 REWARD Spache, director University by
of Florida Reading Clinic and training Is very necessaryand '
FRICY RANDALL, 87-year- Laboratory; W. E. Combs, state that all students of all

old male, weight about 150 Ibs.: department of education; DaveC. grade should levels be given In special public reading schools 1 i: t ''
science research associates -
Tripp, ?
height about 5 feet 5 In. has programs during the summer
and Felton A.. Gibsonof
been missing from his home In the Peace Corps. vacation periods as well as dur
Richmond Heights since around ing school terms to prevent re-
SKILLS of their readingskills
0:30: p.m. Sunday, Aug. 11. Any- .
one knowing of his whereabouts EMPHASIKKDSurveys

please notify Mrs. Annie Laura Indicated the area of Dr. Spache emphasized committee the or-
Felder at CE 5-6594. Reading Skills should receive .ganization of a reading with -
for each school repre- '
top priority in the program and sentation on the committee '
Dr. Spache, noted specialist In
from class and department -
DEATH I that, field was selected to key- I I to every actively Institute programs I U.S. Senator Hugh Scott (R.-Pa.) discusses his long fight-
: note the conference to set such in I for the development In for strong civil rights legislation' with Pennsylvania delegates .
motion and
to provide
guidance necessary to Initiate the teaching of reading skills to the NAACP Washington Legislative Conference., The
to improve reading throughout the entire school Senator, a cosponsor of the President's civil rights proposalsnow
Albert that
He pointed out unless -
. skills on district, county and year.the whole faculty of every before Congress, and a member of both the Commerceand
local levels. Judiciary Committees noted that he had been
GRANT N. SIPPIO, 4G92 NW I school becomes seriously concerned fighting
31st Ave., died Aug. 13 and was Dr. Spache enumerated sever i with the development of for an FEPC law as far back as 1944. i
funerallzed In the chapel Aug. al reasons for the poor reading the reading potential, the entire -.---
20 with Rev. W. E. Sims officiating performance of Negro children curriculum is endangered. The
His survivors Includehis which Includes; lack of experience need} for the use of reading ma-
widow, four sons, three gained from travel, attending terial in light of the environ-
daughters and 13 grandchildren.MRS. educational exhibits, ment of the children is of the GENERATORSSTARTERS
I visiting commercial institutions, greatest Importance, since text-
museums, etc The lack of com- books containing this type of
SADIE CARTER, well munication skills, lack of flu- material Is non-existent or ex-
known Miamian, died In Dayton
Ohio, Aug. 19. Her hus-

band, Isaac a son, Robert Jones I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.
and mother, Mrs. Lucinda Swint

of Opa-locka are among her PAGE 8 SATURDAY' AUGUST 24, 1963
survivors. Services Saturday at
1 p.m. In the chapel. She will
be on view In the chapel Fri-

day afternoon. AUTO PAINT$19.95$ 1 $7.50&up

year-old daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Edward L. Flowers, 14700 J 0

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A., two daughters, Elmira and
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Irene Brown of Decatur, Ga.,
nieces and nephews. Services 2735 NW 54th Street
held Wednesday at Greater 1-7959 22nd Ave. and 69th St.
Bethel AME Church at 10 a.m. Phone 6336752Convertible j
with Rev. F. J. Hicks, assistant
pastor, officiating.MRS. NOW SHOWING
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<* NW 10th St. died Aug. 19. SheIs I
survived by ,a daughter, Mrs. TopsVINYL
Henrietta, B. Wrentz and a sis-
ter Mrs. Ollle, Seward ,of Valdosta -
:., Ga.' Services held. in the ,
chapel :on Thursday with Rev.
Martin officiating Final rites
will be'held'"ln"Valdostr:: on'Sun From
day, Aug. 25 with the Steven
Funeral Home In charge. fr

,LOUIS BERNARD SEYMOUR (By appointment only)
2 .
two-year-old son of Mrs. Beatrice '
Shelton of 546 NW 14th ALL INTERIOR OF CAR '
St., died as a result of an auto ,STEVE h1cQUEEN1JAMES '

accident on Aug. 18 Services CARPET SEAT COVER _
held In the chapel on Aug. 22 GARNER
with Rev. A. C. Mozell offi-
ciating. Survivors Include his f RICHARD ATIENBOROUGH
mother, two brothers Antonio

Qulles and Anthony Shelton. MIAMI TRIM SHOP *-sruRcs.THE[ GREAT ESCAPE .

Infant Girl Mouton daughterof COLOR n PANAVISION'ItWItI
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mou- k lUI[ NtIMtl tI1IIT1
ton of 3196 NW 48th Terr., died 2739 N.W. 54th Street

Aug. 14. Graveside services held PLUS _
Tuesday with Rev. A. C. Mo Phone 635-4969
zell officiating. RIDE VAQUERO"i

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. Braynon Donaldson who Is vis- ,
SATURDAY, AUGUST 24, 1963 PAGE 9 iting from Dayton, Ohio. The CLYDE KILLEN'S KNIGHT BEAT J t
Braynon and Johnson clan were
well represented along with a PRESENTS i I
few close friends at this af- '
! fair. Rosemary and her son, Double attraction entertainment this
I Craig are houseguests of her
mother, Mrs. Maine Forbes. weekend

IlKRNICE KEMP and Emma ....
Carroll are proudly displaying
their little niece and nephew
who are here visiting them.
(continued from page 2)) I CONGRATULATIONS and best The "little" Rocks Owen,
I I Gardner Jr., Patricia and Miriam -
Mrs. ALICE BULLARD Is vacationing wishes to the Raymond C. Heas- a.
children of their niece,
I are
ties. They observed their 40th
I ir. Nassau, Bahamas. lean McLaughlin Rock live
; Her family wishes her a good wedding anniversary on Friday. In New York City
; time.
! DORA PATTERSON spent a OUR SINCERE Sympathy to
+I Mr- and Mrs. FREDDIE MURRAY few days In Nassau recently. the Fannin family on the deathof
(.loyco Fields) and her isi1MAEL their father, William Sr., who
was funerallzed on Wednesday.
I mother, Mrs. Paralee Fields
of I will "warm" their new 154th 1
Hampton, Va. are in our city
St. home in
I visiting relatives and '"Friends Opa-locka on Sun- 11t w. JUANITA 1IAM11KKKY
day. returned to her North Dade
I Mr. Murray a former Miamian
High School post after visitingher
and Mrs. Murray, former VAS
I a
REALLY a faintly reunion mother Mrs. Sadie White-
;j Dade County public srliobl: last Saturday night when head, and her sons, Reginald and
music teacher, now reside in Mr. and Mrs Leroy A. Smith Henry Valentine in Los Angeles -
Richmond, Va. entertained her niece, Rosemary 4v
I :Mrs\ Whitehead accompanied
. her daughter, Juanita on her 1 .a
l ill trip back home, but will returnto

: 'Jazz !!! Jazz !!! Jazz !!! California school.DIRTIIDAY and where"Reggie. grandsons"Bunny" are attending -

! The Sensational Cookies"Don'
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i The Sir John Hotel Cocktail Lounge shall, Terrence Johnson, Lo "Wil'' Power,"
renzo Curry, Mary V. Davis, Mr. I
I Thurston .
and Mrs. Jonathan -
276 N.W. 6th STREET i Maurice Bannerman, Mr.. and
David N. Lamb4, Tracl Deane I It'.. first nnnunl Moonllto
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and Mrs George Lane, Mr. and ))n unbont, HnlUn)' Stilt 1
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Heastie Jr. I I t'oinlm. For t tickets 1<< tall PI 0-0032 k 4:
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NEW YORK Laymen and 1 and freedom

rabbis of 650 Reform congrega-. Several hundred rabbis and

tions of the Union of American I laymen are expected to Join the

,t V, d rw h1pi Hebrew Congregations werecalled demonstration along with other

upon today to give full groups.

support to the Negroes' Civil Congregations were also ask-
Rights driye through a varietyof ed to muster nation-wide sup-

actions.At port, for President Kennedy'sCivil

a press conference at theUnion's Rights Program via per
House of Living Judaism sonal communications with sen
838 Fifth Ave., New York ators and congressmen, and to
9t City, Judge Emil N Baar, stress racial justice through ser
: Brooklyn, UAHC Board Chair- mons and prayers at High Holy
man, and Rabbi Edward E. Day services which begin at
rTi Klein, Stephen Wise Free Synagogue sundown, Sept. 18 with the observance -
representing the Centra of Rosh Ha-shono.
: Tl Conferenc of American Rabbis, The packet contains specific
6 unfolded a blue-print, "A Callto materials for rabbinic sermons
? Racial Justice," sent this and other source references
week to the Reform temples by from the Bible, Talmud, and
the Commission on Social Action other Jewish writings.

r'r of Reform Judaism, a joint The introduction to the program
r + body of the UAHC and the blue-print states that "We
2CAR. The plan covers recom- recognize that our congrega-
III w mendations on a number of polio tions have not dedicated them-
Mes for the temples to adopt in selves to the utmost of their Influence -
the area of racial Justice. capacity and energyin

order to help revolve' the racial
: Judge Baar enumerated these
', k 'G 3r > F -.. H"; .. w- '.., '...._p>._.> _\!;I,r4 ::1"o1f11irvr." "e
One of the visiting delegationsto 1 Other brothers shown, 1. to r., ''liam T. Bryant, secretary; Chas. gregations'practices administrative for the policies con-- sures.require" extraordinary mea-

the 99th annual Convoca- standing: Theodore Tcague, Robert Singleton M. E Other member:
I ( !s and individual members In
tion of the National asked
Supreme i Stroman, Gilbert Collette, financial Congregations were to
Council, Ancient and Scottish : secretary, Rev. George not shown. their business dealings, occu- adopt non-discriminatory policies -
Rite Mason Is this group from : Littlejohn, Evens Benbow, Tom- pations, or neighborhoods; Inclusion in relations with employes,
Brooklyn, New York mie Bradford Jr., Sinclair James, The Empire State Grand of racial Justice emphasis require non-discriminatory employment
Womack Brotherhood LodgeNo. I Roosevelt Allison, M. E. Raymond Chapter and Metropolitan Grand In the temples' worship, educational clauses In building

413 organized September, Johnson, T., Huston Lust, Chapter will host the Centennial and cultural pro- contracts improving synagogues'
1959 by the Rev. Dr. H. B. I tyler; B. Jordan, J. W. Flem- grams, and similar activities buildings, or in the erection ofa
Womack, L. S. G. C. of N. S. C. ming Mays, S. W., Dr. Womack, to be held in New Yorknext through community projects and new edifice; deal with finan-
A. A S. R. (center seated). : Lorenza Hartwell, W. M. Wil- I year. izations.other civic and religious organ cial institutions on investments,
loans, mortgages which have

IY,t...__._ _... ...... ,._, ...... ... Judge Baar expressed the non-discriminatory employment lending, bore
White Muslims ; sistant pastor of Central Baptist view, "There exists today a rowing, and practices -
I' Church, West Hollywood, deep sense of urgency on the ; not be a party to any
Organized Here to I ( spent last weekend in Nassau, part of Jews regarding the racial restrictive covenant or gentleman's -
Fight Black MuslimsFrom visiting relatives and friends. crisis In America. is par. agreement in the pur-
Broward ticularly Incumbent upon religious chase, sale, rental or use of

15,000 to 20,000 circu- T I The Gethsemane Baptist i Institutions such as the property.

lars were distributed in Miami County a Church will be open for regis church, and the synagogue to Judge Baar and Rabbi Klein
over the weekend Uy a ''group News I tration Aug. 30, from 9 a.m. to serve as moral fortresses on said that the temples should
calling Itself International 12, and from 2 to 4 p.m. Ages this most burning "Issue con- also not purchase any equip-
White Muslims, and declaringwar ByWalter 3 to 0. Registration fee, $1.00. fronting our nation. ment or supplies from purvey.ors .
on the Black Muslims. Ilu\\., Rev. I. S. Clark pastor; Mrs. Rabbi Klein felt that while who are known to have dis-
The group is brand new, police _Annie Robinson, operator. "the church and the synagogue criminatory hiring practices.The .
sources reported Monday, have ,certainly not done enough
and there is no information on Congratulations to Mrs. Fred they fast congregations and their
are now catching
who the Miami members are or ;.. die Mae Craig on the opening of America's religious organiza-up. affiliates were specifically en-
their place of operation. her beauty salon at 5518 SW Joined not to patronize or spon-
tions remain
Arthur Spiegel of the Anti- Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Hanks 22nd St., West Hollywood recently most powerful as one of forces ournation's sor any activity at a place of
of New York City are visiting She public accommodation which
Defamation League of B'nai her brother and sister-in-law was formerly with and, in spite of the recent criticisms discriminates
Eleanor's Salon of against anyone
B'rith said the could be Beauty. Miss
group directed at the churches
Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Hanks of because of eth
Claudia .Saunders and Henry race, religion, or
termeu a "self-appointed vigilante" 1321 Hallandale Beach Blvd. Singleton are operators. reticence to take a stand, their nit origin.In .
organization.The new-found commitment and
They are spending ten days
group says, in the circulars I here. activity indicate the presenceof referring to the membersof
it is formed to protect a vitality that can yet have the congregation, the pro-
"their civil and ecenomic rights" Miss Flora Davis of 1001 Pern- COMK HAIL WITH US! u deeply powerful effect on the gram plan said, "because the

against the "totalitarian Black jroke Road, Hallandale, left for It'", out first,. annual ;Moonlite fiber of American morality." ultimate objective of the syna-
Muslims." New York gogue is to have an Impact on
City Saturday. She Cruise and Dance aboard the Both stated
that Reform
Founded among Negroes in .vJll spend a week with friends, Sunday, Sept. 1. Tudaism has had a "long-stand- the duty now and in the future -
Chicago during the Depression, and relatives. r Boat It-aM's 8:30: sharp. Music commitment to direct the attention of
Ing towards the
the Black Muslims is a militant by Chuck Giisby "Mr. Soul" and our members to discriminatory
implementation of full
movement which favors racial equality practices in their busi-
The CWH Chamber of Com- Combo. For tickets
call PI ()-()()32 and human dignity for all
segregation. It is said that the will nesses, occupations, and neigh.
merce meet Aug. 26 'at 8.30: or North Travel Bureau Reserve Americans."
Miami branch is losing its p.m. Please be present. early, number of tickets borhoods."
sparkle. limited! In this connection Mr. Baar
The Rev. I. W. Hepburn, as- I and Rabbi! Klein announcedthat

the UAHC and the CCAR Want to Sell it?
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AnnouncementThe 2 Bishops To Visit 11..

Church of Incarnation is
sponsoring a Straw Ride Fri- Saint Peter's Sunday '
day, Aug. 23, 8 p.m. Bus leaves

Community Senter enroute to Blessed Sacrament, the Arch-
the church. Children 50 cents,

: adults $1.00. The public is Invited bishop.A cordial welcome to all atn 'J.I

IN : tendIng these services.

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189U! NW 64th StreetRev.

1 O. W. Foster, pastor v +e
"Remember now thy CreatorIn M

the days of thy youth, while
the evil days come not nor the

the years draw nigh, when thou
shall say I have no pleasure in
them."-Ecclesiastes 12:1.:
The members and friends of

the Antioch Baptist Church
showed enthusiasm as the

III OES Holds First Women's Day- young other talent churches people on last of our displayed Sunday church which their and

The St. Arthur Chapter, Or- are women you will love to hear. was Youth Day. It will be recorded 1
der of Eastern Star, will hold its They are all state officers and as one of the most Interesting ;

first Women's Day celebration witnesses of Christ our Saviour. events in the history l .--. t

Sunday, Aug. 25, 3 p.m. at the of the group.
The theme for tne day is, IllSlIOP .1. M. NRVILLOYD
Masonic Hall, 1742 NW 3rd Ave.
Miss Florence Berry morn-
"The and Standard of ,
This affair Is of interest to I Eastern Quality Star Women Chris ing speaker and Jerome Brown, I Episcopal visitation will be \
fill Eastern Stars in the community tians in a Changing World. evening speaker, kept the congregation made to St. Peter's American __'._m___
and visiting members, spellbound as they Catholic Cathedral 1811 NW 4th
This panel is expected to be integrated WILKIR
financial and unflnancial, are You invited spoke from the theme: "T h e court by his Eminence, Most niSIIOP )(. FRANCIS
: are cordially
asked to come out and let us Youth and Ills Relationship Toward Rev. 11. Francis Wilkie, D.D.
attend. We
to are expecting
have a Homecoming Day in the Wisdom." Archbishop-Metropolitan and
name of the Lord. : you. Primate. With him will be Rev. ST. MARY'S W M.

The Masonic friends : Members of the order, come The chairman, Miss Lucille Ronald St. John Wood; OSB of
and family, I, fully regaled. Thank you. Howard and co-chairman, Miss Miami\ after many years of Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor
acquaintances, you will Gwendolyn Jones and directresses residence in New YorK and the Miss Dorothy Major, reporter"O
meet your respective matrons Mrs. Ida Mae Little, chair- of the Junior Church consecrated Auxiliary
here to greet you. Just come, man; Mrs. Mary L. McKenzie, I wish! to express their sincere newly Bishop of Brooklyn His Ex- be Joyful In the Lord all

all chapters. We are having an co-chairman; Mrs. Irene Lynda appreciation to the members cellency, Most Rev. Joseph M. ye lands serve the Lord with
interesting panel. The women Harrison W. M. Hilton E. gladness and come before His
; and friends for their loyal sup- Nevllloyd OFM, who was:: con- "
who expect to grace this panel Brown, W. P.FRIENDSHIP. I I port to help make this a successful secrated by His Eminence on presence Last Sunday with a song.morning and

day. June 21, at the Sacred Heart:: evening our services were in
of Jesus Church, Hull Street,
MT. CARMEL BAPTIST M. B. The church picnic will be held Brooklyn This will be the first charge of our own Rev. Glad-
Saturday Aug. 21 Buses will ston Hunter and Rev.
visit to Miami and the Cathedral -
Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor Rev. J. E. Jenkins, pastor leave the church at 0 a.m. I Uy HU Excellency. Young. Both services were well

Mrs. Christine Cohen, reporter Ruby Lee Carr, reporterWe I Order of service! Sept. 1: 8 a.m., received by the congregation,
"Unto thee 0 Lord, do I put Low Mass Rev Donald Anthony even though our pastor is awayon
my trust: so that I may not be are happy to continue reporting GREATER ST. MARK P.B. ; 0 a.m., High Mass and Sermon his vacation.
most enjoyable service We are praying for a speedy
ashamed.Theme, Jesus came a
His Eminence the Arch-
Rev. F. L. Johnson
pastor for the sick of the
for specific purpose. all day. With early morning West Hollywood, Fla. bishop. First Communion will church.recovery
Our revival meeting closed baptism at Virginia Beach, We be administered to the Confir-
Friday night with many souls had a 'glorious time at the river The Women's Auxiliary:: of mation Class 5 p.m. Rite of Con-
coming to Christ. Baptism fin- with the candidates taking or our church want to express firmation followed by benediction ST. LUKE BAPTIST

inshed our meeting at the closeof Christ by baptism. This reporter their sincere appreciation to all of The Most Blessed Sacrament Rev, P. W. Williams: pastor
the service. afternoonour the talents that appeared on
Sunday of
will Inform you In this paper:: I Mrs. Buncsba Green reporter
No. 4 usher board will have when our next baptism will take our program last Sunday. Sunday, Sept. 8: 8 rim LOW
their anniversary. Won't you Mass Rev. Donald Anthony 0 The revival meeting was
place. We feel if you will wit- The No. 1 usher hoard is ;
come and enjoy this celel/ration ness one of these baptisms with its 3rd anniversary a.m. High Mass and Sermon, carried out with much success.
with them? the pastor delivering one of his celebrating 23. Bishop Nevllloyd; 7 p.m. Vesper Rev A. C. McQueen delivered
night Aug.
Remember the sick and shut- soul stirring messages at the starting Friday and benediction of the Most ten wonderful! nights of service,
in in You are invited to a musical
your daily and
prayer which gained 11 houls.
will not want to miss
you 3 We
Sunday p.m. - --- --
program Choir No. 2 of St. Luke invites -
another He also delivered
one. invite you to come and cele-
the morning sermon. His subject brate with them. NEW HOPE BAPTIST you to Join In a candle
MT. TABOR wa3 "A Forgiving Savior." light service Sunday, August
The congregation left rejoicing Don't forget the sick and Rev W. K, Sims, pastorA 25 at the church. The addressIs

Rev. P. S. Brown, minister over the most powerful message shut-ins. Please attend Prayer J... Stephens, importer liDO NW 55th St. Come one,
Miss Dessie Crockett, reporter feeling they will benefit thru- Meeting.uHe who gave some- Services last Sunday were come all, a grand time is in

Sunday services were con- out their future living. thing, has something, he who well attended and tho Holy 1 store for everyone.
ducted as usual. Rev. Cole- gave nothing has nothing" Spirit was with us throughoutthe
brooke of Nassau, Bahamas, Sunday:: Aug. 25 at 3 p.m. we day. Our pastor preached BETHANY S. D. A.

the morning will have installation service for morning and evening wor- C. B. Rock, pastor
gave message
which was inspiring.The for our pastor with Rev. W. K. A. M. COHEN TEMPLE I ship, and both messages were Cor, Doth St and 25th Ave.
very Smith and congregation of with and !
brought power map Elder C. B. Rock who
time has come that we Bethel in charge.We Revival services beginat pa -
Greater New ration.
,have been waiting for the the church Monday night in the Miami district for six
to God for I wel-
grateful We to
are so I were very
is leaving Aug. 28 to
August 20. These services years pas-
Dedication of New Mt. I
such a 'god-sent man as our the come back to the fold, the following tor the River Side SDA ChurchIn
has conducted by dynamic
The dedicational committee
I, members that were on
Detroit Mich.
final date. The fourth Sun. Elder S. Edwards of Belle Glade. ,
set a tour with the Southland Singers:
day in September. In the mean We want our visitors to knowwe Elder Edwards is the financial Deacon Sam Davis, business Saturday hu will be giving his
the Churches of farewell speech at Bethany
are always so glad to have secretary of ,
and Mrs.
NiL f.VheJ. manager Mary
I 2500 NW 50th St.
with We extend God in Christ, Eastern Florida
time, they are working very you worship : Blackman, president of the There will be a banquet In
hard to make this day a total you a most cordial wel-and Also beginning Monday there group. Mrs* Willie M. Denson, hh honor Saturday night.
success. come to our installation will be a Mission Conference I president of choir No. 1 anu

The adult choir is sponsoringa any of our services. held dally at 11 a.m. These ses.slons I Mrs Martha Outler and Rebecca ST. BARNABAS W. M. \

boat ride, August 22. The will be conducted by Mobley, members of the
tickets may be obtained from TEMPLE BAPTISTRev. Bishop Richard Fidlcr. Bishop choir. Rev. E. A. Culmer, pastor '1.
the memWers. Fidler, who is a staunch mis- I Tho pastor's Aid Club Invites Mrs Sophie Dawkins, reporter i

Visit the bereaved, sick and L. A. Thompson, pastor sion worker, has traveled extensively I you to attend a musical pro Last Sunday our church ser
this Sunday at 3
In the Interest of win gram p.m. I
shut-in and remember them in Sunday services will be as ning souls for Christ. The Junior Choir will spon- vices were most inspiring and ,

praver. usual. The youth choir will sing sor a Hayrido Friday night, uplifting.The \
You art ronHnUv Invited to during the morning and No. 2 Circle your calendar for Aug. Aug. 30. Transportation will be morning and evening ,+

wr.r wonderful men of God through. officers and members pastor. Both messages were enJoyed -
All are
Sunday School will sponsor by all who attended.
the week.
CALVARY M. B. I I in out urged to lie present and on time
MT. an appreciation program Sunday, August 25: Is Youth
Rev. Atkinson, pastor honor of Miss E. Lord at 3:30: for Communion services Sunday Day The Sunday School will
Constance Carter reporter p.m. She is ex-pres.ldent of the ZION HOPE BAPTIST night, Aug. 25. The Senior Choir have a Musical Program dur-
and is teacher In and Senior Usher Board will be the service with ..
Sunday was a most!= enjoyable youth choir a ing morning
day for everyone. It was announced the Sunday School. All are In- 5129 NW 17th Avenue In charge. Tho Junior Choir and the Youth Choir in charge. The t

that our new pastoris vited. Rev Paul Freeman, pastor usher board will serve for Sun- Male Choir will also sponsor a l

Rev. Atkinson. The No. 1 usher board would day morning worship. I Musical Program during the I
Atkinson The Rev. Herbert Ferguson, Visitors are always welcome service. Remember
delivered Last Sunday the Rev.morning and one of our associate ministers, like to thank all visitors and to worship with us. We are continuing and evening yours are always Invited; you toworship ,I

which were returned Sunday from an extended friends for coming out making in prayer for our sick with us. )

very evening inspiring.sermons The morning trip to the Bahamas. their anniversary a success. and shut Ins.NEW ,

sermon was, "Don't look both Lenore Campbell, a faithful Special thanks to Rev. Bur-
Sacred Heart A. C. Church
ways, but look to Jesus; and member and teacher, was bit- ney for a most needed and PROVIDENCERev. '\

the evening sermons was, "Do ten by a dog on Saturday. We helpful message. The Sacred Heart Guild wants 1
what you can in the name of wish for her a speedy recovery. C. J. Burney, pastor you to know that we're havinga
wishing Mrs.
Jesus." We are Sis. Claudia Wilson, reporter "Back to School FashionShow"

Freeman and little Paulette a Baptism Services Sunday. All on Sunday, Aug. 25: at 4
On Sunday, Aug. 25 we are most enjoyable time on their .
candidates are asked to bo present p.m. You'll see the latest In
expecting another great sermon. BAHA'I ASSEMBLYMiss vacation. They are visiting relatives -I at 10 a.m. Also communion Fashions galore 4718 NW 31st

The No. 4 usher board the will Keogan, memberof in Newark, N.J. services will be that night. Due Ave Is the location. The sum of

.. render service and evening at ttoth services. the Betty Baha'i Assembly of Miami The Junior Choir No. 2 will to the fact that the pastor will 1.00 Is your donation. Our

morning Also the morning worship !, will lead the regular weekly be in charge of the kitchen Sat I IA leaving for the National models are children big and I
will sing and discussion at the Baha'i Center urday and Sunday. We are ai"king Convention the first Sunday. small.; We want you to come out
;, the No. 1 choir ;
The No. 2 choir will sponsor and nee them all. Miss Brenda ,
t. the No. 2 choir will sing at the 137 NW 11th Ave., 8 p.m. everyone to stop by the
its first annual Song Festival Ann Frazier will be the guest
Aug. 25. Her subject church and help us to make
evening worship. Sunday Sept. 29 at the Dade County She'll model the coeds attire
be "The Need For a Pro- this sale a success.
,Each and everyone Is always will : is cordially in Auditorium, Address 2901 West with zest. You'll view the
The public
welcome to Mt Calvary. Remember phet. attend. Phone Secre- Flagler. Donation, adults $2.00. scenes through our TV set, it
: to visit the sick and vited to further in- Notice the paper for further will be something you'll not
1-5420 for l
for their tary, NAACP
shut-ins, and pray Support Information next week. Boon forget.
speedy recovery.

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I final rites. He is survived by

PAGE 12 SATURDAY, AUGUST 24, 1963 In loving memory of my hus DEA THS
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ftr&_ .' U'" _....."' _n ..,.. RANGE . .
banker. . 3157 NW 42nd St. died Aug. 16.
CARDS .U MEMORIALS ETTA MAE JENKINS of She had been a resident of the
Miami area for more than 20

--,-..---...", -, ,.".- ._- ..... -"""" ........ 3227 NW 51st Terr., died Aug. years. She is survived by three
band 17 She' is survweu oy two sons, daughters, Mrs. Louella John-
CARD OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAM Rufus Jackson and Jessie son, Mrs. Ruby Lee Jones and
I Brooks Jr., a sister Ida McCall Miss Idella Childs, her mother
family of the lateARAMINTA In loving memory of my hus an aunt, Ella Baker, two Mrs. Julia Childs, six brothersand
band uncles, King and Thomas Mc- four sisters. Services will
I Call. Arrangements are Incom- be Saturday in the chapel at 3

plete. p.m.

SMITH 236 NW 17th St. died
City died Aug. 15. The body was
16. He lived here for CO
Thomasville Ga. for
shipped to ,
years. He is survived by two
sons, Charles W Jr., of W est
|IN[J MEMORIAM Palm Beach,. and Dennis F.
Harris of Key West, and a
In memory of the late daughter, ;Mrs. Evelyn Donnely.
Arrangements are Incomplete.


f $ ...".. who died August 22 1928. and MRS. LELIA SINGLETONof
M August 21, 1911, respectlveiy.The 1522 NW 51st St. died Aug.
I LUCIUS HARPER separation between us 18. She came to Miami in 1943.
Agent for the Afro-American and heaven is a narrow partition She is survived by four sons
<, insurance Co. who departed this and death is but the swing- Lavern, David Jr., Alfonza, andBernard

: pl. life August 23, 19G2. ing doors. The dead are living, five daughters, Willie
1I 1 s Sleep on my dear and take more fully living than we. Lee Mucherson Alma Burch,
1./ your rest we all loved you but Their children: Rosalee Wendrick, Bessie Mae
/ ;>d loved you best. Helena Slfontes Cohen and Mary Etta Belle.
Jf"Y Mrs. Maude Harper, wife Jestina E. Bourne Services Saturday at St. Paul
,._ Miss Thelma D. Lee
<1111 1 AME1 Church. She will be shipped -
....."" -- -,- '-"- daughterMrs. to Titusville for final rites;,

departed this life August ASBURY CARMICIIAEL sister, St. Matthews, S.C. I In sad hut loving memory of ALFRED WILLIAM FAR'!
4, in Camden. N.J., wish to vho departed this life August J. C. and JacoW Harper, I our dear mother and sister I RINGTON of 4515 NW 11th PL,

thank the many friends and !W, 1062. brothers New York- died Aug. 18. Survivors include
neighbors for their extended You have been gone one year, Laurie Harper, his wife, Beatrice, two daugh-
sympathy in their hour of be- f seems like yesterday. Your brother, Providence, R.I. ters, Winifred and Joan. Final
reavement. Special thanks to Dve will linger In our hearts Julia M. Adams and rites will be held Saturday at

Rev H. V. Stuart, St. Mary's W. Drever. j J.-L Elvira Sistrunk, NiecesOrangeburg 11 a.m. in the chapel.
M. Church, Oliver Cornet Band, Mamie Carmichael, wife S.C.
E. C. Blair, brother Donna W. Summons and
and staff of the Francis Funeral
Leona Brown, sister David D.V.. Summons
Home. Also to the friends
many 7015 NW 28th Ave. died Aug. 20.
Victoria Faulkner sister I
grandchildren :
who sent cards telegrams
his wife
He is survived by ,
floral pieces and car donations. And other relatives Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Johnson,
Florence, six sons, ,
brother-in-law JacksonvilleAnd
May God bless all of you. relatives Otis, Bobbie, Moses, Eldridge,
a host of and
The Pedlcan Family IN MEMORIAMIn friends and John L. four daughters,

Eula Mae, Minnie, Irene, Cor-
but loving memory of leen, 31 grand children 2 great-
ur dear daughter and sister
grands. Services 3 p.m. at An-
IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAM tioch Baptist Church of Browns-
yule with Rev. Stephenson of-
sad but loving memory of flcatlng. Final rites in Americus,
In of beloved
memory our -
our dear mother,
Ga. where he will We shipped
MRS. MARTHA DAVISof son and brother
Thomasville, Ga., who departed

this life August 23, 1962. WILLIE JAMES KNOX of
She is gone, our precious darl 14120 Monroe St., Richmond
She is in the tomb.
ing. sleeping Heights died Aug. 21. He lived
there until the dawning
Resting of the resurrection morn-- tk, :... .........tC..AI1IRS. here.-his for 24-wlfeThelm vears. He is survivedby three

ing. Sleep on dear mother and EMILY FERNANDEZwho daughters Willie Mae Johnson,
take your rest. We love you but'I I departed this life Aug. 21, Etta Louise and Valencia, one
Hod loves you best. lOGO at Nassau, Bahamas son, Edward, two sisters, Louise
Signed: Mrs. Marian Lawyer, I Gone, but not forgotten. and Scotia and an aunt, Janie
Mrs. Nellie Grace Brown of May her soul rest in peace, Bates.
Miami; Mrs. Helen Bass of and may light perpetual shine
Thomasville, Ga., Mrs. Elsie upon her.
Mae Jackson of Jersey City, N. Mrs Eva Lawrence, Francis
J., daughters; Robert Ellis of daughter .
New York, son. Mrs. Victoria Moss, sister MRS. ELIZA DEAN of 1976
Arlington, Thomas and NW 5th place died Aug. 14 at
Japhus Ferguson, brothers Jackson Hospital. Services held
O. Lawrence son-in-law 19 St. Episcopal
Aug. at Agnes
CARD OF THANKSThe Church with Fr. Lambert Sands
,.,. .... _., 6
-- -- officiating. Survivors include a
family of the late,
ELSIE MAE DAMES son; Norris Wallace; three
who departed this life August family of the late brothers, Richard, Cedric and

?1, 1062.There's Norris Wallace, a daughterinlaw -
an open gate ; two grandchildren and
At the end of the road other relatives.

Through which each must go CLYDE 0 CULMERwho I -
alone, departed this life August i HAROLD BLADES of 700 NW
And there in a light we can- 29, 1949. 4th Ave., died Aug. 13. Services
not see Death is a heartache none can were held Aug. 19 in the
)ur father claims His own healMemorIes chapel with Rev. I. C. Mlcklns
May she rest in peace. are treasuries none pastor of Mt. Olivette Baptist
Mrs. Ruth Dames, mother can stealAlthough Church officiating. Survivors include -
And Sisters you have gone away four, daughters, three
and left us sons, a brother and other relatives -
Love for you still lingers In our .
Mrs. Lillian Culmer Smith, WILLIE STRICKLAND of
family of the late mother 501% NW 11th St. died Aug. 13.

James Culmer, brother Services were held Aug. 22 in
a Samuel Culmer, brother the chapel. Survivors include a
Miss Lorraine Culmer, nice niece, Mrs. Ola Mae Daniel of
'r Atlanta.
} N


rests his head upon the
MRS. ARABELLA T. FOSTER lap of Earth a Youth, to For- Marie Edwards, 1015 4th
Ave., San Mateo, Cal.!, died on
tune and fame unknown. MRS. ALICE HOOKS
who departed this life 28
July 21 at her home. Funeral
Fair Science frowned not on wish to express their sincere
wish to take this method to
services were held at the Cros-
sincere thanks his humble birth And melan- thanks to the many many
express appreciation choly marked him for her own. friends and neighbors for the by-N. Gray Chapel in Burlington
to the friends
many The family of the late cards, flowers, telegrams and Cal.
and the
neighbors for numer- JOSEPH WALLACEwho condolences during the hour of Mrs. Edwards was born in
ous cards, flowers, telegramsand departed this life July 29, their bereavement. Special Florida and had resided in San
all other kindnesses shown
1963 wish to at this time grate- thanks to Greater Bethel AME Mateo for 25 ;years. She was a
during their recent hour of be- fully acknowledge and thank Church, Rev. Hicks, Rev. Cou member of J.tSsema

reavement. the many friends and neigh- sin, Ushers Boards, and all member of St. James AME
Special thanks to the mem- bors for the countless kind deeds other boards, members of the Church of this city. She Is sur-
bers of Mt. Zion Baptist Church durIng their recent period of Club Troubodous and neighborsof vived by her husband, Percy a
and to the pastor, Rev Edward Bereavement. 12th St. Also special thanksto mother, Mrs. Florida Curry, two
T. Graham for officiating such Special thanks go out to Mrs. Mrs. Range and Range Fun- brothers and a host of friends.

an inspiring eulogy also Range _.t_ [rene Pratt, and Mrs. Carrie eral Home. The family wish to express
Funeral Home and staff for W" Ward and her daughter; Rev. Ethel Thompson, sister their appreciation for the many
such efficient services rendered. WILLIAM A. FANNIN S.: A. Cousin and members of Melvin Thompson nephewand cards and telegrams they have
May God bless each of you. wish to express their appreciation Greater Bethel AME Church his wife received. :
Doratha Cowan, daughter for the many services rendered lange J Funeral Home and staff. Ma. Blanche Thompson Thank you in advance:
Three grand children and during their bereavement.The Mrs. Margaret Wallace Twylla Wearre, niece Sincerely yours,
Family Fannin Family And Family Mae Alice Berry) daughter Mrs. Florida CurrytHE

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Northwestern' SATURDAY, ,AUGUST 24, 1963 PAGE 13 I
s 'rwentysfx1neW? teachers "
have been udUed to the Mian Baseball Champs Announcement
Northwestern Senior H 1 g h Mr. and Mrs. Shedrlc E. Carr
School faculty for the coming Banquet Aug. 30 11530 SW 140th Terr RichmondHeights
term. They are: announce the engagement \
Jeanette Bowyer Albert BQsl: The Service First Insurance of their daughter, Brenda ,
Albert Collier, Ida{ Cash. Herman -
Ann Frazier, to Robert Clifford
baseball team, winner of the
Dorsett Judith Douglas,
Linton, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Bartow Duhqrt, Norma Epp: city playground championship, Samuel Linton, 14045 Monroe
Holse Lang Hadley, Cll; will be feted at n banquet Fri-

--1 S -- ford Matthew Daisy Myrlcl, day, Aug. 30 at the Hampton St.The bride-elect Is a graduate
Mary Oliver,; Johnnie Peavj; House of Booker T. Washington High
RENT FOR SALE Marva Pleze, Janice Robersor, School and Is now attending
Hallie Robinson, Leola Sea.- Ralph Burns and Roderlc Prairie View A&M College. Mr.
BY OWNER, 3-bedroom house brook, Fred Seymour and Jas SUva are the coaches Irwin Linton graduated from Dorsey
FURNISHED or unfurnished at 1889 NW 07th St. All hard Simmons.
School and Barber
Walte'of Service First Is the High Tyler
in Opa-locka area. 1-bec wood floors electric kitchen, ir
apt .. College, Tyler, Texas. He Is
room Unfurnished. $15 week, ;2.! tercom system all over. Call OX: sponsor. now proprietor of the Richmond
bedroom uhturi1l heal $J8, 1. 1-5-153 Small down payment.A2 FOR SALE Heights Barber Shop. A December
bedroom furtilshed $21 2-bpi d- month all. Only is
Call $09 a pays wedding planned.
rooms furnished $25. Mi $350 down. Total $10,500. Very, WANTED
kins Rental Agency. NE 4-050* CLOSING 2-bed-
2"-bedroom CBS Fla
riice. ,
very NICE> MIDDLE AGE woman to
Indf room CBS, tHe roof, garage, Enclosed brand kitchen
room and new live on for two months with COMK SAIL WITH US
front porch. Only $35( 1914 NW 42nd St. Drive \fy then teenage girl. Call between 10
l.BEDROOM furnished apt. All! down, $G8 month. Life Realty call me. A Ben-Korl, Realtor, and ((1. G35-0153. Mrs Klnsey. It',*. our first annual MoonllteCrulso
utilities, downtown area. $18 ef.: 1932 NW 7th Ave. PL 0-4371. 714 NW 62nd St. Days 7543,131.Nltes nnd })anrf) aboard the
flclency, $13. Call Mlcklns Rei Open Sunday and evenings. PL 9-5533. Drcninlxuit, Sunday, Rcpt 1.
tal Agency. NE 4-0500. Indf CHILI) CAKN
+ lout leaves'' R:30:: nharp.
QUALIFYING Beautiful $83 month pays all. Total $9,50( MOTHER HELPER will keep by Churl CJrlsby "Air. Houl" and
FURNISHED; weekly rooms, CBS like new. Modern bullt-lr and only $.100 down. Really nice children all day for working Combo. For ticket! mil PI 00032or
$8.50 single $10 double Mae kitchen, garage, flat tHe root duplex, real money maker, live mothers, private home. Cut North Travel Iliirenu. Howervo -
Guest House 2170 WashingtonAve. awning windows, wall to wal{ almost rent free or could mak price for 2 or more children.NE early) number of tickets
,, Opa-locka. Augl closets, huge landscaped lot Into 3-bedroom, 2 bath. See this 4-5311, 1072 NW 47th Terr. limited!
House Is full of beautiful furni sure, 1783 NW 42nd St. A. Ben-
ONE Mtedrdoni apt. UnfurnlsV' ture and modern appliances. / vorl, Realtor, 714 NW 62nd St
'0. City Writer. 3370 NW 51s bargain at $12,500 with $2,00( Days 751-3131. Nites PL 9-5533,
err._ Contact Mr. Gilbert, 337 down. Payments are only $7J St. PaulAM1E, ChurchKindergarten
NW 51st St. NE 4-4321. month. Life Realty, 4032 N\\ See 737 NW 41st St. Home
7th Ave. PL 9-4371. Open Sun- and income property, 2 houses. I
ROOM In private home. $7.5 days. CBS, Really nice. Total $14,500nnly ,,
each. OX 1-1G90.(; 1515 NW 68tl $150 down, for large family .

St. FHA TERMS Nice 2-bed- or good income property Will open August 26, 1963
This Is a good deal. A. Ben- -
CBS In Manor Park.
APT. 1-bedroom, partly fur Corl Realtor, 714 NW 02nd St Pick and delivery service
nished. Adults or will take i a porch, carporte, large fenced 9-5533 up
furnished. Freshly painted Days 754-3131 Nites PL information call
small baby. Call MU 1-0325. yard, For
Inside and out. $300 down
NICE ROOM in private home and $03 month pays all. Life See 671 NW 50th St. Very nice PL 1-1346 634.9698 or

Block to bus and jitney. Nice Realty, 4932 NW 7th Ave., PL 2 houses. Only $500 down, total FR 9-9672
area, like home. For workin 9-4371. Open evenings and Sun 115,500, very good property,,
lady or school teacher. NE Jays. ; ood location. A. Ben-Korl, Realtor -
4-6310. 714 NW 62nd St. Days
51-3131.:> Nltes PL (X-5533.' .
This Is a
ItoO M private home. Prefer house
1-bedroom frame
a quiet sober man or woman with screened front porch. Appliances BLOCK HOUSE. Fenced time near offered Cox KindergartenOpen
Call 634-9054, 47th St. area. air conditioned and new school bus first
NW 45th St,
$8,750, 1822
some furniture. Only $250 down
ROOM near bus lines. 1044 NV and move right In. Payments duplex. Twc for RegistrationThe
GOth St. PL 1-1113. 4932 REAL NICE new
(10 month. Life Realty,
ire located on 12th NW 4th Ct.
bedrooms 1753 ,
NW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. 0 pen large Cox's of Cox's Kindergarten,
ROOM for a refined man ir evenings and Sundays. Ave. Dank finance. Call Indl wish to thank the parents and teachers for makingthe
private home. 1473 NW 70th St 4-0500. swimming clinic a success this summer.

OX 1-0425. NO QUALIFYING CBS duplex Registration is now in progress for the fall term
on nice location In Manor FOR RENT OH T.UASTO
SECTION apt. $2C For information call FR 1.8488 or OX 1.1834
NW Ifl
garage Park. Both apartments are fully For long or short forms,
per week. Adults 6966811.. furnished.' Price, down payment "noms with 20x40 hallway in MR. and MRS. W. 0, COX, Owners
and terms are very reasonable. the center. Suitable for lawversir V 0-31
$18 LARGE three bedroom Life Realty, 4932 NW 7th Ave. : doctors! with a drive In door.
house. Free gas and water. In PL 9-4371. Open evenings and MEW 4 TIED ROOM. 2 bath In
quire 2398 NW 61st St. Sundays. West Hollywood Small down

$18, ROOM house 3380 NW '? Y FURNISHED 3-bed- nnvment.i 4-0500.hank financing Indf CanE Girls For Jobs in New York

62nd St. HI 6-1266. Price Is
CBS FHA terms.
-oom maids with fine families. No experience
down and $68 jobs as
only $8,500, $400 TRASH HAULING
5M3EDROOM ROUSE in Rich- month. Life Realty, 4932 NW Also van for movlnK. Free needed'' Free room and meals. Earn $30-$60
mond Heights. 14125 Madison 7th' Ave PL 9-4371. Open evenIngs stlmate. For Information canfHn advance bus ticket and make travel
St. CE 53553.FURNISHED. and Sundays. f 1nd' a week. We your
t ) ,". arrangements for you. Come in and discuss the details .
APT. with yard,, -.--- --- -. --
reasonable. Call OX 1-2426. with UI.SETIA.
Dora's Kiddie CBS 3-bedroom
FURNISHED upstairs 2-bed- DHARMA AGENCY, room 1308

room, living room, dining room,, Kollege Large living and dining area 111 Northeast 2nd Ave. Miami 32, Florida
kitchen. Call 8885681. 1275 NW lot water free. Real fire

55th Terr. Now registering ages 2.6 place. Va block school,

newly painted. .. ........."
ROOM with private entrance in Will open Sept. 3 porch,

2531 mice home.NW 55th Men St.only. NE 4-5744. QUALIFIED TEACHERS 5238 NW week 24th Ct. Homes! Homes! Homes!

NEWLY DECORATED garage TransportationNA

:apt. Stove and refrigerator fur- UN 6.7761 SUMMER IS HERE . PRICES ARE DOWNNO
free. Jackson -
'tr hed. Water and light 1-7381
13824: NW 47th St. NE 4-6730.
=-- I rtaughlin's
CBS home. With option to buy. NO BALLOON MORTGAGES I
2923 NW 59th St. HI 8-1119. Kiddie University *

2-BEDROOM APT. Refrigeratorand ,
stove. 3189 NW 59th St. ANNOUNCES '63.64 REGISTRATION RENTALS '"'
III 8-1119. I 4719 NW. 15th Court
. Beginning August 26, 930 3:310 daily Adults only, lbedroom, $15 week, include electric
ROOMS$ $8, $9 large, clean, and furniture. One large one bedroom and porch

water.use of 1817 kitchen 1I\V hot 5th and Court.cold OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY, SEPT. 1, 1:00.6:00 furnished, $18 week.

6313177. Check some of our outstanding features: -4115 NW llth Place. 3 big bedrooms, porch,

FURNISHED clean house. 1817 carport, hardwood floors. $500 down.
NW 5th court. $12. 634-3177. I 1-Certified Teachers
2-Same subjects taught' as in first grade (including

KINDERGARTENJuanita's Spanish) -Mansion. Largest in area. 5 bedrooms, magnificent

'open Sept. 3.Kindergarten Pick up and will delivery 3-Same instructional materials used as in publicschools construction, extra lot if desired.' See 1253

hot lunch. For informa- NW 43rd St.
tion call OX 1-2350. S3 4-Hot balanced meals
Morning and afternoon snacks FHA NO CLOSING COSTS

HELP WANTED 6-Comfortable cots for naps child for first grade -1815 NW 47th St. 3 bedroom, $400 down, $9,900
ALL ,AROUND MAN for gro- Register now, let us prepare your $83 month.
15 mortgage,
cery store. Inquire at 5820
12th Ave. Address: 5605 NW 32nd Ave. 2139 NW 43rd St. Retiree special. $7,000 total. $195 '

2 EXPERIENCED Beauty operators School: NE 4-1632 down, $70 month. Nice 2-bedroom home.

Call FR 4-5221. Doris M. Laughlin, supervisor See now . Call WI 59886FOR

BEAUTY OPERATOR. Boyd Phones: Res. NA 1.0128, NA 54)102
Beauty Salon, 1230 NW 3rd
Avg. Fit 4-9704.





:: is unlike all others and that no
THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. Announcement twosets of human fingerprints

Phil Ossofer match. So see, everythingthat
Says a I you
I L Mrs. Elsie K. Williams of 1711 comes to this earth is
NW 64th St. announces; the marriage :;; ::: ;; unique and unlike its species,
\\1 ,:. May 15 of her daughter, slight as the difference may be.I .
1'' 4-H Girl Attends Citizenshio Course June Jeanette, to Ramsey Alex When life ends, where do we
Mr. and Mrs. do accept the concept of a
-----------.- - --- - ander Jr., son of go from here? There are many
J Mona Bethel l-16, daughter of Ramsey Alexander of Murfrees- opinions on this subject. Some life elsewhere after death. Body
39.Mona and soul be likened untoa
boro, Tenn. The bride Is a seniorat may
Mrs. Bethel of 1420 SW nine awards at
\ Olga won Tennessee A&I University. say the grave Is the end. Others caged bird, the cage being the
Doe Lake 4-H in Okla-
101th Court, Richmond Heights, Camp
of return to earth many body the bird, the soul. Des-
Mr. Alexander Is a graduate believe we
waha Fla. this
has recently returned from summer.
reach perfectionand the (body) and the
Tennessee A&I and is presentlyIn times until we troy cage
, Washington, D. C. where she After she graduates Mona the U S. Army stationed in then pass on to heaven. bird (soul) is free to fly from
j attended one-week course In plans to attend Tuskegee Institute France Still others maintain, as In Its confinement. So it is with
f citizenship sponsored by the in Alabama, where she will Judaism, Christianity and Islam the soul at the time of death.If .
Cooperative Extension Service study surgical nursing. that we pass on to other worlds, it has lived according to
Mona, an 11th grade studentat the information they offer is higher or lower, depending on Christ's teachings, it soars to
George Washington Carver not available elsewhere. Nor do our spiritual development here.I the "many mansions" of which
High School in Coconut Grove
I He spoke. If it has not lived
was awarded the trip for her they state or Imply that a person not- do believe that the grave thus, it will sink to the depthsfor
4-H achievements based on the SOCIAL SECURITY might lose money by marks the end of man. Whilewe unprepared for heaven, It
record books which she buying the book they offer for believe
entered have a tendency to cannot enter these mansions.For .
\ In a statewide contest. She Is a sale. only what we can see or hear,
. member of the Carver 4-H Club el et f tR..eM Mr. Blonston advised anyone' we know that many things exIst those who see no life
and during her trip stayed at who has a question as to the which the human senses beyond the grave, these man-
the National 4-4 Center in -...- accuracy of a privately published cannot perceive. For example, sions do not exist, but those
Washington.The ,.....lf51': book about social security to the world rotates at the rate of who hearken to the Christ Spirit
( YOgSO wnw tb OA -r ask his social security office more than 1,000 miles per hour. .
4 1i themselves, knowing
activity began Sun- prepare
about it. He emphasized that I We' can't see it or feel it yet
day, Aug. 4 and ended Saturday, The publisher of a boo k there are many reliable privately accept this fact as gospel truth. they do exist. They believe Him,
Aug. 10. Historical places as, which is being widely advertised published books about social Who was the Voice of Truth on
t Washington's Monument, Jefferson as containing exclusive information security and that the publish Reincarnation, the returningof earth nearly 2,000 years ago,
Memorial Iwo Jlma souls to earth until they become -
"Howto of these books
and "tips" on ers perform a
Statue when He said, "If it were so,
I Capitol, Embassy of social perfected. I feel I must
twice as much security service to the public in helpingthe
r w Ghana and the White House, states that his book has Social Security Administration also reject. I believe every I would have told you." (John
are a few of the many tours she been cleared for accuracy "with to Inform people about single birth here Is that of a 14:2): ),
attended. As Mona says, "All the highest legal authority on their rights and responsibilities new soul and not the return of
of these things> appear and are the subject of Social Security under the social security law. a previous one. We know that
quite interesting in a book; but each snowflake differs from all
F benefit claims. Join The NAACP!
l to actually see, feel, and place others, that each grain of wheat
[ yourself terrificihe various times This book, Edward P. Blon- ,
Advertise - -
is f Just ston, social security district It Pays!

Vi; There were lectures and films manager, said today, has not .. .... ........ .... :;.. "'<. ;;. ......... "'<.........
on citizenship where Mona received been cleared by the Social Security Central Life Insurance Co.of Florida
valuable Administration.[ THINK!
'i said that the
Mr. Blonston
discussions in which she "YOUK FIlIIfiNDLY COMPANY"
participated book which I Is offered for saleit THINK!
t \. Florida well. representing prices ranging from $1.99 tot5.00 MODERN AND ATTRACTIVE POLICIES FROM
contains advice which If $1,000.00 UP TO $50,000.00
t A girl of many achievements:;, /
followed might place a personIn Wt-JTGS
Mona is active !in her school's a worse rather than better Whole Life EndowmentEducational
Junior Red Cross, a member of financial position.
the Honor Society, a reporteron STARKEYSBEAUTY Mortgage Redemption
the Carver Clarion vice- He said also that taking some
president of the Girl's Council, of the "tips" the book offers Retirement Combination Hospital
president of her Junior Class might lead to extensive delayIn AND And Home
and president of the Carver 4-H the payment of social secur
Club. Her scholastic average Is ity benefits, because all of the WIG SALON ALSO
facts would have to be Investi-
gated before social security Family Group Plan

COMB SAUl WITH USIIt's benefits could be paid. Father, Mother and all Children Under 21 Year of

,J our first annual Moonlite "Responsible publishers of HI 8.938 Age Insured Under One Policy

Cnilso and Dance aboard the privately published books and New-I3orne Automatically) Insured After 15 Days
Drpamboat, Sunday, Sept. 1, pamphlets about social security," 3605 Grand Ave.

Mont leaves 8:30 sharp. Music Mr. Blonston pointed out, ,......... .... .... ............ REPRESENTATIVES AND BRANCH OFFICES
by Chuck Grl- by "Mr. Soul" nml "make sure that their mater- STATEWIDE IN FLORIDA AND ALABAMACall
Combo For tickets call PI 1MM)32 ials are technically accurate and NAACP MembershipDrive for representative in''' your city for additional
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serve early, number of tickets promote sales I with advertis
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require work. Our prices are lower than others doing oSrJ:
:$;:, Compounded Quarterly
comparable good work. We repair, sell and rentTV's 1
radio, hi-fi's. Our guaranteed. Free de ID c SfW. : by an a

livery. 1001 N. W. 3rd AVENUE 371-7652 ovemmint

923 NW AUTHORIZED 62nd Street JOSEPH FACTORY SCOTT TV RRPAIR & SALES PL 1.8381 @(iiiii@DCI( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) )

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I Emancipation Proclamation Sfamn na di" oa
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The length of the road from designed by deorg Olden/Murphy rI
slavery to a full realization of concluded: struggle of the Negro American
freedom was cited by Assistant for full equality.. This still un-I
postmaster General 1 Richard J. "Mr. Olden's bold design will reached .coal Is, In President
serve to remind the millions of Kennedy's words, 'one of the
i 1\fUfphY't Frictay, Aug. 16, as he Americans who will
great unfinished
dedicated the see and use tasks of our
Emancipation this stamp of the historic chap democracy.' "
1 Proclaniatlojl:: Commemorative
ter In mankind's
fight for .
.t:anip1 .at Chicago's I CehtUry of dom which was written a free-cen- The Emancipation Proclama "- ,
Negro Prbgress!' Exposition. tury ago. : tlon stamp went on sale at the
"Just the Exposition for the first time
as : "I hope It will alsb be a reminder anywhere It Is on sale elsewhere f
itself was the result 6f the
continuing In the nation
of many years of struggle, now
so the fight to bring full mean-
ing to the phrase 'freedom to
the free' has been long and tumultuous THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.
," Mr. Murphey declared .
"This Exposition effective. PACE 15
ly demonstrates how far has
Ween traveled in the last hun-
dred years, and how much of
a ournoy yet remains."
Mr. Murphy, director of the
Bureau of Personnel of the j

said United America States Post Office Dept., SERVICE CALLS $1.00 Mrs Mildred Grayson beams happily after receiving
today is "in the
a PERSULAN RINSE & PRESS from Dill Simmons
midst of a genuine revolutiona Day NightWe ,
revolution to end finally and or Internationally Famed flair Stylist
for all time the Injustices and
Service All Makes of
imposed inferiority of the last a.
t CeiHury. HI-FI's and STEREOSWe / s

Emahclriatlort. One ,hundred Proclamation years ago, the established Alto Rent _

1 the legal equality of TV by the week or Month
the Negro in America," he said. r r r
"Today, we seek no less thanto
make equality meaningful in 907 N.W. 'AVENUE
the economic and social as well _
as the legal spheres." KEEPS HAIR FROM GOING BACK!

Noting that the Emancipation Phone FR 4.2044 Persulan Rinse & Press water proofs

Proclamation stamp was' hair gives body to hair holds curls

longer Styles last longer keeps hair

School from going back defies perspiration,

: Lincoln Fields Apartments steam and hot weather Non-greasy -

No dangerous chemicals gives highlightto

Registration 2045 N.W. 62nd Street hair. Wonderful! .


Deadline is .., .. ,,,'
Enjoy Living in Our Cool, Clean Apartments NEWEST, SAFEST, EASIEST

Offering Many Features WAY TO PREVENT : l I

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Most bf the 185,000 students Tile Bathroom Refrigerator Gas Stove _u. ..J........ .....,,..r".__
who ,will troop Into Dade's pull- Newly painted Venetian Blinds
lie schools Sept. 3 registeredlast BEAUY SHOW
spring but there's a deadline Washing Machines Laundry Rooms
coming up Tuesday, Aug. MODELS BEAUTICIANSSir
Free Parking Auto hot water heaUrFree
those who didn t.
27 for Hotel ] 6th St.
John N.W. 3rd Ave. at
Garbage Disposal Filtered water
Here's a rundown on who Monday, Sept. 9 Clinic 10 a.m. 5 p.m.
has to act and what action to CARETAKERS ON PREMISES Tuesday, Sept. 10-Clinic, 10 a.m. 5 p.m.
take: Wednesday, Sept. 11 Dance & Awards 9 p.m.?
NEWCOMERS If you're -.__....
new In town since classes closed WILLIAM J. O'BRIEN AND CO.
In June and will be going to Phone 759-2766
Junior or senior high, report to Weekly Rates
the school serving your area
before $14.50 1 bedroom $18.50 2 bedroom Apt.
27 any: weekday on or Aug. LAWRENCE HARGROVEOf
Renting Office open every day' Phone OX 1-8862
If you will be going to an WMBM presentsAT
elementary school, report thereon THE
Aug. 27 only.
failed to do so last April report O' HeartsFRI.
to the proper school, birth King
certificate In hand, any weekday -
on or before Aug. 27.
MOVERS If your family ., SAT., SUN.
moved from one school area to '
another after you registered, frr- AUGUST 23-24-25
"anrd you are a secondary student _
a transfer from the
,tfd school and take It to the
new one. If you're an elemen- The Miracles
tary mover, forget about the .i,
transfer, but report to the new
Students who were notified "Livinjr Service for the Living" "Way' Over There" "You)'
last May that they were being )/
switched registered from in because the schools of the they Oscar L. Range Funeral HomeM. Can Drppnil on mo" "I'll'_ __a;

opening of new schools or the Athalie Range, Owner N. Patrick Range, Mgr. Try Homctlilng N e w1'I

changing of boundary lines have 5727 N.W. 17th Avenue: Ii,..<;..
only to report to their new "Kvrrylxxly Gotta Pay Borne I
schools Sept. 3.RID. OX 1-0131 OX 1.4343 /

$ A.... .... ..__ _.. e. Dues" "Happy landing" 1i

"Shop Around" "You Iteah

B t* Jy Gotta Hold on tnoH -

Hair M>
{Falling '
uMlck )"H Monkey"

'By FridayOR Clarence Reed & The Delmiros

MONEY BACK FROM 1 Hour Service Credit Available (THEIR NEW HOME)

WHILE YOU,WAIT Retha Reese & The Singin' Swingin'

KDRASOLOnly Come in for free checkup Romeos
Stan The Man Guitar
Remove Radiator From Inck Flush KnglrtP Ulo uI l Featuring on
Check water.. pump & fio.t>.
Kurasol Can Make Car
Teat Radiator' for Leak.. NO
Clean and R<*l Radlatom
This GuaranteeBe Test Thermostat and and Repair .. o:... -- --- ..,.,. -
Rid of PrrMNore Cap Paint and Install llmllator TEENAGE MATINEE
and All\ Work fiiiaranteed
Itchy scalp, COMPLETE STOCK OF REBUILT RADIATORS Sunday, August 25 6 p.m. til 9 p.m.
Sailing) hair fast withKURASOL
OPEN 7 A.M. TO fl '-.)'. MO\ THRU HAT. I ADMISSION $1.00

the ale: at Drug Stores and 6200 N.W. 27th Ave. Dial OX 1.2221 THOUBANDB OP VHI3I2 ItECORDST.

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA. Aug. G. He was a native of Old Demonstrations Erupt In La.
Bight, Cat Island. Surviving are
SATURDAY AUGUST 24 1963 his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nehe-
PAGE 16 ,
miah Dawkins four brothers, Small groups of Negro demonstrators on City

__...... ....__......v #.:$...,...""' "$....':1._""' ''''' '$"' '''-'.'- '- "::7":1':; a Cash, David Enos; and Kenneth; in Plaquemine, La., Negro leaders, In an earlier
four sisters, Mrs. Mildred Rolle, sat-in at several cafes Tuesday, conference with city! officials,
Mrs. Ruth Mitchell\ the Misses demanding! racial c i1c ssions. said they have enough economic
Eulene and Olive Dawkins
The delta town swarmed boycott power to make Plaque-
and officers from
-- -- -- - - - with police
mine a "ghost town" unless racial -
William Gibson, 34, of Savan I of the St. John Particular Bap- A building project estimated neighboring police departmentsand barriers fall '
tist Convention of 72 churches at $781000 Is planned for EastBay a troop of state police from }
nah Sound Eleuthera, was the Potter's JJaton Rogue, and the Charles Schenelfelen
I on 11 islands. He was also appointed Street opposite near-by Mayor
found guilty manslaughter superintendent of workof Cay Causeway. Three buildingsare demonstrators were quickly ar said he would ask federal court
by a Supreme Court Jury on the convention for one year. to be on the site, which will rested. for an injunction to prevent
August 12 and was given a ten be known as tho Out Island further demonstrations.
year jail term. Rev Equipped with gas masks and
Gibson was originally charged Fitz Winfield Good- Trading electric cattle prods, the state About 45 were arrested on
I with murder in the death of ridge of Barbados was ordained been troopers fired tear gas into the Tuesday arid 1? Monday night
Thomas Knowles, his mother's to the Anglican priesthood Bradley- Roberts has crowds three times, to prevent including James Farmer, national -
boy-friend. His counsel, Colin recently. He is stationed at St.Matthew's awarded three-year scholar- a persistent "freedom* march" GORE president.
Callender entered a plea of man Church, Canon Ad- ship by the Bahamas Electrcity . ,
slaughter. Knowles was killed dington Johnson, rector.Elghtyeal'oJd Corporation to take a Diploma.
during a drunken brawl on the Course in Mechanical Engineering
night of April 20-21. Gregory Roker at the College of Arts, Science
died on the way to the hospital and Technology, King- Arabia Temple No. 1 A.A.O.N.M.S.Will .
The building industry in Nas- on the night of Aug. 9, ston, Jamaica. He has been a
sau is bouncing back to a little after a truck driven by Henry part time trainee at the corporation not hold their Installation Ball at Bayfront Park:
boom after the 1962 "recession". Saunders hit him In front of since 1960.
The Public Board of Works reported his home on Sunlight Cottage. Auditorium due to a change of plans
recently that n total of The child was playing "You will go to prison' for 10
817 permits had been Issued for sand and was not seen by the year," the Chief Justice told -INSTEAD-
the year from January to July,, driver. George Washington Pyfrom of
estimating more than $2,900,000 Rock Sound, Eleuthera, on Aug.
Eric Albury Jr.. 24, was con- 8, as he sentenced Pyfrom for The Installation Ball
The Bahamas Baptist Sunday victed for rape by a Supreme the death of Geneva Gibson.
School and Training Union Con. Court Jury recently. He was Pyfrom's charge was changedfrom Will be held at the
press meets this week at Mt Driven a prison term of 10 years. murder to manslaughter.
Carey Baptist Church, Fox Hill The jury voted 11-1 Pyfrom killed the 27yearoldwoman
The sessions are being attended in a fit of pealousy. SHRINE TEMPLE
by large numbers of ouJ2gpeople. The Bahamas Band will ap-

*W oear at the Airlines Fall Festival U.S "faith healer" threatened 5598 N.W. 7th Avenue
the Carrilon Hotel Miami Tribunefor
at I the Nassau Daily
Richard Samuel Barrett was Beach. The affair will last from not publishing a story and I
ordained to the ministry Sunday Sept. 28 to Oct. 5. The Police pictures taken at his meeting. 24
July 28 at St. John Bap Band will "Beat the Retreat"m It 1 Is< alleged that he has been Saturday Night, August
tist Church, to succeed his Collins Ave. outside the Cor- collecting large sums of money I
father-in-law, the late Rev. rolin at 6:30: p.m. Sept. 30. for cures that just didn't work.
,t T. g.V, Ronaldson, as pastor. His prey were mostly poor -
He was active in St. John's fora Timothy Dawkins, 22, died at people who easily fell for his
number of years as chorister, Princess Margaret Hospital on line. MUSIC FOR DANCING BY
deacon and as general secretary
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3 large spacious bedrooms, 2 bath, garage, electric kitchen, -0-

Ushers' Union Associa open a-5 p.m. Owners at:
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will meet at Mt. Olivette Bap- : Advance $1.00 At Door $t.IO
\ 1452: N.W. 58th Terr. -with extra lot.
tist Church.
;This being Union Day ,the 1044 N.W. 40th,.St. 3-bcdroom, 2 bath, Fla. room For Reservations Call HI 8-5876

president Is asking all boards 1809 N.W. 41st St. with extra lot
t to please have their representative : Built to suit. No money down. We finance
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Don't forget. Ushers Union
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WE APOLOGIZEWe Here it is Brand, Spanking New.! Justcompleted 1436 NW 38th Street -

'dl n'f pxoect siirh crowd Lovely CBS 3-bedroom, Fla. room, tile roof, hard
AH available snlpeheln todivFI wood! floors and Owner closing costs.
been The carporte. pays
:;T SAT,F: TN YEARS never ,
Forced to Close $400 clown, $74 month $12,000 total price.

I FTTRNITURE WAREHOUSE 3-! smartest modern, up to date Studio ,Cottage .

Savin to 80% .
I 5 FULL FLOORS un OF in Dade County. Built for iheldisJ. 231_ NW 11th Place

FURNTTUP ..,. ./ r-fo qualifying on this lovely 3-bedroom, hardwood
'2nd and 4th Floors) criminating. ,* I floors, screened front porch and carport on lovely
POO SECTIONALS cronreom sofas : l lot. '$500 down $10,000 total price.
and convertibles 75 differ- : corner ,

ent styles Ebrlv American,, lire.Also t.. '.l\.1.
Danish Modern. French. Italia) .-
N.W. 24th
5131 t
and Victorian, appraised: at $095, ;'.
Freight. claim orlce $165 If per ." '.' -' 1140 NW 38th Street
feet $265 (full floor of unusual Gorgeous 2 bed oom, Fla. room and garage, on beau-
Jiving! room) appraised up tc down $81 month. $10,000
($1.295)) Cheaper but beautiful tiful landscaped lot. $300 ,

styles $85.On choice one bedroom apartments in total price.
( Floors lst-2nd-3rd)

American 500 DANISH bedrooms Modern, 300 matching Early: the famous Luxury MANOR apartments .

dining rooms, appraised tc I DUPLEXES LIVE RENT FREE
$795. Freight claim price $185,
If perfect $295. Cheaper suites 3711-13 NW 14th Ave.
$85 complete.On 1298 N.W. 60th t tCool St. This CBS beauty has' 2 bedrooms, 1 bath each s de.

( Floors lst-2nd-5th) FHA low _down payment:
FRENCH, Italian Duncan PhyCedlnln .t .

matching rooms bedrooms 200, 25 gorgeovu different. .Quiet_ Dignified!, Choice'Location, Free ,, 3710.12'NW 14th Ave. 1

styles and finishes; Appraised bedrooms, 1 bath' each side. FHA terms,' low. down
:' '. - at $1,000 freight claim $285 1 IJ;f . ,Parking. Completely :Fenced : .
remperfect, ;' $385. Full floor of unusual - --- -jt "tt. J.... r.payment. '. .."_ t
k styles, appraised' valuesto .
One floor of
$1,595. cheaper
but gorgeous suites $125. 1040 NW 39th Street ;

OVER 400 odd desks, dressers, grounds maintenance serviceADULTS 'f'Dally .,' Beautiful 3-bedroom, Fla. room, hardwood floors
chinas, breakfronts, curio cabi- .
nets, boudoir tables, powder ONLY NO PETS l and garage. Owner pays closing costs. $400' down,
tables, marble living room $82 per month. $12,000 total price.
pieces, 200 unusual dinettes, 30C(
famous Hollywood beds, famous See and rent these luxury homes now while they are s --

new mattresses, odd chairs, sofa 1040 NW 46th StreetThis
beds, studio couches, Danishloungesl still available
chairs, sectionals, etc, lovely home has 2-bedrooms, tile roof, hardwood %
ture will be sold to thE floors and garage on lovely; comer lot. Owner ...

general public. Cheaper to large pay: closing costs. $400 down, $74 per month.
users. Open 'til 6:30.: No cash
$12,000 total price.News.
needed, we deliver.
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