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Title: Miami Times
Uniform Title: Miami Times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: August 31, 1963
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Volume ID: VID00717
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10-OOO Make Orderly Plea For Equality .

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The Times are Changed and we are Changed With Them I I


Miami May Get PublicAccomodations TMiamians< Demonstration is S ''I ; .

In Historic '

Law March Protest in U. S. His

Community: released their first progress report At least GO from Dy GARTH C.,REEVES
oil Tuesday ahd in it ask-
Relations Board ed for "new tools to accomplish the Greater historic Miami participated in More than 210,000 men, women and children came thousands
the mission! assigned to it." on Washing of miles to Washington Wednesday and provided an awesome-
Seeks New PowerA County Manager Irving Mc- ton Wednesday. 55 example of the constitutional and democratic American right to
Nayr is 'opposed to any exten- Approximately Palm, Includingsix assemble and petition their :government for p ,redress of griev-
from Beach arrived -
sion of the board's
public aocomodatlons law power.
In 8:45 the
Washington at :
similar to the one causing all McNayr thinks, "legislation morning of the march on the ances.The March on Washington was a profoundly moving demonstration
the Juror in Congress will ,beaske should be used only as a last Atlantic Coast Line Freedom tremendous orderly, boldly confident and at the same'
by Miami's Commun resort. relations Education, persuasion, Train carrying 787 marchers time relaxed, so completely, right: from start to finish# that America
ity Relations Board. The law public whateveryou enroute. was done proud.
prohibits discrimination In res- wish to call it is far picked up
taurants; ,hotels and theatres. more" effective than compulsion Some of the advance party President Kennedy echoed the feelings of eve negroes who-
that flew up included Dr. John witnessed It when he said, "The] cause of 20 million has
The 18-member board that Includes A member of the Community O. Brown, Dr. Edwin Shirley been advanced" by the wonder f ully handled event..
Negroes was cre- Relations Board has made a
Garth Reeves
ated'by Metro in July to help study of a similar Jaw recently Arrington and Miss Atty Barbara The demonstration was the greatest protest march on Wash-
avoid racial 'tension' here. They adopted in Louisville ICy. Bo'Ney. ington in U. S. history. The size, of the turnout eye" surprisedthe

Those arriving on train were: march leaders. A '

Edison Sands, Mrs. Bessie L. From all over the land they came, as far away as Florid
Brunt, Jennie Jasse, Mat Sed-! and California. One delegation was seen from Puerto Rico One?
kin, Irving Shapiro, July Phil- out of every four marchers seemed to lie a white supporter.
lips Clarence Williams, Matrin
t;., Rohan, Roland Woods Jr., Jean- There was no disorder whatever. By the time the meeting
ette Jackson, Nancy Wiles, reached Its peak before the Lincoln Memorial, oven the thoughtof
I Cleveland: Bell, Gloria Perry, disorder had altogether vanished from the minds of the author
I Jackie Greene, Rev. Edward T. ities.
t I Graham. Rather there was displayed n total sense of Innate order andRelfdIRclpllne.

Mrs. Anna Tatelbaum, M. Len At the same time, there flowed from the marchIng -
chits, Jennie Applebaum Weldon singing, chanting thousand a Joyous, triumphant spirit -
Rougeau, Crispin S. "Fife triumphant in the hope that Negro,equality with white,citizenship ", 'j
Jasper Sweeting, Michael Walker shall surely prevail soon in every part of this land. '

Ira Simmons Lillle B. Booth I That's what the demonstration was all about a petition 'N'"
Patricia Due A. D, Moore, Flor-! mainly for civil rights and Jote, hut Including ,also the whole

ence Nelson, Leola Williams. spectrum of rights up to the, ultimate ideal of equality. ,'
Lizzie Mae Nevvby, Mrs E.< Mi
I Taylor, If the march of the 210,000lnd been !in the nature of a "wit-
I nessing" of Negro:aspirations and demands, the platform program
Mrs. Fannie Getalman, Mrs. of oratory and ceremony ,:was in the nature of a sermon.
a Anna Goldberg, Fannie Dubnlk, I I
Benny O'Berry, Mrs. Eleanor There was nothing new in (iwhat was said. They*, had heard < wit t
Pred, Nettie Williams:: Dorothy all before.. And It was largely''' addressed to ,the rest of America ,
Pearson Stanley Pred, Stifve anyway.
Baum, John Due, Willie Powell, The style of delivery bv these outstanding! Negro oratorswas
Roman Catholicism's first Ne-1 bership plaque from Henry J. Louise E. Boule. Peggy DIs- noble.' The message was clear painfully clear, shamefully
pro cardinal, Laurian Cardinal Richardson Jr., member of the pen a, Blanche Calloway, Jennie clear. And yet, with hardly an exception, the speeches were dignified -
Kugnmbwn of Tanganyika" Indlnnnpoli NAACP branch, an edkln.. even as they were searlntf.: ,r"
knows well the meaning of Indiana Governor and'Mrs. Matthew r
freedom and shows his support }:. Welsh look on. The A Philip Randolph, the patrlarchlal head of the Brotherhoodof l I
i r- of AnicriraVi Fight for Freedomby plaque! } was presented at the Youths Charge Sleeping Car Porters, who first nropoied) a march on Washington :' :
enrolling an! a life! member national convention of the 30 :years a<<0. was the officiating! chairman of the program;, t Jij It
In the NAACP. Cardinal Ruga Knights of St. Peter Claver In Whlto-hnlred and sfntesmnnJIkej, ho Introduced, the variouscpeakers !
nib wa receives o.his life mem I Indianapolis.. Police BrutalityThree with fatherly pride. '"1" 1, <*""rKING'S ."..


I court that youths they were charged beaten in The three major faiths as well as the malor' civil 1 rights organization Ji r;. .,

i Jacksonville Schools To ,t with telephone books by Metro i were represented In the speaking', program.' ,..' : I
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detectives" while being quest- But It was Dr. Martin Luther Kim Jr. whoM ,tnlk brought .".' f
Integrate Tuesday I ioned as robbery suspects the blorcrest cheers from the missive 8", II en/"o./ Dr. King president 'a
State Attorney Richard:: Ger-
filtptn: lintel I ho In hnlrllnr/ n fullInvestigation of the Southern Christian Leadership= Conference. n tre-
menrtomlv moving figure all Negroes and he boron a";
,Utuatlon" had ben unlat" er--- I
Mixed ,nerally Into the ,"
Attend discussed and . "this> information by t 1 1 I n tr that a hundred vpars after emancipation! "the N* -
in Key West is handed you so that- "I'm not passing! on the meritof cro )Jlvpq i on a lonely island of poverty in the midst of a vast
tOO you can make whatever prepa- the accusations in any way" ocean of material prosperity. '
gation's you deem advisable to he said. "But there are too '
Duval County Board ,of "In a sense we have como to our nation's, eanltnl'to cash a
Instruction formally 'an- cone with. any difficulty which many allegations of this sort check" he said "Where the architect of our republic! wrote the-
c school system will ,lower NO TROUBLE. AT KEY WEST bottom of it"The Independent they wp.rpImlnlt A n..o***'..,.n." r>.ti to which
traditional segregation: barriers youths are Jimmie Lee : every Amerlonn wa i to fall heir Thin ;.note! won 3 nromlc that
lept. 3 in the face of a federal More than 100 Negroes were Dixon, Willie Duncan and Leon I all men would b,. granted i the unalienable rights of life, liberty )
ourt order. smoothly integrated into Key Wright. Each of them is 18. I and the pursuit of happiness. t,
County School Superintendentsh West schools,"this :week. It la said that the only officer I
Brant stated In a letter School Superintendent Hor- named is George Busbee, who "It is obvious todav'that America nan defaulted on thin/ promIssorv q
note *o far ai" her Htlaem of color are concerned Instead
that under a. grade-a-year de- ice O'Bryant said he foresawno of town vacation. '
out on
was k I'
jegregatlon plan approved by friction as a result of the of honoring this **crd f ohll raMnn, America has given the Negro ,,I
the court "certain Negro children sweeping mixing of the races The alleged beating: occurredin oeonJp' a bad rheck; A check which ban come back marked. "In / "
the Public Safety Department {i
to some sufficient funds. ,
have been assigned ordered by the school board where the boys were
af the public schools in this this month. taken by Miami police after "But we refuse to believe that the Bank of Justice I'If bank I
Bounty in which the student After Initiating token integration they had been held In Jail. runt We refuse to believe that there Insufficient! funds In I
1 body is made up or predomii in selected schools a the great. vault of opportunity of this'- nation So we have' cometo
antly members of the white year ago, the school board this
cash this check that will give WI upon demand the
j ace. summer racial barriers.decided to remove all of Its own here in Miami on riches of freedom and the security of Justice." I I

'The letter was written joint O'Bryant said Negro Wednesday In :a sympathetic Dr. King warned the Nrarro people against allowing their
1 r to Gov. Farris Bryant, Duval student applying, any for a trans- 7esture with the March on ,"marvelous new military" to lead them to a distrust of all white
ounty Sheriff Dale Carson and fer who lived closer to a white Washington. people. I(
]mayor Haydon Burns, and en- school than a Negro school was Pickets carrying signs marched WILKINB CALM FOR FREEDOM '
list of the addresses of
a accepted at the white school.
around the Florida State
parents. Office Building, the Justice Roy Wilkins executive secretary of the NAACP. was an especially ,
10 Negro students ,are Miami Municipal happy figure when he wag called toaddrenl the crowd.
Building and the
Bed to be Involved In the
Integration move. RoNe Marches 'On Building. 'We are here today because we 'want the Congress! of the ,
of this list, and the Rolle' claims that other than United Fxtate to hear from us In person what many of us have :
of children and schools maintenance personnel thereare told our public officials Mack home," he said. "We want freedom! 'I'

tb which they have, been asgned Miami and MetroThe no Negroes employed in One of the leading figures In the civil rights/ movement sent
s were not made ayaJJ8 the State Building and only!! one a message from his Jail cell. James!! Farmer head of the Congress, &,
All Peoples DemocraticClub in the Justice Building. No figures of Racial Equality, is in Jail in Donaldjvllle, La. for demonstratF
said "Problems I headed by' C.
The letter Gaylord were given on the Municipal .,
i 'hlch! might, arise from this_ :Rolls' put, on a demonstration Building. (Continued on -page 5)) ..,,:'



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MRS WILLIAM BYRD of gust Colston until time to return '
Lumberton, N.C. was the recent to college next month. i .
house guest of the James Craw- :1p t r W:lw hdt 4 :
fords of 14250 Madison St. In 1V'GItATULATIONS to OH-
Richmond Heights. Mrs. Byrd ver and Rose Spicer upon the
who Is the assistant principalof new addition to their family.
Hilly Branch High School 'Twas a bouncing baby boy
had spent two weeks attendingthe born on Monday. *
space Institute at' the. Uni- r
versity of South Florida in
AlefleM; :MARY B. LOWE yfi4c <
Tampa. was Mrs.Byrd's
first trip to Florida and she expresses and CARMETTA BROWN recently -
herself as having had a motored to relatives ra
with stopovers visiting
wonderful and Impressive
very Jacksonville and Melbourne,
visit. Mrs. Byrd particularly enjoyed -
Brunswick and Albany, Ga. Jonesof
her visit to the Seaquar- :Mr. and Mrs. Willie II.
Portsmouth Va. In Wash-
and ,
ium, the Redland agricultural visited Mrs. 21WO: NW fiOth St. announce
area of Dade County, the Cran. ington Brown's sister they and brotherinlaw the engagement of their sister, ay ),z :
don Park Zoo and several Dade the Paul Stubblefields. Both Beatrice II o 1 11 s to Mr. Richiird -
County beaches. ladies are D. C. public school Pin-ham) now stationed in
teachers and returned home In Germany. A September wed-
MRS. MARY DAVIS Is! busy time to resume their teaching ding is being planned. I Mrs. Mildred Grayson beams happily alter receiving
entertaining her sister, Marjorie duties on Monday. r a PERSULAN RINSE & PRESS from Bill Strnttoris
Kimball: of California who Is Internationally Famed Hair Stylist.

visiting relatives and friends In JANIE FLOWERS is n o w Dora's Kiddie
Miami. Mrs. Jane Pierce. Mr. and Mrs.
Pierce vacationed this summerIn Kollege a
North Carolina and Georgia.
and daughter, Pamelaof Now registering ages 2.6
Cleveland, Ohio, were visi- FRANKIE CcCULLOUGH re
tors to Mr. and Mrs. Vance cently visited her family In Miami Will open Sept. 3
Little (Winifred Bethel.) They before returning to her 17nm1
report enjoying their visit. teaching post in Germany. Miss QUALIFIED TEACHERS
McCullough, who has also
taught in Japan, visited rela- TransportationNA KEEPS HAIR FROM GOING BACK!
Mr. nnrt Mrs. JOHN A. tives and friends In New York
WTLKES. Cleveland Ohio, spent City. 1.7381 water proofs
& Press
two weeks In Miami and a weekIn Persulan Rinse
Nassau! : while vacationing hair gives body to hair holds curls
hprp. Mr. Wilkes Is chief city GET WELL wishes to: Mrs.
planner in rharsre of the zoning Henrietta Sweeting, who has longer Styles last longer keeps hair

section And drafting depart- been ill for the past few weeks from going back defies perspiration
ment of the Cleveland city plan- . Viola Dean Warfield, whoIs CBS 3-bedroorn ,
nlntr commission. Mrs. Wilkes 111 In Jackson Hospital . steam and hot weather Non-greasy -
'C:;s n, nuree In the rehabilitation Walton Young Robinson, A. L. Large living and dining area
No dangerous chemicals gives highlightto
department of Benjamin Rose Lewis Elementary principaland hot water free. Real fire
Hospital one of the sections of her secretary, Anna Saun- hair. Wonderful!
.the University Hospital Devel- ders, who were Injured recently place. 1/2 block school,
onment, the largest hospital In in an auto accident. porch, newly painted.

5238 NW 24th Ct. -
BIRTHDAY Grrrtlims to: of Wayne Bowe's accident.
Loretha A, Shipman (who Is BTW student leader Wayne was $20 week HAIR FROM GOING BACK!
manning a birthday cruise to injured In an auto accident In
Blmlnl Sept. 1)); Roosevelt Nassau while on vacation. He Mr. Jackson UN 6.7761 i Yti JaL.L
(Teddy) Shipman! Ruth Rose Is now at home convalescing at
Curry, Martha A. Johnson, Me- Hospital. BEAUY SHOW
Keva L. Smith Jr.Mrs. Variety (Children's ......._. ._. ._. . . .++. ..4

) / CELESTINE THOMPSON Charles C. North Is off
and granddaughter, Celes- again this time to Boston to Contractor John Hotel, N.W. 3rdl! Ave. at 6th St.
tine E. Smith returned to the the Elks Convention, then to Monday, Sept. 9 Clinic 10 a.m. 5 p.m.
city after spending a two week New York and Nassau. ,
vacation In Nassau visiting a Tuesday, Sept. 10-Clinic, 10 a.m. 5 p.m.

with relatives and friends. LITTLE RHONDREA FOSTER Wednesday, Sept. 11 Dance & Awards 9 p.m.?

daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
visiting Mac Foster, celebrated her birthday
friends and relatives. Mr. Murray by entertaining her little Phone 759.2766
is employed at Montefiore friends at a birthday party.
Hospital In New York City as Gwendolyn Crosby, Stephane -
a research assistant In the C. Reid, Mr. and Mrs. McDon-
cancer division of the hospital.His ald oster James W. Cash, LIo-
sister Mary will be teaching nel Wllliams, J. C. Chandler,
school in Jersey City, N.J. this Eddie L. Ivery, Charles Jones, Ldt JET TV CLINICHOME
fall. Terry Bell, Samuel D. Wright,
Charles Wyche, Samuel D. Licensed and Injured
MISS MINERVA BO8FIKL1) Yvonne Simmons, By City and County SERVICE CALLS $1.00
Louse Loretha Pecke
Blasford, ,
of Nassau,.. Bahamas, Is vaca- Pauline Dunn. Service phone FR 98685
Flournoy Day or NightWe
tioning in Miami with the Dullard FREE ESTIMATES
Family and her relatives.
May she have a wonderful timein ERNEST SANDS bus returned f............*.............Indi.. Service All Makes of
our city.CHARMING. from a week's visit to Nas- HI-FI's
sau. It was his first visit In 21 Times ads don't cost and STEREOSWe
CO-ED Barbara years and he expressed surprise
Brashear of Dallas, Texas, is in at the growth and developmentof They Also Rent
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SATURDAY AUGUST 31, 1&63 PAGE 3 S. Atchinson, pastor -
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-- --- ....:.--..--- Constance Carter, reporter

AVJifatf MistiKfcGATiotf ENDS Last .Sunday both sermons
were delivered by our pastor. ,

Negro (tel Become (Much These At 3 p.m.sermons we rendered were Inspiring.serviceat .

ZIon Hill Baptist Church,
More Responsible CitizenThe where Rev Plckett Is pastor.
Along with that the No. 2 choir *
appeared on the 12th anniversary :'
Negro must become 'a When Visible legal
segregation -
of choir No. 1 at
much more citizen Is ended said program
responsible- Lomax "Ne
First Baptist of Opa-locka.
than he now after
Integra- groes must come to grips with
tion has tteen achieved, a lead- the fact that they are an under On the first Sunday we are
Ing Negro author delared today. developed people." expecting another wonderfulday

Writing In the issueof which Includes the sermonsas
current "There are reasons for this,
Look Magazine, Louis he well. The No. 2 choir will
E. added, "and the Negro's cul
Lomax asserted that Negroes, tural gap has everything to do sing during the evening service.
The No. 1 usher board will be
on the whole, "are not ready to with what has happened to the
assume the responsibilities that black man In America since his In charge of ushering at both
are Inseparable concomitants of reluctant migration from Africa. services.
the freedoms we seek," The No. .1 usher board Is sponsoring
"But that was almost four "The World's Greatest
hundred years ago. To be sure 6:30 ," '
Tour" 31
on August at : p.m. x. L :II' 1"r
we are still scarred by what
Each and Is invited to
happened then, and since, but come out everyone and enjoy a most "Thank you Franklin Federal," say the Arnold Hartsas

democracy Is Infectious Is, as and demanding the Negro==C as Is It wonderful evening. AdmissionIs they leave for Nassau as guests of the Savings and
j .' 4 :Lir by no means relieved of the Im only 75 cents for students Loan Association.
and $1.25 for adults.
perative to further change much Wife, Helen was the winner in the recent Franklin
things by becoming a Remember that the doors of
more responsible citizen than he; Mt. Calvary are always open to Federal contest.
Arr'r now Is I everyone.

"The American Negro m u R t
be taught and Is ready to be KlIKXEZKIl
taught. I' JACK'S MEN'S WEAR

i We will be observing 0 u rMen's
Lomax, author of "Negro Revolt" .
Day at Ebenezer Sept. 8.
and "The Reluctant AfrI- You and your friends are cor- 944 NW 2nd Avenue
can," said In Look he doubts dially invited to attend both ser I II
that the present Negro leaderscan vices. Come and witness the I I Exclusive Men's Wear from the top of your head to !
do the Job within the Negro men of the church in action.
community they are now doing Good singing. We are sure you the tip of your toes including
against the white establishment, won't go away disappointed. I I Hat Shoes Shirts Suits Trousers Caps of
"They are too protestmindedtoo Washington Brown, publicity
chairman. Styles and quality at popular pricesBE
caught up and rightly so
In removing segregation. Buta SURE TO COME AND SEE US
younger crop of Negro leaders
who can do an Intracom- Want to Sell it?
munity job are already waitingIn
PROMOTED: Robert S. Monroe -
Advertise it'?
the wings, he declared.
163 Wilkinson Ave., Jersey
City, N.J., has been promoted --- --
from sergeant': to lieutenant
with the Hudson". County insti
tutton't"Curlty' force Lt. Monroe t
n former boxer, has; work. { r I
ed for the county since 1949.

Lt. Monroe Is the brother of
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&. ... OJ Iii. Stanley Herbert has been pro I According tb the Christian
member of the Science Monitor there are
moted from a
BROWSIN'By 750,000 alcoholics In California
Wisconsin Public Service Com- a total that easily leads another
PAUL IIENIIYrjHMB mission as deputy general coun- states.
MJj >>" CtC1'C13] >CJNC3tJV*?* "1O-. sel In the Department of the In 1961 there were 350,000 arrests .

Henry L. Giordano, United Navy. He Is now the highest 42,899 arrests for for drunkeness drunk driving and
States Federal Bureau of Nar- ranking Negro In the state gov However California Is endea
cotics reports on the flow of ernment. voring to better this condition.
_. drugs !in the United States. The
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II. K. SiniSHtJXP llKKVEfl, Editor and Publisher two main countries the dope Dade County has received alcoholism and rehabilitation
I GARTH C. RKEVK8. MunaglnR Editor comes from are our enemies. $1,385,350 from the federal government recommended holding the \'lihfe
Cuba and Communist China. accelerated Pubic liquor licenses
on new reducing
Member of the Associated Negro Press
Those who use narcotics Works Program. Of this the hours liquor can be sold
\I..mtM'r of tin National Newspaper lnblUheni Association
hurt themselves and help amount $591,600 will be spenton stressing to the public the view
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N1JUSCnJl..ION RATES nations unfriendly to the sewers, and $180,200 for the that alcoholism Is a disease and
ONF. VhAU M.tHI SIX MONTHS ftt.OO FOREIGN $O.OO United States. Think about water system. North Miami will rallying civic leaders In the
.-- -- that! get a public safety building state to develop some effective
.v"f.Mt'4l as Second flits: Matter. August n, 11)27, at the Post Offl" costing $243,000. Miami Beach Instructional material on the
at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 Interesting is the action of will get $85,000; Coral Gables, perils of drinking.
the 58 students that went to $181,000 andVest Miami.
Malu Of file at 6740 N.W. lath Avenue -Phone OX 1.O4U1: Cuba in spite of a warning by $90,000. Dade homeless delinquents
Ranch at 1112 N.W. Third Ave., Miami 'lorida-PhoDe FR 82286
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TILE NEGRO Now we'll see just how such working and getting
"CREDO OF is The All Peoples DemocraticClub farm some
TIIK NEGRO PRESS believe' that America nm beet lead the world treated.defiance of Do our these government students Cecil Rolle', president, in exercise if the proposal of the
from racial and national antagonlnim when it accords to every mauretmnllesa the United connection with the March on Juvenile Court Is accepted. It
of race, color or creed, his h maD and legal rights. Hating pledge States allegiance of America to ? Perhaps Washington, demonstrated on might turn out to be a good
no man. fearing DO nutn-the- Negro Press ntrlvm to help every man when Wednesday before public bMlld- thing for the delinquents.
In the firm belief that nil men are hurt as long as anyone Is held the pledge does not apply I Ings in downtown Miami Probation Director Hlllis Hoi-
schools closed.
man said it would help rehablll-
-- tate some and allow thpm _all u

-hour tour of the city! including to earn their keep.
Our Anniversary Highlights included a 3 / Many of them have returned
the water tower, Queen's Stair Case (sixty-six from the state school for boy
the ) buildings churches, the Adastra Gardens where they received farm and
I Sunday, September 1st will be 40th anniversary steps public ,
i t of the :Miami Times. We are pleased that it has fallen ont with the trained flamingoes entertaininghistoric Forts dairy training.

t this day. We shall rejoice and give thanks. Fincastle and Charlotte, the market place and docks, a Fairyland

: Since :Monday will be Labor Day, we transfer any or visit ,to the Sea Gardens.We and bet-
Its bigger
1 all social celebration to that day. shopped Bay Street, both sides. ter Will location be: at, 3045 NW 68th St.

There will be on the weekend as usual a rush to and Tourists were here, there and everywhere.The Opening Sept. 3, from 7 am to
frow celebrating Labor Day festivities.Let straw work is perhaps the biggest industry in 5 p.m. Register your child now,
us remind drivers to exercisecare, on and off the Nassau, especially so for women. all ages. Pick up and delivery

streets, on beaches and other picnic places. The children were thrilled, riding in a surrey. Phone OX 6-5008.

Last year there were 500 fatalities.Let In the dining room our group occupied tables 39 and Randolph'sKindergarten
us hope there will be less this year. 40. Ye Editor was at 40 with a daughter and two gram

Lest we forget, here is an expression of thanks to our sons. Meals were delicious.
thousands of readers of the Miami Times, our advertisers This was Ye Editor's third trip by the "Florida." Naturally Open September 3. Pick up and

i and our friends it was the most enjoyable, having most of his family delivery. Hot lunch, afternoon

: During our 41st year we shall endeavor to give you with him. OX snacks.1-7988 For or 633-2762.Information call

even better service. We were happy to visit our brother, uncle and aunt,

I Mr. and Mrs Cleveland Reeves. They spent an evening ST. MARKKINDERGARTEN
Dr. William DuBois with us on the ship. We also visited other relatives and
friends.Ye. Mrs. F. L. Johnson, supervisorIs

William Edward Burghardt DuBois died at Accra, Editor visited the Supreme Court where a man Give open your for year-round child the

Ghana, Tuesday at the age of 95. was being tried for murder. best.

;t Dr. DuBois, who was born in Great Barrington, Mass., Our group declared the trip was well planned and 1455 N.W. 43rd St.

vas educated at Harvard University and the Universityof enjoyable. The younger ones' only regret was, the time Phone 633-3042

J Heidelberg. was too short. They hope for another visit to Nassau ir
I, He was a professor at the University of Pennsylvaniaand the not distant future. Bethany AcademyBethany

at Atlanta University for many years. Those making the trip : Mrs\ James I Jr. Academy, 5001
Dr. DuBois' interest was centered mainly in the Improvement -, two daughters, Regina and Cleo; Mrs\ Hazel Chambers Grant and I I NW 25th Ave., NE 4-0743) ,
of theNegro and he used his and influence ) and opens Tuesday Sept. 3. Quali-
pen son, James; Rachel and Garth Reeves Jr., children of fied degreed teachers, Individual
to that end. He was one of the organizers of the Garth and Janie Reeves and Jeffrey, son of Mrs. Doreen attention given to each child.
:Niagara Movement, the Pan African Congress, and the Young. Good discipline. Wholesome as
National Association for the Advancement of Colored' Among 3Iiamians sociation.
we met
; were: Mrs. Norlene
People.He i Aranha, 3Irs. Mildred Marks\ Mrs Carolyn Johnson T.X RRREIE .
was founder and editor of The Crisis, mouth- Theodore Gibson Jr. and
piece of the NAACP for more than a quarter of a cen WE APOLOGIZEWe
.tury. J didn't expect such crowds

A controversial figure, he never saw eye-to-eye with All available saleshelo today
other Negro leaders in his heyday. He was opposed to
; Forced Close
the educational philosophy of Booker T. Washington -
training the head and hand but emphasized the "Tal YOUR SI299.YOUR T FURNITURE 3-1

ented enth." He was diametrically opposed to Marcus CHOICE Savings up to 80%
Garvey and his Universal Negro Improvement Association I
He quit the NAACP in 1948 after being one of its ) and 4th Floors)

leaders for nearly 40 years. POOL, FLORIDA ROOM 200 SECTIONALS gorgeous so
He was one of the ripest scholars of the race. He OR AIR fas and convertibles. 75 differ-
authored more than a dozen books and pamphlets and CONDITIONING..ONLY BY BONDED ent styles Early American,
Modern Italian
contributed many articles to scholarly magazines.Dr. NO DOWN 'AYilDIT-5 YEARS TO PAT and Victorian, appraised French at $695.
DuBois became a citizen of Ghana in 1961 and Freight claim price $165 If perect .
was editor of the Encyclopedia Africana at the time of j $265 (full floor of unusual
his death. living room) appraised up to
$1.295). Cheaper but beautiful
He was the first Negro named to the National In-i styles $85.On .

stitute of Arts and Letters, and was a life member and f ( Floors lst-2nd-3rd)
f "11r\w r\t the American Association for the Advancement )00 DANISH Modern Early
American bedrooms 3ftt matching
of Science.He ; dining --to
rooms, appraised
served as consultant to the United Nations in San I 5795. Freight claim price $185,
Francisco in 1945, was vice-chairman of the Council on If perfect $295. Cheaper suites
the Peace Information I 85 complete.On .
African Affairs, and later headed
( Floors lst-2nd-5th)
( Center in New York.Coincidentally I Sir bC 13117 Florida room C221 sy ftJ) DRENCH, Italian Duncan Phyfe
I Dr. DuBois passed on the eve of the All thI space you need and the best $129 dining rooms, 200 gorgeous
mammoth civil rights march on Washington a sug-I' room boflt 9. matching bedrooms, 25 different

gestion for which he was strongly rebuked for advocating styles 1t $1,000 and freight finishes.claim Appraised$285 if

almost 30 years ago. perfect, $385. Full floor of un-
He is survived by his second wife, Shirley Graham, txsual styles, appraised values
and a daughter, Mrs. Yolanda Williams, of Baltimore. 'o 1595. One floor of cheaperbut
gorgeous suites $125.
EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKNassau OVER 400 odd desks, dressers,
chinas, breakfronts, curio cabi-
Bahamas, is having another boom tourist nets bcidolr tables, powder
Last week there five cruise ships in the har- tables, marble living room
, season. were pieces,. 200 unusual dinettes, 300famous
bor from Miami and two just outside, from New York Hollywood beds, famous
Passengers from ships outside are brought in hourlyby new mattresses, odd chairs, sofa

"tenders." That, of course, is not news. At l last your own bauTr) in pool Ftfttrtd, lounges beds, studio chairs_ couches, sectionals, Danish, etc.

Seven ships are in every Wednesday during the best Suite comtnjrtkn.: Choice of 8 $12 9 9 furniture will be sold to the
season says an informant. shapes. general public. Cheaper to large
This was the experience of Ye Editor who .made a users. Open til 6:30. No cash

,: three-day cruise on the s.s. Florida last week. Accom- BONDED; r r HOMES needed SALE we MAIN deliver.WAREHOUSEONLY

panying him were two of his daughters and six grand-

children. Grand Central
They were all delighted with the visit The weather ESTIMATES mm
69 FreightFLA.
. was good and they were able to move about the ship ::ANT AB81If8N. MfllHA8 .
::1 easily. N COMPUTE WUHNfi BBOWftBO_525.-15315*:1-8r. 1636 N.W. 7th AVE. Open today
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two or three week meeting (Continued from page 1)) SATURDAY, AUGUST 31, 1963 PAGE"5

Is now in progress at the Car- Ing for civil rights. -
penters Hall, 2939 NW 46th
sponsored by the Church of 5 Ways to Protect Yourself
Christ. Preaching and singing The demonstrators came to Washington all during the night
evenings. The public is invited- and all morning in, special trains and chartered planes and in
-Local minister Rev. C. A. thousands of buses and private cars. A few came on roller skates From Loan' Sharks
ff Hamilton. Songs will be led by and one group walked from Brooklyn.
4' I W. Tynes.
( The power of this demonstration was felt by all the observers I An article captioned "Protect DON'T BORROW any money
and the root of this power was conspicuously the personal Yourself From Loan Sharks," until you understand what you
! involvement of each individual who had traveled here from his by Sylvia Porter, appeared in are being charged for the privilege
JOB WANTEDEXPERIENCED home to demonstrate.This the Miami Herald of'Aug. 21. of buying on the install-
** clothing alteration idea of his own personal involvement In the struggle ment plan or for your personal
and repair man, full or has become dramatically the most potent force moving on the The writer states that Sen.
part time. Call PL 8-1115. American scene. The feeling of immeasurable pride felt by these Paul Douglas (D., 111.'is) hold- loan.DON'T
marchers shone from the faces of young girls and old men and ing hearings on his "truth in SIGN any loan con-
1VANTEDEXPERIENCED the sound of freedom soared over Washington as they sang out lending" bill under which all tract unless It contains a pro-
Beautician atLueille's their hearts. lenders and sellers on credit vision that you can' repay ahead
would be compelled by law to of schedule If
Beauty Nook, 5927 "{1'E SHALL OVERCOME"For : you
NW 17th Ave. Call disclose their credit charges
four or five blocks the sea of humanity moved silently fully to the borrower In termsof DON'T ACCEPT the tempting
6911344.r down Constitution' Ave. with their placards waving. Then sudden. total dollars and c.ents. anda offer to "charge It" unless you _
HELP WANTED 1 ly, they broke out in -the-soft,-mourning) strains :..:-i'1.-i nEy sHave simple, true annual percentage .ire sure you will have the ,
2 EXPERIENCED Seen the Glory of the Coming:: of the Lord" rate on the unpaid balance. money to pay off when the bills 110'""'
beauty open come in and you are aware of
ators. Call FR 4-5221. Later they switched to the equally moving "Freedom After making a startling revelation any service fees for this charg
Freedom" . Freedom." And "We shall overcome some day I do of the amount of interest ing privilege.
believe. paid by installment buyers, the
Beauty 'Craft At the Memorial l, the Odotta brought cheers and writer suggests the following: DON'T BUY on time until you
Beauty tears with her "Before I'll be n save, I'll be buried In my grave have shopped for the best buy
and go home to my Lord and Ite free." DON'T BORROW money froman in credit us you have shoppedfor
Salon unlicensed lender. If his license the best buy In the productyou're
Marian Anderson, the great contraito'as prevented l by the isn't display.
Jam from singing the Star Spangled Banner. She arrived late intears. purchasing.
ed ask for it and find out if
6856 N.W. 15th Ave. ,
But later she brought tears to others with "He's Got the national
Whole World In His Hands." Mahalia Jackson, the famed he belongs to a state or
Presents back Join The NAACP!
to s c h o o 1 organization of lenders.
special August 29 thru singer, sang the favorite spiritual of the Rev. Martin Luther ........ ,,
Sept. "I've Been 'Buked .. ..,.. = --"" ";
King, and I've Scorned. :
Been """ : ; .7" ,
30. Prices during special: Adults I :y; ;;:;:; :';:; ;:;
$2.75; children to 12 years $2.25 Some 150 Congressmen appeared at the formal memorial
ceremonies but could not stay. I AUTO
Will be open Labor Day The shrine that was the assembly point was so entirely appropriate f
Phone OX 1-0541 that you looked at It In a new way. This marble edifice J
days NE i'
4-7200 nights. Operators: Llouise; 80 feet high serves as a monumental canopy over Daniel Chester Any color enamel $ | lI%Exterior of ,

ford Davis, ,Prop.Patricia Ross, Essie Dell- I French's meditation heroic in an statue armchair.of Abraham Lincoln, who Is sitting as if In \\ Except metallic. 2 7"VVCar only !

The seated Lincoln is 10 feet high. His right hand Is clasped \' I
loosely over the arm of his chair, the left Is clenched In determi ;

AttentonHome nation. ..
There is an Indescribable feeling as you stand before this ft EXTRAS
Owner. giant of a man and look up into his strong and determined face. Wheels $5.00 set of 4-Two tone $12.00()-Htatlon wagons $3.00 \

IF WE CAN'T SELL YOUR But probably the most exhilarating feeling was looking down Trunk compartments $0.00 Door jambs $2.50 each
HOME from the top of the Memorial upon 210,000 Negroes and whites
standing In petition before the hallowed Lincoln who thoughthe
WE: WILL TIIADE YOUR NordicAirConditioners FROM 209.95
had freed the Negro people exactly a century ago. ,
HOME There is no doubt America got the message.Englishmen ;
IF WE CANT' TRADE YOUR g 21'. or 21,000 mile written warranty |'|us lnHUtllatlonKawy \

HOME payment I plan JAC financing +
Call Herman Z
," From $4.95 RJFLI1Nf5D$7f5
; '
News Realty, Inc. I > ). :
(Labor Only) I l'aMsengers cars only
PL 4-0055: I

j Of all the Sterling Automotive Service
2735 NW 54th Street
It's our first annual Moonllte
Cruise and Dance aboard the Phone 6336752Homes \
Dreamboat, Sunday. Sept. 1. J
Boat leaves 8:30 sharp. Music ...
/ /v MI PI L.nI r w .L IMP M./\/Mt
by Chuck Grisby "Mr. Soul" and I Who drink ain ,. ,
PnmhA._______ _For__ tickets_______ rail___n PI_ !..0032or I ,---._ .s I ttttttlJtlBi -- --

limited North early! Travel, number Bureau.of tickets Reserve i how many** I Homes! Homes!

drink Gordon's?

of them.And It's been that way NO BALLOON MORTGAGES!

7f/Nv tfnu Most year.To be blunt about It, MOVE RIGHT INI! '" '

Cordon' .Is England' biggest selling gin SEE SAT., SUN., AND MON. .,.;
It I. America' and the
... -as
It, ., world' Why? Probably I 1-1527 NW '42nd St. CBS doll house, porch, car-

I because we have always port, hardwood floor. $78 monthly.

refused to tamper with a I 2-4115 NW llth Place. 3 big bedVooms, porch, car-

We plan, guide and advise good thing.Gordon's still port, hardwood floors, big lot. $500 down

Finest Quality Building harks back to Alexander' pr' 3-1253 NW 43rd St. Huge In town estate. 2 lots, 5

HOMES Gordon's original I bedrooms lies. $19,900., 2 baths, huge rooms. Good for 2 fami

i formula conceived in I
ADDITIONS London 194 4-2139 NW 43rd St. Nice 2 bedroom, only $7,000,
years ago
$195 down $69 monthly.
so Its distinctive dryness p


remain unchanged and ClNnaauCTBf .. ( credit good-move right/ in) M'
3'iQaaat unchallenged to this day.AskfbrGordon'sbyname..
1-1815 NW 47th St. 3-bedroom, carport, 2 porches.
t!)06Da 4
e i $400 down, one $9,900 15 year mortgage.

General Building Contractors 2-1970 NW 47th Terr. CBS doll house. Hardwood
I P.a,*,mnutaionai{ Mtmttoox normtmirima
floors $400 down $9,800 15
Licensed Insured not aunt N wow.tenori m c,woo,&t. one year mortgage.

888 N.E. 79th Street SEE NOW CALL WI 5-9886

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Moonlight Cruise Ticket on sale ala i 1'

Boat leave. .Pier 5 >I North Travel Bureau "'

5th St., and Biscayne Bird. '.1" . ,ABOARD; THE "DREAMBOAT" 1104 N.W. 3rd Ave.Satellite .' (

8130 p.m. sharp
' ',; ; PL 9-0032 'f. irRevival '
> } ;' .. : Sunday Evening, September 1 "



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27th A ve. at ,,54th s.

N EVE R CLOSED - Prices Good Thru/ Aug. 30th Welter's AG Store Only,
.'._ -' ,":'. .'_ :ftI..' . . ..
Cube Steak Ib 69! lb 350

.' Round Steak Ib 690 Roll LYKES Sausage Ib 33ct

Sirloin Steak 59* :' Morrell PORTIONS Ham lb 29*

T-.Bone Steak Ib 69* Pig Feet Ib 100

_. -.....: '" .:""" : .yi. .:, ". II .
. ., /1' .,.. --,- -'. -...:.....- -. - -
: Produce -:- frozenDairy
Cabbage ib 6S Cream Pies 3 for $$1
With $5.00 Order or More ALL FLAVORS
Potatoes 431 Mealor Grits 5 lbs 350 GRADE MEDIUM"A"AG FLORIDA FRESH
STALK EGGS 2 Doz. 79*
Celery 100
Hunt's Beaches ,250 fee- Cream..- y2 gal/ 3!*
School Supplies Chinto Rice 5 ]Ibs 590 QUART SUNSWEET

We Cash Payroll Checks ik Cold Beer At; .All Times 24 Hours DAILY
=-m::. __ '__ -
TWO-SUM l JEWELS'hortening
t Potato Chips 490 ': 3 Ibs. 59t

300 VAN CAMP'S -
.I; Beans 2 for 250 i ; BEER 6 Pack $1.09
Fruit; Drink 3 for 69* '>;- Ihs 89*
i 1 Corn Oil 790 Birch Beer gal 390COMPLETE
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NEWS NEW HOPE BAPTISTRev. I 1 I Sunday. We pray God's richest THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA. ,

W. E. Sims, pastor blessings We will upon be looking you. forwardto PAGE 10 SATURDAY, AUGUST 31,_ 1963 1
Gamble Memorial Church
A. L. Stephens, I
reporter your presence at the follow-
) One thing have I desired of ing events: The Junior Choir's Decathlons MeetOn bers present looked upon this f
Elder J, C. Jackson, pastor the Lord that will I seek after; hayride this Friday night. meeting as an invigorating one
Nathaniel Thomas, reporter that I may dwell In the house Transportation leaving the as well as with pride of great ,
Willie Gamble Memorial Fund I of the Lord all the days of my church at 7:30: p.m. Sunday Aug. 25 the Decathlons accomplishments.
presents Elder W. Gamble An- life, to behold the beauty of Club met at the homeof .
nual Service at the Memorial the Lord, and to inquire in His The No. 2 ushers board waist. Alphonso Erwin All mem- As our "Miss Decathlon" con I'
Church of God In Christ, 1809 temple.-Psalms 27:1.: line party, Saturday, Aug. 31 at ., test rolls Into its second week I I,
NW 5th Ave. Theme, "And the home of Mrs. Hattie M. of competition, details are: being "'
Whatsoever Ye Do In Words or Last Sunday services were Jones, 1303 NW G3rd Terr. and No.1 usher board will be worked out for the corona-
Deeds, Do All in The Name of enjoyed by everyone present No. 1 usher board's Labor Day in charge this Sunday tion ball to Lte held Oct. 9 at
The Lord Jesus, Giving Thanksto powerful our pasior's and Inspirational.messages were barbecue at the home of Mrs.Albertha Sis. Perry L. Peace and Bro. the Sir John Knight Beat Club.
God and the Father by Him.
Williams, 0311 NW Hlllburton
-Col 3:17.: The Pastor's Aid Board Haywood are still on I To all club members, pictures
com't.Services the sick list We
I were happy
wishes to thank all its memlbers
Sunday, Sept. 1,
Aug. 27, Sept. 1 Sunday at 3 and visiting friends for their will begin at the I have Sis Melvin McNeil Uack, .
pan will close this event. Sun- support on Its program. Last I'. usual time and the No.1 choir :' with us again. We pray for a I -.-- -
day the evening message will speedy recovery for all our sick'' I
come from our state Bishop E. ''; --- -- -- -- and shut-Ins. I Advertise It Pays! s i
D. Johnson.
Look what's coming! Eastern
Florida's Women's 4th State
Convention of the Churches of STAR MEAT MARKET
God in Christ. September 10- TTfAUTO .
15 at the Church of God in
Christ, 1747 NW 3rd Ave., ElderJ. I
Cohen, host pastor, B. Hinton, \ I 1520 NJW. 62nd Street .:
chairman; G. Gamble, president; ,.,. .
Ed. Johnson, state bishop. .. -- { I

We are asking all persons to i LLwt
please report as follows: Dis- -
trict. Missionaries $10; state THE MARKET WITH ,.COURTEOUS SERVICE
workers, $10; Missionaries, $5.

I r v. ,.
; Fresh Meat.Low Prices
Rev. P. S. Brown, minister
Miss Dessle Crockett, reporterI
had rather be a doorkeeper!
in the house of my God, than to Y

dwell In the tents of wlcked- ....... r
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ness.- Psalm. 8110.:
j Pictured hero ore Hoard cry, inbnibcrs of hoard of direct V B tt
The pastor delivered a very :Members of Miami City Employer or*; Ctcoigc IkIn and Ij. V.
inspiring message Sunday. The Credit Union, :who, in Uoblra ion, credit romniltfriMiien.SERVICE . ,
congregation opened their I ..,.........
hearts and Invited the spirit to Its regular meeting, met at the '.
come In, which was very acceptable Credit Union office. Aug. 15. In RADIATOR SERVICE
In the sight of the the group are, Rented: Herman P a,
Lord. llolle, (president; from I left, Will
1 Service Credit Available
Washington, board of directors;
We are praying a special I 'II..... :Marie Hutto Wellman, A UIII MS: YOU WAIT'
prayer for our members and
:(treasurer; Gordon, supervisory -
pastor to have a safe trip to committeeman' ; Joe Poole, N Come in for free checkup
and from the National Conven- I chairman( credit committee; Mss 8 POINT SYSTEM
tion.Each Myrtle Evans, assistant secretary Keinovf Itmllntor I briar Hack Flush l ICitKlne Illovk.
member Is asked to remember 1 ; and Stanley Hueetlng, supervisory Cur "heek miler pump A hose
his duty toward mak- committecman a n d] (;lean and (tad Iliidlnloin Test, Itiidliilor' for, Leak
ing our dedication service a suc director of publicity. William Finder, Sr. Test. Thermostat and mid Repair,
cess. By the way, the fourth l'H'me. Cup' I'alnt' und 'Install lladlator.III
Sunday In September Is dedi- Absent board members include Professional I Piano Tuner . \\oiK, (;i uauiuilred I l
cation day.Remember. Ia\ld! Wilson, vice presl And Repairer COMPLETE STOCK OF REBUILT RADIATORS
the bereaved, sick dent; Jesse Andrews, EdwardKverette I 'I
and shut-in in prayer. and T. N. Montgom- 1935 N.W. 153rd St. I OI'KN T A.M. 'I'U1: ''.:\1. MON.. THUD HAT.

Opa-loclca i 6200 N.W. 27th Ave. Dial OX 1.2221

P!.one MU 8.3770 j i I
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We do not give free matea-Hone.t 1.8381 estimates For The Finest Apartment at Moderate Rates Call

require work. Our prices are lower than others doing -
> niiM,
comparable good work. We repair, sell and rent i i q --a rY yy|

TV's 'radio, hi-fi's. Our work guaranteed. Free de- y
livery. I BONDED '4Cr1L11111 '

923 NW 62nd Street. PL 1-8381 I 'i

Jazz III!!! Jazz ! Jazz "! ! i AGENCY INC. :


The Sir John Hotel Cocktail Lounge ,II I I The largest collection and rental

276 N.W. 6th STREET agency in the South;, operating in i

PRESENTS"Tte !I Dade and Broward Counties' I Ir

Wwnferful World 'of )Jazz" '

,. I,. ItllOOH Negro Housing areas.

Every Sunday Evening 5 to 11 p.m. I'1'rssdrnlMANAGING/,

And Monday nights, 11 p.m. 'til 4 a.m. AND MAINTAINING MORE .THAN r


Bonded also has employment service at main office i

C.Major QuartetFREE 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue \

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NO COVER No Minors Hll.J: N.W..Srd AVE. oo..oo PR SMltIU75 17r.:J5 IIOMKMTKAI; AVK. '
MINIMUM Admitted . .... I I II
I :' N.W rt2n HT. ................ OX 'HMD/ N.W. ft,h NT. I
3801 nilANI A VF.. III ft-1881 Pt., iMuderdale . JA 4-3397 '.
I 4210 N.W. 27th,. A\'R. . NK S-S4M 3.IW: I/AM.MONOV1IXH' III). '"t'.
PompHn" WK 3-3234
.Ofllt N.W. 751 th HT. ......-..--.. OJHVS322 ,
14235 AVE. \ I
Exciting! Swinging! Pure Soul !! 20 0 N.W. 3rd GT. ..oo. PR 14991 Opa Lock . ..... MU .S40J (\

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On nights I and'' Sundays for emergency service call PL' 98733 r


: ; 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue PL'9-8733 {

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. old Aaron Roberts. He was a NOTICEThe Florida Memorial
I foreman carpenter at Symon-
PAGE 8 SATURDAY, AUGUST 31, 1963 ette's Shipyards for 15 years. Anderson Buchanan 1st court Kindergarten Opens .Sept. 4
1239 NW ,
. . ... While sawing a four by six pine the ST.. AUGUSTINE .
... -= -VWv111-'I- - boat will open September 3 for Dr S.
IIVVV J 11 for the keel of the a pieceof C
the 1O 3-04 term. Rates reasonableand Chao, dean of Florida Memorial'College
wood flew from high
IN i6 AROUMD BAHAMAS speed circular up electric saw and satisfaction guaranteed. announced the academ..
I Ic ..calendar for the
Carrie B. Anderson, Print 1D63-S4 term
__ _ -..__ _ _ punctured his chest. Mr. L. A. Buchanan, Asst. Teachers are to report .
T ;;: Roberts is survived by his wife, on
Sept. 3 at 9 a.m. for the
A Supreme Court jury on Carey and Constance Charles Lois, two brothers, seven children Planning Institute which

Aug. 16, rendered an acquital Carey, two sisters and eleven and eight grandchildren. trial management and policy, continue through 'the 4th, Sept will
verdict, 8-4 in favor of Mrs. grandchildren. business mathematics management 4 new and transfer students :
Marie Saunders, who was rive for orientation
Miss Albertha M. Ferguson of new enterprises, busi- program on
charged with stealing $1,568, 5-8.
Bahamian Government funds, Mrs. Beatrice Cooper 81 diedon of Nassau graduated with the ness statUtes and money'and Sept.
On Sept. general
master of arts degree In busi- banking and completed a two- registra
from the Commissioner's office the to a hospital Aug.
!way tion will be held from
I administration at Atlanta coure In one year. She 830: to
ness year
at Hock Sound, Eleuthera, ,,12, minutes after she was drag. instruction
: : and late
8. She has accepted the post of an instructor 4:30i registratIOn
wnere she was a clerk. The jury ged from her blazing six room University on Aug. received business educationand begin on Tuesday,
In Sept
B.Sc In business
recommended that there be house on Hawkins Hill. The
10 Monday, ,Sept 16 the
administration last at administration at Maryland first
administration in the fire year
department the
stricter was on
Out Island." scene two'minutes after answerIng Benedict College, Columbia, S. State College, Princess Anne, all college assembly at 11 am;
the alarm, but the old frame C. and a Senior Cambridge Certificate Md., and will begin work Sept Sept. 23 last day of registration
change of
building at the Eastern Senior 1. __. or program
was completely des- .
It Is reported that Fred Am- troyed. School, Nassau. Miss Ferguson is tne youngest Oct. 1-2. prospective: u"
bnster recently sold 1,000 acres I daughter of Edmund Ferguson graduates file for degree; Nov
of his land at Cat Island. This At Atlanta U. she studied advanced and the late Mrs. Fergusonof 4-6, mid-semester examinations;
was one of the largest real estate Another fatal accounting, cost accounting East St. South. Nov. 27-Dec. 2, Thanksgivingrecess
transactions on the Out accident on the I business economics, busi- ; Dec. 21-J an. 6, Christmas
Islands. I same date was that of 01-year.j ness finance, marketing indus- The body of Jestlna Dorsett, recess; Jan. 1-20, prospective

--- .--. .- . 35, was found in a weed patchin Aug. graduates file for degree;
"'''7':'''''' __!-' 0,. .,,,.._..... Jan. 15-18, semester examina
. Goal Alley on August 15. No
The body of Reuben Joseph, i tions.
a Bahamian of Haitian parents, ; r. 1 foul play was suspected and Second semester begins
: 7IT,7. is believed that sne died from I
dockat :. '
was found floating near a .<: natural causes. The results of Jan. 22, 1904.
Gonalves, Haiti, July 29. ,
Joseph, who was captain of the ,. an autopsy were not reported.

Dean-O which piled between .., . :; .f, Bethany
Nassau and Haiti is alleged to )> / ;
have been killed. The vessel, If Child CareI Bethany Kindergarten, 5001
owned by Frederick Dean, was NW 25th Ave., NE 4-0743, is
brought back to Nassau on Aug. will keep children at my open for registration. School
13. The Haitian governmentsent home. I will pick up and deliver starts Tuesday, Sept. 3. Schooldays
Mr. Dean a bill for $700 as the children. My addressis begins at 7 a.m. and ends
funeral and other expenses for 4 1219 NW 66th St. My tele- at 4:30: p.m. Pick up service, hot
Joseph. phone number PL 7-3325. I lunches and afternoon snacks.
'i also will keep -them day and Children prepared for the first
night If mother wants to.; grade of school. For informa-
The Princess Margaret Hospital Mrs. Canady tion call NE 4-0743, evenings
received gift of
has a
$500,000 from Mr. and Mrs. S7 6217485.BLOENOTE
James H. Rand, who are livingat ----
Freeport, Grand Bahama. I
The donation is for the establishment -

) of a pathology and -p BAR
\ histology department at the
r hospital. '

____ 5211 NW 17th Avenue"The
James Carey who died at Prin
cess Margaret Hospital recentlywas friendliest bar in town"
funeralized at the East St.,
Gospel Hall by Pastor E. J.J r 1J

Nottaige.. and 1"-..___Evangelist Ed. J Come in and help ua
Allen.. llr.arey, is survived by I
I Mrs. Josephine D. : '
; his wife Adriana; four sons, Mackey by special Imitation thru the I
, Law- principal of Nathan Young Elementary American College, she visitedSt.
Jim, Archie, Benson and celebrate the LABOR
rence; two daughters, Mrs. School spent a most Informative Paul \') In St. Petei's,
and I
Harold Munnings and HelenFrancis enjoyable vacation Cathedral.Departing.
touring, the Holy Land from Italy, IiIhetra'o1 a DAY WEEKEND. Meet
and .many other foreign rountriefl. to Paris, Prance explor'!
P, lag and visiting many interest- e.
She visited Cairo, EjjjT and old friends and
. had lag; nites. Moving on she reached your :
a camel-back
ride to the
London England too late for
FONTANES LALANE of Pyramids After departing from the Queen's scheduled
al'lu'arnncc' make
'1120 NW 5th court, died August this historical Kite, she! then visited however, slip was able to J new ones
21. Services Saturday, 9:30: a.m. such known landmarks as witness, the spectacular changing -
at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Beirut, Tel Aviv, Bethlehem, of the Royal Guards and
Church with Fr. Griffith offi- Tiberias, Nazareth, Jerusalem, many other historical sites and SPECIAL PARTY MONDAY NITE
ciating. Rosary services will be Capernaum, Galilee'! and many scenes.'
held In the chapel 8 p.m. Friday. others in the'! Holy Land proper. After' her' stay and visit in -- --
Remains will be on view in the Continuing her tour, she then London slip then departed for
chapel 4 p.m. Friday. Survivors visited Athens, Greece and her favorite of all lands The FREE SNACKS0
include a son, Hector, a daughter Rome, Italy.! On July 27, JOO3II. U. H. A.
! Iris Grey, a grand daughter, -
I. a daughter-in-law and other


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l of Mr. and Mrs Livingston We have many homes to fit pocket book. See
K. Smith of 215 NW 16th Terr., your
apt. 5 died Aug. 26 at Jackson these today. We arrange financing.
I Hospital. Graveside services LIBCITYDRIVE.
held Aug. 29. YOUR CHOICE $150 DOWN

k, 1-1286 NW 59th St. CBS house for small family.
Nancy Mending IN THEATRE
ShopI I 2-2959 N.W. 57th St. Nice, clean 3-bedroom house.

r ,.Ladles and Men's Alteration OX 1.7959
22nd Ave. St.
A CUED' A ZIPPER 3-3154 NW 57th St. Newly painted in and out. and 69th

5898 NW yon 12th wait Ave. 4-5729 NW 31st Are. 2% bedroom house. Real NOW'SHOWING

Phone 9HJ218 1? to 2 p.m. clean. ,

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r' $100 DOWN A-2420 NW. 55th Terrace. 2-bedroom house on a

l-bedroom bouse. Pretty Newly large lot. $3,000 total price.

painted. Move right in. B-NW 55th Street and 12th Ave. 2.bedroom CBS

TOTAL PRICE $5,500 home. $350 down, $76 month. .. .tI t

$70 A MONTH C-N.W. 66th Street and 8th Ave. Brand new.3-bed

CALL HERB room house. $500 down.

Fenster Realty We have many, many income properties for sale!

,I PL 9-8779 780 NW 55th St.4unit Apt. building. $1,000 down I 11..1ImI--

1483-85 NW 53rd St. clean duplex. $400 down
1200 NW 62nd St. 16014)3
NW 47th St.-Nice duplex.' $795 down. '
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d FOR RENT grc "'
) RUGS 780 N.W. 55th Street. l-bedroom Apt $15 week IIDH=] WtaocUd 1 IIht Oro mils...r=aMh ;1

1121 N.W 47th St. l-bedroom
: Apt. $15 wk.
1286 NW 59th St. [, _,
$ 9x12 rugs washed and --bedroom house. $17 week
( *! !**?<*"**"woucw* A "

t dried $2.98 We are open Saturday and Sunday and niter til WUAC: TWJW UMTI9 Nm$11 .." '
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J 9x12 rug. washed! and p.m. at 7:20 and 11 t
p.m. ,

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presents this weekend .

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,,* JIa'mallenneth C. Clark
-#, ._ o son of :Mrs. Frances: Clark of
10050; NW 17th Ct. j+l Yw
Airman Jerry L. AVlmbcrly, -
son of Mrs Battle J. Wlmberly
'"n of 3000 NW 21st St. Want to Sell it? Y
LEGAL INTERN Julius I Greenberg said program will Both airmen attended North Advertise it!
LeVonno Chambers, center, this train selected young,: attorneysin Dado High School. -
week became the first legal Intern civil rights law. In turn, they .. .., W
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of the NAACP Legal Defense will eventually set practices
and Educational Fund, in parts of the up South '" ow.: ....":O"C..L\-.. .-....... .,;:, }a '.
Inc. He Is interviewed by New where civil rights lawyers are .
-- '
York City newsman, left, at needed. The NAACP Legal Defense -
Jack Greenberg directorcounsel Fund, which is currently BIG, DEE E'RVIN'
of the Fund, looks on. Mr. defending" ,: 7,500 demonstrators GOOMBA CLUB

y. ,'.'...?..... -..,-.."..- ,. In 125 civil rights actions, will Plus Held over by "I
It have 17 full time attorneys by demand

fall. These will continue to work 1't':. .';. _" V"'J
r :: : with the Fund's network of 100 !
cooperating attorneys throughout BOWLING LANES '.
I : I I the South. (Ikigwcll photo.)


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:4'I::; Y'41'yaw4 I ATTENTION BOWLERStr.LEAGUES Irk11V (

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Airman :Michael L. Hamilton, .1, ,
of Mrs. Beatrice lIamllton > 3 tr
of :5443 NW 21st Court, is being ....i
reassigned to Eglin APR, for Why I .i'V
training and duty as a cook. I(
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Airman Hamilton recently FOR INFORMATION CALL OR COMEIN ,
completed United States Air LACKLAND AFIl Airman I
Force basic military training Willie A. Dorsett, son of Mr.
here. and Mrs. Hubert J. ))or wtt of AND SEE OUR BOWLING MGR. I II
The airman is a former stu- 54)7 NW 8th St., Florida City, is
dent at Northwestern Senior being reassigned to AmarillaAF1J ,,
High School. Tex. for technical trainIng -
as a United States Air Force GOOIViBA Y CLUB I
administrative specialist.
Airman JOrHt'tt110 enlisted
1-bedroom apt. In the Air Force n short time BOWLING LANESBACK r
near buses and Grand Way. has!' completed' his initial.
For young couple or single. 1225 basic military training,: here lie
NW 5Cth St. 757-8228. Is a 1003 graduate of Mays Junior .
.. .
- Senior High School, Goulds. J
LOVELY HOUSE, 2-ibedrooms, ------ ---.- -- .. ---'-'- ------ ---------
beautiful yard, chain link fencet -.: -" '!: ..\ The Dynamic . .
adults. $20 per week. ,
to responsible people, $100 Chickie Horne : '

down, balance like rent. Readyto As "Madam Effie Throck- i ibottom"
move In. NE 5-5566. :

APARTMENTS, 4800 NW 18th Adm. Fri. and Sun. $1.25
Ave. Adults $15 weekly, 4719 Saturday $1.75
NW 15th court. Adults $13 1
weekly, 3283 NW 67th St. Adults ""
$10 weekly. BIG LABOR DAY ALL t

APARTMENT. 1-bedroom, partly Monday nito, Sept. 2
furnished or furnished.
9 until
Adults or will take a small baby. p.m.
Near 7th Ave. Call MU 1-0325. Come early and get a'!' good ,

2-BEDROOM APT., new building $CII95 .. o:... teat - --
1136 NW 5th Ave. $20 i
weekly for Inspection and key wiIGs I FROM Sundays, adult matinee
call JF1 1-3184 orVCA 1-4833. Tuesdays, Amateur Nite
". Thursdays, Ladies Nite j
6-ROOM unfurnished house All FREE admission
3380 NW 52nd :St. Key next
door. $.18 .week. .. ;,
: SPECIAL Value $99.00FIRST Coming Next Week / 4ff'
furnished. Free gas and water. I COME
Inquire at 2398 NW 61st St. PURCHASE.
ROOM in private' home. $7.50

each.St. OX 1-1690. 1545 NW 08th Air SUPPLY LIMITED

SINGLE PERSON. Private i it
room, bath and entrance. U25
NW 52nd St. PL 7-4767. Coconut : Grove Wig Salon

FURNISHED ROOM for a man .
or woman In new home. 720 I
NW 48th St. 757-0687 or 6919857. 3214 Grand Ave. -:-" 445-6122

2-BEDROOM unfurnished apt. ....-......, -----.... ;
1980 NW 55th St. Call NE
3-8908. t.i--- Ii};
ROOM. In private home. Prefer '
a'' quiet, sober man or -M : ,}
area.woman. Call 634-0654, 47th St. Close out sale at 54th St. Wig Center'.

FOR 8AL.E3BEDROOM 1079 N.W. 54th Street 'Miami "1f''.

CBS 1 bath home. I ,
Four years old, 6725 NW 23rd LITTLE ESTHERI ,
Ct. Sold by owner, OX 1-7590. j jif'
Call after 4 ,p.m. S7

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60,000 Expected For American Legion Convention
.. -- .. SATURDAY, AUGUST 31, 1963
The granddady of all parades, I960.Sartlng. convention Hall
born on the battlefields of point for the Legion Legion officials pointed out
World War 1 yet as up to dateas extravaganza will be Washington today that this year only 1,340 Insurance Men Close 43rd Meet
an ocean-spanning atomic Avenue and ConventionHall reserved box seats will be avail
missile, Is getting set to strut Drive. able to the public. They will be
William A. Clement, CLU, of even washer women are white.
its stuff for the 45th time. located on the east side of Wash
From there, the parade routeis ington Ave., directly In front of Durham, N.C.' was installed as School books and religious edu-
The date Is Monday, Sept. 9. as follows: Miami Beach Auditorium head president of the National Insurance cation publications either limitor
The time and place . Miami quarters at 532-7351. Association for the misrepresent Negroes he
Beach at 6 p.m. The occasion? South on Washington Ave. to charged. In effect they tell Negro
The 1963 American Legion Lincoln Road; east on Lincoln I Grand parade marshall will be coming the year, at the 43rd closing Annual session children, "you are nobody
National Convention. Road to Collins Ave.; north on Admiral Claude C. Ricketts, vice group's mother and daddy are
Collins to 22nd St. Convention ; Thursday. nobody "
chief of Naval Operations, Wash
60,000 VISITORS EXPECTED I The official reviewing stand ington, D. C. Honorary parade George A. Bears Jr. of Los the.
The parade, hlghwater markof I will be located at Miami Beach marshals are Gov. Farris Dry. Angeles retiring president, wasinstalled Association On Wednesday evening Dr. Martin
the annual fighting' men's ant, Metro Chairman Joseph I as chairman of the presented -
and Col. H. N. Kirkman Associa- Luther King Jr. with a gift
convention, will include a Boyd board of directors. The
dazzling array of more than director of the Florida Depart tion selected Durham as the of $11,500 for the Southern
200 units bands, floats, mis- Attends WorkshopHenry ment of Public Safety. site for its 1906 convention. It Christian Leadership Confer-
siles color guards, drill teams will meet In Philadelphia next ence, with a promise of more
and crack marching aggr ga- McKinney, 3rd grade year and in New York In 1066. to follow.,
tions. teacher at A. L. Lewis Elemen- Free Eye Test For
tary School attended recentlythe Edwin C. Berry, executive director
From time to time an aerial 8th annual Teachers, Prin- School ChildrenA of the Chicago UrWan Dugie's Guest House
bomb explodes to signal the cipals and Supervisors Work League predicted passage of the
start, until the last contingent shop at Florida Agricultural free visual Kennedy civil rights program at
passes, will take bout five and Mechanical University during screening test the closing session. He warned The house of clean rooms
hours, according to Legion offi the 1963 Summer Session. sponsored by Alpha Kappa Alpha that Negroes must be preparedto
Mr. McKinney's project Is en- Sorority and Dade County take advantage of the new Open 24 hours NE 4.3851
Association will
cials.A Optometric be freedom this will After
.Itled; : "Improving Pupil Per- create.
couple of old pros when It ormance in the Intermediate held Saturday, Sept. 14, 10 a.m. he 1954 school segregation decisions Seeing :s BelievingSee
comes to parades, Ernie Seller I "trades at A. L. Lewis ELemen- to 3 p.m. at Liberty Square Negroes celebrated and
of Orange Bowl fame, and Tho I ,ary School, Homestead, Fla." Auditorium, 6300 NW 14th Ave. White Citizens Councils workedhe us for clean rooms
mas Kelly, former Metro sher- All children attending schoolare said.
Ie served the
workshop as a
but each child Jamaica Dugie, always a
iff and retired brigadier general, nember of the Instructional eligible must
Florida National Guard, are co- be accompanied by his or her Berry criticized mass communications I friends
chairmen. They also ran the Materials Committee and Eval- parent or bring a written per- media for excluding -
Legion's last big parade here in latlon committee. mission. Negroes. On TV he said, 2941 NW 47th St., Miami

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Day. The Fire Department of ,
West Hollywood and Carver \
Ranches Is sponsoring an excursion :
on Sept. 2. Tickets are on i : world } ; zto
sale at Bowe's Modernistic Barber
Shop, Day's Cleaners and :
other members, Garnett Dorsett,
Walter Blatch and E. K. Hardy. f. 'of
\ leisure
The round trip fare Is $9.75. :
The Calypso Liner leaves at /

9:30: a.m. and be back at 7 p.m. ... .' WT
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schools in Broward Coun V !
ty will start classes next week. '
Teachers were back to work on 1:, i'd

Aug. 19.The ,
Freeway Handicap
League bowled its last three ,
games at Finland Bowling
Lanes Wednesday night. We .',
will the teams' stand- .' "
give you '
Ing next week. Walter A. Bowe, U f\ ,I II aY 3E
president; Theodore Blue Jr., ,

secretary Ipc Liw LJt.

Bowe's Modernistic BarberShop '
in West Hollywood has ,.L. ",.;t+'A;';b' r' 'c.u.'ys sY..

modernized again, with new
Club 500 Barber chairs and 'sitting $
chairs. Also Bowe's Community i IL
'- # Barber Shop at 5132 i
near 56th Ave. has new look
his week with three green '
ber chairs and sitting 11.11'-1' I t

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Rite of confirmation will be

held at St. Peter's Cathedral, SATURDAY, AUGUST 31, 1963 PAGE 11
1811 NW 4th court on Sunday,
Sept. 1 at 5 p.m. The Most Rev

H. FrancisVilkie, D.D., will be
Florida Endorses Ball
vited.the olficiant. The public Is In- Bishop
The Church of the Sacred lly KURYK SANCHEZ he has dedicated, 15 parsonages

Heart invites the public to at- I built and dedicated and an Increase -
tend a Labor Day Jamboree on Sunday, all modes of transportation In membership has stead
wended their toward
Monday, Sept. 2. This affair way ily grown.
will be held on the grounds of Edward Waters Collegeand Gracious Mrs. Agnes Ball led
the largest state Trl Religious -
the Sacred Heart 4718 NW 31st the
Education Institute and missionary ladles on and
Ave. The admission is the size Youth held lithe the clinics held were largely at
Congress ever
ot your waist line. tended.
beautiful state of Florida.
Sunday night, Mrs. AblalShlebee The ministers wives alliance
i'U:: W u>::'1'HEL BAPTIST and Carter Lewis presented elected as their officers: Mes-

a musical recital that dames Mabel Chappell, dean;
Hill NW Ubth) Terraceviiiiuma in its range of music gave M.\ D. King, assistant; president,
.1"t::' JJileat \ pastor enjoyment to each one. Llllle M. Pickett; first vice G.
utun: i red William*, leporiut: P. Pierce; second vice, firs.

Last Sunday was Men's Day "If we are to continue in Leola Mac; recording secretary,
at New Bethel. The chairman! Kingdom liuilding we must ad. Kulio< Eva, assistant; Esther
Deacon G, Laroda and co-chair- Vance on our knees" and so Ilalsley; corresponding secretary -
ST. PAUL AME CHURCH GRAdE PRESBYTERIANThe man uro. Alfred CoaKley, really this theme was the evangelistic Ernestine Williams; treasurer -

NW 19th Ave. and 51st Terr. pastor and his rendered a won tCrtul day cord of Christianity that bound O. C. Toston; organist, D.
Rev. T. C. Kelley Jr., pastor family are The" theme for the day was, all together In one band of love. A. Russell; parliamentarian, S.
Mrs. Lea Cray, reporterWe very happy to be back with the J.uen Working in Christian Monday the first general assembly A. Cousin.Dr. .
congregation of Grace In Miami Service. The guest:: speaker was held with Bishop Charles E. Toston direc-
were at highest
our on following a refs esn1ng and enJoyable was liev. A. E. Isaac: pastor 01 Franklin Hail Sr., presiding. tor of Religious Education, read
Sunday with our pew rally with vacation with relatives. the !St.: John Missionary Baptist Ills dynamic personality infused ::- a resolution endorsing the lead.

Mrs. Mae Frances BannermanIn The pastor gives thanks to Elder Uiurcn of West Palm Beach. each person with nope and ership of Bishop Ball and many

charge of our program. Our C. B. Hock, who preached uev. Isaac is a wonderlui Joy that the AMk' Church in voices seconded, the adoption of

guest speaker ,was Mrs. Ruth during tne pastor's absence; speaker. the! 11th Episcopal District Is I the resolution and then Dr. U.I .
ino Male Chorus from We&i I
marching toward heights yet McDonald Nelson sang "How
Abraham, her topic was "Our and thanks also to the church
Palm Beach rendered man > but dreamed of 'Great Thou Art led Mes-
Church". In November, 1787, officials, choir, congregationand unknown long by
the colored people belonging to friends who helped to make ucuuuiui selections. In the brilliant mind of Bishop dames Nancy Carey and Maymo
Ail otticors and
captains for
Cousin. The shower.
the Methodist the services Ball Missionary
Society of Philadelphia highly inspiring.
the sixth annual iueu's Day ed Bishop Ball with lovely birthday .
convened together in Church anniversary plans wish to express their gratituuo The keynote session was heluat cards
order to take into considerationthe
anu li a.m. 'luesday and the grew
and activities are progressingwell. appreciation to all wnu The resolution committee. Dr.
bored.I evil. under which they la- We urge all members ami were le&ponsible: for making leauer ot Texas;! Bishop O. 1. Ira Iltnson, chairman, read a

friends to be a part of this this: a successful Men's Day. Snerman delivered the address" resolution of endorsement, Mrs.
rest on his unchanginggrace. great Loyalty campaign which nom St. John 3:11: "Love.. Tho Alene White, secretary also

In every high and stormy will see its climax early In No- GKi.Ac.K bl'. MARK P U. capacity congregation l1steneuULllntl'cly one came from St. Stephens
gale, my anchor holds within vember. as he carried us li AME Church, read by Rev J.
iiw'v.! 1L.. Johnson, pastor Lila 'inrone of Grace. S. Johnson.
the vale. This Sunday is Communion
The is West: Hollywood, Fla. Appearing 1 on 11111 program From the rolling hills of west
pastor asking effort
Let make
everyoneon -
Sunday. us
every Uevs. Frank J. Jones A II
wile Florida to the kissed
Friday night to come to to be The sermon Senior Usher Board No. 1
U liennelt, J. W. W. Walker, C. beaches of the Bahamas 1 lift i
Love Feast. Sunday Holy Com- will be "Moses' Great wish 10 sincerely thank the olliceis -
topic Cousins J. ,A. I
brooks b. A.
U praises to Bishop Ball and his
munion. You are always wel- Cnoice" from Hebrews 112520.: members/ auxiliaries and
D. lllnson W. I'1null .
Roberts Ira
staff for the herculean JoU at
to St. Paul a visitiiig mends: for helping us
come friendly Let us also support with our '
J 'C.
church. Don't forget to visit time and concern the Sunday to i.,axe our 3rd anniversary a Jr., w. A. Jennings, the congress and say with Mrs.
the sick and shut-in. evening youth fellowship pro- successiul one. We want to extend w UJ1um Agnes Ball In poetic windows:
"Wo should not fear for what
gram anu the Sunday evening a special thanks to o u r Those who watched will nevei there might be-
service.We own pastor for delivering such of Missionary
worship target the March the -
Waiting round the bend
ST. MARY'S W M. are glad to know that our a soul stirring 1 do and uplifting Ladies, WhO, led by Knowing that the love of God
sick are faring better and they message. hope someonetvas Bishop and iwrs. hall, moveutrom Goes with us to the end."
Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor ask for our visitations and pray. inspired through It. "Door me Cenieiimal: Building
11'1 I Dorothy Major, reporter ers. keepers For Christ" was the to U. J.'. Lee Seminary Building BAHA'I ASSEMBLYMrs.
subject of the sermon. ana as this: great host sang
"Between the great things we \\ e want to invite you to cometo "Onward Christian Soldiers, Lucille Muffin memberof

cannot do and the small thingswe ANTIOCH BAPTIST \, ship with us not for oc- it reverberated, many were! the Baha'l Assembly of Miami -
will not do the danger is cas. M, or upon receiving: Invitations heard to say "Let God Abide." vrlll lead the discussion at
that we shall do nothing." 18'JU NW 04th Street but in our regular ser- Many visitors: came !saw and the Baha'l Center, 137 NW 11th
Women of St. Mary's let's We Rev. U. W. Foster, pastor vices. Please visit prayer meet returned to their homes to tel Ave., 8 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 1.

upand doing. Time Is fast ap- Rev. Foster. !Avlll attend the ing.Thought that Florida Is safe. Electrifying Her subject for this session
proaching. National Baptist Convention, for the week: Let us the a-ssemoiy were l>r. Rcmuer will be: "The. Baha'l Principles."
Sunday there will be a short which Is being held In Cleve- not pray to be letter than Stokes, Dr. Charles. :Spiney:: The public in cordially invitedto

testimony sermon after which land, Ohio this year. From there others arc but that others 'be Revs, Henderson: U. Hughes, attend. Phone Secretary, R

Holy Communion will be served. he will vacation i in,_ Detroit. better than they are. Sam Davis, Dr. J. T. Thomas, 1-6120 for further Information.._
Michigan ana other places m.- II. IVf Vnnnnv T, G r'ttliLr ry and
Both choirs will sing Jointly A"' '' ''' A
fore returning to our city. We ZION HOPE BAPTIST 4others.. TEMPLE BAPTIST
morning and night. are praying for him a safe and
The chairman and cochairman enjoyable trip. C129 NW 17th Avenue The Yl'D' under Mrs. Louise Rev L. A. Thompson, pastor

held their push-off tea |at lluv. Paul Freeman, pastor Germvright sparked the Youth The Rev. O. A. Pratt, B. D.,
the home of Mrs. Myrl Gibson The associated ministers win Service was high throughoutthe Department with Its presentation n. A., associate minister at Mt.
which proved to be very suc- be in charge of our services: day last Sunday. The morn of Debutantes anu Masters Mlvette, and Board of Education -

cessful. Thanks to all Spec while the pastor is away. ing ,nessage was brought to us 1U63.; teacher in Nassau, will be
peared. on the program. The No. 1 ushers board will by our pastor. The junior choir Wednesday night, the First ho preacher at 11 a.m. Sunday.
thanks to little Gigi Anderson, render services on Sunday. The No. 1 was in charge of the song Lady of African Methodism In The Rev Herbert Ferguson
who played her part so well. male chorus will render song sci Mce Our evening message the 11th District, gowned in an will bo In charge, due to the
The' Stewardess Board will i service on Sunday night. I wa brought to us by Rev Mit-I original creation of pink sequins absence of the pastor who is

celebrate its anniversary Sept. Visitors are always welcome. chc'1.:! The Male Chorus and pink satin pumps with leaving for the National Baptist -

8. The public is invited.We Remember to pray for and visit Ju...or Choir No. 1 were inch I nlnostones buckles: and her Convention You are Invited.
do hope that our pastoris the sick. :.rge of the song service. only adornment of purple orchidat The Lord's Supper will be
having an enjoyable vac J'he J junior choir No. 2 is 8 p.m. entered the auditorium I administered both in the morning -
tion. having: a sale Saturday, Aug. 31 to the strains of "The ; and evening.
NEW MT. MORIAHRev. it the home of Miss Flowers March of the Priests", to herald The women have elected officers -
Choir No. 1 had a most suc- whose' address is 1110 NW 09thf the coronation"of "Miss!: Missionary for their annual Woman'sDay

cessful anniversary celebrationon A. L. Shipp, pastor Tr. Everyone Is invited to Magazine. and are getting ready to

Sunday with various choirsof Ruby Handy, reporter I come by and help} us! out Mrs. Mary C. Hall, gowned Ina launch one of their most ambitious -

the city rendering the gos- New Mt. Moriah, the friendly I gorgeous red chiffon gown, programs.{ They desire
pel in song. church where the doors of welcome announced the connectional officer the cooperation of everyone.

This was the fifth anniver- stand open, welcome you CENTRAL BAPTIST Mrs. A. I B.) Williams and
under the leadership of It* to worship with us during our West HollywoodThe each contestant and conference FIT LUKE APT

sary present president, the conscientious regular services, Sunday Schoolat Rev and Mrs. E. J, branch president; all lovely in Rev. P. W. Williams, pastor
devoted Mrs. Lorrain 9:30: ; morning service at 10:15: Clark wish to thank the offi- their "after five". Suddenly the Tho Candle Light Service wasa
Sanders. Mrs. Sanders expressed and evening service at 0:45.: cers and members of Centralfor organ changed! the music u n d success both spiritual and fi-
her thanks to the officers the wonderful 13th anniversary pealed forth with "Pomp and nancial. In behalf of the No. 2
and members of choir No. 1 for Our pastor will be leaving ; of the pastor and Circumstance' and on the arm choir a special thank you to all
Saturday for the National Baptist church. Thanks to the program who helped make It possible.You .
so diligently and loyally sup- convention which will of 1>1'. Ira D. Hinson, Miss Mis
porting her through the p a s t committee, Mrs. Ethelee Fergu- slonary Magazine (Mrs. L. are cordially invited to
Cleveland. Rev. Toler!
be held In Mrs. Esther Ramsey, Mrs. attend "Tom Thumb Wed

"on, _
._ Hughes) entered and ascended
f\t .In
years .
t iH .
rvlces '
win UW I" c arge wi se l.liza" b e th P. arson, AI.'V. The the nihronc-ii i In glowing terms ding." A short program sponsored
our pastor's absence. Just a reminder ':ev. Ernest Williams, pastor of was crowned by Mrs. Agnes M. by the St. Luke Red Circle,
of our annual Men'sDay \ew Bethel Baptist Church, Sunshine Band and Jr. Usher
FRIENDSHIP M. B. the fourth Sunday In Oc- .Miami, brought a message longto Hall.A Board on Thursday, Sept. S, at

J. E. Jenkins, pastor tober. be remembered."If skit, "PasH It On" was pre- 8 p.m. at tho church, 1700 NW
Rev. Lee Carr reporterWe I walk In the pathway of sented preceding the corona- :55th; St. Don't miss the largest
Ruby all PROVIDENCERev. duty, tion. The skit was written and bride and the smallest groom
had a glorious time delivering NEW If I work till the close of the directed by Mrs. Alene White being joined In Holy Matrimony -

day Sunday with our pastor C. J. Burney, pastorSis. day, .
and even-
the morning Claudia Wilson, reporter I know there's a crown that The Agnes M. Hall singers
ing sermons. His subjects were awaits me, thrilled the audience with their MT CARMEL BAPTIST
"Jesus Will" and "Come and The revival meeting on When I've gone the last mile of dedication of "I Love Jesuslie's Ituv. D. A. Bradley, pastor
of his 23 with a great success. "
Dine." He preached out Aug. the way." So Wonderful. Mrs. Christine Cohen reporter
connected to
soul with Rev. W. K. Smith and There were four Last Sunday was Youth Day I Following the coronation an Jesus said if I bo lifted up I'll
under Christian ex-
N 'w the church
,congregation of Greater Installation e and 21 candidates for at Central. :Miss Edwina Lord, elaborate: reception was held in draw all men unto me." Theme
Bethel in charge of perience the library annex with the viva
morning baptism speaker of the morning broughta Jesus passed this way Our
service at 3 p.m. His subjectwas Baptism. Sunday Miss cious Mrs. Marie Grlmmage all
and services there were 35 bap message. revival closed with a total of
"The Assurance" tised. We had a wonderful time. Betty Peoples, Frank Clark and general hostess. 22 joiners and 8 candidates;
Promise of God. all the participants are to be Each which were dipped In the water ,
Our missionary, Rev. A. J. No. 2 choir commended for well done. day at norm
On Sept. 29, the a Job crowds the auditorium at the close of the services.
King, gave the charge. We had will sponsor its first festival at Thanks are due Sisters Ferguson where daily devotionals were Our communion will be this
many ministers and deacons as the Dade County Auditorium, Parson and Johnson for held for Inspiration and dedi- Sunday morning as our pastor
our special guests along with 2001 West Flagler. Time, 2:30: to their{ assistance.All cation. Delivering Informative and delegates will be leaving
great -
members of various churches.We 5:30: p.m. Tickets, adults $2.00. members are asked to sermons were Rev. Y. for the National Baptist Con-
are grateful you could have Information concerning out and bring a friend vention.
For further come Bruce, Ira D. Hlnson and W. A. Service will begin at
been present to the Installation tickets call the presi- Sunday as the new order of 10:15: a.m. this Sunday morn-
of our wonderful pastor. Our dent Bro. Mack Graves, NE service will be used for the Jennings.
prayers are with those who are 4-3152 or any member of the first time. Rev. E. J. Clark, pas. Though Bishop Hall has not ing.Prayer each and every Tues
sick and In distress. You are al No. 2 choir.Continue tor; Rev. I. W. Hepburn, assis- been In Florida a year 11 new day night. Remember the sick
ways welcome to our services. to pray for the sick. tant., churches have been built, eight and shut-in.


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\!I In memory of our loving In sad but loving memory of
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4 who departed this life
26, 1000.
.MN f r How well you fell asleep
s And left us here to JR.
The truest end of life is July 31, 1963, wish to

Good know night life, good never night ends ,through their thoughtful-

SENOVA SHERMAN so often say, during our hour of bereave-
I Beneath our roof at of sympathy.
who departed August 28, 19G2 DULLARD CURTIS
In the days that are no
and letters of condo-
Sleep on dear mother and
And shall no more
take your rest, Nho' departed this life August i You have but taken up high regard in which we all
We love you but God loved you 5, 1958. lamp and gone to : many thanks to everyone

best. Gone but not forgotten. She We'll stay a little longer ,.
Janie McCullough, daughterJoe
caves to mourn: stays,
and edgar Thomas, Yes we will see you in The Family
John, D. Sherman, sons Archie Curtis, husband morning.Mrs. .
Bernard Thomas, grandson, Irving E. Curtis, son Gussie Gamble, ..
Bertram L. Curtis son Sgt. 1-c Archie RANGE .
Elizabeth Tolliver sister
3 brothers, two sisters Mrs. Lucille Lewis MRS. DAISY HENRY of
are inadequate for the Six granchlldren Miss Queen MartinI 10800 SW 216th St., Goulds, died
family of the late, foster Saturday, Aug. 24. Mrs. Henry
PATIENCE E. McPHEE. had been a resident of South
to thank their many friends for Dade for She is
many years.
all the deeds and words of CARD OF THANKSMr. survived by her husband,
kindness shown during their IN Theodore six children
; eight
hours of sorrow. Our special Wyatt Payne and family
cousins Elsie
I Robert Lee
thanks to those who donatedcars .vish to thank neighbors and In loving memory of Clarence, Paul Kenneth
cards, letters and flowers friends for cards, telegrams, I 'lusband, Elton Henry, and Mrs. Minnie
of condolence, which are too floral pieces and other forms of .,,, ,,, u....... ? Mosely Bd.! an uncle Rev.
many to mention by name. sympathy shown them during.he family'f. McwaDb
: ( James of Chattanooga
Thanks to the neighbors, pastor illness and death of his I Tenn. and other relatives. ,
vife Geneva. Special thanks to .
and officers and members of: Services
at 4
.he Rev. S. A. Thomas of Mt. Saturday p.m.
the Church of God of ProphecyNo. I ri at the New Bethel AME Churchon
1 and 2, Rev. I. C. Mickins ;jinai Baptist Church and the Old Cutler Road.
of Mt. Olivette Baptist Church, vllen) Funeral Home. ;
Canon C. F. Cooper of St.
Peter's Cathedral. May God 3, i\)
Mess each of you. N 14 LAFAYETTE LOVE of 2020
The Family IN MEMORIAM NW 66th St., apt. 20 died Sun-
day, Aug. 25 at the Veteran's
In loving memory of our dear Hospital. Mr. Love had been a
laughter and mother, resident of the Miami
CARD OF THANKSThe area for
.. .
...... .. ; 11 years. He is survived by his
familv of the lateMR. 4ft '" wife, Ella N., his parents,
; Elder and Mrs. Cleveland Love,
three children, two brothers,
five sisters. Services in States-
aM 1 1ST boro, Ga., where the remains
were shipped Tuesday.

Rr 301 NW/7th St., apt. 1 died Aug.
25. Mrfe. McCloud Is survived
:+d by herhusband, Charlie, a sister
g SAMUEL M. SANDS Mrs., Annie Emanuel and
her father, Cornelius Moore.
who departed this life Services will be held in Bain-
31, 1962. bridge, Ga.

gotten.Gone but never will r

We love you dear 625 NW 9th St., died Aug. 2i.(
there is one who loves She had txjon a resident for
God. three years. She is survived by

Mrs. Romelda Sands, her husband. :William, a daugh
ter Mrs. Minnie!
ten other
. Miss Barbara Sands,
-..--..... children, 16 grandchildren, two

MRS. ELIZABETH Johnnie and Robert sisters.
WILLIAM FRANCIS SR. WHITTAKER McRAE brothers, _Services in Douglas, Ga.
who departed this life August Betis and Maggie
9, wish to take this method to who departed this life August sisters, RALPH STURRUP died Aug.
express sincere thanks and appreciation 21), 19G1. 25 in New York. Mr. Stirrup
to the many friends Gone but shall always be re- went to New York 50 years ago.
and neighbors for the numer- membered. He is survived by James Roberts -
ous cards, flowers, telegrams X M CARD OF and William Stirrup, cou-
and all other kindnesses shown Sleep on dear and take your sins of the deceased. Services
during their recent hour of be- rest, we loved you 'but God loved The family of the ; Saturday at 10 a.m. In the
reavement. you best. chapel.
Special thanks to the mem- Mrs. Elvira Whittaker, MRS. ELIZA
bers of Metropolitan AME
mother who departed this life
Church and to the Rev.J. .
pastor, And Family
14, wish to take this MISSING
J. Williams. Special thanksto
Rev. R. L. Brown for offi- to express
ciating such an inspiring eul- appreciation to the $too REWARD
friends and
ogy, also the House of Albert CARD OF THANKSThe neighbors
cards flowers FRICY
Funeral Home and staff for numerous RANDALL, 87.year-
such efficient services rendered. family of' the late grams shown and all other recent old male, weight about 150 life.,
during our
May God bless each of you. RACHEL JEST of bereavement. Special ; height about 5 feet 5 in. has
Mrs. Ophelia FrancisMr. wish to thank the many friendsfor
.' Angle FrancisMr. the many beautiful flowers to the members of St. been missing from his home in I
Clarence Francis and cards of sympathy sent Episcopal Church and : Richmond Heights since around I
Lambert Sands for
Mrs. Vera Fraley them during their hours of be- such an inspiring eulogy. 6:30: p.m. Sunday, Aug. 11. Anyone -
Mrs. Willie Benton reavement. May God bless eachof the Francis Funeral knowing of his whereabouts
Miss Geneta FrancesMr. you.Thank. staff for such efficient please
notify Mrs. Annie Laura
William Francis Jr. you. :
Mrs. Onella Credle Mrs. Eva Hanna, sister rendered. May God Mess Felder at CE 5-5504. .
Mr. Jessie Francis you.
Mr. Edison FrancisMr. Norris Wallace, son

Mrs.. Lawrence Edith Ingraham Mack Advertise It Pays! 2 grandchildren and Join The NAACP!

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small cliiIdreh( Reply G833 NW I

BEAUTY WANTED open its fall session Tuesday morning, September
All schools in Broward Count 3, registration is now in progress. For further information
Beauty Salon, 1230 NW 3rd Ave.
FR 49701. call 374-0247 or FR 1.5750 after 8 p.m.

FOR SALENO call OX 15451. Mrs. Vera B. Durham, ..upervi.or'i'B BiilCl5

+74F! ...:r t
= = ... ... .
clean 1-bedroom frame house =- =- =- :;; ::s. .

FURNISHED or unfurnishedapt. See this lovely income property with screened front porch. Ap YOU MAY BORROW UP TO
pliances, air conditioned and $600
in Opa-locka area. 1-bed- .- You can live almost rent
room unfurnished. $15 week, 2- free. CBS, 2 houses, 737 NW some furniture. Only $250 down PRIVATE
bedroom unfurnished. -$18, 1. 41st St. Total $14,500, only $150 and move right in. Paymentsare ECONOMICAL Neighborhood
bedroom furnished $21, 2-bed- down! wonderful ,for large fam- $60 month. Life Realty, 4932 Convenience
rooms! furnished $2 -Call Mic- ily. A. Ben-Korl, Realtor, 714 NW 7th Ave. PL 0-1371. Open WATSON'S
kins Rental gencY. ./1'lE 40500.) NWf: 2nd St. Days 7543131. Nites evenings and Sundays. LOAN COMPANY
Indf PW 9-5533./)
REAL NICE new duplex. Two 712 N.W. 62nd Street PL 4-1625
large bedrooms located 12th
1 l-BEDROOM furnished apt. All FULLY FURNISHED 3-bed.
utilities, downtown area. $18 efficiency room CBS, FHA terms. Price is 4-0500.Ave. Bank finance. Call NE I Hermon L. Watson, Manager
$13. Call Mlcklns Ren only $8,500, $100 down nnd $GS Indf I
tal Agency.. NE 4-0500. Indf month. Life Realty, 4932 NW NO QUALIFYING CBS duplex I From $25 to $600 24 Months to Repay

*) 7th Ave. PL 9-1371. Open even- on nice location in Manor ..........I.c:: '" ".. .. _ _ _
and -- -- -
Ings -- '
ONE 1-tfedroom: apt. tJnfurnish. Sundays. )
Park. Both apartments are fully
Cltv : '
pd Walpr. :3370 NW filet
furnished. Price, down paymentand
Te'rr.'ont tt--ift
NW 51st St. NE 4-4321. Very lovely duplex, only $400 terms are very reasonable.Life Builders Sacrifice
: down, total $9,500. This is a Realty, 4932 NW 7th Ave. ,
ROOM in private home. Prefera very good buy. Best location. PL 0-4371. Open evenings and .. $495 DownNo I
Nice grounds. A. Bcrt-Kori-, Sundays.
quiet, sober man or woman.
Call 634-9654, 47th St. area. Realtor 751-3131. 711 NW 62nd St. Days closing costs, no qualifying. Brand new 3.bedl-
) Nites PL 9-5533. FOH IIENT OR LEASE I
room, Florida room. Drive bY' . .
HOUSE. For long or short terms, 10
II o t
with 20x40 in
Water, big yard. $20 a week. Also VO QUALIFYING Beautiful the rooms center. Suitable for hallway lawyersor 1620 N.W. 153rd Street
4 room house. $12.50 a week. CBS like new. Modern built-in
doctors with drive in door.
Call Saturday, 2200 NW 62nd 'citchen, garage, flat tile roof, VEW 4 BEDROOM, 2 bath in and call call UN 5.3120
St. Phone 688-4825. ironing windows, wall to wall West Hollywood. Small)} down Open Sunday 2.5
closets, huge landscaped lot. p.m.
bank financing CallTRASH l
ROOM in private home 2141 NW House is full of beautiful furni- payment Nrt10UU;: _. I InUI.
70th St. OX 16590. I ture and modern appliances. A
bargain at $12,500 with $2,000 JIAULINO
2-BEDROOM DUPLEX. Pri- down. Payments are only $73 Also van for moving. Free KindergartenNOW
vate home. 2157 ''NW. 66th St. month. Life Realty, ,1902 NW estimate. For information call
John A. Taylor. Phone OX 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. Open Sundays 91D'()113. indf OPEN FOR REGISTRATION
6-0149, OX 6-2648. I
KINDKRRARTKX Certified teachers nnd nurse. School starts Sept. 3
bedroom,, one bath. Excellent I FURNISHED HOUSES. $9,000 Juanita's Kindergarten will For information call
l location, monthly rates reason- otal. $500 down $90 month. open Sept. 3. Pick up and delivery -
able.\ See C. Kilgore, CR 6-9705 ')pen Sunday afternoon. 1553 hot lunch. For Informa- MU 8-8141 MU 1-4060
for information. W 47th St. Phone 888-1253. tion call OX 1-2350. S3

2-BEDROOM DUPLEX. Hotel FHA TERMS Nice 2-bed-i
and cold water. Kitchen furnish room CBS in Manor Park. Front Nursery andKindergarten 1\11<'11111'14 Kindergarten is", llrcnniM l ly ""l.'O and county
ed. Lame yard with dining porch, carporte, large fenced .
patio. $22.50. 2752 NW 60th St. yard, furnished. Freshly painted OpenThe
OX 6-2392. inside and out. $300 down
md $03 month pays all. Life New Antioch Morlah St.
NICE ROOM. Hot and cold Realty, 4932 NW 7th Ave., PL Church Nursery and Kindergarten Stephen Day Care Center
water, 521 NW 17th St., up- 9-4371. Open evenings and Sun. will begin their regIs-
stairs. Call R 1-6321. lays tration on Sept. 3. Transportation 1781 N.W. 73rd Street

We wish to thank you for Registration for the St. Stephen Day Care Center' Is
2-BBDROOM HOUSE or one MEN SAMPSONITE 2-piece your cooperation last year, and
bedroom apt. Nicely fenced luggage, nearly new, going at a hope we can service you this now in progress.. Rates by the week $5.00 and by the
yard. 1421 NW 55th St. OX \irgain. Phone OX 17137. year. Phone 034-0173. day $1.25. Hot lunches are served daily. We give
6-2467 or FR 4-4685. .--- pickup service. For further information call PL

8-6067 or NA 46726.

FURNISHED Call. OX 1-2426.APT. with yard. Finest Selections in Miami St. Stephen will officially open I

ROOMS 2-bedroom furnished Lovely homes OpenNew TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1963 '

apartment at 1129 NW 1st Ct.
You may phone or call in person Low Down Payments

.2-BEDROOM furnished apart- + r .. I
:ment. Utilities Included. Very t .
1870 NW 44th StreetFor 1-bedroom duplex -' furnished .
:private, for quiet, respectable ,.
*persons $25 weekly. 1235 NW people who want ''the very best. Sunshine homes : MANOR PARK ,, :
St. after 5 p.m. call
G96-5492. presents their finest model home. Beautiful 3-bed

room Florida room, hard wood floors, tile roof and --.

'2-BEDROOM DUPLEX, 2930 built-in oven and range. 1-bedroom triplex unfurnishedOJUS
NW 51st Terr. Inquire at 3090
NW 51st Terr. or call Mr. or rI-
Mrs. Jordon. NE 4-0925.; .
1470 NW 46th Street 691.7331 or NA 1-7653

FDA SALE Lovely 2-bedroom Florida' room, hardwood floors
month $9,400 totnl -. --
and many extras. $300 down, $76 ,
room CBS, tile root garage, En- NEW! NEW!
closed front porch. Only, ,$350
down, $68 month."Life Realty, 4231 NW 11th PlaceNo 3-bedroom, 2 bath, Florida, room
1932 NW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371.
Open Sunday and evenings. aualifyinsr on this lovely 3-bedroom. hardwood LOW DOWN PAYMENT
floors, screened front porch and carport on lovely

$77 a month pays all. Only corner lot. $500 down, $10,000 total price. 1772 N.W. 47th Terr.No .
down. Total $9,000 for this
;real doll house. Very nice big ..__. 1-5 Sunday
qualifying Open
:yard. Drive by 1376 NW 41st -

;St., then call me, A. Ben-Kori, DUPLEXES _.LIVE RENT FREE TRIO REALTY PL 9.8372
Realtor 714 NW 62nd St. Days 'r r
',7 4-3431. Nites PL 9-5533. 3711.13 NW 14th Ave. 801 N.W. 54th STREET 885.1857

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' $69 a month pays all. Only This CBS beauty has 2 bedrooms 1 bath each side.
$350 down, total $10,500 for this
2-bedroom CBS, Florida room, FHA, low down payment SPECTACULAR ?
brand new kitchen. This is a
really good buy, 1914 NW 42nd 3710.12 NW 14th Ave.
St., drive by then call me, A. !Auto repair and paint I shop or other commercial use

Ben-Korl, Realtor, 714 NW 2-bedrooms, 1 bath each side, FHA terms, low down (plus 2 one-bedroom apartments near 17th Ave.
62nd St. Days 7543431. Nites payment. I,
PL 9-5533. and N.W. 54th Street

$75 down, $75 monthly, NW News Realty Inc.The I SPECTACULAR? Not till you hear the price

section home' 2157 NW 46th St. Only $16,000 with $4,000 down. Call us to see
Screened front porch living ( Broker that works for you)
room, kitchen storm shutters, PL 4-0655 WALTER M. FREEMAN CORP.
2, bedrooms. All large clean, 4600 N.W. 7th Ave.
Rood condition. Fenced yard. (Open Sunday)
Call UW..6-7229. Mrs. Wilson OX

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'I 1 THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA. Semi-Finals i Begin at Flagler Dog TrackSemifinal

5 PAGE 14
competition in others are Rolling Rock's RoarIng da had two wins and an eighth
,: Flagler's third annual $800,000 Drama and wade Mayfield's place finish.Saturday's.
FAMU Teaching Pig International Classic starts Rippirt Tip from the Bill Bash '
away kennel, both of whbm dcttoft will see all
Saturday, Aug. 31 with a rous have been shown a return to 16 semifihalsists ,go to the pest
Breeding in Cyprus ing climax shaping up as 15 their early winning fdrm. in the first of three! rouHds# td
rivals train their sights on determine the eight candidateswho
> Molly Modern and Roaring will fight it oUt lh the
NICOSIA, Cyprus Improve port donkeys and mules.In John Prevatt's seemingly invincible Drama led the way into the $50,000 finals Saturday, Sept. 14.
,&t ment In animal husbandry practices addition to hog raising, : Sonda. semifinals each with two win The second semifinal round is
. is a major factor in agri Boston is helping with other So far, the richest event in and a second in quarterfinal scheduled Wednesday, and the
cultural productivity for this animal husbandry projects greyhound racing has been rounds. Suel's Rose had a pair third round, Saturday of next
of wins and a third, while Son- week.
: tiny Mediterranean island. The 31-year-old graduate of largely a Sonda show, Just as
the $15,000 Open was earlier In
Tallahassee's Florida
A and M
\ Peace Corpsman Albert Boston
the Flagler season. But there
f University Agricultural School 1 Painless Office Treatment of
, 'C a Floridian, is an a'griclultural is well equipped to do an excel are indications that this picture -
: extension aide who is making a lent Job. He earned his klach e- may change with the start RUPTURE COS PILES
t great contribution in the development lor's degree in animal husban- of the semifinals

, of this program. dry and biological science. He In recent tests, Sonda has ap Rectal Dliwaes' Varicose' Veins, Pro.
Al is assigned to a remained at FAMU for two peared to tire in the stretch state-No lost time-Discard Trusty
i ment-operated pig breeding govern- years following graduation and while a number of her rivals Upon Correction of Rupture. Reducing
served as a research assistant in have been
., center here on Cyprus' southeastern the university's Ag: department coming on strongly. DR. ONr.'f J CLINIC
coast. His project is de managing the swine farm and Sternest threat to her pre- 1535: $.W. ,Ixt, St.-FR 32748. A general health service
signed to produce a better gradeof supervising the care and breed dominance_ appear to be_theiwo
hog through the introductionof ing of cattle and swine. He fur- entries of it. K. (Ken) _
foreign breeds in the Cypriot ther assisted in instructing Hutchings of Abilene Kansas 1
hogs. The focus is on breeding, meat cutting and storage classes. These are Suel's Rose! and Molly New Homes for Florida Living
L feeding and management of He also supervised dogs in an Modern, both of whom scored
swine. ulcer research project for a I, finals.Impressive wins in quarter- 3 large spacious. bedrooms, 2 bath garage, electric-'kitchen,

Cyprus, smaller than Connec- year. He had often expressed a open 3-5 p.m. Owners dt:
ticut, the third largest island desire to share his skills and I Another is Turfman Joe LaCroIx' 1388 N.W. 55th St. With extra corner .lot.
in the !
Mediterranean Sea, is knowledge with people of other Chrome Finish a three- 1452 :)N.W. 58th 'err1th extra .lot.

chiefly population agricultural.of more than It a has half a lands I the straight stake winner bne point Still in 1911 >N.W. 40th St. :3-bedroom, 2 bath, Fla.' .room

million. Important crops are 1809 N.W. 41st St. with extra |blot
barley, wheat, vetches, fruits, I Built to suit. No money down. We finance
olives and cotton. The chief ex SEE THE WORLD'S
A True Leader Store for rent or sale. Large parking lot-1323 NW 54th St.
HOSTESS CLUB 35 Years of Experience Need Money? Seel) Baron, JE 8-1340
Bishop Hunter is well known as ;1. .
Twenty young ladies from the PROF. HUNTER :..: t -
Northwest YW Center accom- -- ,
panied by chaperons Mr- and If yon are sick, worried or In : ':
Mrs. Julius Davis, boarded the troubled this is the place to come a r4 ;;.... >.
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Calypso Liner for a Moonlight the Don't stay in the rut, push back . -, ;!t I$ };;t.;'? i,>;. Lincoln Fields) Apartments
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Homestead Air Base. advance God under forward by the help of :'\<.pir './,;:.. ;({!:..:.::<:J.:: 2045 N.W. 62nd Street
leadership of > ,:::::::21 ..j: .
Young ladies who are high Prof. Hunter who has 35 years ...q:i .A:. : :' ':,: ;. ..
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w. :
school of : : ; f' : "
graduates and between experience in spiritual ::
and'.j ,+ ,. t t"vx i 'p
the ages to of 17-20 years are Invited occult happy science.He Make your home i;;. ,,,:,i Li' ,..: ..JIi t:.?.<:.:..::':8..f...,::r t 1:.; i;: Enjoy Living in Our Cbol, Clean Apartments
participate in this pro- will show you how Features
gram. A bus from the base trans. 1 to bypass your enemies and get the things that Offering Mapy
ports the young ladles to and 1 for you. Come one, come all. Healing meeting life demands FREES GAS
from the base day at the Wednes
each Wednesday Spiritual Temple of Zion, Inc., 5417
evening for the dances. Call West Hollywood. Fla. 7:30 p.m. St, Tile Bathroom Refrigerator Gas Stove
Mrs. Holland at the Y Center,
634-2651 if you are interested. Newly painted Venetian Blinds

Washing Machines Laundry Room

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Bethune' may not
Elementary " = :. :. SOCIAL SECURITY ment or disability benefits.
W. C. Cogdell, principalIt
Phil Ossofer Failure to report these wagesIs
Record Says
"welcome Hop"Featured . violation of Federal Law
was back" time . . . . a
around the school during the and is serious for three reasons:
past week. A very special wet at the "Back-to- ;;:;; I!
come from Mr. Cogdell, was School Record Hop" to be giv I was delighted to read In the 1. The worker and her family
given to both old and new faculty en by the YWCA Co-Ed Club Miami Times that both the are denied social security pro-
members. Our new addi- will be Disc Jockey Sgt. Ben Union of American Congrega- M MOAT 011.11O.J SOYOIIIffWhen tection
tions are Mrs. Tillman, from the Homestead tions representing Reform
Dorothy McKellar
2. Both criminal and civil
Air pen-
and Eddie Pearson, both physical Base. Members of the club Judaism) and the American alties
are provided for the willful -
education Instructors. invite junior and senior high Jewish Congress, are backing you think of fringe failure to file returns and
Many of our teachers studiedat school Northwest students YWCA to come to the the Civil Rights March on benefits do you think of big pay the social security taxes.
various institutions this summer Center on Washington.Being unions and big Industries? What 3. The community often must
August 31 from 7 to of Jewish birth, and
: Carry College Mesdames
10 about maid provide some other means of
Fee for your She
p.m. gets
Erslyn F. Sanders non-anemUers Is having accepted the divine spiritual
Mazie R 25 cents.Labor. fringe benefits support for the worker and her
Edge and Arthurlne S. station of Jesus Christ as too. Usually !
Strapp; family case of death, old-age
FAMU: Mesdames Doris F. I the Son of God, I have long deplored these benefits take the form of or disability.The .
the hesitancy of both meals and carfare. Sometimes
Myrtis E. Thomas and
Clifford Dyes} University of Miami Day Barbecue synagogue and church in making they include uniforms and oth- social security tax on
Art Workshop: Mrs Chris a determined stand against er things. Social security is wages I H three and five-eighth
tine Hammock PERRINE The Helpmate racial segregation. It has troul/1- also a fringe benefit for many: percent for both the maid and
Club is sponsoring a barbecue ed mo deeply because the maids. If your maid earns the housewife. The housewife

Vacation\ time I is always a m Labor Day at the bid ruh1-1"t' people of my. birth, whose; an- enough___.._I'H, she_ is...Lfuilding_ up social. should be sure that the worker's
special l tlrite. among the #faculty tree On i72rid St.; Everyone Is s r'pJtnrCl: h1l""" I t.-' DictvtTS-,....__, UilU__..t security: creuit for Her retire correct social security numberIs
members. Those bf us Who .eti- invited; 1"u have ment. However, this is true only shown on the tax return.
Joyed visiting various locationswere at the If you, the housewife, report
: Mesdames EVelyn R. Best, Mrs.. Isabell 1 ,, Pope, presidehtj: hands of the* Nazis did not her earnings. As little ns $.1 a For< more information about
Jacqueline H. Crosby; Bernice Mrs. Mamie Chester, treasurer; arise as one tfl< assail,1 the degradation week amounts to more than $50 how to report these wages, a
Johnson Greene Mrs. Emma Weathers of American In a calendar quarter and must simple envelope form to report
Gloria L. secretary Negroes.
be reported to the I domestic workers can be obtained -
Mrs. Mettle Brown Internal RevoI
Green Flossie and
Hawkins Vi Mrs.
I Service. from tho office of the DIs-
Dora Bullard Occasionally a Jewish' friend nue
ola H. Higgs, MelWa C. James, members of pro trict Director of Internal Revenue
Bernice D. Kemp, Martha M. gram committee. noting my eagerness to speak There N
up against racial no option or choice. in Miami. The Social Security
McKenzie, Ellise R. Reed, Sylvia will ask me why I don segregation t combat Neither the maid nor the housewife Office serving this area Is
E. Rolle and Evelyn Wit anti-Semitism with can decide that they do located at 231 NE 70th St.Debbie's .
Hams Daughter Elks always answer, "The equal Jews zest.have I not want: to bother with it. Domestic
work is
TWo of oUr teachers: worked overcome 05 percent of their If the maid covered by law

at Bethune during the summer Give Picnic difficulties caused by prejudice least $50 in or cash cook is paid at 11 I t$ ....................
irt America The wages during:
Mrs. Negro has
Eugenia J. Wll- over
months i The Daughters of tireater Mi- come about 10 a quarter by one employer -
ns l time librarianand per cent. Only If the 19-SAFETY-3
Willie Wright as recreation imi Temple entertained their when the Negro ''gets his civil report these fails to
instructor. Wedding cohgratu- friends with a picnic last Mon- rights in full, Will the Jew do will not get social wages security, the worker cred .:........ in Florida

!lations are extended to Mrs. nil day.. Fk A* T grand..,.. *rIT time _was___ had... by. likewise.uct,0 T "" .'.. n _._ & ,_,_ _
Bernice T. Johnson Greene. ware e ui* uuuiu mae lancey, cnair-: iuce; htJUI; long as I
certainly hoping for Mrs. man of refreshments and her. one !Is prejudiced against the
Susan B. Williams, our librarian committee did a splendid Job, Negro he will be prejudiced to
a speedy recovery from her Our thanks to them. I wards the Jew. People who dis
recent accident.It Out of town guests attending criminate are. indiscriminate in PlaylandOPEN
were Mrs. Otlllle Prather, Miss their discriminations. The big
will again be the pleasureof Graclta Prather of Cutbreth, Ga. problem today is racial pre-
the publicity committee to daughter and granddaughter of judice. To concentrate' on combining -
share with you our school news Mr. and Mrs. Coklne. Miss: Ber- prejudice against the FOR REGISTRATIONWhy
during the school year. The nice Ambrister and Mr. and Jew at this time would be like
members are Mesdames Jacque Mrs. Kenneth Huyler of Nassau. operating on a boll while ignor not give your child a, chance to learn how to

line H. Crosby, Bernice D. Mrs. Vera Clark and Mrs. Vas- ing a cancer- prepare for learning. This will eliminate your child
Kemp, Melba C. James, Arthur sle Denard of Coconut Grove, Yes It is good to read that
ine S. Strapp, Elliott J. Scavel- leaders from becoming a drop-out in later years. For com'
Jewish are
la and Mrs. Gwendolyn H. Welters fth end to compal racial in n- plete information call NE 4-831S or come and visit
chairman. Day NurseryThe equality. I that their
congregations with us at . .
will take heed and
Bethel Temple Day Nursery become active participants In
JESCA NEWS and Kindergarten will open the fight for the rights of all I 4800 NW 24th Court
HAVE YOU REGISTERED on Sept. 3. It is located at 2310 Americans.
YOUR CHILD? NW 58th St. If you wish!' to reg Health certificates are required! by all children
What happens to children in ister your child or children and
their early years is of life-long you NE wish more Information call THINK! MRS. IONA PERRY, Supervisor
4-0150 OX '
importance. Although the childgets or 1-0440. 1'11"ff i 10-3
Mrs. Doris L. R. Akins
his first care and protec- I
tion from the home, there comes ..'. ...
& lime when he is ready for
wider and more varied interests. a" SO
These can be found in the encouraging years experience Cox KindergartenOpen
Be a snece** In
atmosphere of a good
day care center and kindergarten. life. Have a
happy home, get for Registration
the position BEAUTY AND

Why not register your child yon want, get ' WIG 'SALON The Cox's of Cox Kindergarten, 1753 NW 4th Ct.,
now in one of the James E. out of the nit
Scott Community Association by the "help of i wish to thank the parents and teacher for making

bay Caa-e. Centers and Kindergartens God. Let my the swimming clinic a success this summer.
; : located at 0301 NW 14th yearn of ex penmen , Registration is now in progress for the fall term
,Ave and 7200 NW 22nd Ave. help you HI 8.938 For information call FR 1.8488 or OX 1.1834

The Centers will re-open on In In business work, and In 3605. MR. and MRS. W. O. COX, Owners
'Sept. 3. Hours 7:30: a.m. to 5 Grand Ave.
pm., Monday thru Friday. Midmorning love. 9-31
snacks, balanced hot Vour pnychle and friends; for"'30venrs. =

lunches, afternoon snacks, clean Cloned nil day Wed.' and --4--, ..
separate cots for educational will be Itt the Itlg home, 5417
napping, an
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pre-school children and pick-up Mealing meeting every Wcdttes( '
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