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14 More Dade Schools Baby Struck By Miami Out Front,


Lug Wrench Dies


Integrate: : 31 Now Mixed been James charged S. Williams with, 30, h man-a s Is "Tight White' to"a

..., u,__ _ __ slaughter In the death\ of a .., r

Negro. students attended 14 ison Palmetto and Ponce de year-old by girl who wrench died when Monday hit Miami Is far out front aheadof than 'menial task ,' 'oM- II I+\

more Dade public schools for the Leon Junior highs, and Carol .a flying lug the rest of the state, but where they deal .solely"' with ,,r j

first time this! week as the total City Miami Edison, Norland Police said Williams told them Florida as a whole Is a "tight Negroes , They are sy te-'
number of mixed schools the North Miami andsouth excluded from ,
in Palmetto white matlcally employment -
he In the white state
was fighting street run by a
climbed 31. the state and from
county to Dade High Schools. by
with three men. lie threw th"lug establishment.This '
About 135 Negroes were involved The Integration was peacefuland wrench at one of his assail Job-straining opportunities
the said.
in the action this week. routine at all schools. The ants, he said, but it missed and Is the concensus of
U. S. Commission on C I v I 1
There are now about 2,500 Ne- white students seemed to be hit the' little girl on a nearby Rights wide ranging: and com- And he alleged that the pattern -
groes attending the 31 integrated looking for Negroes to attend porch. prehensive study on the Ne- is perpetuated by the couxv-
The victim Bernadlno
schools here. their schools.A was
Scott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. groes educational and employ- ty school systems
The schools newly Integratedwere total of 182,455 students enrolled George Scott of 350 NW 10th St. ment status in the state of "There few voca-

Ojus and William Jen- Tuesday. Enrollment Is Williams, of 407 NW 6th St., Florida. tional courses are very offered to Negroes -.
fiiflgaf Bryan Elementary, Carol expected to hit 196,000 by the will have a hearing on the "
The report was compiled by Simon said "even on a1:
City: Cutler Hldge, Glades, ,Mad I end of the month: charge Sept. 11 before Peace the commissions Integrated rate-but-equal ,- basis. And

Justice Ralph Ferguson Florida Advisory Committee. those that are offered are not inline \
Concern over the little girl with .
space-age opportunities. -
Wx..ua r tw" low iy led to Williams' arrest. Tobias Simon, committee .
The four men fled from thescp.ne secretary says a Negro seekinga
in front of the Scott home Job with the state government Tailoring barberjng, cosmetology -
+, after the baby was hit. Williams faces a great dilemna. ', the kind of vocational -
was arrested Tuesday night
when he cam, back to find out "Negroes simply are not employed study available to mostof
how badly the glr! was hurt by the state In other lorlda's Negroes, ha said.

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I Refuses to Sell Home to Negro-. .



Firm Barred From Federal Financing i ill'h ,



? 4 w w An Orlando contracting firm The VA said Rossman's firm The VA 'action bats tho-firm I I

who refused!! to sell a house toa signed a government certificatethat from receiving a government.npprahml .
Negro school' teacher in Cocoa it did not discriminate of Its property al.key

3 1. _ __liii Beach is no longer eligible for against buyers. Fourteen other requirement before a VA
{ VA or KHA financing homes In the 225-house division oan is granted. The VA said!
The Veterans Administration had been purchased with feder. the FHA also barred the firmi J Jj
announced Saturday that Home al loans. y>n the basis of Us action. I \ '
r1' and Home Ltd.,,headed by Nor The VA said Johnson com
r man Rossman, has .become the plained to the National Association -: j The VA said an Orlando hear. j\
first company to be barred from for the Advancement of ,ing would be conducted by
federal financing under President Colored People. That organization a three-man fact-finding board''
..r. Kennedy's notified tho VA which Investigated Hvhlch will report its findings .
lInU-dISCrlmlna-I'
tion housing I" Washington,
W. A. Ferguson, president, space and missile program workin ,
and D. L. Wilkerson at right, : the Canaveral area told ,L _nnnn m ,_ __
secretary-treasurer of the In- j .I
Roosevelt Chairman of the

Builders International and Common Hod Carriers Laborers -, hoard John B. Orr Jr., and oth- Birmingham Negroes Boy Near Death

Union of America, Local er officers that the new, insti
293; AFL-CIO, with headquarters tution's 100 percent integrated From
in Cocoa Beach, made a status was an Important determining Playmate's'Bullet
special trip down to Miami last factor In the union's
Seek Reooen SchoolsNAACP
Friday for..the purpose of openIng choice of a depository so far removed to
investment accountatrMlaml's from headquarters.
a $10.000 - -' f
I I'
Roosevelt Savingsand Roosevelt, which opened for '
Loan Association. business at 601C NW 7th Ave., attorneys In Birming A 20-year-old Negro, John r A 3-year-old boy was In't
'on July 4 last, is the first fully ham said Thursday they would L. Coley, was killed by three I \serious condition at Jackson ...',
Ferguson, representing a union integrated savings and loan association ask a federal court order'to reopen bullets In the head and body. At ;:Memorial Hospital Wednesday
whose members; are employedfor to be granted a char- three white schools closed I least 20 other persons Including night after doctors operated to
,the most part 1n government ter by any Southern state. to avert integration. ", four policemen were hurt. Two :remove a .20 caliber bullet
I other Negroes were wounded by from his abdomen.
The schools were closed at I
gunfire. I James W. Wade of 2195 NW
the of Gov. George Wal-
lace request after racial violence left ;74th Terr., told Metro police he-
Ruling By Judge Jails had been shot by a gun held
one man dead and a score injured -,
I Is Gov. Wallace :by a 10-year-old friend. Wart
: said he and tho other Day/ found
,
,4 Teenagers Indefinitely "We will file court action to .the gun in James E. Scott Parkat
get the schools reopened" said Off His Rocker? : NW 74th St and 21st Ave.
They- apparently bias,-> and enlles to training schools hasbeen Jesse Devore, spokesman for the and that it accidentally went off

wrong' decision of; a St. Augustine % appealed to the district NAACP. What many Americans have as they examined It.
ciurttof' in Tallahasseebut Metro police' said they plan-
}; appeals
resultedin
juvenile judge has t no'_jeleaec, J is' in sight. for School Board members yielded been believing for a longtime 'ned to further question tho 15-
.
the indefinite jailing of four .. early Thursday to a request}; came to light this weekwJ.1h.the Iearoldabout"the'. tnddent. '
,
high school students for a.'sit- JUVIntJeJudie,Mathls said from Wallace and ordered the/ disclosure that .Alabama Gov. : .'. !
in demonstration. schools and George, Wallace was "nervous I
he offered, to return the juveniles closing of two high I
to the on probation an elementary facing deaeJC1'e-1' in the service" '''State Attorney '
parents
"Two teenaged girls have spentsix
Sen. Morse D.
Wayne ( Ore.)
but the refused. gallon under court orders. Two
\
weeks In the St. John's Coun parents
told the Senate '
ty;Jail and face indefinite sentences The parents insist that they Negro boys registered "Wednes- Thursday that Clears Cop in
Gov. Wallace is disability
in the State Training were told they could take the day at the elementary school. 'receiving !
BeatingThree
home If The board's action was announced -, payments for psychoneurosis I
School for Girls for taking part youngsters they signed +
condition ... i
/ result of
.
as a .
the Momblng-:
la 'a civil rights demonstration. a:pledge to have the children report after World War II service. white Metro police' officers ;
Audrey Nell Edwards, 17 and to a probation officer Attorney Arthur Shores' home were cleared Tuesday by I
Joe' Ann Anderson 10, were arrested twice a month, observe a curfewof set off a demonstration and Sen. Morse quoted what he State Attorney Richard E. Ger-
last month along with 8.30: p.m.;, and refrain from hundreds of Negroes hurled said was a Veterans Administration stein of charges that they unnecessarily -
other teenaged and adult demon- demonstrating until they are 21 bricks and other missiles at policemen I report to show that Wallace beat a Negro while
strators at a''' sit-in in a St. years old. and motorists. I applied for and received making an arrest. ,

Augustine drug store, and were -- disability payments based on "There Ji insufficient, evidence -
declared. delinquent on July 23 anxiety and similar traits. to 'indicate any violation
Judge Charles I I of the criminal Jaws or to war
by; 27 Arrested In Saint
juvenile VA
1 . Quoting from the record rant action by this'' office" Ger-
: During service he wa hospitalized stein wrote,County Manager
Two toys, Samuel. White, '15, : from April 1, 1013 to Irving McNayr ,who receivedthe
and 'Willie Carl Singleton, 16, AugustineProtest June 3, 1043, for, acute cerebral ''complaint, from NAACP
arrested at the same demonstration spinal meningitis lie was also Tho three officers _: David 1.
; spent three weks in the ST. AUGUSTINE Police. .arrested prods to, rout Negroes during hospitalized in September, 1945 Green Michael Kruyulls and .4
w county,ail and then were sent 27 Negroes here Monday earlier demonstrations here. for severe anxiety state, chronic, John Hendrick had been accused i'
to"the'State Training School for and charged them withholding City Manager Charles Derry manifested by tension states of beating Anthony King
Boys, '"at .Marlanna. *-'4 ., .- public;meeting without went to the meeting told the anxiety attacks, anarexla and 7 SW 263th St., :Naranja.
Adults, arrested for .that sit-: a permit About 100 other Negroes they were violating an loss of weight. last OI 28. ?
H I'
in were jr convicted of i viola ting Negroes who attended the meet old city ordinance and asked He filed claim for compensation I Instead, Assistant State Attorney -
Florida':S trespass law Ay a justice ing dispersed when officers 'ar- them to leave. I in June, 1916, and in December George Orr reported to .
of,,the, peace, ,were re rived. When 'the Negroes refused to I ID48, was ,granted service Gersteln 'medical evidence 'Indicated
leased from jail on appeal The Negroes 'met in a public leave the city-owned park, connection for psychoneurosis that King 'started chok '
bondsf, v park to protest brutality In Berry ordered city and county for which an evaluation of ing Green. King was struck '

ti The j' .commitment. 4 -.*. ',of, *the. juv- using, dogs? and electric cattle officers I to arrest, them. I 10 per cent was assigned. when the other. officers .joined' ]"


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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. Mrs, HENRIETTA SWEATING Ohiegas to Meet .Sunlight Chatter
2720 NW 00th St. who has I
PAGE 2 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1963 been ill, is now convalescing at Saturday NightThe The cosmetologist students

the Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. have had the' ,.
first meeting of Sigma presence of for-

of, Omega Psi.I ,
Alpha chapter mer graduates from Central
The Rev and Mrs AUSTIN Phi fraternity. will be held''' on Florida and Nassau taking
COOPER of Dallas, Texas, who : Saturday, Sept. 7 at 8:30: .p.m. at post
have been Visiting with relatives -, the home, of Brother James graduate work; which they enjoyed -
and friends in Miami have : Randolph 1080 NW 51st St. very much.
returned home. Fr. Cooper, before This meeting Is expected, to be
going to St. Augustine'sChurch an important one as all major They were an Inspiration to
Texas, served in several projects for the year will be all the students mainly i the
churches In the Diocese of presented for approval. students who will be going for
.. South Florida He has also been Virgil Rogers, the new basl- the state '''board examination in
THEIR BEAUTIFUL water*- Their trip included sucn entertainment Curate at St. Augustine's leus of the local chapter has the near future. We are wish...
front lawn and patio was thE< as the British Colon- Church Rochester, N.Y. formulated plans to make this ing each one a success! in his
:setting for Bill and Clarice Saw. ial's weekly water show, splash year another year of continued I endeavor
yer's annual Labor Day barb. All Omega men In the I
party, sightseeing tour.: and the progress.
Mr. and Mr*. CHARLES H. Last Tuesday wo had
This as
cue. this
year's was a pre annual Costume Ball at the area are invited to attend
Labor DAVIS, daughter, Mrs. Elayne Dr. and Mrs. B.CL
Day affair held on Sun. Emerald
Beach Club last weekend meeting. Drown
day so that everyone could rest Todd and children Michelle and from the West Indies*
lip in time for Tuesday's labor Kurtis of Philadelphia' left on Dr. Brown a professor of scU1t1--
r
:Hill, who 'boasts that he's a l Sunday after ten days visit including Ushers UnionAnniversary ture in Ontario, Canada gave
A-l bartender and his charminwife nWILBERT T. JENKINS Jr., a visit to Nassau In an Interesting lecture oh fiti-
were the usual perfect celebrated his fourth birthday Miami they were guests of Mr. files/' Mi's Brown is A graduate -
hosts. The elaborate menu con. at the Prestige Apts. where he and Mrs. Eugene Kemp and The Ushers' Union Association of the SUnlight .BeaUty
:sisted of barbecue and all its I entertained the following guests Mrs. Hugh Carroll. They expressed will celebrate Its 32nd anniversary Academy in Kingston, Jamaica.
trimmings as well as a variet, and their parents: Rene Grier, themselves as having Sept. 15 at Mt. Oli Our annual "beach party Was
rof salads and seafood pileaus,, Cheryl and Jeffrey Joseph had a most delightful visit. vette Church which Is locatedon given last Wednesday, at Cran-
Over 25 friends enjoyed the Laura Hamilton, Lawrence Ken first court between 14th and don tls and families
Sawyers' hospitality fn the cool nedy Jr., and Terrye Thomas. 15th St. at 3 p.m. of the stunts had a delightful -
breeze of Opa-locka. Others present were Mr. and ROBERT PAUL YOUNG left Rev. I. C. Mickins will deliver time and enjoyed the menu
Mrs. James Matthews and Te- on Friday for Nashville, Tenn. the anniversary message. Their served.
FRIENDS are quite elated mest Jenkins. where he will enter Meharry choirs will sing Jointly. The
over seeing affable Mrs. Edythe The /birthday cake displayeda Medical School) public Is Invited. Every third Thursday in each
Wars of Washington, D. C., who scene of Indians attacking a Young was a teacher In the I Deacon David Hudson, presi- month the students present
is in our city visiting her covered wagon. The cake was Liberty City Elementary School. dent; Miss Dorothy Major, reporter their own creative hair styling
brother, Travel Bureau Direc- a gift from godparents. ; Mr. and I ; Rev. I. C. Mlckins pastor in a fashion review which we
tor Charles C. North and other Mrs. George Morrison.In enjoy very much.A .
relatives. aditlon to gifts received Mrs. JULIETTE BARNELL
from his guests, he also was and two children, Claudius and ''group of our students wentto
the recipient of gifts from his Cordelia of Nassau, who have Back to School Youth Hall last Thursday to
WELL WISHES to Ar- grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. been visiting relatives In give their services to the girls
net School Franks, Douglas Elementary Leroy Vines and Mr. and Mrs. Bridgeport, Conn and Washington Fashion Show there.-Mrs. G. Lesence, reporter. -
secretary, who is con- Cobb also Mr. and Mrs. D.C. spent some time with .
George ,
fined Board No. 2 Mt. Her-
to the hospital. Miss Helena Harold McCurdy. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Robinson, Ushers ,
Slfontes, who is AME Church cordially invite
ill in enroute home, leaving on Wed< mon
Christian Hospital. you to its Frappe Sip and
CONGRATULATIONS to Mr. nesday. I Back to School Fashion Show, NAACP MembershipDrive
FLORENCE TAYLOR has re- and Mrs. Theodore R. Harrell use Sunday, Sept. 81 to 6 p.m. at
turned home after vacationing (Leotha Sands) upon their first "send all news for this the Church, 2145 Bunche ParkP.
In Nassau and Jamaica. She reports wedding anniversary Sept. 2. I II column to: Chatter That :Matters Irving, president, Rev. S. is now on!
having had an enjoyabletime. I rare of tho :Miami Times, Drive, Opa-locka, Mrs. L'I
6740 NW 15th Ave. Gay pastor.
WILLIAM ,
Rev and l\Il'H.
CONTINUOUS SERVICE
'I ROI CIIAS. E. WILLIAMS SAVOY have returned from a i,
Painless Office Treatment of
spent the wekend here with his month's vacation visiting relatives SINCE 1948
busy, influential wife, Mayme. and friends In Clevelandand *
Mr. Williams, former BTW prin Columbus, Ohio, Washington RUPTURE COTp PILES.: ? PL 1.3604-
cJpal Is now on the staff of D. C. and Huntington, West
Edward Waters College, Jack- Va. Rev. Savoy Is the pastor of Rectal' Diseases I Varicose Veins"" Prostate
sonville. the Grace Presbyterian Church, I -No lost tlm P-Discard Truss'"
14th Ave. and GOth St. Upon Correction of Rupture. Reducing

THOMAS RIGBY Jetted to I' Dll. LONG'S CLINIC 5taaRity ,

visit New York City last weekend to MISS BARBARA BO'NEY, 1535 H.W. 1st 8k-FR 32748. A general health er'YloeDebbie's
relatives. secretary at the Miami Times'

Dr. main office, Is vacationing with I 1
and Mrs. JOHN O. BROWN
her brother In Chicago. Miss Bo-
entertained friends last week
those viewingthe
with Ney was among
their a post-vacation Gist street home.shitchatat Mrs. March on Washington. We plan, guide and advise'

Brown reported that the pur- PlaylandOPEN : Finest Quality Building
pose of this intimate social The n(','. and Mrs. SAMUEL
gathering was "to gab about BROWN and daughter, Anita of .' HOMES
their summer vacations and to St. Petersburg, are visiting relatives -
compare Interesting family in Miami and Key West. FOR REGISTRATIONWhy ADDITIONS
notes." Included on the guest Fr. Brown, vicar of St. Aug
list were out-of-towners Mrs. ustine's Church, was the preacher not give your child a chance to learn how to ALTERATIONSBANK

Emma Mays, Chestertown, Md., at the Church of the Incar prepare for learning. This will eliminate your child
Mrs. Edwin Shirley's mother; nation last Sunday morning. FINANCING
Mrs. Clarke Memphis, Tenn., from becoming a drop-out in later years. For complete

In-law(Mrs. )Henry and Mrs.Arrington's Syble Stewart sister, Mr. and Mrs.Miamians GARTH REEVES spending information call NE 4-8315 or come and visit i ?Q L 1J: 1.i 1.7 L7mJv

Nassau (houseguest of Dr. and were among with us at . .
Mrs. H. H. Green.) Labor Day at BiminI. ( (!)(3( QGeneral

Mrs. D. A. JULIUS of the 4800 NW 24th Court Building, Contractors
Mr. andII'A.: CHARLES
Sunlight Beauty School has returned

DAVIS houseguests and family of his were sister recent and Jamaica.from a visit to Kingston, Health certificates are required! by all children Licensed Insured

hrother-in-law, the Eugene i MRS. IONA PERRY Supervisor 888 N.E. 79th Street
,
Kemps. The
.Davises felt that a
Miami vacation was Incomplete I CHARLES NORTH of North's 10-3
without a cruise to Nassau, so Travel Bureau has returned :
. they did Just that before from a visit to Boston where he I
departing for their Philadelphia attended the National Convention I I
Advertise !
SEE TIlE WORLD'S It Pays
home on Sunday. of Elks. The trip was made
via Nassau and New York. I GREAT: I'ROI'IIE'I'
THE AKA's ,\ True trader '
are holding their
initial RUSS JOLLIVETTE who :t3 Years of KxperleiirrBlshon : k
meeting for the
Saturday at Brownsville year Junior on spent nine weeks at Camp Hunter l I.. well known as ; '> "JOB TRAINING"DECISION

High School. All Alpha Kappa Greenklll, Nuguenot, N.Y. PROF. HUNTER _
Alpha where he served as a Junior
women In the
area are '
If are wick, worried In ,
invited to this meeting. counsellor! returned to Miami' you or
troubled this I Is the place to come
last Friday. t
I Don't stay In the rut, mi!" h back ';,
:Mfr and 1\INI. J. B. McKENZIE the veil of had lurk that .eenin Before deciding on plans fora
and their little daughter Ai-s..1OSEPIrINE MARTIN to hold you In your track, and ,? career or for the next school
motored from their WashIngton 10181 NW 10th Ct., who was In advance forward by the help of , ,/44'" 'X: tt'rm. check the advantages of
D. C. home to visit rela- the Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. God under the leadership of "{ > -r:1: !; .1\1fr. taking a Pioneer course In
: "
tives and friends in our city, Friends are hoping for her Prof. Hunter who has 35 : .f 1jl1 Stenography, Secretaryship,
The McKenzie'a two sons who speedy recovery. I yearsof '\.41 ty ;. ;'i > ?S General
II experience In spiritual and :1j..#" Bushier, Accountancy
arrived earlier this summer to ....... I occult "'t'lence.Iake: /, l' ;'r ; Business
vacation .-..+-.-.+++. e -+ 4 your home 4"-.i '<< V. <" Administration Industrial
with their aunt, Mrs. happy. He will show you how Relationship and Management -

their Ronnie White, accompanied WARNER HINES to'bypass: your enemies and get the things that' life or Typewriting and
demands
and
sister
parents on the for you. Tome one, come all. Healing meeting Modern Business Machine In
trip back home. Mrs. McKenzie day at the Spiritual Temple of Zion, Inc every Wednes much less time than think
5417 ;yon
S.1V,17th
(Monica Williams is Contractor St
MIamian. ) a former Painting West) Hollywood. Fla. 7:30 p.m. you can acquire a thorough

preparation for a successful career -
BIRTHDAY. I in the business world. Beginners -
GREETINGS
to:
Intermediates and advanced -
Quentin North
Touro Tanga
Rolle Glenda students may enroll.
HUll Sadie O'- Reasonable
Neal, Evelyn Vaughns, Kathy Dormitory rates prevail.
accommodations are
Demeritte.
Cvnthla Knowles
available
Itealia Mitchell. for out-of-town In-
dents. Free Placement Service
for -Better Job .
VIVACIOUS Jackie Rawls Opportunities' tall
has returned home from an ex. graduates One of our experienced -
'. tended Nassau vacation. It appears Career Counselors
that a great deal of her will help yon reach a decision
time was spent soaking up the Itz. R about your future. Write visitor
the Island. Licensed 1 telephone the Registrar.
sun on and InsuredBy PEnnypack 5-2933.

)fr. and 1\11'8. CHARLES City and County 5417 S.W. -17th Street W. Hollywood'' Florida PIONEERBusiness

(Helen) HART and daughter, Service phone FR 9-8685 I mile east State Road 144 3 miles west of & IndustrialINSTITUTE
Charyl have Just returned froma FREE North Me of the road. Office hours to 8 HaUantlale on
vacation at the Sheraton-Brit. ESTIMATESIndf t to 3 p.m. Licensed by State and County" p.Dt. Sunday

ish Colonial Hotel In Nassau. . . . . . . . . . . . Readings daily.t 625 So. Broad Street

U Philadelphia 47, Penna.



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March On Washington, Saw 20-Year Dream Fulfilled THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. PACE 3,

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1963
WASHINGTON For A. an order establishing the Fair they cannot be free while we -. .
Philip Randolph, the trium- Employment Practices Commis- I are not. And we know that we "....: i '1' ,. :
phant March on Washington for sion. The march was cancelled.In have no Interest in a society in Organization Says . :' .
Jobs and Freedom Aug. 28, which 0,000,000 black and white writ i :
was a 21-year-old dream come 1918 Mr. Randolph called people are unemployed and millions !- ;
for a second march demanding to WashingtonFor i"
true. It was the veteran labor more live in poverty. .
leader and civil rights advocate integration in the armed forces. Mr. Randolph warned the .,." 4. ,
who first conceived the idea ofa President Truman signed an ex country that "the months and
March on Washington in behalf ecutive order banning segrega- years ahead will bring new evi- Civil Rights'h
of Negro rights.Mr. tion in the military forces. dence of masses in motion for
freedom. The March on Wash- Washington; D. C. "Writeto palgn to be launched Immediately
Randolph, president of Now, 22 years after he first for Civil Rights"was in local communities.
ington is not the climax to our Washington
conceived his the idea of
plan,
the AFL-CIO and a vice presi- struggle but a new beginning, the note on which representatives -
dent of tho National Associationfor Negroes in tens of thousands not only for the Negro but for from 36 women's organizations After examining proven success -
marching on the streets( of of selective the
the Advancement of Colored all Americas, for personal free- closed a two-day buying
People, has dreamed of a mass Washington became a reality. dom and a better life." conference at the Shoreham women vigorously supported a
The originator of the march, national selective and
march of Negroes on Washington Hotel. The meeting was held campaign
since 1941. Mr. Randolph presided over the Aug. 29 and 30. will refuse to buy products from
day's events. firms that still segregate In
The march was to be visible: Negroes Enroll at In line with their committ personnel and merchandising:
means of mass protest againstthe As lead-off speaker in the Fla. PresbyterianST. ment as part of the national practices. At the same time they
exclusion of Negroes from afternoon program, Mr. Ran Women's Committee for Civil would support fully those firms:
any prominent role in defense dolph told the marchers and the .. PETERSBURG Two Rights, the organizations' rep. that uphold fair employmentpractices
millions of other Americans -
industry. Although President resentatives recognized the importance and indicate a consideration -
honor of the June
Roosevelt met with him listening on radio and televi- graduates their of buying of.:
per- of utilizing resources power
class of Gibbs Junior
sonally, Mr. Randolph was not sion, "This civil rights revolu- graduating more fully to achieve women united for equality.
have enrolled in Florida
College
dissuaded from his plans. tion Is not confined to the Ne- I :
)
groes; nor is It confined to civil Presbyterian College located full equality.The conference was called by In mapping their plans for
The threat of the march rights. Petersburg.The action the Confercce designated
of
prompted the President to issue "Our white allies know that fast rising senior college the National Council Negro the a Community Caravan as-
attended white Women as a follow-up to .
mostly by top medium to help local communities -
students from throughout the March on Washington. NCNW
assess their specific needs
nation, accepted the Gibbs grads Is a member of the Council for
I Minimum i i Wage Rises to 1.25' among other Negro students United latter Civil Includes Rights the Leadership.The follow-. and meet utilize them existing more resources effectively.to
who will also be at the college The Caravan concept will be in-
... this fall. ing major civil rights groups: troduced
the
u.
nesses and services win continue National Association for the Advancement across nation con-
Only Interstate The Glbb honor
two graduates ferences
receiving a minimum of of Colored People; leaders claimed, and
Alvin Edwards of St.
Commerce' $1 an hour but will have to be are National Urban League, Coun- will make on-the-spot help
and Jackson
Petersburg Evelyn
for work be- available to all groups seeking
paid premium pay cil of Racial Equality, Southern
of Fort Myers.Edwards .
Employees Covered yond 44 hours in one week. I I I one of Glbbs Senior Christian Leadership Conference "next equal steps"rights.in local crusadesfor

The four million employees in High School's graduates In 1901, Student Non-Violent Coordinating
WASHINGTON Some 2.6 this group will catch up to the has enrolled as a mathematics Committee.The Other action taken endorseda
million workers received pay first group in minimum wages major. call of the conferencewas step-up in collection of dona
boost Tuesday when the new and shorter work week by 1965 Jackson enrolled this fall as to bring aUout united action tions to the Youth Emergency
federal minimum of $1.25 an under an escalator schedule. an English major. Like Edwards for civil rights. Representatives Fund administered by the National -
hour goes into effect. she was valedictorian of attended from the Nation Council of Negro Wom n.
Secretary of Labor W. Willard The group originally covered her June 1001 graduating class Council of Jewish Women, The council's national office In
al
Wirtz said the increase from ed by provision of the act now (Dunbar High School, Fort the American Congress of Jew Washl ton, D. C. also coordi-
$1.25 an hour will add 365 million must be paid at least time and Myers.) ish Women, the National Coun ates financial contributions o
dollars to their annual in- half for any work beyond 40 cil of Catholic Women, the the Fund. Supporting' : the fund
comes. hours In one week. I National Association of Colored are 25 Negro wome ns organi-
All told the minimum wage Operation Stamps! Women's Clubs and NCNW. zations representing nearly one
On Sept. 3 of next year, the
law covers some 28 million em minimum wage for the newer New Mt Morlah Baptist Convener for the historic million women pledged to ale
ployees engaged In
commerce or in the interstate classification falling under the Church, Rev. A. L. Shlpp, pas- meeting was Miss Dorothy I. youthful leaders In non-violent
goods for interstate productionof act will raise to $1.15 an hour tor, Is in need of trading stamps, Height, NCNW President and demonstrations for, civil rights.
com- for a 42-hour work week, with any kind. Members are asked to member of the President's Com
merce, most of whom
more than the minimum.receive premium pay beyond that time. give one or more books, friends mission on the Status of Women
and well wishers any amount, as well as the National Women'sCommittee
cable The new pay boost is appli- Dy Sept. 3, 1005, all 28 million ! loose or in books. for Civil Rights. Times; ads don't cost
only to those covered by unless exempt, will be on Please call after 4 p.m. eitherof
the law
prior to 1961. stressed legisla-
a $1.25 hour minimum The women
an pay these two numbers: NE
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"CHKDO Ol THIS, N OnO 1MIK8S"
If 1110 MXiltO IMIKSS believe that America can best load the world
'from' racial' mid nations! antflRonlcmn when' It accords to every man q y
'wunnllcnii of rare, color oi creed, his hrlman'nnd legal rights llntincJ v i
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School'Opens 1 INTERAMA FROM THE AIR Artist's conception shows the proposed huge 6g0-aere

project on Biscayne Bay, Miami, Florida. Tall structure in center of the lagoon is INTE I
Dade County's public schools} opened on Tuesday and RAMA'S 1,000'foot Freedom Tower Body of water in background is the Atlantic Ocean.
are now pretty well settled for the year's work.

As customary principals and faculties have been
preparing APPLICATIONS
in of labor
to receive his new sphere
: thousands of students, hundreds of them
:attending public schools for the first time. The Rev. Addington Sands, rector of St. Matthew'sChurch BEING ACCEPTEDFOR

Nassau, Bahamas, was guest preacher at St. CIVIL
The enrollment this year will be over 185,000 in 200 Agnes last Sunday.
schools with 8,000 teachers, many of them working for SERVICE, EXAMS
the first time in Dade County

We now have 31 integrated schools in Dade. Plans are going ahead in New York for forming an Applications are now being
all-Negro Freedom Now Party to enter the national elec- accepted for the 1964 Federal
The new Richmond Heights school has a white prin- tion in 1964 with headquarters in New York. A national Service Entrance Examination,
cipal, the only one in our Negro schools in Dade County. committee has been named with Atty. Conrad J. Lynn of the U. S. Civil Service Commis-
The budget for the school year totals $1,117,000.The chairman.The sion has announced. This examination -
New York as acting open to college sen-

school program seems to be complete. With the name does not seem consistent to Ye Editor. Is iors and graduates regardless of
major study, as well as to persons -
support of parents in fact the in
community general, this not fighting for integration on the one hand and who have had equivalent
our schools should be such as we could be proud. practicing segregation on the other? experience, offers the opportunity -
to begin a career in the
There is also the adult evening classes providing an What about all the white supporters of the March Federal service in one of GO

opportunity for those who are unable to attend duringthe For Freedom. Will they be denied membership? occupational fields. These po-
day. if there i ito is sitions are located In various:
Seems as though the Freedom Now Party, Federal agencies both In Wash-

We know there are many adults who should willingly be one, would seem more logical if it were open to all ington, D.C. and throughout

take advantage of such opportunity.. Improve yourselves races. the United States. Depending on

There are a plenty of Jobs to be had, providingone dates the qualifications starting salaries of the for candi-per-

can qualify. ... ..... .........tV.l"R...J4ti'.lSZ"'ul t.C..I'. r r h s .1U sons appointed from this examination
will be $4,690 and
EducationEducation BROWSIN'By $5,795 a year. A written test is
except for those candidates
PAUL 1IKNKYV who have attained a
does not mean teaching people all they iS'lZ' "'i ? '< sufficiently high score on the

know. It means teaching them to behave as they do not In Polcraft, Pa., Horace Barkera Graduate Record Examination
behave. It is not teaching the youth the shapes of letters : technician for a New Jersey Aptitude Test. Applicants who
and thetricks of numbers, and then leaving them to turn firm and his wife, a nurse at file by Sept. 19, 1963 will written We
the first
their arithmetic to roguery and their literature to lust. It Philadelphia Hospital, purchased test:scheduled on Oct.for 12. Six: additionaltests
home In where
an
means on the contrary, training them into the perfect only a white live. Baker area once lived have been scheduled. The
exercise and kingly continence of their bodies and souls.It In Miami.Their : closing date is April 14, 10C4.
''Ir
is a painful, continual and difficult work'to be done by home wn bombed and Management Internships with

kindness, by warning, by precept and by praise, but above eegs and stones hurled Into it. r. starting salaries of $5,795 and
all by example-John Ruskin. The Bakers moved In under u $7,030 a year will also be filled
I I police protection and troops from this 'examInation. An additional
were sent to guard the home 'i written test is required. -

,More About MarchWe Riot sticks were used to keepa Applicants for these positions -
crowd of demonstrators away. must file by January 16,
need not repeat this statement but we are doingso Eight persons were arrested, 1964.
for as the world knows the March Washington among them four white clergymen -
on was and a University of Penn- Details covering the require-
an unqualified success. sylvania professor who stood in ments, further information
front of house to give about the positions to be filled,
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a.t..e! ,
It cannot fail to bring about fruitful results. It will him moral backing.In and instructions on ,how to
at least leave lasting impressions upon the minds not onlyof Mrs. L. L. Bethel of 1744 NW II apply are given in Civil Service
the half million in Washington but on the minds of millions I 5th Ave., has returned from Announcement No. 311. The an
PlttstAirph, 8.000 Shrlners visiting her mother and other nouncement be otrtainca
scattered to the fQur corners of the globe. of the Prince Hall Order met in t relatives in Kingston and Man- from the executive may secretary
I their annual conclave on Aug. chester Jamaica. She Examiners
reports Board of Civil Service
It.was history-making occasion and it the lie
a gave 31. An estimated $200,000, was enjoying her 3-weeks visit. main Post Office Building,
to all those who felt it would not be successful.A spent In that city, an amount 300 NE 1st Ave., Miami.
not to be sneezed at. However
highlight of the March was the number of white Mr. Jim Crow was! reported as Well, it's better late, than never.
participants. This scribe does not believe that .they were not only showing his ugly head Important Notice

there just fora show. No, they participated because they but The his new whole body. Too bad! Too bad that prognosticators -
Imperial Potentateof
were convinced that the cause was a just one. They want- the order Is Thomas Poag. a when it comes are generally right To Negro Students

ed to support their Negro brethren by trying to impressthe school teacher at Winston- the dead over the to Labor numbering Day Moorman ,Agency wants an

nation's lawmakers, so that as they consider the Salem, N. C.Governor holidays! ; This year they predicted account of every Negro studentin
J, President's Civil, Rights Bill and similar measures .they 520 persons in the the Miami area. For complete send us
nation explanation of project
" may become; embibed with the spirit of fairness towardall George Wallace of accidents woula drownings lose their lives by your name, age, grade, final
citizens of the United States, regardless of race, coloror Alabama is at it again. He un- wl l creed. doubtedly likes the limelight.He They didn't miss by much. last card marking and a large,
has postponed the stamped envelope self-address
open-
This is America. The land of the free and the homeof ing of the newlv desegrated ed. Our address is: Moorman
the brave: May we all boast of this statement, not only public school In Tuskegee and da's Awful oldest! St. Augustine, Fieri- Agency Div. of, Education,
is doing its care of Mr. C. Moor-
ordered state ?city part Joseph
taxpayers to back
but
in words in deeds. in
it up., spoiling the reputation of the I man, 16542 LaSalfe Boulevard,
state. I Detroit 21, Michigan.
The Ircal' school board want- I I Copying methods used in Mississippi I
The new rector of St. Agnes Church is the Rev. Lam- ed to open the school but state Louisiana and Alabama:

bert Sands, former rector of St. Patrick's Church, West troopers prevented and them.sheriff deputies electric they have cattle also prods used to dogs rout and N I Hawaiian Sip

Palm Beach., He took charge of St.., Agnes last Sunday. groes who demonstrated. The True Heart. Social Club
The public is waiting to see On Monday 100 attendits
demo cordially invites to
Fr. and Mrs. Sands are not strangers to :Miami. He the next move of the federal onstrators met in arpublic park Hawaiian.Sip you Sunday: after-

, has lived here even before he was appointed Vicar of government. to ?, ; the Church of the Incarnation in Liberty City, before g dogs and prods. Dixie Park
going: to St. Patricks. News comes that Jacksonville, disperse.city manager told them to NW 13th St. 'Mrs. Jessie Smith
They refused 27 and will ap-
St. Augustine, Duval. Leon, arrested were other guest models
He has also served as Vicar of St. Timothy's Church, Charlotte San Rosa, Okaloosaand pear in a fashion show.' .-
St. John counties have integrated Mrs. Louise Shorter Is
Beach.Ye "A Man Washington
Daytona their schools. Tallahasssee title of Named Mays" is the dent and Mrs. Florence. -

Editor joins with the many friends of Fr. and Mrs. been, the the capital first to that should have only Willie a film Mays that will the one play and in secretary.. -* _

Sands in extending best wishes and a hope for success at long last decided Integrate to do, has so. St sometime!lson. after the baseball Join The NAACP!

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Ky LEO AIIMBKISTKU: land Lanes, Immediately got open for business. 1 "
Sports Editor heads together with the execsof The. Excelsior League:"t will I
I Cloverleaf and found owner, therefore open its bowling sea-
The of the 50
beautiful management lanes of Cloverleaf Marty Andreas, John I. Smith, son Thursday, Sept. 12 at the
general manager and Al Karashijowang : Cloverleaf Lanes. This will be
Bowling, acting on the impulse distinc- the night after another popular
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manager
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to be the first to offer the best tive businessmen. . local league, the Excelslorettes
where good business is concerned They all expressed the Idea would have tried their hand at
lowered all racial barriers that the time Is now to do bus. bowling on an ultra modern
and cordially extend its entire iness, and their establishment Is lane. '
facilities to all bowlers regard-
less of race or creed.
Presidents;: Ernest Hayes of
the popular Excelsior League' : ."
Woman Slashed in
Taking an active part in the ning pools will remain open .. " Theodore Blue. . ; I
historic March on Washingtonwas tear round Instead of closingrom of the Freeway
probably the greatest and Nov. 1 to Feb. 28 as rec League and Car Lot Battle :..
most rewarding experience of mmended.
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: the Falstaff A different version came out Walters suffered small cut
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ent at President Kennedy inauguration Robert Hardy of Carver .
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but that event cannot Ranches. Northwestern High !I..' Traveling, faced this week of the slashing of a over his left eye.

compare with the thrill of beinga md Dade Jr. College grad, has with the dilem-. white Homestead woman In a Darling claimed he was
of such na of not knowing Cutler Ridge Shopping Center
spectacle. enrolled
part a University of Floridan carrying the razor to protect
: . i '.S a house to parking 1 lot fight between a
Getting in' Wasnington the pre-med Rosetta Bush bowl with himself while he walked a picket -
in
night before the march proveda and Paul Young both ex-science ,' the sudden closing white man, his two sons and line In front of the Food it
good idea. Flying up with teachers at Brownsville Junior of the Pin- four Negroes. Fair Store in Cutler Ridge i4! ;
Drs. E'd Shirley and John Brown .Ugh, left cms week for Me- Robert
harry medicine. How According to witnesses The four youths are being
to study
gave us a chance to touch bases. -- 24 .10081 SW
ard Hadley Jr., and W. Seymour, of held under the unusually high
We were met'at the airport Uy: Coving
In Goulds and
ton, both recent FAMU Kumquat St. bond of $15,000. All have been
Henry Arrington who had gotten grads,
8 Florida Counties Grady Walters, 42, of 121GO SW
reserved section tickets for ire off to Howard University 100th Ave. bumped into each charged with assault to commit
us from his good friend, Dr. Dental School. other on the sidewalk. murder.

Martin As soon Luther as Hertz King.put Shirley Foci for Thought: Now that Integrate Schools Seymour told Walters he KINDK1K3ART18N

in the driver's seat of a new the Jackson Memorial Hospital should watch where he's going,
various p:.ra-med1cal schools Elementary and high schools and Walters replied that Sey-
caddy, we were off to a dinner McCartney's Kindergarten Is
party at Face Wiggins' place on are supposed to be Integratedjust In eight counties were integrated mour should get off the side- now open. 3 to 5'years. Call PL
Newton Place. Face proved a when are we going to get Tuesday without incident. At walk whenever he saw a white 8-1705.
gracious host with those sir- Negroes into the school of nurs- loins cooked to order. Favorite ng, School of Medicine Technology 19 of the states G7 countiesare also reported to have remarked, < V'ii'iHreg gathering place for the wheels or the School of X-ray. now integrated\ for the first "Niggers' ain't got no right on FOR SALE
coming into town seemed to be (ft only takes a high school education time. the sidewalk."
Latest to Integrate were the
to enter these schools,
Billy Simpc: m's spot on Georgia ;o why don't we line up some counties of Duval, Pinellas, At this point Walters and his N.W. SECTION HOME
Ave. There! we ran into so many Leon St. Johns two teun-aged sons reportedto
;harp kids and encourage them Orange, Oka- are
it read like who $75 down
big names $75 monthly
.o apply? loosa, Santa Rosa and Charlotte. have attacked Seymour. Soy
who. In addition three Negro men mour left saying, "I'11 be back."
Two of the nicest parties we Cloverleaf Lanes, the fabulous all from Jacksonville, enrolledat Seymour Is reported to have returned 2157 N.W. 46th Street
attended were one by Grace 50-lane bowling alley near Jacksonville University, the with Joshua Merritt, 17,
Williams at her lovely home the turnpike entrance, has fully first of their race to enter that Bobbie; Jones, 18, and Leroy Screened front porch, living
and the other by Don Shirley .ntegrated its facilities. The institution. I Darling 20, of 12100 SW 210th room, kitchen, storm shutters,
the famous piano whiz and Broward County Freeway 'Three Negro students enrolledat St. in Goulds.In . 2-bedrooniN, all largo, clean,

brother of Ed. Special guest atDon's League' and Miami's Excelsior' Leon County High School in I the melee that followed in gal condition, fenced yard.<<
party was Odetta, the League have combined and Tallahassee:; ending segregation
the parking lot between the
fal/ulous folk singer. A'lll do their league bowling at m the capital for the first time Walters and the four Negroes Call UN 6.7229
overleaf: on Thursday nights m nearly 100 years Mrs. Louise Walters slash. I
Harry Smith, the barber and . Ebony Magazine has a ter- ed on the neck with was a straight Mr. Wilson OX 1.6166
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weekend in Oiminl . Dr. lon edition. venture forth on our shopping I I'I
John O. Brown and Atty. Henry' sprees. Another gripe wqs the
Arrington spent a few days In.. Someone asked me to write a unkempt kids running loose in
New York and Atlantic City little reminder to our citizens the shopping area. Let's try to ,
after leaving the March on who shop in Edison Center. It Improve the image 1 It will help '
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FREEDOM TRAIN RIDE FROM MIAMI WAS MOST MEMORABLE EXPERIENCE


By BLANCHE CALLOWAY"All never saw so many men, women If a bomb Is thrown the per Slowly with eyes straight was made. If you were a marcher
aboard for Washington, and children in a station In the son nearest to It should fall on ahead, chanting freedom songs your feet were tired, your
It and try to the others and we all, white and
dead of with protect hymns heart
D. C. called the station master night a look of was heavy, your eyes
from getting hurt. These were colored, men, women and child
. Fifty-four people Including hope on their faces and songs In cautions to be taken because ren, young and old with one were filled with tears, but as
Yours Truly, representing radio their their hearts, giving all delegates there is always a possibility of single aim "Freedom now for you kept going you had a feel-
station WMBM, boarded the I moral support. potential dangers. all people now" walked to Lin- Ing of hope that some day

train for the March on Wash- One hundred and fifty people Everybody was quiet cour- coln Memorial where history there will equality for all.
ington. A few, and a few, people with stories that are hard to teous and enthusiastic about
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came to the station to see us I believe boarded the Freedom -
off. It was most noticeable, the Train Some of these delegates the the march.highlight Singing of tho songs was THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA.
complacency of the Miami I had program
Just gotten out of Jail,
I until early morning. Hardly any SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 7 1963 PAGE 7
people by the few who went to where they had served 15 dayson ,
one slept. They were so excited -
the march and the few who ,
bread and water. Six hun-
and about 8:15: Wednesday
were interested enough to see dred cases are due to
come up : morning the train pulled into
us off. Traveling with us was In court this week. Four men Union Station 700 marchersgot St. Stephen Day Care Center
A. D. Moore, president of CORE, diskuised
as women boarded off two by two singing, "We
Rev. Edward Graham, Rev. H.
the
train the state "
trooperswere Shall Overcome. This demon-
N.W. 73rd Street
1781
E. Green, Atty. Pred !
Stanley a looking for them to arrest stration was so effective It was
herald staff reporter and Wel- them, and they were determined mentioned In the is
WashingtonPost Registration for the St. Stephen Day Care Center
don Rougeau, the leader of the to be in Washington. They (Quote:) "The most stirring
group who held several meet- told stories of being arrested arrival at Union Station involved now in progress. Rates by the week $5.00 and by the
ings to brief us on what to ,,do for the least
demonstration and
after arriving In Washington.Our If they stand on a street corner the Freedom more than Train 700 people transporting day $1.25. Hot lunches are served daily. We give

first stop was West Palm and start singing freedom songs from Florida, Georgia and South pick-up service. For further information call PL ,
'' they are locked up. Girls are Carolina. Most
were teenagers,
Beach 'where
we saw a station 8.6067 or NA 46726.
thrown in the
paddy wagons veterans of racial demonstra-
full of well wishers seeing their
and some were on the train tions which had earned them
delegates off. It was most Inspiring ST. STEPHEN IS NOW OFFICIAALY OPEN
bearing the
bruises
to see so many children of recent jail( records in their home towns.
waving as the train pulled out. police brutality. They Indeed When they entered Union Sta-
TV, radio and were a dedicated group. tion, they broke into a thun-
cov-
ered all details.newspapers derous spiritual that reverber. , ,
Charleston, S. C. is where
we : ated thru the terminal." (unquote -
We ,arrived in Jacksonville at saw the most people at the .)
l station: it was bulging at all
6:20 and had Lincoln Fields
: p.m. to change Apartments
sides and the We all
trains from the Champion to platform as far as boarded buses for
you could see was lined with Washington Monument where
the Freedom Train our
special
train. We walked ,thru hun- people. They sent 218 delegates the first program was given 2045 N.W. 62nd Street
We finally had 16 trains full of and when the signal for the
dreds of there
people to
their see freedom riders on a Freedom march was given at 11:20: we r
Washington.representatives Next go. on to Train going to a freedom march. Joined In marching down Con-
stop-Way- stitution and Independence Enjuy Living in Our Cool, Clean Apartments
cross, Ga., where 119 people, Each leader of a delegation
white and colored, got on from briefed the delegates on non. Aves. Offering Many Feature
Albany and Waycross. The station violent demonstration. They
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PAGE 8 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1963 WEEK AT I STAR MEAT MARKET

t F JJJJJJJ JJJJJ J J JJ JJ.N J IYtis FLAGLERFlagler's

first summer grey- F 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
People . hound racing season moves into
the stretch drive next week
with the finals in the $80,000 0
"" Places International Classic and a
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pair of all-time record bids up THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE
for decision.

kings Eight finalists in the $80,000 4
. stake richest event in grey-

hound racing will be named Prices
Meat-Low
Li: ftaural ;4. ; -1' Saturday night after completionof Fresh

By LAWRENCE COOPER 1 one of htsjittle children? the third round of semi-final

IT'S DANGEROUS to go to We don';t, think we could makea action. .. ..... ""- -= .:
in of the in the event from the "'-
church some parts good member of CORE. We Leader
South. You may be bombed, fir definitely don't condone violence start has been John Prevatt's
ed upon or tear gassed and if sensational Sonda who prev-
but if slapped me
that dosen't get you out of the when, I turn you the other check iously captured the $45,000 Summer LIBCITYDRIVE
House of the Lord then water Open and could become the
had better be causeIf
gone
will you
hoses wash in action
pressure your richest greyhound now
aren't don't shake your
sins away. you and one of the richest of all
We don't give a hoot what head, buster! time with a win in the Classic. IN THEATREOX
those demonstrators did or did
can't The $25,000 winner's end of
not do in Louisiana we
see for life of us how men of The white hilltop shouters the $50,000 stake in the cham- L7959 '22nd Ave. and 69th St
the law could throw tear gas against integration pound t h esouthern pionship finals would give her
with
into that church. The first thingour parents scalps total earnings of about $05 000
the evils of mixing, saying: that NOW! PLAYING
of racing.The .
mind ponders on are the in little more a year
will
of Hitler's Gestapo burning "Niggers marry your
days
and murdering the Jewish daughters." Mayhaps there",is a little, 55-pound speedsterwho
speck of truth in this. Most raised
people. We Wonder if the Lordis was bred and in
with other races or groups would rather Hialeah, also has a shot at
too busy problemsto
these doers mingle and marry within their Honey line's all-time record of
punish wrong on
his ? circle despite integration. But a 10 wins in a single Flagler sea-I
holy temples
white youth turn the tables on son, while Oscar Evers' jurdJe
HOW ABOUT that state these marryin' Sams when he star, Hi Spence, Is aiming fora
trooper who reared his.- steed married one of "our daughtersl"If new win-record in hurdle

back and let his horse's fore white parents go along events. Old mark Is 15 by Mr.
legs come crashing down in a with this preachment it leadsus Magic in 1955-50.
little girl' chest? Do you think to believe that they have no While Sonda is a cinch to be
the good Lord is busy settling confidence in their daughtersor the "people's choice" in the
things in Viet Nam to have punished feel that they have loose $80,000, other strong contenders -
this'act of violence against morals.-Selah! in the semifinal action include -
Suel's Rose and Molly S ;
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Modern, owned by Ken Hutch .
ings of ALftlene, Kansas; Rolling
Rock Kennel's Roaring Drama;
Joe LaCrolx' Chrome Finish
l'T
and Rippin Tip from the Bill
Bashaway Kennel.

With the Flagler season due :
,
h r w,k to close Sept. IB, General Man
pl ager Marshall Parsons said it :;<
appears likely that the track
will exceed its own $21,000,000state i': pl SSent3i
record for mutuel handleat :
i
a greyhound plant during the af
summer session. The record
was set at Flagler during its llcklish
.
? 1901-02 winter meet. : :

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I The 51th St. Wig Salon is r// tfje hilarious! ctory of Q pretty widow? /[
now the New 51th St. Starlet / < a handsome bachelor an Atomic I Kiss
Wig Salon with new owner- I, and the craztesf astronauts
ship. It is now under the per-' :,:, who ever put the U.S.Navy" In! orbit' !
sonal supervision of Miss
Vivianne, chief wig consultant
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Pictured albove are Mr. and L rocolorlsterrin
Mrs. Irwin White of Service

First Burns,Insurance City of Agency Miami Recre-Ralph Central Life Insurance Co. of Florida

tion Dept. and Plummer Wil- \ "
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liams of Service'' First Ins. Jun "VOIM I I"ICII( NUI.V roMI'A.VV. \I SHIRLEY GIG RED CAaOLVNIvJONEShCUNG
ior league baseball team. Mr. t I
Waite presented 18 sweater to MODERN AND ATTRACTIVE POLICIES FROM I BUTTONS f JONES
his team which he has spon- $1,000.00 UP TO $50,000.00 I

sored for the past two years ata Whole Life Endowment Educational ...."". .RUTH BROOKS RJPPEN==:'8AA NMlulxtA
banquet given by him at the [ '
Hampton House. The team was Ab.lwpe 'o IwGEOKGE8IDN8J.w JOE PAS1ERN< _1
crowned City Champs by the Mortgage Redemption y) U
City of Miami Recreation Dept: Retirement Combination PLUS"TARAS -
HospitalAnd
The residents of Miami are
grateful to Mr. Waite for his Home BULBAR"YUL
.efforts in trying to combat juvenile
delinquency and promote ALSO BRYNNER TONY CURTIS

the upgrowth of our yoth. Family Group Plan I

Father, Mother and all Children Under 21 Years of NEXT ATTRACTION

Join The NAACP!IIJ Age Insured Under One Policy

1.1 : Ii..ill. fIT.i 1 New-Borns Automatically Insured After 15 Days I Ii. 1N MAYER PRESENTS A KING NtlKB PJLu1

She baa 30 REPRESENTATIVES AND BRANCH OFFICES

years experience STATEWIDE IN FLORIDA AND ALABAMA ,

Be life.a success Hate In a Call for representative in your city for additional

happy the home position, get information \ f I

J.OII.want,- get
out of the rut 1 I' I I' 1'I
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God. Let my EQUAL OPPORTUNITY t. r r I
years of experience j q
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help yon It what you want. So let's see if you really mean it ,
In business! and I '
In work, In
lour, National Presto ludustries

Your psychic and friends. Wed.for and 30years. .. ....
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A fieetJAIIES na
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NAIA Auxiliary Honorees _I pi'wident, Atlanta, n" Bland' Angeles, "Loyalty Award" for In, the, rear, IN. Charles .),1 l
A highlight of the women's auxiliary ing, ]. to r., :Mrs lisier\ M. Slier-: host/ Chniles Drew medical nuvHlar. Smith III, director-special market -PLUS-
activities at the iccent l'aI"' St. Louis"' Mo., "Dynamic
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convention in Los Angeles' was Walker, Cincinnati, "Outstanding Hr., Low" Angeles, "AuxHIai-y Increase Cola Co., Columbus! (:a. awauldonors. rice
the presentation of awards to Service Avuml," Mis. 11. T. Award"; and lIl'H.Im'y: '. The firm actively partklpates ( )
six outstanding individual The! Wood, LtGrangc, G.I., "Distin J<:. :Mclirlln,. Dettoit, "Out-
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presentation was made by Mrs.) guished Service A\vaid"; Mrs.Jlckl'I'lSOIl standing Service<< nnd Program I in snvernl phases or
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A Safety Preview for the The half day Safety Preview r and execution of }projects can With Sir John Dancers
women's clubs of Dade County ((0:30: a.m. 1:30: pm.) has been i bc accomplished many
has been scheduled to launch a set for Monday, Sept. 10 In the;!11 women's group? i In) Dade Conn- A dm. Fri. and Sun. $1.25
:uunty wide coordinated safety Evergla-Jes; Hoom of the Everglades -,I ty," she added.
jiogram under the auspices of hotel.ObJc'fMvc I I We hope through this division Saturday $1.75

,he Dade County Citizens Safety I to bo able to maintain continuity .. .... .
of the Hair day program ... ...:- .".
Jouncil Claire Welntraub vice In effective accident
an
I Is to Inform the women prevention -
president in charge of the Coun.cil's of Dade County that a central program that will eventually Sundays, adult matinee
Women's Division has an- involve all Dade County
clearing house for the distri-
\lounced. bution of valid safety programshas women, Safety Council Piesl- Tuesdays, Amateur Nite

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Women's Division of the
Cooperative DCCSC, Mis. Weintraub said. Members of tho Women's All FREE admission

iMvMon planning) committee .. .. ... ..
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Condominimum ] Specifically the Preview will include: Mis.:: Claire Weintraub; - : 1
be used to turn over to the Judge Mattie Hello] Davis, clulr COMING NEXT WEEK
Proposed For This women of Dade, County Information man traffic safety division: Mis. v
Area that tells them exactly Cailos }<'el' andez, c'huil'lmmj SEPT. I3. 14. 15YVONNE
what to do to prevent accidentsIn j division: ; Mrs. Vaixllu V
the areas of traffic, homo, i'' Vandenbeig and Mrs. George
What it it? An exciting new water, school and occupational i otacey, chairman water division -
AA type of apartment living.. Own Mrs. Clifton chairman
safety. ; .C. C.
our own apartment. You do I school division; Mis. Milton -
not give the landlord profit. Cooperation with pu'illc' officials -
Slrkin, chairman industry'
lar Mrs.owner Willie of Mae Ceasor's Ceasor University popu- Are you paying $12, $13, $14 In the ,building of sound division; and Mrs. S. K. Stan P
nd week rent? By owning accident prevention programs .
a
of Cosmetology will be one up 1 leigh, representative:! to the Safety
cut of these officials in l'Sb
your own apartment you and support Council's Public Information
of the many demonstrators at nls in half. Pay. only $0, $0.60, promoting safety programs I is I o Committee. /
the William! J..O'Prii Beauty $7 a week. going to be a major responsibility 1'W
Show at the Sir John Hotel on Then at Income tax time you of the Women's Division,
MonJiy' Tuesday and Wednesday can deduct the Interest on your Mrs. Weintraub stated
Sept. 9, 10 and 11. ax return Want to Sell it?
You The division will act as t h e
Clinics will be held Mondayand This apartment is yours. vehicle through which volun- _
else and Advertise iU) '
rent it to someone
Tuesday: ftom 10 a.m. to 5 can teer coordination of the planning .
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Legionnaires Flock Here For 45th' ConventionAmerica's Rft SS=SW=SK3 tiky Tampa Negroes


foremost exponentsof situation when he addresses the Again this year, the Conven- z fP. Learn SalesmanshipTAMPA

international preparedness National Commander's dinner, tion's colorful special events cal BrowardCounty
60,000 strong began flockingto honoring Powers, Tuesday evenIng endar Is loaded with crowd- Merchants, work-
Miami Beach this week for Sept. 10. pealsers. The National Conven- ing quietly and deliberately,
the 45th annual American Le- tion Parade, always a sensation, News are taking steps toward bridging -
gion National Convention. The delegation, representing steps off at 0 p.m., Monday the Negro training gap. Two
For six days (Sept. 6-12)) the 3,000,000 members In depart- Sept 0 at Washington Ave. and lyFalter weeks ago, an historic job train-
former "Doughboys and "GI's" ment throughout the world, are Convention Hall' Drive on Miami Howe ing program began in the sec-
matured by fast-moving also scheduled to hear from: Beach Nearly 200 units, including ond floor Blue Room of First
events of the missile age will bands, drum and bugle Federal Savings and Loan As-
see and hear about the nation's Gen. Earle G. Wheeler, chiefof corps, floats, color guards, drill sociation's new, modern buildIng -
state of readiness of all peace- staff, U. S. Army; veteran teams, will make up the five- in downtown Tampa. Each
labor leader George Meany, present hour, precision-keyed ;,;
time military spectacles, the proces- Tuesday and Thursday night,
giant American Legion Parade, of the AFL-CIO who; Francis will sion.Finals The Star Light Lodge No. 32 Tampa Negroes gather thereto
and, before they pack for home Cardinal, Spellman, of the Junior Drum 512 will meet Friday, Sept 6 at learn "Basic Retail Salesman-
-ecelve the Legion's Distinguished -
spend an estimated $7-10 mil Service Medal for 1063 Sen. and bugle Corps contest will be 8 p.m. at Masonic Temple on ship." Their teachers all of
lion. Thomas J. Dodd of Connecticut; held at 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. Pembroke Road. All members them white, most of them executives -
7 at Miami Stadium, with seats' please be are members of the
It'll be the greatest Influx of chairman of the Senate Subcommittee priced at $1.50. The "Parade of I present. Merchants Association of Greater
military-minded men since last on juvenile delinquency Champions" the senior com Tampa.
November's Cuban crisis. Ironically vho will speak on "Dangerous petition follows on Sundayat The Star Light Commandry
Legion brass has already Jrugs and Delinquency. the same hour and place. Reserved No. 38, Knight Templar Lodge
served notice it intends to bring Both the Legion and Its Aux- seats are $3.00 with will meet Sept. 7 at 3 p.m. at The Freeway Handicap
the CuUan situation into sharp llary will be In session at the grandstand seating at $2.50 and Masonic Temple on Pembroke League this week received some
focus.In ;ame time. Main Legion busi general admission 150. Road. good news from the CloverLeaf
a sense the convention will ness sessions are schedule for Other convention highlights Bowling Lanes on State Road
pick up where It left off duringthe llanii Beach Convention Hall. include: The Chamber of Commerce of 7 or 441 Just one half mile
lOGO reunion on Miami Auxiliary headquarters have National Commander James Carver Ranches will meet Monday north of the Turnpike Inter-
Beach The Legion, noting the jeen set up at the Doral Beach E. Powers press conference.. Sept. 8 at the Chamber of change of just off lG7th St. The
communist threat only 90 miles Hotel and many of Its meetings Friday, Sept. G; Patriotic and Commerce Building. Freeway Handicap League has
away, then went on record call- I will be held there. Memorial Service In the Eden jeen invited to the Clover Leaf
ing for military action by the Roc Hotel Pompeii Room Sun- The Freeway Handicap Lanes and all its facilities. This.s
United States to topple the Castro Defense Department participation day, Sept. 8; Chaplain's break League closed Its summer season the most fabulous bowling
regime if economic mea- In the 1963 convention fast, Fontainbleau Hotel, Mon- at Pinland last Wednesday house in Dade County and has
sures failed to do the job. vlll be spectacular, Legion off!- day Sept. 0; Postconventioncruise night, Aug. 28. The Cloverleaf been integrated. The Freeway
vials say. The Navy will to Nassau. Sports Shop finished first League will start bowling on
Now with the Castro's threat launch" souvenir polaris mis- Wright Construction Co. finished Thursday night, Sept. 12. You
still very much alive, the dele- Iles from a 12-foot globe dur- i In second place and Howe's are invited to see your team
gates will waste little time in ng the convention parade and Barber Shop, third; Rocky's Pin bowl.
getting down to serious busi- also will display a 38-foot In- Dugie's Guest HouseThe Splitters, fourth; Hines No. 2
ness. Two full days before the :latable model of the missle- team, fifth and Hines No. 2
formal opening convention ses- imer submarine, USS Lafayette house of clean rooms sixth. The fall league is now Miss Martha
sion is gaveled to order at (9) largest: undersea craft ever forming. Walter A. Bowe, presi Craig of West
a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 10, the Le- JUflt. Open 24 hours NE 4-3851 dent; Theodore Blue Jr. secretary Hollywood and daughter of Mr.
gion's Foreign Relations and I and Mrs. Fred Craig left for college -
National Security committees Two of the Air Force's prime Seeing :s BelievingSee r this week. She is attending
allistlc and Intercepter missiles
will conduct "all important" Fla. A and M
an University.
George Cumberbatch
-the Minuteman and Bomarc us for son of
Forum on the Cuban. clean rooms Mr. and Mrs. James Cumber-
will be on exhibit in front of
New York Senator Kenneth Miami Beach Convention Hall. Jamaica Dugie, always batch, reported last week he
Keating, an outspoken critic of And the Army Is sending a friends a will be leaving Sept. 3 for Fla. Want to Sell it?
the way things are going in ,ti>-man Special Forces team A and M University. He I Is ma-
Castro land will deliver the from Fort Bragg, N.C., to dem- 2941 NW 47th St., Miami joring tion. in business administra Advertise itJ}
opening address at 10 a.m. Sun- onstrate the latest word in guerilla .
day, Sept. 8 at the Fontaine- and counter-guerilla war-
bleau hotel.National fare. 'These tough, versatile soldiers -
will stage a continuous
Commander JamesE. showing of their equipment and I-. JeiF1'EJr4I:1C
Powers said other speakers cchnlques on a one-acre site I _
will include ranking representatives adjacent to Convention Ball
of the U. S. Defense and They'll also scamper down the
State Departments and a lead side of the Fontainebleau and
ing member of the Cuban exile Money Plaza hotels, dangling NOW
movement. from a rope to spotlight their
Secretary of State Dean Rusk adeptness at mountain climbing )
may also touch on the Cuban nd rescue work. 'I

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BAHA'I ASSEMBLYThe ST. MARY'S W M.

Baha'l Asesembly of Rev. H. V Stuart, pastor I IH

Miami will present another In M I Dorothy Major reporter
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its series of religious discus- Throughout the day our ser- ',t"':

sions 8 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 8 at vices were very Inspiring. Holy ,f
the Baha'i Center 137 NW 11th! Communion was served mornIng "
and night. :
Ave. The subject will be, "The Sunday, which Is the second '
"
Powers of Man. The public is Sunday our youth choir will
cordially invited to attend furnish music during the morn
Phone Secretary, FR 1-5420 for ing service and choir number
fourther information. 1 will furnish music at night.
Stewardess Board will celebrateits

Gamble Memorial Church new rally Sunday, Sept. 8 at
4 The public Is invited.
(OK C.OI IN C1IIUST) Ways and Means Committee
Elder J. C. Jackson
pastor will meet at 5 p.m.
Nathaniel Thomas, reporter

Look, look what's coming
Eastern Florida's Women's 4th MMX DAY AT KIJKNK/KIl
State Convention of the Men's Day will be observed at
Churches of God In Christ Sep- Ebenezer Methodist Church,
tember 10-15 at the Church of Sunday, Sept. 8. The men are
God in Christ, 1717 NW 3rd Ave looking forward to this occasion -
ST. JAMES A. M. E. MT. TABOR Host pastor Elder J. Cohen; B with great anticipation.
You are invited to attend service Hinton, chairman; G. Gamble, The theme for the day is: "Our
1845 NW 65th Street Rev. PS. Brown, minister of the Church of God nnd president; Ed. Johnson, state Mission Today,"
Rev. J. B. Blacknell
pastor Mss Dessle Crockett l/ishop.
reporter Saints Christ
An air of excitement reignsat Just tell Jesus: Tell him all. I (the Seventh Day every Sabbath.Saturday) All persons are to report as James W.executive Whitehead, Urban
St. James as the men pre- Spelndld We are now holding serviceat follows: District Missionaries League secretarywill
services
pare for their annual Men's Dayon dered were ren- 2211 NW 49th St. Service begins $10; State Workers, $10; Mission- be the morning speaker.The .
the third Sunday in September. by choir No. 1 along with {9) a.m. every Sabbath day. aries $5,00.Gam.bIo evening speaker will be
Dinner sales, snack, parties a very touching message from Our main interest is saving I Memorial Church of Attv. Donald Wheeler. Jones.
and what not are keeping cap- the pastor. souls. Now if you are really in. God In Christ would like to take The public is invited to participate
tains busy in an effort to raisea The public is Invited to wor- terested in your soul, we strict. this time to express our thanksto in this observance. Music
goal set by Chairman Dr. Na ship at Mt. Taltor each Sunday ly believe in all the Command the many friends who came will be furnished by the church
thaniel Colson and CochairmanLee to witness our inspirational ments of God which is the out and helped celebrate the male chorus.
Wright. Captains are con- services. caricature and principle of Jesus Elder Willie Gamble Memorial Won't you come and enjoy
tacting those members on their Choirs No. 1 and 2 and the Christ which is the foundation Fund. the day with us?

"list" and favorable reports are male chorus will have Joint rehearsal of all righteousness. And Jesus!'!
being made. at the home of R. Sneed said in St. Mark chapter 1:15.: TRANSFIGURATIONFr FRIENDSHIP M. B.
Thursday and Friday nlghls of The time is fulfill so let us all
Men's Day this year will Uj each week at {9) p.m. believe the gospel. And now Ellsha S. Clarke Jr., vicar Rev .!. E. Jenkins pastor
a grand religious occasion. Rev. that's what we are trying to get Ruby Leo Carr, reporter
H. C. McDowell of the Churchof Usher board No. 2 is sponsoring do The church has begun Its fall l
to believe.
the Open Door has consented a raffle and sale at the everyone ; schedule of services and meet- Service was very spirited on
to be the speaker. With such home of Sister S. Butler, Sat- Jesus says in St. John 7:38: Ings. They are as follows: last Sunday with our pastor delivering
personality as Rev. urday night, Sept. 21 at 8 p.m. to Ifclieve on him as the scrip- Sundays' : Matins! I) a.m.; Solemn the message. Ills sub-
McDowell one may expect a The Calendar Rally sponsored ture has said. Sung Mass :and Sermon, ((1lC: ject was "A Convinced Person."
powerful message. In the after- by the BTU is in progress. Each He also says in Eph. 5:6: to a.m.; Church School 10:30: ann. The message was delivered with
noon a panel discussion will be member is asked to contact the let no man deceive you wIth Wednesdays: Low Mass, 7 a.m. power and after the morning
the anticlimax to this great captain of his birth month vain words; and some of the at the vicarage; Thursdays: St.CeclUa's service he left for the National
Teenagers, captain, for Decem- vain words'; arc as follows: Choir p.m.; convention convening in Cleveland -
InstructIon
day.The ber are having an after service First one is that wine or grape Confirmation for and Sis Erma Jean Lewis,
women of the church program. Juice is to memorial or repre- children, r.} i p.m.; for adults, 8 a member of our church who
have boldly come out to help Visit the sick and shut-in at sent Jc.,us blood. For that is p.m. at the vicarage. graduated this year left for
the "poor" men whom they home and at the hospitals. wrong, for the Bible says that Saturdays: St. Vincent's Acolyte business college in Washington.Out .
have beaten in rehearsal:: I 5 p.m. with her and
consistently water! Is thc spiritual drink; andit prayers are
these lively rivalries. also says water representsGod Events: Sunday Sept. 8 the our pastor on their trip. Our
This Friday night at 8 o'clock TEMPLE BAPTIST In the earth\ first John 5:8.: Episcopal Churchwomen will own Rev Stanley Johnson delivered -
the chairmen are calling all have Its corporate communionat the evening sermon Ills
committees and captain to meetat Rev. L. A, Thompson, pastor The next vain word Is:, to the 9:15: :) Mass All women are subject was "lie came to his
the church. Presently our pastor Is in the believe Sunday Is!' the sabbathor urged to bo present. own and his own received him
city of Cleveland, Ohio, attend- it will please God to use as The St. Veronica's Chapterwill not," which was enjoyed by all.
Among our sick we are hap- ing the National Baptist Con- the Sabbath Day is wrong havo its monthly meeting We are still praying for our
py to' know that Mrs. Prince vention. The entire church fam- I Come out to the Church of Friday, Sept ((1 J at the homo of sick. Visitors aro always welcome
Hepburn is on the mend. Also. ily is praying for his safe re- I God and Saints of Christ service Mrs. Maude Moncur 15910 NW to our services
that Bro. Wallace has left the I turn. During his absence, the and learn the Bible which is 21st Ave., 8 p.m. All members
hospital. Check the list of sick Rev. Ferguson will be in charge the Holy Ghost, and how to get are urged to be present Mrs.
persons and visit them. It's the of the various services. The the Holy Ghost like God said Jane Lewis, chairman. St. Peter' A. C. Church

best tonic for them when mem 2nd Sunday services will be observed to get it. j Sunday Sept/: H ma! ISvfnlletnntrhe "''''''''''''''o1
bers go and cheer, them up.. with the number 2 choir Now remember the place and Most Rev. Joveih{ Nevil-
BAPTIST
furnishing the music. Remem- time of service, 2211 NW 49th ST. LUKE oyd will be the celebrant at

ber, you are always Invited to St., Saturday !9 a.m. Hev. P. W. Williams, pastor High Mass and will /also deliver
GRACE PRESBY worship with us here at Airs. Uunesba Green reporter his first address in the city of
I Temple. Evangelist Z. v". Dean: overseer Miami. The public It cordially
The sermon topic this Sun- :; 3050 NW 40th St., phone The Deaconess and the Young Invited to attend and make this
day morning will be "Trans- September 13, this is! the date NE 52085. Bishop[ H. z. Plum- Matrons of the St. Luke Baptist a memorable day for the newly
formed by Grace: Simon of the BTU hopes to make a Red mer, executive head of the Church are concluding their consecrated bishop
," from the Gospel of St. Letter Day for the membersand churches all over tho world contest on Sunday night, Sept. The Rov Fr. Donald Anthonyof
Mark 15:21.: friends of Temple. Usingold 8. The contest will como to a St. Peter's American Catholic -
There will be a special after- fashioned hay from Grand- I lose after the night service. Church was appointed Sunday -
noon service at 4:30: p.m. this pa's Haywagon, the BTU will MT. CALVARY BAPTIST You are cordially invited. Sept. 1 to the office and
Sunday and our guest preached, sponsor a night filled with The Women's Day committee I title of Very Rev Canon Administrator -
will be the Rev. W. A. Curry clean wholesome fun at the Rev. S. Atchinson, pastor meetings are every Tuesday of tho Cathedraland
pastor of the Allen Chapel AME home of Mr. and Mrs. Bain in I Constance Carter, reporter night after prayer service. All rector of the Church of the
Church. We are very happy to West Hollywood L.- The tickets Last Sunday both services: members arc asked to be pres- Sacred Heart of Jesus, and will
have our guest congregation ,to are on sale for only 100. were wonderful. As usual our ent. Tho plans are now being be Installed at Vespers Sundayat
thing us this special service of pastor delivered both sermons. made for the events that will 7:30: p.m. His Eminence, The
worship. There will be 7:30: service It is traditional that the sec- Ills sermons were very Inspi he announced later. lost Rev H. Francis ,Wllkle
this Sunday.As ond Sunday in November be rational.: It can also be said that On Saturday, Sept 7 and Sunday will officiate. The public Is also
we approach the autumn set aside at Woman's Day and 'the choir's musical selections Sept 8 dinners will he on Invited to witness the installation -
to these ends with the of sale at the church's dining
let help went hand In hand with the
season, us return to our regular ,
habit of attending church. the Master, Nov. 10 has been pastor's sermons. We can truly room. The address is 1700( NW
set aside. for our seventh: annual f 'say that the spirit of Christ I 55th St. The dinners are being ST. A. M. E.
observance nere at was with us. sold in behalf of the Women'sDay PAUL Jr.
Rev T. C. Kelley pastor
NEW PROVIDENCERev. Temple. The organizational "The World's Greatest! Tour," Committee The time: Beginning Mrs. Lea Cray reporterWe
pattern for this day is as follows which was sponsored bV the No. at 12 noon on Saturdayand had glorious time all day
C. J. Burney, pastor : Mrs. Lillle Marshall Williams 4 usher board was a huge suc- after service Sunday Mrn. with a in
Sis. Claudia Wilson, reporterWe chairman; Miss Helene cess. The members of the No. A. B. Sullivan, chairman of the charge.Sunday Ills text our was pastor Jesus

had a grand time throughout Smith and Mrs. Lula Gray Cole- 4 ushers board wish to thank committee.Let Cares. Ho preached out of his
Sunday. Our pastor has brook, cochairmen: Mrs. Lischa Bro. Tate'a boss, Mr. Carroll, us pray and visit our sick heart. Visiting with us was our
gone to the National Baptist Rose, secretary; Mrs. Augusta for giving them a donation Bishop, W. F, Ball Sr. for the
Convention ,.Jet us", for himas Newbold, treasury; Mrs. M.
pray morning service. lie us
well sick members Hall activities and social Next Sunday the Junior Choir NEW HOPE BAPTIST gave
las our
; food) for thought.For .
and Junior Usher Board will
chairman Mrs. M. Hepburn,
that all will. soon be together souvenir ;book; Elsie Douglass, render their services all day Rev. W. E. Sims, pastorA. the evening service we
again. relations Mrs. V. Stra- with the exception of the male L. Stephens, reporter had as our speaker, Presiding
public ;
In mind the festival
Keep, chan music; Mrs. Blanche Hart, chorus in the evening.We The Lord Is my Shepherd;; 1 Elder W. F. Ball Jr. His text
which will be the
sponsored by Greater Than
would like to a shall not want.-Psalms 23. was "Somebody
Mrs. B. pray
hospitality Bryant I
No. 2 choir :Sept. .29, ,at the ; 1lIo preached a warm heart
Newboldand for Our own Ilcv. Davis delivered
Boosters and Mrs. A. special prayer our pastor,
Dade auditorium. Tickets
Cpunty ed, soul stirring sermon which
Delores Harte, program. that he will have a safe trip the morning and evening
adults, ,$2.00, I to and from the National Con- messages.' One of the themes hespoke everyone enjoyed from their
Call the. ,Chlldren./$1,00'1 Watch for the names of the vention. Remember to pray not from way "The 23rd hearts.
NE 43152or, ., with the Our revival begins on Sept. 9
captains next week. only for him but also for those brought powerof
with the Rev. Ira D. Hlnson of
- who are sick and everyone the Holy Spirit.
wherever they may be. The Nos. 1 and 2 choirs singIng Bethel AME Church of Tallahassee -
MT.CARMELBAPTIST( ZION HOPE BAPTIST Jointly, rendered soul stiring in charge. We are asking
Mrs.Christine Cohen, reporter song service with Mra. Ida everyone to come out and en-
Rev.. D. A.jBradJey pastor 5129 NW 17th Avenue .
> NEW BETHEL BAPTIST Mae urowuer, the pianist serving Joy our revival
For this do in remembranceof Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor for morning worship and The M. J. Fayson Club wishesto
me .- Luke 2419.: Miss Stella Mowers, reporterOn 1571 NW 68th Terrace Mrs. Pauline Davis evening express its thanks: for every
Our .delegates ,are off to the last Sunday service were Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor worship. Tho services ran very one making their tea a successon
National Baptist Convention, enjoyed by all. Our pastor delivered Deacon Fred William, reporter high throughout the day and Aug. 18, Mrs. Mary Brenham
and weare.asking that we pray two Inspiring and needful Last Sunday morning and prayer service was one long to president.Don't 1
for this,.meeting and for their messages. The song services evening the services were most Be remembered in the hearts of forget to visit the sick
safe return. were delivered by both senior inspiring and educational to all every one. Prayers were offor- and shut-in.
choirs. I who attended. Our ,pastor really d for our pastor who i iK attend t
The ,.No., 3 .usher board will preached out of the depths of ing the National Baptist Con-
have their anniversary on the Usher Board No. 2 Is havinga
his heart. vention. We pray Gou'a richest Fisher urges each member to
third *Sunday afternoon. Won'tyou ,memorial program on Friday: The No. 1 choir will render blessings upon him and a safe attend their services and auxiliary .
come.and..enJoy ,thUprogratn night, Sept. 0.On I the music for this Sunday. return. meetings.The .

with, -themJr Prayer.,meet Sunday, afternoon the Willing -i please don't forget to visit Plans are now being made for doors of welcome are always '
h1g;each:'and"'every Tpesdayat, Workers will be meeting the sick and the shut-Ins. our Calendar Rally. All members open to you. Come let us
8'p.m."B'{ : )ble Class ;Tjies4ays.at Always remember and asked con worship together We
the.home .of,SIs.JBettye Har.I you are to please are con-
7>m.,Remefiaber,.;{ihp- *W dttaODS. ands i I ris.at\, ,,We0; are, praying for o u r you we lc met o worshipwith tact the captain of their month. tinuing in prayer for our sick
ueat
utanillnXotu4ydalyme. 1, s.lck} and'''IIJHp'J: : all Our chairman, Deacon L. J. and shut Ins.




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CARDS ... MEMORIALS RANGE . Attack Domonstrators .


._A 1""""' ._ __........_ __ LEE MITCHELL COLLINS, PLAQUEMINE, La. On
of 3001 NW 212th St., died Aug As the march ended in frontof
ust 20. Mr. Collins had been a two successive nights Aug-
! IN MEMORIAL CARD OF THANKS resident of Miami for more than ust 31 and Sept. 1, mounted Plymouth Rock Baptist
37 He is survived by two Church, which also served as
oi f years. police armed with electric
In sad but loving memory The family of the late
our dear wife and daughter, CATRENA SIMPSONwish step sons, Theodore Lanier and prod-rods charged into peaceful local CORE headquarters, police -
Tommy Neal and many other Negro demonstartors and hurl- charged into the crowd
to thank the many friends relatives. Final rites will be ed tear gas bombs. A number of hurling tear gas bombs. They
I II and neighbors wno were very held in Soperton, Ga. where he persons, including children, pursued the demonstratorsacross
kind during their recent be- was shipped Saturday. were hospitalized and at least lawns and into Negro
I reavement. Thanks for the two were Injured seriously.The homes, breaking down doors.
cards, telegrams, flowers and DEDDIE CHAPMAN of 5419 The church, In which many of
sympathy shown. Special thanks NW 19th St., Hollywood, died first attack occurred as the marchers were resting be.
<(0 Rev. D. A. Bradley and mem- Friday, Aug. 30 at the Holly- some 150 persons marched toward came filled with tear gas forc-
bers of Mt. Carmel Baptist wood Memorial Hospital.Mr. the home of Sheriff C' A, ing a number of them to climb
Church. The Willing Workersof Chapman lived in that area Griffin Jr., to. urge that he in- out of windows.
Mt. Zion Baptist Church, the for ten years. He is survived by iorse formation of a biracial
Deaconess of St. John Baptist his wife Alice, two sons, Ernest committee. About two blocks James Farmer, national CORE
Church, the House of Albert I and Fred, a daughter, Mrs. away, Police Chief Dennis director who was at the church
IIi K' Funeral Home and thanks to Lucille Tabron; three grand Songy blocked the way and ordered expressed outrage "that horses
I' everyone for everything.Mrs. children. Services Saturday at the marchers to disperse. were allowed to trample kick
Mildred Moss, daughterAnd the Church of C h r 1 s t on When they refused, he ordered and hospitalize children.."
I Family NW 67th St. and 12th Parkwayat the troopers to charge and they
galloped headlong into the Following the attack, six Ne-
3 p.m. with Rev. Thompson
jrowd. roes were arrested. The prev-
officiating ious day G9 persons were arrested -
IN MEMORIAMIn The second onslaught occur- some of them for sit-
loving of dear MRS. MARY ANN HARVEYof red following a march by over ting-In at the Colonial House
memory my 318 Elm St., Macon, Ga., died 1,000 persons in which participants Cafe, others for standing In
I r after a short illness. She was carried such placards as front of the City Cafe.
visiting relatives in Miami "Christians Deplore Police Brutality I
t.., when she became ill. She is survived Ebenezer Baptist
% : by a daughter and other Church" and "Police Brutality is Mrs. Rowena Pinder, Key
, MRS. IRENE POITIER relatives. Final rites will beheld Cruel." West distributor for the Miami
who departed this We: September In Macon where she. was Times for over 20 years has
8, 1936. .tupped Tuesday. been grounded. Broken vein: in
, Gone, but not fo gr'ten. her foot may neccesitate sur-
May she rest In peace. JOHX! HARVEY of 2430 NW jery.
Milton Poiuer. hutd '* 15718s StL, Road died Sept 3 as
Mrs. Marie Cur7.ath jS 31 result of injuries sustained in ti tiA
am auto accident. He lived here v Times ads don't cost
IN MEMORIAMIn *JJDC'* 15X39. lie Is survived by a
k" yFi'y SHOD Jenorri a daughter and
qr
memory of the late : .son-in-law. and Mrs. Walter V ,f;p They pay!
.. Cunningham, a grand child, five %
sisters and three brothers. Ser- : i1 Ii I !....

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2 MN ? k Church of Opa-locka: at 11 BE RID OF
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a.m. with Rev. Macon officiating.

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aM? DIANA PINDER a
a5lq .
3 .x > :Jlasped In Jesus arms and Esther Mae Slappy of 931W
Mary's= 4th Ave. died August 31. By FridayOR
When death gently came at last, The remains were shipped to
'hy pure spirit sweetly signing Ft. Valley, Ga. for final rites. LACKLAND, AFB, Texas MONEY BACK FROMKURASOL
.'rom its earthly dwelling JUG is urvlved by her husband, Airman Earl Smoak, son of
passed, Frank Sr., a son; Frank Jr., and Mrs. Willie M. Smoak of 3944
Dear Saint Joseph by that passing six brothers. Grand Ave., Miami, is being reassigned -
i to Davis-Monthan
:May our death be like to thine Infant Roy Turner of 919 NW AFB, Ariz for training and
end with Jesus, Mary. Joseph, 14th Ave., died August 31. Graveside duty as an air policeman. Only1" Kurasol Can Make
May our souls for ever service was held Tuesday
shine. He is survived by his mother, Airman Smoak recently'com- This GuaranteeBe
The Family Daisy. pleted United States Air Force
William PInder Sr., husband basic military training here. Rid of
x;
Robert Cunningham of 435

3 Homestead Ave., Terrine died The airman is a 19G3 graduate Itchy scalp dandruff and
RAPIIALETTA EVANS CARD OF THANKSThe Sept. 3. He is survived by his of George Washington Car- ,

who departed this life September I wife, Louise. Arrangements are ver High School. falling hair fast withKURASOL
5, 1954.Parting family of the late I ncomplete.ilbert .
is so hard to bear CARRIE LEVARITY
But he knows best wish to express their gratitudeto
Mrs. Muriel Evans, mother the many friends and nelgh- CARD OF THANKSThe On sale at Drug Store and
And Family ors for their various acts of . .
kIndness and concern during family of the late Beauty ShopsST. .

their; recent bereavement. ROBERT STRACHAN, pioneer MRS. GERTRUDE WILSON
IN MEMORIAMIn Thanks for the cards, flowers citizen of 18421-A Home-
sad but loving memory of and telegrams. Special thanks stead Ave., Perrine, died Aug. wish to thank the neighborsand MARKKINDERGARTEN
MR. JOSEPH SEYMOURwho (o' Rev. N. 1.'. Clark and various 31. Services will be conducted friends for their extended
departed this life September pastors, the St. Matthews Bap- Saturday at 2 p.m. at Hurst sympathy and special thanks to
8, 1961. and the House of Chapel AME Church, Rev. E. J. the Chapman Board of Greater
Alert. with burialIn Bethel AME Church Mrs. F. L. Johnson, supervisorIs
Gone, but not forgotten. Sheppard pastor, and the
May he rest In peace and I Joseph Levarlty and family Paradise.. Survivors are his Women's Auxiliary of the now open for year-round
light perpetual shine upon him. widow, verlllnai two brothers, American Legion for all their service. Give your child the
Mrs. Agnes Seymour wife three including Mrs. kindness shown. Thanks again best.
And Family CARD OF THANKSThe Francene Mobley, several 1455 N.W. 43rd St.
nephews and a cousin, Mrs. Mrs. Annie Mae Harvey Phone 633-3012

of the late Florence Clark. _
family I I
IN MEMORIAM MRS. SADIE 11. CARTER II I I I
MRS. ISABELLE CRUZ, 152 'TICKLISH AFFAIR" AT .
In loving of dear wish to express their sincere LIB-CITY DRVE-1N NOW
beloved aunt memory and friend our thanks to the many friends and NW 10th St., died August 29. 1- _
,
neighbors for the cards, flowers, Remains were flown to San
: !1 c"' ;-r1 telegrams and condolences Juan, Puerto Rico for final rites.

; ",,'..... \ during the hour of their be-
.t.- reavement. DONALD E. BENSON, 5
.' Special thanks to the neigh- month old son of Mrs. Gloria
': bors of Rutland St. Also special Benson, 767 NW 67th St., died
thanks to Rev. Sims and Mr. Sept. 1. Graveside services at
AlUert and his staff of Houseof Evergreen held Thursday.The .

Albert.Lucinda Swint, mother remains of Mrs. Pearl : kr-t

Robert II. Jones, son Brlstow, 2300 Rutland St.,
And Family mother of Mrs. Ida R. Lightsey
and Mrs. Sallle Wallace, were
sent to Atmore, Ala. Friday for
CARD OF THANKSThe services and burial. She is also
survived. by four sisters and
family of the late three' brothers.
DORA, ALBURY
who departed this life August N
7 wish to take this method to Francis . .
express sincere thanks to the
many friends and neighborswho Lee Williams of 1473 NW 5th
were so kind to us In our place died Aug. 31. Services
hour of sorrow. Special thanksto will be held Saturday Sept. 7 L
Mrs. Flo Bell, Mrs. Bowleg 3 p.m. at Friendship l.Missionary
Francis: Funeral Home andmay Baptist Church with Rev. Stanley
MRS. ALBERTA TYLER I the good Lord bless each; of Johnson officiating. Remains
who died September 4, 1962. you. : will .Ue,in repose in the chapel
When the day of toil is done Arthur Albury, husband 3 p.m. Friday. Survivors' Include A good ttml. being had by.Rod Button
J' ,1 When the race of life is run Hubert and Cliff Albury, hih wife, Myrtle, three .nd'Grorn( .... '" this night slab, Gig Yomit*.,
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Father grant thy wearied one Eugene Ward and brothers, John Cook, Eli and I 21clcrw. air" au.enae err.. eye' .
Rest for evermore George Black, sons Frank; two sisters: Mrs. Lottie ...... hate hing ..... ltf.ero Cold q _a_Iac ie l'Jou. .._.
She leaves to mourn: three grand and three Mae Mitchell and Mrs. Ceebelle yoang widow who -W rather &e __.....yip
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weekly at the VA Office, 084 W,.

FlaRler St., Miami, for informa-
CORNER
tion of Veterans In this area;'

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DEADLINE NEAR I A. If you are Interested In
getting a new project home, see
Veterans with "RS" Insurance
'
e a the people at the model homes
FOR < policies Korean veterans, where they arc being sold. If
RENT
FOR SALE -"'.- mostly, will have to convert or you want to buy an older home
By DR. JAY GUTIERREZ exchange their present 5 year pick out the."one you like andthem
FURNISHED ot unfurnished .WHAT YOU have been looking level premium term policies by contact various mortgage
apt in :Opa-locfca' area. l.bed.rUDui for, A pica little home, block, Migraine or bllllous sick head September 13 if they want to companies and! banks to
Unfurnished.' \ $15 week 2. fenced, near school, bus, 1822 aches is a common disease and collect a dividend( that' is waiting *, see If you can, find one who will
hedroom unfurnished. $18, i- NW 45 St the cause of much sufferingand for them. The "RS" type lend you the. money to purchase .
bedroom furnished ',$21 2-bed disability There is hardly policies were issued to veterans ,your home. After you
moms furnished $25. Call Mlc- any other disorder] except per- discharged between April 25, havo located) a lender"he will
king .Rental Agency NE ..4.0500''x DUPLEX 6701 NW 13 Ave., haps sea sickness that can makea 1051 and Dec. 31, 1950. They help you with most of your
$1,500, down $83 month. Open person so utterly miserable not paper work from then to
Indf were eligible for conversionto Rod
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Sunday p.m. Mr. Sidney without killing them. a permanent plan until a closing of the loan..
o
Werth, JE i-0388 or UN G-C931. law
new effective January 1,
1 t.b htt0tjM" furnished According to some authorities
apt. All) 1059 was passed. Y'ull'partlcu. .
downtown equal numbers of men and A TTENTIOy.
utilities area $18 ef. wo- .
,
Jars
5-BEDROOM
mansions, 21 1 lot s may be obtained from a
fl tet1cYt. !$13. Mlckins Hen men are affected, but the Home Owners
Contact
biggest in Representative
call area, $19,000, 1253 nt the
tfll women have much
AR@t1CY. N Indf so more
NW 43 Miami VA Office
St. WI 6-0880. trouble with the disorder than St 081! W Flagler IFVM CAN'T SELL. YOUR

men that they constitute the HOME ,
ONE i1iedrbom apt. Unfurnlsh FULLY FURNISHED 3-bed bulk of the practice of the doc- UIUU NT EVENTS WEIMj. TRADE YOUR:
ed. City water. 3370 NW 51st room CBS, FHA terms. Price is tors. ; HOME I ;.
Terr. Contact only $8,500, $400 down and $68 It occurred
to
Mr. Gilbert, 337 us while reading -
CAN'T THANE YOUR
IF WE
,
NW 51st St. NE 4-4321. month. Life Realty, 4032 NW The headache is often throl/- about the Butts Sat. Eve.
7th Ave. PL 9-4371, Open even- bing as if the blood were poundIng Post trial on the pages HOME
Ings and Sundays. and surging through the recently what ifthe nick- WE WILL. BUY YOUR HOME
FURNISHED APT. with yard. blood vessels and sometimes names of Coaches Paul Bryant
Call OX 1-2420. NO CLOSING COSTS. Lovely I the amount of blood in the skin and Wally Dutts had [ken: Call Herman

CBS, 2-bedrooms, tile roof, gar on the affected side of the head switched. News Realty, Inc.
NICELY will he increased so that the
FURNISHED ROOM. age, appliances, large fenced
Hot and cold water. Quiet 2491 yard and enclosed front porch. face will ,be flushed and warmto QUIZ CORNER PL. 4-OASS')
NW 59th St. Phone NE 4-22G4} Only $350 down, $68 month Life the touch.In Q. I have my loan guaranty
or JE 83464.FURNISHED. Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave., PL attack the certlflcae of eligibility! what I
3-4371. Open Sundays and evenings "storm"a that severe has arisen eitherin GI l Is my loan next? step in obtaining a Advertise It Pays II !

ROOM. 1123 NW : the glandlions and nerves
66th St. rear, 758-0916. I supplying the blood vessels of to.
$75 down, $75 monthly, NW the neck and brain or in the I
ROOM In private home 1545 section home, 2151 NW 46th St. brain itself soon spread
NW 68 St. OX .M690. Screened front porch, living the big norves that run I NEW $495 DOWN SACRIFICENO
room, kitchen, storm shutters, the neck and down into
2- DttOOM DUPLEX APT. 2 bedrooms. All large clean, abdomen. There the along// CLOSING COSTS EZ QUALIFYING
Stove and refrigerator furnished. rood condition. Fenced yard causes a reversal' of the
1762 NW 50th St. Call FR Call UN 0-7229. Mrs. Wilson OX running over the bowel a 1620 NW 153rd Street
9-7415. 1-G1GG. with this comes nausea
_- I vomiting 3-bedrooms, Florida room, oak floors, built-in kitchen

FURNISHED DUPLEX APT. FROM OWNER, 3.bedroom, 2 You mutt see this custom home your opportunityof
2-bedroorrt large cool porch. porches, carporte, hardwood I Experience has proved that
lifetime.
2-5 ,
'loors the best to correct migraine a Open Sunday p.m.
$25 week. 1725 NW 48 St. owner new roof, fireplace only way
Rivers, PL 9-4205. $10,300, $100 down, no closing headache is a deal directly 'with t)
':osts. See 1815 NW 47 St. WI the: ganglions and nerves. ThisIs WYNNE HOMES UN 5-3120

FURNISHED APT. No children :5-9880. best done through chiropractic. .
NE -9089. Many sufferers of migraines I
NO QUALIFYING CBS duplex have found that Chiropractic

APARTMENT, bedroom, part- on nice location In Manor provided the only method that
Park. Both are fully can correct these symptoms.
ly furnished apartments
or furnished. Adultsor
will take a small baby. Near furnished. Price, down payment Resolve to regain and retain Finest Selections in Miami
7 Ave. Call MU 1-0325. and terms are very reasonable.Life good! health now. ..
Realty, 4932 NW 7th Ave.
ROOM In quiet home, men only, PL 9-4371. Open evenings and Fairyland'Kindergarten Lovely homes OpenNew
1012 NW 75th St. PL 8-4925. Sundays. Low Down Payments

EZ TERMS LESS THAN RENT '
ROOM In private home for a FHA TERMS Nice 2-bed. j

nice man, 1473 NW 70 St. OX "oom CBS in Manor Park. Front Fairyland Kindergarten, for. 1870 NW 44th Street i
1-0425. north, carporte, large fenced merly located at New Hope
yard, furnished. Freshly palntd Baptist Church is now located For people who want the very best. Sunshine homes
? inside and out. $300 down at 3015 NW 08th St. Register
FURNISHED:: aim unfurnished: md $n3 month pays all Life your child now. Call Mrs. Ruth presents their finest model home. Beautiful 3-bedroom -

houses. $10 and $12 week. Realty, 4932 NW 7th Ave., PL Scott, instructor. Florida room, hard wood floor., tile roof and

Children play area, 617 NW 8 !0-4371. Open evenings and Sun built-in oven and range. 'f,
St. FR 1-4620. S28 FOR RENT OR LEABE f'
days.
For long or short terms, 10 -_ ..-
NICE HOUSE lovely fenced CBS DOLL HOUSE. Move right rooms with 20x40 hallway In
yard small family only. $20 he center. Suitable for lawyers
1470 NW 46th Street
In, no red tape, no waiting.
week will sell like rent to right or doctors with A drive In door.
party. NE 5-5566. Hardwood floors, porch, carport NEW 4 BEDROOM, 2 bath In Florida
Lovely 2-bedroom room, hardwood floors
big lot. $500 down, no closing Small down
$18. 3-BEDROOM unfurnished costs. $83 month pavs all. 1527 nnvment West Hollywood., bank financing Call and many extras. $300 down, $76 month, $9,400 total
NW 42 St. WI 5-9880.
house, stove and, refrigerator, Owner NE 4- 500. Indf .
free gay"" and) water, Inquire
2398 NW 61 St. Be a landlord too, it's good TRASH IIAULINO
business to live in one house Also van for moving. Free" 4231 NW 11th PlaceNo

CORNER 2-bedroom house, end rent the other to help meet stlmate.: For Information ca11049.HI3.
martgage payment and qualifying on this lovely 3-bedroom, hardwood
;hot and cold water, kitchen furnished your IncH f
large utility room 1401 7lve you a little income in your floors, screened front porch and carport on lovely

C-2392.::NW 58 Terr. $22.50. Call OX "ild'1 St.age.and Two two houses houses at; 671 at NW 737 MOVING AND HAULING corner lot. $500 down, $10,000 total price.

NW 41 St. $500 down each I FOR ALL your moving nnd
-ROOMS. 1"x"61 ,erms. A. Ben-Kori! Realtor, 711NW haulln call this number, -
Hot and cold water. r,2 St. Nites PL 9-5533: days 757-8053.
Use of kitchen. 2943 NW 51 St. NO QUALIFYING SPECIALSLow
L 4-3431.
..... f#' KINDERGARTEN down payments, low monthly payments
. Manor Park area, see' 1370W Juanlta's Kindergarten will "
FOR SALE 41 St., $200 down, dollhouse open Sept. 3. Pick up and delivery 1060 NW 53rd Street
Fla, room carporte, nice hot lunch. For Information -
"2 FURNISHED HOUSES, $9,000 big yard, $9000 total. $77 month call OX 1-2350. S3 2950 NW 65th Street >

total: $500 ''down, $00 month. nays all. A. rPLR9-5533, -----
Open', Sunday afternoon, 1153 714 NW 62 St. Ni CIIIIJ CARE 817 NW 73rd Street ; : 3 :
NW 47 St.. Ph. 8881253. lays PL 4-3131. Day care nursery 0 monthup
OX 1-5537 or OX 1-5011. I jI
DRINK VENDING machine, Six 1-BEDROOM Apts. All 1 ,1 c,,:..:.).

72: bottle capacity, $25, PL modern, lot 50x130. One duplex INFANTS CARE DUPLEXES LIVE RENT FREE j .
S-4925. 2-bedroom, lot 50x130. Just off Will take care two or three I ,.. ,,'I
NW 7 Ave. MU 10325. Infants, for Information call
i FR 3-7075 3711-13 NW 14th Ave.

FHA term. Very lovely 2-bed- 2 LOTS 75x140. 17th St. 'at This CBS has 2 bedrooms 1 bath. each side.:
:room CBS on best street In 108th Ave., NW. Priced for FREE ROOM and l hoard for reliable beauty ,
'Manor Park. See at 725 NW 49 quick sale. Call 758-9007. woman in exchange for FHA, low down payments
'St. and come around corner to working mother. NE 4-5744, 2531:
NW 7 A ve., PU 9-4371. Open REAL NICE new duplex. Two NW 55 St. 3710.12 NW 14th Ave.
i evenings and Sunday.QUALIFYING bedrooms, located on 12th
Ave.large Bank finance. Call NE WANTED _2.bedrooms, 1 bath each side, FHA terms, low down'payment.

NO Beautiful .- 500. Indf BEAUTY OPERATOR. Povd! [ ,
CBS like new. Modern built-in Beauty Salon, 1230 NW 3rd Ave. '

kitchen, garage flat tile roof, 2-BEDROOM HOME Hard- FR 4-9704. ':
awning windows, wall to wall wood floor for Information. Call News Realty Inc.
closets huge .landscaped lot. 688-0839 Willing to sell to fine HELP WANTED
House Is full of beautiful furniture family. PART OR FULL TIME Job. (The Broker that works for you) ,i
and modern appliances. A Female 21 or pver. Must have
bargain at $12,500. Paymentsare I 3-BEDROOM CBS, 1 bath home. drivers license" and capal/le of 4600 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 4-0655
only $73 month. Life Realty, Four years old, 6725 NW 23 tvnintr, apply In per-()n. (Open Sunday)
..932..W..1th:, Ave. PL 9-4371. I Ct. Sold by owner OX J-7590. O'Berrv'H Driving School, R26S
..Open".Sundays. I Call after 4 p.m. f NW 15 Ave.



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Girls Fashion Show at Roosevelt S&L Sunday THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.

I PAGE 14 SATURDAY' SEPTEMBER 7, 1963

More than 100 Individual how best to show their Indivi- dia Roberson, 16, Mary Ann

Items ranging from wearing apparel dual entries. Themes, 13, Sharon Woods, 13,, .. ;;; SO Bunche Park Girl
Althea White, 14. Vavalin Alice
to fashions for the home Grand prize of a $25 savings Woods, 13, Marilyn Gaitor, 14, Tour Silver SpringsIn
of 35 Phil Ossofer
-all from nimble fingers Says
account at Roosevelt Florida s Willie Mae Johnson, 14; teacher . .
girls between the ages of 5 and. first state-chartered ]100% inte- Brenda L. Mlekens, 15, of 1526 In keeping with the cardinal
18 will be featured In a FashIon grated savings and loan Insti- NW 5th Ave., and contestantsJoan principles of education "Worthy
and Home Sewing Show on tution, plus many other valu- Use of Leisure Time" 50 gin a
Maria Miller
Andrea
16, Marchon
Sunday afternoon Sept. 8, at 3 Well, the Civil Rights Bunche Park
In the
able prizes will go to Indivi- Mlekens, 16, Brenda Ann Camp. live
Washington was accomplish
o'clock sharp at Roosevelt Sav- dual children for best design, area of Opa-locka toured Silver
bell, 14, Bethsheba Dean, 15': and forcefully. It
ings and Loan Association 6015 best fit, most original design, teacher Sandra Harmon, 14, of ed peacefully dramatized the de Springs, Aug. 28-31. Truly pic-
NW 7th Ave The public is invited successfully
best of 5 teen-age teachers who turesque visions of the ride on
1636 NW 5th court and contes- and
mands for civil rights,
to attend, free. instructorsThe the bottom boat, the visitto
served as contest glass
tants Prlscllla Bostics, 14, Ge- while many insist that the made Institute
The show is an exciting climax Action Committee for nora Barmon, 15, Terrlclta up minds of our legislators will Ross Allen's Reptile ,
to more than 2 months' of Youth Fitness headed by Ed Strong, 14, Pothenia Johnson, not be affected, I believe an effect Cruise the Deer the Prince Ranch,of the Peace Jungle Me-
,
conscientious sewing on the 12; teacher Delores Dunkel, 16,
Hurley, manager of Ed's Super will show up in future leg- Gun
Six Territory
I morial and
of than 3 d of 1420 NW 5th Ave. and
more zen con-
part o
II, market, set up the Sewing Contest islation. will long dance in their lovely
youngsters participating in a late last spring. Togetherwith testants Kathy Williams, 13, culminated
Youth Sewing Contest sponsored other Committee mem- Sandra Smith, 13, Betty Smith, These men are politicianswho heads. This tour of educationaltours a
by the Action Committee for bers Police Sgt. Leroy Smith, 16 Mary White, 17, Lula Mae think in terms of votes. long-range series
Youth Fitness In affiliation trucker-gardener Jake Manuel, Dunkley, 16, June Wish, 13, and They saw some 200,000 votes the girls have participated dur--
with the Dade County Children's and Hertfert Williams of the Miami Julian Ann Thompson, 13. "dangling," so to speak, before In here in Dade County
Committee. their They know, too, that ing the year.
Herald, Hurley was able to eyes. The primary purpose of these
Several prizes In a variety of provide all materials and sew- Royal Twenty whose there were sentiments many more with voters civil tours was to enhance the edu-
ing machines free the child- go
to
categories will be awarded to cational, social and cultural
rights, but who could not attend -
\ winning entrants by a bi-raclal ren. Fabrics used by the children Women's ,ClubMrs. for various reasons. E7ven horizon of these girls and to
were donated by Judith of whole-
board of Judges consisting of the Southern legislators realize provide desirable and
Miami, Miami Casuals, David
activities for
individuals prominent in Miami's recreational
some
the potentiality of the Negro
Vera Clark entertainedthe
and Dash Bunny's Casuals, ends the followIng
ready-to-wear them. To these ,
industry MIami vote. If it were not so, subver-
Women's
Flair of Biscayne Fab- Royal Twenty
dur
F as well as In Dade educational attractions were visited
sive methods of keeping them
ric and Originals. Equip Club on Sunday, Aug. 25 at the Museum
Wax ,
circles. Professional models ing the :
especially would not be need year
home of Mr and Mrs. from voting
will instruct the children In ment purchased for Ambry Everglades National Park, Holiday -
the project was serviced free Davis in Coconut Grove. ed.The on Ice, Circus, Falrchlld'4jGarden
by Florida Sewing Machine Co. The meeting was devoted to Gallup Poll which Indicated Monkey Jungle, Fruit
the discussion Im- that 3 out of 4 were
of ways to {
Spice of National
Museum
Park
Five volunteer teenagers who plement the completion of cur- against the civil rights march, and and Science,
learned to sew at Booker T. found GO- cent of all people History
rent and long-range club projects per Children's
Washington High School serv- J contacted aWare of this event. Merry-Go Round,
ed as teachers for contestantswho This the boating at Greynolds Park, Hay
+ j\ The after meeting social hour, proved to me successof Theatre, Lowe's Art Gallecy: ,
worked in groups of from true to the tradition of the the march even l/efore It rides and Grand
on Grandpa
I N 5 to 11 youngsters. Teachersand Royal Twenties, was made started, for Its purpose was to ma's Haywagon and Beach parties
v, their entrants are: memorable by the n truly gaie- alert all America to its message at Baker's HaUltfver/ } Beach.

,1'J 0 Betty Baker 14, 423 NW 15th ty that prevailed.Mrs. ; Many business concern's, individuals
SERVICE St. and Vassie Denard warmly and have open
contestants Andrea I regret the need for the groups
Coleman 13. thanked the hostess and the I their hearts and contributed toward -
William Pinder Sr. Dorothy Byrd 13 march. It was caused by un-
Delancy Pope, 13, Rosalind Davises for a wonderful even- 'justice, such as practiced by this project in order to
Professional Piano Tuner Baker, 0, Jackie Pope, 0, Ros- ing.Mrs.. people like the 3 out of 4 who make It a success, therefore we
etta Baker, 11, Barbara Dames Ermatine Holton, presi- objected to It. This event was would like to acknowledge the
And Repairer 13, Beverly McDowell, 13, Hazel! dent. ; Mrs. nthel Peavy, reporter. the natural outgrowth of a festering following: Mr. Qino of Finland,
1935 N.W. 153rd St. Graham, 9, Tommy Granvllle, 5, condition. Here we see Bowling Lanes, Tommy Thompson
Georgia Ann Lynch, 5; teacher how God fulfills His will thru of Florida Power and Light'Co.
Opa-locka Joan Roundtree 15, of 1621 NW those who reject His laws. The ., Mr. and Mrs. Ben EskoW'
Phone MU 8-3770 I 5th Ave., and contestants ClauMra. Knights of PythiasOrange more counter-action and pres- of Miami Beach Food Fair, Inc.,
sure from segregationists, the Legislator Richard "Dick" Fin-
Blossom Lodge No. 16, sooner Integration will come, cher, Winn-Dixie Food Stores,
I Wlllio C. Moore, chancellor for their actions bring out into Lenox Liquors and Park Bar
Ii i meets Saturday, Sept. 7; Roe the open their prejudices, thereby for cash contributions. Last
II of Sharnn Lode No. 22, Sir arousing their victims to and no means least, the parentsof
I Henry Smith, C. C. meets Sat- seek Justice. the children.
urday, Sept. 7; Sheba Tent No, Miss! Helene E. Smith, Mrs.
I 3, Princess Sarah D. Belle, I I. We cannot serve God, as some Cleo( Lowe Braxton and Miss
Grand\ E'mpress, meets Sept. 8; try to do, by attending chUrch Delorese Harte are the sponsorsof
Margaret Court No. 33, Mrs on Sunday, calling Upon Hint: this group and plan their
: Susie M, Hendley, W. C. meets to condone their acts, while oppressing various activities. During the
Sept. I 3); Artis Park Court No. their fellowmen. His ensuing year Miss Gloria Juan-
1 59, Mrs. Cornelia C. Glenn, W. answer to them Is recorded in Ita Humes, will replace Mis 1 *
C., meets Sept. 11; Lily of the Luke G.4G: "And why call ye me, Harte, who will be on a year's
Valley Court No. 58, Mrs. Sarah Lord, Lord, and do not the sabbatical pursuing higher educational
D. Belle, W. C., meets Sept. 12. things which I say?" endeavors in the West.
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Women Prove
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1963 PAGE 15

Able to find, behind the charming gone as directors of a Miami financial
Savings and Loan DirectorsMore facade, a wealth of business institution both ladles
acumen and an innate aptitudefor replied in similar vein.
than ..... the complexities of finance- Says Mrs. Chapman. "It's
women before : similar
are attril/utes. these "
Among And demanding -
i.ii, qualities more often associatedwith been exciting. very
making headlines these days. are their undisputed good looks prosperous looking white- but I've loved every
News stories carrying datelines and personal charm. Also simi- haired gentlemen seated behind minute of It."
from every corner of tne world lar is the outstanding Individual , j";,, desks and seriousmindedyoung And from Mrs. Fange: "Work-
tell with increasing: regularityof business ability each has shown men poring over ledgers. Ing with other board membershas
one of another member of over the years prior to Joining ?! : 'ii Despite the fact that neither been a real pleasure. findIt
the fair sex who once again Roosevelt. Lastly, both are native i woman fits the usual descrip- a challenge to work Inside on
sets & new record in science, in Floridians \ tion of a banker, their fellow integrated croup such as ours-
aviation, itt in Politics, board members confirm to the and the satisfaction of knowingwe
id the World spurts ss, At first glance Athalie Hange, I "Xd' man that they are unusuallyable can work well together -
neat,, trim and youthful, belies In the demanding Job of and can make Roosevelt a success -
Of late the! ladles have!! eveh the fact that she has four children :',. running a savings and loan In. gives me tremendous
invaded art mea long regarded -- three sons and one I stitution. personal satisfaction."
ds man's last stronghold-bank- daughter ranging in ages from ...... Roosevelt, which opened last And what do the male mem-
jug arid financial institutions. 12 to 25. Born in Key West, she July 4, is the first completely bers of the board have to say
Over the past decade, women was brought to Miami as a Integrated savings and loan association about the fair six contingent?
Have taken their place as direCtors child. Here she attended public to be Boiled down to a collective one
of sbme of the nation's schools and was. eventually any Southern state. Its boar, sentence response, It goes something
most prosperous banks. graduated from Booker T. Wash headed by former state repre- like this: "It's great! Both
Ington High School. Soon thereafter sentative John 11. Orr Jr., Is; women are stimulating have
Here in Miami a doubly significant she married Oscar W composed of six whites and contributed many helpful ideas
sign of woman's progress Range, owner of the successful five Negroes, and boasts a completely in every way equal to and
lies in the appointment of Range Funeral Home. integrated staff of tol sometimes better than our most
not one but two ladies to the lers, office help, etc. astute business men. And best:
board of directors of the recent For many years Mrs. Range .... ... .. ... Queried recently as to how of all, they're much prettier
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established Roosevelt Savingsand _; :::J; ',' .I.n. i t'ro"Y': other members. !
ly devoted her self exclusively to their first few months have than all the
Loan Association Thev are home and family leaving all MRS.; )).\XA P. CHAPMAN; --- -
business to her capable hus-
:"'>/1.r'I : band. His sudden death in 1953 Beach businessman whose interest AND SALESPL
,.'I.''. 1 proved not only a severe blowto lay in real estate. Together TV SERVICE
her as wife and mother, but the couple formed the 1.8381
also marked a significant turn- Dor-Cha, Inc., real estate firm,
1 L' Ing point in her life. I which was successful from the We do not give free estimates-Honest estimates
s= start and in which both are still require work. Our prices are lower than others doing
Lacking, practical the business widow experience I active today. comparable good work. We repair, sell and rent

I knew only that young she had four Mother of two girls, ages 3 TV's radio, hi-fi's. Our work guaranteed. Free de.
and 7, Dana Dorsey Chapman Is
children to With
young support. young pretty and vivacious, of. livery.
and determination
remarkable
4 courage fering no clue to first glance to, JOSEPH SCOTT
she her bereave-
ment aside, and put bought a ticket being anything other than hap I AUTllOUIKUl) J'\CTln'1'IU..t.lIt & HALER
where she py, busy young housewife and PL 1.8381
to Boston promptly mother. is a constant sourceof 923 NW 62nd Street
enrolled at the New England surprise to all who meet her I
Institute of Anatomy and Embalming -
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: to learn the fundamentals -
of her husUand's business.One T .- -
year later she had earned I
her precious degree and returned
II
N a to Miami\ where she took
over the reins of the Range/ I
Funeral Home. It has prospered GMMIEISE PROPORTIONED \
under her direction from that

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Mrs. M. Athalie Range and Mrs. and tranquil. A native of Miami FRONT HOOK WAIST CINCHER
Dana Dorsey Chapman. Their Mrs Chapman comes from a I
distinction lies not only In the family prominent In Dade Coun
fact that womenbutthat ty business and civic circles.
they are
they are Negroes as well. Young Dana attended Dade pub FOR AVERAGE AND FULLERI FIGURES!
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA.

SOCIAL SECURITY **,
PAGE 16 SATURDAY: SEPTEMBER 7, 1963
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Increased education, especially "The people on relief today
among' Negroes Is the key to with all their dependents ate Many people In Dade County '
solving the nation's critical unemployment those who dropped.out of school over G5 lose some social security lt .
problem, was the yesterday and the people on checks every year. These are i %t :
relief tomorrow will be thoSQ
verdict of labor and manage-
ment officials during the third who ,are dropping out today. people who think that as longas ,..b I t,'
%
and over
( Observance they work earn i 'A 't r;
annual Labor Day Catholic Dio- The "new hope for solving $1,200 a year they cannot draw + '-.:
sponsored by the unemployment is education. any social security checks.
cese of Miami 'at the Americana ,.
Billiard said, especially adult ,
1$
Hotel in Bal .Harbour last education and education of Actually Edward P. Blonston Y > tt
Thursday night, youths who show a tendency to district manager here for socialsecurity [ (
school. pointed out today,
quit
Negro representatives from many of the people could col- g4w
the longshoremen, laborers, He' said educated Negroes can lect part of their social securityeven
carpenters, hotel workers and find a ready place In medicine. though they are still work- t1 3
musicians unions wen* present. Negro girls can Uecome nurses, Ing. Mr. Blonston said a person fv w ;;1< a, ;
a
the afternoon'session hospital technicians and even ;
'During : who earns more than $1,200
Dr. E. A. .' Ward, Mrs. Athalie airline stewardesses or clerksin loses pnly $1.00 in social security ,
Range and Judge Henderson ap- department stores as is already payments for every $2 he j1eN
peared on a panel discussion on the case in Chicago. earns from $1,200 to $1,700. For
"The Negro in the Labor Mar\ Arnold S. Zanders, presidentof every $1.00 he earns over $1,700he
('t ket." the 220,000 member American gives up $1.00 In benefit pay.
ll ,j "The first order of businessfor Federation of State, County and ments.

America is a massive attackon Municipal EmPloyesl rd reportedthat of the For example: Suppose you
illiteracy everywhere, declared million-plus teenagers who are put In for social security and
Haymond M. Hllllard of memployed are Negroes.He start to draw $100 a month.
director of the Cook ar es
continue
Chicago, You plan to workingand
County Department of Public said that of the nation's expect to earn $2,000 a year. 3
Aid. total labor force of 75,500,000 You could still collect $G50 from t *? r4 .'
Dnly 11.1 per cent are non- social security for the year. (
whites, yet the over-all unemployment -* *
among non-whites is Also,'"Mr. Blonston emphasized ,,
Att"endAir
Miamians more than double that of white pedplo can Collect social security \ AS
Force Schools .vorkers. check for any month :
Zander said that "f r years".he they do not earn over $100, no ,,

LACKLAND AFB. Tex. U, S. Civil Service discrimi- I i matter what their total workers earnings ,4 _... .- .v4"h.....1,1i1rF,""' AS-1"'I"""" ''' _VV..,. _w,._m_.. ._
Miami men have been lated in federal are. Self-employed -
Three against Negroes -
I can draw' social security for Inter- of the city as far ''away as Fort
selected to attend technical jobs. But, he added a campaign I J; Dallas Robinson,
training courses following com- by Chairman John Macyf any month they are not active nationally known hairstylist I Myers and Sarasota.
pletion of their United States the U. S. Civil Service Commission in their business. and beauty consultant will rep- Mr. Robinson will introduce
Air Force basic military train- has reversed that situation Mr. Blonston urged people resent Sabrosol Laboratoriesat the new Improved*Lustre Press
ing here. over 05 who are still workingto the William J. O'Brien Beauty I and effective methods In using
'
The men the courses they visit the Social Security offIce Show at the Sir John Hotel In Kurasol to relieve bothersome
will attend and duty stationsare "The one big obstacle to all at. 231: NE Tl'th' St. for fur- Miami next week; scalp and hair problems. '
fforts to broaden Job I
: oppor- ther information.
Airman Jimmie L. Birts Jr., tunities for Negroes is a shortage Mr. Robinson( will demon- The show will open Monday,
son of Mrs. Mary: flirts of 10771 of applicants: with needed ___--I-IIts' ___ strate Velvet Touch Both Kurasol Sept. 9 at 10 a.m. continue thru
SW 149th Terr to attend air- ;skills training and education," and Lustre Press. pro- Tuesday at the same hour and
craft maintenance specialistcourse said Zanders. : ; .. ,........... ducts have won high acclaim close Wednesday night with a"
at Amarillo AFB, Tex. throughout the nation. hair 1 style show and contest
Airman Warren Mathews son both He union said the and blame' lies with 19-9 F TY-3 The show Is for beauticians dance and awards starting at
Mrs Mathewsof management only. Many will come from out the Knight Beat.
Henry
of Mr. and p pm at.t
10300 SW 174th Terr.; to at- but that corrective steps- are be- .......... in Florida _. .
tend communications operations , .ng taken. ,... M --.. ,

specialist course at Kees- ... ,NEW! NEW!
1 ic-w ATTTl' Miss:! .

Airman of Mrs.Bennie Llllie R.M. McCallson McCal .bedrb m, 2 lath, Florida room

of 1234 NW 62nd Lane, to attend JET TV CLINICHOME
aircraft propeller repairman LOW DowN PAYMENT

course at Sheppard AFB.
Tex. SERVICE CALLS $1.00 1772 N.W. 47th T rt.

grnwwwYTh: : Day or NightWe No qualifying! ,Open 1.5 Sunday'
WE APOLOGIZEWe '

didn't expect such crowds Service All Makes of TRIO REALTY PL .9-8372 .

All available saleshelp today HI-FI's and STEREOS 801 N.W. 54th STREET 885-1867
FIRST SALE IN 30 YEARS ..
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Forced to Close ;:19:t 1 We Also Rent ..

;-- .FURNITURE:WAREHOUSE> 3-4 \:', I
: TV by the week Month
or
tOt oO '
Savings %
up FORD REAL ESTATE SPECIALS!
5 FULL FLOORS OF ,
a, FURNITUR' 907 .2nd AVENUEPhone
))2nd and 4th Floors) See our :\Urge' selection of homes' and income proper
200 SECTIONALS gorgeous sofas
and convertibles 75 different FR 4-2044 ties today! > ,

styles -, Early ,American, ... .' .
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Danish Modern, French, Italian '" .
and Victorian, 1ppralsed'at.$695.' :;: -. '
Freight claim price $165 if per. lis34'NW 44th St. $3S0'dlown' $85 month

feet living,:$265 room(full) appraised floor of unusual up to FAIR i Ii OPPORTUNITY] : Home plus income. Move right in

beautiful
but
styles($1295){ $85., Cheaper 2-1286 NW 59th St. $100 down '

(On Floors lst-2nd-3rd) FpR CBS home for a email family $60 month...
600 DANISH Modern Early '\q
American bedrooms, "300 'match. Home Ownership for All .3-See these Your choice $195 down. ,;
ing dining rooms, appraised to
$795. Freight claim price $185, 5729' NW 31st' Avenue $75 month "
If' perfect ', $295. Cheaper suites
$85 complete. Pay us a visit and Jet us show you .how: the first fully 2959 ''NW. 57th Street $75 month
(On Floors lst-2nd-5th) Integrated, state-chartered savings arid loan In the *
FRENCH, Italian Duncan Phyfe 3154 NW 57th Street $75 month;
dining rooms, 200 gorgeous South works for youl
matching''bedrooms, 25 different 1855 NW 43rd Street $20 week
styles and finishes. Appraised YOU OWE IT TO YOURSELF!
at '$1,000; freight claim $285 if - -- We leave many duplexes for sale. Live rent.. free!
,
I 'perfect, $385. Full floor of unusual "- .
styles, appraised valuesto 100% INTEGRATED Ask to see our other income properties
: $1,595 One floor of cheaper
but' gorgeous suites $125. t Down payments start at $350
'COVER i 400 odd, desks dressers, 1'. ROOSEVELTSAVINGS
chinas, breakfronts curio 'cabl- We also have houses for rent
nets, boudoir tables, powder
[tables, marble living room LOAN
pieces, 200 unusual dinettes, 300 .. & ASSOCIATION APARTMENTS FOR RENT
I beds, famous
Hollywood
[famous 6015 N. W. 7th Avenue Miami Tel.
7546651Op. '
new mattresses, odd chqlrs;} sofa 780 NW 55th Street
beds, studio couches, Danish
{(lounges chairs, sectionals, etc. Unfurnished. No children $12.50 week !
t, U-'furniture, will be sold to the .n Daily, Monday thru AND FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE I!
I general public. Cheaper to large from 10 AM. to 4 ThUrsyoy Friday from 10 A.M.to 8 P.M. >, ,
j users. Open 'til 6:30.: No cash Saturday from, 9 A.M. to 12 Noon We.'are open Saturday and Sunday ;
(needed, we deliver.
;: :fSALE MAIN WAREHOUSEONLY .

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III. Freight
*' IFLA.: DIVISION,OF'U.S..WHSE., i tY 569 N.W.. 54th Street PL7.2559;

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