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lives of six Dade Coun- turning to Ohio Wesleyan Uni- Ri I "
Harts were snUffed oUt Mon- versity. Her parents, Mr, and I 4 4r
day irt the flaming wreckage of, Mrs. Harvey H. Comfort and
a two-car head-on collision her 91 old
-ydar- ,grahdfathcf, J. I Ir
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Hear Yeehaw Junction Ort Highway H. Hahn, were all killed in the
27.burned, prash. The family lived at 1226 v
Alberca St., Coral Gables..
to l death In the flames I II
that enveloped the late model The Comfort car was travelIng -
Corvair were Catherine Jones, west on Route GO when the I
82, 1228 NW 65th St., Miami; Jones vehicle, coming from the
Lynne Johnson 2'?, of 2310 Rut. ppposite direction, crossed, the
land'rSt, Opa-locka ,and Mary center line, State Trooper J. J.
Collins 24, Of 2351 NW 74th. Maxwell said. 'The two 'cars
St., Miami; crashed head-on about 13 miles
Southeast pf Yeehaw Junction1.
The body of Mrs. Jones) was ,
thrown from the wreckage at After the collision, the Jonescar
the Impact and escaped burn burst into flames, burning 19
ing., The other two young wo- two of its occupants beyond -I- I
men were trapped in the flam- i recognition., They 'were' Identified '
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Ing twisted wreckage. Their by auto .registration, and

_ bodies will not be viewed before from relatives!. __ I ,i\\
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Laura Jane, who was asleep I MR$. CATHERINE O. JONES MAny COLLINS DANIELS LYNNE I). JOHNSONThe II
Three of the victims were in the back scat at the time of
members of a Coral Gables fam he tragedy, had a broken Jaw Comforts were returning friends reported.Her active in White Temple Meth-
ily.The hnd facial injuries. She was Laura Jane to school and plan- 70-year-old( father had odist Church. Another daughter
sole survivor Is Laura said to be in fair condition at' ned to visit relatives in Ohio been been retired several years. Mary. 10, Is a student at I
Jane Comfort, 21, who was re- Lake Wales Hospital. before their return to Florida, He and his wife, Eethel, 55, were Florida Southern College.MUTANTt .





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' Rebel Leader Wants To Bring! X12 Days To Register j





:* 10,000. Haitian Refugees- Here! :10,000 More; Voters '


Benoit Seeks Same sul to the Bahamas, was deported embarked.Mrs. Miami Negroes will undertake (!Sept. 10 to the 28. You can register ,', 7lw
from the I ,Bahamas after ., Benoit is to come from lone of the most, concentratedvoter .from 0 a.m. to Sjp.mJonMonday : ..,
Terms Given' :' he )made a militant speech Nassau in a few days registration I drives ,Jn It* Wednesday and Fri-' '\."
",:< '-,,' .against the regim! of Francois [history beginning Monday when ,;day. Books' will remain' open\ on\ a\1 1I
Duvaller Haitian dictator registration centers will openin I Tuesday and Thursday until O1t "
CubansDr. :, lo >m. to accommodate the workIng ..
12 convenient community
lie arrived Wednesday night ':IW r..: : l I'
rfa'
people who get off late.
,. cations.
from ., -
the Bahamas ,
and ,
was "
Clement Denoit Haitian I
Your only qualifications... to
rebel leader Is trying to nego- given special police protectionat : ; : ".; 1' Churches, clubs, schools} fraternal :register are ((1)) Citizen of the
the Miami airport because of and the
tiate with U. S. .I'A organizations
Immigration \' U. S. ((2)) Over 21 of d
reports from the Bahamas that ,,' $ | years age;
authorities this week In the street are all push-
to bring man '
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{. i: ((3)) resident of Florida one year; !I'
members of Duvaller's terrorist I r .
community
3,000 of his! followers and 7,000 .. Ing the non-partisan ((4)) resident of Dade County six, '
organization, the Ton Ton Ma.
other Haitian, exiles from the effort to add 10,000 new ,
Bahamas. coute, would attempt to kill him. 1 ... voters to Dacle's present months.
1'i': ..I If you arc in dought) of your
Dr. Benoit, a ''57-year-old attorney He was guarded at the air- w"" 32,098){) registered voters. voting status or need any fur-

and former Hajtlan con- port by Metro police and a These 12 locations will be officially ther information call OX 6-0231,
guard was placed at his down- y'Y sta/fcdtby Negro registration NE 4-4005, FR 4-0114 or

town hotel. i cJtfrksf0n<
While his 3,000 followers in r HERE'S WHERE,YOU REGISTER
.he Bahamas have been called .M '
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revolutionary they haveno 0i ( OIM-LOCKA: -;i Mt. Zion AMI\ ) Church, 22nd Av*.. and 152nd St. ,
army ,
guns or ammunition. Dr. LIHKHTV.CIT]('!=. llutchefton .Jlcalty, 8178 NW 17lh Ave.

Oenott said efforts to form a r wr % Liberty Square Community Center, 6304 NW 14th Ave. r. .
coalition against Duvlaler have *"JdnicHsfciHcott+ Cx>mm. s jAudltorlum, 7200 NW 22nd Ave.
failed because the various fac- IlHOWNtHVIl "i'Nrnl'. Grocery, 4R25: NW 27th Avc. ,II.
,tions pursue their' self interest DOWNTOWN MIAMI Centra) Lfln Inn. Co., 178 NW 14th St. ,A,
Voter Kfttlfltratlon Office. 1351 NW 12th Ht. X
He was met at the airportby COCONUT: (3IIOVK Grove Itaq.lo-Tv,3J0C) Grand Ave. I
several friends and well- RICHMOND 11TH. Richmond JltM. Drug, 1403A Lincoln Itlvd.rEIlIlINK .
wishers and was 1 Matthew Center, 17500 HW 103rd Ave.. (Mt. Mortal
three Metro intelligence squads I I I>K. II. C. MoDOWKLL Church)))
and uniformed 'police as he dIs-I GOULDB Mayn High Wcliool, 1170 Halnlln Drive
. !Men' Day Hpeakrr
I JlOMI:TEAL White Way Umber shop, 508 HW 4th Ht.
The stage is set and everyone

12-Year-Old has his cue for this Sunday'smost \
Boy
tl a'r { religious and fund raising "Buy 'elf 'SaysPresident' Motel Burglar, ,Shot," .-' ""\

occasion when the men of St.
Drowns in Rock it ,.James AMB Church present In Police Trap :

I their finest. Men's Day. Baptist Daniel J., Hall, 38,. of Coconut 1, f.,
The b6dy of Michael Grove, was shot by ofi-.. '1'''
Holme, :The/ men have banded together CLEVELAND A higher
-,, 12IOf,10324 SW 172nd;Terr.,''was in the most cooperative development of family life and cent as he attempted to ransack II
----1 found in a South- Dade rockplt fashion ever with the determination private ownership property a room in the Riviera s II,
First At Southern I Sunday. The boy was missing to make this the most was urged by- Dr. Joseph H. Court Motel, 6100 Riviera Drive ,
overnight and was apparently a successful day ever. With Dr. Jackson Sunday at a worship Coral Gables, Saturday morn- t 1''

Bell Telephone, victim ,of, drowning.. ,, Nathaniel Colston and Lee services climaxing the annual Ing.Police
Wright in the driver's seat they meeting of the National Baptist had been watching and t
Robbie McCray, 18-year-old His parents, Mr. and Mrs. have worked up their "steeds' Convention, USA, Inc. waiting for a, week to clear up ;
Ulysses Holmes, reported him in this a series of thefts 'In the area. As
to a driving frenzy great small
daughter of Mrs. Carrie McCrayof 1( nothing else, buy a
Hall entered room 5 at 5:05.:
missing when he failed to return effort to raise money to do interior "
1182 NW 41st St., has. been piece of land, the delegateswere
and exterior beautification startled by two .police, he retreated
hired clerk home, and'searched for told Dr. Jackson, who
at the
as a Miami/of their "friendly church." by to the, door but was;
flee of Southern Bell TelephoneCo. ,him until 2:30: a.m. to was elected as president of the shot In the left aide by Patrol-
Miss McCrayJa .the first (Negro -. "Men's Responsibilities in group. "Observe all laws and I man Harry Purcell. .
to hold Bucfra position.. His clothes were found at These Changing Times" has put your seed In the ground. Det. Sgt, Herman Pitts and
daylight stacked neatly at a been the theme selected for this There is no discrimination in Purcell had town living in the
The 1061 BTW graduate has "
rockpit near: SW 110 Ave. and day. Dr. H. C. McDowell, pastorof the soil. room for 4 week.Concerning ..
completed two years" of college 105th St., 'more than a mile the Church of the Open Door. He urged the 5,600 persons
work at Tuskegee. She
was
world traveler and erudite lec attending the service to
. "keep ,
salutatorian of her.high school from the playground. ***
I : turer will get the men startedon your appetites down beneath 'white
class a Delta debutante and a person
Silver Knight nominee while at. His.body was found by Metro and Sunday his morning take when he your pockets" addedlng' ,who are bound by racial prejudice
BTW. skin divers In 12-foot deep congregation' over. i "The other man has succeeded Dr. Jackson Hid: ,

water and. 10'' feet from .shore This Is, a special occasion In in cro-ting appetites In us The white man needs help. .
She plans to continue her college 8.5 itself," because It. will 11o..home- and we .t everything he has. Mr. Wallace needs help. Pray It
work at the University of at : ,a.m., Ot was presumed* -fir| Draw : .,? appetites In and for him. He thinks he's free,
Miami night classes. tht he died from drowning.. 1 ", :' (continued on page :11)) make. your economy strong." but he's a lave," I

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WITH SUMMER COMING: to and Catherine Jones who met
an end and the busy fall season untimelv deaths in an auto accIdent -
rapidly approaching, many of this week.BIRTHDAY .
oru college students have left
home to return to their various GREETINGS and
posts of study. Among those returning best wishes to: Veronica Rah-
were Vennda Rei Har- ming, T. S. Greer ST., Dloneva
ris and Carolyn Smith to Tennessee I !Monroe Harry McCartney, Harold
A and I; Norma Dwight, McCartney, Teresa Rlgby,
Helen Barbary, Martha Reese, Ebenezer Edwards, Eva Hep-
Michael Duncan and Roland burn. Denise M. Davis and Sylvia -
Benson to Florida A and M CrosWy.
University; Rose Stewart and
Jollivette to Howard
Regina
MISS BARBARA
BO'NKV
University; and joining Gwen- ,
Miami Times
dolyn Calloway at Talladega for secretary returnedto

M wwiw,.m..+MMMAFiii Ir," "C...+a..,.a ,!. :A, .u.,... ._!: ,, r..wr their freshman year are Shirley Lines the and city is via back Eastern at her Jet desk Air
Daniels Anita Mears Eugenia
w.+ rMMrMn ,
lilac+ hcar. Ervaleen Edwards, after a two weeks vacation. She
and attended the March on Wash-
Shirley Walker Abigail
Thompkins. Other Miamians ington, and was house guest of
Miss Ethel M. Smith, formerlyof
M VAr 4. M1rw. who enrolled as college fresh-
Miami who is
Mor- a secretary at
men were Phyllis Lane at
ris Brown; Lewis Bland, Althea Chesapeake-Potomac Telephone
McQueen, Prudence Donathanand Co. Her Labor Day weekend was

.. < Delores Craig, Howard University spent in Chicago with her brother
wM f.4p and David Dobbs, Jr., at Earl, who is a teacher at
Central State. John Marshall High School. She
also attended the National Baptist
Convention in Clevelandand
TIIKLMA HARRIS carried was guest of Mrs. Juanita
ber sister and mother-in-law, G. McCauley formerly of Atlanta -
Hewitt and Betty Ferrell to and owner of McCauley's
share her happiness when she Music Studio. Other visiting
accompanied her only daughter, delegates were James Jones of
Brenda Freeman, to Daytona Atlanta. Mrs. Greta Clara Bryant -
where Brenda will enroll as a a nurse of Philadelphia and
freshman at Bethune-Cookman Revs. W. R. Drummer and R.
College Foreman of San Francisco.


< ,--- -- -- .__n.n___n_n.n_ _._'.m.____._.___. .._,.fd.,_ (lilt SINCERE: Sympathyto
: Alfred and Arthur Symonett Please send all articles for this
Top photo shows 14 of the 19G3-G1 school year. and 35 persons employed In the on the death of their mother column to: Chatter That Mattel..
18 holders of the earned doc- Front row, reading from left maintenance and auxiliary enterprise I Miriam. The bereaved family of care of The Miami Times 6740
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torate degree posing with Dr. to right: Dr. Richard V. Moore, areas. Lynn Johnson, Mary Collins I I' NW 15th Ave. Miami.
Richard V. Moore and Dr. W. A. president; Dr. Joseph R. Tay- I
McMillan on the Library stepsof lor, professor in social science -
Bethune-Cookman College as and director of the sum-
preparation begins for the mer session; Dr. Florence L. I
Small Roane, chairman, divi-
sion of education and professor -

Gordon Aids Central in education; Dr. Evelyn
Sharp, associate professor in
education and director of interns -

American, Housing ; Dr. Pedro A. Oliver pro-
fessor of physics and mathe-
Jack D. Gordon, president of matics; Dr. Zoila Avalos, assoc
Washington Federal Savingsand late professor of biology; Dr.
Loan Association of Miami Hortensia Balllna, associate
Beach and a housing finance professor of chemistry; Dr. W.
consultant to the U. S. State De A. McMillan, dean.
partment's Agency for Inter-
Second reading from left
national row
Development will
attend
to right: Doctors Byung II. Nam,
a conference in Hondurasthis
associate in educa-
professor
week to initiate
help
a
tion Michael Albery professorof
home loan the ;
department for
economics Arthur Charles-
;
three-yearold Central American
worth professor and area sup-
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Bank for
Economic Integration. ervisor in religion and philoso-

Representatives of AID and phy; Thurman W. Stanback, \t
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Latin American banking and chairman division of humanities -
government groups from five and professor of English:
nations will continue to plan Alba Mas, associate professor of / C _
initial steps to improve hous- Spanish and History; Ramos _
Mas associate ofmathematics
ing, implementing President professor
and Marshall K.
Kennedy's Declaration of.San -
Jose last March for,economic as Powers, professor in social
sistance in the Alliance for Pro- science.

gress. The sessions will be held Dr. Richard V Moore is in 1
in Tegucigalpa on Monday and the center announces that
Tuesday, Sept. 0 and 10. orientation week ran from Sep
Gordon has made numerous tember 7-13; registration for
trips to Latin America and also : freshmen and new students,
to Africa on similar official Sept. 12-13; general registration -
missions. The President of Costa Sept. 16-17 and classes will
Dlca last year presented Gordon Itegin on Sept 18.
with a deed to a home in recognition -
of his He states that over 800 stu-
help in the
pro-
which dents have been accepted by
gram will provide
5,725
the admissions committee for
Plan"new homes now in under operation the "Gordon In that the 1063-64' term, which is 100 Colorful
Sports?
more than during
were accepted
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country. Gordon, in turn, pre- the 1062-63 term. Dazzling Shows?
sented the deed to the peopleof

Costa Rica, requesting that The faculty this year will be .. "
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National Baptist Convention I SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1963 PAGE_3 Ii

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Joins Civil Rights Fight Rev. Derrick Suspended .,'>' .i. //1.:, I IThis

I Is to notify the public consulting with his superiors;' '

Dr. Jackson out of 600 young people have I he preached while on tour In that the Very Rev Nicholas A. and obtaining a dispensationfrom
Derrick of the American Catholic the consistory as stated In
patticipated In the finals and the Soviet Union.
appeared on the Friday evening I Church, Rural Dean of the Canon Law of our church.
EstablishesCommiesion program. Thirty of that number The panel of Judges presented Guantanamo, Cuba now In Most Rev.Joseph .
have won scholarships In the by Mrs. Dovie Sweet teacher Miami has been suspended us M. Nevllloyd, O.l'.l\I.
amount of $17.500. These young in the Cleveland Public of August 21, 1963, and reducedto Chancellor .< \
people through this fund have Schools were, Chief Justice the status of parish priest, I II
CLEVELAND Here in the' been able to study In some of Augustus Pryatel, director of without benefit of the Mozetta\
the leading colleges and univer- Health and Welfare Ralph W. and Faculties, for performingthe A
vast Public Auditorium the 83rc sities In this country. Winnersof Findley, Attorney Harry E. marriage rite on May -1, Want to Sell i it?""" I Ii
Session of the National Baptist the 19G3 Oratorical Finals< Bonaparte, Mrs. Gwendolyn Edwards 10G3 in Miami, Dado County ,
Convention, USA, Inc. brought were: First prize, $1,000, Cleveland Mrs. Cornella Brown, Florida between two divorced I
forth a program for high caliber McDonald, Jackson, Miss.; Miss Winifred Roche, Dr. RoW- persons contrary to Canon 17,
dignity and ambition. Over 2nd, $500, Miriam Whitehead, ert S. Kelsey and Mrs. Ruth relating to marriage between i Advertise itl?
5,000 delegates stood In unanimous Kansas City, Kan.; 3rd, $260, Hicks. Miss Florence O. Alex- divorced persons without first j \I!!
approval of the Civil Patricia Ann Smith of East ander of Jackson, Miss., is II'I
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Rights Commission proposal Chicago, Ind. chairman of the Scholarship
presented by Dr. Joseph H Committee and Rev. E. A. Freeman I ,,,,.
Jackson, the five million mem- Other participants In the contest of Kansas City, Kan. Is co- ; Y"
ber organization's eloquent and were Patricia A. Drown, chairman.Dr. ,
diplomatic leader, who was also Compton Cal.) ; Carlason Craig, Jackson climaxed the con I'.
elected to his 11th term Ala.; Dorothy Travis Milwaukee vention at the Sunday worship .
dent by a standing majority Wls.; Jewel Wade, River- service by preaching from the Can
vote in Thursday's business ses side, Calif; and Louis Sterling, subject, "The Long Captivity"to you
gion. Telegrams of congratulations Chicago, who were the recipientsof the capacity crowd of more
on the proposal were sent Dr. Jackson's book "T h e than 20,000 Baptists from all the 6
from President John F. Kennedy Flame," a collection of sermons over the nation and the world. name reasons
and University of Missis- l'
sippi graduate, James Meredith '. Martini devoteesprefer .

President Kennedy said "The NAACP Uses Various MethodsIn
theme "Freedom through
Christ" was symbolic of the the gloriousGordon's
American tradition and the
Drives
leadership of the conventionhad Southern Voter
made a tremendous contribution ;! Martini.1
to the new frontier." MEMPHIS A series of I Aug. 10 for the forthcoming 1\.
highly successful tactics mark election.A \ '
James Meredith offered his NAACP voter registration campaigns I Crusade for Voters Cam-
services in any capacity to Dr. in the South. Of particular paign Is now in progress In De- m To this day, the ancient pot still method
Jackson and the newly formed note is a campaign in Kalb County Ga., with Miss
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commission. The presidents of Memphis which succeeded in Rosetta wliliams as director. Is used In distilling Gordon's Gin. BO] Only \t a

the 50 states will serve as the registering 5,408 persons dur- The county has been flooded gin from the heart of the run Is bottled for JfGordon's. l1
board of directors of the com- ''ng the months of June and with publicity material and I
mission and selection of the July. I mobile"registration and night GQ Gordon's uses only juniper I
will be registration has been scheduledfor berries and other choice botanicals
representatives mad e With a total number of 232,250 I
through them.In persons registered in the city the month of September.The aged to the peakof
outlook is for a highly suc-
of which
presenting the legislation, Negro voting 75,345 are has Negroes reached cessful campaign.A maturity. GD] Gordon'
power -
Dr. Jackson that "in the
stated formidable strength. Goal of goal of 1500' new voters ,I. extraordinarily dry. .
last this conventionhas
ten years the campaign is 10,000 new has been set In Baton Rouge, BD Gordon's has distinctively
been most diligent in assist- a
registered voters before the La. Block workers have been
ing others in this noble struggle deadline of Oct. 8. assigned and 11 clinics are Instructing delicate flavour. .
hut it is our belief that the time ;
Other prospective voters on GD Gordon's maintains its
has for denomination campaigns are current-
now come us as a I the
to write civil rights I I ly stages under In way Florida or in planning Stiff literacy resistance: test. by voting officials exceptional quality be-GOQN t
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Georgia, I
into our program and Into our
Is encoutered
Louisiana and Mississippi. constantly cause it still harks back to
convention budget. We must
in In Jackson dur-
In Mariana, $500 has been Mississippi. Alexander Gordon's
ally ourselves with our people origi
ing a three-day period in Aug-
and stand where they stand and raised to help finance the cost pl
ust 70 attempted nal formula created in "
suffer where they suffer and of the campaign. Kick-off day although over persons I lOXDONDft I-
struggle by their sides. We must was August 25 with a large num passed to register the tests.A .only one England In t 1769. Reasons GINtmtntmiwtmti
person
help bear the cross of civil ber of ministers given Citizen campaign Is being conducted enough enjoying a Glorious **
ship Day priority in their
ser-
rights and carry upon our vices that day. in Laurel, Miss., with several Gordon's Martini
minds and hearts, some of the clinics Instructing potential
responsibilities for the present One person in the campaign voters on sections of the Con- I soon, wouldn't you say?
struggle of our people and for has been responsible for 45 per. stitution most frequently used \
the destiny of our young." sons registering. in the tests.

The representative of said In Tampa a special act of the Like all other campaigns, the
State Legislature originated county has been flooded with ,
commission will serve as a Ha-
and promoted by NAACP Com- publicity material. There have PRODUCT OF U.U.DI8TIUIO lONDOM DRV CH.100X NEUTRAL WOTS
between the National
son Baptist mittee chairman James Ham. been several unsuccessful attempts DtJTILUO ROM QUID.90 MOOT.OORDOrS DRY Old CO.ITU,LINK*ft JL ,1,1r ,
Convention USA and Con
mand, enabled registration : :
offices made
and will confer- by the white com-
gress arrange to remain open two nights munity to Intimidate the cam-
ences when in the
necessary a week until the books closed'
paign director.
nation's capital for leaders of II
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others may wish to make per-
sonal petitions to our national
leaders: in Washington.Other .


Washington.ic session: highlights was Address the of Booker this given histor by T. Life Assurance Company of PennsylvaniaIrving

.Dr. William R. Tolbert, vice
president of Liberia and presi-
dent of the United Missionaryand
Ross General
Educational Convention of -. Agent
Liberia West Africa who spokeon !
'The Need of Christian
Edu-
cation for God's World Our 8760 S.W. 87th Street I
World Dr. Tolbert, presentedan
exquisite hand-tooled humi- Miami 43 Fla. tt
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II I PAGE 4 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1963 120000 Rantists Attend 83rd National Conventionr

- --r--- -- - representatives of the ci@rand Smith D. ,A. BradleyJ.: E, fa;
flril ft estimated 20,000 messengers Dr. C. A. kins, J. A. .Lpj&m; J. fi. MuW
professions.
and friends converged oh other responded and L. A. 't1idmpsoHM *'
Cleveland Ohio, last week to be Weaver of Jacksonville
in attendance at the 83rd annual in a masterly mahnen stlrtm s Lila torah, &

session of the National Baptist highlight of the convention Scott, Jessie Lee Smith, Ella
Convention of America, ;Inc., The the annual address of Baker, Sallie. J.,. Dudley Mrs,
Dr. J. H. Jackson; president.The I was Thursday. ; L. Call, Corine' Watts and Pres.
II. E. SIS IUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher pre-conventlon program Jackson the president, In his eloquent Dr. R. L. Rolley.
GARTH' C. REEVES> Managing Editor Tuesday evening was a thing his philosophy -
emphasized in
of beauty. An audience of more He said Arriving Washington, D.C
Member of the National Newspapers Publishers Association than 0,500 Wad thrilled by the "protest and produce. early on Labor Day, this dele-
singing of a 600-voice chorus. that while the Negro is pro- gation, along with others, went
SUBSCRIPTION HATES the welcome testing against the oppressionand on a seven-hour tour of tho
ONE YEAR $MX) SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 Participating on morningwere discrimination from whichhe city.' The places visited include
Wednesday
program suffers, he must produce ed the Capitol where they wer
jEnterM w Second Class Matter, August 9, 1027 at the Post Office the Mayor of Cleveland, something that will lift himselfand shown the halls of the House'"
j at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 gain for him the respect of of Representatives and the
others. The speaker was vociferously Senate the Whispering Mall
.
Rfain Office ,at 0740 N.W. 15th Avenue-Phone OX 1-0421 : M1'CJq'Zr, Z. l5l5l! : applauded by the mammoth life-sizd statues of some of out
Downtown Office: 1112 N.W. 3rd Avenue Phone Pit 3-2236 .t, BROWSIN'By audience. Presidents dad other notables

are displayed, and other Historic
-
"CREDO OF TilE NEGRO PRESS" PAUL HENRYMetro's Another highlight of the meet scenes.

The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead the rr"tt.. 6 .. "f"" 'i I' was the oratorical contest spor They visit4 thV h I t e
world from racial nnd national antagonism when it accords to Repewal sored by the Undergraduate House, the Jeffersbh Me'm&riaL
> every man regardless" or race, creed or color his human :'and : new Urban ,' to Scholarship Committee Friday the Catholic and Episcbp'al;
legal rights. Hating no man, fearing; no man-the Negro Press Agency' wants the power behalfof I night. Eight youngsters = six Cathedrals and some {df the
1' strives to' help tvery man in the firm belief that all men'are ,enters: Into contracts on I girls and two boys 1 Dartlcigated. -* other religious edifices; the
hurt 'as'lonlC' MS anyone is held back.It's the county. I First'prize, $ buildings of some 107 Foreign
Not the commission, I Second
.. so says won by ohe of the troys.
i
Embassies
ana the Lincoln
that have the last I
? 'body must and third prizes, $500 and $250 Memorial.
world, and county. Atty. Darrey I went to the girls.
,t. Time To Register Davis backs up that decision. The tour ended at the Arlington -
Booker T. Washington -
,( This was Mehorial Cemetery where
r .Citizens; take ye notice The month of November is The commissioners have in Night, and the address war they saw the Changing of the
just around the corner. You'll remember it's.the monthwhen mind extending bus service delivered by Vice-President W. Guards and florals placed on
Liberia who is
Into North and South Dade. R. Tolbert of
of the ,Unknown
the tomb Sol
i you will be called upon to make, some important I They have asked Manager Me- also president of the United dier.
decisions affecting Miami and Dade County., Naturallysuch I Nayr to arrange for a meeting Missionary and Educational
: 'decisions'are brought about by citizens going to the I with the Transit Board to discuss Convention of Liberia, West Other Miamians seen at the
the matter. \frica His subject was, "T h e convention were:' the Revs. 0,
polls and casting their votes. Voting is a privilege. Using
Need for Christian Education
W. Foster, I. C. Mickins, Thed-
,
this 'privilege, you become as much a citizen as even the Henry A. McKinney and for God's World Our World. ford Johnson; Miss Maria M.

:President Even at his election he can only cast one vote, brother, Harold of New York The speech was a masterpiece. White Miss Barb'ara Bo'Ney ami

*the same as any other registered citizen. Your vote If who has been vUltlnt Mc at' Dr. Jackson brought the con- Mrs. t. O. Pratt-Wiltlen

equal to 'that*of the President. Weat ant visitors Palm at Beach the,Miami were Times pleas- vention to a close Sunday witha The delegation from the Bahamas -

However in order to cast this vote you must be reg office Mac, as we call him, is glowing message.All included the Revs. It C.

istered. Is your name on the voters' list? If not, won't you I a former memlter of the staff officers were reelected.The Cooper, Enoch BaCkford and
Arthur: L. D. Cox, Rev and
son,
of the Miami Times.
,
convention meets in Detroit
.place it there"? I .. Mrs. G. A. Adderley and daUghter

A campaign is now on for registration of voters, not Grand Union has no reason next pear. ; Rev. and Mrs. It A. Bar

'only in Dade County, but in Florida, Georgia, Tennessee, for complaint as far as businessis The delegation which traveled rett, Rev. and Mrs. W. G Mc-
Mississippi, Louisiana and other places. concerned. Their sales for by train to Cleveland to attend Phee, Mrs. T. E. W. Donaldsott,
the five week period ending the convention was led by Mrs. G. A. Colebrooke and Mrs
For further information read your Miami Times. August 31 totalled $62,750,142. Dr. J. A. F. Finlayson, presi- Lavania Stuart, Dr. Doris I
Books will be at conveni'ent' locations in your neighbor- Grand Way, a branch of Grand dent of the Florida Baptist Johnson and Dr. H. W. Brown

hood beginning Monday. There can be no excuses. Union at 54th St. and 12th Ave. State Convention and one of the They were honored with a
has of the National
vice-presidents
numerous Negro patronsand
Register! Vote luncheon
millions of the dollars came Accompanying him was Mrs. given Friday by the
"A voteless, people, is a hopeless people !1" from Negro pocketbooks.Grand FinLayson. He was ably assisted Cleveland Church Civic Assoc-
Ne- the Rev. iation, an integrated group The
Way employs two by W. C. Edcar.
women at the cash regis- Rev. Cooper, introduced by Dr.
gro Other mebers of the group Brown, spoke of the work in
WAME Goes Negro ter and some men as porters. were the ,Revs. W. H. Edwards the Bahamas and introducedhis

C. J. Burney P. J. Curry, W. F' delegates. Dr. Johnson re-
I The AG Food Store at 27th Tanner Sr., W. M. Macon, W.: K.: sponded.
One of our radio stations, WAME, Is planning a Ave and 54th St. carries a com-

; change of program from general to an all-Negro pro- plete supply of groceries fruit,
gram. The first to be heard on September 29. vegetables, etc. They also em-
ploy Negroes. Read their advertisement -
The manager announced dismissing ''nine white em- weekly in your Miami

ployees, or placing them elsewhere, so that the station. Times.

will have all-Negro employees.In .
For real Ford
estate see
< these days when there are so many Negroes or Realty, News Realty and our :

the unemployed list, this seems like a break for. Negroes, lassifled page. All in your Miami -
but is this really the case? Times.

The Rev. Theodore Gibson, wide awake president of Y
Strikes and strikes
the local branch of the NAACP does not think so. rnere'a rumor that more a strike of

Says Father Gibson: workers at Miami's six airlines

I, "We regret that kind of business de County I Tt.jjht come off on October 10.:

has made so much progress in establishing an 'all- The employeE strike, 'would*:, .affect 5,000 .

': American community, we should not be going back to this Let's hope1 there"will be, ... .no
point in business or in .any other way of segregated think- strike. V, "y ,,
ing." ; Dade School ,Hoard has
,, P. r
down in
h, Ye Editor is in accord with the Rev. FrVGibson, > view clamped.he mainUkiranfe employees'jbiing School' T''N

We have been and still are ,clamoring for Integration time a nclk.: ':.equipment, ',Without' s

and we have made progress.' As Ye ,Editor Kna said permission; p' Nine ,. employeeshave ,
nils
before let not fight for integration 'and at the been'Teprimanded for LONGSHOREMEN INVEST "
a us same use of equipment and six allowed Seated itt center Is Clarence
time welcome segregation. to resign. Lester Fredel, administratorof Turner, vice chairman of the

r It seems quite possible for station Manager Woronei Charges* include: Use of time the International Longshore board of trustees of the fund.
and schools vehicles men Association Welfare, Pen- ,,
Others
taking shown Mrs. Juanita
are
to have rock and roll blues and music. But sion and
i gospel con- Junked typewriters home, repairing Vacation Fund Is Thompson teller Mrs. Dana
;
I
trary to popular opinion, all Negroes don't thrive on a and selling them, and shown receiving the passbook Dorsey Chapman, secretary
strict diet'' of rock and roll, blues and gospel music. Many lending a film projector. after$10,000 the organization opened a and Paul Forand, Roosevelt

i of us probalbly like the same kind of music that Mr. Roosevelt Investment account at executive vice president.-John
i Woroner likes.A Walter Moore of Philadel- sociation. Savings and Loan As I son photo. ,
phia who has been visiting with hers of the Camp Committee

more progressive step would be to maintain part has his niece, Miss Nellie Moore, ...-.++....... . . . . . .-,... . . . . . . . . . . .
of his white ,staff and integrate Negro disc jockeys into returned home.

f' :the station. Then plan a balanced daily radio schedule More CHATTER
Mrs. John E. Culmer and fam That MATTERS I
giving the public popular and semi-classic music in ad-
ily have into their ..
moved newlycompleted
: . .
dition to the rock and roll, blues and gospel music. two-story home on >* . . "- - - - .- ._ .. ., . . . . . . . . .-

However, let's see just what WAME will do. Who 55th St. The home was built by Mr. and In. PJIAION C.
spent a weekend in Nassau and
knows, we might be in for some pleasant surprises.Shoe the Stanley Builders after ItYCHB returned to ..FAMU visiting relatives In Miami.
spending three weeks at
I The Church of the Incarna- home.

tion has a new roof put on by Mrs. CHERUYE 31 Mrs. VERNELL GREEN of
ILLS
On The Other FootRep. the well known Cooper Roofers. BOYER attended her daughter Opa-locka has returned from a

The R CHERRY ANNA MILLS' graduation ? visit to Nassau, Bahamas, tell;
and Mrs. LambertS from Paul ing of the enjoyable time she
David Henderson Democrat from North Quinn College -
i a <1nds are domiciled at the Car. In Wac had.
Carolina is chairman of a House sub committee seeking ver Hotel while the St. Agnes Paul Quinn Cherry Texas.Anna While who at

evidence that white government employees are being dis- rectory is being made ready for was a most versatile and out- -

criminated against, Negroes being given preferential them. standing student in music gave!
treatment in federal hiring and personnel policies. a musical recital at Baylor Uni- Mansion For Sale
I On Sunday, Sept. 22 the Rt. versity. She plans to do further
j Complaints have been made to the sub-committee Rev. James L Duncan, suffra- study in her major'area.CONGRATULATIONS .

r from Dallas, Texas and other places. gan bishop of the Diocese of 1253 NW 43rd St. $19,900
: On this committee are Reps. Morris Udal of Arizona ; South Florida with headquarters to Mr.
at Miami will visit the and Mrs. T. S. Bedrooms 2 lots
Carolina GREER
Albert Watson of South ;Lindsay Beckwith and Church of the Incarnation at 8a.m. on the

Joe Pool of Texas, all Democrats and H. R. Gross of and 11 a.m. At the 11 am. was new addition a baby girl to their born family. It
on Sun- WILL TRADE
Ohio, August Johansen of Michigan and Katherine St. service he< will administer the day.
of New York. sacrament of, Confirmation.:
George This will be the first class prEsented Mrs. FRANCINA Owner WI 59886UI
:Their 'report should be quite interesting. It's interesting LEWIS -
find in this the shoe on the other foot. \ by the new vicar.',: tbe.1, (l'ROBINSON. left for Philadelphia -
too, to Rev: Theodore" Jane t. 1 t r on Sunday after having '" -...
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI 1 FLA .

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1963 WAGE S

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11 ? }i1 YWCA Program is for Everyone .


ARCHIE' iIiciPINDR fw / ? +9 9kEI NORTHWEST YWCA CENTER


OX r 5100 N.\'. 21st Avenue

Telephone 634.2651

FROM THE Aladdin Hotel in Owens, Pearl Reed, Ida Moore
Kansas City where bro-ln-law: Daisy Grey, Andrea Brown, Fall program begins the week of .Sept. 23rd
"Geech" Adderly Is camping Jeoigla Ladson. Brenda Hunt- '
while attending the ;Railroad ley, Dorothy ,Johnson.. ADULT
Brotherhood Convention, comesa The contest is well underway ACTIVITIES

few lines.. He's union repre- -support the one you like. + .
SLIMNASTICS
sentative from these parts . .
That tMef visit to the Island p 8 lessons $0.50 Tuesdays 7-8:30: p.m. Mrs. Helen Edlck
THE NAII'ONNR: has
City Sunday a week ago, was a GOLF. I
tender to
tour of the city in behalf ,of always meant care ,
Gilbert Styles' guesst, the Huy me. I have one in my life. She's 8 one-hour lessons $0.50::. Saturdays 10 a.m. Patricia Baedor r 'y
sis in West Palm Beach. _
lers of Nassau and children my BRIDGE .
accompanied 'i
This Yvonne Fair is somethingelse.
the party on its first Her recent appearance has Sylvester L. Jones/ ,son. of i. 8 two-hour lessons $0.50 Saturdays 2-4 p.m. Mrs. E. Williams" ,
and impressive Florida Keys achieved outstanding fame. This : Mr. and Mrs. Cecil .lonen : IW:
sightseeing tour. week at the Knight Beat appearing NW 4mh St., recently departed CHESS .v
is a must for you to see Miami to return to \Vnshlnir- 8 lessons $5.00 Thursday 7-8:30: p.m. Wilbur Coleman
IF YOU VISIT 79th St.'s and hear. ton, D.C. Sylvester is matriculating ; , M;
FLOWER ARRANGING t tI
Double Deck Bar where Bert at Howard University,
Wallace's DUO will do it all for and IN beginning his sophomore (0 I lessons $5.00 Wednesdays 7-8:30: p.m. Mrs... Mary Washington
you your way. Bert doesn't HEY" MAMA Give the kids 'year.. he Is/ studying pharmacy\ '. (Perry's Florist)
stay In one bag. He's a masteron a break Sunday. Take them to .... . . . DROP-IN BRIDGE '" *
the Jaycee Hound Dog Racingat I
the band stand and needs
Members invited 'drop In'. Nonmembers -
little help with the When Biscayne Kennel Club. Let Secretarial Science Thursdays 7-9:30: p.m. are to 'f
organ.
the kids enjoy the sport that 50 cents. -.:',
Etta Cameron entered the band
you love so much at night. It's Course Offered at 'on
stand it "I -
was truly swinging I . When Mary S \.1
Like." She's formerly with Le- p.m. Sunday Central HighThe ARMCHAIR TRAVEL CLUB
roy Lang's ,band They are at Wells opens at King O'Heartsthis Monthly travel slide program Friday, Sept. 27. Nonmembers 606
weekend, starting tonlte, It Dade Countv Public .11,4-
I'
Shore Mead hotel on the Beach be Miami CHRISTMAS CRAFTS ,
vlll her first appear- Schools Division of Vocational,
Etta has something new for the mce. Singing her latest hit Technical and Adult Education, 2 sessions $2.50 Dates to be announced Mrs; C, Holland'
entertainment circle. Her's is
"Your Standby" and "The 1410 NE 2nd Ave., has announced PARENTS
SOLO .
like Beach club entertainer.
The a gal is down with it, and I ing Sweetest female Boy.'r Is rapidly The neat gaining sing- Course t hat will a begin Secretarial Sept.Science 10 at A club for parents, men and women, who are alone and ore Inter;

plenty of it and can put so \popularity wherever she ap Miami Central High Adult Edu. ested In dealing with 'parent problems' and In socializing( In family -

much entertainment in small pears. Also on the Hargrove cation Center, 1781 NW 95th St. groups. Regular meetings will be held monthly.. Special eventsto
places the big way. presentation Is Reta Reeves, The purpose of the course is be planned during the month including family parties. First
our local sensational singer. to develop in the adult a degree ::
11'AGOOD i 30 8 ,
to see my old of typewriting skill and meeting Monday Sept. p.m. I|
friend Hattie Baldwin. She and "
barmaidsat essentials: of filing necessary to MONTHLY BOOK REVIEWS ..
Jessie Porter are the Personal Mention meet the standards set for office -
the Double Decker . Mar- employment.To Miss Helen Dorsett, chairman I$

garet Brown and daughter, LACKLAND AFB-Three MI- help the student to acquire nest sellers reviewed-First meeting, Oct. 24. Non 'members 50c
Francine of Nassau were here imi men have received new assignments workable dictation speed
visiting their cousin, Percy : in United States Air mcl ability to translate lettersIn TEEN ACTIVITIES
Brown of the City of Miami
force Job specialities following ma liable form.
Recreation Dept. They returned completion of their basic mlll- To impart functional mechanIcs .
the Magic Y-TKEN CLUBS are composed of girls in the 7th through the
Friday after enjoying .ary training here. of hnglish to enable the
City . Saturday was the date office worker to speak and 12th grades who will uphold the Y-Teen standards. Membershipis
for your key members of the The men, their new job assignments write with completeness, cour- open to all girls who wish to participate in the program. Clubs

becoming 17th Ave. Cats Club; I and bases are: tesy, con ldel'tlon, clearness, are located at: North Dade High School ((3:30: p.m. second Tues.)
Airman Willie White
D.
in
Marie Aybar is fully charge. son conciseness concreteness
corjcctness. -
,
Ben Jones was the brain child of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Whiteof Cox's Kindergarten (lst-3rd Tues.); Richmond Heights ((2nd-4th

1015 NW 42nd St., will be a The course will last 11 weeks Frl.). All-City Senior High Clubs; 7th, 8th, Oth grade clubs, Y
THAT SOUTHERN game NOT. roads and grounds specialist Itt Sept. 16 to Dec. 20, and Center. Join the Y-Teen club in your area or call the Center to
16 at Florida A and M's Bragg Tyndall AFB, Fla. classes will be held Monday to find out' how to organize one. j'"
t
Stadium has many potentialitiesof Airman Edward J, Wilder, Friday from 7-10 p.m.
being the "game of the year. whose grandparents, Mr. and The registration Including CO-ED CLUB f

Local alumni have chartered Willis Mur-a Mrs. Robert J. McIntyre, live at machine fee, Is $12. The mini- Junior and Senior High schoolers meets every other Saturday
bus.for-the occasion. mum entrance requirementsare
(H NW 8th St., is to be a baker
ry heads the group. Houndtrip at Tyndall. : satisfactory completion of 7-10 p.m. Activities are planned by the group. ;
fare Is' $10. Start saving now typewriting I, shorthand I, YWCA HOSTESSES
for the big one . When Doris Airman Eugene N. Williams, J English: I and II or equivalent Young adults who arc high school grade and between the ages
and Capt. Hubert Newton were son of Mr and Mrs. Ernest W. proficiencies; the minimum age
here vacationing from their Williams of 1720 NW 69th St., I H lit, separated from school at of 17-20 years, attend weekly dances at Homestead Air Base and
Tyndall Air Force Base of which will be an air policeman at Lin- least ((1 I months.All plan In-town activities for airmen.
he; Is commander, I glanced atone coln AFB, Neb. secretaries and potential "CAMERA CLICKS"'

..clipping.of the Panama City All three airmen 1903 secretaries who want a Vetter Saturday 1 p.m Learn how to use your camera. 35c each sessionto
sheet where he was cited for are tuture secretarial science intensified -
graduates of Northwestern cost of processing film. Frank Johnson
authori- Senior asked : cover
outstanding aid to civil course are to
ties In, the area. Capt. Newton High School. register. TEEN GOLF ;' r

isa J 'Dorsey HI grad and has -'--i-------- -'- - --'.-'--'.-'--'- 8 one hour lessons $4.00 Saturdays 11 a.m. Patricia Baedor
. climbed high in the field of FISHING CLUB FOR BOYS ,.. .
radar: < . Richmond Heights 0 am.1 35c each session
Saturdays
to make 00 p.m. Mr.Will Cox :
residents won't have
that big, Jump Into Green Hill $69 XRE55
Heights In' Perrine come voting ELEMENTARY GIRLS CLUB ,., ... : .. ;
time. Precincts will be set up In Friday 3:30-5:30: : p.m.ELEMENTARY .

the area of Richmond Heights, BOYS CLUBS .,

also Brownsville, 'Dorsey High, 100% Wednesdays 3:30-5:30: : p.m. .. .
,
Lily C. Evans and downtown
Miami . The Decathlon Human Hair Pre-teen Sewing Class '
Social Club's "Miss Decathlon" 8 weeks $1.00 Saturdays 11-12:30: p.m. Catherine Toston
contest is in full swing with
three weeks left for the Oct. {9 Free Set YOUR YWCA MEMBERSHIP( entitles you to:-

effort at Sir John Knight Beat. Free head block Register for classes, clubs, informal activities, participatein
We have the following contest-
membership programs and special events, receive a cordial

ants Barbara: Blair, Mabel Edge- Free wooden welcome In any city where there Is a YWCA, here in the United

combe, Cora Humphreys, Jay stand iii States and on over 70 countries at/road/

with each wig Red and blond slightlypurchase ADULTS REGULAR MEMBERSHIP $5.00 a year. 1

Saturday Classes higher Girls under 17 may become Y-Teens or Junior members at $1.00

a year. Men and boys are YWCA ASSOCIATES $fWO. a'year for. .
'
Proposed For Slow adults and $1.00 a year for boys under 17. ,

ReadersPart BE A NEW YOU Membership is a prerequisite for all classes and'is in addition 1I'' "

time teachers and Sat- to all fees listed. '
I' 'I
urday morning classes are two
of the latest proposals to Improve REGISTER FOR CLASSES BY MAIL (or come in to the YWCA

reading skills. I Center, 5100 NW 21st Ave.) !
The plan to use qualified .IN; '..'.' ,
teachers who might not want WITH A WIG Miss ) . .f.) .......'. A "
to work a full day was urgedat I
'
a special meeting of the Mr. ,. i ,' "'. ., .,..4'I.,\. ,_I, ,
Dade School Board Wednesday. ., t "J" .:qrbIra. .. a '. ', .
Superintendent Joe Hall said I FROM . . . . . , . . ... . ., . . . .. ,. , ,.. ..
under the plan it might be pes- I 54th STREET ',''it

sible to offer special reading, Address . . . . . . . . . ... .... .; .. '... ,. ..,'..a:,.. ,,....j-":' ," ,
classes on Saturday morning. STARLET WIG CENTER Please enroll me In the following classes,:; '. : . ' '
Another possibility would be ,a -

the use of part-time teachers to'' Class .. . .. , . , Day,. .. ., .. .. .'Hour ...',.. .", Fee ,, . ,,!," ,
relieve full time teachers with 1079 NW 54th Street Ph. 751-1318 v ., ,". #1 y.

special skills In reading Instruction. OR ..... Class- , . ... . . . Day 1. .. ",, . hourADD .,.'-. . ,..*of Fee ., . .

YWCA MEMBERSHIP TO CLASS FEE: ; .. ,, ', :, 1"4 .
The full time .teacher would
.
be reading free classes to work while with the special part Coconut' Grove Wig Salon Regular (Adult women) . ... Aw. (Men . ....'r.< Junior.,. ,. ft'J ....'.('vl?*:. ,

timers would handle regular 3214 Grand Avenue Ph. 445-6122 Enclosed Is my check or money order for .. . . payable Jo' the.
classes either In the morning or .
, Miami YWCA. ..1 .r.
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COMPLETE J i l-f1',,.\"'
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=; I ; FOOD STORE

ii P1 27th Ave. at 54th St.

EVER CLOSED . Fines Good Thru Sept. 14th Midler's AG Store Only
_ ._ ,- _'. ., _ ;n _ .. __
FRESH LYKES 12 Oz.
Ground Beef Z90 Franks pkg 350

FLORIDA GRADE "A" LYKES ALL PORK SMOKEDSausage
Fryers Ib 290 lb 59t

BEEF
Short Ribs lb 39* Pig Feet !Ib 12c

Turkey Wings 29 POUND Pork Chops lb 29*
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.:. Produce ::. MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE Frozen Dairy

Onions 31bs 25? Ib 390 MORTON'SBEEF CHICKEN TURKEY
With $5.00 Order or More
WHITE 10 POUNDS Dinners 39
EELBECK -Self Rising Meal -Quick GnU
Potatoes--- 490 Meal or Grits Ibs 390Margarine PILLSBURY OR BALLARD
McINTOSH l Biscuits 3-25
BLUE BONNET WHIPPED
Apples 3 Ibs 39
Ib 230 HOMOGENIZED FRESH
Limes doz. 390 THROWAWAY BOTTLESFalstaff Milk gal 39'
303 LIBBY'S GOLDEN BANTAM Beer 6 99 % GAL. MANOR HOUSE
Corn 3 490 Ice Cream 49<

I\ We Cash Payroll Checks Cold Beer At All Times *.. 24 Hours. MilJ
No. 2% FOOD KING 303 .LIB Y'S WHOLE I
Bartlett Pears Z90 Kerral Corn 3 for 49* .
,
2Y PRIDE OF GEORGIA FREESTONE 300 VAN CAMP'S
Peaches 3 for 691 Pork & Beans 2 for 251
I 46 Oz. HAWAIIAN No. 1 ROXEY
'f Red Punch 3 for $1.00 Dog Food; 4 for 29*
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48,0. UBBY'STomato No. 1 CAMPBELL'S
1 Juice 4 for $1 Tomato Soup 100
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I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA.
Finals Feature
$80,000 Phil Ossofer I SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1963 PAGE 7
Says I .11. -i.. 1 A-t. .L

Flagler ClosingFinals 1I Gaiter Heads Coaching .

; In Flagler's Third An- three straight races during the Most people speaK or world I
nual $80,000 International Clas- peace as a hope or dream that \
preliminaries. But she lost some Staff At Pinellas t\
sic will be run Saturday night of her bloom by running sixth seems impossible of fulfillment. :,.. tI
with the season-long favorite and third her Can world peace become a reality -
in last two efforts ? I CLEARWATER Salathlel field as professional football
looming while Fox Hound and Gaiter, a former Florida A and stars Willie Galltmore and Al
Digby were coming} on strongly.It If we sincerely believe the M Rattler football standout and Frazier.
the winner's Jackpot of $25,000. was Digby who knocked
scriptures, we must believe :an assistant at Pinelias High | The Pinelias High Panthers
Favoritism in the event Is off Sonda by running her down
that lasting peace will come. the past several years has been In the West Coast Con-
I play
likely to be split three ways be rom LVihlnd in last Saturday'ssemifinal Isaiah spoke of the time when
elevated the head
to cele-
ference. One of the most
tween Ken Hutchings' Suel'sRose footlJ.1UI
windup. It was the nation would no longer m a k e
and a pair of "late blooming first time all season that any war against nation. Christ pray. job. brated performers In Panther
," come-from behind threatsIn rival had been able to accomplish ed for the descent of the king- Gaiter, a Miami native, also I history Is Ronnie Blley, a 175-
pound half back who played
Gold Coast Kennel's Dlgby' I this feat. dom of heaven to earth, a n d has! been serving as head basketball .
and
and John A. Rush's Fox Hound Others in the finals are Rol- promised true peace upon Ills coach .The announcement there as a sophomore Jun-
But with Sonda out after a : ling Rock Kennel's Roaring return in the Glory of the of his promotion was made by York ior before moving to New
for his senior In
heart-breaking photo finish defeat Drama; Lester Cole's Perfect Father, at which time He would Principal & W. Curtis. year.
, in the last round of the ; I{. Duke's Rallied, F. D. gather all into one fold.'. He New York Blley made the prep I!!! .
Happy An honorable mention All- All-America team and is now
semi-finals there is no standout I ( ) Stutz' Grumbler, and said, "Heaven and earth'shall: I
and any entry in the field L L Crosby's New Lease. pass away, but My words shall America performer at A and 11Gaitc1' a starting halfback for Notre t '/I
in the back- Dame.
could take it all with a favor- The Flagler season most never pass away" (Matt, 21: played same I
able break in racing luck. successful summer racing campaign 35) My faith In Ills words assures --=--tLsi--=-'g --
Suel's Rose looked like "tht : in Miami area history me that peace will
come
one" for a time while taking will end Monday. New Homes for Florida Living
The Daha'l World Faith
established -
--------- In nearly every coun 3 largo spacious) brdrooms, 2 bath, garage, electric kitchen, L

try of the world with members open ft-5' p.m. Owners nt:

4 Places to Register to from every social, economic, 1388 N.W. 53th St. With extra corner lot.
I religious and! racial strata
pro- 1452: N.W. 58th Tern-with extra lot.
claims that we are now enter-
i Vote in South DadeA Ing that most glorious day of 1UII NW. 4ith( St. 3-bcdrooin, 2 bath, Fin.. room
which Christ spoke The mem- 1809! N.W.list St. with extra lot

drive to make every eligible ).m. to accomodate workers bers of this faith, having discovered Built to suit. No money person a qualified voter in .vho get home at later hour. tion that the truth of the asser CASH PAID 14'01IJ01'S AND HOMES
mankind
South Dade Is being launchedby The registration booths will this to be the is cornerstone one, believe Store for rent or sale. Largo parking lot-1323 NW 51th St.
the Richmond Heights Citi- be located at the following
zens Committee. Registrationbooks places] guilt In which and the world peace will be Need Money?, See Baron, JE 8.1340

will be in the various Richmond Heights Area Kingdom Christ-promised
of God
neighborhoods for two weeks, The Drug Store. tablished. on earth es-
beginning Monday Sept. 10 to Perrine Area Matthews
the 28th. Center, 17500 SW 103rd Ave. Therefore, the National Spi-
Goulds Arear Mays High ritual Assembly of the Haha'ls;
The registration booths will School. of the United States has instituted D C
be manned by paid! clerks and Homestead-Florida City World Peace Day Desig I
will be opened Mondays through Whiteway Barber Shop, 508 SW noted as the third Sunday In
Saturdays from 8 arm to 5 p.m. 4th St., Homestead. September, this event, which
and on Tuesdays and Saturdaysthe has been officially recognized AUTO RADIATOR SERVICE
"This is the most ambitious
booths will stay open to 9 by twenty state governors (Including -
voter registration drive
ever Gov Uryant of Florida
undertaken in" the South end of will be observed on Sept. 15, ), 1 Hour Service Credit Available
the said
President
county,
Knights of Pythias James M. Reid," and we hope -_ .--_.. .- WHJMC VOU WAIT

And Calan'the' everyone will take advantage of Come in for free checkup
Advertise
this convenient way to becomea It Pays! 8. POINT SYSTEM
Ahmed Temple No. 2, Votary qualified voter. The county
Charles E. Blakeley, ''grand has been most generous in its py BsmimjiggCTEiaBBBBaEBmB Remove Radiator' From Hark Flu,h KiiKlne HlovK.
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tlon." Cur Check water pump, & lioneiClean
mogul, will meet Sunday, Sept. coopera
"JOB TRAINING" and) Rod lUulliitom. Text Radiator for .Leaku
15.
Test ThermoNlat ami and
Repair
Palm No 81 Sir
Royal Lodge !I'rfNNiire Cap Taint and IiiMtall 1 lladlator
Sept.Abram 10.Faith .Grace, chancellor meets Dugie's Guest HouseThe DECISIOj I I All Work iiiaranteed

of Hope Lodge meets COMPLETE STOCK OF REBUILT RADIATORS
.
Sept. 17; Lily of the The Valley house of clean rooms U"fm' deciding on .plan for OI KN 7 A.M. TO l A P.M. MON. T1IKU SAT.

Court and Juvenile Court No. 58 n career or for I ho next school. 6200 N.W. 27th Ave. Dial OX 1-2221
meet Sept. 18 Open 24 hours NE 4.385JSeeing ? term, check the ndvuntugrM of
Gleam of Hope Lodge No 18, Inking n I'lonccr course In ,

meets Sept. 19.Installation fa Believing Stenography! / , Hrrrehiryahlp' .- .i.ifwwi .ik
ceremonies were General. Biislncss,. | < ; Accountancy,
held Saturday, ''Sept. 7 at. See us for clean rooms Raciness/ Administration, In- .
Orange Blossom Lodge No. 10. Jamaica dustrial. Relationship. mid Management -
Officers Installed were Sir Willie Duffie alwnys or Typewriting. and
C. Moore chancellor comman- friends Modern Unslm-M/' /' Machine In
der; Sir .1. Collier, vice chancel much ICNM time than you think,
lor; Sir Samuels Glenni keeperof 2941 NW 47th St., Miami you can acquire a thoroughlucparatioti
records and ; l' H. L. for a Miccesful, career
Williams, master of finance; SirI. In t the business' world. lit,-
Black master of exchequer; I Join The NAACP f Klnnei-M' 'JnfcrnicdlatcN and advanced 1
Sir Ford, master at arms. MudentH may enroll./' 4 i )
. I Kcasoiuihlo' ratCM prevail. ,
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are i if' ir
available' for out-of-town ittiidentH. ISCHM ,
JACK'S MEN'S WEAR | for "Heller Jab Opportunities") ,. to
r all graduate/' One of our experienced -
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA. I IPAGE'8 I Internal Revenue social committee. for

Service SeeksAccountants Women's Day will sponsor a
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1963 "Register Tea" this
_. Sunday 3:30:
H
---- Temple
pm. at Baptist Church
Zoo HoursIf I The public. Is cordially Invited
New
The Board of U. S. Civil Ser- Donation one dollar,
you want to Inspect the vice examiners for the Internal
,, Y y more than 800 specimens at'' Revenue Service, Atlanta, Ga., facilities and 'services
city without
Crandon Park Zoo from Sept. will
that it
today
announces Increasing taxes
; joining
15 on through the winter
begin accepting applicationsfrom with Metro and other cities
in
months you'll have to do so betWeen and senior
the hours of 9:30: arm to accountants I central purchasing to "save tax
college accounting students for dollars" and said that he
4:30: p.m., according to Dr. I ;; is in
Internal Revenue agent trainer
favor of urban renewal.He .
Gordon director.
zoo
,
JIubbell
b positions at grades GS-5 and is'a native of Key West
The winter,hours are effective
salaries of
dayincluding Sundaysand GS-7 paying annual and a nephew of the late Abe
every holidays. Visitors may remain $lr 65 and $5,540 respectively. Aronovitz, former Miami mayor

in"4fte zoo area until 5 The lists of eligibles established He Introduced and got passeda
I pm. If t$ey have already en- will be used for filling strong conflict of Interest law,
tored prior to the 4:30: p.m. positions in the Atlanta regionof during his year as commissioner,
led the fight aginst increased
closing time.Brownsville. Ala-
the Internal Revenue (
water rates and voted for a 10
bama, Florida, Georgia, Missis-
cent city tax cut.
per
PTA sippi, North Carolina South Aronovitz Is a big favorite In
Vacation is over and schoolIs Carolina and Tennessee.) Most .-........""..--- -.- the Negro community becausehis
in full swing. Brownsville positions will be available liberal stand on controversial -
r '>f.. Junior High School Is announc- around July, 19G4 and Interested ARONOVITZ Issues.
:,! \ji; : ing its first parent-teacher meeting persons should file applications SEEKS RELECTIONTO
: x for the term 1963-G4 on well in advance of that time for C5i22S! .rt2ii2

::, _. _d'::: '; Thursday night, Sept. 19 at 7.30: consideration COMMISSIONCity FOR, SALE
o'clock in the auditorium.This .
Leaving home for reassign- meeting Is of the great Trainees will enter we-11! planned Commissioner Sidney SECTION'
ment is 2nd Lt.. James LockhartJr. est urgency to all; parents of training programs, and Aronovitz filed for reelectionIn N.W. HOME
lie will join his parent organization Brownsville. We are urging you chances for promotion are ex- Group 2 Tuesday and said he 2157 N.W. 46th Street
in Korea, after being to be present. J. Carle Capers, cellent. would conduct his own cam-
temporarily assigned to the president; Mrs. Ida T. RatcJlffe, paign. $75 down'' $75 monthly
Student Brigade at Fort Den principal. More details may be had from The 43-year-old Aronovitz
ning, Ga. lie attended the Infantry -- the Internal Revenue Service was appointed to the commis- Screened front porch, living
Officer Basic Course and accounting lie was a member of Board of Examiners, and Civil sion last October to fill the remaining room, kitchen, storm shutters,
the Airborne Course at Fort the Scabbard and Blade, Military Service Information desks located term of Henry Balaban 2-bedrooms, all large, clean,
Denning completing each sueet'NJfally. Society, the ROTC, rifle at many Post Offices.. who was elected a circuit court
team and'' Phi Beta Lambda, a judge and who had resigned his I good condition, fenced yard.
business society while attend- seat as commissioner He expects -'
Lt. Lockhart is a graduate .of ing the.> university. opposition. Call UN 6-7229
Northwestern Senior High and Lt. Lockhart is the son of NAACP MembershipDrive On some Tuesday Aronovitz announced -
Wilson OX 1-6166
Florida A&M University where- ]Mr. and Mrs. James Lockhartof j is nine-point platform Mr. -

he received the B. S. degree inOmgas 1435 NW 68th St. now on which includes a Improvement of ...............

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I was also apptinted. davs.. F-om all inch- .m ) \' J
Sigma' Alpha Chapter, OmegaPsi It was noted that many new cations, It appears that thh; ;%t\ .( (\ ,'\
Phi Fraternity held Its first Omega men In the Miami area year for Sigm.Allha Chapterof
meeting of the year on Saturday are becoming aiflllated with the the Omega Psi Phi Fra tl'l'n- t;;:,.

,.... Sept. 7, 1963 at the homeof This some graduate brothers chapter.have la desired the past to, Ity.
James Randolph.
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delay their affllhtlon with .. -
meeting was an Important one Wl'r. f' -
until social
as all major projects for the graduate chapters
.and economic security In the
were approved and a com-
year community was achieved, how. BE RID OF
ever, Omega men are finding
many loads which offer oppor- I
Sunlight Students tunities for community service
through the local graduate Falling Hair

At .Beauty ShowThis chapter.

Bro. Virgil Rogers, the new
week we were presentat Baslleus By FridayOR
of Sigma A'pha Chapter -
John Hotel's
the Sir Beauty
has set as one of his obJec-
'It is amazing how
Show. tives for the a de.
year
program MONEY BACK FROMKURASOL HID'inDuau
woman's glory can become more
signed to meet the needs of all
glorious. Our own Mrs. Ella
Omega men In the Miami area.
Moncur, vice president and Instructor -
Such a program Includes a variety -
at Sunlight Beauty of activities some social,
demonStratton some service and community
projects and a continuing of tho
relaxer using Mrs. Only Kurasol Can Make
products a
type fraternal spirit enjoyed by
Florence Cart right, a student,
a as a model. This GuaranteeBe ;

We acknowledge many more AnnouncementThe Rid of
wonderful tints and dyes glyjen
by other technicians.Mrs. Past Matrons Council, Itchy scalp, dandruff and I- .''OUT HEIDI PEDRO ABRAHAM

.. Jerry Brown, a technic- Heroines of Jericho cordially WILLIAMS BRUHL ARMENDARIZ SOFAER1E&AMIE
ian in hair coloring from Atlanta Invite you to attend their annl- falling hair fast withKURASOL
,' Ga., gave the students a versary tea Sunday, Sept. 22, 3 tttM Ir MODUCtO a
(& B.WEST BvSHASKIN Kid
and HARRY
REDS HERMAN
demonstration In our "Sunlight to 5 at the Masonic Hall, 941 -FRANK KING and

Room" Thursday.Mrs. NW 3rd Ave. Johnnie Mae Hill, PLUS -
Dorothy Brown Is In royal overseer; Estella Beason, On sale at Drug Stores and
royal scribe. Beauty Shops
York City extending her
New 1 meetJAMES BOND
'.-'knowledge in the teaching pro- .
fession of cosmetology. We will thempst

welcome. her home wholeheartedly. WEAR A WIG gentleman extraordinary spy

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The alumni ,and student of While yours is being dressed t
Sunlight will join members and IAN L7V
FLEMING'S
friends in worship at St. Paul !

AME Church on Sunday morn- only $3.00 per set
ing at 11 o'clock', 51st Terr and: Dr.NoTHE Lt3pNC0usms

19th. Ave..- 54th *
We welcome Mrs. Julius, our St. Starlet Wig Center
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teacher' and' founder school and of sun-I 1079 N.W. 54th Street Phone 751-1318, ;
light back to our
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Baker Wins THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA.
Betty Youth Fashion Sewing ContestA

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1963 PAGE 9
bi-racial group of more 'racial panel of top adult fash- sented the handiwork of teen- .
than 300 persons was on hand i- -"*- *- i i -*. -s -*.-*--*--* -!-- '"
ion experts in the Mhuii area, age girls.
last Sunday Roosevelt Sav- namely: Belle Hermann of the
ings and Loan Association, to Florida Fashion Council, SusanB. Machines and fabrics used In CLYDE KILLEN'S KNIGHT BEAT present I
applaud winners In the Youth : Cree, Isabella Oir Spencer, the contest were donated by top
Fashion and Home Sewing con- : Maydell Braynon and Mary L. Miami manufacturers and equip Double attraction entertainment this wekend
Adams. ment supply shops, with prizes _
test.Top award winner was Betty Lending professional status contributed by business firms MISS HOUSE ROCKER

Baker, 14, 423 NW 15th St., to the proceedings, first such and individuals.

who won In two separate: categories event for the contestants, was Several notables from the ir YVONNE FAIR
as best teachers of a professional model Carmen
area attended the Fashion :
of student contestantsand
group Doubrechat who Instructed the
as top student winner. In girls In the proper way to model Show.Representative Among; them Lee were Weisscn-State -a" You must hear her new arrangement .-
the first category she received their designs and Mrs. Gloria
$25 savings bond; In the second, born, radio commentatOJ'Dlanche "Frankie
Robinson, Booker 1'. Washington Calloway, Circuit Court I"w of andJohnny"
a handsome new 'Metric: sewing
teach'who
language act-
Judge Henry Balaban, Juvenile '
machine. Her winning outfit
and "Stand Me"Plus
was a 3-piece turquoise suit ed as commentator.; Court Judge W. U. CulbVeath. N i By

topped off by a chic toque of Other ptlzos and prize< win and former representative and I
the same fabric. She accepted ners were $2f> saving bond 1 to attorney John B. Orr now
both prizes with u i &pfiU l w' rd Terrlclta Strong for best work- chairman of the board of Roosevelt .,
of thanks to Ed Iluiley:, chaIr- manship'and design; and special which offered Its premises; Mic&BlaocoJr w& ,-.

man of the Action Committee achievement awards and prizesIn for the gala occasion.A ; .*' ...rsr, ,TV*<.. .

for Youth Fitness which arrang. both teacher and student telling comment was delivered ''I r r,,> "WORL'DS! GREATEST; A
ed the contest. categories to: Joan Roundtree, by Judge Culbreath when 'j .. .
15, Brenda L. Miekens, 15; De- he congratulated the contes- LIMBO DANCER"
The festivities representedthe lore5! Dunkel 1C, all teachers.All tants, spoke glowingly of their

work climax My 35 to youngsters a full liumm: working r's students Georgianna Lynch, talents, and praised Ed Hurley' ;, R ' Clyde's offering $100 to ,
5, Dorothy Byrd, 13, Rosetta
In six teams under guidance of Baker, 11, and Bethsh ba Dean, Said Culbreath, "I'm not only r + : ; anyone who can go under
school girl teachers. More than 15. amazed at the talent we've seen
'
100 times were modeled and Items displayed and modeled( here today, but I also want to j' the limbo poles lower than
displayed, all the handiwork of ranged from school clothes to point out that more projectslike
the youngsters whose ages ran dressy outfits, sport wear iind this one can put us the Mico. (We have two challengers -
from 15 to 17. even toss pillows, drapes and Juvenile Court right out of t for Sa't night)
Judging was lion by a' bl- other home designs. All repre-, business) !

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N'S This column Is prepared __
weekly at the VA Office, 084 W. Marshall, M.C. and Frank

CORNER Flngler St., Miami, for Information DuBois Band.
of Veterans In this arra.T1rrJr.1r" .

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WELL STAFFED, NO DOUBT and becomes very expensive In
Our neighbors in the Selective late, middle ortld ag:. It offersno j jIt. '+ "' : Saturday' $1.50
Service office the second ,
on loan value nor any permanent -- -
floor above the Miami VA, office equity. Thus, after children ,
have probably heard this story are grown a veteran might I:
before. wish to convert all or part of
A Selective Service Office ina his term Insurance to n lower
small Southern town was being cost policy with premiumi that i
Inspected back in the 40's never change and the other advantages *
mentioned above. : $ :
bv a brassy young officer fiom ,

Washington. Noting that t h t ., ..,..... 't y.1 n
number of typewriters :and( desks
far exceeded the number of Use Your YMCAThe Airman Davit j. Aludlson, son
typists, he asked one of the girls, newly decorated Carver of Frank" Madison of 1815 NW
"What is the normal comple- branch YMCA Is now available 49th St, Miami, h being reassigned ,.
ment of this office?" to Homestead AFB for
sororities
clubs, fraternities "
"Well suh she "Ah o training and duty as a cook.
replied, secret orders and other groups'or !
reckon the most usual compli- meetings, banquets, teas re- Airman Madison recently
ment is, 'Howdy, honey chili, "options, forums, exhibits denv completed United States Air
you're sure lusciou -lookin' this mstratlons! and other activities, Force basic military:: training
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,morning. "''or further Information and here. 4
reservations, contact Calvin C. The airman i Is a 1003 graduate -
15th Ave. OX of Miami Northwestern Sr.
SPOTLIGHT, PLEA8K OX Hughes, 5770 NW ,
Tony DeBenedetto, Hialeah 1.0231.. High School.
DAY veteran for 1J ing honoredby

the recent DAY convention ---1 a ,;
at Miami Beach as DAV
meeting ;: '
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Q. Does the VA recommend Motor Overhaul Body and Fender Repairs
converting term Insurance to
permanent plan insurance? FINANCED
ALL JOBS OVER $25
A. Both have their advantagesIt
would depend oi, the indivi- 0_
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might be Ideal for a veteran Bring this ad in for 10% discount on any Job ,,. -y rA ,i w
with a large family of children. I Open Thurs and Fri. evenings 'til 0 I J n )b 9
The cost of term Insurance, now- .
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SATURDAY AND SUNDAY IJCuIH I Rodriguez' welterweight'

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1-1527 N.W. 42nd St. CBS doll house, porch, car- Ho/Hi Florence man about

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MUST DO HOUSE CLEANING IN CIVIL RIGHTS

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Despite limited advances In to provide that successful plain- growth there is a which under the Hill-Burton Act. serving without compensation,
some areas, Negro citizens In tiffs in civil right suits be cial gap in employment, established by: the U. S. Com-
Florida are generally denied awarded reasonable attorney'sfees the committee attributes to two IIOSPITALS BIAADiscriminatory mission on Civil Rights in all
equality of opportunity accord- fixed by the judge. This major factors. One is the discriminatory practices in of the states and the District of
Ing to a report released today recommendation Is aimed at enabling practices of state, the hospital and dental associations Columbia. The chairman of the
by the Florida Advisory Com- plaintiffs with limited county and municipal agenciesand of Aluchua County, "an Florida Advisory Committee Is
mittee to the U. S. Commissionon financial resources to obtain of many private employers.The average Florida community", George Lewis I II, of Tallahassee -
Civil Rights. In Its report to legal assistance In places where other is inferior education are paralleled in Miami there Other members are: I. H.
the Commission In Washington community sentiment makes It which leaves Negroes inadequately 9 of 23 hospitals replying to a Burney II, vice chairman, of
the Florida Committee cites difficult to find local lawyers prepared for the jobs survey distributed to 47 of the Jacksonville; Tobias, Simon,
evidence of marked inferiorityin who will accept civil rights which might otherwise be available city's hospitals stated that they secretary of Miami; C. Blythe
the quantity and quality of oases to them in space-age businesses did not accept Negro patients. Andrews, Tampa; Mabel Norris
education, apprenticeship trainIng and industries eager to The committee points out that Chesley, Daytona Beach; the
employment and health facilities ONLY 5% NEGROES hire skilled workers. In some senior citizens associations, Rev. Robert Caxton Doggett
available to Flo- instances, the committee found Honorable Carlos
Negro ATTEND COLLEGE largely composed of non-South- Winter Park;
riians. Florida Negroes were slow to erners, and white members of B. Fernandez, Miami; Mrs. C. D.
Among Floridians 25 years of apply for jdbs in plants having the medical profession in Florida -
During the period from June Government contracts becauseof Johnson, Quincy; Prof. Hal G.
older than seven the biased
more share
or attitudes
to
age seem -
1962 to May 1963) when the report times as many whites as Negroes an ingrained fear of "step-- Lewis, Gainesville; the Right'
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was being prepared the have attended high school ping out of place." Some North usually associated with I I Rev. Henry I. Louttit, Winter
committee held public meetingsIn and only 5 percent of the Ne- ern Negroes, on the other hand "poor whites." Park; Honorable Stanley Mil-
Tampa St. Petersburg, Orlando turned down
job offers from
Jacksonville, Miami and gro college population in contrast has to attended 20 per- Florida companies because of The: Florida Advisory Com- ledge of Miami; the Rev. E. C.

Tallahassee. cent 'of the white population. unwillingness to expose their mittee is one of 51 such committees Tlllman, Daytona Beach, and

XO VIOLENCEThe Except In Dade County (Miami) families to" "racist mores and composed of citizens Mrs Charles L. Williams, Miami.
teaching staffs and professional traditions. I
committee reports that teachers organizations have
Noting that the
"new Southerners" from the remained segregated and Negro federally-
financed State THE: MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. '
Employment Service
North and fairminded Florida Junior colleges throughout the
"seems to favor
newspapers have helped keep state, with two exceptions, were tion and racial discrimination"the segrega- PAGE 10 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1963
the state relatively free of racial found to be Inferior In plant
violence as progress toward facilities and curriculum. committee recommends that -
integration has occurredin the Commission on Civil Rights
some parts of the state. But Citing the fact that not one
strongly protest the use of Fed-
Negro is Included 1,000 Fields
only "token" desegregation has among Lincoln Apartments
eral funds to finance
State Em-
been achieved, the committee apprentices being trained In fed-
states, and "social taboos exist Tally-supported programs in ployment Services that perpetuate
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In the Northern part of 'ecords further indicates that tices.
the state, as solidly as In Mis- Negroes are Intentionally bar- e
sissippi or Alabama." Tallahassee ed from apprenticeship Although no Negro has
ever
the state capital, is des- tunities through the poles been treated in Tallahassee'scity I I'I Enjoy Living in Our Cool, Clean Apartments
crilled ,and practices of the Board of
as having a particularly Offering Many Feature
repressive racial atmosphere. Public Instruction, and) the operated Memorial Hospital,
Jacksonville, scene of racial unions and employers whose 'I the committee reports, Negro FREE GAS

violence two years ago, is said representatives make up joint I citizens pay a special tax for the
to have achieved peaceful desegregation apprenticeship committees. The support of the facility which Tile Bathroom Refrigerator Gas Stove
committee recommends with-
ters and some of department its lunch stores coun- holding of public fund and official was built with Federal funds Newly painted Venetian Blinds

and restaurants through the efforts recognition from thestate's .JJr'JIJT..JTJTJT..IrJT..T..TJTJT'.J.Jr.l!':jmjr TJTjry Washing Machines Laundry Rooms
of a voluntary biracial apprenticeship program
committee which bypassed thecity's until a more equitable proved Free Parking Auto hot water heater
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of May 1963. the committee WEEK OR
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reports, only 10 of Florida's CARETAKERS ON PREMISESWeekly
67 school districts had desegre- IN OVERNIGHT ROOMS
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economic, social Rates
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Greater Bethel Members End Walkathon


I Sunday, Sept. 15, will mark Led by Mrs. Frances Gause The pastor, Rev. S. A. Cousin,
the end of the "Mile of Faith" as chairman and Mesdames is calling upon all boards andclubs '''I','
Walkathon)] for members of Susie W. Francis Melzle Elliot of the church to meet their ',!I'4
Greater Bethel AME Church. and others as co-chairmen, the obligations before conferencetime. { VI/
Asked to walk one foot at a event promises to be a mam- ',,;{/ ;,
time for one full month, many moth one. Mrs. Marian H. Shan
members have reported more non is in charge of publicity A special invitation Is extended ', >h
than eight feet during the cam- and public relations. She will to all other church women of 'l
paign. All members of Greater be assisted by Miss Mattie the city to Join with the TVO- :
Bethel are asked to bring or Grace, Mrs. Thomasena W. men of Greater Bethel in mak- ,
send reports to the church Sun- Lindsay and Mrs. Grace Pol tier ing this occasion a memorableone.

day. The goal set by the pastorof Smith. Other chairmen Include: :

one mile will be our target Mrs. Naomi Symonette, music; HOUHING ANI SERVICE ,,
Mrs. Frances Gause and Mrs. Airsi I Emma Collins, program; CHAIRMAN APPOINTED ..
Hazel Simmons will accept Mrs. Mary Colden, finance. Mrs. Carrie Ward and Mrs.I'/'
these reports.NOXKALLY. Messrs Daniel R.
i Francis and Lillian Ethrldge will be in
Robert L. Clark
were appointed of the housing for the
PKACTICKWAIVED charge ,
by the pastor to assist the
AME
FOR; conference in December; 4
women with the souvenir pro-II Mrs. Margaret Carey in chargeof
COXFKKKNCKFor gram. food

over three years, t h Q
members of Greater Bethel "
Day CelebrationAt have enjoyed a respite from NEW BETHEL BAPTIST MT.
rallies and drives to raise funds The service.'I'I'
lull) NW liSth) Terrace
for the of the church. the
ongoing :
St. James A.M.E. SundayContinued Regular church obligationshave Jeacon Uev. timcitt:Fred Williams Williams,: reporter pastor and they :

.. bVen met by the paymentof Psalm 24. '
from page ,,1 Brown weekly tithes of the mem- Last Sunday morning and We If,
discussing David
politics; evening the services were most
bers. associated ministers who
carried -
coming" for most of the mem Dobbs education; Louis Port- ,..?: vonderful. Rev. Taylor and ; :
on the services for o u r 11
hers of t his i Congregational lock, business and economicsand This year, Greater Bethel is Uev. !lam delivered the sermons pastor while he was at, the \ .
Church. Many members of this Rev. Washington on relig- host to the South Florida Con- for the occasion. national concentlon. I 1
church who were once St. James ;.on. ference which will in (
convene .
Thank God for the safe return .'/
AME's will be coming back Dr. Brown a participant in December. For this reason, the The music this Sunday will ;
of from the
our delegates
home to witness this august the recent March on Washing church, in conference Sept. 3, be delivered by the Junior national convention. :,
occasion. : ton will discuss briefly the holr.
'..k march voted overwhelmingly to sponsor Sunday afternoon the No. 3 }i
as well as latest devel-
; Woman's Day Nov. 17. You welcome to ushers will have their anniver-
To say more about Dr. McDowell opments in the integration are always
would be Just repltitlou movement. I Jttcnd our services. Don't for- nary They are asking all their
Everyone knows of his capa- With such an array of intel- get to visit the sick and the friends to come and share this
bilities as a speaker and would lectual personalities seats will GRACE PRESBYTERIANOur shut-ins. great occasion with them.

not want to miss hearing him. be at a premium all day The sermon topic this Sun- Bible class Tuesdays at 7 p.m.

men of St. James are to be commended day morning will be "The Per- Prayer meeting Tuesdays at 8
There will be a panel discussion CENTRAL BAPTIST p.m. Remember all of our sick:
even if they fall short fect Life, from Revelation 22: West
at 7 p.m. that will of their Hollywood and shutin.
quota, for gathering together 3-1 "His servants shall do
Rev. E. J. Clark
pastor
be in direct
competition of the
such a fine group omen him service; and they shall see Rev. I. W. Hepburn, assistantOn
morning feature. to enlighten their hearer his face; and his name shall bon Sept. 22 at 3 p.m. the MT. TABOR '
)n this, their greatest Men'say their foreheads."
You will readily agree when Christian Crusade, along with
you realize such prolific men ) Celebration. The the Sunday School and BTU llev P. S. Brown, minister
committee
anniversary: ,
of the community as Dr. J. O Ilaiold lllggs, chairman, is takIng will sponsor a program In aidof Miss Dessle Crockett, reporter
and admirable stridesIn our college students return- The building of God's king-
t.L planning great out our church anniversary Ing to school. The amount raised dom on earth is a great struggle.One .
ANTIOCH BAPTIST campaign. We look will be divided equally must exercise time, faith,
forward to among thorn. hope, trust !In God, etc. -
anniversaryweek
n great
189'! ) NW Glth Street In November The :subject for the sermon at The Mt\ Tabor family proudly \
Rev. 0. W. Foster, pastor 11 a.m. Sunday !Is, "The Eagle, announce the date of the '|
There will be a sale Saturday Let us remember the importance a Symbol of God." church's greatest event. Dedication I''
night, Sept. 14 at the home of of visiting our sick, and Every member Is asked to of New Mt. Tabor Sunday -
Sis. Gladys Robinson, 6380 NW supporting the Sunday evening come out and take part In the Sept 22. You ore cordially ,
20th Ave., apt. 0, sponsored by I youth fellowship program and service of the! church. For Jesusis invited to come nnd worship
group No. 1 in the behalf of evening service. still saving to you and me, "I with us and share God's bless r
the Men's Day drive. hav given inv- life for thee. ings. Church School at 0:30: at
what hast thou given for me5 the community center.
Sunday at 3 p.m. the No 1 L MT. MORIAH BAPTIST There will tto l a sale and a
ushers board will observe their (Perrine) prize given at the home of Sis.
aniversary guest speaker wll Rev W. C. Edcar: pastor Greater BethelThe S. Butler Saturday, Sept, 21 at

be the-Rev. A. M. Griffin pastorof Prayer meeting I is in progress 8:30: 1335 NW 71st Terr. This '"
'
the New Shiloh Baptist this week at Mt. Morluh Baptist No3 usher hoard) of event is sponsored by ushers :
Church. The No. 1 choir and the Church In preparation fora Greater Bethel AME Church board No. 2.Continue 1"
male chorus of our church will ten-night revival which l/e- will again present Proto Chaa praying for the sick, '\;
render song services. gins Monday night, Sept. 10. Williams as Its guest speaker shut-ins and(' the bereavedami- '.
22. The occasionIs
The will he conducted Sunday Sept. lies and visit them.
meeting
Friday night, Sept. 20, there >q the 13th annual tea. Prof,
hy the Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor -
Vllllams Is the former principal -
will be a musical program in Church.
the behalf of Men's Day obser of Zion Hope invited.Baptist of B. T. Washington High TRANSFIGURATIONEpiscopal
vance. I 1W. NATHANIKL: COI.HTON The public Is School and Is now dean of Edward -

. Chairman Waters! College, Jackson- ( )
Even though the pastor is DUKES TEMPLE ville. Those who have heard >. Elisha S. Clarke Jr., vicar

away for the month, we are still FRIENDSHIP M. B. CHUIt(7l: OF C201I IN CIIIUHT: him know what they will missIf Sundays: Mating o a.m.
inviting friends to worship withus 31ao 1 N. 22nd Ave., W. Hollywood I! they fall to hear him Those solemn Sung Mass and sermon,
under the guidance of our Rev. J. E. Jenkins, pastor who have not heard him before 0:15: a.m., Church School, 10:30:
associated ministers. They are Ruby Lee Carr, reporter Dukes Templo will begin Its have missed a great treat. The a.m., the Episcopal Church wo-
gospel preachers and we are Service was very good Sun- first annual revival starting public is invited.St men will have its monthly s
having good services in the day with our own Rev. J. E. Monday night, Sept. 10 and will >pt 22 from 3:30: to 0 p.m. meeting at the Vicarage at 4:30:
name of the Lord. Wright in charge of services all continue through Oct. 7. The In the church l/asement.
Pray for and visit the sick. day at the absence of our pas- revival will be conducted by the :Mrs Florence %Washington !is p.m.We were very happy to haveas
tor who went to the national pastor Elder W. II. Grace, a president: Rev S: A, Cousin, our guest celebrant at the
convention. His subject was stalwart gospel preacher of the pastor. S 21 Wednesday morning Mass
ST. BARNABAS W. M. "You must be born again. lie old and new Testament. To Hollywood Canon Milton Cooper, rector of

Rev. E. A. Culmer, pastor really did preach out of his soul and our neighboring St. Agnes' Church, Nassau, Bahamas -
Mrs. Sophie Dawkins, reporter md he was ably assisted by our cities of Hallandale, Dan la. Can ST JAMES A. M. E. Father Cooper was the I

Services were high throughout own Rev. Stanley Johnson. May ver Ranches and West I 0llY1wOodh } house guest of our vicar and \
NW 05th Street
and all welcom 1815
one are
God shower his blessing on Mrs. Clarke;
the day Sunday. The morn- these ministers. Is revival with outstretched I llev J. B. Ulacknell pastor Father Clarke appointed Mrs.
ing message was brought to us arm that our faith The of the church I In ,
; men
Sister Julia Mae Carr went to ) Verne Tinker as the choir r
by our pastor. The junior choir
the national convention also. may be lifted In God. anticipation of a successful\ mother. Mrs. Tinker did a
vice.was in charge of the song ser- I We expect our pastor to be back Come and bring a friend. Men's Day took the role of the wonderful pob in making all of

MI' In the pulpit next Sunday. Our scruW woman on Monday nlghj. the choir vestments for the

Sunday night our pastor, choir prayers are for him and those TEMPLE BAPTISTRev. and came out full force to Patronal Festival.
and congregation were In chargeof on vacation a safe return and scrub and clean pews for the The Mary's Chapter Is sponsoring

the service at St. James AME: those who are sick, a speedy re- L. A. Thompson, pastor over capacity crowd that will a pie sale on Saturday,
Church. Our assistant pastor, covery. You are always wel- The Training Union, Mrs. E; attend services throughout the Sept. "14 For orders and Information
Rev., H. Derneritte, preached a come at our services. Damn is day. To make things easier please call MU 1-1876.
president, sponsoring a
and augment the elbow greese
very inspiring sermon. Mrs. Doris Johnson, chairman.
straw ride tonight (Friday),
needed the women brought In
Sunday the Episcopal Church.
The No. 1 ushers' board will NEW PROVIDENCERev. Transportation leaves the cookies, cakes, Chicken, et alto ] men presented a to Fr.
church at 7:30. Donation $1.00. purse
:
celebrate its snack while they puffed
first on
anniversary C. J. Burney, pastor Clarke In honor of his first
Sunday night, Sept. 15 at the Sis. Claudia Wilson reporterWe The women under the dynamic and sweated", Joked, tease and anniversary as Vicar of the I
church. The public is invited. had wonderful timewith leadership of Mrs. Lillian "carried on. Even Rev. Black church. It was quite a surpriseto
a Joined
In
nell, ertswhilc pastor
Williams and Mrs. Lula M him. Mr. Harold Mitchell
,
throughout Sunday uro the vigorous. schedule ((when hewasn't
made the
Colebrook president _
things
getting
arc nresenta-
in charge. P-
ZION HOPE BAPTIST Weatherspoon !
overseeing )
I tlon.
The national convention Is into shape for Women's Day
5129 NW 17th Avenue over ana we are looking for All the faithful women are determined From all indication this will The Episcopal Churchmen
Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor our pastor and other membersto to lift the standard be a banner day with the wo will have Its corporate com-
Last Sunday both services return. higher this year as they march men sharing the spotlight In munion at the 0 a.m. Mass on

were wonderful. Our Junior Our male chorus will cele- forward. the background.I Sunday. All men are urged to

choir No. 1 rendered the song brate their first anniversary be present.The .
Miss left
desire g don't think we can say St. Veronica's Chapter la
service. at 3 They University
Sunday p.m.also In for FAM last week too much about the youth of sponsoring a Night of Games
keep
your presence, and Miss Edwina Lord left for the church. It is always gratify.
Rev. Jackson delivered the mind the song festival which on next Friday night, Sept. 20
evening message which was enJoyed will be sponsored by the choir Bethune-Cookman College. Bothof ing to see the number of child at the home of Mrs. Maude
by all. Choir No. 1 ren- No. 2 at the Dade County Audi- them are members of Temple. ren in Sunday School along Moncur, 15040 NW 21st Ave.
dered the song service. torium. Time 230: p.m. Adult Success to you. with the adults. It Is moreso The public Is cordially Invitedto

Keep in mind the musical extravaganza tickets $2:00: and for children a delight when the youth: all of our services and ac- ,
ST. JAMES BAPTIST take Youth Day. These tivities.
call the presi- over on
which will be You
spon- $1.00. may Rev J. L. Johnson, pastor teen boys and girls don't whis
sored by the No. 2 Junior choir, dent Bro. Mack Grave for Information -
Sept. 15 at the church. The pub concerning the tic The St. James Baptist Church, per when they sing praise to
lic Is invited to attend. The kets. 323 NW 14th St., will celebrateIts the Lord. The church thinks ship on Youth Day. Youu will
will begin at 3 IJ m. Continue In prayer for the anniversary from Monday, they are most wonderful kids have to come back.
program sick and those who are grievedover Sept. 16 through Sunday. Pastors anywhere! In your nightly prayers don't

,Remember to pray for o u r the lost of their loved I and their congregations Visit St. James any Sun- forget those who are bedrid-
sick and shut-ins. ones. I will be on hand each night. day, but make Ita, point to wor-I den or home bound.Men's .







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PAGE 12 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1963I DEATHS Macieo Cornelius Roundtree MRS. STELLA R MOSLEY, 1930

M_ Jr.. of 2200 NW 72nd St., died N\V 2nd court was found dead
, L..eIl.:1.: _..__i J '&,.Ii. 11I": V Sept. 5. Final rites will tte held Sept. 3. Chapel services with

I Sunday in Valdosta, Ga. He is Rev. John Stevens officiating
CARDS ... MEMORIALS RANGE . survived by his wife, Vernice, were conducted' Tuesday ',vatf 2
, LANE BELTON ROSS Of three children, 'Carolyn, Shear- p.m. Mrs. Frances "Brown, and
17G2 NW 64th St. died Sept. 7. on, and Macieo,. III, a mother, Patricia ,Mosley, daughters, Cal
He will be remembered by old- Pearl Lee, a father, Macieo Sr. vin, son, .a brother of'.Detroit,
CARD OF THANKS IN MEMORIAL' er residents of Liberty City. He and a sister, Pearl Register. two aunts, Mrs. Verdell Bailey
and Mrs. Fannie Simmons sur
came here from his home In .
The family of the? late In loving memory of my wife I North Florida more than 40 vive. '
Emery Bass of 15831 NW 18th
; lears He was one of the
'I M charter ago.members of Mt. Tabor Ave., died Sept. 3. Services held REV. JOHN E. BRADY, husband -

'.,. Baptist Church and its oldest Tuesday In the chapel. He Is' I. of Mrs": Minnie L. Brady,
deacon. Survivors Include his survived by a brother, William. 3379 NW ,,48th Terr., died Sept.

daughters, Helen and Willie, 6. Services held Tuesday at the
Church of the Living God ElderB.
a granddaughter, Cecil Stephensand
a great grand son, Anthony J. McCormick officiated{ .
Ford. Services Saturday at 3 Francis . He is also survived by seven'daugh ,
p.m. at Shiloh Baptist Church, ers and four sons.;
NW Goth St. and 14th Ave. Rev. ANTHONY DAVID TUFP,
Purdy Brown officiating. Infant son of Mr. and Mrs.. Sam, WIbLIE-.r.JORDAN, 1242 NW
Tuff of 18312 SW 102nd place in 51st Terr., -Wed Sept. 7. He Is
EMANUEL BELL of 5021 Perrine died Sept. 7. Graveside survived by his wife, two child-
A SW 22nd St., West Hollywood services held Wednesday. ren mother and father of Louis

,a was read on arrival at Mt. SinaIHospital ville, Ga., eight sisters and., a'
Sept. 7. He was t stu- brother. Remains were sent to
dent of the Carver Ranches Baby Girl Lewis, daughter of Louisville for final rites.
Elementary School. He Is sur- Mr. and Mrs. Dan Lewis of 451
vived by his parents, Elder and NW 16th St., died Sept. 5. Graveside MRS. IDA M. 'CHAVIS; a

Mrs. Alfred Bell, 2 brothers, services held Wednesday. resident of' 2218 W. 4th Ct:, Hialeah -''
r a grandmother. Services con- for 40 years, died Sept 7.
,;' ducted Wednesday. Services conducted Wednesday
.. at New Mt. Zion Baptist Church,,
TYLER CARSWELL of 1550 Richardson, . Rev. R. C. Solomon, pastor;

-- NE 151st Terr., died Sept. 10. final rites in Slyo, Ga. Her; sur.
J He is survived by a daughter, Services for little Versallna vivors include' five'. nieces, five.
RALPH II. STIRRUPho Pauline Stuckey, three grand I I Scott who lived at 350 NW 10th nephews and a grandnlece.
SARAH L. REYNOLDSvho I child St. died Sept. 3, were held Fri
departed this life in New children, a great grand ,
York 25 departed this life Septem- two sisters and two brothers. day at 2 p.m. from the chapel. MRS. EARTHA B.' DAVIS
City on August and Rev. Smith officiated. Inter- ,
was laid to rest on August 31, )er 13, 19G2. Chapel services Saturday at 11 ment In Evergreen. She leavesa 769 NW 68th St., died Sept. 7.
in Miami wish to express their You have tfeen gone one year a.mMRS. mother Verlene A daughter, Mrs. Susie Brown.
Worthy.
thaaki and appreciation' to their" It seems like yesterday. Your LSABELL ELIZA- a son, Edward Brown, and a
many friends and neighl/ors: love will linger In my heart BETH KERR, 4340 SW 19th St. sister Mrs. Bernice Wooten, are
for their many acts of kindness forever. West Hollywood, died Sept. 11. Services for Gordon William among her survivors. Services'
shown them during their recent Sidney Reynolds, husband :Mrs Kerr had resided In Hollywood Edge who lived at 1925 NW 5th held Thursday 2 p.m. at St. Paul
borcavoment.\ about one year. She came AME Church Rev. T. C. Kelly
\ve., who died Sept. 6, will be ,
here from Nassau, where she held Saturday,,, Sept. 14 at 10 pastor.
Special thanks to Rev;
had been a registered nurse for
AJphonso) H. Mozell, the various CARD OF THANKSThe many years. She Is survived by I a.m.two from sons the Albert chapel S., He of Miami leaves SYLVESTER WILLIAMS, of

schools, fraternal organizations : I her sister, Louise Bowe of Hol- and Ralph two sisters, L'iouise 5950 SW 67th St., South Miami, ,
Mrs. Range and her staff family of the lateALMA lywood and a niece, Enid Lois Properbey of Chicago and Mary died Sept. 9. His survivors are
for their efficient services
Wallace. She will be sent to the Allen of Atlanta. his widow, Earle Mae; two
May God The bless all of yon. Bahamas for final rites. daughters, Dorothy Irvin and

Family Annie Louise, three sons, Syl
Services for Mrs. Annie B. vester, Leonard and Botfby; his
Wells who lived at 1850 NW mother, three sisters and four
: IN MEMOKIAM'
IN' MEMORIAMIn : 52nd St., and died Sept. 8 will brothers. Arrangements are incomplete -

sad but loving memory of k. I In loving memory of our be- be held Friday at 2 p.m. from .
our dear mother, oved mother, Ebenezer M. Church Rev. A.
L MRS. REBECCA SANDERS Hall officiating. She leaves to MRS. CATHERINE O. JONES
; f r ; A'ho departed this life on Sep- mourn four grandsons Charles well know Miamian of 1228 NW
1j ember 14, 1959. Dawkins of San Francisco, Cal., 67th St., was a victim of a headon -
'Each day, while we are think.deaven Frank Dawkins of New York auto accident In Osceola
:t City, Carl Dawklns of Miami, County Sept. 9. She is survivedby

[1 + I., ".. X aa I Is meant for you. Clarence Dawkins of Miami, two her husband, Thelmar; a
Our hearts keep on singing, grand daughters, Mercedes daughter, Jacquelyn: four sisters '
bother we love you. Uulnyard of New York, Earnes- and three brothers. Ser-
Sadly missed by, tine Wawklns of Miami a great ,. vices will be conducted Satur-
Mrs. Louise Roberts, Dght. grand son, Alfred of Miami.! day at 11 a.m. at St. Paul AME
Mrs. Elsada Meredith Church Rev. T. C.
Services for Richmond Davey Kelly, pas-
tor.
daughter Phillips who died Sept. 1 were
Eugene Duncombe
son
Ansel D. Saunders Bro. hel'J Monday ftom tne chapel};
tM4') j a aar Grandchildren, nieces and He! leaves to mourn a, wife, two MRS. MARY F. COLLINS
nephews .>()iis and a daughter. DANIELS, another victim of
$ M : the auto accident Sept. 9, will
R I be funeralized 2:30
a Saturday, :
?r Mrs Miriam Symonette, for- from Trinity CME Church
p.m. ,
:: FERRELL BROOKS IN MEMORIAMIn merly of Key West, for the past Rev. E. T. Brown, pastor. She

memory of the late, JJ) years lived at 1733 5th place, is survived by her husband,
wish to use this method to ex- died Sept. 11. Services Saturdayat
Tommie infant her
an daughter
;
;
)ress our deepest appreciation 4
p.m. at Bethel AME parents, Mr. and Mrs. James
o our many friends who thru Church
Rev. S. A. Cousin officiating -
Collins two brothers well
as as
your thoughtfulness helped to She
is survived by
ay. others. She resided at 2351 NW
I :nake our recent bereavement ; .. two sons, Arthur and Alfred 74th St.MISS.
:c 'more bearable. The contribu- two brothers, a sister, five grandchUdren ,
tions for the Memorial Fund f and other relatives.
MRS. WILLIE M. CARTER I at Christian Hospital, flowers, I .- D.. JOHNSON..
who departed this life September -I telegrams, cards of condolences I 2310 Rutland St., Opa-locka,
9, 1959. and other numerous courtesies I 'third victim of the accident is
,Gone, but not forgotten. extended) to us.The MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev. survived by her father, Bert;
Adam Carter, son step-father, Oliver Mitchell;; two
Mary Carter Hamlett, Family S. Atchinson, pastor sisters, Mrs. Glenn Daniels and
daughter Constance Carter, reporter Carol Johnson, an uncle and
Kelcine Allen, grand Dght, three aunts. Services
Last Saturdayat
Sunday, we had another
.. wonderful 2 p.m. at First Baptist of
IN The
MEMORIAMIn
day.delivered morning Bunche Park, Rev. M. J. Macon,
sermon was
CARD OF THANKS memory of the late ., g.M Stevens. He delivered by a' most Rev. pastor. ,,,

wonderful sermon. At the evenIng .
t The family of the late service, a very wonderful .
THELMA AGUSTA GLASSwho 'f sermon was also given by our Auto
passed August 5, wish to pastor.At InsuranceLow
express thanks and appreciation) I .
to our many friends and neigh- x 3 p.m. the Junior choir appeared monthly payments
bors for cards, telegrams and on the 10th anniversary Discounts for safe driven

all kindness shown during our ... program of the Junior choir of
---"'" Mt. Sinai of SR-22's .
FILEDIMMEDIATELY
bereavement.We. PerrIne. A m o s t
MRS. MATILDA SMITH wonderful time was enjoyed by
especially want to thank who departed this life September all who attended. Our pasto
the Rev. Mozell of South Miami, 2, 1953. said that he had a most won- Large saving on fire and home
the Greater Temple of Elks No. May she rest in peace and derful time at the national con- owners insuranceD. .
769, the Progressive Social ClUb vention. He also
light perpetual shine upon her. said that the
the Liberty Square manager and! The Family convention was a huge success Goodman and
employees, James E. Scott Association and everything was Just fine.
and the Range Funeral Sons Inc.
Home for their warm and friend. IN MEMORIAM We are looking forward to an ;

ly' services. In loving memory of other wonderful Sunday. There Real Estate Insurance' '
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will also
MILDRED S. ALLEN be a tea at the church.It .
She,leaves to mourn, a mother I who passed to the will be sponsored by the Mortgages .
Maude A. Glass, a father, Prince 30. great beyondon teachers and deaconess In behalfof

A.,Glass, three sisters, Margaret,: Gone August but shall always be 're Men's Day.Don't .. 2688 N.W. 62nd St. '
and Delores
Cynthia Gene Me-
Gill and a brother John, and a membered.Rest forget to visit and pray OX 10380A
Roslyn. eternal grant* her after for the sick and shutIn.19SAFETY3.
daughter weary fight "
family biiKlnea established
Thank you, Shed on her the radiance of thy for many yearn to givey.e,n- -
The Family MRS. MARGARET POITI R heavenly light honest efficient service. .,
Lead her onward upward to thy
who departed this life September ''place I rc> ................-.. Driven license, auto taics' and :'
Want to Sell it? 11, 1962. Were thy saint made perfect title pamphlet at thin name lo:, :.
., May she rest In peace and Gaze upon thy face "/: ..-. cation. Mention this ad and received _
I I light, perpetual shine upon 'her. M. S. Allen Funeral Home a ball point pen free.. rrTHE
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Committee MeetsThe j SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1963 PAGE 13


Elks South Florida+1 Educatibflal BTW High Made I Oversea Lodge
Cdmhiltte'e held their
first meeting:: at the home of Community School 22nd AnniversaryOverseas
Dt. E.. Johnson, 2501 NW 55th
Terr to make plans for a big- CenterThe Lodge No. 1078
ger and better program in 196-1 Booker T WashingtonHigh II3POEW wishes to thank all
Please check your weekly School has been appointed organizations and clubs who
papers for coming events as we by the Dade County Board helped to make their 22nd anniversary -
urge your cooperation. of Public Instruction as a Com program one long to
I E. Johnson secretory: ; Harold munity School Center, in the be remembered. Also Bro. Zeke
Higgs, chairman; Z eke interest of public service and Brady for the wonderful address -
Brady, recorder, knowledge.The that would live in our
FOR RENT FOR SALE nature and objective of minds for a long time. Isreal

111 b dtifuthf FOR SALE this program is to provide adults Andrews, M: C.; Labron John-
f'UItN1 tit 1 heu3I1tI
FHA term.ery': Itively :2-bed- and children of this communitywith son, E. R.
Ih. Opa-lbcka' aI !a. 1bedrMUil room CBS on best street itt: OMITS fullpricfe
3 $6,000. Live
UHfUrhlshed. $15 week 2- total access to the 3-hool
: Manor Park. See at 725 NW 49 rent free in ,.3..b e betiibotti UhfUr.hiahed. $18, l- NEW HOPE BAPTIST
.,
furnished, Sty and come around: corner to bedroom apt and make a profit vide organized county approved'
bedroom $21.' ,i&bed: our office( Life Realty, 4932. NW: 2315 NW 56 St. Term. academic and vocational courses W.
rooms Urnished $2iJ., Calt-Mlt- ..,, ; Rev. E. Sims pastorA.
NW 7 Ave. "' -
pL04371. dli5tt
kins Rental Agency. NE 4-0500) ; \ to provide a well-equipped rec.reatlonal L. Stephens, reporter
Indi evenings and ,Sunday Big 3-bedrd'om 2 bath home area for the entire Last Sunday services were
i very nice, Fla." room a real bargain community and space and facilities well attended and Rev. Harriswas
DUPLEX, 5701 NW 13 Ave., for $13.775 total. $GOO for bonafide
.Df bUdty furnished All any civic In charge of the morningand
t downtottri j f > dfrea.apt.$. efficiency corner $1,000. down $83 month. down, terms. .Phone 'A., Ben- group or, social club. evening worship. We enjoyed
utilities, $13. Call Mlckins Henla - Open JE,1-08S: 1-4 pm Mr. Karl, Realtor, 711 NW 62 St.' The following Is a list of the both messages, based on pray*
1 Agency.: NE 40500. IndfONE Werth, or UN .0-0031* Nits PL 9-5533, days PL 43431. subjects taught and the time er and faith. Prayer Is a sustaIning *
is from 7-10 p.m., two days a power in daily life. It is a
1-tJedroom Unfurnlsh NO QUALIFYING Beautiful i Nice' :3-b ed. City water. apt.3370 NW 51st CBS like new. Modern built-in different in d floor plan. You Citizenship typewriting, adult at all times. The Lord Jests\ :
Terr. Contact Mr. ,Gilbert, 3371 kitchen, garage, flat tile roof, will like this. Big carporte. $GOO elementary, shorthand, book* Christ prayed( in the Garden of
windows wall wall down, $13,950 total, terms. keeping, Spanish
NW 51st St. NE 4-4321. twning to high school Gethsemano for strength a n'd'
closets, huge landscaped lot. Phone A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, English, high school mathematics courage to be obedient' to his-;
ROOM In quiet home House is full of beautiful furni- 714 NW 62 St. Nites PL 9-5533, lyceum and general art, Father's will even unto death.
,men only,
1012 NW 75th Bt PL 8-4925. ture and modern appliances. A days PL 4-3131. food buying and preparation We are looking forward to our
. bargain at $12, OO. Payments!!! general shop, library study and No. 1 choir's anniversary begin-
FURNISHED and unfurnished are only $73 month. Life Realty, Lovely 2-bedroom home, beautiful tutoring, clothing repair: and ning Friday night, Sel>t. 27 ending -
Hollses. $10 and $12 week. 4932 NW 7th Ave PL 9-4371 hardwood floors large F'la.I alteration, clothing construc' Sunday, Sept. 29 at 3 p.m.
Children 617 )pun Sundays, room, nice garage. $400 down, tion.Recreation The public is cordially Invited,
ttlay area, N\8
I IB13.000 total, terms. Phone A. activities and to attend.
Btt Fit f 1-4620, S281BEJDROOM Ben-Korl Realtor 714 NW 62 classes will be held :
NEW DUPLEX and 2-bed- from 0-1)! Services will begin at the
I oom house, all r'ejItflL $.200rnonth St Nltes PL 9-6533. Days PL 15.in. und from 7-10 They usual time and we are lookingto
'I
HOUSE. week.
$13 lifting
, Income. WI G-llS7 1-3131, Include: Weight and see our pastor in service withIN
Refrigeratbr, stove, hot water, $13,900.() < wrestling ping pong, fencing !, back from the national con-
electric? furnished. 3-bedroom I Go 73 7 NW 41 St. Only playing cards group, slim and vention. We pray that he had a

$16, ---week.. -- .2345- NW 56 St. f'ULLY FURNISHED 3-bed $450 down for twd tHee homes. trim class, checkers and chess I,! most enjoyable trip.
tth oom CBS, FHA terms. Price is 'If you look inside them you will class gymnastic, shuffle board< : The !public Is welcome to wor
3-BEDROOM \ ,pbrcH, fire- like them, and Just $90 month badminton.For ship with us at all times. Pray
.. \ down $G8
$400 and
m\y $8,500,
,
plate, ;cart be}i used' asA rooming -* nonth. Life 4932 NW pays all. Just $14,500 total. Ph. further information call for a speedy recovery of our
house. $20 week. 5238 'NW Realty,
it.. nen-Iorll.Healtor, 714 N\\ FR 7-253G. sick
24 Ct. 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. Open even- PL I
.
((52) St. Nites 9-5533, days W
ings and Sundays. 13131.
2-BEDROOM/ HOUSE. Hot _
water, big yard. $20 a week. I HOME AND INCOME, conven- $75 down-- monthly, NW Finest 'Selections in Miami
Also 4-room house. $12.50 a tional loan, no closing costs, no I section home 2157 NW 46, BV
week. Call Saturday, 2260 NW qualifying, move right in. Screened front porch, living ,
62 St. Ph. 688-4825. S28 $12,900 down, $90 month, clean room, kitchen, storm shutters, Lovely homes OpenNew
beautiful home, 3-bedroom, 2 All large clean,
2-bedrooms. Low Dpwn PaymentsEZ
FURN. EFFICIENCY, air conditioned baths Fla. room large utilityroom condition. Fenced yard.
and partly furn, good TERMS LESS THAN RENT
large: and clean adults patio, Call UN 0-7229. Mrs.Wilson.OX OX
only 1241 NW'' 77 Terr. Call PL wall to wall carpet and drapes' 1-0160
8-9565'after', 5:30: p.m. throughout, 720 NW 71 'St Ph 1335 NW!41st Street

LOVELY i j PL 4-6133 Drink vending machine Good Owner pay closing costs on this lovely 2-bedroom,

.to 2-bedroom stores! and home buses, convenient , NO CLOSING COSTS. Lovely? condition, 1012$35.00 NW ((72 75 Bt bottles capacity Fla. room, hardwood floors, and carporte. $300 down,

fenced yard. $22 per' week Will CBS, 2-bedrooms, tile roof, gar- ) $73 per month. $9,000 total 1 price.
sell to right' party $100 down, age, appliances, large fenced '.
also' smaller house $20 per wk yard and enclosed front porch FOR HUNT OR T.KAHR
Street
1470 NW 46th
NE 5-5566 Only $350 down, $68 month. Life
- Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave., PL For long or short teems!', 10 Beautiful 2.bedroom, Fla. room, oak floor, plus
&' UTl ULY FURN. room -4371. Open Sundays and even looms with 20x40 hallway in month.
$300 down $76 $9,400
extras.
per
bath ings. the center. Suitable for lawyersor many
private entrance, private ,
,
Wall to wall .carpet, 1855 NW 6b doctors with a drive in door total price. ,
St. 10 QUALIFYING CBS duplex :NEW 4 BEDROOM 2 bath In .
nice location in Manor West Hollywood. Small down
on '
Culls'b 1734 NW ?3rd Street
FURN. ROOM. 1411 NW 67 St Park. Both apartments are fully payment, bank financing
:Ph. 691-6786. furnished. Price, down paymentand .:. 4-OMX. Indf Owner pay closing costs on this sharp 2-bedroom,

- terms are very reasonable.Life IIAUMNC1 Fla. room, hardwood: floor, and appliance $300
MODERN ROOMS in/private Realty, 4932 NW 7th Ave, TUAHII down $70 month' $8,700 total price
home. $7,50 each. 1545VNWbU ' 6 PL 0-4371 Open evenlngvpfl'l, Also van for moving, Free per
OX 119CO.TBEDROOM Sundays. ;' estimate. I For Information call ::
.
Dioo! )113< :,. ; i't2950'NW, 65th 'Street
I'CDS, fur, $35q. FHA TERMS 'Nice 2-bed CBS' 2-bedroom oak
uuwn. lake over payment) room CBS in Manor"Park. Font, No qua ely .
$78.74 month, No qualifying, ni. :porch j ,, carporte, large fenced floor*,.- ndl.| tile' roof.,:Near schools, shopping and
closing. 748 NW7 Terr: Ph.. yard, furnished. Freshly paint.-I FOR:RENT .bu $49Sdbwn$8Svrnonth: ; \ pay all.

7582175.ti '9 '' k-d inside month and outr pays,$300'jail.ddw'nfcnd Life ,ROOM 'I In Christian home. Rca ]& &.*!1,4/' M j -
: $63
2IJEDHOOIHOUSE}. $60 'Mt": Realty, 4932 NW 7th Ave., PL sonable. OU1-f!J37. r 4231 NW llth Place

3146 NW 61 St. WI 5-1137" .,' Sat. 0-4371. Open evenings and Sun NW 15 Ct. $15 week and Bet deal in Miami. No qualifying on this fully furnished
10 to 4 4719
p.m.EFFICIENCY
days. $18 week, furn.. Adults only 3-bedroom, oak floors, screened front porch

utilities, elderly Open. and carporte on lovely corner lot. $500 down, $89

person NW 68 St.preferred $10 wk. 2224 Times ads don't cost per month. $10,000 total.price.


' They I Support NAACP NW 77th Street ...
$18, SIX ROOM unfurn. house, pay 716
free gas and watewnquWe, 2398 I INW' 0 _ _ ___ __-J CBS 3-bedroom
- - it. Beautiful gorgeous
:
::: ::: r ;: To see it i i. to buy
61 St. Fla. room, oak and tile floor, tile roof, plus

'A NICE' ROOM;? JIta ni& man. many extra Near school, shopping, bus at corner.

Hot and cold water. 1435 NW Good news to property owners of Liberty $1,500 down, $77 per month. $14,500 total price.
67 St.NICE.
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in a 1870 NW 44th StreetFor
CLEAN furn. apt. Grove
and Coconut
nice Ph. FR 19797or City Brown's Sub home
quiet place. O4 people who want the very bet. Sunshine
NE 4-1880.: presents their finest model home. Beautiful 3-bed-

LARGE ROOM for settled room Florida room, hard wood floor, tile roof and
Co.
couple in private home. Use of D &B' Construction built-in oven and range.DUPLEXES .

complete house, call 634-7474., -

,<6-ROOM HOUSE, 3011 NW 56 LIVE RENT FREE

:St. Ph. NE 5-8976. IS NOW BUILDING, HOMES ": 3711-13 NW 14th Ave.

:NICE 2-BEDROOM HOME for This CBS beauty has 2 bedroom. 1 bath each lde.

:refined couple, no children, $20 FHA, low down payment!

'4439915.week. 1303 Mr. NW Michaels.45 St. Call ADDITIONS AND HOME REPAIRSNo 3710.12 NW 14th Ave.

' 2-h-drooms! 1 bath' each side, FHA term, low down
NICE turn. weekly rooms, hot Job Too Small or Too Large payment.
NW 17
and cold water, 521%
St upstairs. Call FR 1-6321.
. News Inc.The
Realty
1-BEDROOM HOUSE. Nice for Call Mr. Davidow at HI 8.1119;: .

two friends, good location -) ....
.couple or ( Broker that work for you)
Call .
1301 NW 45 St. rear. ., ,
443-OT15.: GOOD TINANCING' " 't 4600 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 4.0655

ROOM private home. Prefera : .t ,. i !, *1'1- uF. I (Open Sunday)
sober man or woman. :
qutet,
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'I ACE MEETS AT DOUGLAS

HAPPENINGS IN OUR SCHOOLS On I special invitation all nieffl'
Douglas is extended to cohi-
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a branch is the welfare and edll
II THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. BTW 7th Graders Childhood of young children ages
national I For further information
t,1 i PAGE 14 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1963 Plan Special PTAThe for the any office at the above!
schbolS.I .

B. T. WashingtonFor Douglas Elementary Washington seventh grade will be at BookerT. under- was The to

W. C. Cogdell, principalIt going a busy year. They are for the
approximately 2,348 stu going to participate In a read- present
dents including 614 7th graders; was indeed a pleasure to ing contest, with trophies and Action for I
Sept. 3, marked the beginningof have our District Superintendent certificates to be awarded every Officers
school at BTW. W. W. Mathews and our I six weeks. In order to win a
new are:
a year
District Director, Mrs. Ann certificate a child must read 25 Intosh ;
Operation Drop-out, which Sturrup, visit with us during I books or 2,500 pages during the Mrs.
began in August, will also havean our pre-planning session. We six weeks. To win a trophy, he Weldon ;
effect on the number of students are also very pleased to have has to be one of the busiest \ ;
returning.The Mrs. Amy Dandsky, our arithmetic readers, and his parents must sponding vey
consultant, begin plan- regularly attend PTA. M.
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purpose of Operation ning with us.
Dropout are: Speaking of PTA's, the 7th ing
1. To identify the potentialand Our first assembly was held grade teachers Invite all the kerson, forget.'A;
recent dropouts in our Thursday, Sept. 5. The entire parents of the pupils to come toa Mrs. ;
school system who are 16 yearsof family was quite pleased to receive special 7th grade PTA meet-
age or above or those reaching :: a warm welcome from Ing on Tuesday, Sept 17, at Crawford, ;
their 16th birthday. our principal, W. C. Cogdell. 8 p.m. At that time, all the activities lotte Ford
designed especially for The
2. To contact those pupils Happy faces! Proud faces'! 7th graders will be explained. branch .i
identified and when possible, Beaming faces'! This is a very Here are a few of them. the
through intensive counseling mild description of the way our I
and use of referral resources, t>atrol proving opportunities for these officially installed on 'Thursday, school auditorium every Wed-
pupils to continue their educa- Sept. 12. The patrol member nesday evening beginning Sept.
tion or training. ire Ira Allen, captain; Susie 25, 715830.: : learn child MARIAN M. DfiAN
Merrell. captain: Henry Malnor,
,' Miss Marie D. Roberts is the' Sheila: Spicer, Otis Canadate, L. 2. Reading centers for indi- To the . < President
counselor in charge. T. Orr, Robert Zelgler, .Tame vidual reading Instruction at you want
The second phase or followup London Joseph Davis, Victor Phyllis Wheatley, Dunbar and what we
Sept. 9-27, will be to contact sjmall:; Johnnie Love. Godfrev Booker T Washington on Tues- Kleiman
people who have not returnedto Powell Gerald Rahmin! Fred- day and Thursday evening 000-: I Hooker T 1 ads don't cost
school. *rick Shepherd Cornelius Jack- 8 p.m., beginning Sept. 19. Read-
Ing teachers will be available School,
Eleven new teachers have son ter, Thomas Paul Howard Jackson Michael Sylvester Car there to help your child individually to 10 pm. They pay!
been added to the staff. Theyare I 17. Don't
Weatherspoon. Richard
Irving,
: Betty Davis, Gloria Davis,
Benjamin Heidth, Henry Mc- Robert Punches Eddie: Lee 3. Math tutors to be available
Kinney, Henry Young, Senors Williams, James Davis, Samuel' In the near future. I
Armanda Concheso, Ernest de- rninnm.::. Johnny Williams, RIcardo 4. Field trIps to the Seaquar TV SERVICE AND SALESPL
Moya, Carlos Martinez and Burt Davis, David Mcfombs, ium, Dade County Junior College -
Kleiman, assistant principal for Tohn Mr-Minn DInkin Johnson, 1 Homestead Air Force 1-8381
curriculum for 7th grades and George Tames Gideon, Larry Williams, Base We do not give free estimates-Honest estimates

8th and grades; and Ezekiel Bur Isaac Styles Woods:!, George, Mary Washington Smith.- 5. Fifteen hundred books require work. Our prices are lower than others doing
director
of the
rows school., community Patricia Jennings Marcia Mc- available to the 7th grade for comparable good work. We repair, sell and rent
Donald, Emma Jones Pecola : the reading contest TV's radio hi-fi's. Our work guaranteed. Free delivery
The first PTA meeting of the Davis Patricia Williams, Prls- 6. New reading and! mathematics ,
year was held Wednesday night cilia Lavarlty Jaula Moorman workbooks to help young. .
j in the auditorium. Those present Dorothy Slaughter. Shirley Mae sters to learn. JOSEPH SCOTT
saw the new look of the Taylor Janice Ollff, Pamela All of these things that are AUTHOtU/J5f MCTOHV iII.PAIIt & SALES
I auditorium new seating, new Hutchinson, Jacqueline Jones planned will not be successful 923 NW 62nd Street PL 1.8381
floors and lights. also Nadine Alexander, Cheryl Oliff
new They if the parents do not show up
150 award. Barbara White, Laura Ann Allen
saw reading trophies and give us their cooperation.
ed to BTW students, a music Shirley Brown, Kristin We need help from the parentsand
combo from the Sir John's Robinson, Francis Irving, all interested citizens-w
Knight Beat was featured. Charin Meares, Carolyn Rhodes, need volunteers. So, all 7th EC Ytl
y Lenora Coefield
and Yvonne grade parents come out at 8
An Orange and Black scrim-
mage was held Thursday Sept. Travll. Willie Wright is the pm. on Sept. 17 and help your
'
12 at Dorsey Park. The admis- chairman of the Safety Patrol
sion was one Washington pencil Group.-The Publicity Committee. .
still on sale by members of CONTINUOUS 8KRVICRSINCE
the Athletic Association. The tits 1' 4
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students seemed to think that .
the Tornadoes also have a new She has SO PL 1.3604
look, and an Improvement over years experience
last year. fie n snoress In
I fife Have a
Wesley W. Matthews, area happy home, Ret
superintendent for Booker T. the position
Washington High and Mrs. yon want, get i Staley p "Living Service for the Living"
Madolyn Brown, area directorof out of the rut
Secondary Schools visited by the 'help of i Oscar L. Range Funeral Home
the school this week. Supervisors God. Let '
of the lunchroom were also years of expert my M. Athalie Range, Owner N. Patrick Range, Mgr.

present serving Wednesday problem in to the study cafe-the In sage hnslness help and yon We plan, guide and adVise 5727 N.W. 17th Avenue

teria. 'In OX 1-4343
work In Finest Quality Building OX 1-0131
.
Evaluation is foremost in the love. _
minds of teachers. David Ivey, Your, psychic and friends for SO HOMES fI -
assistant principal for curricu- '<< arH. Closed all day Wed. and
lum ((9-12)) has announced that will bp at the Me home, 5417 e ADDITIONS 8KK: T1IK \VORLI
the period of evaluation for the I.W. 17th St., Hollywood, Pla, (iRi AT IMIOIMIKT ,,
school will be Nov. 18-20. healing meeting every Wednen ALTERATIONS A Title Leader
lay night. 33 Years of rXperlemeIllohon '
Reading contest begins. Sept CALL BANK FINANCING ; Hunter I* well known a* r
IN
16 marks the Reading Contestat PERSON
BTW. The school library will Madam Hunter 9'if& J JmmVl@ru PROF. HUNTER
be open until 930: p.m. Parentsare If you are pick' worried or In
invited to accompany their 1657 NW 73rd St. ( 49 troubled thin I la the place to come
\ children to the library and all Don't stay In the rut, push hark ,
Miami' .
Pla.flnnday
t' young people within the vicln General Building Contractors the veil of bad luck that seems ,
Ity of the school are invited to lh.lo to 2 p.m. Offln' to hold you In your track, and <.A
partcipate in the context. Teachers boor dally 10 a.m. to R p.m. Licensed Insured advance forward by the help of
from Phyllis Wheatley Elementary Mcensed by state and county God under the leadership<< of 4 :
and Booker T. Washington Reading dally. 888 N.E. 79th Street I'rof. Hunter who has 35 years t ,?

will be supervisor of ..... .... ,-' --- --_... of experience In spiritual and .
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the program. Nettie Smith, I occult science. Make your home
reporter. happy. He will show you how
to bypass! jour enemies and get the things that life demands
NAACP for yon. Come one, come all. Healing meeting every! Wednea-
Support Debbie's ?:lr.at the Spiritual Temple of Zion, Inc., M17 8.W. 17th BL,
Playland 'vest Hollywood. Fla. 7:30 .1).18.)


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from becoming a dropout in later years. For com-

plete information call NE 4.8315 or come and' visit 6
SERVICE
with us at . .
William Pinder, Sr. I

Professional Piano Tuner 4800 NW 24th Court I
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And' Repairer Health certificates are required! hy all children 5417 S.W. I7th Street W. Hollywood!), Florida

1935 N.W. 153rd St. t mile east State toad 141 3 miles west of Hallandale' on
Opa-locka MRS. IONA PERRY, Supervisor .North side of the road. Office hours 1 p.m. to .d p.m. Sunday
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I Alphas to Meet THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.

People. SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 14 1963 PAGE 15
. Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity ,
will hold its initial meeting of
the year on Saturday, Sept. 14
Places at Georgette's Tea Room, 2540 NAACP Presents 6-Point
. NW 51st St. at 9 p.m. This will ..\ I
be a get acquainted smoker for

Things. . freshments all brothers will, old UQ and served.new. Re- Program To Aid AgenciesNEW

YORK At a meeting magazines, billboards -
...... newspapers
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ROSS DAttN TT? and George Dade major advertising agencies,
County were raisin'
ole
SOCIAL SECURITY spokesmen for the National 5. We demand recognition of
Wallace are my two natu'aldubs hell in this desegregation
and
Association for the Advance- the fact that the Negro press in
We think they missed Job opportunities mess until a ment of Colored People presented I large measure serves a substantial
their calling. They are better committee came and almost a six-point program callingfor portion of the Negro
bust our bubble.
than Bob Hope, or Jack Benny They reportedthat greater utilization of Negro consumer market and, therefore
and whackier than Jerry Lewis. Florida although we here In South performers and other personnelIn unrestricted advertising in a 1 1
are popping good aheadof available media Is essential.
This duo should form an organization advertisments in all media
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the rest! of the state we are
, and named it the still thousands of miles from A 0 .11v WR I .& MYA1I. I/f of mass communications.The G. In conclusion, we recom-

NAACP and all segregationist home. Yes siree, buddy! meeting held here on mend that within the American
governors would become Mem- I Association of Advertising
Sept. C, was arranged by the
bers National Association Q. I lost eyesight last
for my American Association of Advertising Agencies some continuing group
the Advancement of Crank Politicians Seminolk Recreation month A friend told me that' I Agencies at the requestof I or committee be established
had to wait six months to claim
: with whom we can maintain
the NAACP. The agencies
Center Hialeah disability social security. Is
my contact for immediate negotia-
Wallace and Barnett remindus this true? represented account for more
of the than two-thirds of U S. broad- tions concerning Implementation -
two
fellows playingcut The Seminola Recreation Center A. No. You should put in for cast advertising volume. I of these demands and hav-
throat draw. poker.. One had completed its summer program it right away. There is a six- ing the additional role of receiving -
jacksk the fellow high with a August 31 with awards month waiting' period from the The NAACP program also any problems that may
the
at%! holding the month became disabled tte- called for to the
night. you a new approach arise in the future.
high hahd. said, "I got Jacks, James R. Bowens acted as fore you can pet. your first depiction of Negroes in the me-
BUri. Slim with one hand in his master of ceremony. Mrs. Ethel check; but, you do not have to dia in line with the roles played -
pocket said, I got ace high witha G. Primus, principal of James wait six months to put in your by colored persons in American Mays Primes For
Jack"- and a razor. "Take out W. Johnson Elementary gave claim. society today. The demands,
lucky! the occasion. Denson If. Ham- Q. I am a gardener. Is this presented to the advertising
Ross and Wallace tried to bleton, superintendent of recre type of work covered by social representatives by Thomas G. OpenerIn
Muff the Kennedys, but they ation of Hialeah brought greet security? Neusom, of Los Angeles,
had a bunch of aces with from NAACP West Coast area attor- New Stadium
ings Mayor Henry Mllan- i A, Yes. If anybody you work
guns der and his staff. He complemented for pays you as much as $50 ina ney, follows:
This of
game poker can goon the staff of Seminolaand Sixty-six candidates reportedto
and And know calendar quarter, your wages 1. We demand the recognitionof
on. who
you Reid for the tremen- Coach Rufus Trll/le on Aug.
pool covered by social securityand '
wind are tho simple truth that 20,000
gonna all the 15 the Hams prepared for
as
housemanh dous work done during the sum your employer must report
chlps% The mer program. He also expressed them. American citizens are Negro the season's opener against
and each one n consumer
) Coach John Arnold's tough
WE THOUGHT Miami and his appreciation to the com- Q. I am a commercial fisher Therefore, the content of all North Dade Thundcrblrda. The
munity for the work they con- man. Is there any way I can future advertising in the basic
Birds 1002 County Champions,
tributed in helping to make the
pay social security on myself? media, including newspapers: to be strong again this
summer program a success If clear $400 01 television appear
A. Yes. you magazines, radio and and the Rams will have
EBENZER METHODDISTMen's
more from your fishing busi- must reflect the fact that these year
Johnny Cotson, director of their work cut out for them
Day was quite a success Seminola gave the highlights of ness in a year, then you selt-em-must 20,000,000 consumers ore represented come Saturday night !in the
last The worked file a tax return as a in every stratum of
Sunday. men the recreation program. Jimmy social inaugural event of the new
untiringly to make the day a Harris, director of Reid pool ployed person and pay the American life, that among these 8,000 seat Junior College Stad-
success. the highlights from the security tax. consumers incomes range' from ium.
gave and Q. I hire a lady to clean uj that of the unskilled laU rcr to
Spring summer ,
The total amount reportedwas for the fall program my apartment. I pay her $5.00a the highest paid professionalsand Mays must find replacementfor
also plans
$3,430.15. Rev. Aaron D. Awards presented program.by week for one day's work. Do I technicians in the American such 1D02 warriors as climax
Hall, pastor, reporter the highest Harris were for Reid pool to I have to pay social securitytax : society runner Wallace Bates and Andy
amount, $243, second, James Jimmy Red on her? Green, and Wayne Lee and
E. Martin, $208.55; third Samuel outstanding swimmers. A. Yes. At $5 a week you are I 2. In all sponsored television tackle Hob Stinson who have all
Ferguson, $170.50. Cross swimming cards were paying her more than $50 in a and radio programs and commercials graduated to higher caliber ath-
who had
given to persons suc- calendar quarter. You are required we demand. the drop- letics.
The men wish to thank the cessfully completed the Red to pay social security tax ping of present racial barriersand
women and friends who helpedto Cross course. on her earnings.Q. the immediate adoption of All is not gloom in the Rams

make the Men's Day a suc High points award for sum I'm 07 years old and earn a policy of unrestricted use of camp, as several outstanding
cess. show good promise;
doing con- Negro performers. prospects
mer play was the most valuable about $5,000 a year these are champIon -
The Infant baptism and recep-- softball player awards! were struction work. There are some 3. We demand that a policy of notable sprinter among Johnny "Red Dog"Brown
tion of members will be admin- presented by Miss Gloria Am-I months I do not work. Can I merit employment be institutedby Art Keels, 220 Ibs.
istered at the 11 a.m. service brlster. Arts and crafts awards draw social security for these all advertising agencies with. tackle, Rangy and Charles
Sunday.Let were given Uy Mrs. Ernestine months? social in their own organizations. Employment Clark and quarterback Otis Col
Thomas. James Reddlck pre- A. Yes You can get security of Negroes as Indi- blend
can
Her If these yearlings
us not forget to visit and sented the awards for the most payments for any month cated above is essential to with hold overs Lee Uohler,
pray for our sick and shut-ins. baseball don't earn $100. You must
outstanding players. you paid. jgency implementation of this "Tank" Whittier, Clarence Mar-
claim
in to get
Awards were given to persons put your program. tin, MacArthur Dell, Sammy
Church of The Sacred HeartOn who had done outstanding workas Giles, Dennlc Davis, Charles
leaders during the summer BAHA'I ASSEMBLY Ne-ro Tennie and others, the 1003
Sunday, Sept. 15, the program. These awards were Rams might be interesting to
Church of the Sacred Heart is presented by Johnny Cotson. Jack E. McCants of Tampa, a general printed media, including watch all season long.
having a Communion Breakfast. The recreation center will Include project coordinator for the Community .
'This breakfast will be held on in its fall program basketball Service Foundation in ;:;
'the grounds of the Sacred Heart and touch football. Both Hlllsboro County, will speak at THINK! ;
following the 11 o'clock Mass. teams hope to participate in a World Peace Day observance -
'4718 NW 31st Ave. Donation is county league competition. The sponsored by the Ilaha'i Assembly THINK! .
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119 Arrested For Ga. Demonstration
I PAGE 16 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1963

\ . While 19 had been arrested the 2,000 Negro students in
_!I"J "' ' -,. AMERICUS, Ga. fine each. They
'''' Amerlcus.
1 N' convicted here connection with dem-
I \ persons were in
,: .."\!,-- '".. i iL yesterday In connection with monstratlons to desegregate a The boycott is in protest
... and brutal 1
-L\\ I July 19 demonstrations, the local movie theater against the jailing
children
local Sumter County Movement King said the convictions treatment df other school -

.\....::..-.........., . .1if. ':' ,'I.i pressed economic and school would be appealed, hut that who were or are bOW being
--- . !\!. ..,.... boycotts to free those still In there will be difficulty raisingthe held in LeesbUrg, Dawson and
, 4 A stl ,4wM Jail.. $110 bond for each of the Americus, a Movement leaflet
Albany attorney C. B. King, defendants f he nineteen said. .
counsel for the defendants said youths Were tried by Judge Thirty-two children were af*
students whose ages rahged Leseuer In Recorder's CoUrtt rested on the first day of the
, from 17 to 19 years, were sen- boycott while conducting a protest -
I tenced to 30 days In jail or. $55 More than .120 persons are march arbtind Staley t JuniorHigh.

- --1 still In Jail, the attorney said, .
r.i some,, as much as seven weeks. "Our boys and girls) from 4 the!
Youth Hall News The cumulative effect of the release first through: the 12th grades
bonds which have been will stay out of school until
Blanche Galloway l chairmanof set, he said. have proved an effective every child who Is in Jail is
Youth Hall:. Volunteer Committee weapon against the free to go..,to school," the leaflet

announces that the Fine movement.. ..". Y, stated .rBuying
Arts Conservatory, establishedin BOYCOTTS GET'COUIUNJTY'
1953 and the first interracialart
: SUPPORT
school in the south under Furniture?
the leadershipof Mrs. Ruth John Barnum Jr., treasurerof
S HJ Greenfield offers Youth Hall the Sumter County Move- Experts Will Tell You To Go To
talented children two scholarships ment, said! yesterday that a public Grand Central
one in dance and one school' boycott has gotten *
; I in music or' art. almost 100 percent backing by Freight

Clinton Adams (L) of 7115, NW 22nd Street, earneda This marks the 10th season Bigr, Inventory.,Sale

Safe.Driver's, Award for driving 14 years without an I that the Conservatory offers WAREHOUSE ANDSibOWIIOOM
accident. Ronald Pallot (c) of Norton Tire Co, presentsthe the community Quality instruction Buying Furniture .

plaque as Officer Joel ,Enierick of the Safety Etfuca-) in music, dance, art a n d Expert? Will tell:You To !do To 1636 NW. 7th Ave. Ml&hli

tion Section, Public Safety Department (r) smiles his drama Grand CentralFreight l 3 FLOORS of sectional i, exqiii-j
approval. I It is a non-profit schobl for site sofas, newest modern and
creative arts, Whose faculty is
contemporary (In nylon, silks
_._ ._ selected from members of University -
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nnd naugahyde) appraised to
of Miami, Dade Junior Big Inventory Sale $$95 freight claim $185. If per...
Rn ----p:::: Migraine Headaches I College and local private studios. ,
WAREHOUSE feet, $285,' you haul $155. Other
Registration begins Saturday, WAREHOUSE ANDSHOWROOM beautiful sectionals, $65 to $125,
Sept 20, 10-4 pm at Fine Arts 1 no cash needed. .
Conservatory building, 615 NW 1R30 N.W.Tth Ave. Miami FRENCH and Italian sectionals,
Broward GOth St. We welcome this creative 200 HOLLYWOOD bcK famous $1,000 freight claim $285 if perfect -
County i program. -I makes, appraised to $149 freight $385, other gorgeous styles
$55 if 85. $125.". Large' group of love seats
News you hspulc$4$ Other fine cmak es exquisite chair, reclinera, finest' '
vomiting.Experience. but odd pieces, you haul $35, fabrIcs, velvets, silks at great
fcyWalter k A has proved that We del VeA ;!.
Howe Ip h the hest way to Correct, migraine1 lid ORfHOi'E'D'lC mattresses EARLY AmdriCah sectlon/ll/ tslJ
d w headache is to deaj directly extra firm, freight claim $35, if sofas; convertibles: doWp'lfete
with the ganglions and nerves perfect $45. You haul $30. Damaged living room suites getiulrie1
This! h best done through ohiro- $20.$16q Early American fabrics., Sacri
pracdc.inny! sufferers of migraines DINETTE sets. 7 piece, fice. We deliver
1:1: have found that Chiropractic freight claim $65, if perfect $85. 200 TILT back sofas, studio
Mrs. Dosha Curtis, Mrs. Eliza provided the only'method You haul $55. Gorgeous 5 piece couches, Danish lounges, brand
Clark and Mrs. Josephine Stra- By DU. JAY GUTIERREZ that can correct these symptoms styles $35, 3 piece sets $20, no new appraised to $129, freight
chan gave a surprise party for cash needed. claim $.t5, if perfect $65, no cash
Mrs. E. J, Clark on her birth- Migraine or bllllous headS Resolve to regain and retain $169 MAPLE bunk beds. Com- needed.
:day Sept. 4 at her home. All k'ches is a common disease and good health now. plete with mattresses, guard CASTRO type convertibles, solid
refreshments were preparedand the cause of much suffering rail and ladder, freight claim $85 foam rubber, appraised to .$695,
taken to the home along and disability. There is hardly (One of a series of Articles You haul.DANISH freight claim $185, you haul
with the guests. hny other disorder except perhaps published in the public Interest! chairs, Danish lounges, $165!
Thanks to Mrs. Virginia sea sickness that can make to explain' and illustrate the Bahama beds, studio couches, ODD sofas sofa beds sectionals,
Grant and all the missionary n person so utterly miserable practice\ of scientific chiropractic I Danish love seats!!!, 2 piece sectionals odd easy,ChfttTSJrecUning chairs,
societies of the community with killing him. written by Dr. Joy (Ititler107 sofas, high back chairs rockers, Urand, new cheap, for
May God bless you. According to some authorities whose office is located nt and rockers, cheap. cash.
i"iual numbers of men and the corner of NW 22nd Ave REMEMBER this is hew furni- REMEMBER this Is new furniture
Birthdays: Ralph Clark, Sept. 'women are affected, but the and 'Kith Mt. 1)l1on63It111.\ ture intended for thti finest intended for the finest
4; Jerome Smith, Sept. 13 He !women have so much more Lady attendant on duty stores in Flai Bring cash stores in Fia Bring cash -
trouble with the disease than money tal M iney: talks
celebrated his ninth on Sunday CASH
men that they constitute the NO NEEDEDWE .NO CASH NEEDED
the 15th at the home of his
hulk of the practice of the doc- DfiLtVEU WE DELIVER
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Buying furniture?
Joel Richardson. tors.The 1636 NW 7th Ave.TIL 1636 NW 7th' Ave.
headache Is often throbbing Experts will tell You ,to go to
ISO
: TIL ftSO
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The""Covertones" of W est as if the blood were poundIng Grand Central . --.- ... ,--
and surging through the
Hollywood are sponsoring a
Freight
Fall Tea Sunday, Sept. 15, at blood vessel and sometimesthe
the home of Mrs' Winifred amount of blood in the skin Big Inventory Sale FORD REAL ESTATE ,.SPECIALS!
Cooper, 5235 'SW 16th Court, on the affected sicje of the head
West Hollywood. Guest speaker will be increased: thnt the WAREHOUSE ANDSHOWROOM .\ *
will be David Simmons, DCT face will Uj .flushed t : and warm See these ,todaftr.tWe sup fit,*tour pockotbookli !
the .. ,* 1030 N.W 7th Ave. Miami ,
to tout i I .;j
coordinator at Northwestern I, . .' .. .
Senior High School and s J" :3 FLOORS Ifedrooms and dining -
guest In a severe:tutt a c k the"storm"
I room ultra modern in newest c
soloist Mrs. sit -
Rhoda Simmons. d
'
i, The public Is invited to come ih the that has'aprlsen and either Danish styles, appraised to $895. 1-1273 NW 51st Terrace** $2S0"down-$60.93 Mo.
out and make this gala affair a supplying glandgliotK'thet bl&od t vessels nerves of freight claim $185, If perfect CDS house. FHA terms J NeaF Grand way.. Ask for.
$285 many other famous bed- ,
splendid success. Opal Barnes, Lou. + 1''l
the neck and+ prjaln or in the and
room dining rooms com- ii"
president; Mrs. Ruth
Marquis, brain itself soon spread along
to $125.
acting secretary., the big neves that run throughthe FRENCH and Italian style bed. 2-744 NW 47th Terrace $350'down-FHA terms

neck and down Into the room and dining room gorgeous 2-bedroom, 2 batK CBS Beauty. One mortgage..
Mt. Zion AME
have Church will abdomen. There the stimulus French white and gold Fruit- Ask for Miss Lee.:
a revival
next week. causes a reversal of the wave wood appraised to $1,000, freight

The Preaching public begins is Invited.Monday night' running with this over comes the nausea bowel and and claim $285, If perfect $385. Other 3-737 NW 53rd St. Duplex. Open 1 to 6. $600 down

gorgeous groups $125. 2-bedroom ,on each side. Gooo! income .
EARLY American and contem- .
porary bedrooms and dining 4-1534.NW 44th.St. $300 Goys.$22iveek
BUILDING TRADES rooms, authentic .reproductions + "1 I
iiicrnnerpropetj
Home and : r d '
GENERAL CONTRACTORSNew brand new, appransed to' $895 : ,
Homes Your Lot freight claim $169, If perfect ...
on $265, we deliver:' 5-Brand new edroom T ome from $SOO down.VE .
NOTHING
DOWN ODD dressers, chests, chinas, "
'!Bedroom Home $4,900 large breakfronts, curio cabi-
FROM DOWN
HOMES
> HAVE $100
2-Bedroom Home $6,500 nets, poudre tables desks, odd
3'Bedroom' bookcase beds. Hundreds of
Home $8,500 styles and colors. Rememberthis
1-Bedroom Duplex $7,990 is brand new. Other income properties for sale

Best materials, good price In Miami over 20 years NO CASH NEEDEDWE 1-4612 NW 16th Ave. 3 unit building-$9,990
I ..h, Large stock of plans DELIVER total price.

V i, ;' PHONE. 226-9475 65 1636 NW 7th Ave. 2-1121 NW 47th Street. Duplex. $8,500 total price

'" Til 6:30 3-780' NW 55th St. 4 units, $1,000 down.

4-4502 NW 23rd Ave. 2 houses on 1 lot. $250 down

.J'' For the beat buy in town and high- FALCON FAIRLANE GALAXIE 5-1511 NW 42nd St. 2 houses on 1 lot. $395 down

est,. .. trade-in on your, old'car': (yes, I'll THUNDERBIRD 6-4001 NW 19th Ave. Duplex. 2 ,apartments $200

'pay off your old balance, if any) and down, $25 week

your choice of bank financing available ART SACKS 1 We are open Saturday and Sunday

if you see me. "YOlfll
FRIENDLY FORD 'IAN"Vl

: ''I'' still' have some brand new 1963' Ford Realty Inc.

AUSTIiyjFORD Inc. ,
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tn".rtremendou. 'savings and I'd appreci- '- :.0..

!JIIlie"! ;our ,calling me or. dropping by. 3801 NW 27th Ave!; NE 5. 311 ,569 N.W. 54th Street PL 7-2559
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