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Title: Miami Times
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Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: September 21, 1963
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Call For National Governor of Alabama . If March on Washington office, bors and colleagues. to Join authority for the Justice Department t+ I
no federal protection can be urged Marched to( fulfill their them in walks and vigils in to Intervene to pro- 1 I
found for the Negroes of Ala- pledge "in this hour of national I public places to be chosen by tect basic rights, and Including:; .
Day of MourningThe bama and elsewhere in the I grief and : ."' At the same I local groups. federal guarantees against the: f

South, the links of that chain time, It calle3{for dramatic action permeating :evil of employment; t
ten chairmen of the will extend to the national gov. ; by all Africans of good "Given such short notice, discrimination Is the essential J..,
March on Washington for Jobs ernment, Ifecause helplessnessIn Will. | Mr. Rustin commented, IOwa are minimum needed to demonstrate
and Freedom. have called upon Washington is an Invitationto depending on local groups to that government Is genuinely
President Kennedy to guarantee lawlesness in Birmingham." "What forma tills action will use their own Initiative In dramatizing concerned. ,v t
federal protection. for the beleaguered take will be determined locally", their outrage at the ;
Negro citizens of In addition, the March chair- according to fj yard Rustln, bestiality of the Birmingham Mr. Rustln reported that .he'
Alabama. men announced that they were deputy director of the March.I i racists. But we urge these. had spoken at length with A-:
calling on Americans across the But a list suggestions has I groups to adhere to the spiritof Philip Randolph, director of the
Signed by Matthew Armann, : country to observe this Sunday boon rushed to March commit- the Lincoln Memorial pledge March and president of the-
1>r. Eugene Carson Blake, Sept. 22, as a Day of Mourningfor tees and coJ) cte from Boston and also to provide forms of Brotherhood of Sleeping Car
James Farmer Dr. Martin' the slain children of l lr- to Los Angeles Included Is the activity In which everybodycan Porters, who Is in 'Washington*
Luther King, John Lewis, Rabbi i mingham. They directed their wearingof lick armbands participate." on union business, "We are Int
J Joachim, Prinz A. Philip Ran especially to the quarter "until the mvtfrdsrers are found agreement, said Mr. Rustim
dolph, Walter Reuther. Roy appeal million people who participated and punished. In their strongly worded telegram "that the Birmingham events:
Wilkins and Whitney Young, in the August 28 Marchon to President Kennedy, the points up the urgency of the"'
Negro ministers also being March chairman declared: ten demands placed before-
the telegram to the President : Washington and who pledge are we
warned that "when people can. urged to l lend: their congre- the President on August 28. A.
ed "my heart and mind and
not look to their 'government to my gations in giteht marches in There must be an end to full program for jobs and free.'
by body and
defend them they will take cities across the Country and to racist power In the United dom is needed now. Compro'
without regard to personal sacrifice States and the full force of the
defend dedicate their Sunday morning with the Southerners
steps to themselves'"The *.
to the achievement of
services: to the dead children.In government of the United may be convenient, for some
chain' of responsibility social peace through social justice required to end it. politicians, but they only further
for mass murder in Birmingham ." addition, prominent Intellectuals Enactment of the civil rights Jeopardize the lives of our
," asserted the March lead- and celebrities have legislation now pending, aug- people by the animal .

ers, "extends directly to the The appeal, Issued by the been urged U> ask heir neigh- mented by across-the-board insanity of deluded minds."

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KKK Beat St. Augustine Miamians To

' March For

NAACP OfficialsRev. BirminghamVictims I Iw

U.S. Atty. Gen. Robert Ken other leaders were accosted by
nedy and Gov. Farris Bryant Klansmen while driving down a

have been: asked to Investigatethe lonely road and forced Into a A march 'will Pe staged here
beating of four St. Augus- Klan '''rally which was, in, session Sunday afternoon by civil rights : -
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tine NAACP $
officials who,'happened nearby sympathizers 1 in memory of the
up on a Ku Klux Klan More than 300 Klansmen six\ children who were killed In
meeting ''Wednesday night. swarmed over the car and de- Birmingham o\ Sept. 15.

Four white men from Jacksonville mplished it. The occupants were The march will end at Greater
have been arrested on beaten and suffered severe scalp Uethel AME Church on NW 8tht.

charges as assault and battery wounds. $ where nflen orlal services
In the beating that put three of Other victims were Clyde will be held

the victims in the hospital.One Jenkins, a barber and vice president Roy wilkln, executive secretary a t tI
of the adult branch of the of the NAACP has' been 7;:
of the victims
was Dr. St. Augustine NAACP; James tI
invited to Ate. If he I
patUclp can ;
J. B. r
Hayling, dentist and ad. S. Jackson, a teenager active in hOt be present It Is expected
vlser to the St. Augustine the Youth
Council, and James I ,
that the nation
someone from
NAACP Youth ) ,
Council He Hauser I
another NAACP mem-
charged that he and the three ber active in the youth branch. al office in N I I
come 1 NOW Shown In this pictureare Bishop' Wnllft tell. of the exploit -
All Miamians *- white and ** of the A MBIon Church
,.- are Jilted to Join in three lending figured In the '
fight for freedom, ns they appeared l In freedom' march The occasion
. the ,sympathy wurch. i i1'Final
Murders 1 Suicide ,Over WeekendTwo !' detail on the route of on a program at Mother WAN the celebration' ol the

tfeo: raprch are being worked out AMUIon Church, New York "freedom/ Centenary" by thin.
men were ;shot to death 'Burns Is City, last week. A. Philip Randolph 'I' '
d1.b1"'a lvife, h)' a' Committee: Put now it is1! riiMiomljyution' ,\ comment orating
and a third committed suicidein Romaine and four children; only '(definitely) mown that the left, the father of the ;
a violent weekend here. Killed on' his front porchtwas procession will start from some, March on Washington Movement Iii? year of freedom building

Ernest Burns Jr., '27, of 27tO' 'Willte ELee St.James Met o 35 pollce, '}, >ffl214iNWjcsth "' ald I:p .int;t n NW :$h'p Ave..;at 4 p.m. and James Farmer COnE ti'qugl ChrlMtian! service.
NW >'43rd Tern, was killed by they are seeking Lucius M. ?Gary I -"- -- \
two shots from a .22 caliber pistol of 2344 NW 71st Lane for '
(fired by his girl friend, :Mrs. tloning In connection' wljh tue'the- IMi CuhansBiotsHaitiansI I
Welcomes f
Ann White, 35 of 1023 NW 55th shooting. f- I''

St. She admitted shooting Burns Polle Portler, 33, an ,employeof
him with another "
finding I
upon Miami's
woman. was found waste dead at department his".home,, I CUBANS? SI HAITIANS? NO! '1t1ans for entering the I coun-:
t y illegally while every week
1754 NW 5th Ave. He left no :
note but police said he was estranged I The wicked ways of the world Ing economy, hut will thousands >atload< of Cubans sail Into Mi
from his wife and depressed in which we l live were clearly more Cubans help It any? May- a ni and are welcomed with open

by falling health. evidenced this week! when 1m- be so, because ,government ms. I'I'a
migration autliirltlos here indi- makes generous monthly''hand' We sympathize* "with'* : the .

:Pioneer \Teacher Dies cated that the '25 Haitians who outs ,to the Cuban ,refugees.( , ishcs of 85,000 Cuban prison- i \
sailed to,Miami Sunday from the
j-s for freedom This country' I
Mme. Helena L. Slfontes, 85, Bahamas would be deported. Mr,Porter remarked here that has always held out Its hand'to. ." (
his mission to Cuba has State I 'I
off 3165 NW 48th Terrace
n who ,
-w' r ?ceivc the oppressed peoples of '*,,
has not been In the best of On the sam ftey It was reported Department authorization. We i
health for sometime, died at her ,' that former Congressman hope not. tfio world.
Charles O. Porter will leave for
r home Thursday afternoon. ''
It Is Inconceivable how our Let's not let race prejudice
A native of British Guiana Cuba soon to request, amnestyfor
L she lived in New York City for 85,000 political prisonersand State Department can deport 25 i dcatrop our heritage. r,
before indicated that "thousands"of '"' II
many years coming to I F
f the prisoners would, undoubtedly
Miami in the twenties.
A music teacher of note she come to Maifll if released."It Am
With Murder -k
came here upon the invitationof Eagle Scouts Charged ; : :
1 presided that. those ,
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_i jhe late, Rev. G. M. BlaCkett, : ,.'; ;'., : '10..1. ':"t I '' ) ""
who 'wanted to ctrneWould: be iterT': '
I ; .,;: wo.ewhlta*.tQen-age;Eagle and hl* brother at an
countryman and an old acquaintance. ,
W ?'. Fr. Blackett "then- given i tho" gama statin! 'asothet* Scouts In 'Birmingham, Ala., section Shots were ,fired without .,. + o
commuted Porter.
refugees, were charged with first a word.
priest at St. Agnes Church, had I pistol
organized a church day schoolat What Porter really meant was murder Tuesday In the The boys were identified a*

.;r the church on NW 8th St. at they would be given the same tilling of Vlrglf Ware, a Negro Michael Lee Farley, 16, son of
SAS 3rd Ave. She conducted the status as "Cuban refugees." But boy.The an Alabama Power Co. employeand

school successfully for many what about refugees\ whose 13-year-old victim was Larry Joe Sims, 10, whose i
years. Later she entered the skin happen not to be white? shot to death on a bicycle in father works for a department, ; ?
Dade County school system and Certainly Fidel Castro can't MJrtAirban Sandusky a few store.
Purdy S. Brown pastorof taught at Dunbar Elementary be a greater of his hours after the bombing of
,Mt. Tabor Baptist Church,! until her retirement. people than the oppressor tyrannical Fran 10th St. Baptist Church Sunday I Lt. D. W Orange' of the sher-;
will preside over entrance, day' Funeral services will He heldat cois "Papa Doc" Puvaller is to when four girls were killed. iff's Dept. ald.I both boys admitted ..r" 1i
activities Sunday when the the American Catholic Church I strife torn poverty stricken the ,,.snooting in a signed! 4 I....
newly constructed $125,000 edifice under direction of Range I I Haiti.! Sheriff Melvin Bailey of ,Jefferson statement. M" .
will be dedicated. A special ral Home at a date to County said the white '
dedicatory service will be held nounced. Fune-I We all agree that the influx youths were returning from'a "They didn't give any reason.

atj three o'clock. (See story on She Is survived by a of 10,000 Haitlatn refugees would segregation rally on a motor They, were very emotional and a

church page.) I Mrs. Mary Jane Bourne 'badly hurt our already flounder scooter' when they met Ware cried a lot," he said. ,:::;;

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PAGE 2 SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 21, 1963 GearIn y ,r q tM1y __
Contest, in High
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1057, seven young men got
together and the idea of the

Decathlon Socio-Civlo Club was

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Till BEGINNING of a school BIRTHDAY Greetings and : :: : \
year when everyone is refreshed best wishes to: Calvin Mapp, } # ;,:<.
after summer vacation and Paul Kendrick Jr., Poncianna '
ready for work, is also the beginning Robier, Monlse Miller, Miriam : (4

of the season for meetIngs Peavy, Daphne Roberts, Jaycee .' ____
or fraternal organizations Patrick, Edna J. Williams, ,4 :$
Among those recently holding Gladys ReddIck, GussIe Ervin,
their Initial meetings for the Ebenezer Edwards, Willie c
year were: Alpha Phi Alpha's Littles.
Get Acquainted Smoker for old
:and new members at Geor- Mr. and Mrs. EDWARD I
:gette's Tearoom. Omega Psi Phi (Tickles) A. EVANS and Mrs. i'y
"opening under the able leadership Mira Griffin of Detroit are visiting -
of President Virgil In the city as guests of L
Rogers, at the home of James Mrs. Lizzie Smith, sister of Mr. - ; }
Randolph. Kappa Alpha Psi at Evans. Mrs. Griffin left Friday
the Richmond Heights home of afternoon for a visit to Nassau.
Herbert Ammons. -
returned home after vacationIng JYg } / p/ t4'
MISS ANNE E. GRIMES of in the Midwest and Cana-

Brooklyn, spent a few days in da. DAISY GRAY
our city as houseguest of her
cousin Alice The purpose these young men
Harrison. Miss BELATED BIRTHDAY greetIngs
Grimes, who is an officer in the to Miss Ethel Hamilton of had in mind was to uplift the Q a '
New York City Dept. of Cor- 1490 NW 58th St. who celebrated community socially, religiouslyand > 'rV
rection, was enroute home froma a birthday last week. Miss to encourage civic pride. ( KS ''Y,
Nassau vacation. Hamilton is a member of the I ," ,.:.,'-""'- ;:.,'771o.\. _ staff at Christian Hospital. ,r; vie

]MRS CLUB MEMBERS were } 0 a ,

Blooming royally entertained Portlock at their by Mrs.first Did You See Her >MX, {

meeting of the year at the beu Labor Weekend? r
tiful Hampton Houe on Satur-

day night. Highlights of the r .":',,:prl/'...." '*'.. f' :_
evening were a surprise miscel-
laneous shower for Mrs. Fran-
ces Chambers and the birthday Top photo shows the Rev. Baptist Convention' USA Inc.
honors given to Mrs. Dora Patterson Caesar Clarke, Dallas (second Royal Crown Colo Co. provided
from left), editor of The Vole, cola and Diet-Rite Cola beverages -
official publication of the National -
Baptist Convention who for the banquet guests.In .
Thomas Orin Adams were in "spoke' at the Ministers' Wives the bottom photo Attorney
our city to attend the funeralof Fellowship) banquet held at Patricia Trivers, Washington,
their mother and aunt, Morning Star Baptist Church. I D.C., presents awards to win-
Miriam Symonette who was Others in the photo are Mrs. ners in the national educational
funeralized on Saturday. Both . W. T. Liffgins{ Cleveland, presi queen, revue contest. She is
are former MiamIans, hut now I.ntlInldt'rH': Wives; Roslyn president of the Young Women's
reside in New York City. Edwards, Royal Crown Cola Auxiliary, Young People's Department
Co. hostess"' ; Mrs. Pearl I L. Sanders of the Women's Con-
OUR SYMPATHY to the r Canton, chairman of the vention.
family of the late Daniel Johnson --.- --.- Fellowship) banquet, and the .
a pioneer Miamian who ktrkU JAY OWENSIn .Rev. C. R. Williams executive First place went to Mrs. Shir.Icy'
Williams (right) of Daytona
died on Monday. I secretary, National
sponsoring the Miss Ce- Training Union of the National Beach, representing the General -
cathlon Contest we wish to Baptist Convention of Florida
Dade County Council make the community aware of and second place to Mrs. Doro-
H our presence and to introduce thy Beauchamp of Kansas City,
For YouthThe to them these social ladies who vite you to open your fall social representing the Missouri State
have given us an immeasurable season with the Decathlons Oct. Baptist Convention. The awards
September meeting of I vote of confidence In taking I 9, at the Sir John Knight Beat were donated by Royal Crown
the Dade County Council for Mrs. Stella Mosley, 41, of :1030 I pride In our endeavors. We In- Club.
Youth was held on Tuesday NW 2nd Court, was brutally .1 Cola. Co.
evening, Sept. 17 at the North- murdered during the Labor Day
west YWCA Center. Judge Bep weekend. Polka discovered her
J. Sheppard was on hand to Install body In an alley between two
the newly elected officers.' warehouses on NW :13th St., between \
Officers for the year 10G3-64 in. Miami Court and 1st Ave.
eluded: Mrs. Mamie M. GUI, pres- Mrs. Mosley was last seen Now You Can Listen To
ident; Walter Anders, vice president leaving her home on Friday,
: Mrs. Frances Miller recording Aug. 30 about :10 p.m. She was
secretary; Mrs. Dorothy not seen again until her body
Portlock, corresponding secre- was found on' Tuesday morning
tary; Mrs. Marie Price, treasurer Sept. 3.Anyone.
and Miss Marie White as having information an
chaplain.The to the whet about of Mrs. Mos GOSPEL
ley on the Labor Day weekendIs MUSIC
Council is nonsectarianand
; asked to call Detective R. .1.
non-political and has Its Utes or leave Information with
major purpose the general wel- the homicide detail at FR
fare of Dade County Youth. The 7-7313 or FR 17030.Community .
objectives of the Council are:

and to ditions develop physical favorable and welfare maintain to the of youth moral con-; Relations All Day Long 5 A.M. -- 9 P.M.

to further awaken the Dade Council to MeetThe
County citizens to knowledgeof
the problems of Its youth.To Community Relations
help guide the Council Council, an affiliate of the Fla. On Your F M ,
program for the year 1i l3-64, Council on Human Relations, Radio
the following persons were appointed will meet Wednesday, Oct. 2 In y:
to serve as committee the Terrace Room of the Biscayne .
chairmen: Mrs. Joshua Wells, Terrace Hotel. I r. :: 93.9 WMVJ ,
membership; Mrs. Marie Price, Louis Mitchell, the new. executive -
finance; Mrs. Elizabeth Espy I director of tho Florida ."
Curtis, director of projects; Mrs. Council on Human Relations : ... \; FEATURING : '..
Clara Love, holiday parties and will be the speaker. He will .. r: -.A .
Mrs. Carolyn Holland, public I speak on "After Tokenism, :"
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relations. What?" Come and hear him and .., IRA McCALL
The public Is urged to supportthe talk with him and then let's all '''' \,.; .. 'h"Ii
Dade County Council for get behind him In order to help : :;' /:. WILLIAM MOSS .
Youth by its membership and solve Florida's human relations ,\,' :
participation in its efforts. problems. '
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I Negro Registration In The I Students Not Ready- For Competition i ''_I

Young Negroes lack the train. Lomax pointed out that the school deficiencies, vocational :'11 '

South Shows Increase ing and qualifications for avail I National Urban League has guidance to broaden professional ,::.,' ,,,,'. I ', '
accelerated and expanded -
able jobs In government and more joll openings than qualified ','
private Industry, Louis E, Lo- Negroes can fill. Spokesmen academic courses, Lo- ,
writer for the League and the max said It Is a "disgrace" for'
max, a prominent Negro
I An expected increase of 600- 000 Negro registrations In the and former college professor, United Negro College Fund, he a Negro college student to I 'r,
South has civil rights' leaders !
said today In The Saturday< added, "frankly admit that the graduate with LIJA degree : I"
predicting that President Ken- Evening Post. general lack of readiness among "only having grown sophisticated '' j
nedy will pick up importantvoting i "Even worse Negro students Negro college students will get about his intellectual' I,
strength In Dixie in 19G4. often fall to show even a desire worse, not better." shortcomings and crippled by "tIJI
The Insiders Newsletter reported .
lack of ambition.
to get ahead, he commented
today. The "most disturbing" failure Calling for "crash programs "', ,
Since WOO, when Negro votes added 'study-Ins' that involve both Another vital step Is over-
of he
provided the margin of victoryfor His the Negro colleges number, of vocational guidance and aca- hauling the curricula of Negro ,' ,I'"
,Kennedy in South Carolina alarming who think demic preparation," Lomax said colleges which Lomax :said arc '
and Texas, upwards of 250,000 can not "having won at least the legal afflicted by a liberal arts concept ,'):
Negroes have registeredin clearly, speak properly or must that "dooms, rather than ;,
more In field right to compete, we stage 'f
11 Southern states. were effectively alleged to have mastered.they' study-ins to catch up . study- dedicates." ;,,,i 'I

Between now and election "Our students, on the wholeare Ins are the "way out for the Ne- He also cited the "burning" 'i h.'
time in 1964, Negro leaders say unready for competition In gro college. need" for raising academic
at least another 250,000 will be the general American market- Describing study-ins as remedial standards.
registered for a total of about place" he emphasized., courses to correct high I
While "I am unwilling to blame) aU'of
1,750,000. Kennedy cap-
-- educa-
tured 50 to 70 cent of the failures in Negro
southern Negro votes per In 1959, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1963 PAGE 3 tion upon segregation and dis- j.:
crimination. Yet I refuse to
they forsee him ,getting 90 per I'
n abandon this generation of Ne-
cent next year. B-CC To Get lM Million Dollars gro-college students to' Negro 3 .
If this happens, the Presi- mediocrity," Lomax insisted. i
dent could win Tennessee! and
Florida which Richard Nixon Bethune-Cookman College may entail some matching provisions Urging a combined Negro-
carried by small margins as may receive an estimated $1.5 Dr. Heald) added. I white all-out effort "to preparo 1 I
L A: _____ well as Texas North Carolina,''I'' million In special campaign and The $50 million development our youth for life and work in
South Carolina and Georgia. Ford Foundation grants, it was campaign committee consists of the American mainstream,"
AppoIntment of Charles ,T. The latter were Kennedy states announced this week. Charles G. Mortimer, chairmanof Lomax said "the sit-ins demonstrated -
Williams as a vice president of which some political experts Initial sources of the $1.5 General Foods Corporation, our concern for freedom ,"
Schenley Distillers Co., a major have tabbed for Barry Gold- million would be a $50 million and a 35 member national campaign Study-Ins will demon-
sales arm of Schenley Indus- water picking. campaign launched at the White committee.In strate our concern for responsibility -
tries, Inc., was announced today House this week nnd a $15 million a brief talk at the White ."
by Lewis S. Rosenstiel, Onlv In Mississippi, Alabamaand grant to 32 Southern col- House, Mortimer called the
chairman and president. Louisiana 1 is Negro regis- leges In the United Negro College meeting "no J loss meaningful a
"Since February 1951," Mr. tration too small to help) the 1 Fund by the Ford Foun-- demonstration"!': than the HICIIVICK ,
Rosenthlel said, "Mr., Williamshas President.! Kennedy's aides have dation. August 28 march on Washington CONTINUOUS
served effectively In his written these states off' anyway, HINCI;: IfMff)
capacities throughout the vari- The Newsletter said. Bethune Cookman College
ous sales divisions of the comp-- president.. Dr. Richard V. Moore PL 1.3604
any as salesman, special sales estimated that 13-CC could receive Knights of Pythias
representative, brand develop Register to Vote! as much as $1.5 million asa
ment manager, assistant division I result of the two announcements And Calanthe
Voters registration for city
and assistant" national residents in precinct 71 will be Hose of Sharon Lodge No. 22,
sales manager. held at 0820 NW 15th Ave., 9 President Kennedy ''gave the Sir Henry Smith, chancellor, 5tax4ay ;.
A bit more than a year after ; a.m. until 5 p.m., Sept. 21, 25, 27 $50 million campaign's kickoff meets Sopt 21: Orange Blossom
Mr. Williams Joined the comp- 1 and 28. M. I. Daniels, deputy. speech at the White House, explaining No. 16 Sent 21; Sheba Tent No.
any he received the President'sCup ) that the campaign's 3. Sept 2?' Margaret Court No. Y
award for outstanding aim Is "to help) create more 33, Sept 23.
achievement. His most recent Free Park Films trained, educated and qualified Artls Parks Court No. 50) meets
assignment was as assistant Negro applicants, for jolts} Sept. 25; Lily of Valley Court We plan, guide and ndvUeFlitCNt ,
national sales manager for Mel- No. 58, meets Sept 20: Chancellor -
rose Distillers Cr., also a Schen- Beginning its fall series of At the same time the $15
Counsellor meet Sept 29. Quality liulldlng
free color movies, Camp Owaisa million
ley sales affiliate. grant to UNCF colleges -Sir Don A, Belle, reporter.
Mr. Williams is a native of Bauer announced today it by the Ford Foundation was an HOMES
Nogales, Arizona and was edu will show "Land of the Manara- nounced In New York by Dr.
cated at the University of las" and "All Around Arkansas"in Henry Heald) foundation presi Phyllis Wheatley ADDITIONS V' n
Southern California at Los a double feature Wednesday dent. '" (,
Social Club ,\ ,
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Angeles. During World War, II evening, Sept. 25. Each year the Dr. Heald said that the grant ALTERATIONS : "
he served with distinction as a Dade County Park in the Bed- to help). strengthen Negro col- The club met nt the home of )
fighter pilot in the Army Air land area provides film fare leges approved bv the founda- the president:; Mrs Whilamena HANK FINANCING f
Corps m the Italian campaignand free to the general public Camp tion trustees will 'be divided Sands at 2110 NW 70th St, on '
won seven battle) stars, the Owalssa Bauer is located: on this way. Monday, Sent 0. This was the C LaaQp
Air Medal and Purple Heart. Bauer Drive (S.W. 2G4th St.) Initial meeting for the fall and
He and his wife, the former West of U. S. 1 at Naranja or Five million directly to winter season. After business c3
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Brenda Smith of New Orleans east from }(rome Ave. Film UNCF, subject to matching from meeting and tentative plans for
and their three children make time is 7:30 p.m. other sources on a two to one the coming year were discussed
their home at 61 Gormley Ave., .. basis. a delicious repast was served by General Miilldlng Contractor
Roosevelt, N.Y. He will make Ten million to a small number the hostess. The next meetingwill Licensed insured I 1
his headquarters at 1290 Ave. NAACP MembershipDrive of UNCF member colleges, be at the home of Mrs
of the Americas. to be selected over the next year Jerollne Baker, 1150 NW 49th 888 N.E. 79th Street' I'/ :
.. .. is now on! by the Ford Foundation The St., Sept. 23. M. Daniels, reporter. I , '
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'" "' "" "" " grants to individual colleges also .

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4 SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 21, 1963 I nrI' -:: YMCA TO LAUNCH. providing tivities and constructive a sense,, of group

',1t"'" "' ing, which is so vitally important
I' :'" -, MASSIVE CLUB'PROGRAM ; and at the Santa time, meet
,,1,1> their individual needs through
:::' ;I various recreational, spiritualand
\//< education programs,

:'::,' The YMCA of Greater MiamiIs "The fact< that 45 per cent of
\< launching a massive clubprogram the crime in Dade County is
a t', throughout caused by young people under
" II. E. SISMUND: REEVES,I Editor and Publisher will Involve thousands of boys 18 ,years of age is enough to
and girls of all age groups, was shock this community:
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor ,the Carver out of
announced today by
their complacency and bring
Member of the National Newspapers I Publishers Association J Branch executive director, Cal- them to realize that crime and
N kt vin C Hughes.
- immorality is not to
SUBSCRIPTION RATES "The club program is designed our large metrop confine ties
'ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 to provide our young people but is also prevalent Under oui-
experiences that will help themto
Entered, as Second Class Matter, August 0, 1927 at the Post Office develop a set of values based very eyes.
at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 on' Christian principles and to '"We realize that we have a
be able to accept the privileges tremendous job' ahead of Us acid
Main Office at 6740 N.W. 15th Avenuo-Phone OX 1-0121 and responsibilities)of Christian we are hopeful that"we'can get
Downtown Office: 1112 N.W. 3rd Avenue Phone FR 3-2236 citkenShip in their own group the cooperation and support
I and In community life. from the ministers, community
leaders, and other Interested<1
calls for close
Another Local University "The program relationship betweenthe a citizens to help Miami
working Jungle
BILL' DOCK FILES adult leader and the group from immorality."We'becoming.a of crime
Plans are underway for the removal of Florida Me- during their leisure time from and
morial College from the ancient' city of St. Augustine to FOR CITYCOMMISSION childhood one through their know that we are faced
teens. with 'a tremendous challenge,
the modern city of Miami.
"These area the formative "
but we plan to meet It, saidREAL
and It is during these
Although' this plan has been under consideration for Bill Dock, a businessman and years years that we can develop'within -ft
some time, it was not generally known until this week native Miamian has thrown his these youngsters lasting ESTATE
when the Rev. Edward T. Graham, chairman of the hat In the ring for the Miami values of Christian character,
City Commission electon on and an appreciation for doing INVESTMENTAPPRAISALS
board of trustees of the college made the announcement.
Nov. W In Group 3. things in Christian, decent and
In' doing so he said, "We are faced with a great deal of He feels that there should be' honorable ways," said Mr.
social antipathy in St, John's ,County' and in St. Augus- a member on the Commissionwith Hughes.
tine. Secondly we find it difficult to raise money there." a businessman's viewpointand "There are too many of our J. A; 'Summons
I experience. Said Dock: I young people with idle hands
The majority of the students come from Palm Beach, "So much has been contributed and idle minds during their leisure 1899 N.W. 53rd St.
Broward and Dade Counties.The to this cltv by local businesses -I time that have a way of
i= both large and small, getting into trouble, if for no Miami 42, Fla.
transfer of this college to Miami has been receiving -I It is a time a seat Is occupied reason other than to escape
favorable comment. on the Commission as!l a symbolof nom sheer boredom. NE
: the Important role played \Jy: 4.6875Indf
The city commission not only favors the venture but the businessmen in this com- "We feel that the YMCA can
rid them of their boredom by
has asked the county and other government'agencies for munity.
their Dock is running on a ten- -. .L __.....,;..................., ..t'W\IUt }'':), --',,..,
cooperation.In plank platform which promisesto .w.u.t r'1 < _i:
improve local conditions
Miami'the college will become a university. At the erally.The. gen-

present time,:.the enrollment i is 341 with a faculty of 35 40-year-old son af a pio- L
and administrative personnel headed by Dr. R. W. Pur- neer Miami family, operates his What's Our t
own business, Bill Dock Cars
year. < and Service, Inc., Is an alumnusof "
The institution is 70 years old. It will be a loss to our University of Miami and a '

oldest 'city,;:.but,might be a gain for the institution ,and for Management graduate of the School.General Motors I

Dade County's education system.Birmingham's. He has served as a member PLUS?
of the Miami Planning and Zon- Big
ing Board, the Chamber of ,
: PlightIn Commerce, March of Dimes, ,'"
American Red Cross, the Bet-
Birmingham, Alabama, on Sunday, four Negro ter Business Bureau of Greater
children attending Sunday School at the 16th Street Bap- Miami and was a charter mem- FAIR\ DIVIDEND' RATES?

tist Church were''hurled into eternity by a bomb that des: ber Hospital.of the Variety Children's ; . CURRENT 4'/8%!

troyed the building. That was a dastardly deed but it

must' have satisfied the hurler and his ilk. WMBM Announces ,,1 LOW COST HOME LOANS? .
"Vengence is mine saith the Lord. I will repay." '

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That is satisfaction the bereaved parents of those 1490 Jackpot YES1.L.

children can rely on. One of them, Carol Robertson, 14, I
'was buried on Tuesday afternoon from St. John's AME Winners

Church. The other children were buried on Wednesday PLUS. '
WMBM is proud to present the . ,,
On the Birmingham scene was the Rev. Martin results of the 1490 Jackpot Con r
Luther still test that has been on the air for I I
King, pleading for non-violence. He told his about three weeks. The follow "
people he was still convinced that non-violence is the only ing is a list of our big winnersand EQUAL JOB OPPORTUNITIES ",.

way for an oppressed people. He disapproved of retali- the'prIzes that they'won; FOR ALL! ';: \
tory demonstrations. Ethel Uraxton, 1621 NW 12th '
place, apt. 2, a toaster. .,.", "
Local"statc,, ,police. and FBI men are investigating the Maxie Glover, 2GO NW 8th St., MORTGAGES WITHOUTDISCRIMINATIONI ( ,
bombing.The. apt. 8, a room air conditioner. .. ,
I Mary Johnson, 358 NW 20th I i.
blast"blew hole in the face; :of.' a' picture of Christ, blowing his head I Martha Store, 2144 NW 76th 'i \WHEN YOU DO' BUSINESS :-'H. 1 I :
away. St., a television. I I ,1
I I Clarence Smith, 1435 NW, .
Ye Editor.'thinks there, is good reason for laying the : Gist St., apt. 31, a radio.l J\% YOUR 100% 'INTEGRATED. I'
blame for Birmingham's racial trouble at the feet of Ala-!I Ct.Corean a toaster.Roberts, 1532 NW (->th' ' j

bama's Governor, George C. Wallace.In Matlse Deas, 1432 NW 1st Ave., 1 ROOSEVELTSAVINGS
Miami we are going to have a march. A peacefulone $19.Cynthia Williams ..
2131 NW
of course. 65th St., $14.00.Charles .
The Rev. Theodore Gibson, local president of the Hayes, 3615 Franklyn & LOAN ASSOCIATION

NAACP announced the, march for Sunday 'afternoon, followed . Ave Cynthia, a radio.Williams, 2131 NW ,
,by a memorial service in memory of those six in- 65th St., a toaster.
nocent souls killed when the 16th Street Baptist CHurch Dorothy Jackson, 2150 NW
was bombed., 69th Lane, the Jack Pot Prize:
H4 acre tract of land, a TV set, 1iIih
Further information about the march will be found a room full of furniture, $49, a
elsewhere in this issue of the Times. room air conditioner, 5 AM FM ;
radios. I I

We are happy to Inform you .
Race Scrap that WMBM will have many 'JOHN B. OIR. JR. ElMER A. WARD /
more new contests with wonderful CHAIRMAN
was an unfortunate incident at the Drive-ir prizes to be won start- ; 'f
That Ing very shortly. Just keep .... :
:!:on Monday night when In a scrap between white

art& flfero: youths ono"of. ,the forxnfer.jj a'jshot'and ha.d to your on your dial radio WMBM"t\\Winner's, 1490 e ACCOUNTS" INSURED 'RESIDENT".ti I
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be..hospitalIzed.If' lWUvfc.V'* i Station. '; *, ( $10 ITJ iN OI !t.:f!.'r I
... A THEi ED A UOOVr. .
,the report that a. Negro remarked that that had '

something to do with Birmingham, then it was, a silly and Miss Cora LeeHumphrey :
sad statement. Let's, hope' we do not hear anymore expressions OPEN: j

like that. M.l..Tkvra* ) s.M..4 .... h'
Is .an operator at ..., 1 0 a.w..S p..,., 4
fc IOurrhear'ts' burn when we think of what has' Pearl's Artistic *.!?9..........
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CARVER 18-13 presents Clyde KUIen's triple attraction Knight Beat this : ,,'F,

The Northwestern Bulls defeated -
weekend. Held over this :
the Carver Hornets Fri- : :
day night by a ,score of 18 to week . 1:1':Jj
13 before a crowd of 9,000 fans MISS HOUSE ROCKER
at Miami Stadium.Northwestern .
won the toss
and elected to receive. David YVONNE fAIR
McDaniels ran back the open- ak;
Ing, kickoff 46 yards to put the Of all the "Going to Straighten up'9 !
ball on the Hornets' 19. Sam Anderson # You must hear her new ar-
halfback carried It over F : ,
of "Frankie andJohnny"
In two plays. Englishmenwho _I rangement 1
The Bulls' line, possibly the and '"Stand By Me"Plus
biggest in high school compe-
tition composed of Marvin Car- drink gin.
son, William Burley, Foyer Fisher . r"eJ5 Mico Blanco"WORLD'S
Roger Finnie, Kenneth Miller -
and Roy Wilford, captain, how i
for a combined weight of 1,335 many
pounds played fine defensiveball. LIMBO DANCER"

drink Gordon's/ Clyde's offering $100 to
'-;, -'rP-
r:;'. " "' anyone who' can' go under
the limbo, poles lower than
F5 Mico.; (We have two challengers -
5 for Sat night.)
/ of them. And it's been that way Last week's. failed '

Most years.To be blunt about It, Also an all-star show with I

q8 Gordon's is England's biggest selling ginas the Sir John Dancers, Bobby !
it is America's and theworld's. '-' Marshall, M.C. and Frank

Why? Probably '" 3 A DuBois Band.
\dm. Fri. & Sun. $1.25
because we have always J Saturday $1.75

refused to tamper with a *,-. ....
good thing.Gordon's still .

harks back to Alexander ..

Cordon's original a
formula conceived in '
4MODUCT A r"ss
London 194 years ago- ,
so its distinctive dryness DISTILLED
and delicate flavour IONDONDRY

remain unchanged and ?-?GIN.,,,
unchallenged to this day.

Later in the game Alfonzo AskforGordon'sbyname.
"Chico" Gilbert, an outstanding
junior quarter back, led the
Bulls to another score when he OF U.t,A.BISTtUU LONDON DRY DIN 100X NtUTRUIPIRtTS6ICTIUCO ,
completed a 35-yard pass to FROM. CRAW M MOOT.GORDON DRY GIN CO...LTD LINDft M.J, sr
Cecil Nixon, junior flankerback.This .
set up another score, and
Sam Anderson carreld for the

the fourth quarter Gilbert x
completed another pass for 41
yards and a score to Feddle
Alexander, end who managed to Finest Selections in Miami I
get by Carver's scondary. Gil- J JS
bert's passing average is 75 n i
per cent. Lovely homes OpenNew
The rush on Carver's Pol tier )
Low Down Payments
set up several interceptions
two of which Roy Wilford f I
Jerry grabbed. Harold ,
Ross' alertness accounted for a 1335 NW 41st Street
fumble recovery. The Hornets Owner this 2-bedroom
pays closing costs on lovely ,
scored The Bulls twice play on long the passes.Pompano Fla room, hardwood floors, and carporte. $300 down,

Tigers on Saturday on the $73 per month. $9,000.. total price. .1
Blanche Ely's home grounds. .

1470 NW 46th Street ,

Grambling Mourns Beautiful 2-bedroom, Fla. room, oak floors, plus i'' ,. .... 1

Death of Pro many extras. $300 down, $76 per month. $9,400 MICO ,BLANCOAlso !I
Rookie total price.

GRAMBLING, La. The sensational Parisian Dancer. ,' 'J
Grambling College campus was 1734 NW 53rd Street :.
stunned last week over the untimely '
f.II f..
death of Stone Edward Owner pays closing costs on this sharp 2-bedroom,
Johnson, ex-Tiger football and Fla. room, hardwood floors, and appliances. $300
track star. down, $70 per month. $8,700 total price.
The first reaction was one of z
disbelief. Coaches were speech. 1
less, and the spirit of former 2950 NW 65th StreetNo

teammates sagged visibly. qualifying on this lovely CBS 2-bedroom, oak 55
Johnson, 23, died In Witchlta, )
floors and tile roof. Near schools shopping
Kan., Sept. 8 from injuries suf- J1I
fered in an exhibition game between buses. $495 dOwn, $85 month pay all.
Kansas City and Hous .

ton.He was labeled one of the 716 NW 77th StreetTo
bright new stars in the American see it is to buy it. Beautiful CBS 3-bedroom gorgeous I
Football League. Fla. room, oak and tile floors, tile roof plus

like Coaches an affronted said he rhine performed In exhibition many extras. Near schools, shopping, bus at corner. (
Frames with. the Kan- $1,500 down $77 per month. $14,500 total price.
sas City Chiefs. .
competition.Johnson reveled He In held top flight the 1870 NW 44th StreetFor w

world's record for 200 meters people who want the very best. Sunshine homes '
and was a member of the 1960U. presents their finest model home. Beautiful 3bed. ''
S. Olympic team. r, I.
floors tile roof and
Johnson took the success In room, Florida room, hard ,
stride lut'seemed' to wear an built-in oven and range.
air of, perpetual apprehension. - 14
,. always" ,In.a..hurry.Sril . t ( ,:DUPLEXESLIVE' 'RENT FREE'

, ?:.W? Tm I' *fflffWARr t :"T 3711.13 NW 14th Ave.

"His death Is a deep personallo This CBS beauty has 2' bedrooms. 1 bath each side.
5s to me."
Coach Eddie Robinson said FHA low down payments
"Stone was thoroughly at homeIn 3710-12 NW 14th Ave.
track or football uniform.
Professional a football would have 2-bedrooms, 1 bath each side, FHA terms, low down

been an avocation and a voca- payment., .. ..
tion for him. A
"His death Is a tragedy for .'
the entire Grambling College News Realty Inc.. ....-.... if''. .. "
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Robinson and Williams headed M (The Broker that works for you) GEE GEE LETANGEComing ,

coaches a delegation, players, of student Grambling gov- "4600 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 4-0655 direct to you from Greaco's Brlsto on the .,

ernment representatives, and (Open. Sunday) Left Bank in Paris, France. I IL
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I SEPTEMBER_ 21, 1963 _PAGE aasas 7.

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I"r As All-America Prospects : "!n"" 11'1 i I

People. . ... t\ .,!,: II 1' : ',

RADNOR, Pa. Twelve Ne 1963 Eastman Kodak slow- touchdown last season. '

eInl gro players from as many col. motion game films. The final Carl Eller, giant Minnesota Places. . ,I 'r..",' ',
leges 59 choices will be announced exclusively tackle from Winston-Salem, N.C.
were among gridironstars I
in the Nov. issueof brilliance
named 1903 All-American 30 whose 1962 was over-
favorites TV Guide. shadowed only by the peerless
today by the Americancan Things.
Football Coaches The other ten players are: play of Bobby Bell his fellow .
Association Roy Jefferson, Utah end from tackle, who was named to the ..,.. _.. _ '
"'. 4'...,,,__..,,, -- .,...
Campton, Calif., who snared 17 coaches All-America team. ..: .Qa 'The gilt-edge roster was aerials for 336 yards and three Junior Coffey, Washington interferenco''of parents, we wenton
the bomb-
announced in the current issue touchdowns in 1902. fullback from Dimmitt, Tex., to our next assignment,
Sept. 21 of TV Guide magazine Gale Sayers, Kansas halfback who scored eight touchdownsand ing of IGth Street Baptist Church thinking that willowy girl signal
'by Woody Hayes, association from Omaha, Neb. who ranked averaged 5.9 yards per was done by fiends or monsters caller had potentials, but
president and head coach at chlrd in the nation In rushing carry in 1962. Junior, a Junior, nom Uie outer world It doesn'tseem she will awake one morning and
Ohio State. last season with 1,125 yards asa was nominated although he suffered possible that human beings realize that she's a fair maiden -
: sophomore. a fractured leg in a pre- could stoop so low as to ,
and closest she'll get to the
The nominees Included two season drill toss 15 sticks of dynamite Intoa
Browns wil-o'-the-wisp Wil- Marv Woodson, Indiana halfback crowded Sunday School class gridiron Is being a raucous cheerleader
lie, a halfback who led Nation. from Hattlesl/urg, Miss., Wally Florence, Purdue's gritty decapitating one and killing !
al champion Southern Califor- whose versatility as a runner, guard from East Orange, N.J three.
nia in rushing last season with blocker, tackler, punter and who was voted the Boilermak God works In mysteriousways. OUR HORDE of readers,
555 yards, and Bob, a granite- placement kicker won him an ers' outstanding lineman of the Our arms are too short to when this column appears '
hard guard who figures prominently !- All-Big slot last season. year last season. box with God and our fear of comfortable, relax and enjoy
!In Nebraska's bid for Mel Renfro, speedy Oregon Tom Vaughn, bone-crushing dun leave us wondering how these words of wisdom and become .
the Big 8 title this year. Willie halfback from Portland, whose''I Iowa State fullback from Troy, could such a thing happen to more aware of worldly
hails from Long Beach, Calif., /8 points last year ranked ninthin Ohio, who blasted opposition one of His temples and those affairs. Until they reach the '
and Bob from Cleveland.The ( the nation. lines at a clip of nearly six yards little children who should "suf. part where where we "beat outa
Paul Warfield, gifted and per carry in 1902. fer to come unto Me." plece"on fishing! I
coaches association, which jurable Ohio State halfback Jim Nance, hard-hitting Syracuse I That's all ho knows! Fishing!
has a membership more than :from Warren, who averaged 0.4 fullback from Indiana, Pa. Ii01'N WILL RH BOYS they fishing!
500, will pick the 74th annual lards per carry and caught who could put Syracuse back on say, but girls? We "covered" a With a steel helmet on to absorb -
All-America team after viewing ight passes for 189 yards and top !In the East this season. I I footl/all game one evening last I the brick bats, here we go.

I week in Liberty Square Protectwhere I' On sultry summer evenings
I a willowy girl ol we have been hitting the beach
14 was quarterhacking a team of surf fishing and to our surpriseIt
boys and girls- about six; of has been productive at
them. We were just in time to least enough for breakfast the
witness a well executed pass next morning.
play v/licn she "shoveled' a Packing a six-pack cartoon of
pass to a 7-year-old boy who Bud, our trusty fishing rod, the
snaked-hIpped by two would- Missus and a mullet on Mon-
be girl tacklers and sprinted toa day we went to Virginia Beach.
touchdown on the sidewalk On these safaris fishing Isn't
(that was the goal). What the main purpose for the a e
I puzzled me was there was no treks, it's mostly to 'get with
attempted! extra point! mother !nature and commune
The game always began In the wun barbecued rios anu 'tato
same spot, perhaps that was the salad.
; 50 yard line. Again We are Just not satisfied when
Slim" tossed to "Snake"Sl1ngin''I'I around a puddle of water and
I I but this time the two not a chunk of bait to toss Into
lers foiled him. lIe hit the dirt it.Such
with a resounding whomp. As outing have produced
his mother called him to the snappers of a size, groupers,
showers we saw a whiRl of dew sailor's choice and the prize
in his eyes, not because he was catch one evening was two
called out of the game: His hef. huge jacks of the baking size.
ty, 30-pound tacklers hurt his We imagined if we had gone r
pride! out to concentrate on fishing
r Everyone played sixty-second; we would not gotten >a nibble.
football even the HI pup who We cast out, set the alarm, then
nipper! at the runners heels! go back to where the happen-
A few parents caught their ings are sopping beer and
daughters In the midst of atoufi'down munching on hot ribs. Zing! I
( play and were side A fish has hit. We do 15.0 dash t
lined! to the water's edge and -
Interviewing an 8-year-old tomorrow's breakfast Is in the
I barebacked, 50 pounder, he said bag!
of his sister: HAw, she's Just a Try it sometime. It's fun But
tomboy and won't let me be he sure to take some beer. Who
quarterback" ever heard of fishing without i ia
With the game broken up by round of suds?

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YMCA: SUMMER CAMPERS Also shown In the group, W. Weaver, Benny O' erry,
Pictured above are the happy along with the leaders and Jefford Smith, Charles Lock- STAR MEAT MARKET
and leaders
who faces attended of youngsters the Miami YMCA campers is Charles Hadley, a hart, Miss Blanche Galloway
memlkr of the Camp Committee and Dr George Simpson. a.
Residence at Lake Placid
Camp of which Mrs. Susan F. Harris .
Carver Branch 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
sponsored by the Is chairman. Other mem- \ I

A total of 33 youngsters pass. of the Camp Committee are Advertise It Pays! .- ... ,
ed the various swimming tests Mrs. Edythe G. Harfield, Oscar ::'L t-
offered by the YMCA in the

beautiful water of spacious (THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE/
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SCry riflery, arts, camp craft campfire than others doing Fresh Meat-Low Prices
track and field nature lore, require work. Our prices are lower .
softball, ping pong and other comparable good work. We repair, sell and rent
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Jacqueline Building' at. There's policing going on THE
BROWSIN' 67th 68th Sts. on 15th Ave. over just how those amend-
was all draped} In black this ments are placed on the ballot SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1963 PAGEDsent
By PAUL HENRY week. The draping was done for the November election.
..ooc> ... by the National Exterminating There's been a change In the -- --
Co. Nuf sed! order and there's some oppo- back. If they are sent back New York's program to recruit -
Well at least one city commissioner sition to the change made by of Southern
knows he will be opposed Metro. the chances are they will lie graduates
In the November 5 election. Seventy-five thousand hand- deported to Haiti and then, it'sa Negro Colleges for state Jobs
Bill Dock, a car dealer has bills .reminding folk that they question as to whether they : has stopped. The state Civil
qualified, he will oppose Com' should or must be registered so The Jewish New Year 5274 wU1, urvlve. Service Dept. said that of 385
missioner Joe DuMond. as to to be in a position to vote known as Rosh Hashonah, Is applications last year only nine
at the November and future elections being observed and as usual u passed the state's professionalcareer
-death of Polle Portier on were printed and distri- business places are closed. The In Salinas, Calif., a freight test.

Monday is believed to be a sui buted this week. period ends on or about September train..wlth collided with a bus loaded ' ..--.-.-..-..-..--..-...--- -
cide. He was found dead In his They give information oh 24 with Yom Kippur, the Mexican farm workers
home, at 1754 NW 5th Ave. how and where you go to reg day of atonement. Happy New killing 28 and injuring 3. FOR SALE
Portier was an, employee of ister. Year.
the Waste Department. rumored that 10,000 Haitians -
North Miami BeachNE
Cuban refugees continue to would like to come to
Remember there are still, believe come to Miami. Miami. Certainly we could not
The city commission on Mon- it or not, places where accommodate that ,many.If 151st St. & 14th Ave.
day ordered a complete studyof Negroes cannot vote. It's shame-
city zoning with the idea, of ful to say It, but It's true. t A group of Haitians arrived
helping businesses Al1at: would In }Miami white and Negro from Nassau, Bahamas, seek- you missed reading, "Who 2 houses on each large lot
tte: affected or removed becauseof urge qualified citizens to reg- ing refuge. Reports are they Threw The Bomb?" in the Mi-
the expressway. Rezoning of ister and vote. came in illegally and might >q ",unjl IfljwUd> : 't>n Wednesday morn- 66'x 132'feet" Features
certain areas Is to be consider-- ;lng' yd\ "*really missed an inter- w
ed. estingN story It was written, by 2 large bedrooms, den,v kitchen
,A ty. Charles Jr., living
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$6900I minced no In telling
15th Ave. Is doing some remodel. I.threw the bomb lIe gaid'wq all utility room.
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the Cotton Club. A change of I
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1 p.m. Monday thru Friday. I
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Ponder Is program director.On .
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Rev. S. Atchison, pastor
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1963 Constance Carter, reporter Chest x-rays will be availableat The sum of $53,748 has been
Last. Sunday, we had annother the following locations for all divided between Bethune-Cook-
wonderful day. Both sermons Dade County residents 18 yearsof man College and the Sarah Hunt
Mount Sinai Chapter Were delivered by our pastor. age and over. Methodist Children'S' Home, according -
to the terms of a former -
His were:
I The Christmas Seal Mobile x-
Trough Daytonan's will ,
"Must Go and "I ray unit of the Dade County
The In the form of
Celebrates Woman's DayThe Want My Crown. : Tuberculosis and Health Association government bonds and cash,

Sunday will be another great will be located Thursdayand came from the half million dol-
star that led the wise I make this day a success, also daly, as well as a busy day. We Friday, Sept. 19 and 20 at lar estate left by W. W. Mar-
men to the Christ Child, led a the chairman, Sis. Classic Por- will have our annual Men'sDay. Florida State Office Building, shall, who died In 1014 at Hard-
group of beautifully dressed ter who Is the assistant matron. The men will be at their 1350 NW 12th' Ave., from 8 a.m. wick, 'Vt.DCC's.
matrons at 6410 NW 15th Ave., Matron B. Louise Rolle, cochairman best that will be their to 11 a.m. and 12 noon to 3 p.m.
day. Dr. Rich-
Masonic Hall to celebrate with Others, Sisters i
Worthy Matron Bell White and Gladys Nathan, Minnie Blase, The speaker of the morning Monday and Tuesday, Sep{. ard Moore, ,said last night that
Worthy Patron, Rev. T. A. Rolle, Connie Armtead, Leona Pace, will be Rev. Tanner, and the 23 and 24 at University of Miami Interest on the bonds, amount-
their 2nd annual OES Woman's Susie Simmons. afternoon speaker will be Rev. Student Health Center, 5513 Ing to about $1,000 a year, will
Day. For they saw the star and Foster. Merrick Way Wednesday, Sept. go Into a scholaship fund for
came. The theme was Eastern May God bless and keep you Remember that the doors of 25 at Gulf Service Station, SW such a "worthy girl." No candi-
Star Women in Action. Presid- all under the shadow of His Mt.\ Calvary are always open to 8th St. and 55th Ave. Thursday, date for the scholarship has
ing as moderator was Matron wings. you Also, don't forget to visit Sept. 26 at Airways Convales- been selected as yet, he said.
Mary: Monroe, the panelistswere the sick and shut-In. cent Center 775 NW 13th Ave.
Matrons Lillian Pleasure, Friday, Sept. 27 the Unit will be 10 a.m. to 1 pm. and 2 p.m. to
Ellen Taylor, Gertrude Latti- TRANSFIGURATIONEpiscopal located at National Brewing Co., 5 pm.
more who did a beautiful Job BETHEL BAPTIST C37 NW 13th St. The hours for Breathing tests are discontinued -
on the subject, "OES Women inAction ( ) Monday through Friday will be I until further notice.
." Matron Eliza S. Bui-, i 14'r. Elisha S. Clarke Jr., vicar Rev L. R. Ross, pastor
lard read the scripture, Matron Sunday: Matins 9 a.m.; solemn Bettye Nolton, repotter
Rosa Lee Johnson lifted the of- Mass with procession and Richmond Heights SEE THE WORLD'S
fering. The assistant 'grand Church Bethel will observe Its 7th GREAT PROPHET
sermon, 915: am;
matron, Viola 11111, responded School, 10:30: a.m. anuual Woman's Day Sunday, A :True Leader
and explained what It means to Sept. 22. Everyone Is cordially 35 Years of Experience
be in action as an Eastern Star. Since our church attendance Invited to attend this event. The Bishop Hunter Is well known '.11'"
Other matrons present were: the Cook's Kindergarten speakers for the occasion are PROF. HUNTERIf
us outgrown
Jessie Giles, Irene L. Harrison, Mrs Lynette Pennington and l (-, rsv
Marilyn Owlford. we are proud to an- Mrs. Mildred Clark, morning you are Hick, worried or In
lounce that our church services and evening speakers, respec- troubled this Is the place to come
The officers and members of vill be held at the Rainbow tively. Do come out, you will Don't stay in the rut, push b Mt. Sinai Chapter do gratefully ,'ark Elementary School Cafe- be glad you did. the veil of bad luck that .seems'"
thank everyone who helped to .orium. This will allow us more to hold you in your track, and! Ya}
!pace for our service and especially I advance forward by the help, ..(
our seating capacity SALTERS ,CHAPEL AME God under the leadership .>fProf.
NEW HOPE BAPTISTThe The address of our new loca- Rev. H. J. Benson, pastor Hunter who has 55 yean
Lord is light and m> Ion is 1890 NW 151th St. If you Flossie Marshall, reporterThe of experience in spiritual and ::77 /
my ..
;et lost come to the vicarage, occult sc' 1 ence. D1ake your houIe -- ---
fear service
whom shall 1 started at 11
salvation ,he school Is a half a block a.m. happy. He will show you now
of life with the Rev. F'. A. Allen
The Lord is strength my rom there. We want to thankIr. pre- to bypass your enemies and get the thing that life demands
of whom shall I be afraid? siding elder, In charge. The men I II I
Cunningham of Cook's Kin. choir for you. Como one, come all Healing meeting every Wednesday -
Our pastor was at his best In lergarten for renting us his direction sang beautifully of Mrs. Clara, under'the Un- at the Spiritual Temple of Zion, Inc., 5417 S.W. 17th SU,
last Sunday morning worship. > We are most grateful. I derwood. The service Vest Hollywood. Fla. 7:30 u.m.
was won-
We were very happy to wel- Father Clarke has reorganized derful the
spirit high.
come him back from the Na- he school and staff. The staffs I
tional Baptist Convention. He as follows: Superintendent, I Our visitors for today were
related some of the high' pointsof harles Taylor; assistant, Rich Mrs: F. A. Allen, along with
the convention and felt that .ird Miller; teachers: Verne Tin. her husband. She Is the First
it was one of the best yet. It cer, Olive Pender and Clara Lady of the Miami District MIs-
had accomplished much financially Wilcox and Ebenezer Edwards sionary branch. Mrs. H. J, Ben-
and spiritually for o u r The St Veronica's chapter son as her host. Along with

people. vlll have a Night of Games on4'riday Rev. Thigpen, Rev. Archie Gal. ,
Choir No. 2 Is to be commended Sept. 20 at the home of Ion and Bishop W. R. Solomon
for the wonderful song ser- irs Maude Moncur, 15910 NW Kings Town, N.Y.
vice they rendered. They are ilst Ave. The public is cor- The members
invited. Mrs. Jane Lp\vi* of Salters Chap
moving forward- under the leadership lially el l me looking forward to a
halrman. s
Grant +
of Sis. Rebecca great and successful Woman's

Sunday night 'worshIp was a There will be Corporate Com Day the fourth Sunday in October 5417 S.W. 17th Street W. Hollywood!, Florida
memorable occasion Our o w ); nunion for the EYC at the 9:15: under the direction of 1 mile east State Road 144. 3 miles west of Hnllnndalo on II
Bro. C. H..ecves.' whom God called ,.m. service. All of the confirm..d the chairman, Mrs. Carnealla North side of the road.,Office hour 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday I
to the ;ministry delivered a teenagers of the church are Glenn The first lady of Salters I to 3 ,..m. Licensed by State and Count)'. Readings dally.
most Informative and spiritual irgcd to be present. Chapel for Woman's Day.
He chose for histheme"
message. '
Prove It." We are pray- Now that we are in a n e 'w

ing Bro. for Reeves continued and God success will bestow for- ;jcation uild to we resume expect their our responsi-ushers @)@) @) @) @) @) @)

his ,richest blessings upon bility. Mr. Eugene Duncombe,
jr., president.Our / \ /V4 l

him.The church at large was filled vicar will leave on Mon-
with power of the lay attending the annual clergy
and the No. 1 choir left noting conference at Camp Wingman,
to We desired In song service. Avon Park. ,: franklin

We say to our many friends The public Is cordially invited
and visitors we were most hap. ;o all of our services and ac-

py to have you worShip with us .ivitles. @l
and witness stirring
servicel! Ybu 'are always wel- federal I

come. Dugie's Guest HouseThe @)

The No. 1 choir will be expecting &
you to help them cele- house of clean rooms
brate its anniversary beginning _
Friday, Sept. 20, terminating Open 24 hours NE 4-3851 ".
Sunday, Sept. 22 at 3 p.m.
All captains for the Month Seeing !is BelievingSee l t.i fiZ dy i @
Rally are asked to be present
Sunday. We are looking for- us for clean rooms :
ward to you' coming by the @) :
church this Saturday for your Jamaica Dugie, always a LL4 :
barbecue sandwich.The friends ''l.t : : @c ch t

Junior choir and Junior
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usher board will serve this Sun \

day. Let ,us continue to pray for c .: I
our sick, and shut-ins, and a 1
special 'prayer for Deacon Davis Times ads don't cost
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vtiOk'S'M Zion Plans Woman's DayThe 1

members of the Mt. Zion ure having a car wash In various !- i'
Baptist Church are making areas of the county. Tune ,
great plans for a successful In to WMBM for the announce
Woman Day on Oct. 20. The ment of the location for the car
careful guidance and planningof wash. ,I
,. 4'' the co-chairmen, Mrs. EUythe The official launching of the '
Barfleld and Mrs. Leatha wil- drive was held on Sunday, Sept.
lams are being executed by two 15 at the home of Mrs. Mar-
congregational groups. These jorie Johnson at which time the
1 1R groups are divided Into the captain's tea was held. '

.IwKfffqA, J Army and Navy. Within the two
major groups are smaller units All of these efforts are being
called wants Each group has a made to bring about closer spiritual
chairman: ward captains, and ties of fellowship and cooperation
other officers to ensure Its efficient of the members and
function. Improve facilities by means of
fund raising activities. All truly
Under the supervision of Miss concerned and Interested members -

Mount Tabor to .aa Abltott, the youth are also playing will participate so that all
Dedicate an Important role In the efforts will I be fruitful.
success of Each Saturday I
the youth of the church
New *
Church rt

Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor
has blessed us in a mar- ward Kingdom building. Mrs. Christine Cohen, reporter
' Mt. Sinai Sponsors
velous way. We are trusting in
Him who has guided us all the We have come thus far by \ We are happy to have our
way to the place we have now faith. 1 Christian WorkshopThe pastor and all our members
attained." that went to the National Baptist -
Sept. 21, a sale and give-away &) Convention back with us.
of Mt. Sinai
k $
The pastor, officers and mem- at the home of Mrs. S. Butler, i Baptist Church 1110 NW 5th Our pastor preached out of his
bers of Mt. Tabor Baptist 1335 NW 71st Terr at 8 p.m. h all Christiansand heart. Theme, "The Crowd Was
place, are inviting "
Church wish the entire community ;,4 friends to join them In a Was There.
to worship with us Sunday Continue in prayer for the The No. 5 usher board will
Sept. 22 at 3 sick, shut-in and bereaved fame Christian Education WorkshopOct. have its anniversary on this
p.m. as wededIcate 7.18.Courses.
our new church home. ilies. Dessle Crockett, reporter. week Sunday afternoon, won't you
first :
come and join them for this
The beautiful edifice on the "Christian Etiquette," Mrs. great occasion. Bible Class every
corner of 17th Ave. and 66th St. GRACE PRESBYTERIANWe Clara Brooks, teacher; "T h e Tuesday night at 7 o'clock.

stands as "a testimony of what had a wonderful fellow- .;....,.. Home and Church Working Together Prayer meeting every Tues-
God can do for those who love ship service with the Metropoli. ," Franklin Clark; "Chris day at 8 p.m. Remember tho
Him, trust Him, and work, for tan AME congregation, Rev. J. Former Master tian Concern and Outreach,, sick and shut-in In your dally

Him." J. Williams, pastor, last Thurs- Rev Randolph Thompson. meditations.

day evening at their homecoming Singer to Conduct,
Courses, 2nd week:
The line of march will proceed
celebration. We admire "Church Officers at Work," ANTIOCH BAPTIST
from the James E. Scott
Community Center at 2:00: p.m. Metropolitan for its outstanding' Song FestivalThe Ilev. Randolph Thompson; "Im
perseverance and industry. the Total Program of 'WT!> NW (Ulth,t Street
led by our pastor, Rev. PurdyS. proving
Brown and ministers follow. Anniversary plans and activities first annual song festival Church, Mrs. Clara Brooks; Rev. O. W. )Foster, pastor
ed bv the officers, auxiliary, we are progressing well. All of the New Providence Missionary "Planning for Young Adults in "For what hath man of all hh
march to a new era of Chris- contestants are being well sup Baptist Church will be sponsored Church, Franklin Clark. labour, and of the vexation of
strides by Its choir No. 2 on Sun his heart wherein ho hath lab
tian living making to- ported and thank all
I we mem- day, Sept. 29, from 2:30: 5:30: All classes will be held In the oured under the sun? There la
tinued oers and friends for their con- p.m at the Dade County Audi evening from 7:30: to U. ,Rcglstra- nothing better for :a t man, than
interest and cooperation. i iI torium. tlan Concern and Outreach," that he should cat and( drink and
NEW PROVIDENCERev. The youth of the church will I tho church. For further information that he should make his soul
C. J. Burney, pastor be in charge of the Sunday even This concert Is being presented call PL 1-0013 or Ne enjoy good In hU labour. This
Sis. Claudia Wilson, reporterWe ing service this Sunday. In an effort to raise funds 51300. Mrs. Marie Nottage, also I saw, that It was from the
had a fine time throughout for the purchase of a Hammond chairman; Mrs. L. E. Thomas, hand of God."
the Sunday. Our pastor and organ which we feel will aid dean. 'rho men at Antioch have begun
Sis. Mary Frances White have FRIENDSHIP M. BAPTIST greatly in up-grading the musical working toward their annual \

returned from the National Baptist Rev. J. E. Jenkins services of the church. Men's' Day observance.' Thegeneral I
Convention. We welcome pastor ST. PAUL A. M. E. chairman I.+ Deacon
thorn, VirttYift........ Ruby Lee Carr, reporter Mrs. Nellie M. Walker of Newark Jlev. T. (,;. KelJey Jr., pastor ii.nv !\fnczcz Sonic IIr theIr fund
""".4. u. We were elated to have our N.J. will serve as guest Airs.' Lea Cray reporter ralsini Hi activities; (; are as follows( :

A Fashionette Tea will be I pastor back with us after havIng directress for the concert. Formerly The Sunday School was at Its Friday( night, Sept. 20, a musi-
sponsored by the Hospitality made the trip safely to, and of Miami, Mrs. Walker best with our superintendent) in at the church.
Auxiliary Sept. 22, 4 to 0 p.m. from the national convention.He may be remembered by many charge. The lesson was l reviewed Saturday, Oct. 12 n dinner sale
You are invited to come and see gave us the highlights of Mlamians when she served with by the pastor. at tho parsonage. The solicitation .
what you will be wearing 1 this the convention, the memberswere the Master Singers of this city. The alumni and students of committee Is ut your dis-

Fall and Winter. Don't miss this. so glad to get a direct report -, Bro. Mack Graves is presi- the Sunlight Beauticians worshipped posal for our well withers who
of ,the convention and then' with us in our morning would like to take ads In their
Keep In mind the festival' he preached out of his soul. dent of the Song Festival Com- service, The group was souvenir Hook. :
which will be sponsored by No. mittee. highly recommended by Mr. Guest speakers to be announced '
2 choir at the. Dade County Auditorium First we had early morning and Mrs. Julius. later \;
Sept. 29. 2:30: p.m. Tic- baptism at Virginia Beach. The Prayer meeting and Bible
kets are adults '$2.00 and child- pastor took In more candidatesIn THE INCARNATION Ilev. Wright of St. Paul of Coconut cass are held every Tuesday
ren $1.00. Call NE 4-3152, Mack the morning service, so our I I Grove and his congregation night. Visitors welcome
Graves, the president, for fur- next baptism will be the third Rev. Theodore Jones, vicar were our speaker for' the r
ther information. Sunday in! October. We invite Rev. H. E. S. Reeves, deacon evening. His text was "Walt on
you to witness this baptism. We The Lord," he preached out of MARTIN MEMORIAL AME (
for the The Sacred! Heart Chapter of
Continue In prayer were so glad to have our pastor's his soul spiritually. We all, enjoyed Roy. J. 1). Dukes, pastor '
sick and shut in. brother, Rev. J. P. Jenkins the Episcopal Churchwomen his message from the' bottom I "John L. superintendentof
Invite you to their 2nd annual Fryar
deliver the evening ser- of our hearts. Sunday School Is askingfor
featuring Mr. our
musical concert
mon He really did preach out The trustees wish to thank
ST. LUKE BAPTISTRev. Charles H. Jones, as guest art help. Members the depart-
of his soul. ist on Sunday, Sept. 20, 1835 everyone for making the Jar- ment I is In dire need of teachers.
P. W. Williams, pastor Sept. 22 the Deaconess Board NW 51th St., 5 p.m. Donation den Tea so successful. Please como out und help with
Mrs. Bunesba Green, reporter Remember the sick and shut the
.vlll give its first anniversarytea $1.00. The public Is invited. this program. Remember
Service Sunday at St. Luke at the home of Deacon I and in. responsibility of training our
was high In spirit. Rev. Good- Mrs. John Conner, 1075 NW Committee: Mrs. Louise Hun- youth rest on the total church.
man delivered a wonderful 10th St. at 4 p.m. ter, Mrs. Martha Strachan, Mrs. Our pastor delivered a heartwarming -
sermon and No. 2 choir sang Leola Johnson. ZION HOPE BAPTIST sermon last Sundayand

from the depths of their soul. The president, Sister 'Lily 5129 NW 17th I Avenue with the No. 2 choir serving
You are always welcome to wore Ross and memWers extend to BAPTIST Ilt'v. Paul "1'it'eman, pastorOn I for the day added much spiri-
ship with us at St. Luke. All of u cordial Invitation and on tual fervor to the service. Those
the members are glad to have the 21th of September youwill Rev. I.. A. Thompson, pastor Sunday, Sept. 22, Zion of you who were not at church
will observe its fourth annual -
back from his two- want to miss hearing
our .pastor.. not really missed n treat.
weeK vacation. tne, Choral uroup' 01 I .YUCUU&11"1..1 a t The Missionary Society, Mrs. Women's Day. The womenare The women of Martin Memorial
our church sponsored by ?'((0., 3 Florence Hepburn, president, looking forward to this occasion -' has mapped plans for their
The fourth Sunday in October ushers board. Our prayers are will celebrate its anniversary with 'great anticipation.The Woman's Day service. Mrs. Wilma -
Is Woman's Day. The com- always with those who are(sick Sunday at 3:30: p.m. A spicy program theme for the day Is", M. Harris Is chairman and
mittee and captains are working and in distress. We want our has been prepared for the I "Women's Role In Christianity. Mrs. Coretha Paschal Is/ co- ti
very hard to meet their goal visitors to know we are alwaysso occasion. The public Is Invited. Mrs. Beatrice Waldron from chairman. Also members of the
which is $5,000. The Woman'sDay glad to have you. Come to West Palm Beach will bo the steering committee are Mrs.
Committee members are church and have your faith The youth choir will sing at morning speaker. The evening Maude K. Reid, Nelso Cross and
serving dinners each Sunday in lifted. the morning service and for the speaker will be Mrs. Madeline Myrtis Johnson. We will appreciate -
the dining room after service. Missionary program. Williams. Tno public Is invitedto any assistance given
Please stop In and be served, participate In this observance.
The male chorus under the Music will be furnished by us.Roosevelt
Just $1.00. Mrs. A. B. Sullivan,
Gamble Memorial Church direction of R. Hepburn, will go the ladles of No. 1 and 2 choirs DInkins is still on .
general chairman. the sick list
(OP GOD IN CHRIST) to Homestead Sunday morningto for the morning and the ladlesof please remember ',
Elder J. C. Jackson, pastor sing for Men's Day at New Corinth choir No. 1 for the him and any other person who
Zion Church, Rev. are your prayers.
NEW MT. MORIAHRev. Nathaniel Thomas, reporterThe Mt. Baptist evening.
U. W. Moss, pastor. Come out and enjoy the day
A. L. Shipp, pastor would liketo
Senior with us.ZION.
The women are moving
Ruby Handy, reporter express its thanks to those
I was glad when he Jsaid' who came out and helped cele- ward with their plans for Woman's 1571 NW r,8th Terrace

let's go Into the house of,; the brate its anniversary, Mr.*. S. Day. Last kind Sunday's of "reg- HOPE BAPTIST Rev Ernest Williams! pastor
later tea" was a "experience -
Lord. Perkins Is president. meeting" when everyone Zion Hope's fifth annual Doaron Frrd' William/ reporter

Mt. Moriah, the church with The annual fourth Sunday pledged to give fu 1 hearted Woman's Day program Beatrice will be Last Sunday morning and
presented Sept. 22 Mrs. the
evening services
the doors of welcome Invited chorus revival will convene at cooperation. With this assurance were most
worship with us Sept. the chairmen, and Waldron has been selected for wonderful. Thanks for our pas
the public to our church this Sunday, captains the morning speaker and Mrs. tor wonderful gifts.
service. wel- members looking for bigger
during our regular 22. Each and everyone are are
do It. Marilyn Williams for the The No. 1 choir will take the
The pastor Is away for his come to attend. things. They can evening. We are asking that stand on Sunday morning and

health and he has left Rev. Our church Is the little friendly The Rev. Herbert Ferguson, everyone come out and be a No. 2 at night. You are always
Toles In charge of the servicesin hospitality church. So you one of our associate ministers, part of this great day. Mrs. welcome to attend our services.
his absence. We are asking and are welcome to at- left for the Bahamas this week Louise I). Riley is chairman; Don't forget to visit the sick
the members not to forget our tend.yours on, Important business. RXJV. Paul Frierson, pastor. ;: nd the shut-ins.
pastor In your prayers.


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u 4 1815 NW 65th Street
PAGE 12 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1963 I The family of the late Rev J. B. Blacknell, pastor

It's history now! St. ''James

Men's Day. But something
i CARDS MEMORIALS E should be said by way of
thank you to those who helpedto
: ,
: make this a great one; and
.. I plaudits to the men and the

I IN MEMORIAM I IN I MEMORIAMIn I . -It church, It was in a general.religious, financialand

I In sad but loving memory of memory of our beloVed educational day for those
our dear husband, father, son- brother, the late, ". S who attended. Dr. H. C. Mc-
in-law and brother-in-law, TERRY EDDIE GREEN "? -J Dowell, in an erudite manner,
who departed this life September supplied the religious atmos-
'" ', 23, 19G2. phere in the morning, a panel
i'p, "b-' ,{ Gone, but never will be- for- M, a discussion was the educationalpart

j gotten. ., of the program. The vari-
Sleep on and take your rest, +f;:"::.' ous captains and chairmen were
We love you very much, words responsible for the financial
cannot express. side.
The Family _1 '0/4,: The m) e n did themselves
Delia Green, sister proud when they reported the
Essie Williams, sister sum of $3,575.00'raised with
Mamie Smith, sister yet more monies to be collected.We .
Other relatives must not hesitate to thank
4 those out of the church who
contributed to this day by plac-
CARD OF THANKSWe ROSETTA SULLIVANwho ing ads In our souvenir program

STELLA the family MOSLEYwho of the late, died July 21 and was buried July 27, 1963 wish to and lishing the Miami our "heavy Times for notices"leading pub-

y Y Y departed this life on Sep- thank their many friends who through their thoughtfulness up to this day.

ember 3, would like to take kindness and concern during our hour of bereave- Thomas Sanders was moderator -

\ his time to express our thanks ment extended so many expressions of sympathy. of the panel and he was in

144 and gratitude to those who were The cards flowers, telegrams and letters of condo- excellent 'orm.
so kind, generous and sympa- Should we continue to throw
:.hetic in our hour of bereave- dence were greatly appreciated and did much to ease our kudos we may become redun-

nent. Special thanks to the great burden. dant, but the Men's Chorus
douse of Albert and Rev. John Special thanks -are extended to the Heroines of Jericho shouldn't escape praise for
w Stevens. May God be with you AME Church I their masterful handling of the
Order of Eastern Star, Walter's Chapel ,
.end keep you. ,, '
STANLEY SMITH Mrs. Francis Brown, Dght. Antioch Baptist Church, Perry's Florist and the Oscar L song service. They literally rais
who departed this life, September ed the roof.
Miss Patricia Mosley, Dght.
16,. 1062. Range Funeral Home.
Gone, but not forgotten. May Mr.Calvin and Hosley Mrs. ,Dozell son Daley, W. S. Sullivan, husband TRINITY C M. E.
he rest in peace. uncle and aunt Ruby Lilly, daughter
511 NW 4th St.
Mrs. Lenora Smith, wifg
Cynthia Marie, Helen, Mrs. Fannie Simmons, aunt Doris Williams, ,daughter Rev. E. T. Brown,' pastor
Pamela and Susan Ann Julian Phillips, I The annual Youth Day, under
Smith daughters the chairmanship of Eddie
Mrs. Susan Dullard, Parker will be observed Sun-
motherinlawThe CARD OF THANKS Daniel Johnson's Services FridayDaniel day, Sept. 22.

Dullard, Dridgewater The family of the late,
and Senior;> families MRS. MIRIAM SYMONETTE E. Johnson, 71, a pioneer away on M o n day after-

Jf 1733 NW 5th place, who departed citizen_or_Miami._passed noon in Christian Hospital. A
ill! MEMORIAM this life September 11, native of Gregory Town, E'leu-
Nish to express their heartfelt thera, BWI, Mr. Johnson cameto
In sad but loving memory of .hanks to the many friends and Miami, married and settled
JAMES W. GIBSONour lelghbors) for all tokens of syrn- DEATHSRANGE in Old South Miami with his
dear husband and father, patny shown them in their hourjf wife. They reared a family of
who departed this life Septem- bereavement. Special thankso seven children, five of whom are
memlters of Greater Bethel still living. He was a faithful
ber.May his soul rest in peace and AME\ Church pastor Rev S. A. . and devoted member of his
light perpetual shine upon him. ousin for ofticiating such an church where he served as a
Mrs. Eva Gibson, wife nspiring eulogy; and to Kich- RANDOLPH CHANEY of deacon. He also served in many .
The Family Aruson Funeral Home for the NW 57th St., died Sept. 13. Mr. other'' capacities, among these Fk
,ervlces rendereed. May God's Chaney had lived in the Miami being president of the Baptist
jlessings be with you always. area for the past 40 years. He Training Union, member of the
CARD OF THANKSThe Arthur and Alfred is survived by his wife, Annie trustee board and superintendent -

family of the late Symonette, sons Mae, his mother, Virginia, two of the Sunday School for
) step-daughters, Mrs. Bernice 35 years. As treasurer of the
Greene and Mrs. Louise Jones, Florida State Baptist Sunday
who departed this life
September -
and three sisters School Convention Inc. he
brothers serv-
8 wish to thank the many IN MEMORIAMIn
friends and neighbors for their Services Saturday at New ed diligently and well for many
ot our UelOved Baptist Church at 1 Outside of religious
memory Providence years. '
sympathy and during
her illness and death. Special Brother, the late p.m. with the Rev C. J. Bury circles, Mr. Johnson showed an i::
HENRY EDDIE and in .
BROTHER participation
,) officiating.
thanks to Rev. A. D. Hall and . .
GREEN civic
Ebenezer organizations Methodist Church also to,' fraternal the- .vho departed this life Sept. 23, VALARIE MALACHI of 716 i Services w''re' held Friday at ---_._-,---_.-
002. **;, NW 61st St. died Sept. 14. She' 4 p.m. at the Mt. Zion Baptist '
many friends for cards, tele- I At the 11 a.m. service the
shall be for- Booker T. Church with Rev Edward T. I'
grams and floral offerings. May Gone, but never was a student at speaker will be Mrs Llllle Muse
Is Graham
God bless each of you. .;otten. Washington High School. She officiating. Doles, teacher, author and poet.
Mercedes Guinuard Sleep on and take your rest. survived by her mother and Surviving are his wife, Lenora Mrs. Doles is a graduate of Lincoln .
much. Words and Mrs. Alfred ; four daughters Mrs. Alma
Carl Dawkins Ve love you very 'step-father, Mr. High School, Tallahasseeand
Clarence Dawklns ;an't express. Davis and her father, Oble, Lucille CrawfordMiss Georgi- received the B. & and M. A.
Ernestine Dawkins, Delia Green, sister two sisters, a brother and other ana Johnson, Mrs. Edna Williams degrees in education from Fla.
Thursday Mrs. Leona Fulton, a son,
Essie Williams, sister relatives. Services held -
grandchildrenAlfred A and M
University she has
Dr. James A. Johnson three ;
Magnolia Green, sister the chapel. ;
Dawkins at
employed at Attucks High
Mamie Smith, sister sisters, Ann Allen, Georgia Rol-
great-grandson lins and Ellen Bowe six In Hollywood, Collins Elemen-
Alexander Green, brother Jr. of 2770 ; grand
ER'NEST children and other relatives tary in Dania, and is presently
CARD OF THANKS Frances Robinson niece NW 43rd Terr., apt. 7 died Sept. many employed at Douglas E'Jemen-
Lovie J, Williams, niece 15. He lived in Miami ten years. tary of this city. Mrs. Doles is
Mrs. Lillian S. Pleasure, sister ] lIe is survived by his wife, a member of Mt. Zion Baptist
of the late, Romaine, his father, Ernest Sr., Church and is active In many
lichardson four children, one sister, Mrs. BAIN . organizations. She is the authorof
. Hattie Mae Smith and a brother, the novel, "Aggie" and num-
Lawrence. Services Saturday 10 GEORGE L. SMOTHERS, of erous poems and articles.
Funeral services for' Wallace a.m. at Antioch Baptist Church 10750 SW 151st St., Richmond At 7 p.m. there will be a musical -
Pope of 376 NW IGth Terr., who with Rev Edward Stephenson Heights died Sept. 9. Service program. Come and share
died at his home, Sept. 18. He officiating. held Monday, Sept. 16 from the with our young people In their
leaves to mourn a wife, Lizzie, chapel with the Rev. E. J. CUrry annual program.
Haley. Arrangements are incomplete DANIEL E. JOHNSON died officiating. Survivors Includehis .
Monday. Services Friday at 4 wife, Irene, two daughters, 3 7+ + 3:1 nLU..r.z.zJtU
p.m. Remains may be viewed on a son, his mother, Mrs. Gussie
vices for little Yvonne Thursday afternoon at 1 o'clock Smothers. NEW! NEW!
and at the church Friday 7 a.m.
Vickers who lived at 2191 NW
3rd Ave. who died Sept. 18 will There will be no viewing during Infant Deloris Lightburn of .$600 down $23 week
be held Monday. She leaves to services. South Dade Labor.Camp, Home-
stead, was stillborn Sept. 11. 3-bedroom .
mourn, a mother. 1 bath
MRS. RUTH PARKER of Survivors Include parents, Mr.
49GO NW 27th Ave. died Sept. 17. and Mrs. Leroy LigntbXirn. Ser-
Services for Delma Thomas She had been a resluent of Mi vices held at graveside Paradise
1805 NW 62nd Terr., who diedSept ami for 58 years. She is survived Memorial Gardens Tuesday. LOW DOWN PAYMENT
15 are Incomplete. He is by three daughters Mrs.
survived by his wife. Mason Mrs. Willie M. Open 1-5. New 3bedroom
Agnes MRS ROSA SCOTT p.m. -
f t1lWM \ . .. Jonnson J.lre.i_Frankie b1acljte' SW
." ; ; 2rxtncourt Homestead dled1 ,2 bath, Fla. room.
two sons, Benjamin Nixon and 13. Mrs. Scott is survived Sect
Ubcrt! . Tommie Parker; 13 grandchildren -
husband, Wheeler, a brother, 1772 NW 47th Terr.
WILLIE LEE JAMES, 2141 and three great-grands; an Willie and other relatives. Ser-
NW G8th St., died Sept. 15. He aunt, Mrs. Eva Hanna Services vices Monday at a place to be
BENNIE W. LEE will be sent to Dublin, Ga. Fri- i Saturday at 4 p.m. at. Salter'sChapel. announced.

wishes to thank the many day for services and tfurial. His Trio Realty
Masonic families for condol- wife, a child, mother of Dublin, MRS. ELIZABETH SINGLE-
ences and donations in the a sister and four brothers survive THOMAS GAINES of 8875 TON 15101 Madison St., Richmona -
death of her brother, who died SW 128th St., Howard, Fla. died Heights died Sunday. Mrs. 801 NW 54th St.
May 21. Thanks to the Browns- Sept. 19. He lived in Dade for Singleton is survived by her
ville Chapter No. 157 OES, Carver JOHN 6. MAYS, 360 NW 6th St., 23 years. He Is survived by husband, Isaiah, her mother, PL 9-8372.885.1857'
Chapter No.. 103 OES, the died ,Sept. 15. His survivors Include three daughters, Katie Hillman, Mrs. Ella Hays, five sisters,' a '
Dlllard and Earnest Johnson his 'widow; Geneva, Ethel Griffin and Ruby 'John brother.. 'RZdda33ters .

families 'of Brownsville. mother, two brothers and a sister son, sixjsons Thomas Jr., Rob- Services Saturday at a placeto two sisters, three aunts, two
Mrs. Mary Lee, Dothan, Ala. Services Saturday, 2 p.m. at ret Fred, Frank, Carlton{ 11 be announced. uncles. Arrangements are In-
Three brothers, two sisters, The Church of God in Christ, Willie T.; 32 grand children, 11 complete.She .
a daughter and a host of South Miami, Elder Watson, great-grands. Services are In- MRS. LUCILLE YOUNG, 3834 Is survived by her husband,
relatives and friends pastor with burial in Paradise. complete. Percival Ave. died Saturday. James, six sons and six daugh-




FOR RENT CHILD CART Personal Mention
Caretaker of children In
LOVELY 2-bedroom home, convenient home, day night or weekly; pick Visiting In Miami this week
to stores and buses up and deliver, 1219 NW 66th from Nassau are the Rev. L. L. i
fenced yard. $22 per week. Wilf St. PL 7-3325 Mrs. Cannady, S28 Bean, bishop and pastor of
sell to right' party $100 down, .... . . . Grace Temple Church of God
also smaller house $20 per wk. In Christ, ; and the Rev. Asa
NE 5-5568. HAND LAUNDRY done In my Butler, son\ of the Hon. MHo
home. Specializing In shirts OX Duller member of the House ofAssem1bly.
FOR RENT OR LEASE' 1-7844. They attended the
For long or short terms, 10 Women's/: Convention of the
rooms with 20x40 hallway In \ Church# of God In Christ last
the center. Suitable for lawyersor Attention! wcekjLeaVlng .
doctors with a drive In door. X
NEW 4 BEDROOM, 2 bath In Looking for three girls to tryout ..for Nassau Friday
West Hollywood Small ''down for singing rock 'n' roll. were; .1>1'. n.V.. Brown, the
RENT FOR SALE payment. bank financing. Call Call PL 1-3300 for appointmentand Rev/' Enoch Backford and son,
NE 4-0500. Indf. Arthur, who attended the recent -
for Mrs.
ask limes. Must
ROOM t in home !
private home, be 18-20 session of the National
like atmosphere. 182G NW 55 St 3-BEDKOOM, 2 bath CBS home, TRASH HAULING Baptist!: Convention In Cleve-
NE 3-2740 $t50 down all rooms are! large Also van for moving. 'Free" land.
lovely hardwood floors, big kitchen estimate. For Information' call KENTFURNISHED
DUPLEX Large i-bed- Fla. room. A bargain for 9490413. .Indf ROOM.. 1341 NW Arthur Richardson of Nassau
room, with Fla. rooni and dirt $13,750 total terms. Phone A NW 52 St., PL fMMOO.' who has been vacationing In
Ing. Near bus and: Grandway, Ben-Korl, Realtor, 714 NW 62 FOR 2-BEDROQM HOUSE? furn. or Miami for two weeks returned
1236 NW 51,Terr. Adults only St., nites PL 9-5533: days PL SALE will rent one room location, home on* Friday.
To see ddll G34-6333. 4-3431. BEAUTIFUL big Fla. room, Opa-looka, phone OX 11812. I
garage, 2 bedrooms, 2 bath, one ,S.. ', S28
DOOM house, free FHA term. Very, lovely 2-bed- of the nicest homes I seen, It's AnnouncementThe
'gas, lights furn. or unfurn. 2793 room CBS on best street, In almost new. but better !built. .' Past Matrons Council
NW 43 Terr. Call OX M189. Manor Park. See at 725 NW 49 $13,800 total,, $450 down, term SAE SALE SAtJl1l '. Heroines of Jericho cordially
St. and come around corner to See for yourself, phone A. Den 3 HOUSES on 2"16ts J =- duplex Invite to attend their anniversary
NICE ROOM In private home our office, Life Realty, 4932 NW Korl, Realtor 714 NW 62 St., furn, A-l condition, good terms. you '
for gentleman, 5950 NW .9 Ave. NW 7 Ave., PL 9-4371. Open nltes PL '9-5633, days PL Owner PL -1-0157) tea Sunday, Sept. 22, 3
PL 15236. evenings and Sunday. 4-3431. to 5 at the Masonic Hall, 941
NICE HOME, reasonable mort- NW 3rd Ave. Johnnie Mae Hill,
$18 PER WEEI, three bedroom NO QUALIFYING Beautiful REAL RIG FAMILY can live gage commitment, can be seen royal 1 overseer; Estella Beason,
cottage, also one bedroom apt. CBS like new. Modern built-in In these 2 CBS homes, you won'tbe at 1825 NW 45 St. royal scribe
$13 per week free gas and kitchen, garage, flat tile roof, so crowded. $99 month pays
water 6039 NW 21 Ave. I awning windows, wall to wall all for both, $450 down, $14,500
closets, huge total. Phone A. Ben-Korl, Realtor -
6-ROOM HOUSE, 3011'h NW 56 House is full of landscaped beautiful furniture lot.- 714 NW 02 St., niter: PL The Vicar and Vestry Committee
St., phone NE 5-8976. and modern appliances. A 9-5533, days PL 43131.

ROOM In private home, coupleor are bargain only $73 at month.$12,500.Life Payments $67 MONTH pays all, Allapattah Announce
single:; person preferred. 2400 4932 NW 7th Ave, PL Realty, area, Big CBS, $9,000 total,
NW 159 St. NA 1-8180. Open Sundays. 0-437L !$300 sleeping down room phone, plus A.2-bedrooms Ben-Iori,, The Church of the TransfigurationEpiscopal

NICE ROOM hot and c old 1 'FULLY FURNISHED Realtor, 714 NW 62 St., nltes ( )
weekly\ I 3-bed. PL 0-5533, days PL 43131.
water, $8 2126 NW 4 012 Ct. room CBS, FHA terihs. Price is 1 OltA-I OC){ \, FLORIDA

only $8,500 $400 doWn and $G8 1953 CHEVVY station wagon, Will conduct Sunday services at
2-BEDtlOOM APT. New build ,I month. Life! Realty, 4932 NW good running condition. $50
ing downtown, 1130 NW 6"I Avei 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. Open even- cash. Call 758-OG80 Saturday .be I RAINBOW PARK ELEMENTARY
Ings and
$20 week, kitchen partly furh. Sundays. fore noon. .
key at apt 1 and 3 or phone JE SCHOOL CAFETORIUM
1-3181 or CA 1-4833. NO QUALIFYING CBS duplex OWN YOUR own home for $35
on nice location In Mahor down\ and $15,50 a week you can
2-BEDROOM HOUSE. Screened Park. Both apartments are fully live' ih 'ydUP .own two bedroom Beginning Sunday, Sept. 22, 1963
porch, hot water nice yard. furnished. Price, down paymentand party wall house In beautiful
terms Fort Lauderdale. Give, MATINS AND' MASS 9 A.M.
One room apartment, nice are very reasonable. your fontlv -
neighborhood. FR 4-4685. Life Realty, 4932 NW 7th Ave. spacious living. Pay cheaper
+ PL 9-4371. Open evenings and taxes and cheaper car insurance SUNDAY SCHOOL 10.30 A.M.
ROOM i In Opa-locka, couple pre Sundays. PhOne 581-1440
+ I Services will continue at this location until the church
ferred. Inquire NA 1-8180.
1-BEDROOM furn. apt. 1399 NW I FHA TERMS Nice 2-bed.1 HOME AND INCOME, conven- builds on its ,property which is across from the school
55 St. PL 8-0717 room CBS In Manor Park. tional loan, no closing costs, no
- I porch, carporte, large fenced : qualifying Move right In. $000
FURN. GARAGE APT. In 'NW yard, furnished. Fresh"lL painted down, $90 month $ 2,900 total -
section, 3 rooms, bath, porch, Inside and out. $.>W down price. Clean beautiful home, 0-
utilities. $20 week, near buses, and $63 mohth pays all. Life large bedroom utility 2 baths, Fla. room, The Church' of llio T..n Duration/ wishes. (o publicly thank
adult. 60M)811.( Realty, 4932 NW 7th Ave., PL I room and patio,
partly furn., wall to wall
9-4371. Open evenings and Sun and carpet Mil. ANI) :MBS. WALTER rUNNINCJHAM
LOVELY FURN. HOME, 1 or 2 days. drapes throughout, 720
children. 1251 NW 53 St. or NW 71th St. phone PL 4-0133. OF COOK'H/ KINDKBCMBTHX

call 635-8356. 'H "'n
for the use of their building mid their complete cooperation

ROOMS FURN., men only, also Spruce Up r In our effort to miilntnln church serVhtics."
free rent to man and wife to
care for house, 12CO NW 69 St YOUR WIG' THAT
PL 8-3781. IS
I high! Fiiftltion' Htylin Only $3.00

FURNISHED or unfurnished Kxpert cleansing conditioning- blocking
apt. In Opa-locka area. 1-bedroom Pitting) and t'repair. BUY A HOME TODAY !
unfurnished.unfurnished.$15 week$18,, 2hodroom !.- VISiT 54th HTKE1JT '. '

betlroom furnished $21 2-bed- STARLET WIG CENTER, -See' our large selections of homes today. We can fityo.ur
vnoms furnished $25. Call Mlc- pocketbook. Pay ,by the week or pay| by ,'the :
klnR Rental Agency. NE 4-0500) 1079 N.W. 54th Street Phone i81 '
:. Indi Open Sun. 1 to 4 p.m. Weekday' 0, a.m. to :8 pin. month'. ft\y.""

t-fcEDROOM;- furnished apt. All ILL L 'S rL 1-3092 NW 64th St. $250 down $20 week

,lUllltles. downtown area. $18 efficiency .. 'Nice house on a large, fenced in corner lot.
$13. Call Mlckins Ren- :': 2-1855 NW 43rd St. $195 down $18 week

-tal Agency. NE 4-0500. Indf 5 lots only 5 )loti:only;;.{t[ ;; Nice house for small family.

tNE 1-ttedroom apt. Unfurnish .. '- 3-1534 NW 44th St. $250 down $22 week
*d. City water. 3370 NW 51st IN GOULDS 3-bedroom house with an extra apartment to

Terr. Contact Mr. Gilbert, 3371 : rent out.41286MNW.
NW 51st St. NE 4-4321. LARGE LOTS 75 x 141
) 59th ,St. $200 down $65 month

FURNISHED< and< rt>unfurnished $100 down $25 per month ' CBS house for small family. Good location.
houses. $10 and $12 week. 5--1273 NW 51st Terr. $250 down. FHA terms.

Children., FR area' 617 NW S28 8Sat. ) : J. A. SUMMONS ,. Market$60.92 month.- Nice'. -- CBS house Near Grandway

; 1899 N.W. 53rd Street NE 4.6875 down. FHA
:NICE, CLEAN furn. apt. in a 6-744 NW 47th Terr. $350 term
"ft ice quiet nlace. Ph. FR 1-9797 MIAMI 42, FLORIDA y 3-bedroom CBS home. Ask for Miss Lee. r
or NE 4-1880. Ol. 7-737 NW 53rd St. CBS duplex. FHA terms.

+..........+....... .+fN.--. 2-bedrooms, 1 bath on each side.
8-NW 66th St. and 8th Ave. Brand new homes. 3-

Hair Pieces Galorehair bedroom. $600 down.
HOMES HOMES 9-3035 NW 56th Sit. House for rent. $18 week.

pieces galore 24 pt f.

NOW BY DEMAND No qualifying more j-igh't' in no closing, ,costs (1) '4612 NW 16th Ave. Furnished Apt. $17 week
Page Curls (2)) 1121 NW 47th St. 2-bedroom duplex $20 week 4
Pigtails Chignon No balloon mortgages (3)) 1759 NW 47th Terr. 2-bedroom duplex $22 week

from $2.98at 1-1527 NW 42nd St. CBS doll house, porch, car- (4) 4001 NW 19th Ave. Large house or $27.50 duplex week

floors big lot. $395 down. $78 month
54th ''STREET porte, ((5) 780 NW 55th St. 1-bedroom Apt. $13 week
2-2139 NW 43rd St. Nice 2-bedroom, porch, big

Starlet WigCenter $195 down, $69 month. Open Saturday' and Sunday

3-1815 NW 47th St. 3-bedroom, 2 porches, oak

floors, carport. $10,300 total. $400 down FHA Ford Realty Inc.

4-Mahsion. 5 bedrooms, 2 lots, huge rooms, $20,000 ,

1079 NW 54th St. 1253 NW 43rd St.
Phone 751.1318 wi 569 N.W. 54th Street 758.8761
Open Sunday 1 to 4 p.m. SEE NOW CALL 5.9886x; .,, I I 4iOR

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DEAN DERRICK negligence he shall proceed tti

Ford Gives $15 Million to Colleges Court try him as provided before in the.Section ChurcH: 1;

REPUDIATESSUSPENSION of .Canon 16. (unquote).

The Ford Foundation this the next year on the basis of a primary interest In expanded : Therefore, not until the above
week announced that it would their academic quality and per- educational opportunity for all mentioned Canon and sectionsare
provide $15 million to help formance and their future prom Americans reflects the special complied with, can there be
strengthen Negro colleges The need to expand the educational The Very Rev. Nicholas A. any suspension, and not demo-
funds will be granted as follows ise.The grant to the United Negro horizons of Negro men and Derrick, OSB, Dean of the tion, as there are no such stipulation -
: College Fund campaign Is sub- women," Henry T. Heald presi American Catholic Church, do in the Canons of The
Five million to the United ject to the requirement that dent of the Foundation, said to hereby call your attention to a American Catholic Church.
Negro College Fund for its campaign each dollar donated by the day. false statement of suspension
Chancellor and the
Foundation will continueto published in The Miami Timesof I Nevilloyd
to finance buildings and Foundation be matched by two
In other support institutions that enroll Sept. 14, 19G3. other superiors he mentioned,
other capital Improvements dollars from sources. I think that they are in Russia
its 32-member institutions. individual both Negro and white stu-
Grants to colleges
I am repudiating being sus- where you are first executed,
Ten million to a small number may also entail some matching dents. But at present, when pended on the grounds that I and then tried. This is the
t of private Negro liberal-arts provisions."These many Negro students In higher have not violated Canon 17, and United States of America, where
colleges that are members of I actions by the Ford education attend Negro colleges
neither was I charged for such you are charged, tried, and if
1 the Fund; to be selected over, Foundation, which has long had it is essential that financial assistance violation to date. Therefore, it found guilty, then punished. We
also be directed to is unconceivable to think that call this Democracy

PAGE 14 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1963 them. the Chancellor would mention
I of these suspension of Dean Derrick tte- The Very Rev.
"The strengthening
Nicholas A. Derrick O.S.B.
fore complying with Canon 16, ,
Institutions some of which already -
(!Dean of The American
section 1 and 2, which reads as I
enroll a few white stu- Catholic Church
dents, should hasten the day follows:
when there will no longer bo all I Section 1. Clergy in Orders i
Negro or all-white colleges and below the Episcopate who may

universities. be charged with holding or \1'9 jI'! ..till........:.....j,;. -,
"The nation's educational teaching any doctrine contraryto :
system the Orthodox and Catholic 19.-S: f-'Y'3': :
at all levels has awaken to

key v 4+x 5 : the justice and efforts necessity to raise of extraordinary the- whom faith, or there with have immorality been persis-, or of ,... ..... in. Fh>rida":

tent rumors affecting their per.
educational achieve-
sonal character, shall be sum- I 11111 n. ? ''"
ment of culturally disadvantage-
the who
moned before Bishop
ed youth, many of whom are ad- She h a.. 30
shall investigate each case,
Negro. The Ford Foundation for years experience
dismiss the same according -
several years has assisted pio- Just evidence submitted. lie a success in
to the -
neering efforts In schooling attuned life. Have It
to the needs of such happy homegri''

young people, especially In the Should the Bishop find sufficient the position
f : major cities of the nation. It I cause to warrant a trial, I yon want, getoat =
expects to continue such efforts he shall direct the Chancellorof I of the rut
and in the meantime believes I the Diocese or Jurisdiction to by the help of
It Is Important to Improve the present the accused before the God. Let m)
f a 3 { quality of the college attended BIshop and Council for trial. ;years of expert' 4 ,
largely by Negro youth." Right of appeal to the Provin- ence help you
""lal Council and finally to the In business nnd

-L--_-_._----- ___-_ -__j't___n ___n ______ Consistory shall be permitted to In work, In _

of ActivitiesOf I and party for the children. the accused clergyman, throughthe General Your love. psychic and friends for W
Program Chancellor of the
Jan. 20 Joint meeting with years. Closed all day ",'..d. nnd
shall obtain the
Wheatley School Dade County PTA Council. PA Synod who the evidence and will be at the big home, 5417
Workshop of female membersof PN record of S.W. ITth 8t... Hollywood, Fla.
PTAThe the PTA. judgement former trial and present and Healing meeting every Wednesday

Feb. 20 Business report analyze the same for the Infor- night.
officers of Wheatley Elementary -
from PTA Congress.
mation of the Consistory whose CALL IN PERSON -
School met Mondayat
March 16 ARed Cross Film. final.
shall be
home of Mrs. A. Shuman, judgement I
the April 12 Easter Tea and SERVICE
secretary of the PTA. The program Fashion Show. Section 2. It shall be the dutyof I Madam
of activities is as fol- April 20 Film presented by William Pinder, Sr. the Bishop, whenever he 1657 NW 73rd St.
lows: Tuberculosis Association. Elec- the knowledge that a I
Professional I Piano Tuner shall have Miami Fla.
Sept., 16 First meeting. All tion of officers. clergyman of the church habit- ,
parents are urged to be present. May 3 Founder's Day pro- And! Repairer ually neglects his duties or Is Sunday 10.30 to 2 p.m. Office
Welcome to parents. Grade gram. 1935 N.W. 153rd St. neglectful of attendance at Mass hours dally 10 a.m. to R p.m.
group meetings. Remember If worship of the Church Licensed by state and county
you come at 8 and the daily.For .
Oct. 21 Opa-Iocka to admonish him, Reading
Workshop sponsored you leave at 9. generally,
by male members of the Officers of Wheatley PTA: Phone MU 8-3770 and if he still persists in his t !L : .A>> A.a
PTA Theme "Quality Education Left to right, Stanley Newbold, .
Through Improved PTA president; Mrs. A. Shuman. 1st -- -- ----.- -
Cooperation." vice; Mrs. A. Rogers, treasurer;
Oct. 29-30-31 Halloween Mrs. H. W. Troy, principal; Mrs. The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call
Party. S. Young, 2nd vice; Mrs. A. God i
Nov. 11 American frey, assistant secretary and.
tion Week. Open house. Educa-I Mrs. E. Newsome, secretary
Dec. 16 Christmas (not shown.) I Pt:1B0NDEDw! I


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"W'K.... ;-.--... = .......-..... for the PTA started off as a Broward ?

A Council to Meet COLLEGE GRADS very leadership promising of our year new under president the, [County w ,

Mrs. Sarah Kelly, along with News
For County PTA Council FAIL PRO CAREER the other officers namely:

meet Friday, Sept. 27 at Vice president, Mrs. Margery liyWalter +
Brownsville Jr. High school TEST Adams; secretary Mrs. Edith Hnuo ,/
was NW 21th Ave., 8 p.m. Thom ; financial secretary: .
21. All Mrs. Mary Alice Brown; trea-
ed In unit presidents are urged The poor showing of Southern surer; Mrs Carrie Perkins;
studies ( ) attend. Membership cards Negro college graduates has chaplain, Willie Nelson; l>1"esl- 11 1:1: :S
to rc manuals will be issued at caused New York State to dis- I of the Dad's Club, Oliver Crews; The beauticians of West Hollywood -
adult 18 meeting. Docia Howell, continue its program designedto president of the Mothers Club, and Hallandale are plan
recruit Negro grads for state
may Mrs. Maxine Adams.
end of
ning their dance for the
faculty jobs.The Parents and teachers all the month; so watch for the
bulk of the applicants pledged their support for theyear date.
more other Chatter Box failed state's basic qualifying looking forward to many
examination. Inspiring activities through the
to start Sunlight Alumni and The State Civil Service De- year. The Excelsior Handicap
We worshipped together partment said that, of 385 applications League got off to a big! start
least Sunday as guests of St. last year only nine Thursday night, Sept. 12 at
Reading AME Church. We enjoyed ((3.2 per cent) passed the state's Clover Leaf Howling Lanes,
writing wonderful sermon delivered professional career test. None Defensive Judo For 170th St. and Hwy. 441. The
will be Rev. L. C. Kelley. His topic placed high in the rankings. president, Ernest Hayes, had
mar "Let us Reason Together" Girls and Women the 1-1 teams bowling at 0:30.:
timely will The program a department out on the
sermon long Many fans were
be spokesman said, was carriedout
read or last year nt the request of Everything that affects the bowling night. We appreciate .
with alumni and students gave* Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller. lives of girls and women is the your attendance.!
tion fee to the church fol- H. Eliot Kaplan president of core of YWCA program. Thus,
by a special donation the State Civil Service Com- with a real concern for recent
Any our faculty. mission, said one of the depart. happenings in the communityto Mrs. Mabel EltzaUoth Kerr,
plete ment's particular alms was to girls nnd women, the North who has been visiting her sisters -
and cosmetic manufacturers obtain Negroes who would do west YWCA Center offers classes Mrs. Charlotte Louise Bowe
school a two-dav demonstration well enough in the examinationto In Defensive Judo. Classes of 4310 SW 10th St., West
contact new products now qualify as administrative will be Instructed by Sgt.' lien Hollywood, died Sept. 12.
ment of market. They concluded internes first step toward Tlllman from the HomesteadAir
ter a hair styling competition. in the Mrs. Kerr was a registered
op-level career Jobs Base. They will begin Mon-
show and dance. I of Nassau and was a former
students ; state government. day, Sept. 30 and will continuefor nurse resident of Miami. Mass
subject first winner eight weeks. The fee I is! $1.00 morning at
prize "
was held
said "that Tuesday
nhone "It appears, he was;
(' Brown, manager Styles I few of the graduate: of South- plus YWCA membership for the St. Anne's Church, Hallandale,
lately. 8 two-hour which will
.. Beauty Salon won courses Funeral Home in
arn Negro colleges were able to the Range
be held from 7 to 0'' In the
trophy and an ad- with the pm.
successfully charge.
course in high fashion Compete Activities Building.. We urge
of other colleges
graduates that real thought be given by is survived by
Her model, Daisy Scott, Nurse Kerr
a Lester's Kurlox hair re- teen age girls and women on Wallace, and a number of other
To Also a winner and has r learning techniques of self-pro sister, a niece Mrs.! Edith Lois
her scholarship for a Democrats tection. For further Information relatives and friends. The body
The course In beauty cul- Young I call the Northwest Center will be shipped to Nassau Fri-
Howard offered by our own Sun- Board to MeetThe 031-2051: day morning.JACK'S .
"olatlnn School. Board of Directors of the

Sort 24 Cherry Hemphlll, a Dade Countv Young Democrats
rf Tr. student, displayed! her tal- will meet Thursday, Sept. 21, 8
2nd of hair styling and tracing pm. at the home of Dr. E. A. MEN'S WEAR
former has received. Her models Ward, BRI1 NW Oth Ave. Re-
present also students, Mrs. Johnnie ports will he ''given and( a discussion -
first and Mrs. Julia Neal. of the proposed charter 944 NW 2nd Avenue
year. amendments and the current
are happy to have Mrs. voter registration drive will beheld Exclusive Men't Wear, from the top of your head to
Coley back In school .
her Illness. the tip of your toes includingHats

vurJ..>TJ1'.II4& "y.un Shoe Shirts Suits Trousers Caps of
sincerely hone you con-
On In "good health. You are Styles and quality at popular pricesBE
l'x to continue your studies
meeting your class of '63. SURE TO COME AND SEE US
it was welcome the new students
ed open arms and hope your OVERNIGHT ROOMS
In Sunlight will be of great
Mrs.! in the near future. Until 631-45 NW 32nd St. Painless' Office Tn'Htim-nt of
mittee RUPTURE eZ"m PILES .
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this : reporter Phone
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MIAMI. TIMES MIAMI FLA. Miami Gospel J lazz Group Hits Bigtime :. .

PAGE 16 SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 21, 1963] The Gospel Jazz Singers, a Club in New York City, an accomplishment rest W. Reynolds Jr.", .Jessie)
group that was formed in Miami of which few Ferguson, Beatrice Robinson,
by the Jerry Agency less groups so young In show busi- Columbus Smith and Cynthia
Buying Furniture? Buying Furniture? than a year ago, has made a ness would even dare to dream.It White.
You Go To Experts will tell You to go to tremendous showing since. After
Will Tell To
Experts Central opening with the "East Side has been freely and often On Tuesday night, Sept. 17,at
Grand Central Grand Story" on Miami Beach, the predicted by those in the know, 9 o'clock the Gospel Jazz Singers ':
Freight r Freight group played an extensive engagement that they are on their way up- will be presented on the
at the Le Bistro Nite stairs to stardom.
':K$efe Br,sselle Show." So,
Big Inventory Sale Club on 79th St. Causeway.The
Sale their
Big Inventory Completing engagementon lend an ear and give a cheerto
WAREHOUSE interest in the group Sept. 11 after a four month'srun this young group of Miamians
WAREHOUSE AND"SHOWROOM WAREHOUSE ANDSHOWROOM evinced by many show business at the Copacabna., the groupis who, at this point, give :
I personalities was largely instrumental home for a week rest before premise of making big
1630 N.W. 7th Ave. Miami 1636 N.W. 7th Ave. Miami, in their sudden and opening at the Flamingo show business, _
phenomenal success. With Hotel in Las Vegas
200 HOLLYWOOD beds, famous
3 FLOORS bedrooms and
makes, appraised to $149, freight whirlwind like rapidity they
MiamIans should We to
room ultra modern in newest : proud
made the smack into
'giant leap
claim price $55, If perfect $85.
Danish know that the composingthe
styles appraised to $895; group
the world famous Copacabana
You haul $45. Other fine makes NAACP
freight claim $185, if perfect Gospel Jazz Singers are Support(
but odd pieces, you haul $35, $285 many other ,famous bed- their own young citizens: For-

we 119 deliver.ORTHOPEDIC mattresses room and, ,dining rooms com- Buying- Furniture?- t4... t', .............S ..S!". . .SS...... I S.-- . 1.
plete $85 to $125. ,
extra firm, freight claim $35, if
perfect $45.. You haul $30. Dam- FRENCH and Italian style bed Experts Will Tell You To Go To
aged $20. room and dining room,gorgeous Grand Central
$165 DINETTE sets. 7 piece, French white and golcU -..
freight claim $65, if perfect $85. wood appraised to $1,000,'frei,g htzlaini Freight GRAND OPENING
You haul $55. Gorgeous 5 piece $285, If perfect $385. Oth-: Sale
styles $35, 3 piece sets $20, no ,:r gorgeous groups $125, Big Inventory
$169 MAPLE bunk beds. Com EARLY American and contemporary
plete with mattresses, guard I bedrooms and dining Queen of Fla.
rail and ladder, freight,claim $85 'rooms, authentic reproductionsbrand 1036 N.W. 7th Ave. Miami Beauty
You haul.DANISH. new, appransed to $895, 3 FLOORS of sectional, exqui- :
chairs, Danish lounges' freight claim $lG9, if perfect site sofas, newest modern and .
Bahama beds, studio couches, ,.205, we deliver. contemporary (in nylon, silks 1430 Northwest o"2nd Street
Danish love and naugahyde) appraised to .
seats, 2
tionals, sofas, high back chairs ODD' dressers, ,chests, chinas, $895 freight claim $185 if perfect i
and rockers, cheap.REMEMBER 'arge breakfronts, curio cab.i- $285, you haul $155. Other SPECIAl
this is new furniture 'lets, poudre"tables, desks K.--odd. beautiful.sectionals, $65 to $125,
bookcase beds. Hundreds*: of .
intended for the finest nocash.needed; 'h"w '
stores in Fla. Bring cash styles and colors. Rememberhis FRENCH and Italian sectionals, "
money talgs. ; is brand new. $1,000' freight claim $285 if perfect -. ; FREE FACE POWDER S'", t
NO CASH NEEDEDWE $385, other gorgeous styles :
NO CASH NEEDEDWE $125::Large group of love scats ; '
DELIVER DELIVER exquisite chairs, recliners, finest WITH EVERYj' PJUJfcCHASE' : ,
1636 NW 7th Ave 1636 NW 7th Ave. fabrics sacrifice, velvets, silks at great I',

TIL 6:30: Til 6:30: EARLY American sectionals, :Beauty Queen fe&tures a complete line of qtiaRty
sofas, convertibles, complete
living room suites, genuine cosmetics and! bftaMyxaeed/ *
Early American fabrics, Sacri

JET TV 'CLINIP fice.,200, We TILT deliver.back sofas, studio ,. FEATURiNG I
: couches, ,Danish lounges, brand
.4 new appraised to $129, freight
HOME SERVICE CALL'' Swi' o claim needed$45;: .,::',j ifperf!> Y.f'$65, no cash \ BALLARD PRODUCTS 4.

CASTR'6 'lype convertibles, solid S I '.
Day Night
or foam rubber,
-? appraised to $695. .,

\\\ . .. We Service All Makes of '. ; $sight claim' $185, you haulODD ; (4 .

. \ \ q." '" HI-FI's and STEREOS ". odd easy sofas chairs sofa, reclining beds, sectionals chairs,, ; BEAUTY QUEEN;FLORIDA

We Also Rent ro cat;kh.ers" 'ItJrand, new cheap for i, "The Speciality Shop Poi Itenutiftit Women1

\/, TV by the week or Month tune REMEMBER intended this for is the new finest furni 1430 Northwest!62nd Street .

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