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Title: Miami Times
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Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: September 28, 1963
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41st YEAR, No. 5 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1963 16 PAGES 10 '



Birmingham, Bombers A Abandoned. Baby I: Services Held For



IS Do It Again; No Deaths Found at Mays, !I Mortician Richardson I


High School
Birmingham, Ala, did it again Negro neighborhood. Police Services for the Juto Lovell
early Wednesday morning when said the first was I a decoy ', Lorenza Richardson Sr., GO, of
I two Uombs were exploded in a calculated to draw a crowd. An abandoned baby boy In a 331 NW 10th St., were held
The second loaded with rain-soaked sock was found by the St.
was Thursday, 330:: pm. at 1
shrapnel. milkman at a South Dade high John Institutional Baptist k '
school Tuesday morning.The Church, Rev Thedford John
The twin blasts failed to attract race of the baby has not son, minister.Mr. .
a crowd as did previous yet been determined. Richardson was born at

bombings. As many as 3,000 Negroes "I thought It was a kitten at Orange City Flu, and was the
Yi << have crowded the streets first. 1 opened thH sack to give son of the late Daisy: and Will
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following other explosions. It some,milk,'!said Robert Peterson Richardson. 4ck'survived ;
The second bomb, loaded with ,. a dellveryman for Day and He was ''a graduate of He. 13)I
Son distributors. thune Cookman College, and
nails bolts
and other metal objects '
the
was captain of first foot,
went off 13 minutes after He found an infant about two ball team of that school I
; the first, authorities said."There's hours old] on the platform] bf lie came to Miami about 40

no doubt about this Mays High School cafeteria in years ago and became a partnerIn
Goulds at 2.30: a.m. the Stokes and Richardson
one, Police Inspector J, E. .
Funeral] Home. Later he and his
Haley said. "This was a booby The child was born apparent the Richardson
trap. I It was made to kill." Iy three to four months prema- wife founded
Mortuary which is located! at
surely and weighed little more
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the 10th St. address.
About 80 nearby homes were than two pounds.
damaged. but no one was In- HP was a member of the Kingof
jured. 1 Peterson rap a I/lock in the Clubs, the Young Business
1I I rain to telephone the police men, the Shrlners, the Florida] .
A three-foot deep crater was who sent an ambulance to take Embalmers and Funeral Directors : :
dug by one of the blasts and a I the Infant to Kendall Hospital. Association and other or- by his wife 'L
,The In Incuba- two grand children, a
telephone pole was sheared, Ify baby was put an ganizations.He I
and was later sent to Jack ] died suddenly at -1:30: ]).m.'' djugnter-'ln law and I
;i the other. They were the 22nd 'I Hon Hospital. j I Sept. 22 at his residence. 'lIe l.s: tives .., I:
[ and 23rd such bombings in Birmingham .._
I ,Mrs. James M. Reid, prominent in recent years. The -
Mlamlan. was elected pres Id I- bombing of 16th St. Baptist
: : nt of then/ atIonal Council of Church on Sept. 15 took the !
I iUrbu.il; League Gullds at the '
lives of four young girls.
i*recent conference of organization -
'. held in Los Angeles during i
Former Army Secretary Kenneth -
.*the National Urban League l
meeting.. Royall nnd'exWe t Point ? t tV'e +
football coach Karl (Red) Blalk,
Mrs. Reid was elevated to the Pres. Kennedy's two personal
top national post from the office -
rice representatives! met with 11
ot } president. She is a
member of the Greater Miami Birmingham whites Wednesdayin
Urban League Board and organizer closed session, trying to find w +
and former president"of a'solution to J the problem.
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the local Urban League Guild.

The new president Is a coordinator -' Negro leaders,. at the same
.in the Dade, County: time, held meeting' of their ,.",
Public School''' System and is own and voiced ""their displeasure -
active In many educational,.eo- wltIJ'the Royall and
cial, and civic organization. way
She is the wife of James M. Blalk were approaching the

1.Reid, well known. 'civic ,leader. ., situation.

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.. LaW1AskedFor': ,Miami ,<:!t I y ",

A protest' will lifcWa&( 'fhe'; n Og'we' believe?-:something. I
Congress of Racial Equality isj) being done."
before Miami and Metro ,Commissions '

,. relief at an from early segregated date, seeking ' ins Large-scale will take picketing place otf: and government sit-- Despite threatening weatheron west to 2nd Ave. and on to I I the solemnity of the'd
last than Bethel AME Church. .
action is not Sunday more 4,000 Only 1,500of tlon.I
forthcoming
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hotels movies
: restaurants,
'' he said. persons Negro and white -1 the marchers, could squeeze I Dr. Jon O. Brown
;bowling-alleys and other places ; took part in a 65-minute 25- into the church for the memo- projects director, and
of amusement in Dade County.Dr. .. I Brown' emohasized that a,pub, block"solemn procession thru rial service. Theodore Gibson,
'John O. Brown, vlce lie accommodations is n s6 I, I downtown Miami in a sympathy During the quiet, dignified dent, coordinated and
:chairman of CORE'S .proJect. sary to protect the merchantswho demonstration for the victimsof march tVe was no outside in- procession.
committee, bid, "Well appear I, want to treat all people II Birmingham's infamous terferen Thousands of MI- Representatives of the
sometime within the next ten alike but. 'cannot do so, .sunk. :< church bombing of Sept. 15. amian. iched in silence as clergy took strong
I days. We won't give them any all businesses follow,Jtofc wane I l The procession formed at NW represent :'?s of the three racial justice and
deadline/We-don't; ;: operate that mined in this 3rd Ave. and 9th St. and escorted major ", is and civic groups Mayor during the
way. bu wayfatr"l by motorcycle policemen) joined .ue mass march.No Robert King High
ed from moved south to Flagler, east to signs or banners were for the city
"We will. take no4:action'-as minority. NE 1st Ave., north to 5th St. 'used so as not to take away (continued on page ',
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA. Plan Business and Silver Anniversary

PAGE 2 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1963 Professional Celebrated

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J.
Women's Week Brown (Cora and Joe) to their

friends of 2515 NW 102nd St.,
Mrs. Florence Allen Holmes Opa-locka celebrated their 25th

Massapequa, N. Y., president of wedding anniversary at their
the National Association of palatial home.<<

Negro Business Clubs and Profession has: de- They repeated and reaffirmed
al Women's Inc.
signaled the week of Oct. 6 their wedding vows its an
integrated company of friends
"Business'
Oct. 12 as
w through with the Revs 8k L. Gay.pastor
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THE KSTADLISH3IKNT of Stephanie Renee Jones, Steven and "Professional Women s I of Mt Hermon AME Church
:.1 new chapter of Alpha Kappa D. Carroll and Bernice Mask. Week. performing the ceremony. The
Alpha sorority In Nassau makes The week will be observed: bride of 25 years wore an attractive
It the second international chap- FRIENDS REPORT the by all local clubs for the pUrpose *I gown decked: with sequins
ter in the sorority Naomi death of: Lovell L. Richardson of making citizens !'n I' and an orchid.All .
Grant, Miami baslleus, along cummUnlty aware of the
Sr.:, local mortician which occurred every guests attending, bo
with Joycelyn Burroughs, Gus- on Sunday. Serviceswere leadership and service women numerous -
sle Dobbs, BernIce Austin, held Thursday at St. John t are providing in this country to satisfaction m&rttlbh by name that expressed -
this
Yvonne Scavella Elizabeth: At-
Church.
kinson and sorority members Baptist .. ..... .... The programs art being was a gala and fascinating af-
from Detroit, Baltimore and Helena Slfontes, pioneer Dade ""' sponsored to show the import fair. A unique experience was
Tampa were among those pres- County teacher, who was fun- LELA G. BOONE tance of, and the work being provided for all as the guests
ent to witness the Impressive erallzed Monday at the Ameri- done by the National Association were provided with the experience .
ceremony conducted by National can Catholic Church. The Alpha Gamma Chapterof of Negro Business and of expert catering services.A .
Supreme Baslleus Julia B. Charles Carey, teacher at Alpha Pi Chi Sorority, held Professional Women's Clubs. In i few out of town friends and
Purnell last!:; Friday night at the Booker T. Washington High Its Initial meeting Saturday, some areas workshops will be relatives flew. .. in for the occa-
fabulous British Colonial Hotel School which occurred Monday Sept 14, at 3020 N.W. 50th offered as well as programs; to sion..
in Nassau. AKA's are proud to morning. Street. elevate the standards of womenIn
include the Island City Chapterin Our sincere sympathy to the business and professions and
their number. bereaved families. Baslleus, Lela Geeter Boone to extend opportunites to these. ,Richmond Heights
who was hostess for the first women through education "In
business social 'meeting of the scientific, vocational and In- Woman's Club
APPROXIMATELY 2,000 i>>cr- The first meeting of the Fla. fall season expressed that "Our dustrial activities.All .. 'V.
sons Negro and white par- Charitable and Educational initial meeting went over with
ticipated In the memorial pro- Benefit League will be held on I a'bang', and was a foundationfor local clubs will show The Richmond Heights Woman's -
cession Sunday for the Bir- Sunday, Sept. 29 at 4 pm. at meeting which will follow." what Important contributionswomen Club 'held its' regular
mingham victim of racial vIo- the 'Hampton House. This meet- make in the economic meeting at Tots Town Kinder-
lence. The 25-block memorial Ing is expected to be an Impor- Soror Florrie Woodard, act- social, cultural, business and garten, Sept. 15 at 4 p.m. with
walk, coordinated by local tant one as business of vital Ing as program directress In professional areas of the coim I' Mrs. Louise Byrd, president,
NAACP and CORE, was both Importance will be discussed, the absence of Soror Delores try by paying tribute to all presiding.Mrs. .
dignified and moving. The me- officers appointed and major Bankston, led her Sorors In a career women. Mrs. Louise Jean Young, program
morial service which followedwas projects presented for approval.All dynamic discussion on "Current" Meadows of Youngstown, OhioIs chairman, brought mimeograph
held at Greater Bethel AME persons interested in becoming Problems That Face Us. serving as national chair copies of the year's program,
Church Many local dignitaries, members are asked to be This sorority, which Is the man. which was the main discussionon
including Mayor Robert King present.Joshua. only interracial sorority In the the agenda for the afternoon.
High, representatives of three Hlllman, Is president. United States, proudly awardsan
major faiths and civic and patrIotic annual scholarship to some Friendship Each member was asked to
groups participated in worthy lady each make herself a committee of
both the procession and memo- Please send all news for this young year. ClubThe one to encourage citizens to
rial service. column to Chatter That Matters Soror Boone urges all sororsto Charity register to vote in the coming
rang of the Miami Times, 6740 be in attendance at the next election.
Miami's contribution to help NW 15th Ave., Miami, Fla. meeting, September 28 at Friendship Charity and
rebuild the church where the Soror Eloise Kemp's home. Social Club met at the beautiful Mesdames Thelma Aranha
victims died was $1,089. This Plans for the celebration of home of Mr. and Mrs. Cox. and Geneva Henry were hostesses -
experience of shared g r i e t National Emancipation Centen- We are now getting ready for for the meeting. Mrs.
should make for a closer community Friendship Garden nial and the annual Regional the great Thanksgiving dinner Ella Ruth Thompson thankedthe
bond between all Mlamians. -' Convention, to lie at this meet- which we will sponsor.We hostesses for the delicious
: And Civic TicketThe repast
r 1 Ing. hope our club membershad
a very enjoyable vacation. Mrs. Louise Byrd, president;
.GEORGE SAVITT, conductorof Initial meeting of the May the Lord bless: those who Mrs. M. V. Moore, reporter.
the columns Phil Ossofer club was held at the home of Times ads don't were present. Mrs. U. Cox, pres
and Pun Phun cards in from Mrs. Percv Styles Saturday, Sep cost Ident; Mrs. Rethel Coleman,
Boston where he: and Mrs. Savittare tember 20. After the Installa- vice; Mrs. Frankie Dunn, reporter -
visiting their daughter and tion of officers by Mrs. D. A. They pay! I I, Join The NAACP!
son-in-law The Savits are to Julius the club went into its
{ of the for the .- --- --- -
be grand parents soon! planning program .
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UB1IKII HOARD No. 2 of Projects discussed were the For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call
Greater
Bethel AME Church
beautification of the grounds of
featured Charles L Williams as the Christian Hospital the sewing -I
guest speaker at Its annual tea project at Youth Hall the I. i. K
which was held In the church's potting of plants for the Easter
lower auditorium on Sunday. visit to Lantana and the plan-I BONDED
Mrs. Florence Washington is ning of the flower show to be
president of the board. held In the spring.

The majority of the club
MAXIK: MARGUERITE: members and
were present gave RENTAL
MILLER added another year to Interesting highlights of their
their years of "togetherness." summer vacation. The hostess
They celebrated their wedding served a delicious repast whichwas
anniversary Tuesday. Congratulations enjoyed by all.

The meeting adjourned to AGENCY INC.

BIRTHDAY GREETINGS and meet next time with Mrs. A. M. ,
best wishes to: Gladys Solomon, Twine. Mrs. lona H. Dukes, is
Lydia Hlfirgs, Cleo Jolllvette, president; Mrs. Mary Wright,
Regina Jollivette, Sharon Light- reporter. I
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Florida Beatings Show Need For SATURDAY! SEPTEMBER 28, 1963 PAGE 3 !
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A Strong Civil Rights Bill United States Bars GI's ', ::. :I f


From All Bias Events ,
NEW YOtttf The "impor- submission to the House. day previous by leaflets distributed -
tance of legislation empower- The full text of Mr. Wllkln's on St. Augustine streets.
ing Attorney General to Initi- telegram follows: Failure of local law officers to The armed services are barring t'am and athletic teams sponsored j
ate injunctive proceedings in all have armed meeting under sur- any pul/lic event where racial by various air bases '
civil rights violations is under- Importance of legislation empowering veillance is serious breach of discrimination is practiced. Another activity affeected '

scored by beating of f o u r initiate injunctive Attorney General to responsibility. Report th a t It was learned Tuesday that would he a concert by the Air I
NAACP officials in St. Augus- proceedings NAACP officials tried to"crash"
the Air Force has taken that Force Hand and other musical
in all civil rights violations Is
tine, Fla., Roy Wilkins exec- meeting is untrue. They ,
action. organization
utive secretary, said in Identi- underscored by beatng of four were forced out of car at gunpoint I
cal telegrams dispatched to 35 NAACP branch officials in St. and led to platform where Subsequently a Defense De- The Air Force issued its new
members of the House Judici- Augustine, Florida, on night of I/eating occurred Coming on partment spokesman said;: the regulation Sept. -1.1 It says:
ary Committee and -to Attor- Sept. 18 at Ku Klux Klan meat- heels of Birmingham atrocitythis other services are making simi- "Participation by military I
ney General, Rottert F. Ken- ing in which some local law officers should remove any doubtof lar moves in response to u Pentagon units, equipment or exhibits in I
nedy, were reported as parti- vital necessity for maximum directive. any event or activity , is
cipants. Confidence of St. Aug- authority for federal Interven- authorized only if admission, I I
The telegram, dispatched on ustine Negro citizens in local tion to protect Negro citizensIn Among other things the new seating and all other accommodations I
Sept. 20. said the beatings Indi- law enforcement further undermined South. regulation would keep tho Air and facilities con- ,
cated the ::vital necessity for by fact that four klans- Force Thunderbird, a fumed nected with the event or activities :
maximum authority for Federal men arrested were released in aerial stunt team, from going are available to all without
interventnon to protect Negro $100 bond in contrast to heavy FAMU STUDENTS through its paces before any regard to race, creed, color or i
citizens in the South." The ball required for Negroes arrested crowd seated according to a national O1'ighl.Support,
NAACP seeks inclusion of sucha on charges of violating CHARGED WITHCONTEMPT segregated pattern.It .
provision in the pending civil local anti-picket ordina.\' ces
rights bill now being readied by Klan mob was armed and also would apply to the NAACP
the Judiciary Committee for meeting had been announced Air Force Academy football

No decision was handed downon -, -
Thursday by Tallahassee Cir
cuit Judge Ben Willis on 115
I Atlanta Life Insurance Gives Fla. A and M University students k !
accused of violating a .,
court order against desegregation 1C7.1 I
$20,000 For Civil!: RightsDuring demonstrations. Judge
Willis took the case under advisement -
the formal banquet of: states in which we operate are .
the recent Convention of the on the front lines of this Thursday's trial involved 115
National Insurance Association,. struggle some of our reprc-, of the 150 students at FloridaA t1 i
President N. B. Herndon of the' senatfves have gone to jail." and M University who were
'
Atlanta Life, presented Dr. arrested Saturdyn night along !
Martin Luther King, Jr., with In the past 13 months the with five white students from
$5,000 to support the Southern Atlanta Life has contributed to'' Florida State University and t tI
Leadership Conference. the civil rights struggle $20,000.It two from the University of FJa I
gave $5,000 to the NAACP at Gainesville.
The total amount presentedDr.
The 157 were demonstratingbefore \
Legal Defense and EducationalFund
King ofthe by member association companies was- $5,000 to the National the Florida Theatre in FREE DELIVERY DRUG
protest to segregation. The remaining -
$10,500. office of the NAACP. and $5,000 42 students charged IIAIIOM) VICTIM.,: Mau *ier "
"I I to the Atlanta Branch of the
with violating the Injunction
Asked about the ''generous Phone 69L6651Mrs.
6750 N.W. 16th Avenue
I NAACP. will be tried Wednesday
contribution, Mr. Herndon said, j I j
"We are indebted to this great ---------
leader and all of the man. y .
others on the front lines of the .1.t
freedom struggle. We are especially : '':,<. asq
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proud of AtlantagLi ; lif : : ,
cause, Just as the e,, y, : :
he was horn and reared In the r *
city of Atlanta. Permit me to > 1 II,
add that we also proudly state .
that members of the Atlanta r.t
Life family throughout the 11


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ferrihg With court ordered desegregation Attention Jack Bell: S t o D
4 SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 28, 1963 I schools. I' braggihg about .the ..nbHilscrirriUnatfori !
pUblic
BROWSIN of Mjcy) at Variety Chl! J'
Will the Gov. obey this: order ren's Hospital uritil you take
By PAUL HENRY or go on until punishment is : down those "colored"_ and

.., inflicted, ?- "white" signs on the restroomsfor
the hired help. And isn't
In our Browsin last week. atransporsition President Kennedy has! madea the cafeteria Jimcrowed also?
of figures \vanteu touchdown In having the Test
to change the Jewish holiday Han Treaty ratified If Russia
keeps her pledge the extra peace An 18-year-old Georgian
ir. }. NISMUM: ) REEVES, Editor and Publisher Instead of reading 5721, it reads point will be made. The vote (white) surrendered to FBI
OAIITU C. RKKV1SS, Managing };dltorWhat's 5274* Sorry. favoring the treaty was 80-19. agents in San Francisco, giving
them $8,800 of the $19,500 he
This week your Browser County Irving Mc- robbed from the Citizens and
? plugs Auto Liability Insurance Nayr has recommended to Southern Emery Bank of Da-
The Real
Reason Agency, 977 NW 51th St.; Good Metro's Civil Defense CouncilA. catur, Ga,_,!on ,Augi_2t, _
man's Auto Insurance, 2G88 NW C. Fisher as Dade's Deputy
News of the denial of Miami Jackson( High School'suse G2nd St., Ed Cole's Quality Civil Defense director, replacing
of the Allapattah YMCA\ swimming pool this ,week Homes, 510 NW 50th St. and Sheriff T. A. BUchahatt. Attention All Elks!
Trio Realty, 1772 NW 47th Terr.
caused great concern among thinking people in this com
In
Read what they offer your
BTW There will be a Mass Meet-
munity. Social studies classes at
Miami Times* and Northwestern High are ing of all Elks, Monday flightj;
Jackson is the perennial state swimming championand active in the current voter reg- Sept 30 at the YMCA building,
President Kennedy Invites
: has depended on the YMCA pool for practice ses the Russians to join the United istration drive. They knocked on 58th St. and 15th formulating Ave,, for the the

:sions. The pool also had been used for the general physical States as partner In an at ault doors in their neighborhoodsurging 1964 Grand Lodge plans
citizens to register. Valencia -
education swimming on the moon. A great scientific
program venture It is, but as the sun Williams was in chargeat All Bills and Daughters are
Officially, the YMCA based its ruling on "excessive rules the day the purpose for BTW and Clifford Matthewsat invited. W Ok Perry, general l
'use" by Jackson students in previous years. But many of which God made It, so does the NHS. chairman.
moon rule the night, the purpose ,. ,-. --'
:us wonder if the more than 100 Negro students at inte- !%:
which It made. Local cab companies
for
was cooper-
grated Jackson High was not the real reason behind the Why not leave well enough' ated well In taking, people to
ruling of the Allapattah YMCA board. alone. register for free. Magic City i Auto InsuranceLow

Board Chairman Joseph Coppedge Jr., has admitted There are so many Important Brownsville and Midway Cabs
matters to deal with upon this deserve a pat on the back. The
that the Negroes were a factor in the board's decision. sinful earth House of Albert and Range monthly payments
Although the Allapattah YMOA, operates as an Funeral Home also lent cars to Discounts for safo drivers

autonomous unit, we feel that the time has come when transfer people to the reglstra- SB-22's FILEDIMMEDIATELY
Speaking of the 10 more Dade .
ion locations.A
our local YMCA should establish a definite policy in these Schools that were quietly inte-

matters of segregation and integration. Let's find out ii if I. grated, Supt. Joe Hall said, millionaire Cuban who Largo saving on fire and homeowners
the "C" in YMCA really stands for Christian "We quit counting them We feels sorry for Miami Negroesin insurance
Just handle Negroes like all that his .
refugee countrymenhas ....-- --
other kids That's progress. taken a lot of Jobs away and
It's been a long time coming has donated 25 turkeys with all D. Goodman
What Goes at Youth Hall?
but It's here and "our commun- the trimmings to needy families Sons Inc.
ity appreciates It. in Miami. ,
Nothing has come out in the daily press, radio or TV In case you want to know the
:about the alleged assault of a 15-year-old Negro girl by schools, Edison Park, Dade Real Estate Insurance
Demonstration Elementarles, Coconut Grove residents who
three white and three Negro men on Friday, August 23. I Comstock, Citrus Grove, Neva ought to register at Grove TV Mortgages
,A private hearing held on Monday in Judge W. R. Cul- King Cooper) Elementaries and and found it was closed can 2688 N.W. 62nd St.
"breath's Juvenile court ended in a comedy of errors in a Homestead Junior High. register at Bethell Williams
case where nothing at all seems very funny. I. Funeral Home, 3G28 Grand Ave. OX 1-.U38U-
We were hoping some rain
We understand the long juvenile record of the girl would fall It did, for the past There's a young Negro clerkIn : A family >business established
prompted the seemingly whitewash of the case. But no 10 days and plenty of It. So the Squire Shop at Uur- for many years to give yon
much that farmers with water dlne's. And Jordan Marsh has honest, efficient' service.
matter one's background, all should get equal protection another salesgirl.
drowning some of their fields
under the laws. Another dreary aspect of the case was were hoping it would stop. Drivers license, auto tags! and

the arrest of the girl's parents on charges of contributingto Florida Civil Liberties Union title transfers Mention at this this ad same and received lo--
the delinquency of a minor. We think a thorough investigation Montgomery: Ala., five will hold its third annual Plea cation. ball point free.
should be made into this case. federal judges ordered Gov.,I sure-Workshop at the Hotel n pen
George Wallace to stop inter- Sarasota Terrace next weekend. orr- -
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Too Many SpectatorsThe

march and the memorial service last Sundayfor /

the young victims of the Birmingham bombing was a

'wonderful demonstration. The quiet dignity of the marchers -

and the absence of incidents along the line of march I

was a solid tribute to the good faith of the people of

:Miami. Police protection for the march and service was

the most concentrated we've ever seen here. We were

happy to know it was there and happier to know it was

not needed.
Miami, October 10, 1922
\In
BORN
The thing that bothered us most was the fact that Family
Son of a Pioneer
there were at least 20,000 Negro spectators looking on Elementary
and tenth that the If i EDUCATED fn the Miami
only one; of number in procession. ( Graduate of Miami Senior
we are'.to win the full ,equality :we all'seek, then all\ of us Schools-,School -University of Miami

shoud Join the fight and quit\ standing on the, sidelines; High Alumnus Graduate of General Motors tr

{ looking on and making with he comments.] .* ; Management School


United ;in the, CauseIn : f 1f .>'They MARRIED have to 2 the children former Trudy Mary&Whitaker Michael. .' ,,.

I Own their Own' Home In Miami
the (Jast issue{ the :tlvinfc Church, a weekly rec- r
ord of the news,. work and the thought of the Episcopal BUSINESSMAN Owner of Bill Dock

'Church, under: the," caption, "United in The Cause' the Cars and Service Formerly Public State Re-
Rev. Robert A. McGill writes: lotions dl rector of Florida

At 2 p.m., August 28, some 200,000 black and white l R'' Theatres

. Americans on the approaches to Lincoln Memorial in the t CIVIC WORKER Charter Member and

: nation's capital declared themselves a single community J.. Past President of Variety Children'sHospital
c united in the cause of freedom. ;

Five hours earlier 300 Episcopalians acted out in I American Legion Member Club .
Member of Sheriff's Boy's
close focus the same spirit of unity, penitence, militancyand Sertoma Club Member x
joy which dominated the historic march. Better Business Bureau of Miami

i At the altar of the Church of St. Stet hen and the Chairman of March of Dimes Special

, Incarnation, the: celebrant was the Rev. Richard C. Hickf Event Committee

I Jr., rector of the Church of the Redeemer, Greensboro, Orange Bowl Hurricane Committee
. N. C. and prime mover in the racial issue there At the Served In the Armed Forces Board
8. Zoning
Planning
,pax, Fr. Hicks clasped with two black, hands the white Miami

.\ hands of the deacon and said :' "The pence of the Lord :
" be always with' "O / 'From'! black hand to white hand llr*

: through the entire congregation communicants passed

the ancient symbol of common unity in Christ. Put Your ,Stock"

'j That's the way it was all day.., Episcopalians were
present In large numbers, as were members of various IN

i religious bodies, civic groups, labor unions, etc. But
marching along Independence and Constitution avenues,
identifications of that sort were largely supplanted by a

unique' ; manisfestation of brotherhood which clearly tran- I :Th' V.

scended all customary barriers and reserves and caused sill:

fidences.perfect strangers to exchange smiles, greetings, even con- _


Many told Living Church reporters that they .yJ
persons
CANDIDATE J J FOR 1 MIAMI
felt the March would be a turning point for local civil CITY COMMISSION "ou'
PAID POllTiCAL 3PAGE
rights action In their parishes and communities. ADVEHT.SEMENT

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Bahamas PLP]Party I Freedom Walker MurderlSuspect. FreedNew ''I'I I'


York City, Sept. 20: An two days after the kill them too." Soon there-
Leader Speaks ?Here Etowah county grand jury refused roadside murder following i he was released In '$5000
on September 13 to Indict FBI ballistics test ,
ment. ''T-.I| Floyd Simpson; for the that the bullets In Moore's j
At the conclusion of his murder on April 23 William came from a gun county grand jury's act-
fk Moore, Baltimore CORK mem Simpson. setting Simpson free, came
speech, members of the Frank month after Madeleine
ber on his one-man FreedomWaf I a
lin Federal Board of Directorsand k across the south. Moore had walked: past! an actress who was
Advisory Board, rose in Simpson had) been arrested I son grocery store ''and\ had the third group of
honor of the distinguished portedly talked to him. Freedom Walkers was
speaker.Mr. i - son was still In Jalj&lvhen to six months in Jail. '
first group of Freedom is appealing the decision, '
Taylor returned to Nassau ers resuming Moore's walk the other Freedom Walk- i I,
but his Is expected to visit arresteed. On that day he who recleved lesser sen."r"
Miami again soon. heard telling other : .



Bridge Club Elects She Last Chance :I 1


OfficersThe Registration for the ; Hutcheson Realty, 5178 I:

city commission election 17th Ave. James E. Scott }
Sunshine State Dupli- Tuesday and registration lltn"I'd ; I''
cate Bridge Club, affiliate of 'x a will be left in the city's 70 7200 NW 22nd Ave.' I
the National American Bridge until Neal's Gro
ing precincts Saturday.City
ax Association began the new club Clerk Frank Correll 4825 NW 27th Ave.
year with great enthusiasm. persons who have never Miami Central I
Co., 178 NW 14th St.:
tered before who have
-'i... Officers elected were: Albert or 1stralln Office, 1351 NW
Roamer, president; Mrs. Dollie ed their precinct, may ('
St.
Henry M. Taylor, chairman of Whitehead, secretary; Mrs. Ann ' Monday through Friday' Mt.\ Zion AME
the Bahamas Progressive Liberal Lindsay, financial secretary; 8:30: a.m. to 5 p.m. 22nd Ave. and 152nd
Party (PLP) and former Meander Jackson, treasurer. After Saturday
member of the Bahamas Houseof books will remain open at
Assembly, was key speakerat The club is planning to expand -, ZRk office of the county Grove Bethell Wil
Funeral Home
3028
the recent meeting of the this year and participatein i of voter registration, 1351 Ave.
Franklin Federal Savings Ad- more attractive bridge 12th St., during the same i
____ Heights Drug
events. U Registration for the
visory Council at the Ever-
14038 Lincoln Blvd I
closes Oct. 10.
glades Hotel, Miami\ Since we are the only Dupli- Appointed to State The following special rrlnc Matthews Center,

A moving force in Bahamas' cate Bridge Club, and the only borhood locations will also SW 103rd Ave.
Mental Health
circle, Mr. Taylor commented chartered club In the state of open until 5 p.m. Saturday, Mays High School,
upon the challenging work of Florida, our membership Is CouncilJames 28: Halnlin Drive.
Franklin Federal Savings. He made up of people who Just like Liberty City 1411> White Way Bar
stated "This Federally charted to play bridge and enjoy play- W. Whitehead, execu- Square Center, 0301 NW Shop, 508 SW 4th St.
institution, has within its power ng in tournaments. Member- tive director of the Greater Miami .--
and scope of operation, a ihlp is unlimited.We Urban League was recent. SATURDAY: SEPTEMBER ,28, 1963 PAGE 5
great opportunity to lift the I ly appointed to the State Men-
economic bonds of the Negro in are now Match conducting where an tal Health Advisory Planning ': "..w -', ., '.. - '-- " .
Acquaintance Council The Council created : :: : <, -J"" n. Ji : : .
was
South Florida by helping himto each new member is being
help himself We have heardof oached and teamed with an old ) as a result of acton! by the -i,
your fine work in Nassau. member acquainting him 88th ConiM'e which makes
You are helping Negroes to a with the rules and laws of duplicate available Grants-in-AId fundsto
better way of life through saving play. The date of the final assist states In developing What's Our
and home ownership. play-off will be announced a comprehensive }plan for com-
mental health servicesand
when one new member will win munity
Taylor, originally from a facilities.
recognition the "ProgressiveNew
small Bahama "out-Island as Florida has received
received a planning -
like to
Player If
his early education from you : grant for two years to deVelop <
play bridge and want to Join,
private tutors since regular educational low i ig the time while Ueginners its )plan for mental health Big PLUS?
facilities were not are the main attraction. Mem- The first meeting of the Council I
available to him. He later trav- bership is still Contactthe sponsored by the State
eled to Nassau where he became secretary for open.admission, Board of Health, the Legislative .
an accountant in the ser- Mrs. Dollie Whitehead, 444-0572 I Committee on Mental Health, r I
vice of the British Overseas Air. Committee Mental
Interagency on
after 0 p.m. ,7 FAIR DIVIDEND RATES? I): t+
ways Coroporation. During this Health, Florida Institutesfor '
period he formed the Progres- Mrs Effie Williams our foun Continuing University Stu- . CURRENT 41/8l
sive Liberal Party which now der and retiring president was dies, and the Florida AssocIa-
encompasses almost all of the hostess:' to the opening meeting.The tion for Mental Health, will be
Islands of the Bahamas.A next meeting will be at the held in Tallahassee on Sept) 30- LOW COST HOME LOANS?
home of Miss Blanche Calloway Oct. 1 In the House Chamber .
quiet, soft-spoken man, .t. . YESI 't',
Saturday, Sept. 28, 8 p.m. Capitol Building '(t
possessing keen insight Into the
problems of his people, Taylor I
Is the leader of the "loyal oppo
sltlon" in the British held Islands
and is welding together a PLUS. ,. '
large and powerful segment of . '
the Bahamian population who
are knowledgeable and InterestIng -
In the affairs of govern- I EQUAL JOB OPPORTUNITIES 4 I I

Is it properto .: FOR ALLIMORTGAGES ../

Youth Hall News WITHOUTDISCRIMINATION 4


Blanche Galloway, chairmanof !
WMBM Volunteer Programat !,
Youth Hall expresses sincere call for Gordon's '.
thanks to the volunteers from WHEN YOU DO BUSINESS WITH 1r
Bethany Seventh Day Adventist
Church. They come Sat- .
every
YOUR 100% INTEGRATED
urday afternoon and hold spiritual !. byname
guidance services with the

They and girls and faithful are Indeed boys group.at a Youth dependanlfle Some Hall.of in English Pubs? ROOSEVELTSAVINGS

those who give freely of their
services are Elder Robert Davis, & LOAN ASSOCIATION]
Willie Glenn, Martha Lee' Hud
son, Simion L. P. Wallace Rob- Jfs not a matter of being proper. It's .... "
ert Finley, Isaac Moon, Melvin unnecessary.! For,when most Englishmen 1 -- '

Robinson, Walter Robinson, ask for to Gordon' :;
Samuel Adolphus, Ivory Adol- gin,they expect get
phus, Hannah Mann Anna Bell After all,Its distinctive dryness and delicate (, ',

Moore, Vernel Lewis, Cyril L. flavour have been a part 't,,,I'1\
HIggs, James Stevenson and
others.AMVANV. of English life for 194 years.

V-- --.V- Americans, however,have vi )-.tq"f .
been enjoying Gordon's JOHN t. OAR, I. ILMIR A. WARD

i FOR SALE for.a somewhat shorter CHAIRMAN PRESIDENT

North Miami Beach span of time. So it Is

wlseand proper)to specify i il i ':,,, ACCOUNTS .INSURED' UP TO, .

NE ISljt f St.:&:.,14th>Ave. t Gordon's by name. Goflpi I: I $$10,090.-1 IV;< AN AGENCY .CtfHI .

"BRArTbiNEW Your;.first sip of a ,; '9.d/ fEDERAL OOVUNMINT.

Gordon's martini will _
2 houses on each large lot p
teUyouwhyifstheblggest 1 -
lat aMD r OPEN:
66 x 132 feet each. Feature selling gin over:here GIN M."..Th",.., 10 .......4 p.m.M .
'I '.. 10 .......a ,.....
well in England
2 large bedrooms, den kit. ** as !..., f .......n.*...
r
Frond the rest of the world.

chen, living room, 'diningroom '.r


utility room. ?PMMCT OF V.1.1.WSttllfl US9H Wt s ioox KBTUUPtTO 6015 N. W. 7th Avenue Tel.: 754-6651
&i
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:1 11 U 27th Ave. at 54th St.

EVE. R C LOS E D Good Thru 28th Weller's AG Store
N - - Prices Sept. Only
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Franks Ib 470 Chuck Roast Ih 390

MELROSE 8 LBS. DIRR'S ROLLSausage

Canned Ham $5.19 lb' 35t,

SMOKED
Pork Steak lb 39 Picnics Ih Z90

RACORN POUND

Sliced Bacon 39'' Spare Ribs Ib 490

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.:- Produce .:. SUNSHINE SWEETSUGAR Frozen Dairy
10 LBS. 5 Ibs 290
Morton Dinners 39*
Potatoes 431 With $5.00 Order or More
BEEF CHICKEN TURKEY
303 WHITE HOUSE
4 FOR Apple Sauce 2 for 250 Strawberries 10 Ounce Shurfine Sliced 23*
Grapefruit 150
46 OZ. LIBBY'S PINEAPPLEGrapefruatDuink AND 10 Ounce Shurfine
McINTOSH 251' 'Broccoli Spears 23*
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3 Ibs 39
Apples ARISTOCRAT 10 Ounce Shurfine Baby
Lima Beans 2 for 291
Charcoal 20 ibs 890
Yams 3 Ibs 25 10 Ounce Shurfine
MARCAL-Assorted Colors Peas 2 for 291
j Grade A Small Fresh Florida
Toilet Tissue Roll lOc VK Gallon Manor House
3 doz. .
Eggs $1 Ice Cream 49t

III i| We Cash Payroll Checks Cold 'Beer At All TilJ.es.. 24 Hours. DAILY/ I

t,'I>!I 300 HUNT'S !303 G.:'KITCHEN' SLICED
Fruit Cocktail 5 for $1 ,''Green :Beans 2 for 291''
9:t Buy Tree and get One FREE
jl 300 VAN CAMPWith Tomato Sauce .
AUNT JEMIMA'S
III Pork & Beans 2 for 250 :Meal l 5. lbs 33 Q

'I HUNT'S It 5 LBS QUAKER
I Tomato Sauce 8 oz. 101 Quick :Grits 290
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OO" OOOO GOOOOO 12 Negroes On Topps Rookie All-Star Team f


LOOKING THE . Two leading Negro major
league baseball players were THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA. I
elected to the 1663.Topps Rookie I SATURDAY' SEPTEMBER 28, 1963 PAGE 7 .
SPORTS WORLD OVERBy All-Star team It was announced
today. They are Jesse Gon- base, Chicago White Sox; Al usually overshadowered by the
der, catcher, New York Mets Wels, shortstop, Chicago White publicity given to establishedstars.
LEO ARlIBRI8TERooo \ and Tommy Harper, outfielder, Sox; Vic Davallllo, outfielder, I Topps publishers and dis-
Cincinnati Reds. Cleveland Indians; Jimmie Hall, tributes the popular bubble
Minnesota Twins; Tommy Harper gum baseball trading cards,
al .GaaQGOA. The full roster of the team Cincinnati; Jessie Gonder, among other products.In I
are: catcher; Mets; Ray Culp, pitcher 1DC2, the following playerswere
I Eddie Johnson Bowls League RecordThe Rusty Staub first base: Hous Phillies; Gary Peters, right handpitcher elected to the team:
ton Colts! Pete Rose, 2nd base: Chicago White Sox. Frod Whitfield, Bernie Allen

Excelsior League expanded more than once; however If they Cincinnati Reds; Pete Ward, 3rd The members of the rookie Ed Charles, Tom Tresh, Manny ('
to 16 teams coupled Jiminez, Al Luplow, Boog Powell
were toying with the situationfor team will be honored at lun-
with bowling at the renowned Bob Rodgers, Dean Chance
cheon at the Waldorf-Astoria
thrill-sake the fans really and Al Jackson.
Cloverleaf Lanes has really Swimming Pools
Hotel In New York City on Oct. I
got a good supply and it
given the) league major status ; was 21 when they will receive engraved The lOttl winners J. C.
the Open Fri. Sat. Nites were: j
and along with these acquistlons Dodgers winning the very trophies and other Martin, Jake Wood Dick How-
the calibre of bowling has been crucial series from the teams I
Metro Dade: County Park. awards. ser Charlie Smith, Lee Thomas,
that had
pointing upwards as evidencedby to be beaten when Swimming pools will be closed Billy Williams, Floyd Robinson, I
1
they had to be beaten. This Is the
the professional type 'games weekday evenings but will remain fifth consecutive Joe Torre, Don Schwall and
many of the bowlers have been that the election has been
in open Friday and Saturdayfrom year Jack Curtis.
rolling so far In this young sea- Early the season they tooka 6 to 1)I beginning held. It is sponsered by Topp
go ahead series from the p.m. Members of the team: In lOGO
Chewing Gum to help foster
son.On opening night Eddie Johnson's Giants in a sweep of four, later Monday, Sept. 23. Sundays the greater Interest In baseball. were Jim Gentile, Julian Javier,
will be 1 5pm.
they took three from the Giants pools open p.m. to Ron Hansen, Ron Santo, Tommy
247 235 (CG9)) set was a hours otherwise Topps sports officials visited
Dally are
and did a Custer's Last Stand Davis Frank Howard
Tony
most thrilling performance; following each of the major league ball-
unaffected. The Involved
against the Cardinals when it pools Curry, Jim Coker, Chuck Es-
a week later, JamesMitchum's Cutler Estates parks to conduct the secret bal-
Ridge, Tropical
are -
was do or die. tranua and Dick Stlgman
245 210 ((619)) set Richmond Heights, loting.

was another demonstration of The Dodgers are now faced Hunche Park, Norwood, Little The plan to name an annual Elected In 1059 were: Willie
what to expect from the league with overcoming their last River and Mrtyle Grove. Full major league Rookie All-Star McCovey, Pumpsle Green, Joe
this season. najor obstacles for the '64 season schedules will be resumed next Koppe, Jim Baxes, Ron Fairly,
Team conceived
Enthusiasm is high among beating the Yanks. This spring, according to Arthur was by ToppsIn Uoo Allison Willie Tasby, John
bowlers, the ever so congenial .hey should accomplish in six Peavy Jr., recreation division 1959 to call attention to the Romano, Jim{ Perry and Jim
management and sponsors; these games. superintendent young ball players who are OToole.
conditions are the componentsfor I IJ
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a good strong league.
Excelsior league seems to be -
enjoying all this; so anticipation -
is high for an even better
season than previous ones.
Top average of 190 and up: ,
Eddie Johnson 223

Simms 208 .. .,
Fran Smith 206 :

Albert Willie Nicholson Bryant 200 196 jrew d fQrtht '

Oswald Smith 193
James Terry 191
High' single game:
Eddie Johnson 247 %pMerful world'0flisiife
Sandy Simms 235 ,
Eddie Johnson 235 F
Frank Smith 225 ,

High Eddie 3-game Johnson C60 de ;:::

Fran Smith Simms 625 619 :: : .

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SATELLITE MANAGER ,,,_ 4.f I
CONSC1ENTOUS SPONSOR II I

Bill Harris, popular managerof '\
the famous Satellite Lounge,
who Is sponsoring the "Astro- ,,y
nauts" team In the Excelsior
League is a sponsor 'plus. His
promotional scheme to keep the p* ""'i
league in front of the public is
most unusual. Harris plans to
have a display corner at his i
lounge hangout featuring all
league activities and from what
this reporter has seen of the
design, it is out of this world. ''I


ABE THUNDEIiniKDS North CLIPPED Dade r Thunderblrds WINGS a t:: \I I


defending city champions have
twice been thrown for a loss '
in their effort to defend their

title.The Thunderblrds have not : :T; ,, ..:

been able to cross the pay line _
this season, losing to Mays 42-0)
and to the Belleglade Eleven

19-0.Coach Arnold has to do some j :

hard digging-In if his birds Intend ___. ;
to make any tracks this ,
season. :1( '
DODGERS COULD WIN : : .
IN SIX ;
Illlllllllmwwet
Back in April it was easy
to pick the Dodgers and Yanksin
the World Series in October; i i1r
but the Dodgers made us takea
closer look at our predictions : u



Machen KO's Miami

Heavy in Comeback N
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Try


Heavyweight Eddie Machen, U
who successfully started on the 'I5as. .
comeback trail Monday night
with a knockout of Ollle Wilson yiib /,K'. 1'1"i
in Santa Monica, Calif. Civic I i f,,
Auditorium, says he's ready: to ;
take on the Louisville Lip, Cas-
r rr
slus Clay, "right now."

The 100-pound Machen, relaxing A round of crisp refreshing Old Milwaukee Is a perfect way to "

in his dressing room following celebrate a 200 game . or to relax after missing too
his knockout of Wilson
.
206, Miami in 2:19: of the sixth many spares. Either way, you can always enjoy the mild and
round of a scheduled six-
rounder said he was "very satisfied mellow taste that satisfies your leisure thirst, glass after ;

with the results of breakdown his first glass after glass . with Old Milwaukee, America's Light Beerl F
mental
fight snce a
14 ,months ago.
special lightness that never sacrifices flavor
"It was a big step for me,

he remarked. "The whole eyes OMUL JO*.KMUn Ittwt.COHTAlnr.MlVAUKtf.WIICMIIK..AND TAMF.fU.II t A. '
of the sports world were on me.I .

was more tense than any fight .' "
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in my life.





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I SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1963 PAGE 9
At Imperial Court

AIrr Rosebud Byrd Ill Com- $69.00 CLYDE KILLENS' KNIGHT BEAT PRESENTS -

lnandress, Kazah Court 117, and ' A BIG TRIPLE ATTRACTION THIS WEEKENDs
Mrs Ethel Jonnson, imperial] 100% Human Hair
Deputy of the Oasis, attended ,
the Imperial Court of the Free Set s "r? ex
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O'Hiien. Beauty Clinic held recently He is graduate of Censor's GEE GEE LETANGE

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PKRSULAN: RIN8K AND 'PRRSS for keeping the hair from Bank in Paris, France

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the PURSULAN 3IKII\\TEI: ) SCALP CRKAMhlch lelioes COMING NEXT WEEK! OCTOBER 4. 5. 6

dandruff, falling hair, l'h1Jworm and Itchy scalp, and bald spots
except in male pattern baldness. ?t

31 r. Dumas along with several other: local beauticians Assisted '
:Mr. Hill Simmons of New York In demonstrating the nenPKRSULAX ---- -
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Jacksonville Juvenile Jury Has MeritPerhaps PAGE 8 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1963


you have read the The idea of the youth Jury is want to know evactly how the
story entitled "Jacksonville' spreading said the Judge, not system works. He 'is flooded
!
HOMES HOMES HOMES
Jury of Juvenile Peers" In Aug- only In Florida, but across the with correspondence.How .
country through Ohio to Minnesota I
ust: Readers Digest. If have
you
South Dakota, San Fran- about such a a panel In
not you have missed a real good cisco, judges and civic groups Miami. Or do we have one? No qualifying move right in no closing costs
one. It was condensed from Direct from owner.
:-rents' Magazine.

An Interracial group of far- Pressure To Be Brought 1-1527 NW 42nd St. CBS doll house, porch, car-

sighted youngsters and a wise porte, oak floors, big lot $395 down. $78 month
judge have found a new way
of dealing with law breakers On Birmingham ExecutvesIn 2-2139 NW 43rd St. Nice 2-bedroom, porch, big lot

among the city's teenagers and $100 down $69 month.
are getting worthwhile results. a request sent from SNCC
The court is that of Judge headquarters, Atlanta, Northern 3-1815 NW 47th St. 3-bedroom, 2 porches, oak
John E. Sanatora who last year Coordinator, Sandra Hayden, I Georgia Nursing floors, carport. $10,300 total. $400 down FHA
l1 came disturbed by the muggings called for immediate response Students to Train 1
gang fights, robberies, from "all friends of justice and I 4-1343 NW 41st St. 3-bedlroom. garage, corner, 2 -
drunk driving and other crime supporters of SNCC.' At Jackson HospitalFifteen
cases: by teenagers. The Youth "We are asking that you use senior nursing stu- porches. Real sharp.

Council on Civic Affairs startedby every possible means to exert dents from Albany State College SEE NOW CALL WI 5-9886 I
high school students decided pressure on the corportlon executives l in Georgia will arrive in I
that they would make an ef who control much of Miami Saturday, evening for intern -
fort to better conditions. They Birmingham's economic and racial tralnlng..at' Jackson Memorial ; II
contacted Judge Sanatora and policies. These industries, Hospital and South Fla. ::-
suggested the creation of a teen by their silence and inaction, Mental Hospital. It will be the
age jury for the Muncipal are supporting the killing of in- first time these facilities have THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY! \
Court. There are 20 membersin nocent children. been used in training Negro '
the council, 40 of them volunteered In a special mailing, the names nurses.A kt PREPARE FOR
to form a jury panel i and addresses of ;Miami
directors of nurse, Mrs Ethel
from which six at a time could ten corporations which employ Davis, will be in charge of the} CIVIL SERVICE
be picked to serve in court. .
over one-third of Birmingham'smanufacturing student nurses who will work
The judge hesitated, stating workers were under the medical staffs of both JOBSAND
that the youth jury would haveno listed. The appeal also called for institutions.The . .. 1
.legal l authority; demonstrations by supporters, students will live at the
"to protest the failure of Bir- Hanna Hotel, G31 NW 32nd St. ( ASSURE YOURSELF
Tho' Judge decided, precendentor mingham officials to appre- where Miss Lovett Hutcheson
no precedent, let's try it. hend those! responsible for the will serve as matron. flI1k' LIFETIME SECURITY
With three white and three Ne- 20 some bombings of a racial They will stay In training for I (
MEN WOMEN 18 To 50]
''groes sitting (they occupy the nature which have occurred one year after which anothergroup
seat in the court room). A there in the past few months." will lake their places Grammar school sufficient for
white delivers the I
verdict
on a white Juror defendant, a Negromemb'er oirrs TO All WITH COUPON }, I a many |obs. Receive full Infer-
on a Negro defendant. mm SR-22 FILLED NEW !S 2t mallon on how to get a gov't.
$1 0 I 'OUIA"PlICATlON WHILE YOU WAIT j .1:,liI, lob. Keep your present (lob
Sometimes is "
the sentence too 6O while 'training.
harsh and the judge will reduce !!U'!!! .
EASY TERMS POLICY .. :\ MMIM MIAMI DACI CHAMIrt or CflMHM "'.
it but these
jurors are REFUSfO .INIWAl PRIVIllfllIN "
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA. NEW MT. MORIAH GRACE
This is "Christian
Sunday
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1963 Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor Education Sunday" In the I Phil Ossofer Says:
k Ruby Handy, reporter Church School staff will be re-

NEW HOPE BAPTISTRev. on up the King's highway. The church with the doors of morning service, the Sunday ::
W. E. Sims, pastorA. Sunday night the visiting welcome, invites the public to dedicated, as we look forwardto ::: :;:
L. Stephens, reporter minister, Rev. F. 1:. Wilder delivered worship with us during our reg-- another fine program yearof I am stunned at the atrocious
ular services. Sunday School at Children's Work.. bombing in Birmingham. How
We had a grand and glorious Christ"the was message.the subject."Invitationof You. 930: morning service, 10:45: and At the evening service, the could anyone in the form of a
time throughout Sunday. Ourpastor's
who not really evening service at 0.45.: staff will present a special pro- human being perpetrate such a
morning message was were present We are expecting our pastorto which we hope all of
gram heinous deed?
missed soul stirring mes-
well received, from a
speaking
\ return home after being you will attend.
the subject, uDon t Forget Me." sage. away a month for the treatmentof Thanks to J. D. Faniel, super- Some of us have strayed far
Sunday at 3 p.m. our No 1 choir The public is invited to a his health. He will be backto intendent, and the teachers for from the true path, the path
celebrated its 30th anniversarywith Musical Feast this Sunday at the church the first Sfjnday their industrious service to the trod by One Who suffered and
great success, financiallyand 7:30: p.m. sponsored by the Pas in October. We are asking the growth of our church youth.We died that all might have a bet.
spiritually. We pray that tor's Aid Club. We urge the pubMc to continue in prayer for commend Harold Higgs, ter way of life.
the warm fellowship existing membership at large to please him. chairman of the anniversaryweek
between us as members of the attend the various activities In in November for his fine Those who were directly responsible -
same family and coworkerswith planning{ and for this monstrous
LJ half of the Month Rally. direction of pro-
Jesus Christ will continue who is in Jackson Memorial gress in t his event. Thanks bombing will find in their day
Let continue to for
to bring us an unmeasured degree our sick us and shut-Ins. A pray special! Hospital. The public is always also to Mrs. Ursula Higgs, and of judgment, if not sooner, that
of enthusiasm, that will Graham welcome to worship with U3 to all committees and membersand they have destroyed only one
for Mrs. Almeta I
move us swiftly and joyfully: prayer at all times. ;; friends, who are helping to thing . their own souls. The
f
1Rl.411.mrmrt7cfiCT I. make this celebration a mem- souls of their victms are un
\ orable success. touched, save to have been
Last Wednesday and Thurs- transplanted, like tender plants
day the pastor attended Pres- to a larger and more beautiful!
bytery meeting at the Lake garden, gently and lovingly
Placid Conference Center. Em- tended by the 1J loved Gardener
phasized at this conference was God.

the importance of strengthening "And fear not them which
the Adult Christian Educa-
1IMBMRadio kill the body, but are not ableto
tion of the church, to
program kill the soul ." (Matt.
match the standard of Youth
10:28.: ) We are in this world but
Education in the church.
for a fleeting moment, Just long
enough to choose our place in
ST. NICHOLASFrom the next one, depending on our
Oct. 6 services will be faith and deeds here.

as follows: Low Mass 8 a.m.; The Innocent, such as the vic
Sunday School 3 p.m.; Vespers tims of this atrocity, shall find
7:30: p.m. at St. Nicholas, West their place in the heavenly
: Indian Catholic Church, situated -
abode. "Take heed that de-
ye
at 3020 NW Oth St., Miami.
spire not one of these little
X490Vy Other, services will be announced ones; for I say unto you, thatIn
: at 3020 NW 50th St., Miami. heaven their angels do always -
dully Invited. behold the face of my
Services will be conducted by Father which is in heaven." ..
the Very Rev. N. A. Derrick, ti
OSB, pastor and Founder, who The destroyers, who have de. -
resigned from the American stroyed their souls for eternity,
Catholic Church. recently. have chosen the slums of separation -
from God as their
abode in the next world. "Woe
\o listen TEMPLE BAPTISTRev. unto the world because of offences .
trt For it must needs be
L. A. Thompson, pastor
I ; : that offence come; but woe to
\c\ Sunday was Promotion Day in that man by whom the offence
'iIJd the Bible School. More than 50 cometh!" (Matt. 18:10.: )
pupils and teachers were award.
1fI/J t ed Promotion and Recognition There is sadness in our hearts
I Certificates.The because the beast (hate,) has
Woman's Day committee overcome the saints, (love.)
will sponsor a dinner this Sat- Yet the day of reckoning is
t urday at the church, from noon near when those with the markof
VWMBM until night. A delicious menu is the beast shall drink of the
being prepared and delivery win e of the wrath of God,
: will be made if required. Do- which is poured out without
Contest & Games nation $1.00. mixture In the cup of His in-
The No.1 choir and ushers dignation. (Rev. 14:10.: )
will motor Sunday morning to
Mt. Z Ion Baptist Church,

1. Win For Your Game West vice at Palm the Beach meeting to of render the Min-ser- UN Day PlannedPlans

.Sing Supper isters and Deacons' Union of Atlantic
Coast Baptist Associa- for Greater Miami's observance -
tion. The bus will leave the of United Nations Day
church at 830.: and Week were completed at a
2. Win-Lueky Street Game Tickets are being sold by the meeting this week of civic organizations -
women for a "straw ride" on. representatives at
Friday, Oct. 11. Watch for the the County Courthouse.
place.

3. Win-1490 Jack Pot Contest mittee Co-chairman co-ordinating of the civic arrange com

ZION HOPE BAPTIST ments are Metro Commissioners -
3 t Harold Spaet and Charles F.
5129 NW 17th Avenue Hall.


4.; Win--K'n' w 'Your Station Contest t Hope Rev., would the Paul members Freeman like to ,thank of pastorWe Zion all been President Nationally set as Kennedy United proclaimed,Nations Oct. 24 Day has by

our guests who participated on. and Oct. 20-26 as United Na-

5. Win-Call; Your Shot Contest our. enjoyed Beatrice Woman's by Waldron's everyone Day program.Mrs. messagewas pres- Commission tions proclamation Week in will by Dade be the County.issued.County A

ent. She spoke from the theme,
"The Grand March." Our choir Co-chairman Spaet and Hall
sang out of their souls. The urged all to arrange interesting

'''' ,.o'Jo. '. evening message was brought to programs for their organiza-
us by Mrs. Madeline Williams, tions. Program chairman Is
i which we all enjoyed. Mrs. Marie Balaban.
%VIPrizes
a .. ( Special thanks to Corinth
Choir No. 1. for its song service.
Mrs. Marie Freemon was! sick and shut-ins.
crowned as Mrs. Zion Hope and
; :: Miss Laulanda Davis was Members, don't forget that we
'9f AIR CONDITIONERS crowned as Miss Junior Z Ion are on program with our pastor

i., Hope. Friday night, Sept. 27 at Per-
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FIRST BAPTIST THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA. '
15700 NW 22nd Ave. I 1

Rev. W. J. Macon, pastor SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1963 PAGE 11 :
Sara McRae, secretary

When our pastor took his text Gamble Memorial Church BAHA'I ASSEMBLY \

S on to question Sunday morning why he no spoke one from had (01.' GOD IN CUltIST) The Baha'i Assembly of

the subject, "Love is Action", Elder J. C. Jackson, pastor Miami will present its next dis-
Scripture, "Father forgive them Nathaniel Thomas, reporterOur cussion on Sunday, Sep. 29, at I
for they know not what they church was highly glorified the Baha'i Center, 137 N.W. I,
do." left no reason to wonder all day on last Sunday, 11th Ave. The subject for this !ij I
with the junior choir rendering First with the morning message session will be: "Baha'i: A
the song service under the direction coming from our church mother World Religion." The public Is I I,
of Miss Alfredia Por- Mrs. W. L. Norris. cordially Invited to attend.
tier and the junior ushers serv- Phone Secretary, FR 1-5120, for
ing under the direction of Mrs. Were you there on last Sun- further information.
Alberta Manning. day? Well if you weren't you THANK YOU .. Baha'i
t{ w really missed having a wonderful Assembly of Miami, Fla.

Rev. Macon gave a timely and time in the Lord. The annual -
informative sermon. fourth Sunday chorus revival "
Sunday the Male Chorus also was celebrated very beau. ST. MARY'S W M.
celebrated Its 7th anniversary. tifully. The choruses sang out II
Rev. II. V. Stuart, pastorM.
The president, Deacon Shelly of their souls. .
,
Albritton I. Dorothy Major, repol.terGreat
expressed his grati-
tude for the cooperation of the There were Coconut Grove, Spirit, help me neverto
members through the Miami Temple, Hlaleah Temple, Judge another until I have
Day to be Observed Tokens of appreciation years.were First Deliverance, Walker's! walked in his:: moccasins for two

presented to the pianist, Mrs. Temple and Gamble Memorial weeks.
Marvelenc Harvey and to Mrs. Churches of God in Christ. The Sunday will be visitors day.
At Antioch Baotist Sunday Ella Baker, who works untir- Rev. I. S. Cohen brought the 'Each membVr is asked to briiitf

------.1 ingly with the male chorus. Financial message' for the occasion. a friend with him.
Woman's Day at Antioch -'- The pastor would like for the
Baptist effort of the ai a I e Miss Barbara Jackson and
t Church, Brownsvillevi rr Chorus $240.50. social committee to meet at 5:30:
be this Sunday, Sept. 29. r I Bernice Washington were p.m. Sunday Sept. 201 at tho
The women, along with the You are always welcome to i awarded from Mrs. Gussie church hall to make arrangements -
pastor and entire membership : worship with us at First Bap Gamble for being the best 1m- for the visitors. 1'he

will be looking for you to come tist. promtu contestants at the annual pastor would like as many
and worship with them. State Women's Conventionof members as possible of t h e
The Eastern Florida. Both are and means committee to
morning ways
speaker/ will be
Mrs. Athalle Range, owner of I NEW PROVIDENCE from Gamble Memorial. be at the meeting also.
Rev. C. J. Burney, pastorSis. We to hear of the
the Range Funeral Home an Bishop Dean from Nassau, are sorry
outstanding civic worker. Claudia Wilson, reporterWe Bahamas visited our church on Illness of Sister Minnie John-
The evening speaker will be are thankful to God for last Sunday. son. The church is praying for
Ills many blessings. We pray 1 speedy recovery
LA you keep in mind the song festival On behnlf or Men's Day films
f't, sponsored by the No. 2 TRANSFIGURATIONEpiscopal will be shown at the church by
'ti choir. Two choirs Sunday at the liro. John Billiard who is co-
i Dade County Auditorium at 2:30: ( ) worker of Sister Edna Culmer.

I ;. ______ to 5:30: p.m. Tickets will also be Fr. Ellsha S. Clarke Jr., vicar Please, members, give them
S x on sale at the auditorium.The Sunday. Sept. 29. the Feast of your l support.:
I tI' Ministers and Deacons St. Michael and All Angels;

t i t Union will convent with the Matins 0 a.m.; Solemn Sung
GREATER ST. MARK P.B.
; Jordon Grove Baptist Church Mass and Sermon with proces-
,
I : t,. Saturday morning. Our )president sion 0:15: a.m.; Sunday School) Rev F'. 1... Johnson, pastor
M. c9, Ii''i will be expecting all of 10'30 a.m. West Hollywood, Fla.
1 our ladles to be present. "It's a Time to Shout" was
It is so very comfortable the subject of tho sermon so
g Consecration hour, 8 a.m. Be now that we have moved to a
:MIW.! ODESSA W. WILLIAMS uniformed, also all children be new location. The address is cautlfully delivered by our

will be "Women's Contributionto present Saturday evening at 1 Rainbow Park School Audtor- own, Rev. Johnson. I sincerely
hope someone was Insplrled by
a Christian America." o'clock Brother Ezekiel Farrow, ium, 1800 NW 154th St. There ,
The First Baptist Church choir president of the No. 1 choir, has vlll be low mass at the Vicar- ho message. If so it a tree is
known by the fruit bears
No. 1 will furnish music for the been:> will called Into his the trial ministry.lie age on Wednesday 7 a.m. We Invite you to como and

i 11 a.m. and the Bethlehem Baptist Tuesday preach night after the sermonon first The Episcopal Churchwomen worship with us i In prayer meetings -
choir No. 1 for the 7 p.m. every Tuesday night. You
Sunday in October Remember vlll have their meeting Sundayat
The general chairman is Mrs. him in your prayer. Remember 5 p.m. at the home of the know pruycr changes:: things.
Odessa M. Williams. Rev. J. W. the sick and those that are resident, Mrs. Mabel Rogers. Visit the sick and shut-Ins and

Stephenson is pastor. grieved over the loss of their All women arc urged to be pres pray with them that God can

.:.. loved ones, when you pray. ent. The St. Veronica's Chapter grant them health und! strength
vlll have its monthly meeting to better serve: Him.
:SIKS. ANDBLIj MICKINSMrs. SALTERS CHAPEL AME Friday, Oct. 4, 8 p.m. 1'br Thought for the week: You

: Andell Mickins who is In Rev. II. J. Benson, pastor FRIENDSHIP M. BAPTISTRev. place call the chairman, Mrs. can find a helping hand at the

our Dade County school system Flossie Marshall, reporter J. E. Jenkins, pastor Jane Lewis. end of your arm.
Sunday School started at 9:30:
and wife of the Rev. I. C. Mick- Ruby Lee Carr, reporter
Sister Davis
a.m. Agnes
super- SACRED HEART A. C.
ins, pastor of ait. Olivette Baptist Service was wonderful thru-
ntcll ent. A wonderful lesson ANTIOCH BAPTIST
1718 NW 31st Ave.
Church. out the day. Our delivered
taught "What Is pastor
was subject,
The program committee has jod Doing?" both morning and evening We, the members of the Antioch Bather Donald Anthony, lector t
spared no pains in preparing The service of the day statedat sermons. His texts were "Christ Baptist Church, love oui The Sacred ]Heart American
both programs for morning and : 11 a.m. with the pastor In The Great Counselor" and pastor, Rev. A. 11. Esslx< lie Catholic Church announces tho
evening. The theme for the day charge. The consecration hymn "Though you slay me yet willI has done u wonderful Job this opening of their Sunday School
SentcmlJc r 29. Tho
011 Sunday,
for the service was "O for a trust thee. past year, he Is a great leader
classes will I be held at 12.00; immediately -
Special thanks to our many and wonderful speaker. We
MT. Closer Walk With God. which a
CALVARY BAPTISTRev.
aiass.!
following High
visiting ministers each Sun- of
the whole nation need so badly have elected him as pastor All parent desirous of having
S. Atchinson, pastor 111 this turmoil of life and mis- day.Sis. his church Indefinitely. children: enrolled are cordially
Constance Carter, reporter understanding.Choir We are praying for our con-
Lily Ross, president of Invite( to attend.
Last Sunday was Men's Day. No. 2 sang with uplifted the Deaconesses and her co- tined success.

Their theme was: "The World and spirited voices with Mrs. workers wish to thank the Yours truly,
Needs Men." lara Underwood in charge at many friends of various BETHEL BAPTIST
The guest speaker for the the organ. churches who helped make Deacon Board and Members
morning was the Rev. W. F. The Laymen's meeting was their first annual tea a com- of the Antioch Missionary Rev. I... II. Rons, pastorBettyc
Tanner He used as his sub- held at 3 p.m., Mrs. Carnella plete success on last Sunday. Baptist Church Nolton, lopotter
ject, "The World Needs Men Glenn Is president. We are looking We are continuing In prayer for Richmond Heights
Excellent is the word to epi-
whose Heart Has Been Touched forward to a very successful our sick and those who are in
." it was well delivered. We Woman's Day the fourth distress. We want our visitorsto MT.TABOR tomize the well attended, well
would also like to give special Sunday in October. know our heart overflow ) 'planned and spiritually inspiring -
S. Brown minister
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thanks to the New Macedonia I did not see you in church with inexpressible joy having Rev. Woman's Day services at
Miss Dessie Crockett, reporter Bethel. The entire day Is one to
Baptist Church for their ushers Sunday. Did you forget to come? you in our services. We welcome
We the Mt. Tabor Family, be remembered in the hearts of
and Male Chorus. You missed a blessing in songs at all times. ,
your presence take this time to our those who attended the occa
At express
the 3 p.m. service the and sermons. "Come to church, have your
speaker of the afternoon was faith lifted." greatest appreciation to o u r sion. Thanks go to all who contributed

Rev. O. w. Foster. His subjectwas many friends. and .the entire financially and. .spiritually -
"The Duty of a Man," wa$ ST. PAUL A. M. E. community in general wno neip- to the success of this en-
well suited for the occasion. We' Rev. T. C. Kelley Jr., pastor MT. CARMEL BAPTISTRev. ed make Dedication Day at Mt. deavor.

would also like to commend Mrs. Lea Cray reporter D. A. Bradley, pastor Tabor a success. Again we

the male chorus of New ait. The Sunday School was at Mrs. Christine Cohen, reporterGo thank you. ST. JAMES AME
Moriah Baptist Church for the Its highest with our superintendent home to thy friends and A very special appreciation is 1815 NW G5th Street
music that they furnished.The in charge and lessons reviewed tell them how great a thing given to our guest speaker, Rev.E. Rev J. U. Blacknell, pastor
evening sermon was delivered by James Fayson. the Lord has done for you. T. Graham, minister of Mt.
by our pastor, using as Sunday Is Missionary Day. Theme, "A Personal Witness." Zion Baptist Church who delivered Sunday marks another special
his subject, ::This Battle Must The speaker for the morning This Savior that our pastor such unlifting and inspiring day on the busy schedule of St.
be Won." Special thanks Is also will be Mrs. Willie Mae Den- preached about Is the one you message for the occa- James.- Stewardess Board No. 2
extended to each and every- son, member of New Hope Baptist will have to have a personal sion. will celebrate its 15th anniver-
one who helped to make this Church. Her subject will be contact with. sary. This group of dedicated
day a "Try Prayer and Power." You Also the entire membershipwishes women have planned a spicy
great success.
Benefit Club will have., banquet for this event. Friendsof
The financial report was wilt miss a treat If you don'thear to thank the pastor for program
at the YWCA on this Sunday the Stewardesses and
$1,705.24. This proves .that truly her. She is a dynamic hIs presence and encouragement members -
afternoon. We are expectIng of the church are urged to
the men, did work hard. speaker.The during his hours of bereavement -
Although we were not at the president Is asking all all our friends and membersto fay God bless each of be present.
ladies to please wear come to this affair. The first Sunday Is upon us
Sympathy March, we did helpto missionary you.
It white on Sunday. 1 Bible Class every Tuesday at again. Have you caught up your
Christian support should financially.have Every been Everyone is Invited to attend. 7 p.m. Prayer meeting at 8 p.m. Pray for all bereaved families monthly dues If not get righton
RememUer the sick and shut- Remember the sick and shut- and the sick and shutInsand the nooks so that your name
willing
to this worthy
cause. support in. In In your dally meditation. visit them. will not be blank this month.





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CARDS MEMORIALS Marker . 2 ) 11 eW ;

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-""-- -- HENRY TILLMAN of 43G NW (. "'( : ,
Gth St., died Sept. 20. He is surer 'fYf ":' '*t 2 .

CARD OF THANKSThe CARD OF THANKS vived )by his son, George a sister .. t', A tL
t
Mamie Arrangements are
family of the late, The family of the late, incomplete. Y.: R ate.GE'ItALD.,

MRS. LANE BELTON ROSS
.,.
who passed the 7th of September Infant Boy Thompson of 176G .,
wish thanks and "
to express NW G8th Teir, died Sept. 19
appreciation to our many friends
mother
lIe is survived by his
and for cards tele-
neighbors heldTuesday.
Jean Graveside services;
grams and all kindnesses shown .
during our bereavement. We

also thank the pastor, Rev S.
P. Brown and Deacons of Mt, Infant Hayes of 3G5 NW 8th
4 s Tabor Baptist Church and also St, died Sept. 18 He is survived -

6 the Range Funeral Home for by his mother, Elizabeth +
Graveside service was held Mon
their warm and friendly service -
,
day.

Willie C Ross and ---- ..., --

Helen Ross, daughters BERNARD PRATT, JOHN II. MYRICK. awe 1 1

Cecil Stephens grand, daughter III I MEMORIAM I of 31GO NW 45th St., died Sept. known funeral director of 1471

Anthony Ford, In sad but loving memory of 2 In New York City. He was a NW Gth Ave., died Sept. 12 Ser-
member of the first graduating
dear vices were held Sept 18 at
great grandson son,
my class of Northwestern Senior Greater Bethel AME Church,

High School in 1956. He had with Rev. S. A. Cousin officiating -
lived in Miami all of his life. He Survivors include his wife,

CARD OF THANKS\ is survived by his mother, Mrs Marie, a son, Ralph, a daughter,
Enis Pratt, his father, Gerald, Mrs Clifford McKenzie; a sister -
The family of the late, Sr., and stepmother, grand- Alma Littleton.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jeremiah

Pratt; another grand mother, MRS. IRENE MAXWELL Of
RET, JOHN E. BRADDY sisters I
Mrs. Irene Rolle two ,
209 NW Gth St., died Sept. 24.
who departed this life September Claudia White and Lauvonne P. Arrangements are incomplete.

6, 19G3, wish to thank their Pratt,, a brother, Trounde, P Survivors include her husband,
brother-in-law, five aunts four
many friends and neighbors 4'v ..tlArL uncles, three grand aunts, one Johnny.
for their and x
thoughtfulness
grand uncle, great grand aunt. '
concern during out Services Saturday at 3 p.m. at Albert
.
.
hour of bereavement. The cards
,
1 the Church of God of Prophecywith
flowers, telegrams and condo 0 Bishop Arnold Demeritte MRS. IRENE BROWN, motherof
lences were greatly Elder officiating. Rev. Purdy S. Brown, pastorof
ed. Thanks to the B, J Mt. Tabor Baptist Church

Cormick and Elder Staff. Spec f 1 4 and Rev. B. T. Brown of Hal-
ial thanks to the House of Albert & R 6 MRS. ROXIE KENON of 2491! landale, died in General Hos-

for its fine services NW Uh St., died Sept. 19. She pital, Sept. 21. She is also sur-
Elder Minnie Braddy, wife had lived here for 19 years. Sheis vived by three daughters, Mrs.
Sons and daughtersExpression survived by three daughters, Curllne Harvey and Misses Le-
Willie B. Wilson, Lena Jacksonand I'
teria and Veria Brown; five
Louise Williams, five grand
Lit
brothers, five sisters as well as

of Thanks __ .. ___ '_'_ ___ __'__m ,_"_,, ,__,__'_' children sisters and, 24 great two brothers.grands, two Ser- several others. Services con-
ducted Thursday at 4 at
/ Mrs. John H. Myrick and the PRINCE A. SIMS vices Friday at 7 p.m. Church at the Ebenezer Baptist Church pm., Hal-
Greater Bethel AME
entire family of the late, who died September 21, 1952. landale, Rev. O. W. Foster, of
with Rev S. A. Cousin officiating
When death and took
JOHN H. MYRICK came our ficiated.
express a deep sense of grati- loved one away, it left our home Final rites and services _
will be held in Quincy, where
tude to all whose acts of kind- bo lonely these 11 years. Sleepon MRS. JANIE MAE MAJOR,
ness helped to soften the blowof MADAM HELENA SIFONTES dear one and take your rest, she will be shipped; Friday.T011 2455 NW 160th St., died Sept. 23.

their loss. To the many who who died September 10, 19GJ we loved you but God loved Her survivors Include husband,
THOMAS of 4618 NW
sent cards telegrams, floral wish to thank their many best. Ernest
you two sons, Ernest Jr.,
remembrances, letters, calls and friends who through their Your dear mother, 26th Ave., died Friday resident, Sept. 20 and Mack! a daughter, Joyce,
for
and time thoughtfulness, kindness and Mrs] Remilda Sims He had been a
gave their presence all students at North Dade; four
him
we say thanks. concern during our hour of bereavement Ruby Sims, sister many years. Surviving are brothers and five sisters. Ser-
We especially thank the Rev extended so many George Sims, brother his wife, Dolly, daughter, Ruby vice Saturday 2 pm. at The

S. A. Cousin, the members of expressions of sympathy Betty Bethel, sister Ruby Rivers. Services Saturdayat Triumph Church, Prince Mob-
Greater Bethel AME Church, Special thanks to the Most 10 a.m. at St. Paul's Baptist ley, pastor.
the entire staff of Francis Rev Joseph N. Ncvilloyd of StPeter's Church of Homestead with

Funeral Home, the Morticiansof American Catholic CARD OF THANKS Rev. McQueen officiating. MRS JANIE E. McINTOSH,

the State and County and Church Mrs, Julia Evans and The family of the late, 5129 SW 25th St., West Holly-
MRS EVA MAE TURNER of
all who expressed their :MRS GENEVA McCLOUDwho
the neighbors. sympathy
wood died in Memorial
hospital -
I departed this life August 1832 NW 68th Terr., died Sept.
All of your acts and prayers
Sept. ,,21. Survivors are
afforded us the strength to en Mrs, Claire Nurse, 21, wish to express their most 23 at home. Mrs. Turner had her husband Willie, a daughterand
dure during this trying hour. Mrs. Ruth Hughes, nieces hcaity:: thanks to those who been living in Miami for more four sons. Remains will be
than 8 She is survived
God bless each of you Roy and Vernon Hughes, were so l kind and 'sympathetic years sent to Jasper, Fla. for final
nephews during their hour of bereave- Jy her son, Ernest, five sisters rites. -
ment. seven brothers, two grandchildren.

CARD OF THANKSThe Special} thanks to the Range .
RICKEY A. PATTERSON, 2
rites
Final will be held In
CARD OF THANKSThe Funeral Home and Hattie Har-
family of the late, ris Funeral Home Bainbridge Waynesboro, Miss, where she Henry son of Mr. and Mrs.
TYLER CARSWELLwish family of the late will be shipped on Friday. Patterson, 10157 SW
Ga God in His
May keep
you 170th Terr. dead arrivalat
to express their sincere was on
thanks and appreciation to & '::r ')" ""'v',,'' '<,'. "i t"'l. caic. MRS DOROTHY SMITH of Variety Children's Hospital,

their many friends and neigh- *, ;;:,,,;t\\Jilla '. "f t: The Emanuel McCloud Families and 1313 NW 10th St., died Tuesday Sept. 19. Services held Mondayat

bors for their kind expressionof (<' { morning at home. She is survived Mt. Sinai Baptist Church,
thanks to ; her Perrine with burial in Paradise.
sympathy. Special by husband, Gilbert, a
Rev. Woods, Gibbs Chapel AME h" M I flEMORIAM' r I child, her mother, Mrs. Ernes- '

Church, members of Longshoremen In loving of dear tine Alexander, a sister, Mrs. MRS. GLADYS E. KINCHEN,
and Range Funeral Home wife, memory my Mary Dennard, six brothers, 1159 NW 5th Ave., died Sept. 19.

and staff. May God bless all of REV MRS. EMMA F. WATSONwho Willie James, Wayman, Henry, Her survivors Include a hus-

departed this life Sept. 21 Flotls, Charlie, Ulysses and band, a daughter of Ft. Pierce,
you.Mrs.. Pauline Stuckey, 10G2. Wallace Alexander. Service on mother of Winter Haven, two

daughter and family C Gone, but never will be for- Monday, Sept. 30 at 3 pm. at sisters and a brother. Services
Signed: Mrs. Edith Pollard gotten. We loved but God the Refuge Church of Our Lord .conducted In the chapel Wed-
you
with Elder Bell
Carey officiate nesday.i
i loves you U st. ing.
I Joseph Watson, husband
IN MEMORIAMIn CLIFFORD B. SHEFFIELD,
k' Miss Emma Bessie Watson,
16-year-old North Dade High i
loving memory of our dear daughterAnd School student and accidental
husband and father Family
shooting victim Sept. 20 waR

\ If I MEMORIAMIn I funeralized Zion AME Church Wednesday, Rev at H.Mt.E.

memory of our beloved Greene pastor. His parents, Mr.
mother the late and Mrs. Charlie Sheffield of

MRS ANGELINE GILLIARD 2136 Lincoln St., Opa-locka, 5
DAVIS brothers, a sister and others

who departed this life September survive.

" JOHN G. SANDS 23, 1917.
I Gone, but not forgotten. MRS. LOETT DANIELS, wife
who this life
departed August
of Rev. A. G. Daniels and
Sleep on and take your rest,
23, wish to take this method to
mother
of three
sincere thanks and We love you but: God loved you sons and five
appreciation
express -
best. daughters, died Sept 23: Service
to the
friends
\ many Lucious Davis, husband Saturday at 1:30: at Morn-
and neighbors for the numer- Church
1 Ing Star Baptist Prince-
Marjorie Rhodes
daughter
ous cards, telegrams, flowers
! Ferris Rhodes Sr. ton. Other uivlvors are her
,
and all other kindness shown
mother, two sisters and 'a
p during their hour of bereave- son-in-law brother.
ment. Special thanks to the C. Wesley Gllllard, son ,t

, A. Gibbs Club of St. Paul AME

i' ABHAHAM JOSEPH THOMAS Church, the J. P. Epperson IN I MEMORIAMIn Charles Carey, 49, popular Church.
.who, departed this life September Board of St. Paul Rev. -S. A. Booker T. Washington High He Is survived
his
t 23, 1857. Cousin and members of Greater loving memory of our School teacher, died suddenly parents, Mr. and Mrs. by Harmon
of toil is done Bethel AME Church, ,Bethel mother, grandmother and sister -
When the day Monday morning at the homeof Carey, a son, Charles III a sister -
1 .. When the race of life Is .run Williams Funeral Home and his parents, 3363 Thomas Mrs. Betty Carey Bullard
Father_ grant thy wearied, one staff for services rendered. ,\lay MRS. FLORENCE COOPER Ave \In Coconut Grove. and two nephews.
- )"' Rest for evermore. God bless each of yo& '.t* who departed this life one year Carey graduated from Fla. Services are Incomplete pend
Mary Louise Thomas, wife Mrs. Ethel Bremta Sandswife ago September 29, 1962. A and M In 1936. He was '''a ing arrival of his son from Ko-
II' Abraham J. Thomas Jr. May she rest In peace. member of Omega Psi Phi Fra- rea. Bethell Williams Funeral
, ,
And Alfred N Thomas, sons And Family The Family ternity and Christ Episcopal Home Is In charge.



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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1963 PAGE 13
2-kBDROOM HOUSE, It 0 t ,.

water big yard. $20 week. Also ..._ Miamians March .
A
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4-room house "
$12.50 a Week
I Call Saturday, 22GO NW G2ftd '.'.',, -. (continued from page 1)) "::i
St Phone G88-4825. 011 ('" present Mrs. Alice Waln- ;
: wright, Sidney Aronovitz and .
FURNISHED ana unfurnished Broward t Joe Du Mond.
houses. $10 and $12 week: I ., During the memorial service
Children play area, 017 NW 8 County Miamians donated $1,071).00 and k
St. FR 1-4G20. S28 I sent it to help rebuild the ',
News bombed 16th Street Baptist '
Church where the victims died.
FOR SALE }J}' Along with Negro leaders In
\\'nltrlPUn"f'r the procession were Msgr.Bryan .

FOR RENT FOR SALE 10GO VALIANT, white, 4-door, Walsh, Msgr. William Mo-
stick shift, excellent condition, Keever and Father John Kier- .
FURNISHED HOME. 3-bed- t NICE 4x8 bronzell ji 0 0 1 now tires, real bargain, phone nan, representatlng Catholics of ..J;
'I ':f .. the Diocese of Miami Luther
tables
call Clyde Kllleris, Fit ; : ;
roorrt! liyme: : mostly.,. furnished PL 7-8068 !
MSiicr Pql'k, area l $100 month 1-7364. The Ileauticlnns' Unit No. 30 Pierce, executive secretary of
the Greater Miami Council of
Ask ftir' Ih rb. Fenster Realty, OPEN SUNDAY 2-5. 1330 NW
of West Hollywopd and Italian-
12GO NW 02 St PL 9-7889. 3-BEDROOM.i 2 bath. If you are 38th St. Beautiful 2-bedroom Churches, and Ainslee Perdle,
t large family and looking ftfr CBS hoipe, like new hardwood dale Is presenting n come-aa- commander of the Florida Jew-

B'EDROOM .APT. Lovely home, i bVautlful home, we have 3 floors, hid room, carporte, fence, you-aro dance Saturday night, ish War Veterans.
tir'eii; So? adults only. All fur- Monies to choose from with bank corner Total only $11,500. $350 Sept. 28lt the Big Bamboo Participating on the program i
financing., Call us and we will month all SeeA. Club In Hallandale. Come one, were A. D. Moore local CORE
Hl&heii.. There are 2 available, down, $77 pays
brie $ moiitli $95 month how you these? beautiful Ben-Kori. Realtor 714 NW come all. Music by Tyrone Johnson chairman; Rev S. A. Cous.lnand
T5 one
'
Ask? for Herb, Fenster Realty, ;comes In the new 38 St. arfca1.Tenster 62 St. illteS P14'5533t days PL At tho door $1.00. Bishop W F. Ball oft h eAME7 \:
Church Rabbi Solomon
12BO; NW 62 St. PL 0-8779. Realty, 12GO NW 62 13131.OPEN. ;
U. PL 9-8770. I Schiff, president of the Greater
II I Lindsay Gordon of Hallandale Miami Ralfbinlcal Association.
3-BEDROOMS Uhfurrt.. and 1- OA:1 Y 2-5 fifiG( NW 50 Is doing nicely at Jackson Medical -
bedroom unfurn. 2223 NW 61 HOME. This St., near 7th Ave. A nice CBS nulldlHk', where he recently MentionThe
home Is ready fb'r to Personal
St. 758-8000. you move I home, Fla. room, carporte tile had ono of his legs re-set.
sight In. No qualifying, just put oof food buy, $.((00 down, Yours Truly was at his bedside home of Mr. and Mrs.
FURNISHER ROOM, quiet, nice i small down payment and start /12,506; total $70 month. See A. last Wednesday. Zeke Brady was the scene of
private home. Hot water, NE 'vlng. This is a large home. Hen-Korl, Realtor 714 NW 02 an English breakfast Wednes-
4-2264 or JE 8-34G1, 2191 NW Newly painted. Call now. Fen- St., nites PL P-5533, days PL day, Sept 18 when they enter-
cy st. jiii) : ster Realty, 1260 NW 62 St. 4-3131. Mrs Lucy Hellamy was fun. tained In honor of Mrs. Lillian
PL 9-8770, erallzcfd) Saturday, Sept 21 at Archer, district deputy of the
3-BEDROOM HOUSE 3011% icthcsmanc Church. Elks of the Bahamas.
NW CO St., phone NE 5-8076. [FHA term. Very lovely 2-bed- NICE. 3-bedroom home. Only The body wa.: shipped Saturday Those who enjoyed the hospitality ;-
"oom CBS on best street in '150 down nice corner lot. night to Quincy for hurlal.I of the morning were:
FURN. ROOM for men. Call ,Manor Park. See at 725 NW 49 Double carporte air conditioned I Jackie, Eugene and Alfred
PL 8-3781 ItIWI >t. and come around ccrner to heat, very good 1/uv for S13.ROO, 'I She is survived by her husband Fountain, Harold Butler and
'JD wr office, Life Realty, 4932 NW terms. Roe A. Hen-Kor!. Realtor Walter Bellamy, three Rolly W. Johnson. The Fountains -
NW 7 Ave., PL 0-4371. Open 714 NW 02 St. NUea PL 0-B53S, children and a host of relatives are government employeesin
1-t-BEDROOM furnished apt. All venlngs and Sunday. days: PL 43131.: : and friends. She' was a nurse at Nassau
jtilltlps.. downtown area. $18 ef. the Florida State Hospital in
f flbleHcy.1 $13.-'c iinMicklnsReill NO QUALIFYING Beautiful ftlf :3-bedroom. 2 bath home, ]Droward County. Birthday greetings to Martha
Agency. NE! 4-0500. Indf 1 OBS:: like new. Modern built-in near 7th Ave. CBS, tile roof, .. Williams, Sept 23 and Sharon
----
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1\j....;' 'kitchen, garage, flat tile roof, hardwood floors Fla. room, extra Davis Sept. 21.(
LOVELY front room with private nvnlng windows, wall to wall blcf kitchen: Ideal for big IIKUVANTKI) 3IALK
entrance and bath, ,,5950 losets, huge landscaped lot. family, $150 down total $13.700: J I Miss Delores Smith, secretaryof
NW 9th Ave. PLY.5236.. !House Is full of beautiful furni- terms. See A. Hen-Korl Realtor HIGH SCHOOL graduate or Carey's Rental Agency is
ture and modern appliances. A 714 NW fi2): Pt. niter PL fl-fiKM! better 21 of age or over back at her desk after a two
NICE clean one-bedroom apt. bargain! at 12500. Payments I lava.: PL 4-313i, 'rind 1 (drivers license. O'Hcrry's weeks vaction visiting relatives
Unfurn. Nice quiet place. 6306 ire only $73 month. Life Realty -- Driving School 0202 NW 15 and friends In New York, Conn.,
NW 15th Ave. FR 1-9797 or NE dunlex >rh Ave. Interview 0 toll
1932 NW 7th Ave. PL 0-4371. Cut1 1-bedroom or nan ., p.m. Vermont and Massachusetts.
4-1880. 018 )pcn Sundays. ode\ \ onlv $WO down qualify .
vith bank.1: cn R ncrfoct condition -
DUPLEX APT. Large 1-bed- onlv $OfiOO/ totnl.lR!: i
"ULLY
FURNISHED
3-bed.
room, with Fla. room. Living oom CBS, FHA terms.-Price Is! month pays all, drive by 1783 : Finest Selections in Miami
room and dining. Near bus and v\V 42 Rt then call A l "nKorl -
Grandway. 1242 NW 51 Terr. inly $8,500, $400 down and $/OPnonth. R(>flttor. 714 NW 02 St t" Lovely homes OpenNew
Adults only. To see call 634-6333. Life Realty 4932 NW kites PL 0-!5533: :),'davs!I PL1.-:3131.T1MRH -
7th Ave. PL 9-4371. Open even- Low Down Payment

NICE ROOM, hot and c old 'ngs and Sundays. EZ TERMS LESS THAN RENT
water, $8 weekly, 2126 NW 4 Ct. HAITTJXfJ
O12 FHA TERMS Nice 2-bed Mao van for movlne Free 1335 NW 41st Street
"oom CBS In Manor Park. Front For Information snit 2-bedroom
ctlmntp. Owner pays closing costs on this lovely ,
quiet home porch, carporte, large,: fenced I Indf
ROOM man only. "190113.
Fla hardwood floors and carporte $300 down
room ,
1749 NW 08 St. Ph. 691-5876. /nrd. furnished. Freshly palntd ,
$18 PER WEEK unfurn. 3- > ) Inside and out. $300 down 3TrT.UT lrX1TJf..iT jfJf.jT fJT;'fTZ TJr.P [$73 per month. $9,000 total price.
ind! $03 month pays all. Life .
bedroom house, free gas and Realty, 4932 NW 7th Ave., PL NEW! NEW!
53rd Street
1734 NW
Water, inquire 2398 NW 61 St. )-4371 Open evenings and Sun-
''ays. 600; down $23 week j Owner pays closing costs on this sharp 2-bedroom,

ONE 1-lJedroom apt. Unfurnlsh I Fla. room, hardwood: floor, and appliances. $300
ed. water. 3370 NW 51st bath
City 3-bedroom 1
Terr. Contact Mr. Gilbert, 3371 BUILDER (down, $70 per month. $8,700 total price.

NW 51st St. NE 4-4. 21. On your lot, I can build you .
;
i beautiful 2-bedroom 1-bath
,
716 NW 77th StreetTo
2 ROOMS front bedroom with home .with carport for $8,050 LOW DOWN PAYMENT '
twin beds, also Fla; ,iroom. ,P.L, for $19,700 you can have a 3- [ tee it is to buy it. Beautiful CBS 3-bcdVoom, gorIgcous -

,- ,727 :NW <65 tS M.\ .: iAPT 'lodroom.; 2-bath with carport. Open 1-5 p.m.. New 3-bed Fla. room, oak and tile floors, tile roof, plus j.
1 4
( 'Ve also do additions alterations
and repair work, many, satlsrled room, 2 bath, Fla room. [many extras. Ncar schools, shopping, bus at corner. t

furh or. oartly/Viirn.,..il- customers among the 47th Terr |$1,500 down, $77 per month; $14,500 total price.
J..nU H 1772 NW
bedsoonv "Vnodern. Adults. Colored people Financing ar- .
Will tak child ui*,to..3'ytafrB; MU inged. Fitzgerald Construction"o.
1-0325. "''t 1 ePj. PL 7-0817 after 7 p.m. 1870 NW 44th StreetFor
people who want the very best. Sunshine home.pre.ent. .
FURNISHED room In private HOME AND INCOME 3-bed- Trio Realtv their finest model home. Beautiful 3-bed-.
home for quiet person. Phone room home wall to wall carpeting -
,757-8081. electric kitchen. In, rear, 801 NW 54th St. [room, Florida room, hard wood floors, tile roof and
duplex 2-l>edroom, each furnished [built-in oven and range.
3-BEDROM HOUSE, neat, nice A-l condition. $13.500. PL 9.8372.885-1857 __
neighborhood, garage, wash "ood terms 1. owner, 572 NW 51
house, hot water large'kitchen, "'. PL 4-0157.( TR Jf'JJf'arJfJrJrJCr.JI'LuaJfJrJf-X'J 1040 NW 39th Street

extra reasonable closets rent., tile Call bath OX 1-6905.room, ww......"-..- ...,- --..--"-------_._ - - [Owner pays closing costs on this beautiful CBS 3*
bedroom. Fla. oak floors and carport. $400
[ room
5 lots only 5 lots only
1-BEDROOM APT. unfurn. [down, $82 per month. $12,000 total price.

Newly decorated. Call OX I IN GOULDS .
1 :343. Sorry, no children 290 NW 48th Street

please. LARGE LOTS 75 x 141 (Lovely CBS 2-bedroom, Fla. room, hardwood! floors

:FURNISHED ant. In Opa-locka or area.unfurnished 1-bed- $100 down $25 per monthJ. and tile roof. $400 down, $77 per month. $12,500

oem unfurnished $15 week, 2. total price.
bedroom unfurnished. $18. !. A. SUMMONS .

ronm"Ibpdroom furnished furnished$25.$21.Call 2-bed-MIc- 1899 N.W. 53rd Street NE 4.6875 295 NW 48th Street

'klns Rental A ency. NE 4-0500. Gorgeous CBS 2-bedroom ,hardwood floors, tile roof
Indf MIAMI FLORIDA' I lot. $3S0'c vn '''$63
!
sand carporte on lovely corner .

.,UBEDROOM APT., builtinoven ....., .=. .. JtJI: :. per month, $11,000 total price.

range and refrigerator, S
4010 NW 19th Ave. Alterations and additions very reasonable 298 NW 48th Street

NICE, CLEAN furn. apt. In a BUILDING TRADES Beautiful CBS! 3-bodroom, Fla. room, hardwood

nice quiet place. Ph. FR 19797or GENERAL CONTRACTORS floors, tile roof, r.nd carporte, on beautiful landsa'cp-'

NE 4-1886. 04 New Homes on Your Lot ed corner lot. $500 down, $86 per month. $14,000

NOTHING DOWN total price.
FOR RENT OR LEASE 1-Bedroom Home $4,900

.- For lone or short terms, 10 2-Bedroom Ho me $6,500 News Realty Inc.
:rooms with 20x40 hallway in 3-Bedroom Home $8,500
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... .... .: ""- .... ... .. .,._ "\ Evaluation, Evaluation Nathan Young PTAThe
nearly here. Nov. 18 to 20 are
SCHOOLS the dates for the evaluation Nathan Young PTA had
HAPPENINGS IN OUR of Booker T. The first general its first meeting of the year on
faculty meeting to complete Monday, Sept. 10 in the school's
---- - .-.-............---.....--. final plans for the visiting com- auditorium. Mrs. F. T. Scott
mittee . .all programs startedlast welcomed the parents and intro
I' THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA. BTW School News school year will We: re-insti duced the Nathan Young Family -
PAGE 14 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1963 Pupils and teachers were sad. tuted and revised where neces to our new parents. The new
dened this week with the deathof sary. Activity groups will meet: parents in turn were introducedto
Charles Carey, a member of according to a schedule set up the PTA.
14 Adult CentersTo Sunlight Chatter Box the faculty, who died Tuesday by Mrs. Hazel L. Grant, the In keeping with Citizenship
HomeEconomics morning. Mr. Carey was an 8th Student Activities director. Week, Mrs. Ann Thomas spoke
Offer ,Rain. Rain. In spite of the grade mathematics teacher fora Library Is Open. Parents do briefly to the 'group on "Good
ClassesThe downpour our students don't number of years. not forget to encourage your Citizenship; ," and provided each
fail to attend classes. Another sad note was struck children to use the school library one with a self-evaluation
Adult Home Economics when members of the football each week-day. It is open checklist.Mrs. .
Education Division of D a d e Surprisingly enough we have team returned from their gridiron evenings until 9 p.m. A groupof Agnes McCoy installedour
County Schools announces that had some of the old alumni to clash with :Middleton Highin students from the Univer- PTA officers for the year
registration for second quarter drop in and give us a hello and Tampa, with a defeat of 6-0. sity of Miami will be assisting In a very impressive ceremony.The .
classes began on Monday, Sept. wish us all the luck. The Hearts were gladdened however students as tutors during the officers are as follows:
23, as scheduled' at the follow- alumni met on Tuesday and when the Tornadoes promisedto coming: weeks. Albert Tresvant, president;
had successful Mon Mrs. C. G. vice
ing centers: a meeting. vindicate themselves this Leverity, presi-
J. E. Scott Homes Mondayand day morning the senior class week against Matthew Gilbert Students in social studies are dent Mrs. Helen Miller, secre-
Wednesday, days and even- had a program, followed witha of Jacksonville. They will knocking on every door in their tary; Mrs. Anita Seabrooks, assistant -
ings.Orchard. luncheon given to them by travel there to meet their strong neighborhood to determine if ; Mrs. Dorothy Gibson,
Villa School Mon the students. On Friday morn opponents.There their neighbors have registered treasurer, and Anthony Simons,
day and Thursday evenings.J. ing in our "Current Event" we she is, Miss\ Booker T. to vote in the coming elections parliamentarian.
R. E. Lee School Mon- chose "Juvenile Delinquency" Washington! Strains of the Sparked by the competition The final event of the even-
day evenings. for a debate. We have had the melody written to the tune of which has been engendered Ing was remarks by our principal -
North Dade School Tuesday following students to enroll the Miss America theme filled by class participation, the Mrs. Josephine D. Rlackey.
and Wednesday evenings. with us the past two weeks: the auditorium Sept. 19, when students have been commissioned Mrs. Mackey acquainted the
B T. Washington School Cleora Roker, Alice Wallace, lovely Joann McMillan was by their teachers to secure parents with some of our school
Monday through Thursday even. Joyce Lee, Eloise Maldon, Rosetta crowned Miss Booker T. Wash. ten names of persons who prom. plans for the year and asked
: Rolle, Hattie Adams, Bernice ington in a colorful ceremony ise to register. In many instances for their support in carrying
ings.Frank C. Martin School Henry, Francis Fair, Josle Juanita Davis, who was chosenby students have already them out-Hazel W. Matthews.
Wednesday evenings. Ware, Marvine Cartlidge, Doro- the varsity football! team, turned in 21 names from their
Mays High Tuesday even thy Williams and Julius Richardson was a member of the Queen'sCourt. neighborhood.
ings. Juanita will reign as Every citizen in Dade County visitors. To all the members of
Mays High School Tues- D, Julius, president of Sunlight Miss Tornado Sweetheart for should join the social studies the faculty who have accepted
day evenings. Joined in the march this season. classes of Booker T. Washington -' extra committee assignments to
Bethel AME Church Wed- on 1 students understand the
and check your neighbors, help
Sunday with of stu-
nesday mornings. dents. We are many encouraging our all More television classes was f I I your family, yourself. If you various philosophies of the departments -
J. W. Johnson School Wed- the soleful cry of the tenth are not registered, you cannot . and to the Tor-
students and friends
to I I
register graders as they filed into the nadoes who will bet.
nesday evenings.R. vote! bring us a
before 28 Ella Lesene.YWCA's .
School Sept. auditorium to Join two otner this Beth-
It. Moton Tues- Orchids to Miss Waller's ter season year -
day and Thursday evenings. classes already witnessing their classes for volunteering to help she}}.! Dean, newspaper staff reporter
Miami Northwestern Senior third and fourth year of TV. beautify the campus for our .
High Monday through Thurs Armchair Mrs. Cecile McCartney will be
day, days and evenings.G. the TV instructor in the tenth
W. Carver School Mon. grade classes this ye-ir
day evenings. Travel Club Football Fans Take Note! All
Dorsey High Tuesday and persons who are eligible to purchase V B C
Wednesday evenings. YWCA members are invited to student ticket) are urgedto
A. L. Lewis Monday even- visit other countries and placesof purchase advanced ticket
interest in this country by for home games Gate prices
ings.Registration will be acceptedat way of color slides and movies will cost more this year. AUTO RADIATOR SERVICE
all centers. The fee for each on Friday evening, Sept. 27 at .
course is $200 Which is payable 7:30: pm., Mrs. Sylvia Martin .I1.Ix.4..uzJ..u .I.jL4..11..a
upon entrance. For further will take the group on a tour of 1 Hour Service Credit Available
information call PL 4-5491. Europe. Friends of the YWCAare HANNAH MOTELDAY
also invited to participateat WHILE YOU WAIT

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Miss Helen M. Dorsett, chair. Car Cht'rk'nfrr pump & bore!
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Saturday at the home of Bro. ing, Oct. 4 at 8 p.m. at the Alt Uoik Guaranteed
Herbert Ammons. The businessof Northwest YWCA Center. Rev. Lovett Hutcheson COMPLETE STOCK OF REBUILT RADIATORS
,
the included
other things night the installation among of GaldwIn's Edward T "Another Graham will Country.review" Mgr.indf OPJ4N 7 .'.\1. TO :5 1..M.: MOX. THRU HAT

the officers for the ensuing Fee for non-members is OOc. t a04 .au..IY t I>Z 3 6200 N.W. 27th Ave. Dial OX 1-2221
year. They are:
Herbert Ammons, polemarch;
Kennedy Mumford vice .
pole- --- ----
march Donald Hollis.. SERVICE SALES -
; keeper of TV& Radio
the records; Robbie Wright, RENTALS EXCHANGE 1000's OF GOOD JOBS WAITING
keeper of exchequer. Henry
Daniels, historian. PLaza 1.8381
In attendance at the meetingwere Home service calls within 2 hours
Brothers C. S. Culver, 'Improve your TV reception with installation of n special

Oscar George Edwards Green, ,James Alonzo Hart Fannin,, outdiir antenna. Reasonable price guaranteed satisfactionon I Civil Service JobsPOST I

Donald Hollis, Samuel Johnson, repairs and 8al s. Free delivery.
Frank Jones, T. L. Lowrie, JOE SCOTT TV
Robert Seniors, James Wells, OFFICE CLERICAL AUTOMATION Etc.
James AUTHORIZED FACTORY TV KHPAIll & SALES ,
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MaV THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.
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BAHAMAS . SATURDAY! SEPTEMBER 28, 1963 PAGE 15VETERAN'S
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Thieves recently broke Into< :0.I I .\
Solomon Mines, a Jewelry store< i This column Is prepared
on Bay Street blow-torched the< Cay, i weekly at trIO VA Office 081 W.
cleaned out severalWindows ted. It Flngler St., Miami for Information -
afld tpdk approximate were CORNER of Veterans in this area.
ly S40.000()(( Worth Of Jewelry and tro
t tJasfi* A blow torch ahd two .+t'TrT.T31 .>T.Ir'1T1'r-+I-!rr-! 'irrTrL4t;or -!'l"-Y '..T'Ir J.1I'r.z1'r.LYJ.r: :
tahks Were found tie
hear ItKLASK VS. 11KSTOKATION COKNKIl
QUIZ
safesi The police are ittvestlgdfhe heart I
Many veterans In selling
crls," their VA-guaranteed homes, Q. I hear you have to have
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was a sometimes get confused regardIng 00 days service as World War
/fhe Rev. J. femmet Weir ming their status after they sell. I veteran to get pension. What
eldest sort of Mr. and Mrs. Gas- charter A veteran who sells his homeso are the service dates?

par Weir of West St., has left that his VA mortgage Is paid A. The term "World War I"
for Jamaica to fill a position In cille : : off In full, and who can estab- means the period April 0, 1917
the Spanish Town Circuit of the I lish to VA satisfaction that he to November 11, 1918. In the
Methodist Church. He attended The : had to sell, may get his full GI case of a veteran who servedIn
Government High School,, St. \ ; loan rights restored. lIe can US Military forces in Russia
Nassau graduating with the ed then get another home. A vet- the applicable dates are April{
Cambridge School Certificate., The der of : : eran who sells, however, to a 0, 1917 to April 1, 1020. Service
After attending the Calabar purchaser where the new owner after Nov. 11, 1018 and before
High School In Jamaica wherehe over continues payments on tho GI July 2, 1920 Is considered WWI
passed the Cambridge Senior Rev. loan, Is not eligible to have his service If the veteran also
High certificate, he entered OSB, full rights restored. If you are served after April 5, 1917 and
Union Theological Seminary In planning to sell, check with VA prior to Nov. 11, 1918.
Sept. 1959, and graduated re- This first so you will understand
cently. munity your position.
Martin LOUNUJUMU A Challenge to
tence Next big holiday coming ups
The United Youth Fellowshipof i the ![ Veterans Dny, Nov. 11. This
the Brethren In tho Bahamassent will bo the ninth time we have WomenOn
24 of their members for a ; observed Veterans Day. Priorto
ten-day stay In Kingston, Jamaica I : 105 J, we oUservcd Armistice October 20 the congregation
to attend evangelistic I I Day on Nov. 11 but on June 1, of) the Mount Zion Baptist
meetings. They returned to ,i PR 1951, a law was signed making Church will be spiritually entertained -
Nassau on Sept. 9.C1en .. It a duy to honor all veterans 1/y Mrs Susie Holly,
i who Is tho president of Baptist
Dean, 21, son of Air and Women of the State of Florida.
Mrs. F. A. Dean of Wulff ttoad, I rector Mrs. Holly Is also vice presi-
left this month for London by I I i been Free Chest X-Rays dent of the National Baptist
way of Bermuda to enter the! M. Okla."J Women's Convention and a for-
University of Tutorial College I AvailableChest mer teacher In Fort Lauderdale.Her .
whre he will take a year'sstudy. I known :
He' will then enter Bristol I cator, message will be centered
University to read for an I named x-rays will bo availableof around\ the general theme, "A
LL.B. degree. Jr., the following locations for nil Challenge to Women: to build a
as an l Dade County residents 18 yearsof community of which they maybe
age: and over. proud-a community based
Carlton Francis was dismiss. teach The Christmas Seal Mobile!: upon tho concepts of the teach-
ed from his post as teacher on Chest X-Ray Unit of the Dade ing of Christ."
Sept. 5 by His Excellency the with Bounty Tuberculosis and
Governor after a committee In. mittee.A Health Association!' will he located To bo enlightened on the challenge
vestigated charges brought Friday, Sept. 27th, at I of women, make sure you
against him by the Board of National Brewing: Company, 037 attend this program
Education. Mr. Francis Is reported of En N. W. 13th Street Hours will]!
to have said that he will sity, bo 10:00: A.M.1:00: P.M. and I
continue to fight. : 2:00: P.M. COO: P.M. I
Monday, Sop- 30th, tho Unit P
lish will be closed for generator
at ) service.; Tuesday and Wednesday
SOCIAL SECURITY Prior ,, Oct. 1st and 2ml the Unit A
I. versity, ( will be located at Miami Gardens -
D. Shopping Center, N.W. N
I7th Ave. and 183rd Street, with
slstant hours 11:00: A.M. 2:00: P.M. OSERVICEWilliam
at and 3:00: 0:00: P.M.\ Thursday,
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son Oct. 3rdh the Unit will 1 he closed Pinder Sr.
sistant ( e public Friday, Oct. ,
r rte. VI lass u.w.n..nMiami tons 1th, the Unit will b\ ]located< Professional Piano Tuner
lism at at Burdlnes Service Duldlng( And'' Repairer
Mrs. 7100 NW 32nd Ave., from
North social security the 10:00: A.M. 1:00: P.M. and 2:00: 1935 N.W. 153rd St.OpaIocka .
district manager, Edward P. School P.M. 5.00 P.M.
Blonston, today reminded social she Breathing tests are discontinued
security beneficiaries to report degrees I until further notice. Phone MU 8-3770 ..
any event that affects paymentof Ing for I
their benefits. has
I I
Some of the events which
must be reported to the Social STAR MEAT MARKET
Security Administration are: fornla,
1. Work by a beneficiary under -
age 72 If the person's earnings man,
will exceed $1,200 during mond. \ / 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
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year. J
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widow's benefits or a
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earnings record. ITnon Correction' of Kaplan- Reducing
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. I Demonstrators Get Suspended SentencesCity

m SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 28, 1963
PAGE 16 ,
Judge John Rudd of Tal- In Ocala, County Judge Lewis lence during an anti-segrega- ;
lahasse gave 30-day suspended .Myers convicted 15 Negroesfor tion demonstration in July,:.
sentences Friday to 80 Negroes carrying unlawful signs ;; Sentencing was withheld pending ,, . I
who pleaded no contest to i and resisting arrest without via 1 appeals. .

,lk' People. .. charges of disturbing the peace -- .
desegregation demon-
during a '
\ Places. stration. '-, Prince Hall Masons to. .
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I t . Most of the defendants are I
students of Florida A and M:
University. The judge warned Meet in New Orleans . ;. 'f .
Things . them that his decision was "nota
show of weakness but an act council will be aswellas
I NEW ORLEANS Announce present
.....r.... _... r.:.' of fairness and firmness."If visitors from the northern
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St. Augustine were more to the can't take my being John jurisdiction. Many 32nd and
I PKOPLRLAST you Dr G. Lewis Jr., Baton
33rd Prince Hall Ma-
their laws of fair then I will deal with degree
joint) in following I you
: PIUDAY: upon invitation late. They coralled three Negro I as severely as I know how If Rouge, sovereign grand com- sons from Louisiana and neigh-, .
mander of the United
we were Invited to a func- leaders who happened up on you are brought back before me Council Ancient and Supreme boring states are scheduled to. "
Accepted
tion at the Jollivette Plaza to their secret sessions and whup- again." Scottish Rite of Freemasonry be present
be entertained Golden out of them in
daylights
Agers of the project. We accepted jed front of the august body at All were placed on probationfor Prince Hall Affiliation, South- Musical Tea
Jurisdiction
ern that the 77th
the rest of the time they are
with the that Amen!
thought though.
gun point, annual sessions
of the
Talla- organization
the schools of
In public -
we could probably help some We see why that Joker years will be held in New Or- There will be a most out
of. the "old folks" up the one- :ago left Alabamy with his ban hassee, and demonstrations.were warned"against, leans, Oct. 20, through Oct. 22. standing and unusual tea, portraying -
flight step to the recreation roomin jo on his his sweet- "illegal famous and well known
hopes that In our golden neart and. carpetsbag and took' It was also announced that celebrities of our time, This tea
years someone would help us. or the h111s.IIINGS I U. S. Appeals Judge Thurgood is entitled 'The March on Wash-
You see, old age puts a little Buying Furniture? Marshall,-former NAACP chief I 'ngton" and will be held'' Sept,:,
fright In us. We thought you liD Experts Will Tell You To Go To council, and !grand minister of 29 at Bethany Seventh Day Adventist -
had to walk all crlckety and THAT CULLUI SOLDIER tate of the council, will be the I Schurch School audi-
bent over and depend on some- vho was transferred recently Grand Central Banquet speaker on Monday, torium, 5001 NW 25th Ave. for
one to Wring you a glass of 'rom Germany to Fort Gordon, Freight Oct. 21, and Dr. Charles H. the benefit of the church's
water! Ja., must have been a prickle Wesley, president of Central building fund. Everyone Is Invited -
his CO's side. Big Inventory Sale State College of Ohio and secre- it's a treat you cannot
You can get that out of n afford
your to miss.
tary-general of the council, will Sponsored by
You this warrior took unto WAREHOUSE
mind.Goldenageisa see German fraullne deliver the sermon on Sunday, Band No. 3. Elder R. L, Wood-
beautiful thing, like violins himself a WAREHOUSE ANDSHOWROOM Oct. 20. fork, pastor. '
and he had 4 kids. And to
playing In the back ground ofa begot
lovely waltz. These "young- ransfer him and his family to I 1G3G N.W. 7th Avc. Miami Representatives from all

sters" entertained with music, Georgia must have been a form* 200 HOLLYWOOD beds famous states south of the Mason-
chats, speeches and wisecracks of punishment. I makes, appraised;; to $149 freight Dixon Line, the area of the Advertise It Pays!

For two-bits they serv- A Georgia law says that a claim price $55. If perfect $85. -
1 ed a turkey dinner with rolls, 'white person shall not marry I You haul $15. Other fine makes
coffee, potato salad, cookies, etc myone but a white person." but odd pieces, you haul $35,
-buffet style. Man, Betty Crocker That only' white persons or we deliver
couldn't touch these lovely Caucasians who have no "ascer- JET TV CLINICHOME
folks. We 11D ORTHOPEDIC
enjoyed ourselves Im ainable trace of either Negro, mattresses
mensely. Members from other Vfrlcan, West Indian, Asiatic, extra firm, freight claim $35, If
Golden $15. You haul Damippfl
Age centers were pres- perfect $30. -
Tndian
Mongolian, Japanese or SERVICE
ent Including some from Edison Chinese blood. $20. CALLS $1.00 -
: Center. $165 DINETTE sets. 7 piece
Wonder when they gonna Seems that the army could freight claim $fi.r! If perfect $85. Day or NightWe
,have another ''get-together? I'll have transferred him to Viet You haul $55.! Gorgeous 5 piece
have? to keep in contact! Nam, Ghana, Cuba or even the styles .$35: 3 piece sets $20, no I Service All Makes of
Everglades but Georgia! cash needed.
PLACES. $169 MAPLE bunk beds. Com- HI-FI's and STEREOSWe

TUB We are quite sure he must plete with mattresses guardrail
this CHANGING scenes In have disobeyed orders, or- maybe and 'loddcr, ,freight claim $85 Also Rent >
country, in
especially Alabama she was the Sargent's frau- You haul.DANISH ,.
have Ween cause for the Mne. TV by the week or Month
call to arms of one of the oldest chairs, Danish lounges, "1
anti-everything organizations ttahama bed, studIo couches,
!In the South the Ku K 1 u x Danish love seats 2 'piece sectionals 907 .2nd AVENUEPhone t
Klowns.} Buying Furniture? sofas, high back chairs
Not too long ago these clowns Expert Will Tell You To Go To and rockers cheap. '
paraded In a Southern city andmarchin Grand Central REMEMBER this Is new furni- FR 4-204
abreast of these ture Intended for the finest
hooded obsolete men and women Freight stores In Fla. Bring cash -
were Negro boys and girls unmasked money talgs.
jeering and laughing. Big Inventory Sale
Keeping in step In the rear was WAREHOUSE NO CASH NEEDEDWE
a little girl who sncked behindone ANDSHOWROOM DELIVER
and peeped under his Ford Real Estate Specials!
sheet! white I 103B N.W. 7th Ave. Miami 1636 NW 7th Ave.
1 FLOORS of sectional,
I exquisite TIL 0:30Buying" :
Just the other day these gentle. sofas, newest modern and Pay by the week or month See these today!
men of the cloth (dirty linen) contemporary ((1n nylon, silks
had a little pow-wow whereinthe and nauprahyde) appraised to 1-774 NW 70th Street $300 down $25 week
keynote speaker was, evi- $895 freight;; claim $185. If perFect Furniture? Larg!' 3-bedroom home. ,Near bus line.
dentally, a sharecropper, who $285, you haul $155. Other Experts will tell You to go to .
told his listeners that "the nIg- beautiful sectionals: $65 to $125. Grand Central | 2-1855 NW.43rd Street :$150.down I-: '$20 week".
gers oughta be glad how we no cash needed. ,
treat' them. We treat them good. FRENCH and Italian sectionals, Freight' 3-1286 NW 59th St. $200 down $65 month
So lopg 'as niggers come to the 1,000 freight claim $285 If perfect 't
Good for small .
backdoor and say 'yes sir and $385, other gorgeous styles Sale family. .
Big Inventory \
I $125. Large of love seats ,
yeamam' will group
we continue to t'
4 3092 NW 64th St. $195 down week t
treat them as niggers: should be 'xqulslte! chairs, rerllners, finest 3 $20 ... *
..Ii. treated!" Hallelujah!! '1 fabrics, velvets, silks at great WAREHOUSE AND Nice house. Fenced in large yard. 5 '
Some Klu Klux Klowns sacrifice SHOWROOM J1C30
in ARLY American sectionals, N.W. 7th Ave. Miami 5-1534 NW 44th St. $195 down -' $22 Week \

WJw.' -Il..lWlo4..J.uw.l sofas, convertibles, complete 3 FLOORS Bedrooms and dining 3-bedroom house with extra apartment.
l living room suites, genuine
room ultra modern In newest
:For Sale Early. We American deliver fabrics, Sacrifice. Danish styles, appraised to $895 6-1511 NW 42nd St. $250 down $25 week ..t'f.. .,

200 TILT back sofas, studio freight claim $185 If perfect 2 CBS houses on 1 lot. Good area.
$285 other famous bed-
Beautiful HomesCarvers couches new appraised, Danish to lounges$120, ,freight brand room many and dining rooms com- 7-4001 NW, 19th Ave. $250 down $25 week
$85 to $125.
claim $45, if perfect $05, no cash plete 2 apartments or 3-bedrooms, 2 baths.
):*>w', IN needed. FRENCH and Italian style bed t

CASTRO type convertibles, solid room and dining room gorgeous .
'Ranches foam rubber, appraised to $095, French white and gold Fruit- I-
freight claim $185, you haul wood :appraised to $1,000 freight .Brand new,2 and .3 bedroom homes now being
$165. claim $285, If perfect $385. Other -
LOW DOWN PAYMENTSFor ODD sofas, sofa beds, sectionals, gorgeous groups $125. built near' schools and bus lines
odd easy chairs, reclining chairs,
a square deal in housesin rockers, Urand new cheap for EARLY American and contem-
cash. porary bedrooms and dining
the northwest sectionsTRY REMEMBER this is new furni rooms, authentic reproductions APARTMENTS FOR RENT
ture intended for the finest rand new, appransed to $895,

stores in Fla. Bring cash, freight claim $109, if perfect 1-1320 NW 60th St. -.:.. 2-bedrooms -' $20 week
Money talks. $265, we deliver.

HERB NO CASH DELIVER NEEDEDWE ODD dressers, chests, chinas, 2-4612 NW 16th Ave.-Furn. efficiency $15 week
MUNNINGS larffe hreakfrnnts!=l, curio cabinets -
1636 NW 7th Ave.TIL poudre tables, desks, odd 3-1759 NW 47th Terr. 2-bedroom' duplex- $22 wk.
Real Estate Broker 6:30 bookcase, beds. Hundreds of
styles and colors. Rememberthis

775 NW 51st St. Is brand,new. Ford Realty Inc. ;

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;,f Phone 757-6365 1 19SAFETY3in : DELIVER 569 N.W. 54th Street 758-8761
J 1636 NW 7th Ave.

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