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Publication Date: October 5, 1963
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.. 41st YEAR No. g-r t MIAMI i FLORIDA SATURDAY OCTOBER 'S, 1963 1 ENTS
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2-YEAR--OLD IS .

5,549 Voters Registeredin FIRST POLIO Miami FAMUSIHtIeE Gets



' In Dade 2 WeeksA VICTIM Two-year-old Catherine Stan Months $1,000' Fine ..
ley of 2015 NW 46th St., was in I 6 I

an Iron lung Sunday at Variety I

crash two week voter regIstration Opa-locka. G74. Infantile Hospital paralysis.- a victim of Circuit Judge Hen Willis cd as the demonstatlon leaders, )II I
drive launched Sept. Liberty Square, 580; James E. "We're 99 cent It's found 156 Negro and white university were sentenced to $1,000 fine or
1C in 11 neighborhood locations Scott, 522; Matthews Center In per sure Students guilty Thurs- six months in Jail.
said Dr Ben J, Sheppard
resulted in 5,519 Negroes being Perrine, 405. polio, day of contempt of his court
a member of the hospital's polio A of 22 A and M
placed on the books in Dade. Mays High School in Goulds, committee. order restricting desegregation group stu-
dents before him 31
The downtown Miami location 318; Hutcheson Realty, Liberty "She appears to have a full demonstrations at Tallahassee.The on similar were charges were May classed -
,
at the Central Life Insur- City, 297; Coconut Grove, 246; case of poliomyelitis," he said, conviction was necessaryhe second! offenders and sen- .
and Richmond Heights 235.:
ance Co. topped the list with The drive "with paralysis of the chest said, "to secure public respect tenced to $500 fine or three
was a communityeffort
778 new voters signing A muscles and extremities I months In .
up. In which churches, clubs, especially for this court and its authority jail.A
the lower extremities.
surprise second was Homestead ."
where 750 registered at the schools, fraternal organizationsand Catherine was taken to Jack- group of 13 including two
White Way Barter Shop. Neal's : the man in the street worked son Hospital by her parents, Judge Grocery in Brownsville w a H ,; to get their fellow citizens Mr. and Mrs. Eddie L. Stanley into four groups according to Moiida State University students
third with 7U. : registered Friday after she became ill. the part they played, in the Sent, ( classed as bent upon assisting -'
The Roosevelt Savings and When polio symptoms developed 14 mass demonstration and picketing In the disorder, sentenced ; '
Other locations and the num- 'Loan Association distributed she was transferred to Variety of a white business district to $250 fine or15 days In
ber registered were: 75,000 'handbills listing the lo Saturday and placed in an theatre. Punishment was Jail
Mt Zion AME Church In cations to register.Commissioner Iron meted out
lung. by group.
k- And the remaining 119 A and
She Is the first Dade Countycase
!'!Jr.'':':"1 M students, classed as first offenders -

Metro Commission Split stricken since on Gloria Sept Ramos 29, 1962.was Gloria ' 'L -i!> days, sentenced, but.,suspended to $250 upon fineor

I wheel was chair.released last June In a ."'."., ", their continued good behavior.

On Public Accommodation Law Both victims had received no Today's action waR the climax -
polio vaccine. The other three r of two contempt trials last
children in Catherine's family- y. week during, which the demon-
Beckwith And Hall Jack Beckwithsaid I Donell, 0; Betty Jean, 7 and Ef- strators told Judge Willis they
"Such a law Impinges upon i fie Mae, 5 were reported to I Ifclicvcd they were within the
On Wrong Side freedom of private enterprise have had Immunization, Dr. court order when some 218 Negro -
If there Is a necessity for the
Sheppard said < and) white students massed
law, then we can act. But we I
Metro commissioners said have been very effective In before tho theatre chanting,
Sunday they were split three solving our problems here by clapping, singing and picketing.
St.
ways for, against and undecided i gradual transition. We can do Court Delays Tho students said they believed -
about a civil rights lit the way we're doing It now, i the order only restricted
law public to accommodations.ban segregation here In without a law." Augustine PetitionAn the number of sign-carrying \

pickets to 18.
A poll of 10 commissioners t

"Anything should that is Illegal and Sunday showed four in favor, effort by St. Augustine Law enforcement offiters.testilled -. ..... !II, .J
Immoral be
recognized two against and four undecided. Negro leaders to get federal I
such the laws of the the" group was noisy,
as by
Siding with Gordon are Commissioners court help in their integration
county," said Commissioner:; Harold Spaet, Robert effort was put off Thursday.A Ii blocked the theatre doors.
Alex Gordon "At the present Brake and Hughlan Lon hearing on the Negroes' sought entrance after being denied

streets.time, we This have matter no forum belongs but before the- Commissioner Chuck Hall is petition for a temporary InJunction I and refused to obey police -

was postponed until (orders to disperse; all in
our council tables and "fearful of depriving private enterprise "
date.
"The earliest possible Mrs. Patricia Stevens Due of
courtrooms" ,of any of its legal officials what they said were' violation of
St. Augustine city Miami and Reuben Kennon,
rights and benefit"" and I ques- served with I the court order
whether this should be said they were both A and M students desrlb-

YTMwlw tion done the local level." notice of the hearing Oct. 1 and - .._ .- .....-.-- --..--.
'i ir on had not had time to prepare an

Commissioners Winston Wynne, answer. i 13 II
Joseph Boyd, Thomas Sasso The group seeks Federal Arrested in Birmingham BombingsThree
and Arthur Patten would wait Court order to prevent city and
until the legislation is presented county officials at St. Augus- suspects have been arrested 23: bombings, not one of which
to them before commenting.The tine from interferring with 'in' connection with the has been solved. The 10th St
peaceful efforts at integration. racial bombings in Birmingham Baptist Church was bombed on
Commission met Tuesday Several Negroes have been 'and.charged with Illegal podsesj 15, when four girls were
with the J county Community arrested In the ancient city lon ,of dynamite. ._. .1,; HRT tilled Instantly in Sunday
Relations' Board which indicatedit
when they staged sit-ins, picket E. Chambliss, fO"' and and the edifice was' badly
favors the ban on discriminatory lines handbill distribution Charles] Cagle, 22, both w i t H c( maged.
practices in public accom-
and a meeting in a city park as Klan ,backgrounds, were held
modations throughout the coun- part of an effort to''get' equal since: Sunday on an ,'bperrpharae. OldGas* Works 'j
ty. rights with white persons, John W; Hall was pick. ;\
.. ___n__ ____ n__ ed up on Tuesday. : Sought For Park

I The three have been released< It was agreed by Miami Commissioners
;' H '
Cambridge Votes Down on" l $300 I'bond-each. f Monday to seek fed-
State police said Tuesday eral funds to purchase two
flight! that about 135* sticks of tracts of land for use as puWlc
Accommodations LawA dynamite had< been found hid- parks.
den In a wooded area near Bir The situ owned by the Houston -

public accommodations ref- torney, said "The obvious thingis mingham. Gas: Co, at Nw First Ave.,
erendum In Cambridge, Md, that the Negroes did not Since 1050 the city has had between NW 10th and 17th Sts.'
was defeated 1,994 to 1,720. vote." adjacent in Dorsey Park is one.
The issue was a referendumon The other Is! the Harvey Seeds
Ruth Greenfield's unique Fine an amendment to the city The City Council and other American Legion Post propertyon
Arts Conservatory, probably the charter that would have required civic leaders fear that the 12,000 Scores Arrested in lUscayne Blvd., about NE
only interracial music school in service to I Negroes in restau- community would suffer eco- fiOth St. <
Florida, gets going on its 10th rants, hotels ana motels. nomically !if there were con- City' Manager M. J... Reese
season Saturday offering music, tinued racial strife. S. C. MarchesIn suggested the commission apply I
dance, art and drama classes.A The all-Negro Secohd Ward for a federal grant from the
voted 587:In favor'of the accom- Orangcburg, S. C. about government's "Open Space" I
graduate of the University modation amendment and only College FundBreakfaa't 470 Negroes were arrested last funds.
of Michigan, Ruth studied at I 32 against, But of the 1.535 reg- weekend during three separate
Fontainebleu with Nadia Bou- istered voters, only 40 percentcast Saturday anti-segregation demonstrations.
langer and at the Paris.Conser-. their votes. When the county jail was fill Powell UrgesChristmas I

vatory. Up to 76 per cent of the registered The Dade County Committee ed, many were taken to the

Her faculty Include;,violinist voters "cast ballots. in- the of the United Negro College state penitentiary. Boycott"Santa
George Curlington, a .graduate white wards.: Fund has sent out invitations Seventy-five marchers gathered Claus Is only a white
of the Warsaw Conservatory. Mrs. Gloria Richardson, dem for its First Annual Breakfast near the Orangcburg Jail man's invention, having noth-
Olga Martinez. from the Con- onstration leader for Integra- Saturday, Oct, 5, 0 a.m. in the Sunday morning to protest the ing to do with Christmas," U.
servatorio de Henrique Masrri-' tion this summer, reportedly Sky Room of the Biscayne,. Ter- arrest of 162 Negroes on Sat S. Rep. Adam Clayton Powell
era Havana, will teach piano told her supporters not to par- race hotel urday. They were singing and told his congregation Sunday.
and solfege, assisted by Jose ticipate in Tuesday's voting. Dr. Richard V. Moore, presi- chanting within a block of Powell pastors the Abyssinian t
Beth Otis, a graduate of Julllard. She said that public accommo- dent of Bethune-Cookman Col- church during services, police Baptist Church in New York, ,
dations were a right Inherent in said. They were arresteandcharged the largest Negro congregationIn
Florida"
lege, Daytona Beach, and '
Sherna Slmonhoff, Brandels citizenship and should not be with disturbing religious the United States. '
Campaign Chairman, is the '
University, teaches drawing decided by vote. services. Preaching on the subject '
"painting and sculpture, and guest speaker. The downtown streets were "Santa Claus Versus JesusChrlsth"
,Robert Thomas, from the music Mayor Calvin W. Mowbrayand Garth C. Reeves managing lined with police awaiting fur- he urged members of l
!department of Dade, County other civic leaders who had editor of the The MiamUTlmes, ther demonstrations. urch to boycott Santa
\Junior College working on his campaigned for the amendmentwere and Michael Sossln are cochairmen Saturday's protest was called Claus this Christmas by-refus #
doctoral from the University disappointed. The Mayor for the occasion. V *the worst disorder I h a v e ing to purchase presents for ex-
I of Indiana, teaching music the- said, "We'll have to start all Participating In the fund are ever seen in South Carolina," change.
:ory and string bass. over again, so to speak." 33 Negro colleges in the Southern by J Strom, chief of the State "Have you ever seen a black .,
4 (See story on page 2) C. Awdry Thompson, city at states. Law Enforcement Division Santa Claus?" he asked. f

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PAGE 2 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1963

W First Integrated School CelebratesIts



o s Tenth Anniversary In The ArtsThe


place to place a masonic
hall
from successful sum-
home
a
Conservatoryof
Fine Arts
a funeral home, the YMCA. Eachplace
015 NW 60th St. begins its mer's study at New York's Jullllarcl was limited in
accommodation
10th anniversary year when it School of Music, found but never the
--- opens for registration Oct. 5. studios of advanced study In the children received. training
Many people do not know of piano open to his qualificationsbut
....THE COMMUNITY Improvement of Link Evergreen Murphy. Lu- the consistency and struggle of closed to his color.A Both faculty and body are integrated -
Association has mailed in- gusta Colston is Link president. this first integrated school In group of musicians, artists, with .Instructors from
vites to friends for its Intro- BIRTHDAY Florida to remain alive through; clergymen, educators and civic the University of Miami and
ductory Ball to he held next GREETINGS and the controversial and apathetic leaders were beginning to hold Dade Junior College. Enroll-
Friday at the Gulfstream Roomof best wishes to: Triple birthday years.In meetings for the purpose of ment number approximately 50.
Bayfront Auditorium. Benny greetings are sent to Gwendo- 1951 a 13-year-old boy, opening a center for the crea-
O'Berry is chairman of the as- lyn Faison, Grandma Faison and ._ tive arts, available to all people In 1901 FAC moved to its own
sociation. little Brother Michael, Geneva -- -- regardless of color or creed. On property. Here in an old house

Bethel, Edwina Scavella, Ollie that original board were Ken- with a beautiful tree, just off
Have
Club SpiritOf
lI''JYJR= : : TAHLETON Stewart, Karen Lynette Smith, to neth Oka, Burnett Roth, Leo the commercial section at 615
has returned to her Cincinnatti Garth Reeves, Jr., Claudia March BanquetThe Huberman, Harold Tannen, Kelsey NW 60th St., it Is the scene of
home after visiting her daughter Cooper, Alice D. Harrison, Mildred DemocraticClub Pharr, Revs. Edward T. classes in piano, clarinet, violin,
Mayme E. Williams in this Anderson, Shirley Williams All People's Graham and Eugene Pickett, music history, theory, dance
city. Donna Reed, Gloria Wood- readies plan for a buffet Phllhour Ford and art.Visitors.
Charles Mary
... luncheon. Target date has been
bury, Doris Miller, Zelma Peters.A Ar-
Williams, Mary McGary,
set Sunday Nov. 3 and the
THE LATEST Addition to the nold Greenfield and Ruth Green. are welcome each
Junior Samuel Stewart's faintly GROUP from the National Hampton House, 4200 NW 27th field founder and director. Saturday. One can then visua-
,
was a baby girl Named Business and Professional Wo- Ave., will be the scene. The lize the arts in action and the
Sheryl Elaine. men's Club of Miami motored to purpose is to honor those per- The young man was the first vital role this school should
West Palm Beach Sunday to sons who were representing Miami student at this center when it I' play in the community.The .
FRIENDS AUK HAPPY to set up a clinic in that city. Mrs. in the now famous August opened upstairs over the Pharr I
hear that Theodora Carey Annette E. McNeal, first vice 28 March on Washington.A Funeral Home on 2nd Ave.I I partial faculty list con-
Brown is much improved after president of the Miami club Installed special award will be presented I sists of: Mrs. Ruth Greenfield,
her recent Illness. the officers with a beau- ; each person that made By 1953, FAC was under the founder-director, B. Mus., M
tiful ribbon and flower cere- the trip either by air or by the I I II statutes of the State of Floridaas ; Mus., University of Michigan;
OUR SINCERE Sympathy to mony. Those attending from MIami Famous Freedom Train. Miss a non-profit school for the Olga Martinez, graduate of Con-
the bereaved families of: Arthur were Mrs. Loretha Pecke, I Blanche Galloway] Drs. Ed Shir- creative arts. Open to all. This servatorio de Henrique Mas-
Aranha, who died last Sunday; president of the Miami club; ley, John Drown, Garth Reeves, was when the struggle began. rrlera, Havana, Cuba; Roltert
Charles L. Austin Sr., former Mrs. lona Dukes, Mrs. I Atty. Henry Arrinnton, Michael Thomas, B.S., MS., M. Mus.,
principal of Booker T. Washington lyn J. Bullard, Mrs. Walker, Benny O'Berry, Barbara This fall, marking its 10th Southern Illinois U.t Julia Mol-
High School who died- Thompson, Mrs. GWendo-l Bo'Ney and many others including year of operation, the fine arts nar, protege of Vitale Foklne at

last week in New York City. Smith I and George the Yours All Truly People's, Roland DemocraticClub. Woodsof school is in its own home. Carnegie Hall; Sherna Simon-

Everyone reported a Until two years ago it had hoff, B.A. cum laude in fine arts,

THE SACRED HEART chapter ternoon well spent. Engraved Invitations are now been an orphan skipping from I Brandeis University.

of the Episcopal Churchmenof being made and will be mailed
:MISS YVONNE MAIIOONwas
the Church of the Incarna- out to all those whom we have
I
In the city for few days
a
tion presented Charles
H. Jones address for.
a mailing Any per-
Dade the guest of her family, Mr. and
County
School
music instructor know who
made
sons you may
Mrs. H. L. Mahoon. She left for
at their second annual the trip please contact me so
Atlanta. She will attend Atlanta I
musical concert last Sunday. the address can be verified
The success of this concert is University where she Is a Thanks.
What's
Our
an indication that recipient of a Science Founda-
more cultural Roland Williams Jr., is pro-
tion Scholarship to study for
affairs of this type are needed gram director.
in our community. her masters Miss Mahoon is a
of Northwestern Senior
graduate -
GET WKTJj WISHES High School and Hampton Sigmas OutlineYear's
to x
: Ruby
McLeod, who Is confined to the Institute. After graduation she' ProgramThe PLUS? '
Cloverleaf Hospital Blanche taught science for two years in Big I
Dean. BTW school marm; who the public schools of Baltimore.Mr. members of the Phi Beta
Sigma fraternity met at the
has been ill for the r"
days. past few and Mrs. LIVINGSTON home of Brother Joe Taylor,
ADDERIEY, G8th St. and 13th local real estate tycoon on Sat-
SUE FRANCIS was the charm Ave. have returned from an extended urday night. Sept. 28. The meetIng FAIR DIVIDEND RATES? i
ing visit to Michigan and was designed to further ex- ,
hostess fop
monthly meeting the of Links September, Inc. Chicago They report a very tend the range of social, educational .. . CURRENT 4Ve%!
economic and
An added enjoyable visit. public
festivity of the even-
service activities for the E
ensuing -
ing was a shower for the recentIv Send nil news for thin columnto year.There LOW COST HOME LOANS?
betrothed, Link Frances J. CHATTER THAT MATTERS }
: were 11 brothers present:
Chambers. As the I/ride sat upon rare of The Miami Times Henry Mott Jr., Lewis Byrd, ,f . YES! '
the honor chair, the story 6740 NW 15th Ave., Miami. Wilkes Kemp, Lucius Crawford.
of .
the
first shower was told. Tee S. Greer, Obie Duren, David :
Streamers of green and white Ivev, Theodore Robinson, Ellis u
(club colors) radiated from the Dropouts Drive
Adderly, Dr. Melton White and
honor chair to the floor extend- Shows Results the ho t. .Jo(' Tnvlnr. The meeting PLUS.
Ing from eight to fourteen feet began; at 8:15:: --and officially i ., ..
away to some hidden spot. Following Nearly 95 per cent of the ended at 000.: r"
the course of each 4,373 students who were consid- These are some of the events .
stream Link Frances! found at ered most likely to quit school outlined for the year: EQUAL JOB OPPORTUNITIES ;'
its end, a Fostoria water gob- this fall have returned to class Social actions program, edu-
let in her favorite pattern to following the Dade school sys- cational; Sigma Cruise, educa- >, FOR ALLIMORTGAGES!

ndd to her collection I hear tem's crash stop-dropouts cam- tional-social; Sigma Night, social -
that this novel idea was that paign.That. I ; Gigger and Better Business WITHOUTDISCRIMINATION Ii
was the word Monday Program, educational; Orchid
from Marvin D. Griep assistant Ball, social; Save-A-Tooth, pub- !
Sunshine '' guidance director who headed lic servant; Operation Alpha-
Comm'unityClub the special, federally financed bet, educational, public service.
five-week project. The next regularly: scheduleed WHEN YOU DO BUSINESS WITH
NewsThe Another 151 or 3.5 per cent meeting will be held Oct. 12

were "counseled into" adult at the home of Bro Ellis Adder. : YOUR 100
Sunshine! Community 1- classes. ly, 7520 NW 14th Ct. % INTEGRATED x
Club met at the lovely home of Y

Mrs. Ruth Williams, 2221 NW "
Goth St. The members made Alterations and additions very reasonable ROOSEVELTSAVINGS
plans for their winter activities. '
BUILDING TRADES
The first one will Ite a Spaghetti
Dinner at the home of Mrs. GENERAL CONTRACTORSNew & LOAN ASSOCIATION
Mary Slmms. 1530' NW G5th St., Homes on Your Lot .,
Oct. 20. Call or contact any NOTHING DOWN
member of the club for dinners. 1-Bedroom Home $4,900
The planning conference for
the state meeting will be held 2-Bedroom Home $6,500 rid,
In Stuart 3-BedVoom' Home ; J
Saturday. Oct. 12 and $8,500
quite a few members plan to 1-Bedroom Duplex $7,990

attend. Mrs. Williams was a Host materials, good; price In Miami over 20 years
very hospitable hostess.
The Your plans or our large stock of plans
next meeting will he at .: '
the home of Mrs. Portia Ban- Phone' 226.9475 JOHN B. ORR
nister Oct. 8. Mrs. Alma Lynch, CHAIRMAN, JR. ELMER A. WARD
reporter; Mrs. A. E. McNeal, PRESIDENT
;>
president.
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AFRICAN GIRLS THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. '\

66S1l1R"Worcers! May STUDY POULTRYAT SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1963 PAGE 3 .I


FAMU legal' Defense Fund : .11

Go Down in History TALLAHASSEE On the _,
campus at Florida A and M University '. I
are two petite and attractive -
The outside world has not yet "Certainly they are the bravest coeds from Western Nigeria Florida Youth
Aids
heard much about the Student the hardest working, the whose study in the United ,
Nonviolent Coordinating Com-I most Indomitable and probably States may someday pay Important I
mittee, or "Soltek" for short the best educated. They or their economic dividends !u II' ,
A suit to stop St. Augustine'scity Fund's New York City headquarters -
I/at their native African
someday their
names may I successors may yet prove to be country. Ne .
officials from
arresting
be engraved in American his- the salvation of the state,' he I
tory books, along with Ben writes. I Both Florence Foluso Esuruo- groes participating In sit-in -
/
Franklin, Nathan Hale, Clara RO and Olufunke Omotayo Fas- and picket lines protesting racial -
Barton and Medgar Evcrs. Mr. Fischer believes that perhaps I hewn, attending FAMU under a discrimination was filed yd
This is the opinion of John the greatest contributionof U. S. Government grant, plan to here this week by attorneys of '
major In poultry husbandry in the NAACP Legal Defense Fund.
Fischer, editor of Harper's Magazine Snick has Iteen their Impact
in article on the Southern mind. the Institution's School of Ag- Johnson
an appearing Both Earl representingthe h !
culture. ,
wome.o.who
In the October Issue of the mag young Legal Defense Fund, enter- Yr
"One the FAMU
thing that average I are enrolled at as
azine. Federal District
ed the suit In !
Mlsslsslplan does admire how- freshmen, plan to return to Nigeria -
the NAACP
lAihalf of
"The first goal of Snick Is to. ever grudgingly, is courage., And after their graduation and I Court on council of St. Augustine.The ;/ '
I
win for Mississippi's Negro citi he can't watch the SNCC peopleat work with the Western Nigerian youth a 1ati
zens the fundamental right of work Indefinitely without beginning government in poultry raising. youth, under leadershipof N
every American the right to I to wonder'whether It Is Dr. Robert 13. Haylin, started
vote," says Mr. Fischer 'But really true that all Negroes are peaceful demonstrations
their ultimate purpose, though Innately Inferior," says Mr. FORMER GIANT against segregated public facilities !II I
some of them may not fully Fischer. last July. NJ6/
understand it, .Is STAR GETS
to
bring the
American revolution "One of tnese days, wnen he They applied for a permit to .
to Mississippi is finally forced to deal with hold a public meeting in the
189 years late! his Negro neighbors as human 10 YEARSHank "old slave market" an historic!
Mr. Fischer believes that the beings and American citizens, landmark. They were denied! the AUTO H
young men of Snick are the he will know deep inside that Thompson former New permit but elected to hold their
ablest leaders In Mississippi to he has met an opponent worthy York Giant third baseman, was public meeting anyway.
day of respect" given a 10-year prison sentence SR-22's FILED
Wednesday in Houston, Tex. Police used electric prods: to I
break I the crowd at the labor, Liability InsuranceNEW
LAW KXPEKT8 . I The 39-year-old Thompson day rally, one third of which
entered a not-guilty plea to was white. However, no white
See Negroes I charges of robbery burglary participant: was among the 28 LOW RATES
Winning and felony theft Uut it just did arrested. $107.00 YEARLYTo
not work.
NAACP Legal Defense attor- ( nnd from work)
Sit-In Rights Case "This Is one of the toughest neys also asked the court to With good l driving. records
sentences I have ever had to prohibit city officials from arresting BANK FINANCING
Constitutional law experts expect says is that Southern policewouf(1 i pass on anyone," Judge John citizens attending public $17 DOWN PAYMENT
integrationists to win a lose their chief weapon IJarron said.Thompson. meeting protesting Jim crow
momentous battle before he U. against sit-in demonstrationsand who Joined the Attorney Johnson was assigned 9 PAYMENT PLAN
S. Supreme Court In civil rights that private businesses the San Francis by Jack Greenberg Con-
Giants now We Can Insure You!
test
cases involving police arrests might react to such a decisionby co Giants in 1018, was one stance Baker Motley and LeroyD.
of sit-ins based on hiring "private police' to remove Clark, all of the Defense
-
of the first Negroes to play In
charges of criminal
trespass or unwanted customers This He Gulf fire & CasualtyInc.
disorderly conduct, The Inslder's I the major leagues. playedIn
in turn would probably necessi-
the World Series against
Newsletter said this week. tate another court decision on New York Yankees Jn 1051 and Join The NAACP!
According to The Newsletter, the extent of private property the Cleveland Indians In 1954. .
the NAACP will ask the High rights. 1552 NW 54th STREETOX
Court to bar such arrests on Fnlnlcflii Office<< Treatment of 6-1231
the grounds that the of
lie law enforcement use officers pub. Duprie's Guest House \\IIKI; IA l'N NH: 5:30:
RUPTURE cTr" PILES .
1'4\ 1' !u-
and the courts to support pri- i The house of unusual rooms ..

vate stitutional.If discriminations. is uncon- Open 24 hour N Eo 4-385) Rectal OIMoPaflt'M'nrlroP4f"( Vein l'r(>- NORTHSIDE! SHOPPING
Seeing :'a BelievingSee Kt iite-No lout Urn..Plincnrd/ Trnxw CENTER
the NAACP wins the case, us for clean rooms upon Correction of Rupture. Reducing Next, to Wonhvorth'H (rear ent.) .
Integratlonists will have chalked Jamaica Duple always a Dlood-Urlne Teat Itn. l.ONfi'H CLINIC 79th St. & 27th Ave...MiamiPh. .1
their most important legal friends I Isis S.W. 1st Ht.--FR 3.2748 A general health service OX 6.1233 or 696.1233 \
victory since the 1054 school
desegregation decision. 2941 NW 47th St., Miami OI'KJV: KVJ3NINC2H:

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: 4 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1963 demands. KsessasesiSdVfAfiBROWSIN'
.... Atty. Arthur Shores and A. G. Gaston, a prominentbusin'ess

..I man, deplore the threat because President Ken-
negotiating They By PAUL HENRY
nedy's peace team was in Birmingham
rQBp outside interference UKSaAftaasKBKgHurricane !i
hope there would be no additional ;
that would disturb present negotiations. The local leader Flora hit Tobago
capable of negotiatingthe and Trinidad on Monday night
ship in the community was fully with 100 mile-an-hour !

__ __ __H_ __. _ __.. .. __ __ .__ problems and they recognize and appreciate their doing considerable damage wind to
II. M. AIR tUN)) RKEVKH, Editor<: and Publisher ability to call for help when needed, said these leaders.. property and flooding canefields
GARTH C. ItI:EVI Managing: ; Editor: Flora also took the lives of more
------ In Birmingham three white men arrested in connec- than 30 people.
:Member of the National Newspapers" Publishers, Association
'- ) ) \ tion with, the recent bombing of the 16th St. Baptist
SUBSCRIPTION! RATES next week. The managing editor of the
trial
Church will go to 'Miami Times and this
ONE YEAH $.'),00 SIXIONTJlS: $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 Funds have been raised for rebuilding the edifice. Clash over who will win Browser the i

Entered ns Second Class :Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post Office world series. He would not be
at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 Beautifying the City surprised if the Yankees giveus
-- ..- a short series, winning the
:Main' Office at 6740 N.W. \v'JlUo-l-holle OX 1-0121 demolition of the Fla. first four,
Miamians week witnessed
\ last
Downtown Office: 1112 N.W. 3rd Avenue Phone FR 3-2236 Your Browser always on the
East Coast downtown railway station that has been serv- National League side (but with

"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" ing the city for over a half century. Because of the railway much respectfor the Yankees)
The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead the strike, quietness prevailed at this station for the past eight picks the Dodgers for the first
\\orld from metal and iintlon.il antagonism: when it accords to two possible, the series
every man regardless; or rare, creed or color his human and months. I It's Wednesday after a thril-

legal rights.: Hating no man, fearing no man-the/ Negro Press The vacant will provide outlets for traffic I ling performance by Sandy
now I
strives to help every man in the firm belief that all men are space I KoUfax, Managing Editor Reeve.
hurt as long as anyone is held back. and room for some business places, making this sectionof admits the wonderful perfor-
this city a more pleasant site. mance, but still favors the
Then comes the Downtown Business Council with Yankees.

Let It Die the idea of beautifying Flagler St. The overwhelming contract

"Let it die/' says Senator Richard Russell of Georgia. The city commission seems to favor the idea and it I week awarded makes Aerodex good, news Inc., this for MI-i

lie was discussing the Civil Rights Commission in the should be carried out before the Christmas season. I ami. It means more than

:Senate on Monday, where the government is endeavoringto As planned there will be flower pots five feet wide $700,000,000 of Federal money

have the life of the commission that's nearing its end and ten feet deep hanging 15 ft. from light poles, costing I spent in nearly Dade 1,000 County.persons It's estimated will-

continued for another year. $5,600. Flowers will change with the season I II find employment as a result of

Senator Russell said, "This agency! has shown a pre- This is a progressive step and we believe it will meet this contract for overhauling
judice that disqualifies it." I engines for the airforce.
with the approval of the community in general. Orlando has gone over the top

Southern senators joined the senator in condemning , . . . . in landing a $27.7 million con-
acts of the commission and recommendations they made tract. It goes to the Martin Co.

,favoring the rights of Negroes.The W America'sSouthernmost for industrial engineering servIce -
Key est on the Pershing weapon
commission was created in 1957 as a temporary I system and support in produc-
agency, later revived on a two year basis.It City ing missiles and ground equlp-
has done a good job in investigating civil rights, 113' FRANCES" 13.HOOPKRH i'ALMICB ment.

making J known its findings and offering recommendationsfor _._-"---'..._. _-_ __ .. ----- .____ ___ I
The State of Florida will
consideration by the Congress. : IIONOREH'Rev. who died Wednesday night, make a two-year study of its
Senator Russell's "Let it die" suggestion was not ad- and Mrs./ A. Franklin Sept. 25 at his home, 1017 election laws.
hered to. The life of the commission has been extendedfor Hooper and family were honored Thomas St. after an extended The chairman of the study
another with an appreciation week illness, was held Monday, Sept. committee is Rep. George Stal-
30 from St. Peter's Episcopal lings of Jacksonville, a Demo-
year.Metro The Rev. Hooper has been Church with Father John Henry crat; Senator Bill Young of Pin-
CharterThe pastor of Cornish Memorial Reese Jr, officiating and assisted elass Park, a Republican, is vice
AME Zion Church for 11 years. by Father Samuel Brownof chairman.
During the past week various St. Petersburg.
charter amendments to be voted Nov. honored Secretary of State, Tom
upon on clul/i and organizations .
Adams said basic adjust
5 has, and is being widely discussed. Not only the 11 the Hoopers for religious: and Survivors include! the daughter ments in the many election laws could
Mrs. Enves Hanniball,
amendments, but the order in which they are now placed community, a true servant service.of Rev.all regardless Hooper - nieces, nephews and numerous cou- be made if only in determiningthe

,and the change of wording from "for and against" to "yes of race, color or creed Great sins. specific areas of responsibility -
and l has been gained between the county super
no. Inspiration
Mr. Hannibal was a memberof visor of registration, countyclerks
The opposition claim the changes will confuse voters from Rev. Hooper. He has Ueen
Union Lodge No. 47, F and judges and commissioners -
leader, and
they will hardly know for what they are voting. a understanding.great May patient he live a AM, Rathbone Lodge No. 44 of and the Secretary of State!

A Citizens Committee to Save Voters Rights has been long rich life to continue in the Albans the Knights Lodge of Pythias No. 15 and of the St. In
Chicago the Roman Cath
formed. This committee, headed by W. Keith Phillips, vice service of the ttord.: Grand United Order of Pall olic archdiocese plans a new

mayor of Coral Gables, will conduct a campaign againstthe This program was sponsored Bearers of America, Inc. The mechanical development providing -
three Government Research Council Amendments toMetro's by Mrs. Lucille Pope, a most Key West Undertaking Co. ha'd space for 10,000 excavated -
devoted member of Cornish. charge of arrangements.
Charter.., graves and 10,000 vaults all
Mrs. Pope wishes to thank all organizations in place and sodded over pending
They are : Reducing the number of commissionersfrom who helped to make : need for them. Brother

13 to 8 with a chairman elected at large ;,The eight the appreciation week a grand. United FundHi that's thinking ahead, for death

living in the districts to be elected'at large, and the chair- success. will The surely Rev. come.Fred Shuttlesworth,

man's salary would be $15,000 and commissioners $10,000 Mr. and Mrs S.Iin 1 m i ie Neighbor: found guilty of parading with
annually. I .(Avdrey)' Martin will celebrate Fund As you know, the 1903 United out a permit on Good Friday,
their -,4th anniversary on Oct. 4'rv'West'PaM Neighborhood Drive is was fined $75, and 00 days In
Another amendment,.would,,change the name Dade Beach. Mrs. Martin only a few weeks away. Volunteers jail. His attorneys appealed
County to Miami County.:;( ;. :: is,'the 'grand( daughter of are needed to canvas the
Mrs, RoWena Finder of this bl'Tk you live in. Please call Continued on 5
There is still a month t ft for voters to decide how PL 9-6383 page
j city, . '! I and offer your ser-
they will vote on these amendments. .. I vices. Let's "get the job done.
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With the Government Research Council, the'Citigns', -f ; ... PL 0-0383, Blanche Calloway, Individual Ut'sonsJblllty1I(1(
i I' Birthday greetings to the, district!; chairman Neighborhood
Committee to Save Voters Rights. Home RuleCharter The American Revolution FOI'Rights.
following born In October No 1, area 3
persons "
Board and other committees, plus County Manager, ,,Jryjng .
McNayr and commissioners, they should be able,.to' ((6ptoe( Mrs.: Cleora' Lopez, Geraldine .'" --- ."., "- ... ......... ........ -:;..-:;..

up with a charter that will need no more amendments'or.' Welters, Lucille Small, Eloise
Walker, Mercedes Wildgoose,
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at least a decade. '
Franka Mae Chapman, Alfredd WIGS
Sands, Dr. Warren Welters,
Check On DonationsThe Roberts.Ethelyn Cleare and Mereveth


city commission at its meeting on Wednesday,

passed an emergency ordinance, a campaign expense law. Friends and relatives are *
Under this law Candidates. for the commission must sorry to hear of the illness of
list the name and address of all campaign contributorsand Mrs. Myrtle ,Curtis in Miami.
They wish her a speedy recovery -
the amount! of their donation.A ._ $89.00
.,complete list of how and where the money is spent y Value 59

will have to be maintained by the candidates. Individualcontributions. Mrs. Elizabeth Milliam is a "..... ,
patient at Monroe General Hos-
cannot exceed $500. pital. Friends wish her well '

I' Mayor Robert, King High introduced the ordinance again. '

!and;It'' was unanimously passed by the commissioni-- $130.00

Each'Sveek until,November 19 candidates muse pply NOTICE 79

41 a sworn statement of contributions and expenses to City Kindly send all news to your : ValueJIOUSE "
Correll. reporter no later than Mon- )1
Frank
Clerk
day evening. Thank
-' This is quite a tightening up on election campaign you. ."- --_...
{ costs. Candidates will need bookkeepers. The Recrular! Deluxe Club met
at the home of Mrs Clara Aus-
rl tin Tuesday night, Oct. 1. Meet. OF WIGS
Officials Angry ing was opened with the presi-
dent, Mrs. Jackson, presiding.
k'' Birmingham's city officials are angry over the threatof After the regular routii of bus Biscayne
Shopping
more demonstrations if certain demands are not met. iness was transacted a delicious Plaza

Such a threat was made by Dr. Martin Luther King. repast. Next was meeting served will by Mrs.be at Austin the- Phone 757-8331 Suite; 234

The officials claim that most of the demands have home of Mrs. Marion Berry, 810 ,.

'already been met and warned that King would be arrested -. Terry Lane. SALES AND SERVICEOpen

if necessary. DEATH Mon and Fri til 0 p.m. other days tit 6 .
p.m.PACE
to
There is also some Negro opposition Dr. King'sf Funeral of Joseph Hannibal,

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Ing for another stella! event Rites For Ernest the present site.
You will enjoy it In November I Surviving are his wife, Minnie,
Terri Springer is the featured, Bethel SaturdayFuneral : a daughter, Mrs. Florle Bethel, ''I.
RESSAlitiil pretty. More later . Beauticians a son Joseph Ernest, a sister,
Unit 7's All Star Show services for Ernest Mrs. Jessie Butler of New I
and Dance starring Kelso) and Bethel of 533 NW 4th Ave. will York, five brothers, George A.
dance partner Collatha, is a be held at St. Agnes Church, nnd Leonard of Miami, Arvis of I''
Blrdland Oct. 22nd affair with the Rev Lambert Sands, rectorat Richmond Heights, Alfred of r
EPINDR McFord star New York Wilton of Wilson '
Sylvia as guest plusa 11 a.m. on Saturday. ,
fabulous hair style show . Mr. Bethel, a native of the N.C., a grand daughter, great- i
OX Greater Miami Temple No. 769 Bahamas Is a pioneer Mlamlan. grand children, nieces and
(Elks) is mailing cards to Its lie was well known In the community nephews. Mr, Bethel will lie in '(14(
Coca-Cola Sip and Fall Fashion repose in the chapel of Range
Show at the King 0' Hearts Funeral Home Friday evening I t
DRIVERS ON* tile PalmettoBypass has great plans for your com He was not only a member of
of entertainment . Sunday, Nov. 10. The affair St. s Sunday until 11 p.m. Friday night. From I ,I
heading down Dixie Hi- ing season
way when passing Tropical Orchard Villa PTA will presentits will last from 5 to 0 p.m. . School superintendent for many 7 a.m. Saturday morning until !
Park (the race track) read a Parent-Teachers on Parade, 17th Ave.'s popular Cat's Club years while the church was on funeral time at his residence. I
get acquainted party to all 8th St. and also for sometime at He resident for 58 d
sign on the track's marquee: a masquerade of fun, Oct. 30 in was a years
We'll make Nov 28, will you?" their cafetorium . The Rink members starts Friday evening.
eydinks' Harvest Dance will be -
IOU'Is1 tagged "Down Mexico Way." It'sIn T1IK 1ILVK NOTK UAH'S
ENJOY n Knight :Moonlight Cruise will feature EQUIPPED BEAUTY PARLOR
November, but the girls are
Beat outing Almost every of this world
dancing nnd a out
week Clyde Killens' calendar of busy. They have set their promises it
floor show. Eneanqr
will FOR RENT
members and
attractions Is docked for new, meeting for to be different. It's Oct. 20 . .
have for their first get
guests
attractions, national or Jim
super Received word that Big ,
together . That Second An- SPACE FOR FIVE OPERATORS "
local talent, It's tops. One thing Wallace was In Vets Hosp.! lIe's
nual Barbers Clinic and Danceis
Woast of his Beat is
Clyde can ,
.Arthur
Key Wester
a
clipped for Nov. 27 at Knight i REASONABLE RATES
the only club this side of the Symonette was home to pay ,
Beat Club . Miami's oldest I
Beach that features show girls
his mother
last respects to ,
beauty school, The Sunlight, Is ''I
and different shows weekly.Yes .
Miriam of 5th place. He was a See manager in Apt. 29
planning its 28th at the
sir buddy, you'll enjoy a prom few hours short on seeing her
night at the Beat. Knight Beat In November. alive. Alfred was here about two 6970 NW 17th Avenue

weeks prior to her passing . !
TALKXT mill Fashion Ten I is Nathaniel Hines and Margurlte
THIS WEDNESDAY: the Decathlons -' what the Ushers' Board of Zion Lewis have become like one. '" --. MMR .wRIfi M.fARNI.. i l
will climax their I
Hope Church offers Oct. 13 ( :
a They were married Thursday
"Miss Decathlon Contest". This
Liberty Square Community afternoon . To my co-worker APARTMENTS FOR RENT
young up-coming social group Center . Socially speaking: and friend, Charles Aranha, formerly !
The Richard Duncans are vow of this sheet, now with Unfurnished from $10 up per week
ing their daughter Marie and Jie Florida Flash) and the fannl -
Just Browsin' huUby Willie Golden Sunday afternoon l of Arthur Aranaha who Furnished from $13.50 up per week ;
Oct. C . The childrenof died recently. Our sympathy i Is \
Continued from page .1 the George Cashes will honor I theirs. Persons occupying the same apartment for one year
their 50 years of wedlock In
Judge George Lewis Baile's da- December. will become owner of the said furniture.
cision and Shuttleworth w i s Eugene McLin Dies
released on $2,500 bond. 6970 NW 17th AvenueSee
('JI\JU IB; NORTH'S Travel In St. Pete
The three men arrested for Bureau will plan and arrange in 29
possession of dynamite and may: he Miss Decathlons winner to Eugene< McLin, former teacher manager Apt.
lie suspects in the bombings In Jamaica and runner-up's Blmlnl and football coach at Booker -
Alabama are out on $300 bond trip. North' is also available T Washington High School I I-.... ., "'- *-... --"- *- ::;..-.. -! ... ... ","...",,Yb ,!:: ...
Quite a comparison $2,500 .'or all Biminl cruises. A call here, died Wednesday In St.
and $300. .vill solve all problem) ) Call Petersburg from a heart attack.
r North for east or west. He's Service will be held Monday at LIBCITYDRIVE.
south on 3rd Ave. four o'clock.
Florida's Senator Spessard
Holland voted against continu- .. -.
A L1TTLK: OF This That
mid :
ation of the Civil Rights Commission -
Was anyone surprised? The Percy Browns (Doris! ) have FOR SALE IN THEATREOX
reconciled. She's still alt her

Spottswood W. Robinson, for James llth Street Horne hideaway, Miami post Times. . 3356 BIRD AVE. 1-7959 22nd Av. and 69th St.
Dean of Howard UniversityLaw
mer School has been nominated make-up man has his papers COCONUT GROVE
bea from Uncle Sam for an Oct. I NOW PLAYING"I
to
President Kennedy
by for the 25th induction. Yes slree, buddy Open nil till)' Hat. from 1-5 ))..11I.Sun. .
District U. S. of District Columbia judge . Frances Palmer was Three nlr roiullllom'd bodrooiiiM \ will avenge the tribute "t 1 ... ,
up West Palm Beach way visiting :3 baths, hardwood floor, v
Robinson succeeds the late her nephew-ln-law In a liiigri Kloilria room, built-In of the Hundred Maidens will r n i
James W. Morris and is the first hospital there. kitchen, carportv(-ll sprinkler'
strike the infidels while
Negro to hold a federal Judge- Htt'mUI'k", shop", coveredpatio then
ship In the nation's capital. ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA Sorority mul game room, mid bu.... revel in their sinful pleasures!"

_Ite ading about sewers supplanting Fashlonetta Time 1 h gear brcne pll. I':asy lerniH. I .............

septic tanks at Belle -- ..-..-.. ._ --,.
Meade Island, makes one won
'Lll'fl4E
der why and when will sewers PLEASEDRIVE I 4 ..
take the place of septic;! tanks in
Liberty City? They are certain t
ly needed. CAREFULLY YOU MAY HURT 1

ONE OF MY CLIENTS
This Is National Newspaper IJr -
wonders if the gen-
Week. One
CARL W. RINALDI
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The two most powerful weap- sb I
ons in the world have been the Ford Real Estate Specials !
pulpit and the press. In spite of

many inventions they are still Drive by and see these today!

highly would respected.Who want. to live with. Government approved! FHA homes!

out either of them? 1-744 NW 47th Terr. $350 down I

:: :: Front porch, large rooms and plenty of closets.
Ask for Miss Lee.
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2-2028 NW 42nd St. $250 down Sy
2-bedroom home with enclosed porch. Nice and / r j s

clean in and out.

3-1483-85 NW 53rd St. $300 down ';y ,
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I See this lovely duplex. Each sidle' has a Florida '

room. Ask Miss Lee for terms.
II 4-750 NW 42nd St. $300 down $70.74 month

Plus FHA closing costs. See this lovely 2bedroomCBS

I home. Fla. room. Ask for Henry'

5-737 NW 53rd St. $600 down 94 month GULO

Each side has 2-bedrooms.

Best Wig ValuesAT 6-1286 NW 59th St. $200 down, $65 month Presented

; CBS house for small family. WARNER

7-1530 NW 51st Terr. $1,000 down 's.-. _
54th ST.Starlet I Nice CBS home with apartment in read! to rent PHILIP tIANC JAM 3 PAY CLAUD

out. Hardwood floors, tile roof. CAREY'McBAINBESPSPAIN AKINS
Wig Center Brand home. Only $500
8-821 NW 66th St. new ,

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Good Thru Oct. 5ft/ Welter's AG Store Only
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Pig Feet Ib 120 Chuck Roast Ib 390

Short Ribs lb 390 -Saus- s- eIb 35ct

GRADE A FRESH
Fryers L 250 Gronnd'ee1lb! 290

FAMOUS POUND LB.
Sliced Bacon 39! Turkey Wings 290
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: Produce : FOLGER'S ALL GRINDS LB.

Lopes 2 for 45 2 LBS.
With $5.00 Order or More
lemonade 6 oz. JK(
Red Grapes 35"
"McKENZIE" 24 Oz. PackBocfceye
GiantTRE1d1D 39
I / Peas 39*
MAC-Poly BagApples
3 Ibs 29* Fihr;; itoi iiriroof;; 4:39: Whole" ,; z'r' 24 Oz.39C Pack
FRESH HOMOGENIZED
TWO STALKS i 12s rCelery Milk Half Gal. 39
230 Modess Regular 39R' BLUE-BONNETT
Oleo/ 16 25*

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Dressing Qt. 39t Whole KernaJ Corn 3-4SP

CHICKEN OF THE SEA-/z SIZE CAN GREEN GIANT-303 CAN
Chunk Style Tuna 4 $1 Cream Corn 3 for 491

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WHITE CHOCOLATE YELLOW 3 PACKS 46 OUNCE CAN
Pillsbury Cake Mixes $1 Hawaiian Punch 3 for $1

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How can Christian unity be I
Places achieved? Two recent news
. articles may throw some lighton
this subject. One concernedthe ,
comments of a clergymanat
Things a roundtable discussion. He I
. said, "We have one faith. one

--"-'-"- -.-. --#..- _-- ._. "_ "_.r.._...,""",._.,. _<#'.,-#."',.,.....,...__'_,,_-..-#___.. I hope, must one God remember. . we as that clergymen the. ,

PEOPLE trot its to the public's ; great swell of unity must come I
SOME OF OUR "Big" folk fancy! way from our laymen, the grass .............. --. ,. ... I
roots level." II)' ALBK11T. COOKE
can really think small! I I '
The scholarly, erudite minis- SPEAKING OP Twe wonder The second article, referring WHAT IH LOVE? our love? I say it I is because I
ter and representative in Con if 'you ever had the experience to the merger of two denominations Ask me what is love? Go love does not stay where it can- '
gress from New York, Rev. ',' of sitting down to an even stressed a curriculum ahead, ask me. "What Is Love?" not be free. Freedom. of action
Adam Clayton Powell, told his I I' ing's gourmet's delight only to based on the premise that faithis Love is n desire which generates and thought It must have. Those
parishioners on Sunday not to have a commercial come on try. a matter of Individual: belief, all energy. Love Is a force who possess it often lose it because -
exchange Christmas and that one cannot Just believe that gives meaning to life Loveis In "
gifts this Ing to sell cough syrup, mouth their effort to have
Yuletide because "Santa Claus wash or some hay fever char what his grandfather believed. both creation and creator. It more of it they attempt to shutit
'is the White Man's invention!" acter sneezing all the TV screen. lie must believe for himself gave impetus to the creation in.
Ugh! These commercials should through his own study and In- and inspiration to the creator. They would imprison love for
He asked his worshippers if come on with the late show or vestigation.The Call love compliments, concord, their own pleasure. (
they have ever seen a Black first'ltem reveals the layman's 4
in the evening on those tear- friendship or it
Claus? We wonder if the good jerkers, like The World Turns, role as the harbinger of does not benevolenceh Ing Love is for the private pleasure -
Rev., who is six and a half daysof John's Other Woman etc. unity, and the second item is a which matters is that you know of no one, not even gods.It .
the week a "white" man concrete example of how lay- that love is God transferred Is not to b\3 locked in.. It
and is only "colored" when he men of different denominationsmay through many tangible and Intangible .- must) remain ifreo always. Thisis I
fills his pulpit on Sundays, has Holley Attends unite. media because there is only one love I
ever seen a "white Santa When man seeks for himself] and everything that is must
I
Claus?" casting off preconceived ideas Love seems sometimes violent share it. Love is the thing whichis
Recreation Congress I handed down from generationto cheap, vulgar, humble and common to ever)"thlng. It
We thought everyone knew generation, he will be able to wicked, but it never really Is. must be in anything that exists.
that Santa Claus is only a spiritof Selected to attend the 45th see the similarities, not only of It seems more troublesome than Those who try to keep it for
Christmas and of giving. annual Recreation Congress be. the various denominations; but anything imaginable. Yet it Is "self" lose! it. This is why Lucifer -
and his rolly-poly face could be ing held in St. Louis Mo., is Joe other religions as well. When passionate, delightful, beautiful fell from heaven. Even
painted ebony-hued if we jeal- Nathan Holley, Center DirectorII mankind as a whole goes thru and pleasing. Love is rabid, God does not keep It for himself, I
ously wanted to have a black of the Dade County Park this process, we will be readyto frenzied, exciting. Yet it is calmer If He did lIe would cease to be '
Santa. and Recreation DepartmentMr. become that one fold of which I than a sea could ever be. LoveIs God. \
Holley was granted a Jesus spoke sensitive. It Is It I
aphrodisiac. Love I is music. Love t Is tho sun!
Shame on you, Mr. Powell! I two week leave of absence from 'The Christian laymen must transcends the spirit and moves i I Love is the universe!
And to to think that you have the Department in order that find that love for his brother it closer to God. Love is God. I
Santa gifting you 12 months ''he might attend this vital con Christians, which seems to have Ask me what came fIt, love
and some friends to skitter gress. waxed cold because of the difference Love I is! endless. It spreads} infinitely or God? Go ahead ask me.
hither and yon. over the globefor in creed and ritual before in all directions It's conS "What came first love or God."
gratis! At the congress will be dedicated he can love nIl ninicind.One I, tinuous spirit engulfs all, but Love came first.:: Love I is the
people throughout the of the pastors involved in Its unlimited fullness penetrate.. creator of God. God is God because
country who believe in the important the denominational I re. few It has a musical quality in lIe is love.-Cousin.
WIIIj SOMEONE: tell Ut! just and human values of merger that it surrounds: everything.
marked 1 is Christian love
what is "hoot nanny"? recreation. Further, the congress binds t .;w'"yJQl;, r."Q9 1V'u 9I.1fu';
This of music that us together rather Many people can enjoy it atone
type songs and will IA a showplace of recrea- I
dance is beginning to latch onto tion where the newest equip-- than dogmatic doctrine. time. And like music it is REAL ESTATE
the American entertainment. ment and! supplies will be Dogmatic doctrines form the forever playing the heart stringsof INVESTMENTAPPRAISALS
scene. It seems to be a mixtureof shown. walls which separate Christlnmiand only a precious few. Love Is
folks songs, and old time spirituals personal Investigation of eternal.
like: "I'll Have a Home Joe, as he is known to mostof Christ's teachings:: by laymen J. A. Summons
in That Rock." The music is us, is Center Director in should enable them to crumble We say of music it is beautifulas
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lilting, sometimes at a fast tempo charge of the Poinciana and walls. Through direct approachto we listen often we get strange
sometimes slow and some- James E. Scott areas. A hard the Gospel, men will become sensations. That's Just like love.It Miami 42, Flo.
times raucous, but always slap- worker and fervent advocate of Christ's disciples, for they will, stirs us and makes us experience NE
happy.We good wholesome recreation is through their own efforts, be en. many different emo- 46875Imlf
what best describes Joe's ambi- abled to love one another ns lIe tions.
viewed, a nationally tele- tion to supply his staff and par- loved them. (John 13:31-35.: ) Ask me how it is that wo lose .2..
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8 p.m. In the school auditoriumin musical) and the senior class now opened at new low
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA. I Real Estate 3 Negroes, 4 Cubans

PAGE 10 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 19G3 Brokers Meet
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The 16th annual conventionof Get Narcotics Rap
the National Association of
Reverse School' Integration Fails Real Estate Brokers met in BOUND OVER TO dope case. He was rearrestedand
Chicago Aug. 25-29. The home released under his old
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I Mrs. Yvonne ruts, 20, a for the meeting was the famous bond.
white woman who enrolled her Sherman Hotel. GRAND JURYSeven The chain of events which
six-year-old son In a previously The local board was repre-
of the
led to the arrest seven
all-Negro school in North sented by the president, Rudolph persons were arrested started 14 when Na-
Little Rock, Ark., two weeks } Pullom)) the executive charged with traffic in narcoticsand on Sept.
ago, said she has quit the I' secretary, Miss\ E. C. Thomas Wound: over to the grand Ing rona charge was stoppeu in Hialeah on, a and speed-was
NAACP because it failed to and Sonny Wright. The total jury Wednesday under heavy found to have 9V4 pounds of
back her caus +. number of delegates from the bonds.
, On Sept. 5, Steven FItts was state of Florida were seven cocaine in the trunk of his ea:.
who allegedly
Four Cuban refugees < -
enrolled at McAlmont Elementary the largest number to meet in
went to the
dealt in cocaine and Narcotics; agents
School, Just northeast of the national since the organization
Negroes who bought and Diaz home where
North Little Hock. of board. three they uncovered -
She joined the NAACP about The convention' proved to be sold heroin, made up the num- a half pound of foil-wrapped

three months ago and attendedthe most instructive and informa- ber. cocaine under a bathtub.
march on Washington 1 last tive as well as entertaining. Ramon Diaz, 45, his wife I
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month, Mrs. Fitts said. Many members of the association Maria and their 18yearoldson l .r .UJI rJ'TJY'Jr.'t..JT'Y.y The NAACP, she said, prom. and visitors from the four Orestes were held under
Ised to provide her with protection corners of the United States $55,000 in bonds. HANNAH MOTELDAY
and "If I rrn1' "I counsel I : l and: ) played an acuve part on the
ci ryas t. did not keep the promise.; : program Besides the Interesting Frolian Narona, 35, their friend
"1 am not angry about it," meetings the delegates Kept and alleged dealer in the racket, WEEK OR
she said. "It's just that they well occupied attending many was placed under a $25,000 OVERNIGHT ROOMS
made promises and should have elaborate social affairs. Chicago bond.
Kept them, I'll stick to the PTA spared no pains In l keeping the
rom now on." visitors busy. Shopping tours, The Negroes bound over under 631-45 NW 32nd St.
bond each
$15,000 were
sight-seeing tours, fashion
Mrs. Fitts, whose house has shows, banquets etc., avoided Henry J. Harris, 22, and An- Phone 635-4643
Wen hit by stones and eggs even one dull moment duringthe drew Henry Woods, 30, of 1000
New Minister is :ince she sent her son to Mc entire week. NW G3rd St. They were allegedto Lovett Hutcheson, Mgr.
Almont, said the boy will remain have bought 18 grams of
Naval Service at the school for the After a most inspiring and heroin from Phillip Roker, who indf
..... school year, but will enroll ata enjoyable week in Chicago, the was free on bond in another .ir.JY..n.JY.JY.J"IJ'JTJTJ'I''Jt"U"JY':: : .JYJ"I J"I If.;Y..lYJI'
Retiree parochial school next fall, because local delegation took various
It would provide trans- routes to other points before
This letter from the Secre- portation for the first time. Shes theIr return to Miami. Mr. Pul- = GiFtS TO All WITH COUPON XKKEBCE
a Roman Catholic. om left for Alaska, Mr.\ Wright SR-22 FILLED
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ment by Admiral C. L. C. Atke- record is characterized l/y: faith. Miss\ Thomas chose Detroit and !! !!! EASY TERMS
son, Commanding Officer of U. fulness and devotion to duty. Canada. While in Detroit, Miss !! !!!i4s atNlWAl MIVIMWIS
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that you plan to retire from the your services, loyalty, and Centennial Emancipation address -
Federal service on 31 October cooperation, and praising your at King Solomon Baptist
1953, after having completedmore versatility: your skill in wharf Church during the National
than forty years of civilian construction and your ability as Baptist Convention.The .
service with tho United a leader of men. Throughoutyour delegates report quite a
States Navy at QuantanamoBay employment, your work contrast in the climate there, MEN'S WEAR
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Your record has been one of You have every reason to be necessity.All .
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lights of your career. Your first my appreciation for your long to attend the Dade County
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EBENEZER METHODIST THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA. I
Rev. A. D Hall minister I

E. Ingram, reporter SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1963 PAGE, 11
1 Sunday will be the observance __ I
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World-Wide Communion, expressing NEW BETHEL BAPTIST WEST INDIAN CATHOLIC
emphasis in achieving
a oneness in Christ through 1571 NW 68th Terrace 3020 NW. both St ._
sharing as well as receiving. We Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor Dean N. A. Derrick, OSB
are inviting families and friends I Deacon Fred Williams reporter Beginning Oct. 0. services
I to worship with us throughout The Lord is in Ills holy will be as follows: Low Mass, I

the day. temple, let the whole earth keep 8 a.m.; Sunday School, 3 p.m.;
silent before Him. Vespers, 7:30: p.m.
The women of the church met Other services will be announced -
and organized for Woman's Day Last Sunday the services for at a later date.
with Mrs. Eloise S. Johnson, the day and night were most You are cordially Invited to
chairman; Mrs. Eloise J. Rolle, inspiring and uplifting. Rev. E. attend these services, which I
co-chairman; and Mrs. Cather- Williams preached a wonderful will be conducted by the Very
ine Mooney, co-chairman. More sermon and the whole churchwas Rev Dean N A Derrick, pastor
than 10 ladies have been namedas made to feel 'glad. The spirit and founder,' who resigned from
captains. Great and many was very high. the American Catholic Church
plans have been made, in working recently.
toward a date which will be The No. 1 choir will render I
announced later the music on this Sunday. :
I ZION HOPE BAPTIST
On last Sunday, we were hap- The pastor, officers and mem.
py to have as our guest the John tiers of the church are very 6129 NW 17th Avenue

First Fellowship Of Griffin Post of the American proud of the beautiful new Rev Paul Freeman, pastor
Day Legion, Mr. Robert Clark, com- choir stand and pulpit. We had a wonderful time
mander, along with their Please remember and
:auxiliary you throughout the
Mrs. Mamie yours are always welcome day Sunday. The
Progressive Montgomery, to
Chanter morning
No. 29-A with message was brought
president. The Senior Twilight worship us to us by the a visiting minister
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The
Patron, officers and members of kenson, W.M. Mae Pinder president whois .md shut-ins. evening message was by
Progressive : Rev. Andrew Jackson.
Chapter No. 29-A.
a member of the church.
Order of Eastern Star of Pride of Copeland No. 130, The No. 1 choir is in charge I

Brownsville, Fla., wish to take Copeland, Fla., Mrs. Mary Roberts Let us not forget to pray for THE INCARNATION of the kitchen on Saturday and
this method to thank our many WM. and visit the sick and shut-ins. Rev. Sunday. The public is invited to
Theodore
friends for making our Fellow. The Golden Glee Circle will Rev Jones, vicar stop by and help us to make
H.
ship Day a great success and a We were very happy to have have charge of class meeting E. S. Reeves, deacon this sale a success.:
job well done and special thanksto present one of our past grand on Tuesday night. Last Sunday nt the 8 a.m. ser We arc praying for our sick
international vice the class and shut-ins.
our master of ceremonies officers and hus- recently confirm.
Rev Lester Albert of the Albert band with us, Mrs. Gladys ed by the Rt Rev. James Dun-
Funeral Home for taking- Ricker, past international grand ST. PAUL A. M. E. can made its first corporate SALTERS

time out to be with us. It was an deputy and past grand matronof Rev. T. C. Kelley Jr., pastor communion. CHAPEL AME
Rev.
the state of Pennsylvania.And Mrs Lea Cray reporter II. J. Benson, pastor
honor. We deeply appreciate the Following the service the Klossle Marshall
presence and donations from the thanks to our many Our Sunday service was inspiring group enjoyed breakfast at the The reporter
various chapters all over the friends and neighbors for their beginning with Sunday vicarage as guests of Fr. nnd first Missionaries held their
School. The lesson "The Life of Mrs. Theodore program at 3 with
state of Florida. presence in helping to make Jones.In Mrs p.m.
Maggie
this Faith, was reviewed by Rev Norwood as the
The chapters are: day a success. W. M. Ford.. the afternoon the Sacred speaker. A wonderful time was

Queen Williams, 173, Jacksonville The worthy matron and worthy The Missionaries were !in Heart Chapter of the Episcopal Mrs.had, under the supervision of
Mrs. Opal M. Patee, W. patron of Progressive Chap charge of the regular service Churchwomen presented our Claudia H. J. Benson and Mrs.
M. ter No. 29-A wish to thank their The speaker for the morningwas organist, Charles If. Jones, in a The Roberson president
Victoria Ward Chapter, -80, fleers'and members for beingso Mrs. Willie M. Denson She musical concert that was enJoyed rendered pastor and congregation

Miami, Mrs. Irene Pratt Wilder, loyal in helping to make this used for a"subject, "The Powerin friends.by our members and Hermon AME an\ after service at Mt.
Church
W.M. fellowship day a success. May Prayer Every heart was Don't
St. Arthur Chapter No. 141, God bless each of you. We touched. The missionary ladies Among items on the this week.forget All to visit the sick
Miami, Mrs. Irene Harrison, thank the grand worthy matron furnished the music, collection wero selections program visitors arc wel-
from Bach come at Salter's
W.M. Mrs. C B. Nelson Daniels of the for the morning was $53. Vierne, Verdi Bra ham and other, Chapel!,

Charily Chapter No. 100, Deer State of Florida for her blessing At 3:30:: p.m. the No. 2 usher composers, also' folk songs and
field, Mrs. Ruth Nixon, W.M. that she left with us. board celebrated its anniversary spirituals TRANSFIGURATION
Valentine Chapter No. 14, with Rev. William H. Washington -
West Palm Beach, Mrs. M. L. Mrs. Viola 1111V.. M. and delivering the sermon. His The Revs Theodore Jones (Episcopal)
BeaufordV.M.. Grand Associate Matron Stateof subject was, "I Had Rather be and H. E S. Reeves, his assistant Fr, Ellsha S. Clarke Jr., vicar

Carver Chapter No. 103, Miami Florida: George Rosser, W. P.; 'Doorkeeper in the House of left last Mondav mornlno Sunday:.! Matins..... nlnnH'.. e... ...
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tary; Mrs. Clarice Carnegay, tents of the wicked." where Church ;
New Providence Chapter OfX! they attended the Clergy School, 10:30: a.m. The
program chairman. The evening message was delivered Conference. Returning St Veronica's
Miami, Mrs. Rosa Lee Johnson, on ChUIter will havo
W. M.East. by Rev Crowell. It was Thursday afternoon. its monthly tonight at
Light Chapter No 199 enjoyed vy all. the home of Mrs Lillian
Visit St. Paul the Plans are now being made for 2515 m1thl
friendly NW 102nd
Perrlne, Mrs. Etta Young, W.M GRACE PRESBYTERIAN church our annual States Tea Altho St nt 8 .
Mary Washington Chapter, "Behold I stand at the door you are always welcome. not all 50 states were members arc urged to DO pros
and
represented ent
No. 179, Jacksonville, Mrs. Abraham voice and open the doorI I will last year, the tea was Lewis chairman.on time. Mrs. J a n e
,
Johnson, W.. M. come in to him, n sup MT. HERMON A.M.E. I quite a success. This year we The Altar
Guild
Morning Star Lodge: No. 22, I!with him and he with me." Rev. Rev. S L. Gay, pastor are hoping all CO states will be corporate communion will have ltd

Miami, Mrs. Lillian Scott, W.M. 3:20.: this will be the text of our We are nearIng another great represented and that the results day morning. Mrs. Olive on Ponder Sun-
Progressive Court No. 44, morning" sermon.: "The Waiting celebration in the history of our will be even hotter than directress ,

Heroines of Jericho, Browns Guest! church. On Sunday, Oct. 13 we I last year. The St. Mary's Chapter will

ville, Mrs. Leola Thompson, Let us make special effort to will observe our sixth annual Don't be a leaner join the have its monthly meeting on
M. A. M., Brother K. E. Woods, attend our morning communion I Women's Day. The pastor and lifters group. Sunday at the home of 1\11'14.

Joshua. service and also our 7:30: evening the members all have vowed Dorothy Tynes, 2181 Rutland :St
Emerald Chapter No. G9, MI- devotions. that this is to be the greatestever at 5 p.m. All members arc urg-
ami. Mrs. Vera E. Smith. W.M held at Mt. Hermon. And TEMPLE BAPTISTRev. ed to be present and on time.
Pride of HIaleah Chapter No. Last Sunday morning a very well should it be. We are now Mrs. Rorl.s Johnson, chairman.
01, Hialeah. Mrs. Gertrude Lat- fine staff of Sunday Church in our spacious new edifice with L. A. Thompson, pastor On Sunday morning the following -
timoreV M. School workers were rededicated many added facllties such as our Baptism will lie administered Builds were installed l:
Pride of Opa-Locka Chapter to another year of service spacious dining and kitchen during the morning service The Hospitality Committee,
No. 30, Mrs. Mary Monroe, W.M. and progress. In the evening, area. In times past we have had Sunday and the Lord's Supperat president Mrs. Sybil) Furnuhar-
Progressive Blue Lodge No. Elder Eddie Edwards was hon- many of our friends and well both services. The choirs son, Madamen: .la no Lewis,
510, Brownsville Brother. M. ored, for he was the first Sun- wishers to come and only had will sing Jointly Maudo Moncur and Alice Har
Tynes, Worshipful Master. day School superintendent of to go away because there Just ) rison members, and the Ushers
Pride of Hollywood Chapter Grace Presbyterian. We owe so wasn't enough room to accomo- This week the women's Guild; president, Eugene Dun-
No. 143, West Hollywood, Mrs. mnnVi' tn nnr nlnnoerlnir-- members I datte them. But now we are I chorus for Woman's Day was combo, Ebene/er< Kdwards.; IMr-.
Earlie M. Brown, W.M. who--ha guided< < the happy to say that this year I organized with Mrs V.Ctrf':: '_ rv Nahhlotfmanuel n'It'n1t1-'" .X11/nh.h...........;. Uti"n...I
Inez Boyer Chapter No. 182, younger adult memtters into there is room enough for all. chan as chairman.: They say that Hlggs..
West Hollywood, Mrs. Lucile greater service. Surely you will find it's Just last year's group was good, but The Episcopal Churchmenurge
Lewis W.M. such a comfort to be with us they want it to bo better strongly that you supportour
month togo
There is only one
No. 87 Richmond that day. Church's Paper Drive
Bethune Chapter before anniversary week. The Woman's Day committee Please
Mrs. Carrie Jackson The ladles have all out bring all old newspap
Heights, member attend gone will "straw
Let every sponsor a ride" on ers, magazines, card boards
W.M. to bring to you this year a complete or
church and work to help us Friday, Oct. Jl 1 Transportationwill
scrap to service
Mt. Sinai Chapter No. 780, reach our alms. and different program. leave the church at 7:30: Sunday paper morning. If ever
Miami, Mrs. Bell White, W. M. Watch this paper on next pm Donation $1.00. Chairman desired n
48 Miami week for the announcement of please call Anthony
Hill Chapter No. Mrs. L. Williams and cochairman
Mrs. W.M. the chairladies and our guest Simons, 021-1H21, Harold Mitch
Ellen Taylor DOOR
CHURCH OF OPEN Mrs. L. M. Colebrook ell
expect NA 1-800-1! or Ebenezer Edwards
and others who
speakers
Viola No. 109 Day- many
Chapter every member and friend
McDowell
Rev. H. C. pastorA. will appear on the well NA 1-7200. This Is a
pre- to help in this
E. McNeal, reporter pared program.We effort continuous drive therefore we

NEW HOPE BAPTISTRev. After enjoying going to morning are hoping to see you on will/. receive paper I. weekly. ,
services at {9 a.m. during the Sunday, Oct. 13, beginning at FRIENDSHIP M. BAPTISTRev.

W. E. Sims pastorA. summer months, we are now 9:30: In Sunday School. We solicit J. E. Jenkins, pastor MT. TABOR
with
back to regular routine the of all, that God
.. L. Stephens, reporter o'clock. prayers Ruby Lee Carr, reporter
Last Sunday services were morning services at 11 will continually crown our efforts Sunday mnrnlnn' nit. onmrlnnwas Rev. P. S. Brown, minister

very enjoyable. Sunday night's All of reminded our members of the and change.We friendsare with success. conducted by our"own l"'Rev Miss Dcsftle Crockett, reporter

Musical Feast was very success I Stanley Johnson delivering the Sunday we, the Mt Tabor
ful, and we wish to thank every- are still in the process of MT. CARMEL BAPTIST morning sermon and Rev. 0. family, were honored to have
one who appeared on the pro- getting our plans together to I Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor Taylor, a member of Jordan vlflltlng with us, Rov. E. C. TI11-
gram. A special thanks to our Begin our new church at an Mrs. Odessa W. Williams Grove delivering the evening man president of the District
visiting guests, the Southland early date. There was a meetIng sermon as our pastor was attending Sunday School and BTU Con-
Singers and the Heavenly Stare at the church Thursday Great is the Lord, and greatly the union meeting. Our gress who delivered the morning -
night to complete plans for the to be praised in the city of pastor will deliver Itoth ser- message during tho absence
Let us not forget some of the I starting date. our God, in the mountain of His mons Sunday. We regret to announce of our pastor. .
coming events: Tuesday, Oct. 15: ht>lIness. Psalm 48:1.: the death of one of our The text was taken from thP-
Is Talent Night; Friday, Oct. 18, Last Sunday Circle No. 2 was God bless our moderator for pioneer members, Sister Annie message, "Upon this rock I will
Rev. W. M. Bouyer will preach. in charge of Women's Fellow such a splendid message, and Smith Levin sister of the late I build church", subject, "God
This Saturday dinners will be ship and had a very interesting we are yet praising God for the Rev. John I. Ross. Service Sat- Church.' The sermon 'was inspiring
sold at the church. program and panel discussion ears to listen to his words that urday at .m.. She served as well as!' edifying for
Communion will centered around the civil rights was sent out thru his messenger.We faithfully until her illness a few the congregation.
Our regular membersare question and the March on will continue to pray for our months ago. She will be missed Remember' our pastor and all
be Sunday night. All Washington. :Mrs. Rudolph Le- leaders as they tell us the storyof Our deepest sympathy is extended bereaved families and, the sick
asked to please attend ser- varlty who participated in the Jesus. to the family. and fhut-lna! in prayer.
We
the day.
vices throughout moderator. Bible Class each Tuesday at Everybody from everywhere
are continuing In .prayer for march was 7 p.m.; Prayer meeting Tuesdayat Our prayers are with the sick is always welcome to worship
our sick and shut-in. Visitorsare Friends are always welcomeat 8 p.m. Remember the sick and and those who are in distress. at Mt. Tabor starting with Sunday -

with always us. welcome to worship the Church of the Open Door. shut-in in your prayer Visitors are always welcome. School at 0:30: a.m.







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PAGE 12 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1963 I George E. Knowles and the Charles Barlow of 1658 NW DEATHS
entire family of the late,
.. 5th Court died Sept. 27th at .
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a Jackson Memorial Hospital. He
III ''Ypr+, had been living in Miami\ only
,
Deaths At
Francis
CARDS ... MEMORIALS F seven weeks before his death.
His survivors include his wife, Funeral HomeJacob
Aurlce nine sons and daughters,

five sisters, including Mable of Rolle off 2035 N.W. Gth

I CARD OF THANKS: CARD OF THANKS c Miami Hartford Final, Connecticutt.rites were held in Place died Sept. 28th at Jackson -
Memorial Hospital. Funeral
'
Earnest Major j and family *
The family of the late, I II II services will be held Sat. Oct.
the late, I
MARY COLLINS DANIELSwho Mrs. Effie Barksdale of 401 5th, 2:00: P.M. at St. Mary's
was a victim of an auto NW 11th Street died at Jackson Wesleyan Methodist Church with

accident Sept. 9, wish to express i I Memorial Hospital on Sept. 26th Rev H. V. Stewart, pastor of-
1 thanks and appreciation from She had been a resident of ficiating. Remains will He in
our many friends and neigh- Miami for more than 30 years state at Francis Funeral Home
bors for cards, telegrams, flow- She is survived by one sister Chapel beginning 5:00: P.M. on
ers and all kindness during our Chicago, two neices, Mrs. Friday until 11 p.m.
bereavement. We especially Evelyn Hollman and Mrs. Annie Remains will lie In repose at
thank the House of Albert. Jean Poole, one slster-ln-la\v, turday until funeral time.
Mrs. Jessie Mae Suitt; six Grand turday until funeral time Sat.
Mrs. Girtrue Collins mother
Miss Robin Daniels,, Dght. neices and nephews and a, ,devoted Survivors include his wife;
friend Bubba Blake.I I Rachel Charles and
Johnnie and Michael\ ; two sons,
a ) ,
\Villard, a daughter, Mrs. EVe-
brothers 1f'1 Funeral Services were heldon lyn Culmer, a sister Mrs. Mar-
Wednesday, Oct. 2nd at 3:00: garet Fernander.
PM at Range Memorial Chapel. *
LENNAX F. KNOWLES
CARD OF THANKSThe I express a deep sense of grati- Mrs.\ Annie Smith of 1G09
tude to all whose acts of kind- ---- ----. N.W. 1st Place died Sept. 29th,

family of the lateT. ness helped) to soften the blow at Kendall Hospital. Funeral
J. STAFFORD I of their loss To the many who service will be held on Sat.
.vlsh to express their sincere sent cards, telegrams, floral remembrances i Oct. 5th, 3:00: P.M. at Friendship
thanks to the many friends and letters, calls and Missionary Baptist Church witn
for their various acts of kind- gave their presence and time Rev. J. E. Jenkins pastor offica-
r ness during their recent be- we say thanks. I I.n ting Remains will lie In stateat
reavement. We especially thank Harlem Francis Funeral Home Chapel
and Magic City Association for beginning 6:00: P.M. on Friday
JANIE MAE MAJOR Thanks for the cards, flowers their presence and acts of kind until funeral time Sat. after
of grati- nnd: telegrams. Special thanks'ness, Rev. Howard Demeritte noon. Survivors Include 1 son;
tude express to all a deep whose sense acts of kindness ,o neighbors of Hollywood and I for officiating Also the Bain's I Theodore 1 sister; Mrs. Mary B.

helped to soften the blow1 tanla, also a special thanks to Funeral Home for services rendered Carr; 1 granddaughter; Mrs.
I Rev Green and Mr\ Stevens and L Annie Mae James.
of their loss. To the who
many ils staff of Stevens Funeral All of your acts and prayers ,' *
cards floral remembrances
sent ,
lome Hallandalc. afforded the
us strength to endure -
calls and gave their presenceand during this trying hour of Mrs.\ Catherine Powell of 15GO
time we say thanks. A :Mrs Ellen Stafford bereavement Again thanks to N.W 71st Street died Sept. 25th
special thanks to Prince H. And Family I all and may God bless each and at her home. Funeral services

ters Mobley and and the the House staff of of mIniS-I everyone of you. ry'$:. .;?. were held Tuesday Oct. 1st. 330:
with Rev.
P.M. at Kelly's Chapel

All your prayers, services and CARD O THANKSThe CARD OF THANKSThe i Cambridge, pastor officiating.
kindness gave us strength to I .., Survivors include 2 daughters;
endure. God bless each of you. family the late family of the )late, Mrs. Corrine Cooks and Mr*.
MRS CATHERINE O. JONES w . Janette Davis; 1 son; Thomas;
wish to thank their many .___ _.__ ____-...--.-tra.n.A I 1 brother; Edgar Hunter
friends for the cards, letters, *
CARD
OF THANKSMaude a Arthur Aranha
telegrams, flowers and wordsof Mrs Lizzie Bain of 1310 N.W.
Newbold and the family r sympathy sent during their
r 63rd Terrace died Sept. 27th at
of the late, bereavement. Special thanks to Services SaturdayArthur Jackson Memorial Hospital.
MAE ALICE TINES IIINES; House of Albert and It? efficient Funeral services were held

who passed September 8, wish co-workers for the wonderful Aranha, popular figure : Wednesday Oct. 2nd, 4:00: P.M.
to express thanks and appreciation services rendered by in :Miami and Richmond I at St. John Baptist Church with
to their many friends and them. May God bless and l keep Heights and member of a pioneer Rev. Hhedford Johnson, pas-
neighbors for cards, telegrams each of you Is our prayer. Miami\ family died In the tor officiating. Following funeral -
and all acts of kindness S10Wlldurin The Families, Veteran's Admlnstratlon hospital services remains were ship-

<< their bereavement. Jones and Potter In Coral Gables on Sept. ped to Coleman, Georgia for
They especially want to thank: {,Y 28. burial. Survivors include a
the Rev. G. H. Knowles" the u'! ?! MEMORIAMIn niece; Mrs. Sally Ray.
members of the Church o' God Arthur, who had been ill for *
of Deerfield Beach, St. Mary memory of our beloved over a year, Is survived by a Mrs. Irene Maxwell of 209
Episcopal Church, the American mother and wife, wife, Thelma, a son Arnold, a
N.W. 6th Street died her
at
Legion members of the ?i ALEXZINA PINCKNEYwho daughter, Janice, two grand
Glenn Miller Post and Poltier departed this )life October chi 1 d r e n, two sisters, Mrs\ home on Sept. 21th. Funeral
Funeral Home for their warm 13, 1913 Margurlte Matthews and Mrs.\ services were held WednesdayOct.
and friendly services and flow- "While you shed a tear for the India Wyche; two brothers, Fredof 2nd 12 o'clock in the chapel -
dead, Washington, DC. and with Rev. Aaron D. Hall offi-

ers.Thank you, Iri .. Determine to shed light on the I Charles; several nieces and catlng. Survivors Include her
Maude Newbold pathway of the living nephews. Services will be held husband; Johnny.

For death's but a path that must I Saturday at 4 p.m. In the Range
be trod, :Memorial Chapel with Father

I IN MEMORIAMIn F,' I JOHN (Johnny) HARVEYwho If man would) ever pass to Gad." Theodore Gibson officiating. I I Albert . .

was killed In an automobile Harrison Pinckney Sr., II I I Funeral services for Willie
of
loving our husband
memory 1
accident the James Prince 2190
early on morn- NW 155th St.
darling father and husl/and, :Marguerite Hart and

_.___....__.......___..._. u.... d ..d..d..___._........__d.dU. ing of September 3, wish to ex Vernell Walker, daughters CARD OF THANKSMrs. who died Sept. 27 will be con-
a p 3 y -w+Mi press our manifold thanks. Harrison Pinckney Jr. ducted Saturday, 2 pm. at
son Lizzie H. Pope and fam- Israel Bethel Primitive Baptist
Cars, telegrams, floral pieces, ily of the late, Church, Rev P. D Brantley,
letters of condolence, purses I CARD OF THANKS WALLACE POPE pastor. His survivors include a

1 Items of food, gifts and many wish to acknowledge their ap wife, Elease; parents, a brother,
kindnesses The
other family of the late
were t truly I predation for the kindness and Carl, a sister, Mrs. Debris. Schly
bereave- :MARK PETER DAVIS
numerous during our
: sympathy shown during her and a foster daughter.
ment. wish to express their sincere
recent bereavement. Thanksfor
;
thanks to the many friends and
the cards, telegrams and
These kind expressions and
neighbors for the cards flowers
flowers received from the Services for :Mrs Cora Allen,
:houghtfulness of our many telegrams and condolences during many
15025 NW 158th St. mother
of
rIends will continue to m a k e their hour of bereavement. I friends. Special thanks to Rev
Mrs. Corlne Miller and Mrs.
D. A. of
bereavement bear- Bradley pastor Mt
our more
t.Y' i@Qyy'b
Special thanks to Range Funeral
Sinai Church and the Claudia Level, who died at home
Baptist
y able. Home and its staff, special'
+ Sept. 26 were held Wednesdayat
We especially want to thank thanks to Rev O. W. Foster Longshoremen. First Baptist Church of

the Oscar L. Range Funeral and his co-workers. May the Bunche Park, Rev. W. J. Ma-
Home for its warm and friendly Lord bless all of you. Expression of ThanksThe con, pastor. Other survivors area
1 11 t y.IFM service; Rev. Macon and the Dora Davis, wife brother, a sister
And Children family of the late
congregation of First Baptist
Special thanks to Rev Topley MRS. IRENE BROWN
Church In Opa-locka, Rev. Han-
ner and choir of St. Mary's Baptist and his co-workers. I II of Hallandale, who departed this James Enright, a Mlamlan for
Church in Coconut Grove, life Sept. 21, with an expressionof 42 ;year, who resided at 1624
YlI the owners and staff of Waldron I IN r MEMORIAM I thanks and deep appreciationwish NW 60th St., died at home Sept.
Tire Co. and all relatives together to express gratitude to all 30 Services will be conducted
I with friends from out of In loving memory of our dear the loyal friends of the family, Saturday at1:30: pm. at Mt.
town who attended the service. mother, grandmother and sis- members of Mt.\ Tabor Baptist-' Carmel Baptist Church, Rev.
THEODonEROOSEVELTCARNEGAY t"er, Church and especially Mrs D. A. Bradley pastor. Amon!?
May the Lord bless and keep I LEANORA WATKINSwho 1 Isabelle Blue and Roscoe Speed, his survivors 'are his' widow:

who died two each ,of you.Marvolene. departed this life September ministers of music and mem- Eubie, a sister of Ocean Drive,
years ago today.A 30, and was burled Oct. 5, bers of the choirs and ushers S. C. and a step daughter, Mrs.
,/happy ,,home we once enjoyed |Iaryey, wife 1952. likewise who served so faithfully. Bessie Dowdell.

How sweet the'memory still Jenorrid Harvey, son May she rest In peace and Please know that your kind
But death has left loneliness'
The world a fill Ermalene Cunningham, may light perpetual shine upon expressions of sympathy, your George W. Mingo, 345 NW 13th
can
.i, never daughter, her. donated services and acts of St., died Sept. 23. Chapel ser-
No one knows how much we Brothers: The Family I kindness and prayers were cer- vices were he'd Sept. 28 with
10\\ miss you. Dennis Harvey Jr., tainly a source of strength and Rev. F. L. Smith oficiating. Mrs.
No one knows the bitter pain Plant City Fla. solace in our time of bereave- Elizabeth Gibson, niece and
I We have suffered since we lost Rubin Harvey, New York I IN MEMORIAMIn ment.. To the House of Albert j I :Mrs. Julia Heywood, cousin,
you, Thomas Harvey, Madison loving memory of our dear and kind, efficient staff, we are survive
Life has never been the same Sisters: son and brother most grateful for a service well

In our hearts your memory Gussie Richardson, LEROY ARMSTERwho done. God bless you.
'1 lingers Brownsville departed this life September Lonnie Williams Jr., 190 NW
I. Sweetly, tender, fond and true, Essie Mae .Smith, 30, 1959. The Brown 'Family 16th St., died Sept. 24 and was
a;;. There's not a day, dear father, Coconut Grove Sleep on dear son and take Rev. B. T. Brown, funeralized Sept. 30 from New

That we do not think of you. Christine Morgan\ your rest, Aurlene Harvey, Providence Baptist Church, .
I Sadly missed by wife, daughter Coconut Grove. We love you but God loved r you Verle Brown, Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor. He
(, and son, relatives and Bessie Roberts, Hialeah list Leteria Brown Is survived by a cousin, Eula
l friends. Annie Mae Gullo, New York The Armster Family Rev. P. S. Brown Mae Armstrong.THE .



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HOUSEHOLD furniture, sacrifice 3-bedroom 2 j
BEAUTY. ,
FOR SALE
-
used. Call JE 8-8139 or
G bath, Fla. hardwood
UN 6-4087 for appointment room, '
floors, stove and refrig., tile BeachNE
North Miami
: 2 STY .. zoned for roof, garage, FHA $.150 down,
$87 month Shell
Realty, 4260
business, suitable residence. NW 7 Aver 758-5551. 151st St. & 14th Ave.
Doctors, lawyers, office child'sday
nursery or other business. Ol'> SUNDAY 2-5. 1330 NW BRAND NEW
Pr. Sat and Sun. 631-0018. Can
arrange terms: A. L. Hudson, 38th home St. Beautiful, like new 2bedroomCBS hardwood 2 houses on each large lot
272 NW 57 St
floors, Fla. room, carporte, fence, 66 x 132 feet eaxh. Features
corner. Total only 11500. $350
LOT. 3261 NW 51 Terr. 60x125,
down, $77 month all. See
lot 20, block 5, section A. Semi- A. Ben-Korl Realtor pays, 714 NW 2 large bedrooms, den, kitchen

FOR RENT FOR SALEFHA hole easy lawn terms, $2,500 Mr. Bleley net, $400, 379-2811.down 02 4-3131.St., nltcs PL 9-5533, days PL living room, diningroom

2 STOltES. For information I
TERMS;', Nice 2bedroomCBS DUE TO ILLNESS utility room.
in elderly woman NICE 3-bedroom home. Only
contact manager apt. 29, G970. !
in Manor Park. sacrifice valuable income
NW 17 Ave. Front must $.t50 down, nice corner lot.
porch, carporte, large fenced property, including CBS Double carporto air' conditioned, I Phone PL 1.3604 ;
FURN. EFFICIENCY. $18' wk. yard, furnished, freshly }painted> home and store at 1187-89 NW heat, very good tfuy for $13,800,
4845 NW 1C Ave. See Mrs. Coleman Inside and out. Sea, at 1528 NW 51 St. By appointment, phone terms. See A. Den-Korl" Realtor Mr. Lear
43rd St. Key is at Life Realty, 531-6107. 711 NW G2 St. Nites PL 9-553S,
4932 NW 7 Ave. PL 9-4371 days PL 43131. ...-...... -..---..--...-..-..-.-..

3327 NW 69 St. 1-bedroom furn. Open evenings.. and Sunday. OWN YOUR OWN HOME. This Individual Ilon8il>ility And
CBS bldg. $20 week. QUALIFYING< ad worth $50 on purchase. Only Big edroomJ 2 bath home, The Aniorirmi Revolution For
Large $35 down and $15.50 week. You near 7th Ave. CBS, tile roof, Rights."
freshly painted 2-bedroom hardwood floors, Fla. room, extra -
can live in your own two bed-
2-I3EDROOM Furn. CBS ,
bldg. house, enclosed front porch, room party wall house In love- big kitchen: Ideal for big
$25 week. 3333 NW 69 St. is family, $150 down, total $ ,
separate utility house. Price ly Fort Lauderdale with full tile $13,700 Times ads don't cost
only $7,500, $250 down and $70 bath, beautiful kitchen cat/incts/ terms. See A. Ben-Korl, Realtor,
month. Key is at Life Realty, 711 NW 62 St. nites PL 9-5533: ,
3-BEDROOM 1< urn. bldg. $26 awning windows, many extras. They !
days PL 13431. pay
1932 NW 7 Ave. PL 9-4371. Open and in- ,
week. 3311 NW GO St. Call Mr. Pay cheaper taxes car
evenings and Sundays. Save this it is ::: ::: :. . .,.
Gross, 144-6126. Evenings HI surance. coupon, ;;: :: :: =::= .1
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8-2824. worth $50. Offer ends Oct. 25,
FULLY FURNISHED 3-bed. 1003.( While they last. Phone COUNCIL THRIFT
1-BEDIIOOM HOUSE completely rooms, enclosed front porch, 915-3022. SHOP
furnished, good surroundings. carporte, fenced yard, barbecue,
$15 per week. Apply at 1931 NW fruit trees, furniture and appli- [ HOUSE GOODS Box spring 5601 NW 7th Avenue
58 St. Ph. NE 5-8915.! ances are very nice. Price Is and: l mattress! $9.90, GE washer
only $9,500, $300 down and easy $35. Living room set $G4. Dresser : -
payments. See at 520 NW 50th $8.50. Give away prices,,
EVERYTHING
ROOM In private home for a FOR HOME AND FAMILY
middle age gentleman. OX St. Key Is at Life Realty, 4932 chairs tables, lamps, clothing
1-0425, 1473 NW 70 St. NW 7 Ave. PL 0-1371 Open Bargain! Corner, NE 2 Ave at
evenings and Sundays 59 St WE'VE 'GOT IT YOU NEED IT

FURNISHED APT, 1742 NW
NO CLOSING COSTS Nice 1-BEDROOM HOUSE furnished
52 St. NE 4-0127 NE 3-6283.<
or CBS 2-bedrooms, tile roof, gar- $18 per week. 7723 NW 8 Ct. 10 cents and up
age, appliances, enclosed front Phone Dixie Rental Agency
ROOM In nice home, private en porch. yard, bar- 633-2120. -c-:: :: =- -c ;. :::::::: :::_. ;; ;;: z ::::: $;.
trance. 2531 NW 55 St. Phone becue. Only U,000 $350 down
NE 4-5744. and $68 month. Key at Life NOW UNDER CONSTRUCTION
Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL 2-bcdroom duplev apts.
Finest Selections in Miami
2-HEDROOM HOUSE. not 9-4371. Open evenings and Sun- For adults only. Only 4, so reserve -
water, big yard. $20 week. Also days. one now. Phone 633-2129)
4-room house, $12.50 a week. Dixie Rental Agency. Lovely homes OpenNew
Call Saturday 2260 NW 62nd FHA TERMS Lovely corner Low Down PaymentsEZ
St Phone 688-4825. 011 house, completely fenced and LARGE- house,
landscaped yard, large Florida I stove and refrlg., fenced yard. TERMS LESS THAN RENT

l-HEDROOM furnished apt. All room, wall to wall carpeting, $30 per week. Dixie Rental . .
utilities, downtown area. $18 efflclency separate garage, beautiful Inside Agency, 033-2129. -
and out. $300 down and easy
$13. Call Mlckins Rental
Agency; NE 4-0500. Indf FHA payments. Key at Life 2-BEDROOM CBS beauty. Car- 1335 NW 41st Street

Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL port, tile roof, ,screened porch, Owner pays closing costs on this lovely 2-bedroom,
NICE clean one-bedroom apt. 9-1371., Open evenings and appliances, many extras. Only Fla. room, hardwood floors, and carporte. $300 down,
Unfurn. Nice quiet place. 6306 Sundays. $10,200, $30 down, $(G3 month.
NW 15th Ave. FR 1-9797 or NE Shell Realty, 4260( NW 7 Ave. $73 per month. $9,000 total price.
4-188G. 018 ; NO QUALIFYING Beautiful 758-5551. .
CBS like new. Modern built-in 1734 NW 53rd Street
NICE ROOM hot and cold kitchen, garage, flat tile roof.
water, $8 weekly, 2126 NW 4 Ct. awning windows, wall to wall OPEN SUNDAY used 2-5, as 1380 3-becl-NW Owner pays closing costs on this sharp 2-bedroom,

012 closets, huge landscaped; lot. 39 St. Could Very be nice. $350: down. Fla. room, hardwood: floors, and appliances $300
House!:; Is full of beautiful furni- room. A. down month. $8,700 total price.
terms. $70
A $tl,500 total price, per
modern appliances.
FURNISHED or unfurnished ture and Ben-Korl Realtor 714 NW 02St. It
apt In Opa-locka area. 1-bed bargain at $12,500. Payments Nites PL D- 533 days, PL
month. Life Realty 1040 NW 39th Street
room unfurnished. $15 week, 2- are onlv $73 4-3431
bedroom unfurnished. $18, 1. 1932 NW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. Owner pays closing costs on this beautiful CBS 3-

bedroom furnished $21. 2-bed Open Sundays. SEE 671 NW HO; Rt For real big bedroom, Fla. room, oak floors and carporte. $400
ooms! furnished $25. Call Mlckins family, 2 nice CBS houses, $500
Rental Agency. NE 4-0500.) FOR RENT 'OU TKAflR'( : down, terms. Call A. Ben-Kori, down, $82 per month. $12,000 total price.
Indf For Ions or 'tyvirt''terms" 'in Realtor, 711 NW 62 St., nltcsPL .
oom1 with' 20x40 Mlwav In 9-6533, days PL 4-3131 290 NW 48th Street
MICE, CLEAN furn. apt in a the center. Suitable for 1awverfIr '
Yilce qt.tlet. "place. Ph. FR 1-9797 ,doctor*, with*A drive In door HAUIJNfl Lovely CBS 2-bedroom, Fla. room, hardwood) floor

or NE .4-1886. 04 MEW 4 BEDROOM Small, 2 hath down in Also TUASII van for moving. Free and tile roof. $400. down, $77 per month. $12,500
Vet Hollywood. '
$18 PER WEEK:, three bedroom I nvment.brtnk: financing .Call estimate; For information Indr call I total price.
indf. !H!)0113. I
unfurn..' house. free gas: and' I NE 4-nsoo. -
\\vater.: Inquire 2398 N\V-01 St. .. 295 NW 48th Street

i. ,.t' "Ttt7: ; CBS 2-bedroom hardwood floors, tile roof
i Gorgeous
'LOVELY
EFFICIENCY for ortlults. '
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CLUB
'% t $15. Nice house for ;}t.:. THE ELKS' and carporte on lovely corner lot. $350 down, $83

!Jsale, like rent, $25 per week, per month, $11,000 total price.
"NE 5-5566. 239 N.W. 16th TERRACE .

2-ROOM furnished apt. 322 595 NW 53rd Street

NW 22 lane, $12 week' Call MO Proudly present Beautiful CBS 2?bed!room, Fla. room, oak floors, tile

5-3331. roof and garage on lovely corner lot. Reasonabledown

FURNISHED weekly rooms. Fish Ray and his CalypsoniansThursday payment. $15,500 total price.

SR.50 single. $10 double. Mae's .
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Guest House. 2170 WashingtonAve. NW 51st Street
., Opa-locka. O19 Friday, Saturday and Sunday_ every week 285
Lovely CBS 2-bedroom, oak floors, tile roof and ap

:3-BEDROOM: HOUSE unfurn.J3091 pliances. $400 down, $71 per month. $11,500 total
NW 51 Terr. NE 4-0025.
price.

/15311 NW 30 place, furn. rooms, .
:$10 weekly with cooking. New HONES! HOMES! HOMES! 1487 NW 38th Street
:manager, Mrs. Isatfcll Hill.
Gorgeous CBS 2-bedroom, Fla. room, 'oak floors, tile'

FURNISHED APT. PL 1-1292. No qualifying move right in no closing costs roof and carporte, $400 down, $77 per month,

FURNISHED APT. with yard, Why rent? Buy now Save $ $ $ $12,500 total price. i .
very reasonable. OX 1-2126. -

1-1527 NW 42nd St. CBS doll house, porch, car 1235 NW 53rd Street

CHILD CAKE porte, oak floors, big lot. $395 down. $78 month Sharp 2-bedroom, hardwood floors, carporte and appliances.

I will take very good care of porch big lot $550 down, $64 per month. $7,800 total
your children In my home, dayor 2-2139 NW 43rd St. Nice 2-bedroom, price.
week pick up and deliver, $100 down $69 month.

,3431 Grove, HI Margaret 8-6735. St., Coconut 3-1815 NW 47th St. 3-bedroom, 2 porches, oak News Realty Inc.
down FHA
floors, carport. $10,300 total. $400
2 (The Broker that works for you)
3.bed'room' garage, corner,
JOn WANTED 4-1343 NW 41st St.
40655Open
College young lady would porches. Real sharp. $495 down, $79 per month. 4600 N.W. 7th Ave. PL

like to apply for this Job, at her ( Sunday)
home sewing and hemming I SEE NOW CALL OWNER WI 5-9886
dresses. Address: 1841 NW 48 St.

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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. B. T. W. School NewsThe sponsored by Mr. Klelman. All BETHANY S. D. A.
young people are invited; parents C. B. Rock, pastor
PAGE 14 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1963 long-awaited opportunity are welcome, too. Cor. 50th St. and 25th Ave.

is here. Senior high school stu- High hopes are still within Bethany invites you to attend
the Booker T. Washington fam- services Sabbath Oct. 5. Sab-
dents are given the opportunityto on ,
; Florida A & M Asks $8 prove to adults that they, ily second after being of defeated the in their with bath School 9:30: am. Preachingat
too, are safe drivers. A safe< game year 11 a.m. Come and help us
Matthew Gilbert of Jacksonville
welcome our new pastor, Eldei
driver project is being held J
, Million of Bond Issue Sept. 16, Oct. 4 for all Dad e winning 14-0.the With Tornadoes strong will determination R. L. Woodford and his family.
County senior high school stu They will arrive here this weekto
.. Howard Blake for their
meet the duties of our
t dents. Any student in the high begin
TALLAHASSEE Expansion utilities and campus improve- first home of the season
)
game welfare
church and help in our ,
school is eligible to register forthis
of facilities at Florida A ments, $225,000; home manage- Oct. 5 at 8 p.m. at Miami sta- civic and religious obligations.:
program; if they are ableto
residences
men'sdormitory
ment 058,000
dium.
and M University figures prominently Elder Woodford and family
and operate a motor vehicle! for
$750,00 centralair
in the passage of the conditioning, $900,000.; the remainder of the school Evaluation, evaluation . come to us from New Orleans,
75 million dollar Bond Issue on La
t'' which Florida voters wilt bal- It has been pointed out that a term without a moving viola- Booker T. Washington studentsand
, lot Tuesday, Nov. 5. limiting factor in enrollment in tion. Prizes will be in store. teachers are looking for- Elder C. B. Rock and family,
Ji all of the state's institutions of Films are shown In the audi- ward to Nov. 18, 19, 20 for this our former pastor, are servingin
At a luncheon In Tampa Gov. higher education next year, Including torium each Wednesday. This occasion. All efforts are being Detroit.
Farris Bryant recently stressedthe Florida A and M, will week cartoons comedies, west- made to keep Booker T. the A- You are also invited to attend"
fact to 600 community load be a shortage of housing. Pas- erns and other actionpackedfilms rated school it has always been Fall Musical Concert Sundayat
ers that Florida's future depends sage of the college building will be shown from 7 until . Sharing the honor with two a 4 at the church presented -
on the state's voting pop. amendment Issue 2, will make 8 p.m. This is a part of the other high schools in Dad e p.m.by the Youth Choir.

r ulation. alleviation of this condition regular enrichment program County, the Booker T. Washington Come and enjoy an afternoonof
possible by 1961 with the con- Newspaper Staff received
music.
' At Florida A and M Univer- struction of aditional dormitories. the CSPA School Press Project
sity, Dr. George W. Go':*e. Jr.. Award from the Tuberculosis
r president, said last week, "Tne Nuggets of Health
key is Issue 2 on the. ballot on Passage of the college build- Association of Miami. The staff pondered over such items aa
Nov. 5. Vote :Yes' for Issue 2- ing amendment is vital to every I won this honor for the partici- word meaning, reading compre-
the college building amendment family in the state of Florida, pation last year. This markedthe hension and mathematical equa-
." it was stated this week at Fia. fourth win for the staff tions Seventh grade groups
A and M University. If the state two national citations and hree will be subjected to a reading,
At that time, Dr. Gore pointedout were to try to meet its pressing state. arithmetic and SCAT test Act.
that the building amend- needs for college expansion out: 8 through the 11 . Don't for-
After the first week of Eng-
ment includes the following of current revenues, it has also get PTA! Parents and gUar-
items for FAMU men's dormI- been asserted, taxes would haveto lish via television, 10th graders dians are reminded to attend
tories $750,000' women's dormi be raised immediately and P ? found the class was not as difficult regular Parent-Teacher Assoc-

tory, $750,000 new Vocational- every citizen would feel the qtr as they expected . In iation meeting, Wednesday, Oct.
organizing school clubs, all per-
Technical building. $1,750,000; pinch. auditorium.
9 at 8 p.m. In the
eligible for membership
renovation of old Vocational- sons invitation is extended -
have been cautioned to main- A special
for maintenance
Technical building I
warehouse and receiving Zetas Hold Initial tain good scholarship, citizen- students.to all parents Mr. Archie of senior L. Ayers class,
center $50,000; music and art ship and continued interest.
II I .
Jr. Is the president.Our
classroom building $1,000,000; Groups are also being formulated ,

poultry buildings developmentof MeetingBeta By DR. JAY GUTIERREZ to take care of students with sympathy to the family
farm transferred from Florida I special Interests' . The prin- of the late Charles Austin who
State University, $182.000: Tau Zeta chapter of cipal has appointed the Student was once a principal of B. T.
Zeta Phi Beta
, and Farm Mechanics building, Sorority met at Council to serve as the coordi- Washington. Many teachers and
the home of Soror Marian H. Very few complaints respondas
nating student in help-
$10,000 group remember him
Shannon, 2181 NW 58th St. on readily as backache to proper graduates will
Ing the school become preparedfor
I treatment. Relief is for his interest in youth. Beth-
Other requests from FloridaA I Sept. 21.Plans practi- the coming Evaluation.
and M University also Include were made for the cally instantaneous in many sheba Dean, Staff Community
housing for married pro- I Regional meeting which will be cases, particularly recent anti Ninth graders were tested Reporter.
fessional and graduate students, held in Columbus, Ga. in No- acute cases. The small of the Oct. 1-2 with the statesponsored -
$600,000; renovation of Sampson vember. back is always under more or test required of all ninth
and McGuinn residence:: Our official photographer, less of a strain as it carries the graders in Florida The group CONTINUOUS SERVICE
halls the present Vocational- Soror Bernice Johnson took weight of the upper part of the SINCE 1948

Technical Institute, air-condit- pictures of the group and the body 1.3604
ioning of classrooms and Instal- newly elected officers who were Falling lifting Jarring, sodden PL
lation of elevators in Tucker installed at this meeting. moves. Wrong' posture, leg Auto InsuranceLow
Lee and Jones halls, $1,000,000; They are: Juanita Pmckney" crossing occupational strains, bw anu
baslleus; Rosa Fortson 1st aht! attacks of sneezing and cough- monthly payment

basileus; Sylvia Lambert: 2nd. ing and exposure to dampnessand Discounts for safe drivers
Sunlight ChatterWe anti baslleus; Lydia Higgs, 3rd drafts may predispose to
;anti basileus; Verneka Dames, backaches.The SR-22's FILEDIMMEDIATELY .
are anticipating an educa- secretary; Lenora Smith, corre- pelvic bones are easily ,'" '"

tional as well as helpful program sponding secretary; Bernice displaced and this action will
in the school's participating Johnson, financial secretary; cause a strain on the surrounding Large saving on fire and home
in the Annual Conference Lois Forbes treasurer; Doris I tissues the result being a owners insuranceD. advise
Rehabilitation Association which Haden, parliamentarian; Inez backache that spreads to the We plan, guide and

will be held at the Carillon Foster, historian. I spine and down the leg, follow- Goodman and Finest Quality Building
Hotel, Miami Beach on Oct. 7-9. Besides a delicious repast, I ing the sciatic nerve.If .
our gracious hostess Soror one part of the skeleton is Sons, Inc. HOMES
Each day offers Its own advancement Shannon planned a quiz I game out of nment, the logical o
and excitment for called "What do you know result would be displacement of Real Estate Insurance 0 ADDITIONS I '1
each one of our students in the about your local chapter?" Soror that most Important structure,
study of cosmetology.In Hannah Edwards received an the spinal column. Mortgage O ALTERATIONS
orchid for the most correct make
answers Neglect or failure to
our class on Thursday you Soror Fortson receiveda this correction usually leads to 2688 N.W. 62nd St. BANK FINANCING

would have acknewledge the gift for being the first to arrive permanent injury and long suf OX 1-0380
most gracious charm, poise and at the meeting.All .
fering.Are Clf itL 1 1mmV 7
exercised
posture by our lovely
sorors present expressed you a chiropractic case? A family bnsfnesn' establishedfor ", ",
students
hair styles wearing to accommodate apparels and satisfaction that this was a (One of it series of articles many yar to give y ti U (!)@ffi 9rt
occasion. any very enJoyable, informative and published In the nubile Interestto honest, efficient neftlce.'
to begin o u r explain and Illustrate! the Contractors
Some of our handsome young many projects and challengesfor practice of scientific chlroprflo- Drivers license, auto tag arid General Licensed Building' Insured
men were well dressed. the year. tic, written by Dr. Jay Gutierrez title transfers at this name lo-
The'next meeting will be held whose office is located at cation. Mention thin ad and received 888 N.E. 79th Street
t See soon E. Lesene at Soror Chandler a ball point' pen free.
you reporter Child's homeat the corner of NW 22nd Ave.
II 1446 NW 8th Ave. in Fla. and 30th fit. Phone 634-1117
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HAPPENINGS IN OUR SCHOOLS SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1963 PAGE IS


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saeift ssspsHSswa .0( Exams Set for Teachers and

BTW Seventh. .Grade Program Goes Into High Gear '

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Films,' Math, Field for the 7th grade PTA meeting Monkey Jungle and others. Nurses Scholarships i"s .

and heard Eddie Bunyon, Diver These trips will all be .
Trips, Reading sifted Cooperative Training Director afternoon Jaunts. Saturday Dr. Joe Hall, Superintendent secure the signature of the superintendent
at BTW talk of the new I of the Dado .County Public I of county schools.
Contests Big HitsAs job opportunities for Negroes I' On October 23,21 I, 25 and 20 Schools, announced this week About 90 state teacher scho i .
here in Miami. Mr. Ayres, general I the entire 7th grade will be the that the State Teacher and. larships are awarded to Dade 1
school entered its fifth PTA president, challenged I guests of Miami-Dado: Junior Nurse Examinations for scholarships -i County on the, basis of student
week, things shifted into high the parents to take advantage College. The boys and girls will will Do held at Bay- population In this area. These
gear for the 7th grade at Booker of the program that is opening tour the new buildings and will front Auditorium, 320 N.E. 5th scholarships are valued at $400
Washington.. With the helpof up for 7th graders. hear the president\ of the col- Street on Tuesday, October 22. per year and are renewable fora
their teachers and parents, Parents were enthusiastic, and lege, Dr. Peter Masiko, talk to Those taking teaching examinations four-year period or until an
youngsters were participating in met with the teachers directly them. The trip will be made in must report at the audito- undergraduate degree Is earned.
large numbers In numerous activities after the meeting.The school buses, with the youngsters rium at 8:30: A.M. while those Those scholarship winners who
over and above the class with the highest returning to school for wishing to take the nursing examinations I teach in Fla. for the number of
which the scholarshipwas
i for
school attendance lunch. will at 1:30: years
regular day. Here are at this meeting was report granted need not the
repay
some of them. Alexander Mackey's. As a reward SKXIOIIH TEACH MATH P.M. loan.

On Wednesday at 7 p.m. 500 trophy., this As class an unexpected will be given bonus a This past week saw the beginning October 11th is the deadlineto The number of nurses' scho-

7th Igraders showed up at the this group of boys and girls of free math tutoring, register for taking either larships vary and are awardedon
auditorium for a free film show. were taken free to the Orange with GO tenth, 11th and 12th scholarship examination. High a state competitive basis.
ing. These films were based upon Bowl to see University of Miami graders volunteering to meet school seniors register with Some are for $300 fora professional
work that was being done in play Purdue. The after school with 7th graders. their guidance counselor, college diploma or associate
school but youngsters, with the degree; $300 for practical nursing -
the regular day, from 20 in all, were admitted free students register
the reaction of the youngstersit were given tr soda and The tipper classmen helpedthe dean of education or the head ; $500 for the basis collegiate
was fun. The films shown The big & pop. 7th 7th graders with their homework of the school of nursing. Stu nursing program: and $1,000 fora
were "Donald Duck in Math- graders at question BTW among is Who Participating In this activity dents in other non-collegiate Uncensed professional nurseto
now
magicland "Florida-Wealth : are the following groups; nursing will register study toward the bachelor's
or will be the next PTA attendance National Honor programs
Future
Waste," and Walt Disnets"Prowlers contestant and what will the Teachers SOcietYi with their nursing supervisorsand degree.
Coun-
Boys
s
of the Everglades out-of-school applicants All candidates take
wishing to
surprise bonus be? selors, Human Relations Club I
Scheduled for the future are register' directly with the officeof these examinations are urgedto
and interested mathematics
the entire set of Walt Disney FIKL1) TRIPS .. students Guidance Service lloom 300. get their application blanks
nature films, cartoons and such A group of 50 youngsters is I Lindsey Hopkins Education CenI completed and report to the
favorites as "Pete the Lazy going on a field trip on Oct. 4 Over 110 7th graders have ter. Hay front Auditorium at the
Pelican" and "Creative Cartooning to Miami's famous Seaquarium. asked for this tutoring. In addition times specified. Each applicantmust
:," The films will be shown These youngsters represent all in the early evening, All teacher applications must bring his own soft lead
every Wednesday evening except the 7th grade home rooms. This adults are available to tutor in be brought to the county Guidance pencil to complete the exami
for PTA nights.. The admission !- trip is also free, and begins the mathematics. The mathematics Services office so as to nation..YJrJrK .
Is! free. regularly scheduled teachers are assigned homeworkfor -----
bi-weekly ... .
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2,')() AT PTA field trips. Those still to come the tutors and students to

Over 250 parents showed Up are to Eastern Airlines, Vizcaya, work on together. I V ETERANfilrlCfifil Thl.H column .H prepared"

I weekly it the VA Office, 081 W. I
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I Fl.'iglpr' Ht., Mlninl\ for Information -
Main Library A.L. Lewis Elemen- BTW Second PTA I CORNER Vetornns in this area.

Announces ProgramThe I _'O'1-4.o11.44ili1.4__ ___ _____,iJ..J.l.44._ __& __4..u w._.&I4I.4.___.Jl____444.JI.JI..II..II.jI.JI.j1___________.._.._...._.1..11..11__n_._._..._
tary School NewsA.L. Wednesday NightThe
I POWER ()1.' POSITIVE . ..... prised) when we tell them that
winter season Is well .. .....
RECRUITMENT Social does
started at the Miami Public Lewis Elementary School Booker T. Washington .1.// Security certainly
Library and will soon be in full I started the year with the principal High School Parent-Teachers: VA is always looking, natur- count ns income You are allowed -
ally, for top} employee] materials to receive enough payments -
swing. ., Mrs. Walton Y. Robinson:; Association will hold its second
and Its recruitment of personal from it to the
The main library at 1 Biscayne and the secretary, Miss Ann meeting of the year on Wednesday equal
Boulevard is Saunders, convalescing at the Oct. 0, 1003 at 8 P.M in program is very important. We total amount you paid in to the
to 6 p.m. on Sunday. Week-day Baptist Hospital as a result of the new auditorium. Guest! can report with authority, how. Social Security fund before it
ever, that they arc not using counts against you, however. If
hours an accident their first will be prreidont of
on dayat speaker
are 10 a.m. to 9 pm. as this recruitment gimmick: this last sentence Isn't clear,
work. Both at home the Miami-Dado Junior CollegeDr
usual. hours 10 are re
Saturday are covering nicely. Peter Masiko Jr. and if you want to skip call your Miami VA Office, andask
to 0
a.m.
p.m. coffee breaks entirely, you can a Contact Representative to
Mrs. Dorothy Adside, Asst.
More and more new booksare "
tteing added to the main Supervisor for special Reading What it Can do For You." retire three years ear ier. explain.

library and branches and more Services has Iteen acting principal Subject of Dr. Mnslko's! talk ; IU1JUJ\1J PLAGE
records are available in the art since the opening of will 'ifc! "Tho Junior College, A smaller size American Flag NEW PROVIDENCE
and music library. school. Dr. Masllco has a nationwide Is expected to be issued for uso Rev. C. J. Burncy, pastor
The Children's Room will begin New teachers to the staff are: reputation as nn outstanding at veteran's burials. Provided Sis. Claudia Wilson reporterI
weekly programs each Sat- Miss Loraine Sawyer, teacher; educator and was President of flags] have ]been 5' by: lJ%. The will bless the
urday on Oct. 12. Miss Isabelle Poole, Librarian: I Chicago's' eight campus\ Junior new ones will be 4% hv l 7'. The times his praise shall Lord continually at all
;
Mrs. Mattie Ashford, special i was the largest Junior college smaller flags will be much -
be !in mouth.
"Variations," a series showing adjustment teacher and Mrs. E. college before coming here. This more suitable for displaying on We were my greatly blessed thru
early and modern experimentsin Marsden, music. In the U.S.A. holidays. None of the new flags out the Sunday. We
films Is being shown each The first P.T.A. meeting was will be Issued, however, until thankful day God are
to for the Ho
Thursday at 8 p.m. BeginningOct. held Wednesday, September18th. All students! and parents: idea of i. the stock of largo flags! Is depleted blessed nIl of the way ,
10 at 8 p.m. "Those Yes- Each grade group had a students who have any childrento these past weeks for it programs was He
that they want their
teryears, a series of Museumof selection on the program. Mrs.
(IUfZ CORNER through success was made.
you
have on education Beyond
Modern Art films will begin. Sarah Rahming is the president.
O. I am Koinff to for a } in mind tho trial
nttend.
The high; school are urged to apply Keen ser-
Miami Stamp( Club meets The student council and pa. --
every second and fourth Friday trols had their Installation of This is a golden opportunity to pension. Will my Social f !Security mon-ot Bro. Ezekiel Farrow,
of the month. offficers last Thurs- talk to Dr. Masiko In person count as Income as far as my Tuesday night after the first
program pension is concerned l7 Sunday in Oct. Remember him
The 4th year Great Books day in the cafetorium. Special Next month, In November A. Its ama lng. Wo have veterans and all those who are sick,
Discussion Group will be held guest wa Officer Joe ]{eytonof Dr Joe Hall Superintendent of who have l been drawing those who are grieved over the
Sept. 24 and the 2nd year Groupon the Homestead Police Department the Dade County Public pension for several years who I loss of their loved ones. To all
Oct. 1. They meet every who Installed the Patrols. School, will bo the guest' sneakcr still ask this question at income of you wo say welcome to our
other week. Osborne Carey, Mrs. Va- for the PTA. Please keep reporting time and seem ',sur- services.
l large Kemp and C. Folders are
these two important engage
The Mental Health Society of
of these organi -
the sponsors children.
.-Miami will present monthly ments for your
programs featuring films and zations.Loraine Sawyer, Reporter The public is Invited. I

discusions by experts, beginning .. -----
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Sept. 24 at 8:15: pm. ----- THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY)

On Oct. 9 from 12-9 p.m. Times ads don't cost PREPARE FOR
:teachers and parents are invited program. Is invited to all activities 4 ,, ;
Everyone
to inspect the best of the of the Miami Public I I They !
pay
new books for children selectedfor IZCIVILSERVICEi [

boys and girls by the Joint Library. I I .., ... .... "
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,the Miami Public Library and gi
the Dade County School Libr

aries.Free tickets are required for Lincoln Fields Apartments I ASSURE YOURSELF

movie programs only. These N.W. 62nd Street LIFETIME SECURITY
2045
may be obtained each Monday
at 6 p.m. before the Thursday s'= [MEN -WOMEN 18 To SOs ]

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PAGE 16 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1963 Holds ConferenceLast A groUp of registered nursed for a the full coming calendar year of was activlttesfor planned -
dedicated to the proposition of
The local chapter is t.
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the "service for humanity Nu
week Episcopal
ly awaiting the June, 1961 dJte
Church In the Diocese of South Chapter of Chi Eta Phi Sorority when the National Boule, whichIt
CORE Pickets Biggest Florida held its Clergy Conference held its initial meeting of the will host, will be held at MIami -
I at Camp Wingman, Avon year on Sept. 13 at the inollich- Beach.
Park. Soror Thelma Jones
The Rt. Rev. Henry j. Louttit, mond Heights, under the able .
; Baptist Church in HoustonHOUSTON bishop of the Diocese and two and dynamic leadership of the Advertise It Pays!

suffragan bishops with more .--_ '_""f/I_ :T.c': !! .. 1: _..-....... -_"" '.
than 200 clergymen were pres- -

Texas Hous- color. The pastor Is Rev. I'I ent.The 5 lots only 5 lots onlyIN
ton's First Baptist Church, one Owen White president of t h conference opened on .
t of the biggest Baptist Churchesin Southern Baptist# Convention. Monday evening and closed on GOULbS
the South, is the site each While there have Ween many Thursday afternoon
Sunday of a CORE picket line. kneel-Ins protesting church segregation -! A highlight of the conferencewas .: LARGE LOtS 75 x 141
across the south, this the visit of the following
Persons attending both the Is believed to be the first i team of church workers from '
morning and evening servicesare church picket line. National headquarters, New $100 down; $25 per monthJ.
greeted with placards say- I : I York:
ing: "How Can A Christian vww The Rev. Daniel Hunter, Dlr. A. SUMMONS
Church Be Segregated?" "Is God of Christian Education; Rev.
Black or White?" and "Don't Worlngton Campbell, Asst. Sec'v 1899 ;N.W. 53rd Street NE 4.6875
k Worship God in a Segregated the, Armed Forces, the Vent
Church" BrowardCounty David 'Thornberry. archdeacon MIAMI 42, FLORIDAANNOUNCING

1 Among the pickets each Sun- of Cincinnati!; Miss Olive Mu- .........

day are some of the five Ne- isca, Rev.director Walter Field Dennis Servicesand of -:<."" "" ........." ............... ..... -...-.....1-........ ..... ..... ........, '
groes who formally applied for News Hampton, Va.
membership in the church and Many phases of church life THE OPENINGof ..
were not accepted Before Initi- ItyWalter discussed in groups' and .
ating the picketing, Houston Bowo were otherwise.The the .
CORE had requested that the '
that the
church admit all, regardless of conference consensus was interesting was and DENTAL OFFICESof ..f. ...."...
beneficial.
I In the not distant future the
Rockefeller The South Broward Post No. Diocese will begin a campaignto
DR. JOSEPH A. MILLER
8105 VFW will meet Sunday, raise $3 000,000 over a three

Foundation Gives Oct. 6 be at 5 p.m.. All members, year period. 1409 Northwest Third Avenue
please present.Mr.

$2,500,000 to I NoticeTo I In The Bernard 31. Cliariff Clinic

f Negro CollegesNEW 306 .Pembroke and Mrs. Road Leon, Berry are the of all Master Masons, all \J& .................................. ............. .... .... .... ..... ..... ""'- ........ .... -:;............
proud parents of their fourth other departments both male
k baby boy last month. They are and female working under the
YORK The Rockefeller the owners of the Three Brothers -I I most worshipful union Grand
I
Foundation has acted to Grocery Store in Hallandale Lodge of Florida and Jurisdlc-1
provide $2,500,00 to aid Negro Lion (PHA) R. W. Rudolph d / /
colleges, it was announced today Bradley 32nd degree G. M. and t
by Charles G. Mortimer, The Ebenezer Baptist men's all ,other fraternal, social, and School of , '.....B r. .
chairman of General Foods choir will sing Sunday Oct. 6 religious organizations and the
Corporation and national chair- :at: 3 p.m. at,Lanier's Junior High public, 'yp.U, are invited to celebrate - JtCULTURE- }
man of the United Negro Colleges School. There will be many Zerul/babel Day with the r
Development Campaign.Mr. other singing groups at the af Royal' +Arctt,;Masons!=; of districtNo.
fair. '4'*of Dade'ttrid ,South Broward.oUnUes..rol1..program -
Mortimer said the Foundation i '.' ? will
has advised him it has he held at Salters Chanel AME Why not take advantage of our
made an outright grant of The beauticians of WeB t Chur located at NW 27th Ave.
$1,000,000 to the United Negro Hollywood and Hallandale, Unit and 48th' St. at 3 pm Sunday,
College Fund as a contribution No. 36, are thanking their many Oct. 13, a very Interesting program Special Summer Rates
toward its Development 'Cam- friends who helped to make is planned for. your en-
paign and Is appropriating an their dance a success last Sat- tertainment. The' Rev. Benson
additional $1,500,000 for grants urday night.A will be the speaker. Coma: one,
during the next three years to come"all and,. let us have nn enjoyable Starts career
selected UNCF member $1 O. .your
colleges meeting will be held Sun- afternoon. $1 O.
to further develop and streng- day at 3 p.m. at the Greater St Fred Alexander, G. II Toward Independence
then these institutions. Dist
Alloca-: Luke Primitive Bentley, Dep.}
tIons from the $1,500,000 appro- Baptist Church, President H. P. Council
corner 18th St. and '42nd Ave
priation will lie made by the Rev. Ellis John S. Williams, Sec'y of
King, pastor. It Is
board of or The the Rockefeller executive Founda-committee ttelng sponsored In behalf of the H. P. Council 012 FOR LIMITED TIME ONLY ACT NOW

Boy Scouts Movement of Car-
tion on the basis of recommen-
ver Ranches. The community 1 Is
dations by the Foundation'sofficers
invited to come out and sup 1113 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4.9998'J.
port the program. NAACP MembershipDrive

Dr. J. J. George Harrar, pres.
ident of the Rockefeller Foun-
I I is !
now on
The Carver Ranches Fire
dation, pointed out that the
Foundation and related boards Dept; > Walter Blatch, pres-
ident, Elliott K. Hardy, secre- I, ;
have, during a period of 50
, _
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reported that the )1t
tary excur- )
years, "demonstrated their deep sion to Blminr:Was a success. Buying Furniture? ;:? ;
concern for equal opportunitiesfor Houses For Sale
all Americans" in the closeto They+# toured*... the small Island Experts Will Tell You To Go'-To : '; By0wier;

them$66 to million Negro appropriated institutions and Ly t and lngs.'saw They. many.carried 45 Interesting passengers Grand Central ,1) I';*} ,a \, ".uiLOOK; AT THIS! ,fcf; $,.

organizations working on the '.1 Freight ''T' llMr.Milton, for these'" :'h} Jr
problem of the Negro and Inter- Big Inventory Sate j; : ,|t ; ( ,4, .

racial cooperation. WAREHOUSE ANDSHOWROOM "' 1--1511 NW. : 42d-st.: $200 down 4 $25 week
Buying Furniture? I
2 CBS.houses'0 lot. "
1 ore '.
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Experts Will Tell You To Go To 1636 N.W. 7th Ave. Miami : ,

Buying Furniture? Grand Central 3 FLOORS of sectional, exquisite 2-1715 NW, Tjfo St.. $200 down $20 week
Experts will tell You to go to sofas, newest modern and
Grand Central Freight contemporary (In nylon, silks Large house,'>riwly painted and fixed up.
and naugahyde) appraised! to
Freight Big Inventory Sale $895 freight claim $185 if per- 3-1855 NW 43rd St. $100 down $18 week

WAREHOUSE fect $285, you haul $155. Other Small house for small family.
Big Inventory Sale WAREHOUSE ANDSHOWROOM beautiful sectionals, $65 to $125.

WAREHOUSE ANDSHOWROOM no cash needed. 4-1534 NWI 44th St. $150 down $22 week
1G36 N.W. 7th Ave. Miami FRENCH and Italian sectionals,
1010 N.W. 7th Ave. Miami 200 HOLLYWOOD beds famous $1,000 freight claim ,$285 If per- Lairge' 3-bedroom house with an extra apartmentto
3 FLOORS bedrooms and dining makes, appraised to $149. freight fect, $385, other gorgeous styles rent out.
room ultra modern in newest claim price $55, If perfect $85. $125. Large group of love seats
Danish styles', $895 You haul $45. Other fine makes exquisite chairs, recliners, finest
appraised to 5-774 NW 70th St. $250 down $25 week .
freight claim $l$5, Jf perfect but odd pieces. you haul $35, fabrics, velvets, ilks at great
$285 many other famous t bed- we deliver. sacrifice. Large 5-Jbedroom home. Near bus iine and. shop-
119 ORTHOPEDIC EARLY American sectionals
room and dining rooms com- mattresses ,
plete $85 to $125. extra firm, freight claim $35, 1 If sofas, convertibles, complete ping.
FRENCH and Italian,style bed- perfect $45. You haul $30. Damaged living room suites, genuine
6-3085 NW 65th St. $100 down $20 week
$20.
Early American fabrics Sacrifice
,
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room and. dining room,gorgeou ,
French white and gold Fruit- $165 DINETTE sets. 7 piece : We;deliver 3-bedroom house, or rent this $20 week.
wood appraised to $1,000,'freight freight claim $65, If perfect $85. 200 TILT back sofas, studio
claim $285, if perfect $385. Other I You haul $55. Gorgeous 5 pIece couches, ,Danish lounges, brand 7-1530 NW 51st Terrace $1,000 down
gorgeous groups $125. styles_$35, 3 I piece sets $20, no new'appraf.ted; tQ' $.129, freight
EARLY American and contem cash needed. claim $45, If perfect $65, no cash Nice home with income apartment.
bedrooms and $169 MAPLE bunk beds. Com- needed.
porary dining
rooms, authentic reproductionsbrand plete with mattresses, guard CASTRO type convertibles, solid: QUALIFYING MOVE RIGHT INI!
new, appransed to $895, rail and'ladder, freight .claim $85 foam rubber, appraised to $695, NO -
freight claim $169, if You haul.DANISH ; freight: claim $185, you haul
. perfect
$265, we deliver. chairs, Danish lounges, $165. OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAY!
ODD' dressers, chests, chinas Bahama beds, studio couches, ODD sofas sofa beds, sectionals,
f i large breakfronts, curio cabi-, Danish love seats, 2 piece sectionals odd easy chairs reclining chairs, Call or see Mr. Milton for these 1 .
sofas, high back chairs rockers.,' brand new cheap for
nets, poudre tables desks, odd and rockers, cheap. cash.
bookcase beds. Hundreds of. REMEMBER this Is new furniture REMEMBER this Is new furni--
styles 'and colors. Remember intended for the finest ture Intended for the finest Ford Realty Inc. :
this Is brand
1 new. stores In Fla. Bring cash stores In Fla.. Bring cash -
NO CASH NEEDEDWE money talprs. ,,Monev talks. ,
DELIVER NO CASH NEEDEDWE NO CASH NEEDEDWE
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