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Title: Miami Times
Uniform Title: Miami Times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: October 12, 1963
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Volume ID: VID00723
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,,;;; aiUTANTUIl KT+ NPS MUTAMUR IN 1LTJ8 ... ,,,,,
The times are changed and we me changed with them


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Charges Of Assault 5 NAACP Not To S o 1 II

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Against 6 Dropped.. I a'.', Christmas Boyco I

Charges of rape of a 1 -year. with one of the six and to having I II Replying to a proposal that Council 4(1., e Stude ,NonViolent
old Negro girl against three a year-old Illegitimate tho NAACP endorse a Christmas Cl) 1 sting l."ttmi.
white men and three NegVoos child. buying strike, NAACP executive tee \ '" Q
have been reduced to contributing I At the end of testimony at Secretary Hoy Wilkins said that All of us 'l ll 've \ I
to the delinquency of a the habeas corpus hearing, 1' tr "each person should decide how should he sclcc huh. -
minor. Judge Shulz said that "the best he can react effectively" paigns In every au-
After hearing a psychiatrist I evidence was Insufficient to to the Birmingham bombing nlty In which businesses with)
testify the girl Is mentally 111 hold the men on rape charges." that killed four girls but fair employment policies should
and psychopathic and from Met He bound them over to Crlmlml added "that organizationally we be patronized and<1 businesses
ro officers that they did not be- Court on the misdemeanor cannot: sponsor n natlon-wldi with unfair policies should be
lieve she was forcibly assaulted charge and set bend at $500 Christmas boycott." passed lIy," the NAACP leader -
Circuit Judge George E. each. r Mr Wilkins stated the NAACP pointed out.
Shultz reduced the chargesFriday The white defendants are: In a letter, Oct. 1, to "The NAACP' he continued
after a speedily called Billie Griffin, 28, of Opa-locka Louis E Lomax who, on behalf "has staged many such selec-
hearing. Legal counsel for the Villas; Joseph Neff, 23, of 20 E. : I of Writers and Artists for tive buying campaigns successfully -
girl was not present at the hearing 17th St.., Hlaleah. and Favette Justice, had sent a telegram in localities where target
Yager, 33, of 3017 N. W 100th ...._......--, asking NAACP endorsement of could be reached and suffici-
St the boycott proposal which Mr. ent consumer buying power
However, the girl Insisted on The Negroes are Willie J. League Names Lomax, James Baldwin and was present. The "NAACP111
the stand that the men had Henry, 20, of 5500 N.W. 1st other writers had advanced asa continue to stage such cam.
raped her Aug. 23. She admitted Place, and Frank Clayton, 31 of protest against the lllrmlng- paigns
however, to previous relations I 1238 N.1 W. 5Gth St. Associate DirectorOn ham horror, "Perhaps grown-upn should

_--- -- At a meeting of the leaders- refrain from giving costly presents -
September 10, Mr. Tal ship of the March on Washing( to other ton, "careful thought" was instead turn the money over to
madge Fair" became the Associate -
given to "the problems of sucha the civil rights caw o. It seem-
Director of the Greater consumer strike," Mr. WH- ed to those In the' meeting thatIt (\
Miami Urban League, filling a ldns said in his letter. Included would bo unfortunate to further -
position) recently vacated by Mr In the March leadership are deprive Negro children, already '
Harry Wheatley. the NAACP, the Southern brutalized by segregation \ -
Mr Fair is a 1001 honor graduate Christian Leadership Confer by denying' them the-
of Johnson C. Smith University ence, CORE, National Urban annual joys: of a Christmas tree! 1
He received his master's League, Negro American Labor and toys."
I degree In Social Work from Atlanta I
University in Juno 1003.
He is the son of Mrs. Mary L. IIII
Fair of Winston Salem, North Police Smash 100 Gal. Still in City

;a r01ln3.
As the Associate Director his I. Hard, hard whiskey flowed Johnnie Ii. Williams, 40, of
+ will' be the I. Into the street Tuesday whenan 1810 NW 'nth Avenue and hisfu.'I1.fhbor"
k responsibilities/ l program
r. areas of Job Development illegal still was raided ,at { George W. Cook 51.
and: Employment and Educationand 1017 NW 6th Ave. Treasury= (>f low NW 5th place, ullegedcllstlllers \
Youth Incentives ''In tho agents and Miami pollee smashed were arrested. Fed- I
a 100()..gallon still :and( ral said the shine was
former ho has; the task of con men
12 gallons of moonshine -
ducting programs) for better job splashed and 700 gallons of mash worth more than $0,000 In unpaid -

-, .. ... opportunities for the nonwhite into the city sewer system. taxes alone.
population of Miami the latter,
TWO HAPPY DODGERS Both Davhes figured promi- fie will]) work with the Dado
Those Davis l/oys, Tommyand nently In the four game sweep County School Board In cooperation -
Willie are Indeed happy by Los Angeles of the once with principals, counselors,
I fellows after collecting $12,900 : mighty Yankees. Tommy had each as their share of the world the highest batting average; resources in developing) programs .
series loot. j Willie "won" the final game. which will aid In stimulating
Negro youth to strive to
wards higher I educational

I First Negro-Executive-, Signed : \ements._: Mr./Fair/ states thm thus fur
; his experiences In Miami have

Radio Station WMBM :he-en very meaningful. He hopes H
By ,.,. .. ,jtnpt, hf will. be ablr to make
A istnanGo ,: ; ; worthwhile\ contribution not I
Milton ; : 4 1 lineman 'on' ehamp-1 only to tho Urban f, LeigUo's H
leading "Dutterballlth'1;: lonshh})IP ,football 'teams. '.:& 1 l yonls ':nnd objectivesbut;: to' the w I
day became Ite is' one, of Miami's, premierplay1y Greater Miami community, as a
his race to achieve station .play*, and'color' tnarra-j :whole '
executive, status, making and tors of ) Florida A I
Implementing policy as Assistant and M James, participating with
to the President at WMBM his microphones In the annual I Dies of HeartAttackWith
AM, and WMVJ FM t, Miami Orange Blossom Classics He has'

IJeach. a one to one relationship with '
The announcement was made every player on the squad and Fork! L
by Alexander Klein, Presidentof with Coach Jake Gaither. 1 S

,the stations, "In line withsoda "He had a heart attack," Klzzlc
More than six feet tall and
) tenor established by thePresident Roberta Gist, 37, told the court
weighing nearly 250 pounds,
of the United States. with
Tuesday. She was charged:
"lUitterball" has been described !! -
I killing her boyfriend with a
Milton Smith Is a graduate of by Luther Evans Miami
fork, but acquitted
Herald writer as\"an even
Tennesseee A and I, where his sports .
Horace (Rat/bit) Coney, .45
General 'Sherman
bet against! a
scholastic rating was complimented -
fell dead with a cooking fork
tank in head-on collision. *t
\: bY'standout perfor Milton Smith Is married, the in his chest, police said. One of t 1
---- father of four: children, Michael |.its prongs had pierced his heart

II]; Marcus, .0; Michel, 3; and David Good art, assistant
Melanie, 2. state attorney, told the slxman '
Mrs. Smith is the former jury, "Yes, he sure did have a
Vivian Miller, beauty queen at heart attack.
Tennessee A and I, where she "An attack right on the
was courted by "Butterball"from heart." I I
their freshman year Witnesses for the woman I 1 I Coast Guard Lieutenant (Jg The' Coast Guard Academy
through graduation. testified that Coney had beaten Andrew L. Holeman, shown offer a four-year course. leading -
her earlier on the eveningof i above with Delaney Cox of ) to a bachelor of science degree -
A-Conference m 1 d-W est July 28, and was known for Washington, I>. C.. will arriveIn and a commission In the i
guard at Tennessee A and I, violence on her when he was Miami on Oct. 15: In connection Coast Guard. Appointment. to
1cN "Butterttall" missed the pro drunk. with Jibs nervlco'n gproIn tile Coast' Guard Academy are I
ranks when he entered the U.S. She was given a not-guilty 1 nationwide effort to advle tiHidn on a purely competitive
Marine Corps, with whom he verdict by the Jury. outstanding young Negro men ban la.

served In Korea for two years. ... . of the opportunities. available
At the Marine Corps boot - - -- to them at the Grant GuardAcademy : For the first time, the CoastGuard

camp In Pendleton, Cal., he won as a platter spinner and gabber In New London Conn. will utilize the annual 1Collegn
his first medal as the outstandIng Milton Smith Is counted as a Lt. Iloleraan will visit high Hoard Tent all part of (
rookie Leatherneck. radio "switch hitter," employIng schools, radio and televMioustations the competition for election
He returned to civilian life In both vernacular and orthodox and speak before varion of cadet. The College Entrance
N 1053 and came to Miami for the language at tho microphonefor nodal and civic group In Examining. Board Test will be
first time, after being discharged sports or pop music. tip Miami area to explain the held this year on Dec. 7, and
from the Opa-locka Marino His college work found him Coast Guard Cadet procurement application to take the teat
base. There he made his debut strong In administrative studies. program. must be made by Nov. 8. .....,

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; THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. Call Out For Help Democrat Board Meets


For HaitiHurricane With City Commissioners \

I On Tuesday evening, Sept. 24 The final and complete report 'j

VictimsCalls the executive board of the Dade on the July 31 boat ride i .i(

County Young Democratic Association was made. j

for volunteers to help met at the home of A committee was appointed f;
E. A. Ward to hold its regular for our annual f
gather and ship food, clothing, to plan "Night t
monthly meeting Games" be held
and medical supplies to hurri- of Friday
cane victims of Haiti, where Among several guests presentwere Nov. 15. Plate Will be an-

1)11. RICHARD MOORE, pros- neslan dinner and floor show. many have lost their lives and city commissioners Mrs. nounced later ;

ident of Bethune Cookman Col- While in the city the New others injured and wiped out Alice wainwright, Joseph X. i The next regular board meet- ,

lege, was guest speaker at the Yorkers resided at the Sir John of all their belongings, Rolle'of was Dumond Jr. and Sidney Arono- I ing will be held Tuesday: Oct \
first annual breakfast of the hotel. They were also dinner issued this week by C.DemocraticClub. G. vitz. I 22 at the same time and place.
Dade County Committee of guests at the home of Charles the All People's I :
the United Negro College Fund. North and Mr. and Mrs. Quentin They discussed the coming .
The breakfast was held in the North. city election and Metro charter (
All churches are called on to day celebrations the cake for
Sky Room of the Biscayne stations in this )
act as receiving these celbratlons are donated
Hotel. Miamians are urged to drive. by the club in recognition of 1
support the college of their niRTJIDAY Givetings and the wisdom imparted and good''

choice by contributing gener- Best Wishes to: Robert Stewart All organizations, clubs, and Egelloc Civic And citizenship habits exemplified .
ously to this fund. I to con-
individuals urged
who celebrated his birthdayby are by this honorable group. '\
baby-sitting: with son Kel- tact Miss McIntosh at G91-4505, Social ClubThe '

FRIENDS regret to bear of vin, 2-years-old, and buying the headquarters G100 NW HONORING A Mother-
him nick-nacks Fredericka 15th Ave. Tea is celebrated l
Flo Hakwins' recent auto acci- ; members take this oppor Daughter on
dent. She is recuperating at Mingo, Sam Anderson,. The names and addresses of with the Saturday before Mother'sDay. .
tunity to acquaint you
An appropriate programis 't
home. Derrick Austin, J o c e ly n the receiving stations where of the community planned for their entertain '".
some many
and clothings can be
Michele Whipple, Hazel L. Wilcox the
NELSON ADAMS; Dunbar Maxie J. Page, SonyaBethel picked up to ship to Haiti are: projects sponsored by the club ment, and corsages are given f.1 1
Mothers of
the attending Club
principal and his assistant Fazler Bernhart, Rev. during the past year.SCHOLARSHIP '
Sundries 1201 NW members. ;
Alice Hawkins, returned last and Mrs. William Savoy, Cary Barkley ,
weekend from the integrated 3rd Ave.; Grand Drugs, Inc.. Provisionsare
recently -
C. Rolle, Cleomie W. Bloomfield, RchmondHeights Sincere thanks to the following :1
meeting of the Florida Leila Moore, Doris Hardie, 3010 Grand Ave.14038; Lincoln made through our Scholarship members are In order:

Council tion which on Elementary convened in Educa-Day- Maxie Miller. Blvd.; J and Drugs J ,Drugs, 1410 NW Fund to help make It pos- Mrs. Ruth N. Polite provided a

tona Beach. 2nd St.; Neal's Super Market, sible for a deserving senior to gracious patio setting for the
4825 NW 27th Ave., Bunche enter college each Stu- club's initial meeting, and left r
:MOSES PKKRY JR., former year. ;
L Lof
to be by
Bunche Park nothing way
Park 2280
CONGRATULATIONS and1)est Miami student, is now enrolledat Drive. dents are selected on a revolving materials made available for 4,,f
the International College plan from the various high {
and :
wishes to Mr. and Mrs. constructive planning, appeasement -
secondary department, in Bei- schools of Dade County. of the
Johnson (Pauline Hlggs Smith) appetite. ,
rut Lebanon. For the last
year '
on their recent marriage. Moses has been studying at Senior Citizens Reports received from colleges Mrs. Pauline H. Smith, fol"
Busoga College Mklrl In of the students' choice trend and
MRS. WALTON ROBINSON lowed in the same ,
Uganda, East Africa. His father have made us proud of selec- the enthusiasm' of the mem ,)
continues to at home
from injuries recuperate sustained in an is a YMCA fraternal secre- Club MeetsThe tions made. bers present to make this the ak

auto accident on her first day tary serving as associate general DONATIONS A contribution best year in the history of the!
back to her school past at A. L. secretary for the YMCAsof Senior Citizens Club of was given the YMCA Egelloc Civic and Social Club \

Lewis Elementary School Uganda.Mrs. Jolllvette Plaza held its regular Campership Fund thereby, Inc., was highlighted by a com-

where she is principal. meeting on Thursday. Officersfor making a dream a reality for bination buffet supper and
the year were Installed by one more boy to enjoy a weekof birthday celebration for Mrs.
Betty Telley is mailing Mrs. Moran, member of Mt. Sinai camping at Lake Placid dur- Smith.
CRT WELL wishes to Mrs. Invitations to friends to attend Church Missionary Board. Miss ing the past summer.
Mary Ford Williams principalat a Fall Concert sponsored by th*> Blanche Calloway of radio station Vivolora P. Gainey, president.

Liberty City Elementary, Paul La Pierre School of Fine WMBM was guest speakerand "Soon there will be no more
who is confined to the hos- Arts next Saturday at the presented an exciting and Old Folks . Therefore, we
pital. oasteur room of the hotel Fon- Inspiring review about "The welcome the chance to play
talnbleau.' Mrs. Telley's irrand- March on Washington. A delicious hostesses to the members of Times ads don't cost

rtaughter; Wllsonla "Cookie" repast was served and the Senior Citizens Club of
Mrs. Bernice Fewell has just grown is a Fine ArtF student Mrs Mayme Gill, session:; worker James E. Scott Community Association -, !
returned from a vacation Via md will participate in the con- expressed.' thanks to all who at their monthly birth-I pay
Pan American World Airways.
ert. gave of their time and servicesto
She travelled on Pan Am flights
make these Infor-
which took her to Mexico City, program
mative and Mr. L.
Los Angeles, Pasadena where
Mrs Ruth Greenfield will entertain L. SJmon Is president.
she visited friends, Mr. and Mrs. friends at a "Tea With ,

Lawrence Crummell and thenon Music" at her 7th St. road home Unfurnished from $10 up per week
Francisco she
to San where *>n Saturday p.m. Guests will
visited relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Jrlnk tea and see proposed Youth HallVolunteers Furnished from $13.50 up per week
Johnny Wesley Newsome.
drawings for her proposed new

Fine Arts Conservatory build- Have Persons occupying the same apartment for one year

Miss Dorothy Guischard and ing.
will become owner of the said furniture.
Miss Lois Merritt both of New
Happy BirthdayOne
York City, spent two weeks in
Miami enjoying'! the sights of ceremony I 6970 NW 17th AvenueSee
Temple Baptist Church
the city. Although the con- on year ago 30 people of the :
Tuesday, Oct. 1, Edna W. Jef-
rains them community were invited by I
from stant enjoying prevented Miami's fame frey and E. Edward Johnsonwere Blanche Galloway, public relations manager in Apt. 29

"sunshine" joined in Holy Matrimonywith director of radio station -
they expressed Rev. L. A. Thompson officiating
WMBM to a meeting of
themselves as thoroughly enjoying The attendants - -- .. . . . .
its just as famous hos- were Youth Hall. The purpose of - -- - -

pitality.In James.Mrs. Verdell Roberts and A. this meeting was to put in action New Homes for Florida Living

addition to the Miami a dally volunteer programfor
scenery they Included in their our children detained at :3 large spacious bedrooms, 2 bath, garage, electric kitchen,

vacation-itinerary a four day OEUAI.DINE SAUNDERS the hall. After much discussionand open 3-5 p.m. Owners at:
sea cruise to Nassau and a two many suggestions the pro- 1388
N.W. !55th
and James St. With
R. Demeritt were gram was inaugurated and has extra corner lot.
cruise Bimini.
day sea to
Among the Miami places of married in a double-ring cere- I continued for the past year 1452 N.W. 58th Tcnv with extra lot.

interest that completely capti- mony Wednesday evening, Oct. The volunteers have given of 1914 N.W. 49th St. bedroom, 2 bath Fla. room
2. in the of close relatives
presence their services willingly and I 18W
vated their Interests and delights N.W. 41st St. with extra lot
Elizabeth Bethel and
lovingly and so Blanche,
Gardens were the visits to Viscaya :Marcella Demeritt were atten- chairman of the program, Built to suit. No money down. We finance

Miami Beach and Seaquarium Coral Gables, a dants, and the Rev. L. A. wishes to say: Happy birthday CASH PAID FOR LOTS AND HOMES

tour, the Indian Village and a Thompson was the officiant. I to all Youth Hall volunteers. 3 lots, house for kindergarten 1935 NW 50th St.

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Death Sentence

Plans to Resettle 14,000 3 Youths Protested SATURDAY OCTOBER 12, 1963 PAGE 3' .

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From 1 the The Advancement National Association of Colored for 24 Haitians Plead For '>: <"

J X-Ways Speeded People has protested to Gov. J, ,* ..
Mlllard Tawes of Maryland "the ,I
excessive and Inequitable sen- Political Refuge
t:! Plans for helping thousands problem and we'd better get tences" Imposed three
(I of tenants who eventually will ,'oing fast. 1! young Negroes convicted and I On Tuesday 21 Haitians who Ashman, who usked that the
have to out of the Cen- Tucker, new URA director
move 1 sentenced death In the al- I be held at the Univer-
claim to bo political refugeesspent I hearing
,, tral directed to work I
Negro District to make was
of whitegirl federal r Miami Law School Ii
| leged rape a 10-year-old five hours in a sity of so
for with and
and private governmentsources
way expressways redevelopment and 1 courtroom where their leader I Ii I the Haitians could listen to the
; levels,
were speeded up on many
in exile Clement. Benolt simultaneous ,
i was proceedings by
1, Monday by Metro's Urban Renewal plan a detailed relocation schedule In a letter to the Governor, hired as Interpreter by the UJ3.; I translation in the Creole (
\ Agency. Sept. 27, NAACP Executive goverment. I French
The Miami Housing Authority Secretary Roy Wilkins urged William Fltegelman, special i Acting as Judge at the hearing -
It was estimated by officials him "to take action."
q that about 14,000 is to build 914 units to absorb prompt inquiry officer of the New York Fllegelman decided against
The letter cited the six-month
;( enough to the some of the outflow from offfice of immigration and holding it at the university and
populate a city
the first Urban Renewal pro- sentence meted out to a white naturalization, hoped to resume indicated that he would not pay
size of Opa-locka will be .
f In who killed!
man Maryland a
attention to plea bas- i
the hearing Thursday, 2 p.meto any any
But will have
i they not Negro woman. "If there Is to be
ject.The if the Haitians shouldbe ed on political Implications as
,,j\ to pack up for many months Renewal Agency also de- equal Justice under the law In admitted to the United to what might happen to the I
> r some several years from now. cided to set up a field office in the State of Maryland' action States.; I exiles if they are sent from this
'\ the project area to counteract must be taken to rectify the I country.
The Renewal Eighteen men, four women
Agency was
and misinformation being sentences Imposed the
rumors upon
lJ warned that with babies in fled I
foot-dragging Inf two arms
circulated about the three Negro youths, Mr. \V1l-
a preparing for the gigantic relocation program klns told the Governor. Haiti and went to the Bahamas King Files Suit
1/ Job could ignite a 1t fore coming to Florida on
f 15. The U.S. -
powder keg.Martin goverment
--- --- Sept.refused them admittance at Martin Luther King Jr., filed

,\ Fine, chairman of the first, but the Board of Immigration suit in federal court to stop
Miami Housing Authority, In a Selassie Says Africans Will FightSelassie Appeals ruled that they three recordings companies:of the from speech selling he
:; Joint meeting: with the Metro were entitled to a second hear-
r; Agency, said, "This is a big NEW YORK: Haile Selassie, said: "It is our fervent made nt the Aug. 28 march on I
t. I Emperor of Ethiopia, said Sunday .desire and wish that situations ing.The inquiry officer was told Washington. They are Mr.
Maestro, Inc., Twentieth Cen-
not come to this desperate
the United African nations ]J twill|
I by them that they were represented tury Fox Inc. and Motown u
;/:4: International may have to use force to liberate stage by Attorney Charles Record Co. of Detroit.

/; nations on that continent still j I "But if there is no recourse --...-...--...."" . ....... ....,......, -.m 'U 1DIiIIIIIIio1l
under non-African control. for liberation of people under '''W: il'ii "
Masons to Meet The Emperor also said he believed -!i the yoke of imperialism . .
the United Nations should I Ii African states would have to
Here Oct. 1718By i intervene in Africa to resolve consider (force) for the benefitof
the program of colonialism. the continent." What's Our
:' MARY ARLINfi Concerning the use of force, I I
"The United Nations, by its
\: The Exalted Degree Conclave own charter," the Emperor said, (
) of International F. and A. M. ; "is committed to the preserva-
?. Masons will convene at Mt. 600 March tion of international peace and .
Zion Baptist Church at NW on security, nnd since the African : PLUS? ;
; Oth St. and 3rd Ave., Oct. 17-10. situation is directly relevant to Big
this imporant task, the UnitedI :
The chairman and co-chalr-I Jaxville City Hall I Nations must come in to solve 4
man, Noble Thomas Montgomery it". ,.
and Noble Maggie Lamp- An orderly integration march
kins invite the public to attend i by about 600 Negroes on Jack- I oe FAIR DIVIDEND RATES? eA
their opening night program sonville's City Hall Saturday, II I DR. M. RADIN
and fashion show Thursday was! marred only by the arrestof I . CURRENT 4V8I .,
Oct. 17 at 8 p.m. a white youth who said he I Sunday 10 n.m. 12 noon
Friday afternoon there will was an American Nazi. I LOW COST HOME LOANS? ,
be a tour of Miami's most Interesting Carrying signs and walking 10 i General Practice !
places including the abreast, the Negroes marched . YESI
Seaquarium. The bus will loadat from the Bethel Baptist Institutional 1159 NW 3rd Ave. ,
the church. The fare is $5.00. Church to Ciy Hall Phone 374.1419 c'

Saturday night the banquet where Rutledge they sang Pearson freedom, leader songs.of Open' dally 0.30: 1 p.m.b .

will begin at 8 pm. with some the local chapter of the NAACP, 8 p.m. PLUS.
of Miami's most outstanding told the cr6wd as they stood .
citizens as guests. To name a between City Hall and the 1
few: Atty. George Allen, Atty.
county court-house, "Shout for 'ed o
John B. Orr, Mrs. Athalle freedom, shout loud enough to .. EQUAL JOB OPPORTUNITIES
Range, Mrs. Dana Dorsey I shake the rafters of those! two 4 .
Chapman, Mrs. Blanche Callo- buildings aa ;" FOR ALLIMORTGAGES!
way and many more The affair I ,
Cobb who told policehe
will be catered. Tickets 300. WITHOUT
was a first lieutenant in the
After the banquet the Shriners Jacksonville chapter of the DISCRIMINATION!
will sponsor a dance at the American Nazi Party, was arrested !4 ;
Harlem Square Club at NW as he marched in Hemming
10th St. and 2nd Ave. from 10 Park, bordering the route WHEN YOU DO BUSINESS WITH
pm. until. Tickets $1.25 in advance of the demonstrators with a

$1.00 at the door. I back sign which to Afrllca.said" "Negro, go .):' YOUR 100% INTEGRATED

The public is invited to all Charges would be placed

these affairs. against him later, police>- said: I + ? ROOSEVELT

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"' L makeup and kinky h air wigs;, policy will certainly win new
4 SATURDAY_OCTOBER. 12, 1963 >h: lI t I II I aspects of the annual winter support for our communitv
BROWSIN' I carnival at the University of hospital
I II I, Vermont has been banned by
Bj PAUL HENRY the Inter Fraternity Council *.*: Sonic of. our Negro golfer):,

:-qmlJ' I Q JN'K! !rI"J > i5'.2! i'5 Amen. I are causing others great dea)
:, Mi! bfl Jtng I of embarrassment on the nevi'
James It. Hoffa, president of The Urban Renewal Agency LeJeune Golf Course. Much
I -- .--- _-- . --.- ----_. --:-..: _- :- the Teamsters Union 728, Atlanta will open a. field office in the it is caused by excessive drink of
is having trouble with downtown Negro district. ing on the course Loud pro-
"lr. K.-SISMU.M -KKHVKR,-Kdltor and Publisher his truckdrivers Eight of Teams-themhave This office will give you factson fanity and discourtesy in not
filed suit against how and when you will be allowing others to
.. JAKTH c. UKKVKS, :Managing Editor ters Union for 505-milUon relocated. are other complaints play heard thru We

dollars. 1! About 4,800 residents will be hate to believe this, but a ladv
The drivers say they were displaced by the North-South golfer told us she saw a Negro
'. Tough Flora fired in violation of the union'scontiact
Expressway before the slum golfer urinating In the parking:
and that union
clearance gets underway. I lot. Let's not abuse these prlvl-
Hurricane Flora, one of the toughest in history, bornin refused to present their griev- : leges we fought so long for

the Atlantic off the Venezuela coast two weeks ago ances. Bather I Maybe the Par and Birdie Club
six Cuba doing consid- there will be no f1'E'eI should sort of Unofficially po-
hovered around for days striking in
The city of Homestead want- assembly for Negroes lice the golf coupes to help !
erable damage and according to reports leaving an esti- ing to spread out a bit, has secured I Louisiana certainly not at Free the situation '
mated 3,000 people dead or injured the 'go ahead order from I dom Rock Baptist Church where

Striking Haiti in force Flora wiped out villages leav- the Metro Commission. they had gathered Most of I
Iberville Par-
The city will extend its limits them were from NOTICEMelba
ing an estimated (0,000 dead and 100,000 homeless. by 1200 feet in width and one ish county High School wherea

Flora also hit Tobago taking 17 lives and doing some mile in length. Councilman boycott was called to protest LUcas, beautician for. ,
Gunderson said the city has suspension of 35 who took part at Maggie's
damage. Finally the hurricane touched Jamaica, took nine merly Beauty
been faced with providing police in a sit-in last Friday. Salon Is now located at Wood
lives then to Bermuda Flora headed out to sea.
on and recreational
protection, electricity -
I Tear grenades and electric I Beauty Salon 1G21 NW 3rd
The federal government offered relief supplies to facilities and water to cattle gas prods were used to Ave., phone FR 4- 221, (

Cuba and Haiti. Fidel Castro rejected the aid offer as the area, they would like some rout the students. Police Chief --- .-.
of the people who share in these
Dennis was in command.
"hypocritical. Songy
services to pay part of the bill. More propaganda for Russia ST\TJ 11ESTObi* OWN It
As usual the American Red Cross offered services Most of the property is own- and the African nations SHIP MANAGEMENT AND
and is on the job. ed by Negroes. CIRCULATION required by the
Mrs Laura Smith of 1381 NW Art of October 23. lff; ; SettIon j
The Salvation always to in
Army, ready help people ,
has nameda G7th St. is convalescing ih 130% Title 39, United State!*
President Kennedy
distress, has collected 10 or more tons of clothing for the cabinet level task force for Christian Hospital after sur- Code.
unfortunate Haitians and an appeal is still being made checking and finding remedies -!I gery. The Miami Times i is mtl;'l'h-
up I
for more clothing, etc. I. for the ominous rate of ed weekly at G740 NW 15th
Ave., Miami, Florida Publisherand
Contributions in Miami can be left at any of the four rejection of young Americans The looks of the Christian Editor of the Miami Timesis
called for draft board examination -
Salvation Army headquarters: 61 NW 5th St. ; 2236 N. Hospital are now being audited H E. S. Reeve 1421 NW
I Since this is institution GOth St. Miami Fla. .
Miami Ave. or 90 NW 4th St. the President an Managing
Says : owned by the people of Miami, Editor of the Miami Timesis
In Cuba two U. S. soldiers in a jeep were reportedlost. "A young man who doe not trustee board chairman DrV". Garth C. Reeves, GS51 NW
have what it takes to perform A .Chapman Jr. invites any interested I 13th Ave., Miami, Fla.
Pan American Airways will fly the clothing and sup- military service Is not likely to.. party to feel free to I The owner is Ji E. S Reeves.
it takes make
have what to a
plies to Cuba and Haiti. !I Inspect the books and ask any I 1424 NW G9th( St., Miami Fla
Today's military rejects .
questions concerning the audit. Known bond holders, mort
Florida has been blessed this time. Flora did very include tomorrow's" hard core \Ve think more of our organizations -I I gagees and other security holders -
little damage and no lives were lost. unemployed. I should be as open withits I owning or holding 1 per
dealings This wide open I cent or more of total amountof
Registration for City Recrea- , bonds mortages or other securities .
PoliticsFormer tion Department's pre-schools 1 are none.
opened on Thursday at 9 am. Direct from Key West I lies average number of -
Sheriff Tom Kelly, who is campaigning for at the parks} which children ritiiDii: : CHANT of each issue of this publication -
will attend t.ikts over the Hammond organ sold or distributed
the passage of three amendments to Metro's charter, The pre-schooleis must be at the Satellite looting this through the mails or otherwise.
slashed at Metro and County Manager Irving McNayr five :rears old on or l/efore/ Jan- weekend, also Sunday afternoon to mail subscribers during the
()Wednesday.. uary 1st to be eligible.Minstreltype stalling at. :3 p.m.. 222 NW 7th preceding; 12 months was 9,850:

Kelly charged that government costs have soared black face I .\\'lIue. i i i Garth Business C. Reeves Manager

under Metro. Making comparison, he said Duval, Jack-

sonville, a progressive county in Florida, has a tax rate

of only $68.21 to Dade County's,.,$133/70.

Only Montgomery County, Md, where McNayr was I
once manager, has a higher rate in the South than Dade.
Kelly also took a shot at the Chamber of Commerce,

saying it should devote itself to trade and commerce instead -

of being a political action committee.The .
former sheriff, fired by Manager McNayr, put

up a good fight for a comeback, but did not succeed. He

is now vice-president of the Southern Credit Acceptance I
Corporation, Inc., where he says he is doing all right. 1922
I BORN In Miami, October

The Civil Rights Bill : Son EDUCATED of a Pioneer In the Family Miami Elementary. a

On Tuesday the Senate ,Commerce Committee approved Schools-Graduate of Miami Senior $ '
i of Miami { >
a public accomodations bill that would outlaw High School University General Motor ." '_
of .
racial discrimination in all but small neighborhood busi- Alumnus-Graduate r. : "
nesses. The vote was. 143. The committee left it up to Management

the courts to define which privately owned establishments former Mary Whitaker d i'
to "Vf '
catering to the public.'!'would(be exempted.This MARRIED They) have 2 children Trudy & Michael' ,

bill would ,give local authorities 30 days to desegregate Own their Own Home In Miami ) ,

voluntary before the attorney or a complainantcould j ( '
Bill Dock I'
file suit in a court. 0 BUSINESSMAN: Owner
i and Service Formerly Public Re- z
The ban would not extend to shops or stores that Cars lotions director of Florida State ,

are not part of a chain operation that serve the neighbor Theatres
hood and that do no business with interstate travelers.

There will be some discussion on the Civil Rights I CIVIC" WORKER: Charter Member Children's and '

Bill, but with certain amendments, we believe it will pass Past President of Variety
both houses. Hospital
American Legion Member ;,
Member of Sheriff's Boy's Club s.
New Tax Roll Sertoma Club Member fi
Better Business Bureau of Miami t
On Monday the Metro Commission approved the new i ; Chairman of March of Dimes Special rt
1963 tax roll totaling $2,308,885,700 although the roll'' Event Committee

was unanimously agreed to, Commissioners Huprhlan'' Orange Bowl Hurricane Committee

Long and Robert Brake were not at first favorable. They : Served In the Armed Forces
wanted to go back to the 1962 tax: roll. i i Miami Planning 8. Zoning

County Attorney Darrey Davis said the commission

could not revert to the 1962 roll.

Wheat For Russia "Put Youf Stock

President Kennedy has decided that the United INPAGE

States should sell several tons of surplus wheat to Russia

und various Eastern countries. He said the transaction'

has obvious benefit for the United States. :

The President ruled out sales to Cuba and Red China.

There is some opposition to this deal, but we believeIt ;j] I _

will go through. _
With 900 million bushels 'of wheat in storage costinga

million or more a day, it seems to us that there is much s l

benefit to be derived. from thesale.' .,. providing..4. !..' . Russia pays i.
for the wheat in gold.

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KAPPA NOTES . Civil Rights Commission rHh MIAMI, UMKS MIAMI, n.' ;.. Ii I

The regular meeting of the .'
I ,
Miami Alumni Chapter of
Kappa Alpha Psi fraternitywas Wins Temporary Extension ( ; .
held at the home of Bro.
Lewis Blake. The Civil Rights Commissionwon I a provision that would make -CLYDE KILLENS' KNIGHT BEAT PRESENTS FOR f
After the business meetingthe the commission YOUR ENTERTAINMENT . I
brothers joined in with a temporary extension of a permanent I .I
true Kappa spirit in singing its life Monday. agency. BY POPULAR DEMAND r
I Kappa songs; The House by a roll call vote
:Airs Mattie Blake was a of 265 to 80 sent the Presidenta Daddies ClubThe
charming hostess nnd the repast bill renewing for one year
was enjoyed l/y all the statutory authority of the Paddles Club of the
The meeting was well attended commission, which ran out Orchard Villa Elementary
and we're looking forward Sept. 30.
School will\\ hold Its first I '
regu- 1
brothers 'yc
to all the at our .1
seeng i
next one. It will he held at the The extension is designed lar meeting of this school year '
home of Bro. C. S. Culver, 4513 merely to keep the commission In the library of the school on c t
! N. \V 33rd Ave., Oct., 12 at 8 operating until Congress can Wednesday, Oct. 16 at 8 pm
Please bo on time. act on an omnil/us civil rights I i All father with children at
Ronald Hollis, keeper of records bill One now before the House 0 i Orchard Villa arc urged{ to be
Judiciary Committee includes I present '+ .
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Blues Gospel News nite. Ask anyone who saw it lat year.
Admission: Advance $1.25 At door $1.50

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Short Ribs lb 390 Ib 590 ;,

Picnics lb Z70 :'
Necks 5 Ibs 390 ;
Sliced Bacon 37 Wings Ib 291

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White Potatoes With $5.00 Order or Mora Cream Pies 3-S1$
HUNT'S YELLOW CLING- Sliced or Halves- 21/2
Peaches 4 for $1
SHURFINE-Plain or Self Rising Milk gal 39
YELLOW POLY BAG Flour 5 Ib Bag 490 1/2
Pillsbury Ready to Bake 8oz.Pk.
Onions 3 Ib 231 ROYAL "R"-46 Ounce Can
Pineapple Juice 251 Biscuits 3 25cKraft
ARMOUR VEGETOLEShortening Velveeta 2
Apples 29* 31b can 490 .. Cheese 791

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Syrup 12-oz Bottle 290 Family package-All Grind.
STAR KIST-Solid White Meat J/a size can ; Coffee 21b $1.15

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Skill in Football

t At George W. Carver YMCA VIEW
Howard Blake Edges
The G W. Carver Branch basic fundamentals of football,
YMCA goes on record as offer- such as passing, punting, run- Prairie View A and M Col-
,. Ing Football Skills for boys In ning plays, blocking and some lege defeated Jackson State College Booker T. Washington 7-&
3rd, 4th and 5th grades each tackling. The staff has also Indicated 28-12 at Prairie View Sat-
t Saturday, commencing October that good sportsmanship urday afternoon. Held scoreless Howard Blake High of Tampa day night, 7-6, at Miami Stadium -
r 5. will be one of the primary emphasis during the first period Prairie handed Booker T. Washington:: I .
\ (objectives). View scored In the second quar Its third straight defeat Satur-
to the staff, bootball The Tornadoes trailing 7-0,
According ter. The Panthers added 8 Insurance -
Is being sponsored for young- Parents should be InterestedIn points In the fourth - -..._-_. .__ ., I at the end of the third quarter,
;' sters because of the many Injuries this activity due to the safe quarter. grabbed a Blake fumble on the
t and accidents boys may ty measures taken by the Edward Waters Tops winners' five-yard line in the r
receive playing football In an Branch for the protection It The first Prairie View score fourth period. Four plays later
t un-supervised lot or even on the offers boys who will normally came on a 17-yard i pass from Claflin 24-0 I James Heddlck went over from
," streets. participate in this sport during Jimmie Kearney to Otis Taylor, the one, but William Covlngton's
football season. PV scored again on an 11-yard I try for the extra and trying
t The directors will teach theDugie's rushing play by Ezell Seals. In their first outing of the point was blocked.
" All Interested parents are The two points were added by young grid season, a powerful Blake also scored following a
T asked to pick up application John Harris. Kearney picked up I and cat-quick Edward Waters I recovered fumble, (going 25 yards
Guest House blanks, complete it and returnto two more touchdowns by pass- 'College eleven crushed a stub- Iin! eight plays in the third period
r the Carver Branch YMCA Ing to Taylor for 22 yards and born Claflin College: team in the for the game's first score Tom
The house of unusual rooms office. 02 yards. Two points were added second annual Piedmont Classic I Vincent kicked what turned out 1
Drodus. to be the winning point.
''I Open 24 hours NE 4-3851 The class is scheduled to be by by a score of 210. The
Seeing ; Believing held from 10 a.m. through 12 i Jackson State scored two game :was played on a soggy I Blake dominated the game
r s noon each Saturday. For touchdown In the second half- field at the stadium of Wofford running up 175 yards to 38
,4 i See us for clean rooms tional information, addl-j i. one 02-yard pass play from Tel- College In Spartonburg, S. C. :I rushing for Booker T
Jamaica Dugie, always a youngsters are asked to ,:.lls Ellis to Gloster Richardson This marked the first time that
and one by Bobby Thompsonto I. .
had used the play-
f friends 6-0231 visit Negro teams
the office, OX or : Gloster Richardson for three school.
2941 NW 47th St. Miami ing field of the all-white total offense the
II. the Branch at 5770 NW 15th yards. attempts. In
J Coach Jack Paul called the Claflin team wound up with a
,:tl Ave. .I I Prairie View: first downs! PV in. win a team victory. lie stated' minus 21 yards against the
:"' r+ rJJJJJ ff.frJNrrrfr ..<*O Ot JiL.1'.J JSC 10; rushing: 123, JSC 43; that the final score did not tell lighter Tiger line which was
passing :32-15-213, JSC 30-17- the whole story. In the statistics outweighed by 15 pounds per

.J STAR MEAT MARKET 238 penalltles; punting 101 t;G-1S9 JSC; JSC 155 5-216; department the Tigers over the superiority their Palmetto of man.ment In the the Panthers first down managed depart-to

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I State rivals! was plainly stated. roll up only
t The hard charging Tiger' line The Tigers will play their
forced the first home game Saturday nightIn
alert secondary
+ 1520 N. W. 62nd St. I REAL ESTATE Claflin eleven to make many the Myrtle Ave. Hall: 1 Park
\ INVESTMENTAPPRAISALS costly mistakes. Star Panther against! a strong Morris Collegeof
\ _:- signal caller Eugene Green only Sumter, S. C. dame time 8
completed two passes out of 21& p.m.
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Fresh Meat-Low Prices ; K2SK2KSS52SK? "Hot Line" Is New Feature ;

0-NPfJIffI)1Irl'f -II- -JJIr *'*- -*>- -VVVV I J rf t MI J IJJ J fflameless The new sound of Miami's hometown I IX .1. Fred Hanna
I Radio Station. WAME, 1200( on I came on loud and clear swinging -
every dial came through loud as usual. Also Joining the
and clear Sunday from the sta staff of the "New Sound" are
tion's 5,000 watt powered trans. King Boo, formerly of Jacksonville -
mltter. Mlamlans 1/y the thousands and Nickie Lee, Orlando.
l tuned in to greet Brother WAME I U one of the few national -
Ray and his Gospel Program. stations (ABC) that program -
to Negroes. special
They heard the familiar voice feature on the station will bo
of Rev A. C. Mozell with community "
the program, "Hot Line, to be
Electric news, and couldn't believe heard each night, 10-12 midnight I
their ears when Miami's .
l "CLEANER" tw j Featured will IA Harold L.
Hruynon and Donald Wheeler
. IS 3There' p ,Q I Jones "Hot Line" is! a program
similar to the Allen Courtney
program Listeners will he ableto
yr9 r call and discuss any item of
Snap. A
0 Interest,
? Ted Wilson and Murry; Wo-
loner, president and station
SERVICE manager of WAME} pledged
) A14c. that the station will give full
. J "COOLER"Thi William Pinder, Sr.f'ro.ion"I cooperation) to the NAACP,
: r... tai Piano Tuner COKE the YM and YW, schools,
churches and civic
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1935 N.W. 153rd St releases can send their ro-
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Club Holds A.L. LEWIS ELEMENTARYFire Bethune-Cookman to
Prevention Week was
PAGE 8 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1963 Open Pair GameThe observed throughout the school Play in W. P. BeachThe
I this week. Window and bulletin -
I board displays, chart stor- American Legion, West
NEWS OP TIIK YWCA . Sunshine State Duplicate bimonthly I ies, poems, plays and short Palm Beach Post 199, will sponsor .
held -
Club '
'Tap Toe and Tumble' at the YMCA : Bridge Open Pair Game at the stories classrooms.were seen The throughoutthe second football"The game Gold Coast to be Classic"played

home of Blanche Calloway. grade classes made a trip to I Thanksgiving nignt, November
The Northwest YWCA Cen- Ing, dancing and operating a Homestead's fire station. This 28, 19G3 in the West Palm Beach
ter announces the opening of dance studio in Detroit. j Pair winners were first: Mrs. trip provided many rich experiences Municipal Stadium.
Ann Lindsay and Charles Gray. for the pupils. In keep-
Its "Little Teen Dance Studio"on The schedule will be 0-10 Second: Mrs. Ova Killens and ing with our conservation pro- This is the first time that a
Saturday, Oct. 19, 9 m.-12 a.m.; Ballet 10-11 a m. and acro- Mrs. Ida Radcliffe. Third: Mrs. college football game has been
noon. Classes will be offered in batic dancing 11-12 noon. Fees Dorothy Wallace and Mrs. ram teachers and students brought to this area and a

tap, ballet and acrobatic danc- will be 2.00 monthly or 50c Ethel Grier. discussed Smoky the Bear. The capacity turnout is anticipated.
climax for the week was:: an
ing with baton instruction. This per lesson, plus YWCA membership Refreshments were avail- exhibit on the school corridorsand Bethume-Cookman College of

program is for girls and boys for each is class.desired.Advance Call able throughout the play per-. cafetor um. All classes made Daytona Beach, Fla. will oppose

:S-12 years only. Mrs. Toby G34-2G31 registration; for further Informa- iod. osters for the exhibit. Grades Allen University, Columbia, S.C.
(Miss Toby) Poulton, dance Instructorl tion. will be at the fourth thru sixth wrote poems,
The next game and short stories on
will be in charge. She essays
de background of teach- home of Harris Williams, Satur- "How to Prevent Fires." All
NATIONAL. Y-TKKN UALLTALL day, Oct. 12 at 8 p.m. classes went to see the exhibiton You Are Invited

( Our membership is still opento Friday is
Phil Ossofer Says: Interested in play- Mrs. D. Auside was called on
anyone October
Twelve to seventeen year- this week. Thursday, 17, to a
Contract Bridge.If back to her office
old girls in Miami will havean ing Duplicate feast "Chicken and Waffle
call the secretary, During the week, E. Arahill,
interested : "
opportunity the week of Dinner. It will be held at Mt.
I believe that one cannot Oct. 13-19 to participate in a Mrs. Dollie Whitehead144052 principal of Richmond Heights Zion Baptist Church, 301 NW
Albert Roamer, Junior High School has been
find God unless one accepts nationwide teenage enrollmentin for information. 9th St. For everyone's con-
Jesus as the "door" (John 10:9): ) the Young Women's Chris president. acting principal.We venience, serving will V gin at

through w\hich\ God must be I tian Association.The I are happy to see our sec- 3:30: p.m. and end at 8:30: p.m.
approached. However, being of I Miss Ann Saunders in the basement of the church.
Jewish birth I was at time occasion Is the annual :
one Y-Teen goals: Come to
back at her desk after recover- prepared enjoy a
concerned with the eternal National Y-Teen Roll Call, this I .
"To as a person; to I ing from an accident. We hope tasty meal.
destiny of my forebears who year emphasizing through its I I grow
Mrs. W. Y.
lived before Jesus came to theme, "Y-Teens Count at grow in friendship with peopleof to see our principal, All of the preparations and
earth, and who were unable to Home and Abroad," the broad all races, religions< and nationalities Robinson next'eek serving will be done by Ward

enter through that door. Were cope of interests and concernsof and to crow in the -.... -.......- - -- ....... No. 2 with Mrs. Georgia T.
they lost sheep? I believe not, these YWCA young people. knowledge and love of God. Nelson in charge. This is for
for our God is: a loving, mer- already active Y-Teens will when they Direct from Key: West the benefit of the Woman'sDay
ciful God. How, then, could He welcome others of their age Teenage youth, continues FRKDIHU; CHANT
condemn those who could not group during this week at their join the YWCA takes over the Hammond organat program.
have known Jesus on earth? meetings at the YWCA and around the world. the Satellite Lounge tills!!

elesewhere. Through club program The association here is affiliated weekend, also Sunday after.'oon
Seeking an answer to my and In other features, Y- with the World YWCA starting at 3 pan. 222) NW 7th "Individual<< Responsibility And
own question, I turned to the Teens will demonstrate how through the National YWCA, Avenue Th.3 American Revolution} For
Scripture Remembering that "
the YWCA < them t devel- in New Right
helps J which has headquarters -- ---- --
before Jesus Moses chosen I
was a leaders, to share ......,.,_ .. ,_ .
as responsibilities -
op York City. --,, ::;::: :b< .
one of God, sent by Him 1EI Jot.J .t2'Ir..i/n. JiII. '
with adults and
(Exodus 3:12): ) to free His to
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make new friends and learn Call your
Moses from the Egyptians. interesting skills which con- Center for the location of the ,
was, (according to the
concordance in my King I tribute toward achieving the i Y-Teen Club nearest you. I LBLiCIjiY

James Bible) admittedlyone .
of the greatest: figures of

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United States District Judge Hear CandidatesMembers SATURDAY OCTOBER 12, 1963 PAGE 9

Brian Simpson has postponedthe of the Dade County ....._,
execution of three Negroes Young Democratic Associationhave
soheduled to die in the electric invited the Miami City I D
chair, Sept. 30 for the fatal Commissioners and all candidates + RESSr J'I
shooting of Eugene Arnold for the commission in.. e '
Richmond during a robbery on next month's city election to a 'I
June 9, TOGO public meeting on Tuesday : ,
I night, Oct. 15 at the Liberty Y y
They have until Oct. 17 to Square Community Center. The ARCHIE -
appeal to a higher court. meeting will begin at 8 o'clock.
SSS :: :: :. Also appearing at the meetingwill FINDER x-: 4
:; :;;
be Metro Commissioner
Direct! from Key West Tom Sasso who will speak in r

FREDDIE CHANT opposition to the amendments 11<' YOU'llK looking! for entertainment most dressable master of cere-
to the Metro Charter. William
takes over the Hammond organat an"alternate will r stop in at Bill Har monies, Hobby Marshall (only
the Satellite LOUDRO this Singer or 4Franklin ris' 7th Ave. Satellite Lounge. Liberace beat his time) Is mak-
In the charter
speak favor of
weekend, also Sunday afternoon amendments.A It's out of this world. Freddie ing ready( for the big event of
starting at 3 pan. 6222 NW 7th Grant opens there this weekend October. Clyde's MasqueradeBall
Avenue question and answer period His fabulous manipulationof You will kill yourself ,
will be held The general pul/llc
the Is something else. with enjoyment if you once
:::::; ::;;::; ::: ;; =:: is invited. organ +
Out of this world! Oh, the address attend this affair . Receiveda II
Is 0222 NW 7th Ave. letter from James .."Slcky"
PROTECT YOUR FURNITURE I ) Federal Staten. He'sjin New York and
Pt WITHOUT HIDING ITS BEAUTYI talking of an England tour. If
CUSTOM MADE Gets New Vice :ML1lIIANS: have great Ilk- you know Sicky, ho jus t..
I Ing and appreciation for Ray might . ;,I Birthday greetingsto
Spa 1Oogb. PLASTIC FURNITURE President Charles' music that Is one rea- Monica Adderly who cele-
son in such short a time between brated another natal day on
SLIP COVERS BUI Miller, president Franklin concert, we are welcoming Friday .- Ditto to Claudia
CRYSTAL CLEAR I Federal Savings and Loan "Mr. Genius" here Oct. I Cooper who did hers up on
HEAVY GAUOB ar Association of Miami, announced 20.( Ills entertaining Is Incom- I Thursday when her dad and
.'FIRE LONG RESISTANT LASTING today the appointment of parable. He's an artist with 1 mom gave her a party In their
G FULLY Joseph L. Goodman to the post different styling of the blues Jollivette Plaza pad for a few
GUARANTEED' of vice-pi'evident.:; I arrangement that dig deep Into friends and relatives who en-
SEAMS Goodman Is I the very soul of music lovers. Joyed a different menu: Chicken
member of the
WORKMAN. a Yes sir, buddy! and dumpling, barl/ecue and- h
SHIP AND American Jewish Committee,
MATERIALSALUMINUM KL riOUtiS OT Biscay South Shore Optimist /souse! The Box made it in time
ZIPPERS FREE ESTIMATES Club of Miami Beach, a director (11T UK AT the home for some 'tato salad and other
CUSHIONS SPECIALIZING p of the Miami Beach Muslr of Frank DuUolse and your refreshments.

+ SLIP COVERS NIGHTPHONE Miami Beach Civic League. f
EXCLUSIVELYHouse He Is past }president of the president of B'nal B'rlth Lodge, JAMKH: JInNI, the young
Senior Citizen's Association of }1501 Miami Beach. He Is married Army recrultee swears (and I
of Crctchcn \ Miami Beach, the South Dade and reside at 1005 Bay agree) that the Satellite Iswhat's
Wl 7-5098 :Men's Social Group, and vice- Road: Miami Beach happening. Heck he
could of found that out long
IiI1! ago. i

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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. Business And Profes-: AKA Sorority Sets Up

PAGE 10 SATURDAY OCTOBER 12, 1963 sional Woman'sClub

Plan Meet I Chapter in Nassau Bahamas
.ti IV I NY :

-iii AND AROUND -iHE-i HAMASr I "Business and Professional Alpha -Kappa Alpha Sorority members of the newly created
Women, take an Internatio1'alOutlook" Inc. international in its mem- chapter. About were Mesdames
.. .,. - - - .... ---""" "",-....-,..... ,,,,_""'-- ""' ... .... is the theme of the bership and scope, took another Anatole Rogers, Carisse Thompson : -
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28th Annual Convention of the giant step toward the fulfill- i Juliette Barnwell, Mnvls
Caiphas Rolle of Dumping laking legal action. National Association of Negro ment of its ultimate goal of Adderly, Kevin Bethel, Lillian
Ground Corner Nassau, has Business and Professional Wo "service to all mankind" with Coakley; Miss Lillian Walker,
filed a writ with the Registrar Mrs Dorothea Higgs, 3D, wifeof men's League of Washington as the birth of a new chapter in Dr. Gloria Sands and Dr. Jan-
against Randol Fawkes, claim- Lionel Hlggs, died suddenly! the hostess club. Nassau, Bahamas. ette Bethel; Mesdames T. A.
ing $127.00 as interest due on a Sept. 10 at Esso Standard Oil The President, Mrs. Florence Last week Mrs Julia B. Pur- Toote, G. S. Harrell, E'rma Grant
promisory note. The case will Co., :East.: Bay St., where she Alien Holmes of Massapequa, nell, general president of the Smith, Pearl Cox, Gertrude
be heard in the Supreme Court was a cashier. She is survivedoy N. Y., is expecting 1,000 dele sorority installed on the island. Burnside, Thelma McMillan,
Nov. 18."The her husband, Carol, two sons, gates and guests to attend the a chapter to be known in the' Cynthia Basfield, Donna Don-
Vincent and Jerry, her narents, five meeting.One future as Eta Psi Omega. With aldson, Muriel Eneas, Dolores
Mi. and Mrs 'Harry McDonald; of the outstanding events the setting up of this chapter, Smith, Shirley Vanderpool;
House of Sales," :a cloth and a sister, Mrs. Fred All/ury. will be the annual awards luncheon Alpha Kappa Alpha greatly en Misses Shirley Wright, Vernice
ing store owned by Algernon to be held Sunday November larges its service frontier, for Moultrie and Cyprian Bethel
Roberts was gutted by fire on involved
the members are women
the early morning of Sept. 14 1964 OpportunitiesIn ization 3rd at with noon present, National rogan- of _high cultural and. professional YWCA Jewel ClubThe
and stock valued at between I attainment ready to
Awards \Vomen for outstand-
$14,000 and $lGOOO was destroy, into for implementing
The Peace CorpsThe put operation plans
achlevenments and
community Y Jewels Club of the
ed. The stock was not insured, such phases of the
but the building which was I services. j national program as relate to Northwest YWCA Center, hadits
owned by Gurth Duncombe was. Peace Corps estimates Dr. Deborah Partridge Wolfe, high standards of personal, fam first meeting of the year on
that it will require at least 'lucation chafe of the commit
ily and community living, and Saturday, Sept. 28 at the Center.
Mr. Roberts did business at :),OUO Volunteers to meet the requests ". o on education and labor of thc objectify world.understanding Mrs. Leila Williams, who is
the store on the Market Wharffor of host country 'governments i louse of Representatives, Jj and unity. president of the group, says
three years. That day he in 1961. serving as national convention that membership is open to any
sold some of the damaged goodsat chairman. Present for the event were woman who would like to par-
reduced prices. These needs include; 5,000 Mesdames Lois D. Miles and ticipate in YWCA program. The
teachers, J,000 community development Vivian H. Griffin, Gamma Theta club's program is one of ser-

workers, 700 Health : .,:' ':,..,,,:J Omega, Tampa, Fla. Gwendolyn vice, fellowship and recreation.
George Gladstone Cooper, 19, workers, COO agricultural technicians ,.,>3, '!..: '' ,. ".. Smith, Alpha Rho Omega, Detroit 'The next meeting will be heldon
of Rupert Lane, was charged on and 70U skilled trades.. :: ;I ; Pauline Austin, Yvonne Saturday, Oct. 12 and any
Sept. 21 with aiding and abetting men, technicians and professional Scavella, Naomi Grant, Eliza- person interested may attend at
persons unknown to breaking personnel.The beth Atkinson, Gussie Dobbs that time. For further informa-
and entering the dwelling I and Jocelyn Burroughs, all of tion call he Center, G312G51.DEFENSIVE .
house of Thelma Schroder at greatest demand is for Gamma Zeta Omega in Miami\ ;
Town Court Apts. on Sept 14. teachers 3,000 for secondary and Vernice Reynolyds of E'psi-
A preliminary hearing into the schools, 1,000 for elementaryand son Omego in Baltimore. Mrs. Interested girls and women
charge was set for Oct. 24. GOO for colleges and uni 4 I Reynolds} Is a member:! of the can still take part in the Defensive -
versities. An additional DUO Volunteers < I National Standards Committee. Judo classes at the
..;I are needed for the e c Ceremonies! and workshops Northwest YWCA Center Sgt.
The Rev T. Makepeace, 03, fields of physical, vocational ) took place in the historic Biit- Tillman and Airman West of
who came to the Bahamas for and adult education.In tish Colonial Hotel In Nassau. i ,he Homestead Air Base are the
the first time in 1026, died in Following the work peuod a instructors. The next class will
Poole General Hospital in Eng- the field of health, 500 reception was held for Mrs. be held Tuesday, Oct. 8 at 7
land on Sept. 14. The Rev nurses of all kinds are needed. ,. Purnell, visiting sorors, and p.m.
Makepeace served as pastor ofa Another 200 persons will fill
number of Methodist Churchesin posts as medical, laboratory and \\'l ....x: 1--
the colony, and was chair- ; X-ray technicians, doctors, den. d1ct "o>: '*,,'t SERVICE SALES

man and general superintendent : Jsts, sanitarians, etc. _.... .......... .. .-.. "....:-.. .. TV & Radio
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skills cover a wide range James Voce, whose guar-
Incensed by a talk given Mon- of extension, irrigation, farm dian is Mrs Minnie L. Moseleyof Home service calls within 2 hours
day night, Sept. 16 at Windsor :mechanic, animal husbandry, 11875 SW 21Gth St., Goulds, Improve your TV reception with Installation of a special
Park by labor leader, Randol agricultural engineering. poulay is being reassigned to Sewart I
Fawkes, a crowd estimated at dairying and soil conserva AFB, Tcnn. for training and outdoor antenna Reasonable pride::, guaranteed satisfaction
200 threatened to "beat up" Os- tion. duty as a cook. on repairs and I""orM. Free delivery.
wald Brown, photographer--
porter for the Nassau Daily Tribune The Peace Corps is interestedn Airman Voce recently com-
The Incident developed Volunteers who have recent. pleted United States Air Force AUTHOKIXKD( PACTOUV TV ItKPAIH & SALES
when Brown allegedly refusedto ly retired and also those eligible basic military training here. 1 923 N.W. 62nd Street PL 1.8381
take the picture of a speakerat for a leave of absence from The airman i is a 10G3 graduateof :
the mass meeting as Fawkes their present employment. Mays High School in Miami. :

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Brown's trousers were ripped submit an early application if
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Rev. W. E Sims, pastorA. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1963 PAGE 11

L. Stephens reporter -.-..-.- ----- .
Services on last Sunday were
r very enjoyable and our pastor
delivered both messages. As Miami Council of Churches

usual they were spiritually high

1 I ii choirs and Inspirational.rendered song The service senior Takes Racial StandThe J

jointly throughout the day.
Keep In mind the Month Greater Miami Councilof bring about better understanding , '
Rally. All captains are asked to Churches' board of directors and respect among young :
make a report this Sunday and voted Monday to "endorse the people '
Friday nights before the third statement on race relations and "Out statement of policy has
Sunday. Some of the activities civil rights released by he religious reference to any place or ma-
are: leaders of Dado County jor field where discriminationstill
; on May\ 31. exists.Bethel .
Tuesday, Oct. 15, Talent
Night; Friday Oct. 18, preaching The council "abhors the evi-
; and a I Fish Fry at tho dence of racial discriminationwhich
church. Saturday a pie sale at remain here." Usher Board
the home of Sister Albert Luther C. Pierce, executive
Knight, 1500 NW G5th St., OX director of the council said "we Says ThanksUsher
I-H7 Hand also a pie sale and are going to set up people-to-
barbecue at the church, phone people programs that should Hoard No. 3 of Greater
000-77-15. Sponsors, Sister Daisy help break down barriers awl i Bethel AMB Church wishes to
Mount Hermon Celebrates Ii. Phillips and Gallic FaI on. thank its many friends for the
I Thanking for cooperation given In celebrating
you your coopera

. 6th Annual Woman's Day]" T T 1 tion. ANTIOCH BAPTIST its Special,13th annual thanks tea.:to our assistant I

Services will begin at the 1800 NW Glth St. pastor, Rev P. J. Hicks,
Sunday Oct. 13 will bo the usual; time this Sunday. Mcm-\ Rev 0 W. Foster, pastor Prof. Charles Williams, our hon-
greatest Ladies Day In the his- lArs are urged to please attend Bro. Casey Graham, reporter orary member and guest speaker -
tory of Mt. Hermon AME Sunday School and BTU We The men are sponsoring a for a wonderful message Mr.
Church. are continuing in prayer fci dinner sale, Saturday, Oct. lat Dan Francis" Miss Gwendolyn
our sick] and shutIns.FRIENDSHIP the parsonage.Sunday Fussell, Cathy Darling, Sharon

ChaIrladIes are Mrs. Fannie Oct. 13 there will bea Brown, Sandra Harmon, Roslyn
Fields and Mrs. Essie Lewis. "Fall Fashion Tea" at the McGruder, Janie Adams, Mrs.
They have not left a wheel unturned nome of Deacon Howard Coach Eloise Kemp, Mrs. Bernlco
in preparing for this excellent Hev. J. E, Jenkins, pastor Townsell soloist who
man, 15810 NW 18th Ave. Guest guest was
celebration. In this celebration . Ruby Lee Carr, reporter speaker will be> Lester C. Albert Just wonderful, accompanied by

knowing that Christ JA I Sunday services were most i owner of the House of Al- her husband at the piano; Cath-
comes first, we have selected I enjoyable. The pastor delivered I bert Funeral Home. Time, from erine Mooney, fc'lolsc Johnson,
some of the finest talent and both morning and evening .I to 0) p.m. Laura Wilson, Robert Stokes
Christian women to I/ring to sermons with power. As I These activities:: are in the and to our members who playeda
us our message. Rv usual. Ills subjects were "It'sa behalf of Men's Day observanceto ) l part on the program.

The morning speaker is an wonder what the Lord can i be held Oct. 20 Special thanks also to all
do" and "He Died."
Pray for and visit the sick.
Instructor Hooker T. Washington hoards clubs the
at There will be a musical tea guilds for
High School. She Is Mrs. Sunday Oct. 13: from 5 to
----.--------- P.m. ut the home of Deacon nnd TEMPLE BAPTIST make the tea a success.
Sister Albert Lewis;, 710 NW Mrs. Maymo Tarlton of Cln-
r $p yoru 55th) St., sponsored by the members Rev L. A. Thompson, pastor rlnntti, mother of Mrs Charles
, of Ward No. U- with Sis Tonight (Friday) the women L. Williams picked the souvenir
Ladene Jenkins and Sis. tlctherEthcrldge will sponsor a straw ride in behalf gift from the box which contain.
'v as captains. A cordial of their Woman's Day ed u midget purse with 13 dimes,
4, welcome I Is extended you Drive. Transportation will representing/ the 13th annual tea.
to join them at the tea. leave the church, 1723 NW 3rd She was also crowned( :as Special I

_ .4, 1, KHRIH I4E1VIS Our continued prayers: are Ave., at 7:30: and will tuke the Guest for the afternoon
Co-chairman with the sick] and those who riders to Miami Beach, then to Again we say thanks to every.
lal are In distress. The pastor's official the home of Mrs A, Newbold one for helping to raise the
., 4-- guests. in Liberty Donation amount of $32( .35.
City. $1.00
y Rev H. I.'. Green and his congregation staff and members Join
of 1\It. Zion AME their reporters in saying: Mrs. Florence Washington: ,
Sunday at 8 the
Chuch of Opa-locka. are always welcome at our ser-. will p.m. women 1 president; Rev. S, A. Cousin,
a "Talent Pro-
vices. Come to church. Have "sponsor pastor; Miss Orethca Allen, reporter
All choirs and other
We are looking forward to your faith lifted gram. our .
will Chair-
guests participate
seeing you Sunday and remember -
Mrs L. Williams and
man co-
have plenty of
we room
and parking space to serve ST. PAUL A. M. E. chairman, Mrs L. Ai. Cole- GREATER BETHEL AME
brook and their co-workers]
you. Rev '1'. C. Kelley Jr., pastor extend, cordial invitation to, Over 150 coptalns!'! have been
firs' Lea a named to lead the Women's i
Cray reporter ( i
We asking their friends to bo present \
I. are your prayers Our service nti! Spend Day drive this year Scheduled
Sunday was ts
that God will bless us always the day ut Temple.
to culminate !In
best with choir no. 1 furnishing an all-day service -
md: our efforts will be successful the music with Mrs\ W. Robinson It was good to see Mrs. Ellen Nov. 17, the women have

t' My.i; ',,' at the organ. Mrs. Draynon gave Wallace out on Sunday after she already begun to work diligently -

__;\>_.____.;;.... 'V_ our womans day Its first boostIn had been sick for several weeks. for n successful climax.
the morning service making "Get well" to her and others
Mrs. Frances Gause
FAXMK PIKLWSChairman each member forth who still confined to their Trapp: ,
put are
C. J, Burney every the general chairman, has
pastor announced -
effort to reach our goal the se homes because of lllcnss,
Sis Claudia Wilson, reporterOn that, In addition to the
cond !In Nov Our
_ Gloria l3. Robinson. The even- Sunday, Oct. 13 at 3 p.m. was Sunday graced with tho presence service , regular co-chairmen, Miss Melzlu -
Ing speaker is an Instructor at ordination service will he held of Mr. Ross of Ebenezar NEW BETHEL BAPTIST Elliott and Mrs Susie W.
the Liberty City Elementary at which time Bro. Charles Methodist\ Church who Francis, assistants havo been
School. She is Mrs. Thelma Weatherspoon, will be ordainedas I gave us 1Q71 1 NW oath Terrace selected to work directly with
solo "If I
a lovely can help
Outler. There will also be minister. The No. 2 choir Somebody". The Holy Communion Rev la, nest Williams, !pastor them. Assisting Mrs. Cause are
soloists and what Deacon Fred Williams, Mesdames Fannie
special guest will render the song services. was given. The chair. tepuuei Jernigan,
have you! Note the time change: in our I man of woman's day, Mrs. J. Behold how good and how Mildred Monroe, Mattle: Peterson -
evening services. Services will Mason will a Mrs. Woman's plasaw it Is for brethren to and Arlene Cunlnghnm are
At 3 dinner will be serv- sponsor
p.m. assisting Miss Elliot who also
dwell In
together unity. Psalm ,
be gin at 7 -
to the p.m. /: day tea Sunday, Oct. 20,
ed on the grounds spec- 133:1.: : has a male member of t h a
from 4 to 0 P.M. at the church
The celebration of our Mis- Mr. Robert L. Stokes.
1870 N. W. Cl Terr. The hour of our night ser- group
sionary Society's second anniversary Mrs E. Robinson captain of vice will bo changed( from 7:30: Mrs lona Bucholtz, Gladys
GREATER ST. MARK P.B. will be observed Mon club 18 will a chit chat to 7 o'clock. Please don't for- Braynon, Tola Edwards: and
day. Oct. 11, 8 p.m. Your pres- get the new time Wanda R. Poole are assistants
chew Sunday from 4 to G oc-
Rev. F. L. Johnson pastor
ence Is expected. A teen-age to Mrs. Francis,
Mrs. Ruthie Mae Scott, reporter minister, Rev. Alvin Jones, a lock. Last Sunday the serviceswere All members of Greater
"God will Deliver. Do you member of the Mt. Hermon most wonderful. The Bethel AME are urged to cooperate -
believe this? We were spiritually :Methodist Church, Ona-locka, ANTIOCH BAPTIST choir sang from the bottom of with their captain. Distribution
fed throughout the day. Our and a student of the Nor t h Bro. Casey Graham, reporter their hearts. of assignments will
own Rev. Johnson closed the Dade High School will deliver There will be dinner sale at Please don't forget to visit be made Oct. 13. Captains are
services asking the question the nessage. Our own youth a the sick and shut-ins. asked to lie present at the
the Saturday throughout
"Who do men say that I am?" choir wljl} render the song service J parsonage the day. You can purchase Sister Sadie Green !la: home morning service. Special corn
from the hospital; and is do- mlttees are still being formed,
dinner OXMGG1.Sunday .
The Deacon's and Officers a by calling Ing fine. members are asked to join a
Club is selling dinners every Sister Rcna Thompson Is In afternoon at four You and yours are nlwayb committee.TO .
Saturday at the church, 1455 need of two pints of blood. You there will be a Fall Tea at the welcome to worship with us,
NW 53rd St. Stop by and dine may make your donation at the home of Dec. Howard Coachman WOltHllll AT MT.HKItMO.V .
with us as much as you can Jackson Memorial Hospital In 15810 N. W. 18th Ave., Opa : -
eat for a dollar We Invite you her name. And remember those Locka, Guest speaker will be Mr. MT. CALVARY BAPTIST An Invitation Is open to all
to attend Prayer services and who are grieved over the loss Lester C. Albert owner of The Stewards:; pres-
our other church activities of their loved ones. Sister So- Homse of Albert funeral home. Rev. S. AtchInson, pastor ent 8 p.m. at Mt. llcrmon AMR
throughout the week. fronla Morgan, lost her mother, These actlvles are In the behalf Constance Carter, reporter with I1ev, & L. Gay Ushers
Visit the sick and shutinsand Bro Wilus Sorey lost his of Men's Day Observanceto Truly the spirit of Christ was and choirs are also asked to
pray for them. Deacon mother and Sister Euble En- Ue held Sunday, October 20th. with us In last Sunday. Both bo present Rov Cousin will

Hicks is home now and ask the right lost her husband. All of Starting Monday night Oct. services were Just wonderful.The preach during the service.fOJf.uS .
prayers of the church. these as well as others need llth through Oct. 18th, there pastor's themes for morn
words of consolation and your and about : pun 11IHIIOI'Mrs.
will be a verlcty of services at ing evening were
prayers. the church each night. There Jesus. No sermons could have Fannie Jcrnlgan Is callIng -

SALTERS CHAPEL AME You are always welcome to will be four nights of preaching been better than that of simplythe all members of the Cousinfor
Rev. H. J. Benson, pastor services. with outstanding ministers of name of Jesus, Bishop Club to meet Fri-
Flossie Marshall, reporter our the city and on Friday night Our pastor did preach out of .day, Oct. 11, 8 p.m. at toM NW
Sunday School started at 0:30: there will be a musical program. his soul. Bring St.a Business friend. of importance. i

a.m. with a great attendance of MT. CARMEL BAPTIST Auxiliary Hoard No. 1 invites
Next Jr. Choir
people. The lesson was Rev D. A. Bradley, pastor Sunday, the
young Mrs. Odessa W. Williams ZION HOPE BAPTIST and Usher Hoard will render everyone to attend Its an
reviewed the pastor.
niversary tea, Oct. 13 in the
their services both
at warships
Being the first Sunday, a When I first found Jesus! 5129 NW 17th Avenue lower auditorium of the
high service started at 11 a.m. something over me rolled; like with the Male Chorus singing at
Rev Paul Freeman, pastor church The time is 4:00: to 0
The choir sang with the spirit lightening it went thru and Sunday service was high the evening worship. pm A special program hasbeen
with Mrs Esther Finch at the glory fill my soul I am determ- throughout the day. Both choirs The Willing Workers will celebrate arranged:: for the inspiration
oragn and Mrs. Clara Under- ined to hold out to the end. were in charge. their anniversary on next of all. n

wood at the piano. Usher board .No. 1 is having a Sunday. For their anniversary, The pastor will attend the
Rev. Henson brought a very Bible Class every Tuesday fashion tea Sunday at 3 p.m. Rev J. W. Stephens and his con annual conference which began
strong and inspired message. night 8:00: P.M.Remember at the Liberty Square Auditor- gregation will be with us at 3 this week in Tallahassee.

Don't forget the sick and to visit the sick ium in 14th Ave. p.m. Each and everyone is nlvitcd Greater. Bethel is host this yearto
shut-ins. May God Mess and meditations. Junior c h o I r No. 1 Is In to come out and help make the South Florida Annual

keep' them. Will see you next and Theme "I am Determined" charge of the kitchen Saturday this a big celebration. Conference in December,

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: : '- 'iUDE.ATHS Wife of PublisherDies I, r

in Philly ,

-.,,__ Mrs. Bertha Perry Rhodes,
i __.---_ OL- __ ___T.l't.'fr '::tr.fI11i r-,1i.
wife of Publisher E. Washington -
Rhodes of the Philadelphia /

CARDS ... 1EWIALSIN RANGE . Tribune, died Monday, Oct. 7 3
MRS\ HESTER ROLLE, 251o after a prolonged/ illness,. 1
l"I '- '" ,"- NW G7th St., died Oct. 4. Mrs.:; I : y
Rolle had Ltecn a resident for Funeral Services were held r

In AppreciationThe over 13 years and made many: Wednesday at Lombard Central : j"1 U
MEMORIAL friends. She is survived by Presbyterian Church and inter-

I In loving memory of our son family of the late, three daughters, :Mrs: : Dorothy:: ment was at Mt. Lawn Ceme-

and brother, MRS.: EARTHA HELL! DAVIS Harris, who l is a teacher at tery.

----............-..-" wishes to express its sincere Hooker T. Washington) J High i .
appreciation and gratitude for School, Mrs Cor'ne McNeal,

the many kindnesses shown, Mrs. Eleanor H Hey and Dean one of Albert . .
the words of comfort or condolence brother, Livingston
tele- Dania. Services Saturday, 11 ALFRED L. HARRIS, 147Ms
floral expressions,
from their a.m. at the St. Marv'a' We&lcy South Dixie Highway, died ,.
grams prayers an Methodist' Church wrh the Oct. 1. His survivor are wife,

many friends.A Rev. Ilu: old Stuart o oii.t-atln: Rosa Lee; son, James; father,

special note of apprecia- Pallbcaiw rituals will be held] Rev Smith Harris of Sanders-

ion goes to Lester Albert, the in the uiapel 8 I pm. Friday ville. Ga., four brothers and i
t q ) Rev. Kelly and the St. Paul I and sha will he placed In repose three sisters. Final rites in

Methodist Church family for ithe: church Saturdayat Sandersville. Mrs. Robinson Is

making our heavy burden of 7:00: a.m.
.hat dark hour of sorrow a --- ROBERT J. HODGES, 7001 Mt. Hermon

b ,die easier to bear.Signed MISS DOROTHY WILLIAMSof r NW 15th Ave., husband of Mrs.
p' 2 b UAi l lOGO NW 'l lith i bt., apt.. 7 died Josephine Hodges died Oct. 3. Women's Day

: Oct. 1. There are no Known Chapel services were conducted -
airs Bernice Woolen, relatives. Services held Thursday Oct. 5 with Rev. W. E. Sims Speaker

daughter Oct 10 at 4 p.m. in the officiating. He is also survived
+ Mrs. Gloria Braynon) -
y i EA Edward Brown, son chapel with Rev A. C. Mozell oy two daughters, Mrs. Eliza-
will be speaker forWomen's
beth Given and Louise Hodges.
; Day at Mt. Hermon,

v N A i ,li srt tn\ u .ii i A ftl.1In WILLIE J. GREENE of 16205 ABRAHAM CARTER died at Opa-locka'or the 11 a.m.on Sunday service., Oct. 13

I NW 18th Ave. a-ycar-old son
loving memory of our home, 210 NW IGth Terr., Oct.
Marion Greens
of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Robinson received her
Jear mother, His survivors include a
ants MAUDE JOHNSON died Oct. [O. Beside his parents 14. three sons, three sisters B. A. degree In foreign langu-
Hu is survived by a daughter, from Talladega College.
SAMUEL BOWE who departed this life October I and two brothers Remains ifies
and sisters. Services: Friday at' has also studied Russian
She ;
this lite Octoboi'
: 1950.
departed -, 'were sent to Manning,
7, 1SX52. gown a road that's calm and a p.m. in the chapel with Rev I S. C. for final rite. at Georgetown University, Ger
May ne rest in peace. peaceful A. C. Mozell officiating. man and Spanish at Florida:

Gone but not forgotten Guided by God's loving hand MRS SARAH MATHS 2288 V and M University and
Bruce Bowe, father The has a journeyTo Hialeah died in French conversation at the
: gone upon flichardson . W. 4th Ct., ,
In Paris. Last
Ellen Bowe, mother a distant, brighter land. Kendall Hospital Oct. G. Ser- Sorltonne sum-
Walter, Willard, James And although your heart is Mrs Mollie Johnson, 001 NW vices will be conducted Satur- mer she received a government
brothers heavy NW 2nd Ave. died Oct. 2. Ser- day 1 p.m. at New Mt. Zion stipend to attend a French Institute -

Dorothy Osborne, With the sorrow you must vices held from Mt.Aon Bap- Baptist Church, Rev. R. C. at the University of

Juanita Cole,, sisters bear tist Church on Oct. 8, Rev. E. I Solomon, pastor.Your Miami.

May it help to bring you com- T. Graham officiating. Mrs. She has traveled extensivelyto

IN MEMORIAM fort, Johnson is survived by a England] Holland, Belgium,
there. Lula Kirton a grand
she is
Knowing happy daughter, Ireland Canada
In sad and loving memory of The Children daughter, four great-grand Child and Italy,Martinique, in the, French
our departed one, children.
MRS. LENORA ROBERTS West Indies. She has just recently -

STYLES RAINES CARD OF THANKS( JOSEPH TRECO, 1518 1 NW returned in Africa from with spending her
who entered eternal rest October 02nd St., died Oct. 5. His body
The family of the late. husband who is a commercialpilot
0, 19G2. was shipped to Rogers Funeral .
Servant of God well done ....- Home of Tampa\ where arrangement 1 there.
s She Is member of St. Paul
warfare's I a
Thy glorious past will be completed.
the office
AME Church and holds -
The l/attle's fought the victory'swon aolgiinnp U hl q{ [JO.TA.msJojT "HII of president of the Cathedral -
1 li ..,rbara Lewis.
is memberof
And thou art crowned at l last choir. She also

Howard P. Styles, son the Dade County Foreign
Louise S. Roach, daughter Language Teachers Asociatlon
Irene R. Straughlcr, sister CARD QF THANKSThe and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority.

Blanch R. Cornell, sister family of the Into Presently she is a teacher of
James D. Roberts Jr.: ,
N 'rench and Spanish at the
brothel i 'w" 1p.f.r..r S9'ltd' Hooker T. Washington High i
Erskine A. Roberts: School
broth. 1)11.) JAY r.UTIKKIlUK<:


Many parents ask, "Do you C. Cogdell, principal

_. In.&.!loving< ..memory, .. of our son., think you could help my child?
Adrienne Gonzales ;
tier appetite is i 1 so poor and she prcs.dentof
id t1 gets colds so easily." the Student Council at

:: Many people are of the. Brownsville, was present to Install -
that "children's dl- our Student Council in a
.g t ':"J0'; !>" are difrerent from those I most Impressive ceremony durIng -

,<..;....?.:. c f the adult.( In reality there our last assembly. The following -
s little difference, for the officers wore Installed:
i Is' the Theda James, president; Audrey
t child'* body same func-
1! t 0i Campbell vice president; Deborah
tionally as the adult's. You
.aah Livingston, secretary;
POLIE POITIERvho i were once a child.A .
YP Patricia Jennings, assistant !secretary
1G wish
passed September child rule makes Cheryl Olliff Lfjsiness
; ,
rs: ;fik' Z as a ,
thanks and appreci-
} :) express amiIghhol's Y (hoot the hest patient . manager; Debra Williams, chaplain -
,i ion to our many( friends mainly for the reason that he ; Ruby Hums editor.
for cards telegrams,
:' ,
The major
has not carried nerve interference a newspaper con-
orals and kindness shown
as Ion! and since his holy( year Include a newsnapar::! containing
uring our bereavement. is in the formative stage, will our Honor Roll and Perfect

We especially want to thank ....- respond better and more Attendance List.
than the adult. The faculty was Indro- hapnvto
he Rev. L. A. Thompson
have Mrs. Dansky visit withus
he Temple Baptist Church and passed September 13, wish It Is only sound reason thatIf
he Bain's Funeral Home for Chiropractic will work for I again. Not only Is she Inspiring -
10 express our deepest to the pupils! but to the
heir warm and friendly services lion to the friend; who throughyour one person (adult) it will work I teachers
I as well.
to i or another (child.)
thoughtfulness Plans are being made to acquaint
lie leaves to mourn, his wife make our bereavement more The principle is i Immutable; I our parents with the
.:...... w'Jf{#.. ,'J Lillian, a father, Herbert Polt- bearable. Special thanks to Rev and Is applicable to any condition hoofs curriculum. The areas

JAMES LAWRENCE ler, four daughters, Patricia, C J. Burney and( his congregation As we have said before, of Reading nnd Arithmetic will
BARNETT !Marlyn, Gerth, Terri, three of New Providence Baptist I Chiropractic is good for any be stressed
who passed to the Great Beyond sons, Napoleon, Dewitt, and Church, and the Range\ Funeral part of the body which nerves The curriculum committee

October 10, 1057 Polie Jr., one sister and one Home for their charm and supply and nerves supply every shared with the faculty duringthe
"Father In Thy gracious keep brother and other relatives. heartfelt service. part.It. regular professional faculty

ingLcave Thank you, Annie M. Chancy and is well worth meeting "Some Approaches
us now Thy servant very your "
The Family In
sleeping." Family while to have your children Reading Mrs Sylvia Rolle'presented

Miss Lottie E'. Ward, mother checked by a Chiropractic if very beautifully mama
fwnn OF TRI 1US there is suspicion of diseaseor techniques and Ideas that could
And Family
I :J MEMORIAH: I lack of ease in the body. For be used In any classroom.The .
The entire family of the late, I third grade classes In
the block
the to that
CARD GF T51AfKS! In memory of our dear sis- JOSEPH ERNEST BETHELwho 28 and I vital sooner life energy, Is removed the charge of devotion during Fir!
ter and aunt died September Prevention Week, reminded us
) less damasre will lie' done and
The family of the. late MARY S. DAVIS was laid to rest October 5, the of many fire safety tips. In addition -
CATHERINE POWELL who departed to the Great Be- wish to thank the many friendsfor I quicker response. to this, the second grade

who departed this life, September yond, October 0, 1957. kindness shown during his Your Chiropractor will welcome l- quartet (Karlar Murray Janis
25 wishes to take this Only one life, it will soon be lllnes and death. Thanks also you and your children in Anders, Sassandra Perkins and

method to express their sincere past; to those who were so kind to his office, for a healthy gnpratlon Arlethea Jones) rendered a selection -
thanks to the many friends for Only what's done for Christ contribute cars, cards of sympathy will make a better nation.Is of the song, "Sparky,
numerous cards, telegrams, will last. :: telegrams; and flowers your child a chiropracticcase the Fire Dog."
florals and all other kindnesses May her soul rest in peace, during their bereavement. ? Our faculty was deeply saddened -
shown during their hour of be- and light perpetual shine upon Special thanks to the variousIYullch by the recent death of
reavement. Special thanks to her. for their remembrance (Ono of a series of article one of our beloved citizens in
Rev. Cambridge of Kelly Mrs. Constance Strachan, Bethell Williams Funeral i published In the public Interestto the community, Madame: Helena
Chapel AME Church for offi- Mrs. Emily Strachan, Home for its fine service, explain and Illustrate tho SIfontes. She donated many of
ciating the eulogy and Fran- Mrs. Helen Taylor Father Lambert Sands, rectorof practice of scientific, chiropractic her valuable possessions to the

cis Funeral Home for such efficient Mrs. Rosalyn Seymoursisters St. Agnes Episcopal Church written l>v Ur. Jay Gutierrez school such as, books, records,
service rendered. for his inspiring words of com- whose office is located at and a book case. Because of

Janet Davis, Leonard Douglas, I fort. May the Lord bless and the corner of N\V 22nd Ave. this gesture, the Student Coun-

Corine Cooks, daughtersOne Hosea Douglas, brothers I keep you. and 36th St. Phone 6341117.Lady cil will place a memoriam for
son, Thomas Nephews and nieces The Bethel Families attendant on duty. her in the library.

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CBS, the roof, garage awnings,
I appliances, air conditioned,
house and yard arc Immaculate. FOR SALE FOR f REFIT

This beauty Is n bargain at +
$11,000 with $350: down and VERY BEST LOCATION. Very THREE ROOM p<1rtment, PL
easy FHA terms. Key at Life J largo 3-bedroom, 2-bath CBS, : 1-4292. t
Realty1032 NW 7 Ave., PL tremendous kitchen, pantry,
9-1371 open evenings and Sun- Fla. J'OOI11.trotnl $13,700, $150 PARTLY FURNISHED -bcd-
days. down, term( \ A. Ren-Korl, Real. room house NW 07 St., near
tor, 714 NW 02 St., nlte PL 27 Ave., phone, NET 4-0127:'
QUALIFYING Large 9-5533: days PL -1-3131. Phone

s : freshly painted 2.-bedroom anytime, also! office open Sun- FURNISHED 3-bedroom house,
house, enclosed front porch, day at noon. living room, dining room, kitchen
FOR RENT FOR SALE i separate utility house. Price Is and l1<1th. Large\ corner lot.
only $7,500, $200 down and $70 I DRIVE RY 671 NW DO St. A Very quiet no children 5000
3-BEDROOM 3-bath large lal' month Key in at Life Realty, I I Real l money saver:, In I a nice l lo- NW 23: Avo.FURNISHED. i>
$BIG FRONT ROOM: $12 per- room or 2- toner lots 1500 NW 4932 .N\V 7 Ave.I PL 9-1371. Open cation. Live In a real lovely
week PL 7-0072, 727 NW 00 st. 45 SGLOVELY I evenings ana l uunuays. home, come see $500., down, ROOM private'
- you pay only $50: month as we home
I nice and quiet, hot and
; LOVELY EFFICIENCY for 1 (CBS HOUSE 3-bed- will rent the roar home for you. cold water. 2191 NW 59 St., NE
or 2, $15 per week, 3 nice houses rooms, total price $2,800, FHA, OPEN SUNDAY 2-5, 1380 NW Call A. .Bcn-Korl Realtor, 714 4-2201 or J E 8-3 HH.
__ \ $18 ahd $22, NE 5- 5GO. $10 a month. Heaters, air conditioners :39 St. Lovely 2-bedroom plus j NW 62 St. Bites PL 0-6533, days
and beautiful shrubs sleeping den, wonderful for I PL 4-3131 )phone anytime, also 1-bedroom duplex, air conditioned -
JlEAUTIFUL HOUSE!, fenced!! location, Richmond Heights, child's room. Air condition, I office open Sunday at nopn: central heating, new
yard. Will rent to small family, 13921 Madison St., CE 8-2078 heat, CBS, tile roof, carporte, house, nice clean neighborhood -
".a ($22 per week. Cah buy, $100 beautiful yardTotal only 2-CRS beauties on 1 lot, central completely furnished.
."..j [down, balance same as nHH. FULLY FURNISHED 3-bed $11,000. $350; down $78 month heating, hardwood floors, Adults preferred, call G35-0222.
5,u" -5-55GG.! pays all. Don't miss this bar- carporte. Rent 1 and live rent
4 rooms, enclosed frottt 'porch, gat: n. A. Ben-Korl Realtor, 71-1 free No qualifying, $15,000 total NICE ROOMS, 1020 NW 2nd
., itoo1iN PRIVATE HOME carporte, fenced yard, : NW G2 St nltes PL 9-5533: days $1,200 down, $100 nor month. Ave. Hill Guest House. Mrs.
for nice man, 1173 NW 70 St. fruit trees, furniture and Price appli-Is PL 4-3131. Phone anytime, Shell Realty 42CO NW 7 Ave, Iiabcll Hill, Mgr. $10 weekly,
OX 1-O125. ances are Very town, office open Sunday at noon. 758- 551. phom 373-1082, if no answer
only $9,500, $300 and easy 50tlj I I I call PL 1-8301 Cooking.

071 NW 50 St. STREET, lovely I. payments. See at 520 NW TOTAL $11,500. $350., down, 2-I3EDROOM CHS beauty carport -
location, furnished one bedroom St. Key Js at Life Realty, 4932 $78., month pays all. Drive by tile roof, screened porch, NICE CLEAN ROOMS. 5311
home adults; only, $20., weekly NW 7 Ave.and PL 9-4371. Open 1330 NW 38 St., then call me. I'\ appliances:; many\ extras, Only NW :30th place, rooming house,
Including lights and water. See evenings Sundays. 2 bedroom CBS Ueauty/ plus $10,200, $350: ( down, $03 C month. S10 and $12 weekly with cook-
Owner In front house Sunday, Lovely Fla. room, fenced corner Shell Realty, 4200 NW 7 Ave, Ing. Mrs Isabcll)) Hill, Mgr.
phone PL 7- iVO. NO CLOSING COSTS Nice cleanest home In the block! 758-6551.: Phone 373-1082: If no answer
.... CBS 2-bodrooms, tile roof, garage -
--::' Gorgeous All Tile Bath, heat- call PL 1-8301
appliances, enclosed i front
room In Opa-locka, call NA porch. Large fenced yard, bar- I A. Zen-1'orl, Realtor, 714 NW TRASH HAUUNO 1-BEDROOM) l : apartment, 2 Ucd-
becue. Only $11,000.. $350: down ; Also:; van for moving Free
1-8180 02 St., ales PL 0-5533, days room house, painted rooms!l.I l.
I end $G8 month. Key at Life II III days PL .j-3 J31. Phone anytime "stlmatc. For Information call)) nice yard. FR. 4-4085. O19
4932 NW 7 Ave. PL 0100113.
I Realty, Jndf
office Sunday
PRIVATE ROOM, bath and en- open
9-1371. evenings and Sun-
Open I
trance. Single person. 025 NW days. noon. CHILDREN DAY CARE Ser-
52 St., PL 7-17G7. i J"Jh"Jlln'' Responsibility' ) Anti vice from 0 months up. Pick up
The J\JlIt'I"'llU Revolution} )'()rJUgh'N. and deliver. Phone G91-6537
h 1 or
Beautiful DO YOU NEED a very g
(nm- o a 11
kitchen privileges, private bath like new CBS. Tile roof, awning home, but can't qualify for a .
and entrance NE 5-5283, 18GO windows, garage, tremendous loan. I have a 4-bedrooni, on a t>_
NW 17 St.. mild In kitchen double door I beautiful corner lot, only $7.r 0.,
I closets.;, e {andscaped lot. down, with 1 mortgage for $77a Finest Selections in Miami
2-BEDROOM: HOUSE furnished House Is full of beautiful furni- month. Total price 9950.
also efficiency free lights and I ture and modern appliances.A A, Bcn-J or1. Realtor, 711 NW
water. OX 1-0073. bargain at $12,500 and pay- 02 St. rites PI. 0-5533: days PL Lovely homes OpenNew
ments arc only $73 month. .J.-J: J32. Phone nnyftlmo, office Low Down PaymentsEZ

h'URNISIIID Apt., with nice i Life Realty 4932 NW 7 Ave. open Sunday( at noon. TERMS LESS THAN RENT
big yard reasonable, call OX PL OM371 open evenings and
1-2 j2G. Sundays. BEAUTIFUL large 'J-bedroom .
corner CBS, barbecue! pit, 2 car

FURNISHED weekly rooms. FITA TERMS Lovely corner: carporte) something different Ina 538 NW 41st Street
$8.50 single $10 double. Mae's house, completely fenced and floor }plan, call on this! pure
Guest house 2170 WashingtonAve. landscaped yard, large Florida total $13,800.( ( $150.. down A. Bon- I Gorgeous CBS 3-betIroom, Fla. room, oak floor,
., Opa-locka.. 019 room, wall to wall carpeting, Korl, Realtor 711 NW 02 St., plus many extras. $400 down. $73 per month.
separate garage, beautiful Inside niter PL 9-5533: phone anytime, i $11,900 total price.
2-BEDROOM HOUSE. II o t and out. $300 down and easy also office open Sunday at noon. I
water hid yard. $20 week. Alpo FIIA pavments. Key at Life I I D
4room house, $12.50 a week. Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL I HOUSE, LARGE 3-bedroom 230 NW 51st StreetLike
Call Saturday 2200 NW 62nd 9-4371. Open evenings and $500! down, no qualifying, 1833
St Phone G88-1825. 011 eundays.: j NW 15 St., NE 1-0200. : new CBS 2-bedroom, hardwood floors, awning

..... ..... .. ...........,. windows and appliances $400 down, $75 per
l._ __" *..*__*.."'_*..I '* ''. ."L'::.y CJ.-" "' "" "':: ..
l fSr.'uHlJOM: furnished apt. All month $12,500 total price.
utilities, downtown area $18 ef Let us show you how to be proud of your home 0 ._.
fictency. $13 Call) Mlcklns Rental with our services
290 NW 48th Street
Agency. NK 4-0500. Indf
PAINTING Lovely CBS 2-bcdroom, Fla. room, hardwood! floors
clean one-bedroom -
NICE apt.
Unfurn. Nice quiet place. 0300 I NEW KITCHEN CABINETSIf And' tile roof. $400 down, $77 per month. $12,500

NW Pith Ave. FIt 1-0797 or NE you need/ it We do it. No job too small ( I .total.,.. price.; '1 .

4-1880. 018 i Bank financing arranged ,"'* t .

NICE ROOM, hot and cold t 295: 'NW 48th Street

water, $8- weekly, 2120 NW 4 Ct. '' Call FITZGERALD BUILDERSFor Gorgeous pBS' 2Jj dro- m' hardwood floors, tile roof
I free estimation at 757,\3677 anytime and!:\. carporte on Jovely corner lot. $350 down, $63

FURNISHED or unfurnished .. ..... .... ..... .... .... "- "'::. "'-.... "" ."" .....4.. .... .... .........."'- ...........:. .................,.. I pdr..month If $11,000_ total price.
apt Uj; Opa-locka area. 1-brd "
room ,unfurnished SI5 week 't ;:::::: .;. .;.. ,;. = = -..-.-.-= :: ::: -=;;::;: = ;;::;,
bedroom. unfurnished. $18. 1 1't'cuoom '. 1(, 285 NW 51st Street

furnished $21. 2-bcd ):t Sale 1 Sale 1 ,,' Lovely CBS 2-bedroom, oak' floors, tile roof and appliances
room" furnished $25 Call Mir ) $400 down $71 month. $11,500 total
I NE 4-0500)
Mm Rental\ Agency. Indt Beds $9.90 Dressers $8.50 price.

) Sofas $15 Chairs $5.00 o -

von RANT OR TiKARR 1335 NW 41st Street
Stoves $20
Refrigerators $29 -
For long or shirt terms 10 { Owner pays closing costs on this lovely 2-bedroom,
rooms with 20x40 hdllway) In Clothing Shoes Fla. room, hardwood floors and carporte. $300 down,
the center. Suitable\ ,for lawyer* $73 month. $9,000 total price.
or doctors! with a drive In door I Bargain Corner I
'NEW: 4 HKPROOM; 2 bath Ir I I 0-
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>IP-< enf hank: financing Call
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. ... ... . --- -- room, ,
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"" 11"tI"tI"1I"1r1I"1rtr1rVETERAN'S "
..1"D'r! ';I.Ir
SECURITY Tllls column i Is prepared

PAGE 14 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1963 weekly nt the VA Office 884 W.

Flaglcr St., :.Miami, for Informa-

C JRNER don of Veterans in this area.

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FI "'", l."I 1.I1..a..A ---- ------ -- -

M 11,1jiJ \. IE.IJIJI..S. which we rent to tenants. In
-As _-_ w,,, UA The Commander Spanish War reporting my Income to VA, I
--- - Veteran Department of Alabama understand I need only report
the net income but must I report -
"Inquire before you retire was reporting in their
You may have heard or read Newsletter on the efficiently all of the net or Just my

; this phrase before and wondered operated outpatient clinic at the .

( what it really means in con VA Regional Office in Mont half.A. Whether are under
I you
social secur "The treatment we are
; nection with your gomery. the old] pension law, or the new
old timers
ity. getting keeps us law which went into effect July
What it means is that you and peppy." lie demonstratedwhat the income

\ t'. ......-. ..-.. should prepare benefits for applying with the for he meant with a veterans cartoonot only 1, lOGO on, you your report share as your In.
social security 05-year-young
Look back the years. if
over come. Of course, you were
care you prepare for an sitting at a Uar. The caption read."We're ,
"PSEUDO-WISDOM" Do regret that you did not same the wife
you under new law yoUr
in full swing.. important events in yuur life. being foolish as h-
School is now go all out for learning? Now will would also have to report her
strive to transmitthe Inquiring before you retire squandering our pension checks
Again we that day is here are you
your Income
share of the net as partof
of the facts on the documents Lets Find Some
accumulated knowledge as prepared as you would like give you on. this stuff. go income
and the special M her reportable *
mankind to young people. to be? proofs, uins.
Some students are in insti- Perhaps you could have information you will need to
tutions of higher learning ful- been spared from this regret. bring along with you when you PENDING LEGISLATIONOne Annual
filing partially their aspirations. Maybe someone tried to tell finally apply for your social bill that Is being con-

Others are not in any way engaged you of their own expieriences. security benefits. sidered In Congress will be of
in the formal educative "A fault of youth is that youth Basically] you will] need to much interest to widows who State Conference To

process. thinks that intelligence is a prove your age. To do this, a are receiving dependency and
All would be well if it were substitute for experience and a birth certificate will be suffic- indemnity compensation. Thisis Winter HavenThe

not for the "razzle dazzle" and fault of age is that age thinks ient. If, yowever, you do not the benefit paid to certain
"ballyhoo" created by those that experience Is a substitute have one, a baptismal certificate widows where the veteran died 24th Annual Session for
young people who are not. for intelligence' can be used, or old insurance from servIce.connected disabilities :: the Branches of NAACP in Florida -

interested in school. papers, school records, The proposed legislation will be held In Winter Haven .
It is ironic that when we discover voting records census records Nov. 7 through 9 it was
and heaven would raise the basic rate from ,
God pity may about living I
certain things document
:! etc. The type of you announced this week by the
to per
who is
help each one so which make Life more enjoyable $112 per
lie explained you I
need can Joel E. Atkins, presidentof
such bill
affected. Give those souls that old. month. In the event a
we are usually local social security of- the Con.
I/ranch of
at the host
little something needed. Grant Eventually we see the value l your if inquire before you is passed, ladies, you won't haveto
that they might find them- and virtue of education. this ready you to retire. apply for the increase in your ference.
selves before it is too late. awakening comes late in life are Another thing usually neededis checks they will be adjusted An elaborate program I is being -

The more one learns the when most opportunties have the amount of your earningsfor automatically by VA. planned for the delegateswith
more one ought to realize how passed us by. We would hell] the before you retire" emphasis being placed on
much more that a little learn- the new generation by pass- year aV2 of sta QUIZ CORNER voter registration for the entire *
For this
ing is a dangerous thing." ing on to them our experiences .. from purpose employer can Q. I am getting a pension period of 19G4. "We expectto
especially those in but few, if any, young be Used. You will also be ask- under the old pension law. My have the largest attendanceever
high school, seem to think persons want our advice. The:. ed how much you have earned wife and I Jointly own a house in the"history Atkins of the State said.
are as we were when we were of application.The Conference, Rev.
This is a the
wise. during year
that they are the
of "pseudo- His statement was based on
natural) phenomenon.' El v e n young possessors" bookkeeper where you of NAACP
Mark Twain admits having wIsdom work] would he a good source Rev. Shuttlesworth, tremendous membership increase in the state and the
passed through this stage in for this' information. in
life. He said, "When I waf; Other things needed could be temper of NAACP activity
Musolite's Club News For TampaNAACP all cities during the Summer
a boy of 14 my father was so birth certificates for minor To Speak
stupid I could hardly stand I children :and in some case months.
him around but when I got to The! Musolite's met Sunday marriage certificates may be The Winter Haven Branch is
be 21 I was surprised at how afternoon, Sept. 20 at the homeof asked for. to accomodate the
much he had learned in just Mrs. Joseph Steward, 14CCO Each case is different. Some preparing Working with the
seven years." Fillmore St., Richmond Heigths people need just a few things The Rev. Fred D. Shuttles- many guests. Council
the Youth
for their regular fifth Sunday others may need more. The worth dynamic leader of the Branch is of
be one
Some students seem to feel meeting. Business of vital importance best thing is i to inquire before Birmingham Movement will which is reported to of
that life would be a dream if were transacted with retire. This way, there will speak at the close of the Tampa the most active in the State
they didn't have schools. We I Interested plans and new ideas be no delay, and you will receive Branch, NAACP membershipdrive Florida.
agree. Life would Ifc a dreamif I brought before the club. your first check on time. in October 29, branch .- -.-*..+++ -.-. .-.-.-.-. ..-.-+-4
there were no schools but Officers were elected for the Miami North Social Security and campaign officials Joined in
this dream would be a night-I I new year which began in Sep- Manager, Edward P. Blonston, announcing this week. WARNER HINES

mare. :t-MiiU. Four new members today reminded social security .
If youth saw the value of were added to the roster. Mesdames beneficiaries to report any event "The drive which seeks more Contractor
formal training as most adultssee I Leatha Williams Ollie that affects payment of their than two thousand new members Painting

it, perhaps they would wish! Williams, Mattie Newton and benefits. in the NAACP will close
that schools continue to exist Marquretta Miller. Some of the events whichmust with a mass meeting at St. Paul

be reported to the Social A.M.E. Church, corner Harrison
After an inspiring meeting, Security Administration; are: and Marion Street," C.J Da.-

Dixie Park LibraryTo we were served with a delicious 1. Work Wy a beneficiary utricr Valt, Tampa t3ranch presidentsaid.
repast J by the ]hostesses. Mes- ( age 72 if the person's earnings "At that time the Cam'
Present FilmsThe 'lames Thelma Aranha Geneva I will exceed $1,200 during palgn Chairman William Turi-

Henry Ann West and Hejeh the year. stall has called for champ 'lgrt
Dixie Park branch of Steward. We then adjournedwith 2. Any work done by a per workers to make full reports,"
the Miami Public Library invites each one expressing her- son receiving disability insurance he continued.

the public to attend its self as having had an enjoy- benefits. Shuttlesworth is knownfor
monthly film forum. The first able evening.Mrs. 3. Marriage of a woman receivIng Rev. in the strugglefor
began Tuesday Oct. 8 from 6:4,5: Ann West, president; widow's benefit or a child< his! militancy citizenship. lie

to 7:45: p.m. Helen] R. Steward, reporter.ST. under 18 receiving benefits on. first class arrested more than l/lcen (*d nnd Insured
social security earnings has
Miss Helen 1Dorsett, hIs parent's other worker In the Birmingham By City and County
record. any
I3ert branch Kleiman librarian, an stated assistant. that JOHN A. M. E. 4. Adoption of a child unde; I area for His his home resistanceto has Service phone FR 0-8683

principal at Booker T. Wash- Sis. Catherine Willis, reporter 18 entitled to benefits segregation.
5. Death of a person receiving been bombed and on more than FREE ESTIMATEf4Indf
ington will Things happening at St.
High School serveas are beaten by
fohn Church. On 6. the social l security benefits. I one occasion, he Was . . .
director of the forum series. Oct. de 44+++***&. .G. 4I - -
by -
fourth quarterly conference of I (Should be reported mbobs

Mr. Kleiman] has selected the year was held with Dr. F. cedent's survivors.) I __ iII/'iII' w--- -- .-
films depicting the life and Mr. Blonston said a person
A. Allen presiding elder. I
work of George Washington should get in touch with thc( SEE TlIE< \\'ntu.n.RGn"
Carver and Booker T. WashIngton All Boards made their Report social security office if he has J T PROPHETA '
also welcome the Pres. '
for the first questions about his social security A leader
program. Elder back with Christaln love. checks or about reportingany :35:' Years of ExperienceHunter .
During the year the series The highlights of the Quarterly events. ntl'hon I... well known nit
will cover a wide range of films Conference were when this I
including Jacqueline Kennedy's most Unique club name "THE

Asian Tour the CBS Reportsand VIDE AWAKE", presenteda CONTINUOUS SERVICE you are !lck, worried or In '. .
Raisin in the Sun. gift of a magnificent Carpet SINCE 1948 troubled this Is! the place to come '
The and a vacuum cleaner of the Don't ,stay In the rut, push back
adults, senior program high, designed and for price $1,685.21 the Report lift- PL 1-3604 the veil of bad lurk that seems! .. 4.,.,,

high school is Junior ed everyone. The gift were presented (to hold you In yonr track and .,
people free and to the Trustcss of the advance forward by the help of . ." .
open to the public. Church. 7(4' awd God under the leadership of <"" :'>j .; .... .' ,

The library is located at 350 With God help anything you Prof. Hunter who has 35: years :3r .".r: <,
NW 13th St. For further to do be sue- of experience In spiritual and :. .." "iL
information start out can a .
occult science., Make your home $'LtA: .. .......... -
:j please call FR 7- 020. cess.
He will show how
happy.) yon
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II demafftte
to bypass your enemies niul get ihe things< that life
for )'011. Come one, come nil. Healing meeting every 'Wedne
day at the Spiritual Temple of Zion, Inc., &I17 8.W. 17th St.,
I West l< Hollywood. Fla. 7:30 i>.m.
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10,000 Church Delegates to Hear FAC Begins 10th I SATURDAY THE, OCTOBER MIAMI TIMES 12, 1963- MIAMI. FLA.PAGE 15

Season With musical I

Plea For Racial Justice, Civil Rights Membership TeaThe Negro Students Top National

Four resolutions on the con- tlon with the cooperation of a .
troversial question will be number of the ChristianChurches' Fine Arts Conservatorywill Average Despite Early LacksNegro
of its
mark the Lfcglnning
among the top items on the major agencies.
agenda of the International Another will call on Christian 10th season of serving the
Convention ofChrstlah t churches and their Insti- Miami Community with a musi- students in interracial tural lacks at home.
Churches (Disciples of Christ) tutions to be "vocal and ac- cal tea to be held at the home colleges perform well above the This was revealed today by
Opening at Miami Beach Con- tiVe" in promoting freedom, of Its director, Huth Greenfield national average overcomingboth Richard L. Plaut, president of
vention! Hall .Friday evening dignIty and equal opportunityfor on Saturday, Oct. 12 at 3:30: poor preparation and cul- National Service and Scholarship

feo'me 10,000 delegates are expected all people within the life p.m.The Fund for Negro Students,
to dttertd. of the Church as well as in the highlights of the after- in the organization's fifteenth
field of employment, public! noon will ba a presentation of Rainbow Park Elementary annual report.
dne resolution will call for education and laW enforce drawings for the ]proposed new
an endorsement of a steppedUp ment. building for the Fine Arts Con- The findings were based ona
program In moral and civil A third will call for the elimination servatory: by Michael Simon- School follow-up of students who re.
rights launched this summer of segregation In housing hoff, architect, and a musical civcd counseling, or counselingand
by the International Conven- and a fourth will stress program presented by students Rainbow Park Elementaryheld financial aid from NSSFNS.
Christian responsibility in im- who attended the school: in its Its first assembly on last Over five percent of these students -

provng racial relationshps. earliest days. Friday.: Members of the school had scholastic; averages of
ST. JAMES AME Among those Invited to attend patrol led the group with the A or A-mlnus, and more than
1815 NW 05th Street Youth Extravaganza are: Mrs. Carl Yacger Jr., pledge to the flag and the singing 50 percent scored I3-plus, B, or
Rev. .T. B. nincknel;: ), pastorLawrence Kate ThornhlUf Mrs Ada Dc of the national anthem. 1l-minus,
B. Cooper, reporter Veaux: Iary Ford Williams Her '
The final report for the recent On Monday October 14, at 8 Mrs. Elizabeth; Virrick, Greetings were given by assistant "Their credentials were mod-
aduit bert curriculum -
Men's Day was made i p.m.' the choir of Grace Dr. Dnzolle Simpson, Mrs Other parts of the program dest," Mr. Plaunt declared, commenting
Presbyterian Church, C895 NW Mrs Mamie
known officially. Laura Gooding on the students' back.
14th Ave.. will present a musical Williams Mrs. Maud Heed, Mrs. were as follows: Inst1'lmental "But their achieve
We ran don the list of cap solo. Jalzzette Johnson; grounds.
tains reporting and selectedthe Singing extravaganza, solos and of instrumentation Gospel- Doris. Williams, Dorothy Graham Reading. First graders: "A ment was brilliant."
ten highest amounts turn-
Anderson Good Citizen" (poem) Second the honors
featuring Peggy Included among
ed in, excluding the two chair-
;; Lehman Beneby Catherine graders: Clarinet solo. Alfonso earned by these students were
and the Here
men pastor. they Levcrity and the Blossoms of North Dade PTA Murray. "How To BecomeA one Rhodes Scholarship, oneWoodrow
are: Good Citizen". Third Graders'Solo. :
Liberty Temple. You are invited Wilson Fellowship,
Albert E. Smith
to enjoy an hour music. Alison Clarke: "Mr. No Fulbright Award, Several elect-
Leroy Brown 125.00 Meets Monday Night body" (poem) 1'lm Ira Heed; elections to Phi Beta Kappa,
Willie Nicholson 122.00 "Island In The Greetings and ,
Dallas Stroud 109.00 XTn.\l4 BAPTIST CHURCH 'rho North Dade High School : remarks were given by the and such degrees as Sum laude,
Ralph V. White 100.00A. PTA wll hold Its second meetof principal. She asked the students magna or summa Sum laude
C. Smith 100.00 Rev. E. J. Clark, pastor the year 1003-01: Thursday, a s r i kin 1 g question. from eight institutions.
Willie Scott 97.00 Sunday School 9:30: a.m.; 11 8:00 in for being
October 17, 1003, : p.m. "What is your purpose notes that fewer
Lawrence Cooper 81.00 a.m. morning service; BTU at the Auditorium of the school. here". She admonished the report of the
Charlie Under 79.00 3:30: p.m.; evening worship at 7. than five percent
All parents and friends are expected group to accept the daily chal- NSSFNS-alded students with.
Dr. Nathaniel Colston 175.00 to attend this Important langes, and to do their best in
for rea
drew from college any
Lee B. Wright: 165.00 ST. LUKE BAPTIST
meeting.Parents. all their subjects. She also reminded with national
Rev J. 11. Blackntll 105.00 are urged to l/ocomc the first graders of son, compared a
Total raised: $3,575.03.The Rev P. W. Williams, pastor financial because this is the o courtesies. The average of 40 percent dropouts
A. J. Reddick Board will airs Bunesba Green, reporter first qualification necessary for new dally zone common supervisor, Mrs. Hogcnmullor from all causes:, inculdlng aca-
hold its anniversary Sunday. child's eligibility in receiving domlc failure.
Sunday, October Gth, 10G3, your was introduced by
at :3 p.m. Rev. A. C. Mozelle Doth morning and evening services the annual PTA scholarship ] Mrs. Fortson. Mrs. Hogcnmut
and congregation of Mt. Oli- awarded! each year. r
was high in spirit. Ourpastor lcr's remarks were stimulating
vette Baptist Church, South delivered two Inspiring Anthony L. Simons, 1 president > and challenging. "Tnrilvhlunl nrfllPOn'd' ll>lllty And
Miami, will worship here. You Th,., Amorlrnn Revolution For
: The two Senior Choirs
are invited to come out.Don't message. Publicity Committee HJghtn.
sang; Jointly.
bedded at forget home those or in who the hos-are The No. 1 Ushers Board Is Vizcaya Drops .. ...NWVWWVV'I- ... r..... V _"='_= .:::_ _._:;. ._:. _ IP

pital. They need your prayers sponsoring a lemon squeeze and
and visitations. fish fry Saturday night, October
12th, beginning at 8.00; at the Rates for October

TRINITY C M. E. home of Mrs. Mallssa Field. LIBERTY CITY
2151% N.W. Cth Court. The Vizcaya will cost less these
511 NW 4th St. public is invited. days October that Is as NEAR NW 17th AVENUE: & 62nd TERRACE
Rev. E. T. Brown pastor! The fourth Sunday, October the James Dccring Mansion: on
Miss Samantha Edward, director 27, is Women's Day at St. Blscayne Bay drop its rates CHEAP FOR CASHJ.
of music at the Phvllis Luke. The women are putting from $1.25 to house and( gar
Wheatley and the Dunbar Elementary forth every effort to make this dens to only 75 cent admission A. SUMMONS
School will be present the best Women's for tho combination tour.
Day: ever.
In a concert Miss Cassan- The rate drop' Is for the entire NE 4.6875
The chairman, Mrs. : N.W. 53rd Street
dra Hanna, director of music program month of October in coop- 1899
at the Dade Junior and Senior Inez Fryson and co-workers are eration with the uJnow-..yurCommunity" MIAMI 42 FLORIDA1000's
preparing a wonderful program ,
drive being
High School will sponsored
her. accompany for the occa lon. Dinners are being by the Miami-Dado li ........., ,. -:'
An' evening of fun will beheld sold] In the dining room Chamber of Commerce which .
7 p.m., Oct. 11 at the homeof ach Sunday after service, $1.00 has a traveling "Acrjualnt-A- .., u
Mr and Mrs. William Dean, ner plate, by the Woman's Day Bus" attractions-filled show. WAITING
5711 NW 10th Ave. All you Committee. Committee meetings case on the road to encourage OF GOOD JOBS
can eat for 100. are held every Tuesdav residents to see Greater Mi-
night after Prayer Meeting All ami's local
nresent. Mrs. A. B. Sullivan,I rates. Civil Service JobsPOST I
"And when he had opened General Chairman. Vizcayn's 75 cents rate for.. L I
the seventh seal, there was Pray and visit the sick and' adults will apply to both tourists I
'silence In heaven about the shut ins. and local residents! alikean -
'space of half an hour." opportunity to get acquaint;
This curious text will be expounded ST. MARY'S W M. ed with the multi-million dollar . OFFICE, CLERICAL, AUTOMATION, Etc.
In our morning ser- showplace: operated by Dido YOU CAN QUALIFY QUICKLY
vice "Silence heaven/ Rev.
in Rnv. II. V, Stuart: pastor County Parks Department at
8:1.: t. P"'r"'thy "A for reporter 3251 South Miami Ave I WITH "ADELPHI"
There will be a. special program Ize. I
Sunday from 4 to C p.m. O God, Thou hast given soinch
This occasion serves an endEavor to me. nrlvp one thing '
to place] little Chuckle lore, a grateful heart. r I
Smith as Prince In the Anniversary Next Sundav We will be with Home Study Courses

Coronation contest. 'he Rev John R. Compton,
Let us express our loyalty to castor of Wphroam Ave. Y
our church during this special Christian Church (Disciples] of .
time of anniversary which will Christ.) Cincinnati, Ohio. Rev. O ABC Shorthand at Home
See Its climax during the first I Compton will deliver the morn I'"f'e Iionin IIHO of oar tnpo recorder
tveek of November. 'nc message

Rev. Stuart is asking that all '' 9 High School Diploma
MT. TABOR members MQ out and bring a >6A1,14 Accrlernled. proRi-mni, nil school and bunlnwrn subjocte

* Rev P. S. Brown minister friend with and Male you.] chorus Our will two"horusps I 6 Bookkeeping, Secretarial, Real Estate, IBM, Etc.
.MI s Pe I Burnish music.

Put off thy: shoes from off Sunday at 3:30: p.m.fl e8
'thy feet, for the place whereon Teressa Ruth Lewis, Sandra CIVIL SERVICE ARITHMETICCIVIL
thou standest is holy ground. cox and Delores Evan with
Exodus 3:5.: Willie Williams at the piano SERVICE ENGLISH

The pastor's message was will be sponsored In a recital HELP IN FILING FOR EXAMS AND IN
taken from the above verse hy Mrs. Verdell Wright In hehalf -
centered around the holy ground of Women's Day. The public JOB SELECTION
which was related] to eah is invited to attend this
phase of life as well as to the I great affair
church. I Sunday, Oct. 20 the women of Basic Electronics, Mathematics
Monday night the pastor; and : St. Marv will celebrate their 0 Coaching for College Entrance Exams
members were hosts to the annual Women's Day program O Coaching for Teacher Examinations
Baptist Ministers Council of A treat 1 I' in store for you, PO and High School Subjects
Greater Miami. The sermon was won't you come and worship PIIIKNDH: AND MKMIIKKH : O Tutoring all Elementary
delivered by the president, Rev. with us on that day? ; MAY ;MAKK TIII2IIIDONATION1 Miami ivslJcnrpH available for full-time students'ADELPHI
T. Johnson. His text was Our morning speaker, Mrs. TO Tin . .
taken from Psalm 137:5-6.: LIndsey was born and rearedIn SPIRITUAL TEMPLE OF
Members and friends of the Miami an active member of ZION Inc.
community are urged by the Greater Bethel AME Church. ,
pastor to attend revival meeting You will hear more of Mrs. At the home of the vice president SCHOOL
beginning Sunday, Oct. 13 LIndsey In our next Issue.192AFETY3. and treasurer' She I I..* also
with Rev. John K. Bryant of one uf our ordained mlnUtcr
Tabernacle Baptist Church of Our charter In I, cltrrrd> In 8001 N.E. 5th Court
West! Palm Beach presiding. Urwvard and Dnde CountIrM
There will be a sale at the It .................. Guidance PL 77623I
home of Sister S Butler Saturday HUNTER, D.D.
Oct. 12 at 8 p.m. 1657 N.W. 73rd St.

Pray for the sick and shut- ......... in Florida I I
)$ J&WJ the bereaved families. .. _.. --

THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA. ++- -'. : Firm Gives In . .

PAGE 16 SATURDAY_._._._OCTOBER .12, 1963. I Dairy Queen to Hire Negroes
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The Dairy Queen will hire a I Rolle' wanted the stand to
Students Civil Rights Strike couple of Negroes at one of Its hire Negroes. The lawyer for

stands as soon as Negroes stop the firm said It was already

Closes. Schools in PlaqueminePLAQUEMINE picketing there, an attorney of considering the idea at that
the Ice cream chain said Wed- time but fought pressure from

La. In I tlst Church was gutted by state nesday. Rolle's club because "we were
one of the largest antisegregation troopers. Seventeen of the
demonstrations to date in group then began picketing the The stand at NW 17th Ave. not about to be coerced in the
the South three Neigro schools :all-white Plaquemine High i and 54th St., whose personnel l lis least iota"
were closed and two white. School and St. Johns High, all-white, was picketed this The stand was closed several
schools were picketed CORE field Ronnie summer Uy the All Peoples weeks as a result of the dis-
Democratic Club, a civil rights agreement. When it opened
All Negro Iberville High was Moore, has telegraphed a formal -
closed indefinitely by order of protest to U S. Commissioner action group 'headed by Cecil I last weekh pickets again appeared -
School Superintendent L. G. of Education Frederick Gaylord Rolle. Dairy Queen got e scene, but the
Hoffman after some 600 stu- Keppel. an Injunction against the club attorney said he didn't' think' '.
dents marched from the high The students' demands include and Rolle' to stop the picket- I either Rolle' or his club was to
Ing. Iflame for the demonstration
school to the board of educa- desegregation of Iberville !
tion office in protest againstthe parish schools by next year,
dismissal of 35 of their equal job opportunities for Negroes
leaders and the assault by the in Plaquemlne' and rein- Y
superintendent upon Allendus I statement of Mrs. Stella Grant, Story Hour at Reading Stressed in
Williamson. a school cafeteria worker, who I

The GOO students were met was fired following the recent Dixie ParkThe BTW 7th Grade
with volleys of tear gas as they CORE mass demonstrationswhich ProgramHelp
neared the board of education.One were broken-up by
of them, Jimmy Davis, mounted police armed with 10G3-G1 Story Hour sea- In reading Is now avail- ington, guest speakers, films,
was seriously injured accordingto tear gas. son will begin on Thursday, able at Booker T. Washingtonon are slated for the future. All
Dr. Bertrand Tyson. In protest over the firing of October 17 at the Dixie Park Tuesday and Thursday, 6-8 In all this looks like a very
After the tear gas attack the this worker, the students have Library. p.m.; Phyllis Wheatley, Tues- active year for the pupils and
group .reformed at FreedomLot boycotted the cafeeria since Mrs. Rose F. Byrd Children's day and Thursday, 5-7 p.m. teachers.
so-called because it has the start of the school year. Work Assistant of the Branch, and Dunbar Elementary, Thursday The is designed for
been the site of CORE meet- During lunch period, they sing will serve as storyteller for the 6-8 p.m.. the youngsters program and the teachers -
Ings since Plymouth Rock Bap- freedom songs. opening session. Mrs. Byrd, an
hope that the parents will
Is well Close to 00 youngsters have
accomplished storyteller,
her dramatic shown up for these three cen- get behind their youngsers and
known for
pre- see that the children spend at
ters. Volunteer teachers have
Miami to Get Home sentations of the old tales. come forward to man these institutes least one half hour a night

I The story hour program Is These people are too reading. If you do not have the
geared to boys and girls of the numerous to mention but a quiet place your child needs for
For Unwed MothersAnxious 7 to 12 years age group; how- few are: Mrs. Angela Stewartof studying where send him to the library
s ever slightly) younger and old- West Dunbar; Mrs. Roberta he will be super-
Invited to attend Thompson of vsed by trained teachers Send
er youngsters are Wheatley, Mr
parents of h 1 gh vies and novels as glamorous, Sam Davis of Dunbar. him to the enrichment films on
school students ask themselves'''exciting and divorced from Wednesday nights, and ask himto
over and over: "What can we every day living. At four o'clock the brass bell Youngsters In the Booker T sign up for math tutoring
do to see that our daughterdoesn't In Dade County, a Florence sounds and boys and girls assemble Washington area now also have Attend the regular and 7th
get 'in trouble? I Crittenton Home is to be established for the lighting of the the use of the library until S grade PTA meetings. Get behind -
The Florence Crittenton Association soon for rehabilitative story hour candle. The candle p.m. four nights a week, Mon- this program and give
of America, the only care of unwed mothers,' it?;, was burns throughout the hour. as day to Thursday. Attendance In your youngster the start in life
I national agency devoting Itself announced'' by' Michael,, Sho .es, the storyteller weaves a spell the evening Is beginning to pick he deserves.
entirely to the problemsof local president of the volun- of enchantment On October17 up and last week 40 were counted -
unwed mothers, has given teer group. The building will listeners will hear these tales: using the library at o n e
suggestions, based on actual be located In South Miami on The YellowhairedVitch. The time. The library Is staffed In Youth HallChristmas
experience with 7500 unwed a three-acre tract adjacent to giant who had no heart in his the evening on a rotating basis: ,
mothers cared for each year: Baptist' Hospital.Blanche's body and 'the' story of all stints with 30 volunteer teachers act-
1. Curtail dating at too earlyan day In poetry. Ing as librarians. This is truly PartyThe
age and too consistently a community effort.
I with one person. Miss Helen M. Dorsett
Sweetheart of Roses
2. Discuss sex frankly with "Progress, Branch Librarian/ Is hopefulthat Seventh graders are "knee Civic Club cordially Invites
your son or daughter, especial- Report" on WMBM' parents will encourage deep" in the reading contest, you to its annual tea at the
ly if they are going steady. their youngsters to attend the and It Is a see them home of Mrs. Rosetta Wells,
3. Reinstate the oldfashioned "Progress Report", anew weekly program and enjoy the on their way home with their 1912 NW 65th St Sunday,
habit of adult supervision of WMBM service, featuring' pleasures of the library.All who library books. All youngsters Oct. 20, 4-0 p.m., Clara Love,
dating. Blanche Calloway will be pre- library programs are free read widely will receive president.
4. Encourage creative activi- sented four times daily Mon- Reading Certificates, with the
and to the public.
most ... .. .
ties. day through Saturday at 8 a.m. active readers slated to ------ ----- ------
The Branch Is located at 350
5. Counteract the effects of 12 win t/eautlful trophies
noon to 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. One
Direct from liiey'tVest
the presentation of sex in moWoman's N W. 13 Street. For Further thousand books will soon be.
This dynamic new program Information please call FR processed to aid in the contest FREDDIE CitA1'1T'takes
will bring to WMBM listenersthe 7-5029. over the Hammond organ
latest The seventh graders participated lit the Satellite Jxiunpa th18wrt'krnd
development of local -
Day DriveYou and national Interests Including in an assembly recently Also Sunday afternoon
interviews views and "Individual) 1 Responsibility, And and"saw a film 'Better Rea starting at .t p.m.. 6222 NW 7th
are cordially invited to news regarding Civil Rights The American Revolution For ing, Assemblies featuring Avenue.

attend the Woman's Day Ser- and other issues of Importanceto RlRlltfl. graduates of Booker T. Wash- I ...._______.________-._ .'
of Salter's Chapel AMID
community. This : .
Church, Sunday, Oct. 27, 11 gram Is designed to appeal pro-to ---

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1636 N.W. 7th Ave. Miami 200 HOLLYWOOD beds famous $1,000 freight claim $285 If perfect Brand new 2-bedroom home with a Fla. room.
3 FLOORS Bedrooms and dining makes, appraised to $149. freight $385, other gorgeous: styles We have the key i
i room ultra modern In newest claim price $55, if perfect $85. $125. Large group of love seats
Danish styles, appraised to $895, You haul $45. Other fine makes exquisite chairs, recliners finest *
freight claim $185, if perfect but odd pieces, you haul $35, fabrics, velvets, silks at great Also see these low down payment homes!
$285 many other famous bed- we deliver. sacrifice; .
room and dining rooms com- 119 ORTHOPEDIC mattresses EARLY American sectionals, 1. 1715 NW 77th St. Large house $200 down
to $125. extra firm, freight claim $15, if sofas, convertibles, complete $22 week.
FRENCH and Italian style bed-' perfect $15. You haul $30. Damaged living room suites genuine 2. 1286 NW 59th St. Small home $200 down
room and dining room gorgeous $20. Early American fabrics, Sacri
French white and gold Fruitwood $165 DINETTE sets. 7 piece, flee W" deliver. $65 month.
appraised to $1,000, freight freight claim $65, if perfect $85. I. 200 TILT hack sofas, studio 1534 NW 44th St. Large house $150 down
claim $285, if perfect $385 Oth- You haul $55. Gorgeous 5 piece couches, Danish lounees, brand $22 week.
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EARLY American and contem- rash needed. claim S45, If perfect $G5, no cash -
porary bedrooms and dining $169 MAPLE bunk beds. Com- needed. $18 week.
L rooms, authentic reproductions plete with mattresses, guard CASTRO type convertibles, olld 5. 1511 NW 42nd St. 2 CBS homes $200 down
brand new, appransed to $895, rail You and haul.DANISIi ladder. freight claim $85 foam rubber, appraised to $r.95, $25 week.
freight claim $169, If perfect freight claim $185, you haul
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ODD dressers, chests, chinas, Bahama beds, studio couches, ODD sofas sofa beds' sectionals: $22 week.
large breakfronts, curio cabi- Danish love seats, 2 piece sec- odd easy chairs reclining chairs, We have over 200 others
tables desks odd tionals, sofas, high back chairs .rockers, 1/rand new cheap for
nets, poudre and rockers cheap. cash. We aVe!' open Saturday and', Sunday
bookcase beds. Hundreds of
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