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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 19, 1963
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Volume ID: VID00724
Source Institution: University of Florida
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I Dentist Beaten bv KKK Convicted of Assault?. I

:Mississippi} l justice has come stopped them where they drove

\ to 1'1oridj I ;..;.' w i near persons a field were where attending about a Klan 400 To'

Dr Robert St. Augustine B. Hayllrtg' ,Civil 3year'old $:- rally 18 and cross.*. burning Sept. Farmer Ignores Louisiana, Summons .

Wednesday Rights leader by,an was all...white,convicted Juryof Wilson said he and Bessent :

men assault at a KKK on meting. Klans- were vent posted trouble-makers as lookouts from to pre-ap- Address Civil Rights Dinner Here I

poaching the rally from near-

He was sentenced to pay a by U.S. 1, and that Hayling James Farmer, national director Louisiana court summons in order what action we plan or what
fine of $100!or serve GO days in waved a gun when he jumpedout of the Congress of Racial to address n civil rights form it ,will take. I will have to*
jail. He6tlil faces a charge of of the Negroes' car Equality, flew here from dinner at Miami Beach discuss/ the Miami situation'' I
displaying a deadly weapon at Hayllng denied that but saida New York Monday, ignoring a 'Farmer, with 20 other persons, with local CORE leaders before-. "
the"Klan meeting place. gun he owned was in the car. was supposed to be in Clinton, #
He said a earful of white men - -----
La., to answer contempt
The white men Clarence A. blocked them from retracing
:Wilson, 29 amjf Lawrene Bes- = : ges for picketing stores there
their mute down a private road Won't Clinton John Barick ,
sent, 30, race trial Nov. 4 on that led to the meeting site. Birmingham issued Judge Clench
promptly a war-
charge that they beat Hayllng.
Two other white men, Dewitt Hayling testified that Wilson rant for the arrest of Farmer. j

Springfield and Harmon Davis and Bessent forced him, Jenk- Hire Negro CopsMayor Farmer reportedly said that r/
are slated for trial on the same ins and other Negroes to the he knew the hearing was
charges at the same time. speaker's platform where they Albert Boutwell of scheduled, "but my attorneys
were searched, questioned ahd BIrmingham Ala told Negro decided it would be best not to ,
'Hayllng and another Negro, beaten. Hayling said 14 stitches Integration 'icaders Monday he attend. I have no further comment /
Clyde Jenkins, testified that were taken in his head and his
would never bow ,to pressure in other than I will be at my
Wilson and Bessent in Klan companions also required medical the hiring of Negro policemen.Dr. appeal trial" (
robes, and other white men l attention.
.lie praised and criticized race
Martin Luther King had relations in Miami in his com
set Monday week as the dead- .
line for the appointment of ment."We expect more of Miami
Williams Convicted of Negroes to the Birmingham police This Is a tourist city with a
force, as the price for refraining mixed environment, it should be
from new racial de- far ahead of other Southern

Second Degree Murder C. Hamilton, Boutwell's cities.The" 42-year-old civil rights 4

executive assistant, explainedthat leader praised the progress
it would be "impossible" .
made in school integration, admitting t'
Forty-six year-old Eli Wil- illiterate father of eight, pleaded to meet King's deadline because that he was too busy to U :
,110ms, a longshoreman- and for- innocent by reason of Insanity Civil Service regulations require keep on top of integration in I can give you any specifics:' ''
mer professional baseball player i .about six weeks to clear Dade County. Former was hero to' address:
was found guilty of second He testitifled that Robertson, prospective policemen for employment "Hut I am advised that progress the Emancipation Proclamation -
degree murder Tuesday in the I' agreed to repair the TV set for and therefore "it has (slowed down,'" he Dinner, sponsored by the;
gun slaying of a television repairman $14. lie and Robertson, quar- would take an act of the legislature said. "We hope to speed it up. International Convention of
July 11 |I relied when the repairman gave to hire Negro policemen -- "I cannot tell you right now Christian Churches.
The time for sentencing him a bill for $18. Williams, ." .
Williams, was set by Circuit paid $0, and pulled a gun when _
Judge John J. Kehoe for 11:45: Robertson, asked him for the The Major said that an Intensive -

a.m. Oct. 24. balance. is now and In progress complete to survey deter- i Slater King Loses Out In \1 1Georgia

f Formerly, Williams, played mine what kind of force
I Williams of 5701 NW 21st police
baseball for the "
Ave., was convicted of shoot- Kansas City will "best serve the entire : I
Monarchs, a well-known Negro I Mayor Race I
Ing M. L. (Don) Robertson, of team for which the city of Birmingham with tho
the Giant Credit TV Store, in noted Sat- test possible law enforcement -
an argument over a bill for chel Paige starred. for all Its people"Birmingham's Slater King: integration leader 1,870 votes II
repairing Williams' TV set. Mike Zarowny. 'defense attorney and first Negro to run for Voters 11,600 strong cast: '
based his case mainly 'Fraternal Order mayor of Albany, Ga., was' defeated their b3hots OC the desegregated ' I
t :After -a one-hour delibera- testimony that Williams ,saw -of Police presented a peti- Tuesday night by Atty. polling stations without
tion, a 12-man Circuit Court Robertson. bend down Tin what tion; to the City Council Tues James V Davis. Incident On**" political obser-
jury-10 Whites and two Negroes Williams, thought was a mov day opposing the addition ,of : vfr said "It was just like any ,,
returned the verdict. Williams, ,to pull a,gun; >1' ;1 I Negroes to the force. King received 2,547 votes, arid other elctlonJ'Davis'
t'. ...... t . ,' Davis a former state repre-
t sentative, 7,220. E d war d V. j !majority votes In this
NAACP Files Suit''' I Jones, the second white mann Democratic primary makes a
I In St. stine Arrests
Augui, ; the contest was third with runoff! unnesessary..,

N w."v w ..rr.f Charge Civil Rights The suit was ordered to pro- ,

:: : Violated McRae ceed after rejected Judge a motion William to dis-A. Dr. Martin Luther King I

miss by attorneys for th" St.
St. Augustine Negroes accused Augustine city officials.
city officials of violating their McRae ruled the Negroes'suit Named In Million Dollar Suit I
civil rights In a suit filed by the fell within his jurisdictionand

NAACP legal 'defense Thursday that their complaint,should Dr. Martin Luther King 'Jr., ers.
in the United States District be heard in full before a ruling wan served in BIrmingham, Ala., Mrs Reed( claimed she fell
Court In Jacksonville. were made. Tuesday, with a complaint and trylnf6 make, her way

a 1 1 Y They urged the federal court The suit was filed last month summons in a one-million dollar through u racial demonstration
suit filed by a Cadsden ptnffcrl outside a. Gadsden store
to enjoin the city from arresting after 28 Negroes were arrested i -
demonstrators, to stop St. for attending an anti-segrega- white woman who claimed she last June;
I suffered "mental anguish, humiliation King was not In Gaclsden at
Augustine officials from requlr- tion meeting In the Old Slave I
;ing a permit to hold a public Market on Labor Day. City officials and bodily Injuries"during the time of tho alleged) accident,
meeting and to enjoin St. Johns said the meeting was a racial demonstration. and has refused to comment..on-,
'County Sheriff L. O. Davis from illegal because a permit had not Although the suit was filed the summons. '
,$ breaking up protests. been obtained.
since .June 10, a process server
did not catch up with King un- Hood Leaves .:

J I SAYS NAACP til Tuesday, just before the Univ. of Alabama
. leader was scheduled to leave
i Birmingham after attending a Jamey A. Hood brushed past
"A Sellout" on Civil Rights Bill 4H-hour meeting. Gov. George WaIface- enter
The million-dollar suit was the University of Alabama In
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,Mr. and Mrs. Julius Smith, Clarence Mitchell, Washington Celler told the committee, de- filed by Mrs. Eleanore Reed. June but says he/plans to enroll -
his It King along with most at State University
580 NW 64th street, announce representative of the spite strong preference names Wayne
of their daughter NAACP charged the Kennedy' for the stronger measure. of the major integration lead- In Detroit,
the administration this week witha After leaving Alabama in
Victor D.
Gloria to Captain controverialprovisions
Several highly
"sell-out" on civil rights. August because of physical and
States ,
Hunter to the administration -
Ion of Mrs. Iva V. Hunter 1910 He made the charge after program were added bya pass the bill. emotional problem, Hood mov-
.. NW 60th terrace, Miami.. Miss Rep. Emanuel Celler (D.N.Y.), judiciary subcommittee to "There 14 1 no reason for this to Detroit. He said:
.. Smith is a graduate of Bennett chairman of the House Judici- produce the watered-down bill kind of sellout," Mitchell said. "I don't) 'mind confessing the
College and Atlanta University.She ary Committee, gave full sup- now before the committee. "With that kind of support the pressure on me was pretty bad.
Is presently a counselor; at port to administration efforts administration should be In In the first place, I knew my
Dorsey. Junior High SchooL to trim the strong civil rights Newsman were told by Mitchell there fighting for the subcom- father was dying (his father
'i- Captain Hunter Is a graduate of bill.He that 214 members of the mittee bill. Instead what the died last week) and in the, sec
> Florida A and M Universityand I would do all in his powerto House were committed to vote attorney general is doing is try- ond place I knew I was in the
1 has just completed a Ko- get bipartisan support for the for the subcommittee version of ing to get the people who are public focus as a marked man
" ean ;'assignment. A November I milder proposal recommendedby the bill, with 117 more votes committed to it to change their ,who had gone against tradition.I .
wedding is planned. the administration In June, possible-more than enough to position." just couldn't take it." ,


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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA. I JESCA Represented at ConferenceThe I

PAGE 2 SATURDAY' OCTOBER 19, 1963 __ .
and Mrs. Regional secretary.Settlement's: .
Community with Senior Citizens
James E. Scott
I I Place in
Cokine member Golden Urban
Asoclation, Inc., will be well Spero ,
Redevelopment Gerald Gim-
.;Age CluU.
7 s represented when the Southeastern The seven workshops, and'the re, executive director, Nashville
0 Y Regional Conference of leaders are: How to Get Housing Authority.The .

Citizen Participation at the Agency's Responsibility
Neighborhood Level Miss in Relation to Law Enforce-

Frankie Adams, profesor of social ment Dean H. Bishop, chief
work School of Social counselor, Juvenile and Domls-

} Work, Atlanta University.The tic Court, Hillsborough County
3 New Look in Services Court House, Tampa.
KOWEXA TURXQUEST' and BIRTHDAY GFEKTIXG8 and 4 AJ with Adults Mrs. Ada Barnett -
'Gertrude Turnquest of Nassau, best wishes to: Mr. and Mrs Stough, Liaison Officer for Youth Employment and
nieces of Mr. and Mrs. Hart- Ferris Rhodes, Kyle Edward Voluntary Organizations, officeof School Drop-outs Gladys
man Major of Hallandale, spenta Johnson Ann Saunders, Mar- Aging, Dept. of HEW, Washington Duppstadt. NFS secretary for
most enjoyable summer vaca- sha Evans, Sharon Williams, Social Action and Education and
tion with them. Marian Shannon, Lacey Dray- Recruitment for CommunityCenter Responsible Board Membership.
ton, Isaac Mickens, Cathy Personnel Helen -- ----------
Coachman, Gregory Horne, Mandelbaum, NFS Southern
BRAGG TURNER, a member Geronimo Erroll Mizell, Dorothy -
of the faculty of Dunbar Ele- I Chester, Samuel Harrson,
mentary School is now an ordained Marcelee Adderley, Charles i
3 1rr
minister. Ordination Y ; Phi Beta Sigma
Bethel, Lewis Blake, Theodore .
services were held at the Glen- Robinson, Carl Bethel, Phyllis :, Meeting
dale Baptist Church, Richmond Ann Daily and Arnett Franks. J Second
Heights last Sunday. Langdon Keeton, Sante Lawis. Rho Sigma Chapter held its .
'. monthly meeting at the home 9 G rrr
", 1 of Brother Ellis Adderly Satur-
THE nDIC.LUXII I/\RX OUR SINCERE SYMPATHY: : ',t" ., October 12. The fraternity -
. day
honored a tea held its in charter celebration members of its at her Dorothy mother Harris, Mrs.on Hester the death Rolle of, _t:".... ....,0.0\.. ,_on. .L..... ", '. '. ,'...;.4 I'. I. working is out well its on annual its way public in r : :

25th anniversary last Sundayat who was funerallzed last Saturday GARTH C. IlKEVKft; program in observance of "So-
the New Northwest YWCA. . Conference Chairmanthe cial Action Week. "Watch these L jw'd
The honorees M
who each received columns for further details as a Y ,
a certificate and an orchid National Federation of You are : M yY tiI
to time and place. S _
were: Mary Ford Wil- MRS. IIELOISE LEWIS of Settlements convenes at Blue cordially Invited to help us cele- I : _
liams, Louise Davis, Lillian New Haven, Conn., was a visitor Ridge Assembly, Black Moun- brate this occasion when it is d .
Mazon. Susie Lowrie Leola to her uncle, Jack Nelson of tain, N.C., Oct. 18-19. announced. Also plans are being
Murrell. Madeline Poitier, Al- Hallandale last week. Accom- brothers will
bertha Sawyer, Annabelle Ward, panying her were two grandchildren Garth C. Heaves immediatepast attend laid so the conclave many which will

Alice Hawkins, Charlie Lewis Donald and Daniel, president of JESCA; managing I be held in Nashville, Tennessee f Y s u
and Helen Goodwin their editor of the Miami Times
who now who had been visiting during the holidays.The .
resides In Savannah Ga. and conference chairman will
Recog- grandfather. .
b"1' t'tl.a: 1 ,;;J"Z..r..tij ..'tGJ;JL. .,'tl
nition was given deceased Mrs. Helolse, daughter of preside at the opening session. following brothers were
chapter members Annie Smith. Osborne Pol tier of Bridgeport, "Poverty in the United present: Dr. H. Melton White, MISS OLIVE ALEXANDER

Annie Frazier, Carrie Emanuel is an X-Ray technician. States will he the subject of lames Cherry, Oble Duren, WI1- . Chairman of Exhibits
el '4 Sad!e Scott ftn" tho 1,1 S a t- the major address by HermanP. kes Kemp, Ellis Adderly, Henry
urday preceding; the tea 7 the Miller, special; } assistant, di- Mott, Lucious Crawford, Lewis Jean Cleveland, professor of
charter members presented a tifl tK. CLARICE LITTLES Is rector's office Bureau of Census Byrd, Arthur Evans, David Social Group Work, Scaritt Col-
plaque to Mrs. Pearl Patterson one of the 12 delegates to the Department of Commerce Ivey, Clinton Williams, Raphu lege, Nashville
for her untiring service In the 36th National Council meetingof Washington, D. C. i Williams, Robert Lewis, Jefferson -
auxiliary. Girl Scouts of the United Reaves, James Kirnes, A symposium, "Band-Aid
States of America convening at Others attending the confer- i Theodore Robinson Isaac Mitchell or Major Surgery," will close
Miami Beach, Oct. 21-25. ence are Miss Olive Alexander, Earl Wells and Dandy the formal sessions of the
TODAY, Saturday, Oct. 19, Is Miss Elizabeth Jones is one chairman of exhibits, Mrs. Se- I Smith. Southeast conference Saturday
Newspaperboy Day. This day is of the 15 alternate delegates. lena Ponder, program worker Hro. Henry Mott President evening, Oct. 19.
dedicated to the industrious Mrs Littles and Miss Jones are
boys of our nation who so diligently I representatives from Girl Scout -
work at delivering our of Tropical FloridaInc. I
weekly and daily newspapers. ., serving Dade and :Monroe For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call I
Statistics show that there are Counties.
700,000 news boys in the U. S.
and they deliver 21 billion

papers each year. Many of us Gardenia Circle
may think this an InsignificantJob BONDED At4QY

however, we proudly boast Club MeetsThe (
that some of our nation s lead- I It
ers are ex-newspaper boys. Gardenia Circle held Its t
Among the list are Presidents first fall meeting at the homeof p =
Hoover, Truman, Eisenhower, Mrs. Corinne Anton, 2237 RENTAL I
Justice Douglas and Chief Jus- NW CCth St. After the devo-
tice Warren. This bit of info tion service, the meeting was
should prove encouraging to turned over to the president. 1 M
"paper boys." Among the new plans that

were made: AGENCY INC.

JOHN II. SAMUEL, 17jfarold A scrapbook was made witha ,
each member -
graduate of North Dade get well card from x
High School will become the This book was made to be i Kt
first Negro member of the sent to one of our club mem- ;
University of Miami Symphony.The bers' mother. The club mem-1 The largest collection and rental

exceptionally talented bass ber Is Mrs. RubY Hanna. Her I

fiddler is now student playing training In theUniversity's mother Mrs. Hanna Is very Is 11L at her moth- I agency in the South; operating in
orchestra, but membership In er's bedside In Jacksonville.After .

the symphony, which Is com- the meeting the club I i.L.: Dade and Broward Counties'Negro

posed of more professionalsthan into Its social hour which I -

students musicians, will was went enjo"ed.The I*. L. IlllOOKH Housing areas.MANAGING .
become effective in February. meeting will be
Young Samuels Is the son of the next home of Mrs. Sadie I I'rr'ldrnt,
held at
Mrs. Mary Samuels Young of 150 NW 13th St.
North Miami Beach. Edna Smith president; HelenK. I AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN

Ward, reporter.

VERNON Washington, D.C.
was In our city last week attending Social Security Bonded also l has employment service at main office
a conference on Miami Office
Beach. After climaxing the District .
business part of her visit, she Your social security office 4150 .W. 7th Avenue
was houseguest of the Henry wants to talk with you If you : I

Arringtons who left no stones are of retirement age and have --- '_
unturned to see that she took not yet Inquired about your so-
In all that had to of- benefits. A few
our city lal security CONVKNIKNT: LOCATIONS TO 8ltln'te YOU
fer. minutes of your time may result -

in added income to you in 'IMKI N.W. 3rd A\'R. . PR &*Ile 17325 11OMK8TKAD: AVK.l .
form of social security benefits -
THE EGELLOC8 CLUB will l Ifi'l NW fiSiuI RT ................ OX S-zsfl1 Ptrrlne. . ('IC 3-C(5 13
entertain friends at their Com- not know that you 1019 N.W. 0th ST.
may aRnl I (:ltA sn .-\\'F.. HI .V138INM
plimentary Black and Gold retire completely : -
don't have to Landerdale . JA 4-3337
Semi-Formal Dance on Friday, to get social security benefits 4210: X.W. Tlh AVK.1NKV . M4rtKXWI322 339 HAMMONDV1LLK' RD.
Oct. 25 In the beautiful star- that you may be able to work

light room of the Biscayne Ter- and still collect some social security ) \.'". 75th HT, .....--. ......-. ( Pom'pa no . \JB 9-3290
race Hotel. payments. Full Information hiss N.W.Iad AVK
earnings from :)no N.W. 3rd ."I'. . .. FR I499S
on how your Op Luck . .. . MU 8-0017
GET WELL WISHES to: work affect your social security
Betty Meares, elmentary schoolmarm benefits Is easily obtained at On nights and Sundays for emerges cy service call PL 9-8733
who Is confined to the your social security district off- MAIN OF FICE
hospital; Noble Jones, North ce. Ask for booklet OASI23.It .
Nade reading teacher, who is tells in detail how earnings 4150) N.W. 7th Avenue PL
confined to Clover Leaf HospitaL affect your social security bene I 9-8733 I
fits. ..


VOTE. Against 5th Amendment

Citizens Committee to Save Voters Rights 5556 Biscayne Boulevard 7512852THE

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Record Set in Ocala New Voter CampaignOCALA SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19,-1963 PAGE 3 j

A recent NAACP ant. W. J. Anderson is cam- rection of Isaiah Savage and I .rr-rrr..r

voter registration campaign in paign coordinator.In Mrs. Mattie Donnell; and in U. S. Office of Education Reports <. ,
Ocala has set a record high In Bolivar, Tenn.; under the direction -
the number of Negroes regis- addition to the voter reg- of Miss Bernice Miller,
tered in any single campaignfor istration campaign the NAACP president of the branch. Segregated Students Have
this city, W. C. Patton, branch, under the leadership of
NAACP voter registration field Rev. F. George Pinkston, presi- A Joint campaign is now being '
secretary, has reported.The dent, has Iteen conducting a organized in Columbus, Ga. Higher Goals Than IntegratedI ,
series of protest demonstrations under the leadership of the -
campaign, which has directed against discriminatory youth and adult NAACP groups. A committee of the U. S. Office In an industrial city in Michigan -

been under way for the past policies of local merchants. .1 of Education in East Lan- a study of seven schools,

10 weeks, has succeeded in Weekly mass meetings, heldIn __ _, __< _. < sing, Mich., has found that Ne- each with a student body 85
placing more than 1GOO new ; t F
voters on the rolls. Ocala regis- conduction with the demon- < groes in segregated schools per cent Negro or more. Gott-
trar credited the high numberof strations, have continually ., have higher goals than NegroesIn lieb said white teachers des-
drawn overflow audiences. ; :
voters to the concentrated Other NAACP voter registration ;.. ; Northern integrated schools, cribed the students as "talka-
NAACP campaign.The campaigns are now begin- a Michigan State University tive, lazy and rebellious."

drive has been under the ning In Brownville Tenn.; In I Ir researcher reported.The He said, In contrast, Negro
direction of Miss Lillian Dry- Jackson, Tenn., under the di- r committee's findings, said teachers describe the same stu-
Dr. David Gottlieb, of MSU's
college of education, was basedon dents as "happy, energetic and
a comparison between seg- fun-loving. +

Earl Carrol Opens regated schools in a Texas Gottlieb said he' was reportIng -
I 1 I IP
community integrated
only the finding of the com

Insurance Agency Here N areas.schools in Northern r urban mittee necessary, and before more any studies conclusion are-

First Casualty Governor's Sub Committee on ; sy "The studies show segregated can be reached.
Education, and the City of \ schools are not better than J
Firm In1> DadeEarl Miami Recreation Advisory Integrated ones nor should theybe
Board. He is affiliated with the allowed to endure, however," Dugie's Guest HouseThe

JacKson Carroll, Presi- Veterans of Foreign Wars, Dis- Gottlieb said.
dent of the Earl Carroll Insur- able American Veterans, YMCA, < house of unusual rooms
showed Negroes
Better Government Associa- J The report
ance Agency, Incorporated 1148 rLi
Ingraham Building, Downtown tion, Elks Association.and Orange State Recreation segregated active in student schools governmentand were more Open 24 hours NE 4.3851

Miami, has been granted a license : most other activities than
Insurance Com- Seeing is BelievingSee
by the
those in Integrated schools, he
missioner to solicit Insurancein Dr. Sweeting I i
the State of Florida.Mr. I us for clean rooms r
Carroll, who Is a nativeof
Miami and a graduate of Returns From N. Y. I Jamaica Dugie, always a
Times ads don't cost
Booker T. Washington High
School and of Florida A and M Dr. H. Sweeting of For t i I friend

University, served as an admIn- Lauderdale has returned home They pay!, I II I
istrative clerk In the United after a successful trip to New

States Air Force for three years, # York City. ,"
he is currently serving on theGovernor's While away Dr. Sweetinglaid
Committee Em-
on : the foundation for officesof
ployment for the handicapped,
the Sweeting Foundation t

Fund, Inc., which is located What's Our
with headquarters at 2090 7th
Unit No. 7 News Ave., suite 119, New York City.

MemWers of Beauticians Unit Since the foundation has ,
No. 7 are exerting eaery effort been founded, it has given sev- S
to bring to you the greatest eral scholarships and merit, Big PLUS?
social event on our yearly awards to deserving students
schedule of activities. The All Of the many contributions and ,
Star Show and Dance starring ... r donation for the nonprofitorganization
Kelso and Callatha, guest star Dr. Sweeting is
Carroll prides himself by being in that donor will
Sylvia McFord plus a hair hopes some
style show Tuesday, Oct. 22 at able to sell quality Insuranceand help]} him fulfill one of his FAIR DIVIDEND RATES?
in Blrdland Ballroom in personal service. lie repre- brightest dreams and that Is
0 w
p.m. CURRENT 4Vs%!
the Mary Elizabeth Hotel. sents some of the leading and a recreation center for unfor- ,
best insurance companies in the tunate youth.
The tickets are available by country. Carroll promises to always LOW COST HOME LOANS?
contacting any members or at be fair with anyone whoIs While In New York Dr
Mary's House of Beauty, 532 affiliated with him. Sweeting attended several ses- . YESI
NW 2nd Ave. sions of the United Nations;; ,"
Mrs. Mary W. Kirkland, Mrs. Most of the people In Miamiare also the Florida Exhibition \
Ailene Scott, cochairmen.Northwestern acquainted with Carroll which Is being held in Radio S
from his past record-breaking I City.
performance in the last legislative I PLUS. "
PTA I race in Dade where he Visitors are welcome to visit . t
polled 31, 283 votes in the run- the Sweeting estate.AUTO. .l. \,

The Northwestern Senior off election. t i ",
High School PTA meeting will The Carroll Agency handles h a c. EQUAL JOB OPPORTUNITIES
be held Monday, Oct. 21 in the Insurance covering your home, +..
school auditorium. Business of car, business, workmen's com- FOR ALLIMORTGAGES! ,' .'
importance will be discussed.All pensation, church, or any typeof k J 11<'
patrons are asked to be bonds. WITHOUT
present and on time.NOTICE. (':
All of us are proud of Earl DISCRIMINATION!
Carroll's achievements as are
his family including his mother- 1..
Mrs. Una Carroll, his brother, I w WHEN
All memWers and friends are (policeman) Charles! Carroll,I a .
Invited to come and worship his sister, Jean Morley (a YOUR 100% INTEGRATED
with us, at 1425 NW 54th teacher) and sister, Judy Wil-
Street on Thursday's Friday's cher (a student at xavier UnI- !
and Sunday's from 1:00: p.m. to versity.) ROOSEVELTSAVINGS :
6:00: on Friday's from 800: to f' '" 5::

1000.: Come ,and hear this Lady Direct from Key West

of too God large for or yourself small for no her Job she is FREDDIE GRANT : & LOAN ASSOCIATION ,

can help you as she has helped take over the Hammond organat
others. the Satellite Ixmngp this .. :..1.f .
"God is ,the answer to all weekend, also Sunday afternoon I SR.22'. FILED f ''.'71I' n .
prayers.Rev.. ntnrtinjc. at 3 p.m.. 6222 NW 7th ti
E. II. Curry Avenue. Liability InsuranceNEW ,
Rose of Sharon Temple Of ; .

Divine Science LOW RATES
1425 N.W. <h. Street .
Advertise It !
Pays "'.1.
Miami, Florida $107.00 YEARLYTo ...
( and from work) &
With good driving rworda 'JOHN .. OU. JR. ELMER A. WARD


10000. SY AN AOINCY OF r

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Also Rent 6.1231
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FR 4-2044
OX 6-1233 or 696-1233

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4 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1963 able for them to do so. FOrm RattleAllAmerican
The county and the general 'public do not expect

them to do
honest, hard working .
Ye Editor believes we have an
board and would like to see them continue as long as Booked lit HomicideJACKSONVILLE

possible. .. .
Why couldn't they shorten those hours? There Mhattda, 25, former Florida A

seems no good reason for not doing so. and M grid star and pro football .
-- II."iSiR: IUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher player, was booked by
l' GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor Jacksonville police Friday night
The City Commission has endorsed a constitutional for homicide investigation.

amendment that allows Bible reading and prayer in pub- Police said* Miranda's father-

,' ti;' -. ,, 'New Mount Tabor lic schools. in-Jaw, George H Wyatt of
'' Commissioner David 'Kennedy remarked that ,he Jacksonville djed' the resultof
K' The new Mt. Tabor Baptist Church, replacing the was greatly concerned over the present trend to eliminateGod injuries suffered during. a
old' frame' building, occupying >a short block at 66-67th from our lives fight between- the two.

Sts., was dedicated on Sunday afternoon, September 22. Miranda -* graduated from
'That day happened to be an historical occasion. Although : A sand M in 1001, played pro
Ye Editor passed by Mt. Tabor and saw thegrowdLthat The Miami Economic Advisory Board;. a ,ninemember : ball with the. New ;,York Giants,

L \ marched from the Community Center where group with Atty. Robert L. Shevin asfchairman, has and Canadian was, recently Club released\ ''' ,by a

services were held during construction, he was unable reported its findings. tt _
to stop because he was on his way to witness the NAACP For an area not industrial minded, taxes are much ...
'r dom March. too high, the board reports. QIILD'CA E
I Local businessmen got the blame for the city's business children
for ,
.Last ;week the, Rev.. Alexander Allen, "assistant pas- I and industrial decline, also lack' of ,help from and Pinder. care HI 8-0735. Pickup and
tor, had him on a tour of the building. What: he saw was unstability of area government. deliver.. Children from six

:really pleasing.This The board made certain recommendations for consideration months to five years.
church measures 57x124 feet. The auditorium, l
nicely furnished, seats 600 ; the balcony, 200. The ban-
tistry and two choir rooms are at the back of the auditor You get French service at

um. Laymen Hold I Session in WPB ADA LEE'S

Tn the basement!: :> are 12 classrooms,. the nnstnr'&---___
WEST PALM BEACH those who hhve served faithfully Dry Cleaning and
study, a ladies' lounge and a completely furnished kit I -
chen. Laymen of the South Florida as laymen and are now
Conference, 11th Episcopal Dis- unable to perform their duties. Laundry
..,. ', There are, two recreation. rooms.. ,,;:57x2J, and. four. trict, met In quarterly session Mrs. West was made chairman
VMt. "
re's t room, two on each floor. II < ::- ) Sunday 'afternoon, Sept. 29, 'at of this committee along with Specialist in dre's.&nakinK\
Paine Chapel AMP Church of others selected from the four with or without patterns
Tabor started 62 in old Lemon
was years ago .
which Rev II. McNeal HarrisIs districts.It Professional hand Ironing
City by the Rev. R. B. Goodwin, C. W. Barnes, Mr, and pastor, Rev. A. Williams, Repair work for men and ladies
Mrs. Horace Sharpe, Dock Howard, :Mr. and Mrs. Elijah presiding elder and the Right was proposed that thelaymen's Pickup service. Call here for the
Bowles and Mr. and Mrs. William Dillard. RevV.. F. Ball, presiding song become an integral best
of all
prelate. part our lay meet-
62nd Street
ministers the church Reverends B Ings, whether local, district, 738 N.W.
Eight pastored : Preceding the meeting, the conference or state. Phone 754-9941
P. Goodwin A. Thomas Rev. N. B. Williams Rev.
J. laymen were served a very r
J. T. Merrit J. S. P. Watson, C. T. Brown, R. E. tasty menu by the local organ- All districts made an ,appreciable -

Edwards and J. N. Byrd, who took over in 1941: and sere ization.At the following roll presidents call report report-with .....
ed until his death in 1959. 2 p.m. the session opened Ing: Miami District, Zack Fer- -PLEASEDrive
The new church was the brainchild of the Rev. Mr. with C.V. Penny, local president !tuson; North Miami District,
conducting devotionals.He Willie Fletcher; West Palm [ carefully-you may |
Byrd, and. the congregation worked toward that end ;
wa ably assisted by Mrs.
Beach District, Mrs. Lula Bald- hurt one of my clients
but he was not to see his dream accomplished.The Ellen Dowe, conference chaplain -
win and the Fort Pierce Dis-
present pastor, the Rev. Purdy Brown, took trict, S. T. Piper.
over, and, supported by the church officers and con. Mrs. Irene L.. Taylor, confer- The |Business Men's Assurance |
next quarterly meeting
ence president was presented'w
gregation, saw the funds grow to $42,000, and they de. Mrs. Lula Baldwin, Palm I will be held during the forth- Company
cided to begin the work. Beach District president of the coming annual conference at 0301 N.E. 6th Avenue

The work was started by the Rev. T. C. Kelly, but Lay OI' H1lzf1tlon. Mrs. Taylor Greater Bethel, Miami, Dec. 2-8. I Miami Shores MU 8-2183
later another contractor took ..over.I resented her conference offl-
ers and asked that they as* BERNICE s. HENDERSONPublic I:
The building committee comprised Rev. Alexander emplc inside the altar. In
Allen, chairman; Deacons Sidney White, Richard Powell I her' very dignified way, she Relations Director

Boston Pasley, George White, Alexander :McKenzie, l/rought excerpts from the
secretary, land Pastor Brown. Connectional lay meeting heldIn
Detroit, Mich. She reported
Officers are : Sylvester Bruton, chairman of the the findlnc of the various committees .I O.PEN
which she SUNDAYS
on ; Mrs.
Deacons Board James Banks Barnes
; secretary; Elwyn Anne Smith and S. T. Piper
secretary; Sidney White, chairman of the Trustee Board. served. t

Among the leading women are Ethel Wilkerson, Sylvia Copies of proposed recom- 1 'til 4
Butler, Mrs. Mundy and Anna .Powell, president of the mendations that were drawn p.m. p.m.

BTU.The tip In the Connectional meet- Monday Saturday' 'til SWIGS
pastor and congregation have every reason to Incr were circulated among; the

be proud of their accomplishment, and The Miami Times croup and for approval.observation The, Florida fission -

believes the community joins in congratulating them delegation' was commended for:
upon their worshipping "now. in an. edifice valued ''at the'nct1ve parts they' played In' .
$150,000. presenting our church probilems
'* ahrl proposals to,\tl10| Con='
nection"\ for detailed dhcussions.Thosot ; 100 PER CENT HUMAN HAIR
City Taxes HighCity 'who represented the S. ,
Fla Conference nt the various ..
of Miami taxes for 1963-64 are now in the meetings gave their reports a.$
follows FROM q 69. y
hands of'' tax' payers. That:,they .are high can hardly be I OOr1

disputed, On the other hand, when you consider the service -' A. F. Glenn, CV.. Penny, .....U,
you get on the whole you might agree there is little'' Andrew Jackson state Lemon meeting and Theodore in Lees-

.reason for serious complaint.With : bure: Mrs.; Anne Smith and S. "'ONY TAIl

each bill sent is an interesting folder giving: T. Piper, Connectional meeting, H airI
you last year's highlights, telling of future plans and, Freedom Detroit; Mrs. L. D. Hodglns,
March Washing-
,giving a breakdown how your dollar is" spent. on -

Just: as a reminder,. to those who read it ''and for ton.A memorial committee was 4
information of those who did not take, the trouble to do appointed by the president for Pieces
. soL here .is what your tax dollar buys: the purpose of remembering I i

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Police protection, 17.9c; fire. protection, 14.5c;
garbage, trash collection 11.2c ; streets, bridges sewers, WANTED<: $2.9BII
6,7c: lighting, 2.9c:; libraries 3.8c ; inspections, t 9c ; ad- MAN OR WOMAN to manage from
ministration, 3.5c; debt service 11.4c, ; finance 2.4c ; downtown rooming house. New
publicity, 2,6c; others 49c. Total $'LOO.To building fully furnished, and I
occupied security needed live
LJ.ST! \ R'S' 100 per cent DOUR'' .. .
on premises Call JE 1-3181 or i : f "E" BI.
mention one item : Garbage collection picked up CA 1-4833.
twice weekly, trash collection every ten days; operation I Human. Hair

cleanup twice a year; downtown streets swept daily at a RENT I For that
cost of 11.2c of your dollar.
NICE ROOMS, 1020 NW 2nd
After',all it's not too bad. Maybe next year taxes will Ave, under new management. I 0 touch of i
be a little lower. Let's hope so. lill's Guest House, Mrs IsaUall "'4 ..-.--...--or
Hill, manager. $10 weekly with glamorST
Dade School Board cooking. Phone 373-1092, 'If no
; answer call PL 1-7361.
'4t.! j
_,." Ye Editor read with regret news that three members NICE CLEAN ROOMS 5311
of, '' are contemplating resigning and NW 30 place Rooming house, Starlet Wig Center
- that "chairman, might, not care to serve another term. under new management. Mrs.
Reason :given is that there's too much work. Some Isabell Hill Mgr.. $10 and $12 1079
NW 54th
weekly with Street
.,', board. members put in as much as 30 hours a week. 373-1082, if no answer PL. -
w v commendable it is certainly
WntfvtKisis! unreason- -8361.
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Negro Owned Company To ,' \1 "" 1;;SATURDAY OCTOBER 19, 1962 t PAGE*>*'& 5 II.!

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tll.NEW tll.
Produce ,
Greeting Cards
YORK The first full- the Negro market by printing The Ntjgro's drive for civil CUSTOM MADE '
line of Negro greeting cards tinted-faced versions of their rights will not be Ignored in the b / '
sentiments of Dorothy Lee b PLASTIC FURNITURE
will be on the market in time regular line at Christmas time,
said Brad Itidlck, Dorothy Lee cards. Many of the cards will i
Christmas it
for was announced SLIP COVERS I
have themes taken directly '
founder and president. II' '
today by the Dorothy For Instance
from the headlines. CRYSTAL CLIAR ,
Greetings Corporation, a newly "Another puts out cards just : one card being considerect I HEAVY GAUGI '.
formed Negro-owned company. for Christmast'e will be the for Valentine's Day reads flU LONG RESISTANT LASTING
The Christmas; cards from first to offer a full, wellrounded 'Til go anywhere for you . FULLY
the new firm will include three line specifically designed for except to Mississippi. GUARANTIED
lines general, bible text and Negroes.; 1 IOAKMAN. MSTfYpSItn111 '
nativity themes. However, the I "Although the new cards arc ,110Y
He pointed out that the Negro -
New York based company alsoannounced designed with the Negro in MATIKIAUAlUMINUM N
market over 200 million S T
that it woulu issue; strong with a yearly buying 'I mind, this does not preclude ZIPPERSCttSHIOM FRiI ISTIIrtATli
greeting cards for every anni-occa- power in excess of $15 million : their use by the general public : AIR UNTIL SPECIALIZINGIN
sion including birthday CALL
get-well, Valentine's is largely Ignored in the,I ," Mr. niddlok commented. I PI" nf1NS PLASTIC DAY Ot
versary field of speciality items such as SLIPCOVERSEXCLUSIVELY NIGHT
Each line will
and Easter.
Day Lee "A subsidiary market "f
include humor and traditional greeting cards. Dorothy large
cards. Greetings is the first company exists for this type of card to I HONfT.50II \ "-
', to address Itself exclusively to their topicality and unique de- 1 House of Gretchen wi
I this of the market, he
"Many of the major companies segment "
have made concessions to said. I sign. I .. .
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2 DO a'fTcoItGIVES 1,000 For EOD .. \


WHEN ONE MORE ,Opportunity Day will 1 IE'qual
be celebrated on Nov. 23 with a
banquet at the Everglades Hotel

When i in Dade Broward or Palm Beach County Miami Sponsored. Urban by'League'thV National Greater

Urban League Affiliate, the

the Watt T of Power purpose all citizens of this that day they is to should remind
': TuneSTARRING to 5,000 G\'Ver have equal opportunity In every J
facet of our democracy,

1 The speaker for this occasion. (
,. ; ON will ho Whitney M. Young, Exe-
::: 'ff. cutive Director of the National
: r f. YOUR.;( Urban League The public is 'i
, WA"ME 1 A60' invited to hear him tell of the :Ji
: .. gains made, and how to '.
"' "t..? RADIO strengthen and add to them. "'f'

Last year's dinner was said
to be one of tho biggest and
best; but the committee has
set a goal of 1,000 dinners for
this year and Is counting on II
your cooperation. (

Tickets are $5.00 each, and
r $ group or firm tables are avail 1
: a r '' t r ,,, able._ They may be obtained'
by calling Mrs. Eddie G. Daniels,
ticket chairman, KR 1-0470, or ,
the local Urban League, office :I
tJ1jY 4 ..<
Mrs Louis Glasser li Equal |Ii j,

1, Opportunity Day chairman.

a 11I: N, : WAMEProgram Schedule I

I'R Monday Haturday f

: : ? .,a 5 a m. 7 a.m. Hro. Hay, CJowpiI -
:i Program
1 .. I 7 a.m. 10 a.m.-I'Yi'd JIaniui I I IHhow
1 a '
t ;,, ;a I 10 a.m.Hhow- 12 noon-Nlclwy' Lee\

12 'noon 3 p.rnI"rcl Hanna

Donald Jones Brother Ray Burkie "The Kins" Bee Alfonzo Mozell show
". ::1 p.m. 0 a m.-King lint
0 p.m. 10 p.m.-Nicky Len
-: -Th 10 p.m. 12 mMnlUv' Hot Line
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tt U uI. 11 u.m.-flno hay,
GoMprl Program
A (8 n.m. Robert 1'urw
IO-.TO a.m. Negro College Choir)
N, r a ; 11 a.m. 3 p.m. -Fred Hanna
3 p.m. 8 p mNlckcy Lee
J e, H, p.m. 10 It.mKln.-
10 p-">. Mldnlte.-Hot Line
:.Mldnlte 1 a.m_KIn* DM

/In; f/ 96 rA+'" ii Community New with Al-

i :; Ion/'(> Moxril dally 8:2A am.;
0:20: non and 7:2(1 a.m. News Report -
with Don Jordon, 20mltiutcH
INUIt the hour. ABC
ntw, 5 mlnutcM to the hoar.

:A E Times 'ads don't cost

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They !
Franklin Jordan Nicky Lee Fred Hanna pay
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NEVER CLOSED - Prices Good Thru/ Oct. 19th/ teller's AG Store Only
Beef Liver Ib 29 Ib 490

Short Ribs lb 391 lb 351

lb 490 lb 250


Sliced Bacon 37 Spare Ribs lb 290FOLGER'S


-:Produce .:. MOUNTAIN GROWN ALL GRINDS Frozen DairyFarm

Macintosh 3 LB POLY BAG COFFEE ib, 39* House Pumpkin Family SizePie
With $5.00 Order or Mor. 290BOOTH
Apples 29*
6 FOR Prune Juice 390EXTRA BREADED 10 Oz. Pkg.
Shrimp 59*
Grapefruit 291 LARGE 38-OZ. BOTTLE

Yams 3 lb 251 MARTI-5H.OZ.BOTTLEr Ice Cream 390Morton
Stuffed Olives
Chicken, Beef,Turkey
Oleo 27 Shampoo 39C Dinners 390We
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. Cash Payroll Checks CofdjBeer At All Times 24 Hours DAILY I

Fruit Cocktail 5 for $1 GARDEN- 303 CAN
I HALVES OR SLICED 303 CAN Sweet Peas 5 for $1
Y. C. Peaches 5 for $1 303 CAN
303 CAN G.B.Cream Style Corn 6-$1
Bartlett Pears 4 for $1 303 CAN
Cut Green Beans 4 for $1
303 CAN 8-0Z.CAN
Tomatoes 5 for"$J.
Stewed Tomato Sauce 5 for 49C
Eelbeck Rice 530 Castup 5 for $1


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Bunche ParkRecreation THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA.

"" People. News SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1963 PAGE 7
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: Places. the Once Metro again Dade the County fall season Parks of Bethune Tops Morris Brown !

. and Recreation Department has II
begun with enthusiastic response -
from the children of 29-15 in Homecoming
l4ati Y: M Things . this area.. All grades are now \,
participating In the after Bethune-Cookman College's star John Cheney and former ,' r

t: 4'.. school program. Two new per- Wildcats roared from behind football greats Bunky Matthews .1
have recently the and Thornton both former
sons Joined Ray ( -
WISH I'D SAID TIllS: "I'll the Marine Corp and his jumps staff to accommodate the first with three touchdowns In the B-SS coaches), Andrew Hinton -
rather see the billions spent were were from a plane in a grade girls and boys. They are fourth quarter and a 29-15 Tank Johnson and Sport
here on humanity rather thanon parachute.. Sgt. Gilbert is sta- Miss :Eileen Carter, and James Homecoming victory over Mor-
an obvious dead man on the tioned at the Reservist Train- Ferguson. ris Brown College at Memorial Anderson.
moon." This was a statement ing Center, 4th Naval Air Gun- '
made by an obvious anti-moon fire Liaison on 27th Ave. and Mr William Boll, and Mill Stadium Saturday.
earthling to questions asked 66th St. He is the first Negro Marva Bannerman are the sec- Trailing 15-8 going Into the ,
him about the UjS. putting a from Miami as a reservist to ond grade leaders. These short- final quarter, the Wildcats sent r
man on the moon. complete training and graduate ies are enjoying such activitiesas the crowd of 1,000 Into near
from a jump school. He is the kick-ball, V. B. U Group bedlam with their belated
ABOUT a brother son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Games, relays, arts and crafts,
columnist on a daily paper Gilbert Sr., 5830 NW 21st Ave rhythms and storytelling. FIrst, Ernest Sheffield hit
who went to an alcoholics par- Charlie, a lithe, handsome The third, fourth, fifth and Jerry Simmons with a 15 yard
ty in interest of an item for young man, tried to explain the sixth grade boys are now engaged TD pass. Then he passed to
his column, no doubt, and rudiments of parachute jump- in the most;; favorite Wilbur Jones for the two point
wound up stewed to the gills, ing to us, but we didn't cottonup sport of the season, flag foot- conversion and the Wildcats
so much so that he ran into to him. It takes us a long ball. Each afternoon you can were ahead to ,stay 16-15. y
the rear end of a car. In searchof find the park, literally swarm-
time to just jump to conclusions -
newsy tid-bits to fill these Ing with the boys practicing for Not satisfied. Sheffield threwan
much less skylarkingup
vacant places has to go 18 yard Insurance
one get in the wild blue yonder the football league games which
right down with it. To add insult down to Jones :
flirting with a piece of silk will be starting very shortly. pass touch-I
to injury, while this mem- remaining John
with a lot of strings. But he A Club" has also
"Spokes the
ber of the fourth estate was kicked point after
cooling off, his wife had an accident said that once you are up there, been established with the fifth
also. But she was sober! when your Jump master says, and sixth grade girls. This is Later, Holteit Jones returned
"hit it," you gotta go. Imaginefive primarily for the girls who a punt 75 yards for the final
times hitting the ozone have had previous experience IJ-bS touchdown aided by a key N1ep
Here's a bit of news: Sgt. plunging to earth at over 50 on the tumbling mats. They Mock by Henry Harris
Charles Gilbert graduated Sept. miles an hour! Ugh! hard
practice very learning to
27 from the Jump school at Ft. Seriously, though, Charles do vigorous and difficult tumbling The Wildcats ran their record
Benning Army Base after mak- deserves all commendations. feats. : to 3-1 and next week meet 1
ing the required five jumps. would like to see more of our !Benedict} .Copcguo In the Gator
Sgt. Gilbert wasn't "JumpIn' at young men get such experi- The advanced archery class HOWl at Jacksonville.honored Miamians 'a rot! welcoming
The Savoy," he's a reservist In I ence! has begun, already with much In Homecoming cere- home Pvt. Willie Mulkey, son
_. success. Tlitvso gills arc tryingto of Mrs. Katherine: Brockton of
------ ---- ---------------- monies with the Alonzo Stags
Jr'" M.I.I JI\-rI'IUDur; ritW 1f'1I'I".D'J[ J.P.YJJf'I'JarJ.Dr.][ lr.cJHVETERAN'S bulls withina
score ten eyes Award were former basketballthem 0102 NW 8th Ave.
certain perIod so that they I
This' column lit prepared Mulkey has completed two
may be in the Hulls lye Club.
I weekly at the VA Office, 084 W. Many thanks to Harold Mit- I years service at Fort Leonard
Flagler St., Miami, for Informa- chell of the physical education have good, clean, super wood, Mo. He Is a 10'58' graduate
CORNER tlon of Veterans in this area. department, who works so hard vised recreation with specially of Northwestern Senior High.

......._......._.. .. .... sr ir-sr 5r ir:r!T.._TmriTTr It...J\' L LS d.Irl...l and faithful with our progiam. concerning trained personnel.our program All questions will be 4' J'r"1Y"XJr:"rrrr. ::1Y".Jr:II:ir.1f':1r:

VA and We hope all the parents will cheerfully explained by the
C-R DIARY erans on pension com-
I pensation rolls. encourage their children to par- Center I Director, Edwin Cambridge HANNAH MOTELDAY
Had a nice visit September26th ticipate In the program. Let .
with Howard B Fielding, QUIZ CORNER WEEK OR ....
one of Miami's most noteworthy Q. I was retired from active. Painless", Office 'liriilinrni ol
citizens. As of August, 1963, service In July, 10G2 and am OVERNIGHT ROOMS
Mr. Fielding was one of 24 sur- eligible for schooling under the RUPTURE :'Z'I PILES I
viving Indian War veterans, and Korean GI BUt Do 1 have eight 631.45 NW 32nd St.

South Florida's only one. Says years from my date of sepa- Itt'dlll I IS4MH| !', VlllllOfti VflllH" 11'0.
he smokes eight to ten cigarsa ration In which to complete my "muteNo lout |II|IM..IMhtiinl.. I'MINM" Phone 635.4643
day. My doctor Is going to Schooling? lTpoi Cm'MM'I Inn of Rupture| Reducing ,
have to talk to his doctor. Think All educationor
A. No sorry Lovett Hutcheton, Mgr.
niood-Uiino Texts |>ll. LONfl'H CIINU''
I'll suggest to Mayor High it training under the KoreanGI indf'stirs.wwR1rmY
might be nice to make Mr. Bill must come to a closeon 1513 8.W. .lnt SI.-I'll ;.1-2718 A general health service
Fielding the honorary Mayorof January 31, 1965. We might I "rwRwwirwaa\
Miami on Veterans Day. add, If It will help your case r r

any, that Korean vets with ser- ... ... "
INDIAN WARS vice-connected disabilities come }Z'.. B' )('.. 1. ..' )i;." J
In case you're wonderingabout under different program and ID ." ; @I'
the Indian Wars, they have different deadline dates. 'I '! I \ \ ''ti: ,

covered 1860-1898.a Our long Mr period Fielding, from enlisted ... .................... .-.....

in 1892. There were 106
thousand participants. As of '
June, 1963, there were 441 *I'i franklin
widows, 23 children and 28 veto Painting. Contractor

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Professional Piano Tuner ..lcenMPd' and Injured

And!! Repairer Ily City and County
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1935 N.W. 153rd St. Service phone FR 9.8685 *i&-
Opa-locka K8TIMATE8Indf

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rzrnlrnSR $6O
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TERMS 'Olley Bill Miller Dr. Nathaniel Colston
......wa' ,...,IUGU
the Board
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saw ... uwwu:_: _..... ... .spear.-- INTEGRATED
mita ..w.......... w n...a Ma.......w
Cu Savings and Loan Association /tl:. ',

(h' "Chartered and Supervised by the United States Government !.

New Homes for Florida Living q'- (
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open 3-5: p.m. Owners at: flcm
1888 N.W. 55th: St. With extra corner lot. -i FEDERAL R.teperYe.r Paid and ,'
Compounded QuarterlySavlnct
loU N.W. 58th Tenv -with extra lot. t ;1 '

1M4 N.W. 49th 8t. 3-bedroom., 2 bath, Fla. room Q ID;i; r; j .:. SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI 1 !' to $10,000. Insured by an atj "I t
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agency of the
1800 N.W. 41.t St. with extra lot S
1001 N.W. 3rd AVENUE e 371-7652 .Government
Built to suit. No money down. We

3: lots Need,CASH house Money PAID for kindergarten FOR? See LOTS Baron-AND,1935 JE HOMES NW 8-1340 50th St. @ @) @

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Church Convention ' 0. M" PAGE 8 _SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19,'-1963_- I I0

Passes Strong Rights Ford Real Estate Exclusives !

ResolutionsFive Buy a home from us today. We arrange all financing \
over 200 to choose from. Down paymentsstart .
thousand Disciples of at' $100., Drive by today! t
Christ attending the Inter- month including V H '
national Convention of Chris- T1530 NW 51st Terrace $77 ( ,
tian Churches here passed three taxes and insurance). Beautiful CBS home. Tile
resolutions Tuesday designedto tile bath and ex-
'''roof, hardwood floors, carport
combat racial discrimination ira apartment in rear that is rented for $60 tfr
The resolution, principallyfrom
white 0 ministers from the month. Ask for Mr. Milton. v w svT** A

South. Debate on the resolu- 2-1855 NW 43rd St. For small family. $100 down, UtfWWlUkDRUG
tions, and their passag6 by one- $18 week.
sided votes, took only 45 Wm- }
utes. 3=::1715 NW 77th St. Large home for large family. FREE DELIVERY

$195 down, $22 week. . .
The resolution: 1141llltJlll.l 11 H"l'1: h .11d1Rje.R75n
ASKED the convention to 4-715 NW 42nd St. E. Z; terms. Large, clean 3- 'Phone! 691.t65lLIBCiTY
NW 15th Avenue
support racial relations at all bedroom home. Florida room. Drive by and ask
levels. for Miss Lee. HKOTtSfflamEg.
CALLED for all Christian
churches to be vocal and activein 5-2028 NW 42nd St. $250 down, $60 month. CBS
racial areas.PLEDGED home with enclosed'' porch and awnings.

"support of Immediate 6-744 NW 47th Terrace. $400 down, FHA. Real
brotherhood action" in large, clean home. Has extra apartment to rent
moral and civil rights
The Disciples concluded their out, 3-bedrooms, 2 baths.
114th annual convention at Miami 7-322 NW 52nd St. $200 down, FHA. 2-bedroom, DRIVEIN THEATRE
Beach Convention Hall on nicely kept home, terrific for small family. $77.72
Wednesday. I per month., I OX 1-7959 22nd Ave. and 69th St

Debate on the first resolution, 8-763 NW 41st Street. $72.47 month. Ask for Lou
submitted by First Christian
II Church of Tampa, lasted 20 Step. NOW PLAYING
minutes."It 9.-;Off of NW 7th Ave. and 42nd St. $200 down. 2-
speaks a few words of bedroom home. No qualifying, furnished.
encouragement to us who are I
living in a difficult situation," I 10-1268 NW 42nd St. $500 down, $85 month. Rear
said a minister from Montgomery. nice 2-bedroom home. Freshly painted in and I THE HoTTESTSOUWDflRpUND!

out. Carport, wall) to wall ,carpet, stove. and refrigerator The First Full-length Hootenanm/
"We realize we must changeour move right in.
attitude toward our Negro Musical Ever Filmed!
brother," said a Virginia min- We ate' open Saturday' and' Sunday
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charged atmosphere?" Ford Realty Inc.
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Negro minister from Michigan -

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1963 \ '' c.. \

BALTIMORE Heavyweightboxer .
Ernie Knox died In a it %
Baltimore hospital Thursday, a CLYDE KILLEN'S KNIGHT BEAT PRE\ 1i
and a half after he ?
a $250 purse. .... ,. '.
Doctors 'said a blood clot on
the brain killed him and even o. r M 1r
had he :lived he would have 1 MRu {
been partly crippled. Knox died'
at Provident Hospital at 0 a.m.
Knox' death was the eighth
boxing fatality of the year. i
He was knocked out in the 1\::
ninth round of his fight with
Wayne Bethea of New York a

Monday night. '1 i 1T
Knox, floored for a nine-
count earlier in the round, lay 4
stretched out on the ring canvas wwSi
for nearly 10 minutes. after a >'
volley of Bethea punches sent S 8 tq e' Y
him there at 1:15: of, the round.
The 26-year-old Baltimoreanwas # .
carried from the ring on a }

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bicycle at night you'd better $, "Hey There Lonely Boy"'
get a light for it.
Metro has resumed givingtrafUckots -
to children MICO BLANCO"WORLD'S '
.1.I ng III';,+" "',''l erVt 0''+'' without 1f gmemller }.,.+...e,. .T7a.....-_ '

cars,,and,. riding. bicycles are' thesame. WINS 3RD PRIZE WITH PERSULAN RINSE AND PRESS PARISIAN DANCER . .
-> .1 :
tJ f 'Mr.. Dumas competed with. several other Artists at the,, GEE GEE LETANGEPlus

O'Rrlen Reality Clinic held recently Ho Is a graduate' of Ceasor's, the Sir John Dancers, Bobby Marshall, M. C.,
A million-dollar suit has
University qf Cosmetology.PEItSULtN .
been filed against Dr. Martin Frank DuBois Band. Make table reservations now

Luther King in the Circuit RINSE AND PRESS for keeping the hair from Admission: Friday and) Sunday $1.25 Sat. $1.75
Court at Gadsen, Ala. The going hack I is spreading the with CIao As
country same successtho
plaintiff claims she was inJured t;: .: ______ '
and }humllated during a I') RRUI MEDICATED; SCALP Cnl,).UI, which relieved" BIG TEENAGE MATINEE

racial demonstration. dandruff, falling hair, ringworm/ and Itchy ,scalp, and bald fill) tftl'xrl'pt Sunday, Oct. 20, 3-6 p.m. Admission $1.00 (
In male pattern1' baldness.Mr. Ruby and The Romantics plus All-Star Show

Dumns with several othpr local beauticians assisted ..... ... .
along .. .
Ga. Slater King ::: ::;
'Albany, ::;:: :: ;;; !;ill ;; ;;; :: = ::
was a candidate for the officeof ;\Ir. Rill Simmons of New York In domon.slratlng the new COMING OCTOBR 25 26 27
mayor. He polled 2,547 votesto PEIUSULAN: RINSE AND PRESS before several hundred beauticians -
his opponent's 7,220. While ,
ai the Sir John recently. Tho (clinic declared a big SIICCCHS. "
he ..
King lost, as we supposed, .
expected He should be proudof
the, honor of 'running the-
the first of his race for the
office of mayor of his city. .

After an enjoyable stay in ISHAIRFROM !

our city visiting Mrs. Alma i
Gllcort of 6820 NW 13th Ave., PRESS
Mr. and Mrs.. Perman Johnsonleft 1 i;
on Tuesday for their homein

New York City. GOING BACK! ) ) yjtir

As we are about to end ..
National Newspaper Week, one r ,
of New York's important dailies I Why Ladle Are doing for Per f ti A :
the Mirror, goes out of busi- aq
ness. This is the result of a Milan Rlnxo and I'rt04.,,

strike that has been going on ((1 1. Waterproof hale ? f ,

for some time. 12. Keeps Hair From; Going Rack :

The Mirror will be missed . Can lie lined by Anyone
by thousands of readers and 1. (:live!' nod)' to Hair I Ri M1r'
its demise adds.hundreds to the PERSULAN HAIR
Hold* Curls" Longer S
unemployment list.
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Kev. H. C. McDowell, pastorA.
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who, during travelled the past abroad vacation will SUPPLY COMPANY Thursday, October 31, Halloween Nite

give period,Impressions and experiences I 7211 N.W. 2nd Avenue Miami 50, Fla. Clyde Killens and his Hurricane Boys present their

gained in Scandinavian S _ .. Fourth Annual Masquerade Ball and Ladles Nite
Countries, Germany, France, S Show.
Italy, Ghana, Liberia and Ni-

Interesting souvenirs, curios,
etc., etc. will be 'on display. MISS
William "S. Johnson, director
of choral group at Dorsey Jun- Serena's Anniversary Sale
ior High and director of church
choir, will "play back" high-
lights of taped concert that he Good for two weeks starting Monday
directed at University of Oslo,
where he received a prolonged MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAYWith
standing ovation by the King
and other dignitaries. Miss every complete hairdo for $4.00 any two of
Carolyn Tolbert, Mays High, Irln1'1!' lobby Chickio Haby,
will share experiences of travel the following services FREE . Carlotta Mlu'ltball Norms Tawana
and serious study at a French = -, S Sr
University. Mrs. Gwendolyn Eyebrow arch Manicure Clean up. facial_ ---c- r' F

Julius Bullard, Tucker Eta Hair Cut Loving Care Rinse '- Ultra violet ray r n ,
mentary School, will share impressions scalp treatmentsS' >;
of various ,
pean countries, and particu- Quality wigs at discount prices ,; *

larly of ,West Coast, of Africa. I ;
EveryUody is invited .to-*share Make your appointment early You can be sure ;pf

the fellowship, the ''educationaland getting the best at '
cultural program beginning -
at 5:30 p.m. ;I SERENA'S.
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:::rIn ividttaal ,-Responsibillty And 827 N.W. 62nd Street PL 8-2731 Countess Lane Simmons. Tanya
The ;American Revolution For

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,1 J c MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. Seminola ParkRecreatioq FLORAL HEIGHTS ELE., . .

Chy. SCHOOL ..... . . . . . .... CHURCH NEWSTHE
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1963 ) NewsThe

___] .. The Floral Heights Elemen-
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Seminola Park weekly tary Parent Teacher Associa-
i dance which was held last Fri- tion was called to order by the INCARNATION
night a most enjoyableone. President Mrs. Muriel Vaughn'i
AACP Gains Breakthrough day was Rev. Theodore Jones vicar
I Approximately 100 teen- The devotion was led by Mrs. ,
Rev. H. E. S. Reeves deacon
agers danced to the latest tunes Daisy Hardie, Chaplain.The .
In Saint Augustine and In turn did some of the audience enjoyed the Coming soon; our annual
latest dances such as "The Sing-A-Long with Mrs. Lydia State Tea sponsored by the
ST. AUGUSTINE --After Ku Klan rally of four NAACP Popeye," "Snake," and "T h e Higgs our Music Teacher. Episcopal Church Women of
months of racial strife, climaxed officials recently, the NAACPhas Wobble." "Our Plans For Your Child," the Incarnation.Who .
. with the brutal beating at a scored a series of several We have planned many attractions was explained by Mrs. Audrey will be our" "State
breakthroughs In the nation's for your pleasure and Wynn, Curriculum Assistant, Queen" for 1963? Will It be
oldest city. enjoyment during the month of followed by a teacher from
you? Our queen of 1962 is general -
Lunch counters at Wool- Octot/er. Here are a few for each grade group explainingsome chairman Mrs. Clarice R.
worth's and McCrory's have you to put in your schedule of of the things that are being I Littles and our, president is Mrs.:
been opened on a desegregatedbasis recreational activities: done to develop a "reading Sheba Martin. Please? Please?
Broward and also Del Monico'srestaurant. Octber 5 it was dance time i background" for our children. Let us have all 50 states accounted -
Three have for the age group. This
Negroes younger
Parents for. Will you and you
were urged to help
County been hired as clerks and cash- dance was from 6 until 8 p.m.
the children at home, to come take a state?
News iers at three clothing stores. With Hallowe'en approaching to school and assist the teachers -
Employment applications are I very rapidly, we are sure in various ways. New mat Watch for further annouce-'
now being circulated among all of the youngsters are very erials and teaching aids ments. .j .
fcyWalter Bowe the city's Negro youth.At anxious to show off their Hallowe'en chased with school fees were pur-
4 Fairchild Aircraft eight outfits In the Hallowe'en displayed so parents could see
persons have been upgraded in parade which will be how necessary it is to pay the NOTICEThe
_.. climaxed with a huge party.
their positions to work on air-
plane interiors. All children who would like to fee.A report on school health and Tent at the corner of
u According to a report from participate in this event on its' importance was made, also NW G2nd St. and llth Ave invites -
The South Broward Post No. NAACP Youth Field Secretary Oct. :31 beginning at 7 p.m. an appeal for PTA membership.ship. you to bring the sick and
8195 VFW will meet Sunday, Willie Ludden since the beat- come by the center and regis- afflicted to the nightly services
Oct. 20, 5 p.m. at the Chamberof Ing at the Klan rally, many ter any afternoon until that beginning at 7:45: p.m. Salva-
Commerce Building. Mem- white have out time. We are sure that this will Winners- of the attendance tion heal campaign. Holy Ghost
bers are urged to be present.C. openly persons in support of come NAACP be a show of great style and banner were Mrs. Moorman and I Miracle Revival for all peopleof
B. Blount, Post Commander. efforts.At enjoyment. If any parents I Mrs. Dismucke. The door prize all churches.
would like for their children was won by Mrs. Edna Pol-
Fairchild Aircrafts
to participate you can call the lock. Remarks were made by
employees were informed
Attention, all Boy Scouts of they would lose their jobs if center at 888-1011 any after- the Albert.Principal, Mrs. Grace B. Auto InsuranceLow

392 Carver Ranches: There will they engaged in any protest noon.Plan now to attend these .. Parent-Teacher Get Ac-
be Scout meeting every Mon- lemonstrations. quainted Period was a
special activities planned for highlight monthly
day at 6:30: at the Masonic .. of the
pm. .. ...vrIIJIII1; ; ; ";;";"XIJlCJQ; Q enjoyment.DR. meeting. Refresh Discounts for wife drivers
Hall, first floor at SW 17th St. your ments were served.
and 42nd Ave., West Hollywaad. REAL ESTATE Mrs. Muriel Vaughns SR-22's FILEDIMMEDIATELY
Clarence H. Johnson, instruc- INVESTMENTAPPRAISALS President
tional representative; Harry M. RADIN
Newton, senior Scout Master. General Practice . . . . . . .+._._. . .-.-.- Large saving on fire and home
The J. A. Summons 1159 NW 3rd Ave. owners insuranceD.
Union of Geth-
semane Baptist Church invites 1899 N.W. 53rd St. J Phone 374.1419 Three PigsBarbecue Goodman and
you to be its guest at a fall tea Miami 42, Fla. Open dally 0:30: 1 p.m.
Sunday, Oct. 20, 4 p.m. in the NE :5-8 p.m. Sons, Inc.
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And 22nd Ave. 2688 N.W. 62nd St.
Mrs. Evelyn Bullard of West
Hollywood arrived home Mon- OX L0380
day, Oct. 14 after a two week's 40$ $fe>
A business establishedfor
vacation in New York City with family
her son, Franklin. They huffed and puffed many years to Rive you
honest, efficient service.
and blew the
Mr. and Mrs. Abbie Days. prices down Drivers license, auto tags and
would like to thank everyone : A title transfers nt this same lo-
who attended the tea, Sunday. The best in town cation. MentJon this ad and received
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St. Mary's AnnualSunday Woman's DayThe "I

Oct. 20 the womenof climax of the day will

St. Mary's will celebrate be a musical at night, with a
: their annual Woman's Day. The short talk by Patrlc Kelly. The I
; chairman, Mrs Myrl GlUson public Is Invited to worship . ,
: has gone all out to make this with us.Sunday. i

day one to be remembered.Our .
M4a'7 we were honored to
r morning speaker will be have with us Rev Eugene VV.MRS. .
the well known Mrs. Thoma-

b sena Walker Lindsey, active
llMen's t' ', member of Greater Bethel
AME Church, also an active
member In the community.


Rev W. E. Sims, pastor
l 3S A L. Stephens, reporter
Day at Antioch
O Love the Lord, all ye His
saints for the Lord prescrveth
Sunday, the men will observe I I Christian Men In These Pre the faithful, and plentifully re-
their annual Men's Day. 'sing Times," will be elaboratedby wardeth the proud doer. Be of

Theme: "The Duties of the following speakers: good courage, and lie shall

Morning, Nelson Adams, the 31 US. SUSIE IIOLLEV strengthen your heart, all ye
principal of Dunbar Elementary that hope In the Lord.-Psalm
MT. CALVARY BAPTIST School. The music will be ren- Every memlter of Mount 322321.: r I
dered by the Male Chorus of Zion Baptist Church should I /.
Rev. S. Atchinson, pastor Macedonia Baptist Church. look forward to a day of en- The sermon was delivered by .,
Constance Carter, reporter Evening: Rev. J. E Jenkins, joyment. A special Invitation Is our pastor in the morning wor-

Last Sunday was a wonderful pastor of Friendship Baptist extended to all women to attend ship and Rev. Q Davis broughtthe .
day for us. The morning Church. The music will be ren- church Sunday, Oct. 20. message Sunday night. The
sermon was delivered by Rev. dered by Jordan Grove Male On this day the women of the I spirit of Christ dwelled( with us
Goodman. He used as his theme Chorus. church have planned a spiritually throughout the day. The senior -

"Train up a child In the way The chairman, Deacon Roy I entertaining program. choirs were In charge of
the : T. W LIND8EY
that you would have him go, Ross and other officials have I song service, albng with

and when he Is old, he will not striven to bring to you, the Mrs.The Susie morning Holly.speaker Mrs Holly will be Is No. 2 usher board. James nnd Rev. Festus Carey

depart from it." public, a most glorious Men's well known locally and through-i j i Wo will be looking forwardto Jr., of Cincinnati.
Day Rev James Introduced
state of Florida. The presence this Sundayfor Rev.
the the your
At the afternoon program out
An Invitation Is extended Festus who deliveredthe
celebrated evening speaker will be Mrs. our regular services, and Carey
Workers the
Willing all to worship with us, and help the Pastor's Aid message Rev Carey took
Blacknell who Is also well at 3 p.m. for :
For that occasion ,
anniversary. make this Men's Day a suc- Union. his text from the New English
Rev. J. W. Stephenson and his I known locally. Bible Rev. 5:9. His
All captains arc asked to : sermon was
For of competent pleasure -
cess.Bro. a
congregation worshipped withus. Casey Graham, secre- attend Mt. Zion Baptist please be ready to make their well received by the congregation -
This was truly a great event tary; Rev. O. W. Foster, pastor I Church, final report this Friday night .
and a huge success. Our pastor
Rev E. T. Graham, pastor; immediately after service.
delivered the evening sermon, MT. TABOR I
and his text was based on St. Janice Aranha, reporter. Dinners will'' hn served: nil NEW PROVIDENCE

Mark 5:5.: All of these sermons Rev P. S. Brown, minister day Saturday at the church. Rev. C. J. IJurney, pastor
were very well delivered and Miss Dessie Crockett, reporterYe FRIENDSHIP M. BAPTIST The No 2 usher board will Sis. Claudia Wilson reporterThe

received. are the light of the Uuv. J. 1.:. Jenkins, pastor sponsor a party, Saturday, Oct.
world. A city that Is set on a Ruby Lee Carr, reporterOn it!) at the home of Mrs. Jurusha Lord Blessed us to havean
Again next Sunday we are I hill cannot be hid. Let were so Stuart, 0508 NW pith Ct., phone enjoyable time throughout
;your Sunday we
expecting another great day. 090-1519. A box of grocerieswill Sunday.Our .
Jight so shine before men, that missionary -
The No. four usher board will delighted to have our be given at this time.
they may see your good works the Rev A. J. King i withus away pastor I Is asking thochurch
celebrate its 2nd anniversary for
Thanking you your coopera-
glorify your Father which service and
to him to
in our morning
at 3 p.m. Each and everyone is is in heaven. tion in advance.(
he also brought us the mes- the Greater New Bethel Baptist -
Invited to out and enjoya
wonderful Revival meeting is in full sage. His subject was, "lie We offer a special prayer for Church, In Opa-locka Tho
program. force this week. As you read made a way The pastor delivered the following sick meml/ers: Rev. W. K, Smith, Pastor on

this article today, Friday you the evening message. Lucy Scott, Almeta Graham, Oct. 28th Time 8 p.m. The Num-
} still have a chance to see and Viola Kellom, Slnkle Brown, ber Two choir will render tho
MT. CARMEL BAPTIST hear the dynamic minister Deacon Albert Lewis, along I Cora Allen, Jennie Anderson, song services, and the senior
Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor who I is delivering God's word with his captains, Sis. HethaEtherldge Georgie Johnson and Bro. Hoy- ushers will be In charge of the
Christine Cohen, reporter out of his heart and soul. Rev. and Sis. Lodene Jenkins wood Hlllburton. You can con- services.On .
Bryant Is using a series of ser- and members of Ward No. tact the secretary for the address -
O Lord my God, In thee do I mons; don't miss the final ser- 8 wish to express their sin- that you may bo able to the fourth sunday morn-
put my trust: save me from all mon tonight, if you do you will cere thanks to those who help- visit with them. ing Oct. 27 we will observe
them that persecute me, and have missed a spiritual treat. ed make their musical tea a Our pastor, officers and members baptism services In our regular
deliver .-Psalm 7-1. Choir No 2 of New Provi- success on Tuesday, Oct. 22 at extend a warm and cor- : eleven o'clock service. All can-
will ren- dial welcome at all didates are asked to please be
dence Baptist Church Is pre- 8:30: the Six Trumpets to you
Special thanks to our min- sponsored by times. present at 10 n.m. and bring a
senting Its Song Festival at Mt. der a program of
isters for the wonderful ser- TaLtor Sunday, Oct 27 at 3 p.m. Ward No 4, Deacon J. S. Bush. change garment
vices they rendered to us all The is Invited as captains.Sunday When
public to come Sis. Mary Morgan you pray rememberthe
while our pastor Is away on 20 at 7 a.m. you
and worship at Mt. Tabor at Oct. sick and those that are
vacation. Will you rememberto all times and witness such inspiring are invited to witness our bap- 1815 NW 05th Street grieved over the loss of their
keep praying for God to events. tism at Virginia Beach. Let us Rev. J. B. Blacknell, pastor loved ones.Hemember.
bless them In a special manner continue In prayer for all of _Undaunted by the short time

from on high. GRACE PRESBYTERIAN our sick and those In distress. they have to reach their goal, you are always
welcome at our and coming on the heels of welcome In our services.
You always
::To him that overcometh, to are
The No. 1 choirs anniver- him will I give to eat of the services. Come to church and Men's Day, the women of St. I Rev C. J, IJurney, Pastor.
sary this Sunday at 2:30: p.m. have faith lifted. James are making ready for
tree of life, which is in the your
and I will be thereto
am sure
their Woman's Day slated for
of God. Rev. 2:7.
paradise SALTERS
help them enjoy Jesus. Nov 17. I CHAPEL AME
This will be the text for our MT. ZION AME I I Rev. H. J. Benson, pastor
Remember our members In Sunday morning sermon, "E tIng I The women generally come Flossie) Marshall, reporter
special prayer for those who of the tree of life" For the.I Rev. H. E. Greene, pastor I''up with something worthwhileIn Sunday at 3 pm. the Royal

have lost a loved one. Remem- evening sermon we will have Presiding Elder Allen held celebration of their day. Arch Masons held their anniversary
ber the sick and'shutIn everywhere the topic, "How can I know our fourth quarterly conferenceon Their programs are always of services at Salter's

that I love God?" last Friday night and closed the Intellectual type not for- Chapel A wonderful time was
Congratulations to Mrs Na- out Sunday night. lie brought getting the spiritual part of had by all.
Bible class Tuesday, 7 p.m. omi Smith and Mrs. Ursula wonderful messages during all the day, nor tho reviving songs.
Prayer meeting Tuesday, 8 p.m. Higgs, who were chairman of services All attending the ser- Friends of St. James may as Rev H J. Henson was the

the Sunday and Monday even- vice enjoyed hearing Elder well Jot this date down for a speaker for the evening, Bai

ST. BAPTISTRev. Ing programs, respectively.Both Allen. The conference ended I day to bo well spent among a ter's/ Chapel rendered services
programs were a great very successful, both spiritually friendly group of men and wo- Sunday night at St. Luke AME
..P. W. Williams! pastor delight and- we hope to have and financially) men. To you abreast of plansas Church on 6th Ave. for tho
Mrs. Bune<0>a Green reporter many more programs of such There will be two teas given they are formulated watch Rev GrIsby In behalf of their

There will be an after ser- outstanding calibre. Sunday in behalf of Woman's this space weekly.Did Woman's Day program.
vice night Morale is high as we approach Day at the church by choir No.
program Sunday 3 and Miss Jessie you know that Class Visitor are welcome to wor-
at Bethany'shome
Oct. 20 presented by the Red our anniversary loyalty ship with
Meetings held us
are Tues- on Sunday. Don't
In Brownsville every
from 4 to
Is the first weekof
Circle and Sunshine Band and week, which forget to visit
6 day night? Try to make It this the sick and
Junior Ushers' Board In Ite- November. Let us press on p.m.Woman's Tuesday. shut InST.
half of Woman's Day. EveryoneIs to the highest mark. Day will be held on
Sunday Oct. 27 All members
invited. Mrs. C. Sutton, di- ,
rectress. ST. BARNABAS W. M. of Mt. Zion are urged to coop- NEW BETHEL BAPTIST PAUL A. M. E.
E. A. Culmer pastor erate with the chairman, Mrs.
Rev Rev T. C. Kelley Jr., pastor
The fourth Sunday, Oct. 27, Mrs Sophie Dawkins, reporter Jeanette Jackson and co- 1571 NW OHth Terrace Mr. Lea Cray reporter
we celebrate our annual Wo- Morning worship was led by chairman, Miss Jessie Bcthay Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor Sunday School highlightedour
man's has to help make this Woman's Day Deacon Fred Williams
Day. The committee the pastor, He preached from reporter service with the subject,
prepared a wonderful programfor the best yet at Mt. ZIon You Last Sunday the service
Exodus, "A strong and usual was "Christians be Pure. The les-
your edification. For the life." Everyone was spiritually are welcome at all times to Mt.Zlon. most wonderful. Rev E. Bain, son was thoroughly discussed

morning worship, the speaker blessed by the Holy Ghost. delivered the sermon by all classes and reviewed
will be Mrs. Gloria B Robinson. I Our Junior church choir fur- by Hro. James Fayson.
Evening will be Last Sunday the church's
worship, there nished music with Mrs. Clarle was
These "Think on Gardner, organist, Mrs. H. Cole, BAHA'I ASSEMBLYThe 25th anniversary. The Rev. L. The pastor brought us a lovely -
Things Truth, Courage director. No. one ushers served. Thompson preached the sermon sermon. Mrs. E. Robinson'sChit
Baha'Is of Miami will
Faith WIs- for the occasion.
Temperance devotions were led Chat Chew Tea was well
dom." Panelists Mrs. A! L. Evening observe the anniversary of the This Sunday the
: ese He preached Deaconess attended and enjoyed by all.
by the pastor. birthday of the Dab (Gate, fore
GUI, AlzelinePinkney Union Is
moderator having
Mrs. from St. Luke 10. "Live In a program at Rev. Micklns and congrega-
Mrs. Ida B. Moseley search of lost souls." Mrs. M. runner of Baha'u'llah, Foun- I the church at 3 p.m Sls Diana tion was! In charge of the evening N
Mrs w. E. Sims, Mrs AndelW. E.. Culmer furnished music. der of the Baha'l Faith, at theBaha'l iJain Is In charge of the pro- service sponsored by Stew- \
Mickins, and Mrs. Helen S. You Invited to attend a Center, 137 NW 11th Ave. gram. ardess Board No. 1 In the interest M
Stubbs. Mrs. Annie B. ,Sullivan, are under the auspicesof 8 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 20. Mrs. of Woman's Day
general chairman.We sale given of the church at Lucile Buffln, member of the Don't forget to visit the sick
the women Mrs. Aremintha Local Spiritual Assembly, will and the shut-Ins. And remember We will be looking for you In
trust that you will find the home of NW C5th Terr., on preside. The public is cordially to do unto others as you church Sunday. Visit the sick i
your way to St Luke, where Walker, 1239 Invited to attend. would have them do unto you and shut-In.
you are always welcome. Oct. 19 at 8 p.m. t





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PAGE 12 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1963 ; \VP, the family of the late I II' In sad 'but loving memory of
{lA ruAnw + aY family of the late. our dear mother and grand-
... -", ....._,,_.. =",..,.'" I 1i"1/ilJl LIZZIE BAINESof mother.
1310 NW 63rd Terrace, '
who departed this life September .<< . '), .., f1
; 27, wish to take.this meth- ,". "' .. ,jO I
od to express their sincere >"
...."......... ....-..... u ._, ..,...,..... _ ..... thanks to the many friends and .it.:'
neighbors for the numerous ,
] EXPRESSION OF THANKS florals and all ,
. I IN MEMORIAL cards, telegrams,
The family of the late, other kindnesses shown during -
: In loving memory of I MRS .ANNIE SMITH their hour of bereavement.

he i who departed this life, Sep- Special thanks to members
tcmlter 29, at Kendall Jlos- of St. John Baptist Church for
pital with an expression' such encouragement and the
thanks and deep appreciationwish pastor, Rev. Thedford Johnsonfor
to express gratitude to all officiating the eulogy Also

loyal friends of the family, Francis funeral home for. such ,
members of the Friendship :Ind services rendered. pwWjh y rA'
Baptist Church, Zion Hope Bap- '
F tist Church, Mrs Georgia Harris Sally Ray
and staff of the Lincoln] Memorial Nieces, Nephews:
NursIng Home, the staffof Grand Nieces and Family kMRS.

Kendall]] Hospital Wing + .
North II, 2nd floor, Magnolia s

North II, 2nd floor. Many ,. CARD OF THANKSThe
thanks to Rev. C. J. Burney, "
+ ;
a H I' I II family of the late,
Rev W. K Smith and Rev W
E. Sims thanks to the MH. JACOB nOL E _.-."" ."", ,____..._-JO----, .
many i wish to thank our many friends
. friends for cards, cars, telegrams I'' for cards, telegrams, letters of EVELYN SEYMOURwho
flowers and your donated sympathy, flowers and other departed this life October
service expression of sympathy shown ; 18, 1962.
A special thanks to Rev the illness and deathof tr
very us during 55 5 1 y Gone, but not forgotten.
J. E Jenkins and the Francis our huslfand and father. ', May her soul rest in peace,
Funeral Home for service well We wish to thank also the ' and may light perpetual shine

done.Theodore Usher's Board of St. Agnes upon her.
Smith, son Church, the Daughters of the Mrs. Annette Chandler,
SAMUEL CAMBRIDGEwho I Annie Mae James, King, the St. Marie and St. daughterSix
departed this life October grand daughter Monica Guilds, St. Agnes Cor- grandchildren ; '
21, 1062. Mary Carr,. sister net Band, the Vestry Board ;t Other relatives
Gone but not forgotten. Rest |I Simons Davis, brother and St. Agnes Church Ushers
in peace. The Carl and Ross 3, Troop 77 'Boy Scouts of
The Family Families America, the Oliver Cornet IN MEMORIAMIn
Mrs. GeorgIe B. CambrIdgewife Band, the New Providence '?
Lodge and the Masonic family. ii loving memory of
Marie McAllister, daughter Thanks to the neighborsof ( WILLIE ATMOREwho
Lloyd Cambridge, son In sad but loving memory bf Cth place and the neighborsof t departed this life October
Eugene Cambridge, son our dear one, Gth Avenue for the beautiful 1 1C. 1002.
Calvin Cambridge, son ,,, floral sprays. Gone but not forgotten, may
"" -- ""
Roy Cambridge, son Lastly we thank the Rev. Mr. his soul rest in peace.
And all of the grand children II. V. Stuart and the membersof The Bullard Family
St. Mary's.
Wesleyan Church for the ser-
CARD OF THANKSWe vices rendered during his illness IN MEMORIAMIn
1 and death and Thanks to Mil. JAMES ENRIGHTwho
Rev. L. A. Thompson:( and passed September 30, wishto memory of my mother,
the family of the late members of Temple Baptist express our deepest appreciation father, and brother,
STANLEY HARDY JR. Church, Mrs. Irene Pratt Wilder to the many friends who MRS JENNIE CARNEGIE
wish to thank our many rela- Burdine's Personnel and through their thoughtfulnesshelped October 17 1951
tives, friends and neighbors for 4' Employees; the Rev. H. Brown, to make our bereave- MR. IKE CARNEGIEFebruary
their sympathy and kindness '; a 3; ;; t' Mrs G. Miles, Mrs. Ingram, ment more bearable. 24, 1951
toward us during his illness Miss E. P. Johnson, Miss M. MR. ROBERT CARNEGIE
and death for their cards of Major\ Mrs E. Thomas, Mr.C. I .Special thanks to Mr. and April 26, 1935
sympathy, floral pieces:;, tele- E. Gibson, the choir of St. Mt8. Thomas and all the neighbors May they rest in peace!: and
grams and the donation of the Mary's\ Rev Fred! Myers, Rev of Ib2i) NW 60th St; Grady light perpetual shine upon
use of their cars. Rufus Gilbert. i'nelps and the employees of them.Thelma .
the city with whom he workedso Carnegie *
Special thanks to the De Poo Thanks to the Francis Funeral -
Hospital and the entire staff Home for its efficient service well for the past 30 years; '
of doctors and nurses, Dr. J. L. to Rev. D. A. Bradley and Mt.
Lester Rev. Glenwood CronIn, May God add His blessingson Carmel Baptist Church, Rev. C. IN MEMORIAMIn

Rev. A. Franklin Hooper, Rev.J. V( ti all of you. J. Burney and members of loving of our dear
Butler, Rev. J. C. Ramsey, Rachel Rolle Wife New Providence B apt 1 s t mother and grandmother
Milton }Evelyn: R. Culmer, Church, Greater Israel Bethel ,
Evans Sr, Mrs. Ernes- daughter ._,__ _...__> .,, w.._, ._._ ._.,. __
tine MIngo Welters and Mrs ? Primitive Baptist Church usher
Bernice Shavers. I MRS KATIE CRAWFORD 'I! Wlllard) and Charles Rolle, board No.2, Deaconess Board

May God bless each of you. who passed away October 17, No.3, friends and relatives of

Mrs. Irene Lee Hardy, wife 1077 May she rest in peace I SonsGflRD South Carolina, and our most

Sandra Hardy, daughter and may light perpetual) shine (J! OF THANKS think to The. House of Albert
Stanley Hardy III, son upon her. who served us so well.
Mrs. Jefferson The Family
Myrtle ,
Enl/io Enrlsht: wife
mother-in-law The family of the late
Miss Rowena DOROTHY SMITH. Susan; Bellamy, 'sister
And Family
sisterinlawKey who departed this life, September -
West family of the late, 23 wish to take this
I _____._.____ ,........... ...___._ ....._....__ method to express their sincere
y 4 6 phn thanks to the many: friends for IN MEMORIAMIn

IN MEMORIAMIn numerous cards, telegrams, sad but loving memory of
florals and all other kindnesses
memory of my dear wife, < shown during their hour of bereavement our dear sister and aunt,

Gilbert Smith, husband

And Family f"R. ; .

aE6"n Ee'R IN MEMORIAM .kv
In loving menorY'of
r1 3 #
I :eNa 5 e8'

H j r, .Ai''',> : who ANGELINA passed to BURNS eternal rest

'."' .. .\ '* <;, ,>,., >' OctoLter 16, 1952.
..f.r"'I' ..'.'f..}! y .. \, Father in thy gracious keeping
Jtfr; : .. . '<-, .". ,*_".:t. leave us now thy servant
,. 1j. ':' ''" . '< ;: A
.. ., sleeping.
( i
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"'"-" .!..L, .r.'f'l'I .,I'I!i g..', .:..., -,; ,' :* 1F ...A't.l v14I May she rest In peace and
(' '
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I 'S.M.. I f' .' <" .>" \ 1r: ".A.t light perpetual shine upon her.
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LOVELL L RICHARDSON SR. '(,\, ...\ : ',,,..+.i.,*''' ''';ftrs.. ( ,. CARD OF THANKSThe
"''' '''1 \ <;" a
wish to take this method to I t "t. n.,'.If.f-i'.. J't ORSJESSIE .
thank the many and numerous \ '\\.:; family of the late.,
friends for all of their kind ....' ...., l i j, ( ,',.. HESTER GELETIIA ROLLEof

condoleces, flowers, telegrams, 2515 N.W. 67th Street Miami
'; MRS. SUSAN ELIZABETH personal calls and visits which i WEBB THOMPSON who departed this life October
,AMBROSEwho were too numerous for personal I who departed this life October 4, 1963. Take this method to express -
passed to the great beyond mention.A 13, 1957. their sincere thanks to
October 20, 1902. There Is an special thanks to all clubs Thine are their thoughts, their everyone who in any way helped
gate at the end of the road, and organizations that were "So works them to bear their burden of
> through open 'which' all must go a- helpful in so many, many 'ways Their powers all thine, and yet sorrow, with cards of sympathy
lone to a' land where never fad- and to all who gave of their .. .. most truly ours; telegrams, flowers etc. 'Thanks
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sweetest fragrance time and sympathy so gener- For well we know, wherever to the pastor and members of
flowers grow,
ing bestow on celestialair ously and unselfishly. DEACON HENRY WILLIAMS they be, St. Marys W.M. Church. The
they home where angels Mrs Artie Richardson, wife 17, 1961 and was laid to rest Our dead are living unto thee. pallbearers lodge and the numerous -
in that the king Lovell L. Richardson III, October 21, 1961. friends and to the
sing endless praises to grandson Gone, but not forgotten.. We Mrs. Nellie Minnis, sister Range, Funeral Home for their

.'. eternal. dear wife. Lovita. Lynette Richardson, love you but God loves you Anthony and Jacob Webb, kind courteous. and very effIci-
In ,
Rest, on peace ' brothers
grand daughterMrs. best.Mrs. ent service. .
Your loving husband Beatrice Burroughs Lizzie Williams, wife Mrs. Euturpie Newsome, I Eleanor Corrine and
Elder Zeph Ambrose Richardson, daughter-in-law and Family niece Dorothy, daughters


Ih sad but loving memory bE BEAUTIFUL CBS, large Fla.
our dear husband, father; ant OPEN SUNDAY 2-5, 1336 N'b38th room, front porch, air conditioners -
grandfather; St. Like new, beautiful 2- rugs, drapes, fenced
MR. ARCHIE ROLLE, sit. bedroom CBS fenced corner yard, fruit trees, separate ga-
lot, carportc, awnings, Fla.
who departed this life Octobe rago can converted Into an
1959. room, only $l1, OO. Total, $350' apartment; and has toilet and
May he rest In peace and down, $78 month pays all. A, shower. Price is $12,800, $300
light perpetual shine upon him I Ben-Korl: Realtor, 714 NW 02. !down; and $72 month' plus taxes
Mrs. Idell Rolle I St., site PL 0-5533, days PL. and Insurance. Life Realty,
And Family I 43131.DRIVE. I 4932 .NW 7 Ave PL 9-4371.

month pays all for. this big '
the roof, terrazzo floors; mod- I'
CBS home, ideal for blg famJUy, l
DEATHS era, kitchen, central heat, Jal-
: Total only $0,000. $300. down.A. .
windows large, yard,
SHBBBSBIfflSBBDHBBBBBMESHRZBil' FOR RENT FOR RENT BeivKori Realtor, 71.* NW ousted barbecue. Price i Is $11,000,
02 St., uitca IlL 0-5533, day $250 down ahd $(1). pet'month..

RANGE FURNISHED ROOM. Couple $20, LARGE UNFURN. home. PL 13131. Life Realty\U4932 ;tow+ 7 Ave.
,. or man preferred. Phone PL 6738 NW 23 place. HI 6-1260. PL 9-1371,. Open Sundays and

MISS MOELL RICE of 84C 8-3781. l I f.., DRIVE BY C62 NW 40 St. '3- evenings.. il,:-! ,' .:.. .,
bedroom 2 bath, Beautifully{
NW'' 75th St. died OpU 13 afte 1 AND 2 BEDROOM, furnished COMPLETELY FURN. 2-bed- painted pink, "CBS with big kitChen HOUSE by ,'-owner? first time
Q short illness. She""Was a stu or partly furn. Adults or will rooms" living room and dining Fla. porch, the roof bargain offered. See 1822NW-4 -Str- -
reasonable <
also kitchen
room, ,
dent at Northwestern High 1 take small child to 3
a up years at '$13,700 total $150 down '
1815 NW 48 St. Carey'sRental
School. She ,Is survived by her ld. MU 10325.1I3EDROOM 371-3622. 714 NW 62 St., nlte-3 PIA' 0..5533, SPECIAL SALE. : $05 child's
parents, Mi, and Mrs; James C Agency, days PL 1-3J31. Phope me tc guppy 5158 NW 321 Ave.

McMilliail, two brothers, Jame APT $15 per see this one.; "
FURNISHED weekly rooms *
and Gregory, a sister Lavcerne, week. Adults only Phone MU \ WREE ROOM for eld rly retired
toUr aunts, two uncles and one 1-7001, ,ppa-I cka area. $8.50$10 2170 double.Washington Mne'aGuest DRIVE Syl' NW 10 St'l'4Ve-' lady as, companion to elderly -

grand aunt Opa-locka. Olfl ly corner 3-bcdroom CBS,, lady. No duties. Apply
1-BEDROOM HOME Free gas, something different in n floor morning at 1515 NW 08th St.
Miss Rice will lie In repose water lights. 2793 NW 43 Terr..
plan, big 2-car carporte, bar-
In the chapel l.Friday 2 to 0 p.m Call OX 1-1189. BEDROOM furnished apt. A!l'. l/ocue pit, only $1.1,800 total, BY OWNER, no broker, new 3-
tillties, downtown area $18
Thereafter she will be taker bedroom house, hardwood
down terms. To call
$150 see
Mlcklns Renal
$13. CM
home ; until funera and A. Ben-Korl Realtor 714 NW I floor, all electric kitchen, Intercom -
services ROOM, man, quiet respectable Agency NE 4-0500. Indf ,
time. will be held on 754-4709. G2ml St. nites PL 9-G53J: days system all over, 1888 NW
Saturday 4 p.m. at New Mace PL 43131. ,''tJ r (05 St. Call OX 15153. NO
donia Baptist Church with the DUPLEX 2-bedroms, no NICE clean one-bedroom apt ,
Revs Roscoe Jackson officiat j children. 1441 NW 59 St. Unfurn. Nice quiet place 030f BY OWNER no broker, new
DRIVE BY G71 NW 50th St.
ing. NW 15th Ave. FR 1-0797 or NE 3-bodroom house, nil electric
I 4-18SG. 018 Beautiful 2-bedroom CBS, tile kitchen and many:: other extras.
I LOVELY ROOM in new home, roof, hardwood floors plu a West Hollywood.. 5250 SW 23St
near buses 4, 21, 23 and Jitney. rented $500
FRANCIS 'URNISHED: or unfurnished cottage. Pay only Call OX 1-5153. f'
. 4550 NW 10 p 1 ace. Phone 1-bed down and $50 a month with _
;531-3134 after 3 p.m. dally. All com''pt. In unfurnished Opa-locka !SIR area/ wi>. k, rental. This I te a real bargain.Call NW! St. Large corner, 2

MRS. KATIE GRIFFITH of lay Sat. and Sun. bedroom unfurnished. $18, 1. A. Ren-Korl, Realtor, 714 lots, open each: Sunday from
201 Popular St. in Adel, Ga.. Bedroom furnished" $21. 2bcUoom N\V 02 St., flutes PL 0-5533, 12 to 4, by owner. NO
died Oct. 15 In Jackson Hospital FURN. APT. Free lights and furnished $25. Call Mlckins days PL 43131.
Services Saturday at 2 water. Adults only. 035-9089, Rental:: A ('ncy. NE 4-fWio' have larger selections on
pm. at Ebenezer Methodist 18G8 NW 55 Terr. I Indf1BEDROOM UILYURN/ 3-h<'droomR, CBS 2 and :3 lAxlroom homes
Church with Rev. Aaron D enclosed front porch, carporte, In Manor Park area From $250

Hall, pastor, officiating. Re- CLEAN b'U1tN. room with apartment, 2 bedroom fenced //jyard.VufruH. \ F4 i, etc.Roautlfuft down, $57: per month. News
mains will lie In repose! in the modern bath and nicely furn. house, painted rooms, \ furnttor! > ind< mod- Realty, Inc., 4000 NW 7 Ave.,
chapel 4 p.m. Friday. Survivorsare kitchen. Call OX 1-4804. FR 4-4085. 019 (['rn stove and" refrigerator PL 4-0055.
three sons, Lorene, Jim and nice yard.:: Price i h $0,000, only $200 down

Joseph, a daughter-in-law, NICE ROOM In private home md: $77 month. Key at LifeRealty 3201 NW 51 Terr. (' 1x125,
Bessie. I with private bath. Call evenings! KOR KKNT OR. ',):.\RR 4032 NW 7 Ave PL' lot 20, block 5, section A. Seminole -
/L: I! and mornings. OX 1-3827. ')-4371 lawn. $2,500 net, $400
For long or slvtrt\} terms, 10 down term Mr. Bleley
Baby Girl Wright, daughterof I ooms with 20x40 hallway In easy
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Wrightof A NICE CLEAN furn. efficiency IIP ('('ntp,,. Suitable\ for lawyers NO CLOSING COSTS, 2-bed-
1027 NW 42nd St., died Oct. cy nice, quiet place, 0300 NW : .r doctors! with n drive In cloor.RW room CBS, tile roof, hardwood K1NDKIU3AUTMN
14. Graveside services were 15 Ave. Ph. FR 1-0797 or NE 4 BEDROOM 2 bath InVest floors, garage, fenced yard, and delivery, hot
held at Evergreen t-1886. NO Hollywood. Small down stovp: and refrigerator Price Is Pickup OX 1-2350. Juanita
.vnipnt' hank financing Call 511,000, only $250 down and $08 N2
ROOM in private home, prefera VE 4-0500. Indf. nonth. Key at Life Realty, Jackson.
quiet, sober man or couple 1932! NW 7 Ave. PL 0-4371.

ALBERT . Call G31-9C54, 47 St. area. TRASH UAUMNO Open) Sundays, HELP WANTED

JAMES L. TERRELL, 3029 TURN 3-DEDROOM house, Also van for moving. Free *f0 QUALIFYING Beautiful SALESMAN, part or full timeto
NW 55th Ct., died Oct. 13. Ills large corner lot with shadE' stlmnte For Information call like new CBS Tile roof, awning; take orders for well known

survivors' Include his mother,, and fruit trees. Very quiet, no !949-OJ13. Indf windows, garage, tremendous bug spray. Short hours, good
Children 5900 NW 23 Ave. ........ milt in kitchen double door
Nancy of Monticello, Fla., three ...-.--------- ------- nay, protected territory, Phone
brothers. Final rites In Monti- ,.Inlets, huge landscaped lot Monday FR 1-7007.
cello Sunday. 1-BEDROOM APT. furn. $17.50, FOR SALE louse;; is full of beautiful furnl-
r 1853 NW 41 St. PI 8-3901 are and modern appliances GUARANTEED N.Y. Live-In
North Miami BeachNE V bargain at $12,500 and pay- maid Job! $35 $55 wk. Fare
MRS. SYLVIA C. HARRIS "ETIRINE, two bedroom duplex nents are only $73 month ndvanccd.! Mallory Agency,
3121 NW 42nd St., died Oct. 13 unfurn., colored tile bathroom t.lfe: Realty 4032 NW 7 Ave. Lynbrook, NY
Remains will be to Birmingham tSht St. &: 14th Ave.
sent WT; *" +.* M f'L' ; 0-4371, Open Sundays.
Ala., Friday for ser- }Vuilt in wall oven, Sandman, BRAND NEW MEN. Part time, take reorders.
Vice and burial. Her daughter UN 0-2720. Open Sunday. I.'"HA TERMS Lovely corner for bug spray and household
a son, father and mother, a 2' houiei( god: eackiUrge" tot : iousdL completely( fenced and chemlcnN Salary when qualified. -
grandchild and two aunts sur- 2-I3EDROOnt HOME, ( '..mdscaped( ; yard, large:: Florida FR 1-7007.
'vive. ' LOVELY eatures ponvi; :Wan '-to wall carpeting! .
week convenient loca- 66 x 132 /
$22 ..
per 0' 1 epnrate garage: : beautiful Inside HEAUTY OPERATOR, good: location
Mon to stores and buses.! Fencd kitchen + MRS. DELLA ROBINSON, yard, will sell to right party. 2j;;1 .large bedrooms,, den, >aymcnts.: l<> Life Realty easy, ,, OX shop 1-2073.

mother of five sons and one S100 down, $22 'per week, NE J .... .... ....
living room, dining -111:12 1 ): NW 7'Ave. PL 0-4371 ..,. --.... ""'"
daughter, who lived at 363 NW -55CO.. r"'fl and -
45th St., died Oct. 11. Services :Open evenings, Sundays. IMwt) from Key WwtFHKDDIK
conducted Thursday at Shiloh 1 LOVELY CBS HOUSE 3-bcd- room, utility room. CHANT

Baptist Church Homestead, rooms, total price $9,800, $300 Irey twin bedroom set, $32 tnkM over the Hammond organ
)Rev. W, M. McWesley, pastor, 'town, FHA $01 month. heaters phone PL 1-3604 r od and white table 1 chairs, nt the HatHllto T ounjzn this
Final rltes In Dawson, Ga. Mr conditioners and heautifUi'shrubs '' $14., tilt hack sofa, $10. Drapes, wwkrm! "I lw) Humlay afternoonHtiirtlnff
Other survivors! are a sister location, Richmond Mr. Lear jlanketa, spreads< $1 up, Bar- nl :S p.m222 NW 7th
and several grand and great-I 13021 Madison St. CE Min Corner NI3 2nd Ave. utiOth Avcuur.

& ..... ... _ _"" ""' _-o.Io.:: :: t1I
_" __ ._70. .... ;o.o "' -""
NW 17th place, 01>a-Iockri. died ATTENTION LODGES, SOCIAL

ii in survived Kendal Hospital by five Oct.daughters 11. He, ORGANIZATIONS, FRATERNITIESThe '!!Far Rent or For Sale

five sons, :a sister, a brother.
Body vclll be sent to Thomas-
for private parties,
Ca. FrIday night for service Palace is now available
end burial. dances or jreMogethers and! banquets. Seating capacity

-- is 1,200 persons. We are sure our rental fees 3 Bedroom House

BESSIE MAE DAVIS died at for your outing is what you have longed for. For

norne 360 NW 11th St. Oct. 15. information call 6916723. Mr. Milgram.
Service! will be held Saturdayat

3 p.m. at St. Luke Baptist 1720 NW 70th Street BuH t.jri Oven and Range, Carport

pastor.Church,Her Rev.survivors P. W. Williams are husband -, ... ... ................ ............. ...... ................................. ................ ...... ...............
four children mother pnd
,father, two brothers -and an -.-

Persons paying rent on time for'one year

riven $100 rebate.Unfurnished ..
will observe our annual from $10 week
up per
'Men's Day the fourth Sunday, 7
'October 27. Bro. Joe White- Furnished from $13.50 up per week Richmond HeightsCALL
:head la the chairman. The No.
:\ choir will sponsor a musical Persons occupying the same apartment one year

program at the church the said furniture.
will become owner of the HI 81119IN
. :third Sunday at 3.
'' All are Invited. Let us not forget 6970 NW :.17th AvenueSee .

; our pastor who Is still ill manag er in Apt. 29 -rL -" r -
and are asking that you will

'1..em.r-.JJJ.bes:: him in."your prayers. ..1j _..0<_. ._ .._. -

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J. W. JohnsonThe Mays PTA HonorsThe Alvin Bryantial

J. W. Johnson Elemen- Mays High School PTAis Utility Tax Program for

tary School has a slight enroll- loud in its praise of Alvin Unincorporated Dade County."
ment that of last year.
.i over
5e. Our part-time teachers are: Bryant, chairman of the Legis- E. Soren, director of the
lation and Citizenship Com-
Mrs. Sandra Margolin and South District Secondary
Albert C. Block Mr. Block, is mittee, for the success of theVoters' Schools, will speak In general< 1

the latest addition to our staff. Registration Drive. of the new district set up of
He is our special reading teacher Working along with Mr. the schools.

.............. ......- and is with of us each on week.Mondayand It Bryant and his committee were is
Tuesday various teen-agers of the Mrs. Queen Armstrong
con light this maxim, "just as is expected that these special Goulds area and Boy Scout PTA president and Mrs Cia
YOUR CHILD IS HE A the twig is bent the tree inclines reading classes Reading following Program the Troop No. 74, also sponsored by Stevens, publicity chairman.
MR HYDE? past summer
will greatly improve our
A fellow once caused a lot ren's reading abilities This committee canvassed Bunche Park

of trouble for himself. In the Mrs. Sandra Margolin, is another from house to house, and by
spirit of the holiday he sent The DangerousAge addition with us. She telephone calls, with the result Back to school was the order -
his mother-in-law a new broomon is our arithmetic teacher and that 384 registered to vote of the evening for the 3rd
while the books were at Mays grade of Bunche Park
Hallowe'en. This broom was comes to us one day out of parents
the straw that broke the cam- every two weeks and spends a High School. Elementary on Oct. 7. Classes

el's back. It triggered explosive class period with each teacher. At an early date the Legis- began at 7 p.m. and ended at
All of the :
emotions. pent-up .
lation Committee will 8:00.Many
sponsor questions concerningthe
feeling of contempt and hate
she held for him ignited. The PTA held its initial "Know Your Schools and Com- language arts and modern
meeting in September with munity Night. Guest speakerwill mathematics were answered by
Once the mother-in-law lost parents in attendanceand be Commissioner Hughlan 'teachers. Each parent had the
her "cool" and her true feelingswere many parents becoming Long, who has been asked to pleasure of sitting in the child's
exposed. She was seen in" I members on that night. Mrs. speak on "The Proposed Spec- seat and assuming a few of the
her true role "thing-a-ma-Jig. : Virginia Collins, first vice responsibilities of a pupil at

The son-in-law meant no I president presided. A well organized our school.

harm. He suspected her of being :, program was carriedout. "Sunlight Chatter After classes were over all
somewhat deceitful but he I..' 6. An over-view of last year parents assembled in the cafe-
would always find some seem- activities was given by Mrs. Box" torium for a short PTA business -
ingly logical excuse for her Collins Financial report by session. Parents were

actions. Paul Robinson, treasurer. Mrs.E. r Sunlight School consider it an seated in a special area designated -
This incident with the broom G. Primus, principal, gave honor and a privilege to have for each grade groups
was only meant to be a joke. By DR. JAY GUTIERREZ accomplishments of the sum- 'been invited to participate at At the end of the session
How was he to know that she mer reading program and expressed -I the National Rehabilitation Association homework booklets showing a
would take it this way? Wasn't her thanks to the PTA 19G3 Conference exhibits sample of the type of work thatis
she always ribbing him or kid- What Is the dangerous age? for its suport to the program. were in the upper lobby required of the child on each

ding someone? What happenedto Is it 20? 40? 45? 60? The PTA and teachers at the beautiful Carillon Beach grade level. The homework
her sense of humor? What helped Hotel on Miami Beach, which booklet was designed as an aid
happened? Her's was a "Dr. The answer is that the dan- by terials furnishing such needed ma- convened for three days. to parents when the child says,
Jackyll and Mr. Hyde" type gerous age is when health begins reading.The vice "I haveno homework"
Mrs. Ella Moncur our ,
to slip, but the tragedy is
personality.This second meeting of the and Mrs. Dorothy
that so many persons give up president, Congratulations to our PTA
reminds me of our hope and aspiration before or PTA will be held on Tuesday, Brown, instructor acted as hos- president, Mrs. Idella Simmonsfor
Oct. 22 in the library. All mem- tess for the booth that Sunlight
children. They behave so nice- during so called middle age. starting the new PTA year
ly in the presence of their pa- Forty, or fifty is not time to bers and friends are invited to had on display, which consisted with a bang.: Keep up the good
rents. As soon as they are a admit defeat if you have or can Planning Committee of modern equipments for work Mrs. Simmons.
"safe" distance from home they get health. That is the time of has planned a very worth- cosmetology.There We've added two new faces
reveal their "monster" or life when experience and enthusiasm while ing. All program for the meet- were pictures of stu- fo the faculty. They are JimmyL.
hoodlum tendencies. should combine to teachers and students dents during Manicuring, Pedi- Brown and Leona Cooper,
lead to accomplishment.Three are very busy preparing for curing pictures beautiful hair both are 5th and Gth grade
American ,
Parents go along thinking score and ten, "Man's Education Week teachers.
styles which were created by
how nice their kids which takes place in November.
are, never allotted span, now finds
suspecting them of playing a men and women actively many engaged The committee, headed by Mrs. I Mrs. Moncur, and trophies displayed Initial plans are being made
dual role. Eflnora Dean has outlined that were won by the for observance of American
We can see the faults in big undertakings.Part a our
in program of activities of faculty from various parts of Education Week
the other person's child, but each Nov. 10-16. In
we can't see the "other side" of of the early breaking day during the week. All parents the states.In keeping with these plans our
our own children. This goes to down by some is due to the are especially urged to short our booth was so monthly PTA meeting will be
prove that love is blind. fact that they do not bring the set aside a day during the well organized that the beautiful held on Nov. 11 at which time
same good independent jUdge- week of November 10 to visit Miss Florida of 19G3, Flo you are invited to attend our
: i We philosophically discuss ment, and thinking to bear on the school and really see what Jo Chandonnet considered it an second "Back to School Night.
I ,: child training. This makes us their health problems that they teachers are doing for their honor to be photographed with
feel adept with good sound do in other matters. children. An outline of the program our beautiful Mrs. Moncur in S. S. Lambert, principal;
techniques of child training. If Suppose or branch will be sent to all parents our booth. Idella Simmons, PTA presi-
our children become useful cit- on the lephone wire, and the in the community dent.
izens they are then living tes- telephone company spent hours Every one i is busy planningon
timonies of our effectiveness in working with the receiver or James H. Reddick, reporter; the color of gown she will
guiding youth. No one can deprive transmitter to Ethel G. Primus, principal. wear at our which will
correct the prom
us of a feeling of satis- trouble, YOU would think that be on November 8th at the Its ...................
faction. On the other hand if foolish Yet is it no more fool- Knight Beat.
our children are "misfits" in ish than treating effects instead I published in the public interest Who will he Miss; Sunlight? 19-SAFETY-3

society, no amount of ration- of adjusting causing in i to explain and illustrate the Your ReporterElla ..._,... in Florida
alization can absolve us of our any circumstances that exact practice scientific chiroprno- Lesene
guilt. This awakening doesn't science of spinal adjustments 'tlc, written by ))1'. Jay Gutierrez
always take years. It can come removes interference with whoso office .l.s located, lit
quite suddenly. nerve lines and restores the the corner of NW 22nd Ave I
Progressive health connection. and 36th fit. 1)llOn6U1117.: TV & Radio RENTALSEXCHANGE
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Lady on duty. j I
that "tomorrow" our Today
youths people in increasing ,
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that time the oldsters can only the blessings of health and Home service calls within 2 hours

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1963 PAGE 15 Phil Ossofer Says: :

......'"' ;...... ; .."1I -''<: '$ :PII'r"- "" S'''' :fIn Key Westllj America'sSouthernmost

//W AND AROUND THE BAHAMASSir every religion there Is an City
i outward form of demonstrating --- -- KHANCICH IB. PALMER
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Roland Symonette, Pre- dra him to be accepted Into The Regular Deluxe Club Survivors her husband
Young, Nassau's 1003 his Faith In Christianity it is I are ,
mier-designate of the Bahamas, Beauty Queen, declared the baptism. This physical ritual is met at the home of Mrs. Marion Earl; four daughters, Miss Mar-

named on Oct. 10, thirteen bazaar opened and presented a sign of rebirth, renewal, puri- Berry Tuesday, Oct. S. The lene Allen and Miss Patricia
promiment Bahamians to be Editor Etienne Dupuch with a fication, and acceptance of meeting was opened l with the Allen of Key West, Misses Bar-
ministers In the first cabinetof check for $28 from the Bahamas Christ as the Word of God. vice president, Mrs. Frances bara and Marie Allen of New ;
Beauty Pageant commit- Palmer, presiding. After the York, parents, Mr. and Mrs.
the new government to be tee. The sale lasted for nearly Since baptism by water, as regular routine of business was William Carey Sr., a sister,
established in the Colony on four hours, required of all Christians, is transacted, Miss\ Mervett Rob- Mrs. Prlscllla Wilson; two
Jan. 1. The new departmentsand physical l, it in itself Is not a erts was honored with a birth- brothers, William and James
their ministers will corre- true baptism unless the inner day cake. She received many Carey; an aunt, Mrs. Irene Gib-
spond almost exactly to exist- Roosevelt Livingston Bernard man is touched first by the beautiful gifts from the mem- son of New York; numerous
ing boards and their chairmen. Rolle, 19, was sentenced to spiritual waters of belief In his bers. Mrs. Berry served a delicious cousins and friends.
The cabinet is made of mem- seven years hard JaUbr Oct. 3, heart. This Is evidenced In the repast and the mem- The Key West Undertaking
bers from the United Baha- for breaking and entering the Scriptures In Mark 10:10: bers sang happy birthday to Co. Is In charge of arrange-
mian Party almost exclusively.! Palmdale Branch of Barkley's Jesus says "He that believeth! I Miss Roberts. ments.
Bank last Julie Rdlle broke and Is shall ,
baptized: be saved. mu ? ??tlt. ? will hn nt
The Bahamiah into the bank at night and--\v- s but he that believeth not shaltbe the 1 llli home of IU"o.t\; Mrs. Copeland uuv
Times, a discovered while trying to damned.'* Services for Robert Smith
open Catherine St.
Brand: new venture In the jour- the safe. Note that Me does not say Hawkins, 312 will be conducted Sunday from
nalistic field, made its bow United
to "He that believeth not and is Trinity Presbyterian
the public in Nassau on Sept. not baptized shall be damned," The senior class of Douglass Church, Rev. Glenwood Cronin,
30. Warren J. Levarity Is mana- The government Is erectinga A man may be baptized by phy- High will attend Bethel AME pastor, will officiate.
ger and publisher and ArthurA. building in Rawson Square to sical water, but If he believeth Church on Sunday morning.
Foulkes is editor. The cost $1,120,000. It will house
not he in wise be saved.
can no
concern is owned by the Bahamian the Bahamas the
Treasury, The Rev. K. D. White Sr.,
Times Limited. It has General's Water cleanses IN NEW YORK
Registrar Depart- the body will preach a special sermon at
brother of
started as a weekly, but prom- ment and other government offices but not the sdUl. One who is the 11 a.m. service. Edward Perpall,
ises to become a dally If pub- and Is expected to be baptized without believing b. Mrs. Annie Kuckhalln, died In

lic support makes It possible.In : completed In one year. like the scribes and Pharisees!, The Women's Civic Club held New Mr. York Perpall City was Tues a veteran, Oct. 1.of
whom Jesus accused, saying Its first fall meeting Monday
World War I and a retired post
the recent National Convention The seven bedroom Lofthouse "Woe unto you, scribes and night,' Oct. 11 at the home of office clerk. He was burled
of the Club annex, one of Nassau'soldest Pharisees, by procdites! for ye Mrs. David Bain, 223 'Eanes Oct. 8.Survivors.
Progressive Liberal
buldings, was completely make clean the outside of the Lane. Meeting was opened with
Party, the following offi- destroyed by fire between 6 cup and of the plater] but with- the president, Mrs. David Bain are his wife, Sadie;
cers were : L. 0. Pind- Oct. 3. There in they are full of extortionand Edward of Washington
mil 830: Jm on presiding. After the regular two sons, -
ling, president; Orville Turn- In the building at (Matt. 2325. Robert of Miami
was no one excess. : ) routine of business the meeting D.C. and ;
quest, secretary general; Charles the time, and It is: believed that was adjourned. The presi- a sister, Mrs. Annie Kuck
Hhodriguez retained the placeof the fire started in the base- How, since it is evident that dent asked that all memberstry balm, one niece, and four
first vice president; John ment. The owner had left that the outward symbol of baptism and come out to the next nephews
Purkiss was elected assistant :morning for Boca Raton, Fla. means nothing unless one has meeting which will be the 4th
secretary general; and Spur- The place was Insured. I taken to heart the Inward In October.
geon Bethel defeated R. H Cul- truth of lA'llef, can one be saved Monday Recognition Day .
mer for treasurer. I without the physical bap-
Relations In tism? Jesus!', In the Scriptures, ICI' Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock
H. M. Taylor, founder and administrative Human Indicates that It can be done. Mrs. Sarah Rolkrts of 82711.1 Recognition Day will be observed -

chairman for ten ActionBy When on the cross, He said to Emma St., is a patient at Mon- at the Dade County Child'
pears, and Cyril St. John Stevenson THOMPSON the thief, "Verily, I say unto roe General Hospital Friends ren's Home In Kendall. Miss
secretary general of the WAYNK thee, today shalt thou be with wish her a speedy recovery. Betty Ward, the recreation director -
party for the same period, did The annual Interfaith Con- me In paradise" (Luke 23:13)) will be truest speaker.
not choose to run for offices, sponsored by the Per- Mrs. Elizabeth Mllllan of 205 She will be presented by House-
but will remain active In the rine-Cutler ference, Ridge Junior Cham- The thief had not been hap- Virginia St., Is Improving nice- parent G. Jones, vice president

oragnlzatlon. her of Commerce met In Per- tized with water. ly. Friends. wish her well again of the program committee.
Ridge Auditorium When Jesus went to the soon. Mrs Mettle Brown, president
Others elected to serve on rine-Cutler Pharisee's house, a woman who of the program committee, will
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the National General Councilof October attendance at this confer- was a sinner stood at His feet, I give the vote of thanks.
the party are A 1<\ Pind- In from Miami washing them with her tear" '>))A- f "'i1'I
ling, Loftus holier, Simeon ence were students and them with on the program
Dade and Hi- wiping the hair Mrs. Florence Allen, 723 Olivia Appearing
South ,
Howe, Edmund Moxey, L. B. Norland, The students representing of her head. He said to her, St. died Oct. I 5 at Monroe will bo several of the children.
Johnson C. V. Wallace-Whit- aleah High.Booker T. Washingtonwere "Thy sins are forgiven . Thy General Hospital after a short Rev. A, E. Hutcheson, chaplainand
fleld, Holand Smith, Warren Freeman, Gloria faith hath saved thee." (Matt. i. Illness. Services were conducted staff member, will open
Levarity, Samuel Isaacs, An- Betty Diane Childs, Barbara 7.30-CO.: ) Like the thief, she Oct. 13 from Bethel AME prayer and benediction. Super-
thony Roberts and Dr. Doris Poltier, had been visor Alfonso Williams, will
Linda McCray, Lovell not baptized save by Church with the pastor, Rev
Johnson. the Holy the true bap- Rev. conduct recognitions. The pub-
Richardson, III, and Wayne Spirit K, D. White Sr., and
tism that alone lic is cordially Invited.
Thompson Miss M. Roberts can save. George W. Allen officiating.

The Jordan Memorial Guidance Counselor and Mr. .. - -- .
Bap- --- - - -
tist School is now led by Carl Benjamin Heldt accompaniedthe TEMPLE BAPTIST
Francis, M.A., REd, and Dr. group. LOT FOR SALEIN
Doris Johnson: M.Ed., Ed.D. Highlighting the meetingwere Rev. L A. Thompson pastor
two of the foremost educatorsbf speeches by Father Tho- The talent program sponsored LIBERTY CITY
the colony.} The school, work- mas Clifford, "What Is a Cath- ) by the Woman's Day
m& under the Jurisdiction of olic? ;; Rabbi Sanford" Seltzer, Committee Sunday night was a NEAR NW 17th AVENUE & 62nd TERRACE
the Bahamas Baptist Mission- "What Is a Jew? and Rev. delightful and successful af-
sionary and Educational Con- George Dameron" "What Is a fair. All the participants deserve CHEAP FOR CASHJ.

vention, Rev. R. E. Cooper, Protestant? commendations. Introduced
president and the Foreign A resume of the speeches was of by Mrs. L. Williams, Mrs.C. A. SUMMONS
Mission Board of the National given by Dr. Peter Mlllette Newbold was the efficient .
Baptist Convention of America, the Virginia Region of ChristIans mistress of ceremony, 1899 N.W. 53rd Street NE 4.6875
and Jews.
USA, Inc., Intends to expandand
Improve Its Student discussion groups The Men's Chorus, C. Ambrose MIAMI 42, FLORIDA
net In areas to discuss the Ideas president R. Hepburn,
gathered from the speeches.In director, Miss Elsie Douglas, y
Paul Major, six-year-old,) concluding the discussion, pianist, will sponsor a musicaland
died on Oct. 4 from injuries he! Rev. Theodore R. Qilbson spoke literary program at 3:30:
received in an accident with a 'o the entire group on the problems p.m. All are Invited. Htttu THK wnitMro
truck on Mount Royal Ave. of Integration. The women will sponsor a GIUAT rilOIMIIOT s
The boy, who lived with his Gloria Pol tier said, "I enjoyed tea Monday night at the homeof A True Lrnder:1s .
:guardian, Alfred Strachan, held this meeting very much. It Mrs. Isadora Tynes, 0715 NW : : Years of KxperlemeHNIO ;; r, 5'.,,,
'on to the rear of the truck that touched on more delicate topics 17th Ave Friends arc Invited. | | | llnntef .h well known us'" S.

was driven by Arlington Cart- than I had expected. It gave mea PROF. HUNTER _
'wright chance to hear the feelings ,
and fell under a wheel
'of the moving vehicle. and opinions of the opposite CONTINUOUS BKRVICK If yon ore nlrk, worried or
race on the discrimination BINCE 104ft tionhled" thl,.. IM the plnre to romeDon't "
Issue. In return, they had a slay' 'In the rut,Hint" hark s '
The Santa Claus Committee hance to-hear our opinions and PL 1.3604 the veil of burl lurk seems'' ,
raised $2,300 at a bazaar at reellngs which were quite su- to hold I )'nu In your trark, and of Il '' it
Garfunkel Auditorium recently arising to them. I have always advnnee forward l>v the help >
in a drive for funds to b\iy said that If there Is anyone that a'xa aStan4ty God under the leadership of
"*,'of. llunlicr who hall 35 J 'f' fH'SHE
toys and for hatred or ill-feel-
candy for 8,000 children icounts and :
In nplrltual
in Nassau between that wouldbe of experience
and the Out Islands ings people otralt Mclenre. fake yonr home
this misunderstanding.
Christmas. Miss San-
He will show you how
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he things thnt
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--- SERVICE CLUB United Nations DayOver

Interested seniors of North- 350 volunteer performers Ballet tluild4
p western Senior High School recently some of them well-known Modern Jazz numbers by &
FiE55 met for the purpose of professionals, will stage n stir 12-members troupe from the
organizing what they' considerthe ring program of dance, music Dorothy May Dance Studio.
ideal club the 'Senior'sHonor
nations at
and from
song many
'ro Choral renditions
by 70-,
Service Club.
Bandshell In celebration
Bayfront voice groups of students from
I2LtI1IEPINDR of United Nations Day in the Booker T. Washington and
I Q )C Metropolitan Miami Oct. 24 Northwestern senior high

I The three-ihour show featuring schools.
I 't: 14 acts, will get underway A special presentation of
at 8 pm. as part of the Arthur King, noted professional -
I'VE SEEN A LOT', obi* white a tles desirIng to stag: any, :,. 'tW" , county-wide observance, officially singer who will sing 'The
tfie \
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of social .. House I Live In" and "Invic-
schooLfiirls! smokink on the event.! f t proclaimed by the Metro-
streets alter school but ,the .."-.._._._:.-PD. \. ., "tr "' ,'. politan Dade County Commission tuc," with piano accompanl-.
first time I've ever seen one THEODORE .4 j ." I and the City of Miami. ment by Linton Berrlen >

of our girls puffing a cigaret on'the I Y'S TilE will celebrate their l\IJ\C-1 25th ;" .: ; The public is Invited to attend Hungarian folk dances presented

way home from school was wedding anniversary Nov. 3. ,, free of charge. by the 1 First Hungarian

this week. She was a Dorsey Congrats . All People's Demi., ( I Irvin R. Schindler, president United Church, Kossuth Civic
student . Radio
Junior Center
High sratic Club and the ,Bahamian-, of the Miami Beach chapter of
Station WMBM was the first
American scholarship committee the American Association for
table A trio of "gypsy" musicianscomposed
local firm to reserve a ,
present their Spirit of the the United Nations, and Ru- of Don Brenkacs
for their staff, at the UrbanLeague's ,
Equal OpportunityDay Washington March Banquet ben Blumstein, special program fiddler; John Jakob, base; and
Nov. 10 at the Hampton House director of the Ida M.\ Fisher Mrs. Irma Fleming on the
Dinner Nov. 23 at the
Hotel. honoring the loyal Americans- High School, are In charge of piano.
Everglades PB \liamlans. 't arrangements.With .
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DON'T MISS that moonlight musical background pro- Thank YouThe
vided by the Southwest Miami
cruise aboard the Dreamboat FIRST NEGRO
High School orchestra of
Sunday evening, Oct. 20, leav- MAKES UNIV. OF the program's some family of the late
highlights will
. BRO6KSis
ing pier 5 at 830: p.m. Elinor ---- k be: ALMA FERRELL
Gerrl and Ruth of the Blue MIAMI ROSCOE desirous to have you know
Note Bar are sponsoring the I ELLISPresident I "Side Street" a ballet num- that In her honor, an air con-
cruise. Music, floor show and SYMPHONYJohn ber by Larry and Pamela ditioned unit has been installedin
prizes in store for you . The purpose of the club Is Leonard and 25 performers of the laboratory room of Chris-
When the Buddies honor their A. Samuels:!, a 17yearold to perform service to the com- the Leonard's Studio of Ballety, tian Memorial Hospital. As the
sister organization the rinky music student at the Uni- munity, especially the TB official school of the Floridian result of the Alma Farrell
dinks Sunday evening at 7741 versity of Miami, will become'he Center, and to participate in Brooks Memorial Fund to tho
10 Ave. it will tte: one get-to- first Negro member of the any other activities and volun- Christian hospital. Again We
gether I shall try to make. UM Symphony in February, a tary service work. Calling High, School would like to say thanks for
PB university spokesman said your gracious kindness.
Thursday. The SHSC, sponsored by Mrs. Grads Who Can
E. V. Heidt and Miss Ethel
NEXT WEEK Is' MR. RAY A bass fiddler. Samuels was
CHARLES'S week. It's Ray'ssecond graduated from North' Dade Grice, will work Indirectly with Type Roosevelt, Savings .
}big; concert in this town. High School where he was In the Honor Society in attracting

This year and if my shots are he band, directed by James students of good character and Wanted 10 persons to take TQ ,Entertain, .. ,
bulls eyes, he will draw a rec- ,rcCall.I good scholastic ability. stenographer and transcribing
ord crowd on Oct. 26 . My i Twenty seniors were presentat machine operator training. The PrincipalsThe
cousin,. Clifford Strachan, has I Dr. Fabien Sevitzky, con- The fol- employer: The Florida State
been in Miami for two weeksat luctor of the UM Symphony, lowing 'offlc 'f. ,. elected: Employment Service. officers and directors of
tho bedside of his mother, onsiders: ,the, youth exception- the Roosevelt'' Savings and Loan
Myrtle Curtis. She ,is improv- illy talented, the spokesman Roscoe Ellis president; Caro- FSES Manager Harry L. Tyson Association have invited the
ing nicely and he's expectingto 'aid, Samuels Is now playing in lyn Bailey, vice; Pauline Cole, said 'the seven and 12- principals of Dade County
return to his New York busi- the university's Student :Traln- recording ; secretary; Leslie week courses begin Monday, Schools' and the PTA presi-
ness this weekend.PB 'ng Orchestra, conducted :by B. Bridges;' financial secretary; Oct. 28, as part of an "earn dents to be their guests at a
Warren Signor, who Is also assistant and Ganella White, chaplain. while you learn" program. buffet luncheon In their lobbyat
conductor of the Sym- 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 19.
THE PALACE will re-open phony. Newly selected junior initi- To be eligible Tyson said
I next weekend and I won't be ates are: Gary Dav 0 riB you must be unemployed, at Purpose of the luncheon Is
\ surprised if a Sam Early.- Phil UM has accepted Negro stu- Hollfield, Mildred Peters, Cyn- least 10 years old ''and be aWe to acquaint the group with the
Harris gig do the welcoming. dents for the past 2'/4 years, thia DeVeaux, Versie Lee Kig- to type 30 words a minute. To Roosevelt facilities and to explain -
I This beautiful ballroom has but the symphony, which Is fall, Delores Lavender, and receive a weekly allowance, a their on-the-Job training
much to offer to organizations composed of more professionalthan Josephine Williams. trainee must be the head of a program untllizlng senior high
student musicians, has .... . . . family and have at least three school students In learning
never had a Negro In its ranks. years work experience. banking proedures.
i Thank YouMrs. ..
t I Elks President
Henrietta Sweeting
wishes to thank her priest, Fr.
BIRTH CONTROLOne Finest Selections in Miami
Appeal For Help! Theodore Jones and the many

of the world's leading W. O. Perry, president of the friends' who visited her and Lovely homes OpenNew
sent cards and flowers during -
lorida State Association ''of
is th
problems>> today population
Elks:; IBPOEW h! appealing to and after. her illness at the Low Down Payments
growth. THE RIGHT OP I '
PLANNED SPACED PARENT- ail]\ Elks and friends fQr dona- Cedars: : of 'l eba an Hospital. EZ TERMS LESS THAN RE \
Their kindness thought her T. \
fion any kind especially cloth '
'ncr for the hurricana'vttlmsJrl; much, +cheerfulness .. ;. . .rt(
acknowledged by both the She is'how at'hfer: h6me, 2740 1: 1 1 bl l
medical profession>> and clergyto Haiti. Donations maybe leff; atperry's a i
bo the safest! antI less likelyto Florist, 1100() 'YW".3rd. nil. OOWBUvMayatxl you ': 230 NW 51st Street cLikejicw :

cause! any harmful attar effects We. for shipping. :CJJS 2-bedroom hardwood floors *
; awning
The president Is Tequestinj ,
1 Is!I nature's own method, "jdO'
the "RHYTHM SYSTEM. >,hat all Elks, bpth .ifien Hind u,rl:1 tARlbA' windows end appliances.' $400 down, ,,$7fli perk,

women dig 'deep :'iMo tjiclr) ...4I ':r 'tjt'; 1mo *; $. ,500 total price. .. 'i , 'f.\ '
The latest and most simple device closets: and make this needed ,
invented to tell at a glance I sacrifice for clothing to assist CONTENT; "
tho fcrtllo and unfertile days Is: those stricken by the rodent 250 NW 51st Street .
the RIU"TIIlCIJOCI{ CALENDAR norm in Haiti. rt The North Dade J nlor-Sen-
CBS 3-bedroom hardwood
lor High School PTA and Opa- floors, tile,roof,
it is as simple>> to operate The drive will last through }
as setting+ the hands of a ))ct. 25.Founders. locka Health Club will present carporte and appliances. $400 down, $75 per month,

clock Made of durable>> plastic, "Miss Body Beautiful and Mr. $12,500 total price.
1 there is nothing; to go out of South Florida" physique con- ----
order. Will last a lifetime. The Day test Tuesday, Oct. 20, 8.15: p.m. .
fertile days are 'automatically Alpha Chi Phi Omega SororIty In North Dade auditorium 1840 285 NW 51st Street

\[ "I marked in red and the unfertile observes Its 15th Founders NW 157th St. Lovely CBS 2-bedroom oak floors, tile roof and appliances

days in white. Day Sunday, Act. 27. The Sigma Girls will be judged by their $400, down, $7 per month. $11,500 total
Omicron Chapter will wor- beauty and charm and boys by : .
TAKES INTO CONSIDERATION ship'at 1It."rabor Baptist their muscles. Clubs and organizations price. j I

THE WOlfRN'WnOSE Church Sunday at the 11 a.m. are asked to spon- .
PERIODS ARE IRREGULAR service.:; The annual Founders sor a girl or boy. To enter con- 290 NW 48th Street'Lovely
I Remember and this is very important Day Tea will convene at the test call MU 1-3GG7, Miss De-
H ,there are no chancesof Liberty Square Auditorium, 4-6 lores PottIer or visit 199G NW CBS 2-bedroom, Fla. room, hardwood floors
any physical or organic disturbances p.m. 52nd St 026 and tile roof. $400 down, $77 per month. $12,500
that might bs caused
i ,by unnatural contraceptive Ir 'C total price.

: practices, when using the ..
f rhythm: clock calendar. NATUBE'S AN UNFORGETTABLE MUSICAL 295 NW 48th Street ,J
l ;BEST. EXPERIENCE..7JV CONCERT Gorgeous CBS, 2-bedroom hardwood floors, tile roof

and carporte on lovely corner lot. $350 down, $63
Knowledge of the periods of (
'fertility and sterility make it THE MOST CREATIVE MUSICAL GIANT per month, $11,000 total price.

.possibly without violating on-s's .1 OF THIS GENERATION!, ., ..
conscience or transgressing the 1335 NW 41st Street

12 ,::natural, and law thereby to control order conception to a- I I\ RAyCHARLES Owner pays closing costs on this lovely 2-bedroom,

I morn nerfect carried Iff"". THE Fla. room, hardwood floors, and carporte. $300..down,
FKRTITK AND ITNFERTITTS Al" HIS ORCHESTRAANDTHE'RAELETSDinner I $73 per month. $9,000 total price. '
CRFJATOR.' THE RHYTHM Key Auditorium, Oct. 26, 8:30

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