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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 26, 1963
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028321
Volume ID: VID00725
Source Institution: University of Florida
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ITGore Blasted For Axing Rights Fighters- I:f i '

der. major university regulations against persons I
Ousted Students File Federal Suit MIAMI ALUMNI would result In dismis deed In the cit: T yo
The A and Tne (,0 9
I' FILES PROTEST sal.The mitten notify _)ue a n
fined $250 as
five were
For Re-Admission To Florida A&M ' Chapter of the bent upon joining: the disorder, these Kenon Words of tj suspension, la

tflorid.i A slid M Alumni Association .. The two FAMU students
Dr. George W, Gore of FlorIda pend them from school." at a meeting on Wednesday contend that the Faculty Committee "You tire .__.lPQt9tt Lc8; .9
A and M University was "The betrayal by the' univer- nightvelit OH record violated their rights by pursuant tcf-Ot regulations ?_
severely criticized Thursdayfor sity of its promise represent a us opposing tho expulsion of refusing to give them a hearing, the student\Tiut\]book, relating;
tli, two civil rights protests students VonVcted by ,
suspending two militant fawning and craven attempt by + and that the order was errone- to
civil rights'' Campus' leaders. President Gore to sacrifice the demonstrators from the univer ous because the convictionswere city, coqntyVjfrNdpral pot
I ,sity. Telegrams were ,sent ? an> "" f
The suspended studentsMrs.. students, virtue, moralityand i '. and '
<< George \\ Gore Criminal and-or dl 1 flftv, yare
'Patricia Due of Miami ''and courage In order" to pro- th? Faculty Disciplinary Com- complaint said also that hereby BUspenOTil HI'ML.. -
Ii Rubin Kenon filed suit In fed- tect his own job, said Simonin i' mittee. the order was arbitrary whim.. nitely from this institution"
&. eral district court for re-ad- a prepared statement hand- sical and capricious, :and that
misslon, to the, university; They ed newsmen. the students were not convicted It was signed by J. Luther I
tlon for the remainder of their Thomas, chairman, who said
wero dropped Oct 19 following of violating a civil or criminal -
They were 180 Negro
university careers and six, the students were not behig; ,+
4 i forviolating a law hence did not come
and white students arrested ,
Circuit Court order against fined $250 as king: bent upon penalized for exercising A their
during a Sept. It Inte under the university regulation -
demonstration. Florida joining the disorder on indefinite constitutional rlghUto assemble
mass '
. demonstration at the probation. and express their" views 'but
Toblad Simon of Miami{; one Theatre. Circuit Judge Den C. FHU 8U8PKNDH XONK The students sought an Injunction because they acted Jrt violation 4,',
ctf the Civil Liberties Union Willis sentenced them 180 to pay Florida State University, last universityifrom of a court order l'ff
fines daysIn
lawyers who filed the suit, said $1,000 or serve week, placed five white stu- prohibiting the
has completed
Due r&-
jail Mrs.
that the A ,ahd dents on probation for the remainder further action against them for : .
promised demonstrating and qulrcments for graduation and ,
had previously "to The University disciplinary of their university
stand behind the students in committee place 22, fined $500as careers with a warning that other lawful protests against was doing her practice teaching;
their protest and not to sus- second ers, on proba- any violation of law, court or- segregation and discrimination! in Jacksonville

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Tho time ore changed; and we are changed with them


King HdsOff:Jt." \(. .11..'" .: "\ 0/ NARCOTICS AGENTS CRACK, I'

Foi|BirminghamDr. Full AssaultOn <. J .,.' ..,,". LOCAL HEROIN RING; NAB 6 '. 11"" :


Martin Luther King, Jr., i fM'if; :' Arrests May CutOff 10th Court; Kenneth Wesley ie ers, Frnnk Fountain, nnd
withdrew his ultimatum to Birmingham Munnlngs\ 42, 171G5 SW 105th I Metrq Officer' Nicholas G. Na- i I
city officials Tues- ... Ave,' Perrine; Lemuel Livingston arrQ. ti.
day, demanding that they hire Dope TrafficSix Kemp, 42, 2789 NW' 41st
25 Negro policemen immediately < St.. and James Jackson, 38, 770

... persons were arrested NW 51st Terr.
Monday night when federal U. S, Commissioner Roger
He the
was taking step as a"facesaving"
device for the and local narcotic agents cracked Kdward Davis, at a prelimi
what claimed to be n nary hearing, set $2 ,OOO bond
city councilmen, King said, and .
because he had Inside know- "top echelon' dope ring. each for Mrs. Hanks and Wallace

ledge the city plans to add A federal I agent said: "This and $50,000 each for the p't
several Negroes to the force In virtually cuts off the heroin ,others.

the near future. E Et traffic In Dade County for awhile They were charged with vio-

The City Council flatly dropped for both white and lation of federal narcotics laws
Kind's! demand earlier that Negro users. by pales) of heroin to under- S

day.v: "These people were the sup cover agents. d .
King had threatened _to resume Miami Girl Elected pliers," he said. "They fed to The six allegedly made tripsto 7
massive demonstrationsif the pushers who In turn a
cities as New Chicago
the city had not agreed: \\ty Campus{ ,peddled to' the addicts. We and Detroit. buy herein by
Tuesday to hire j.Negro I' officers Clark Queen !haven't been allc: to touch the pound for cap
He. announced tho change "
them. before this sule) to pushers, agents.jaW.John .
after a fivehourY'conf rehcS ReIgning aR MJsn Clark College lJ l- 'vrA
with 30 other integration. lead-, J /' this,yea .is charming and five-hour Blue resisted arrest and
ers. 7 'poIsed Francenla. Hall, a senior cers ended in theyarrest of went for his gun when an undercover -
The group: decided, h4 sald, t' science major from 'LilUe* Pearl Hanks, 32, of 3311 agent Identified him- 'J:;
to expand its goals totf'conv:' : :;Hoclalt\. She was crowned col- NW ',GOth St.i: John Wesley self. ]Blue was suhdued : ; .
plete integration o 'hotel?, restaurants -* Jpge., :queen) Friday evening; In Flue 28, 01 NW 7th St.:: Working with federal agents _
alPbusInesses/v and Job ''opportonltiesin' ,' -' ,pie ' coronation ceremonies itertram Wallace, 44, 0815 NWf were Miami, Police 'Lt, Richard I II _
si l ;v" klr
"We feel there 'now must bea
Talented( and having i 'a -- ,
fullscale88sault In Birming
ham," ,. special fondles for goo d Mr. and Mrs L. Terry announce 'if
poetry, Miss Hall's role as thc marriage of their
I homecoming queen Is not aneW fi' daughter Helen, to Mr. Sampson -
IN HT. AUGUSTINE . one :for her. She was elected 4t" K Oliver Jr, The wedding;
to a similar title here at ceremony will be held Sunday,.
CIVIL RIGHTS Booker T. Washington High Oct 27, tit 1:30:: pm.. nt The New
School in I960, and last year Mt. Moriah Baptist ;C urch.,
became Miss Scroller", and MR 'Terry' IB a 'graduate of

., BOARD A TT CKSSEGREGATION "MlflS Junior Class". x Northwestern High School and .. "
h Francenla Is the daughter of r. I,,, a ]{K'.1 graduate of Mt. Sinai. "
the Rev and Mrs. Aaron D. l q.4E School of Practical Nursing
Hall of 2110 N, W. (CO Street. Mr, Oliver 'IK an Airman First
Rev. Hall Is the pastor of Class and has completed assignments -
St. attacked
Augustine was Methodist Church the Island of For-
Ebenezer on r
Saturday by the Florida State
Advisory Committee on Civil 1012 NW 3rd Avenue. mosa (Free China) and California -
racial condi- as a Communications
Rights as having
tions ''"considerably worse than Specialist. lie \\a the son of Mr. ,. -
State HomeEconomicG *
in;most if not all, other cities and Mrs Sampson Oliver Sr., of
in the state." Teachers 1-153 N. W. 70 Street.
The committee urged the
U S. Civil Rights Commissionin
< Meet HereMiss Human Relation I
Washington to schedule early ,
hearings in the ancient city Francies R. Thomas, Council Dinner
where officials have reacted Specialist in Home Economics b"
"with extraordinary harshness" is in charge of the Florida November 6

against desegregation demon- Home Economics Teachers ....... .__....,, .--.- --,. ---- .---
strations. Conference which will be heldat The Oreater Miami Chapter,]
Made up of 12 Floridians the Hampton House Oct. 24, I Principals and PTA I nspect Roosevelt S<he of the Florida Council on Jlu-]
headed by George Lewis, II of October 24, 25 and 26. man Relations formerly Community '
Tallahassee, the advisory committee Approximately 150 teachers officers and directors of facilities and the, on-the-job Council) will have Its
held a'' public meeting- In from all parts of the State are the ItooMerelt Having and Loan training program utilizing high formal dinner Wednesday Nov.
St. Augustine Aug. 16, and has expected to attend. This Con- 6, 7 p.m. In the Terrace Roomof
watched events there since. ference i Jq sponsored by the Aftnociatlon entertained principal school| Ktudenta In learning the HUcayne Terrace Hotel. "
I'; There State of Florida Department of and PTA president of banking procedure, the mortgage The topic for the occasion Is. '
.Is no communication Education. the Dade County School, an and savings nervlces' and "Crisis Around the Corner.'
between the Negro and white A Banauet will be held for their guests at a buffet luncheon the Paul Anthony, field director of _
proposed room
communities the group said, the Conference Delegates at In the lobby of the association community Southern Regional Council, will :
and "the Negroes therefore the Hampton House on at 1 p.m. Baturdajr, which' Mill depict, with photographs speak on Integrated ltou3lnJr.and :
have no choice but to make Thursday night. AH meetings Oct. 19.Prealdento. outstanding American Father Theodore Gibson, '
their grievances known by will be held in the hotel's convention and principal were who have made contributionsto on a Public Accommodations: !
1t. Continued on page 5 hall. acquainted with the Roosevelt the civil rights field. Ordinance. .. .




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f In regards to an article appearing -
in the Oct. 12 Miami 1 RAY CHARLES
Times crlllcizlns the conductand

J golf etiquette of the Negro .HISVORCHESTRA I AND: THEiRAEtETSr :
golfers at the beautiful LeJeune \ | *mm
to the Verdell Johnson Barbara Hep Golf Course of Miami and suggesting Dinner Key Auditorium, Oct. 26, 8:30
ALGERNON MOORES on the burn, Annabelle Harris, C. the Par and Birdie Club TICKETS ON SALE AT
birth of their first,, a son, How- Scurry Chllds Kathryn Don police the course to prevent I
ard Warren. aldson, Ella B. Wyche, Mattle such occurrences. In defenseof Harlem, Square Club, Harlem Hideaway, Harlem Gardens,
Aaron, Regina Shade, Oscar J.E'dwards the Negro golfers as well as Bunche Park, Lounge, Little Harlem Square, Dilly Rose
GET W13LL WISHES TO: Gertrude Simons, the Par and Birdie Club which Music Center, Coconut Grove, American Furniture and TV
Cora Culver Hankerson, who Allison Austin, Apryl Floyd
was Injured in an auto accident and Thomasena Lindsey. represents 99 per cent of the Is 2300 NW 62ml St., Club Down Beat, Goulds<< Fla., Central
this statement
last Sunday. Negro golfers, Hardware, Hollywood] Fla., Jefferson Stores, Ft.; Lauderdale -
hundred untrue.
Tllr one
KARL :MIKELL8 celebrated
FKIKNDS regretted to b'al'the their 11th wedding anniversary The manager and employees of }
news of the death of James this week. the LeJeune Golf Course state
Ellison, popular Miami music- that the conduct and golf etiquette -
ian, who was funeralized on THIS IS United Nations of the Negro golfers is
Tuesday at Bethel AME Week . This week commem- 100 percent up to par. We un- l'la.f
Church. orates the tteginnine: of a Dem- desctand that this statement is
ocratic Institution, dedicated to the result of a personal matter i
WE IIEAR;: THAT charming the preservation of those pre- between the person responsiblefor (
Cherrye Mills Boyer Is now ; cepts of freedom that are the this statement and one Indi
using her talents as an employee heart of our own democracy.We vidual. f= )r
at Richardson's Mortuary should learn more about
the United Nations, because it Willie E. Miller, presidentPar JfCULTURE-
is the main hope for world and Birdie Club
will entertain friends on Sun- peace

day when she celebrates her I Why not take advantage of our
fourth birthday with a party Tickets are available for the
given In her honor by her Equal Opportunity Day ban-
mother, Alvilda Marie Floyd. quet which Is being sponsored: P
by the Greater Miami Urban Special Summer Rates
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Creamer League. The guest speaker for
(Helen Robinson) former Mi- the occasion which is scheduled: A j
amians are visting Mrs. Crea- for Nov. 23 at the Everglades
mers sister, Mrs, Walter Round- Hotel will be Whitney M. N Starts your career
tree, 1401 N. W. GO St. The Young, executive director of $1 0 .$1 .0
Creamers left Miami in 1952 and the National League. OSERVICEWilliam Toward Independence
now live In Menlo Park, Calif. .

Radio Station WMIW; has the County: Pre-School Pinder, Sr.

the group Marh of Miamians on Washington who made as Ass'n Holds Meet Professional, Piano Tuner FOR LIMITED TIME ONLY ACT NOW

their guest at the Ray Charles Dade County Pre-School Association And' Repairer
Concert Saturday night. Tickets of the Florida Con- 1935 N.W. 153rd St.
have been mailed to more cress of Colored! Parents and 1113 N.W. 3rd Ave FR 4-9998
than 70 Miamians who made Teachers held its first meetingof Opa-locka
the trip. the year: at the home of Mrs. Phone MU 8.3770
Clpora Brooks
1Vi11q( Murray is all smiles Mrs. Elizabeth Espy Curtis I

over the terriffic response the president of District: 10 PTA, ,' . .. . . .. ... ... .
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FAMU alumni Is getting with Action Programof
the special bus to the Southern the Pre-school: in regard to ; : ;
game Nov. 16. The Trailways the change that will affect the oTh Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call
scenicruiser will leave at 10 nursery school Day Care Centers i
p.m. 15 and arrive In Tallahassee and kindergartens in the +4r ,
at 7 the next morning. coming year.
North's Travel Burean Is hand- The president expressed regrets -
ling the reservations. that all pr chool cen-
ters were not represented at
BIRTHDAY GnEI;TINGS this meeting. This is the one
and best wishes to: Mr. and association whose primary aimis
Mrs. Robert Jones, Cleomie to help all centers in their
Smith, Clara Matthews Olive efforts to provide a better r

Curry, Garth C. Reeves Jr., children.dally program for all pre-school :.'.$ n. RENTAL .

The officers serving the association 4
Phyllis WheatleyA. ; for the year are: Mrs
T3. E. Cox president Mrs. T.
and S. ClubThe Turner, vice: Mrs C. Brooks, w'k AGENCY INC.
secretary; Mrs. I. B. Jackson ,
Phyllis Wheatley A. andS.
.. r
Mosely, treasurer; Mrs T. I.
Club met on Oct. 14 at the I Felton. I
home of Mrs. O. Weaver, 2005 I At the close of the meetings ._
NW 50th St. Plan and committees
the memlfcrs were joined by I
for the annual tea, Nov. their husbands and enjoyed a The largest collection and rental
17 at Youth Center on 14th St. most delicious] buffet dinner.

were perfected. Mrs. Weaver All supervisors, owners and agency in the South* operating in
was a delightful hostess and teachers of preschool child- -.
served the club with a delic- ren are Invited to attend the
ious repast.The workshop to be held at Bunche E _ Dade and Broward Counties9L.
next meeting, Oct. 28, Park Elementary School, Nov .
will be at the home of Mrs. 0. For further Information call
Estella Jones, 2955 NW 48th St. OX 1-1212 or FR 1-8488. L. Brooks Negro Housing<< areas.
Mrs. Wilhelmenin Sands, presi-

dent. Practical Nurses II.t'sftJrntMANAGING

Young Demo BoardThe Club Fall Tea AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN

hoard of directors of the The Licensed Practical 10,000 HOUSING UNITS
Dade County Young' Democratic Nurses Club iq inviting the
Association will meet Tuesday, nubile to a fall tea, Sunday Bonded
Opt 29 at the home of Dr. E. A. Oct. 27, 4 to 0 t p.m.. at the also has employment service at main office ,
Ward. 5811 NW nth Ave. The Ranpp Funeral Home 5727

agenda will Include the coming NW 17th AVP. Mrs Carmen F. 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue .' l i it
Night of Games, endorsing candidates Ross: Rom director of nursesat ;
and the charter amend- Mt. Final, Hospital, will be .4.f
ments. the speaker. (;.t1 iltW"ft

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1388 N.W. 55th St. With extra corner: lot. : 4240 N.'V. 27th AVE NK :5-31GG
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VOTE Against 5th Amendment I

Citizens Committee to Save Voters Rights 5556 Biscayne Boulevard 751.2852THE I




Bethune-Cookman College I SATURDAY OCTOBER 26, 1963 PAGE: 3 J

Budget Hiked to $1 MillionDAYTON State Club Women Hold: J

BEACHBethune- participation in the 10 year Ford .

Cookman College trustees, on Foundation sponsored program,

October 10, adopted a revise the of the in Stuart
By end program Fall Meeting in
budget for the next fiscal year $1COOG15 the largest bUdget<
student of 1,145 .and
body an
Increase of
and the hlehest any; Williams, leach and Miss 't. A. Hall
average faculty salary of $8,200 IIllss: :M. 4lIull ;
in the college's history.
year for nine months, with fringe Williams, West Palm Heach.Hepol'ts .
running, another STUAKT-Nearly: 100 women,
Last year's budget benefits amounting to
made interim (
from Septemberl, 1962 through $700. The present average, according representing 31 federated wo- activities were Including on the
August 31, 1963, was $856,50( to Moore, $5,235 salary men's clubs throughout the state Federratlon
A budget of $958,615 original!!; and $277 in hospitalization, retirement converged on this "Sailfish Capi- recent Southeastern
had been proposed for the next and other benefits. meeting which Florida hosted in
tal of the World" last Saturday
year, but according to President The college expects to have \Jy\ when the Executive Board of the Miami.
Richard V. Moore, a sharp increase -
In enrollment force 1071 an estimated budget of Florida Association of Women'8Clubs Representatives of the host
$1,630,722 and a physical plant held their fall planning
trustees to raise the figure. clubs presented a short, very
valued at $3,812, 033. The pre- session, here.
Enrollments by 150 this fall, t ta to sent plant's value is $1,797,033. j\ inspiring program preceding the
total of 831. -- . Highlighting the 1-day session business session; Appearing on
Moore said "there has been a which was presided over by the were Major William
11m111I"1'! : president, -
Mrs. Algernon Bolen Ft.
slight increase in the budgetevery'year Federal Employment P. Todt Principal Ernest Edwards -
but this is the most Federal Savings,: and Lain FAWC past president and chair- ,
the Executive: Board, was of Stuart Training Schoolat
increase in ,Association delivered a lay sermon man of
year." anyone OpportunitiesThe recently nt the Plymouth the naming of a committee to ( which the meeting was held).
Congregational,: Church Coconut study the association's constitu-
In their annual Fall meeting ,
Atlanta U.S. Civil ser- tion and by-laws for the purposeof
drove, in which tho central
trustees also participated in -
vice Regional Office is accept- revision
of a $43,000 president1 ing applications for loan themva 4 Integration and the PLEASE
home and broke ground for a 12 specialist, paying $6,675 to rights of all citizens to .share. Mrs. Louise E. Taylor, of Belle
room classroom building. The $9,475. equally in the great opportunities >> Glade, FAWC president, appointed [Drive carefully, -you may|
classroom building is one of In .this frco land lie Matedgreat nine-- members to study and hurt ono of my clients)
seven additions to the physica Applications will be gradedon ,strides<< / arc being lade make recommendations for
plant expected to be completed their experience, educationand dully by the combined forcesof / changes in rules of the associa- CARD W. HINALPIUuslnestt
by 1071 with funds from a cam- training. Applications will enlightened people of both tion; Mrs. Warrene H. Bronson,
paign. be accepted until November 14, rasps to bring about true freedom Lakeland; Mrs. F. M. Walker Mcn'a Assurance!
Bethune-Cookman College 1 ito Is 1063. equality and understanding. West Palm Beach; Mrs. L. F. Company
hlJ( Newkirt, Ft. Lauderdale; Mrs. A. ;
if the
get $1,500.000 campaign,
begun last September and end- Persons interested in these Edward T. ing next January 1, reaches its positions may get applicationforms of tho Mount Zion Baptist : Mrs. Mattle Eagans, Pensacola; {Miami Hhonj.s MU 821831What's
goal of $50 million, President or information as to ,Church and director of Franklin Mrs. Myttlo M. Davis, Miami;
Moore said. where such forms are available Federal Savings,: and Loan I :Mrs.: A. II. Bolen, Miami; Miss
at any post office (except Association is scheduled! to Alice E. Moore, West Palm I
Half the amount already has: the Atlanta, Georgia Post Off- peak before th.;! Men's; << Club uf I I I
been contributed to the National ice) of the Atlanta U.S. Civil (ho Plymouth eonJI"Jtlltiunal -
United Negro College Fund, $15! Service Regional Office, 210 Church early in ))('('('mh'l'. [lliliR.ff rN.. 'rr.WI ::e:; r ...
million of it coming from the Peachtree Street, N.W., Atlanta, .
Ford Foundation Fund or Ad- Georgia 30303. )"IankUn Federal of which
vancement of Education. )M>.th It..". Graham and Mr
Moore's To: Examlners-ln-Charge, Miller are a part Is an Integrated -
Trustees approved report -
the for Boards of U.S. Civil Service Ex- financial Institution. servingboth OurPLUS.
college's plan
on ;
aminers, examining points. races In the mortgage loan
State of Alabama Florida, :and ,savings fields.
Georgia, South Carolina, North I
Be CautiousOf Carolina, Mississippi and Tennessee REAL ESTATE :

? 1 1FAIR
November the very 5 election.long ballot Vote In NOon the Subject: Examination An- INVESTMENTAPPRAISALS Big I .
nouncement for Loan Specialist. -
amendment No. 5, If this
amendment passes it will rol J. A. Summons

you twice: Please obtain all publicity 1899 N.W. 53rd St. ".?
1. Amendment No. 5 Is j a possible for the above examina- Miami 42, Fla. DIVIDEND ,RATES?
"trick of words" to do away tion and furnish us published '
with the city of Miami. articles in the usual manner. NE 46875Indf . CURRENT 4/e! %! :!

2, Amendment No 5 Is designed Your cooperation In this matteris
to destroy the bargaining sincerely appreciated i!"5i2'" '!.1Q LOW COST HOME LOANS? ;
power of all minorities -IIi
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which are concentrated in districts . YESI

Vote NO on amendment No. 5.

A Citizen,
Dr. Elmer A. Ward

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It's interesting to note that in Atlanta, Ga.,

tive buying campaign sponsored' by the Negro
of that city 'against the Atlanta Coco-Cola
M brought such good results.

The ministers requested 16 jobs for Negroes ..;1.f: .

upgraded level .'
; :
---- -- -- - ---- The negotiating committee, some 400 local
II. H. SISMUNI: ; REEVES, Editor and Publisher
GARTH C. It1uEVES, Managing Editor ters got eVen more than they asked for. t
Member of the Xntioiial Newspapers Publishers Association The Negroes were upgraded. Coca-Cola ,
4 more employees for better positions and : Kn .
7!I ';7"SUaSCIUPTlON RATES apprenticeship program to train more
$5.00 r- Biff better positions. Hiring in the future will be on

Entered, as Second Class! Matter, August! 0, 1027 nt the Post Office discriminatory basis.
tit Miami, Florida I under thg act of March 8, 1876 Ye Editor commends this ministerial 'II
t042iJovntown'Olflce Atlanta is headquarters''for Coca-Cola.
'Mnin Phone OX
: Office 'nt 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue -
: :'' : 1112 N.W. 3rd Avenue Phone FR 3-2236 However, a word to the, wise is sufficient. ia I

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.4"c. .- .. ."CREDO,OP THE NEGRO PRESS" t f L.'No4 .
'The 'NEGRO PRESS believes", that America can best lead the I
E.. Jones, Public ltd
world from facial and national antagonism when It accords to
LIBCITYDRIVE. ons! of fahipa-St.
,eve'ry'man regardless or race, creed) or color his human ant} I @' is. Wotking' with
)legal rights. Hating no' man fearing no man-the Negro Pr'ss I ';t''' for Florida's Futlrfa
:strives'' to help every hum In tho firm belief that all men I1re lhb state Itth in
hurt: as long ji/ill.anyone is held) back.. IN THEA s.of the College' BUllditig
'1 .. +w Issue Nov 2 sdbf -
NEGRO POLICE FOR BIRMINGHAM? SEE MIAMI I OX 1-7959 22nd Ave. and f to the approval of Florida

Reading the release from Birmingham, Ala., that on Nov. 0.

the Police Fraternal Order had presented a petition 1 to NOW PLAYING -
the City Council opposing the addition of Negroes to the

police force brought to mind an editorial in The Miami &tZ.M. METRO-GOLOWN-pER pl aSEVEN ARTS ;
Times more than 20 years! ago.
CW roy
It appeared while J. B. Curry was City Manage: .
He was not in favor of Negro police at that time, being
influenced by some New York law-enforcement officer
Mr. Curry was City :Manager from February' 1942;

to September 1946.Birmingham's I
mayor said an intensive 'and complet
survey is now in progress to determine what kind of ; do'

police force will "best serve the entire city with the best AAaCtiON"

possible law enforcement for all its people." '

Perhaps it might be a good idea for the Chamber of; ,,.
Commerce and Metro to invite Mayor Albert Boutwe] rr.
1, and Birmingham's Chief of Police to spend two or three PLUS,-

days' in Miami at the tax-payers' expense, if necessary.
That visit would give them an idea of how our polic AUV BOLD 7 N
force operates, and they would see some of our 66 Negro -
officers on duty.It ADULT THEME OF I SHOCKING I !
\ I
--- --
might be an eye-opener not only for Birmingham, Fla.'L Day .
hut for Mississippi and others, even some cities in Flori METRO-GOLDWYN.MAYER i p present a

realize are
Birmingham and others should we

living in the twenties today, but in the sixties, and mus CHAMBERlAIN
,change' with the timea.

The following is the editorial from Miami Times: WHOM YOU KNOW AS Mrs W. K. Smith, wife of
DR.KfDAREL. p. pastor of Greater New
"THINKS IT WOULD BE DANGEROUS" NOW IN HIS v t ': Baptist be Church in Opa-
R will the evening
(Editorial) FIRST STARRING fr ., ./. at New Macedonia
ROLE IN MOTION h i Church 5770 NW 15th
The news that City Manager A. B. Curry said he r ;Y I .
PICTURES.,.A during the Women's Day
would oppose Negro police at this time for Miami, spread DRAMA OFCOURAGE 1. Y t on Sunday.
like wild fire on Tuesday, bringing about much unfavor 1 \ M.\ Athalie Range, own-
able comment. Mr.: Curry is quoted as saying: LOVE ANDMURDER of Range Funeral Home and
dirt>ctor of Roosevelt Savings
make change at
*"I think it would be dangerous to a S fcoan f. Asociation will be
this time.. The plan has worked in some cities, but has 1 "p .
aspects I think we should 'avoid at,this time." : speaker.. ?
He had talked with law enforcement officers in New I: Mr. 'Louise t Jackson is
\ r 'ith1an rand' Mrs. Inez 'Ten-
,;york last week and had come to the conclusion thai .,, o r.'J ) is co-chairman. Rev. nisI -
take action during the war. ; o. a A Y 'Jackson
i Miami should no Is 'pastor.,:

t The Miami: Times, absolutely :disagrees with City; I: ;o N'AI ...; .'
Manager Curry. If there ever was: a time, when Negro .
r ih, the presence 'of some; of
.t police should be appointed in Miami, that time, is NOW ,, I' friends and relatives, Mrs.:
For many years this journal has advocated Negro F ya+ K y 7 sta R. Newbold and Wr.
Y >
,. police for Miami. Over the years we have had many of; d \Holy Matrimony IL Clark were by the Joined Rev.

our friends to disagree with us, but today of Miami'i\ A..Thompson Saturday even-
.. 40,000 Negroes, at least 90 percent will tell you they 'The, bride was given in
want Negro police as that is the solution to the reduc by Hermon Clark and
Elizabeth Clark was
II Ion of crime among our people.We 1 I .

have contended, and justifiably so, that Negroes co.starrlnl Miss- Madeline JT-pI'n a n d
will work more in harmony with their own race thai' Lee At""{ ll vcie mar-
with, the white police. NICK ADAMS CLAUDE RAINS JOAN BLACKMAN KJAMES Friday, Got 18. at the
pride.Second. of Mrs. M Atwsll. mother
First, and naturally so, racial andMdutJJlt
the '' The Rev.
bridegr( )n.
There will be a closer and more sympathetic GREGORY Y JOEY HEATHERTON A. Thompson officiated. Mrs.
understanding. _. , .,. PAT BUTTRAM P. Frazier, Mr. Atwell's
was matron of honor,
E, Third. Negro police will not unneccessarily mistreat ':. ,....- --- David F. Davis, best man.
friends were present.
those placed under arrest. :
As to the opinion of the New York law' enforcement HALLOWEEN 'SPECIAL
officials, we doubt their ability to judge whether or not Dinner
Negro police would work satisfactorily in Miami.\ They

seem to be doing all right in New York, and other cities Reg. $3.50 Hair-do . . . . . $

too, that It is we our know opinion of.that our City Manager would do (Includes shampoo, press, curl and style) On Monday evening the an-
dinner of Epis-
well to take the advice of Miamians of both races who $3.50 Hair-do Churchmen in the Miami
have lived together for many years and should know the the Rt. Rev. James L.
situation here better than people in New York City. (Includes weave head or wigs, set and style bishop was held at
One weekonly Bayfront Park Auditorium
Mr. City Manager, 'VIE' WANT NEGRO POLICE. ; 400 present. "
THE INCREASE.We We are offering . The principal speaker was
CRIME IS ON Rt. Rev William L. Harr
who live in Washington Heights are interestedIn' WIG PICK UP AND DELIVERY suffragan bishop with
our welfare >and safety. We are taxpayers. at St. Peters-
We have asked for stiffer sentences for our criminals Kimberly's Beauty .After Hh Tomorrow.subject was" Very"The
chance to bring our law-
Back us up by"giving us a dealth with, the
breakers to the bar of Justice. Day: 757-9458 or Night: was loudly applauded., ,
is great city.. Miami is a growing city. We Led by Dean Frank Titus
Miami a 4310 N.W. 7th Avenue
Miami. The whole is no greater than the Miami, it1on was given to the
/are a part of demise of the late Archdeacon
sum of its parts. John Edwin .Culmer.


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LARGE corner store,
equipped for dry cleaners and
laundry, use of equipmentfree Attacks St. Aug'stineContinued St. Thomas ChurchHere
low rent 700 NW 2nd Ave.
Store equipped for fish fry, from page 1 is another one of the
use of equipment free, low rent, means of demonstrations." interesting edifices in our com-
704 NW 2nd Ave. The committee also called attention munity, St. Thomas Episcopal
For information call morn- to the confinement of Church Is located at G690 SW ,
ings, JE 1-7587 or Fit' 4-0310. Negro youngsters In correc- 88th St. The Rev. Arthur J
tional institutions for partici- Rantz, rector.
4-BEDROOM APT. 2 baths, pating in peaceful demonstra- It's a modern Gothic struc-
) can be used as store and residence tions, and urged the Justice ture, beautifully furnished and
" 6707 NW 18th Ave. Call Department to Investigate the : has glass stained windows.
Agency, activities of the Klan mem- I I There are a chapel and day
71-3G22Rental '.ers and White Citizens Coun- school attached. It's member-
cil In Florida. ship comprises 700 families. ,1

;, PERRINE, beautiful 2 apts., 2 : :
bedroom duplex, unfurn., col- at 1flt -
ored tile bathroom, wall oven, NOW SATELLITE
10370 173 St. Owner UN 0-2726. Y
.1 I the. ,T _

.' Babies care In my home, 2 .. ... J- ".1f"'f'.)\;ij: f'. .. ... ,ta ,... . ", .' ; -
'; months, 2 years, nights and : : --.I., ,
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days, Mary, PL 1-8217. L'f ',,: 1, ,v Jimmy I ,''CrawtOnit, a:Yttoi mrt
.II.1 pianist; who 'In".to'
NICE care for children. Mrs. ,. .;; . .: ,
... t .. 'itiW, ,N.t "K1n. Cole that
Pinder. HI 8-0735. Pick up and \P:. J.ta Ut''ht.htuttl'!
deliver. Children from 0 monthsto alntnl='volar! has.raovtd,tow
5 years. r the- **; 8 wjvSATELLITE ;; : ,j jt
,,: if};
t\ !J : t
". .
TECHNICIAN, 6801 NW ,-, 't. .> DEE CLARK .
15 Ave. At once.FAIRYLAND I II '.

Kindergarten.Very MICO BLANCO .
low rates. Serves hot '
meals. Pickup and delivery. :'

Mrs. Ruth Scott, OX G-5008. AND PARISIAN DANCER . .

dVV, 1 I ii GEE GEE LETANGE \. 'f
'Plus the Sir John Dancers, Bobby Marshall, M. C.,

$150 Down _____ Frank DuBois Band.. Make table reservations now
'';'" Y' Admission: Friday andl Sunday $1.25 Sat. $1.75

$60 Month ...(, ,' .' .. .. M I
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$7,500 total ... :r--t; : .....,, "'' M' ;f.''.'J..'"t I I .. .:
'. J{ ;;. $" ;>1' "' '' ." November 1-2-3
2326 N.W. 59th St. .'" , .. f\'I.r I"t:- (' '......... ..
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:""EJtrfftM17 I'; taleateC'perf.r: 1J:; ;!ri...."y.I.... I.. "':' "h.' '"

f;f'" ,' i.i 1"I" r"'" 8xengeat'cr' tietalamcr I
NAi .:.e.e..
NEW! $26 A WEEK .. '. ..". .,/ : .; -t' .. ..... tIOIIN rAOON ,WA81Bl'40TOH"'I" . ;', .. : I

"Jurar uttM't eatertalsmcaltt;:,: towa.":> .i'"t .nOLL, ',CALL ;'" :i',,
1790 N.W. 47th St. : ,' ., ' "" " ,' 1
:1' ,: : :. : ./ ; .. y $k 1r

3-bedrooms, 2 baths, Fla. STARI.M.MV I Mioiid nnranlNt IIIe111ises Io( Kee]> Y
:'the HATELLITK' Lounge in the
.J/ CRAWFORD Direct well known pleasant' "orlill" Hit Record
low down from rnpltol hill in \Va /h'nu Appealing every nlle with n .
room, payments. :ua. I). V. opens at Mlnml'H Sunday afternoon' matiiK'o. from "Mashedl) Potatoes"
Sd11'EhIITE: : l..cmnJU' for nn :3 t to 7 p.".
unlimited cnRiifft'iiirnt this Frl-
diiy. 1.'I'I'>Onuhlr and extremely SATELLITE: LOUNCJE Formerly with
'talented. This liandNonvo llam- 6222 Northwest 7th Ave.
J........""' Radio Station WMBM'

I The Palace Club ."t';' I 1 ..J0..4

Thursday, October 31, Halloween Nile
1236 N.W. 43rd Street 1730 N.W. 70th Street Ph. 691-6723 I Clyde Killens and his Hurricane Boys present their I

Open 2-6 Hat. and Sun. Fourth Annual Masquerade Ball and Ladies Nlte
Presents Fri., Sat., Sun., Their Own . Show.
CHS beauty: sparkling clean
Better hurry, thin will sell fatALLAPATTAH

Greatest Lady' Drummer
Phone 633-0426
PHIL (The Untouchable) HARRIS
Registration now going on
"Miami's No. 1 Matter of Ceremonies

See Phil's Latest . h jI7
1480 N.W. 69th St. HARLEM IN HAVANA REVUE K- 'ZII."PrlnCHI'I -...I .a /.--......,,.. .......,.."' ..
Bobby Chlckle BuoyTawnnu t
Hours: 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Fri., Sat., Show Time 11:30 1 a.m. Carlotta Marshall ]Horn 'II

Hot lunch nerved dallyA. Sunday Early Show 8:3010:30 .. -, ..,- ..... _..... '"'
Poltfer: Pay'only 50 cents admission (if you don't drink) ,

for further information call Or $1.50 minimum ticket (used as cash toward i I a I

PL 1.2659 after 5 p.m. purchase of drink) I 4a4 r 6 f f If

Pick up and delivery service Every Tues, ,Night is Amateur and : II \ i

Professional Night 4

HOUSE Thursday, "A Night in The Tropics"Come a .

3 LARGE BEDROOMS in costume if you like and get into the moodto w
Large living and dining datnce to the songs of the island'' -Tb -- -- -- Joyce Addle.. PrlnceM '
admission free Blnimona II
Both nights CounteM lAme Tanya
All tiled bathroom
are a. ..
all jalousie windows, tiled w b
window sills. Big Halloween Dance

$500 down if qualify
$18.50 a week will carry it } :

Later $10.50 week THURSDAY/OCTOBER 31, 10 P.M. ; a9' .

Include taxen, insurance 1F \ iii ,
.t. .
nrhage removal . .' ,'. .
If larger down payment, Master of Ceremonies k '!:"
carrying charges less .-
.: are Dance to the music of . k' k'
See mt""* Saturday or Sunday RUFUS BEACHAM. ,QUEENIE AND THE .. t .. .
-- --- ---- -
morning CHECKMATES Rena Brown Olydo The live

.5821... N.W. 24th Ave. Admission 50c Free if in costume McCall Bomber IUIlf'M, WnlktrFOR

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STEAKS Sliced Bacon 37 :r.DIRR'S r.,


RoundTBone LB 69 Sausage Ib 35C I

Sirloin lb 59 3 Ibs $1.59 :

Sausage Ib 59c Barn Rocks lb 19C

-:Produce -:- ;gi1 ( 1i ti t\\[ 3:i! 3. \I ti t -! Frozen DairyVELVEETA
5 FOR Sunshine Sweet 5 LBSSUGAR
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Grapefruit 194 Cheese 791 '
Cabbage Ib 5ct' OLEO MRS.FILBERTS Ib 29 :
With $5.00 Order or More
10 Lb. Bag FARM HOUSE Fam. Size '\
Potatoes 39 CRISCO 3lb can 590 PIES APPLE and PEACH 291 :

: Onions 3 Ibs 230 1 LIBBY-46 OZ.CANTomato MCKENNZIE'S-24 OZ.-- Pkg. *

( CARNATION-NO.1 CAN Juice 251 BlackeyeCrowder/
: I Tuna Fish 290 PEAS 45s
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II j !'e_ Cast Payroll Checks Cold Beer At_All Times *, 24 Hours DAILY!!I
: Toilet Tissue 4 for 35cCUT Cream Style Corn 2 25

Wax Paper 15C Hunt Peaches 250

Peas 2 for25. Carnation Milk 3 for 39t
Roxey Dog Food 4. 290 Charcoal 5 lb Bag 37


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\ If the civil rights bill which wood, NAACP Board chairman, NAACP Washington bureau. that "noting less will persuade In such a case, he added
finally emerged from the House to the Attorney General priorto Said Mr. Mitchell: "The Admini- Negro citizens that the Administration "Negroes must then concludethat J
Judiciary Committee Is watered Mr. Kennedy's appearance stration should be in there and the Congress really the street remains the
down to a point of ineffec- before closed sessions of the fighting for the subcommitteebill. understand the urgency of the prime arena 'for pursuit of the
tiveness, the NAACP may consider full House Judiciary Committee Instead, the Attorney Gen- >civil rights crisis." objective of equal justice under
I tailing! for its defeat. Oct. 15-16. Although warn- eral is trying to get the people t law"
"i The executive committee of ed that reports that the bill who are committed to It to Moreover, lllshop Spottswoodtold
c the Association's Board of Directors might be seriously weakened"are change their position." Air. Kennedy, the NAACP Despite this warning, the .
adopted a resolution at deeply disturbing" to civil Mr. Mitchell contended that 214 "calls upon you in your scheduled Attorney General went before -
Its regular monthly meeting rights advocates, the Attorney memebrs of the House were appearance before the I'' the Judiciary Committee, the
here, Oct. 14, rejecting any General recommended a softer prepared to vote for the sub- Judiciary Committee . to fulfill members of which had receiveda
compromise In the basic prin- bill than that drafted by the committee draft of the bill withan the responsibilities of your similar NAACP protest, and
ciples incorporated In the subcommittee. additional 117 "possoble" office by standing squarely behind called for deletion of the sec- f
House Judiciary subcommitteedraft supporting votes. A minimumvote 1 legislation which Includes tion empowering the Attorney
of the bill. \Vashinghon, Mr. Ken- of 217, a mOjority of the FEPC, across-the-board au- General to institute legal act-
Adoption of the resolution nedy's recommendation drew present House membership, Is thority for Justice DepartmentIn Ion, on behalf of individuals
followed dispatch of a telegram a Mitchell from Clarence required for approval of the civil rights violations and a whose civil rights have been
qlr, 1 by Bishop Stephen G. Spotts-I director of the bill. public acniommodatlons sec violated. Uuder this section, as
ANo the Leadership Confer- tion with real coverage. drafted by the subcommittee,
w5 ence on Civil Rights, of which "Your failure to sustain In full the Attorney General could
, of Education Roy NVilkin) is chairman call- lJ fore the Judiciary Committee intervene to provide protection
Future Higher against police brutality in civil
llt ed upon} Representative Eman- your repeated public declaration -
uel Celler, chairman of the of concern for genu- rights demonstrations
,\i' Judiciary Committee, to stand ine civil rights progress will :
: In Fla. Determined on Nov. 5 1 Further, Mr. Kennedy asked
firm In !support of the subcommittee convince Negroes{: and many for more restricted coverage

r" ," Citizens of Florida take a decisive local Chamber of Commerce In, draft of the civil rights whites crmcnt that is unable United or States unwilling Gov- than that provided in the sub-
to the future he state. k': bill.In committee's draft of the
: ,," 1 step leading his telegram to the Attor- to protect rights of the Negro public
of the state when they go to the This Amendment passed by ney General, Bishop Spotts- minority," the NAACP leader accommodations section of
the College i
polls to vote on the Legislature by an over- wood said that the provisionsof continued. the Mil.

r Building Amendment, Issue No. whelming vote must be approv- the subcommittee's draft ... .. .. .. ...
determine ----- - -- ---- ------ -
,! 2 on Nov. bond 5, to Issue allowing d by the voters of Florida on "are the minimum required fora THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FL/\
whether the Nov. 5, by voting YES. meaningful bill" and warned I
,, funds for the Immediate build SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1963 PAGE 7
) Junior Col- .
ing of facilities at -
lege and Universities under
;:\ state control.
',( State institutions of higher
learning have reached the saturation -
.: point and unless this bond '/
: : ;
\ Issue passes, many residents of / ,
Y ,
it: Florida will be unable to attend 1 1"S"
Colleges and Universities in the
'I,' state because of lack of Class- brewed
rooms, Dormitories, Laboratories t
f: and other essential buildings I It
:, necessary to provide facilities for 1
the expanding College populations for that
of Florida. ,
I' )t
'" To bring these vital facts to ., W'
the 'voters in Florida a voluntary wonderfulworld
g organization ui outstanding :
persons, citizens for Florida's
k '
r future I Is spearheading a drive
for the passing! of this Amendment -
:' Norman E. Jones public
I relations consultant of TampaSt. -
Peterburg Is traveling
thoughout the state contacting of leisure
community leaders: In the major
I cities, soliciting their aid In
organizing their respective communities -
C 1 in support of the College 1 ,t
r building amendment. ,
. .. The Florida State Chamber of
Commerce and many other ,
statewide and local organizationsare r r In w
working in the Interest of
this Amendment. Further Infor- ,. tw
mation can he obtained from any ...-.J. .w ; 3

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. Cops; Nab 52 Teenage Hoods

.' After BTW Football GameFiftytwo

;, youths and an adult Officer Richard Santel and
:r were netted In a police crack- other units went to the rescue
down on teen-age vandalism and arrested Isaiah Moore, 32,
Saturday night after the foot- and two youths.
ball game between Booker T. Staked out along N. W. 7
Washington# High School and Ave., where thugs have?. been 1
Stanton High of Jacksonville. attacking pedestrians after ball

Posing# as pedestrians at N games, police arrested 50 other
W. Seventh Ave, and 18 St., two teenagers.
White Miami policemen were
attacked by two 15-year-old
Negro youths and a Negro ANNOUNCEMENT
Somebody called him an obscene Sigma Omicron Alphi Chi Phi
._ . name, said Officer Joe Omega Invites you to its
Second Melzle Coleman No. 5 ''arswell.-- ------- :I. Catell, and as he turned aroundhe Autumn Tea. Benefit. JESCA
Is terminating Its 3rd anniver- Sis L Knight, P. Ward, Essie saw three men coming at Day Care Center featuring some
Sitting: Sisters E Franklin, Orange, L. t Graham, E. Hard- him.,The youth who struck him of the most musical talents of
sary Sunday, Oct. 27 at 3 p.m. W Jones!, L Cobbs (deceased), wick, L.
Tvson, Cren- Miami In afternoon bf
In the shoUlder, he said, wore an entertainment -
the James E.
at Scott Center, Bro. G Graham, Gussie Nelson, I Lawrence: L. .
7200 NW 22nd Ave. Dundy,' Eva three stoiielcssrings on his Sunday, Oct, 21. 4
W M; M. Norris, M Blakely. shaw, grand matron Ailhitorium
The cooperation of the mem- Not state of' hands, the mounting prongs to 0 p.m. Etberty Square -
on photo: Florida
G30G NW llth
bers Is requested. upright! Ave.
Members reading from left --- ,--
to right standing: Sisters A. i
Lenard, financial secretary;
W. Lockett, assistant; M., R. 'HEARTHENEWWIIAMITHON
Frederick, recording secretary;
E. McCleod, assistant Con; E.
Williams, C. 'Washington. B. '
.shelt6tt) "
-. SeCOnd row:., Sisters A. Bar- I,
ham,N. ',Walker, 'C. Glasscock, I
S. Wright, Eva Marshall, E. ',




:. 4tr Starting. Tuesday, Octob i 29

Live-Direct from : 'dental "Sidewalk StudioAt

: _ N.W. 3rd ,Avenue. and 12tfi: Street


SEE I .. '
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Air and Mr. Mnrthi C. Simmons -
1360 NW 68tb Ht. announce -
the engagement of their r L k ,
daughter, Shailean Etta, to 11 t'
Clayton King Jr., on of Mr. I
and Mrs. Clayton King Br., Atlanta
Drown, Ga.College Both grads.are Morris, $ VWAMi

Treat"Youth For Trick Unicef"The or :

!.i' c.

pel Methodist'members Youth of Kelly's Fellowshipare Cha-

are planning to trick or
for Unicef on Halloween October
31, 6:30-8:00: : p.m. Trick or
Treating for Unicef helps
needy children in the less developed -
areas of the world.

can Through provide Unicef the a single vaccine penny for Brother Ray Burkie "The King" Bee Alfonzo Mozell Donald Jones
protection against Tuberculosis
: for two cents a hungry _
child have a cup of milk each A, '
day for ten days: three cents
will Uuy the penicillin neededto
cure a child of yaws, a crip-
pling tropical disease.
The Trick or Trailers r'are
planning to work Inl the) main
area of 71 67 Street and'12
16 Ave. We are hoping that on
'when the
Halloween night
Trick or Treaters knock at your '
door you will drop your dona- ;/
tion in our special Unicef col-
lection cartons.
All volunteer M. Y F. Trickor
Treaters are ask to meet ;
5:00: p.m. Sunday at the Church.
Ale era Prince Is president,
Mrs. L. W. Mitchell, sponsor,
Rev. Frank C. Cambridge, pas- I


Clara DeVeaux I ,
: l.
formerly of Franklin Jordan Nicky LeeWAME Fred Hanna Harold Braynon


..3 at f! ./ ';

: $?;Beautyrama 121 DON' :

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Phone 6821 i4;.:W.OX 15th 1.9721 AVE. ** : j. :

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PAGE 10 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1963 Phil Ossofer Says: uev. fc>. L. u ay, pastor

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'S5 1 see that the Catholic Ecumenical .: \c'i'vance.airs.. Iruame i'leiUs, ,
Council Has expressed cuuiiuiuii, iurs. Jessie. Lewis, co- .
interest 111 Islam, iniddhlsm! the cnaumuii taKe tits method to 1. .
iiamu .iieugiori unu lice teachings expiub uiea> sincere: thanks to r'
:: of Coniucius.:: As a student an our memrAjrs, ooarus, clubs, I...
of religions, especially of apeal.ers auu many menus who I" \.
slam, 1 have often wonderedvny lltJlJtU! us make it a success.: I.(
Christians:! nave ignored ; \J.ay Uoci bless/ each of you. See

... \ne. .."......".. ...u.iununad and the Qur'anKoiYin you in enurcn Sunday. tfou are 1.
.. 'de I
( ). in this:: hook Muhammad always. welcome to tne biggest

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Gods message, and some (
either of two powerful spirits
'T111- 1' KNOW NOT WHAT tiunnl sect,) await the return of 'iI I
TInUO" (genii) to do whatever he ask- Christ. No. 4 MeetsWard ';1

As man struggles toward perfection ed. Cdinolics would find the No.1 of the Mt. Zion ''\' 1 1i
he becomes fatigue Children are like Aladdin, Qur'an interesting because of ijaptist; Church met at the home i
Parents like the honor It uestows Sister Ella L. Middleton cochairman t '' JIIIIIIIt'M!
physically and mentally. Exertion are magic the upon ot: xa;\""' '' .i.ixs
and frustrations are byproducts lamp and the magic ring. Theyare Mary mother of Jesus. In Sura of the board on Oct. One never knows how far a
of civilization. In his also like genie in too many 2J:52: <( states, "And we appointed 9 at 3GO NW llth St.. apt. 15. word of kindness onenever
effort to build a better world, instances children have but to the Son of Mary, and His The prayer was led by the how far goes smile of
man often creates for his off- "rub" and parents provide. mother for a sign; and we preJ.Glhu leader, Deacon Thomas Jakes. friendship sees flows.Congradulatfons. a
This makes mother and father read Sister Rosa
world. by
springs: a dream an uuoue lor both in a Scripture to the Woman's
of delu- the Genii of the house. To be chairman. The meet-
Castles In the world lofty spot. Iteguidmg:: the ver- Lee Brady,
sion are made of every material the Genie of the lamp or ring i gin birth, Muhammad said, ing was closed by singing Day for a
world.In old fashioned.In Me Near The job well done. Let us continueto
available in the real would be "And her who maidenhood, and "Jesus {Keep
dreamland man Cross." give our best to the Master.
bubble this era of modernizationwe into whom wo uieaihed of our We are looking forward to a
starts and off using candies. Later gum In go tangent to truth Uecause spirit, and made her and her" We had a delightful time. special day of enjoyment Sun-
life he penny uses sport cars and other of frustrations. This is caused son a sign for all creatures. I aftetward. Refreshments were day, October 27, 1063. God bless
such things.It somewhat because of a lack oi (Sura 21'J1): ). He continually referred served. The following memberswere you all.
I is liKe the story of the understanding. There is the to Jesus as the Son of present: Sisters Mattie Mrs. Annie Bell Sullivan
"Arabian Nights." In this talea psychologist, the guidance Mary, and extolled His high Anderson, Rebecca Kemp, Matie General Chairman .
youth found a magic lamp counselor and the grand parents tation.. Lamar, Viola Leslie, Rosa
and a magic ring. By rubbing to tell us how to raise In Sura 2:251: I, He say either one of them he could call our children.We the apostles we have endowed The next meeting will be held
have no quibbles with more highly than others;: Nov. 6 at 8 p.m. at the church. Rev. T. C. Kelley Jr., pastor

... ... \- them. Each has That its merits is besidesthe and Those to whom God hath spoken - -- --- --..-- NW 19th Ave. and 51st Terr.
its demerits.
He hath raised the loftiest
to -
r point. grade, and to Jesus the Son Apostle John, therefore, Mu- Mrs. Lea Gray, reporterOur
bus- service well
The point is that in this Sunday was
\ ness of child-raising we have of Mary we gave manifest signs, hammad Is a true prophet. In attended beginning with the
Him with 1 John 4:2-3, is recorded,
and we strengthened :
.o be careful carefulnot Sunday School. Everyone was
Broward j only very of what we say or do the Holy Spirit.} In Sura, 2:81: "Hereby know ye the Spirit of benefited after the Very fine
County \ but also of what we think. Too the same theme Is recorded. God: Every spirit that con- review by Mr. Fayson.
} often without meaning to we The Christian translators of re seth that Jesus Christ is
News nake our children maladjusted. i the Qur'an while rejecting the come in the flesh i is of God: Everyone is marking toward
\ In spite of good Intentionsas prophethood of Muhammad, admit And every spirit that con- Woman's Day. Mrs. Clarice
>ByWalter each generation tries to improve the authenticity of his book. fesseth not that Jesus Christ is Carnegie was the morning
Howe 1 the species, the undesir- Sir William Muir, who was unfriendly come in the flesh is not of booster for Women's Day. Mrs.
ables] evolve.I Nevertheless to Islam, says in his God. . Ferguson was the evening
children usually are what we book, "The Life of Muhammad," booster. The Excelsior Club will
make! them consciously: and "We may, upon the strongest I believe the Ecumenical sponsor a tea Sunday celebrat-
oJ subconsciously. They are pro- presumption, affirm that every Council is wise; in probing Into ing their Oth anniversary at
Church iucts of our effort. If they turn verse in the Qur'an is the gen- other religions, and I hope the the church, from 4 to 0 p.m.
Ebenezer Baptist gut to be less guilty than was uine and unaltered composition other denominations do likewise Stewardess Board No. 3 will
9th St. and 1st Ave., Hallan- also This in
Doctor Frankenstein, who is the path the direction after service
of Muhammad himself.
O. W. Foster, pastor, sponsor an program
dale Rev.
created an ugly thing. of the oneness of man-
Another in the interest
Sun- translator, (Von Ham Sunday night -
will observe Day,
this evolution of man kind and the
During oneness relig-
day, Oct. 27. You are Invited to 'littlelearning' mer,) said, "We hold the Qur'anto Woman's Day.
it is the
to ion which foretold
superman were 11y
attend services and worshipwith be as surely Muhammad'sword Rev. Jackson was our guest
which causes as his followers hold it Jesus when He said, "And minister for the morning.Mrs. .
trouble. We as parents know to be the word of God." other sheep I have, which are Mason wishes:' to thank
-rs Truly's godson, little Just enough about psychology, lly the standards of the not of this! fold; them also I everyone for helping her to
what our
Anthony Seymour, celebrated just enough ,- .---- must bring, and they shall hear make the tea a success Sun-
his second birthday on Oct. 18. parents actually did in raisingus ..... my voice; and there shall be
lIe is the son of Mr. and Mrs. to be dangeroue. Father, for- "" one fold, and one shepherd." day.Don't forget to visit the
Ervin Seymour, West Holly- give them"-COUSIN. (John 10-16. sick and shutin.JACK'S } .
wood. His birthday party was rd
on Sunday, Oct. 20. -
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L) women of Mt. Zion AME

''w Church of Opa-locka invite

everyone to worship with themon
their 10th annual Women's

Day, Sunday, October 27.
The chairman, Mrs. Jeannette
Jackson and co-chairman, Miss
f .\ Y4l a Jessie Bethay along with all

the members have been work-
'PZ Ing real hard to make this

: y fu Woman's Day the best. They
> r :j4t have chosen for their morn-

ing speaker, Mrs. L. J. Brant-
ley of Israel Bethel Primitive
4 t Baptist Church In Miami and

J for the evening speaker, Mrs.
Hattie Brace, a teacher at

k Phyllis Wheatley Elemenary
I School and n member of Bethel
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AME Church.
tJ Rev S. L. Gay and his con-

HOPE BAPTIST FOR WOMAN'S; DAY . gregation from Mt. Hermon

Rev. W. E. Sims AME Church, Opa-locka, will
L. Stephens pastorA. 90 Captains 'Receive be in charge of the 3 o'clock
service Dinner will he served.
Prayer for today: Commissions Plan now to attend all services
,Father of our Lord, the lightof at Sunday,

the world, strengthen all Rev. II. E. Greene is pastorof
Christians to shine brightly for Bethel Mt. Zion.
The May we be true instru-

ments of witness unto Thee in Continuing the focus on Wo- fr v NI WIT: ZION
this dark and evil world. Bless man's Day activities, Mrs. r a. w { Hialeah
each Christian, each family and Frances T Cause, chairman of
each church. May they shine the Woman's; Day activities: Rev R, C. Solomon, pastor
for Thee so that Thy kingdommay presented 90 captains their Mrs. E. G. Primus, reporterI

be seen on earth. We ask commissions for the observance must work the works of
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in the name of Jesus, our Redeemer of Woman's Day, Nov 17. Each MR.$. M. CUIUn"GII1. make our Women's Day a supreme I him that sent me, while it is
Amen.A captain has been given 10( success. May God bless day; the night cometh, whenno
Bethelites contact. An added man can work. John 0:4.
to I Women of St. Mary'sRaise each and every one of you againI
special thanks to all our incentive for the captains to'' thanks. The Willing Workers Club'sanniversary

members and friends who attended do an outstanding Job in con- Over $2,000One Sunday say the Social Saving will be held Sun-

services throughout the tacting members his been the Club will celebrate their 2!) day, Oct. 27, at 3 pm. The
day on last Sunday. We were four prizes offered to captain Sunday Oct. 20 an over anniversary at the morning Rev. E. T. Graham, pastor of
blessed to enjoy a most spiritual who reach the highest goa: whelming crowd witnessed a worship the public is Invited to Mt. Zion Baptist Church, will
most successful Women's
time. Sunday at 3 p.m Trips to Nassau, all-expense Day. worship with us The Pastor'sTheme deliver tho anniversary ser-
The Church was far too small
Rev. W. J. Macon of First Bap- and one-way are offered. The will be "Count Your
tist, delivered the sermon for top prize will be the crowningof for the large crowd who came Blessings." mon.We trust that you will be
from far and near to worship
the pastor's Aid Union. Mrs. Greater Bethel AME.
with the congregation Mrs. At 3, p. m., our Pastor will deliver present Visitors are always wel-
You are invited to attend a PUKSmiNC; KLDKK HERR Myol Curry Gibson was chairman the Fourth' Sunday pro come to worship with us. Don'tforget
tea this Sunday from 4 to G at t of the day, assisted by her gram's message at Mt. Olivet to visit and pray for the
the home of Sister Lillian Dullard The last quarterly conference co-worker Mrs. Evelyn Kelly B. Church first court between sick.
1720 NW 58th St. givenin for the year will he held Oct Johnson. 14th and 15th Sta. Ills theme

behalf of the sick committee 25 in the lower auditorium of. The Women of St. Mary's W, will be "Jesus Works at The BAHA'I ASSEMBLY
190.S.LTERS the church at 7:30: nm.. Pieslcl :M. Church wish to thank our Point of Contact."
lodge Mr. John B, Orr. former
lug Elder l< P. A, Allen will bin many friends who helped to
I State Representative, will speakat
I chancre. The pastor is askhm
CHAPEL AME all members to bo present and, MT. MORIAH BAPTIST a United Nations Day observance -
all boards nnd clubs are expected ';' sponsored i by the
Rev. H .1. Benson, pastor to l/rlng written report*. TEMPLE BAPTIST Rev A. L. Shipp, pastor Bahu'is of Greater Miami on

Flossie Marshall, reporter Ruby Handy, reporter I Saturday, October 20, 8:30: p.m.,
Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor
The 11 a.m. service was very rumen SCHOOL Men's Day will be observedat i at 43 Star Island, Miami Beach

warm in spirit. The male choir ANNIVKUHAUY The youth choir will sing New Mt. Moriah, Sunday, Mr Donald Barrett, Hollywood

was in charge with Mrs. Clara The 3rjth! of the during the Sunday mornln: Oct. 27 throughout the day. 'ittorncy, will be the Baha'l
Underwood at the organ. anniversary services and the No. 2 choir, jpoaker, and Mrs. Toby Emanuel -
Rev. Benson brought the Sunday School will be observed The morning speaker will be
during the evening. All members will serve as chairman. The
message from St. John 1:1.: In 27 service.during regular Robert especially those who have Rov. D. A, Bradley of Mt. Car- theme for this observance will
the beginning was the word. church mel Baptist Church. The even-
been resting for the summer, do "United Natlons-Our Moral
This was a very beautiful ser- L. Stokes is superintendent of are asked to come to worshipand ing speaker will be Rev J, W. Challenge."
mon to .be heard. Mrs. Cornelia the Sunday School. This occasion get ecqualnted with their Stephenson of Antioch Baptist Tho Miami-Dade Junior Col-
Glenn is still reminding every- ; marks the 20th anniver- captains. Church. The public is cordially
the lege Chorus, directed by Dr.
of adult classes in up-
will be the sary Invited to bo with In
one next Sunday us ourMen's
Donald Butterworth
Woman's pr r auditorium A highlight or In behalf of Woman's Day, perform -
big event. DayMembers
ter's Chapel is looking forward the day: will be the wedding of a tea will be sponsored Sunday The public Is cordially

to a successful day. The publicis Ralph Symonotte, Jr., following 3 p.m. at the home of Mrs and friends are Invited to attend. Refreshmentswill
invited. the morning service Mr. Sy- Rosa L Delancy, 8 tiN. W. asked f not to forget our pastor l/j served

There will be service held i monette is a typical Sunday 51st St. General chairman, Mrs, who Is still in the hospital.
schooler, having been reared In Lillian Williams and cochairmen
to Woman'sDay I -
nitely leading week.up Please remem- the church from cradle roll Mrs. L. M. Colebrook and ST. JAMES AME ST. LUKE AME
this days. Ralph is I the son of Mrs. Miss Helen Smith, are expecting Rev. P; W. Williams, pastor
ber the sick. All visitors are 1815 NW C5th Street
Naomi Ward Symonette and that all the captains Rev. J. B. Blacknell
welcome. grandson of Mrs Carrie B members and friends will be pastor
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Ward. Both are ardent mem- present Last Sunday was really a
GRACE PRESBYTERIAN"I bers of the Sunday School as Joyous day and to share with'
well as participants in many Woman's Day Is just two us: the wonderful sermon and
was in the spirit on the church activities. weeks around the corner, and spirited singing were membersof
Lord's Day '-Rev. 1:10.: This the women are leaving no the local School:; Lunch Association -
will be the text of our morn- ON THE :MOVE WITH stone unturned on the 'home- observing School ,
ing sermon "In the spirit of COUSIN run". They are determined to Lunch Week
the Lord's Day" make this one of the best of I

We are having a pre-anni- Last Sunday the pastor Rev. this annual effort. The visitors can attest to the
S. A. Cousin, chose "spiritualrestoration" The woman's chorus, with
versary tea this Sunday after- I fact that this is trully a "A
for the sermon chairman
Mrs V. Strachan as "
, noon, from 4 to 6. This wonderful theme. Guests during the day into Friendly Church. where the
!is being whipped shapefor
occasion will be sponsoredby Included Mrs.: Delores Riley, the occasion by Brother II. Holy Spirit always dwells.
the women of the church. I Fort Lauderdale, Mr. and Mrs.J. Hepburn. The men have pledged Three babies were Uiptiszcd
We are sure that all who attend R. Chisholm, Ocala; Mrs. to back the women all the and one adult Joined the con-

will be delighted by the Coretha Rogers! Niagara Palls; way, gregation.Wo .
festivities and fellowship. Mrs. Bessie Knight, Sanford.
undoubted havo the best
We are blest by our team- The Cousin for Bishop Club ANTIOCH BAPTIST singing youth choir In all of
work as we approach our anniversary Invitation to the entire Dado County perhaps the
extends ,
observed I an Rev. O, W. Foster, pastor
Week to be -
Loyal community to Join in the South! These young boys and
weekof Behold how good and how
the first ,
during make Rev. Cousin one afire.
drive to girls can really set you
November. Let ,us move of the bishops in 1001. pleasant it Is for brethren to
faithfully and joyfully toward I Iwell together in unity. Sunday afternoon Rev. Black

the goal. Psalm 1331.: nell accompanied some members -
MT. CARMEL BAPTIST And unity Is what our and stewards to Sweetfield
Christian brethren showed to flautist Church in Coconut
Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor
MT. CALVARY BAPTIST Christine Cohen, reporter us on last Sunday, our Men's Grove: The youth choir did BUM. ( UHUnOIUNHON
Day The men of Antioch would the singing for this occasion.
Rev. S. Atchinson, pastor Blessed is everyone that like to thank all the partici- The have set In Sunday Oct. 27 the women
women mo-
Constance Carter, reporter feareth the Lord; that walketh pating brethren who helped to tion plans for their 15th annual of St. Luke will celebrate their

Last Sunday was most en- in his ways Psalm 128:1. make this day a success. A Woman's Day which is slated annual Woman's Day co-workers The gen-

joyable. Our pastor delivered special thanksto special thanks to Nelson for Nov. 17. For this outstand- eral chairman and
Again we say
both sermons. The second anni- associate ministers for Adams and Rev. J, E. Jenkins ing religious affair they have have gone all out to make this
our tho best in the history of St.
of the No. 4 usher! .
versary for such Inspiring selected
the lovely services they car- messages.We two capable women to Luke -
board was truly a momentous ried on during our pastor's ab- were also happy to have had head this annual event.: Mr.
occasion for all. They had included a sence. We are looking forwardto our visiting friends, who also Martha Nicholson is the hard- The morning speaker will

wonderful program which Sallie- seeing and hearing our pas- played a part. The music for working chairman with Mr. be Mrs Gloria B. Robinson. The
the speaker, Mrs. tor this Sunday. the day was beautifully fur- Classic Porter, prominent religious evening service will be a panel
Carline. She did a wonderful nished by the male chorus of and fraternal worker as discussion. The theme: 'ThinkOn

ioU as guest speaker. The No. 1 Usher Board will Jordan Grove and Macedonia co-chairman. These Things: "Truth, Courage -

Next Sunday at 3 p.m. pur celeUrate its anniversary this baptist Churches Also thanksto This affair promises to be Faith, Temperance, Wis-
will have his long Sunday at 2:30: pm. and the the Male Ushers of the First one of the best. When the dom" Panelists are Mrs. Alese '

awaited day. He will have ,his speaker will be none other Baptist and Antioch Baptist women get together look out! L. Gill, moderator, Mrs. Alze- l
installation service. This Is expected than our own pastor. We are Churches! of Brownsville. FInance Sunday night at 8 o'clock the line Pinkney, Mrs. Ida B. Mose-
to be one of the most asking all our friends and mem- raised was $1,547,98. pastor is asking the members! ley, Mrs. W. E. Sims Mrs. An-
important highlights In his bers to make special pledge for will to be out 100 percent at Metropolitan -. del W. Mtcklns and Mrs. HelenS.
life, because this is his very this Sunday toward our build- The associate AME Church where we Stubbs. Mrs. Annie B. Sullivan -
first installation service. Each ing fund. conduct Sunday join Rev. J. Williams and his general chairman. ,

and everyone Is invited to Bible Class every Tuesday at Prayer meeting and Bible congregation in celebratingHomeoomlncr. The public is cordially Invit-
come out and take part in this 7 Prayer meeting Tuesdays Class every Tuesday night. The address Is Is ed. Pray for the sick and bfe-

great day. Not only on special 8 p.m. Bro. Casey Graham, reporter 177S NW 89th lit reaved! families.NEW .
occasions, but at all times.



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'. PAGE 12 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1963 In heartfelt memory. of our The. family of the late, the family of the late
beloved 'MAE ; thank our many relatives, frl-
d relatives fri-
thanks our many ,
of SCO NW 12th St. who departed ends and neighbors for their
r. this life October 15, wishesto sympathy and kindness
CARDS ... MEMORIALS take this method of express- toward us during his illness and
ing their sincere thanks to the death for their cards off sym-
ripi many friends and neighbors for pathy floral pieces, telegramsand
the nUmeroUs cards foral the donation of the use of

IN MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKSThe pieces kindnesses, telegrams shown and during the many their their cars.SpecIal .

sad but loving memory of family of the late, ',hour of bereavement. Special thanks to Rev. Benson -
our dear one, MRS. KATIE GRIFFITH' thanks go out to the members of Salters Chapel A.M.E.
of St. Luke Baptist Church for for officiating the eulogy and
of 5011 NW 23rd Ave., who departed -
the Pastor, Funeral Home and
such encouragement, to Range
this life the 15th of
a Rev. p, W. Williams for officiating staff for such efficient services
v Y October 1963 wish to expressour the eulogy and the Home rendered. Many God bless eachof
sincere gratitude to every- Mission for their kind servicesof
:: one who came to our rescue in kind
Albert for patient and The Children
I any way to help us to bear our services exemplified
burden of sorrow. Thanks for
The Walker and Davis
and flow-
the cards, telegrams
ers and many other services. Families IN MEMORIAMIn
Many thanks to our dear pas- t.

; ',i f 2 4 Ebenezer tor, Rev Church Aaron and D. Stewardess Hall of- 14; ) ))7I4; .mf1 CARD OF THANKSThe loving memory of

14 f Board No. 1, 2, and for their -.-------- I
kindness. We especially thank family of the late, ib
1 for the
Stewardess Board No.
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lovely floral piece, and we bowto ----- --
Francis Funeral Home for ELLIOTT JOHN PIEZE
a1RUBY its kind, courteous and very efficient who slipped away from us into
service.Mr. eternal rest October 27, 1962.
Lorene Griffith, son Sadly missed by.
Mr. Jim Griffith, son The Familyand
Mrs. Joseph Griffith son Friends
Mrs. Bessie Griffith,
daughterinlawAnd MEMORIAMIn (_, !
a host of grand and great IN k iy __ _
?! rand children. memory of .

who departed this life October
24, 1958. In sad but loving memory of
"0 giver unto man of breath my dear daughter,

O holder of the keys' of death, -.-----..-
0 quickener of the life within, t 0 Iy eli
Save us from death, the deathof A
sin, I !
That soul and spirit be ;
For I unto Theel! V
The Family ,


departed this life October
mw.: '''WI''''' ,..r U,,. ; MRS.. RACHEL BARBER
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4 28, 1961.

lataT I 4v r JEST We all miss you very much..

w, wish to take this method to The Family
toy express their sincere thanksto
,( every one who in many ways
helped us to bear our burden CARD OF THANKSTo
of sorrow. with cards of sym-
ra t pathy telegrams and beautiful

4 flowers, thanks to Rev J J. the officers, members and
Williams: Metropolitan A.M.b.. friends of Progressive Courtno.
Church Brown, Evans Gay, 44 Herlones of Jericho, first
'MRSJULIA: HEPBURN Salmon, and so many others. may we say thanks come
SAUNDERS We thank you all and may the your way in the most sincere
who departed. .1 this life October Lord shine his blessings upon way that we know, with not the

.. ...-,....._" ..__.., ..,.' 20, 1052. you.Mrs. words to express how reatful
>:'C she're'st in
May: peace* Eva Hanna, sister we are to you one and all for a
MERLINE MATTHEWSvho I Prince Hepburn, father and Grand children Job well done, on Wed. October
passed< away October 29, :MrsEmily Hepburn, 9, in making our Queen Contesta
1057. mother success. May God ever bless
May she rest In peace and Anna and Emerald, sisters each of you to the contestants
nay light perpetual shine upon Alexander Hepburn, IN MEMORIAMIn you ran well, thanks for a well
aer. brother done Job, may you live long and
Mrs. Augusta Coban, Sandra, Emily and Wendell loving memory of our keep up the good works; again
mother Saunders, children may I say many many thanksto
mother, sister and grandmother one and all, from the Pro-
IN MEMORIAMIn .- r.y.... gressive Court No. 44 Herionesof
IN MEMORIAMIn Jericho, Miami, Fla.
CYRIL loving of our dear loving memory of Her Leola Thompson, S. M.
to thank our many friendsfor mother and memory, our dear husband and father, M AIM .
cards, letters, telegrams,, grandmother,
Hero. J{. E. WoodsV..
flowers and other expressions
shown us during our hour of who passed October 26, 19G2. Joshua.
Her. Clariece
sadness. We wish to thank the May she rest in peace and 'i ir 'I Cornegay,

Guilds of St. Agnes Church,, light perpetual shine upon her.
and all social clubs. A vel' y She leaves three daughters,
special thanks to Fr. Lambert Mrs. Dewitt Walker, DEATHS
Sands and the M, S. Allen Fun- Mrs. Pearl Williams and ; ,,I" 'j'jtJ
eral Home for its efficient ser- Mrs. Allease Officer ,''y.' ,
Joe Walker, son m
vice.May God bless all of you.Mrs. Four grandsons: .... ,:t It... FRANCIS
Lea Hamilton, mother Earl and Ronnie 1 ,j( . .
e;i i1'
Kenneth L. Hamilton, Symonette 3 1
brother Arnett Jr., and Sheilce ty 1 !. 11 JAMES ELLISON of 14820
And a host of sorrowing Phlllyis Grandchildren zl1 Jackson St., Richmond Heightsdied
friends, nieces and nephews. Mrs. Syliva Wallace Sister '-1 \''( J.g- Oct. 1C. Services held on
and other relatives
l .... Tuesday at Greater Bethel
Billy and Tommy Officer \.
.f .'" 'I '.. AME Church with Rev S. A.
CARD OF THANKSThe I .. .. \, '' ,,' Cousin c tJ.clating. Survivors
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WILSHIEREIICAREY .: 4. .". .4 Include his wife, Florence;

family of the late -, _'.__,_iwl'__.,._,_?_._:1 .alR_.____ 'f.'i 0'__ three daughters, Jacqueline

extends following sincere Institutions thanks and to the organizations =: Qultman WILLIAM, Ga., who SCOTTof passed to ;'fr... . MRS. OLIVIA ADDERLEYwho Williams, Pamela and Patricia,

during their bereaved the Great Beyond on October ,,. I: departed this life October a son Patrick, two sisters.
hour: To Booker T 7, wish to express our thanks '
26, 1961. Time cannot live the
Wash'ngton' High School Fam-' and appreciation to our local } MRS. HATTIE LEE WILLS
-llv! G. w. Carver High School friends and neighbors for the memoules that still linger on of Havana, Fla. died Oct. 17.
'.Family, Mr. and Mrs. Marvis many cards, telegrams, floral and though there's sadness in The body will be shipped to
Anderson, Omega Psl I Phi Fra- pieces and other kindnesses .t. our hearts, because our mother'sgone. Tallahassee Oct. 25 for final
ternity, Alpha Chi Pi Sorority, shown during our bereavement.May '#yYBw : rites. Survivors Include her
St. Cecelia's Guild, Dade Coun- God bless and keep you Some day, sometime our eyes : husband, James; mother, Mrs.
ty Lunchroom Managers William safe and in his tender care. : } shall see, the face we knew so Ida Bell Brown, a brother, Allan -
J, Stirrup, Father Theo- Mr. and Mrs. A J. Scott \ well someday sometime her Phillip, a sister Mary Den-
hand we'll clasp and
Mrs. Flossie O.,Scott say nard.
dore R. Gibson rector of Mr. and Mrs. Willie J. ____________ ____u__ farwell sadly missed! by
Christ Episcopal Church and
Mrs. Eunice Phillips,
the Bethell Williams Funeral NelsonMr Harden ARLINGTON N. GRAY daughter MRS. GERTRUDE SMITH of
and Mrs. George
; Home. who departed this'life October Arnett Jr., and Shelice 4647 Prairie Ave., Chicago, died
: Sincere words of appreciation 22, 18G2. Phillips, grandchildren Oct. 13 in Chicago. Services
are also extended to the many IN MEMORIAMIn Gone but not forgotten. May Mrs. Sylvia Wallace, sister held Wednesday at Friendship
I'.friends, and neighbors 6f Miami he rest In peace. and other relatives Missionary Baptist Church with
and the surrounding areas, for loving memory of my Hester Gray, wife Rev. Jenkins officiating. Sur-
cards, flowers, telegrams and dear mother. And Children vivors include a' sister, Eldls
floral pieces and donations. MRS. PEARL R. YOUNG will linger I in our hearts: for Long, a brother, Joseph P. Morgan -

1 Mr. and Mrs.. HarmonCareyr who departed this. life October IN MEMORIAMIn an aunt, Mrs..,.Rosa Smith.,
25, IDflU ever.May
parents .
Mrs. Annie Kate Carey, wife Beyond the gate, my loved one loving memory of our dear she rest in peace. '
Charles Carey III son find rest and peace. There is .mother, wife and sister, Eloise Johnson, daughter MRS. FANNIE JOHNSONdied
.' comfort.In the that CHRISTINE J. KINO'who Oct. 18 at Kendall IIos-
1 .i" Mrs, Elizabeth Carey thought, Whitfield King; husband
this life October pital. Arrangements are in-
t"' God knows. best.. ." . departed
"Bullard sister Roena Parlin sister
Mrs. Florence RogersAnd 28, 1962. complete. Survivors are a, :son.
1 Charles and Richard Family Tho she's gone her memories And Family and other relatives.TH .
Dullard, nephews
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of 2422 NW 57th St., died on .,

October 17. She resided in Miami : s FOR SALE FOR SALE :
for over 42 years. She is

survived by two daughters,, NICE 3 BEDROOM 2 bath In .i
Mrs. Doris Thompson and Mrs LOVELY CBS HOUSE, 3-bed' '.igodd4 area. CBS, tile roof, fctove, f,
Olive Scavella; a son, John, s a rooms, total price $9,800, $300 refrigerator: hardwood floors,
large number of grand and down, FHA $61 month. Heaters bltfijfcjtchen. ,. $450., down,$13,700.
great-grand children and one I air conditioners and beautifulshrubs Total A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, 714
brother; John Cash. IE ; location, Richmond 'NW,62 St., nltes ,PL,0-5533 day 1'a

,.'funeral services for Mrs.Irtgraham' Heights, 13921 .MadIson St.. CE PL 43431: t
5-2G78. 025
.will be held on Saturday LOL I 3 J BEDROOM corner' \

at 12 at Mt. Olivette Baptist near- 7 Ave; Nice yard, tile roof 1'
Church with the Rev, I. C. RENT NO QUALIFYING Beautiful '
Micklns} officiating FOR FOR RENT like new CBS,THe roof, awning big$ carporte, seperate dinning kitchen
\ .room. expensive carpets, -
1-BEDROOM FURNISHED: unfurnished windows, garage, .tromendqus
APT. $15 per or /$150 down ,
Mtts. IRENE HARRIS 14355; week. Adults only. Phone MU 2-bedroom house. Ph. 754-8901 built in kitchen fcdpuble.( ", door terms eQUiPmentk" ori;' Realtor,

1-7001, O a-locka area closets, huge landscaped lot. 714,;.NW 02 St. nltes PL D- 533,
AV died
nW 22nd Get 17
ahtlr PRIVATE ROOM in private House Is full of, beautiful l- PL 4-3,131. of
home1' She Was a resident 1 AND .2' BEJDitOOM furnishedor home, phone 035-8909. ture and modern'*Xjapplittncfcs.A dayir,+ ; '\," '
for ,over 12 y ear ; HH survivor, ,
bargain at $12,500) ands
pay .
Adults CORNER 2 BEDROOM dollhouse
partly furn. will "
df Homestead and .Opa-locka: or
3-BEDROOM HOME 3011H ments are .$73 months
take small child 3 only t Just like new, $77., month
include her husband, Hudson, a up to years ;
NW GO St. NE' 5-8970 Life Realty 4932 NW 7. AVe.
MtJ all. Lovely Fla.k room, CBS, '
4 .sbri, Albert l .Davis: a daughter old. 1-0323. pays 1
PL .
Mrs., Xeniord Crews 0-4371H; Open Sundays. carporte>, $11,600. Total, ,JI $350.,
; ; twosisters 1-BEDROOM APT. Unfurnished I,I, I
BPDROOM : down Alla attah. A. Ben-Korl,
jMm s. Mary: Tbombs furnished apt. AP 1382 NW 55 St., PL 7-1089,, ,Realtor' 714 NW 62 St. nlte PL
ahd Marian Charlston t W unities downtown area. $18 efficiency "
; cbrothers : : rent. \
also rooms for . =bedroom -
; ,Joe and Sam Corner.. $13. Call MIckina RPm" NO QUALIFYING 4r 3 05533; days PL 4-3431.
Service were held Tuesday in I al Agency. NE 4-0500. Indf LOVELY EFFICIENCY for 1 or CBS in heart of Manor
Park area. Freshly painted Inside MONTH PAYS all.. DigCBSt
$07. $
the chapel with Rev. A. C. Mo-
week to right
2 adults, $15 r
and out and has b\ th
> car-
zell l officiating LARGE Can bb used NE 5-55500.. I bargln Jn Allapattah. $9000.
porte and separate garage. Only Total $300 down. A Ben-Korl,
for rooming house HOUSE
a or a nursIng 3-BEDROOM large
$300 down. Life Realty, 4932 I 62 St. nits PL
school, Brown Sub.> Also dining room, Realtor, 714 NW ,
.MRS. HESSIE WEST of 1741 fflciency furnished at 5000 NW living screened room porch. Hot and cold. NW 7 Ave. PL 0-1371. Open I 0-5533, days PL 4-3 t31.
68th evenings and Sundays. ,
Terr. died Oct. 17. She
wasa 27 Ave. upstairs also two apts.on water, big yard, also one bed
resident for 35, years and a 49 St. 4814 NW 27 Ave. Apt. Nice neighborhood,
room apt. FOR RENT Oil TJ5A8B
devout member of St. Luke
Baptist Church. She is survived 2, 3, NE 4-1714. N2 Ph. FIt 14685. N2 MOVING. Must sell all house- For long or short terms, 10

by three daughters, Mrs hold furniture, twin beds, rooms with 20x40 hallway in
1-BEDROOM APT. furn. $17.50, double beds, dresses, simmons the center. Suitable for lawyersor
Margarette Edwards, E 1
u a '
Maxwell, Gladys Grant; four 1853 NW 44 St. PL 8-3901. URNISHED or unfurnished hlda bed, TV, three piece sec- doctors with a drive in door.

{grand children; two greatgrand ipt. In Opa-locka area. 1-bed tional end tables, 'baslnette, NEW 4 BEDROOM, 2 bath in
private 2, bathinette, stroller and other West Hollywood Small down
unfurnished. $15
children and a brother, H. W. oom
home, nice and hot and
Maxwell. quiet Bedroom unfurnished. $18, 1 Items. Very reasonable, private payment, bank financing Call
cold water, 2491 NW 59 St., NE
0-7998. Indf.
2-bed- CA NE 4-0500.
Bedroom furnished $21
1-2261 JE 8-3401.
Services held or .
Wednesday at ooms furnished $25. Call Mlc- -

Rev.St. Luke P. Williams Baptist Church with ARE YOU 'LOOKING for a kins Rental Agency NE 4-0500 PROTECT- -YOUR n.nfITUiia-I I
officiating.: Indi
Final-rites will be held in Rlce- clean furn, room with all mod- p4 WITHOUT HIDING ITS B1AUTYI I
boro Ga.MISS ern conveniences including
'kitchen? Call OX 14801.DEATHS WANTED t*? 4i CUSTOM URNiTURETfl

Anyone knowing the J present PLASTICh, .
1990 NW 55th St., died Oct. 18. MAE CLARK who formerly, 4' SLIP COVERS
She had lived here since 1919. lived at 1130 NW 5th Ave.,
Her survivors include her The funeral for Rev. G. P. lease call CA 1-4833. ...CRYSTAL I P of
mother, Willie Mae, three sisters -- Pierce of the Allen Chapel I LON>> LASTING
and five brothers: Services AME Church, New Smyrna NRI tlSISTANT

Saturday at 3 Rev'A.In the Beach, was held Tuesday, Oct. ,FOR SALE ,. FULLY aUARANTUDIIAMSr .

chapel with the Mo- 22 in that city. ,,. '. p,,,(raopMATl111A1S ,;
zell officiating. Rev. Pierce died suddenly ofa -
heart attack. He was an outstanding CORNER DUPLEX, CBS beauty SHIP AND 1
minister of the AME $GOO down, no closing costs, +
MRS. CARRIE B. MOSLEY, Church. 2-bed rooms each side, one side ALUMINUM 'II' IITIMATII .

1812 NW 51st Terr., died Oct. He was the husband of Mrs completely furn. tHe roof, firrmtVSHIpNl SPECIALIZING
19. She' resident for three hardwood floors. Live rent free VINTIDrn It
a I Ellen Blacknell Pierce, a retired . flU.O. IN PLASTICSLIP AZi
years Her survivors are a son, teacher of Dade County and Shell Realty, 7585551.FULLY COVERS
Staff Set. Donald Mosley; two the brother-in-law of Rev. J, EXCLUSIVELY
dBS 2-bedroorc
daughters, Carrie L. Sutton B. Blacknell. F RN.
and Mattie Rayford; ten grandchildren 2 bath, hardwood .floors, front rHONfWl .
and two sisters. Mrs. porch, tile roof, large garage,, House of Grctchcn 7.5081,

Mosley will be in repose at the RICHARDSON . $150 down, Avec17588--5551sts; I
'funeral home until 6 p.m. Fri- 42GO NW 7th
day. Final rites will be held in MRS. JENSIE Sapp, 307 NW
'rQultm n. Ga.'DEACON 11th St., died in Jackson Hos- NO QUALIFYING $G95 down,
pital. Services held Tusday at $G9 a month fully (urn., 2- Selections in Miami
,ft. Zion Baptist Church with bedrooms, 1 ti bath, hardwood
Rev. E. T. Graham officiating. floors, front and rear porches,
JOHNNY W. JOHN- awnings, carporte. Total $7,500. Lovely homes. ,, --.Open
SON of 2145 NW 158th St., died MRS. CORNELIA WtllGltT, '
Oct. 23. He had lived here for 3251 NW 50th St., lied In Jackson NURSERY or MOTEL, 4740 J' New,J-ow: DoWn Payments

over 24 years and was a de- Hospital. Services held NW 7th Av! )Reasonable down .', 1 ;,EZ. TE!J\'S\ LESS THAN RENT
vout member of Mt. Calvary from Mt. Sinai Baptist 'tt:
Thursday Tr>Ot.+it is to buy: ,
payment. '\ II' I r it
Baptist Church. He Is survivedby ,
Church. Mrs. Wright's body News Reatty.Jnc": 4GO 1 NW, Is" .
his widow, Ella, a daughter, was shipped to Moore's Fun- 7th Ave. p 655. : ,
four grand children and his eral Home in Dawson Ga. :I f; :::230 NW 51 it Street

mother; seven brothers and two where burial will 1A completed. BEAUTIFurcer! and wne, hardwood floor awning
sisters. Services Wednesday at Bar on NWVflth Ave. Call. Like'' riewCBS. ,2-bedroom, ,

Mt. Calvary Baptist .Church, Mrs. Enleth Miller Johnson, 757-9107afWWl2vnoon.': : ,.} I window*:,and appliance*. $400 down, $75 per
Rev. Simms officiating. Inter- 110 NW 9th St., died Oct. 21. : i
tl '
ment will be held in Cutberth. Services are incomplete. NO CLOsllplVcOSTS. Iii I,01 % -i ,.. ''f'I( f,600'II.totalty

<3a. where he will be shipped free. RegTwe CDS dupl/jjf./ z'i ,,1 \ .' .
rent '
Wednesday night. JOHN LEMON, 1410 NW 2-bedrooms ,bl each side an \ ; 250 NW 51st Street
1st Ave., died Oct. 23. Arrangements furniture and appli ,
you get : hardwood floors, tile roof
Beautiful CPS ;,3-bedroom,
are incomplete. ances. $000 total down payment
REV. A. J. DAYLEY, pastorof and monthly) payments: are so carport and"appliance" *.. $400 down, $75 per month

Greater Ward Chapel AME low the rent from one side will $12,506vtoUf, price.

Church of Hallandale, died unexpectedly "LBERT a . pay it all. Life Realty, 4932 Sun-NW .
112 NW 7 Ave. PL .
his home
at ,
4th St., Oct. 22. Rev. Dayley Percy A. Hanha, 1427 N.W. days. 285 NW 51st Street
:served for number of year 68 St. died in Jackson Memo- tile roof and
a 3-bedroom oak floors appliance
ors a presiding elder of the rial Hospital October 17. His FHA TERMS. 3-bedrooms, 2 Lovely total
Jacksonville District and was "urvivons are wife, Irene; ,baths, CBS, all large rooms *. $400 down, $68 per month 012,000
more recently appointed to the :laughter. Ruby sister and with a huge front porch, large price.
Greater Ward Chapel where he Brother-in-law, Mildred and kitchen and 2-cargarage., Priceis -
served for two years. herald Finlpy. Chapel services onlv $13,000 with $100 down
Conducted Wednsday 2 p.m. and 1 FHA terms. Life Realty 290 NW 48th StreetLovely

He was also a member of with burial in Evergreen. 4932 NW 7 Ave. PI. 0-4371. bedroom Fla. room hardwood! floor
the Masonic Family and was Samuel E. Rahming, 2900M.W. Open evenings and Sundays.NO ,
actively engaged in numerous 45 St., died at home Oct. and tile roof. $400 down, $77 per month. $12,500

civic organizations. Survivors 17. His widow, Effie Louise and CLOSING COSTS, 2-bed- total price.
include( his widow, Isabell; two 1 sister, Mrs. Rlna Smith survive room CBS, tile roof, hardwood .
istep-sons, James and Lewis i Services will he conducted'aturday floors! garage, fenced yard, '
llarris; two sisters, Loretha at 2 p.m. at The !stove and refrigerator. Price Is 1748 NW 42nd Street

!:'Rahming and Altemease Mrs.Bel "hurrh of God NW 19th St. and $11,000, only $250 down and $68 Owner pay closing cost on this CBS 2-bedroom,
lamy; one adopted at Life Realty,
'Dorothy Braslev; his mother- Ct., Elder Leonard Josie! pastor. 4932 month.NW Key 7 Ave. PL 94371. oak floors, arrive and appliance, $259 down, $57

'ln-law, Mrs. Viola Smith; a Sundays and evenings. month. $8,300 total price.
nephew Moses O'Neal, a niece, Mrs Hattie Gordon. 1741 N.W Open per
Miss Audrey Rahming; and a tat ct., died Oct. 20. Her survivors Fla. ".
include .1 son. Sumpter, BEAUTIFUL CBS, large
41st Street
;grandchild Sandra Harris. Services 1335 NW
air conditioners -
will be held Tuesday Joe and Harrison 3 daughters, room, front
Oct. 29 at the Greater WardChapel Hattie Map and Florence Singleton rugs, drapes, fenced Owner pay closing cost on this lovely Bedroom,

AME Church with and Florrle Lee: a yard, fruit trees, separate garage 'Fla.. room, hardwood floors, and carporte. $300 down,
Bishop Ball officiating. ''dau hter-Jn-Jaw, Carrie Lou: can be converted Into an ;
month. total price. ,
2 sisters and brothers. Funeral apartment and has toilet and $73 per $9,000 .
services will be held at 5 p.m. shower. Price Is $12,800, $300 -- I'J".
. HENRY ROBINSON of 1351 Friday at The Triumph Church. down and $72 month. Life -

NW 40th St., died Oct. 23 In N.W. 18 St. and 1 Ct., Elder Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL News Realty Inc.
Lantana State 'Hospital. He had Williams castor. Final rites In 94371. .
lived In Miami for seven years.
,His survivors Include six sons, Estill, S.C.Enoch We have large selections of (The Broker that work for you)
Joseph David, Herchel, Leo, I and 3 bedroom homesin 4-0355
Kelly.3310 N.W. 50 St., CBS 2 4600 N.W. 7th Ave. PL .
James and, Charlie:,two daughters Manor Park area. From $250
Mrs. ,Anna Butler and] died In Kindall Hopital Oct.O'Kelley 10. down. $57 per month. News (Open Sunday
Mrs. Hazel Hester, a son-in- A daughter, Annie Love Realty. Inc., 4600( NW' 7 Ave., ?
law, fiSobert Hester. Arrange- survive. Arrangements are* PL 4-0055.
ll..t are Incomplete. Incomplete.


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BTW GLEE CLUB Community School F. S. Tucker PTAThe full program of Intramural Rev. J. E. Jenkins, pastor
sports is now In progress at Ruby Lee; Carr, reporter

ON UN PROGRAM"Nation Progresses at BTW regular monthly meetingof students BTW. Tnese the activities opportunity provide to Service was very enjoyableall
the F. S. Tucker Elementary
day Sunday with our
challenge the memlters of their pas-
Building And The Booker T. Washington High School P. T. A, was held on grade level and each section in tor dellverin the morning
UN" is the theme for the 20th School is one of ten schools in Monday, October 21, at 8:00: p.m., these games. This program Is message. His subject was
in the school Cafetorium. The "Christ The Life Giver." There
anniversary observance of Dade provided for all grades 7-12.
World Community Day, spon- County participating In meeting was largely attended All homerooms will be given an will be a Garden Tea at 5832
sored by United Church Women the Community School program an interesting film was opportunity to participate. NW 19th Ace., Sunday, Ost. 27
The name, Community shown. Mrs. Theola Thomas 4 to 0 p.m. in behalf of Ward
School simply means that BTW our school nurse, commentedon Among these activities are No. 8, Deacon James Lewis.
Thursday, Oct. 31 has been can now be used for activities the film and advised all par- volleyball, touch football (for They are extending a
designated for the Greater Miami that are recreational as well as ents on the importance of a regular boys), softball, basketball, and cordial invitation.
area as the day, Bayfront educational during:' the after- physical check-up and all various games. The program is
Auditorium the place and 11:30: noon and evenings, Monday are asked to cooperate fully sponsored by the physical edu- Let us remember our sick.
a.m. the starting time for a through Friday. The Community with the school's health program cation department. Activities Come to church and have your
luncheon and program meet- School continues to make Association are not eligible and faith lifted.
ing. magnificent stride in the increased ...
emphasis and efforts The Ways and Means Com- Who will serve as Miss Home- psh.(

Special features planned by being displayed by parents, fac- mittee made its report which coming this year? This year a
the Christian World Relations ulty members, and students in was readily accepted by the new method will be used in selecting -
chairman of the United Church order to Improve the entire body. The fund raising project Miss Homecoming. Or- Thirty-two young ladies were
Women of Greater Miami, Mrs. program. will get underway Immediately. ganizations will select one added to the Girl Counselorsthis
H. Todd Gorman, promises a The Executive board has young lady In 10-12 as a candi- year. This marks the first
One of the most outstanding date time the Counselors' member-
truly outstanding planned many interesting events to represent that or nnlz.a-
group in the Community for each meeting. All P. T. A. tion. Members of the Athletic ship has been this large. The
The Booker T. WashingtonGlee School is the Lyceum group. workers, along with parentsand Association aren ot elligible and group has decided upon defi-
Club will provide musical This group has made tremendous teachers are urged to attend names submitted must agree to nite activities for the school.
entertainment. One of the three contributions to the total, meeting so that we run. The deadline for selecting
development and Improvementof Oct. 18-20, BTW was represented -
Harvester Station Wagons children the candidates Is October 31.
can give our every
the cultural atmosphere of at the Junior Red Cross
which have been purchasedwith the students body here. The opportunity for a better future.I. Joy was brought to the BTW camp. Students in attendance
trading stamps donatedby group meets once a week at J. Meares, Principal family after the Mighty Torna- reported an enjoyable time and
Florida United Church Woman which time they evaluate, study A. J. Scott Sr., president does defeated the Blue Devils the opportunity to engage, in
for the use of Florida and comment on fine arts. of Stanton High; (Jacksonville) many activities of leadership
Christian: Ministry!: tn migrantpastors music and Interesting current 27-7. Samuel HIggs selected by
j in various=i sections of communit- United Fund-Red Cross
To have visit- 5 the coaches thc pac-
events. date, they I to the from to 9 as outstanding
the state, will be presented and ed the following places of interest p.m. each night. player. Overwhelmed by the kets were distributed to home-
accepted during the day. The : Lowes Art Gallery, Uni- splendid game played, Mrs. rooms Tuesday. Every studentwas
station wagon will actuallybe versity of Miami Symphony, The following activities are Gloria D. Robinson, Mrs. Dorothy asked to make a donation
on the spot for this service. Seaquarium; Carib Theatre, engaged in by the students: Evans, Miss! Jacqueline from his personal fund for the
Junior's Restaurant.A Basketball, rope climbing, ping Tookes and Mrs. Rose Anderson occasion. No student is to ask
Reports will be mad e of stunts and tumbling anyone for assistance with his
pong, donated a crate of apples to the
material aid (Layettes for j field trip to the Mia m i trampoline stunts and square entire football: team. The. Tor-, packet . Now Is the time to
babies and Friendship Packetsfor Daily News plant is scheduled dancing. I nadoes will be in action again get ready for American Educa-
boys and girls) which have 'or Oct. 26.Another Friday, Oct. 25 when they' meet tion Week. A special observance
been sewn and gathered for Plans are also in the makingto will be held at BTW Nov. 10 at
the past month by women's interesting featureof begin a Ladles' Sports Roosevelt High of West Palm 2 p.m. Mrs. Mable D. Glover Is
groups in churches of many the Community School is League. Emphasis will be plac- Beach. Game time is 8 p.m. at the coordinator for Area !{.-
denominations in our area. A the school's gym is now opened ed on seasonal sports such as the Miami Stadium. Bethsheba Dean, reporter.

service of dedication of these volleyball. basketball and softball ....- "- -,;;, ......... ..... .......... .... ........
gifts will be held. -

tray the mother. Margaret There are no limitations as ATTENTION LODGES SOCIAL
Sweeting and Janet Woods ,
to age, type of program, or
the elder sisters. Bernard
North DadeThespians nlay
number of who attend
Cooper will portray the role of In the ,
participate activities
or -
Eddie, captain of the football
to !=l here at the Community
team. Others in the cast arePrince School. All bonafldp clulte or Palace is now available for private parties,

Present Comedy"Time Baton as Williams Tommy and: Bernard Cornell small roups are invited to use dance or get-togethers and! banquet Seating capacity -
I = Williams the school facilities! for any Is We rental fees
!Stewart; and Larry as 1)200 persons are sure our
comedy by Out Ronald For Ginger Alexanderhas a the bank president; Alvin Jonesis worthwhile purpose for your outing is what you have longed for. For

been selected as the Initial principal. Many adult classes are now information call 6916723. Mr. Mil gram.
seasonal production for the "Time Out for Ginger" will In session with very good at- I
North Dade High School Thes- he directed by James Randolphwith tendance. The adult classes 1720 NW 70th Street
pians of Opa-locka it was announced the assistance of Mrs. Al- here are the same as in all

bv Charles D. Wyche, bertha Carroll. Leroy Daniels other schools that teach Adult -,;;, ..... .......... ..... ..... ..........................
principal. The play will be pre- will design the set. Mrs. Betty Education. The program is
sented on Thnursday Nov. 7 at Smiley and Mrs. Evergreen sponsored by Lindsay Hopkins ,
8:15: p.m. in the school audi- Murphy will serve as make-up Division of Vocational I Technical -
torium. artist and wardrobe mistress, and Adult Education. APARTMENTS FOR RENT

The play was successfully respectively We would be most happy to
presented on Broadway and on Reservations may be obtainedby discuss the Community School Unfurnished from $10 up per week
the road. It Is about Virginia, contacting Tee S- Greed Jr. Program with any interested
a teenager, who wants to play at North Dade, NA 1-0536. Admission person and to register you for Furnished from $13.50 week
football. The story starts out for student, advance any of the activities that ure up per
with a fairly staid banker who HO cents. Adults tickets are $1. now available Mr. Esekiel
needs some sort of creative release All tickets are $1.00 on the. Burrows replaces Mr. Robert Persons occupying the same apartment' for one year
and finds it in lecturingto night of the performance. McKay as director of the Com-
local high school classes on munity School. will become owner of the said furniture.
the need for self-fulfillment. It
quickly develops however, that I
NW 17th Avenue
"Ginger' has been very Impressed Olrtf TO All WITH COUPON 6970

tation. She by has her further father's decided exhor- $10 ,IUI'' SR-22 FILLED NEW J See manager in Apt. 29 i

that her own true fulfillment cu' ION, WHILI YOU WAIT $60

can best be realized by going !!! EASY TERMS POUCYIINIWAt
out for the football team.
Any number of complications MOUTH* NICK: '...inVOIM.: >'H!'
Jeopardized because the bank ,\ True r..zulf'r
president doesn't approve; Gin- '" w...... '"n.w.I.AUIIaDAI.I__.." .w..-.AUlIUCII...--.... ....cpeoAMbTtvatn .,....., :XI Years of IHUliop ,'IH'rl.It..e-
ger's elder sister Insists that ...nwsu ...n....N ......"w Hunter (IH ucll Known an
social life has been hampered '
especially the one whose boy-
friend is captain of the foot- --- If you are nick, worried or In gc s
ball team: Ginger finds that troubled this IN the place to come
playing football and being a Don't stay' In the rut, push bock'' s
girl are not always compatible. Lincoln Fields Apartments the veil of bud luck that norm
I It is hilarious entertainment to hold you In your track, and '
but it is also human, warm and
iidvanrc forward by the help of ax
touching. 2045 N.W. 62nd Street Rod under the leadership of 141 ,'

James Randolph, the direc- Prof. hunter who tins M years rx K.
tor of the play, says that "the of experience In spiritual and .,;
cast includes some of North Enjoy Living in Our Cool, Clean Apartments occult science. Make your home
Dade's talented Thespians." happy' lie will show you how
Eadron Andrews, who appeared .- Offering Many Features to bypass your enemies and get the things that life demand
in "The Miracle Worker"last FREE GAS for you Come one, come nil. Healing meeting every Wednes-
'year plays "Ginger." Ronald day at the Spiritual Temple of Zion, Inc. 5417 8.W. 17th 8t-
IVe.t llnI1 '",'nnrl. Fln 7-2O:
a Harvey and Gladys p.m.
THe Bathroom 'Refrigerator Gas Stove
who have participated in plays
i presented at the University of Newly painted Venetian Blinds
Miami Drama Festival the
state Speech and Drama Festival Washing Machine Laundry Room

In Tallahassee and at the Free Parking Auto hot water heater
annual conference of National -
Association of Dramaticsand Free Garbage Disposal Filtered water
Speech Arts which held Its
26th annual meeting at' FAMU CARETAKERS, ON 'PREMISES
recently, are cast as the father
and maid respectively. Gladys .
will be remembered for her -- -
excellent portrayal of the mother -
in "0 Raisin In The Sun. Weekly I Rates .
Both,,appeared Jn last season's
"The; ''Miracle Worker." $14.50 ,1 bedroom $18.50 2 bedroom Apt. 5417 S.W. 17th Street W. Hollywood, Florida

1 mile east State Koad 114 :3 miles west of Hallandale
II'Other members of the cast on
Renting Office open day Phone OX 1.8862 ;North side of the
include Hazel Kirkland and every road. Office hours 1 p.m. to 8 p.... Bandar
1 to 3 n.m. ','''''n''PoJ l>v State And County. Rending dally.
Carolyn Adams who will por-, f


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Build ae This column la prepared I
Scouting Here _
weekly at the VA Office, 084 W.

Scouting moves forward for project Is tne Together Dinner" Flngler St., Miami I, for Informa-
our boys as District 10 cooperates which will be held Oct. 25 at 8 CORNER tion of Veterans In this area.
with the South Council In In the Islandla : ra.i ... ...
City Hall ) -- -------- --. -.. ..--- --..---
its "Together We Organize" pro 4150 IW 7th Ave. with 'Luther V T T T a T-4o&o&ATM T. 4ot1.o&04.o& -.wwL>&"& & I""' >1Lo44o& &"" '

ject. This plan presents scout- L. Brooks;, president of the A YANK IN DIXIE her of his race to achieve sta-
ing jointly to a number of institutions Bonded Collection Agency as s tion executive status. "Butter-
not now participating host. One hundred participantsare Tennessee State Fair goers ball" is an ex-Marine.
in its program of character expected. saw In person how Chaplain
development for boys. District \ Flynn Humphreys of the VA
10 includes Negro scouting "Less than ten per cent of the kC' Hospital In Nashville learnedto QUIZ CORNERQ.
units operating in South Brow- boys available for the scouting I get a pension. I'm mov-
glad hand: so well. At the
Dade and Monroe In ing next week. Where do I
ard coun- program District 10 In Dade
ties. County are In any way con- 1' T'I F Junior dairy show former farm send by change of address?
nect with the 23 units present I boy back preys successfully A. Send n notice of the changeto
Some 25 volunteer worker ly operating, according to Will turned the challanges of the VA Regional Office having -
were recruited to serve as organizers Fuller, district Scout executive. three fellow Kiwanlans In a Jurisdiction over your claim
for this special pro 'Attorney James Matthews is :;T t cow milking contest. Of course file. Also ALSO notify the
ject.; These men gave time for special chairman for this pro- he had to have a little "pull"to I postofflce of the change. Thank
Instruction and made personal ject In our district.Halloween get the Job done. you.
contact with the heads of some; 1'U. Willie 1. 1'aikrr, the mm

30 institutions including of ;%Ir. sad :Mrs.' K. If. Parker is' AUTOMATIC:\ INCUKARR
churches scvhools and American Story home Williams And Wilder
on leave after completing
Legion. Posts which expressed Certain widows who are receivIng -
an interest in 12 weeks; of h.isle" training nt
sponsorIng dependency and indemnity Speakers at Allen
organized:: scouting; for boys. Hour at Dixie Library P.nrl-4 Island H (\ Dual six benefits for the death
A highlight feature of this weeks,. of Infantry training nt of their husbands from service- Chapel
Witches, ghosts and gobllng Tamp(( ejiMine, N. (\ He Is now connected will
causes get an Woman's Day will be observed
will frolic In tales told during:: ,stationed 'in the 2nd Division<< Increase in their checks -
soon. Allen
at AME
storyhour; at the Dixie Park nth; :Marines! ramp) Lejeune. lie
Hurricane and President Kennedy has recently
: Church located at 5th Ave.
Branch of the Miami Public Library Is a '0:1: graduate, of Northwestcm ,
High School.Rattlers signed the law raising the Cor. 22nd Terr., Rev. W. A.
on Halloween October basic rate from $112 to $120 Curry, pastor.Sunday .
Gators Frosh
31. at 4:00: p.m. The Increase will be automatic School at ftSO);: a.m.
Mrs. Ruth G. Hart, Children'RWork Wreck ladles you will not have to with guest superintendent pre.
Assistant of the branch
Clash apply for It. And for widows Rldln( .
will serve as storyteller for the Morris Brown 66.0 who are getting death pensions, ; Mr*. Nadine William will bo
magic hour. Mrs. Hart a talented -
Miami Hurricane fans who performer, will tell three this raise does not apply to you. the 11 n.m. speaker. Eltenezer

may think the gods have for- lively tales: The Witch The TALLAHAFSEE Grindingout VETS ON TlIK GO Methodist! choir will sing
saken their Hurricanes may get Black Cats and thee Tinker's 25 first down while piling; Mrs. Irene P. Wilder will bo
their spirits lifted Friday night wife and Pumpkin Moonshine. up 290 yard rushing and 100 Jerry Potter Army veteran the evening sneaker Mt. 011-
in the Orange Bowl when the Boys and girls may wear passing the Florida A and M with service In Korea he vette Baptist Choir No. 2 will
UM freshmen tangle with i their Halloween costumes! if Rattlers overwhelmed Morris will defend his Dade County sing
Florida's Baby Gators In the they wish. This will help createa Brown of Atlanta 00-0 before Amateur Golf Championshipthis ]\frR. Dover Stokes and Mrs.
annual Klwanls Freshman festive atmosphere for the 11,000 chcerlnnr homecoming month. Daisy Clagctt serve as chair-
fans In Bragg Stadium.It man and co-chairman.
special features of the hour. :
FootUall Classic charity game. I The is geared to Milton Smith leading Negro Friends are Invited to wor-
program was the Rattlers (filth) con- disc Jockey In his new posI- ship with us at Allen Chapel,
Both teams are unbeaten and boys and girls from 7 to 10 yearsof secutive conference win. atVMD1t
however and tion as assistant to litho church with a welcome
untied. Neither has age; younger
close to losing a battle even come this older children are Invited to FAMU the nation's leading the president he Is first mem- I and a program. for the people."

fall as they have both aver- Join the group. college scorer: last season boosted -
aged three touchdowns Miss Helen M Dorsett Its average this year to -11.5/
contest. Miami has downed per Branch Librarian urges par- per game as they scored at will (''AllYKll IllMNCIf YMCA day Registration may be made
ents to let their youngsters attend against the defenseless Wolver- by vl Carver Branchat
Mexico Poly Tech 2W3( and
The G, W. Carver Branch \V.15
FSU 22-13 after leading the the weekly storyhour each ines. 5770 N. Avenue, or tele-
Thursday from 4:00: to 5:00: p.m. YMCA has completed all plans phone OX 00231.The ) ,
Junior Seminoles 14-0 going Into The program is free and open to World champion track star for Its Family Bean Supper to i
the fourth quarter. the public Bobby Ilayos gave the large he held at the Branch Saturday
The library Is located at 350 crowd a dazzling exhibition I of October 20, 1003 at 7:30: p.m. regular\ monthly meetingof
N. W. 13 Street. For imforma- his speed by sprinting, 02 yards the Board of Menagement of
Bill Doggett At tion about this program: and down the sidelines In the second The Family Bean Supper is I the G.W. Carver Branch Y.M.C.
FAMU the library please call FR ( quarter for n touchdown. doslngncd 1 to bring all campersof I A. will bo held on Thursday
7- 029. Earlier the Jacksonville hack day residence, and weekend October 21 I, 100.3 8:00: O'clock p.m.
sped} behind the Wolverine defense cnmps together in n family like Carver Branch Board Room
TALLAHASSEE-The Florida and caught a pass from atmosphere. It also afford
I A and M University Alumni association Kappa NotesWe Jim Tullls for six points. friend and membership of the We have several matters of
will benefit association attend. discus and
sponsor a to major importance to
dance Bill and were happy to see many Hayes J picked up his third the 1 J.q being and
featuring Doggett touchdown of the day when he Although activity we have a rather full heavy
the brothers returning to
his Hammond Organ Group In conducted Saturday interested
skirted I around entl'from the agenda.I
Kappa Kingdom. The meeting
Tallahassee Saturday evening friends or parents may have
November 16. held at the home of nro. Cul- three. the opportunity of attending if I do hope that each of you will
mer was well attended. After a Miami's Hobby }Felts scored names arc submitted to the make every effort to bo presentand -
The famed Bill Doget, lIam i short; but Interesting business! twice on two long runs.! The Carver Branch by noon Satur- on time.
'mond organ stylist will appear session! Kappa songs were sungA sophomore halfback opened up
with St. Clair delicious repast was served -- -- :.I
vocalists Betty the second half with n 50-yard
and Garner at the Leon County by Mrs. Culmer. touchdown Fair Ground following the The next meeting{ will he an final quarter Intercepted a Mor- TRADES
FAMU versus Southern University "Evening of Fun" at the homoof ris Brown pass and raced 87 BUILDING
game. I Dro. Ammons ]151/ no SW yards. GENERAL CONTRACTORS
I 107th Ave. Richmond Heights Now Homes on Your Lot
Officers of the FAMU Gen- Oct. 20. All friends of Kappa The Wolverines never were NOTHING DOWN
eral Alumni Association sponsoring are invited. able: to sustain a drive and their
; the affair arc: Atty. Donald Hollls keeper of deepest I thrust Into A and M 1-Bedroom Homo $4,900
Charles F. Wilson, Pensacola, -ecords. territory was to the 35. 2-Beclroom Home $6,500

president; G. W. Conoly Tallahassee - *.*...#**....-*-..*..*.. ._ ___ _____ __. _MO_ .___ _ 3-BedVoom' Home $8,500
. extcutive secretary: ; Willis Bedroom Duplex $7,990
I Murray Miami first vice i WARNER HINES Join The NAACP! Ilet' materials' good prier In :Mlnml over 20 yearn
president Herman W. Landers
Your plans or our largo Mock of pinna.
Tallahassee;! second vice presi-
dent: Mrs. Sue I(. Russell Painting Contractor Phone 226-947S N9

FAMU, recording secretary; -- -- -
Mrs. T. I.. Lang, Tallahassee,

treasurer; Dr. Carrlmlo G. /'nlnlr+.. Of fire, Trpiilmi-nl. of
:Marquess, FAMU recording
.:secretary; Rev. M. G. Miles;, RUPTURE rT ., PILES.
FAMU, chaplain; E. E. Carr N

PAMU pergeant-at! arms; H.E. llerlnl' IM<*e".-.".. V,, VHri' I',.,.. ,
Tooke3, FAMU, publicity director ,
MtjiteNo lot time-nixrnnl TriiMlrno
; and Atty. Alphonso rorreellon of I llnphirp Ttedticttiic
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''S THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA. Elks Headquarters THANK YOU Censor's University

Opening: Tea Nov. 3 Forget thine own small New

You are cordially invited to troubles and help to bear thy
attend the official opening of brother's sorrow, that his bur-
The student body of CJeasdr's
the Elks 1004 Grand Lodge den may become a lighter loadto
: Convention Committee Headquarters carry . University are happy to wet'

FiES'ti;' 1025 NW 2nd Ave, The family of the late Dan- come back the first teacher of
Sunday, Nov. 3 at 4 p.m. iel E. Johnson expresses Its sin- the university, Mrs. Ada Williams -
The committee urges all { .
cere appreciation to the count-
Elks and Daughters to attendin less friends
who their
ARCHIE full regalia as photos will and varied expressions by of many Although our week has been
be made for national and local sym- Interesting and reward-
made very
pathy the above words extremely -
'p FINDER publication. meaningful. Our pro- Ing, we find that during this
A short and interesting
pro- found gratitude to those who
period moments of regret were
gram wil be rendered and refreshments shared
served. our grief during those shared by us when we learned
Also' the addition of new dark hours. May God bless all
CIA'DE KILLENS' Knight recent The is I
committee being ably
that school's Mrs.
of you'morning!
Beat annual. Masquerade- Ball, voting sites and the coming assisted by all daughter rulers
''r the night his Hurricane BoVsthat's election issue and all exalted rulers. You can- Willie Mae Ceasor, was injuredIn
t(C; ( the special name Clyde not afford to miss this. a car accident last Wedn'eday
'?r gave this group) will really ;I LIKE ,THIS about convcitln Big kick-off Sunday Nov. 3. service and the Sweet- night. We are pleased to
show their stuff This gala Hol-! the present Junior college Charles Higgs, secretary and field Baptist male chorus dur- know that she is recuperating
'. lowe'en party Ladles' Ntte and replace it with another. W O. Perry, chairman. N2Men's ing the night service. repidly at Christian Hospital.
}t.w111, feature Bobby Marshall, We, need a four year collegefor friends be remin4.:
The to
chairman Deacon James OUr are
Chlckie Horne, Princess Ca t- Miami now as said . .
lotta and many others; It's Oct. Tallahassee special! Homecoming Day,at Mt. Bowman and Brother Dandy ed that a Halloween party ]s y
1"31., at FAMU Nov. 16 is planned Olive Robinson extend an Invitation planned for Oct. 31, by aril stu-.
Local to all to worship With us dent body. Come bUt ett-r
,,in a, big way. chap-
) ter'' of the alumni has, chartered Sunday the men ,will observe Brother Curtis Taylor-Church Joy it with Us. '
THE PALACE opens tonlte, a bus for the big game and their ninth annual Men's Day. Clerk a Rev. A,) C. Mozell and Mrs Rose L. Carter, ,/'
Friday, with Rufus Beachamand Rev. E. Felder Associate Ministers
folk on the Hill have engagedBill Theme: "God needs 13rave !Men" Reporter
Oueenle the CheCkmatesl Doggett at the Hammond The morning speaker will Ue .
and Miami's No. organ and group for after Lester C. Albert of The Houseof II .
"Untouchable" Harris. It's an game activities . Charles Albert Funeral Home.
unlimited engagement for your North of North's Travel Bureau The night speaker will b.* "", : '
weekly entertainment with is available for all chartered Nelson Adams, principal of , >j; -: ';,
special shows throughout the buses vacation or holiday Dunttar Elementary School. 6' ; r
week.lIIAII'S. I merges. A call will have immediate The First Baptist Male Chorus
ROULETTE Recording service at all times. will render music during the :i
Stars Sam and Dave .
will be doing their third weekat
Dizzy Jones' popular second I / 44'
avenue Blrdland, along with Y 1A/www YY

WMBM's Butterball, M. C. JET TV CLINIC *

7' ':" "' P. Whentley

r 2 Art and Social
.", t ',." '.; Club Is mailing HOME SERVICE CALLS $1.00
r Invites to ; ?
its annual tea Day or NightWe ,.. a
( Sunday Nov. 17 c
at the Youth Service All Makes of

Center. NHS N HI-FI'g and STEREOS

horal group '. .... ,"t. F **.
r will be featured We Also'Rent
. The 20th
Miami Kiwanis TV by. ,.the.week r.\MqfJ.t; *t
football \
game 'w .41 ff$ Aiii; "A r

: .;a onite Ime good show features half- I 907 N.W.. 2nd 1 AVENUEPhone '

freshman ) along with its ,." ,.......,.,.;.. ... .
( football classic. I ', FR 4.2044MURLINE .

RAY CHARLES' concert Sat.,
nite at Dinner Key auditorium
Is the talk o'the, town. Just, -L.:
about every babe I know is .
prettying her wig talking, dad i GAT $ CLEAVE & WALLACE'S
anew '
frock. We maybe BIG BAMBOti CL'Um

when .It's over,

goodtlme but oh; what Is in ar g in Nassau"PLUS IN{ CREATIONS s MASTER OF ,STYLES

store. Yes slree .


Jazz China show. me1' \ ..., Thursday night, Oct. 31, 9:30: p.m. until One And Only . .

something l i ;Admission! $1.25 Tables Free MOP CITY SHOP .

can truly en-RAY CHARLES,, :'q.. FpfMxwrvntlons"( call 022-9302 .,,t'', BARBER
Joy. China has a cool smooth \PEMBR9K 'ROAD, 1IALLANDALEr : JAMES: (JET I)' LEONARD:: Operator

B" as of. presenting they were each, 'artist, :p- ,\i 'f ' '" .tfll l When for work see; '"
the spot. Live :introductions there on . ,'\ .., '' '\ I ( out good the boys at

with artists.a little history on. most'f .fft y": ", 'Q. Itf GINNiNC. .? ;.',NOVEMBE ; 'f.! f 714 N.W. 2nd Avenue L JFR 39404t

,,i. MulicGEORGE '\\I{. (' tt"'f' "tl .. i It .* A
i.t.f nightly'::: jt; ..,: Hn4H .t. tI ,' J
Eunice Johnson, is showing . ",, ,
c "t"
her one month-old son, 'Devin F ul4 -
.Paul . Eugene Kemp was :Tuesday; night: Talent) Nite
among the many out of town-

Allen's erR attending Key West Florence funeral.Carey it \. Thursday r'rtight'Ladies' Nite OPEN SUNDAYS

was one of the largest. Autos Conrad Farmer
were In procession from their manager
home to the graveyard which
were over 300 . "Chef" Bel
; cher's Famous Restaurant has -
a new home, 812 NW 2nd Ave. WIG SALE!
The new location offers )larger ,
Ford Real Estate !
and better eating facilities Specials .
4 Drop In and say hi to Chef. SUNDAY SPECIAL

_ _ _ We will help you with the down payments!

See us ,today over 200 to choose from
Sweets-LaMarr productions 1-1855 NW 43rd Street. $100 down $18 week
comes word of the opening of
Mop City Barber Shop at 714 2-1715 NW 77th Street. $150 down $22 week r S.

NW lace 2nd are props Ave. Cleave of this and modern Wal- Large home. Newly painted in and out. Head Block,'

air conditioned site. James 3-1530 NW 51st Terr. CBS home wit1i'i income "
"Jet" I
Leonard is also a bar- \ and stand with
liar of $77 month
Mop City . Lorraine
(Rena) Salllus has much to '
talk about after her two week 4-715 NW 42nd Street. Nice, big, clean home.. Ask each purchase
vacation in Albany N.Y, as for Miss Lee. 'v
houseguest of Mrs. C. L. Ray. '
She returned Sat. p.mI 5-2754 NW 55th Street. bedroom! CBS. $300 S

I .,..l.I V. down. $22 week. h, CHANGE 'NOW"' *
are open Saturday and Sunday
Meeting in Richmond Heights I

County Wednesday:Commissioner. evening Hughlan which Ford 54thStarlet Center: .. k
ngAvas the speaker. Chief Realty Inc. Wig: ,
purpose 'was to do something I'

about water."the bills outrageous in"the Heights.Increasein 569 NfiW.'gJth'StWM? ,''*:Ph. .758.8761r 1079 NW 54th. Street 751-1318 "* :

Some bills were as high. as ,$20 j ".' ...... "JIII>- . I ?* i i .#1.*1 ',">.' -1w **>\ ;.
back bill oversight.
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