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Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: November 2, 1963
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RACIAL LOVE CASE TO U. S. SUPREME OURrp i



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4lst YEAR, No. 10 MIAMI,-FLORIDA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1963 _SPACES 10 CENTS
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I Couple Charged With Living Together Here. < I

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I NAACP FILESHISTORIC Our Jurisdlctlonal statement, ':nltion of "Negro" and "white"
filed October 28 Inserts that persons an essential element '
use of these laws provoke of the crime is so vague and; .'
SUITJack three questions"? Is the Fourteenth .Indefinite of criminality for the
4 Amendment violated court or the Jury? -*I'( '
Greenberg, director-
where .
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counsel of the NAACP Legal The NAACP Legal Defense
Defense and Educational Fund, ((1)) The State has. created a Fund brief further argues that ... ,
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today released the following crime expressly defined In "stripped of emotional over- .;
statement\ : terms of race which punishes tones, the case is simple indeed -
Negroes and whites who engage .
The NAACP Legal Defense
In certain conduct together
"Who would doubt that the
Fund has? taken the case of but does not forbid
equal protection clause would!
Dewey McLaughlin, Negro and
such conduct engaged' In by invalidate a schema of Inwsi
Connie Hoffman, white, charged Negroes only or whites only? providing that It was a crime
with In Miami
together -
living{
for automol/iles occupied by
peach i la. to the U. S. ((2)) Common law marriage Is and whites to exceed*
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Negroes
Supreme Court. defense for n couple charged
; I Ir 25 mph but providing no speedtlimit '
under Florida Jaw but was unavailable .
} The Legal I Defense li'und..1 to appellants because for any other automobiles.)

: aY rt:, ; which was asked to take the I Florida ,prohibits marrbse bo) '* Such a legal scheme and'',
case: while the appellants were tween Negroes and whites? 'innumerable hypothetical parallels -'
still In jail, seeks to strike would bo
probably
down three Florida statutes. ((3)) Florida's purported defl- dls-
laughed out of court witn ;
j .. - patch. But our hypothesized.) '.
speeding law shares the same ''t
9hq r N Infirmity-it punishes and ac'j''j

Railworker Dies When tivity interracial only}, If and because it In ;


It must also bo stressed that'we '

Crane Falls On HimA do not challenge "the'

state's Immorality power to Hut regulate thin sexual law-

does not require any proof of
41-year-old railroad yard :sexual or other' misconduct; it

worker was killed Friday whenan merely rcgulutes who occupiesa
room.
equipment-moving crane
snapped and collapsed on him There is ome reason to
doubt whether aside from the . ,
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in the Seaboard Line Railroad
Air -
law
MR'' 4 racial: ,dimensions of the ;
yards.J ; Florida can Justify punishing -.
In "
R. Collins of 2481 NW this conduct.

153rd St., was killed instantly, .Z. f

police said.< The accident hap-

pened in the railroad yard x

I at NW 37th Ave and 84th St. ,L
MIHK I..UIUNU, ATTENDANTS junior mathematics major/ from i A

) Miss" IlnrlNira William{ New Smyrna teach, mid 1I41N! Crane operator II. II. Mason .
Sandra 1\(. HUH" ,nophomoro
a told Metro Homicide Investigator
(seated), n senior music! majorftt -
music major from Pcnsacola.
Walter McCann he was
>m Jacksonville, was recently .
The popular coeds weivs elect-
loading wheels on a flatcar
,' cled MIMN FAMU: for 19f-; IN! prior to Homecoming festlvitleN with Collins' help when he saw IUL i1irr.j W
0): Her iittenduht.H nre MltMJjftllnn at Florida A and M University the giant began to buckle.
j, '}'Patricia., ;James, left, a ,last week.Police I" "
'1 I r 'J -..- "I yelled," Mason said, "butit 'of'
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t ;; I was too late . the whole tit

thing Just fell,',! .-, *s' 'k"
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,z Burglary I t. Ring_;r Arrest 12 : Whites Shoot Up And I J)


Police i a steal-to- Charged with burglary were
order ring Friday, suspected of William Sealey, 23, of 209 NW
committing nearly 50 l/urgla- 8th St., TJiadd Maggill, 22, 1445 Bomb St. AugustineTwo
rbs with the arrest of a dozen NW 1st Ave.; Willie ,1. Williams Naturopatha Elect
men. 17, of 315 NW 13th St..

Joseph 1Cole, 31, white, of Edward Fryerson, 18 of 770 car-loads of whites]punflre and hurling a live
911 NE 82nd St., one-time real NW -10th St., his brother, William cruised through the Negro grenade at a Negro night, club, Dr. Carl YaegerDr.
estate man and contractor, was I of"the{same lucld-reRs; Mal- I i police reported Tuesday
accused as the mastermind, accOrding lie Capers, 27; of 501 NW 4th section; of St. Augustine Mon- .. Carl E. Yoerer Jr., was .. ,
to Metro Police Capt. I Ave. and William Junior Lewis day night, strafing private James! Murray, a Negro, was unanimously elected vice president -
Sandstrom. 20 of 209 NW 8th St. homes and business places with the only person injured, said of the South Florida Association '. .IM.;
Jack Sheriff L. O. Davis, Murray o f Naturopathie- 'II""
Metro Lt Richard Heywood: was hit on the finger by a Physicians at the McAllister
said the ring specialized ,In radios i shotgun pellet find his house Hotel, October-, This is the-
television sets, office I URBAN RENEWAL PERILEDQuestioning was hit by several rifle bullets first ) time a Negro has been
equipment, cigarcts and whis- and shotgun blasts. elected to a office in an t
medical
integrated in
key. a plan that would E.< Bruce Wedge, regional Besides another home, the Florida group a

Included in the loot turnedup give the Metro Commission director of Urban Renewal for following places were peppered ''1
In the mass arrest were by shotgun and rifle fire: The Dr. Yaeger was awarded hlA
urban renewal the fed- the Housing and Home
powers, Harlem:: Gardens and the Pine
items stolen from Jackson Me- doctorate of chiropractic. decree I IMIAMI
morial Hospital and the Dade eral government has balked at Finance Agency Atlanta, reportedly Inn, !L/oth/ night clubs, and the at the Los Angeles) College -
County Courthouse more than granting funds for the Dade made the commentsIn Georgia-Florida Grocery Mar- of Chiropractic Physicians ,
a year ago, investigators said program. a letter sent to County Attorney ket. Other places were slightly In 1050. He also received his I+
Darrey Davis. damaged.The degree in doctorate of Naturopathic -
e The office equipment was The government does not medicine at Central i
yalued at more than $7,000 and like the idea of having Dade's Under the commission's pro- attack started 10:30: State in 1955. He U licensed In
total may run posal division of urban renewal p.m Monday, police said, but the State of Florida to
much higher Urban Renewal Agency be powers, it would keep auth- wasn't reported until Tuesday. tice both Chiropractic and prac-
subordinated to an "advisory" ority in all contractual matters "We don't know why: they (the Naturopathic medicine
Cole has a ,record for committing capacity for Metro commiss land purchases making of ) waited so long," said
fraud, including peddling ioners. Jt plans for relocation of affected I Chef Deputy Sheriff MattI lie I U a member of the Florida -
Everglades water&s.,"high citizens and borrowing and I I Powers. Naturopathlc} Physicians x
,and- dry" building lot,. The federal government also expenditure of funds. Association anda member .'of ;t
Implied that funds might not I I The Harlem Gardens was the the Florida A.-
:: rrested 3. for 'receiving\ and ;tibe, forthcoming unless*. the Wedge asked commission target of the grenade The sociation. Chiropractic
possession of stolen goods were commission """pOstponed action to drop the proposed resolution I m I device was apparently thrown
Joseph Fiorito, 38, Waddle on a resolution distributing urban until the federal government from a slow moving vehicle. It Dr. Yaeger is chief of department 1
Alexander.? 52,- and a father renewal powers" until a and the county officials can hit a tree, rolled Into a ditch, of obstetrics and radiology .,..' .
and son, Noel Harris Sr. and meeting with,.Dade. Officials IS I get together on distribution of I I but failed explode.. An army at the Yaeger Clinic '""' a,
Jr., 41 :and 19. held. k authority. demolition squad disarmed it. 1177 NW 62nd St.





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FACE 2 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1963 3 I Key West Ante ka's&dlini@t'lhi fitofi@ir

st City Clara D6'V6&ii

llr MiANt-fas tc. I1ALMRtt formerly ofHANKY'S

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'> 4 6' - BEAUTY SHOP
oQ CLUBS tKLtinltTANNIVEHSAUIES Officers for the Regular })!1- 1\
lows.Robert Butler president; atBeautyrama
Cyril Fisher, vice; Harry Evans,
The Regular Fellows Club recording secretary; Walter

and the Ladles Auxiliaries cele- Curry Sr., assistant recording
Urated their anniversaries It secretary; Valgepe Hayes, financial 6821 N.W. 15th
AVE.
IV was the 17th anniversary for secretary; Bernard Rob-

MR.. MILTON 'I the Regular Fellows and the erts, assistant; Ancle Roberts,
II U ,Jl S 1of Ruby Shins.ZKLMA Phone OX 1.9721PLEASE
Public Relations Is representing first for the auxiliary. The treasurer; Audley Cash, assis-

: Talladega College In : PETERS, North I celebration was staged Satur- tant; Floyd Hannibal, business ....... "-
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AUMnl I, Florida high schools Dade High School Counselor, 1 Is day, Oct. 26 at the Community manager; Walter Curry Jr., reporter "'

anti group meetings October 31,, away from her post for a few Swimming Pool Center. Earnest
:November: 3. One feature of his days She Is at the bedside o f The for this affair Shadrick Hannibal
:Miami visit will be a mother, Mrs. Mary Thomas Rev.speaker Glenwood Cronin, Williams and Leroy Summers,
was
of Talladejja! alumni and Interesting gwho Is confined to the hospitalin of Trinity United Pres- members.
Alabama.The pastor Drive cnrefully-you may]
high school students,
byterian Church. Mrs. M. Wild-
the
to
greetings
( Dr. Birthday hurt one of clients
sponsored
: by Henry my
goose and Willie Ward sang a following in the month of No-
McDowell Miami and STATE CONFERENCEof
pastor
beautiful duet. Mrs. Winifred
vember Mrs. Geneva Walton. CARL W. ItlNAtDt
'Talladega alumnus who served Teachers of Home Economics :
Johnson, and Roosevelt Sands
Mini Grac
'many in Angola, Africa Education met at the Mrs Ruth Lonette, .
years gave remarks in behalf of the Miss Anna Jackson. (Business 'Men's AssilrdntiejCoropa
Hampton House Motel and Vil- Sawyer
club's anniversary. After the anaArthur
Ruth Rose Singleton
las last weekend. More than Miss %
TUB VICAH and program both club members finder Jr.
Kplsropal 150 home EC teachers from :
their theme : "Let Dad NiL Cth Avenue,
Churchwomen of the Church of cities throughout the state sang song
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the Incarnation will be hosts to were represented at this meet. Me Call You Sweetheart. Miss Lucv Roberts of Miami Miami Shores MU 8-2483J
friends at their first annual ing. Mrs. Frances R. Thomas, A banquet supper Beach was In tfce city last week
State's Coffee on Sunday. Preceding specialist In home economics Hats: and favors were given to visiting her sister-in-law, Mrs.
the coffee, Mrs. M. Ath- education from the State Department all the guests and everyone en- Sarah Roberta who Is a patientat
alie Range will be Mass speaker was general chairman Joyed this gala affair. Monroe General Hospital
at their 11 a.m. ; DEATH
Out of town guests from The funeral of Arthur Manuel -

Mrs.VVIAN IWAMAN, national Coca-Cola, Sip And Miami attending this affair son of Mr and Mrs. Gleen-
president of Links, Cin- were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur (Key wood Manuel, who died In MIami -
cinnati, Ohio, Dr. Helen Edmonds Style ShowThe West) Sands; Mr. and Mrs. William last week will be held on
chairman of national' Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. Sunday from Bethel AME
programs, North Carolina Col-, Daughters of Greater Eugene Smith. Church, Rev. K. D. Whit Sr., A
lege at Durham; and Mrs. Linda Miami Temple are having their The following officers were pastor, will officiate. The Allen N
Reddick, southern area chair- Coca-Cola Sip and Style Show elected for the year: For the Funeral Home is in charge.To .' .
man, spent the weekend here Sunday Nov. 10 at the King auxiliary: Mesdames Iris Williams the bereaved family is'extended -
planning with the Links local 0' Hearts Club. president; Algredina Butler our deepest sympathy.Mrs. OSERVICEWilliam
chapter, for entertainment of Dt. Estelle Ricketts is the vice; Ernestine Curry, recording
the National Links Assembly general chairman. Dts. Lucas secretary; Ella Evans, I Jennie Moss of this city Pinder, Sr.
which will be held in Nassau in and Cora Lee Daniels are cochairmen financial secretary; ; Victoria spent a week in Miami visitingher
June. Before leaving the city, All Daughters are Roberts, treasurer; Elizabeth brother and sister-in-law, Professional Piano Tuner
these charming ladies who asked for their full cooperationIn Cash, business manager; Rosa- Mr. and Mrs. Warren W. Welters And'' Repairer
were houseguests of Link President helping this to be one of the lie Fisher, assistant; Geneva ,
Lucrusta Colston, were best affairs of the year. We are Walton chaplain; Susie Hanni- 1935 N.W. 153rd St.
entertained at a social meetingat i asking all of our friends to bal, reporter; Louise Summers, Shadrick Hannibal of 724 Opa-locka
the home of Link Gwen join us on that date. chairman sick committee; Jean Thomas St. Is sick at Monroe Phone MU 8.3770
Welters. Hayes and Violet Curry, assis- General Hospital Friends' wish

Senior Citizens tants. him a speedy recovery. t,

Mrs. EMMA BUMMERSETT, Harvest PartyIf ===;. ___ __ __, ._ .. __ = ----.- --- __ _' .___ _
manager of Beautyrama, Is
hack to work after having been ,
you are a Senior Citizen, I For The Moderate Rates Call
ill for a few days.APPROXIMATELY. man or woman, you're Invited I Finest Apartments at -

to come to the Senior Citizens I

: 100 vol- Harvest Party, being held on
unteer workers are preparingfor I Thursday, Nov. 7 at the Northwest .mot
a crash recruiting program YWCA Center 5100 NW
that is aiming for 30 new Boy 21st Ave. Come at 11 a.m. and BONDED
Scout units to serve Dade stay until 2 p.m. There will be
County's Negro youth. The bingo and prizes! Lunch will 4
volunteers met at a dinner be served also. Your ticket of '
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meeting; last Friday and were admission is just being a Sen- RENTAL
briefed on needs and goals of ior Citizen. Come and bring
the organization- by Ralph Mozo other Seniors with you.
South Florida Council Executive

i Talladega Alumnito
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LOCAL MEDICS and their EntertainThe AGENCY INC.
wives! attended the Southeastern ,
District of Florida Medical Mlaml-Talladega Alumni
Dental and Pharmaceutical Club is having a social affair
Association meeting which was for seniors who are planningto
held In West Palm Beach last attend Talladega College r a{ The largest collection and rental
week. The association's meetingand next fall. Milton Hurst, public
dinner were held at the relations director of Talladegawill I
fabulous! Town House In that be present to talk with the 4 agency in the South; operating in
city. While the medics attendedto prospective students. Any sen- ; .r !
business their wives were iors In school In Dade County Dade and Broward I
entertained by: the West Palm who are Interestede attend Counties'I
Beach Medical Auxiliary ing Tallagega College are wel- I
come to attend this social to be L. L. Brooks Negro Housing areas. I
Mr. and Mrs. LEROY BAT- held at the home of Dr. and
LEY Invited friends to a chris- Mrs. H. Curtis McDowell, 6000 PresidentMANAGING I
tening cook-out In honor of NW 8th Ave. at 7:30: p.m. Sat-
their newest addition, Keith at urday, Nov. 2 AND
their 44th St. home last Sat- MAINTAINING MORE THAN !

urday night. 10,000 HOUSING UNITS
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The DADE COUNTY REAL Dugie's Guest HouseThe I

ESTATE BOARD met at the Bonded also has employment service at main office '
Rudolph Pulloms Sunday. Elec- house of unusual rooms
tion of officers was the main 4150 N.W.
7th :
item' on the agenda at t his 1 Open 24 hour NE 4-3851 Ayenue
meeting. J. R. Taylor was elct- ,
ed president of this organization. Seeing is BelievingSee . --o .'>*. "
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us for clean rooms 11 CONVENIENT ROGATIONS TO SERVE
The ANTHONY GARDINER8 YOU .. ,
are the proud parents of an 8- Jamaica Dugie, always a 1163 N.W.3nJ AVE. ...???... FR 3-&I10 17325 HOMESTEAD AVE. ( r<:M1.' ;

Ib. son, Anthony, II, who made 1675 N.W. 62nd ST. ............ OX
his entrance on Monday. friend tt-2467 Perrine ...................... CE s-3553 I

3801 GRAND AVE. ...........,. HI 5-1381 1019 HAMMONDVILLB
BIRTHDAY Greetings and RD. I
best wishes to: Leo Adderly, .. =: 4240 N.W. 27th AVE. ........ NE 5-3460 i
Derrick Andre Davison, Sadie : Pompano .............. WE 3-3235
Beckham, Andel Mlcklns, Wini- Direct from Key West 2060 N.W. 75th ST. ................ 696-3322 14255 N.W. 22nd AVE.

fred Beacham, Ermatine Hol- FREDDIE GRANT 2060 N.W. 3rd CT. ... ........... FR 1.3993 I
ton, Annie McRae, Osle Curry, take over the Hammond ? Opa-locka ......?....?. MU 8-0617
organat .
Vera Sundy, Lauren Butler,
the Satellite On nights and I
Ranson New- Lounge this Sudayt for service
Lenora Foster, weekend also emergecy call PL 978733 I
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ton Jr., EVelyn Edwards, Sunday afternoon MAIN
OFFICE
Denise Johnson, Patricia Wor- storting at 3 p.m.. 6222 NW 7th I
thy, Elvera Bethel, Jacquelyn Avenue 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue
Frazier, Lucille Lewis and =: PL 9-8733 !
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CITIZENS COMMITTEE TO SAVE VOTERS RIGHTS 5S5 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD 75.2.52MIAMI

PULL LEVER 22-A, 3"A, 38.A TO VOTE AGAINST AMENDMENT 5 6 7 :



24th Annual Convention in Winter Haven MIAMI TIMES, MIAMI, FLA. ..

I SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1963 PAGE 3) ?

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ST. Augustine Youth To





Be Honored By NAACP


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"Four St. Augustine youths George Plnkston, youthful leader field secretary for this region
and their parents will be the of the Marion County will be the main speaker at
guests of honor during the 24th Branch, NAACP "Keynote" the the Youth Night ceremonies
Annual Session of the Florida convention.Mrs. on Friday'; November 8. Shar-
State Conference of NAACP Ruby Hurler will address ing the program with him will rIr
Branches when it convenes In the "\ session on be the rendition of Langston
Winter Haven, Florida, Thurs- Thursday morning. She will also l- Hughes "Story or Seven Songs"
day November 7" an official of s e r v e as a consultant as interpreted by the Famous .,
the conference stated today. throuhout the entire session. Giblte Junior College Choir.
"The four youths however, :Mrs. Hurley is Southeast Re- Mr. Alvin Downing will be at
may not be present to receive gional Secretary for NAACP. the organ and Mr. Stirling d
their awards from Florida'sNAACP Mr. Willie Ludden, YouthI Thomas.
Uranches because they I

are still held 'in custody by the The Honorable Holmou II. Daughter of the Elks, are
State of Florida because they refused 'Howard To Train Reynolds, (rand Exalted Ruler shown presenting to Dr. Richard -
to yield their Constitu- of the Independent Benevolent V. :Mooiv, president of Be
tional Rights to protect racial Protective Order of the Elks of thune, a chock to the college'
segregation practices in St. Peace Corps the World, and a member of
In the amount of $1,000 which
said Rev. A.: Leon
Augustine, ; thtf board of trustee of Be-
Lowry, president of the Florida 1 VolunteersWASHINGTON thune-Coolonan College, andMrs. was part of the $10,000 raisedby '

NAACP branches. > I, ,. llatti (). Janice of Jacksonville the Elks at their annual

"However," he continued, "we D. C. A >representing the meeting in DoNton thin year.
will present the awards to the group of 30 Peace Corps volun-
parents of the youths and to teers will arrive at Howard
the St. Augustine Youth Coun- N University Sunday, Oct. 27, for Africa.At their study will be an additional
cil which has led the fight to an eight-week study program Howard the volunteers 265 hours of French. The remaining -
eliminate discrimination in the which will help prepare them I will participate in an intensive 115 hours will be dis-
Nation's' oldest City.' for service in Gabon, West program of study involving tributed among African studies, I
Africa. This will be the second 10 hours of classes a day six American studies, world affairs -
The youths, two girls and two phase of a two-part training days a week. They will have and communism, health,
boy, were arrested t during the program for the volunteers, completed 480 hours of studyat physical education and recreation "
early Summer months while who have spent the past five Howard: when their program and Peace Corps orient
they engaged in demonstrations weeks in St. Croix V.I., where ends December 20. Included In ation.What's.
against St. Augustine they underwent technical train-
businesses which steadfastly ing in small school construction, i
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refused to serve them. They participated! in a physical train- i
were hauled before a County ing program, and studied the \
Judge and asked to sign a French language.. Prior to gaining -
statement agreeing to give up

the Authorities protect' and report other to Juvenile restric- I IOltOTII\--: ;: ;mTC'l1AR1)Mother : ; part Independence of French Gabon Equltorial was a Our


tions. 9 Tries r M
They refused along with their Hof o cOr
and are now held in +
parents
separate recting Juvenile institutions Youth.for They cor- SongwritingOne . Big PLUS?

declared Juvenile Deli-
were Yt
of the newest songwriting -
quents by the St. Augustine enthusiasts to try her lyri-
Court. cal talents for the gullible
OTHER SPEAKERSThe musical world is a IJ native FAIR DIVIDEND RATES? 'r

Miamian. We call her "Dot. "- CURRENT 4Vo%!
three day conference . .
that unknown
which begins at 10:00: a. m., will Possessing
quantity known as "hidden talent D LOW COST HOME LOANS?
see NAACP delegates workingIn ," Mrs. Dorothy D. Pritchardof
areas where racial discrimi- 1805 N.W. 17 Terrace, is contributing -
nation is partlcesed. They will her talent to the w . YESI
hold a field trip into the Win' musical world with lyrics that
ter Haven Community to prac- fit.
tise campaigning for 1964 vote- r
registration programming. They When the word "fit" appliedto AUTO
will also hear the Rev. F. any of its counterparts, PLUS.
there i is usually a close rela- .
to the word comfortable -
tionship
No Jim Crow at well, Mrs. Pritchard has SR-22' FILED .
safely applied the two words EQUAL JOB OPPORTUNITIES
Giants Hotel in which In their fullest meaning Liability InsuranceNEW
denote a "comfortable fit" to FOR ALLIMORTGAGES!
music her lyics, that Is. LOW RATES

Sanford The mother of nine children, $107.00 YEARLYTo WITHOUT
SANFORD, Answering a Mrs. Pritchard has, in our opin- ( and from work) DISCRIMINATION!
telegram Inquiring about the ion, a fine future ahead of her With good driving record
racial practices of the Mayfair us a songwriter. The title of her BANK FINANCING
Motel Inn In Sanford, Florida, latest effort Is "Victoria", and WHEN YOU DO BUSINESS WITH
Mr. Edgar P. Feeley, Treasurer we do not doubt in the least, SI 7 DOWN PAYMENT
and Attorney for the San but that "Victoria" will soon
the hum-hum 9 PAYMENT PLAN YOUR 100% INTEGRATED
Franclcso Giants stated that catch In to of
there is no racial discrimination those who love and adore clean, We Can Insure You! .
policy in practice at the sweet, melodious tones while I

two facilities owned by the vibrating along; with a tune Go"" fire 1 casu"r" ROOSEVELTSAVINGS
company.
that also has a rhythmic beat.

The telegram sent to the "Victoria" has been handed I fur. \pJ & LOAN ASSOCIATION'!
Giants bv Robert W. Saunders, I
the of and
Florida Field publishers songs
NAACP Secretary
asked if the facilltes and the music, Nordyke, a Hollywood 1552 NW 54th STREETOX

golf course were owned by the Company, known since 1043 as 6.1231WIEKiAVS f
Giants and if segregation was one of the world's largest 8.V: 5:30
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allowed.Mr. publishers for new talent. *.
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Feeley's reply stated that As consignment material we NORTHSIDE SHOPPING rCeY
his Company does not own the CENTERNext
predict it would just be a mat-
golf course which Is leased by to Woolworth'H< (rear ent.) a
us from the City. We do own ter of time before pennies will 79th St. & 27th Ave.. Miami
the Mayfair Inn and the Motel be "falling from heaven" for I Ph. OX 6.1233 or 696.1233 'JOHN I. ORR JR. ElMIR A.,WARDrUHIDINT
and there is no segregation the Miami songwriter, DorothyD. OPEN EVENINGS CHAIRMAN .
practiced at either location." Pritchard. =

The NAACP has thanked him
for his letter clarifying the policy ,..<.*.-V ...V" .>ft3<*X':>0'O'' <>O dOOO<$tf 4L ACCOUNTS 'INSURED W TO
and has asked that they '0,000. IY AN AGENCY OF
look Into alleged reports that M 'HI FEDERAL OOVIINMINT. 1!;

course Negroes on can Mondays.only use the golf STAR MEAT MARKET !

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NOVEMBER 2, 1963: WE SHALL OVERCOME thousands O'
'PAGE 4SATURDAY, In Cincinnati, Ohio. and Trenton N. J.
t "We Shall
marchers paraded last weekend singing
colored peoplewere
Overcome." These parades of white and

v*>c j JS Jj ry ? urging support of the Civil Rights BIll.In .
at
Cincinnati, Police Chief .Stanley Schrotel, was

the head in the procession. It ended in the Government
of the
Jr., chairman .
Square where the Rev. Otis Moss s
CivilRights
of the
--- II. F:SISMTXn: ftRKn Kditor: and Publisher Cincinnati Action Committee urged support
GARTH C. KKCVE8: Managing Editor Bill before Congress.In .

Member of the National. newspapers Publishers Association St. Augustine, the nation's oldest city, there's K
"" quaint'
That
TI scnscnirriox RATES t' racial strife. Negroes are being llltreated.
*:3- FOREIGN SGJiEn'lrred continue to carry on m?
-
ONE, YEAR $5JOO SIX MONTHS{ city would like for Negroes to

; a!\ Second Clown' 'aUtr.u t J. 1927 at the Post Offlcf they did 50 years ago. This is a new day.when St. Augustinehas she does
of March 8, 1816 must wake up, and
f f' :t Miami Florida, under the act been asleep. She
she will realize how backward ahe'a been.
afn Office at; C740 X.W. 15th A"ruor-Phone OX 1-0121
[Downtown Office: 1112 N.W. 3rd Avenue Phone FR 3-2236
RIGHTS BILL PASSES COMMITTEEThe
.""". "CREDO OP THE NEGRO PRESS" House Judiciary Committee has' passed what
The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead tbe might be called "a watered down" bill that will go before Mrs. Cornelia L. Glenn, chairman
racial and national .antagonism!: when It accords 1 1evert to least has a chance of passingthe
world from the House. This bill, at
his human aDd of the Woman's Day Celebration
creed or color will ,
man regardless or rare Southern filibuster,
legal right Hating no man, fearing no man-the Negro Pre: 5 House. The fight, perhaps a at Sailer's. Chapel AME
strives to help 'every man In the firm belief that all men are be in the Senate. Church, held Sunday, Octotfcr
tmrt as long a* anyone in held back. There's been criticism of the administration fOl 27, wishes to thank the mem-
agreeing to soften the original bill so that it could get bers and captains for their cooperation

POLITICALLY SPEAKING out of the committee.As In making It a successful ..
Metro Commissioners have had quite a time of i it Ye Editor sees it, a compromise measure wouldbe day. She extends! special

wrangling over the accusation that a $10,000 bribe wa better than no measure. thanks to Mt. 'rab r'sJshQra
offered by a commissioner to a fellow commissionei, The administration certainly wants a Civil Rights No.2, Antloch Baptist Church
Robert Brake, if he would support a certain issue. Bill passed at this session of Congress. Even if we do not! choir and to all the program
Things got so hot that commissioners testified be get what we expected. This bill, if it is placed on the participants.

fore State Attorney Richard Gerstein, except Commissioner statute book, will strengthen the enforcement of Civil Total money raised, $22.M;

Allen who was absent because of illness. Latei . -- .- . .--
Allen called the bribe charge a political maneuver to Rights.Let us show appreciation for efforts made, remem

gain support for the Government Research Council ber that there Is always room for improvement Opening Tea Nbv. 3

amendments to overhaul the :Metro commission.

He said he would testify freely before the gram" GIVE THE HAITIANS A BREAK Elks HeadquartersYou
jury and waive immunity there. Twenty four Haitians who came here from the
While the finger was being pointed in his direction Bahamas seeking a place of refuge went on a hunger are cordially Invited to
Allen denies being the commissioner who offered th< strike when they learned that they would probably not attend the official opening of
this Two of them who the Elks 1964 Grand Lodge
brib be allowed to remain in country.
The matter is being investigated by the grand jury could bear hunger no longer than three days collapsed. Convention Committee Head-
quarters, 1025 NW 2nd Ave.,
: much They were taken to the Jackson Memorial Hospital. Fooo
This incident has been given rightfully so Sunday, Nov. 3 at 4 p.m.
publicity, and has been widely discussed. was left in the detention room and they decided to eat The committee urges all

Well, who's who among the commissioners? The Haitians have ''appealed to the authorities tallow < Elks and Daughters to attendin
The grand Jury should be able to give the answer them to remain in this country. Although illegally full regalia as photos will
here the Miami Times hopes our government will)) be able be made for national and local

GO AND VOTE ?| to grant them asylum. publication.
These poor people are without a country, they gc I A short and
On Tuesday, November 5, Miamians will again he< interesting program
called upon to exercise their right of franchise. back to Haiti at the risk of their lives. They cannot return wll be served.rendered and refreshments -
to the Bahamas.
Like most others this is an important election anc .
should to the polls and If we are correct, farm laborers are needed in South The committee is being ably
who is able to do so, go
everyone Dade It seems to us an act of mercy to help these unfortunate assisted by all daughter rulers
cast that vote. and all exalted rulers. You can-
There than 30,000 Negroes registered in people. not afford to miss this.
are more
It's not necessary to state that Cubans are still coming -
Dade County. We are reminded that one of the amend to us and we are helping them. Couldn't we make it Big kick-off Sunday. Nov. 3.

Miami ments, No. 7, is to change the name of Dade County to< possible to help these 24 Haitians? W.Charles O. Perry HIggs, chairman., secretary and N2
County.
.
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There are three constitutional amendments at the< ? --

top of your ballot. No. 1 would change the time for elect hts

ing the governor ''and other state officials.No. .
2 deals with a $75,000,000 bond issue mainly for

educational purposes.No. .
3 with bonds for outdoor recreational develop

,ment and the council's power to issue them. '
'Metro's No. 1 and 2 ballots would elect the sherif:!

andtax assessor instead of appointing them as is don< x t
.
at'the,' present.
0 T
with 0 "a
] No 5 would provide eight county districts eight

t commissioners at $10,000 a year, and a mayor al

.$1 ,000, a year.
No. 8at the present time, 5 percent of the voter;
could call for amendment elections. Your vote for No.8 f

would make .it 10 percent which seems much better.
Think about these proposals. Note which seems

more beneficial to the county as a whole, then cast. your
vote for them.
We favor the three constitutional amendments.

Among the Metro Amendments we favor 6, 7, 8, 9, and

11 and arc against 1, 2, 5, and 10. ggQC1A g pN0 T1 O N ,p +SY 7 '


WHEAT FOR RUSSIA

There are those who are against the United States <

selling Russia wheat.' It could be their reasoning is worthwhile Yowdc s Hsplay this beautiful FREE Umpor strip .-
However Ye Editor sees it otherwise.
on your car and- DRIVE
SAFELY.
This country has more wheat than it knows what to If you are seen

do with. It's costing millions of dollars for storage HereIs driving courteously and safely by one of our Franklin
a good opportunity to sell some of it, and what is more, Federal
Spotters will
get some gold which it is admitted this country needs at you be given a cash prize.

the present time. Isn't that a worthwhile deal? NOTHING TO BUY
Under present circumstances if Russia objects to the NOTHING, TO WRITE I

high cost of delivery In American ships couldn't special You don't even need a savings account at Franklin Federal to qualify I
rates be arranged to meet competition of other nations'ships
? DRIVE SAFELY AND SAVE SAFELY! '
Our mercantile fleet might do well to look into this FRANKLIN-
Friendly where
SERVICE comes first!
matter.
'
Our barns are filled. Let us not look at them and say

as the rich fool once said: "We will build -greater barns FRANKLIN. 41.
"
..
wherein. to store our goods. ., i.Q '
long enough to build other barns. .
live FEDERAL
didn't
He \, :, Rate Per Year Paid and
The opportunity to clear our barns might be a good Compounded Quarterly

thing if 'we take advantage of itt ->;. SAYINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI ' Savings Insured r
said the wheat deal to $10,000 by an
As Senator Hubert Humphrey 1001 N. W. 3rd AVENUE 371-7652 8. 1.t agencyveofm the e
indicates possibilities for extending Dast-West trade In

non-strategic. products. .. ' .... ..- . . :<:,
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TIMES MIAMI. FLA. George CurlingtonJoins I DON'T TAKE THE

AMENDMENTSLIGHTLY
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1963 PAGE 5 Fine Arts Staff


George Curlington Is the Go to the polls Tuesday,
Ministers' CouncilAt Northwestern Rolls new teacher of violin at the

Fine Arts Conservatory, Flori November 5, 1963
New HopeThe Over Thunderbirds da's first Integrated school for.
music danco
the teaching of VOTEFOR
and art .
Baptist Minister's Council 33.12
Mr. Curlington i is a graduateof
Till AMENDMENTS
of Greater Miami and vicinity -
the Warsaw Conservatory,
will hold Its bi-monthly Bulls defeated the and only
The Northwestern three presents one
and for the past years PULL LEPERS:
evening session on Monday, the North Dade Thun-
assistant music directorand
was 1 t. Xo. 2 Constitutional Amendment !
Nov. 4 beginning at 7:30: p.m. derbirds 33-12 Saturday in the conductor of youth orches-

at the New Hope Missionary Junior College Stadium. tras at the parochial schools in To .Article) XII. VoteFOH. I
Baptist Church, GGOO NW 15th Outstanding players Included Buffalo New York. lie is a firm .
Ave. Alonza Gilbert, Sam Anderson believer in teaching the basic
Highlights of the current Rodney Thompson Harold fundamentals and at an early Metro Amendments

weekly International Sunday Ross, and David McDaniels. ,age. Many of his methods are 2. IA +
School 'Lesson will be given by The Northwestern band, his own and have proved successful . ::1.tl. '

BlUIe Expositor Rev. Randolph David Paschal, director, pre- in the teaching of 22A
and a special ser-
Thompson ..ented the show and stringed instruments
mon will be delivered by Rev. pre-game The Conservatory is locatedat 5.' :?8I)
the North Dade band present-
I. C. Mlcklns of the Mt. Olivette -u half-time show Pregameselections GIG NW GOth St. Lessons are (n. aOA ,

Missionary Baptist Church. included "Our Day by appointment, and students '7. alitTll1 i

All church leaders are extended ,v U1 Come," "Sack of' Woe" and arc interviewed on Saturdayfrom
0 to 4.Stevedore. n.\JJ) COUNT"OUNH i
a special Invitation to 'Consola Bossa Nova. "Wash
attend along with all laymen. ington Gray's March" was played 1)1.; I'lt.'l'ISSne'S kgr
during half time show.In Wildcat
Music will be furnished by Garth C. Reeves PITH.Elmer .

the choirs of Mt. Olivette and the first quarter the Bulls Strike EndsA < A. Ward chairman

New Hope. ,ent Sam Anderson runningfor nub)' Thomas, secretary
Rev. T. Johnson is presidentand an 11 yard touchdown. lie wildcat longshoreman's
Rev. W. J. Macon, secre- cored again In the second per- strike at the Port of Miami -----
<1 running six yards making
.0 ended Monday 21 hours afterIt ANTIOCH BAPTIST
.he score 12-0. In the third

For Sale3bedroom 4Uarter, North Dade scored ona Assistant began. Seaport nirrctnM. "- Friday night will be our
recovered fumble. The Bulls monthly business meeting. All
1. E. Sloane said activities at
cored again when' Samuel members to attend.
> are urged
the port were hICk: to normalIn
corner
.
.larsh ran five yards. McDan-
iels kicked the extra point. the afternoon Sunday, at 8:30: a.m., The
$395 DOWN Judge Henderson, local presi- Young Matrons are sponsor-
After a series of passes in the dent of the International Lon ing a breakfast at the Parsonage -
MOVE RIGHT IN last quarter, the Thunderbirds shoremen's Association, said The Public Is invited
,scored their second and final the strike was "unauthorized." King ColemanHit
$77 month TD. In the final quarter Ralph The men walked off the ,job The pastor will be with us

Cole ran 30 yards for a score in protest of non-union port- Sunday, throughout the day.
See 1343 NW 41st St. I of 20-12 ers who handle baggage for morning song services will be Record1'

I In the last few seconds of the cruise ship passengers. Chorus
Owner WI 5.5886 "They know they can't do tendered I by the Male "Mashed Potatoes"Formerly
Willie Reynolds passed
game Sam Anderson who went anything about it," he said. and night song service by the

ko across the goal convoyed by a "But they can let the world No. 1 choir. The No. J ushers with Radio

FOR SALE nost of Bulls for the score. Ale- know" how they're being treat- will serve for Holy Commun- Station WMBM
Daniels converted. ed. Communion will be served
Last July, the longshoremen
HOME BUYSIN h
BEST NEW XfcEA Friday, Nov. 1. the Bulls will saged a similar 21-hour protest. Sunday night. PLUS ,
GOULDS slay Jones High of Orlando.

215th St. Thus far the Bulls have won
11433 SW
2 I six of seven games. MICO BLANCO . .
Spacious 3-bedrooms, I JACK'S MEN'S WEAR

baths, many custom features World's greatest limbo

close to shopping and Sunshine ClubTho
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payments arranged. Sunshine CommunityClub f.xdu iyp Mn' Wear, from the top of your h"*H t,
Supreme Homes also builtto met at the homq of Mrs GEE GEE . .
suit specifications.UN Jdessa Jones with Mrs. Melissa the' tip of your toes including
your Council, the hostess. We made
6.6007 plans for our spaghetti dinner Huts Shoes Shirts Suits Trouern Caps of PARISIAN; DANCER f

vhich was held at the home of Styles and quality at popular pricesBE Also Sir John Dancers
Mrs. Mary Simms last Satur-

SupremeConstruction day. We wish to thank our SURE TO COME AND SEE US Bobby Marshall, M. C.
nary friends for helping to

l make this affair a success. Frank DuBoise Band

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JIMMY CRAWFORD DiIU11 SATELLITE' Lounge In tae-
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pealing at SATELLITE Lounge Sunday .. 100. The great Count ," tt
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Dade County member convention Frank, district director forMonroe board acted on the recommen- BOXING CLUB
-fdOOO
and South Dade con- dation of a three-member com-
Mixed AlreadyThe
which meets next April In
mittee comprising. Mrs. Edna FOR BOYSBoys
Miami Beach, will be asked to firmed that the Hoard, meetingat
first: step: tawardn- : Tallahassee Oct. 11, unanimously Tait of Tallahassee, FEA
ing the doors of its organization vote on a constitutional the amendment wordwhite" approved placing the president; Ed Henderson executive 10-14( years old are eli;
teachers has: to remove Ible to join the
Xecro
u the convention and Morgan. Boxing Club
,
and measure on secretary
from the charter
bean taken m1.he ereratave ballotDade's met with the Negro group for Boys at the Northwest
They
board of the Florida &:!uca'Uon by-laws of the organization. I and discussed the matter. YMCA Center, 5100 NW 21st\ \
Association.JDolejratcft FEA's First VicePresident Classroom Teachers Ave. The club will begin on
of the n e r 1 y Arvel Morgan and Mrs. Rose Association desegregated its Mrs. Frank added that some Thursday, Nov. 14 at 4 pm
<
membership this fall. It was of the 18 members favored the for boys in the 5th and 6th
the first county teacher groupin I amendment simply because of grades. The Junior High club
the state and one of the the moral issue involved, but starts on Thursday, Nov. 21
.MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. I first in the South to do so. I others approved it because of 4 p.m. The instructor will be at
I
said the state legal considerations.DO .
2 1963 Mrs. Frank ] Father Donald Anthony
PACE:: i) SATURDAY NOVEMBER the Secred Heart American, rectorof

-_. Catholic Shurch. Membership
-- ------ "Drive Safely"Sponsored YOUR PARTDaddies Is required and boys may reg-

In ister now at the .Y Center.
Hand Club
I Tucker Wins by LITTLE TEEN DANCE

Urban Renewal BattleAbsolute Franklin Federal Appeals For Used I STUDIO' *

Dance classes will begin at
hiring and firing Franklin Federal Savings and ClothingThe 9 a.m. on Saturday Nov 2 at
powers were voted Monday byetro's Association's president, the Northwest YWCA Center
Urban Renewal Agencyto Loan Daddies Club of the Orchard Girls and boys, ages 3-12 years
its executive director over aI Bill Miller, announced today Villa Elementary SchoolIs may attend classes in tap, bal-
created to help the start of a "Drive Safely"campaign. let and acrobatic
seven positions sponsoring a "Clothes the dancing and
red white and
Free
55 million ,
guide Dade County's baton. The fee is 50
cents for
will be given less fortunate children" cam-
redevelopment plan. blue bumper strips
dollar lesson or $2.00 monthly
plus
to anyone who would like paign on Saturday Nov. 2. We
membership. Instructor
The agency new relocation also decided system to to participate in the campaign are asking all parents and oth- 'iouy Poulton who has is operated Mrs.
set a
under up which the state will buy I contest. ers in Dade County to gather a dance studio for many
expressway right-of-way but I jy N During the next several all of the children's clothes and years in Dertoit.

will allow tenants to remain weeks cars displaying the rugs that are not being used
until public housing is ready 1'f "Drive Safely" bumper strip YWCA CO-KD CLUB
and bring them to the school or
for them. will be selected to receive cash
9-2727 and someone Eddie Wallace
safe driv- call PL a senior ati
for
Executive Director Edwin prizes of $10.00 driver also hasa will be sent to pick them up. Northwestern High School was
Tucker was granted the pow- i ing.Franklin If the Federal Savings I The address is 6720 NW 13th r-k-cted! chairman of the YWCA,
ers after James M. Reid only account cash awards will be I Ave Co-Ed Club last Saturday. The
board member cast the
Negro secretary-treasurer is Helen
doubled to $20. If the win- those
dissenting vote against I Please help us to help
only Hope from Jackson High. All ]
does not have a savings them-
five other memWors present. ner who are unable to help junior and senior high school
account the extra $10.00 will selves. Time: from 10 a.m. until -
qtr students invited
are to join the
The agency approved an organizational be carried over to the follow- 4 p.m.Friendship.
chart callllng for ing week increasing the cash club which will meet on the
seven officers including a dep- award to a total of $30.00.As 2nd Saturday of each month at
uty director, and others for 4:30: p.m. at the Center. The
operations, finance relocation, MRockefeller weeks pass the cash a- Charity first project of the group will
real estate, property manage- ward could amount to $100.00or be a Post Hallowe'en Dance on
ment and information services. more. Saturday Nov 9 from 7-10 p.m.
Mr. Miller stated that anyone Social ClubThe Admission 25 cents non-mem-
Tucker announced that the who drives a car can qualify. bers, 15 cents members.
federal government has approved -,-- There is nothing to buy, nothing Friendship Charity and
the payment of moving Center, New York to fill out and a Frank- Social Club met at the home of MONTHLY BOOK REVIEW

expenses displaced for tenants Uy the eventually North-- City Willa Moultrie Is currently lin Federal Savings. "I account is Mrs. C. :Boone with all office Another of the works of
In the Project featured on the stage' not necessary. urge every- .
South Expresswa in this im- s }Present.The Author James Baldwin will be
to participate
at Radio Music Hall lead- one
Renewal City
One area of Urban looked at on Friday, Nov. 15 at
and that the state will proceed Ing her own group of gospel portant community-wide pro- meeting was very Inter- 8 p.m. at the Center. The bookis
early next year to condemn singer in a new spectacle also gram. I esting and delicious refresh- "Fire Next Time" and will
properties there but then let featuring the Muaic Hall Rock- Pick up your free "DriveSafely" ments f were served. Fifteen' be reviewed by Benny O'Berry.
smooth cites Ballet andSymphony members present.
residents stay until relocation Company bumper strips at Franklin were
Orchestra,
is possible. Federal Savings and Loan The club is preparing for its
Association corner NW 3rd Thanksgiving dinner on Nov.
Ave. and 10th St. It will pay 28 at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
A Letter To The Editor . rich dividends in driver safetyas Samuel Cox.
well as substantial cash
awards on a continuing basisto We celebrated the birthdayof
Says Segregation At the safe driver of the week.;. Mrs. Susie Holmes and Mrs.

Rachel Coleman.
,.
Baptist Hospital Mrs. Verdell Cox president;
Advertise It Pays! Mrs. Frankie Dunn, reporter S' 1 k te$ f&( f
t t'I

Miss Mary Reeder Director all its ramifications causes < .,,'i

Doctor's Hospital psychic wounds in a commun- "*"*- -"*-"--* :''' ;
Coral Gables, Florida ity. This is what I mean whenI
Dear Miss Reeder: say it is "destructive" Not New Homes for Florida Living jjjjYour

only does segregation make 3 large spartan bedrooms 2 bath, garage electric kitchen,
My son on October 18 was psychic wounds it is sympto-
admitted to Doctor's Hospital matic of a social disease whose open a-3 p.m. Owner at:
where he stayed several days. breeding ground is hatred. 13M N.W. 55th St. With extra corner lit .
On this occasion as on a pre- 1452 N.W. 58th Terr_with extra lot. BMA man
vious I impressed by Furthermore I have observedin ,
was
one
1944 N.W. 49th St. 3-bedroom 2 bath, 1<'111. room
contacts with the hos-
the good care he received and my
by a liberal policy which allowed pital that those same hands 1809 N.W. 41st St. with extra lot a friend for life
me to remain by his side which are clean enough to Built to suit. No money down. We finance
night and day as he needed me. handle hospital food fold the CASH PAID FOR LOTS AND HOMES
linen, wash the floors are not and healththe
However, the hospital maintains good enought (in the thinkingof 3.lots, house for kindergarten 1935 NW 50th St. . .

a policy which I consider \some people to belong to a Need Money? See Baron, JE 8-1340
lamentable tragic and destruc- nurse, or a doctor, or a patient the man who can
tive, especially in the modern or to tte washed in a lavatory ...yoa how to provide your
hospital which is theoretically with "Caucasians." Lamentable -- i.wradollar the
directed towards the allevia- tragic, destructive.I ..... value in Ut* and
tion of suffering and the main- f! mnins i protection.O4 .
tenance of good health in a wish that you and the Lincoln Fields Apartments

community. I refer to a policy hospital board would take ........at Iaeome

of segregation. It is a shocking and discrimination. sight in- on down your any grounds dlscrmnatory, and signs open 2045 N.W. 62nd Street ...."e"=al .....

1963 to see a sign reading: your doors to all people in tho ... III J n 1111. .IItOtlM. .
memory of those little lives -V .IIiIIIftf. 11_
COLORED WOMENI which were lost in a Blrmlng-
saw this on the first floor ham Ala. explosion and in order Enjoy Living in Our Cool, Clean Apartments ....-. ewseakip

corridor immediately after ask- that we in Florida may not Offering Many Features ... VDu'
ing a custodian ("colored") witness similar explosions
for direction to the gift shop. lamentable, tragic, destructve. FREE GAS today fer a free m9
., imanum
is hurtful to 7"a pa'onal
Such a practise
those relegated to the separate Yours very truly, rile Bathroom Refrigerator Gas Stove ......

rest rooms. Such a practice in (M/s.) Faith Stenning Newly painted Venetian Blinds
CARL W. RINALDI
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Alterations and additions reasonable SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE
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CUT GRADE A FLORIDAPork
Chops Ib 351 Fryers lb 250

CENTER CUTPork
BEEF
Chops Ib 590 Short Ribs Ib 391

FRESH _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
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Ground Beef Ib 230
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Oranges dol 39 Tide Giant BLUE PLATE
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WHITE 10 Ib. Bof MI-DREAM 22 OUNCES
Potatoes 39 Liquid Detergent 31 Sweet Shurfine 1 Pesoz. 2 Pack for 29t

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Bumble Bee Chunk Style-Va ' Rice 5 lb 'X59 -
Shurfine Potatoe* 9 OZ. Pkg.
Tuna Fish 29'j''j French Fries 2 for 25C

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Dade County I Frank, district director for board acted on the recommen- BOXING CLUB
convention
40,000 member South Dade, con- dation of a three-member com-
and
Mixed AlreadyThe which meets next April in Monroe hoard, meetingat mittee comprising Mrs. Edna FOR BOYSBoys
firmed that the
asked to
first toward open- Miami Beach, will be unani- Tallahassee, FEA
step Tallahassee Oct. 11, Talt of
ing the doors of its organization vote on a constitutional amend-word"white" mously approved placing the president; Ed Henderson, exec- 10-14( years old are eli;.
the Ible to Join the
teachers has ment to remove Boxing Club
to Negro on the convention utive secretary, and Morgan.
and measure
been taken oy the executive from the charter ballot. I They met with the Negro group I for Boys at the Northwest
board of the Florida Educa- by-laws of the organization. and discussed the matter. YMCA Center, 5100 NW 21st
tion Association. PEA's First VicePresident Dade's Classroom Teachers Ave. The club will begin on
and Mrs. Rose Association desegregated its Mrs. Frank added that some Thursday, Nov. 14 at 4 pm
Delegates of the n ear 1 y Arvel Morgan, membership this fall. It was of the 18 members favored the for boys In the 5th and 6th
I I the first county teacher groupin amendment simply because of grades. The Junior High club
I the state and one of the the moral issue Involved, but starts on Thursday, Nov. 21 at
MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. first in the South to do so. others approved It because of 4 p.m. The Instructor will be
I 2 1963 Mrs. Frank said the state legal considerations.DO Father Donald Anthony, rectorof
NOVEMBER
PAGE 6 SATURDAY, the Secred Heart American
-- -- Catholic Shurch. Membership
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-- YOUR PARTDaddies Is required and boys
"Drive Safely"Sponsored may register -

Tucker Wins Hand In by Club now at the Y Center.

I LITTLE TEEN DANCE
Appeals For Used STUDIO *
Urban Renewal Battle Franklin Federal
Dance classes will begin
- -- - at
Absolute hiring and firing Franklin Federal Savings and ClothingThe 9 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 2 at

powers were voted Monday by Loan Association's president, Daddies Club of the Orchard Girls the Northwest and YWCA Center.
Metro's Urban Renewal Agencyto boys, ages 3-12 years
its executive director over I Bill Miller, announced today Villa Elementary SchoolIs may attend classes in tap, bal-
seven positions created to help I the start of a "Drive Safely"campaign. sponsoring a "Clothes the let and acrobatic dancing and
and
Dade County's 55 million Free red, white baton. The fee Is 50 cents for
will be ,given less fortunate children" cam-
guide redevelopment plan. # blue bumper strips lesson or $2.00 monthly, plus
to anyone who would like paign on Saturday, Nov. 2. We membership. Instructor is Mrs.
The agency also decided to a 1 a 1 w; to participate In the campaign : are asking all parents and others '1 uuy Poulton, who has operate
set up a new relocation system contest. ed dance studio for
I in Dade County to gatherall a many
will buy
the state
under which right-of-way but I i During the next several of the children's clothes and years In Dertoit.
expressway
will allow tenants to remain weeks, cars displaying the rugs that are not being used YWCA CO-ED CLUB
until public housing is ready "Drive Safely" bumper strip and bring them to the school or
for them. t will be selected to receive cash call PL 0-2727 and someone Eddie Wallace, a senior atj
driv-
Executive Director Edwin prizes of $10.00 for safe also hasa will be sent to pick them up. Northwestern.. High School was
Tucker was granted the pow- ing.Franklin If the Federal driver Savings The address is 6720 NW 13th elected' chairman of the YWCA

ers after James M. Reid, only cash awards will be Ave. Co-Ed Club last Saturday. The
account
Negro board member cast the doubled to $20. If the win- to help those secretary-treasurer is Helen
dissenting vote against Please help us Hope from Jackson High. All
only ner does not have a savings who are unable to help them-
five other memt:1: rs present. junior and senior high school
account, the extra $10.00 will selves. Time: from 10 a.m. until students are Invited to Join the
The agency approved an organizational be carried over to the follow- 4 p.m.Friendship. club which will meet on the
chart callling for IN + I ing week increasing the cash 2nd Saturday of each month at
seven officers, Including a dep- award to a total of $30.00. 4:30: p.m. at the Center. The

uty operations director, ,finance and others, relocation for, As weeks pass, the cash a-I Charity first project of the group will
Post Hallowe'en Dance
tie
manage- ward could amount to $100.00or : a on
real estate property
information services. more. Saturday, Nov 9 from 7-10 p.m.
and
ment Mr. Miller stated that anyone Social ClubThe Admission 25 cents, non-mem-
Tucker announced that the who drives a car can qualify. bers, 15 cents members.
federal government has approved There Is nothing to buy, nothing Friendship Charity and
the payment of moving Rockefeller Center, New York to fill out, and a Franklin Social Club met at the home of MONTHLY BOOK REVIEW

expenses displaced for tenants Uy the eventually North-- City Villa Moultrie Is cur- Federal Savings account is Mrs. C. Boone, with all office Another of the works of

South Expresswa in the Project rently featured on the stake not necessary.UI urge in this every-important s pr sent. Author James Baldwin will be
tit Radio City Music Hall leading one to participate 15 at
One area of Urban Renewal inter- looked at on Friday, Nov.
and that the state will proceed her own group of gospel community-wide pro- The meeting was very refreshments 8 p.m. at the Center. The bookIs
early next year to condemn singers in a new spectacle also gram. esting and delicious "Fire Next Time" and will
then let featuring the Music Hall Rocket r were served. Fifteenmembers
properties there but Pick up your free "Drive be reviewed by Benny O'Berry.
residents stay until smooth relocation I ten, Ballet Company and Safely" bumper strips at Franklin were present.

Is possible. :Symphony Orchestra. Federal Savings and Loan The club Is preparing for its

----- Association, corner NW 3rd Thanksgiving dinner on Nov.
Ave. and 10th St. It will pay 28 at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
A Letter To The Editor . rich dividends in driver safetyas Samuel Cox.
well as substantial cash
awards on a continuing basisto We celebrated the birthdayof
Says Segregation At the safe driver of the week." Mrs. Susie Holmes and Mrs.

Rachel Coleman. eO

Mrs. Verdell Cox president;
,
Hospital
Baptist Advertise It Pays! Mrs. Frankie Dunn, reporter .. ,!

Miss Mary Reeder, Director all its ramifications cause ;

Doctor's Hospital psychic wounds In a commun- ...... ...".......,.............. -E------ '!-''-' "'-".... '*-" "*- -'.. -'!-' -"....'.*-' .....' ' "" .....'*'........-
Coral Gables, Florida ity. This Is what I mean when 'lli.t. )tll'
Dear Miss Reeder: I say It Is "destructive." Not 1 New Homes for Florida Living ..". :

only does segregation make 3 large spacious bedrooms, 2 bath garage electric k HC'hen. ;.S
My son on October 18 was psychic wounds, It Is symptomatic -
admitted to Doctor's Hospital of a social disease whose open .V3 p.m. Owners at:

where he stayed several days. breeding ground Is hatred. 1388 N.W. 55th St. With extra corner lot. Your BMA
On this occasion as on a previous 1452 N.W. 58th Tern -with extra lot. man,
Furthermore I have observedIn
one I was Impressed by 1914 N.W. 40th Rt. bath Flu.
3-bedroom 2 room
the good care he received and my contacts with the hospital -
by a liberal policy which allowed that those same hand 1809 N.W. 4lit St. with extra lot a friend for life

I me to remain by his side which are clean enough tc Built to suit. No money down. We finance

I night and day as he needed me. handle hospital food, fold thi CASH PAID FOR LOTS AND HOMES .and health
linen, wash the floors are no
However, the hospital main- good enought ((1n the thinkingof 3 lots, house for kindergarten 1035 NW 50th St. .

tains a policy which I consider some people to belong to II Need Money? See Baron, JE 8-1340

lamentable, tragic and destruc- nurse, or a doctor, or a patient T'V '*' '1'...., -'1Lincoln -' ... ..... .......... ..... ...., >Htrt bow the how man to mate who yourfawumnc on

tive hospital, especially which in is theoretically the modern with or to "Caucasians.bk washed "In Lamentable a lavatory I ,- .... ....... ........ ,..... ,... yon* dollar provide the
.....tM value in 14. and
directed towards the allevia- tragic, destructive.I B famzano*protection.O .
tion of suffering and the main-
tenance of good health In a wish that you and the Fields Apartments I III:

community. I refer to a policy hospital board would take ...>celk_es' Iaeome

of segregation and discrimina- down any dlscrmnatory signson ... $1 _
.1. =
2045 N.W. 62nd
and Street
tion. It is a shocking sight In your grounds, open .._.
doors to all people in the ... 7 Mao
1963 to see a sign reading: your ..
memory of those little lives .......... -
COLORED WOMENI which were lost in a Birmingham . ....... ...t
floor Enjoy Living in Our Cool, Clean Apartment. "
saw this on the first Ala. explosion and in order
corridor Immediately after asking that we in Florida may not Offering Many Feature ...r .UII'

a custodian ("colored") witness similar explosions toftor tot. free awaf
for direction to the gift shop. lamentable, tragic, destructve. FREE GAS aaI
:rJJ
Such a practise Is hurtful to ......
those relegated to the separate Yours very truly, rUe Bathroom Refrigerator Gas Stove

rest rooms. Such a practice In (Mrs.) Faith Stennlng Newly painted Venetian Blinds
CARL W. RINALDI
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Washing Machines Laundry Rooms REPRESENTATIVE

Alteration and additions very reasonable Free Parking Auto hot water heattr iPECIAL
BUILDING TRADES 9301 N.E. 6th Are.Re .
GENERAL CONTRACTORSNew Free Garbage Disposal Filtered water

Homes on Your Lot *. MU 8-2483
CARETAKERS ON PREMISES Bas 7375729
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FIRST CUT GRADE A FLORIDAPork

Chops Ib 351 Fryers lb Z50

CENTER CUTPork
BEEF
Chops Ib 590 Short Ribs Ib 390

FRESH
Pork Spare Ribs Ib 330 FRESH
Ground Beef Ib 230

Pork Rib Ends Ib 19C
HICKORY

Smoked LYKES Sausage Ib 59* Sliced Bacon Ib 39c


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Shurfine Spear* 10 OZ.Pkff.Brottoli
BUNCH Sun Glo Bleach gal 39* 2 for 39*
Rutabagas Ib 80
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BIG CHIEF LONG GRAIN Spinach 2 for 25*
Bumble Bee Chunku Rice 5 Ib Rag ,59
;; [ Shurfine Potatoes 9 OZ. Pkg.
Tuna Fish 291Mb
French Fries 2 for 250 '

Cash Payroll Cb.chCold Beer At All Times 24 Hours DAILY

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303 SIZE 12 OUNCE.JARCranberry '
Sauce 2 for 39* Peanut 8 OZ. CANTomato Butter 29t

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Grapefruit Juice 3 f 1.OO CREAM STYLE-303 SIZE

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MIAMI TIMES, MIAMI, FLA. .... ..I ;

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1963 PAGE g I

Funeral Home \umi" Humphries and Rev. Tennessee State Upsets J

Owner Enters Judge arc coordinators Broward
of the campaign for,Stevens.

City Race -- ,- Rattlers 14-12 County r ,

.
SARASOTA Jerome Stevens MUSIC I :MUSIC, MUSIC ." New
38-year-old owner of the That's what you'll find at
Stevens Funeral Home here, the Satellite, Miami's Most In- Conch Merritt quarterback Jim Tullls' punt I"W&.IIPr I
,
has entered the City Commis- timate Lounge. Atmosphere for the winning touchdown. liner
sion Group 2 race. I and music of the finest caliber.: Hounds Gaither Smith had returned Tullls ;
The election will be held No- 1 Innovations by Jimmy Crawford punts for long I yardage thru-,
vember 17 and Stevens will Tennessee State' pulled: one out the game, running three' i
run as an Independent against Satellite Lounge of the biggest grid upsets of back 48, 52 and 50 yard* before
nine white opponents. 1 G222 NW 7th Ave the season last Saturday night his scoring sprint. Ebenezer Baptist Church of
when they eked out a lt-12 win The Rattlers made a desperate Hallandale: ) celebrated Men's
*- --- over the powerful Florida A attempt to pull It out In the Day Sunday, Oct. 27 It was
andi Rattlers In Nashville closing minutes, but \ and I;:
successful. The pastor,
Three The attlcrs, ranked l No. 3 linebacker Mack Lamo inter: very llev. 0.V.. Foster, wishes to
Pigs Barbecue MI; the nation last week:, play cepted a pass from Tullls Intended thank the members and every-
Central:\ State of Ohio at Tampa for Bob Hayes. I one who helped. A. E. Williams,
Saturday night. Central lost Tennessee State's coach is principal of. Attucks High and
11-12 to Lincoln University John Merrltt, former mentorof speaker at the evening service,
COR. N.W.
62nd ST. & 22nd Miss.:
AVE. last Saturday night. Jackson State College, gave a touching address for the
Ills Jackson State team stumped ,; occasion
Tennessee took an 8-0 lead the Rattlers In the Orange _
Into its dressing room at the ,Classic last December'' (
CompleteBreakfast half, but the Rattlers struck;; by a 22-G score, thus giving Handy Robinson, eon
d lack for two touchdowns In, Shim two straight victories over' of Mr. and.:..Mrs. Paul Iloblnson
4j the third quarter to go ahead Coach Gaither's Rattlers. : of 709 NW 9th St., Hallandale,
12-8. A&M&l will celebrate his birthday Saturday -
Nov. 2, at 3 p.m.
Halfback Charlie Ward scor- .First downs. 12 0
ed A and M's first TD on short I
Only 39c yardage, and end Alfred Den- Hushing yardage 53 83 Gilbert (Gil) Johnson anti
son recovered a fumble In the Tasking yardage 02 123 his mother. Mrs. Carrie John-
I Pancakes Syrup end zone for the other.A l'nssk'N attempted 22 10 son, celebrated their birthday
s ri and 1'a freshman halfback,' I'asvMCH' completed 7 7 ,)n Oct. 29. Their party will be
.. Nolan Smith, shocked the Flo- Intercepts. by 3:3: Sunday at their home, 4200 SW
Butter, Coffee, or ridlans on an 83-yard return ofFOR Yard penalized 93j/a 63 :oth St., West Hollywood. Gllcrt I
.
/ Is 10 years old.
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. +,.;, ",, ', rJ 2 Eggs, Grits, Toast HELP> WANTEDEXPERIENCED I The Re-v Ellis King, pastorSt.
.
\ RENTU
.:.YMY1@r\ I linoleum and Luke Primitive Baplst
A11I, SIIEP1'11R1)Igr.;: 2nd cup} of coffee FHKK \uen; .lUllKDKAOM: H017B13 tile mechanic, good pay, 627 Church, West Hollywood, is
furntslH'd: close to overythlng.W.M Washington Ave, tylaml Bch.EXPERIENCED appealing to parents of the
: : XW (JU1K f>t. $26, weekly? community to be moro con-
Daily Luncheon and Dinner Specials chlMroii mwpteti( InimedlnlOormpnury. cerned about their children.
Men; and wo-
Many.of the youngsters w.andlt-
Chicken Giblets, Vegetable and Rice 58c I Til HUH: LAUGH nl ))nOM f men ,to sell, cosmetics and Jew- about the streets on Sunday
2nd cup of coffee with all dinners FREE lunl N. 102U 'Mon. and Wed. 8:30 to
Tues. :
,
lie is asking parents to
aways.
Furnished. ti 0 a r 7th Avc.
10:0: a.m. 1430 NW 02nd St. help save the future men and
$2;{ weekly, children accepted.
Immediate occupancy.S. women by sending them to
S. GROSS IlKAI/TV BABY SITTER, evenings. Ref- some Sunday School.
IMtonc 41,Ml 120 erences, transportation. Mae,
PL 8-4925. THE INCARNATION
LIB m CII Y
I llev. Theodore Jones, vicar
PROTECT YOUR FURNITURE llev. H. 1C. S. peeves, deacon
Pt WITHOUT HIDING ITS BEAUTY!
DRIVE IN THEATREox The annual States Coffee
4 CUSTOM MADE our most important socialevunt
of the year comes off on
1-7959! 22nd Ave. and 69th St. 1.boq PLASTIC FURNITURE Sunday, Nov. 'A. As usual it is

-. SLIP COVERS sponsored by the Episcopal
"' 1 (Churchwoment Mrs. Sheba
NOW PLAYING
CRYSTAL CLIAR i Martin, president.
HIAVY OAU01 This. year we are varying a
.
flU LONG RESISTANT LASTING )little. At the 11 o'clock Mass
FULLY wo will have aa our speaker,
GUARANTEE Mrs. Athalle Range, one of our
KAMIWORKMAN.- > S A Ittt citizens.
MATIRIALS SHIP AND 1 paS1 Following: the service coffee
ALUMINUM PUI ISTlMATII will \\M served hourly until 3
lip,," A ).m. when the crowning of the
(CUSHION
AIR VINTID SPECIALIZING CALL queen will)) take place.
rid JIm"' IN PLASTIC NIdHT Mrs. Clo'tllde' bent !Is chairman -
SLIPCOVERSEXCLUSIVELY of arrangements and Mrs.
Clarice Littles, vice.
fHONIWl I Our churchwomen have all
Monad of GreielenSHRIMP 75011 worked hard to make Into
C AR0A event a success and Invite
members to bring their friends
with them to this service.


R ST. JAMES AME
BOXj Rev. J. H. juacKncll, pastor
Bert Cooper, reporter
I Once again a first Sunday la I
upon us with only one more
Corner 75th and ,22ndAve to como this year..
>4$4'sa .a Let us all congregate this
OPEN
NOW break bread and! give thanks to
Almighty God for sparing us
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT this far.
,eat 9. The wheels have gained momentum -
?tom weQcuaG. GOLDEN ORLEANS . and are speeding toward
< FRIED SHRIMP our
'Ja" 97 ., women will take over and
( GOLDEN FRIED . observe "their (lay." Yes, it
FISH FILLETS will be Woman's Day when all

'I' I 1 ............... ...... Mouth Waterin' Southern .. Church/roads will' lead to the "Friendly

FRIED CHICKEN' Box plus tax The jmblclty committee says
! e3efl.OLDS that a Jot of bumps are yet to
! : be smoothed out along the way,
R&RRY& NElSJN.DIANEMcBAIhl"MI( RENNIE IMERVYNL'ROYorIa' A II' WITH ALL THE TRIMMINGSrilKAMV Mat comes November 27 every-
.... t.5. PO iCNeeh,. IcttIftIIIIy'b" aided'ahIhiacjiA thing will be id readiness.
.RgeNMIOGtfEK/4.bawaOlMEfI'.IIVIllIlJOf flOlI it bIM$5IfI GOLF, HLAW FIIKXCII/ '''UIKIJIIOT You may as well be prepared -
I to come to St. .James: for this
PLUS WHAM I'OTATOKH will bo "something else" In tho
way of observing this special
TAHTAK SAUCE CATHW occasion!
r Our list of sick members Is
DAYS OF WINE Jumbo Fried FISH SANDWICH 39c dwindling. It is due to the fer-
|/ vent prayers of the church. So
Your order will be ready Phone OX 6-3871 continue in prayer for those
who remain 111.KINO .


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This coupon good for one Jumbo Size Pepsi Cola Hear Jimmy Crawford at the '
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Satellite, direct from Capitol
with purchase of Box Order
LEE REMICK JACK LEMMON your any 11111 In Washington, D. C. Ex-
; CHARLES BICKFORD I (Offer expires Friday, November 8, 1963 tremly talented, this young

Maw,, Woman and Whiskey Shrimp .Box 7501 N.W. 22nd Ave. lad. Sounds so much like Nat

A Terrifying Triangle 20c FREE FREE 20c Cole, it's uncanny. Every nlte rat 1

They:; loved each other madly the Satellite Lounge. ..
but they loved alcohol I more I

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PAGE 10 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1963 Get Technical ,


'!!1r'Y/"Jr'11"1/" !' TrainingTwo In SaturdayTAMPA
..teaVETERAN'S 11'11""lf"n'1t"lt1t'rI?'If.n&!'" 111:lr.1r Inr.nrI1r'Jr 11r'1I Tampa
Miami men are being reassigned -
This column is prepared to new tfases to attend

weekly" + at' the VA Office, 084 \l.Klagler '. technical training courses following - A dazzling pre- to the tune of the "Central

St., Miami, for information States Air completion Force basic of military Unted game show and spectcular State College Alma Mater" anda
CORNER
of Veterans in this area. training at Lackland AFB, half-time pageant will be color- block band formation presenting -

tri->r.2..1...+!t .!T annr i TiT"' .iTiTJ'f.'r......""" -iT-IF iTr irn.r.nnr... a stirrjrjsrsta T,Yf...irir_irirNEVER -. Texas. ful sidelights of the big Novem- a salute by the ROTC fir-
They are Airman Richard H. ber 2 football events here when .ng squard to accompanimentof
A DULL MOMENTWe ; sistance in applying for this important -
Farrington, whose wife, the Florida A and M University's "The National Anthem."
can certainly understandwhy coverage, visit the former Georgean Phillips, lives writhing Rattlers meet Central
people Aliami Office, 081 West Flagler, at 2121 NW 74th St., and Air- State's Marauders on Phillip's Theme of the half-time
some get nervous and ask for Contact Representative. man W. D. Martin, son of Mr. Field. "E." ucation Par-
when they are filling out forms und Mrs. Dalton W. Martin of pageant, on
fur /benefits Lfut it does lead to VETERANS DAY AHEAD 2331 NW Goth St. With their usual Ifreath-tak- ade,' will be carried out in five

some amazing responses and I Airman Farrington will attend ''ng precision, members of the formations saluting various
iunctions. Just the other day, a Because of the significance of a course for finance and FAMU Marching Band of 132 areas of the university.
Veterans this the
widow, filing claim for her Day year, statistical data specialists at pieces will go through a seriesof
wanted to know if it President in his proclamation Sheppard AFB, Tex. formations for the entertain- Climax of the half-time pageant -
would pension be "radioactive." (She ias urged everyone to coope- . u_._....... .__.____._._.I ment of grid fans before and will be the presentati.n
in the meaningof
rate deepening
retroactive during half-time at the
meant ) November 11. Its meaning game. of "Miss FAMU of 1963," Miss

DISABILITY INCOME\ a: rededication to the ideal of Formations of the pre-game Barbara Williams of Jackson-
PROVISION peace with "honor and the de- show will include a salute to ville and her attendants, Miss
.ermination to attain it. the forthcoming College Build- Patricia James of New Smyrna

Most National Service Life JU1Z CORNER: Ing Amendment, "Nov, 5, Vote Beach and Miss Sandra Stills
Insurance: pOlicyholders are $ h Yes, X" to the tune, "The ef Pensacola.
eligible to add a disability income Q. 1 am a World War II I I ? :laxon March." Other formations ,
provision to their policies. /eteran. Am I still eligible for will be: "C State Music"
'ine rider provides regular income ,. schooling under the WW II GI
in case of total disablllty- .1.31111
VA can pay up to $100 per I A. Sorry, the cutoff date ( d Fry Harvest Tea Auto InsuranceLow
month. For Inrormatlon and as- for education and training under
Auxiliary Board No. 2 of monthly
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St. Contestants are Mrs. Lee
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Air man Martin will attend a Guions and Mrs. Frankie Glo- D. Goodman and
course for air traffic controlersat
Keesler AFB, Miss. vers.Mrs.
Both are former students at Jessie Giles, president; Sons, Inc.
Northwestern Senior High. Mrs. Vivian Brunson, chair-
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vember 10, 4-C p.m. in behalfof
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understand why Chiropractors $18.50 a week will carry it I your entertainment. catlon.
confine their work to the Later $10.50 week James E. Martin, president; ceived a ball point pen free.
-"' "' -'- Eugene Francis, publicity
when remote of
spine, parts Include taxes, insurance chairman. .
Rev. T. A. Rolle Gets the body are diseased. But you (JarbaRo removal
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bodily or
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masonry at the 77th Session of whether it be heart, stomach' the cause responsible for effect, Blood-Urine Tests DR. I/ONfi'H! CLINIC
the United Supreme Council, kidneys, or some otner organ known as disease and by proper IMS S.W. 1st St.-FR 3-2748 A general health service!
Ancient and Accepted Scottish normal function of all organs, adjustments elemlnate the
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Dr. Rudolph Jones, presidentof the brain which generates this the health benefits ob- r- YOU WAIt 6 0

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normal condition. . . .
lege, Fayettevllle. C., was Nerves I
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St. Paul Women In f ST. PAUL A- M. E. MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA.
Annual J Rev T. C. Kelley Jr., pastor, SATURDAY NOVEMBER 2, 1963 PAGE 11
Mrs. Lea ..
Cray -
reporter - --- -

Observance Sunday .. Y: FIFTEENTH; . .
; Sunday, Oct. 27, was Youth
'iI Day at St. Paul and so being To
All roads lead to St. Paul ;t t}' .i-.iI ; the pastor delivered two special -: Grace Presbyterian
AME Church, located at 19th }
t' :: : : sermons for the youth. The
Ave. and 51st Terr., on Sunday, morning topic was "The Importance Observe Church Anniversarv
Nov. 10 for the observance of of and .
Early Religion, --- - ---- -
their 10th annual Woman's the evening subject was "Life's
2
Choral
Program,
celebration.Mrs. .' The Grace Presbyterian p.m.
Day Ready Record. Both
I 'j sermons Church at NW 14th Ave. and Wednesday "Pageant of Pro-

Johnnie Pearl Mason, a -,1J well were forcefully delivered and GOth St., will observe Its 15th gress" program, 8 p.m.
both
long-time member and ardent ,) accepted by young anniversary beginning this }i riday.l.Anniversary Banquetat
people and adults. The Junior Scheduled for the YMCA, 8:30: 5770
worker of this' church Is the choir and junior ushers servedfor Sunday, Nov 3. p.m.
chairman for the day. She U the the week xa as follows: NW 15th Ave.
day. We Invite the community to
being ably assisted by her very .
fine co-chairman, Mrs. Ruth In the afternoon the Excel Sunday morning anniversaryand share in any or all of these

Abrams, the many committeesand sior Club, Lucille Timmons, re-dedication service, 11 festivities. We congratulate Mr.
ladies at large. They are president, celebrated with its o'clock. Harold Hlggs, chairman of the
working diligently to knew '\' bth Fall Tea. Mrs. Bernice Sunday, 7:30: p.m., Memorial occasion for his fine directionin
that no stones are left unturned 4 Wooten had the honor of "Mrs. Service. leading us to this memorable
Excelsior" bestowed her ; Monday, Coronation and event.
In order to make this one of upon
and received beautiful
the greatest celebrations in the z ( trophy, Mrs.a Wooten very raised

history of the church. alit t for her club. Mrs. Ann

Shennet, the runner-up, was
The public Is cordially invit-
crowned by Mrs. Wooten.
ed to Join with us at morning
Sunday after service, Stewardess -
worship 11 o'clock and at even-
_. ._ Board No.3, Mrs. Ann
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ing worship, G:30: p.m. for this .MRS. Shenett chairman
JOHNNIE P. :MASONSHILOH presented
wonderful annual occasion. I . chairman a musical which was climaxed
with the crowning of Mrs.

NEW HOPE BAPTIST Stewardess Board No. 3. Mrs.

Rev. W. E. Sims, pastorA. BAPTIST Thomas, who raised $52 was

L. Stephens, reporter Rev. A. M.; Griffin, pastor crowned board. by the chair of the

Again we are approaching Sis. C.r.: Myles, reporter ;
another first Sunday and look- Nov. 2, Is the first Sunday Ina
ing forward to a spiritual time Sunday School every Sundayat : new month and we look for-
throughout the day, Sunday 0:30: a.m. Elder E. Ross, sup ward to seeing. you In church.
night our Communion Services erintendent. Holy Communion will be serv-
will begin at 7 p.m. All mem- October 27, Elder E. Dennis ed and and choir No. 2 will fur-
bers are urged to attend and delivered the morning sermon nish the music for the day.
Visitors are always welcome to and the No. 2 choir furnished
worship with us at all times. music.
Plans are now In progress for Sunday evening at :3 o'clockthe
our Church Anniversary, Sun- Junior Church observed Us GREATER BETHEL AME

day, Nov. 24; the No. 2 Usher first anniversary. Elder White Rev S. A. Cousin, pastor I NEW BETHEL BAPTIST
Board will sell dinners at the and the Junior Church of Jor- Presiding KlUer F. A. Allen North Miami

Church this Saturday, call- don Grove were In charge of delivered the inspirational! District HoldsConference 1571 NW 08th Terrace
696-7745. Bro. John Reid is the service.; They were blessed; message! :: during the service last Rev. Ernest Williams, pnstor '
sponsoring a party Nov. {9 at I to raise $37.00. Sunday. Ills general theme was Deacon Fred Williams, reporter t(
1218 NW 58th Terr. in behalfof The night sermon was delivered
our Building Fund, by Elder L. R. Jackson) No "Religion Without Reservation". The fourth quarterly conference "The Lord Is my light and
1 choir furnished This marked the last quarterfor of the North Miami District my salvation; whom shall I
We for speedy recovery music.
pray a shut-in. Bible Class } the year. Greater Bethel was held in Mt Hermon fear? The Lord is the strengthof
for sick and Thursday
Mrs. Mar our A. Blackmans night at 8 o'clock.Hemembel' every. will be host to the South AME Church with Presiding:' my life; of whom hall I be
y Florida Annual Conference in Elder J. A. Roberts In charge. afraid?
sick and shut-
in Jackson M. Hospital our
daughter -
December. Services were opened by the The services at our school on
and Dea. L. J, Fishers ins. Mother Ethel Smith and
presiding elder. The congregation last Sunday, were most wonderful *
Sis. Doris Robinson
Mother who is ill. The pastor was guest speakerfor "
sang "Glory to His Name. as well as edifying. Our
the Men of St. Paul A.M.E the Rev. tho wordof
Prayer was given by pastor really gave us!
ST. BARNABAS W. M. MT. CALVERY BAPTISTWe in Coconut Grove last Sunday. A. Mnyes. God.

A. E. McNeal. reporter had a truly wonderful day Accolades and encomiums are The presiding elder spoke This Sunday, the music! for
Rev. E. A. Culmer, pastor last Sunday. Both services were still pouring in for his informa- from the 7th chapter of Mat- the morning nnd evening will
Mrs. Sophie Dawkins, reporter well carried out, as usual. tive and stirring delivery of a thew. Then to the business conferences be rendered by Choir No.1.

..... Morning worship[ S called At 3: 00 p.m., our pastor had masterful address.WO.MKN'S : James Johnson w n selected Sister E. Collie at the organ,
to order by the pastor. Our assistant his Jong awaited day. He had as secretary. Miss Louise Please remember you are always I
pastor, the Rev II. De-i his installation service. Everyone ; DAY: Dixon was elected an reporterfor welcome to worship with

meritte, delvered the message there had a wonderful time, The Women of Bethel have the conference.
from Psalm 15, theme "The sermon;; was delivered the pas- chosen Mrs. Andel Mickens, the All reports were called for and us.Don't forget to visit tho sick
Junior choir, with Mrs. C. Clu- .or, t was inspiring to all who wife of Rev. I. C Mickens, and by the )()ards.( The elder w a H and the shut-in
mer organist: furnished music, attended. Rev. Murray really curriculum assistant in the very pleased with ull the
and the No. 1 ushers served. preached good sermon. The Dade County Schools, to be the board and their reports. NEW PROVIDENCE
The evening worship was charge was given by Rev. P.W. morning speaker of their Wo- We are sorry to say that wo Rev C J. )Hurnev, pastor
led by the pastor. The Rev. De- Williams, who not only gave it men's hay The ninety-plus] have lost these following members Sis. Clniiitld WINoti, reporterWo

meritte preached from Malachi to the pastor, but also to the captains are working unceasingly : Mrs Lucille Nimmons, had wonderful time
3, subject, "The Unchangeable church. Mrs Mimmle P. MeOlll, Mrs. a
God.." Mrs M. E. Culmer fur- Remember to visit and pray to make this event a memorable Elvis Fleming and J, T. Sweet throughout tho day Sunday be.
one. The evening program ginning with the Sunday: School:
nished music.
the sick and shut-in.! We then sang, "We'e Passing
"or
will feature Music Hour Women -
Mr. S. Trotman, chairman of a and then the baptism services!l
Is the from all Churches In the Away. The YWA and the Young Matrons -
the trustee board on Our pastor, Rev F. E. Sneed
sick list. We wish him a speedy St. Luke A.M.U. Church I City have been Invited to with. spoke some very encouragingwords will be selling dinners nt
Sunday School was at the ness the observance Outstanding I for the year's work. Ho the church the second Saturday -
recovery.MT. TABORRev. usual hour. Morning Worshipled women of the communities thanked the presiding elder for in November. You may call
will bo participants; and a the church for delivery
by Rev Ford, Sermon carrying on In his absence. Ho
P. R. Drown minister "When he had become to him- special:: treat is in store for all was just returning from a We still have a number on
Miss 'De loh Jones,

. And though I have the uplifted, for Rev Ford preached COUSIN) FOIl HIHIIOI have been so happy to havo In Christian Hospital, room 25;
gift of prophecy, and under- lout of hh! soul. Our Junior I him and his wife this year. Sis. Jessie Fouth, Jackson Memorial -
stand all mysterious, and all Church Choir furnished the ,. Mrs. Fannie Jernigan and We hope that the bishop will room 3308: ; Si'*. Mary
knowledge; and have not char- music with Miss; Mnrylin I members of the Cousin for Bishop see fit to send them back to us. I Young, Jackson, room 3202
Corin- ; Mrs. H. White, of the North Miami DlsMlan and Deacon David Huffin, in
I
ity, I am nothing Scott, Organist.; ] Club are hard at work for once
thians 13:2.: director. At 3 p.m., our Senior I their candidate Rev. S. A. Cousin Louise Dixon, reporter I Jackson, room 3308. These and
The Mt. Tabor Family wishesto Choir was Invited to St. James I Efforts are put forth to Rev. 1". E. Snecd, pastor ill others whoso names wo do
take this time to express \.M.E. Church to render service : make Reverend Cousin one of not have desire your prayers
their gratitude to New Provi- to their No. 2 Choir's 30th the Bishops during the General TRIUMPH CHURCH and also visit them.TEMPLE .

dence Baptist Church No. 2 Anniversary. Every one en- Conference which will be heldIn Prince H. Mobley, pastor

choir for the splendid, enjoy- oyed< it to the hlghtest. Even- Cincinnati. Ohio, May, 1004. Sis. C. McKinney, reporter BAPTISTThe Woman's
festival worship was led by Rev Is urged to annual Day
The community
able and spiritual song: 'ng
Last week church was Dinner will be thh Saturday at
our
last Sunday. May t). L. Frankin Sermon "Christ help back Cousin for Bishop.
presented on
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
for the Typified by the manna" again the host to the last quarterly -
continue working
you spiritually up. AUXIMAKV BOARD meeting for the The services Dean
Master. *ver.vl>ody was year. at55high noon.. The
along lifted. The 4th Sunday Nov. 21, began Thursday and end- bcwlnnln". ;
friends
Members and
Board No. 2 cordially

Auxiliary will consist of
menu a varietyof
1st Women'
with the supcrlntcdent and we will celebrate our forget Invites you to attend its ed Sunday night. It is reportedto fine foods! with all the trim-
teachers of the Sunday Schoolare Day, let us not November have been very successful,
always Annual Tea, Sunday, ilmr, 'Donation $1.00. Delivery
You are -
urged by the pastor to attend everyone I is Invited. at St. 10 from 4-0 p.m., in the lower and well attended. It oueMted.
Bible Class tonight and welcome to worship auditorium of ,the church. Mrs. The many churches from First Sunday, services will bens
each Friday at 8 p.m. Luke Jessie Giles la the president. Dado and reward Counties usual The Lord's Supper
Mesdames Frankie Glover and *vf rp well represented.The will tu administered during the '
MT. CARMEL BAPTISTRev. ST. MARY'S W M. Lee Gulens are competing for Sunday School o' Wia-, morning and evening, and the \*'
the title of Mrs. Auxiliary dom wm most wonderful and! choir will sing Jointly. 'j;
D. A.' Bradley, pastor Rev. H. V. Stuart pastor Board No.2.Gamble the officers, were as follows: Every loyal member is looking J\;'
Mrs. Christine Cohen, reporter .f twntrty Major, reporterO Prince R. L. William, /UDirln- forward to Sunday, Nov. j
.
..' And, behold I send the promise God help us to be masters Church terdent. Teachers, Prince D. 10, with high! expectations. )>
of my Father upon you: of ourselves that we may be Memorial William, Mother Martin. Bro. That's Woman Day at Temple .
but tarry ye in the city of servants of others. (OF GOD IN CHRIST) T. Williams Sister C. McKlnnevfc The general chairman, Mrs. ii

Jerusalem, until ye be endured Last Sunday we were very Elder J. C. Jackson, pastor Miss M. Stevens and Miss! D >. Williams, co-chairmen. Miss f
,with power from on high. clad to have the Social Saving Nathaniel Thomas, reporter Smith. Helen Smith and Mrs. Lula M. .'
Luke 24:19.: Club celebrate their twenty Our County Mother, V. MoWev Colebrook, with the captains j'I j
We are nearing the end of eighth Annivesary with us. Gamble Memorial Church of services were most edifyingand and memtfcrs say that "the
this year and so far God has Sunday, which will be the God in Christ was spiritually uplifting. moon !h the limit." The men
been very gracious to us all. Sunday there will be a blessed on last Sunday all day. The program Sunday night have pledged to back them all /
.Will you come with praying: short first testimony service after With the celebration of the annual was well represented by the the way. The choir of women, ;,
hearts this Sunday and let your the Lord's supper will be fourth Sunday Mission- many churches. with Mrs V. Strachan, orga'I,
i light' so shine everywhere so which administered. Both choirs will aries Day. The church enjoyedthe The sermons Were delivered nut and) chairman of the music +
4 that'-men may glorify in thee? ,music morning andn'We'will beautiful messages. The bv Elder O. Griffin and Prince committee, is taking shape r
furnish
We are very happy to have Cnoruleerfl rendered the music II. Williams. under the direction of Brother

the pastor and his wife back \ celebrate our church for the day. The evening mes- One person was added to the n. HeptAlrn. fi;
with us and pray that they hada November 11 at sage was delivered by our assistant Church. Speedy recovery to Mrs. Isa- '>i i
good rest while on vacation. Anniversary Watch our church pastor Elder Ira McCall. The president for the meet- dora Tynes who was Injured 'I
The fourth Sunday In this 800: p.m.the out line of our pro- The text was taken from the Injr was our pastor, Prince H. In an accident in her home,
month will be our "Woman news next week. book of Kings, "Loss my Acts." Mobley. G715 NW 17th Ave.. last week. '-
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA. CARD OF THANKSThe FRANCIS . RANGE . .

PAGE 12 SATURDAY NOVEMBER 2, 1P63 HENRY ROBINSON of 1351

,-, family of the late MRS. ALICE NEWTON of NW 40th St., died Oct. 23. He
7210 NW 17th Ct., died Oct. 29. had lived in Miami for seven
Services Saturday, 2:30: p.m: at His survivors Includesix
years.
CARDS .-- MEMORIALS St. Matthews Baptist Church sons, Josephus, David, Her-
, with Rev. N. F, Clark officiat- cheL Leo, James and Charlie,

, --,.- .n _...._.--.. .... .-, -- ing. Remains will be on viewat tw5 daughters, Mrs. Anna Butler -
"" "" -"" '''''''''''''- n'90 \
home {9 p.m. Friday until and Mrs. Hazel Hester,' a
GflRD! OF THANKSThe A CARDI 1 6 r 6:30: pm. Saturday; then at St. ,oninlaw Robert Hester. Ser-
I 8t Matthews, 7 a.m. Saturday. vices Saturday at Antioch Bap-

wish to take this methodto Survivors include her husband, tist Church of Brownsville at
The family of the late, express my deepest thanks r Fletcher, three sons Arthur, 1 p.m Final rites will be held

and sincere appreciation to my E'leveton and Harcort; three In Dublin, Ga.
relatives and friends and all daughters, Mrs. Mary Lee

the fine people who were so Fletcher, three sons, Arthur MRS ROSE LEAH IN-
wonderful to me during my lin and Mrs. Roslyn Paul; two GRAHAM of 14261 NW 23rd Ct.
recent Illness and confinementat t/rothers: Thomas and Harcort died Oct. 25. She had been a
home and at Cedars of Leba- Bullard; two sisters, Mrs. resident of Miami since 1913.
non Hospital. Blossom Dames and Mrs. An- Her survivors include her hus-

The cards, letters, telegrams, nie Stirrup. band, Ernest; two daughters,
II $ s x fh\ers} contributions, prayers -- Mesdames Erma Skiles and
CLEMUEL A. RHONE ofJeter's
and well wishes were so numerous Wilda Johnson; a grand daughter -
died
Goulds
that would b at a disadvantage Quarters in Ireta Skiles; two brothers,
to attempt naming' r ,Oct. 28. Arrangements are In- James A. and Rev. Paul A.
asr
all of you. omplete. Survivors includehis Walker. Final rites Saturday at
I :. .. wife, Sarah, a son, Clem- 1 at Greater New Bethel
pm.
I am at home once again, uel A. Jr., three step sons, Ed- Baptist Church with Rev. W.

'ecuperating and you continue J r ward, Blllie Jones and Jack, [rc. Smith officiating.
.o remember me. My prayerso two step daughters, Mrs Mary
with Indeed I 1EKGEANT WILLIE JAMES Jackson
; you always Frances
BLACKSHERE
11R: $. LEOLA
lid not realize that I had so
PRINCE if 2273 NW G5th St., did Oct.
,nany friends. I shall never forget JOHNNIE DEWBERRY of
26 at her home. She had livedIn
a single one of you. wish to take this method to ex- .)f G42 NW 2nd Ave., died Oct. Miami for two She is
x pres. our sincerest thank and >V at his home. Arrangements years.
Thanks, once again, to so friends survived by a daughter, Mrs.
the
jra'iude to incomplete.
: miny are
wonderful :Mattie Carey. Services were
people
nany my
"or npir! : expressly: ?? tym-
lends.. at St. John's Baptist
Thursday
ind til d!. in.tUrstinding SALLY JEANETTA CARTER
)at ly II. i cf I
Church with Rev. Thedford
Mrs. Hnrietta Sweeting shared by friends, ac- 3-year-old daughter of Johnson officiating. Final rites
and to the i :Mr. and Mrs Lee Andrew Car-
RACHEL BARBER 2720 NW 60th Street luaintances pastor, will beheld in Fort Valley,
Rev. P D. Brantley, officers ter of 510 NW] 7th St., apt. 38,, I Ga.
JEST :and members of Greater Israel died Oct. 28. Services Saturday

Bethel Primitive Baptist The 10 a.m. in the chapel. Other
wish to take this method to IN MEMORIAMIn numerous acts of kindness and .survivors include a brother, MISS ELLA SIMPKINS of
express their sincere thanksto thoughtfulness have served to grandmother and grandfather. 5038 NW 31st Ave., died Oct. 27.,
every one who in many ways alleviate sadness and make it She was a resident for almost
helped us to bear our burdenof loving of dear 25 Her survivors Include
memory my years. -
a bit easier for us to bear. MRS. YONNIE LEE HUNT,
with cards of msband
sorrow sympathy three sisters, Mesdames
of 214 NW 13th St. died Oct.
telegrams and beautiful Mrs Elease K. Prince. Eliza Garvin, Alice Hamiltonand
flowers, thanks to Rev. J J. And Family 23 Services were held Oct. 26, Victoria Peterson one
in the chapel with Rev. W. L. ;
William A.Al.e
Metropolitan
:
brother, James, a niece, Mrs.
Church Brown, Evans Gay : Newkirk officiating. Survivors
Emma Powell. Final rites and
Salmon, and so many others. CARD OF THANKS include a sister, Mrs Ona Mae services held In Greenwood,
Jackson.
We thank you all and may the
r' S. C. where she was shipped on
Lord shine his blessings
upon' # Mrs. Laura Smith of 1381 Wednesday.
you. j ,I' vr P'I NW G7th St., who has been RICHARDSON

Mrs. Eva Hanna, sister confined to Christian Hospitalfor . JOAN EDWARD CRAW-

and Grand children the past month and is now MRS PATIENCE JOHNSONof FORD of 2228 NW 57th St,
died October 27. He had lived
convalescing at home, wishesto
1921 NW 6th Ct., died Oct.
thank) all her friends who 27 in Lincoln Memorial Nurs- in Miami for eight years. Mr.
were so kind to her during Crawford's survivors are his
BARD OF THANKSWe 44Mz her illness. 2:30 nil: home.pm. from Services the chapel.Saturday Mrs., wife, Nettie, three children and

Especially does she wish to Johnson Is survived by a his parents, Mr. and Mrs.

the family of the late ? 5 thank the courteous and effi- daughter, Mrs. Gladys Johnsonof .J lames Crawford. Arrangementsare
._ _._ cient staff of Christian Hos- Incomplete.
-,-- "- Nassau, 'a brother Leon B.
+ for their wonderful
"t'. "' pital ser- Bethel of Miami, a sister, Mrs.
.'" vice and attention MR., MAMIE
Dr. W. A. Catherine Pinder of Miami, a COLE of 944
9 i Patterson, Dr. George Simpson niece NW 65th St., died October 29.
Mrs.
Margaret Flowers
r* d R 7H"'A and Father Lambert Sands She lived here
4 for 24 years. Sheis
( 5v a nephew, Albert Bethel, four
her priest. other nices. survived by two grandsons,
William Battles and Claude

"x'L I IH MEMORIAMIn I Jackson, a grand daughter,
Little
t 'NMI1 BRENDA LOUISE Mrs. Ernestine Bellamy. Services -

(, r F *: i PRATT, 10121 West Indigo St., Monday at 2 p.m. at St.
loving of Perrine, died Oct. 26. ServicesIn
EUGENE FORBES, SR. memory my James AME Church with Rev.
dear husband, the chapel Saturday at 11 J. B). Blacknell officiating.
vho departed this life October a.m. with Rev. J. B. Blake officiating -
MR. LOUIE GOLDENwho
::9, 1CG1.

Gone, but not forgotten departed this life Novem- Little
Sarah Forbes, wife and her 1, 10G2. YVERIAN THOMAS,
Family Gone, but not forgotten. May daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

,, he rest in peace. Franklyn Thomas, 313 NW
: w; rr:.a. ? Mrs. Isabella Golden, wife 10th St., was laid to rest in I ,: '
And l Family Evergreen Memorial Park on
IN MEMORIAMIn Friday.

4

sad but loving memory of, ST. LUKE BAPTIST BABY GIRL EVERETT, 268 '

: g BERNICE M. GIBSONvho HE'P.I VV William, pastor NW 11th St., was laid to rest '

i departed this life October Alt'!s=I. Hm! esbri! Green reporter Nov. 1.ALBERT.

11, 1901 | Woman's:; Day at St. Luke on I
RUTH N. PARKER Gone, but not forgottn. last Sunday was n spiritual and
I . .
May she rest in peace. financial Both
success ser-
wish to thank our many relatives The Family vices were enjoyed by all. For Mrs. Annie Bell Cooper, 0221N.

friends and neighbors for the morning service, Mrs. Rob- W. 21 Ave, died at home
thir sympathy and kindness
"'nson delivered a wonderful Oct. 22. Her survivors are 1 son,
toward us during his Illness and The 1 daughter, father and mother
message. evening service ,
death for their cards off IN MEMORIAMIn
sym 2 sisters
was most impressive.In and 10 brothers. She
pathy floral pieces telegrams
,
was sent to Americus Ga...Oct.
and the donation of the use of behalf of the pastor and ,
29 for final
loving memory of my rites.
their cars members we take this method to

husband, --.,- thank all who participated on '
Special thanks to Rev. Ben I our program. Wthout you, our Milton Freed Logan died at
son of Sailers Chapel A.M.E. program would not have been his home, 2100 NW 2nd Ct. Oct. 'I .
for officiating the eulogy and what it was. May God grant. 21 J. Graveside services at Evergreen r
toward us during her Illness and t,. you His choicest blessing in Memorial Park were con MRS. LAURA MARSHALL of
staff for such efficient services endeavor.The ducted Oct. 28. 1704 NW 69th Terr, died ,Oct.
rendered, Many God bless each your every 29. She had been a resident of
third Sunday at 3
pm
of you the Male Chorus of St. Luke John R. Collins, husband of Miami for more than 51 years

The Children will celebrate 'tits first anniver- Mrs. Laura Collins, 2481 N. W. and a memUer of the Second
sary. The public is invited. 153rd St. was accidentally kill- Court Church of God for as
long a period. She is
Deacon Floyd Davis, president ed while at work Oct. 25. Other survived
survivors are 2 sisers, 1 brother by her husband, Arthur, two
CARD OF THANKSWe { and Services daughters, Mrs. Yvonne Dil-
many many more.
Women of Mt. ZionA. lard and Edna
will be held Saturday-1.30: p.m.I I seven grand-
t *>t New Bethel Baptist Church children and six great-grands;
,
wish to express our M. E. her mother, Mrs. Beatrice
thanks and appreciation to the i.-: 11 My9l ., New Bethel Baptist Church, Hlnzey; six sisters and two
neighbors and friends of 68th One Sunady, Oct. 27 an over- Opa-Jocka, Rev. W K. Smith brothers.
St. for rendering such kind i .,.. whelming crowd witnessed a pastor, and he will be on viewin complete. Arrangements are in-

services in our hour of bereave- most successful Women's Day the chapel Friday at 1 p.m.

ment during the passing of the. The church was crowded all
late, I day Mrs. Jeanette Jackson, Alex Small, 22180 S. W. 122nd
chairman and ,her co-worker, Ave., Goulds died In Kendall 2 sons, Leroy and Walter; 2
PERCY HANNA I. Miss Jessie Bethey along with Hospital Oct. 28. Graveside services dauhters, Mrs. Juanita Major

who departed this life October all the women of the church, at Paradise Memorial sisters and Miss.and 2 MyrtIS brothers.Simmons; 4
wish to thank their many Gardens were held Friday at 1

17.Special thanks to the entire '1 friends who helped In any way pm. .

Irene Maud Roker towards making the day a supreme Orashla Simmons 1468 N.. W. Graveside services at Evergreen
family of MR. HORACE SHARPS success. A special thanks 6 Ct., deld in Kendall Hospital Cemetery were conducted;
of 1427 NW 68th St. who departed, this life Novem- Hattie Brace, the soloists and Oct. 26. Services will be conducted Wednesday at 10 a. m., for

,Sleep on beloved, sleep on and ber 1, 1962. Rev. Gay and his congregationfrom Saturady 2:00: pm. Tanya M. Nelson infant daughter
'take your rest. We loved you 'Tho he's gone his memorieswill Mt. Hermon. May God Temple Baptist Church Rev. L. of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey li
beet. be in our hearts forever. bless all of you. Everyone is al. A. Thompson pastor. His survi- Nelson of 7280 N. W. 21 Ave.
,Uut"Jesus loves you Mrs. Bertha Sharpe, wife I' ways welcome at Mt. Zion. j vors include his parents, Mr. She died in Christian Hospitalct.

The Family And Family Rev. H. E. Greene is pastor and Mrs. Theophllus Simmons;(> 28.



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RENT FREE. Lovely TIMES MIAMI FLA. "
CBS duplex, 1100 NW 14th Axe. MIAMI f<.t'.,, .". q. ;'
Drive by and call us. $GOO down, 1

bedroom owner pays, 1 closing side completely costs. 2- *---.... -.-" .... ... .... -:;.""- ....... .... ... -...... :;. .,. ... .>, r."? ..
fUrn, hardwood floors. Laun- ....
dry room Shell Realty, 42GO( !
NW 7 Ave. 758- 551. Central Life Insurance Co. of Florida


"VOlJlC I li'lCnNOIV': '' COMPANY; **
..
CBS S-BEDDROOM, 2 bat h, '
front jalousied porch, hard- MODERN AND ATTRACTIVE' POLICIES FROM : ,

> *. W\I\ r t I -r r 1... ...... wood floors, stove refrigerator, $1,000.00 UP 50000.00 ,' : 'C
large garage. Total $11,000, $350(
> : fOR hENt:" FOB SALE down. Shell Realty, 42CO NW Whole Life Endowment 1 ..7 t Educational r" ,... \tI
7 Ave. 758-5551, "
'HOUSE.' Large living room arid OWNER SELLING beautiful Mortgage Redemption .
m A"' l refrigerator and 3-bedroom bath
.beqrp<> 2 Fla. room,
stove Unfurnished, $20, week) enclosed garage. Open Sunday NO QUALIFYING Beautiful Retirement Combination Hospital
ly.: 1489 NW 54 St. P h o. n e 2-5, 1880 N\Y 38 St. like new CBS. Tile roof, awning And Home,
531-S1Q7. ,r,, c i windows, garage, tremendousbuilt : / ,
In kitchen, double door LSO"h '. '
FHA; TERMS 2-bedroom .,
1-BEDROOMAPT.$15; ) a week) CBS, Fla. tile roof, stove closets, huge landscaped lot. Family Group Plan, .J \ -
Adults only, ,phone"MU 1-7001, refrlg.. roomf large lot, near House Is ,full of beautiful furni-
Opa-lockai 12 Ave House Is spotless inside ture and modern appliances.A Father, Mother and all Children Under1 '21 Years of
I
'. and out. Price is 1 $11OOC bargain at $12,500 and pay- i Age Insured Under: One<,Policy
LOVELY t00M In new home with $250 down and $70 month ments are only $73 month.
Near bus and Jitneys, privileges Life Realty 4932 NW 7 Ave Life Realty 4932 NW 7 Ave. New-Borns Automatically Insured After 15 Days
Call 034-3134 All day PL 9-4371, Open Sundays PL 9-4371 Open Sundays. REPRESENTATIVES AND BRANCH OFFICES

Hat, fthd 6utt 4550 NW 10th STATEWIDE IN FLORIDA AND ALABAMA

place 3-BEDROOM CBS, plus CBS MOVING Must sell all household Call for representative in your city for additional
OM duplex oil large1 fenced in lot furniture, twin beds,
rID& fUrrt.. or partly); The house and the duple are double beds dresses, slmmons information

fUrfii AdUJts or \vlll; take a furn. and there are 3 stoves and hida bed, T4', three piece sec- ."'- "'-""'-""- ... -:;..,.""- ..... .. ... "'- ........ "' .... "- ...... ,. ... ............ -:;.... "- '-... .,....
slhali Child uiJ to 3 years old, 3 refrlg. Price has been reduced t tional end tables, basinette,
MU 1-0325.. $3,000 to $22,000 with only bathinette, stroller and other -
$1,500 down. Batik financed. items. Very reasonable, private,
Nl l E ROOM in private home Life Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave. CA G7098.BEAUTIFUL! .
With tlriVatd bath. .Call evenings PL 9-4371. Open Sundays and
! and mtirnihg.; OX 13827.A evenings, CBS, large Fla. For Rent or For Sale
room, front porch, air condit- ,
2 dR 3 BEDROOM house, NICE 3 BEDROOM 2 bath in ioners, rugs, drapes, fenced ,
partly furn.., near NW 27 Ave. good area. CBS, tile roof, stove, yard, frt: iit trees. Separate garage ,
bri G7th St Phone NE 4-0122. refrigerator, hardwood floors, can be cotivertcd( into an I
'. big kitchen, $450., down$13,700 apartment and has toilet and I 3 Bedroom House
ROOM IN Private home, pre Total A. Ben-Korl, Realtor, 714 shower. Price is $12,800, $300 I
fer a quiet sober man or couple. NW G2 St., nltes PL 9-5533, day; down and $72 month. Life I
Call 634-0654, 47th St. area. PL 4-3131, Healtr' 1932 NW 7 Ave. PL
Open Sundays.

DUPLEX, porch, one bedroom, LOVELY 3 BEDROOM corner: Built-in Oven and Range, Carport
adults stove and refrigerator, I near 7 Ave. Nice yard, tile roof,, NO QUALIFYING 3-bed-
4320 I'W 18 Ave. big carporte, seperate dinning room CBS in heart of Manor
room, expensive carpets, kit Park area. Freshly painted Inside .
-- -
ROOM Kitchen privileges, chen equipment $1 too down,, and out and has: Uoth car-
Clean $G.GO, $7 $8. Hot water, terms, A. Ben-Korl, Realtor,, porte and separate garage.: Only
gas to cook, 1817 NW 5 Ct. 714 NW 62 St. nltes PL 9-5533, $300 down. Life Realty, 4932
034-3177. Bertha Lee. lays PL 4-3131 NW 7 Ave. PL 0-4371, Open 13800 VAN BUREN STREET I
evenings and Sundays

PERbeautiful 2 apts., 2 ; CORNER 2 BEDROOM: dollhouse Live
bedroom duplex, unfurn., colored like new, $77., month NO CLOSING COSTS CBS
lust freneal nice
tile, bathroom, Wall oven, pays al Fla., room CBS, rent 2-bedrooms on each duPlexi Richmond Heights
10370 173 St Owner UN G-272G. carporte, $$11.500. Total, $350., furniture and t appliances -
down, Allapattah. A. Ben-Kori, you get
HOO total down paymentand
CUSTOM DUPLEX APT. 2- I Realtor, 714 NW (02) St. ntte PL monthly$ payments arc: so

bedrooms, tile bath, beautiful' 9-5533, days PI., 4-3431. low the rent from one side will CALL HI 8-1119
kitchen arid dining area. Adults nay it all Life Realty, 4932 NW
only. To see call 634-G333. $07.() MONTH PAYS all. Rip 7 Ave. PL 0-4371, Open Sundays -
CBS bargln In Allapattah. $nOOO, .
1-fcEDROOM) rear apt. Furn. 'Total $300 down. A Ben-Korl,
$75 month, includes utilities,, Realtor, 714 NW 02() St., nlte PL NO CLOSING COSTS 3-
good location, c all Fenster 9-5533, days PL 43.131.FOR bedroom CBS, 2 baths, large
Realty, PL 9-8779. I rooms. Huge kitchen, screened
RENT OR LEASE: front porch 2 car garage: Only Finest Selections in Miami
1-B DDE IIOOM, rear apt. Unfurnished For long or tort terms, Iflooms $13,000 with $100 down. Rest
$85 month. Modern, with 20x40 hallway In street in Manor Park. Life Lovely homes- Open
good! location, call Fnster he renter Suitable for door? Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL .
'
Realty, PL 9-87791.' .r doctors with a drive In 9-1371 New, Low Down*, Payment
,TRW 4 BEDROOM. 2 bath InVest SS THAN RENT
:
Hollvwood. Small down sWWnr,;yJ.4UJJI.JtU.UoIUZ..4'JI ,7 EZ TERM' --'P ;
WITH OPTION to buy 4 Wed- "j]
nvment. bank financing Call J_ \ml ,
rooms, 2 tile baths, laundry : .' .. -
rooms terrazzo floors, 2915 NW vJE 4- )500. Indf, HANNAH MOTEL .., /' .. .f. ',, 1 '
SO r St. Call 111 8-1119. 230 NW Slt Street N
AND LOT, 1780 NW
HOUSE WEEK OR
FlKNISHED or unfurnished 70th St. Phone PL 8-3070. DAY, nwGiknew 1! CBS: 2-bedroom, hardwood floor, awning
bed- N16 ROOMS appliance] $400 down, $75 per
ajiu In Opa-locka area. 1- OVERNIGHT "window' and ,
rootn unfurnished. $15 week, 2- month. $12,500 total price.,
hearoom unfurnished. $18, T 5 BUICK CENT. 2-dr. H.T 631-45 NW 32nd St. ., .
bedroom furnished $21 2bed4oom Like new. $10 down, $31 , '. *
month\ also '53 b u I c k 2-dr. Phone 635-4643 250 NW 51st Street

Rental Agency. NE 40500Tndf) H.T. Like new, $10 down, $18 Beautiful CBS 3-bcdroom. hardwood) floor, 'tile roof,

LoVELY EFFICIENCY for 1 or' for.nonth Luckle., IHOl OX NW 1-9714.f.2nd St. Ask Lovett Hutcheion, Mgr.Indla.uzJfJIJ1f.JI'.IrJ carporte and appliance $400 down, $75 per month,

"2 adults', $15 per, week to right $12,500 total price.
:party. NE 555566.:2BEDROOM .ravrL&: .
BEAUTY SHOP fully equip- [ -----

; HOUSE, large ped, air conditioned. Call OX 285 NW Slat Street

,:living room dining room coldwater 1-1692, home OX 1-0017.( THE FINE ARTS Lovely CBS 3-bedroom, oak floor, tile roof and appliance -
screened porch. Hot and
' big yard, also one bed- 1 NEW % wood Jalousled CONSERVATORYProudly *. $400 down, $68 per month. $12,000 total
room apt. Nice neighborhood.,. -loors. OX 1-0789. price
Ph. FR 4-4685. 7 N2 Pre'"tsOne ----
_ broker, new
BY OWNER no
1.RF}D ROOM furnished apt. AI' 3-bedroom house, all electric Evening Only 290 NW 48th Street

utilities downtown area. $18 ef, kitchen and many other extras. CBS 2-bedroom, Fla. room, hardwood! floor
fjclency, $13. Call MIcklni Rental West Hollywood. 5250 SW 23 TUESDAY, NOV. 26 Lovely month. $12,500
Agency. NE 40500. Indf St. Call OX 1-5453. D7 and tile roof. $400 down, $77 per

The prerelened premiere. total price.
JLARGE HOUSE. Can be used VO QUALIFYING. Move right engagement -...- .. s -------
Jfor a rooming house or a nursling -
$17per
school, Brown Sub. Also in. Total $7,900.2-bedroom$350 down.completely SIDNEY POITIER 1748 NW 42nd Street
!'fflclency furnished at 5000 NW week. this CBS 2-bedroom,
(urn. Front and rear porch The Field" Owner pay closing costs on
:27 Ave. upstairs, also two apts. "Ullie of
by and down $57
'on 49 St. 4844 NW 27 Ave. Apt. extra large lot. Drive 4260 NW oak floor, garage and appliances, $259 ,
'2, 3. NE 4-1714. N2 come to Shell Realty, Tickets call MO 1-7807 per month. $8,300 total price.
758-5551.
7 Ave.
.
,
-_.-9'0 ;J
1-BEDROOM APT. furn. $17.50, T "
1853 NW 44 St. PL 83901. 1058 NW 39th Street

FOR SALE OR RENT FOR SALEIf Owner nay closing coat on this lovely CBS 3-bedl-
EQUIPPED BARBER SHOP. I
hardwood floors and carporte, $400
Will rent or sell to right party. have $900 room, Fla. room
Located 1262 NW 62 SIt. Phone your down, $85 month, $12,000 total price.
UN 6-6314 or FR 9-2110. 2-bedroom home. 9 >
Come lee this beautiful landscaped:

HIGHEST, CASHpprices 'paid Large Fla. room and breakfast room. Garage and News Realty Inc.The .

for lots in NW Liberty. Cityarea "
UN 6-0007. utility room. ( Broker that work for you)

L'... CHILD CARE Open cl'*+.wn to dusk 4600 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 4-0655

NICE care for children. Mrs.PJnd 1285 NW 52nd Street (Open Sunday) '
r. HI 8-6735. Pick up and
deliver. Children fro m six ,
ft5JJ..tbJ'to.! five years. -




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HAPPENINGS IN OUR SCHOOLS NAACP HAilS COURT'S





OCT Amateur Night-Parade of Stars at North r DadeThe RULING ON PROTESTS ',.


news Is out that the MIAMI TIMES, MIAMI, FLA.
DCT Club (Diversified Cooperative The U.S Supreme Court reversal -
Training) of North PAGE 14 SATURDAY NOVEMBER 2, 1963 off the conviction of 373

Dade High School has set the NAACP young people arrestedfor SOCIAL SECURITY
date of Friday, November 22 demonstrations in Orange-
for the return of its annual attraction burg, S.C.,, was hailed here this A
I is the much requested B. T. Washington Community week by NAACP Executive
DCT Amateur Nite and Parade Secretary Roy Wilkins as vin-
of Stars, which missed dication of the students' rightto
last year for the first time ina School Plans SurveyAt protest against racial segre- '
long string of successful pre- gation and other forms of dis- i 7
sentations and boasts of start- the last Steering Committee crimantlon. .a. aano-_ ...... -
Ing many young talented peopleon meeting committee members George W. CarverG.
their way to stardom. made final plans for the "doO The young people, most of A ,good many people 65 and
Among the many outstanding to door" survey campaiwhich G. W. Carver Elementary them members of NAACP unitsat over are losing monthly social
Emcees have been "The King' began Monday in the School is planning its orbital Claflin and South Carolina security payments because they
Coleman, Miss Blanche Callo- downtown central district. The flight into the worlds know- State college here, were arrested have not recently checked with

way, Wally Futch, and many purpose of this survey is to sledge, techniques and development convicted and sentencedto their social security office, according -'
others. cruit and encourage interested L in observance of Ampri- 30 clays each in Jail or $50.00 to Edward P. Blonston,
Among the long list of talented persons in the community to can Education Week. The Rocket fines for participating In peace- district Social Security -
group and individuals are participate in the facilities and I "Education Strengthens the I ful sit-ins at Jim Crow lunch in in the Miami North area

The Impalas, The Naughty activities being offiered at the the Nation," will blast off and i counters In Orancreburg These people fall into two
Fleas The Tropics and Jets, 19GO. A total of 450 studentswas
School. will be the
Community orbiting for week of
The Marvells! Valtones, Five November arrested in connection with main groUps. In the first groupare
10.
Soul Bros. Little Miss Janet demonstrations. those who do not believe
The all important Lyceum these
I Planets of viewed
Delmirers and The Down- importance, they have worked long enough
King, held its
beats. Many of these are expected group Tuesday night.weekly,Two meeting during the flight will be At the time of the trials, under social security to qualify -
to appear among the groups "Back to School Night Parents President Eisenhower was 'urged for payment. Changes in the
entertained in the
Parade of Stars portion of theevening's of were their leaders homes where Children Luncheon" Day, and by the NAACP "to act Immediately law in receht years have reduced (!-
entertainment.All group PTA Night. to have .the Attorney the amount of work requiredfor
elementary schools are they listened to records by The community Is urged to General Join In the defense." payments. Therefore, if you
Bach, Beethoven a nd Billings' take this flight with us for the the Pre-
applicationsfor conference
invited to request and At a news have not applied for social security -
their talented students, were served refreshments entire week by visiting and observing sident had expressed himself as or discussed your eligibility -
schools throughoutthe before departing for home. An \ the many Interesting sympathetic with
for the high being "deeply for since I960
payments
,
DCT other group was taken to the displays that show children
county. North Dade our the efforts of any group to en-
considers this effort a big stepin movies; while the other remaining . 's progress and the developing Joy the rights of equality that fy try for again monthly, You may payment.The rioqual1. ,

public relations.A groups held discus of a better Understanding of are guaranteed by the Constitu-. second those,"
are
sions here at the school. The the techniques used in every- tion." group
fine selection of elaborate group will visit Miami Beach day teaching. who are 65 and over and are"

trophies will be offered in all auditorium November 0 to hear We sincerely invite our par- The students, were represented still working. It yoU dre in this

divisions. This includes senior, the University of Miami Sym- ents to bte astronauts so that by NAACP attorneys Matthew category, you may be eligiblefor
Junior, and elementary groups phony orchestra American Education Week will Perry and Lincoln Jen- some benefits. Many people
and single entries. There will We extend throughout the and kins.::: On appeals to higher believe that if they earn over
three prizes in each group. So Sports and informational the to come. year courts attorneys from the $1,200 in a year, they cannot
if you can sing, d a n c e do films will be shown in the gym: Parents years are the teachers': NAACP Legal Defense and receive benefits. This is not theca

comedy numbers, acrobatic every Thursday beginning shipmates; we need your par- Educational Fund joined the de e. For instance, a man over
stunts or anything you consider October 31 at 7:00: p.mi High ticipation to expand the know- fense. G5 with a wife who is also 65

original, it may win a prize for lights of pro football games and ledge and develop the capabilities or older may, depending upon
you. Just contact the North our own Booker T. Washingtongames of our boys and girls at On Oct. 21. the U. S, Supreme the amount of his benefit, makeas

Dade High DCT Club. Prince were featured Thursday George W- Carver Elementary I. Court, in a three-line order, reversed much as!! $3,500 a year and
Williams is the president and
night Supreme
tht South Carolina -
still receive
School. some payments
Jessie Gay Is chairman of the On Friday, Senior high school Court which had twice from social security. In the

Amateur Nite.Nathan girls from all over the county Mrs. Isabelle S. Blue, affirmed the convictions. The I case of a single person, It Is
PrincipalMrs.
oartlclpated In a Volleyball l order cited an earlier Supreme possible In some instances to
Young PTAThe 'Sports Day. Winners will be an- Alice Shipp, Reporter Court decision which had void- receive some payments even

nounced next week. ed the Convltions Of 187 :NAACP ,though the worker makes $2900

Nathan Young PTA had Sunlight Chatter Box youth members arrested foi a year Regardless of earnings,

its regular meeting on Monday will represent Booker participating In demonstration' payments can be made for any
night Oct 21 at 8 p.m. in the Washington as Miss Homecoming Visitors are welcome to Sunlight nt tho Capitol grounds in month in which a person earns
school auditorium this year? Organlzaions are School Open House beginning Columbia S. C. In that decision $100 or less!! and is not activein
Since deep and sincere concentration now submitting names of Nov. 4 through 8. the students had a right to a business of his own. If

I is being placed on Candidate for the contest these The alumhl had Us monthly demonstrate peaceably. his total earnings for the year

arithmetic throughout the persons must agree on running. meeting on Monday. The chap South Carolina court are $1,200 or less, paymentsmay
The
county, we acquainted our parents Members of the Athletic As* ter has been requested to Ofganlze held that the students( ,had no be made for every monthIn
with the new arithmetic in other cities.
soclatlon are not eligible to run. nermit to march and that the the year.
approach being used in is
The alUmni Welcome attend
our Students tb of thcs situations only
school system are now putting: Demonstrations took place In a In any
Mrs. Mary Jenkins second "north efforts in preparing for the annual prom and climate of "very high tensionon to you, get in touch with
a uation exercises.We ..
district
Re-evaluation. social security -
Organizationsand the part of Negroes and your local
classroom are asking the public to The Miami North
grade teacher, acquainted the groups are spon- Whites. office.
"orlnsj: "Operation join us at our graduation exercises Office Is located at 234
parents with some of the various ! Clean-up". District
method and techniques of Groups will also work weekends which will be held at Mt. The Supreme Court on March NE 79th St. An application is

teaching arithmetic in the pri- to accomplish their aim. All ZIon Baptist Church, 301 NW 18, 19G3 remanded the Orane- effective as much as 12 months
nersons Oth St., Nov. 8 at 3 pm. hurg case to the South Caro- id elgned.
It
mary grades. She demonstratedthe are urged to learn information before the month
following: and facts about the In the Sunlight Room on lina decision. The South Because of this, It is POssW, *in
school and Thursday afternoon the juniors upheld the lower court conviction benefits forthe
1. program. and seniors competed for It this some cases, to pay
Sets. "They've done It again!" The prizes was ruling preceding 12 months. Therefore -
2. The.use of the placeholder. Booker T. Washington Torna- 'for creating hair styles. Prizes which was finally reversed by It is important that you
3. Addition and substractlon aloes defeated the f rod have been given by Mrs. Cherry the Supreme Court, do not delay In checking with
with Hemphill and Mrs. Fredie M.
the number line. vils of West: Palm Beach by a the Social Security Administration
4. Number names. score of 24-0. Will they do it Washington.- regarding your status. It
again? Why We are still wondering who loss of
not see: the Tornadoes further
Mrs. F. T Scott, a six grade In action will be the coveted Miss Sun- may present
teacher, demonstrated some of as they take on light! We have a variety of payments which are rightfully
Carver Hornets I
Join The NAACP
Nov. 1 check todaylHII
the
the various methods and tech- Miami Stadium. at beauties competing. H ere Is yours. Don't delay,
niques used in teaching arithmetic 7:45: Game time Is wishing the best of luck to
Students
p.m. are asked to
on the intermediate level. show good sportsmanship going them all.-Lesene, reporter. ; ,; 'iiIK.' woman'sCIl
Among the many techniques to and KIT PROPHET .'
Mrs. Scott coming from the game. :
demonstrated were: Remember that "Good Sports- ,t True Lender

1. The number bases. manship" is a part of loyalty to are progressing in school. :ll Venr of ExperienceUMiop ,<< <<
2. Converting from other the school. After the game a Students have the privilege Hunter l Is well IifOWIb art

number bases to our num- dance will be held in the School to compete with other students PROF. HUNTER
ber base. Gymnasium. of their grade level In Intra-
3. Regrouping mural Sports. These sports include If yon are ulrk worried' or In w
4. Expanded Congratulation: to Patricia Basketball, Softball, Volleyball troubled this l la the place to come
notation. Harrell Miss Athletic Association touchball (for boys) Hon'ttn) In the rut, rash back ;,
Both demonstrations were etc. The public Is invited to the veil<< of had| hick that seen
beautifully: done and the I watch the after-school games. to hold you In ,your track, and .
enjoyed participating. parents As- Parents are urged to come to I. No admission. advance forward by the help of
a surprise and as an evaluation the P.T.A. Meeting held once a Bethsheba Dean Community Cod under the leadershi! of
both teachers< gave a short quiz, month. The next meeting will I Reporter Prof. hunter who has 33 years

at the conclusion of their dem. speaker be held will November be Doctor 13.Joe The ....... . . . . . . . . of experience h* spiritual and 4
onstration, but most Hall occult science. Make your home :
of the :
parents showed them that they Superintendent; of Dade County WARNER HINES happy lit will show you how
were keen listeners and observers Public Schools. If you are Interested to bypass your enemies and get the things that life demand
by making an "A" in your child's welfare, for you. Come one, come all. Healing meeting every Wednesday -
quizzes. on the why not come to the P.T.A., Painting Contractor at the Spiritual Temple of Zion, Inc., 5417 H.W. 17th 8t,
meeting? A conference day for N'.,., MnTliMvnofl, 4?h __ 7>W) It.m

Officers Martin and Riley of parents will! be in school par-
the Opa'-locka' Police Dept. were' no pupils will be In school par- bra
visitors at our meetig. Officer ents!!! are given the oppurtunlty k ,
Riley spoke to the group on to find out how their children ?

"Juvenile Delinquency." He
-
told the group of some of the
mentary School.
,.,
causes of :
juvenile
delinquency\ .
Anthonv Simons Jr., on behalf -
and of some of the ways !in of the Goodwill industries
!
which to recognize it in the ',
nresented an award to the
early stages. He solicited our Scouts and Scouters. w., ;l

proem in 'working with this The final event of the evenIng ,I'' A4 n"1' f
of juvenile deliqucn- f' r i
] was general remarks and r "
cy.We words of thanks to our participants : Licensed and InsuredBy
were also honored to have '
by our principal. Mrs. City and County
among our guests, Mr. Anthony Joseuhine D.: Mackey. 5417 S.W. 17th Street W. Hollywood Florida
Simon, Sr., PTA president of Albert Tresvant, president; Service phone FR '9-8685 ,
North Dade High School and Mrs. Josephine Mackev. princi- I mile" east State toad 144 3 milts west of Hallandale on
Mr. Howard Coachman PTA FREE ; North; side of the road. Office hour 1 to 8
p.m. Sunday
pal Mrs. Hazel ESTIMATESIndf p.m.
; W Matthews .. .
t tn .1 p.v ', ,.",. n...,_hv ante and fnantv. Reading
president of Bunche Park Ele- reporter. -. +++++. . . . . . .+.. daily.

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Seaking at a capacity Slat' to be a failure, the only solution Teachers will visit the churches At an Anglican Church con- Mrs. Blanche Galloway District, Unit-
chairman for
ed Fund
sponsored Rally at the University to America's race problem I of their choice in the commun- held recently in Toronto,
gress 1 II her is!
California's lies in ;. area reports area
of Dwindle complete separation, he ity.
Canada Bishop Richard Eme- preparing for the Nov. 10
Plaza at Berkeley, Minister said, "The black people here in ,
Malcoln X, national representative America must be allowed to go I Monday, November 11, 10G3;: rick of Mlcnigan charged that klckoff. Persons interested in

of Messenger Elijah Mu- back to their own land and Devotion, Guest Speaker Mr. segregation was treason to volunteering and to solicit just between one

hammad leader of the Muslims,, people, instead of waiting a-I D. D. Dobbs "Learning Opportunities Christ. lie said, "A fundamental 40th block and 54th residing Sts. from 7th to
round i for all" teaching of Faith Is that
indicted America's white liberals another thousand years our 19th A ves., please call PL
for the White there Is oNe human race and a
for their hypocrisy and man to have a
Tuesday, November 12, 1003;: Whereever 0-6383, or contact the following
named them the real criminals change of heart and then solve Devotion, Guest Speaker Miss common fellowship. captains.Mrs. .
their segregation it is a sin.
in the oppression and exploitation problems. M, Plummer, "Quality Teach appears
It is not sinful to be We to eat
of the Negro lona Allen, 635-783-1.
ing, and "Back to School
But the White doesn'twant with
man with my brethren or pray Ezekiel Burrows, 757-0167.
He warned his listeners that the Negro to go back to Night. my brethren." Mrs. J. L. Bryant, 750-6015.

America stands in danger of his own people and his propaganda Wednesday, November 13, Mrs. W. H. Fuller, 634-1263.
exploding ihttt a bloody race machine is at work Devotion, Guest Speaker Mra. It is good to hear a high Mrs. Sadie Vincent, 635-6203.
war" MaTceltt>) X said, "White ibcrats day and: night to make tho church official speaking up for
lot A. Mickina, "A Balanced Cur- The churches should Miss Janet Williamson, 537-
lit the Ntjrth hake a Negro think that no matter riculum" Justice.
how bat lead the war on prejudice, 8907.
of horse over what happening! things are getting
in the, south, this is designed here In America, they are better Thursday, November 14, 10C3: since they are the which expoundersof Let's have a successful
laws were
keep the Negroes' nilhd closed than they would hy- Devotion, Gudst Speaker Mrs. God's Ills Pro- United Fund Drive!
state earth
brought to by
to what's really going on in the where else." Malcblm1 Athalie tlange, "Community phots I
North." Resources.! /
DESTINY HANG IN
Nbverriber 1903 Such action, however, seems no separation or discord."
White liberals were blamedfor BALANCE Friday, 15. :
of
thee general policy
far from It Is to be hoped that more
Devotion Guest Mra.
building the vicious trap of He concluded with the warn- Speaker churches. According to Liston church leaders will come for-

ignorance, poverty, disease and ,ng that the destiny of Americaand Dana Dorsey Chapman, "Fin- Pope, who wrote "The Kingdom ward to condemn segregation.This .
death, which surrounds and all those black people? who ancial Support"Saturday Beyond Caste," and the will help us to overcomeour
eventually ensuares all N groes!'* fall for the White mans false, November 16, 1963: studied opinion of churchmenand present state of separationand
News Bulletins will be sent to
empty promises hangs In the layman alike churches are discord, and enable us to
Malcolm X said
"white liberals the radio stations and the newspaper -
balance "come of bulwark of -
saying out the segregation
the greatest become that one fold that is
into urge white Negroes to here my people be not part- in the nation. Mr. Pope destined to live In the heavenly -

move to white schools neighborhoodsand know- takers of her sins neither of Mrs. Mary Ford Williams says, "This Is the church's saddest kingdom on earth.
go her plagues, flee for lives hour."
your I Principle I
full well that when
Ing they tad yourselves!" ------
save
do, the whites will evacuatethe The meeting was then openo Denis R. Thomas, Reporter It is unfortunate that the
neighborhood and the from the audience. Scriptures of Judaism' and
questions The NAACP!II
school ns though the Negro is Dne: of the "hoW Christianity are vague on tho Join
questions was,
contaminated These question of color, possibly be-'!
same
will you get this land you want, Seven CommunitiesAdd of'1
whites will move to the suburbs cause color of skin was [
how will there?
and you get
and set up another Illy- little concern in earler; days. I

white community leaving the Malcolm X answered, "we 6,200 Voters Today this problem Is both
Negro living in a newly formed had no trouble getting here." vital and urgent. It Is Interest- I

ghetto. He explained how the Negrowas NAACP-sponsored voter registration Ing to note that In the Baha'l f
brought to America In campaigns this fall in Scriptures, revealed about 100
Because these formerly White chains and gave 310: years off seven southern communities vears ago, clearly defined teach.
owned houses are sold to Negroes free labor to this country. In have added some 0,200 new ings on race can be found. It

(by White liberals) at return the Muslims believe the'ederaf Negro voters, W. C. Patton, the states, "All humanity are the / Pa

exorbitant prices the Negro goverhment should pay association's field secretary for children of God they belong to

had to take roomers Into his ;transportation and support voter registration reports the same family, to the same
homo to. help l make the pay- their Nation for the ttext 20 to human race. There can be no

ments't the resulting crowded 25 years: This is classified: as Communities covered by Georgia Mr.Patton's multiplicity! of races, since all
Conditions stop all opportunities Hick-wages. survey include are the descendants of Adam.
for Negroes to live DeKalb County 450 Ne-
peace- This signifies! that racial assumption -
ful, clean, decent and moral NEGRO NATIONIf groes newly registered; Florida and distinction Is no-

lives," he said. the government does not Orange ,County, 980; Ocala, thing but superstition . God I
Marlon County, 1,001;;
to 1,500; these divisions ,
return
want the Negro to did not make '
+ 1 aAV
Under 220 '
sttttti conditions the Mississippi Laurel, ;; 4Y
} Africa, the alternative Is to set We are of one physical race
ottlv provider Negro Louisiana Baton Rouge 200,
many
of
aside of the United are of one plan
Children a part oven as we
know is the White Tennessee Memphis, 000. "
the Negro can
Welfare States, where human body.
worker.
He added,
;et up his own Nation. lIe said During the summer, Mr. Pat-
"many of them think of him as "Indeed, the world of human-
their father and In many cases that if the government can ton reports, 10,302 were quali- ity Is like one kindred and one
this Is true." end foreign aid to communist fied to vote in Memphis alone. family. Because of the climatic
countries such as Pol 1 a and,
NO REAL INTEGRATION Czecnosovakla and Yugoslavia, Campaigns in these and other through conditions the of passing the of zones the,

''t should be glad to contribute communities are continuinguntil
Levelling his sharp tongue the colors have become
registration is closed, Mr. ales,
and wit at the Integratlonlsts' 'o the establishment of a free Patton said.A different. In the torrid zone, on I ALL FKIKNim AND MEMnUlM
afforts,. and claiming there is ''ndependent nation of Black account of the intensity of the lIAJfAIU TIIKIIl

no real integration anywhere, ">eonle. community sponsored two effect of the sun throughout the DONATION TO TUN . .

only miserable failures in attempts When a questioner asked Mr. week crash drive In Miami added ages! the Mack race appeared. SPIRITUAL TEMPLE OF

to integrate schools and X what was available doesn't 5,540 voters, an increaseof In the frigid zone, on accountof ZION, Inc.
housing. Malcolm X declared"as 10 percent. the severity of the cold and
ilreadly belong to somebody. of the heatof At the home of this vice prrsident -
ineffectiveness
long as the integration He replied, "You took this land the throughout the ages nml trciiMirrr. Him In. also
happy Negroes were clamoringfor way from the Indians, sothat's the sun In the one of our ordained inlnUtorR.
the White man's schools and the white race appeared.
no problem. NCNW Women to Our charter In. roRlntrred In
the yellow,
zone,
houses, the Whites could always temperate
Another student asked whyan't into ISrownnl nml Dada Counties
and red races came
to the suburbs brown
move out Infiltrate the
tart their "separated White political Negroes machine and use the Look at Selves existence. But In Because reality man-it Is L. HUNTER, D.D.
kind is race.
one
'Communities" all over again. bower structure to their own there 1657 N.W. 73rd St.
will take a lookat one race unquestionably
now the Negro leaders are de- I 'eneflt. Negro women and I
ending white men's jobs And themselves today during the must be unity and harmony

White men can't move to the Malcolm X replied that It 28th annual convention of the ..
suburbs and create new jolt night be possible, but that Matlnn.il Council of- Negro WO-

for themselves, so the Negro there are only two courses men, Inc., Nov. 13-17 in Wash-

.demands for jobs must lead to open to Negroes entering po- ington, D. C.

violence and bloodshed." Mtlcs. One is to become a puppet The convention will have OPEN SUNDAYSWIG

He continued, "the White of the White power structure; headquarters at the Statler
should never be of the opinion the other is to be independent Hilton Hotel In this city.
that Negroes still harbor the mad really speak for the Black

fear of thlr slave-parents. Our neople. A two-day Leadership Semi-
people have lost all fear-we To be successful Negro politician nar will precede plenary sessions -
have ceased turning our non- support of the lack and provide the forumof SALE!

violent other cheek." Mr. X' masses in necessary and to get inquiry into the convention

quoted from the Bible the Mosaic he support of black people, theme: "The Negro Woman in
"
Code of 'an eye for an eye one must speak in terms the the Emancipation! Century. SUNDAY SPECIAL

and a tooth for a tooth,' also, black man can understand, he convention 1II
w
Un the Holy Koran, the believer 1:1fd. And a politician who man- The_ call to ._ '
the s
is given the right of self de- 1 iM to do so Is I Issued tnw President weeK by Miss group Dorothy WIGS at $59FREE
Whites as an National
Jfense where It statesfight "condemned by of New York
'with those who fight with you." extremist, racist and hate I. Height,

:Saying "Negroes will pay for eacher." City. .. -,-.r'J
!freedom with. their lives if The National Council of Negro :" Head Block

:need be"MunAMD1AD Liberty City; Plans Women, Inc., has a membership -
of 25 National Organ-
:: LIKE MOSES WeekIn izations In 47 states representing '\ and stand with
Minister Malcoln likened the Education nearly three million women.

role of Elijah Mu- Direct membership Is in 07 local
Messenger
conjunction with the annual each purchase
and junior coun- a
'hammad te that of Moses, sent of American councils ;
God Hebrew observance cils In 37 states.A .
by to free the
Education Week, Liberty City,
slaves from Pharoah, Americaas Elementary' American Edu- leadership core of direct MAKE THATCHANGE

the land of bondage and the cation Week Committee which membership comprised ol

government played the role of l fq chaired by Mrs. Mary L.' 857 Life Members. NOW
Pharoah in his analogy. '
Thomas and co-chaired by Mrs.I

He accused the "Catholic Fennie Henry wish to extendan
invitation to the communityto O- .. a1( ]I f fI'
Administration in Washington,
D. Cof. playing political:football visit with us during its oh- Center
with the Negro and said servance. commencing on Sun If Starlet Wig
dav. Nevember 10-18, 1963.
that the Kennedy civil rights
would turn America The general! them! l ler "Ban- HI-SAIITY 1 ( tin
program 751-1318
cation Strengthen the Nation 1079.NW 54th Street -
into a dictatorial police state, Florid
the following agenda Is _......_.
but the Negro would still be and

)>eRdng for freedom. planned:
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E'cL.' ::: : Robbery"There South Carolina 'News from /,

AItlH .. was a big gold" is stripe the
down the
right side.
PINDGR I.2:2.SJ! description 11-year-old Linda Farmer IndictedFor Florida N'AACP',:" '
: Jackson gave of the car in
,. which four men drove after
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holding up the Puritan Dairyat '.., Mr. 1... O. Harper, St. petersurfT -
mour and James Major may be 7101 N. Miami Ave. And it SlaveryHeld $ ; C vie Leader: and'a$ In- '
THIS IS TUB TIME of year mailing invites to a Nov. 10 : :
when ,there're a whole lot of merger . James Horne, for- worked. 5 firuc'nt' at OiHis Junior College -'
hand shaking; big smiles and mer composer and newspaper ; Twenty minutes later OfficerP. Father of 4 wlljjdellver the closing($ :'3d-: 't:
that same old line about being\ make-up man for this sheet is B. Ward picked up the car. 'dress ar the annual J'Veedohl)" <
"from the North.\ ; or having in the Army stationed some- Mrs. Carrie York, who managesthe A federal grand jury In Columbia Award ,Dinner. Additional 8-; .,
"wokred in Negro areas" for so where In Souse Ca'lina.PB I store, picked out the occu- S. C. Indicted the own-
many years and good nature. ------ pants in the lineup, and Edward I er of a large farm Wednesday wards will be made to outstanding -
talk and hat/Its. Winslcy, 23, and Richard In what qno official called ,"the workers In the area of civil
Today we aren't as eager to r\ GREGG Moore, 21. both of 375 NW 10th first case of slavery In at least rights and to branches "'doing'.
give in to'the traditional traits Hamn has mostof Terr., and W. E. Brown, 22, of 40 years." their 1' in
l adVanclng the
$ are
candidates who visit (inmost
of the :
1475 NW 6th court charged "
were
the South- *" ,
cases the first and only t Floridarum with armed robbery.The Robert Moultrle Cook, 48, work :.07 the Assoc ii1. ,
one) to get endowed or Infor- east the farmer, was accused of violating Branches standing
mation on the Big Brothers in drinkers fourth man apparently 1: laws prohibiting Invol- I tas possible
winners
arc Jacksonville)
our polltlcal'pot.. s switching Bacardi. The to escaped with' the gun and untary servitude"and peonageby :Miami,.. Tampa and'#Volusla.,4-. .
About 3 a.m. Thursday 1 hada popular andi money. forcing a Negro laborer to Smaller Branches being men-
fine chat with two politicians i likeable s.l1esrepresentative: Linda was making her work against his will. tioned for outstanding work
whom I have known for many I nightly trip 'to buy Ice cream The farm is located near are Panama City, Aluchua
years. We chatted about a few I who did such when she saw the car and the Johnsonville! in the extreme County and Marion
candidates, two in particular, '" in- hnncrun j i o b man with a gun in his hand. southeastern part of Florence
NAACP State officials
and the good and bad view for Kessler and Gallagher and County. pre-
hid behind tree and dict that this Conference, will
points on why the sheriff Burton while with Miami She a
should lie elected by the people.I crown Distributors, is the first watched what happened. Clyde Robinson, an assistant oe the largest ever held by theAACAP.
U. S. district
attorney In .
think we should elect the .
in the Bacardi sales
sheriff. Too much is bel n g Negro Incidentaly, Gregg had Charleston, coordinated in the The Theme adopted" for the
placed one department. group. Investigation. He said so far as Conference Is "Freedom Now.....
upon ..
last
birthday Saturday.
x 2 South Dade Men he knew, it was the first such In Florida"
TO I case In the South for 40 years.

Satellite OVER there's at the TIlE BROWNSVILLE lll'{'.) Held in AttackEarly Max Roy McKenzie, father of
something new will soon be lighted up as well fpur.> was held in "involuntary ------
that really 1 as the Opa-locka area is now. Sunday morning a 4G- servitude and peonage" to work Join NAACP! << .
4 com pllmentfthe The Metro Commission Tuesday year-old South Dade woman off alleged debts owed Cook>
atmisphere. approved a resolution cre- was dragged from her bed and the grand jury was told. r-r :::::: ;:: :::: ::: :::
It's Jimmy ting the Brownsville Street raped in a nearUy wooded area
District . Sharon When McKenzie
Crawford, the Lighting by two men, Metro detectives tried to \
young lad that ;Hepburn, ninth grade student reported. leave the farm, officers said, head with! a pistol and used
sings, and 'rom Mays Junior-Senior Highin Cook arranged his arrest In "other force'; to "make him
CRAWFORDplays -- Goulds, Is one of seven top Henry Lee Ballard, 36, of Lake City May 7 on ,charges of work in the fields," said tJ. S.
so much like Nat Cole Dade County Science studentsvho 17623 Homestead Ave., and writing a bad: check McKenzie District Attorney Terrell 1;
that it's unbelievetble. Hailing are attending a three-day Sam Coley Jr., 39, of 10522 SW reported the matter to the Glenn.
from Washington, D.C.- fouth Science Congress at 182nd St., were jailed on a 1 Florence office of the FBI.
Jimmy flew in especially for cocoa this weekend. The con- charge of rape, burglary and Cook beat McKenzie over the
this Tress is sponsored by the Na- robbery.The .
engagement. This kid 1 it -
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and
ional Aeronautics
Space
really great. His of
mastery woman was alone In the
the Baby Grand piano is phe- Vdminlstratlon. bedroom of her home, Homicide & D adlo REPAIRS SALES
nomenal. Bill Harris's very PBALFREDA Detective Wally LaPeterssaid RENTALS EXCHANGES
optimistic about his new find. crashed
when two men
POUTIER w u s ,
-TO .he lone Negro entrant In the through the Jalousies of a side PLaza 1-8381
W1ln111 bring Its Tues Post Office "Miss Zip Code" door, dragged her from her Home service calls within 2 hours
day, Wed, and Thurs. 0 to 12 Contest . Mayme Bondu flew bed clad only in a housecoat, Our prices nro reasonable.! Giutrnnteed satisfaction on
p.m. program from Johnny Lo-I ''n from Nassau this week for and drove her to a wooded area -
melo's King '0 Hearts repairs and filnh' Tree .Aslivery and pick up
starting \ visit . Congratulations to near Richmond Heights. "
Tuesday. If you missed last \thalie Range who got vord The detective reported that Know your TV'mon and save money
week's show at the Hearts you from the state this week that the men, after taking the JOE SCOTT TV
will have this week to make It. he is now officially licens- .
an
John woman's purse with $60, raped .\I"I'unltlZE"C"t'OIt' \' ','\ IlKIVMK & H/ILKH/ :
Ward being held over. HI! funeral director, the same as her on the front seat of the
This young talented entertainer !ier late husband was. car and let her go. 923 N.W. 62nd Street PL 1-8381

has surprised many. PB The woman wandered until _. _
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ANNOUNCEMENTMrs. she came to a phone. She was
TILE KINO 'Is back. I chatted treated and released from a _. 1F .
with King Coleman Thursday Gladys Jackson of 2430 hospital.
a.m. at Key Club NW 152nd St., Opa-lo"ka: was
prior to his'
Knight Beat 'opening tonlte", awarded\ the trip to Blminl in -- -- -..... - JET TV CLINIC
He's the same old King that the 'recent' contest sponsoredby Advertise It Pays!
made radio alllanes'real live, :John Hanna and'",Miss I

not so long, : ago,, . ,Hazel Sey.' Homecoming. contest. ((4 _- - .... .". "'" 1 I :;st\ NOS SFRVICE! CALLS $1.00 \
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1-750 NW 42ncil Street Small down payment
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2-1715 NW 77th Street $150 down, $22 week

3-1855 NW 43rd Street $100 down, $18 week

4-1601 NW'47th Street, duplex, CBS $750 down

When Voting Metro Amendments: 5-1530 NW 51st Terr. CBS $77 month.

6-1902 NW 51st Terr. 4-bedroom house. $25'week

We have brand new 3-bedroom homes. $500 down .
We have over 200 homes to choose from

Pull We have many duplexes, 3 and 4 unit apartment?
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