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Publication Date: November 9, 1963
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41st YEAR No. 11 _
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MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1963 10 PAGES 10 CENTS


Businessmen Asked To-- In Session at Winter Haven .




I End Racial Discrimination State NAACP Conference





AccommodationsLaw BypassedA Says: "Freedom Now"r


} resolution was adopted by
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Metro Commission Tuesday
,
a annual session of
The 24th
1 urging owners and
operators of .
public accommodations to voluntarily the Florida State Conferenceof 2 y + > ;
-
r NAACP branches Is meeting "-
end racial and
+3 religious -
I discrimination. this weekend at Winter

The commissioners, however, Haven. 44 i 4

bypassed another proposal that The theme of the conferenceas
art UNP' rk County Attorney Darrey Davis announced by state field
ayL be instructed to draft an anti- secretary Robert Saunders of
discrimination law Tampa, Is "Freedom Now." A
The Community Relations large delegation Is expected.
Board requested action, seek- "Working for freedom thru
ing to eliminate discriminatory the church," was the discus
practices by hotels, motels, re- sion topic on Thursday, the
taurants,' theaters and similar first day at the First Baptist
businesses. Church. Voter registration Nvill
Efforts to write a public accommodations dominate Friday's session and
t law have run employment discrimination,
Into legal hurdles, but effortsare the closing program on Saturday -
Li still being made, said Ed < ,
--- -- ------ Swanson, a spokesman for the iMrs. Ruby Hurley addressedthe
Dr.. William R. Campbell and 18-member panel. "Women" session on
family have returned to Miamito After some discussion the Thursday morning. She will also -
take up residence perma- commission said that It recognizes serve as a consultant thru- L k''}

nently after living In Michi- that much has been .. _._____..____m'm.__ ._ out the entire session. Mrs. -
gan and Oklahoma during the accomplished toward ending racial Hurley Is Southeastern Regional "
past six years. < discrimination, but states HOHKHT SAUNDERS Secretary for NAACP. MHH.; RUBY 11URLKY .
Dr. Campbell, a native Ml- that "there are some who for
amian, received his M.D. degree various reasons still have not
from Meharry Medical recognized the injustice and NEGROESCHARGED 4 St. Augustine Klansmen I
College in 1957 He did his internship affront to the dignity of man
and a three-year resi- that these practices engenda." IN

dency Hurley in Hospital Internal, Flint Medicine, Michi-at DEATH OF WHITE Acquitted ,of Alleged Assault ,; (

gan, He served as internist at Ing at Brownsville}( Junior High. TERRORISTST. ,
the United States_,Army Hospital six ,
The Campbells hive a son, ST. AUGUSTINE '- A I
,Fort Sill, Oklahoma from William II, age three, and a AUGUSTINE Three man white Jury Tuesday acquitted , ,
July, 1001 to September, 19C3. daughter,, Angela, age nine Negroes were charged Tues- Lawrence Bessent of Howard Wins
His: wife, Evelyn, also 'a native months. day with murder in the Oct. beating four Negroes who ven- MVP Award
Miamian, had three and a Dr. Campbell will soon openan 24 shooting of a white hood- tured near a Ku Klux Klan
half years of teaching experi- office at 1203 NW Goth St. lum terrorist who rode thru meeting. BOSTON Elston Howard,
ence m the Flint public school for the of internal section -
practice general the Negro with a shot- the catcher who
Assault and battery charges take-chargo
system, and Is presently teach- medicine. gun.
hobbled New York
the
against three other white men spurred
---- Yankees to a fourth straight
St. Johns County Sheriff L. were dismissed when one
O. Davis said Goldle Eubanks prosecution witness said he pennant, Thursday became the
MF, ? aRid and his son, Goldie Jr., were was unaUle to Identify his assailants first Negro ever named the
** charged with, murder and and two of the alleg- able American League's Most Valu-
Chester Hamilton was charged Player.
jt'? with being an accessory after edly beaten Negroes failed to The National League MVI-
the fact.The appear In St. Johns County has been u Negro 11 times 1m
Circuit Court the past 15 years
elder Eubanks is a local Howard amassed 248 pointsto
i,4: leader: In the NAACP. Strangely enough Dr Robert 148 for runner-up AI Kallne
civil of Detroit. The versatile back-
11. Hayllng, 30-year-old
& William Kinard, 21, was killed 4
drew 15 first votesand
: by a rifle shot while he and rights leader and one of the stop was named on place all 20 ttol- "

4 three companions David 1 men beaten by the Klansmen: lots cast by a committee of the tl.
Mauncy, Dixon Stanford and was convicted Oct. 10 by an all- Huseballtter' Association of 4
lames Skaff were riding
r'y ..,I ry.. ) through a Negro section of the white Jury for assault on the A.merlcu.
it lhnM .M1 .
r A 1 y city late at night. KKK members.
ARREST 25 SIT-

INNERS AT CITY
F% I
3, Miami Disc Jockey Setting HALLNEW

ORLEANS Twentyfive -
14 lOn National Endurance Mark persons including two l' l
ministers who led the big Sept.
30 civil rights; march were arrested
225 Hour RecordTo on Oct. 31 while ..ltUngIn 4% '
c at three different parts of ,

" Fall at Midnight City Hall.

Ten, including Rev. A. L.
:'to' Nasssau for '6-1 Is the I I the hostess ,chapter"and this is Nlckle Lee, the leatherlunged Davis Jr., were ousted from the
National Links' Inc. slogan. held out of the United States. Council chamber
disc jockey on radio station City shortly
President
The :Link's National Seated left' to right: Mrs. after the building had closed
Vivian Beamon and National Vivian Beamon\, Links National WAME, will break the national for the day Rev. Davis had
I' Program Chairman, Dr. Helen President; Mrs.l Maude K. Reid, record for 'endurance at mId- pledged to "stay here and sit I'
\ Edmonds met recently in I Miami Links"Convention Chairman night tonight (Friday) when for 30 days hence until we get
f Miami, Florida with the local ; and, Dr.' Helen Edmonds, NR J.Ml k r some word" on demands for
: Link$ chapter to make final I National Program Chairman. he completes 225 hours of con- x complete desegregation and I
plans; for the Links' 14th National Standing left to right: Mrs. tinuous broadcasting. equal job opportunities.

Assembly convening In Linda Reddick, Southern Area Nlckle! who plays rock 'n' Rev. Avery Alexander was ,
Nassau, Bahamas at the Chairman; Mrs. Lugusta Cols- roll and gives with the dragged by the heels by two
patter
ton, Miami Links' President and policemen from City Hall cafeteria '
Nassau Beach Hotel, June 24- Convention Co-Chairman; and between records hasn't; slept where he was slttlng-in
28, 1004. The Miami LInks',are Mrs. Mayme E. Williams, Convention for nine days. He went on the with six others. Two of them
the first Links Assembly to' be Co-Chairman. air at three o'clock Wednesday, women, were carried out in the ,
k Oct. 30 and has been spinning chairs upon which they were i
records and chatting with III
patrons sitting. f.
on the phone inrt outside (
I Wins 'Office. .on\WrIte.ifwVotes I his sidewalk studb at The remaining eight were ;
Bonded Rental. NW 12tn St. arrested in the mayor's waiting F
- ---- - -- - --
Walter M, Jackson of Gifford school trustees ano 3rd Ave. ever since. u_____ room. The demonstration was ;,

apparently became the first Official results of the "' race Ills target Is the world rec- MCKIH LEE Comma by which the some organized Citizens the "I G
Negro'' to be elected to ; untll ord, 225 hours . Yak Yak! 4
County will not be known the set by David Yak march. Its chairman Is ;I. '
office in Indian River
Hunt of Jacksonville- in 1959.! Lolls Elle l I
CORE'S chief southern
Board of Public Instruction
history.Tuesday when he received the air more than 210 hours. .a.
Lee Is .
continuing his effort
counsel, and New Orleans ,'.,.. i
108 write-in votes for canvasses the ballots Friday .
: despite medical warning to stop He is being kept under constant CORE Is one of the participat' l
'the third seahon the board of morning at Vero Beach. 1 and at this time has been! on surveillance ing groups.

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MIAMI Americus Four FreedomAMERICUS
PAGE 2 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1963 PHIL OSSOFER I NAACP Gains


SAYS: Ga. NAACP eral District Court, sitting in

Defense Fund Defense Fund attorneyswon Americus, enjoined prosecutionof
Legal Cracks : ::: Legal
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$ = ;:; :;;= :;; = :::/ release 'here this week of the charges of unlawful assembly -

I was< shocked when 1 read four youths jailed since August and insurrection, ruling
Dixie Hospital Segregation! about the case of slavery, the 8. Three of them faced the them unconstitutional.Mr. .
also
first In 40 years, in which a I charge of Insurrection, a capi- Greenberg authorized
of $12,000 bail
I ;;: South Carolina farmer was tal offense In this state. dispatch bond
RICHMOND, Va. Racial r------ Negro had been activeIn money to Constance Baker
charged with holding a The youths
discrimination against Negro ,J. Matley, Legal Defense Associate
win voting
; worked in bondage on his farm. the drive to -
patients assisted and hospitals doctors, in a common federally 1I 1- My reaction, (shared, I'm sure, rights and use of. public accommodations Counsel who was on the
clti- scene.
demonstrateshow for Negro
)
most people
by
practice In 11 deep south states I filled The students, Donald Harris
customs that are acceptable bens In this tension city.
was struck down here this I John Perdew Ralph Allen
director- and
I at one time are deplorable Jack Greenberg,
S. Fourth Cir-
U.
week the
by in a later, more enlightened counsel of the Legal Defense Thomas McDaniel went free*
cuit Court of Appeals. I that Fund which was representingthe Legal Defense Fund; attorneys
director of day. Thus we can see ,
Jack Greenberg,
the NAACP Legal Defense we are living in a fastchanging youths in four simultaneous C. B. King of Albany,
the timeof Donald Hollowell of
world. court actions at Atlanta
Fund Inc. which won the vic- + '
,
here Nov. 1 Mrs. Motley and Michael Melt-
release ,
tory, said that this Is the first ftl Closer to home, a more vivid their
sner of New York City
of made the announcement.He escorted -
major attack on the separate- example of the collapse
Imt-equal provisions of the certain custom can be seen In said a three-judge Fed, the youth from jail.

Hill-Burton Act. the elimination of segregated ------
This act was passed by Con- seating In Miami buses. This .....- .
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and authorized = = '' 7'0 - ;;;< -
gress In 1946 pondering over that slaverycase
federal financial assistance to I noticed a bus passing. A BEAUTY PARLOR
help construct more than 2,000 Negro was driving. I peered at EQUIPPED
medical care facilities in the the passengers, mostly white,
South. .' and all was serene and peace- FOR RENT
Racially segregated hospital ful. This gave impetus to my
facilities built with Hill-Hur- 3 thought processes, and I recalled SPACE FOR FIVE OPERATORS
ton money are located in Ala- that just a few years

bama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia . back I had witnessed a scene REASONABLE RATES
Louisiana, Mississippi, In which Miami police took
North: and South Carolina, Tennessee S.D. Barkley With two darkskinned men off a ALSO AVAILABLE TWO STORESSee
Texas and Virginia.All bus because they "dared" to sit
told, these states have Midwest RealtyThe In the front section. manager in Apt. 29
received over COO million dol- Today, those two "lawbreakers" -
lars of the more than 1.5 billion Midwest Realty Service could be sitting in the 6970 NW 17th Avenue

spent or obligated by the announces the recent openingof very front seat. . the driver's
federal government, accordingIng seat. ., and not be noticed.I .
to the Public Health Ser its office at 5199 N. W. 27
vice. Avenue in the A. and G. Food speak of this to empnasize

The hospitals Involved In this Store Building. how ridiculous segregation laws
case, and many others In the S. D. Barkley, garduate of were . ., and are, In what-
South, have defended their racial The Miami Board of Realtors ever form they take. If they are New Homes for Florida Living
policies on the grounds School of Real Estate, Is a registered wrong today, they were justas
that they were "private" and representative for mid- wrong all the time. 3 large spacious bedrooms, 2 bath, garage, electric kitchen,
not subject to the Fourteenth' west. I Ironically, when all segrega- open 3-3 p.m. Owners at:
Fred W. of the tion laws crumble, as they
Amendment. The Fourth Cir- Weller, owner 1388 N.W. 55th St. With extra corner lot.
cuit decision rejected that ar- A and G Food Store, is also a must, men will mingle In all
gument.In registered broker and operates phases of life oblivious to the 1452 N.W. 58th Terr. -with extra lot.

essence, Mr. Greenberg Midwest Realty Service. earlier rancor and discord we 1044 N.W. 49th St. 3-bedroom, 2 bath, Fla. room
explained, "the court held that Midwest Realty specializes In are suffering, just as if such 1809 N.W. 41st St. with extra lot
North Carolina elected not to sales of the finest selections of things had never existed.LI&1IIX Built to suit.!! No money down. We finance
build new public hospitals on homes, lots and acreages at extremely -
CASH PAID FOR LOTS AND HOMES
its own but provided for hos- low down payments.
pitals on Its own but provide Rental units fills out the activi- TO BOWL 1 3 lots, house for kindergarten 1935 NW 50th St.
vide for hospital through ties of the services offered by
care Need Money? See Baron, JE 8.1340
Join the Amateur League at
aiding so-called 'private' hos- Midwest. Watch the Bulletin
Lanes 1000 NW 75th St. formerly
pitals under the HillBurton board In the parking area at the -
the Ml Bowland. Free Instructions
Act. A and G Food Store, near front -
entrance. each day 4 to 8 p.m.
"This meant that North Learn to bowl, It's lost of fun.
Carolina secured federal moneyto or come out and visit the New Try A Miami Times Classified AdAT

continue its state policy of 5,000 Green Stamps Goombay Lanes.
Jim crow hospitals.
Free ! !
"f'Our request for Injunction I
asked that the Moses Cone and r 'r.-: '
Wesley: In Would you like to get 5.000 YOUR '..
Long hospitals
Merchant Green Stamps free?
Greensboro be prohibited from: COMPLETELYINTEGRATED
Well, you can. All you have to 11 'P''R
"Continuing to enforce the do Is go down to Roosevelt SAVINGS !

policy, practice, custom and Saving and Loan Assoication INSTITUTION
usage of denying admission to I and sign 'a registration blankat SAVINGS A LOAN ASSOCIATION JOHN 1. OU, JL aMER A. WARD
patients on the basis of race any window.No CHAIRMAN PRESIDRNTaEc
and In any way conditioning or I transaction of any kindIs
abridging the admission to and I necessary just get your registration -.
use, the said facilities . .on i blank at any window
the basis of race," he pointedout. and fill It out deposit your formin
the box in the lobby. Me DIG "PLUS
Drawings will be: held every
"The fourth Circuit Court of Friday night at 7 p.m. and you
Appeals this week declared a must be present to win. .'f' :,
principle as far reaching in the ...
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medical field as the 1951 school WI
desegregation principle was In Join ThNA CP!

Its field, Mr. Greenberg said. - - - tM makes Me difference!

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IF Dade Schools Observe Education Week /' L i






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f"I'" .. ";;I'QOJ' -"O'I..II"I.x. P - --- Bethune ElementaryThe
North 'Daders To I


Worship SundayStudents HAPPENINGS IN OUR SCHOOLS sixth a special grade"United classes presented Nations --

and teachers of
North Dade Junior-Senior High .. Program" during our last
OW"A ':'rf:
assembly period They arc to be
School are worshipping together
-
in community churches on THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA. Poinciana ParkIt's : I highly commended for their
The i t hn
Sunday in recognition of the PAGE SATURDAY NOVEMBER 9 1963 I fine performance. s x
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first day of the American Ed- that special time again! I grade teachers who worked so
ucation Week activities. Yes, parents It's time for us diligently with these boys and '

"Values of Freedom" will be B. T. Washington Holmes ElementaryAmerican to examine the schools of your girls are: Mrs. Elllso Reed
discussed %y students who are community to evaluate the extent Chairman, Mesdame Melba'
slated to speak at various Elnora Moore was chosen Education Week of their Influence on your James, Doris Blount, and
churches.On Miss Homecoming. She is a activities, in our community, most precious Investment Franciel King and Mr. WlJJUt
Sunday at 2:30: a member of 12-3 homeroom. The will be launched at Northwestern your child American Educa- Wright.
"Patriotic Musical Program"p.m., Athletic Association and members Senior High! School, Sunday tion Week, which Is celebrated This is the time of the school''

will be presented as the community of the football team chose Nov. 10 at 2:30: p.m. Repre- every year throughout the year that we extend a very ....
schools combine musi- Elnora from the group of young sentatives from our sixth county during the month of special invitation to all of our .r '

cal talent to entertain! through ladles sponsored by organlba- grade classes will sing In a November, offers you the opportunity parents, former students, and'i i "'
and instrument. tions. Elnora represented the combined chorus with sixth to actually be a many wonderful friends-the ob'i'

Prior to the musical renditions Host and Hostesses Runnerup graders from other elementary "snooper" In your child's school servance of American .
will be a county-wide telecast were Carolyn Smith and schools in our area. and classroom.At tion Week. Here again, the 100
by Stipt.. of Public Instruction, Marjorie Lockhart, who will On Tuesday night, Nov. 12 at Poinciana Park Elemen- members of the Student Coun-
ph Joe Hall serve as attendants. 8 o'clock the Holmes Family tary School, the principal, cil will serve as hosts and
t
fiACKTO tiCJtOOL NIOHT Congratulations to Malvern will present Its Twilight School teachers and entire student hostesses during the week.

"D Ck! td School! Night" is Fisher who is employed at for parents. During this event, body await you with open arms. Our schedule is as follows:
planned by the PTA during the Washington Federal Savingsand the parents will be thoroughly Come out and witness one or Sunday, November 10 we will
American Education Week activities Loan Association on Miami orientated on the procedures, all of the following events that visit various churches. I
which are centered Beach. Malvern Is a member of techniques and devices used in are being planned especiallyfor MondayNovember IJr

around the general theme, "Ed- 12-2 homeroom, She is a busi- educating their children. you: "Learning Opportunities For
ucation Strengthens the Na- ness student and according to First and second grade child- Nov. 10 Area program, 3 All." Speaker Rev, Cousin.
tion." her teachers has an excellent ren will invite their parents to p.m., Northwestern High. Tuesday, November 12. .
Parents are invited to attend scholastic achievement record. have lunch with them in the Nov. 12 Theme: Quality "Quality Teaching." Speaker, ,

school on Thursday, Nov. 14 The annual Cafeteria Driveis cafeteria: on Tuesday, Nov. 12. Teaching, guest, Mrs. Charlotte Mrs. Anna M Sturmer.TuesdayNovember .
and participate in the actualschedule now in process at the school. Patents of the third and Ford Clark, principal of Douglas 12 7:30: p
of classes followed by Sponsored by the Girls' Senate, fourth grade pupils will be extended Elementary. m., Open House-Assembly.
their youngsters.North the purpose of the drive is to the same courtesy for Nov. 13 Night Classroom Wednesday November 13
Dade AEW chairman, remind students of their behavior Wednesday, Nov. 13 and Thurs Demonstrations featuring New "Balanced Currlclum. Speaker -

Mrs. Betty S. Smiley, announced in the cafeteria. Each day, Nov. 14, respectively Methods In Arithmetic, The Mr. Clfford Matthews
that the classroom vIsita- class is given points and each Our Parent-Pupil Luncheon New FLES Spanish Program; Thursday November 14.
tions will begin at 7:30: p.m. offense will deduct points from dates will conclude with the The Successful Summer Reading "Community Resources." Speaker
and end at 9:15: p.m. Visitors the class involved. Mrs. Doro- parents of the fifth and sixth Program. Dr. Warren W. Welters.
will be able to attend a homeroom thy Harris and Mrs. Barbara: grade pupils who will lunch Nov. 14 Guest speaker Friday November 15. Fln-<
session and a session for J. Williams are the sponsors of i together on Friday, Nov. 15. Rev. Brown of Mt. Tabor Baptist cial I Support." Speaker Mr. W.
each period of the day Each the Senate. All of our parents and Church Theme' Community C. Cogdell.We \
class will last ten minutes. Parent-Teacher Conference friends are cordially invited to Resources. would appreciate having f'

The committee and PTA will be held Nov. 11. Parents come out and share with us in Nov. 15 Guest speaker, you share some of theso actlv-
President Anthony Simons are will have an opportunity to making this American Educa- Rev. Edward T. Graham of Mt. ties with us.
urging parents to secure the find out how well their child- tion Week observance a mem- Zion Baptist Church. Theme: The Mother and Daddies; ,.
schedules of their, children Including ren are progressing in school. orable one. Thrift. Club got off to a grand start
room numbers and All parents are urged to visit Mrs. P. Dunn, reporter; Mrs. Circle the above dates on with Mrs. C. Slmms as chair' I

names of teachers.At the school Monday. The entire T. C. Crowder, principal. your calendar, so that you will man. The initial meeting was ,
the end of the classroom day will be devoted to be able to say, along with held on last Thursday evening.
sessions refreshments will Wo conference. No pupils will be thousands of other parents, "I Welcome to Mrs. Zelda Par-'

served in the cafeteria. in school. will be held for seventh grade school during kell, a third grade teacher.
Preparations are underwayfor students. Mrs. G. S. Lockhart American Education Week Congratulations to Mrs.

Bunche Park evaluation Nov. 18-20. Op- will sponsor the program. and I fully understand my boyor Gwendolyn Welters, formerly a
eration Pick-up and Cleanupare Regular PTA meeting will be girl to grow up In a world second grade teacher, who has
Bunche Park Elementary featured each day. A held. Dr. Joe Hall, superintendent which Is constantly changing." been appointed Reading Teacher. -
will serve as hostess for Dis- special effort will bo sponsoredon of Dade County schools We hope to add your name to .
trict 10 PTA Conference Sat- weekends by the Student will be the speaker. Recognitionof Polnciana's roster.

urday, Nov. 9, from 8:30: to 4 Council In the community to Honor Roll students will be Vivian L. Owens, reporter;; HROWN8VILLE JUNIOR
o'clock. Mrs. I. Simmons, PTA pick-up trash and other litter. the special feature of the program Elizabeth N. Pittman, princi- November 10-10 I Is observed
and homeroom
president, strongly urges all Organizations Mr. William J. Stirrup in pal. nationally as American Education -
parents to attend. groups will be on campus to charge. Mr. A. L. Ayers is PTA Week. Brownsville Junior
clean and polish for the beautification -
American Education Week
president"Community Robert R. Moton School
High will participate In
of the school.
begins Nov. 10 with all of the Resources" Is
The score was backwards for Elaborate interesting and this observance with several
members worshipping ,
faculty the topic for Thursday. The
together at St. Phillips Catho'ic BTW and In 21 points for Car- PTA will sponsor Its 18th annual informative plans are being devised special events. tho On Sunday, November
10 Brownsville
Mission.A ver but the Tornadoes are still FTA Miss for utilization during the
in there fighting. They meet! program. Chorus will appear on the pub-
celebration of American Educa-
musical has been
Mills FTA
program Cherry past presi-
,
Nov. 9 at the Miami .. lic program which is being
for cultural development Mays High tion Week at Moton this year.
planned your dent will be special guest solo- held at Booker T. WashingtonHigh
Sunday afternoon at Stadium. The week will contain a two-
Color Day will be featured ist.In celebration which also: includes School at 2:30: p.m., No-
2 o'clock at North Dade School keeping with the theme of fold ; -
vember 11 Is Parent-Teachers
Parent-Teachers Conference Nov. 15. All loyal Washington-! the week "Education Streng- Children's Book Week. ,
Conference Day Teachers: will
lans show their
will begin at 4 p.m. Monday are expected to thens the Nation" teachers will !
not report to school until 3:00
:
announcements
their school
which will loyalty by wearing Public of our
after parents assume focus the attention of students p.m. Conferences! will be held
the role of the ina colors. events for the week were sent
pupil upon the importance of an edu- from 3 to 0. Beginning at 0:30:
The main corridor on the
"Back to School Night' pro- cation. to all churches in the commu-
Open House will be held. This
first floor Is bursting with pot-
gram. Friday will feature the topic ityIn activity will end at 7:30:: and
ted plants. Members of the
Many activities have been "Financial Support. Senior order that Book Week will be entertainedwith
parents
further planned for American Stenogs, under the direction of high students will assemble In will not be forgotten, creative
a special American Education
-
Education Week which Include Miss E. E. Waller, donated the and picturesque classroom door
the auditorium to hear mem-
I I from JM Mr.
which add zest to the program p.m.
plants, designs will adorn each door
community resource
speakers, bers of Sigma Alpha Chapter Fletcher Paschal, Asst Prln.,
reports and culmination of an .old entrance. depicting the theme: "Three
of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, for Administration, will be tho
Members of the Senior Choral
contest the pupils. Cheers For Books".
essay among who will be observing their I main speaker a
The will be centered Society rendered music for is cordially Invit-
essays annual Achievement Week activities Everyone On Wednesday, Nov. 3
United Church Women of parents
around the general theme. the "Individual ResponslbUlty" ed to visit with us anytime will eel "A Look from the
Greater Miami as they observed -
Parents please remember to during the week.
will be the special focus Inside." Classes will be taken
visit vour school during Amer- World Community Day, Oct. of the program. Mr. Astrid Miss O. P. Clarke Is chairmanpf over by parents from 0:45-10: :
the distinguished
ican Education Week i 31. Among Mack Is chairman and Mr. William Parent-Teacher ConferenceDav 45.! Following this activity on
Sylvia Lambert, principal, I.I I guests were Mayor Robert'King B. Haley Is co-chairman and the members are Mrs. Thursday, Nov. 14, the drama
and Mrs. Alice Wain-
Simmons, PTA president. High: of the program. Nov. 17 will be J., W. Paramore. Classes will present a play
,wright a county commissioner. Mrs L. S. Is chairmanof
open house at Miami-Dade Jr. King "Vacation on tho Moon to each
Bethsheba Dean
,
reporter.
Orchard VillaThe ,. College All students and American Education Week grade 7-f.
parents are urged to visit the and the members are Charles In addition to the activities
faculty and student bodyof AKW WEEKIn college from 3 to 5 p.m. Ansel[ King Rankin, Mrs. D. S. outlined, the school will sponsor -

Orchard Villa Elementary observance of National Sawyer and Mrs. F. B. Thomas. essay and porter contest,

School will be privileged thl American Education Week, COMMUNITY SCHOOL publish a special issue of the
week during the observance of BTW has planned a full pro- NEWS news paper and have American -
American Education Week to gram beginning Sunday, Nov. The "Les Charmont Charm speak the new language. Hence Education Week speechesby
have the following persons as 10 as host to nine schools. Alive Club" held its first meeting of a Spanish class has been organized students on the public address -
speakers: ) telecast will be featuredand the school year Nov. 1 at 5 p.m. for all interested per- system everyday.We .
Mrs. Gussie Dobbs, speech the theme for the day will The group was pleased to have sons of the community as wellas welcome the public to
therapist; Mrs. Florence Cain, "Value of Free Men." The Mrs. Dorothy Harris, home economic students. Senorita Marva visit the school and participate
supervisor, special education; program begins at 2:40: p.m. instructor as their guest Back who teaches Spanish dur- in the activities planned for
Mrs. Lena Hobbs, principal. and the public Is invited to at- and who later gave a very Interesting ing the regular school day Is American Education Week.
Benjamin Franklin School; C. tend. talk and timely suggestions the instructor.Our .
J. R. E. LeeElementary
Hughes, director YMCA: the Sunday evening will find the to the girls concern- Industrial Art Shop Is
Rev. H. C. McDowell minister, Drama Dept. featured on radio Ing their charm and personality opened every Thursday night

Church of the Open' Door. station WMBM, Leroy Washington Refreshments were serv- for community usage.' Empha-
Monday Is Parent Conference -' In charge. ed and everyone had an enJoy- sis will be placed on the build- The J. R. E. Lee Elementary ,
Day. All parents are Tuesday's theme: "Quality able time.Steering. ing and repairing of small School has a slight Increase In "
meeting the classroom teacheras .Teaching will be treated via Committee members pieces of furniture. Mr. BenJa- enrollment this causing
teachers in' system by Principal report interesting progress In min Pratt Is the Instructor.All year I
well as special public address another teacher to added to our
reminded 'of the
rw'.Gardiner..A, their "door to door" survey are
cafetorlum. Anthony
school's :
the ; staff. Our part time teachers rare
Thursday night will be Open special "Book. Week" "presentation campaign. The committee mem- Thursday night Intramural :
House to the public from 7 to will be given at 2 p.m. via bers wish to thank the citizens movies that are held in the
In community for the gym at Mrs. Madre Pol tier and Mr. ,
the library staff. the. gracious
8, when the American Educa- PA System by Junior
,The Great Books Albert C. Block. Mrs. Poltler
David and manner In which they pro- ,
will be Wednesday, Ivey
tion Week play pre-
sented. This year's play is "The Bert Klelman, both serving as have been welcomed in ,their gram which involves the study our arithmetic consultant, demonstrates -
American." assistant principals for curriculum homes. of fine arts, music, and Impor- the modern arithmetic -
.
Greatest ''Is Invited'' to attend will speak on the topic With the ever Increasing tant historical events will begin program twice a month at
The public of American "Balanced Curriculum" during Influx of Cubans to our com- Nov. 7. Interested persons each grade level) Mr. Block our )

Education the observance Week at Orchard the PA System schedule at P30 munity It has become neces- may contact Mrs. Cecile Mc spelcal reading teacher, is with

Villa. and 2.:00. A special assembly sary for everyone to learn to Cartney. Continued on page 15IF



value in some of the recom- Sidney Politer !In
PAGE 4 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1963 URBAN\ LEAGUE mendations made In this bill
al "Lilies of The
we note that the burden Field"
CONCERNED proof in the FEPC and Civil Sidney PoWer stars in the
Rights sections rests on the pre-release film "Lilies of the
individual Negro citizen, who Field" for one night
ABOUT RIGHTS only at
bur
that
can ill-afford to carry the Parkway Art Theater oh
den. 12th Ave and Cbral Way at t
BILLThis "The bill represents only 8:30: p.m. Nov. 20.
the bare minimum of what This film will not be in t h 6
Is the full text of the these crucial times demand, Miami area until some time
II. E. 8ISMUND: REEVES, Editor' and Publisher statement made by the National and whatever happens later In later.
GARTH C. REEVES Managing Editor Urban League Bill concerningthe which the Senate will determine the This film to be shpwh( oft
Civil Rights was wisdom of the Administration's Nov. 26, will Be a beii tit, in the
Member of the National Newspapers Publishers Association passed recently Committee Uy: :the House unfortunate decision to "water form of a theatre party for the
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Judiciary down" the bill." proposed new building or the

ONE YEAR $5.00 -' SIX MONTHS $3.00 ,- FOREIGN $6.00 pointed"We are and very concerned much disap-about Whitney M. Young, Jr. Fine da's Arts first Conservatory Integrated, Flori-art

Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post Officeat the present bill. Executive Director school.
Miami, Florida, under tho act of March 8, 1876 "While we recognize some National Urban League There'll be an art show, Bob
Thomas Jazz Trio in the lobby
Main Office at 0740 N.W. 15th Avenue-Phone OX 1-0421 after the movie. Refreshments,
Downtown Office 1112 N.W. 3rd Avenue Phone FR 3-2236 five too. All this for 300.
insteadof i This should be a good chanceto
commissioners and a mayor
"CREDO,OF THE NEGRO PRESS" Metro will have eight help this fine school and en-.
The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead the 13 commissioners.The I joy a pleasant evening. N23
world from racial and national antagonism when it accords to office of tax assessor remains appointive.The .
every man regardless"' or ,race, creed or color his human and voters decided to hold to Dade instead of making it Coca-Cola Sip
legal 'rights. Hating,no man, fearing no man-the Negro Press
strives to help every man in the firm belief that all men are Miami County. i The time for the Greater Miami
not in favor of raising! the commissioners I Temple No. 769's Coca.
hurt as long as anyone is held back. The majority was
remuneration.The I Cola Sip and Fashion Show is

. WHO HELP THEMSELVES state amendments were voted on favorably, especially Sunday, Nov. 10.
.
We are asking all nil 1 1 1 s,
the college amendment. Daughters and friends to helpus
During the recent committee hearings in Washington unfavorable vote.
Dade's Hospital Bond received an make this a memorable occasion
on President Kennedy's Civil Rights program, we Should Metro Manager Irvin McNayr and the present .
heard much talk about the rapidly growing purchasingpower Sheriff T. A. Buchanan decide to run for election, the chancesare Dt. Estelle 'Hlcket and her
of Negroes in our country. Surely this is true. We they will be elected. So will some of the commissioners.Just committee are working hard to

also heard of the large sums of money deposited by Negroes an opinion, you understand. have make an sure enjoyable that everyone evening.will
in the financial institutions in our country. Surely

this is true.
AMERICAN EDUCATION WEEK
Now, this great purchasing power ''and these large BEAUTIFULCBS
:financial deposits can aid us in our continuing struggleto Next week is American Education Week. HOUSE
reminded the words of of our greatest Ameri-
We are of one
obtain first class citizenship. But we must use these
;great resources wisely. cans, Abraham Lincoln. He said: 2 LARGE BEDROOMS
"I will study and get ready, and perhaps my chance will
living and dining
Large
This paper has continually pointed out those firms "
which have dealt fairly with the Negro Community. come. area. All tiled bathroom,
Lincoln studied amidst hardships; he was ready when that all jaluosied windows, tiled
There are two financial institutions in our city which time came, and he became president of the United States. window sills.

h'ave' completely integrated boards of directors and staffs We are living in an age far removed, and advanced beyond $500 down if you qualify
'They ,are Roosevelt Savings and Loan Association and that' of Abraham Lincoln's day; but his words are just as true $18.50 week will carry it

,Franklin Federal Savings and Loan Association None of today as they were the day they were spoken. Later $10.50 week
the other savings and loan ''associations in our city employ Today untold 'opportunities are all around us, if we are
Includes taxes insurance
,
Negroes other than as unskilled laborers. The people at qualified.Our Garbage removalIf

Roosevelt and Franklin are providing greater opportunities schools, colleges, universities and other modes of train- larger down payment,

for our people. They are also providing greater op- Ing, offer every conceivable opportunity to rich and poor, high carrying charges aVe less
portunity for home ownership. and low.
NO "HIDDEN CHARGES
Our high schools are open nightly for those unable to attend See Saturday Sunday
me or
institutionsare
with these
Funds deposited .integrated during the day.Everybody morning

protected by federal insurance. Funds deposited in I can a t least learn to read, write and cipher. 5821 N.W. 24th Ave.
them in other words safe safe in
just as as
are any arithmetic
What is more you learn in the modern way.
of the institutions which continue to discriminate against
Wake up boys, girls, men and women, It's never too late to
We should support Roosevelt and Franklinj THREE
us. PIGSBarbecue
learn. This is an age automation. If you cannot make the grade

Now, too many of us are still hiding money around you must be left behind. Accept the challenge. Read, write, type-

the house, under mattresses and under rugs. This is dan- write, be a stenographer, an auto mechanic, a tailor, carpenter, Cor. N.W. 62nd St.

gerous and it is foolish. We run the risk of loss by theft, sign painter, nurse, technician, journalist, plasterer, roofer, elec- and 22nd Ave.
fire and storm, and we don't earn any interest on our trician or whatever you desire. There is a chance for you, if you
money. can meet the requirements.Your .

Let's start a campaign of united support for our two local government provides the educational opportunities. -

fine integrated institutions. If we do this effectively, we It is up to you to take advantage of them, r
will surely bring about a change in the hiring and lending

policies of the still segregated institutions in Miami. VISCAYA

Let's support Roosevelt' and 'Franklin because by Recently Ye Editor had the pleasure of visitingone

doing so wq are, helping ourselves. of the most outstanding attractions in Miami. He
,,, Remember, TJie,,., Lord helps those who help them- wonders just why he failed to do so in the past? The at-
,. '
selves.. ., F ': traction 'referred to is Vizcaya, the estate of the late
James Deering now owned by Dade County and operatedby
POLITICS ",1| the, Metropolitan Park and Recreation Department.It .

,,The prognosticators are saying that President Kennedy will was not Ye Editor's first visit to a portion of the
have a tough fight for reflection. That might be so. He certainly 20--acro estate, but his first on a tour of this wonderful EARL SIIEPPARD, Mgr.
had a tough fight getting into the White House, but he got mansion.

there; and If Ye Editor Is allowed,to have his say In fact he Is In our partv were the Rev. Theodore Jones, vicar of
bold enough to have that say; so here It goes: President Kennedy the Church of the Incarnation, Mrs. Jones and Miss SINCE 1WR

will be re-elected. Kathleen Cooper. For Quality BuildingPL'13604

Governor George Wallace of Alabama, according to rumor, Mrs. Neston, our tour guide, was a most genial per-
would like to run for the presidency. Why not? It's' his privilege, son.

if he gets the nomination. It could be the governor Is propagandizing This estate was built at the old Brickell Hammock at 'h -

3251 South Miami Ave. bv Mr Deerinp- beginning 1914
He sees President Kennedy losing Alabama, Mississippi, and completed in 1916. He died in 1925.

South Carolina and Louisiana. This could be so, but we must wait Tho estate left to his nieces and nephews, was made

and see. available by the two nieces to Dade County that acquired
Naturally, the Administration's tough ,fight for Civil Rights it in November, 1952.It *J
will, cost the President votes In the South. It could also gain
some for him that he did not receive when he was elected. is onerated as Dade County Art Museum on a
self sustaining basis.
LOT OWNERS!
Representative ,Adam Clayton Powell announced the forma- It is impossible for Ye Editor to describe the beauty
tion of a gigantic lobby to press for a stronger civil rights bill and charm of this museum. It's a major tourist attractionand We plan, guide and! advise

than the one passed by the Judiciary Committee. Before taking visited by thousands of :Miamians. Your plans ,or ours
this Powell conferred with leaders of 40 The
step, organizations.
The: Mercv Hospital was built on the Custom Built Home
ground
of this
plan is to consolidate efforts with work of the six civil rights
estate. If vou have not seen it, do so, or you will be miss- Attractive Additions
organizations which conducted the March on Washington.
ing something worthwhile.
The Southern Christian Leadership Conference, headed by Quality Alterations
Dr. ,Martin Luther King, is not reported a s being among those It i fq onen daily from 10 p.m. to 5 T>.m., but the ticketwindo"
meeting with Rep. Powell. Seems strange, does It not Moses f at 4 P.> m and yoU should have at least two Good bank financing
hours \\f want to
yoU see this palace.
. 91f t I(! & ;1mC'JJ
W* made another interesting tour, that of the new .,
CHANGES IN METRO Wax Museum\ one of the outstanding attractions of ( (!) .
The much discussed November 5th election Is over. The Florida. .

voters showed Just how they wanted their Metro government set It's, located at 139th St. and Biscayne Blvd. If"you Licensed Insured

up, ,j so there will.be' ,some changes. haven't seen it. vou've really missed something. The-admission 888 'N.E. 79th Street
The office.of'sheriff will become elective Instead of appoln- fee ,is 150." tM.
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Dreamboat ,Cruise MIAMI TIMES, MIAMI, FLA..

Slated SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1963 PAGE 5 NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF POST OFFICE AND
by Carver 'Y'The GENERAL SERVICES MAINTENANCE

EMPLOYEES
Carver Branch YMCA
has completed all plans for its
Dreamboat Cruise to be held First Annual Bar-B-Q :\:,
Friday, Nov. 29, 8:30: p.m. at

Pier Under r. the direct planning of Sunday ovember{ 17, 1.5 p.m.Balcr's .

the Program Committee, the Haulover
Miami
Beach
outing Is designed to give all ,
persons an evening of real enjoyment Drawings held throughout the day Retain your
as they cruise under ;'J'
the nocturnal beauty of Miami. stub
A special committee has been $1.50, EACH DONATION
appointed to plan and conduct Ticket may be purchased at Satellite hound
the kind of recreation that will 0222 N.W. 7th Avenue
be enjoyed by all In attendance. .. i })
Dancing on the deck of the 1t _a.
Dreamboat will he a part of the
funpacked event.According .
to the program .4 PROTECT YOUR FURNITURE -
committee, arrangements to attend WITHOUT HIDING ITS BEAUTYI
may be made at the Car- 4 CUSTOM MADE
ver YMCA, 5770 NW 15th Ave.
or phone OX 6-0231. PLASTIC FURNITURE ,

I SLIP COVERS

WMBM'S Progress CRYSTAL CUAR i ,
The PTA officers of Officers of PTA, left HIAVY GAUGI
Report on 6 Times Phyllis Wheatley LONE LASTING
I
Wheatley: Elementary School to right: Stanley Newbold, MM RESISTANT. I
DailyFrank says, right now put a ring president; Mrs. A. Shurman, GUARANTIED FULLY
.iround these dates: Nov. 1016on 1 1st vice president; Mrs. A. Rogers (
Martin, news directorfor your calendar: It Is National treasurer; Idles\ H. W. PULLMAN. .ASS NS O i.
radio station WMBM, has Education Week. Don't let any- Troy, principal; Mrs. & Young, SNIP AND SDfA 0 1SlTANMATIIIAI
announced that Program Re- I thing interfere with your do- 2nd vice president; Mrs. A. $ TM/Nd01S
with Blanche ing whatever your children Godfrey, assistant secretary and IIPrUS ALUMINUM FRtI tsyniAT1s '
port Calloway school has for that Mrs. E. Newsome, 0
planned
particular secretarynot .IYSNIDNS ;
will be aired 6 times SPECIALIZING
dally-at now 8:00: 12:00: and 4:00: I week. Visit your school. ( shown.) PIN"milt VINTID IN PLASTIC DAY CALL O.I i
day'and night, Monday through I SLIPCOVERS NIGHT
Saturday. Since Its inception EXCLUSIVELY ,'
two weeks age, Progress Re- 5..
whelming favorite with WMBM ttoune 'of Grctchcn Wl 7.5011 1
port has proven to be an over-

listeners. I < \ '''__' .. -.:'. 83Si isij
Progress Report brings the
latest developments of local
and national interest including FOR SALE
the news, views; and Interviews
regarding Civil Rights and
other issues of importance to 2-BEDROOM HOUSE
the community. The program Is 4
designed to appeal to listenersof
all ages, to keep them Informed 1480 NW 58th Street
on issues WMBM believes :.1:1.: .
to be Important to the 'SMALL DOWN PAYMENT
community.
MIr BALANCE LIKE RENT
WMBM; and Blanche Callo-

way personality, popular serving and as wellknown permanent P Duplex! Income property

hostess for the show, Invites Ii r. ,'Other fine homes in northwest sectioni'ti
comments on !' show. 'f:
4 . .*rAnnouncement ,,4
r i '\ Also -'

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Negro employees of the city
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. PIn- RT SIll Lovely homes and lots in Carver's Ranches
der, 3220 NW 48th Terr., announce from "Went Side
the engagement of their stir jour deepest HERB MUNNINGS
daughter, Elizabeth K. MfcDugle JIMMY. :.: CKAW- ,
to John L. Davis, son of Mr. thin wonderful KKAL KSTATJO IlllOKKIl
and Mrs. James Davis, Cola- : the SATKMJTK
man, Fla. A December 26 wed- ( )' "nut of .thiN
ding is planned. ) ; nlte! 755 NW 51st Street 757.6365
: HJNOI1
AnnouncementMrs. ): NW 7th .\\('.
I
Cleolla McCartney of J
2491 NW 151st St., Opa-locka,
announces the engagement of
her daughter, Diana Seleana to
Clinton Brenner Nellly of Nas-
I
sau, Bahamas. An early December Robert H. "Cfief Belcher
wedding is planned.
Diana is also the daughter of I
Ivan McCartney of 1137 NW :
58th Terrace. ANNOUNCES THE



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FRESH DRUMMER BOYFranks
Pork Neck Bones Ib 150 Ib 330

HICKORY HILLSliced
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Apples 3 Ibs 39* Coffee lIb can 39C Pillsbury// Biscuits 2-31
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DOZEN MIRACLE WHIPSalad Fleuchmaji Corn Oil
Oranges Grapefruit 291 Dressing qt 39C Margarine Ib 31

Pecans 16 351
BIRDS EYEChopped 10 OZ. PK|
Hormel Spam 39C
Broccoli I(
YAMS 3 IDS 25*
14 OUNCE BOTTLE
CRYSTAL PINT BOTTLE BIRD'S EYE
Heinz Catsup 19C
Alcohol JOe Cut Corn 10 oz Pk 1!
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA.

NAACP Protests Low I SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 9, 1963 PAGE 7


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Migratory Wages In Fla. :' ,,:\' U Ir tg


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Protesting vigorously againsta the Walsh-Healy Act's lowest states Thus the Federal :

Department of Labor order j minimum rate of $1.15 or $1.25per ernment is actively GOV-1 i ..
exempting Flordia from pay- hour." Florida profit takers at $ +
ment of the 95 cents mimimum pense of farm operators in other _
hourly Wage for. migratory As a result, Mr. Hill asserted, states." _
farm workers, Herbert Hill "the many thousands of Negro _
labor secretary of the National farm workers and their children Moreover, Mr. Hill decried
Association for the Advance- in the State of Florida the importation of foreign farm
ment of Colored People charged will be the victims of this workers into Florida where ,
that these workers "are the shoddy political arrangement.For plenty of domestic labor is available 4 4
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victims of the most extreme exploitation the national Administration "It is absolutely false,"
to be found anywherein to be a party to such an he said, "to maintain that thereIs
the United States." incredible arrangement com- an inadequate supply of domestic 1
promises in the most funda- farm workers in Florida Y 4 rr
Mr. Hill leveled this chargeand mental sense the moral integrityof I which justifies the Importation r
raised the question of political the Federal Government and of 14.0UO foreign workers . . 1
deals in testimony at a Department the social responsibility of the It is difficult to understand how yY tan
of Labor ,hearing here. Kennedy Administration." the United States Government
Citing his observations of migratory which has a clear responsibility -
farm workers in all The low wage rate granted to protect the welfare of its
sections of the country over a Florida farmers he charged, citizens, can be a party to an
15-year period, the NAACP gives the state "an unfair advantage arrangement which adversely:;

spokesman said: "As depressedas over other agricultural affects In the sharpest possslble Pictured above are membersof C. Galloway, Mrs. Marjorie
the condition of migratory producing states such as California manner the economic and socialwelfare Las Amlgas Social and Civic Crltten, Mrs Jacqueline Har-
agricultural labor may be elsewhere Michigan, Indiana New of the most deprived Club following a mpptnc to com- roll; seated left to right are
the status of such work- York and New Jersey. The fat groups of citizens in the nation plete plans for a benefit i 111'8.VlIhclmcna Kellly, Miss
ers in Florida is t o day far Florida margins above the national ." Mnrtha Jackson, Mrs. Eloise
worse." price levels are due in fashion show to be held at Brown and Mrs. Edna Evans.
part to climate and the proxi- In view of past recommendations Blndland on November 17. Members not shown are Mrs.
Under pressure of Florida'stwo mity of large markets; but they : against importation of Standing from left to right are Jcanetto Goa and Mrs. Lonla
Senators, the national 95 are due, also, in no small measure farm workers by governmental Mrs. Moselle Hell Mrs. Grace Llnsley.ralnlea .
cents minimum was suspendedin to wage rates lower than commissions, Mr. Hill asked: ,
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those in in 0
effect
this competing --
state. Following
an appeal "How much more proof (must .
by the Senators to Pre. be) assembled regarding the adverse -
sident Kennedy, the old 65 cent effect upon American Office Treatment of
rate was re-instituted pendingthe Free Green Stampt at workers of the foreign farm labor LOW
present hearing. This rate, program before the Federal 'RUPTURE v PILES '
the NAACP labor secretary Government ucts? Is the COST

charged, "is' fully 40 per cent Roosevelt Florida Fruit and Vegetable Utctnl I UlMof'ONt'0'' rlrOMC Vein, IrOoat
below that which prevails under Association so powerful; Is the -No lost tlnHJI"'rlU'(1"' TPUNNUpon .
Roosevelt and Loan
Saving
United States Sugar Producers
J Correction. of Itupturc. Reducing }
Association added
a new plusto Association so mighty, that it
___ its long line of service this can bend the Government of the Itlood-Urlne Tents hit. I LONO'H CLINIC
__ week when is added a Merchant United States of America to Its 1515 g.W. l8t Ht.-FK 3-2718 A general health service
Green Stamp program for will?"
benefit of its depositors.
1
The stamp program works r
like this: When you open an N
account with, or add you get
100 Merchants Green Stamps
free. For $100 you get 200
green stamps, $150, 300 green meless Electric

stamps and soon. A $500 deposit .1.......:..,............ ..
earns you 1,000 Merchant .
Green Stamps'.
A peical introductory offeris (<
n
y3th' a drawing on Friday night Water. ,
w + Nov. 15 at 7 p.m. When 5.000
\ green stamps well be given isaukjif
I- away free to the holder of the
lucky number. All you need do ,
Is go into to Roosevelt S and L
and fill out a blank. No trans-
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Door SundayThe 1 (

Rev. Charles L. Marcus ,
will be in Miami attending the !

annual meeting of the United .
Church Board for World Ministries ,j
at Plymouth Congre- ,
gational Church, Coconut Grove I
and will be the guest preacherat : ';1 x+ ,,ail
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the 11 a.m. worship service a a j e"SUPERSAFE"

Nov. 10 at the Church of the ,

Open lie Is Door.a long time friend and "SUPER FAST" L t "CONVENIENT"k

colleague of the pastor, Rev. ,
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McDowell. 1.
II I C. ;
The Rev. Marcus of New : k
York City is secretary for Af- ,
rica of the United Church
Board for World Ministries( I
The Hoard is the overseas fon \.
agency of the United.1 Church of Pfc. Daniel J. Walden, son of y
Christ a union of the Evangelical Mrs. Corene Walden Is home on 3 f ? dM"NOISELESS"
and Reformed Church and leave after completing eight
Congregational Christian i I weeks of basic training at Fort
churches. Jackson S.C. He is now stationed -
He directs the denomination's in Gth Battalion ((175 M.M.)
extensive medical, educational ( S.P.) 10th Artillery, Fort Sill,
and evangelistic programs In Oklahoma. He is now on his "DEPENDABLE" iJ "CHEAPER"

Angolia, Southern Rhodesia, way to Germany.He .
South Africa, Ghana and Togo. I is a'62 graduate of I
Before Africa secretary in 1962, Mr. era electric water beating . became flamelett make the
Marcus was co-secretary for High and, Claussen BIG DIFFERENCE!
Racial and Cultural Relations It Is cleanest and most dependable by far. Completely

of the denomination's Council Named to Florida automatic and carefree. No flame, no fumes, no constant- .. ..., III
for Christian Social Action for burning pilot light. Nothing to worry about. No flue is needed
five years, with offices In 10 your electric water heater can be tucked away anywhere. ,
Cleveland. Earlier, from 1954 League Board I All the heat goes into the water-none is waited up a vent. "sAnd
to 1957, he was secretary for lea heat lout saves money.

Racial and Cultural Relationsof Miami Mayor Robert High and Enjoy it In your home for all the hot water you need. ... '.. I
Dean :
and Reformed Councilman Q
the Evangelical Miami Shores instantljrl! See the new models now-round, square and counter. };
have been elected to r
Church. Claussen
Board of Directors of the top-at your appliance dealer,plumbing or electrical contractor. 11. :
Born In Swiftown Miss on the "' 1
Feb. 14, 1917. Mr. Marcus Is a Florida League of Municipalities. -

member of the executive com- hiatila J-fJame L ;
mittee of the Department of I
:
officials
Relationscf The two local recently i I
.
Racial and Cultural named at the League ..JT'd CHEAPER. TOO
the National Council of the ,
State Convention in Tampa, will :
In the
Christ
of
Churches
U. S. A. and has written many serve with ten other board the FLORIDA r POWER ft LIGHT r COMPAM-Y, /
members from throughout
articles and lectured widely on HELPING BUILD FLORIDA I
the subject of race relations. state. I




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of the YMC.A.1Vider Hori- Book ReviewThe \

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Monthly
nouned today by the Execu- Book Review Series at the
tive See r eta ry, Calvin C. Northwest YWCA Center will
Hughes. be held on Friday Nov 15th at
"The Kindergarten ProgramIs 8 pm Another of the work of
designed to prepare five- Author James Baldwin will be {rn i li
year-old children for the first studied Fire Next Time", a
grade and will Include: reading, non-fiction book, is a slim l i
number! readiness, music, danc- volume that holds two eassys.
ing, arts and crafts, games, etc. One is a letter to Baldwin's
fine program Is under the direction nephew on the 100th Anniver-
of Mrs Evelyn Palt anda sary of the Emancipation Pro
volunteer staff of trained clamation The second essay is I
adults" j a letter from a region of the ( I
"Group activity in the kindergarten I Author's fertile mind "to all
will be one of the : American he Issues a plea of "
major contributions, since this' warning to end the racial nightmare" IBM GraduateFred "ilj
will afford the children an opportunity while there is yet time j .
to learn to work with (POST) IIALLOUKKN ( Baldwin Jr., son of Mr.
others and develop a sense of COSTUME: DANCK and Mrs. Fred Baldwin Sr., of'
belonging a group." "This :Miami, graduate of Booker T. .
program will also help to pre- Junior! and Senior High Washington High School, has
pare them for life in this complex attend School students are Invited to receive a certificate in IBM at
society and future school the Post Ihilloucrn Co!*- Temple Business College of .r
work," said Mr. Hughes. There YWCA tame ))Co-Ed ancl'. sponsored. by the Washington, D. C.
Club
The dance
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MUSIC! MU8ICI! MUSICI! YWCA JewelsThe Dinner Sale Frank DuBoise Band!: Admission'Sat. 1.75 Sun: $1.25

Hear Jimmy Crawford ex- I
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Satellite Lounge ,every lilt.e."Thr3 their initial meeting at the tist Church will sell, dinnerson TEENAGE MATINEE
Inclmonn" "SpeakLcm" home of thepresident; Mi*. Nov. 10 at the church. Ware e
"My Fatoiitr Things joyahU playing evening was spent asking everyone to cOm Sundry, Nov. 10, 3-6* p.m. The 5 Kingpins plus ,allstarstar -
"DKeilu") games and a delightful) and enjoy a well planned meal.
me t h
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Leila It. Williams. A Starting at 12 We will be
classics" in Jazz requested nlte- very onepast noon show Admission $1.00.
)ly. Make iU! was served The guests looking forward to seeing allof
departed
with expressions of, you.J. .
SATELLITE LOUNGK 'tnank: for! a pleasant evening; I II, Ferguson, president; week Nov. 1517Bill
glad that Coming next
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Additional Church News from the top of your head to

your toes including

Suits Trousers Caps of

Chapel 'to Have FRIENDSHIP M. BAPTIST I quality at popular prices
Kelly Rev. J, L. Jenkins, pastor
Woman's Day Ruby Lee Carr, reporter TO COME AND SEE US

The Woman's Society of "I love the Lord because He
Christian Service cordially Invites hath heard my voice and my
you to attend the ninth supplications.-Psalm 1161.: ,
annual Woman's Day service at 1 feel confident that this pas- w N,
Kelly's Chapel Methodist sage voices the sentiment of
Church, 7105 N.V.. 71 Street,, friendship at large after such a Apartments
Liberty City, Rev. Frank C. superb and miraculous confer-
Cambridge, pastor. ence Thursday night. The Lordis N.W. 62nd Street
Two outstanding women will; wonderfully blessing our
U guest speakers reflecting great church, and moving potential -- .
their views on the theme, "The! obstacles. It was voted
Faith that Compels Us", Mrs, by the conference that the Crowned Our Cool, Clean Apartments
Ruby Johnson, Secretary of student Church Corporation be abol- Many Features
Work for the Florida Con- ished.
ference W. S. C. S. of the Meth- We feel that the decisionsand FREE GAS
odist Church and a resident actions thusly stated were Mrs. Myrtice
of Ft.' Lauderdale, will be the a great influence to our revivalist crowned Refrigerator Gas Stove
morning speaker. Mrs. M and soul stirring ser Macedonia" Venetian Blinds
Athalie Range, proprietor of vices on Sunday. Our pastor annual Woman's
Range Funeral Home, will be< delivered both sermons whicl on October 27 Laundry Rooms
the speaker for the evening were most gracious and power- A total<: of
service. powerful. These among other raised by the Auto hot water heater

The services will commence will never be surpassed.We church. June ; Filtered water
at 11:00: a.m., and 7:00: p.m. are continuously striving Board No. 2
The program includes man; for the betterments and prosperity Serving as ON PREMISES
In the community Mrs. Louise
Influential women of mankind througl
that will certainly assure Christ. Visitors are always wel Inez Tennant
all attending an upliftirtj come to worship with us. The chairman 0 ----
experience.Come We are constantly remembering mittees wish to
out and worship with] our sick and those in di- friends, patrons Weekly Rates
us. You'll be glad you did. stress. May God continue to< ers who
shower His blessings upon us The members $18.50 2 bedroom Apt.
SALTERS CHAPEL A.M.E cedonia are
Rev. H. J. Benson, pastor NEW MT. ZION BAPTIST ing in the every day Phone OX 1-8862
Mrs. Flossie Marshall, reporte; Auditorium. A
The services were wonderfu Last Sunday, a wonderfu building has 332: ,
all day starting in the Sunday; I day for us. The morning ser NW 5Gth St.,
School. A great lesson was dis mon was delivered by our congregation
cussed and enjoyed by all. Mrs pastor. February, 100.t.Rummage,
Davis the superintendent The afternoon program was
Agnes
in charge. In the 11:00: service sponsored by the Willing Workers . CIT Y
Choir no. 1 was serving with Club which celebrated its
Mrs. Esther Finch at the Orgar 15th anniversary. Rev. E. T The Gold ,
Underwood ai Grfcham, pastor of Ml, Zioi; !
and Mrs. Clara consisting of a
the Piano. Usher Board no. 3 1 Baptist Church delivered ar secretaries IN THEATRE
also I Inspiring ana uplifting, ser-
served through the day, years ago for

Stewardess. Board no. 2 was inaction non.Mr.. Arthur II. King, director raising funds 22nd Ave. and 69th St.
communion.
for the Christine Co sponsoring a
choir No. I Miss
The Pastor Rev. H. J, Benson order to raise
hen, served as Mistress of Cere PLAYING
inspiring
brought a very strong and monies, Mrs. Marie Johnson, funds for a new .
sermon for the morning This sale will 41.'S
who ts known as a spiritualsinger WONDERFUL
the
creation,
He talked about sang "The Little Wooden day, November
shedding of blood and with Calvery the, Church On The Hill". N. W. 79th EVER EVER, !
Salters Chapel along workers from New Florida
rendered service at St, Willing 1iMli4
Pastor Providence, Mt. Tabor, Mt, flgl1RES
James A. M. E. Church Monday Rev Zion and Mt. Calvary were present. R IplltMl( pNEY ,
night, November 0, 8:00.: Don'tforget The Friendship Carder :; r'Cf
is the pastor.
Blacknell
Will and Civic Club was well repre-
to visit the sick. sented. Principal Walter White
see you in church next Sunday, and Principal Robbie Wright

lifted the offerings.This .
MARTIN MEMORIAL AME was truly a great event
Rev J, D. Dukes, pastorOn and a huge success. '
Sunday, Nov. 10, the wo- Our pastor delivered the
men of Martin Menorial will evening sermon. All of the sermons
observe their Fifth Annual Wo- were very well delivered 1 ]
man's Day. Speaker for the and received. The public is invited \
morning service will be Mrs M to come and worship at
Athalie Range, prominent busi- New Mt. Zion Baptist at all
ness and professional woman times; and witness such inspiring I
three o'clock the Junior
Miss of the church will have BAHA'I ASSEMBLYOn Your f M8 R2eN 606611 J SSE tip, ED "

good their singing program for, with your lots enjoy-of the Baha'is Tuesday of, Greater November Miami 12, R 1 S10P1 ONRI'DOI' iPf SO SJI i'ilan'


ment.The seven o'clock with service Mrs. will Le- vlll throughout Join millions the world of believers in commemoration a friend ; [ MCtNfISlfYr'RR1 plhfSS1_ l>Sf IfEIISRp
be highlighted
nette Pennington teacher at of the birth 14Gth of anniversary the .and eta\ .JPDFOiWAR v SM f SJDNff
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Richmond Elementary School as of the . -
Bounder of their Faith.
the speaker. A wonderful program [ ,
Chairman
Donald Barrett -
has been planned for you Mr. Baha'I 11.a'r the PLUSMIAMI
please come out and enjoy it. of the Hollywood how you how
On Tuesday, there will be Group, which will be the host famuanca
official board meeting all inte- group; for this occasion, stated utmost value "
rested members are asked to Us hat Baha'u'llah was born on Health
present. November 12, 1817 In Teheran, thdadtagt
: and in 18G3 publicly
Sunday ran, proclaimed
Please support your
..retirement
he the -
School, remember the youth of that was promised
today make the leaders of tomorrow one foretold in the sacred ...
scriptures of all divinely revealed ..disability
.
religions.Mr.
Barrett, also stated that ...bospilta>
THE INCARNATIONRev.
there Is no clergy or ritual In ...borne own
Theodore Jones, vicar he: Baha'i World Faith, and ..nffinltiei
Rev. H. E. S. Reeves, deacon hat -Baha'u'llah's teachings of
he oneness of God's Messengers OlD today for ilt/M
Sunday Nov., 10 will be observed and the oneness of mankind Off 3POOy AAU1Hq.wyY11 iuJpaL e t111N
as Men's Day. A service have attracted believers from tsdsvCARL + sor+otrm oneeueal iB Nshwti
will Ite fitting for the occas- every religious, racial and national -
ion and all the men of the background. W. SOONI
Church 'are asked to Ue thereto
cause it to be a most unusual : The public' Is cordially Invited SPECIAL I
'day. Special envelopes have to :attend the public meeting -
been prepared with an invita- to be held at the First Na- 9301 N.E.

tion, and in this way each one tonal Bank of Hollywood, Hos- Res.
Is expected to respond to the i iltallty Room, Hollywood Boulevard -
manly appeal. and 20th Ave., at 8 p.m. Bus 7

Fletcher A. Paschal, keyman, Miami
is seeking to, put an invitation i I
in the hands of every man of 3rd( and we hope to finish the
the Church. Attorney James W. job at the end of the month
Matthews will be the speakerin hat envelopes might be Issued <
place of the sermon at the promptly. We are using the
11:00: o'clock' Mass and you can hurch: year now instead of /OAS MEWS :
prepare yourself to hear a he calendar year, and we are c....City
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Woman's Day At Y'-IP'Y' ...MwJNW GREATER BETHEL AME
Rev S. A. Cousin, pastor

Next Sunday is a special day
Temple Baptist ChurchAll for women at Greater Bethel.
The annual observance of
r Women's will be held. Mrs.
things are ready for the Day
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seventh annual observance ofVoman's Andel Micklns, wife of Rev. I.

Day at Temple this ST. BARNABAS W. M. C. Micklns of Mt. Olivette Bap-
Sunday. A full program has A. E. McNeal, reporter tist Church, will be morning
been prepared, which will eMrs.Sop E. A. Culmer, pastor 1111111k speaker. Assistant principal for
keep members and friends busy Dawkins, reporter curriculum at Liberty City
throughout the day. Elementary: School, Mrs. Mlck-
Morning worship was led by ins is also an ardent church
Mrs. Clora Pearsall, principal the pastor in charge. Being the worker. Superintendent of her
of Orchard Villa school and- first Sunday Holy Communion Sunday School and a memberof
prominent educator, will deliver was administered. No. 1 choir the Council of Church Wo-
the message at the 11 furnished music with their organist men. Mrs. Micklns will speakon
service. A graduate of Florida a.m. Mrs L. Knowlcs. No. 1 the topic: "Created for a
ushers served. ... "
Purpose Mrs. Frances Trapp
A and M
University (BS) and
New York Evening devotions were led Gause, general chairman: of
Mrs. Pearsall University has served(in M.A.the), by the pastor. He preached I the activity Is asking all captains -

Dade County Public School from 107th Psalm, "Oh give to be prepared to make
tem as teacher counselor Sys- thanks unto the Lord for His full reports Sunday evening.
and mercies
endureth forever. Clubs and boards are also
principal for more than a quar- Our Woman's
Day speaker is expected to report.
ter of a century. She is a dynamic Mrs Ida T. Ratcliffe, principal Who will be Mrs. Greater
speaker with a mission.A of Brownsville Senior High I MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. Bethel and receive the all-ex-

School. You arc Invited to hear trip to Nassau?
pense
special program will be SATURDAY
) NOVEMBER 9 1963
this PAGE 11
presented by the women at 3:30: dynamic speaker Nov. 21. Special feature of the even-
.
p.m. when: n number Of outstanding Ing service will be an hour of
talent will ST. LUKE AME music, directed by Mrs. Naomi
The feature of the 7 appear.p.m. service Rev. James A. Grisby, pastor ST. JAMES AME NEW BETHEL BAPTIST Ward Symonette..
will be a 30-minute musi- Mrs Katie T. Mitchell, reporter Rev. J. B. Blacknell, pastor ROOMS( BOUGHT FOR
1571 NW C8th
Miss Bernice Harvin assistant Bert Cooper Terrace
reporter
cal and
literary CONFKHKNCK
program Rev. Ernest Williams
pastor
I Bert
Awards will be made by the; Services were good at St. Cooper, reporter Deacon Fred Williams reporter Mrs. Carrie B. Ward, chair-
Silent Workers and the captains -. Luke beginning with the Sun- The publicity committee "For God is not the authorof man of housing for the Annual
will make their report. day School at 9:30: a.m. Brother headed by Mrs. Catherine Pet- confusion but of peace as Conference to be held at
Plan to spend the day at t George White, superintendent, erson, has released the name In all churches of the saints.Let Greater Bethel in December, is
Temple. presided. of the speaker for Women's all things be done decently asking for accommodations.Persons .
Morning service was conducted Day. In so doing she has reminded and in order" I Corin- who have rooms avall-
by Rev. D. L. Franklin the reporter that he thians 14:33-40.: aWe are asked to call the
Bouquets galore to the officers and Bro. Williams S. G. Foul. mado a glaring error in last The last! Sunday service was church office weekdays.
and members of the male The senior choir and senior week's I notice. It seems that wonderful. The spirit was Auxiliary Board No. 2 Invites
chorus, for having paid in full ushers served at both services. wo had unintentionally named truly present. Rev. Williams you to witness the crowning of
for the fence. They did in five The pastor selected his text Nov. 27 us the date for this I preached out of the depths of their queen Sunday, Nov. 10
months what the most! Important affair, wherein his heart.
required from 4
company St. Luke 22.51; using as a during a special program at
them to do in five years. I subject "The Arrest Trial And as we all know, It Is Nov. 17. The service Sunday was p.m. Candidates ore Mrs. Lee
Hearty congratulations to all! Death of Jesus." Ho preachedout I'm quite sure that the women turned into a prayer meeting Gulon, Mfrs.! Frankie Glover.
will and all souls were touched by
slight error.
of his soul. Peterson the Members of Greater Bethel
Mrs. said that Mrs. power of God.
The evening services beganat Dorothy Edwards, wife of This Sunday the No. 1 choir and the entire community are
TRIUMPH CHURCH 7 p.m. with both assistant "Coach* Oscar J. Edwards, will render the music with Sis. Invited to the Fight for Freedom
ministers conducting the Rltu- will be the speaker In the Dorothy Braynon at the organ. Benefit program Nov. 8 at
Prince H. Mobley, pastor listic services. The pastor again morning Mrs. Edwards Is a Please don't forget to visit 8 p.m.Cousin.
Sis C. McKinney, reporter delivered a soul stirring scr- mcmlter of the County School the sick and shutlns. for Bishop} Club will
mon from St. Mark 10:17: "And System. She Is! well preparedas meet at the home of Mr. and
"Let the word of Christ
when he heard that It was a speaker and will undoubt- TRANSFIGURATIONEpiscopal Mrs. Clarence Jones, 1005 NW
dwell in you richly in all wis- Jesus of Nazareth he began to edly havo a message that you 47th Terr. All members and
dom, teaching and admonishing cry out and say Jesus thou son cannot afford to miss hearing. ( ) patrons are invited to attend
one another in psalms::; and of David on me. Fr. Elisha S. Clarke Jr., vicar the meeting at 8:30: p.m.
hymns and spiritual songs, We were honored with the The women have chosen Sunday night the pastor, officers -
singing with grace in your of well In selecting Mrs. Edwards. On the and will
presence our Bishop W. F. Churchwomen members wor-
hearts She Is veteran teacher and Episcopal will
to the Lord. Colos- a a Methodist
at Ebenezer
Ball.There former education In have Its Fall United Thank Offering ship
sians 3:1: G. physical -
will be a tea given In and Cor- Church in an after-service. Attention -
Ingathering
structor. Being of foremost
one our
Last Sunday the service all behalf of Woman's Day on the educators, they are happ porate Communion at the 0 Is called to all who are
day was most wonderful. The third Sunday from 4 to 0 p.m. that she has consented to address a.m. Sung Mass. All women Interested in baptism All baptisms -
school of Wisdom's subject was by Sister A. Weaver at 1001 them on Nov. 17, the! should be prepared to turn In :: for Nov. will bo admin-
"When Csristians Worshop." N\V 5th place. third Sunday.For your blue box envelopes, also istered on the second! Sunday
A tuikey will be given awayat you are urged to wear white In November instead of the
After the school our pastor 2021 NW 5th place at the the evening service at dresses if possible and, your third Sunday.ST. .
gave a beautiful, enlightening home of Sister A. Smith Tuesday fi:30: o'clock a panel discussionwill chapter rosettes. Mrs. Ruth
talk on the lesson. night Nov. 19. Everybody be presented. The panelists Singleton, UTA custodian.We MARY'S W M.
Is invited. haven't been selected as are asking everyone to
The YPE band was most educational Let us not forget our first yet, but you may rest! assured support our church's paper Rev. H. V. Stuart pastor
Each Sunday thereIs Woman's Day on the fourth that whomsoever they select drive.I Call Mtr. Harold Mitchell Ml8i! Dorothy Major, reporter
a program for the youth. Sunday of this month. and whatever theme Is chosen president of the Episcopal TOTAL AMOUNT
Each demonstrated their talent' you will be most pleased to be Churchmen, for any Information ON WOMICN'R: DAY IIAIRKI 2007.73
to the highest. NA 1-7091.
SHILOH BAPTISTSis. present. :
thanks all
Again to one and
C. M. reporter The St. Veronica's Chapter
The evening service was con- Rev. A. M.MyJes Griffin, pastor It is Imperative that westress presents Autumn Leaves, on for making our Women's Day a
ducted by Bro. J. Phillips The the fact that all members evening: of cultural activities! on success.
honor was bestowed upon Nov. 3 our pastor deliveredthe arc obligated for Women's Sunday, November 24, 4-0 p.m. Our Church Anniversary will
County Mother, V. Mobley, to morning and evening ser- day You ore assessed a certain at the home of Mr. and Mrs be observed Monday night
open the expressions and It mons. Scriptures were read by amount with each cap- George; Tinker, 2105 NW 157thSt. November 11 at 8 p.m. Rev S.
was Just outstanding as wellas Elder E. Ross Text for the tain carrying the heaviest load. Rd. Come out and bring a A. Thomas of Mt Slanl Baptist
wonderful. Our pastor, morning was taken from Colos- Those' members who don't friend. Mrs. Jane Lewis, chair- Church along with his
Prince Mobley delivered the sicms 3:10.: For the evening the know who their captain is choir will deliver tho annlvers-
message for the evening. His text was taken from Isaiah 53: may get this information from man.MT. message also Temple Baptist
subject was "The End has r. the secretary.The CARMEL BAPTIST choir will, ho there, along with

Come, do You See The Sign?" Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock outlook for this day Rev 1). A. Bradley, pastor our own Joint choir. Following
The sermon was very edifyingas the church at large will wor- seems dark for the men Christine Cohen, reporter the program refreshments will
pretty be
served
well enjoyable.Each members and friends
as I
Zion Methodist
ship at Mt. who raised over $3,500 on their
are Invited to out and
come
Surely the churning of milk en-
Saturday night there I Is church in Opa-locka. day.[) Should the women go Joy the
bringeth forth butter and the program
Biblo class every Tuesday this amount the men will
church
singing at the over
program Sunday November
wringing of the nose bringeth morning,
8 o'clock. Everyone is entertain the womenat
night at have to
This Sat-
for your enjoyment. 10
our Junior choir will
furnish
forth blood: BO the forcing of
urday the Miami All Stars and invited to worship and take a date to be decided upon. music
in Bible class. With such women as Mrs. Mar- wrath bringeth forth strife- during our morning
other local groups will render part our service Sister
arrington and
,
the Remember to visit and pray tha Nicholson and Mrs. Classic Proverbs 30-31.
songs. The fourth Sunday in this Sister Bodle are in charge of
for our sick and shut-Ins: Porter heading up this drive
This Sunday the Union meet- Mother Ethel Smith's! at home 1 the men are doomed. month will climax our annual our Junior choir. The pastor
ing with Rev. E. C. Williams and Sis. Cherry Holland In Woman's Day, and we, are expecting theme" will lie, "I Will Lead
president, will convene In Per- Jackson. Hospital. MARTIN MEMORIAL all our friends to come Softly. Numebr one choir will
rine. Prince W. J. Roberts is Richmond Heights and be with us on this great furnish music at night.

the host pastor for this Sun- ST. LUKE BAPTIST Rev. J. D. Dukes, pastor day.Bible Ways and Means Committee
day 17'JO' NW G5th St. class every Tuesday, will meet at 0 p.m., next Sun-
P. W. Williams, pastor G. W.. Llttlefield secretary 7 p.m. Prayer meeting TuTuesday day afternoon.
Mother L. Marshall, one of Rev.Bunesba Green. reporter "The Woman's Role in the 8 p.m. RememUer the sick andshut
our missionaries, is in Daytona Mrs. New Frontier of Peace and in every where. NEW PROVIDENCE
Beach conducting a revival for "But the hour cometh and Freedom": is the theme being Rev. C. J. Hurnoy, pastor
the saving of souls and the now is, when the true worshippers used J/y the women of Martin GRACE PRESBYTERIAN Sift. Claudia Wilson, reporter.
blessing of the saints. shall worship the FatherIn Memorial at its 5th Annual The services were high
Do remember you and yours spirit and in truth. For the Woman's, Day program to be Bouquets of praise to Mr. throughout the day Sunday.
are always welcome to wor- Father seekcth such to wor- observed Sunday, Nov 10, at and Mrs.: Harold Hlggs: for We are thankful to God for Ills
ship with us. ship Him."-St. John 4:23.: Richmond Heights. their fine leadership in help many blessings.
On last Sunday, service was Mrs. Wilma Harris, program ing us with the observance of The Junior Choir will cele-
spiritually enjoyed \ty all. Our chairman, and Mrs. Coretha our Fifteenth Church Anniver- brate their Second Anniversary -
NEW MT. MORIAHThe pastor delivered two wonderful Paschal, cochairman, expects a sary last week. Each event of on the second Sunday
public is cordially Invited sermons, and the Holy Spirit banner crowd and would like the week was a wondrous occasion Evening, time 3 p.m. The number
You have a
to worship with us during i was with us. for everyone to attend. to behold. Thanks also one dholr will celebrate
our regular services, Sunday standing invitation to worship Two outstanding persons to all of our members and their second anniversary on
School at 9:30: ; morning I with us at any time.10 at 3 p.m. will be the guest speakers. The friends who helped to make Friday evening Nov., 15.
service at 10:45: and evening Sunday.Nov.Star is celebratingIts amiable Mrs. Athalle Range, our anniversary a great success. Time 8 p. m., and on the Third
service at 6:45.: the ,Eastern St. Luke uccessful operator of the We are now preparing for our Sunday Nov. 17. Time 3 p.m.
anniversary welcome. Range Funeral Home will be every member canvass for the You aree welcome to all of ,
The pastor is at home from Everyone is Nov. 17 at :3 p.m. he morning speaker, Mrs. Third Sunday, of the month. these programs. Keep in mind \
the hospital and doing fine but the Sunday Male,Chorus will celebrateIts Leeneta Pennington, one of We urge every member to pre- the Dinner sale being sponsored -
let us not forget him and the first anniversary. Both Sent outstanding instructors in pare to subscribe his share, by the Y. W. A., and the
rest of the members who are ior choirs are asked to appear he local school system will deliver as God has prospered him, to Young Matrons Aux. Saturday
sick. We were spiritually bless- this The general 1 the evening message. Outstanding the budget of the Church for at the church. You may call
ed throughout the services! on on program.Is cordially invited. : women of the communities 1004. Also we are preparing for the Church for delivery.
continueIn public
last Sunday. Let another us that Deacon Floyd Davis, president. will be participants.Come our Thanksgiving Baskets pro-
prayer for one In the Pray for the sick and shut- out and help make this ject. This project is spear- Uut we need the interest and
we Lord.may grow stronger ins. event' a memorable one. headed by the board of deacons, support of the whole church.



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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. IN MEMORIAMIn j ALBERT . .
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PAGE 12 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1963 loving memory of o uhusband r DEATHS .: I

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CARDS ... MEMORIALS + RANGE . u 5


a.'R. __'r"r",," _J.I ISAAC DAIN, JR., know this <
:44 A 4 many friends as "Windmill"of ,

I IN r MEMORIAMIn I CARD OF THANKS jnexpectededly 12iy N. W. G5th on Terrace November died;3

lovtnq, memory of of our at Princess Margret Hospital UNassau
.. We the of the late
:"""! I family Bahamas. He was a
'
:' ._ esident of Miami for over
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\ : :> : ; Eat twenty-five years and was vacationing -

passing.Mr. .
I Bain Is survived by his! , ta
,
1f, wife, Mildred Morley, three<
+ d S daughters, Mrs. Cynthia New-
bold, Maxine and Marva Bain;
S
one son, Allen; one grandson. ., 1
Funeral services will be held ,

Saturday at 3.00: p.m., at Mt.
Olivette Baptist Church with

Rev. I. C. Mickins officiating.MRS .
rt$ ihI MRS. ALBERTHA MUNDY,
1075 NW 5th Ave., wife of Rev.
and father, BERTHA WILLIAMS' Otis W. Mundy, died at home
? LICENTIATE PREACHER 15820 NV. 22nd Avenue died Nov. 4. Other survivors include -

ALLEN FERGUSONof November 5th at Jackson Me- three sons, Donald, Otis,
I r' j44 St. Matthew's Baptist Church morial Hospital. She lived In Jr., and David; four daughters,
iv who departed this life Nov. 8, Miami for 6 years prior to her Mesdames Benita Robinson,
1LIcL4 19G2. death. She Is survived by her Oona Toliver and Misses Joy

i Gone, Uut not forgotten. Husband, Deacon Ernest Williams and Deborah; two sisters Mrs
$ Unworthy as I am, ; one daughter, Mrs. Betty Ethel Sissle and Mrs. benitaWyatt.
Of Thy protecting care, Lee Tucker; three step-sons; Services Saturday, 3
: Jesus, I plead Thy gracious one step-daughter; seven grad- p.m. at Mt. Zion Baptist
MRS. CHARLOTTE GIBSON Name, j J children; one Urother, Murray Church, Rev. E. T. Graham,
mother, sister and great grand RUTH N. PARKER I For all my hopes are there. Andrews. pastor.

mother, Mrs. Ida Ferguson, wife
who departed this life November wish to thank our many rela- And Daughter GEORGE
EIE B. COINS 2101 N.,
11, 19G1. tives, friends and neighbors for WASHINGTON,
'. :May she rest in peace and their sympathy and kindness W. 3rd Avenue died at home 1837 NW 3rd Ave., died Oct 30.
light perpetual shine upon her. toward us during her Illness IN MEMORIAM November''5th. He Is the 3yearold He is survived by three sons,

r a Mrs.Mrs. Lucille Marie Higgs Pinkney, daughter, Dght. :and sympathy death, floral for their pieces cards, telegrams of- I ,,,..... .-......... -- .........,....,...--,..........",.. Goln.son Beside of Mr.his and parents Mrs., Batch he Is Joseph ters and of a Miami brother.; four Remains daugh-

Ruth Gibson, daughter and the donation of the survived by two brothers and were sent to Jacksonvlle Nov.
M Floyd Gibson, son use of their cars. one sister,. 1 for final rites.
I 10 grand and three great I Special thanks to Rev. Benson I Final rites and services will
grand children of Salters Chapel AME 'S S S'S be held In Quitman, Georgia
MRS. NETTIE PEARLSCOTT
Church for officiating the where he will be shipped FrI-
\ :, I GGOO SW 19th St., West
and services
eulogy for toward day night.
CARD OF THANKSThe us during her Illness, also f.tt',',. + Hollywood, died Nov. 1. Ser-
the staff of the Range Funeral (to'"'" 1 } Krs' vices Saturday at 2 p.m. at
family of the late, .", !I MRS. ELOUISE WILLIAMS First Baptist Church of Bunche
service
lome for efficient
.. .. ren- "
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Ji ;: of 14130 ,
'lered. May God bless: each of :: :" x 4; Park, Rev. W. J. Macon, pastor.
mond Heights, died Thursday Her husband, Mose; four sons,
IfA you.The Children ': '- morning, November 7th in six daughters, her father, two

I 1S Jackson Memorial Hospital. sisters and a brother survive.
: : k
: s Mrs. Williams had been a resident -
S J '
IN MEMORIAM / MRS. NANCY CURRY of
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fY'4 '. ..Iir..'_ ._'___...1___5 *_ ."' .. ..p.- for 25 years.SurvivIng. Williams 1310 NW 1st place died Nov. 5.
r f I In sad but loving memory of Mrs. are I Her survivors are two sons, G.
In memory of our husband, her son Matthew; three sisters,
our dear mother and wife, I P. and Marvin L. three
t father and grandfather: Annie M. Griffin, Rosa Lee daugh-
...... CHARLEY KEELS McNeil and Sally Curry. ters, Mrs. Ethel Williams, Mrs.
y I who departed this life Novem- Funeral arrangements are incomplete Leola Sams and Mabel. Ar-
L r her 10, 1962. rangements are incomplete.
t"4 4 Mrs. Pearlene Keels, wife
Mrs. Marjorie K. Pack,
daughter
RICHARDSON . .
; Mrs. Elizabeth K. Ferguson
j jk daughter i JULIUS TILESTON BROWN, FRANCIS . .
Charley M. Keels, daughter I G701 NW 14th Ave., son of Rev.
Nero Keels father and and Mrs. J, T. Brown, was MRS. ANNIE LEWIS
Susan of Belle Glade, born In Houston, Texas. He STRONG of 6540 NW 20th Ave.
mother lived In Miami for about 50 apt. 1 died Nov. 4. Services
And grand children years. Mr. Brown was a graduate Saturday, 2 p.m. In the chapel.
p :iJCORNELIA I II I, May he rest In peace. from the Baptist Theological Remains will be on view 4 p.m.

..l.IIio'iVJiqW"'f! _..,.,.__. ._ Seminary in Nashville, Friday. Survivors Include two
I CARD OF THANKS I Tenn. in 1952 and ordained the brothers, Charles DeVose of
MRS. WRIGHT i same year. He served In World Akron, Ohio and Luther Curry
who departed this life October ._ and other relatives.
44 *; "5'' '! War 2 in the South Pacific for
17, wish to express their thanksto L \
three years as Army Chaplain,
the many friends and neigh ...f trom J913 until his discharge.In .
bors who sent cards, telegrams, 1946 he married the former HANKER
. .
flowers and rendered their
I Mae Charles Dozier Mr.
services during the time of our Brown pastored the Elizabeth JAMES JOHNSON of 018
bereavement. Special thanks to Street Baptist Church In Ar- NW 1st Ave. died Nov. 4 at
the Richardson Funeral Home, N a z+ home. The body was shippedto
cadia for three
Thomas and members pears. I Mobile Ala. for final
and Rev. I rites.
After the death of his step
of Mt. Sinai Baptist Church. I RACHEL J. RUSSELLwho lIe Is survived by his mother
father Mr. Brown became the
The Robinson and departed this life Nov. 14, manager of his real estate bus- Dossie and brother, Ben

Wright FamiliesIn I I960. iness, a popular eetablishment
You left us oh! so sad, NW 3rd Ave. and 13th St. EDMOND SHERMAN of 350
loving memory of our dear I As you went to the landof 4vlr.on Brown was a member of NW 10th St. died Oct. 31. Ser-

,!sister) and wife,_____"" I rest the Church of the open DOQC vice Saturday'ln the chapel. He
A country far from mortal sight under the pastorate of Rev. Is survived by his mother, Mrs.
The heaven prepared for thee. Henry McDowell. He was Ada Wilkins and a sister Eddls.

Sadly missed. assistant of the same church.
SAMUEL MOSS of 1771 NW
Aurelia Major, I Mr. Brown ,died in Cedars of
f Jennie Harris, daughters Lebanan Hospital on Oct. 31. Glth St., died Oct. 28 in Jackson ..
z )) husband Hospital. Service held Sat-
Calvin Russell, Services held Tuesday, Nov. 5 was
urday in the
Zion Church chapel. He Is sur-
at Mt. Baptist
f with Rev. McDowell officiating vived by a brother, James
IN MEMORIAMIn Sears an aunt, Mrs. Armenta
Mr Brown Is survived by his Storr.

loving memory of our wife, Mae Charles, an aunt,
sister, We, tue lanuiy ot tue late Mrs. Hattie Lee Heaves, Hondo -

EILEEN BUTLER Arthur A. Aranha, of Richmond Texas, an uncle, Fred Ful- ''Public Notice
CALDWELLwho Heights, who passed away Sep more of Hondo.

departed this life Novem- tember 26, 1963, wish to expressour This J3 to Inform the public
ber 7, 10G1. sincere appreciation for cards, FRANK KELLY of 531 NW that Charlie Williams has been
and our father, telegrams, flowers and words of Jth St., died Oct. 29'' He is sur- removed from the Deacon
REGINALD JOHNSONwho vived by his father, George of Board of Friendship MissIon-
fell asleep October 31, sympathy extended during our bereavement Kissimmee, Fla., eight brothers ary Baptist Church and in not

r,. 1951. George Jr., Willie, Harri- authorized to engage In any
There Is no time that we THC FAMILY. son, Joe, Pramist, John, Mack business dealings! for the above
. .. md Mark; four"\slsters, Mattie named church.
could set for parting ----- ----- ------
We who must remain are never :MUSIC LOVERS Lou, Francis, Rosa Mae and "V,
t ready for such pain, If you realty go for good Katie Mae. Services held in the
.
Even our prayers would be. music that's artistically played, chapel Nov. 5 at 11 a.m. with Washington; a brother, Reggie -
MRS. BERTHA REDMONDwho "Not yet! Not yet dear God you'll go for Jimmy Cravford7 Rev. Otis Mundy officiating. ; Services held In the chapel '*
November 11, 1958. Another day. niter' a week. This talented' Thursday with Rev. Ar Clifton" *

passed on and take your rest, With us let our beloved stay." young pianist takes you through FREDERICK S. WARD, Sr., Uozell_ officiating .' "
Sleep
but the Lord loves We must believe when falls the a new world of musical appreciation. a i former Miamian, died In "
we love you one can blow Make the scene at New York City Oct. 21. He HERMAN PHILLIPS of ,728 f"
There's no ,
you best. That wisely God has willed It the SATELLITE LOUNGE. leaves to mourn five sons, NW 1st court died at his rest ..'
take your place. sister so. Never' an admission charge.. Frederick Jr., Alonza George, lence,Nov..4. .,He Is.survived by
Essie B. Patterson husband, Vera A. Wilson 6222 NW 7th Ave. Marvin. Ronald; two daughters, his wife, Ethel. Arrangements.

Willie The rest Redmond of the, family Reginald D. Johnson .-----.--.. -..-- .Mrs.. Ann Floyd, Mrs. Brenda are incompete.





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FOR RENTCUStOM. FOR SALE FOR SALENO MIAMI TIMES, MIAMI, FLA.

btifUbt Aft 2Ubedrooms
tile bath NEW 4 CLOSING SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1963 PAGE 13
beautiful BEDItoOM 2 bath in COSTS 3-
kitchen and dining area. Adults West Hollywood Small down bedroom CBS, 2 baths: large ,
only,. Tu. see call 634-0333. SWJL bank financing Call rooms. Huge kitchen, screened ','
--' 4-0500. i inch!. front porch 2 car garage. Only -
FURNISHED or unfurnished $13,000 with $.100 down. Best
apt. ih Op'a-locka area. 1-bed- HOUSE AND LOT, 1789 NW street in Manor Park. Life I
rot m W1ftirt1is ed. $15 week, 2- 70th St. Phone PL 8-3070. Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL
bgdrbom Uhfurnlshed., $18, 1- N10 9-4371. Open Sundays. t: .
MANSION FOR SALE
bedroom furnished $21 2-bed-
rooms furnished $25 :Call Mic-
klns Rental Agency, NE 4-0500.) BY OWNER, no broker, new 1111 NW 55 St. Make offer. Will
: Indf 3-bedroom house, all electric consider any price, because 5-bedrooms, 2 baths, best CBS con .
l-BBDROOM furnished apt. A1J] kitchen and many other extras. must sell CBS, clean well kept, .')
utilities downtown area. $18 efficiency St.West Call Hollywood!! 5250 SW 23 2-bedroom home. I 13. room, atruction. 100 x 100. Can be used ,
$13. Call ,Mickins Ren- OX 15153. D7 stove, refrigerator, wall henter,
tal, Agency. NE 4-0500. Indf tile roof, beautiful yard fruit for home and in come. Extra large :,
.
$07 MONTH pays all Big, large trees. Open Sunday 2-6. Broker '
2-B DE ROOM HOUSE. Hard- rooms, good buy for only $9,000 NE 33743.IF rooms. Only one like it, $19,900 .
wood floors; 'tile bath, kitchen total. $300 down, also carporte
completely furnished, hot water Plus garage. A. Ben-Korl, total price. ,4.. 1 ..
.
and yard maintenance provided 5Tealtoff 714 NW 62 St. Nltes YOU ARE interested in '-- \ y.
: $25 week. 1235 NW 68 Terr. OJ-5533, days PL 4-3431. quality, this car Is for you. 1253 NW 43rd Street '
O0G-t>492 after 5:30: p.m. Brand new 1955 Buick Century, '.
2 CBS HOUSES in Liberty City. 2 dr. hardtop. Silver and black, Owner ,:WI 5-9886 "l
1-1JE DROM) AW BUllt-lii Price very reasonable, near $200 worth of brand new white
oven<<:! and range and refrigerator Grand Way PL 4-6408. walls. Not a spot of rust. Hi-Fi : t'
4010 NW 19th AVe+ radio, heater, mechanically perfect -
This car was garaged for
ROOM, 1081 NW 61 St. Matt 3-BEDROOM, could make 4 3 years. No $ down, $28 month.
CBS, hardwood floors
awning 1
universal
year warranty,
oh PL 8-4164. Call '
after 4
y cottage in rear. Total price 1501 NW 02 St. OX 1-9714.
p.m. I I $10,000. 1833 NW 45th St NE
4-0260. Liberty Arms
YOU CAN LIVE on a big, '53 BUICK, 2 dr. H.T. No $
quiet corner, 6 rooms and bath CBS from owner. Only $249 down, $15 per month. I year I APARTMENTS FOR RENT
all furn. for $20 week. No universal
a down. Move right in. warranty. See Luckie
lot.
Big
children, 5900 NW 23 Ave. fully furn. $75 month, 1162 NW 1101 NW 02 St. OX 1-9714. Unfurnished Furnishedfrom

37 St. WI 5-9880. r $10 Per Week up from $13.50 per week up
ROOM in private home. $7.50
each, 1545 NW 68 St. 635-8096. HOUSE, BY OWNER, widow, Persons occupying the same apartment for one year
HAVE TWO LOTS. A corner well built and fenced, easy
4719 W 15 Ct. Fully furn. and next to corner, near 441 mortgage payments. See it, will become owner of the said furniture
Nice and quiet. Adults $18 wk. and Pembroke Road. Will build 1825 NW 45 St. 6970 NW 17th AvenueSee
1 or 2 homes to suit your taste.
Low down For manager in Apt. 29
NW APTS. Garage apt. 3 rooms payment. Infor- LOVELY CBS 3-BEDROOM,
furn., bath, utilities, near buses, mation phone NA 1-8989. partly furn., front screened
$20 per wk., adults, 686-6811. porch, hardwood floors, garage -
-- FHA TERMS 3 bedrooms, laundry room. $350 down, -
ROOM for nice quiet couple or 2 baths in heart of Manor $85 per month. Owner pays NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF POST OFFICE AND
single person, call NA 1-8180. Park. Florida room, separate closing costs. Shell Realty,
garage, awnings, stove, refrig- 758-5551, 4260 NW 7 Ave. GENERAL SERVICES MAINTENANCE
1-DEDROOM HOME, stove and erator and two air condition EMPLOYEES
refvig. Mrs. Taylor, 2223 NW i ers. Price Is $12,000 With $300 NEW CORNER duplex.
61 St.DOUBLE. down. Life Realty, 4932 NW No qualifying, 2-bedrooms each First Annual Bar-B-Q
7 Ave. PL 9-4371. Open even- side. One side completely furn.

GARAGE in heart of ings and Sundays.NO Let your tenant help with your November 1.5
fast growing community. 48 St. payments. Good terms arranged. Sunday, 17, p.m.
Just west of 17 Ave. Ideal for QUALIFYING 2-bed- Shell Realty, 4260 NW 7 Baker's Haulover Miami Beach
home shop. TV, radio shop, room CBS in best location. Fla. Ave., 758-5551. ,
etc., electricity included. $50 room, carporte, awnings, stove, Drawings held throughout the day Retain your
month, owner, Rivers, PL refrigerator, partly furnished. CBS BEAUTY, 2-bedroom, stub
9-4205. Lovely fenced yard with patio front porch, hardwood floors, $1.50 EACH DONATION
and barbecue pit. Price is tile roof, carport, appliancesand
ROOM in private home prefer- $12,700 and payments are $81 many extras. $100 down, Ticket may be purchased! t\t Satellite I4ounga
O quiet, sober man or couple. I a month. Move right in. Life $74 per month. Owner pays 6222 N.W. 7th Avenue
Call 634-9654, 47 St. area. Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL closing costs. Shell Realty, 4200 ,
9-4371. NW 7 Ave., 758-5551.
CHILD CARE
NICE for children. Mrs. NO down 2-bedroom CBS
care QUALIFYING-$250 $000 DOWN,
Plnder. HI 8-6735. Pick up and and move right in. 3 full Hcd- nicely landscaped. Manor Park Finest Selections in Miami
deliver. Children fro m six rooms, large screened front area. Owner, no brokers
months to five years. porch, separate efficiency In please. 1181. NW 48 St. Lovely homes OpenNew
rear and separate garage. In
WILL KEEP CHILDREN in heart of Manor Park. Life FOR HALE OK RENT Low Down PaymentsEZ
my home from 1 month to six Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL
2 ACRES agricultural zone, 1- TERMS LESS THAN RENT
-
years ,old. Call 757-1315. 9-4371. Open evenings and Sun-
bedroom, 1 bath cottage, SW
HELP WANTED days. Bird Rd. Good for farming;, .

SHOE SHINE BOY at Varsity NO CLOSING COSTS. Live nursery, kennel, etc. WI 5-3273. Street
Barter Shop. 6540 NW 15th rent freo. Real nice CBS duplex JPrJlJlJf-LVI lI..IIJIJT.Jt'r.JfJY: Jrn 1040 NW 39th

Ave. 2-bedrooms on each side and Owner pays closing costs on this beautiful ,3bed. f >
furniture and appliances -
get
.-: WANTED you $600 total down payment HANNAH MOTELDAY room, Fla. room, hardwood floors, and' carporte. .
ANYONE KNOWING the pres- nnd monthly payments are so $400 down, $82 month, $12,000 total price. "
low the rent from one side will WEEK OR
ent address of MRS. WILLIE .
._
MAE CLARK who formerly nay it all. Life Realty, 4932 NW .
7 Ave. PL 9-4371. Open Sun- OVERNIGHT ROOMS
Ived at 1136 NW 5th Ave. please
days. 1058 NW 39th Street
call FR 1-1905 week days and
32nd St.
CA 1-4033 weekends. FHA TERMS 2-bedroom 631.45 NW Owner pays closing costs on this lovely CBS 3-bedL

CBS, Fla. room, tile roof, stove, Phone 63 -4643 room, Fla. room, hardwood floors and carporte, $400
FOR RENT refrig. Extra large lot, near down. $85 month, $12,500 total price.
12 Ave. House is spotless Inside -
Hutcheson Mgr.
$23.00 Weekly and out. Price is $11,000 Lovett IndfZLL .
"FURNISHED large 3-bedroom, with $250 down and $76 month.
'dining room, living room and Life Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave. T ww Jr wa aw : 574 NW 44th Street
kitchen. House at .1020 NW :5th PL 9-4371. Open Sundays.
court. Key at 1921 NW 6th Ct. Ilk Beautiful CBS 3-bedroom, oa'k floors, tile roof and
, x y garage on lovely landscaped corner lot. $450'down,
LARGE HOUSE, '"a-bedrooms, $83 month. $14,500 total price.
living. room, dining room! kit-
:3337 chen,NW 3333 69th NW St.G9th' St. Key at For Rent or For Sale .

S. s. GROSS REALTY 230 NW 51st Street

Phone 444-0120 Like new CBS 2-bedroom, hardwood floors, awning

FOR SALE 3 Bedroom House windows month. $12,500 and appliances.total price.$400 down, $75 per

4-BEDROOM. No qualifying.
$9,950 total. Very nice, very --- -
big, older home on lovely cor-
ner lot In good area. $77 month, Built-in Oven and Range, Carport 290 NW 48th Street

$750 down. A. Ben-Korl, Real- CBS 2.bedroom Fla. room hardwood'' floors
Lovely ,
tor, .714 NW 62 St., nlte PL
9-5533, days PL 4-3431. and tile roof. $400 down, $77 per month. $12,500
total price.
3-BEDROOM, $9,200 total.
Lovey doll house, big kitchens, .
awnings, beautiful yard, 15 13800 VAN BUREN STREET
year mortgage $300 down. A.
Ben-Korl, Realtor.. 714 NW 62 News Realty Inc.The .
St. Nltes PL 9-5533, days PL
4-3431.,.. Richmond Heights ( Broker that works for you)

2-BEDROOM, lovely 'home In 4600 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 4-0655

nice area, Fla. room, utility (Open :Sunday
Porch, extra sleeping room. $78 CALL 'HI 8-1119 I
month. .pays all, $400 down.
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Rights Commission agencies housing the 50-page further report docu-on MIAMI TIMES, MIAMI, FLA.
military
PAGE 3
Makes Report ments the findings summarizedin SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1963
the chapter of the Commis-
Off-base housing discrimination sion's 1963 biennial report on >7 4
places a severe strain on the Negro in the Arm e d NAACP Lists DemandsIn
of
the morale and efficiency Forces.
the Negro serviceman whetherhe The report states that the
Is stationed In Alabama, Armed Forces depend on the Cambridge Md.

New York Rhode Island or private housing market for the ,, _. ...
Arizona, the U. S. Commissionon bulk of the housing for mar- CAMBRIDGE, Mild The president; Charles N. Bourne,
Civil Rights stated In a ried personnel; that the Defense Dorchester County-Cambridge membership committee chair-
staff report released this weekin Dept. reduced its estimated branch of the National Association man; and Claude A. Edmonds,
Washington, D C. family housing needs for the Advancement of church committee chairman.
According to the report the for the fiscal year 1904 by 47 Colored People has submitteda
Defense Department has moved per cent ((383,200 units) assum- ten-point desegregation pro- Miss Brownsville
recently to halt posting of dis- ing that I local I communities gram to official=! In this strife-
criminatory rental listings and would make an equal numWer torn city of 15,00X( ContestIt's
demand n o n-dlscrlmmatlon of units avaiable to servicemen;
clauses In new leases of private but made no efffort to deter- Among demands made by the here again the biggest
housing for servicemen. mine if this housing would be NAACP Unit are the following school event of the year!
Local landlords, near tactical available to Negro servicemen. enactment of an all-Inclusive Brownsville Junior High1 School
missile base, In the past were The Commission staff found public accomodations ordinance: announces its annUal Mr. arid
permitted to bar Negro ser- that over-priced private hous- issuance of an executive order Miss Brownsville Cdntesti
vicemen from housing units ing is a problem for both White by Gov J. Millard Tawes banning There will be prices, big
'
leased by the Army even and Negro servicemen but the -- --- discrimination In all state prizes galore:
though this forced Negro per- problem is doubly acute for the Hon. Edward F. Aldrich licensed places of public accommodations First prize, stereo high fi;
sonnel to live farther away Negro.It 33rd degree, National District ; passage of a second, Dormeyer mixer; third
from the base than national security cites an FHA survey Deputy Grand Master of the state law prohibiting discrimi- transister radio; fourth electriccan
regulations authorized.The which revealed that of 300,000 I Most Worshipful National nation In places of public accommodation -
Commission states that rental l units near military Lodge, National Compact thruout Maryland; opener. is dollar
about 63, retention in the city of National The donation one
an "affirmative program" to establishments only Prince Hall Origin, returned be-
have to
don't pres-
encourage landlords and builders 000 were "available to Negroes Wednesday from Columbus, Guard units until desegregation and you will
available The Defense Department has the 39th has been achieved ent to win. The drawing
to make housing Ohio, after attending held Monday Nov. 25. This
to all servicemen without regard done little to use State anti- Triennial Session of the Most school be the PTA
Also of is sponsored by
a speed-up event
to race Is lacking. The bias statutes as a means of extending Worshipful National Grand and
November opportunitiesfor Free and Accepted An- desegregation; fair employment Buy your ticket today
Executive order of housing Lodge, bUsl- danceon
the
forward to big
by private
1002, directing all executive department Negro servicemen, the cient Yorkrite Masons. Hon. practices and look
Inesses governmental 25.Dugie's ,
and agencies to take Commission staff points out. Matthew Brock, Grand Master. Nov.
In
agencies the city and
all appropriate action to pro- The report cites, as an exampleof The order was established in .of the countyi.support
abandonment of hous- what be done the 1847.
mote the can secur- rights bill by the Maryland con- isi
discrimination Is Ignored accommodationsfor
ing ing of housing
where there Is failure to plan servicemen through t lv e Harvest Tea gressional ization and delegation enlargement; reorgan-of the Guest HouseThe

and implement such a program. cooperative efforts of the Air Auxiliary Board No. 2 of local' hi-racial commission; and
Based on field studies and Force and the New York State Greater Bethel AME Church open occupancy in local public house of Unusual l rooms
Commissionstaff Commission on Human Rights,
interviews by the cordially invites to attend housing.The .
you
and on information supplied and re-stated Its recommendation NE 4-3S61
its annual Harvest Tea and Open 24 hours -
by the Defense Depart- on mlltnry housing on Nov of Mrs. Auxiliary program is embodied ina
other Government 30 In the 1063 biennial Crowning resolution recently by
ment and report. Board No.2 on Sunday, Nov. the branch under leadership passed of Seeing is BelievingSee
10, 4 to 0 p.m. in the beautiful
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the Theasder M.
Revs. Murray,
Church basement 245 NW 8th us for clean rooms
St. Contestants are Mrs. Lee
I Esso Gives $400,000To Guions and Mrs. Frankie Glo- Jamaica Dugie friend, always a


Negro College FundA vers.Mrs.. Jessie Giles, president; DR. M. RADIN
Mrs. Vivian Brunson, chair- General Practice .
speical grant in aid to edu- the nation's Industrial strengthcan man; Rev. S. A. Cousin, pastor. 1159 NW 3rd Ave. V I- ''t11''-.NVVI IIV/VI .I-IIM

cation to the United Negro Col- be materially Increased by NO Phone 374.1419Open Tin ...................
lege Fund was announced today Improving the positions of dally 0:30 1 p.m.
by the Esso Education greater responsibility. LMAKN TO BOWL 1 5-8 199AFTY3
Foundation. The terms of the The grant Is being made tc Join tile Amateur League at p.m.Sunday
12 ._._.... in Florida
grant alllot $400,000 to the cooperate with the efforts of a the New Goombay Bowling 10 a.m. noon

United Negro College Develop- nationwide citizen's committeeto Lanes, 1000 NW 75th St., form- .-..-.-.-.-----.----.---
ment Fund in $1000,000 incre- raise $00 million for Negro, erly the Ml Rowland Free instructions -
ments over a period of the next college development as urged each day 4 to R p.m
four years. by President Kennedy. Learn to bowl, It's lost of fun.
The Foundation Is suppport- The Esso Call C96-7241 for informationor
Education Founda- :: 4*
er by Standard 011 CompanyNew tion Indicated that the an-, come out and visit the New : I
( Jersey) and six of its Goombay Lanes.Advertise .
nouncement of the grant was . . . . . .
affiliates: Humble 011 and Refining being made earlier than the i . . . . . '<. .....
Company; Esso Researchand publication of the other grantsof It Pays! ...iaa
Engineering Company; Jer- the Foundation's 1963-01 "
sey Production Reseach Com- program. The early announcement
pany; Esso Internatloal Inc.,; of the special grant to .'* o
Humble Pipe Line Company; Negro College Development
find Esso Standard Eastern I Fund's drive for funds. OQJ

Inc. (New York-O c t o b 'e r 29; .
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Rainbow Park MIAMI TIMES, MIAMI: FLA.

People. During the week of Novem. I SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1963 PAGE 15

. tier 10-16, Rainbow Park Elementary -

School will join the<
Places \ nation's schools in celebrating J. R. E. LeeContinued Phyllis WheatleyDo

. American Education Week. Th< from 14
page
general theme for the this yea r you know our teachers?

Is "Education Strenghtens the us three days each week. The Do you know how we teach
Things. Nation." special reading classes taughtby
children? Do know
. Realizing churches have aH i him on the third and fourth your you
children learn-
.,, c iotrsr; _, ways taken a keen interest in grade levels, are a follow-up of what your are
b "'A-A"""' "" ing? Are you a memtter of the
- - -- American Education Week because the Summer Reading Program.It .
Uy LA WIt :NCg B. COOPEtt Out of town guests were! Mr. of the mutual concern of- Is hoped that with the assistance PTA? If you cannot answer

Hilt hrist of South Bend Md: school and church in children of Mrs. Poltier and Mr. yes to all these questions then
THIS 18N T social "
a column
"Please look in on us?
Mrs Charlotte Burns, motherof the faculty will begin its observance Block we can Improve our
and we don't cottbn Up to the Mrs Mackey, New York: Julia by worshipping at the arithmetic and reading programs Visit with us and enjoy the

feminihes manner in Writing Hagarts, sister of Mrs Mackey, First Baptist Church of Bunche activities we have planned for
society news and the delicate New Yorlt) Mr and Mrs. Robert Park, Opa-locka American Education Week,
The P.T.A. held Its Initial
choice of complimentary adjectives L. Mackey, Evattstort i 111.: Prominent civic leaders of the with Nov. 11-10.
meeting September many
Mr aild Mrs Benjamin lackey, community will discuss dally
,
NYC; Mrs. Lois Reddlck, sister topic set Up by the National 1 new parents In attendance. Mr. Sunday, theme: "Values of

LJist}\ Sunday evening the of Mrs Madkey, NYC and Mrs. AEW Committee over the Jamees Bowman, President Free Men." Activity AEW pro-
Madam ahu I were invited to Bessie Days, West Paliri Beach school's public address system presided. The P.T.A., meets on gram, 2:30: p.m. Booker T.
the fourth of each
attended the silver wedding Monday Washington High School.
On Monday November 11
month In the cafetorlum. All
ahriivrsary of Theodoreand WE'D LiKK TO KNOW: tKe the parents are asked to come and friends Interetsed Monday, theme: "Learning
;Juanita Mackey in their person or persons who write out for the first ParentTeacher In parents the welfare of children are Opportunities for all." Activity:
modest home in Opa-locka. The the copy for cigaret advertise- Conference of the school Invited Parent-Teacher Conference, 8:30:

Mackeys are very special ment on TV! year. Please come parents and to 3:30.:

friends of the Coopers. It wasa discuss the progress your child The week of Nov. 10-10, Is theme Quality
pleasure to share in their Just why should we go Tuesday :
Is making or discuss what we designated American Educa-
Teaching. Activity: Open
happiness of 25 years years of way out to the Great Rockiesin can do together to enable tion Week.: Our planning com-
your House 8:30 300. Demonstra-
: to :
order to enjoy a Marlboro?
marriage.Ted child mittee headed Mr. Earl I.
There this to make more progress. by tions of the New Arithmetic
pseudo toughskinned
-
While out for ParentTeacher Higgs, has mapped out an Interesting 1-0.
and Nita further cemented character riding on horse- We would Program, grades
their love for each other Conference be sure to brouse program.
by back in "Marlboro Country"
like to take this opportunity to Wednesday, theme: Balanced
at the Book Fair that is
the being
taking vows over again. puffing on a cigaret with
Invite our P.T.A., members and Curriculum. Activity: Open
Rev. J. B. Blacknell held in the library. The Book
of St.
all the grace of a ham actor
James AME Church was. the looking out In the far yonder.If Fair exhibit is! opened to the friends to visit our school during House, 8303.00.Demonstration: : .
the week. Open house will
minister Salem smoker public. We have a wide assort- In
you are a you he ,held November : Teaching
Thursday
most certainly will have to loll ment of books Come in and on Clinic.
The large group of guests by a spring with a lovely girlto choose, some favorite books for 14, at 7:30: p.m., In our school tho Heading

spilled out of the house onto really enjoy the fine tobacco. your child. Refreshments will cafetorlum. A program will Thursday, theme: Community
the lawn into the crisp invig- City smoking Just ain't right. lie served. precede open house. Resources. Activity: Luncheon

orating air enjoying the quiet And there those Weeds that On Monday night at 8:00: p.m., This year the J.R.E. Lee for Parents and Community
dignity of Ted and Nita and the the the school will leaders. PTA meeting, 8 p.m.
clan, separate the "men from have its monthly Elem., sixth graders will take "
Mackey boys." Gee whiz. I PTA meeting. All parents are part In the A.E.W. Program, to Play "Instant Education. Refreshments

The evening was a heart- to be present. be held at 0. W. Carver High will be served.
that brand of Visit
there
Then
warming one with all the extras where is our school November School on Sunday, November Friday, theme: Financial
that go along to make butts show art autopsy why} they performed 0-lfl, American Education 10, at 2:30: p.m. Support activity: 8.30-3.00: : Open
to
such an event a complete success best smokes you because Week. Evans H. Starke, reporter; W. louse..
are the ,
r C Bawl, principal.
they got white filters! Stanley Newbold, PTA president

In one room of their 2-bed- How about the fellow who West> DunbarThe A. L. Lewis SchoolMrs. ; Robert C. McKay, AEW
home bed under Mrs. Hazel 'V. Troy
room a sagged in smok- chairman, ,
on the scene a faculty and of
comes parents
W. V. Young
the weight of silver dollars principal
principal.
:
ing Jacket and begins praisinghis Vest Dunbar Elementary along I
paper money, rich gleaming sil- habit with a background of wlthmembers of the Community I American Education Week

verware. and The couple down-to-earth are so; great volumes of books, friendly dy oak desk with a plush rug of events for American school next week beglnnlnc
even Shagg the who Auto InsuranceLow
lives next ,door pooch and on the floor. With all this seemIngly Y.education Week November 10- Sunday, Nov 10. Students and
manages wealthy background, it'sa 16. I teachers will take part by giving -
both homes acted the official ,
as -
shame that he monthly payment
down right
short talks In the community -
welcomer He greeted each had to try to sell a clgaret to The week will open Sunday and at the school. DNrotintH' for Kate driver
guest with a tongy lay on the
things. fternoort Booker T WashIngton -
wrist and contributed his pay for those High 8IU22' l+iTjE1)IMMEIiATRLY
pres- School, when the This voar'fl theme Is "Edu-
ent His present? It Was a nice- And the commercials on detergents Elementary !Si c h o o 1 Choral i cation Strengthens the Nation. :

ly packaged set of 12 OalnesBergers : soap, cleaners and Group, made up of pupil from Sunday, Nov. 10, Mrs. Chandler Having on fire ami homeowners
Large
paddles!* luscious red household drugery savers are the four down town schools, Childs, first grade teacher, ,
meat! Th inscription read: "If hair-raising. There is a "white will be presented will speak at St. Paul's Baptist Inaurnnoe

you don't like my'' present, tornado" that goes through Church In Homestead, 11 a.m.
please return it immediately! your home that leaves it Splc Monday, November 11, West nlso on Sunday, a special Music D. Goodman and
we .almost bust our sides! and Span; the giant who comesto Dunbar will have its open house 'Program and Art Exhibit will Sons Inc.
rescue in a patrol car; activities which Includes Par- 2:30 ,
Joe Bellamy, local connolseur your sells !some detergent pel- ent-Teacher conferences on the be presented at Mays High, :
of foods and drinks, was the a guy p.m. Real Estate Insurance
the -
almost of pupil Tuesday
lets that guarantees to repress Monday Nov 11, Parent-
caterer of the tasty repast. mend, rips in your clothes while vlll spotlight first In the morning Teacher Conference Day, 8:30: Mortgages
stains then there's at nine, Dr. Poltier, who
While those who didn't care taking out a.m. to 3:00: p.m.
to partake did sma 1 1 talk others that won't clog your will speak to the school. Later Wednesday, Nov. 13, Open 2688 N.W. 62nd St.

and enjoyed themselves other- washer, rather they may dry, In the evening the school will House, 0.30: p.m. In the school's
wise, others retired to the gar- fold and then swash your ma- observe a "Back to SchoolNight" rafetorlum. The fifth and sixth OX 1-0380

age where Ted, between rush- chine and put it back in the during which time the graders will present a play. bedroom furnished
2
and
parents will have an opportunity 1
Ing hither and yon shaking corner We would like to have all
hands, and Joe Mackey, did a > to share and observe the I parents and friends of our Apt. for rentirivers
I long: for the good old days latest trends of teaching. Wednesday -
little sid entertaining, aiding rchool to please come to these
used her onto tnRi and
when Mom to get nine license<< ,
at a.m., Atty.,
those who wanted their throats activities, and put forth a spec
Octogon soap, a 111 lye and, Harold Braynon will speak at .tltln IrmiKforH nt this l same lo-
damped.It !eel some of the finest white the school. Thursday, will find ial effort to visit our school ntlon Mention thl"* nil and re-
clean after during the week Without you, hail point << free.'
clothes squeeky citizens elved a pen
was truly a wonderful one of our leading bo Please
It will not a success
'em in tub. Of course
afternoon- among wonderful boiling a Miss Thelma Anderson, ad-
!
folks, basking in the warm she had to have her bluing and dreslng; us on "Community Re come! We need you

friendship of Mr. and Mrs. starch ready to dip some of the sources." To close out the

Theodore Makey! clothes in. school week, on Friday, at

eight forty-five, we will be HICK 1'111' \V nored by the Inspiring words fWEAT: PIIOPIIKT ; ,

im TO MI wmtf COUPON of Atty L. A. Thomas, a longtime A True lender
leader In our community. 3.rf'arfll of Experience! 1X"

HU''" SR-22 FILLEDWHILI NEW lII..ho,1 Hunter. IN well known an .r,
$1 0 1 YOU WAIT The general public I is invited
J' 'F
60roucv 0
II IOIt to share this enchanting week PROF. HUNTER ,"f
' EASY TERMS with us at our school. #
In 1"
If are .lek, worried or 'JI
you
_REfustD MMfWAl IN. MONfMt" tlVHII.I> Saturday, will culminate all troubled thin IK the .place to romeDon't ;. .., .../t1J. \
hark ,f, N f f
In the rut pnnh .
stay .
activities for this week. How- ,
y j
.' (
a.
INSURANCE AGENCY the veil 'I off!had luck that seems
AUTO LIABILITY ever, the facultly and admini- ',' r-t) ..
...... +t 'to hold 'on''n' your track, and .: .x
a.our iM.. sir urewauns_.Li .......IUCII....... ....CIjDCOA1M ........, stration of West Dunbar request advance forward hy the help" of :tt ,, ,' 4 .;"
...nNNl tKrwue...... N fl iN. wwM W that each member of our Clod under the leadership of 1,' ..... 't

community observe every weekas Prof. Hunter who has 33 yearn ,/} 1''d ..
"American Education Week. and / fN. ,
of experience In uplritoal "' ..
....
Frank T. Rivers, is Princi- occult nrJence. :Make your home -

pal happy. He will .dhow you how
to bypass your enemies and get the things that life demand
B CI for you. Come one, come all. Healing meeting every Wednesday -
V at the Hplrllual Temple( of Zion, Inc., 3117 H.W. 17th 8k,

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PAGE 16 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1963 Phyllis Wheatley Art ww, .vn ap, I ,
: Week at Dorsey ;
-----.- and Social Club met at the 1"
?
home of Mrs. Estella Jones, on Broward I. s ;t The Dixie Park branch of the

I. Monday night, Oct. 28. The annual i Greater Miami Public Library .
tea at the Youth Center, County will Join libraries throughout ,
News the country in celebrating National -
Dixie, Park was fully discussedand Children's Book Week

invitations are being pre- fcyWalter The official ,date is Nov. 10 to
pared for friends: to attend the Howe \;, 1C; however, Dixie will con-
Harvest Festival by Northwestern tinue its celebration for the,
y Senior High School I entire month.

.. Choral Group on Sunday, Nov. There will be a special dis-
RIGHT NOW put a ring Mr. Miller and Dr. Russ are 17. Mrs. Jones was a delightful '"
----- ---- - - - - - play of new books, booktalks,
around the date November 10- expected to participate on var- hostess* and served a
stories and
a puppet play -
The Rev Ellis King, pastor of
10 on your calendar. It Is National mittees during the convention thanksgiving repast. The next The Husband Who Was to Mind
St. Luke Primitive Baptist
Education Week. Don'tlet meeting Nov. 11 at the homeof
ious financial panels and com- Hollwood is The House. The program will
Church of West ,
interfere with Mrs. Bertha Lewis. NW 4th
your
anything
appealing to the parents of the be presented four times ((0:30-:
doing whatever your children'sschool DONALI) WHEELER JONES Ave. Mrs. Wllhemenia Sands, community to be more con- 12:301: each day from Nov. 11
;
has planned for this Miami attorney president.
aggressive young cerned about their children. to 27.
week. This week has his law
coming has moved wander about I
been set aside for special consideration Into' Roosevelt No. 4 OES To Many youngsters All programs are free and
of the schools. All Savings and Loan Building the streets on Sunday morningsas open to the public. For further
schools make special arrangements alongside the Orr and Kaplan if they are cast-aways. He information please call FR'
to bring information to firm. Jones, incidentally, did a CelebrateSecond is asking parents to help save 7- 029, ,.
parents. All the efforts they, fine Job of defending young the future men and women fry '. : "
k.
make all the information to ; Robert Seymour in that ,Cutler Supreme Chapter No. sending them to Sunday School.
already is of no avail unless par- Ridge cutting incident a '''few 4, OES' International Masons, poppy sale this weekend. C. ,fi, *ti'
ents go to get it, to hear it, to weeks back Inc. will celebrate its third anniversary Blount, commander. '". '
discuss it and ask what they on Friday, Nov. 8, at The Chamber*of Commerce .. .
want to konw about it. Begin TTIILOYAL BUDDIES and 8 p.m. and Sunday, Nov. 10 at will hold its election of officers
the observance of National the Miami Sales Club are com- 3 p.m. at Mt. Tabor Baptist Tuesday night, Nov. 12 at its I All interested and civic' minded -
Education Week Ity attendingthe bining efforts in a drive to col- Church. building. I citizens of West Hollywood
public program which will lect clothing and can goods for There will be various I I are asked to meet with\ us! at
be held In high schools in each the Haitian hurricane relief groups the Park Sunday, Nov. 10; 4
and choirs
participating in theprogram
area on Sunday. Dropoff points will be the Carver p.m. to organize a civic association -,
YMCA, the Miami Rescue on Friday night. Rev.O. Monday, Nov. 11 is Veteran's which is badly needed in
Mission, 1462 NW 62nd St. and W. Foster of Antioch Ba p- Day. Post No. 8105 will have its ,I the area.
at 1401 NW 3rd Ave. Here's a tist Church' will deliver the I
RALPJI 8YMONETTE\ JR. good chance to put those old .sermon on Sunday. Refreshments -
and Dorothy Jeanette Deveauxwere clothes to good use. ,will be served and the
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married on Sunday, October public' is cordially invited.
27 at Greater Bethel A.M.E. GOODNEWS': COMES that
Church immediately following Tampa has finally opened up Mary Arline, worthy matron; JET TV CLINIC
Adgmae Bradshaw associate .
the church services. A recep- Its downtown hotels to Negroes. ,
tion was held at the 65th Street Dutterball Smith of WMBM matron; Lucille Miller, program)

home of the bride's parents and .his party of five stoppedat committee. HOME SERVICE, CALLS $1.00
later that evening. the Sheraton during the .
FAMU-Central State game last I Day or Night .
weekend and Dr. Ed Shirley .
MRS. BERTIE ROBINSONof sayed at the Holiday Inn. Advertise' It Pays! We Service'All Makes of .

avannah, Ga., spent the :':: :: ; : .. ..
:; :; :: ::: :; :; HI-Fl's and STEREOSWe
weekend in
city
our as guestof "'V"' -
Mrs. Janie Kearce. Mrs.
Robinson, a teacher at Beach Kappa'\ Notes to. ,7 NITICS, A, WEEKYon >< Also Rent

High attending, Savannah the funeral, was of here her !The Kappa party.'was ray. held 'at ,, dpn't ,have .to"walt for TV by the week or Month
uncle. the home of Bro. Ammons, the weekend to meet the gangat
Oct. 20*.It-was wejtxittended-*: the SATELLITE. It's everyniterJ
The soclatr' commlttcp chatr* j' : 5rtaJimient. '. and) nt- 907 N.W. 2nd AVENUEPhone
ST. VERONICA'S GUILD of man, Bro. :Frank Jones 'w..a mom>h we. '.th. t's out of this
at his best He S3w"'toe.t1that I << ;
the church of the Transfiguration world"h:
(Episcopal) In Opa-locka everyone was enjoying' \J *h.,e! FR 4-2044
SATELLITE LOUNGE
Is Inviting evening. Those brother;
friends to
; an evening -
: <0325<: :NW 7th Ave.
missed the lost trea-
or cultural activities on party a I -. '
.
Sunday November 24 at 2405N. sure that cannot be regained.We -w* -
W. inth' St. Road from 4 to. are looking! forward to -
6 p.m. Their "Autumn Leaves" seeing:; all the brothers at the

presentation: will Include a book home of Bro. Alonzo Fannin, For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call
review by Mrs. Alene Gulnvard 7001 NW 13th Ave:, Nov, 0 at
Holmes Elementary School 8 p.m. Donald Hollls, reporter.
Librarian as well as musical

entertainment.chairman of Mrs.this guild.Jane LewisIs Jolly Friends ClubThe jBONDED I Ir


Jolly Friends Social 'I
BIRTHDAY GREETINGS Club met at the home of Mrs.Emma _
and best wishes to: Mr. and Ward Oct. 18 for the
Mrs. Charles Newton, Blanche initial meeting of the club year. RENTAL i
Dean. Randolph Arllne, Charles
Fortson Howard Coachman, Members told of their sum-
Edward and Edar Smith,' Lur- mer vacations and.after a busi- 1 I
lean''' Rahmlng. Mr. and Mrs, ness meeting which included I
Charles Martin, Bernice L; making plans for Project A AGENCY INC
Richardson, Joseeohlne Bron- 4 wR c @h :
'
son: Ralph Mlzell Kathyleen Thanksgiving Baskets, the hos- :
tess entertained with a coffee 11.
Franklin and Valdez I
Murray, sip. The next meeting Nov. 16 i, I
Katie Bullock, Hartmon Gibson. II
at the home of Mrs. Mae Woods!, I
and members are requested to The largest collection and rental I
Bill Miller President and Dr. bring the food stuff for the

Norman Russ, Director of baskets Mrs. Bertha Lewis, '" in the South; operating in
Franklin Federal Savings and president. agency .
Loan Association are attending .
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the United States Savings and : ;' Dade and' Broward Counties'Negro w
Loan convention in San 1 Join The NAACP! .
this week. I Iiii ..
Francisco ---- - -- L. L. Brooks
Housing areas.MANAGING .
: ..

Ford Real Estate' Specials! President .-- .,. q;.

AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN '
DRIVE BY THEN CALL US .

1-1855 NW 43rd St. $100'Id'own,. $18 week 10,000 HOUSING'UNITS

2-1902 NW 51st Terr. $250 down, $25 week
Bonded also has service main office
Real large home, fireplace dining room. employment at .

3-715 NW 42nd St. Nice CBS home, 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue
4 763 NW
41
tt St 3-hedroom CBS home.

5-911 NW 42nd St. Nice house on large lot
6-744 NW 41st Terrace $359 down .

bedlroom, 2 bath: CBS home. ..' ',. 11 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU

FOR RENT 1603 NW 47th,St..-.....-.. ...... .- -. *1163. JtVtjg N.W.. .V"<\3rd'4. *"" AVE.. *' ...?..?.., FR 3-8116 17325 HOMESTEAD AVE.

2-bedroom duple:)- $22.50 week 1675 N.W. 62nd ST ........... OX' 6-2467 Perrine ....................... CE 5-3553 I
FOR RENT "12 NW 16th
Furnished- : Ave. .. 3801 GRAND A VEe ........... III 5-1381 1019 HAMMONDVILLE RD.
'\ Apt $16 'week t

..,, 4240 N.'V.1tb AVE. ........ NE 5-3100 Pompano __...._? WE fr3TS14255 ,i
We hare '
..: ,.. over 200 opera : ? 2000 1T.W. 75th BT, .........:-... 690-3322 N.W. 22nd AVE.
hlUldle-.a1l t
.. : We faaadb it
We are open Saturday and Sunday 8060'N.W.; 3rd CT. ?.............f FR 1-5905 Opa-locka ......-..._-. SIU 8-0617 t

I; On nights and Sudays for emergecy service call PL 978733
Ford Realty Inc. MAIN OFFICE
: ,tt f I Ii. II
\ i. 4150. N.W. 7th Avenue PL '
54th Street .;
569 N.W. 9.87fJ
..,.. ..- ..... ---. '; 758-8761 .

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