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Publication Date: November 16, 1963
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41st YEAR, No. 12 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1963 16 PAGES 1




I Negro Named to South Minister Shoots Wife,-Self I




Miami Planning Board A 47-year-old woman was Cordelia, Ga.

taken to Jackson Memorial In 10'12' ho was called into
Hospital} Tuesday In 'Critical the ministry, Ills first church*
The first Negro to serve on farm and does maintenancework. condition after she was shot was established in Dorscy Junior
South Miami's
Planning and twice by her estranged hus- High School under the-
Zoning week.Board was appointedthis "Looking forward" to serving; band: who then killed himself i leadership of Rev. M u f t a y
on the Board. In the presence of six Nursery ;. Since then he has paMoredl
James T. Bowman, 43, 'G250 S. "I'm quite excited, he said, Y school children. N several churches In l1iamjServices ,'
W. GOth Ave., a 42-year resident
He said he thought his appointment '
of South Miami was named was a good and signifi. Mrs. Thelma Turner was' will be held Satur'
Mayor 'Paul V. Tevis and' hipappointment cant step forward for his race. shot twice In the back moments day, Nov. 10 at 2 p.m. from the
approved by the Bowman, has been active l In Wefore the nursery, which she St. James AME Church with: .
South Miami City Council."BowmaA Cnitthflnml' .o.-.9't'n"' ,....,.....1, and her husband operated at Rev J. II, Ulacknell officiatlm.1-;-
.- -. ... prcsldeirtftheI) >T -- at J.R.: : 7108 NW 10th Ave., closed for Richardson Mortuary Is in'
I : rt; , ?' E. Lee the day. Then he shot himself charge of arrangements. He is
.)i t,1 't>"f" : ): Elementary School, Is
) In the chest and bled to
'. i a United Fund area chairman, once survived by two daughters,
: a sponsor of the Youth Coim< death from a severed.l artery, Mrs. Mozell Roberts and Mrs.
I I , : :.,.:,'; ell of South Miami, a deaconat Investigators said. Christine Smith, six sons, An-
''1 1 the Missionary Baptist thony, Allen, Oswald, Ranzer,
: '..; '. : Police said Oswald Turner,
: M Y 1a Church in South Miami, and on 54 who time minis- Rodney and Kenneth; two sis-
< was a part
.. the Board of the St. Albans ters, Thelma A Turner and
had undergone psychiatric
Nursery School In Coconut ter, Mrs Margaret Wllkerson.us .
treatment within the
H Grove. past year. *

a1 Married! to teacher at George It is ,eport ',that several
Washington Carver High School attempts had been made on
he has n daughter, Annetta, 15, Mrs. Turner's life On one occasion -
and n son, James Jr., 8. leaving
< l/y jets on a gas
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trr.L Bowman, served four yearsIn Mrs Elsie I<:. Williams 1711 stove open In their home and
r tho Army In World War II NW Goth St. and Earl Williamsof again by rigging a loaded revolver -
attaining the rank of Staff Sergeant Hartford, Conn. announce In the glove compart-

the engagement:: of their daughter ment of their car: triggered( togo
his civic work Bowman
Of Rosalind off when the
Kay to James compartment
said, "I made myself active and Kenneth Johnson Jr., son of really has the senstive ears
clvlc-mlnded" and I got busy Dr. James J{, Johnson Sr., 1745 was opened.Rev. .
-.-. with It. NW 57th St. and Mrs. Helen Turner, a native Mi.
Johnson of New York. A December amlan, attended Booker T. 1
is an excellentman 28th wedding is plan- Washington High School here
Tevis said. 'This is some- Q ned. and the Glllespie Institute in
thing I have been wanting to
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do for some time. It wasn't fair I - -
that the Negroes had no representation I
on the Board, but there" l Segregated. Miami Housing Law to
were no vacancies until now. tag I

Board member. ,Charles;,Cor- I '
slglia died last week. Be Voted On Tuesday. '

"This has nothing to Io"with fr J
ti
the black and white problems One of the four amendments : Amendment 0.r3J.} Section 1 11)1 / k
around the country; it's a ques- on the City of Miami Charter I deals with 'Storm i Sewer Improvements -
tion of fair play. They're entitled I I to he voted on In the Tuesday It'takers''the power .
fair representation," election :;''' ''''Ii'fJ'; _
to is of
great importanceto from the commission to order -
Tevis said. Negroes. The Times urges storm sewer Improvements acvWhitney M, Young Jr., executive -
There are about 3.000 Negro Its readers to vote "FOR" all under certain conditions and is director of the National -
residents of South Miami. Bow- .,' ot' the amendments but especially to become effective next Jan. 1, Urban League, will be the
man, operates a small truck : number four which will strike Equal Opportunity Day speaker
: 'an old segregation ordinance AGAINST SEGREGATIONAmendment at a dinner at the Everglades -
from the books.. No. 4 repeals Hotel next Saturday. Seo i
.. '. Amendment No.1, Section 4U Chapter 10817, Special Acts, story on page 15. I
.
Progressive Nat'lBaptists .," -:1 ( ) deals with the meetings of Laws of Florida' 1025 Section i Ii
,, ...., ti.! the commission and I U to be. 3 ((11)) entitled "Segregation" -
'':'<<' "" come effective Dec. 1. which empowers the City of Negroes and to prohibit Negroes .
Meet ]In \.I Amendment No. 2, Section 1 Miami to establish separate from residing or doing,
.,<:' __ "\'rJ ', \) has to do with unclassified residential limits or, districts binlnc-bs:/: In areas eetj apart for. ,
service, Including heads of departments for white or Negro residents, to white Jel'Rohs.
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West Palm Beach MIAMI COED members of appointive prohibit white persons from This nmendment Into ho eftivo -
{boards, etcIt Is to residing or doing' l/uslness in immediately upon passage \\0
4 EDITS FAMUYEARBOOK become effective Dec. 1. I certain limits established for ,

The Progressive National ----_.
Baptist Convention, Inc., headed M
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by Dr. T. M. Chambers of
Los Angeles, Cal., will hold its Editor of the 1001 Rattler,
Southern Regional Conventionin I student yearbook of Florida
West Palm Beach at the 'A&M University is an attrac-
Roanoke Baptist Church. 1412 tive and talented senior coed,
Douglas Ave., Nov. 19, 20, 21, Marie Jeanette Alford, daughter -
with Dr. I.. J, Alford, host of Mr. and Mrs. Nero Al-
pastor.. Invitations have gone ford of 448 NW Gth St., Miami.
out to pastors In the Southern Slated to receive the bache-
Region to attend this meetIngand lor of science degree In elementary -
discuss the theme: "Re education upon graduation -
discovering Our Baptist Heri- *from FAMU next April,
tage." Mls -Alford hopes to enter
graduate Chool in the fall of I
Dr. O. H. Stlnson presidentof 1964. This year, In addition to
the Southern Region will her duties as Rattler editor, t''
brlnff,: most of the New Era she Is a member of the Host ,"
Baptist; State Convention of and Hostess Club, of the Student \ r..
Georgia,,:of which be' 18\"pre' Union member of the I,
dent to this 'meeting.: Baptist Homecoming Theme .committeeand f I

will Leaders also from be in attendance other regions 'a member of the Fine Arts ..... .., ..., .,.
Festival committee. In previous ----'-'------- -- ---- ,

West Palm Beach, Is a beautiful years she has been activeIn Pill BETA SIGMA, INC., lain; Bro. Fred D. Calhoune James Wallace Dethune Cook- ;
city and Dr. Alford has the Women's Congress, the Ft. Pierce, Parliamentarian: ; man; Samuel ,V, Williams, Ft '
announced that there is no Rattler staff the Baptist Stu- HOLDS STATE MEETING Bro. Clarence Smith, Ft Lau- Lauderdale' James Kernes ,
segregation in hotels and motels dent Union the Christian Federation Chapters from througout the derdale, Treasurer. Miami; Arthur{ L Evans, Miami;
In this southern city. All the Student Handbook state met at the Elks Club, in Bros in attendance were 1st, Luclous Crawford, Miami: Ho-
attendants are urged to secure Committee and the Model Unit- Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, Saturday row (left to right) Rev Ivory ward Ward Lewis, Miami;' f
reservations as far advance ed -Nations Planning commit Nov. 9 for its annual N. Mizell, Ft. Lauderdale; Freddy Johnson!,, Florida Memorial '
as ,possible. tee.An state meeting.The Henry Mott, Miami Florida; ; Willy Gunn, Ft. Lau-
'''honor student who has Col. David L. Brewer, West derdale: Allen Jenkins, F1or1cbMemorial :
The Progressive National always shown exceptional interest highlight of the meetingwas Palm Beach; James A. Gayle, ; Ray Grllson, Florida
:Baptist!;Convention extends 'a .In writing and Journalism a dynamic speech by the New Orleans (Reg. Dir.) Dr. Memorial; Timothy Herring ..
hweartyWelcocne{ 'to all Baptists ,*]she served as editor of Recrinal Director, Brother, Von D. Mizell, Lauderdale; Florida ,. Memorial; Samuel
to attel session.. .* the .M Washingtonian, student James A. Gayle, New Orleans, A. B. Williams Palatka, Florida Lewis Ft:* Lauderdale;' JJenJ t
newspaper at Booker T. Washington Louisiana. Rev. E. C. Tl1lmanL West Palm jamin Isaac, Florida. Memorial; ':
-- High School in Miami. The following 'officers were Beach; Fred C a'I h o u n, Ft Genet Ferguson Florida ,Memorial

BE SURE.TO' her senior- year In high elected: Bro. Mott, Pierce; ClarencemI$ Ft ; Janus Howard; EarL,,,
.' school she was also second Miami, Vice President; Bro. Lauderdale; David Simmons, Mlzell; Bolsy Waiters, Ft Luiderdaler" t
7., "\. otace.-winner in. a statewide Charles Gainey, West : Palm Miami; Elmer Shell, Ft Lauder. George Burrows! Ft.'' I'#
k VOTE TUESDAY easay':contest spoasoredby"the Beach( Secretary; Bro. Ivory dale.Second Lauderdale; and Robert V., "f. ,
-. "Advertising: Club of .Miami. Mizell, Ft. Lauderdale, Chap- row (left to right) Gaddy Ft. Lauderdale.
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Many thanks to each of you

MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. Geasor's University Miss (Body Beautiful for coming and please come

again next year. Special
PAGE 2 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1963 r Hews Contest ResultsNorth thanks to Anthony L. Simons,

North 'Dade High School
Hello friends! How was your Dade Junior Senior PTA

week? Well the Ceasor's staff High School PTA and the Opa- president for helpful services

and student body really enjoyed locka Health Club want to rendered.
theirs. We are particularly happy; who Zeak Poltler
r cYo of thank each and everyone,
z over the fact that the owner
j the school, Mrs. W. M. Ceasor, has has helped in every way Miss possible J ,I II
make the contest,
returned home and has greatly; 'to South
improved since her accident last Body Beautiful and Mr.
week .11>{ Florida. Physique Contest a

The students at Ceasor are happy; success.

to report, also, some of the outstanding Special thanks to Bob John-
events that took place
Miami
teacher at
last two weeks. Dur son, gymnastic
AMONG THE MIAMIAN8 United Fund. You should con- during seminars the that were l led by Jackson High School whose
the I tribute, for these funds are being ing rendered a 30-mlnute
who are attending Triangle Mrs. 'Clark, such topics as hairstyling team
Classic to witness Florida A raised for health, welfare and professional ethics show. First place: Miss Edith

and M. Rattlers play Central and character and building were discussed. The approachesused Jones, 10th grade student at
State In Tampa last week were: agencies which serve our com- to discuss these subjectswere Northwestern High.

Mr. and Mrs. Oral Allen, Mr. munity. many and varied. However 33-24-36,
Hewitt Ferrell and receivedfrom Edith is a beautiful
and Mrs the information that we
Thomas Oscar Johnson.CONGKATUIjATIONS Mil and, :MRS. ROLAND these seminars was of such lives at 1291 NW 55th Terr.
Burroughs (Patterson, N. J.) quality that all felt the usefulnessof Second place, Harriet Taylor I

are the proud parents of a six: it all.Last .

to lb. five oz. girl, Stack Monique, week, a Halloween Party Third place Beverly Edwards
Father Theodore GiWson} upon who made her entrance on was planned and postponed. This Both girls from North Your BMA
his re-election to vice presi- Saturday, at Washington Hospital week, November 8th (Friday), the man,
dency of the state NAACP. Centre in Washington, I student body is prepared to entertain Dade High. of Coco-
Father Gibson, as we all know,, D. C. Roland is the son of you with a lively and most George Symonette, friend for life
'third
has long been a crusader In our .Tovcelyn Burroughs of our entertaining Come Wright, took place first John a
fight for civil rights. city. out and help us enjoy the party. nut Grove second and; Eugene
I May the good Lord bless and keep Henderson, .and healthRenfc

THE CLASSROOM Teachers'Association's you. .
BKATIUCK KICHAimSON has 5th Annual Schol- MRS. R. L. CARTER
returned from a fall vacation I I SINCE IMS
of the nrshln' Ball will lie held at the Reporter the man who can:
where she enjoyed some Fontainebleau Hotel how bow to make
beautiful Building
north. For Quality you your
brisk air of the
on Saturday Nov. 23. Membersand sudoUar provide the
I I their friends are being invited Home Show OpensAt utmost: value ia Lift and

High the ball and PL 13604LOT Bttuth IMHIHUCB protection,
THE NOHTII DADE to "come to Dinner Key ...
School Band has been Invited to help send someone to college .rHftp
Bowl More than 125 firms will begin -
participate in the Orange next fall. retirement Income
this Con- showing off their wares
Classic parade year.
i and services Sunday, when the xac&Sta .educational plans
grats to Mr. Charles D. Wyche, "Rn() S OF THE Fishmen *
principal and band director by Morris West is the book huge Nov. Home Show opens ..disability Income

James McCall 'and Chrlspln In- which will be reviewed by Mrs. its doors. at 'Dinner Key Auditorium lety ; .1f ...IaoIptta1haUoa

graham. I Veronica's Allene Guiivy Guild's ard Autumn at St. The show will be open from i ...bsss ewnenhfrOaB

- 21 Leaves presenatlon reports 2-10 p.m., dally Sunday, through I ... ueR
AUXILIARY BOARD NO. I chairman Jane Lewis. She and Sunday, Nov. 21th, reports its
of Greater Bethel A.M.E. Church director, John S. Gassaway. today loc. free
hosted friends at its Annual her members Nov. 24 invite from 4 you to to 6 Sunday p.m.-, On hand to cut the ribbon for LOT OWNERS! : ywHf pmoiuil hsa mCARL
The
Harvest Tea last Sunday. first day ceremonies will be
the of Mrs. Verne Tin-
contest was at home We plan, guide and advise
King and Queen ker 2405 N.W. 157th St. Rd., High and l Major Robert King
Mrs. Auxi- ,
with
climaxed and Maror General
High Harry
The evening pro- Your plan or ours
Opa-locka. )
N. 2 Lee Guion being W. RINALDI
iary Board mises to be filled with other Sands, commanding general at
crowned by outgoing queen cultural activities. Cape Canaveral. Custom Built Homes SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE
Iona Bucholtz. Highlighting the 1003 Nov.

Last years' king will reign CONGRATS TO THE James Home Show is the heralded Attractive Additions 9301 N.E. 6th Ave.

another year with 1963 Queen, Washingtons (Delores Smith) Atlantic Missile Range space .
Gulon. Guest artists appearingon on the birth of their first, a exhibit from Patrick Air Force Quality Alterations Rea. MU 8.2483
were the talented Monday. Base.! The $10,000 display attracted Boa. 757-5729
the program son, born on Good bank financing
estimated visitors
Mrs. Cherry Mills Boyer and an 80.000 -
Miss Barbara Howell, a studentat BIRTHDAY GREETINGS, weekly: in its showingsIn Miami Shores 38. FloridaCBMAJ

Barry College. best wishes. to: James Johnson, the Florida Showcase at 9aaa[
Rockefeller Center In New
1 Jr., Richard Johnson III, Le-
- UNITED FUND drive nora Johnson, Geo. McKenzie York City and the Pentagon in mmv @
THE Washington, D. C.
Mae Colson Cyril
beganx with) Sunday; ,being designated H6aves, Willie H&ttle1' ''Evans, Lofals .Largest exhibitor, as is traditional -
Fund Sun- Licensed '
United Insured
as began their Smith, Mary Willlngham, Louise with the big home show and.fight IliliilB_ .rs ASSRMCE C8.Or .
Volunteers will be the Florida Power
day. Sharell and ....
visits to receive Lewis, 888 N.E. 79th Street gars 4. wl
door-to-door contributions or pledges to the Miller, Annie Grant, Harry six-kitchen. Co., which display.will sponsor a I

the Eleam, I
serviced by .
40 agencies I >VA$ jfe j-*n
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FashioneUa Is In The Variety Hospital


Air Expansion Progresses I1TII1LiiI.J.at44!


Gamma Zeta Omega Chapter of Building construction is now
Kappa Alpha Sorority is VarietChildren's EVERY WEEK'lO$2O$30andmore
Alpha 25% completed 'at
now making plans for our Annual ..a
Hospital, to provide
Faljhlon ttn. This! year we havea
surprise in store for our more services for sick, Injured,
great
loyal friends. and handicapped boys and girls
n""v Through our friends' loyal support I. of South Florida. s !

of this presentation, we are I :
of educational According to: an announce
able to share in a program
civic Und social development ment bv hospital president -
Brunstetter the two- j P S
,
for the improvement of community Roscoe -S
life. Our activities along million dollar expansion program .

these lines havo included, among Is progressing jobrshout : y' 4 45 5
other things, the purchasing of time-table, and the r
hearing equipment for deaf children be finished by August, 10G4.I I ; tSSvS
at Floral Heights Elementary
be completed in the near ;
School, complete equipment for a I To
room at Christian Hospital, stamp I future are new Outpatient r 3
books for equipment at Sunlland Clinic and Emergency Room raM a > .44
Ccntpr, scholarships for worthy I facilities, a complete new surgical
college women and conducting ; suite and recovery area, a .
young clinic each center a unit for r ;
an eye-screening rehabilitation ;; gAVtNp3
year at the James E. Scott Center. hospitalization of emotionally;

In connection with "Fashionetta' disturbed children, a chape, ..,
a contest called "Miss Fashionetta" and expansion of persent ,X-ray,
is held comprising our main proj clinical laboratory, dietary, and I I .Yi1Dx kv
ect in raising funds, to continueour maintenance facilities. New con 4
efforts to aid the handicapped, struction will also create __KS
award scholarships and contribute room for 85 new patient beds. on ear and DRIVE
Among: this your SAFELY. If
I to civicenterprises. A fund-ralslni; campaign Is bo- you are seen

year's Fashlonetta contestants are 'Ing conducted the Variety driving courteously and safely by of
Mrs. Bertha Jackson, Miss An- Club, sponsors of' the hospital, one our Franklin

toinette'from, Miss Spicer Eardron, Miss Andrews Shirley and Py-- to meet the commitment ,the for ,'" Federal Spotters you will be given a cash prlxe.
matching funds required by
little Miss Antoinette Queen.Be .
sure to, reserve a space or Federal government.The .' NOTHING TO BUY! NOTHING TO WRITE!

your calendar for "Fashionetta"Egellocs pediatric center is a

non-sectarian non-profit In- You don't even need a savings account at Franklin Federal to qualify!
Meet stltutlon, and is open to any

-hlld, regardless of race, creed, DRIVE SAFELY AND SAVE SAFELYI
The Egelloc Civic and SocialClub '>r ability to pay.
held its regular meeting on "Friendly FRANKLIN'-where SERVICE
Saturday, November 9th, at the comes flrstl

beautiful:2511 home N. W.of 15th Mrs.St.Delores, Opa- November 23rd, promptly at 8:00: ( A 1 :; \\i
Cbvin, \ %
o'clock. The guest speaker for the ,', f.'i. .,."::.:, FRANKLIN
Locka. evening will be Mr. Robert Ford, .":t 4
the included ::
for evening .
The agenda Librarian at Richmond Elementary .t.
The evaluation : "' :' ;
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the following: : '$
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School. t) .. :: ';:f FEDERAL
of their dance that was held a J "> Rate Per Year Paid and
at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel last The meeting was adjourned and 4l Compounded Quarterly
month: plans for their Annual Mrs. Covin was thanked fo? being t ,, ".1SAYINGS'AND
.
Xmas Party, and last but not least, such a gracious hostess and for ," "", ',.... LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI tAt Savtnga to $10,000 Insured by an .

their Annual Book Review serving such a delicious repast. 1001 N.W. 3rd AVENUE 371-7652 ft.ncy of the
The Book Review will be held i;; U.S.GovernmentTHE ,

at the bomb/ of Miss Jacquelyn VIVILORA P. GAINEY \t." ';: 2.;',<. ,, "" >; : .'" ,. ,"" > ,"
Day 1321 N. W. 53th Terrace on President ,


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I Broward County Y k: NOTICEThe $19.2 MILLlON:1: : -,

Home Missionary Societyof
GIVEN
UNCF.
News Mt. Zion Baptist Church, invites r: ,
x, you to an Afternoon Purple and :,:
I My White Tea, on Sunday, November'17th NEW YORK Gifts totalIng -
,,, Walter How from 4 to 6 P.M., in the rectory $19.2 million have beer 1
r 301 N. W. flth St. made to the United Negro College .
Development Campaign. "
LM 'r t ry, y f a.i a Ea4.d1A/ Sunlight Beauty'School held its Charles 0, Mortimer, chal-man. i,
JI:._ 28th Annual Graduation and Prom. General Foods Corporation, andnational ,
The South Broward VFW We are giving thanks to Mr. J. chairman of too campaign -' I
R. Taylor for emceeing the pro- announced today at the' i
Post No. 8195 will meet Sun- New York luncheon .
day, Nov. 17 at 5 p.m., at the gram area kick-off '1
I',
at the Hotel Hilton.
Chamber of Commerce Building Thanks to Rev. Edward T. Gra
ham for an inspirational topic: (
in West Hollywwod. Mem-
Business foundation nnd'Dr.
"Preparation, Inspiration and Dedi
bers
please be present.
cation. Benjamin E, Mays civic
We were honored with inspectorsof 1 e a d e r heard Mortimer
Mrs. Mildred James and Mrs. the State Board from the city president of Morehouse Col-
x 1 ) Ann Glover, chairman and cochairman and state and their staff. lege, Atlanta, Ga., present the
of the Woman's Day There were plaques and corsages case for the $50 million pro-
program held at Mt. Zion AME given Mrs. Elaine Walden for her gram. Morehouse College Is one .-
wish to thank all the membersand services rendered on the Orange of the 32 Negro Colleges within ..
friends for their fine coope- Blossom Beautician Association for the fund.
., ration in helping to make the 18 years.
k1':1The program a success. Rev. F. D. Thanks to Mr. Clyde Killcns and "It cannot be denied that
: Wright, pastor. maestro Frank DuBois for the these colleges though meagerly .

_._.__m.__.__._,,"__ -, -.-_....._--- -John-C. Thomas, barber at beautiful. Mrs. Julia Knight Ann Beat.Neal was crown have supported contributed In the mightily years past tp

Hon. Rudolph Bradley, Florida has ever gone Into a Bowe's Community Barber Shop ed "Miss Sunlight," Mr. Edmond better human relations In
Grand Master of M.W.U.G.L., No. 2 and resident of Liberia, Williams Runner-up; FlorenceCartwright America and have done muchto
build
foreign to
has left for Belize, British Hon- country masonry left for the U.S. Army Nov. 12.i second prize. Improve the American
for the of Thanks each student for his
to
jurisdiction "
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Dr. Mays said.
duras, Central America to organize economy
.
a Masonic Lodge. Travel Florida. Grand Master Bradley I The Chamber of Commercewill cooperation. Orchids to Mrs Johnnie
ing with the Grand Masterare I is to be commended for his have election of officers Mae Harris for designing the Dr. Mays pointed out that
formal
and of tho
Brother, Aaron Buggs. alertness to the changing times Monday night, Nov. 18. All dresses.costumes some while Negroes arc 10 percent
andBrother j I I members to be of the total national population
Grand Senior Warden when all good people should are urged pre- See next week.
O. Randall, Grand unite Into one Brotherhood, sent. Businessmen and citizensare I you LESENE they comprise only 3%
Junior Warden. This is the I under one God. 'Welcome 1 I invited Sunday was most enjoyable for. percent of the collegiate, graduate : -

first time a Grand Master of brothers to the craft. __ ._ 1 I all who attended. The youth were and professional enroll-
Star Light Lodge No. 542 at their best all day. They also ment.
-- meets Friday night, Nov. 15, II sponsored a musical program, that "This small collegiate enrollment t
MISS. FREEDOM I Gibbs JC ToParticipate 8 o'clock. Members, please be was very well carried out. Th" explains in part the rea-
present. should also be commendedfor
youth son why we cannot furnish: a
In carrying out their program so larger number of Negroes
VOTE DRIVE The Excelsior League is stillopppin' well. They aro the church of to- qualified to serve in Industry in
Christmas strong at the CloverLeaf morrow. at home and
Play Lanes, 176th St., and 441 Next Sunday, the No. 1 Usher government,
TERMED SUCCESSNEW ST PETERSBURG, FLA. Highway The public Is Invitedat Board will serve at both services. abroad,, or engineers provide and more scien physicians -
all times. Ernest The No. 2 Choir will sing at the
The United Churches of Greater Hayes pre- tists. If had 10 of
we percent
YORK Dr. Aaron Henry, whereas the No.
St. Petersburg an the dent. I morning worship, the enrollment
collegiate we
Mississippi State NAACP I 1 Choir will sing at the evening
president Chamber of Commerce will use could trebWle the number of
views the recent free- Gibbs Junior College for the I, worship. We wonderful are looking forward qualified Negroes in every area
to another Sunday.
dom vote campaign in his state presentation of a medieval play Remember to visit the sick and of American life," Dr. Mays
Christmas. Florida Presbyterian College I
highlighting
I said.LIBCITY.
where he write-in shut-in.
ran as a
the
Drama Coach Robert Lawson the Church Drama Guild
candidate for governor as "quite announced this week that students Little Theatre Group, and the r
successful." of the College will present Children's Theatre will present
"The Offering of the Magi" at others. ,
Interviewed In the NAACP I 14 major shopping centers Sponsors of the play say this
national office here this week throughout the city on Dec. 20 will mark the first time sucha
Dr. Henry stated, "\VIe pushed and 21.The project has been undertaken
for 100,000 ballots and got GibUs Junior College presentation in the county. As a result, national -
83,000. When you analyze the is one of five that coverage is expected DRIVEIN THEATRE J'
harassment and intimidation, citizens will be' to see. from leading magazines. I'
the campaign was quite successful ,
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Dr. Henry ran as onofficial v, ; .; .i; i:[ f f,:..<;'f.,tht:..:.. .i;;
> ( "".1., 'f io:1' NOW PLAYING
candidate with Rev. Edwin > 1s''d1Jf: : W i.t:> 1
King, white chaplain at Tou- \. ; 1 4'fJk .\ '
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galoo Southern Christian College : r'i(: 1't. ,

as lieutenant governor. 14 ?: ) 1 f fI
Harsh and repressive police .'+".1'Wl ;$:.f,.. ij;t'l' *-' 1/1
tactics the i' r'r' .
were througout entire .
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for passing out literatureand .. ;f.
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for driving with literaturein i IF YOU NEVER SEE
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cars. Some were charged :
with minor traffic violations, ANOTHER FILM YOU

for curfew leaflets violations without, for a per-distributing frj ) .. jJ 1 MUST SEE "MONDO CANETHE MOST

mit and violations of .anti-lIt- J IE EXCITING, SHOCKING THRILLER EVER MADE!
tering statutes. Jl I

Students from Yale, Fordham, NMN-'.' 4 I yr ,
San: Francisco College and Harvard k
were continually Intimi-
dated by the police for their
participation in the campaign.One + J

of these students was

questioned by Clarksdale police r NrIkI
and warned about assolcat- ,
Ing with Negroes. When the I +
student stated that he was ,,,' ,
working for freedom and happyto
be associated with Negroesthe I
chief of police replied, k
"either you are looking for /P44
Nigra women or your mama
/N JrI
was a Nigger. $ JJ,

Dr. Henry estimated that the z.
10,000 to 15,000 registered y ,+ PI }
Negroes who voted across the 1
state supported the slate. In
Clarkdale It was announced that -MODO I ITE
600 ballots had been spoiled because -
his name had been 'written
In. No further announcements -
were made,. he Bald. I

The continued Intimidation In Fine Whiskey

of campaign workers demon- .
strated that the white commu- FLEISCHMANN'S
nity has real fear of Negro
awakening, Dr. Henry said. i *\

"We have no visions of a (Is the BIG buy !Ir.
black supremacy but we feel snuli 1
that there are people of all racial iwi 1I .
groups: who, once they realize r
they can win, will espousea '7/Js 7sL1iW/; PLUS, "
phlllsophy of freedom and .' r
and justice for all ttt=-n1r'nd"' wn,1 ,. "BEACH PARTY" :
he continued. "By electing IUchpeople feI/you .

regardless of their rac*. .. y_Ja/Jfc_ __00_. .. .......... ,__ BOTH IN COLOR I
we will stan Mississippi,on A BLENDED WHISKEY 80 PROOF 65% GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS, .\ 1
the of dignity with the rest of THE FLEI8CHMANN"OISTIUINQ. CORPORATION NEW YORK CITY y 4 .
nation, "he concluded. !



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'PAGE 4 SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 18, 1963II. I Ye Editor attended service at All Saints Episcopal; St. James A.1.E.. .

Church, the Rev. Raymond Afobitt, rector and Rev. L.

Seymour Clarke, associate rector.
This church is said to be the Virgin Islands'l greatest Presents 15th

monument to freedom. It was built in 1848 by the

people of St. Thomas in thanksgiving to God for free- Annual Woman's

dom ,from slavery. Because of a severe drought in, 1848

molasses was' used to mix the mortar used between the
E. BIGI8MUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher stones in the construction of the ancient edifice. Day""All
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Edi.tor.
I On November 24, the transfer of the Anglican
Member of the National Newspapers! }Publishers. Association Church in the British Virgin Islands to the Episcopal the obstacles have been

SUBSCRIPTION RATES Church in the United States will take place. surmounted. Only a few rlnkles

ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 1 We went sightseeing in the city and in the moun- are left to be Ironed out and

the Post Officeat tains. We the onetime home of Sir Francis Drake we are ready," says Mrs. Cath-
Entered an Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at saw erine Peterson, publicity chair-
Miami, Florida, under the act of !March 8, 18TC (English Admiral) and visited the Bluebeard Hotel on man for Woman's Day at St.
the site of BlueBeard's home or hideout. There were boys James AME Church.
!Main Office at 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue-Phone OX 1-0421
You
flowers.
with can
Downtown Office: 1112 N.W. 3rd Avenue Phone FR 3-2236 with donkeys heads draped paper This august occasion Is beIng -
mount and have two pictures taken for ''as little as 25 looked forward to with
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" cents. great enthusiasm and Interestand
The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best- lead the to hotel for din- we dare say that the wo-
before returning our
world from racial and national antagonism ,when It accords to We shopped men will out-do themselves.This .
man regardless or race, creed or color his human and ner. We checked out and boarded Caribair's plane for
!legal every..right Hating no man, fearing no ,man-the Negro Press San Juan where we took Eastern Air Lines Jet for the reporter has been keep.
firm belief- that all men- are ing hs eyes on the women -
wtrives: to help every man In the return trip to Miami. are really working hard.
they
';hurt'a*. long.ns. anyone is held back. President Hill went directly to New York; Jack I have heard many comments

YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKYe Cooper to Cleveland; Mrs. Dickerson to St. Croix to about, Mrs.the ability Dorothy of their Edwards speaker ,

Editor returned on Monday evening from a four. spend some time with relatives' ; Mrs. Dimery to Atlan dean of girls at Northwestern
ta. Dr. and Mrs. Shorter will visit Haiti, Santo Domingcand High School.
Thomas U. S
and St.
Rico ,
day visit' to San Juan, Puerto
Virgin Islands. San Juan has a population of 100,000.At Martinique before returning to Atlanta.In Mrs. Edwards needs no intro-
San Juan we met Clarence Patterson, interna- duction nor a lot of fanfare.
San the sixth annual convention of the In-
Juan She is too well known in our
and '
national of State
organizer County Municipal
held. community."Women's.
ter-American Travel Agents was
AFL-CIO, whose headquarters is in Miami. .
Ye Editor associated with the North's Travel, Agency, I Faith In a Confused !'-
St. Thomas to be having fruitful
seems a season.
of Miami, enjoys making these annual trips. World" is the appropriatetheme
The Hilton Hotel was filled, and the shopping cents for the day with Mrs
Miami Nov. 7 at 1 via Eastern '
Leaving Thursday, p.m.
was busy attending to the tourists. Martha Nicholson, the capable
Airlines jet, we arrived at San Juan at 3:08: p.m. chairman, presiding In the
The next annual convention is scheduled for Gua-
The agents comfortably at the El morning and the equally as
were domiciled
temala City, Republic of Guatemala. A board of di- capable Mrs. Classie Porter,
Miramar Charterhouse, Albert Elovic, vice-president and rectors meeting will be held in Mexico City in March, taking rver In the evening.For .
general manager.
1964. ,
i the evening
El Miramar Charterhouse is said to be the first panel will discuss the program theme a,
'ever built which is completely and authentically of Puer-' moderated by Mrs. Cecelia Mc-
to Rican native fabrics, designs 'and materials stemmingfrom Tuesday, November 19 we will have another election Cartney. Discussants will be:
Spanish Colonial antecedants which treat the On that day Miamians will elect a mayor. Our pres- Society: Mrs. Edith G. Bar-
eye field
Church
to true hues of the island's gorgeous foliage. ent mayor, Robert "King High, has served us well ever Johnson; ; School, ,Mrs.Mrs.Enid Mildred C.
since he was elected in 1957. He is offering Saxon
again. Ye ; Home, Mrs. Barbara
From bedroom window
your picture you get a spec- Editor hopes he will be reelected.His Williams: Business, Mrs. Elea-
tacular view of the ocean and harbor. nor Gibson.
opponent is George Collins.
Sharing the penthouse with the Rib-room is the
Commissioners seeking re-election are Abe Arono- ---------------- .
Union Club Bar with music and entertainment. You also -----
view the harbor and the island's mountain vitz opposed by Atty. James McVeigh\ and Joe Du-
ranges. Mond opposed by Steve Clark, Bill Dock and Angelo
The food is good. The Rib-room specializes in the ;: Advertise It Pays!

best prime roasts and steaks obtainable.Ye Sands.We
are ,supporting Aronovitz, and. DuMond. ...
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Editor can vouch for them being luscious. In fact, .0.-- ---
that was the consensus of opinion (they cost you $5.50.) TAT J

It's f.ndeed'a nice hotel and the service is good.In :;::

the absence of the general manager, his secretary ; ;

Miss Rachel Hernandez gave very efficient service. a"'
Following ROOSEVELT( f : J
Friday morning's session we were takenon )-
a tour of old and new San Juan and its beautiful : ..
hotels SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION JOHN I. OIR, A EIIAFR A. WARD
including the
Condado Beach. La Concho. Americana I I N CHAIRMAN 'US/DIN'
Ponce de Leon and Holiday Inn.

There were hundreds of tourists on the beaches and

in pools enjoying the sunshine. ,

In the afternoon we were guests of San Juan's Tourist ff's Me BIO "PIOS"OF

Board at the El Commandante race track. During the If',,': ';
evening i } ; }as .giyen by the El 1Vtiii mar Char- I ".1, 1"
terhouse. We Y ejfl,welcomed l by Juan Santbrii,. -Jr. frontoffic'e' ."' '&1'
and 'eserv tl ri '.P1annger. '. .*

"jHiltoHMG'iJ Iii11ITAS!!!/!; president, respo'ncfed and representative Ar/ makes Me difference!.

: {agents .made: complimentary remarks., Music
was,t uityisfye) 1 byiJtJifcSan'! ': J.uan University Trjo.. r Current 4ft% Dividend

!The, sessions:;-closed on Saturday after electing the Low Cost Home Loans

following officers: Hilton G.. Hill, New York, president;

Earl Kennedy; Detroit, vice-president; Charles C. North, .' ACCOUNTS
Uf TO $10.000"PLUS"f Equal Job Opportunities for All
Miami, treasurer; Jerry Cattousse, Guatemala, secretary; .......... < AN AGENCY OF
Mrs. Virginia' Dickerson, Atlanta, assistant. I I FEDERAL Mortgages without Discrimination

Board of directors: Jack Cooper, Cleveland; Clarence t It Extra

Bain; Nassau, Bahamas, and Mrs. Freddye Hen- Banking Hours
derson Atlanta. ; MON..THURS ...............10 a....-. p.m.
FRIDAY' ............ .....m.....10 a.m.-8 p.....
From Atlanta, Ga., Dr. and Mrs. Henry Shorter, BIG SATURDAY ..,.....,.........9 a.m.-12 noon
Mrs. )Virginia Dickerson, Mrs. Mattie, Dimery., '. I r

From Washington, D.C.: Miss Robert Barnes.

-. Mary1. nd:".Miss 'Charlotte, Coffield. f V- .VALUABLE MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS FREE

Wellington, Ohio:" lira: Reign Abrams,, (Dureigh .
Kennels) i. :' ; i I" every time you add $50 to your present VOVJ GE't when you eper, an o<
\
:. Philadelphia: William E. Griffin. account,or when you OPEN A NEW ACCOUNT. : E t ceunt With 01> odd IhiF"

New York City: John T. !Logue. Mr. ,Logue is as- +OI tOtlQl tOleIOIItOIlOtlOltOl: iOf IQ( f .. amoun'aecoun' to you. .p.nt..

sistant to Deputy vice president of sales and advertisingfor EE PLEASE Fill OUT BELOW; I{ 100 Merchants Green Stamp $ 50.
Eastern Air Lines. He is one of the few Negroes holding 8 FR 200 Merchant Green Stamp $100.

: such a position with Eastern. He was responsible for 0 50 Nam. ....,. ......................w................... ,''Ii-( t 4OO 300 Merchants Merchant Green Green Stamp Stamp 200.$150.

""arranging the tours for the convention. II 11\\!MERCHANTS Add,... ........ ............................?....,.. !//1\II\ 600 500 Merchant Merchants Green Green Stamp Stamp $$250.300.
Nassau Bahamas Clarence Bain Wilbert Moss /
,
Bowe Bruce Brennan; Oscar Johnson {//Green! Stamps dry/Staff .............,-.............:_......_ JII 111 700 100 Merchants Grtn Stamp $350.
Wilfred sand H. C. ft Just for bringing In thltJ Merchant Green Stamps $400.
!coupon no builnotttransaction Telephone ...........?,....?.... ". OO Merchant Green Stamp $450.
Carter.On .weer 1000 Merchant Green Stamp. $500.
noeouary.
flew to St. Thomas Islands I _, _
Sunday we Virgin blOtlOllClftOltOltOltOit+a+lICJIItOIlOttOltOl+eA..ud: fl.(J. ;>000 MerchantsretnKrr (
just 80 minutes flying time. This mountainous island has
a';; population of 1,800. We checked in at the Virgin Isle : talllp'" \ I'rnn! .> "uhf l>l lSlnnl

Hilton Hotel. There were five in our party. Mrs. Dickers ,. ROOSEVELT f t . ...Friday,Nov. 15, 1963I
Miss Dimery, Mr. North Mr.-Griffin.. The Short.! I l R..KA.ht1.1 Ir.oi.1 M
SAVINGS A LOAN ::. ,
ASOC/nc ; :
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ers arrived later that evening. 1' '000 r .. 0......,,-., 1IHGN.
P The Nassaudelegates visited St. Thomas, on Satur-I. 6015 N. W..7th Avenue ... d.+ .,., '
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day. Phone 754-6651 v AMIUt nil PARKJNO;, _.........t5..I5S..... .ki..... W1.mr. ...d :

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SATURDAY NOVEMBER 16 1963 PAGE 5 2 CBS Houses
The Cwest Club held Its first Thomas 'ithaioKeu the hostess.
meeting of the club year on Mrs. Winifred ON ONE LOT
5
I I On Nov. ,
Oct. 8 at the home of the re- hostess. Mrs. A. M. Twine, the Live in 2-bedroom house, J
I I porter. Many projects were 'l' was the charming all jalousied windows for
Metro Backs Down Urban discussed and the presidentgave ompson
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president, presided.Old
.those present a lot of good vice $6.00 week. Small down
food for thought. The hostess and new business was payment. After few yearslive ': '
Renewal Agency Gets Powers served an appetizing menu. discussed. Aurs. M Wjike was with profit.
Mrs. Lucille Riou was hostess emu guest and ,made?* o m e rent free
The Metro Commission Tues- very encoui'aging .re, arks. 5600 N.W. 23rd Ave. '
The next regular meeting at
day dropped Its opposition to
granting board powers to Its TEMPLE BAPTIST the home of Lee Etta Thomas At the close of 'the meeting
Urban Renewal Agency after Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor to the cluU on Oct. 22. The we were invited into .the din- CAN BE SEEN ANYTIME
federal aid for urban renewal president presided and business'of ing room whence a' ftjhle( was ,.. -- -...
projects was threatened. Woman's Day at Temple was importance was transacted. laden with good eat9t:tj'he club
Previously, the role given a decided .success both spiritually I The hostess carried out the reporter thanked the hostess Our Christmas IssueIs
the agency would nearly and financially.The spirit of Hallowe'en and
Mrs. M. Athalle Rattge, presi-
have reduced It to an advisory pumpkins, black cats and December 21 !
status. The agency may act on services were well witches were In evidence. The dent; B. Davis, reporter.
attended. Mrs. Clora Pearsal, J
Its own, under the new plan, I --- -
of Orchard Villa Elementary
principal -
after money for a project or
School
service has been approved In introduce e
speaker, was by
the Ifudget by the
commission.The agency. Mrs. Verda Harrow. Her challenging -
message left an indelible -
resolution was drafted Impression on the congregallon. -
by County Attorney Darrey A. .
Davis months ago but the commissioners -
voted to restrict The services were well-
the power of the agency.A featured by a 30-minute musical -' Dade County Young
meeting In Atlanta of 1 and literary program, with
the commission and agency to Mrs Miriam Hepburn as M( .
try to settle their difficultieswas The women's chorus, under the
called by the Federal chairmanship of Mrs. V.
Housing and Home Finance Strachan who was at the orga
Agency; but action was taken and with Miss Elsie Douglas .at
Tuesday to cancel the meeting. the piano, did Itself proud at
The comission also set Jan. both services. All of the partlc Democratic Ass'n
28 as the election.date for a special renewal pants are to be congratulated.Those .

honored for long and
faithful service by the Appreciation -
Committee were Mn
Chronic Bronchitis Eliza Andrews, Mrs. M.. 1 E.
Stevens, Mrs. Hester Gray and

Introduce by Warner.Mrs.They 13. were Hai After due deliberation and- careful consideration ;,

and Mrs. E. lain. made the pro T

sent The tlon.chairman, Mrs. Llllle M. does hereby endorse the following candidates:

Williams and co-chairman Mn
Lula M. Colebrook and Miss
Helen Smith, and captains wish
to thank members, advertiser! FOR MAYORHGH2A
patrons and friends for thel
s fine co-operation. Special thank
to the following guests: Mn
Virginia Grant, Mrs. Geraldine
Burns, Mrs. Catherine Pratt,
M Mrs. Noel Coblfc Mrs. Eva
|II) DR. JAY GUTIERREZ Tina Brook Mrs Mary 13owe-
--,.,. McKham, Mrs.. Maggie Ferguson HftpjRT
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Bronchitis Is an Inflammation Ora Lee Haywood and Mn
of the mucous membrance Marlon Johnson.
of the bronchial tubes. Often The chairman raised the j jI
times: the inflammation and hlgest inldlvlual' amount, $110.0<
swelling occurs to such an extent Deleveaux took second -
Louise
that the passages are closed Mrs. with $101.00. All the I.
place
making breathing very dlfflcult. coups and saplains did a fine FOR CITY COMMISSIONER i
ob. ,Capt. Mrs. A. Newbol I
In the chronic cases there 1 is; lark led with $170.00 and cap!.
apt to be some loss of flesh, E. Campbell $101.00. The amount I
weakness and a tendency toward reported was approximate:;
stooped shoulders. $2,000. Those who were too lato< K
Those having the dry cougl fresl may come In Sunday. SIDNEY
are very susceptible to - -
colds, which are apt to occur -
when the patient is subjected FREE TRIP! \.
to exposure. Those cases haying
the loose cough and abundant With Imagination yon car
: expectoration have diffi- get a free trip to the moon 01 5.1
culty in breathing, rattling any of the outer planets.\ GUI ARONOVITZ
sounds in their chest, decided cosmic atmosphere carries yot
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loss of weight and foul breath Infinitely, "Out of the world
These cases raise much yellow ;Make the Satellite Scene i
exudate which tends to become Every nice! ,
purulent. ), ., 0< i
I
Satellite Lounge
effect must
For every you
have a cause. That Is a funda- 0222 NW 7th Avenue
law. If a person Is ill,
mental JOSEPH -
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as in bronchitis, the disease -:: :::- -....;- ..4
condition is an effect for which
there must be a cause. k
The Chiropractic premise Is
that the cause of bronchitis Is
due to a vertebral subluxatlon
which produces pressures upon DUMONDBE 10-A
bronchial nerves and thus in- VOTE FORGEORGE
terferl with the transmission
of vital life force. ,
The Chiropractic objectiveis
to determine the vertebral
suMuxatlon that interferes with B. -
the transmission of this vital
life force and through proper

adjustments subluxatlon to correct so that the vertebral the- SURE TO VOTE TUESDAY {

Interference is removed thus I CollinsFOR

health.permitting the restoration to' ./!


Are(One you of a a chiropractic series of article case? FOR FREE RIDE TO;:,THE POLLS CALL: .

pabU bed In the public Interest :
to explain and Illustrate the MAYORThe and Brownsville
practice of ncientlflc chiropractic Liberty City
written by Dr. Jay Gutierrez -
whOM office It* located at 691-3961,_ 691-3881, 691-4343, OX 1-1551 or 696-9231 J"
the corner of NW 22nd Ave. All-American \
and 30th: St. Phone 634-1117.
Lady attendant on duty) Downtown Miami: FR 18000. FR 4-8595, FR 3-2236 ,

I Candidate


% MUSIC LOVERS I Dade County Young Democratic Association, . ,'':,. .
1\(11810 lover will go for :the I '
piano &tyUn of Jimmy Craw- ti: ,Garth C. Reeves, President .1. John H. Darkley, Treasurer .,,
SATELLITE. t '
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ford. Only at
can yon hear music for iappreciation. .Kenneth, Williams,. lit Vice President Ruby Thomas, Secretary
'. Seven niter a,' week / Nathaniel Dean, 2nd Vice President Dr. E. A. Ward, Chaiman of Board
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or' this talented artist'! entertains t1!1 Pd.,Po. >h My..Iii .
at the SATELLITE LOUNGE) -
6222 NW 7th Are. .<: -r

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27th A vem at 54th St.

EVER CLOSED - Prices Good Thru Nov. 16th Weller's AG Store Onf)

We Cash Payroll Checksjfcr Cold Beer At AH Times 24 Hours DAIL!

-FfiOZfW 0A/RY--/ Produce .
: LIBBY'S -: -:
,:'' Farm Pumpkin House-Apple, Peach,

%'I. DOLLAR SALEM Pies 29* Potatoes Z90 10 IMS.
l: 303 Can
:' FRUIT COCKTAIL Blue Bonnet-Whipped i
DOZEN
I'. Yellow CiPFACHES'v"0' Oleo Ib 19ct Oranges 29ct

5 for $1.00 Ballantine GlaasCarn
3 LBS.
303 CANPEARS Beer 6 PAK 990 Apples 290
Pine Apple Grape Fruit- 46 oz. l
PINEAPPLE DRINK Liver FlavorKENLRATIQN 3 LBS.
4 for $1.00 2-27* Onions 190s

TASTEE DIRR'S '-.'' :.. "

Sliced Bacon Ib 370 Smoked Sausage Ib 59DRUMMER

BOYFranks .
Neck Bones lb 150 12 ounce Pkg.
290

FLORIDA GRADE A
Pig Feet .. Ih 94
Fryers Ib 2T0

PORK DIRR'S

Rib Ends Ib 150 Roll]) SausageLIBBY'S Ib 35


WILSON'S ADVANCE Lb. Pkg. TALL CANS

1':;}'. SHORTENING. J 2 45C Pet Milk 3 for 39
';' DOLLAR SALE "Look for Pet Milk Paymaster"
Be .
','' FOLGER'S. -All Grind Our Cueat-Foiger' Coffee Will be Served
Whole Kernel-303 CanCORN SUNSHINE SWEETSUGAR
: Coffee 2 Ib can 99C
:: 51bs 39C
.,303 can'E BIG CHIEF With $5.00__Order__or_More ____
S R N TOILETTISSDE
SWEET PEASfLOOB 10 Its 79C
4 for 29C
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:; CORN : "CRYSTAL" KLEENEX UOrledCoI-count-

.l.':V::V for $1.00 AMMONIA Qt. 150 Kleenex 29C

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MIAMI TIMES, MIAMI, FLA.

Racism ACan;;; days Negri Author
I SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1963 PAGE 7


Atlanta, Georlga "At dead .
center of this thing called I
Western Civilization, and In the t7Y' 4 PROTECT YOUR FURNITURE
heart of America, there Is not WITHOUT HIDING ITS BEAUTYI I

only the cancer of racism but CUSTOM MADE
there Is an endemic Immorality 1 a't oo t,
an Immorality which will PLASTIC FURNITURE i ''I

destroy us If It Is not corrected. ... I
." The Negro Revolt" Is the : :' .. S.vvr. SLIP COVERS
only breath of morality and CRYSTAL CLIAI i
liberalism now blowing throughthe NIAVY GAUSS r
.
; LONG LASTING
land, the nationally known NRI RISISTANT, I
Negro author, Louis E. Lomax, HILLY
said here on Tuesday, quoting OUARANTEID 4
that "That tree of liberty must : HAMS 1 '
be periodically nourished by the WOIIAIAN...
fly ALDKIIT W. COOKK SHIP ANUoiftse I
11 waters of rebellion MATIRIAltALUMINUM txl
Lomax, a native of Valdosta, DEAR COUSIN AUDIS ,AND IRnI IITIMATIS ST i J
of intentions mis-
spite good "1$ :
has' written two best-selling : MARIAN CVSHIOM1 1
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books, "The Reluctant African," I takes are made. It is for this PIN: IITIIINI BPCClAUUNa CAU 1
and "The Negro Revolt." He Happy birthday to you . reason that we must help each IN PLASTIC DAY oa I
I other. All adults SLIPCOVERSEXCLUSIVELY NIGHT
was speaking at the Atlanta must com-
I didn't write last week because -
bine their efforts and help
University opening meeting of : I was very sick.
the Arts and Sciences Forum I was saying In our last every child. THONI
lecture series.Speaking communication that there is If we do this, things will im- of Grctchcn Wl 7-5091
to an overflow audi- not enough emphasis placed on prove. We must; act now!
ence, Lomax urged the students child care. This is pointed out Something has to be done. Thisis
present to "study-In" as wellas by the many maladjusted child- obvious. A change Is nec-
"set-In" for "we must com- ren in our society essary.It .

mit ourselves not only to demonstrate The number should not be is said of change that, JET TV CLINICHOME
against injustice taut great, but it is because of the "change does not mean that
to prepare ourselves to carry confused efforts of parents things have been done wrongIn
out the responsibilities involved who try to make their child- the past, Uut a failure to
in" the freedom for which we ren love them. make need changes guaranteesthat SERVICE CALLS 1.00.
ask. things will be done wrong
Mr. Lomax, who has recently Now don't misunderstand me. in -the future." Day or Night {
returned from visits to Cuba, It is good that children should Perhaps we need to changeour
West Berlin and Blrmlnham, love their parents. However,
way of raising children. We Service All Makes of
lectured on A Tale of Three parents have the responsibility
"Let down buckets whE.'reyou
Cities" I of always guiding their child- are," do your what you can see HI-FI's and STEREOS
In certain
ren thoughthe
ways even
and what you know need be
Six Freed In Americus it at kids that might time. not appreciate done. Somewhere In the poouOOOK We Alto Rent }

there Is It saying that if TV by the week' Month
This is the great Jove! The we "train a child in tha: way or
Vow To Continue Work love that "spareth not the rod." he should go when he Is old
Somehow deep within we he will not depart from It."
907 N.W. 2nd AVENUEPhone
Americus Ga.-Three field workers know that whatever our children I believe this is God's birthday -
from the Student Non Violent
greeting to all parents or
become it Is because of our
Coordinating Committee (SNCC), adults. I pass it on to you. 4-2044
who escaped a possible death sen labor. If they turn out good or FR
tence when a three-judge Federal bad we are responsible. Forever yours,
freed them No- Cousin, you know that In COUSINEdward
panel on Friday, ...",.
vember 1st, still face other charges 4 01" pQ7
here.
The three, Donald Harris of New
York; Ralph Allen of Melrose, TEr'x
Mass and John Perdew of Denver,
Colo., were jailed here August 8th
and charged with attempting to > ,
Incite insurrection, unlawful assembly r ; -y.A e_
r rioting, obstruction of a +'?
lawful arrest. Harris and Allen
are charged further with assault
and battery. All were denied bail.
Two others 14-year-old Sallie
Mao Durham and 19-year-old Thomas
McDaniel charged with
were H
t ty
rioting, unlawful assembly assault
and obstruction of a lawful arrest.
McDaniel was held on $12,000 bail
and Miss Durham, a minor, was A Iklik1Y
held without bail.

A sixth youth, Zev, Aelony, a
CORE field secretary, was also
charged with insurrection. Aelonywas
ailed August 17th.
All were freed when the three- ,fi o Q.a j o xi
judge panel outlawed Georgia's In- A r fn9 f' f$ c'I
surrection and unlawful assembly
statutes. The court also prohibited I 'MI
further prosecution of the youthson Mrs. Phyllis Cook prepares a bedtime
the outlawed charges and ordered
snack for Klmberly-eggnog made with
them set free on pail I Zf.. n .Y ,8' Carnation (her own recipe ,Is below).
IfY If/
will
The three SNCC workers 4r101'' v "The children love cocoa made with
continue their work in Americus. 1
Carnation too-It's
so And
creamy.
Miss who would have
Durham Carnation Is the only milk they drink."
been a 9th grade student, will re xry y.. D ,
turn to school. She testified at the (', xi1 'w. 3 p 6 k ,' Even when you add an equal amountof
tJ y3c
hearing that she and Donald liar- water,Carnation Is richer than. sweet,
its were knocked down by police. whole mllk.'USDA.ll .*
men and Harris was beaten by a
I nclboo 8, "
# "Competition o/Foodr.
to
policeman when he tried get
some water in the jail : ', "
officers beat r-----
Harris testified that
him several times the night he was I recipe |L-------- .'
arrested. I ,

CARNATIONHIGHPROTEIN I

Special Election on! I EGGNOGI


Urban Renewal Jan. I ( 1 hrgt glatilitt
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I 1 egg I

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28The B. Cook, production director at Radio Station WAOK, entertains his son
1 small can (/4 ) chilled
Metro Commission decided Edward, Jr., 1t/. and daughter Kimberly, 3/2, at his turntable. Both children started I cup
Tuesday that there will on formulas made with Carnation, world's leader for Infant feeding. I undiluted CARNATION
be held a special election on I EVAPORATED MILK
urban renewal Jan. 28. V cup cold water

The "Right to Vote Committee Popular Atlanta disc jockey I Nutmeg I
," which has obtained more I VanillaSeparate r
than 15,000 signatures on peti- I

tions calling for a referendumon presents his "Small Combo"They egg white from yolk Beat I

slum clearance programs, 'u yolk and sugar with rotary beater until I
has forced the vote. light Add water to Carnation, then add
The amendment provides started on Carnation, stayed on Carnation,.the milk with to egg yolk mix

that voters in the affected cityor extra Vitamin D for strong bones, sound teeth and steady growth. ture. Beat well.
district must
unincorporated Chill. Beat egg I
urban renewal .- I white until fluffy.
approve any How doe law student' become a amateur artist-and an artist in the
and that funds must a I
project Beat well into mix ,
radio did it with kitchen well. When the Cooks enter. I
come solely from that area. star? Edward Cook as ture. Add a dropof
Approval of the amendment a dynamic personality and an urge to tain small groups at dinner, there is I vanilla flavorIng I I ,

said federal officials, would entertain that just wouldn't go away. always a homemade cake, a frozen 1 If desired. d r'

seriously hamper urban renewal If Aa a pctvlaw student at Flak University dessert, or a fabulous pie. "I I Pour Into large I

programs In Dade Countybut ,he also concentrated on dramatics. makes such a heavenly glass and sprinkle
would not make them Im- cream 1 nutmeg.IvAVOaATID '
with
possible. Both Mr.and Mrs Cook are active in pie filling" Mrs. Cook volunteers I I

After debating briefly Tuesday little theater froup Mrs. Cook, a "and such a tender cake. Best ------- M r "

the commission voted 12-1 1967 graduate of Louisville General of all, it whips beautifully for home "from Contented Cows'' VITAMIN D INCRf/
to set the special election for Hospital School of Nursing is an made ice cream and frozen desserts!"
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7 NITES A WEEK
THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA.
You don't have to wait for
the urckcml to moot the gang it I
at the SATELLITE. It's every ,
FE. nlte. Entertainment and atmosphere CLYDE KILLENS' KNIGHT BEAT
r.
r. Hint's out of this

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6222 NW 7th Ave.
A NEW sound cause Negro players are bar- ...
that's causing quite stir red. -- ... _
a on I -- --- "
the uptown side Jimmy -

Crawford from, the Washington fine young, D.pianist C.- ::: T

really had the sensitive ears WELCOME TO . bi
tuning in on his Satellite moons.
It's been many years since this
town has had the opportunitycan
hear music like.1 his. If you SAM
EARLY'SHARLEM
can hear music appreciation,
you'll go, for this. Incidentallythe
special coconut milk being '
consumed at the Satellite is a '!
special Bill Harris formula.
The drink is liked so well he's '
SQUARELOUNGE
using over eight gallons daily. .(

WALTER JOHNSON, ones' _
popular in the musical world, '
died the past week. At present I

funeral arrangements. . Stanley are McKenzie incomplete -- Bill Robinson and the 'Red Hot Quails Ir

a 1962 graduate of North- Hit record: "The Cow"
western is 'a starter for NYU r
when they meet Cornell In cTi And the New Monkey

Ithaca: .NY. Maintaining a B Plus the Sir John Dancers, Bobby Marshall, M. C., r'
average, McKenzie was hailed
I
as an. outstanding freshman I f wv ,Frank DuBoise Band III
with a 24.3 average and 13 rebounds Admission Friday & Sunday $1.25, Saturday $1.50
.
per game . Isaac i I
(Windmill) Bain died recently 1+, BIG TEENAGE "MATINEESunday
in Nassau. He ,was buried here
last Saturday. \> I Nov. 17, 36 p.m. Bill Robinson and the ",
A city of Miami employee for Quails, plus an all Mar show.' Admission 75 cents
20 years, he was liked for his
good humor and friendliness I I
which he extended far and COMING NEXT WEEK
among many. Friends (Marie
Aybar, mgr. of Key Club In the' BY POPULAR DEMAND
Palace showed their I ,. ,
Bldg.) appreciation i KQ'!' 4 rrwia.w.ww .r+vw w
by extending a cash
donation raised. This amountwas
doubled by the manage- I f
ment just to show how much M1
they liked Wlndwlll.
'-
STEVE CLARK with a tai,
"Service to his fellow man," Is
Just what he means to do
when he's elected to Miami
City Commission, Tuesday, ,,
Nov. 19. This l/uslnessman has _
contributed much to.the.betterment Ic- ) F
of our city and I am sure Show
when you pull Lever 8-A on Big Floor
Tuesday we will be giving Miami -
an outstanding civic leader -
for all . Charles North
Travel Bureau is ready to serve Nite Nov. 16.
you those Classic tickets. The Saturday
prices have Increased 50 cents. .
The stadium has been recently ,,
renovated and you'll enjoy the Music by The Blazers t
new look. Box seats are much
better after the 3 feet eleva- The 5 KingpinsTEENAGE
tion, no bleachers. A deposit FEATURING .
will hold that choice seat. Just
see North. Remember Dec. 14 JOHNNY RED ON DRUMS MATINEE
is the date.
JIMMY EARLY ON 'BASS Sunday, Nov. 24, 3.6 p,m. The 5 Kingpins plus all-

THE PALACE Is the home of
Independent. Record Co., a new I ADMISSION 75 cents star-star show Admission $1.00. .i*
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waxlngs) recording . Sam I TABLES FREECome COMING 2 NITES ONLY
Early opens his unlimited engagement I'
at the Harlem Square and enjoy an evening with Sam Early in Saturday I Lounge this Saturday. The
Blazers, featuring Johnny Red the Lounge nightly except Monday THE GREAT COUNT BASIE

and. .Johnny Gov. George Early will Wallace be yours was .. . . . ....++..+..++++++.....+... . . . . . .. .. Admission Advance $3.00 Door $3.50

dealt when another a television powerful ban blow was Coming Nov. 23: Chuck Jackson Big matinee Sunday, Dec. 8, 3-6 p.m. Ad'm. $1.50

slapped on the annual segre- Teenagers, Adults $2.00.
gated Blue-Gray football
game. The NBC and Gillette , The Great Count Bajie plus a great all-star show
Razor Co., along with Chrysler
Corp. decided noel to televisethe
26-year-old bowl game be- WHY NOT SHOP AT YOUR COMING WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI "FLA. FRIENDSHIP!\t:v. j. L' jeiiiuiitt M. BAPTIST, pectinjtuuy Rev. W. H. Washington! To Present
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 16 1963
PAGE 10 Lee Can: reporterLast I I

Sunday was a wonderful -
day tor us b'arly morning Concert At Ebenezer MethodistThe

oaptism at Virginia Beach fOLlowed -

by a most powerful and Rev. W. Washington, ,
spiritual sermon delivered by robust tenor will present :\t fa'I.I.
our pastor in the morning wor- concert program at Ebenezer
ship. The deacons and trustees Methodist Church, Sunday ,"
express their sincere thanks to night, Nov. 17, 7:30: p.m. Rev.
the members and friends for Washington Is known by manyof
iT1IIIiTTa supporting them in the popu- the citizens of Miami. Duringhis aL
larity contest between Jordan childhood days he attended -
Grove deacons and trustees. Phyllis Wheaetly Douglas
I Elementary and Booker T.
Our officers are very elatedto
be the winners in the con- Washington High School. Sangin
test and Deacon Albert Lewis chorus at Booker T. Wash- L, 1 f
for five played
ington years;
and Booker T.
Elementary Saxophone In Booker T. Wash-
deacon of Friendship he
as He
five
ington Band for years.
turned in the highest amountof at
gave his vocal concert
money. It was most impor- High
I 1 Booker T. Washington
tant to our officers to h a v e School at the age of nineteen.He .
had the with Jor-
fellowship solo with
leading parts
dan Grove their Rev.C. sang
as pastor, the New Orleans Symphonic
H. Smith delivered a soul Orchestra in the "Messiah".
stirring sermon with their Played the leading part to the
choir out of their souls.
singing Broadway Musical, "The Devil
THE INCARNATION ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. Rev. A. J. King, our missionary And Daniel Webster", while attending -
delivering the evening message.We Dillard University. ,
Hcv. Theodore Jones, vicar 0. W. Foster, pastor regret to announce the Played the lead role in, "DownIn ..,-- --.....". N YOb.
Rev. H. E. S. Reeves, deacon Bro. Casey Graham, reporterOn passing of one of our pioneer The Valley" a musical which
consist of
The will
Sunday, Nov. 10 will be Friday night the youths members, Sis. Flossie Richard-- Florida A and M University concert
observed as Youth Day. We will close their contest at 8 son. Services will be held Sat- Chorus toured the State of Sacred Classicals. Contemporary -
urgently request all the youthof p.m. They are asking for co- urday at 3 p.m. with Rev. W. Florida in 1955. Played a lead Religious, and Afro-
the Incarnation to be at the jperatlon of the entire church F. Tanner officiating. Services role In the Broadway musical, American Spirituals.He .
service at 11 o'clock and we and friends will begin at 7 p.m. during the "Lost In The Stars" also given Is presently employed as
especially invite the youth in winter season. We are contInu- by Florida A and M University.He Dade County Recreational
the community who can attendto Saturday throughout the day, ing in prayer for sick and thosein was rated par excellentat Leader, specializing in cultue
be at this service.It there will Us a dinner sale at distress. You are always Music Festivals given at development.He .
is this Sunday that Atty the home of Sis. Albertha Jones welcome at our services. Cometo Florida A and M University is also Assolcate Minister -
James W. Matthews will be the 2179 NW 70th St. Phone OX church have your faith lift- during high school days. of St. Paul A.M.E. Church;
speaker in the place of the ser- 1-5765. This sale is being spon- ed. He received his A. B., degreer Chaplain, United States Navy
mon, and the theme, "Our Re- sored by the Home Mission e 1 1 g io u s education, 1957, Cadets; and Chaplain, Troop 94
sponsibility as Youth In a Society.The Florida A and Mi: UniversityB. of the Boy Scouts of America.
Changing Community." We are this pastor will be with us NEW BETHEL BAPTIST D., degree In theology, 1960 Married to Eloise Washington -
looking! for all young married Sunday morning. Music Gammon Theological Seminary. and has a son Billy, who is
people as well as our high will be rendered by the youth 1571 NW 68th Terrace Studied voice at Dillard Univ- four. You are cordially invitedto
school students with that new choir and night music by the Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor versity and Florida A and M hear Rev. Washington at
outlook on life, to be present. No. 2 choir. Deacon Fred Williams reporter University. Ebenezer Sunday night.
the month of Sunday afternoon at 3 p.m. Sunday night our pastor
Throughout
[the No. 2 ushers will I
November the Holy Com- sponsor preached from the depths of
munion will be administeredat .heir he church.annual Federation Day at his soul. The Missionary ZION HILLMISSIONARY saying as David said, "I'd
Board celebrated its 9th anni-
the 11 o'clock service as wellas
The BAPTIST entire public the ushers
Is
8 a.m. on Sundays.The public always welcome versary on Sunday.The ; are
to worship with us. CHURCHRev. rather be a door keeder in the
schedule of Sunday ser-
No. 1 choir wuI'take the
Remember the sick and shut
vices: Holy Communion and ins. stand with Sister Dorothy James Pickett, pastor house of the Lord than to
Sermon, 8 a.m.; Sunday School Braynon at the piano. Please Usher Board No. 1 will celebrate dwell In the tent of the wicked -
9:30: a.m.; Solemn Sung Mass, visit the sick. You are wel- ."
sermon and Communion, 11 MT. CARMEL BAPTISTRev. come to worship with us. its 2nd annlvesary Sun-
day, Nov. 17 at Floral Heights Sis. R. L. McClendon, president -
a.m.You are cordially invited to D. A. Bradley, pastor' Elementary School Auditorum.
attend the worship services in Mrs. Christine Cohen, reporter Prince W. J. Roberts and Rev. Floral Heights is located bet- Sis. M. Saxon, 'Secretary

the Incarnation at all times. The Proverbs of So omon. ,A Taylor entertained us royally.Do .;. .;. .;. .;.
ween COth, 51st St., and 24th
.vise san maketh a glad father remember and
you yoursare
ST. LUKE BAPTIST out a foolish son is the heavi- always welcome to wor- Ave. All ushers from various Join The NAACp6!

ness of his mother. Proverbs ship with us. churches are Invited. Also the ....
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Rev. P W. Williams, pastor 10:1.The:
Mrs Buresba Green, reporter fourth Sunday in this - ,
"The Lord is my strengthand month, will climax our annual

my shield; my: heart trusted Women's Day. Won't you come For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call
in Him, and I am helped and be with us on this glorious
therefore my heart greatly re- Jay? \I.Ail}
joiceth; and with my song I Bible class every Tuesday at
will praise Him Psalms 27:7.: 7 p.m. Prayer meeting Tuesday : ;

Sunday, Nov. 17 at 3:00: p.m. At 8 p.m. BONDED !
the Male Chorus of St. Luke
will celebrate its 1st., anniversary -


gram.ally asked: invited You Both to ,appear the senior to public come on choirs are this out cordI-pro-and are Sis.Prince TRIUMPH C. McKinney H. Mobley CHURCH,,reporter'"Now pastor tIr: *? TEl RENTAL :


witness this musical program. thanks be unto God,
Remember the sick and shut- >which always caused us to M
ins in your prayers. triumph In Christfcand maketh I:II
manifest the savior of his AGENCY INC
knowledge bv us In eve r y ,
PRESBYTERIANWe
GRACE place.-II Corinthians 2:14.: I
are very thankful for a I Last Sunday the services
week well spent and programs were most outstanding all day. I
very well presented during the The subject of the school of II. A2' The largest collection and rental
observance of our 15th anniversary wisdom was "Victory Over
last week. Death." II Corinthian 15:16.:
Thioo main projects occupyour Devotional reading: I Corin- I agency in the South; operating in
thoughts and time this thians 15:1-11.: The school was

month: Every member canvassto most edifying. Our pastor gave Dade and Broward Counties'Negro
be held on the fourth Sun- many interesting view pointson
day; the preparation of o u r the lesson. The spirit- was
thanksgiving baskets!l. to be truly present. All of the saints L. L. Brooks Housing areas.
distributed during Thanksgiving went forth In the praise and !
week; and the setting up the Lord was truly glorified.The PresidentMANAGING I
of our' zone teams this month. YPE band was wonderful I
This Sunday evening, a subject "Patience,", James AND MAINTAINING ''
mcetlncr of the nominating com- 1:2-4: Luke 21:19.: f MORE THAN 'I''I'I
mittee will precede the evening The evening devotional ser- I 10,000 HOUSING UNITS I
service and of vices
a meeting were led by Bro. W. Williams -
the men of the church will follow The expressions w$reopened
the service. up by Sis. Jones and Bonded also has employment service at main office
This Saturday afternoon 3:30: many beautiful and Interesting
there will be funeral servicesfor followed. 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue
Hattie Ruth Peterson. Condolences Two of our teachers delivered I
to the bereaved ,fam- the messages for the even-
ily of which Mrs. Melvina ing, Mother M. Williams and .
Powell Is a memlter. Sister A. B. Phillips.
Both messages were very en- 11 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU I
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;: MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.

SOCIAL SECURITY r SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1963 PAGE 11
/IN Am
f f AROUND THE BAHAMAS

... . . .. I August; March Record Joachim Prinz, A. Philip Ran-
dolph, Walter Reuther. Roy
Dr. George W. Gore Alanpro- nude body was found in a Wilkins and Whitney Young,
si de ntof Florida Available At NAACPNEW
11
I densely wooded yard on Hospital -
..... University, Tallahassee, Florida, Jr.The
-- and Dr. Lane south, between Flem- record faithfully pre-
William ; The awaited
P.Foster, director CORK long -
of ing and John Streets, Nassau. serves the spirit, strenght and
FAMU'S famous Attracted to the scene by the "Mq ch on Washington"album dignity of that historic event.
QI applied for social security marching Bahamas band, visited Nassau, continual barking of his dog, a a| approved by the headsof Copies will be avilablo through
benefits several years get-together, recently, and had a neighbor discovered the body all ten cooperating the Association's regional and \
ago when I become 65; Out I A. M u with Freddie and notified the police. The wo- tions is now available trough I oranch offices throughout thu
was told I had not worked long (FAME)vn nxlrn g s Enterprise man's 19-year-old step-son was the offices of the NAACP and country.A .
Nassau's
enough under social security at British( W Colonial Sheraton- held for investigation.Mrs. the other organizations.The second record, also sellingfor
that time. Would it do any goodto The main Hotel. Finder who had been $3.00, is available throughthe
check again? conference objective of the living in the United States for album which sells at Council for United Civil
groundwork was to lay the more than 15 years, came to $3.00 pr paldi contains the Rights Leadership and contains
A. Yes, you should check school of music.for Bahamian Nassau from New York on a speeches ten leaders of selected speeches and songs of
with your nearest social secur- visit, accompanied by her two the March-Matthew Ahmann, the March.
ity office. Amendments to the Munnings, a prominent local youngest children, five and Dr. Eugene Carson Blake, James ----.>-.-...-.-..-->-.-..-.-
law in recent years have lowered businessman and one of the Farmer (as delivered by Floyd
the eligibility requirements.Q. Bahamas most outstanding four-year-old. McKissick), Dr. Martin Luther Advertise It Pays!
musicians: spearheaded the When the body was discovered Jr. John Lewis. Rabbi .. .
I that King
thought only wo- -- -- - ------- -
it was nude from the waist
meeting. He is
men could start their social so- proprietor of the
down. Her face badly --------
benefits Cat and Fiddle ClulJ, and is was
curity at age 62. Is
mutilated and several stones
keenly
this correct? interested in the cultural -
and intellectual relationship nearby were covered with
A. No. Since the 1961 A- between Nassau and Tallahassee. blood.
medments to the Social Secur- Among decisions reached during Chris Pinder, her husband, I
ity Act, men as well as women the meeting are: The apear- lives in Farrington separate
can begin receiving benefits at ance of FAMU's Marching "100" are said to have been ', ,
age 62. However, the amountof in Nassau on Sunday, Dec. 16,
your monthly ,benefits is following the annual Orange A Canadian-American syndll-
permanently reduced if you take Blossom Classic in Miami. A cate has bought 15,000 acres "
J
your payments before age 65- concert at a local park will and the Bahamas Government
to take acount of the longer follow a parade down Day GOO acres at Andros. The land JI
Street. formerly belonged to the estateof
period over which you will be ; JI
collecting them.Q. Arrangement are underway the late Dr. Axel Wenner- I
here to have members of 156- Gren, the Swedish industri-
I was born April, 1001, piece marching band flown by alist. r t 4 I ia
and never worked under social I jet to Nassau from Miami and t it
security until last year, when back following the annual Leroy American
my husband died and I wentto gridiron classic.Dr. "evengelLst and faith healer h+ cU
work. How many credits Gore and Dr. Foster ran into trouble with the Bahamas \
would 1 need to be eligible for agreed to present a Bahamian Immigration Department -
benefits? dance, music and novelty act and had to leave the (
as a pant of Florida A :and ii colony post-haste on Oct. 24 to
A. A women born in 1 jab University's annual Lyceum avoid deportation.Early J,
would need to work In a Series in Feburary. They also that day Jenkins appeared Y
covered by social security for agreed with the local group to I in the Supreme Courtat
at least 12 quarters (three support plans to send three to a hearing, where an appli-
years.) Prior to 1960. you six students to FAMU ito study cation for a writ of habeas cor- ,h
would have needed 24 quarters music on a scholarship basis. pus was made in his behalf, CLEAN-
or twice as much as the Others present at the confer- but was denied. About 200
present law requires. ence were: Charles Fisher, pre- followers demonstrated outside
sident of the Bahama Musici- the court and at the U.S. Immi- CLEAN-
Q. By how much will hiy ans' Union; Walter Wisdom of gration Service office, singingand
monthly benefits amount be Freddie A. Munnings Enter- shouting threats.
reduced if I start receiving !social prises; Miss' Yvonne Deveauxand Nassau was supposed to
security checks before age Mrs, Genevieve Gordon, tumble like the walls of Jericho. CLEAN!

65? \runnin ..s' secretaries; C. A. But the only thing demonstrators .
Bain, MilA; Wayne Carmichael, was that one of the +
A. Social retirement
security
president of the American Men's ripped a camera from
benefits are reduced by 20% If Club; Dave Bondu, public relations around the neck of a Tribune
begun at age 62, by 13-1-3 officer of the Cat, and photographer and smashed 1 It .
if begun at age 63, or only by Fiddle club: Bill Sweeney of to the ground. The Rev Dr. H. F
6-2-3: % if begun at age 04. Outboard Marine International; W. Brown, was among those .
and Rudolph Singh of FAME. protesting.At .
Q. I decided not to retire a meeting on the previous
before age 65. I have workedfull Mrs Virginia Finder, night, Jenkins reportedly tore
time up to my 65th birth- 39, Bahamian-born American of his shirt and gave pieces of f jf
day, and cannot yet decide citizen, and mother of six children it to members of the audience .That's the taste you get with
whether or not to apply for telling them that anyone who '
my social security retirement was brutally murdered would be :J
received a piece
benefits. What do Friday night, Oct. 18. Her half-
you suggestI I healed. There was a rush!
do? .FLEISCHMANN'S

A. Visit your nearest social ", ??< v> >'* ** o -$
security office even if you are
till working at your regular l t. :' GIN
job. It Is now possible to receive STAR MEAT MARKET '11
some social security bene- r\
fits even though you earn well .

over $1200 a year.Q. 1520 N. W. 62nd St. i

Suppose I do apply for
benefits at age 65, and have _
my benefit amount set at cert61n I Mma .fiM warn mn M near .i t1I)[ nusciaujw WTUJNG COIL,mY YORE piYJACK'S
level, but keep on earn-
ing high wages. When I finally THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE '
retire completely, will I haveto
settle for the amount that +
MEN'S WEAR
was set up at age 65?

A. No. Your benefit amount Meat-Low Prices
may be refigured to include t Fresh 944 NW 2nd Avenue

earnings after age 65, and if Vh'h
these earnings are high enough, 1; Exclusive. Men's Wear, from the top of your head to

It may be increased.Q. __ ___. L the tip of your toes IncludingHats

I am past 72 years of age, Shoes Shirts Suits Trousers Caps of
and am still earning over
$4800 a year I have not yet Lincoln Fields Apartments Styles and quality at popular pricesBE
received social security benefit --
checks. Why not? SURE TO COME AND SEE USBe

2045 N.W. 62nd Street
OJ
A. Probably because you
have never filed an applicationfor -. --- .
benefits. Benefits may be
paid for each month, starting Enjoy Living in Our Cool, Clean Apartments
with the month you attain age Offering Many Feature V
72, regardless of your earnings.
However, you can get them FREE GAS
only If you file a claim with
your solcal office.Registration. Tile Bathroom Refrigerator Ga. StoT AUTO RADIATOR SERVICE

Venetian Blinds
DriveIn Newly painted

Washing Machine Laundry Rooms 1 Hour Service Credit Available

Memphis .Breaks Free Parking Auto hot water heater WHILE YOU WAIT 1

Free Garbage Disposal Filtered water Come in for free checkup
RecordMemphis
8 POINT SYSTEM

Tenn_An NAACP CARETAKERS ON PREMISES R moTe Radiator From Back Fluih Engine Block
voter registration campaign Car Check water pump A hoses
conducted here this summer has Clean and Rod Radiator Teat Radiator for Leaka
set an all-time high for regist- Teat.. Tberrooatat and and Repair
.... Paint and
ered Negro voters. .are Cap Install Radiator
Weekly Rates All Work Guaranteed
W.C. Patton NAACP voter COMPLETE STOCK OF REBUILT RADIATORS
registration field secretary, reported $14.50 bedroom $18.50 2 bedroom Apt
OPEN 1 AM. TO ft P.M. MON. THRU BAT.
of the
that as a result
campaign over 81,000 Negroes Renting Office open every day Phone OX 1-8S62 6200 N.W. 27th Ave. Dial OX 12221.r"

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TIMES MIAMI, FLA. ALBERT . .
IN MEMORIAM'
PAGE 12 SATURDAY NOVEMBER 16 1963
Services for Mrs. Nancy' Cur-
( In'loving memory of our dear husband and brother,
mother of two sons and
9I nql S a tree daughters, 1310 NW 1st

place were conducted Monday
I CARDS at Ebenezer Methodist Church,
...
MEMORIALS Rev Aaron D. Hall, pastor.

""
,... Jk 'I __ The remains of ROBERT
-L: CROSS who lived at 1756 NW
:
CARD OF THANKSThe I CARD OF THANKS : :: 2nd Ct., and who died Nov. 7

were sent to Crescent City,
I night for servicesand
Thursday
family of the late, off
The family burial. lie is survived by

extends LEOLA thanks BLACKSHEAH to the follow-I "!'' ,,,4.f<1 _j !btil.\< ,it\ ' x r his widow, Gertrude and five

ing organizations and clubs iisters.

during her illness and death; CHARLES RAY 3720 NW
The Home Owners Association
and Social 15th Ct., died suddenly Nov. 7.
Fnendship Charity
Greenvlle Ala.,
of ,
His parents
Club and Rev Thedford John-
son, minister and the St. John three brothers and two sisters Final
'AI. his survivors.
Family, also Range Funeral \,( are among
Greenvile.
Home. Sincere words of appreciation rites

are also extended to Chapel
services for Timothy
the friends and neigh-
many 1G24 NW 2nd Ave., a
Clark,
bors of Miami and the community be held
victim will
drowning
for cards flowers, telegrams
with Elder
and donations. 4 p.m. Saturday
Williams of the Triumph
Mrs. Mattie Carey, daughter WARD Church officiating. He is sur-

i And the Jessie Family Who passed to the Great Beyond November 17, 1902 and vived by his wife, Katie, an

) who now is! enfolded for eternity in thine everhuUiiiR arms. aunt.

!! IN MEMORIAM And today there Is a void that !nothing in this world can Walter Johnson, 501 NW 4th

fill. And wo long for the touch of a vanished hand and the Ave., died Nov. D. He leaves his
wife four sons, a daughter, his
1 In sad but loving memory o sound of a voicetliat\ Is stilled. mother., Arrangements are in-

our father, But the Lord pave, and the Lard has taken away.SHADDIE complete.
,
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: Uk'ssod be the name of the Lord.
?E e Graveside services for Zee
Sadly niiKcd by: Walker, 11295 SW 216th St.,

,f. MRS. HATTIE GORDON I II EMMA IiOU WARD, WIFE Goulds, who died Nov. 11 were

.4 9y who departed this life October MAI1LE DANIELS, SISTER held Friday morning. There are
I no known survivors.Mrs. .
20 wish to thank Elder H. Wil- LOTTIE WAItlf, SISTER

liams and members of the CLEOMIE 1IL0DMFIEL1), SISTER Ellen Worthy of 1411

I Triumph Church, members of MARGUIJRITIf'DAVIS, ,SISTER NW 71st St., died Nov; 12. Her
I Jordan Grove and their many RELATIVES AND survivors include seven broth-
( 'friends for their kindness and FRIENDS :rs. Services Monday at 2 p.m.U .

sympathy during their hour of I ................................ .. ....... Mt. Carmel Baptist Church,
- - - - -
I bereavement Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor.

I Gordon IN MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKS
: Harrle I Phillip Walton died at home
Hattie Singleton 3153 NW 47th St. Nov. 13. Surviving -
Florence Singleton memory of my dear beloved I The family of the late, are three daughters and
daughters husband,
Joe, Harrison and Sumpter GEORGE ALEXANDERwho two sons.. Arrangements are

1 '' departed this life Novem- Incomplete.Mrs.
ds s qty ber 14 1962.
d ,
died at
Mary Jane Byrd
IN MEMORIAMIn hfe Gone rest but in peace.He not .forgotten, may home, 1895 NW 69th Terr., Nov.
leaves 13. Her survivors include two
:
brothers, two sisters and 'a
Geneva Mae Alexander
loving memory of bur beloved daughter-in-law: widow of the
devoted wifeA
a
*jar.--.I* mother and wife daughter, three sisters, late Rev. J. N. Byrd. Arrangements -

SAM JACKSONwho I two brothers, nieces, are incomplete.
,
nephews and host of q ,
departed this life Novem- a Mrs. Sylrina Adderly Ford
1A.T 13, 1957. frIends formerly of Miami, died in
Tho' he's gone his memories i York Nov. 10.
Sunday
M New ,
will be in hearts forever.
our
May he rest in peace. v-I IN MEMORIAMIn ,,, Services held Nov. 14 in New
Include
The Family York. Her survivors a
son, Francis Ford of New York;
__ loving memory of our two brothers, George of New
son and brother, York and Manessa of Nassau;
IN MEMORIAMIn fyk ..drl three sisters, Mesdames Emma

Rolle, Homestead; Laretta Mil

sad but loving memory of R SA. A ler, California; Nellie Newboldof
my mother, sister and grand- Nassau; also two nieces,
mother, $' (, \rimentha Mills, New York and
.' r1' .
'( l't Elizabeth W. Mike. Miami
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; 71 ," t' : i'.: __'.-_n"_.. other nieces and nephews,
: ; > sister- ,
I Arimentha Adderly, u
"
:.,.'l '. ,, '..;' . :. ) JOHNNY COLLINS law.
+ 4 ,( .,:,.>' ."."'( "" t". (1)ll: .I wish to take this time to express -
: '
; .
.
IN J4 t
our thanks to the many
,,'J' "
:\'x':.a W"Y, ... .' ',> friends and relatives who gave FRANCIS . .
,
J.r x
. ,>ft.t H. '. "'J "t ) I tlJ'L such sincere sympathy in our MRS. FLOSSIE RICHARD-
.
'; { .." '.. y hour 'bereavement.Though .
of
..r, ( \\i: ti.11_.n"" :\> -> : 1h r ARDSON of GCO NW 13th St.,
f p he is gone, his mem-

I "".' ...,r .'.....,.,.. c.,.>.....:.'.....,'i,>."_"'" "._,,_.,..,,.". If"_tWru } ories will be in our hearts for- 3 died p.m.Nov.at Friendship 11. Services Missionary Saturday
-- ----- -- - --' ever. Thanks to the House of
I --1 : Baptist Church with Rev. Tan-
I MARY DEAN I Albert and staff. ner officiating. Remains will
II I Mrs. Juanita Butler, sister
be on view in the chapel 4 p.m.
who departed this life, November James Collins, brother Friday. Survivors include her
12, 19G2. And Family. husband Gilbert
mother Mrs.
; ,
Alleluia! Alleluia! Alleluia!
Susie Mitchell; one brother,
,' + 1 i rwh The strife is o'er, the battle Arthur Mitchell; five sisters,
done? - CARD OF THANKSThe Mrs. Eula Mae Taylor, Mrs.
Now Is the victor's triumphwon ? a Rosa Lee Adams; r\ rs. Minerva -

; aWILLIE' family of the late Robinson, Mrs. Bessie Lib-
O let the song of praise be sung son and Mrs. Dorothy Passmoreand
Alleluia FRANK STREETER ISAAC BAIN JR. other relatives.

The powers of death have done who departed this life Nov. 14, wish to extend sincere apprec-
_
their worst, lO iation for all the kind gestures CHARLES EDWARD STONE

And Christ their legions hath 2.He is gone but not forgotten. shown them during their per- six-year-old son of Mr. and11rs.
iod of bereavement.We Lawson Stone of
dispersed; Dora Lee Streeter, mother I Blythe-
MRS. MAUDE STIRRUP Let shouts of praise and Joy Sisters and Brothers I say many thanks to each vllle, Ark., was DOA at Ken-
BROWN outburst, Alleluia.On And FamilyCARD of you from the depths of our dall Hospital. Remains were

.. ,who departed this life Novem- the third morn he rose again hearts. Unlimited gratitude to Nov.shipped 12 to for Blytheville Tuesday,
ber 12, 1062. Glorious in majesty to reign'o the Oscar L. Range Funeral final rites. Surviv-
strain Home staff for its untirrlng anoj 'sJaq oJq anon apnpui[ { BJO
Time cannot live the memor'fes let us swell the Joyful ,
that still linger on and Alleluia OF THANKSThe service, to Rev. I. c. Micklns sisters.

there's:; sadness In our Lord, by the stripes which for his message of consolation,
,hear, because our mother's wounded thee, family of the late, : and Mrs. Irene Pratt. Mrs. McClain DiesMrs.

gone. From death's dread sting thy The Appreciatively, Nellie McClain, motherof
HESSIE WESTof Bain
On that happy Easter morning servants free, Family Mrs. Gladys Anderson, local

All the graves their dead restore That we may live and sing to 1837 NW Gth court who departed businesswoman, died Thursday

; thee Alleluia. this lire October 17, CARD OF evening at 11, o'clock.
Father, sister, child and mother May she rest in peace. wish to take this method of THANKSThe Funeral arrangements in
Meet once more. charge of Range Funeral Home
The Family expressing their sincere thanksto ,
i We all miss you very much. the the many friends and family of the late, are incomplete.
Mrs. Lenora Sands
,
SAM MOSS
neighbors for the numerous

l', Family daughterAnd Special thanks to the pastor cards, floral pieces, telegrams, who died November 2, wishesto IN MEMORIAMIn
exprdss thanks to all of
and the many Kindnesses shown
and wife, Rev. and Mrs. E. R.
Ferguson: Mrs. Lozine who during their hour of bereave- those who sent flowers, cards, sad but loving memory of
Thank resides! with her daughter, Mrs. ment. Special thanks go out to wires and letters during their our dear husband and stepfather
f' You Ella Plnder at '1G07 NW 65th the members Of St. Luke Baptist hour of bereavement. We wishto who departed this life

II;, Mrs. Hazel 'Paul Lozine St. She also!! has another daughter Church for such encouragement especially thank the neigh- on.- November 11, 1953.
( wishes to thank the members Mrs. Marie Dorklns of Opa- the pastor, Rev. P. W. bors of Gith St., Miami Laun- Gone but not forgo Hen,.May
., of Beulah Baptist Church on loc Ca, a son, Alfred Scott of Williams for officiating the i dry plant No. 2, Corre' Laun- he rest In.peace.
Frow Ave., 'Coconut Grove, in eulogy, and also Range Fun-' dry and the Manker Funeral Doris Harris, wife
West nine (
which she is member, for their Key grandchildren, eral Home for services Home.Armenta Clementina Francis -
\ gifts and kind hospitality on 120 great grandchildren and two ed. May God bless each render-I Stoor, aunt step-daughter.

J the day of her 80th birthday. great-great grand children. The Children And Family Frank Hatton, stepsonMIAMI

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ii' FOR SALE FOR RENT THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.

MRS.1430 JackSOn ELOUISB St.,WILLIAMSof Richmond I yard loners, fruit rugs trees, 'drapes, fehced. 1-BEDROOM HOUSE. Conveniently SATURDAY NOVEMBER, 16, 1962 PAGE 13

Heights, died Nov. 7. She had: can be converted, separate into garage -, f i located, very quiet
an neighborhood, furn. unfurn.
been a resident of Miami for apartment or
and
has toilet and 2161 NW 58 St
Her
25 survivors
years.
are shower. Price Is
$12,800, $300
her' husband, Matthew, a son, down and
''. $72 month. Life 1-BEDROOM !in a private
Matthew Jr., three' sisters
Mesdames Annie M. Grffen,, 9-4371.Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL home with twin beds, heat and Liberty Arms
Open
Rosa Lee McNeal and Sallie Sundays. cold water at 2191 NW 59 St.
Curry. Services held Thursday Phone 031-2264. APARTMENTS FOR RENT
3 p.m. at the Church of God oil FINE GOLDEN OAK electrified "
Prophecy, 1677 NW Cth Ct. reed organ. Suitable for NW APTS. Garage apt. 3 rooms Unfurnished Furnished

MtUS........... Ijl/izaw.. ....09...... JALUVSUN.. .....;.......\...:..... Ol a PL home 7-7890.or church.:, $125. Phone $20 furn.per, bath wk., ,utilities adults.,696-6811.near buses from $10 Per Week up from $13.50 per week up

1280 N W CSth St., wu: dead or L Person occupying the same apartment for one year.
arrival l at Jackson UospltaJNovember t BY OWNER. Furn. rooms, 3360 NW 50 St.,
Large three-tted- will become owner of the said furniture.
I.t I. phone NE 41880.r'URNISIIEU .
7 She had 'lived i in L room, refrigerator and stove.
Mjaml: since 1058. Her sxjrvlvors,, Rent or sale, $6.500, 1881 NW In : 01 unfurnished 6970 NW 17th Avenue '
ipt. Opa-locka 1 bedroom
area .
include her husband John,, 45th St. unfurnished. $15 week, 2. See manager in Apt. 29
Lawrctlct
four sons, Jeff, John I oedroom unfurnished. $18, 1-
jr., and ,Levi!; five daughters',I DUPLEX BY own 1747- l bedroom furnished $21 2-bed-
Mesdames Louise Perry., Pear. NW 50 St. Home and income rooms furnished $25. Call Mlc-
lia Jelks, Mattie All t1. Mozell or Income property. Good tins Rental Agency NE 4-0500. _
neighborhood. ioI' :::' "
) ' ''JiIol.
Marion and Lizzie Williams Both units now .
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Services held Tuesday at St. rented, Two bedrooms each '
l-BEDROOM -1
furnished A11
Matthew's Freewill t side. Tile bath Shower apt. '
Baptist doors,
CHUrch with ttcW. WoOdtey I bf- tile roof, both units being de Jtilitles, downtown area. $18 ef FOR SALE ,.

fidiatihg1.! Remains ,w re shipped decorated. Open t Saturday Rental
that evening tct Geurryton, a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, 1 p.m. \
Ala. 'for": final rites* J polntment only. ,Don't disturb 2-BEDROOM HOUSE
tenants. Call Mr Hernandez, CltIM) CAIIR
MRS. ttATTlE RUTH PET NET 5-4057. NICE care for children. Mrs. 1460 N.W. 58th Street
1 ERSON of 1314 N\V 2nd Ave., Ly- Pinder. HI 86735. Pick up and
died in Jackson Hospital. She CBS 3-bedroom, deliver. Children fro m six SMALL DOWN PAYMENT
is survived by her mother, $10,500 total, $350 down. OWri- months to five years.
Mrs. Lucy Roundtree, two er:! pays closing costs. Partly BALANCE LIKE RENT
children, a grandmother, five furnished. Front scrcortcu \S
aUnts, two uncles and other porch, hardwood floors, gar: NEED A 'ANTIDriver. Must
relatives. Services Saturday, age, laundry room. Shell: Real have chauffeur license and willing Duplex Income propertyOther
330: p.m. at Grace Presbyterian ty, 4200 NW 7th Ave. 758-5551., to work. OX 1-6073.
Church with Rev. Savoy off! fine homes in' northwest section

ciating. CBS BEAUTY 1 bedroom, HOUSE. -room, 2 Maths hot
front porch, hardwood floors, I and cold water furnished.{ Also
JOHN BRYANT of 1723 NW appliances, tile roof, carporte, Money maker. 1817 NW 5th Ct. -
66th St., died Nov. 10. He lived many extras Sh?1J Realty, NE 13177.. ,
in Miami five years prior to 1260 NW 7th Ave. 7f.8-5551. Lovely homes and lots;in Carver's Ranches
his death. He is survived by FOR RENT FURN. ROOM, quiet, nice pri-
five Eons, Edward, Oscar, vate home, hot water FR d HERB MUNNINGS
Perry, Charles and Curtiss; FURNISHED Efficiency 1-5329 or 371-1235, 211 iSW 15
pri
three daughters Thetta St.
chell, Annie Mae and Mit vate with hath, stove and refricrcrptor. REAL KHTATi ItllOKKK
Mattie Prefer t
Bryant, five ttrothers and 10th; St. man, 1400 NW MODERN FURN. APTS. ,
three sisters. Remain were utility furn., adults, $55 and I
755 NW 51st Street I 757.6365
shipped to Thomasville, Ga ROOM !in duplex for $90 month 1865 NW 45 St.
for final rites man or f
on Friday. .
wpnrm, call Sat after 7
i and pm. LARGE ROOM, private entrance ,
Sun. all day. NE ---
MRS. 51217.10OM .
LUCILLE HEWITT of convenient location,
1752 NW 60th St. died Nov. 12. quiet, or
in
She had private home, heat couple 751-0291nerson
been a resident of all privileges for call {
l is Miami! since 1936. Mrs. Hewitt ouple or lady Block to working bus and
survived by her Finest Selections in Miami
Erick; a sister, Mrs. husband, Jitney. Also nice Turn apt. FOR RENT
Dorothy Electric
McCray and one brother, Wil! Ave. kitchen 1391, 4511 NW 14tn $23.00 Weekly home OpenNew
lie Brown. Services incomplete. NE 4-6310.Apply NW 45th St. Lovely -

PUKNIRHKD largo 3-bedroom, Low Down PaymentsEZ
FOR
SALE dining room, living room and TERMS LESS THAN RENT
$20PER -
MEW 4 WEEK, large 7-room kitchen House, at 1020 NW 5th
West Hollywood.BEDROOM.Small 2 bath in house, for 452* NW"' 33rd Ave. Inquire court. Key at 1921 NW down key, 4501 NW 33rd
payment, bank financing. Call Ct. Also $10 per week furn. -
,, furnlithed efficiency
NK -
4-0500.)( Jndf. cottage rear 4528 NW 33rd 230 NW 51st Street
1H11 NW 16th Ave Key at
HOUSE AND LOT, 1789 NW I Ave HI 61266.2BEDROOM :Mr/*. Clomejna 4815: NW JlHli Like ,new CBS 2-bedroom, hardwood floors, awning

70th St. Phone PL 8-3070. i APT. has oven, A>'('. $18 weekly.s. windows and appliances. $400 down, $75 per

N16 range and refrigerator. Newly s. r.iiosa RKATTVPhone month. $12,500 total price.
painted $25 per week, 3189 NW 111-0120
FHA TERMS 3 bedrooms, 59th St. Call III 8-1119. .1
2 baths In heart of Manor

Park. Florida room, separate YOU CAN LIVE on a big i It's Time to Think 250 NW 51st Street

garage, awnings, stove, refrig quiet corner, 6 rooms and bath hardwood' floors tile roof,
Beautiful CBS 3-bedroom, ,
erator and two air conditioners all furn. for $20 a week. No
_1---. Price. .. Is __ $12,000_ with $300 children, 5900 NW 23 Ave. About Xmas Ads! carporte and appliances. $400 down, $75 per month' ". .

u 'wn.: *tLre'. "ealty, 4932,.NW $12,500 total price. '1 .::w:. 1sy t
7 Ave/ PL ,9-4371. Open ',',' .
eyen-:
ting) :an67,.Sundays**' r" e .
GORGEOUS DUPLEX ... ,.. .
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, t, '1 9r QUALIFYING--$250 ,down DOWN 285 NW 51st' Street ..j")i',. 'tr w+9 I t. .'
2-BEDROOMS CBS
' ,"' fcrtcf'rooms Jnovc) right'''!In: '3 full Tted- $500 Lovely CBS 3.bedroom, oak floors, tile roof, And ay,- !large screened front ,
t.. ,.fporch, separate efficiency! ''''in NO QUALIFYING MOVE IN pliances. $400 down. $68 per month. $12,000 total '.

'rQf! and separate: garage ,In 7753 N.W. 10th Ave. price. -%
heart t'>f Wanor Park. Life .
Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL Hurry on this! el
9-4371.-Open
evenings, and Sun-
9-4371. Open Sundays.BY CALL MR. MARVIN 271-2041 NITES 290 NW 48th Street

Lovely CBS 2-bedroom, Fla. room, hardwood'' floors
OWNE'Rl no broker, new Greater Miami Realty HI 4-6133
3-bedroom house, all electric and tile roof. $400 down,;, $77 per month. $12,500
'wtchen and many other extras. .
west Hollywood 5250 SW 23 .) -
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St. Call OX 1-5453. D7
\ 1748 NW 42nd Street

NO QUALIFYING 2-bed- Owner pay's closing costs;: on this CBS 2-bedroom,

room room, CBS carporte in best, awnings loc tfon.stove Fla., For Rent or For Sale oak floors, garage and appliances, $259 down, $57

refrigerator, partly furnished. per month. $8,300 total price.
Lovely fenced yard with patio
and barbecue pit. Price Is r -
:$12,700 and payments are $81a
: month. Move right In. Life 3 Bedroom HouseBuiltin 1335 NW 41st Street

:Tlealtv, 4932!) NW 7 Ave. PL
this 2-bedroom
lovely
:94371. Open Sundays.'NO Owner pays closing costs on
Fla. room, hardwoods floors, and' carporte. $300

CLOSING COSTS. Live Oven and Range Carport down, $73 per month. $9,000 total price.
rent' free. Real nice CBS duplex. ,
2-bedrooms on each side and .
.you get furniture and appli!
ances. $GOO total down paymentand -4!f_ 3125 NW 65th Street
monthly payments are so
low the rent from one side will Like new 2-bedroom, Fla. room, 2 bath rooms, and
Pay It all. Life Realtv. 4932 NW extras. No qualifying, move right in. $500
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PAGE 14 SATURDAY NOVEMBER 10, 1963 8MJK) THM) WOJU U'ti
Picket At World's GREAT PROPHET
A True Lender
Fair Fla. Exhibit 33 Years of Experience ,
BIshop Hunter is well known as :I
Set To Mobilize
Negro Failure of state autnoritles to PROF. HUNTER
take fIt
any action to protect
.
Negro citizens who have faced you are sick, worried or in :. r
; Intimidation and violence In St. I troubled this is the place to come ;
Buying Power Augustine and other Florida Don't stay in the rut, push back yd ,
cities result In picketing of I the veil) of bad luck that seems
the state's exhibit at the World's to hold you in your track, and H
The National Association for Fair in 1964. advance forward by the help of k ; t
the Advancement of Colored A I God under the leadership of '1
Long SeeksReelection special commltee representing Prof. Hunter
People and other civil rights who has 35 yearsof
to NAACP branches in experience in spiritual and
organizations are "prepared _
Florida's largest cities has pro- occult science. Make
mobilize the Negros consider- To your home .
able purchasing power In the posed that unless corrective happy. He will show you how
fight for jobs and freedom," CommissionCounty action is taken immediately, the to bypass your enemies and get the things that life demands
Florida State N A A CP in for '
NAACP Executive Secretary )011. COllie one\ come all. IIea "K meeting every Wednesday -'
cooperation with
Roy Wilkins told top advertls- the national at the SJlrltual Temple 01 Zion t' Inc., 5-117 8mh 8t-
NAACP Executive Secretary Comissloner Hugh- organization will picket the hest 1I0Ily\\"ool. FIll. 1:10 V.m.
Ian Florida exhibit.
Long squelched rumors
1963 eastern conference of the
1 American Association of Adver- that he will run for sheriff Repeated appeals to city offi-
tising Agencies here Friday, when he stated he will definitely cials and county law enforce-
Nov. 8.Moreover. seek re-election to one of the ment officers In St. Augustine
1I nine new county-wide com concerning harassment and arrest -
the NAACP leader mission seats."I of dimonstrators, have been
said, "the Negro public in 1963Is ignored. In addition certain
more responsive than ever want to clear up any Juvenile demonstrators
were
to the call to extend economic stories that I am going to run declared delinquent because
pressure In pursuit of legiti- for the sheriff's office," Long they would not relinquish their

mate goals arid aspirations. said.The constitutional right to protest
Negroes are equally responsive South Dade commissioner -' peacefully against racial dlsI -
to those products and com- I crimination.
panies which indicate in their also pointed out that con- In light of this, the NAACP
advertisements and policies trary to much of the recent "has no other alternative than

their desire to" cultivate the pre-election publicity for the to continue its protest by expanding -'I 5417 S.W. 17th Street W. Hollywood, Florida

Nergo market. GRC amendments, he Is not demonstrations" Into 1 mile east State Road 144 3,miles west of Hallandale on
r Mir. Wilkins was one of four against the idea of a nine-man Saunders most effective, NAACP areas Florida, Robert W. North side of the road. Office hours 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday
panelists discussing "The Ex- Metro commission. secretary, stated field 1 to 3 p.m. Licensed by State' and County! Readings daily.
panding Negro Market and Its I
Importance Methods to ,
4'' Reach It. "Others on the panel
included John H. Johnson, pre- .. -- ....


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concerned said about are fobs"Increasingly and Im- week It could' be you!

age. They like to spend their .
money where Negroes can get /"r' ,......
employment and with busi-
f ,
nesses which do not distort the WZA4Yi> WAY % YRN
': 7'Sr, : :' :w'+h .
> ; s"'IJWi "?;: .x
either g3s ;
Negro Image -by Ignoringthe
existence of Negroes or

i utilizing travals. Increasingly unacceptable, they por-are 4:. '
i' ;i. *
t I making their desires known, :
preferably: In conferences and :. : -i:
negotiations, that is why I amt
here today, but if need be, on ; *
the pocket line, where I may be i1 ; .
tomorrow. The pursuit of new __
job opportunities extends also _
into the offices of advertising
agencies.

The NAACP, he told the advertising ., .' i! r!} i>3o r s4x 'sl s C 'yjiaad..a'n+YAl44.;.

agencies' officials, Mrs. Barber Barnett Qeoree Burn Inez Butler Veronica Butler
does not set quotas or advocatethe 1322 N. W. 63 Terrace 2338 N. W. 55 Terrace 3029A N, W 27 Ave 1034 N. W. 50th St.
lowering of reasonable
standards. However he pointed yrY r
out, the NAACP "rejects
tokenism in employment as in I
other areas. . The answer is ;? rjjVi4
a thoroughly nondiscriminatory -
policy in employment and
promotions based on indivi-
dual merit.
[
"A measurable Increase in
job opportunitiesfor Negroes \] I "S
redounds to the benefit of the k
total It does * ? g ii
economy. not mean 1 ;;
fewer jobs for white personsOn %
the contray, It means more sArrY
( jobs for the whole community. i: "-Lq. ,:-:<
Negroes do not enjoy a repu- Geralyn Bynam Frances Cherry LuVern Guen Lee Hicks
tation as hoarders of money. 2625 N. W. 55th St. 12219 S. W. 218 Street 10830 S. W. 22Ut 2780 N. W.43rd Terrace #5 .
They spend perhaps a larger
share fo their income than do - ,. 0.....,.
similarly situated white per- \ o-7Aoyr.
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HAPPENINGS IN OUR SCHOOLS f SATURDAY.. NOVEMBER,. 16, 1962. PAGE 15 I
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Re-Evaluation Begins Booker Washington" take on tho North Dade Thunderbirds various seasonal league J

of Opa-Locka Stadium. .'DoI games are In tho midst of activities Presents Social
Al B.T.W. MondayAfter Tuesday, November 12th, at 7:0: I not miss the Mighty Tornadoes in now. Each team is try-

P. M., Little School IV of the 7th t action! ing to reach top place in orderto Drama

a full year ot'seltstudy grade class were guest at the Dixie The Booker T. Washington receive certificates in that

and practicum activities in 1002-63, Park Branch of the Miami Public Marching Band will march on the particular sport. Last week's "We're all Guilty," a three-
by teachers students and administrators Library. These students viewed streets. games for the 5th and Gth act play for today by James
of B.T.W., the many prep films on the lives of George Wash Students are reminded that the grade boys were as follows: Reach will be presented!: by the i
arations made for the upcoming ington Carver and Booker T. Wash Booker T. Washington Library is The Colts defeated the Mustangs Northwestern Thespians on
revaluation of the school have Ington.. Because of the appearance opened four days a weeks until 13-C; the Hawks heat the Nov. 10 at 8:15: p.m.
ended. How Booker T. Washington of Dade Dr: Joe hail, superintendent 0:00: P. M. and for a quiet place to Eagles 45-7; the Bulls beat the This honest realistic play
is meeting the standards of an of CoUntY Public Schools at study, they are welcomed to the Redskins 19-6 and the Hawks: I. takes a serious! penetrating
A-rated school will be told as that theP.T.A. meeting, the usual film school's library. defeated the Vikings 10-5. Each look at one of the most Insid-
crucial moment nears. Monday viewing was postponed until Wed The Lyceum classes attended the afternoon you will always finda ious and baffling problems of
nesday November
November IBth will be the first 20th, youngsters dress number of
rehearsal of the University large rooters our present day American So-
along with
of a three-day visit by the re-evalu- Saturday, November parents are invited. of Miami's Concert Orchestra at watching and cheering their ciety: The problem of juvenile
ation committee. These commit- grade students will 16th, 80 7th the Miami Beach Convention Hall, team on to victory.The delinquency.
teemen are educators and will take a field
be Saturday, November Oth. third and fourth
trip Parrot grade Gary Durant (Charles Williams -
keen in Jungle.
observing all Among
aspect: of future Monday was Parent-Teacher Con. boys under the supervision of
school life. the field trips planned for I ), is the son of well-to-do
7th grades arc: A visit to Home- ference Day. The organizations James Ferguson, are coming parents, and at 17 Is under indictment -
What fxactly, Is re-evaluation? stead Airforce Base, the Coast that help to assist and register the along tremendously in their for a brutal and callous -.
Periodically a committee is selected Guard Station, and other places of parents are: Tho Girl and Boy league play. They arc being crime that has resultedin
to visit schools. It is their interest. Mr. Bert Kleiman is the Counselors, Host and Hostess, Stu. taught fundamentals and the Injuring of one girl and
purpose to observe the school in assistant princnpal for Curriculum dent Council, Future Teachers of kills, and enloy very much the crippling for life of an
each America and the
phase or activity. They will for 7th grade. Courtesy League. trying to ou>i score their class- other. Now in Juvenile court,
visit classrooms: stop students Barents were given a newsletter
in
where the action of the
I mates.
the hall and ask questions about The mighty Tornadoes! defeated prepared for the occasion. play
the school. They will the Mays Rants of Goulds by a Booker T. Washington High School The fifth and sixth grade takes place: Sylvia Frazier
view the
girls nearing the close of (Selena Forbes,) nn enlightened -
of 1413. are
school's ,,plant and determine how score This is the third will be re-evaluated on November
Well Booker T. Washington is game that the Tornadoes has won 18-20. This evaluation will determine volleyball season and the and compassionate judgeIs

ing the resources at hand.It Us- for the football season. They will whether or not Booker T. Thunderbirds are still in top ...."conducting.'_I"H." ."the,.... _hearing..,_ ......that._\..
Vnshlnirfnn n .___ will..___ _remain_...__.. _a tnn._ *.nfn,1school ........ place. will uuii'uuiiiujtiy p jjuiusiiment. -
is not a time to put on an act, Students are ask dto boon Third and fourth grade girls .
but a time for students their best arc still having Junior new- What will it II/}? Be In the
to be on Charles Brown, Samuel 0. Cohen, behavior in classrooms -
their' best behavior Alvis Corum, Mrs. Carrie Pittman in the halls, etc., and to comb and other lead-up gamesto Northwestern auditorium Tuesday -
The community is not left out Davis, Brother Keric Dever, Mrs. know all facts about the school. volleyball. The night to is find follows out.
?f.i\h nttalr. At the end of the Genevieve F. Donaldson, Mrs. Net. First and second grade girls cast Dan: ns Boland, : (WI1-
Wednesday evening, a meet. tie Cook Dave, Mrs. Annette M. enjoyed a Hallowe'en treat Sergeant
Ing will be held in the school Sister .tTlTJr: ..1"" ''''JJfJI':1.n': ..IT.lI..ITiT".I1'I'D last bert Ilolloway); Sylvia Frazier
au- Espy, M. Florine, James Thursday, sponsored by (Selena Forbes); Elsie! Rogers
ditorium. The public will be able Gardener Russell Handy, Sal In. Miss Eileen Carter and Miss
Cliett Mnrtin Train
HANNAH (Sharon ),
;
MOTELDAY
to
hear the Gilbert
committee
tell the glese, L. Johnson Sister Marva Bannerman.: Last week's Connell
(Larry Rogers); Tyler
school what is needed and what Mary Joseph, Leander Kirksey, tournament for 5th and 6th
sou.ld.be WEEK OR (Michael Graham: Khvood Durant
done Everyone is in.ited Sister Agnes Louise, Mrs. Genevieve grade girls was a basketball : (Herman Sands): Florence
\ to come out? in Jarge numb'rs Lowe, Mrs. Evergreen Mur OVERNIGHT ROOMS throw contest. The winner Durant (Dlann OrumblovV:

port. and hear .the committee re- Pittman. Leedell Neylandl Herman 631-45 NW 32nd St. were Annie R. Hines, first Gary Durant (Charles Wil-
The visiting Brother d, Thom place Winifred Kemp, second liams); Betty .To Kelton (Vera:
be evaluating committee the who will as Sands, Mrs. Sarah M. Stewart, Phone 635.4643 Deborah RIgdon third place. Mashack); Tom Kelton (Milton
school
during Miss\ Dora Steiner, Dr. C. U. Smith,
Next week's contest will bea Louise Kelton (Maria
Coffee)
November 18, 19 and 20, are: Mr. Sister Ann Thomas, Earl A. Wells, Lovett Hutcheion, Mgr. :
softball thow. Frank (Al-
w. C. Combs, coordinator; Manatee Arthur Williams, Charles D. I Any questions Holmes); Hnggerty
indf concerning our recreation vin Bruton) Ruth Hngcprty,:
If program ;
fif Dr. L. Sister
Icr5an? L. Boy- Wyche, Mary Laurenaz, Sister
tin, Brooks, Mrs. Maurice. .. ,: will be kindly answered (Carolyn Bailey); May Hag-
Mae Mary .IT".II:11'.11:.II.Jf.r.1nnl':1'r:1l'Jr.:1rJ: !:
by any of the recreation staff gerty (Sandrel Jones); Margaret -
or by the Center Director E. Shaw (Mildred Peters);
W. Cambridge. Wilma Shaw (Hlchclo Jones);
G. W. CARVER James W. JohnsonJames Is Adult basketball players: The nnd Johnny Shaw (Arthur

rite G. w. Carver Eelmentary Whitney Young fall league will start In December lumes.)
W Johnson For The play Is being directed by
monthly P T A meetIng Elementary at North Dade Center.
Will be held Monday, Nov. 18 School i.s observing American Edu- Information contact Mr. Cambridge Mr. Thomas Paplno.
at 8:00: p.m., in the school cafe-, cation Week November 10 to 16. Equal OpportunityDay at NA 1-1210 or CE Advance admission is 50
torium. Business of Importance Parents and teachers attended 8-1350. cents, nt the door $1.00.
will be I from nialcah at Miami .
discuSSed a program
we will hear At this time Northwestern Senior High School . __ _. ._- -_-_.._11__-___-
more about the I I SpeakerThe lain; H. Tnompson, paruamcn-
"Miss P .T. A Contest. All Sunday, November 10th, at 2:30: Ministerial Alliance tarian.
parent's and friends are i P M. The topics for the week are: ,
to be present and on time.asked Sunday: Value of Free Men; Monday fifth annual Equal Op- News'' P ,, k.-J ... ;.: ....&I
: Learning Opportunities For Join The NAACP !
dinner-an
portunity Day occasion
Mr Woodard Vauprht All Tuesday: Quality Teaching
a fourth ; ; .
grade teacher at Carver Elementary Wednesday: Balanced Curriculum; focusing attention on positive The Interdenominational ;;;;-,-;; .
-
/ attended the National Thursday: Community Resources; efforts to Insure fair and Ministerial Alliance will meet
Council tor Teachers of English Friday: Financial Support, and Saturday equal treatment of all citizens Tuesday: Nov. 10 at 11 a.m. at
October 18-19, ,in Sarasota. The, : Goals for Tomorrow.Our I will be held Saturday, Nov. 23, the Mt. Zion Baptist Church.
theme of the convention at the Everglades: Hotel. The devotional message will be 1'1iibAH11
""Humanities In the was program is as follows: Monday II presented by the Rev. Ran-
Schools. the lrlvo e'1U''fIl1l3'-YOU may
Parent-Teacher Conference Sponsored locally lty
: of the
This topic was discussed ; dolph Thompson, pastor
Charles Keller of New York.by Dr. Tuesday, 8:30: P. M.: Mr. A. C. Greater Miami Urban League, Brownsville Baptist: Church. hurt ono of my client
Isabelle: S. Block, speaker; Tuesday at 6:30P. : EOD is proclaimed nationally
Alice Blue, principal M., "Visit Your School," Open by President Kennedy with Plans are being continued for CAUL W. IUNAt41H
Shipp, reporter. House; Wednesday, 8:30: P.M., Of- full support from Miami Mayor the installation of officers, to
fleer Steve Marshall, speaker; Robert King? high The event bo held in December. The officers Business J\I rn'* Assuranee
''Rainbow' Thursday: 8'30: A. M., Miss Gloria annually marks the anniversary to be Installed arc: Company
Park Humes, speaker; Friday: 8:30: A.M., of President Lincoln's Rev. E. T. Graham, president -
Arithmetic For Today was the Mrs. Ora Hayward speaker; FrI- 'amous Gettysburg Address. : Theodore Gibson 1st vice; 0301 N.I2. Ctli Avenue
Rainbow Park Elementary day: 11:30: A. M., Parent-Child Luncheon. Guest speaker at the dinner A, Hall, 2nd vice; William Savoy -
School's theme for ours P. T. A. The monthly P.T.A. meet will hp Whitney M. Young Jr., secretary,"' E. Hutchinson, Miami Hlions MU 821831'alnfPM :
program on Monday 'riifht we ing' will be held in the Library of executive director of the National .Tr., trcntUf'eri; II. C. McDowell -
were academically entertained the school on Tuesday, November Urban:: League Formerlythe dean; P. L Smith, chap-
by each grade )2th) at 6:30: P. M. All parents are dean of Atlanta University ,
First Grade Working with urged to be present. The meeting School of Social Work. Young "
own* Trent inm or
'
Numbers from one to five. Is starting early because the faculty i.s, presently serving on a number -
Second Grade Operation of is initiating monthly study classes of the President's youth, RUPTURE PILES
Seven. la Reading and Arithmetic. Parents and welfare committees.
!social;
Third Grade Operation of have often inquired as to how
BJj Ten. they may better help their children James Whltenead, Greater Ilrrtnl DlVnrlrom. ,. Vrlna, I-ro.
Fourth Grade Sets and in these areas. The principal and Miami' Urban League execu- ,'a--No, tot llm "--Pfcrnnl Tm."
Finding Pattern! I teachers finding that these parents tive director, announced that a- Von Correction of llnpttirp.' Itrriurfiig

Firth and sixth grade In were interested, decided to set up ward would be presented at niood-Urino Tests 1)11. IXWfl'H PUN'IP
the classes with the hope that all the dinner to organizations! and
sum.... Education- I parents will attend these classes. individuals fostering the causeof IMS 8.W. Jut Bt,-I'll 3-2718' A general! health service,
-- -
umDers brotherhood. Chairman of r
of
are Importance
growing -
and our Children of the Junior American the EOD dinner Is Mrs. Louis
parents received -
Citizens Club of J. W. Johnson
information abbut the in the Disabled Glasser.
operation of numbers that will participated Voter- Members of the EOD com-

enable' them to help their children ins 9th.Parade The on children Saturday well, Novembsr repre- mittee are Mrs.Galloway Eddie Daniels Mrs.; Central Life Insurance Co. of Florida"VOUIl
Blanche ;
more at home. Mrs.
stinted their organization. Other
The Rainbow Park organizations from Seminola in the Allen Rutchlk; Mrs. Maude K. ntlKNIHiY COMPANY"
:and PTA than I Reid Mrs. Gaitha Martinez, and
would like to ;
parade were: the Boy Scouts, Hia-
of ATTRACTIVE POLICIES FROM
;'our parents and friends for Iran Boys' Club and the Hialeah Karl Bishopric, president MODERN AND
'helping us observe National I Girls' Club. The Parade startedat BlRhopric-Green-Flelden! Inc., $1,000.00 UP TO $50,000.00

Eudcation Week, an for making 32nd Street, marched down Palm advertising agency.
.it a successful one. Avenue and ended at the Municipal The Greater Miami Urban Whole Life Endowment Educational

Mrs. Rosa Lee Fortson, Park. There was a brief League, an agency of the Unit-
Principal program after the parade. ed Fund, is administered by an Mortgage Redemption

Mrs. Sarah PAT Kelly, presidentof Last Friday, members of the women Interracial from board all wolks af men of life.and Retirement Combination Hospital

School Patrol were efficiently in- facts about racial -
Miss B. E. Nixon By gathering And Home
reporter
stalled. Officer Hunt of the Hia- conditions in all facets of

I rah Police Department, spoke community' living, the Urban ALSO
Choral briefly to the patrols and student League strives to achieve a.
GroupeCelebrates body. He stated the duties and goal of equal opportunity for Family Group Plan

obligations of a Patrol and whatis Father, Mother and all Children Under 21 Year of
expected of him. Officer Hunt allWith these facts, the League
wished them much success throughout Age Insured Under One Policy
Sunday, Nov. 17 time 3:00: p.m., the school year. "SEE YOU engages in education community, consultation New. Automatically Insured Afjer 15 Days
at the Metropolitan1' A.M.E. AT P.T.T. MEETING." conferences, qrnl
Church, 1778. NW 69th St. Rev. :Mrs. Ethel G. Primus, Principal. organization and persuasion- REPRESENTATIVES AND BRANCH OFFICES
J. J. Williams pastor. James 11. Reddick, Reporter. trying to improve the working STATEWIDE FLORIDA- AND ALABAMACall
conditions of all
and living
Presentingmany choirs and
choral choral groups of great- minority groups and to pro- for representative in your city for additional

MiaaL Every one is lusted to Join The NAACP mote better understandingamong I information

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University In ConcertA PAGE 16 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1963

popular North Carolina -
choir will appear in concert at
Northwestern Senior High
School auditorium Monday,
f Nov. 25 at 8 p.m. and at Uook- OPEN SUNDAYS
er T Washington auditorium
, Tuesday Nov. 26 at H p.m
' The 3d-voIce tourlfjg group is
1' selected from the Ititger regular / -
choir of 75 persons The
U choir has been enthusiastically WI'G4SALEISUNDAY !
received at concerts in 14
states throughout the east and
northwest. SPECIAL
Sponsored l IIY' the Johnson C. .
Smith South Fla. Alumni As-
, sociation, the purpose of the WIGS at $59FREE
concert Is to enrich the cultural -

life of the community.Don't .. ,
miss the opportunityof
F- hearing this renown choir. '
k Tickets available at the M. Head Block
schools. Students 35 cents,I ,",
Mrs I. G. Pratt Wilder \:
McCall
adults $1.00.SI. Made and stand with
MT.\ OLIVETTE BIST.

ANNIVERSARY SPEAKER Matthews, To, Program: ,,Director, each.purchasoMAKE .

Recently received the Sarah Observe Woman's Day At WMBMFMRealizing
E. Blocker Award for meritor- THAT
ious service from Florida Nor- Sunday, November 17th marks the need for more
mal College St. Augustine. Her he Seventh Annual Observance of spiritual and religious programsin
religious educational trainingwas Woman's Day at St. Matthew'st3aptist the community WMBM has CHANGE NOW
Church 361 N. W. 17th St.,
received at A.B.T Semi named the Rev. Ira McCall
nary, Nashville, Tenn. Florida Rev. N. F. Clark pastor. Guest program, director. WMBM-FM
A. M.
for the 11:00 serv-
Normal College St. Augustine, 'speaker :Athalie devotes 16 hours per day to religious -
'ce be M.
will Mrs. Range
National!
and the Training FuneralNome broadcasting.
of
owner-operator Range Starlet Center
Wig
Women and Girls,
School For
Rev. McCall
renowned for her dedication began his: careeras
Washington, D. C. to community service as well a full.time gospel disc jockey
t She will bring the 51st anni- as her ability as a dynamic speaker.The in March of 1960 and has since 1079 NW 54th Street 751.1318
versary address of the Mt. evening service 700; P. M., foundedfhls., way Into the heartsof
Olivette Baptist Church, at I will feature A ,musical program all who hear him.
11:00 Sunday, Nov. 17. of with outstanding women soloists
r : a.m.
narticipatlng. The chairman, Mrs.
+ which she is the oldest member
Lillian Penson and co-chairman,
,' in service. Public is invited. have both Sigma Hold Social
Mrs. Agnator Nottage,
Rev. I. C. Mickens pastor worked hard in spearheading this COUNCIL THRIFT SHOP
r occasion. Everyone is invited to Actions
Dock Wants Refugee attend both programs. ProgramThe
. 5601 N.W. 7th Avenue
.. .... " Wros., of Rho Sigma
Relocation Speeded REALESTATL chapter will observe its Social
INVESTMENT 'Actio'r1a' Program Sunday, morn-I 346 N. Mimai, Ave.
Bill Dock, candidate for the 'mg at'the 11:00: service of the
Miami City Commission warn- APPRAISALSJ. Church. "'the Open Door. EVERYTHING FOR HOME AND FAMILY
ed this week that relocation of A. Summons The :public.. is cordially invited -
Cuban refugees must be pushed"to to attend this.program. T6p WE'VE GOT IT YOU NEED IT
1&99 N.W. 53rd St.
I save Miami residents from of, Miami's leading workers in
economic disaster." Miami 42, Fla. ,the field of Social Actions will 10 Cents and up

Addressing civic groups NEr ,bq .cited..1.for, their outstanding
throughout the Negro commu- .....,.--...;'4,6875'"v1. '1"" wdrka>,:AIovthje' "Sigma Man"
nity, Dock charged that the pre- IJldtj. jof, the year will' be named. .
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sent city commission has been I' : :,-,,.'1 r; ''t:
too lax in bringing about a fair .." Register your child now at
relocation program.
Mt. Aaron Progressive Kindergarten
"Many of our citizens have
been forced out of their \
some of them living on relief 1701 NW 69th Street
because of the lack of employ- "
ment," said Dock. "I'm all for HOT LUNCH SERVED
helping these poor, unfortunate I I <<
people who were forced to leave OX 1-2134 OX
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their homeland, but how far . WHAT OUR COMMUNITY LKADERS SAY : :
can we go? My first concern
'
naturally, is for the citizens of ABOUT CITY COMMISSION: CANDIDATE: Barbara Rolle, teacher

Miami. Mr. M. L. Bryant, supervisor
: BILL DOCK: .
"My opponent and other :: :: ,, "'
;/:; ;:::: :: ::
members of the city commission .
have been dragging their Rev. J. IL :,Voodloy_ says: "Bill Dock la my -i- --* -**-* *- g--v

feet in ahalf-, +hearted effort to choice for city
transfer the refugees to other commissioner In th.s Nov. 19 New Homes for Florida Living

parts of the country. These City Commission race. I urge all my friendsto I 3 large spacious bedrooms, 2 bath, garage electric kitchen,

J other cities across the nationhaven't I I! Join me in,Vlecting_ Bill Dock our next com open 3-ft p.m. Owners at: .
been doing their part. .
Why should we have to share m "loJ1er." .J-B( 9 1452: N.W.' :58th Terr,--with extra tot.
J1 1 most of the burden?. Something I II! 1911 N.W. 49th St.bedroom, 2 bath, Fla. room
'must be ;done and done imm&- 1809 NW? 41st Street with extra lot
Rev. W. M. Sims
choice
:
"My for
citizens.. city commissioner -
diately to protect out
4 : CASH PAID FOR LOTS AND HOMES 'I
Dock, 'a candidate in the In the Nov. 19 City of Miami election A
group 3 Nov. 10 election, has IN.. 11111 Dock, a man who knows our problems 2841 N.W. 43rd Street 2-bedrooms, 2 bath"' . continuously attacked his op- Extra lot, beautiful furniture
ponent for what he charges is and what to do about them. I'm pulling Lover '
a violation of city ordinance 9-A Nov. Need Money? See Baron, JE' 8.1340
on 19th. I
which forbids taxicab permits __ _
i to those who are not citizens
.) "My opponent is responsible Rev D. A. Bradley: "I am with Bill Dock all

for the hiring of more than 200( the in his 9 Ford Real Estate
1 refugee cab drivers by allowingthe way Nov. 19 bid for' City of Miami' Specials!

city to issue permits deplt
commissioner. I
urgo to support Bill
everyone
this ordinance. I don't think
this is fair to our tax-paying Dock by pulling Lever 9-A. A
i citizen drivers, many of them t'Rev. FORD REAL ESTATE SPECIALS!!
war veterans," said Dock.
Dock, an automobile dealer- Robert Smith: "I believe Bill Dock is See us today! We have over 200 homes to choose

, S served as president of Variety the most qualified candidate in the City Commission ,
Children's hospital and is a from
charter member of the institution race and urge all my friends in Join-

sident.his tenure ing me in pulling Lever 9-A for Bill Dock on
9 1-1855 NW 43rd Street $100 down $18 week
pushed through a change in Nov. 19th"YOU .
hospital policy which brought Nice house for small family.
about the integration of young

patients in hospital rooms. THE VOTERS CAN "PUT YO STOW', A. 2-1902 NW 51st Terrace $250 down.

IN GOOD GOVERNMENT NEXT TUESDAY Large 4-bedroom house Newly painted inside
Dugie's Guest House
BY PULLING :LEVER 9-A FOR 3-1121 NW 47th Street. Nice duplex- $600 down

The.house of, unusual rooms
We are. open Saturday and Sunday r

Open 24 ,hours 'NE 4-3851
,
'

Seeing is Believing. BILL DOCK . Ford :Realty ; Inc..W. .

See us for 'clean., rooms.
i) / r:i69 Street" f
54th
1 .N .' ? 751 ::711
Jamaica, Dugie, always 'a CANDIDATE I FOR MIAMI CITV COMMISSION S -; : ,,' \ I > "i ..
IV' friend : L ..
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