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Title: Miami Times
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Title: Miami Times
Uniform Title: Miami Times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: November 23, 1963
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028321
Volume ID: VID00729
Source Institution: University of Florida
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41st YEAR, No. 13 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1903 16 PAGES 10 CENTS
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2 Men Beaten

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Pres. Kennedy To Boards Death With Dsk



An elderly 1 man was beaten f
to death with a board last Fri-

Killed ill Dallas day morning, in the parkinglot
of the Seaboard Airline : j 4s
Railroad NW 7th Ave., and
22nd Street: I
The victim was Joseph Brad-
,. shaw, 70, of 2100 NW Third
Ave., a retired depot porter. Miami -
FLASH! President John Kennedy: today (Friday) police later charged James
H. Johnson, 48, of 430 NW 20th

was shot in>: the head and killed in Dallas.i Wounded He St., with told police second Bradshaw degree murder.came S

after him with a knife and he
with the President was Governor CoI1l, elly. hit back In self defense. Police

found a knife wound on John
12, men who serve without pay son's" face. r
on lha, committee\ Is H. ,T. Callahan -t Kennedy died in a FLO.RIDIAN'GETS
Carroll Named To ; business mahager of MEN II'IGIIT11'11 2x4V

Electricians Union 349. hospital' at about 1 A 35-year-old man was charged HIGH POST
Under the program the Flor-;I with first degree murder
State Commission ida State Employment Service' Friday, in the bludgeon slaying Dr. Alfred Edwards, assistant,
selects unemployed workers to p.m. It is reported the of a fellow worker. professor of economics at
Gov. Farris Bryant Ite trained: for occupations on I Police said Curtis Staggers, Michigan State, University has
announced appointment Saturday oiiEarl ; the' basis of their al/ility toj J killers have been ar 30, of 551 NW 7th St. was been appointed to the highest
J. Carroll learn the Jobs. ; beaten to death with a two-by- post ever held by a Negro In
to the
Florida State Manpower serve on Ad- Courses are taught at various i rested. four In an argument with Isaac I the U. S. Department Agriculture ,.
visory Committee. schools and are based on 1 Andrews, Bii NW 17th St.Wltnessc..q . ,
Another Miamian the needs expressed by employers said the two men He was appointed to the $15-
among the In the area. In some cases 500 Haitians Killed reported to work at the R.B.C. 000-a-year post of deputy assistant -
workers are trained on the Job. Lumber Co., 3700 NW N. River secretary of agriculture..
by Floods andLandslides Dr., that morning and argued His! appointment Is effective
briefly over a woman. Dec. 1.
Both began ,slugging away Ho will serve under John
FSU Alumni SupportsCivil with two-by-fours until An- Baker, assistant 'secretary of
I The Punlic Health Department drews struck Staggers in the agriculture for rural develop-
In Port Au Prince reported head. lie died Thursday evenIng ment and conservation.The .
that about 500 persons were in Jackson Memorial Hospital 42-year-old professor,
'
Rights' Protests .. killer! In Haiti last' Thursdayand ,.police 'reported .. was born In Key West. Fla. and ..1,
Friday, by floods and landslides .Andrews was held .without, graduated from Douglass High ., ",1 ',. :/:
bond in Dade County Jail. there.
TALLAHASSEE Florida Thousands were homeless He earned his bachelor's degree << t
State alumni, went on record and the estimated damage In CHARLAYNEHAS In Livingston College, Sal-,
Saturday, supporting the rightof Federal Judge the millions of dollars, it said.A IslAiry. N C. In 10{ 18; his mas-
students and faculty to back bus was burled by a landslide BABY GIRLNEW ter's degree from the University -
civil rights movements without Rules Against near Camp Coq Saturday, of Michigan: in 1018 and his
political Interference. Ousted killing the driver and all 20 YORK Mrs. Walter doctorate from the State Uni-
FAMUStudents
The alumni adopted a resolu- passengers Strovall, the first Negro girl to versity of Iowa In 1058.
tion at the, annual business The department said about graduate from the University Dr. Edwards' father is Eddie
meeting which said studentsand 500 bodies have been discovered of Georiga, who later married a Edwards of Miami. Ills brother
teachers should be' free "to In Tallahassee Federal District so far and the death toll Is white student, gave birth Frl-// Ebenezer, Is a teacher at Llllio
express their convictions as Judge O. Harold Carswell expected to go higher. I Hoe CHAIILAYNFJ page C. Evans Elementary
responsible citizens, open to refused Monday to reinstatetwo
contradiction but without fear Florida A&M University

of political recrimination." students who were suspended ST. AUGUSTINE IS TARGET .' . "
Recently a group of 10 pro- Indefinitely following' their con. ,
fessors drew criticism from a viction for contempt of a court
state legislator for soliciting injuntion against mass rea cia 1 '
funds to pay the fines of white demonstration
and Negro students fined for Mrs. Patricia Stephens Due Tourist Boycott Studiedshout
breaking a court order regulating and Reubln Kenon the two,
\ racial demonstrations at a were sentenced to $1,000 fines
Tallahassee theater.Who or 180 days In',Jail each for violating Roy Wilkins, executive secretary -
.k;
the court order. Each
----- paid the fine. of the NAACP, during said 'segregation! ," 'segregation nett "really believe the things
his'visit here this week
,' are whistling the dark. he sayM1.
They were arrested Sept. 14
that his organization Is' "seriously" "Even Gov. Wallace of Ala. Wilkins
Vii when more than 200 Negroes predicted that the-
# and whites staged a demon- considering a nation- knows that," Wllklns said, Negro will not let up in the
tourist
stration at a movie theatre In wide drive urging to "unless he Is completely obtuse. struggle against segregation
downtown Tallahassee. boycott St. Augustine. / And I don't believe he Is." and discrimination because "he
The students brought suit Ina "There are all kinds of other He said that sometimes he is too aroused,and too consciousof
federal court seeking rein- places In Florida the people believes that Gov. Ross, Bar- what has been done to him."
said Wilklns. "We feel
can go
statement, chancing the faculty
has -
failed
S committee which that St. Augustine

.r them 'with rights violating their suspended constitutional -. to presenting live up a to visible is.Its" obligation symbol of of 4 Children Burned To

Judge Carswell dismissed the what America
petition and ruled that the Here to address students at '
faculty committee was functioning the University'of Miami in one '
: in normal manner and of its Undergraduate Student Death In St. Pete
that both defendants had ,been Government Lecture Series, : .
granted a' hearing before the Wilkins said I Miami, Miami ,
: f action suspending them was Beach, Jacksonville and Tampa ST. PETERSBURG Four ',';
taken have made significant progress I r ;
children left alone while "their
and even Tallahassee "has taken mother worked all night. suffocated Jackie Robinson 'to
r a. couple of little steps for- I K
l Nashville Banks in an early .
ward.Referring to the civil rights Side apartment fire Fray. Head 10 Million

.. Employ\ Negroes bill the NAACP executive said: The cause of the fire may .
NASHVILLE The three "A piece of federal legislationwill never lie known. Churchmen
Will be "Miss largest banks and two major not In Itself solve the racial The alarm was turned In bya
Inurance companies In Ten- proMems In the community. neighbor at 7:10: a.m. The Jackie Robinson. vice presi-
Fashionetta? nessee's capital city has em. Many local problems will re- mother, Mrs. Eleanor Brown, 25 dent of Chock Full O'Nuts and'
Shown above is Mrs. Bertha ployed Negro personnel In main. And they will call for who works Ina nursing home member' of ,the Board of Directors i
Sharpe Jackson a contestantfor secretarial and clerical positions continued protest, and continued -. from 11 p.m., to 7 ajn. returned ; of the NAACP, w a *
"Mis8 Faahionetta."' Mr*. for the first time, accordIng effort on the part of human tome about 730 aun. elected ''this 'week aa bead of a
Jackson.was born la Miami sad to a report-.of the Mayor's relations councils" : ;nationwide organization of ten .' '
attended ,Dersey.Hteh. and Be-: Metropolitan Committee on Hu- I'' He pointed out ,that, though Minutes before, bodies: of her million, Protestant 'and- ,Orthodox ..
thune-Cookman College. ''She is man Relations recently' released New York passed a fair employ four children had been taken to lajmeru
an accomplished, vocalist and Thft, report *:to the mayor ment practices law;ln 1945 the the city's Mound Park Hospital.The .I Beginning Jan" 1 Mr. Robin-
has appeared on many, out- covered the first six months of I NAACP has had to fight to / ? /
children
standing programs 'as' well as operation /Included previ-I!make it work.- : were pronounced son will serve for three 'year ,
local television.At ously released Information con I He laidthat as a governmental dead on arrival as president of United Church '

present she 13: employed cerning the desegregation of policy, segregation and ra- The dead were Indentlfied an: Men, a central department of
a* a teacher at Liberty C I t yi major hotels, motels and restaurant L cia. discrimination are, already the National,. 'Council, of
Elementary School. I l /?. [! dead. "Those who continue to fWe CintDRFX BURN page 4 Churches. .





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