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Title: Miami Times
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Language: English
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Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: December 7, 1963
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
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It's Time For Decent Southerners To Act :


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1KIUJJlllll9f o met K"VC1ttor i, told the bloody-shirt:: wavers : -
I of i Fldrida, In an address to climb down off the .. ;
at Columbia, Si C. Tuesday declared board ;
:!- of bigotry I 3
that the_ assassination : "It is time we started . Teenagers
"of. President Kennedy was ing and acting more l : .k.
fostered by. "Dixie battle cries Americans," the former ,
which Incite sick souls to vior- nor declared. .
lence" "Far too long we \\ .. Try Suicide
A climate of violence has mitted the! South's own : . ..:. I
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been created "the rabble- .<.: .
by enemies to speak for it. .
rousers' call to stand up and "we have allowed the \
fight" for segregation and mists, to speak for the ; at Youth Hall
states' he said one against whom we . '
"How long! are the majorityof South had to struggle t
Southerners going to allow towns and '
state capitals "
themselves to be caricatured much of the progress It was revealed Monday that
before the nation by these Clag- made. :; "' three teenagers at Youth Hall
: .{
\ tiled to commit suicide\ in recent -
horns? How '
School children many have to Sunday be dy- "They have done .i" : :. i ? ":,, "t. .. . weeks.
namited to death How many speeches on the floor of : _: ::' ; .- .,
: \ -- ... Juvenile Judge Ben Sheppard
In Negro.the leaders chest How have many to be presidents shot- anti-American gress which have diatribes ;;'I, Fi# ii. t 'said'ONoroly l they disturbed are among children eight who:
have to be asassinated?" some foreign hostile
tuactrd confinement
Collins asked.Introduced "They have done It to thelr by
_ national press and wrecking ruom.oI"We
by Gov. DonaldS. national radio and are caught! in the middle I
Russell, Collins, who is president such an extent that GRADS RECEIVE GOVERNOR'S CON- with nowhere to send them,"
of the National Assocla'tlon outside the South While Atty, Thomas M\ Jenkins, dean of the the judge sa\tl.
of Broadcasters spoke entitled to wonder if t \ University College of Law (second from
to about 600 persons at the annual might not need visas He pointed out that they'
meeting of the Greater through our region," ) Gov. Farris Bryant (third from left) con- hnvo been to a psychiatric
Columbia Chamber of Commerce said FAMU law graduates who recently clinic, classified: as severely
To the men and Florida State bar examinations. The trio of emotionally disturbed," and are+
the assassination of the South "who do not institutional
awaiting care.
President Kennedy and the their faces turned lawyers, left to right, are: Alcee Hastings' ,
happenings he had who have been In the ; Edward Rodgers, Riviera Bench ; and "Wo are holding them until a',,
cited are "the products of environments of progress" . of Indianapolis Ind. The FAMU College of snot! open) up somewhere. But
where hatred, has "We can talk about our there IH! nothing in view... ]1mwcdlntcly. -
been preached and lawlessness our local laws and I record of 80 per centof all of' its !graduates ." '1k +,..-.
extolled.. low standards of state bar examinations. This percentage
i Collins continued, "It Is time groes, but the time has : total number of ,graduates who take the In Tho three" Negrp 10 girls and tango have'
ngJ3 ft' m'.14 to
the decent people of the, south to move some fences." The other 20 cent '
per represent been at Youth, Hall from 31 to
:' the College of Law course but gr"dU-1' 07 days. They created a ruckus.
Sunday night, during the suicide -
practice of law.
I ,attempt by one 'of the
a girls! and are bad Influence on

r: a- I( Man Killed in Fight i other Shcppard children reported,' he said.that one-

has tiled to swallow hobby pins;
I :: killed and another TOUCH POOTIIALfj MUIIDKU\ : another attempted to hang herself -
skull In a A 10-yt'Ur-cld youth was and n third tried to dice: ,
; Street, Me-
fatally shot by another youth trlcutc herself by slicking her
Saturday. Saturday afternoon, during n finger In n l broken light bull

4)I 4)f in a Friday tou"h football! game snuahnle.: -Jackson/ Hospital's Institute'
was Ilooscvelt Roland Sander, of 02,10: NW can keep} such cases: only a few
of 17210 Duval 10th Ave, was dead on arrivalat weeks when there i li! room, he
Eddie Surrency, Jackson: Memorial Hospital ,
snltl. A new wing I is to bo addedin
a the head with a ot fi-25: p.m., suffering a chest January, South llroward
( is in Jackson Wound, Metro Drucu Mental Hospital! In Hollywoodmay
In satis perry, said. bo able to help.

Robert !Booker, 10, of 3110
41 of 10200 44th St., was charged with the
was being sought slaying
police said.
In front of A .22 caliber pistol was used 5
Ave., and In tho street fracas at NW 74th
-; '" pt., and 10th Ave. Derry said. I
EXCHANGING VIEWS -.Pr .ident Lyndon
son confers in his' White\House office with .. I
ecutive Secretary, r boy Wilkins on the vital : tt- "w... w .

civil rights. The new President spent,45 minutes : M
Wilkins in the midst, of a very busy schedule to -

viewpoints 1 with the veteran civil rights leader. 't 1 : ''J JII\

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.WASHINGTON After a : +o the White House by \ ) : {; (p I
45-mlnute conference with the President for such a i ,. '), : u
new President of the United The discussion, unusual I<.-.. ':. I"A' k': : R 1
States at his office in the ; length was .held in the y, "'.4" r.. .( ,. .I." :,.tr Mr. and Mrs. lfose'Ruslen,
White House this week Roy :'.of the President's '" 'fill. t': of 1
': i. v.c- Sr., announce the engagement >
Wilkins, Executive Secretary of crowded schedule of +1i : '. .heir daughter. Joan Frances
the ,National Association for the 'conferences on, both :1.d '.:. in Pvt Hosea Williams. ''Miss,
Advancement Colored tional ,and domestic .,..'1: Russell 1 JJ a graduate of North-
People, expressed confidence In In a news conference + western Senior "School,
President Johnson's commitment . his meeting with EDUCATORS'' AT BEACH Among the and attended lfamplton Insti.
to civil rights. Wilkins tute. She Is presently
Johnson, Mr. in ''attendance at the .13th' Annual Con- employed
"We have very great faith in porters: "Mr. Johnson as a secretary*
the President's attitude on cl-I.I respect In the Negro he Adult Educatipn .Association of the U.S.A. ,
vi il! rights," he said" . Wehave ,'nity for his very great at tho ,DcluvilleHotel* :Miami ,,Deach, Pvt., and Williams, (Mrs. Is Hartley the.son: ," WH-ofHPV "I
every expectation that out i, ties, ,and from, as Vice,the of the trio plcttirdd. here. Left to right: Ham of Titusvllle, Fla.- He 'Le\\
convictions he will emerged
of do his well own In this job." I; legislator' of a single director: of university field services a graduate of Andrew J. Gibson, *,
Mr. Wilkins was Invited by', a single section; He A&M University; Dr. Robert Randolph, ''0 ami High Planer School,,College Tltusville Pvt.and. 'Williams Ml--
the Chief Executive to discuss national, and faculty Springfield College, Mass., and Is stationed In Fort Carson -
the him civil personally.rights question He was with the figure J,"Naturally they ( : ) faculty member at the Gibbs Junior Col) Colorado. .

Jlrst civil rights leader Invited (continued on page A Dec. wedding is'pl nned.

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PAGE 2 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1963 3 Vie For "Miss rr:S .,h S

THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA. School Secretary"Mrs.

Beatrice Miller, Lillie
C. Evans; Miss Ruby Emanuel,
Mays Jr.-Sr., Miami and Mrs.
Katie Taylor, Northcontestants -
western are
"Miss Dade County School
The contest will be termi-
nated at the Secretarial Dinnerto
be held at Bayfront Park
Auditorium Friday, Dec. 13. ..
":':':':':';';';';';';O"' " " " " By ALBERT W. CObKEHe

MR AND MRS. GEORGE T. letic Dept. Is in the city recruiting This Is an original poem tried to give us equality-
Cash of Cocnut Grove celebrated football players for: done by Carl Brown, grade Equality in all men's sight.
their Golden Anniversary by the Pirates. He was once a 9.{ 13 Carl Is editor-in-chief of He sought to pass an ,Important -
entertaining their friends and coach at FAMU. the school newspaper. He is 14 bill,
relatives In their home on Sun- years old and is the son of Mr. A bill of equal rights.
day evening. Mr. and Mrs. Paul FRIENDS OF Mrs. Alma and Mrs. Carl Brown Sr., of

Stubblefield, Washington, D. C.,, Lamb, daughter of Mrs. Emily 2726 NW 59th St. This man, whose life was end-
and Mr. and Mrs. George Cash, Rolle, 1319 NW 64th St. are GREAT ed,
is LATE .
know that she sudden bullet shot
Jacksonville, arrived In the cityto pleased to By a ,
Join their sister Mrs. 'Car- recuperating from a fractured R Yes, he was a great man, Made the whole wide world
metta Cash Brown In the cele- lei N' He lived and let others live stand up
bration of their parents' anniversary too. With open mouths in shock.
The Senior Cashes are Mr. and Mrs. CAB CALLO- He swore to all the world
also the proud grandparents of WAY and Cab's'sister three children Blanche.are That to the U. S- he'd be The man who killed our president -
Percival and Paul Brown. guests of : true.
Was surely filled with hate.
MIAMI CHAPTER OF CORE P P, 4 He took the life of JFK
held Its Night of Stars on He walked for us, and Who's not just late, but great
for us,
Wednesday night, at BIrdland And did things others
In the Mary Elizabeth Hotel. couldn't.He NOTE: This poem la Indica-
dared to do some tive of the extent of the impactof
MRS. WAI/TON YOUNG Rob- 4 w even President Kennedy's deathon

inson entertained the Links, Inc.,, That things other presidents the American )'outh.-
at her home Guestat
on Saturday. Cousin.
the meeting was Mrs. Etheda -- I

Sweeney, formerly of Atlanta, I---- MILLER II I
Ga., who now resides In our I

city. . :

R r
attended the Alpha Gamma Chi
Regional meeting which was
held in Atlanta,' Ga. during the
Thanksgiving weekend.


Eugenia Williams and Gwen

Welters on their new positions. :
Eugenia is now Librarian at
Poinciana Park "
Elementary '
School and Gwen was recently .T

assigned as Reading Teacherat

Bethune Elementary School EADRON ANDREW TAYLOR

SHIRLEY SKEES AND Daisy Talented Eadron Andrews,
fn 1 A.Y'd
xFl" S sti
Dillet of Nassau are houseguests Taylor, the daughter of Mr.
of Juanita Matthews. These and Mrs. Fernley Taylor of I ( rc'
charming young ladies are en- Opo-locka is a contestant for {
route home after touring Mex- Junior Miss Fashionetta," for)
ico during the Thanksgiving Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority.

holidays. Miss Andrews is an outstandIng s Ry,_
student at North Dade Jr.
GET WELL WI8IIK TO: Ora Sr. High School and an active

Lee Haywood, Vivian Nesbitt memtfcr: of the Drama Club. I MISS RUBY EMANUEL I IMRS. I
and Frances Scott, all Dade She had the starring role in
County school teachers, who "Ginger", the latest productionby
are Hospital.confined to the Christian the North Dade Thespians.. L ? *

BIRTHDAY Greetings and Lily White Lodge No. t .v r' ti Nyw'

Best Wishes to: Marvllean 189 meets k
Brenda Johnson, Wilhelmina R
Berry, Abbie L. Brown, Jea- Lllv White Lodge No. 189,, t '
nette Goa, Twyman Owens, met In its regular meeting Mion-
Willie F. Williams, Mr. and Mrs day, Nov. 25, at 8:30: p.m. with
Ulysses Harris, Mr. and Mrs.
our president Mrs. Eunice Dykes -
: ,
Ben Lundy, Carl Rhetta, Marcia presiding:, opening with the .
Lynette Grant, Eleanore B. singing of American followed
Moore, Octeon Cumberbatch, with a five minute silent tribute t
Denver Coachman, Fad e 1 1 in memory of our President '
Phillips and Luvenia Alex- John F. 1 Kennedy, which : ti.

ander. was very fitting in this hour ,
of Rrlef. I
MRS CORA WEST HOYT of After which the regular business -i
New York City is houseguestof of the Lodge was discussed :
her sister and brother-Inlaw, Lily White Lodge No. 189
Mr. and Mrs Daniel R. Francisof is moving onward and upward I
1221 NW 67th St. She is also under the very able leadershipof
Making: up Thanksgiving In middle panel are James
sister and sister-in-law of Mr. Mrs.
our beloved president ,
baskets: for needy families! gave Bowman, Henry Daniels Agnes
and Mrs Alonzo A. Fannin of and she has
Eunice Dykes
this! !group of community wide McCoy, Gen :\lIIhd. Fletcher
who makes
this city. Mrs. Hoyt, great plans in store for the
citizens! a great Aral of pleasure. and Mattie Blake.
her visits around this
Lodge in the future.
KATIE TAYLOR Foodstuffs wore provided
time in order to attend the
Bottom panel shows Viva
by George: Chez Milhct and
Orange Blossom Classic, is em- Gardenia Club MeetsThe Metro Sheriff T. Buchanan. Coleman, Sheri liiiehnnan,
ployed as an income tax techni- .. Charles Hadley, Genesta Sweet-
Pink Cornation Top. rou- .hOWNIargaret: New-
cian in the Taxpayers Contact Gardenia Club held Its hold, Kllrabeth; : H p e u c e r, Ing, Gee Milhet and Ague
Unit of the Internal Revenue
Service in New York City. regular meeting at the home of Circle MeetsOn Genrstn Kneeling,:, Clyde Banks Bowman
Mrs. Polo Boyd. After the devotion Miittie Blake;; Marion Henry, Charlie Hadley wo chairmanand
MAR. SIMPSON the meeting was turned .John Davis, Viva Coleman and Viva Coleman vice! chair
the Pink
last Sunday,
Many Arfv .
the president. Gary.Idle man
visited his niece Victoria Simpson over to
thoughts were expressed Carnation Circle met at the
during the Thanksgiving by some of the mem- home of Mrs. C. B. Pitts.
Holidays. Mr. Simpson, is prin- bers. Plans were last made for Hour ClubThe Miami School Kids
cipal of the high school in which will There was a five minutes
in Dunnellln, Florida. While In the Christmas Party memorial service for the late
our city he was entertained at be given Dec. 21. John F. Kennedy our PresidentIt Idle Hour Art Club met New Yorker Mag

a breakast by the W. D. Donald- After the meeting a lovely was gulte Impressive.' The Oct. 3 at the home of the presi-
sons in their 70th Terr., home. birthday dinner was served by group was! happy to have our dent, Mrs. Georgia Rollins and Evans Some pupils at Lillle C.
Mrs. Ann Allen. Everyone was Elementary School were
the hostess. This dinner was president Mr. C C. Miller backon
happy to see each other after recently Interviewed at the International -
AMONG FAMUANS crossing ;even in behalf of Mrs. Evelyn the Job.Charles .
the burning sands into Greek- McAllister. Mrs. McAllister'smother three months vacation. Airport by Mrs.
dom were Hortense Jeanne was the guest at this C. Miller, presidentMrs. We had a lovely meeting and Lillian Ross, a reporter for the
Hyche, AKA, and her husband, affair. C. B. Pitts, reporter plans were discussed for the New Yorker Magazine.
Phalon C., Alpha Phi Alpha The next meeting will be coming year. viewed The pupils who were Inter

held at the home of Mrs. Clara On Nov. 7 we met at the bara were-Ietta Odum Bar-
GARTH C. REEVES, who .Brown 838 NW 66th St. International Tea home of Mrs Rhodie Culmer Laidley, Gregory Gill, Anthony -
has been quite active In settle- Edna G. Smith, president Mrs. Lillian Ferguson and Mrs. Ingram.Shinhoster and William
ment house work through his Helen K. Ward, reporterAnnouncement M, Wake were our guests. Mrs. lian Peterson's They are In Mrs. Lil
the board of At Dixie ParkThe fifth grade
many years on Ferguson Is from Chicago. Both class!
James E Scott Community made wonderful talks. We enjoyed The article
has been namedto Friendship Garden and appears In the
Association, our pre-Thanksglvlr.
current Issue of the New Yorker
the planning committee of Parade will start Civic Club cordially Invites dinner at the home of Miss and the -
Classic concerns children')
Federation's Ninth to come, see and enjoy, An
the National Instead of you Valencia Farrington.
14 feelings and
Dec. reactions
10.30 a.m.
Semi- International Tea Sunday, Dec.
Washington Legislative March 15-17. 12:30: p.m., from Phyllis 8, four to six p.m., at Dixie We regret very much to hearof seeing our beloved former
in the
nar School. the illness of President
Elementary our secretary Kennedy.
Fri- :Wheatley Park Receration Center" 340 NW
He jets to New York next Parade route. West 17th St., 13th St.Proceeds. Mr*. Mara Outlaw: who Is my*
day for a meeting and back on to 3rd Ave. South of 3rd Ave., In the Christian Hospital. Ware

Saturday' for the Classic. ,to 6th St. East of 6th St., to from the tea will l be praying for her a speedy lito out to Mrs. Jaoquelyn Ken

NIELSON !j 2nd Ave., to 11th St. North on used to complete the landscaping recovery. nedy and her family In their
of HERMAN the.!Hampton"Back"Institute Ath- 1st Place to 18th St. at Christian Hospital. Our prayers and sympathy loss. E. Tappen, reporter.

Assures NAACP St. Augustine: Rights: '

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In reply to an NAACP pro- The Governor's statementcame and dlsllko and of their pre to use his influence "to establish stine were arrested for the alleged l- '
test over the vicious climate as a reply to a letter from judices." a working bl-racial group murder of a white. man f
which now exists In St. Augu- NAACP Field Secretary RobertW. in the city . so that a line of who had been prowling Negro
stine, Florida Governor Farris Saunders of Tampa who In accordance with a resolu- communications can be developed neighborhoods fur weeks. At
Bryant last week stated, "you called on him to "compel law tion passed at the recent annual between racial group." the NAACP State Conference
can bo sure that this office has enforcement agencies in St. meeting of the Florida NAACP Earlier this meeting delegates pledged their r
month several:
taken steps to Insure that allpeop'e John County to enforce laws State Conference Mr. Saunders members and officers of the I full support to the defense of I
In St John County receive equally and not according to
the protection of the law." the dictates of personal like further called on the Governor NAACP branch in St. Augu- I those accused


Charged With Murder Montgomery

Alabama To Train SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1963 PACE 3

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Gives Boyfriend Dose police department plans to forma
3 -man Negro police reserve
Police Commissioner L. B. :

Of Cyanide In Needle white ley Sullivan said reserve and the Chief unit units, W.identical, would M. Stan-be to La Grace's Restaurant

trained, in police fundamentals.The .
A 23-year-old lab techician Nov. 7, Miss Rovers called chief said the decision to ). FLORAL PARK'S NEWEST RESTAURANT !
was charged Friday, with killIng police and reported that form the unit did not result THE VERY BEST IN . I r
her commonlaw husband I Charles Ray, 25), was sick, In- from any pressure from any
by injecting! a dose of cyanideinto I vestigatiorfr reported lie was source, but was made for practical HOME COOKED MEALSNow
his veins I rushed to Jackson Memorial! reasons.
Hospital where he died.A "There are at present no Serving
Arrested on a first-degree j post-mortem establishedthat plans to hire Negroes as active
murder Charge was Lottie Mae cyanide had killed Ray, officers In Montgomery," Carry out beer, sodas and ice cream
Revers, also known as Lottie said Miami Detective Andy I Stanley added.
Mae Hopkins of 4720 NW 16th Jordiano. Reserve policemen assist Breakfast Lunch Dinner
Ct, police said{ I I Miss Revers Is a lab tcchni-/ regular officers in cases of

_She_ denied the_H_ charge.. clan: at Miami Beach: ./ emergency. Your order prepared in your presence
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Phil Ossofer Says: Scottish Rite Masons New York Staite Kosher Danish SherryHarvey's

Hy GEORGE SAV1TT Duff Gordon Sake Taylor's
Japanese -
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"Why did God let it happen?' up

have asked this question -------- STREET
So many 5301 NW 17th AVENUE, COR. 53rd
in the wake of the tragh King Hiram Lodge No 1 Ancient -' Phone 691.9443OI'J
assassination of our president Free and Accepted Masons
I am sure>; that God could have was initiated and received . N DAILY 7 A.M. 'TIL 2 A.M.
prevented l It, had He so willed
its sheepskin warrant of "
'allowed it to
I believe happen constitution from the M. W.
because we have lost sight St. Andrew Grand Lodge l A.. F. *t :, rt.dY .
of Him through our hate and and A. M. of Louisiana, Inc. C\'"
prejudice vented on brother human q
working under the Jurisdiction s
beings. Thus, a tragedy of the General Grind Masonic f ,'.., r rr ,
which unites us through com- Congress A. F, and: A. M., Inc. I
mon sorrow happens, soften- Bahamas, West Indies and London N-w iH JACK'S MEN'S WEAR
ing our feelings towards one England. '
another, bring us nearer to God :
How can we say we love Goc M. W. Prof. W. T. Mead: ? Jr., + 944 NW 2nd Avenue
Whom we have never seen, :3rd} degree, Grand: Master of
when we do not love our New Orleans,. La., ill. Arthur
brother whom ,we have ',seen? Daley, 3'Jul: degree, past masterof Exclusive Men's Wear, from the top of your ,head to j

The full effect of this unspeakable New York and 111 Charlesi 'T' the tip of your toe including

tragedy has not a;: ".'., Hat Shnei Shirts Suit Tr.iunrra: Caps of
yet been felt, but we alreadysee !\
manifestations of a change,, r .. Styles and not only in America, butthroughout ";
he world. News t :" i:. ... ," BE SURE TO COME AND SEE US
Items and TV reports show ". rsnssaritrr e _. -
that thousands who usually F 1 _.. '
stay away from their churches .; w.
and synagogues have returnedin .. '# : ,,, : Grand Mater
and worship 1" ,..!" ;' I
earnest prayer
:: '.;. + mlng after the Installation: of
since the assassination. I '.w. ,. GIJ':'".
,.' I the elected officer:
'it' .:
amazed -
have been
In Miami, a priest said," Isaw ef4'tI :;. Wcrthy Brother Leroy II
faces I haven't seen in ;: Grunt, 11 i degree; worshipful
almost a' year." A Rabbi reported master; Brothers Eddie( Collie,
"There never have been ""I'I. ;, 14 degree, senior warden: Leon
such hours of worship this A r1. Gorce, Junior warden; Willie .1. Which holiday
temple since It was ra Hunter, treasurer; Horatio
"Methodist minister observed, .... Burrows, secretary; Allan V,
not In my lifetime have I seen Knowles, senior deacon; Artis greeting is older. f
nation i
this materialistic Perkins, Junior deacon; Claude
brought to its knees in such reverence Tlolfe, senior Stewart; Robert ,
and soul searching. I.. Delaney Junior Stewart; the firstChristinas
This last, I believe gives insight Willie L. Walker, chaplain; Alfred '
as to why God allowed Burrows, tyler; Rollls Tay-
that heinous crime to happen. AKTHUIl DALKY lor, master of ceremonies; Al- CardCordon's
vin Carter, marshal. iL
Having been shocked out of . PaNt ;Master
our disunity and heedlessnessfor - or
the moment, what next? If Rhodrlquez, 32nd degree of
Nassau, Bahamas were in Miami -
we are to live in peace under Gin? I
God, we must as President for the institution of the Jabberwork is in the air
Johnson said," . Put and blue lodge leading to a M. W.
end to the teaching and preaching Grand Lodge of A. F. and A. again Watch! this space
of" hate and evil and vio/ Mason for the state of Florida.A for coming attractions 1

lence. delicious) turkey supper
Accepting the assassinationof was served with all the trim- - ---I 1 Gordon's Gin was an English i

our late President as a warn greeting 74 years
ing from God, we must con-

tinue forever the vigil of prayer before Mr.J.C. Horsley designed ,
and develop an undying love the first Christmas card.TheCordon'
for all mankind. If we forget ,
and fall away from God again, JET TV CLINICHOME you today
who knows what He will allowto harks back to Alexander
happpen next? Gordon's original 1769 formulaforonedoesn'ttamper- c

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impediments even in tin Wilkins Sewpresident .,;
'pAGE 4 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 196;: cause, all minor matrimonial

case of mixed marriages. ; Hails ,|'; ,
between Catholics am d '
They can -allow marriages
Stand On RightsContinued ,
non-Catholics, and permit the children of non-Catholic ,

to enter Holy Orders. from ;page. \Wv:-ft;

Bishops in America may also say part of the mass ire skeptical of a man',*'<,wltha '
Southern background, he
II.-E.--8IG18MUND--- ---REEVES- -, Editor- and Publisher including the lessons in English. continued.' "l1ut..o". the ,t.>ther
hand, they: love Hugo\*.Black
REEVES, Managing Editor in the Roman Church and cer
GARTII C. This is quite a change (Supreme Court Justice'l'llfrom

Member of the National Newspapers Publishers A8 odatlonSUnSCRUTION tainly is interesting news, not only to Roman" Catholics, Alabama)." ; .

RATES but Protestants also. Mr. Wilkins stated tha he

ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00(( FOREIGN $6.00 Pope Paul announced that he would make a visit to< and the President had also discussed -
I the problem of discrimi-
the Land in January. He said it would be the firs
the Post Office nation in 'U@ said
Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at employment.
tEntercd at as Miami Second, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 time a Pope had been in the Holy Land since St. Pete: Mr. Johnson expressed the
left for Rome after the death of Christ. view that the job situation' is
OX 1-0421 important. This ,Was inline
Main Office at 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue-Phone very ;
Phone FR 3-2236 with President Kennedy'sviews.
Office: 1112 N.W. 3rd Avenue -
Downtown = ." ,''.\y', .
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" also asked) MrJ' Wilkins
Reporters -
The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead the whether civil rights) demonstrations *
world from racial and national antagonism when it human accords and to< HOMES FOR SflLt l Would be''.ended
creed or color his
every man regardless or race Prew as a consequence of the,' Presi-
legal rights. Hating"no man, fearing no man-the Negro dent's appeal for an end, to hate
belief that all men an ,
strives to help every man in the firm 1024 N.W. 43rd Street and violence. -
hurt long as anyone<< is held back.ExGovernor _
as .-- Lovely CBS, tile roof, carporte, Florida room, beautiful "I certainly wouldn't equate
yard. $12,500, $250 down, $77 month. civil rights demonstrationswith
Collins hate and violence, the
-1-- NAACP leader said. "
"Until the Congress of the
Columbia -
Addressing the annual meeting of 510 N.W. 50th Street United States gives some evi-
Chamber of Commerce in South Carolina, the for dence that It is aware, of this
Florida LeRoy Collins, who is now press Furnished CBS, garage, Florida room, appliances, | problem and gets away from
mer governor of of Broadcasters, charged washing machine. $13,500, $300 down, $84 month. < its 'politics-as-usual' approach
ident of the National Association I and from attempts to postponethis
that the assassination of President Kennedy was -0- thing into the year 1965. I
tered by "Dixie's battle cries which incite sick souls to see no prospect that ,he Negroes -
1160 N.W. 51st Terr. i will restrain themselvesfrom

violence No qualifying, 2-bedroom CBS, tile roof, fenced yard, expressing themselves in
A climate of violence has been created by "thrabblerousers < $12,000, $500 down, $87.50 month. whatever way open to .them.
for segregation
call to stand up and fight Also discussed, Mr. .Wilkins
and state rights' said Mr. Collins. told newsmen, were the vacancies -
,of Southerners the United States
the majority on
how long are
He asked, themselves to be caricatured before We have many homes for sale. New homes too! Commission on Civil 'flights,
going to allow See 'our ads in classified section of this paper | but without reference to candi-
the nation by these Claghorns? dates for appointment, ,he said.
How many Sunday School children have to be dyna For more information and to see homes, call

mited to death? How many Negro leaders have to be I Frontiers Selling

;shot in the chest? How many more presidents have to be LIFE REALTY
assassinated? The assassination of President "Kennedyand Christmas FruitCakes :

the other evil happenings he had cited, are the

:products of environments where hatred has been preached 4932 NW 7th Avenue I .'

< and. lawlessness extolled. r PL 9-4371 OPEN EVENINGS AND SUNDAYSWE The Miami Chapter of the
"Such actions are repugnant to most Southernersand WILL HELP YOU WITH FINANCING Frontiers of America are sell-
it is time the decent people of the South . told thebloodyshirt ing Christmas Fruit Cakes as
wavers to climb down off the buckboards :: .. ::: :: ::: :::: ::: :; :: :: :..:... one of their fund raising pro-
_. jects for charity. The attrac-
of bigotry." - tively boxed cakes sell. for

"For too long we have permitted the South's worst tKMI(KKK*f tMl rdK'CK K K r' hC !'Cad' (C QK LkI['!'CW CaK $1.00 and can be secured from
enemies to speak out. We have allowed the extremiststo r any member. ,

speak for the very ones against whom we in the south BUY A CHRISTMAS, present TODAY I George-.jUpatrlck"thltvAeglon; is chairman, deputyfor of

had the to progress struggle in we our have towns made.and" state capitals for muchof \ which will give your FAMILY the BEST | the hold sales.their The national Frontiers conventionat will

LeRoy Collins is well known for his liberal minded- \ XMAS present ever.FUTURE Miami the Beach Roney in Plaza July\',Hotel,\',!1964. on
ness. He is a man who is not afraid to call a spade a r Hr

r rr United FundCampaign
spade.More than 500 persons listened to the speaker. He r i
was introduced by Gov. Donald Russell. Clses, .

Buchanan ElectedExSheriff Thursday ,,',',

T. L. Buchanan, who resigned the officeof i The United Fund 1963, campaign -
sheriff that he held by appointment, was elected on I closes Dec. 12. Have you
r lolnpd in the support of 40 Dade
Tuesday over his toughest opponent, former Sheriff Tom r health, welfare and character
Kelly by a vote of 50,286 to. 35,637, a margin' of 14,649 rr r building agencies? If you
votes., t haven't and still want. to, call
Sheriff Buchanan must now go into the runoff with I EstatesGives 377-8801 right now. '
A corps of volunteers will beon
Republican Fred A. Phillips in the .general election on I hand night: and day waiting
December 17. to take your pledge. The 1963
Some 264,000 qualified voters did not go to the polls. rajnpalgn goal is $3,008,838.,

Maybe they cared little who was elected as sheriff. Of yoju) an opportunity to do this by | Campaign chairman; General
for not E.r; A. Evans, says the goal la
legitimate reasons
there could be
course many
offering you within reach of everyone who
voting; it is not compulsory to cast a< vote, but it is, an tos not been contacted will
important duty in the life of citizens in. any country IeH make a pledge.

where that right is granted. THIS XMAS BONUS 5f Last Dade's year 1,000, nearly mo population a quarter

This contest will be more a 'matter of form. I directly, from the 40 United
T. A. Buchanan will surely hold the office of sheriff. }"und agencies.-

Commenting on the election Mr. Kelly, who spon- From now until December 24, 1963 you S Thousands e' taro> residents

sored the Kelly 'amendment making .the office of-sheriff' put' only $5.00 down; towards your own KI' (ire help.depending If the 1963 United campaign Fundor
elective instead appointive said: doe not meet itQ 'loal. manviersons
"I feel like Sir Winston Churchill, after the war / acre of our good DADE COUNTY > will be left stranded

and the victory he ran for the House of Commons and LAND s vith no''other means of help.
in If) YOU haven't made your
]lost."I'm air share pledge, do';so now,
through. Maybe it is the will of God. Maybe t's never too late to'.help those

I'll live a quiet peaceful life and a .longer' one.. :Yes, DREAMLAND ESTATESLet In need. '
I'm through. Thank God for'that.' "'

1 Pope More GenerousThe us send! a. representative to see you g FOR ". -

Roman Catholic, ,Church continues to broadenin Call 691-5611 for an appointment aWe -
many respects This trend began under the late Pope OLDEN. AGERS
'' repeat This offer good only to December 24 *
John and ,his successor, Pope Paul, is certainly'. followingIn 1963 and we reserve the right to limit the amount f> Students of the Miami 'Dade
his,footsteps unlor College will present a
Appearing before the Vatican Ecumenical Council old Christmas Program, Thursday
bishopspermission to allow a tec. 12, 19G3; ,,4:00: p.m., at the
the Pope's gave
.ibertv Square Auditorium;
priest "to say mass twice on a week day. -priest to1'say Total Price 306 NW 14th ,Ave: :-f -
J mass'"outside of a church in special circumstances. E $825.00r6 The program,, will be under
tJ.r direction of Dean Charles
'Permits a priest to say mass In his,residence and. if talker and Mr. Leo Robinson

1 necessary, ,sittingdown.. if' $10 monthly from Dec., 26 on 'his I is to be a featured treat.
tme of day ... James E. Scott Community
at !
tprfeste may also say mass any .. ,,
\Bishops'.can dispense with, for a'Just and reasonable r>waaaraka aaaaiunr ,::.:ssr r.1\sa.axxsa.Mxa.: J.:,:":,a.a:. A The socictlon's public. is Golden'Age cordially. invited.Club;'

t' r-
rW ILr'.MaR

38 Hampton 0 .- -

20 10 North:Maryland Carolina State College 25 0 A TRIBUTE TO We learned our President
1k; 53 Howard University 8 JOHN F. KENNEDYA Our nation is.a mighty one
2 k 40 Delaware State 14 Henpecied up to date,
28 23 North Carolina A and T 0 day begins with IIlnt'f's And yet within our. country...
Virginia Union 0
And ends with tragedy lie
54 Shaw 8 A (lay like other days l It *+?mrd, A people plagued with hate.
1 ,UtUI with sunshine and blue! Perhaps this act will open eyes
I H Lincoln 6 skies, .a4b That Once refused to sec,
14 Benedict 0 A smiling crowd 'on hand Prrhapti this net will lighten
GO Morris Drown 0 with founding heart and I hearts
12 Tennessee A and I H eager eyes. Where love bad ceased to be
M Central State 0 Then throe shots rang out What will the future bring?
32 North Carolina A and T 0 That brought fear and sudden W j hope for things to turn
37 Southern 0 dread' out well,
38 Dethune-Cookman 14 For when the,. smoke had We ,pray for peace' and understanding -
14 Texas Southern 20 cleared I
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stars Tullis and Felts to l lead Rattlers


Rattlers Prep 31st ANNUAL


For MorganIt's ORANGE BLOSSOM . .

the rampaging FloridaA Browns and Dobbins by the
kand'"M Rattlers against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Bears of Morgan State Collegein The Rattlers will enter the I*' <
;i I the 31st annual Orange Classic with a 7-2 record, hav- CLASSICSAT. '
Blossom Classic scheduled for ing been upset last week 20-14 :
Saturday night Dec. 14 in the by Texas Southern. In the
Orange Bowl. Activities are scoring department, FAMU hasa
slated to get underway at 7:30: slight edge over Its oppon-
ent with 311 points for the
p.m.Although there was some I t;season averaging 31.5 per
doubt about the Classic when I game.A .
the University of Miami-Ala- host of Mlamlans will see NITE DEC. 14
bama game was switched to action for Florida A and M
the afternoon of Dec. 14, officials -' headed by passing star Jim ,
of FAMU and U If M Tullis, who played for North- I I ,
have worked out details bene- western. The Rattler quarter-
ficial to both schools. back was drafted by the Chi 8 p.m.ORANGE .
Morgan State making its cago Bears last year. Ernie
flrt appearance in the Classic Hart. is another Miamian via .
boasts an excellent recordwinding Carver High, who will handle
up their season with quarterback duties for the BOWL
eight victories and one loss. .tattlers. Another cx-North-
Their only defeat was by North ',vestern star expected to break I
Carolina College early in the loose during the game will be
year 25-20. halfback Bobby Felts. I
The Baltimore team has met Of course, the biggest Inter-
the' Rattlers only once, back st will be the running,: of '''
In' 943 when 'they gave A and Rattler halfback Robert Hayes. FLA. A & M
M. their worst beating 50-0. The Jacksonville speedster, :llbt1 .
The Bears will display a wide- tabbed the World's }Fastest "r .
open offense and are expected Jack has more than once dis 1 ,
to' make this year's Classic a played his running talent for :
free scoring game. A and M during the season. ;
In nine games this season, Hayes was selected recently by 1// Rattlersvs
Morgan State has 'rolled up 302 the Dallas CowUiys. Two '
points for a 32.5 average. They Jther Rattlers picked by the *
have averaged 211.6 yards per ,tno* were end Alfred Denson
game rushing and 115 yards .o the Philadelphia Eagles: and _
passing for a total offense average tackle Carleton Oates to Min. -
of 326. 6. ne ota
Coached by former U of Iowa The FAMU Marching Band
Ytar'Earl Banks the Bears will ,vill present two shows duringhe
feature the running of half- Classic pre-game and MORGANSTATE
backs Oliver Dobbins and lalf-tlme. Reserved scats, $2.50,
Leroy Kelly. - $3.50 and $1.50, are now on
Dobbins is the team's lead- ale at North's Travel Bureau,
Ing scorer with 74 points and Community Drug, Mary Elizabeth -
Kelly is in second place with Hotel, Grand Drug, Roosevelt -
30. Both backs were named in Savings and Loan Association .
the recent pro draft. Kelly was and Richmond Heights
selected by the Cleveland Drug ,

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in before Christmas: If you have a steady job Baltimore, Md.
and good credit you can qualify. Move right in.

Plus The FatnQus, '
1-1902 NW 51st Terrace $25 week

Large 4-bedVoom house, large living room, din
t ing room, Florida room. FAMU MARCHING BAND

2-1855 NW 43rd Street $17 week

Nice house for small family

'3-4001 NW 19th Avenue $27 week Reserved Seats $2.50 3.50 4.50

Large house for large family or good' for two I

families. .

4-7474 NW 41st Street $20 week SALE AT
3-bedroom house with Florida room.

5-4612 NW 16th Avenue $17 week ''NORTH'S'TRAVEL BUREAU, 1104 NW 3rd Avenue
t I 1.bedroom furnished apartment. No children. c
COMMUNITY DRUG, 6740 NW .15th Avenue
.6-3061 NW 55th Street. 3-bedroom home K .
$20 week. 1 MARY ELIZABETH HOTEL, 642 NW 2nd Avenue '

I' GRAND DRUG :3640 Grand Avenue a .
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Slab Bacon lb 290 Fryers lb 291

Neck Bones lb 150 Bologna 49


Bacon Ends 890 Sausage 35

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PECANS Ib. 39C Cream Style Corn 290 Pillsbury Biscuits 3-25*

CAN 2 for 2 lb. Loaf
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DOG FOOD 4 for' 29C LONG GRAIN -3 Ib. Cello L 25c
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Allen U. Takes Gold SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1963; PAGE, ,. ;: 7

Coast Classic 2218Over -'- t

4,000 fans saw Allen the play in the first half, scor- I passed to Harold for a 15 yard
University, Columbia I SC.1 ing two touchdowns in the I scoring pass to add to the Yel-
come from behind in the third first period and one more in low Jackets big third quarter.
period and tally 16 points to defeat the seccond quarter.
Bethum -Cookman Col- James Simmons was named
lege in th Gold Coast Classic The turning point of the game Bethune-Cookman's outstanding -
at West Palm Beach Municipal came when George Howard, player of the game. Winning ,
Stadium, Thanksgiving night. named Allen's outstanding team and outstanding tro-
After trailing at half-time player of the game Intercepted phies were donated by the $ .
18-6, the Yellow Jackets boltedback a Wildcat pass on his own Coca-Cola Bottling Co., through f* if#;%*;* ? .
in electrifying fashion. 10 yard line and ran 90 yards the Moss KendrIck Organization. *# %' *. :
Bethune-Cookman dominated I for a touchdown. Jay Israel ** < -n *

I Three Negro Stars Win SOCIAL SECURITY :S j4

*' ** !

Berths On AllAmericaNEW I. I v

YORK Three Negro y tlr.MIV 1r .$
stars won slots this week on the< Win
74th annual All-American lean Eagles Whip Aggies,, **-rM;
picked by the 567 members of; Many people provide protec-
the .American Football Coaches 6-0, For CIAA tion for themselves and their
Association. families through Insurance, Investments

Tapped for football Immortality ChampionshipGREENSBORO and savings. Gener-
consider these plans
ally, they
were Gale Sayers, Kansas
halfback; Carl Eller, Minnesota N.C.The carefully and know exactly
tackle, and Bob Brown, North Carolina College: Eagles when they will I
Nebraska guard. defeated the A and '1"' College them.

Aggies, 6-0, In the annual Carolina According to Mr. E. P. Blrm-
The No., one team was announced -
Classic here on 'rhanksI of social
ston, district manager
issue I
in the current giving Day, to take the security In Miami North, it is i
(Nov. 30)) of TV Guide maga ChampionshipThe unfortunate that many workers -
zine. It was selected by the
the con- IM
coaches' group, headed by Ohio Eagles scored one touch- do not give same %
the protectionagainst Gift
sideration to Whiskey.
State mentor Woody Hayes, on down early In the first period old death, and disability ..
: !
the basis of on-field observa- and made it stand up for the provid-
which they are
tions, scouting reports and hall game behind a rugged defense themselves under social FLEISCHMANN'Sis i
careful examination of 1,000 I :and the fine kicking of security ing for Because of this! lack
game films supplied by Eastman' Billle Shroshlre, a freshman information about social security -
Kodak. Walter Camp originated standout. right I 0w
the coaches' all star team. With the victory :and the here In., many Miami are losing benefits the BIG buy !

Sayers, a junior from Omaha, CIAA title went to North Caro- J each month,
Neb., was one of the nation'sleading lina ,College, also, permanent of
This is I especially true
ground-gainers in The First Taste will 1)
possession of the giant Bull- those over age 05 who,
Some of his finest momentscame Eagle Trophy, having won tough working
Oklahoma and even they are tell l
against team's 21- three-games out of the past nay be entitled to part of their! you why
Kansas State. In his four-year series and the annual Th
social security payments.
18 loss, to Oklahoma, gallopingGale touch- Keepsake Trophy, both given social security law currentl,; BLENDED WHISKEY 85 PROOF* 6SH GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS f.
scored both Kansas CORPORATION,NEW YORK CITY .
61-yard run, by the Greensboro and Durham provides that a person earning, THE FLBI80HMANN DISTILLING
downs, one on a
bottlers of CocaCola.The wll
more than $1,200 a year
and caught a pass for a two-
conversation. Against have $1 of benefit payment ") 4', 4' oo 4'
point Aggies out preformed the earned O'OO
each $2
Kansas to victory with two withheld
Eagles in about everything except and $1,700Above ,
touchdowns, one. on a 63-yard the They led between $1,200
jscoreboard. withheld foi
$1,700, $1 is
punt return. in first downs, 13.14, In rushing each $1 earned. However, regardless STAR MEAT MARKET

Eller, a senior from Wlnston- yardage, 139-yards to 35, of a person's annual
Salem, N. C., whose 245poundbulk and In total yardage, 210 to ICO. earning, the beneficiary never
belies his speed, gave one loses a benefit check for any 1520 N.W. 62nd St.
The Eagles out gained throughthe
of his best performance of the month in which he does not I
season in the Gophers' 6-0 triumph air by 131-yards to 83-yards. earn more than $1000. AndIf .
over Michigan in the yards. he Is self-employed, he 1* -+-
Little Brown Jug clash. Ills de- entitled to a monthly check tot'
fensive-offensive work In the Is not
month in which he !
game won him Midwest man of any actively engaged In his busi- THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE
the Week honors from United
Press International. Dugie's Guest House ness.Mr. -+-
Hlonston! related the case
Bobby Bell, Eller's former The house of unusual rooms of a married couple who visited -
tackle teammate at Minnesota, the social security office recently. Fresh Meat-Low Prices
was named to the AllAmerican Open 24 hour NE 4-3851 Both were age 05. The
team last year. husband was reluctant to file goo .ob r.ryioteio t! (. ,4'.,r.,
Seeing is BelievingSee because he was
for benefits
Brown, a 2G9- und giant
from Cleveland, Ohio, excelled us for clean rooms (?arnlni' $2,500 a year. After
season-long against some of considering his average earn- Finest New Homes For Less
teams. Jamaica Dugie, always a '''ntfs for a numlfcr of years, It ;
the Massive country's and quick toughest, the Big 8 friend 'vas found that their total 3 Large Bedroom, 2 Hath, Gnrng, KIrrtrir' Kitchen

Conference ace helped keep "monthly' benefit would be $15C Open 3-5 p.m.
Nebraska among the leaders In 1941 N.W. 47th St., Miami ') toO for the worker and half 1452 N.W.8th: Terrace'
total offense and in national r)f that or $.rA for his wife.) 1800 N.W. 41t Htrert extra lot
focus throughout 1063. Men they learned
could continue working at his 1044 N.W. 40th Street Fla. room

)resent!=: salary and still get 1033 N.W. both Htreet partly furnished

----------- -- W50 a year In benefits, they 2481 N.W. 43rd Rtreet 2-bedroom, beautifully furnished.
'immediately applied.
Some people over age 05 Cash paid for Lots and Home
Lincoln Fields Apartments octal security benefits in the I
-nave not applied for their Need Money? See BARON JE 8.1340 I

social security benefits in the _
2045 N.W. 62nd Street icllef that they had not work- i'L

Iftrt l lone enough to qualify
These people may have retlr-
Cool Clean Apartments ('d some time ago and were
in Our B
Living ,
Enjoy C
old at that Urn that they hadnsufflclpnt V
Offering Many Fea/tures work to Qualify tobe

FREE GAS eligible .was reduced. So
ome of these same people may
Tile Bathroom Refrigerator Ga. Stove low b eligible for bnefits. AUTO RADIATOR SERVICE

,Newly painted Venetian Blind Mr. nionston urged everyone
Rooms yh6 has, worked under social 1 Hour Service Credit Available
Washing Machines Laundry ccurlty and Who Is over age,:

Free Parking Auto hot water heater rt5, to !get in touch with his WHILE YOU WAIT
nearest social security office Come !In for free checkup
Free Garbage Disposal Filtered waterCARETAKERS Immediately for further Infor- 8 POINT SYSTEM I

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$14.50 1 bedroom $18.50 2 bedroom Apt again! Watch this space OPKN 7 AM. TO S r. f. WON. THRU BAT. ,

Renting Office open every day Phone* OX 1-8862 for coming attractions! 6200 N.W. 27th Ave. Dial OX 1.2221

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Title Tonight Johnson's' Shoe Store Sale

Northwestern will be play-
ing the Big 9 title game on a FORMERLY NOW r
familiar field, It was announced $3.99 $1.99 t .I ai
Monday. \
The Bulls will meet Carver Ladies' and
Paremore of Quincy, Big 9
Northern Division champ; at Men'sHandmade
Junior College Stadium Satur- i "FRI. SAT. and SUNDAYPRESENTS
day night, It was decided Mon- ,
day by mutual agreement of Shoes .
the two head coache.s.Coach r
James Wanza's Bulls $4.99 and
won the Southern Division For Your Entertainment
with an 8-1 record and a 9-1 Hare\ your shoes COy'w.:. .
over-all. Carver Paremorelast ered ; ,. ..'
work to match your ; ..\ \" : + J g
in title
appeared a gamein dressJOHNSON'S l"t\'* "' .
I960, when it beat Tampa >> . .
Blake, 26-19. The game has T
been In Tampa the last three 1 d: "'E t{ ..
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PreacherAt This coupon is worth $1.00 on handmade shoes : .

Guest KendallSunday .!.... ........ .... ........ ".......... .... :::.. .... .,., .... .... ..... ......... '

evening at 6 o'clockthe &. .1 u BIllY
Rev. U R. Ross, .pastor of '
Bethel Baptist Church in Richmond f
Heights will be the
guest preacher at the Dad e LIB CITY
County Children's Home at
Kendall. Pastor Ross will be Rolle
accompanied by one of the uI
choirs of the church. DRIVE IN TEA THE

Human Relations OX 1-7959 22nd Ave. and 69th St. r I J

Council To Hold I ; y ;. Quartet

ElectionThe NOW PLAYING !
Greater Miami Chapter of I

the Relations Florida is Council holding on a meetingat Human .w.twat' 14 !se!r ',:a t ve,+ erwl rSt -. Dining and Dancing to Your Favorite

the Washington Federal Music
Bank Building, 1234 Washington r
Ave. Miami Beach, Thursday -
Dec. 12 at 8 p.m.
Election of officers will be
held during ''this meeting, and I NO COVER
the public is invitedTO

Council i Is planninga t 1ka>>-aJ1)kJ1aaJolIItIlJtIt.IlIlJaIlIlIlIl: : : : JlII.JtIlJQJlJlIIJlIIII.JtJt.JI .
"Work Shop" in midJanuaryto St !. ACAPULCO.. --

the acquaint danger the of the community"Claughton"with M. THE ONE PLACE.,.. CLYDE KILLENS' KNIGHT BEAT

Amendment to the Metro Char- E iVis' THE FUN presents for your Entertainment Sat. and Sun.
which citizens will Ue ask-
ter, ,
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ed to vote on January 28. PLACE :
This amendment is being Nils .. GREAT
presented in a manner to con- Y
fuse the decent voters.If f
this amendment passes, Jt j
will negate years of work.'and Count
at one strike, wipe out the gainswe
have made. It has drawn iHALWSnocucm ,
the support of those who are
opposed to the improvementof
Negro slum housing. JJJ TECHNICOUm BasieAND

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. Big matinee Sunday,
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1700 NW 55th St. South Fla. AMEs Meet

PAGE 10 SATURDAY, 'DECEMBER 7, 1963 Rev. P. W. Williams, pastor
Mrs. Bunesba Green reporter"Ye

that love the Lord, hate
evil: He preserveth the souls of Here For 73rd ConferenceBIshop

hid saints; he delivereth them
k out of the hand of the wicked."
Light is sown for the righteous William F. Ball, pre-
of the AME
and gladness for the upright siding Wshop
Florida will presideover
In heart."-Psalm 07:10-: Church in ,
the annual session of the
11 South Florida Conference whichis ,

Saturday, Dec. 7, the Red meeting here at Greater y .
Circle and Sunshine Band, and Bethel AME Church beginningDec.

Jr. Usher's Board are sponsoring 4.Rev. .
it car wash at the church, S. A. Cou n is host pas-
17S\>0 NW 55th St. Members and tor of the church and Rev. F. 4

i.. friends bring your cars to be A. Allen is host presiding elderof ., t b
th M1 washed. All proceeds go to the the Miami district rCt

church. The bishop is assisted by w N91tl

Wednesday, Dec. 11th, at 8:00: other members of his cabinet ay4REV.
p.m., and Sunday, Dec. 15 at which will include Rev, A. A.
3.00: p.m., the No. One Choir{ of Williams, presiding elder, West
St Luke B.C., are celebratingtheir Palm Beach district; Rev. J. A.
anniversary. You the public Roberts, presiding elder North
are cordially invited. Bro. Miami and Rev. D. A. Russell,
foe Poole, president. presiding elder, Ft. Pierce district -

I The annual conference which

EPISCOPAL, Rev. C. J, Burney, pastor
HollywoodOn I Sis. Claudia Wilson, reporter, Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor
Ruby Handy, reporterThe
Sunday the church cele- Fear thou not; for I am with S. ..\. COUSIN
public Is cordially Invit- . Host Pastor
brated Its Patronal Festival with thee; be not dismayed; for I am ed out to be with us during the
Solemn Sung Mass and sermon thy God; I will strengthen thee; regular services. We will be \LTERS' CHAPEL AME
with precession at 11:00: a.m., yea I will help thee; yea, I will celebrating the church anniver- Rev. H. J, Benson, pastor
at this service the priest uphold thee with the right handof sary beginning Dec. 6, thru out Flossie Marshall, reporter
preached the sermon also there my righteousness. Isaiah Sunday, Dec. 8. we are askingfor Coming to tthe close of
was corporate communion for 11: 10. the cooperation of the mem- another church year's work..
the men and boys. We"are truly thankful to God bers and our many friends. We Salter Chapel l along with
for His many blessings. We hada were blessed to have our pastorto
At 5:00: p.m. The Patronal wonderful time throughout worship with us on last!: w, w many other A.M.E. Churches
Festival Tea. Participants were: .he day Sunday. Sunday, after being absent from 4 NM must make their final reportfor
Soloists; Misses Donna Neely; Sunday morning, in our the Church for so long becauseof the year In the Annual
Alison Clarke; and Donna Butler eleven oclock services we will sickness, we are asking the Conference, which Itegan Dee.
Instrumental Solo; Miss observe Baptism services. All church to( continue to pray for 3, 1003 at Greater BethelAME
candidates him that he may soon recover Church Miami.
Calpurnia Taylor and reading are asked to be pre-
Father 'ont at 10 a.m. and and to ask God to strenghtenhis
Miss Bernice Miller bring a p The Sunday School was very
Clarke gave remarks. Mrs. change=: of garments with them, body. much alive with the young

Elisha S. (Julie) Clarke, Jr., people, and a very high spirited
was the guest accompanist, at NEW HOPE BAPTIST lesson. In the 11:00: service we
the 7:00: p.m. Solemn Evensongand SHILOH BAPTIST had the honor of the Rev C.
Sermon with the Benedic- Rev. W. E. Sims pastor Sis. C. M. Myles, reporter J. Jenkins to bring the message -
A. L.
tion of the Blessed SacramentThe Stephens, reporter"I Rev. A. M. Griffin, pastor in the communion service,

Rev. F Jarrette C. Atkins, was glad when they said ------- with might and power. Choirno.
The last first Sunday of the 1 was in charge with Mrs.
Vicar of St. Christopher's Ft. unto me., let us go Into the BISHOP W. F. BALL, I
Lauderdale was the guest house; of the Lord." year has passed and our pastor Etha Finch at the Organ, Mrs.
All delivered the sermon for the . Presiding Bishop Clara Underwood at the Piano.
preacher. After the Mass the day last Sunday, the services -
women served delicioW dIn- ran high, and our pastor day. Scripture was read by: Is/ the basic governing body of Stewdess board no. 3 served for
I the
ners of turkey or ham In the delivered both me sages. His' Elder Turner. Text was taken the AME Church brings together I Communion. All visitors
Parish Hall. Our guest for the theme for communion services from the 14th chapter of St. ministers and laymen I are welcome. Remember the
"Hang Out A Mark and the 15th verse.It sick and: shut in.TRIUMPH .
day were: Members from the Sign. from throughout the South
Church of the Transfiguration, The Young Women Auxiliary,, will be Youth Day spon- Florida area. Each church con-
Opa-locka, St. Mary's Deerfield express their sincere thanks sored by the Sunday School, gregation will have one layman CHURCH
Beach, St. Ann's, Hallandale, St. and jppreclatlon} to the pastor,, Junior Choir and the Junior as delegate to the meeting. The Prince II. Mobley, pastor
Christopher's Ft. Lauderdaleand officers, members and friends Church South Florida Conference, Sis C. McKinney, reporter
the Rev. Father and Mrs. woh so wholeheartedly made It To begin this festive occa- which is the largest In the j "For not he that commendeth -
Lambert L. Sands, St. Agnes' possiable for them to contri- I sion the youth will take over state, and one of the largest in himself Is approved, but
Miami.BAHA'I. v ute eleven Thanksgiving the morning service with visitors the nation, will attract leading I whom the Lord commendeth."
Baskets, with cash donationsand
ministers from throughout
II Coninthians
from different churches In 10:18.:
fruit to the Convalescent and visitors from
state, many
ASSEMBLY the community. For their guest
Home. (We can never repay all have selected a out of the state are attending. The subject of the school of
Mr. George Savitt, Chairmanof we owe to God, but we can speaker dynamic they singer as well as a This is the last session before wisdom was, "The Liability
the Baha'i Assembly of Miami live thanks.) the Rev. William the General Conference which That Enriches." The lesson

was elected delegate, and Our Church Anniversary is speaker Washington, who Is a member will meet in May 19G4. was wonderfully dlscuseed by
Miss Olive Alexander, Execu- this Sunday, and our chairmanand of the St. Paul AME Church.At The South Florida Confer-I. all of the classes. After the
tive Director of James E. Scott her co-workers are look- I ence will elect nine ministers I school Rev. Smith gave the
Community Association, was Ing forward to your presence 3 o'clock Sunday eveningthe to the General Conference to : closing points on the lesson.In .
elected youth will close their festive meet in Ohio next year. The the absence of
alternate delegate to the through out the day. The Rev. their our pastor
1964 Baha'i World Faith Na- Rosco Jackson and Greater Macedonia i occasion by having election by ballot of delegates the services throughout the
tional Convention, to be held will be in charge of the annual Youth "Slngspiratton"and of Mr. and Is considered as one of the evening was most inspiring.
at the Baha'i House of Wor- :mnlversary service, at 3:00: p.m. the crowning highlights of this session.
shop late. in April, Wilmette, Come one, come all-dinners will Miss Shlloh Jr. The conference officially All roads will lead to 1752
NW 1st court Dec. 11 thru 15
111. be served free All members of is invited to come opened Wednesday
and former members of New I Everyone worship with us on with Communion and the annual when Triumph's annual meetIng -
The election out Rev. K. D will convene. This we
was held at the Hope Missionary Baptist sermon by year
state convention last Sunday, Church are extended a special this glorious day. White, pastor of Bethel, Key I are anticipating the arrival of
in Sarasota. Invitation to serve with us. Remember to visit and pray West. our Chief Bishop, D. H. Harrisof
Dinners will be served all for our sick and shut-ins: Sis. Other services included the Pittsburgh, Pa. There will
day( Saturday, In the church Thelma Myles, Cedars of Lebanon Missionary sermon during the be a program in his honor and
GREATER BETHEL AME dinning room. Call G90-7745 for I hospital; Sis. S. A. Williams candlelight service conductedby many local groups of the city
Rev. S. A. Cousin ]pastor delivery at home. Mrs. Agnes Ball wife of the will participate.
Thanksgiving Activities Nov. bishop, and Mrs T C. Kelley,
27, 19G3 by the Senior Missionary GRACE PRESBYTERIAN"God Conference Branch Missionary The public is cordially invited -
Society of Greater Bethel president. The Mission servicewas to attend this meeting.
A.M.E. Church: 245 NW 8th St. having of old time ST. JAMES AME held Thursday.The Please don't forget Wednesday,
Mrs. F, J. Hicks, reporter spoken unto the fathers in the Rev. J. B. Blacknell, pastorBert Evangelism sermon on Dec. 11 thru the 15th.

Mrs E.; o Sanders, president prophets by diverse portions Cooper, reporterThe Wednesday night will be given
21-Baskets filled with food, and in diverse manners, hath at last Communion day of each day at noon. MT. CARMEL BAPTIST
and groceries, and the end of these days spoken Conference ends Sun-
10-Bags of this year was fittingly observed. The Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor
fruit was distributed to the unto us In his son. festive afternoon following the
The day was highly Mrs. Christine Cohen, reporter
sick and This text appropriate for the
needy families such a solemn occa- sermon by Bishop Ball and
through-out the Greater Miami season: of advent, will be the sion befitting and was thoroughly en- the reading of pastoral ap.- I And he gave him none Inheritance -
area. basis for our Sunday morning pointments.MT. In it, no, not so much
sermon, and is found in He- joyed.As 'as to set his foot on: yet he
We wish to express our brews 1:1:2.: : the annual conference is CALVARY BAPTISTRev. promised that he would give it
thanks to the members and This Sunday we will have In session St. James "Is with- to him for a possession, and to
friends who! helped to make our annual congregational out" a pastor and technically S. Atchinson, pastor his seed after him, when as
these families' Thanksgiving meeting after the morning ser- I the pastor is without a church Constance Carter, reporter yet he had no child.
Day a happy one. vice. We will have our elec- until reappointments are made Behold my hands and my
tion of officers and reports Sunday evening, by Bishop feet, that it Is I myself: handleme And God spake on this wise
NEW BETHEL BAPTIST From auxiliaries. We urge every. and see; for a spirit hath that hh eed should sojourn
member to be present. Ball.Naturally, the congregationis not flesh and bones as ye see In a stranec land; and that
1571 NW 68th Terr. May each of us prepare our expecting that Rev. and Mrs. me have. St. Luke 24:39.: they should bring them intoBondage
Rev. Ernest Wlliams, pastor hearts for the coming of i J. B. Blacknell will be appointed This was the text of our pastor's and entreat them evil

What shall we then? Christ, our King.FRIENDSHIP ; to another year at St. James evening sermon. Although pnur hundred years.-Acts
say this the text of his
was sermon -
have both done a 7:5-0.:
because they
Shall we continue in sin that well suitedto
M. BAPTIST was very
that is not completedret.
grace may abound? God forbid. Rev. J. E. Jenkins, pastor good. job the occasion of communion. We have RO:; much to thank
How shall we. that are dead to Ruby Lee Carr, reporter and Our pastor did preach out of our Jesus for. Sunday closed
sin live any' longer' therein. On Monday night clubs his soul. His morning sermon, the last first Sunday in thisyear
. We,had a wonderful time on Services were wonderful boards, members and mlsslon- "The Danger of Drifting," was and many of our friends
Sunday. Our text was taken throughout the day with our Ionary hosted the pastor and most inspiring. and l loved ones of this, our
from the 2nd chanter of lie- pastor delivering the morning I. wife with an Appreciation Next Sunday at 3 p. m. our church: has gone on to the other -
ttrevvs 3rd verse. How shall we and evening sermons. Our deep Night' wherein gifts were presented -I church will celebrate its 28th : side: Let us continue to remember -
escape 1 if we neglect so great est sympathy to Deacon B. T. not only to their spiritual anniversary. This will be a each other in prayer.
salvation? The explanation. was : Smart and family In the loss leader but also to Rev. grand; celebration for all Remember the sick and sut-
food for thought. of his mother in South Carolina Williams, the assistant pastor members. We should also remember fn all over the land and coun-
Sunday the' No. 2 choir will and to Rev. Turner, pastor of I that the youth will try.
\ take the stand with Mrs.". Our prayers are with the the Junior Church. It was indeed .render service and they shouldbe
Gladys Roberts McPord at the sick> and those in distress. VIs- in the prevailing fashion I > supported, because they are Prayer Meeting every Tuesday -
organ. 'Come out and hear her' tors are always welcome of speech, swellegant affair. the church of tomorrow. nIght.

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Educators Attend

AEA Meet On Beach Nergo AUBURN, Ala. Auburn o .:' :

; University will accept an "un- YOUR FURNlTURtt

_ n_ qualified Negro student In 'i WITHOUT HIOINQ ITS BKAUTYf .
Dr. Edward w. Brice, director January because of a federal a
Adult Education Branch court order, the hoard of trus- ea co, CUSTOM MADE
$75,000 More Given tees announced after a closed
U.S. Office of Education, Washington door conference with I .eo' PLASTIC FURNITURE
D. C., was elected to the To Train Rights Gov.
George Wallace.
executive committee of the SLIP COVERS
LawyersThe The board said the Negro,
Education Associationof
Adult Harold A. Franklin, who CRYSTAL CLIAtHIAVY
the U. S. A., during the 13th .
annual conference held here Legal Defenseand ordered(l admitted to the Auburn LONe> LASTING
Educational Fund this Graduate School Jan. 2, RUISTANT
recently at the Deauville Ho- week received a commitment ICG f.) I. was not qualified because FULLY
tel. for $75,000.00 from the Field he graduated: from an unaccredited .UARANTIIDtlUU 4
Foundation in continued I college. sn r '
The former South Carolina sup- -
state educator was elected from port of its Legal. Intern Pro- "Auburn University has IN..r i i'. i/rtd' ..I
Region four, representing Vir- gram. certain admission requirements tumuli
ginia, West Virginia, Delaware, Announcement made which have been uniformly ALHMINOMxims .an UTI..ns. J
Maryland, and Washington, Jack applied to very applicant for CfSHIOttt
Greenberg, "
directorcounsel 1PEcwmNQ ,
admission: the board said AIR VINTII CALL
D. C. .. . I
of the _Legal_ Defense Fundcommunication "Th"PI It'rl1 District ('Onl"ths'ch .. III11111/ IN Pl.AJlTJO DAY -
Held for the first time In the. following hUUU' with s ;- to n( 1ill1in" vi': BUP COVERS NI.HTFHOMI
South, the AEA conference pre-' Maxwell Hahn, vice presidentof (dual who is not qualified under EXCLUSIVELY
sented Dr. Charles U.. Smith the Field Foundation, long the requirements!l of the univer- I
head of the Deparment of Sociology time supporter of the cIvil] sity House ot GreicheK WI 78011
at Florida A and M rights struggle. "If the order is allowed to
University, as one of the resource Mr. Greenberg announcedthe !stand, the court has effectively -
members of a panel of unprecedeted Legal Intern destroyed;; the conditions for -
top level television consultants, Program in August of this admission! established by the
educational researchers and year. The Field Foundation university In operating in accordance
authors. granted the initial $25,000.00 with the\ standards of
when the Intern Program was other similar Institutions." Give yourself a life-long
Edwin Norwood, director of started. Wallace, who "stood in the
extension services at FAMU, schoolhouse door" in an unsuccessful -
served as a member of the Julius LeVonne Chambers, effort to prevent Negroes -
planning committee for the con- honor graduate of the Univer- from entering the University (Jllrthtmai (!Sift
ference; and Mrs. Thelma T. sity of North Carolina law of Alabama In
Gorham, acting director of public School was the first intern. has announced no plan June'l
relations at FAMU servedas He has been jointed by others nose) the admission of
chairman of the conference who are and will be working lin. T''rank-I
press, committee.The under supervision of the Le- I I That no one can take away from you
gal Defense Fund staff in

AEA conerence followed carrying out the full responsibilities ...-..-..-..-.--..-..-..-.---.-- I
the 19G3 annual meeting of of a civil rights attor I ONLY lO.oo DOWNAND
the National Association of Pu- STOP! LOOK! READ! $
l/lic School Educators (NAP- Greenberg pointed out
SAE) at the Deauville Hotel. that there is a dire need for Jabberwork is in the air

In attendance at both meetingswere civil rights attorneys in deep again! Watch this START NOW!
several prominent Negro south states. The Legal Interns, apace
leaders in adult education. after apprenticeship in the for coming attractions!
Fund's New York City headquarters -

Among those in attendance will set up practicein ....._.._ ..............-..-.-..-.-..-..-..
at the AEA meeting were: Dr. the south and assist in civil
Robert Randolph, SpringfieldMass. rights cases. 9

.; Milton P. Rooks Gibbs DR. M. RADIN Sthoolaf..::.:o; ....
The Defense Fund has Daant.y-
Junior College, St. Petersburg, Legal "
Fla.; Mrs. Elizabeth J. Johnson, expanded from staff of five General Practice -
Virginia Union University, New York based lawers In 1901 1159 NW 3rd! Ave. JfCULTURE
Richmond, Va.; Dorthy Cotton to nine in 19G2 to twelve at Phone 374.1419
and Mrs. Septima P. Clark, the present. Plans call for 17 by
Southern Christan Leadership. the beginning of 1901. OIMMI dally 0:30: 1 ".m, 1113 NW 3rd Ave. 374-9998
Conference, Atlanta, Ga.; John I These lawyers work with the 5-8 p.m.
M. Jefferson, International I Fund's 100 cooperation attor- Sunday. Id a.m. 12 noon
Student Center, Washington, neys across the south, all >
D.C.; Charles D. Walker, Even- under direction of Mr. Greenberg -
--- ------
ing School Division Crispus and Constance Baker

Attucks High School, Indiana- :Motley, associate counsel. -. ... -. -- . - -- --- -- .- -- ------.--- ----- .---
polis, Ind.; Mary F. Walker,
This Is
legal battery
presentIng -
Shortridge High
anapolis, Ind.; Mrs.; Pearle L. more close than to 130 8,000 civil persons rights act-in For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call
Cousins and Mrs. Icyline L.
95 of the
Seaton, Kingston Jamaica, B. Ionsnearly per
South's civil 1 rights litigation.
W. I.


Christmas ComesTo

The YWCAThe SINCE Iff.18

Christmas Committee of For Quality Building RENTAL
the Northwest YWCA Center,
headed by Mrs. Willie F. Wil-
liams, chairman and Eddie PL 1-3604
Wallace, co-chairman announced a x r i
holiday plans for the center. AGENCY INC.
On Wednesday, Dec. 18, YWCA Jfftv axdac ,
members and friends are invited -
to help "Trim the Tree". -- ---.----
c.-- :
....G.... i. --_-::.- -"- IYr
This will be a gala evening of 5. :,
tree decorating, dancing, i' I i ' 1, The largest collection and rental
games, poping corn and sing- "
ing tree carels. Your admission is a ,.,... ? i agency in the South* operating in
ornament. There will be
fun for everyone from the tiny II
tot to the Senior Citizen from Dade and Broward Counties'Negro
7-10 p.m., in the Activities We plan, guide and o"'IOoo!

, .
Your plan or ours J* I* rooks Housing areas.

On Sunday, Dec. 22, the
Christmas Committee will present Custom Built Homes 1'resldentMANAGING

a candlelighting service Attractive Additions
and concert from 4-C p.m. The AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN
YWCA family invites all to at- Quality Alterations
tend. 10,000 HOUSING UNITS

Good bank financing
\CITIZENS. W. C. A. SENIOR Bonded also ha "mnJoyment service at main office I

CLUB 1i'L; L'' l1t]L7
Senior Citizens are invited to 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue
I Ij'
attend the next meeting of the mmV ( ffi .
Cluh to be held on Fri
day, Dec. 13. at 2:30: p.m. at the Licensed Insured 0--- .
Northwest YWCA Center, 5100 I
NW 21st Ave. A recreational 888 N.E. 79th Street 11 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU

program Is planned. 1103 N.W. 3rd AVF.PR .1-811(1 17.125 HOMESTEAD AVE.

ATX-CITY Y-TEEX CLUB 1675 N.W. J2ml ST. ............ OX -21fl7 Perrlnij ....................... CE 5-3553
ITsr JT.T IT trir.TJT JJTIT j r A 3801 ....... HAMMONDVILLB
GRAND AVE. .... III *- 381 1010 RD. i

teen The Club All-City of Senior the Northwest High Y- HANNAH MOTELDAY I 4210 N.W. 27th AVE. ........ \E :.V-3IWJ Pompano. ............... WE 3-3235 I

YWCA Center, will sponsor a WEEK OR I 2000 N.W. 75th ST. ................ Oflrt-3322) 11255 .VAV. 22nd AVE. !
record dance on Saturday, Dec. ,
7 for the benefit of the World OVERNIGHT ROOMS j 2000 N.W. 3rd CT. ................ FHNoted 1-)3 Opa-locka .....-....... IHU 8-0617; W y i ij
Fellowship Fund of the YWCA. I
The dance will bo from 710p.m.fee 631-45 NW 32nd St. j I On nights and Sudays for emergecy service call PL 978733 ,
25 cents. All Junior and 4I
Senior High School studentsare Phone 635-4643 I MAIN OFFICE

Invited to attend. Miss 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 9-8733
Daisy Myrick, faculty memberat Lovett Hutcheson, Mgr. I I
Northwestern High SchoolIs Indf ,
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;, MEMORIALS fi DIEA THSi MRS family MARY of the REEVES late- ..' LUCILLE family of HEWITT the late,

i Take this. method to express who died November 12 wish to
their thanks for the many extend sincere appreciation to

.' THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI., FLA. DEATHSEVA cards, flowers, telegrams, and their many friends and neigh-

PAGE 12 SATURDAY, DECEMBER; 7, 1963I MAE DEMERITTE, of all other kindness snown. bors for the numerous cards,

---_.- .- ..--- 3555 Charles Ave., Coconut Special thanks to Rev. E. T. floral pieces, telgrams and the
Baptist Church and the mem- many kindnesses: shown during
Grove died November 30 after
Graham, Pastor< of Alt Zion their hour of Uereavement.
IN MEMORIAL IN MEMORIAM a sudden Illness. She Is survived -
I A. Special thanks to the membersof
I her sister Myrtle her>, also! 10 Mrs. Range
by ,
In sad but loving memory of In ;''d but loving memory of Wise; two nephews, Arlington ;Mis.) ; Li//.ie 8m IIi, Daughter St. James A. M. E. Churchfor
our, dear mother and run)t r i I' 'L no,, t\iher! and Smith and Thomas Wise; four Mrs.] I.,n-e; P man Cambell, such encouragement and

mother grand'// grandfather, nieces, Eva Brown, Carolyn (j, ;''I JL:1( /; il\.l) > cr1.dward prayers, and to Rev J. 13.
Blacknell for officiating.Also .
-- E: \ Son
Anna and Barbara Wise.
.r I ins __
; _ Range Funeral Home for
Services will be held Satur-
day, Dec. 7, at 3:30: p.m. at the i CARD OF THANKS services rendered. May God
iJe-s! each of you.
Church of' God of Prophecy,
Grand Ave., Coconut Grove The family of the late,

under the direction of Bethel] .... FamilyRANGE
Williams Funeral Home. .


family of the late '''f.. 1 +9... NV 72nd St., died! Nov. 28
MRS. LAURA MARSHALL I': ifc.- w t ihr two'-year-olll ? wl.ih to take this time to express \ ". ,1.! !r ,1..1. S1anlJ1"'nt' :?\'.
our thanks to the many ', } ]he i r. i 1"

< friends for cards, telegrams, \\o brothers, u Ri-irr! ,
'<4 flowers and other tokens of ' 'I'i, \ui'hr" ar:1;: JrnltF.j1"l'S : V -

sympathy> In our hour of bereavement were l1 ld' lon11 -
;' ;1 in 11; ngfft Chapel.

.."" Special thanks to Range
of'I' Funeral Home and staff, also f : TTM: ; MAR JfA TIL of
Bishop Wallace of 2nd court 1 ((1 ';'-th St., dlM i No, 29

tiIfit Church of God. ;. > :Ivwl by his paw1 .
Arthur Marshall, husband :; $*vn. WilWp1: MtaK! 'il.f .

"tr Edna Marshall "! beJd'iTv> / J Yvonne Dillard, daughters ",>, ,->rvi.' .'I . '
u'nd children I
----------- -- -- grand
VI 1 i AUOWRTHA. n.onTN-
,'\, I :oo()( KW 66th f+t. riled
who departed this life Decem- CARD OF THANKSThe -
\'r.: 2 She wa< a resident of
1>er 6 -1952. ,
,May, E lie rert In pence: and REV PHILLIP B. Hl'JHOUT family of the late, '-inr' 'or over ftft tMsurs, nlpo onv
REV O. 'E. TURNER < : flcvout member of St.
may llgit; perpetual shine upon A.'jo paid( into eternt'l:'l restl ',. '
wish to express their heartfelt ; Dn.j; !! ; Church whrvp
i'hor! comber! 5. in.,'). I thanks and gratitude to MRS. HATTIE RUTHPhTiiiMON 1"\) worked! dUt! nt1y. Mrs
Gone, but not forgotten( .AsJt'pp ,) '. i;<, Lit"M] < i ,
J. : ii jop : ,Ill! many friends: and neigh ; Rit-'ii-on t was; 1':0] : r>n'r r a(-iivoiTjouiV'r
| Rev Burney, hon 'f) ;M "I' .1 J; lioiji. ',''I'j \\.t'.c. bors forcards: flowers and w! h to IJJ.JIK, i pi\'aHy::\ UK' ' ) ; in tile PaI11'rcr's: ;
] "
itn'ioy son
*"',: Hattie! AlcCutty" daughter to wuN. c.'p.J other expressions of sympathy. \ \" t' : 1\", ,\ u)j 'ut')1 I )" t l.o'Uv, ] No. 2. Heroines of JerlHn -

I* AJozellp Coopfr,' daughter :: .1ino; <: HCI'OUIVIr( ,., Special thanks to the St. James :V.ri'I; A h\LLMiaa! l'Jittl'dl >, JIou.fhold of Ruth Eastern -
f"" Iris Wilson!] daughter 'I I' .", ,Jih'I ] AAlli; Church Hospitality Club, n.i inL'iioN iur iJioii1 )ldndne:,:;>- ) \ Sir and] ] American Wood-
Sam Walker grandsons Liberty City I Elementary s sympathy, donations, flow- mon Lrrlanti{< She t is survived
JJrunt'll Holland, School and the West Dunbar ," .., nrtls, and telegrams. We by her hu hand, Emanuel, and
'I. grand daughter III I RSEMORIAMIn I school. May God continue to nl-o with to' thank the Range daughter, Patricia; two sisters

1 '.. Carolyn Taylor, bless you all. uneral Home Mesdames\ MamitVarren! and
grand daughter lov'-ng memory of our The FamilyExpression Deborah Peterson, daughter Maude Jackson. Services! Tues-

3.,. Lillian June Fuller, lean father and grandfather, Ervm Peterson, son day at 2 p.m. in St. John Baptist -
t*5" great-grand daughter of Lucy Roundtree, mother Church Rev. Thedford
; s tr
( Johnson officiating.

the family of the late
*/ The family of the late MRS ANNIE MAE LAMB MACK BAILEY, 421 NW I 17240TS Duval St., Perrine
wish to express our heartfelt 10th St., died Nov. 26. Remains rUed Nov. 29. He was a residentof

thanks and appreciation to our were sent to Adele, Ga., for Perrine for a year prior to
D many dear friends for your. services and burial. His wife, his death. Remains wereship-
sympathetic understandinguring' Mildred, and mother, Mrs. ned to WInona. Miss on December -
2 for final rites.
K'yea 4yfi our recent bereavement. Katie Lou Halley, survive.

We wish to thank you for donations -

cars. Thanks are extended to 4625 NW 15th Ave., of 0230 NW 10th Ave.,
the Rev. O. W. Foster who delivered died In Christian Hospital, Nov. lied on arrival at Jackson Memorial -
the eulogy and Bain's 2'J. A nurse at Variety Child- Hospital Nov. 30. He

Funeral Home for personal ren's Hospital, she is survived 'vas a native Miamian and a
services> rendered by her father, three sisters student at Northwestern High

Anthony, Johnny, George and several nieces, nephews. School. lie Is urvived hv a
I and Abraham, sons Services held Thursday at Si.I'uul grandmother, Mrs. Annie

Mrs Fannie Williams, AME Church, Rev. T. C. 'Nooten, a mother, four brothers -

a I N daughter I Kelley, pastor. four ,sisters. Services held
Thursday at St. James AME
MRS. EVA PINKNEY HARRISON Church with the Rev. J. B.
.. 2010 NW 63rd St., dieu} 3lacknell officiating.
!iJ family of the late Nov. 30. Her survivors Include

.... .......... I husband, four daughters, two
x3 ions and 14 grandchildren. Arrangements -
CLEVELAND are Incomplete. And The Whole
who departed this life -----1

ber 20, 1DG2.) MRS LUCILLE J. THOMP- World Mourned

w.'. ,........- Gone, but not forgotten. SON, 1528 NW 50th St., died
ELLA LAMPKINof May he rest in peace. Nov. 30, Among her survivors
with the
Cities w"r> bustling
1542 NW 67th St., who departed The Family I are three Uauguters, Mesdames usual "0104('.
this life on NovemUor LUBe Mae Bennett, Phyllis
Little children
$15, JOGS, wish' to take thismethod t Jackson and Miss Cheryl with their fov.
to express our sincereJthanka IN, MEMORIAMIn i'nompson; two sons, Rudolph, r."OW"'N w.rp following their"
friends director of St. Agnes Band,
: to the many sad but jr., dully. routinesEven
?and neighbors for the kindness loving memory and. Joseph, her mother, Mrs.
>f our dear son, brother, the tvalrv of the worldvrr
"*,shown to us during her snort ather, 3 Maltha Jones:: ; two sisters anu \ ... remote. It seems.
.;period of Illness and death. two brothers. Services werevonducieU
Die nsisvhn's pellet
s\ F Thursday In the ,, ran r
Special thanks to the Willing
Workers Club, Home Mission _a chapel, HeW.. K.:; Sims, officiating n cross n Tallinn streetKilled'
) our lender. "n/l "mrUe
Society, Deaconess Board and the notion with pr..fJTlfr .
&11 the choirs, Rev. P. S. .
the whole world mourned. -
I :Brown and all members of the ; ; EUGENE ISRAEL, 18403 .
iMt. Tabor Baptist Church. w n 4,, CRN Homestead Ave., i'vrrme, died
the Sunshine Nov. 2U. His survivors are his
especial thanks to ..Pr'Iii'.lrnfpnnf'flv'. l is dr.'ulr'!
.[ommunity Club, Democratic $' ; t wife, Jessie, two daughters, the news rang out.
other clubs ot iiioiner ana a brotner ot
7. JtClvll Club and
No, thnt couldn't be tn 2"
>)West Hollywood, Fla., to Dr. Grenville, Fla. Services Saturday Theivoople bean to shout
and staff of Jackson Me- _ _ at 2 p.m.
Gates ..---- Uowly) n* reality l hptrnn i to form
.Hnorlal Hospital, the James ESJcott
The people irnderotnod that
Community Asoclatlon, MRS. CLARA PRICE died .
th?: lr lender was rone."
??the neighbors of 152nd Terr., departed this life Novem- the home of her daughter and They cried to CJml for comfort
ber 12. wish heart-
the neighbors of 166th KiTtt.ISt. to express son-in-law, Mr.) and ivlrs. Edison from their grief

; ., Opa-locka, the neighbors of felt their thanks and gratitude to v."ew, 16220 NW 18th And wnrehed their souls to

>87th, G6th and 65th St., Liberty who many extended friends and numerous neIghbors Ct., Opa-locka, Dec. 3. She is find sonic relief.And .

;city, area. For the numerous kindnesses during, the Illness also survived by three other the whole world mourn

.wards, telegrams, florals and and recent death of their beloved daughters, a sister and three ed."
%H other kind gestures shown sister and aunt. grandchildren. Service Friday' ,

1, ;"Cdurlng our' bereavement.Thanks' Your varied expression of 1 p.m. In the chapel with Bro. l"e loved" our leader" beyond" all
': to Range sympathy through the .mediaof Welden Range officiating. measure.
L dome for Its most kind and letters, cards and telegrams Us memory we shall alwaystrranurr.

>courteous. very efficient ser- beautiful flowers, automlWle MRS. MYRTICE ROBINSON, .
;ivtces.: services, and many other per- The dignitaries who came hereto .
158th Rd.
l lI 15720 NW St. Opa-
Lampkln Family
3 mourn,
.. sonal gestures brought comfort
JAMES F. HINES and helped to make our burden locka died Dec. 3. Services will TIle pomp of the funeral-more
lie MEMORIAM lighter. be Saturday, 3 p.m. at FrIend- than we have over known
4, who ber departed this life Novem- A special thanks to Rev. W. ship Baptist Church, Rev. J. E. The' speeches" condolences, the
I of mother 30, 19C2. She Is survlv- splendor| the eloquence of
In loving memory You left oh sad F. Tanner Sr., and 71st Street .Jepklns. pastor.
us so as
and grandmLpRENCEt other went to the land, of rest you far I Neighbors and friends, also d"b>y two sisters! Mrs. Lizzie the eulotriotta" reader" ,
MBS F H. ARANHA from mortal sight. The heav- thanks to the House of Albert +'itA TTarvov with whom she Can never fill the void In our
:..who departed' this 1 life December ens prepared for for such good services' ren-: ,'''v?d and Mrs. Tjoutep Jort cr ofNpw hearts for our fallen leader
6 1933. you. dered. /. VorV. a brother. Wilde So, the whole world mourned.By .
I ;t r? May, she rest In .peace Sadly missed I May God Bless each of You. genes[ of Chicago; ,two nephews Lillie Muse Doles

Family '. The Family The Family md a niece. 710 NW 14th QurtCARDS
i "'The

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Rev. W. J. Macon, pastor '
I 5-ROOM HOUSE 1727 NW MIDDLE AGE AND Miss Beverly E. Nixon, repo erWomen"s

61 St. Phone NE 4-0127 I
BEYOND Day at Baptist -

MODERN FURN., upstaIrsapt. _ _m_ under the guidance of Mrs
Tresvant as chairman
., couple only light an;'
and Mrs. Arizona Barley as co-
water included. $"*5 mon:h1SG7 .
chairman: was most successful.both
spiritually and financially

,. .
newly painted $20 week. 2220( The morning peaker, ,Mrs.R. .
NW (51 St. Phone 088-4825, also II Lee, and the evening
r 4-rooms bath, $12.50 week. speaker, Mrs. Irene Pratt Wilder !
Dec. 28. *. each gave us a real message -*
______ and food for thought.The .
EFFICIENCY!: APT., furn.,, financial effort came' to
FOR SALE FOR SALE for, one or two people, free the amount of 2525.55 with
I utilities 11(58( NW 51 St. Phone Mrs. Hattie Martin, pictured

FURNISHED or unfurnished 1500 MARKEL ELECTRIC PL 1- 300, _.......-.. above being crowned "Mrs..
apt. in Opa-locka area. 1-bed- First Baptist" for the year.
heaters-serves 210 all models- By IMI. JAY (IUTIERItEZ
ruom unfurnished. :$lb week, 2- complete with LARGE ROOM, private entrance The 'pastor, the chairman' ,
Junction box
convenient location ., captains and members of First'
uedroom unfurnished. $18, ifJbUidbtn quanity users will sacrifice prefer ',
furnished $21: 2-bed- Martin Immerman.) 1&25( Holland quiet working person. Call Our body machinery runs Baptist wish to thank you for
tbbrtis furnished $25. Call Mie- New 751-0291{ your participation during this
Av;. York
kins Hehtal Agency. NE 4-0500. RE 59850. Utlca, night an day from birth to event. You are always welcome.

InoJ ItOOM, orj bus line, working death. No matter how perfect it

L-.lU: iUHuU.M lurnishea apt. AH $300 DOWN $59 month l&G t NW coUpld or lady. Privileges nice was to begin with or how we UNCF Committee, ;
juuties, downtown area. $18 efficiency neighborhood Phone C3M5310. take care of it, certain partsare
13 St.
$13. Call Mlcklns Rental open to Sunday. CBS apt to show the effects of To Meet Wednesday
Agency. NE 40500. Indl beauty, sparkling clean carporte, FURNISHED apt., With yard wear and tear during middle
better hurry! This will sell fast. and porch reasonable price, age and beyond. This is one The Greater Miami Committee ( -.
NEW: ( nuJDROOM.: 2 bath In Allapattah Realty, 633-0426. call OX 12126. reason why an annual examina- of the United Negro College
Is parti- Fund will meet at noon 'W- .
West Hollywood. Small downptytuent tion by a Chiropractor
bank tinancing Call $350 DOWN, 4300 NW 11th NICE FURNISHED ROOM, cularly important for peopleover nesday, Dec. 11 in the qli
N.i; -4-JDUlJ. Indf, Place, open 2 to 5 Sunday, 3- 2129 NW 57th St., quiet vici- 45. If we know what our room of the Hampton I f UIQ..
bedroom beauty on corner lot. nity limitations are, we can learn All members are urged to Re

3-BEDROOM HOUSE. Small Allapattah Realty, 033-0420. how to adjust our ways of living present.,
down payment. Will alter notes BEAUTIFUL furn.. room in : in order 1 Jo avoid overstep Garth C. Reeves, chairman
to suit tenant. Call PL 7-333G 2-STORY CBS APT. Upstairs, private home no cooking, nice ping them. Michael Sossin,co-chairman
Dec? zoned business, can be financed man 5f)50) NW Oth Ave., phonePL For women who are undergoing
suitable for doctor, lawyer, 1-5230. the natural physiological - -
day nursery, sales crew headquarters changes which usually begin Get Your ChristmasAds
BY OWNER, no broker, new etc s. G31-0018. flathts! NIO11I and bath, for between the ages of10 and
3-bedroom house, all electric and Sinners [lull, $1,000, one nice person, reasonable NE CO a through Chiropractic ex- in NOW! !

kitchen and matty other extras. half down 4-2719. amination. V ., -.". -- -
West? Hollywood, 5250 SW do
23 Certain diseases usually
48 CHEVY. Good condition
St. Call OX 1-5453. D7 , 1-BEDROOM HOUSE, not appear until later life and
orthopedic mattress like new, idea) location, quiet neighbor
then develop slowly. Hardeningof < Chiropractic the technique is
NO CLOSING COSTS 3-, both reasonable, CA G-79DS. ood Furn., or unfurn. 2161 the arteries, chronic kidney painless. Frail, sick, aged and

bedroom CBS 2 baths, large BARGAIN If can'tqualify NW 58 St. diseases and extreme nervousness even Infants are cared for
kitchen you gain in the Its record Is the
rooms. Huge screened may headway without pain.
front porch 2 ddr gttt'age. Only for loan or need \o move MODELS. Size 10 or 12, attrac- body before a person I fa:: aware allevlatoln of suffering, and restoration -
$13,000 With $.WO down. Best in real soon: Lovely 2-bed- tive In swimsuits. Call Satur- that something is wrong. If the of health Is moat
street in Manor Park. Life room, Fla. room, garage CBS day or Monday. MU 1-2161. trouble- is detected In its early gratifying.Are .
I new awnings, beautiful yard, stages, on Individual, by following Chiropractic case?
Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL you
good area, selling for less than
CHILD CARE his Chiropractor's instruc-
9-4371.BEAUTIFUL Open Sundays.CBS Fla. owner paid for it, $12,090 total, Will keep children in my tions, may be able to continueto (One a series of article

room, front porch air large condlt- $1,500 down, $89 pays all. Just home, In'nnM? and all ages. work and to enjoy life for IMihll.slird) In the public interestto
one good mortgage. Call A. Como!: to 17', 4 NW CO Terr. $1 many years to come. explain and Illustrate the
Ben-Kori, Realtor 714 NW 02 day, Inchof 1 scientific chiropractic
per Modern meet )'
NO CLOSING COSTS. Live I. St.. nltes PL t&: -5:>33, days PL -. -. the problem Chiropractors of disease of Illness! written by Dr. Jay Ontlerrcz ..
rent free. Real nice CBS duplex 4-3431. IIJ' 1.1' 1VANTlt1)aaleatvo. through the physical and whom office lo located at
2-bedrooms on each side and ..n, must be very mechanical approach, rather the corner of NW 22nd Ave
you get furniture payment I 10.500 TOTAL. Like new, 2bedroom experienced in ladies wear, than through the chemical or mnl With, Ht. 'Phono OflllT.Lmly .
ances $COO total down CBS. A real bargainfor of selling. v
capable pressure drug approach. Under modern attendant on duty.)
and monthly payments are su'low I the price, big yard, good Neat appearance, steady Job,
the rent from oqe side will 'area. Terms arranged, need good pay for the right girl See
pay It all. Life Realty, 4932 NW some cash. No qualifying, Mrs. Margolls, 211 Lincoln '
7 Ave. PL 9-4371. Open Sun- quick posesslon, big bedrooms. Road LOW DOWN PAYMENT : '

days. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, 714 NW

p'lA 62 St., apes PL 9-5533, days '
TERMS 3 bedrooms, PL 4-3131. HOMES FOR SALE .
2 bath In heart of Manor Calypso CalypsoPlan ,

Park. Florida room, separate; ENTTERfTAINING DELIGHT. to attend this NO CLOSING COSTS.
garage awnings, stove, refrigerator Very lovely home, 2-bedroom, the '
weekend at
and two air condition Fla. room, CBS, awnings, garage '
1-1138 NW 37th Street. $300 down, $77 month'!;
down Life Realty, 4932 NW flower house, work shop, the Terrace 15 years. Only one $9,200 mortgage. ","
16th ..
7 Ave. PL 9-4371. Open evenings best area. Only $150 down, 329 *
and Sundays. $13,500 total. Seller pays your I Music by 2-535 NW 52nd St. $350 down. 3.bedroom; huge ,

closing costs. A. Ben-Kori, lot, carporte and\ garage. ...
3-BEDROOM CBS, porch on Realtor 714 NW 62 St., niter I Pablo And HisCalypsonians
large lot. A real deal, near PL 0-5533, days PL 4-3431. w.'A' rw.- V ..MI

everything. $400 down, FHA I .
approved. See this one. Fen- $250 DOWN. 3-bedrooms, $9,200 I SPECIAL FOR CHRISTMAS! ,

price. Key at News Realty, total, big kitchen, very cute
home, good area, nice yard. A.BenKori For quality building Buy anyone of the above homes and receive a brandnew
WHAT A BUY. Lovely homein Realtor, 714 NW 62 TV-Stereo set FREE. Hurry on this.
best Manor Park area. CBS St., nites PL 0-5533, days PL additions and remodelingPL See Saturday and Sunday-WI 5.9886

3-bedrooms, Fla. room, oak 4-3431, 4.0655 I
floors and carporte. $400 down

:$82 per month. $12,000 total FOR RENT OR SALE 3- NO DOWN PAYMENTFla. ? iKKKKKKKK
KKK( ht4K t L 4'C't't't't RKKK
;prIce. Kek at Uews Realty, bedroom house, call
Inc., 4GOO NW 7th Ave. PL PL 7-1089. Room Kitchens COME SEE, HEAR AND TALK TO

10055. Bedrooms Bathroom
Catportes Garages
'CORNER BEAUTY, CBS 3- Awnings Fences
bedroom oak tile roof PROPHET ROBINSON
and garage. $ ri. $83 1-BEDROOM APT., furn. Realty Inc. .
News '
month. Key at News Realty, $17.50 1853 NW 44 St. PL


4-0655. .I I I '3-BEDROOM unfurn house 4600 NW 7th Ave. KNOWN AH CJOD'H MAN OF MVHTKIlY

$20 week 2229 NW CO St.
HUGE. 3-BEDROOM CBS HI G-12GG.per Need money'? Unlucky in love? Can't find a job?
home with Fla. room, oak

floors, carporte and appliances $20 PER WEEK, large six room FOR SALE Have problems? Are you ill? Lost your love? Ar*
:$too down, $85 month. $12,500 house, free lights and ,.
(ttotal price. Key at News Real- I unfurn.water. 4528 NW 33rd Ave. HI $150 down you sick, worried, have financial problems?' If any
',ty, Inc. 4600 NW 7 Ave. PL
ills mind .
'4-0655. I G-12CO. of these are on your
I $55 month2BEDKOOM
$10 PER WEEK 1-bedroom I COME AND HEAR .'
LIVE LIKE A KING for turn cottage free lights and 1
4528 NW 33 Ave., rear, PROPHET ROBINSON
$68 a month. CBS 3-bedroom, I water ,
oak floors, tile roof and appliances HI G-12GG. 1621 NW 58th St.

$400 down, 12,000 total Let his gifted hands help. you todayNo :
price. I NICE HOUSE for small family, I
Key at News Realty. Inc., 757-4108
4000 NW 7 Ave. PL 4-0655.,, r $22 per week. Will sell to right problem ,too large or too small ..,
I party $100 down, bargain for ,..,
someone. NE 5-55C6. Blessings Blessings More Blessings
2-BATHS, two bedrooms, $250 Down -

large Fla., room large living FURN. 1 and 2-bedroom apt. SUNDAY DEC. 15 3:30 p.m.LONGSHOREMAN'S .
room merchandise kitchen di- ,
will take homeon
Modern adults lovely .
No qualifying,
nette. $20,00, $5.000 down,
small child up to 2 years old. 175 foot lot furnished
call ,,758.3829.HOME ,MU 1-0325. I large HALL

. RIGHT 812 N.W. 2nd AVENUE (Upstairs)
FOR SALE Holly- APTS. We have several 'verynice ,'VACANT MOVE

wood. No qualifying, 2-3 bedrooms 1-bedroom apts., furnished ; IN ditoriumw
tile features hardwood an't| unfurn. Nice locations..I Open Sat. and Sat. .., (Friday, December 13,

floor 2227 Forrest St., Liberia 518..$20 week, also monthly! 781 N.W. 43rd Street Fort Lauderdale,' 8:30 Pollnt)
2701 SW 27th St. Carver Ranchos -
$300 down, $18 week. HI rates. Call Fcnster Realty, 1200':, 'WI 5-3501 wN .X7.1.A71A1 7 AkA1ahAAT. 21 .AYE.i )tYi1ll >,l)111 AaAAA?>Mhfl
y-)12, HI 3-1983 JA 45521. NW C2 St., ri! 0-8779, Full price $7,900 Lam>rR

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of President John F. Kennedy very action-filled drama, presented -

two of our major activities in dedicated seriousness.The .

I HAPPENINGS IN OUR SCHOOLS were postponed Althoughone password on" Carver's
of them (tha Snork Club) campus is 'Tackle.. The stu-
has not yet been rescheduled dents are busy trying to decideon
the, Oratorical Society did present their favorite tackle for

MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. Carver High News their play "Twelve Angry WFUN's Tackle of the Year
Women"! on Dec. 2. It was a Contest.
I' PAGE 14 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1963 I Hello friends'! I am l back

again with more news from
Carver. Now that football season -
; i Is over there seems to bea
loss of action in the articles; alnlNI'' Office Treatment'\ of

however, things will start O LOW
lumping again Dec. 12, when RUPTURE PILES
basketball season begins COST

During the past week we Rectal I nieu I eN, Varicose Veins, Pri
9 have had a number of lectures state-No lost tim e-Discard Tm."
from various persons.! Among Upon Correction of Rupture. Reducing
there have Ween
out speakers
Father Theodore GiUonhts( iI) {. LONG'S CLINIC Blood-Urine Tests

topic dwelt on vandalism); 1545 S.W. 1st St.-FR 3-2748 A general health service
'- it Judge Ben Sheppard spoke on I
_ _
delinquency; M r. NahanielRolle I
curriculm assistantin(
of the advantages
formed the students -
of Carver's curriculum -
Hhl" '; < i'11 I9 J UOICMIS
Wednesday night, Nov 20, A True Leader

_ was desisipnated as "CollegeNight" 35 Years of Experience ;.,
.s at Carver. College representative UI.hop Hunter Is' well known PM "' .;
> I *? from t'\A.1\I.U.'
rJethne-Cookman, Florida Nor- PROF. HUNTERIf
mal, and Edward Waters Col- .
leges were present to discussthe ; you are sick, worried or in z?; .,.,
curriculum of troubled this! h the place to come
with a group of interested Don't stay In the nit, push back ,
the veil of bad> luck that seems tol
and '
t V V4i students parents. I to hold you in your track, and '< S

The administrative depart- advance forward by the help of ti .
i ment at Carver has devised a God under the leadership of ' ;y ''
Ad( e +a '' Ri rr. new and very impressive met. Prof. hunter who has :35 yearn F et 'F
hod of keeping the corridorsfree of experience in spiritual and %
of loiterers. Four stu- I occult science. Make your home
dents (monitors) are posted on happy. He will show you how
the corridor in distinctive to l bypass|' your enemies and get the things that life demands
f a yn. < fM ::1.1 places to check passes' or turn I for you. Come one, come nil. healing meeting every Wednesday
in names of students who do I at the Spiritual Temple of Zion, Inc., 5417 M.IV.11th St.,
m ___ not have an excuse for being I"CHt'' Hollywood. Fla. 7:30 p.m.
_ I
students are out during:
their study) periods.:; As a result I
if ihU unique[ / method, there area
fewer number of students on
n the corridors during the day.Tests .

Young Actors to I left Center to right front-Adria: Jessie Harrison Cowlns,, : seem to be the monopolizing -
factor of the senior
Present "The Adams, Frederick
activities The Junior and Sen-
Sleeping Beauty"Members Sweeting, Tony McCoy Na- iors are in the process of study.
thaniel Townsel, Sylvia Ing for an American Litera-

of the North Dade son. ture test which they will\ takeon
Children's Theatre will be fea- Dec 12. They are, at the ,

tured in the three-act fantasy Among the cast for "The Sleep- !same the time CIEP making examination preparationsfor to bo II I
"The Sleeping Beauty" scheduled 5417 S.W. 17th Street W. Hollywood' Florida
ing Beauty" are: Shirley Adams, administered on Dec. 7, On I ,
for two preformances: Dec. Dec. 3, the senior glrle took I mile east State Road 141 3 miles west of Hallandale on
17 and 18 The Dec. 17 Frederick Sweeting, Margaret
perfor- the Annnual Betty Crocker Examination N'oitli .sire of the road Office hours 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. SundayI
mance will be a student mat- Mitchell, Jessie Cowins, Sylvia I to :3 ,p.m. Licensed hi !State! and County. Readings dally.
inee and will begin at 3:15: .pm., Johnson, JacquelIne McPhee, Due- to the very tragic death I
for all elementary school child-
Adria Harrison, Tyrone Williams -
ren. Both performances will --
be held in the North Dade Yvonne Collins, Ylonda
High School Auditorium. The Hardy, Tony McCoy and Nathaniel AT
main performance will be givenon Townsel. Featured \ '
the evening of Dec 18, at dancers will be Kathy Fife and e
8:15: p.m.Thig GraTheryn Chishom.; Other t D'.\.' 't',
dancers are: Cherry Gosler, ''e :iZ@r
Patricia Jenkins
production is the second Beverly-Coats, -
. ..,;
to be the I I Fisherman nnd Beverly -
presented by young Toy .JOHN I, QU. JA. I1MII A. WARD
Ooa-locka actors who compose I I Lewis. The play is directedby -r__ _ CHAIAMAN IRE/IDtNi
The North Dade Children's I, Mrs. Barbara Edwards
Theatre; last year the group Aranha who is assisted by Miss
presented "Hansel and Gretel.! Octeon Cumberbatch.

!tc Me BIG "PLUS"

TTNS Presennts Nathan Young PTA ,:,..7.1. r

"Tte Messiah" In an effort to continue to '-.,4"..,, .".......,'. ..[.'......

acquaint our parents with our .
The chorus of Miami Northwestern : ,'1 I" I
Senior High School curriculum, at our last PTA
will present The Messiah by meeting, reading demonstrations r t, i: that makes the difference
George! F. Handel Tuesday were given by Mrs. Hazel t

night Dec. 17 at 8 pm., In the W Matthews representing the .
school: auditorium. The 200 voIce intermediate department. Our OF COURSE YOU GET 0. 0 Current 4&% Dividend
chorus h! under the direc- parents appeared to have enjoyed -
tion of Arthur L. Evans and I participating in the demonstrations Low Cost Home Loans

.Berthenia S. White therefore demonstrations -
Soloists are Harolean torr< in some subjectarea
sonrano: and organist at Mt. have been scheduled for ACCOUNTS INSURED SUS Equal Job Opportunities for All

Baptist Church Lenora .
; each future PTA meeting. AN AGENCY Of THE
Smith, contralto and sollst at ..".a ; FEDERAL GOVERNMENT Mortgages\ without DiscriminationExtra

James Exson, tenor and former Albert Tresvant, .president;
student. of Northwestern and dent Hours

'and and Patrick choral director Matthews, bass Mrs. Josephine Mackey, prin- MON<.ThvK>.....,.?.......10 o.m. >4 p.irf,
chorus Miami of the prIncIpal NOW! Another FRIDAY ............ ........_.10ojn..|'.w.
at Edison Junior
cipal and Mrs. Hazel W. Mat- .
bill I SATURDAY..90..121'0. *
High School. An orchestra, com- thews, reporter I'"PLUS"
posed of local musicians, will ....
c,, provide the accompaniment.
The: ,oaran and cembalo parts A TRIRUTE
White; and Charles Mobley re- GREAT MAN
.specU vely.
5 The public Is cordially Invited He rode that day with his head every time you add $50 to your present ooIou GE' when count Y. arid an
to attend this preformance. up high, account,or when you OPEN A NEW ACCOUNT f E i amounl _. p'e enl
Not knowing his life on _IIUOllnl __
;f: To The Late earthwan nigh. i ,,lO He laughed and was pray hearing PLEASE FILL OUT BELOW,*1 100 Merchants Crtn Stamps $ 50.
1 John F. KennedyYou standbvers: shout, Q fl E E 200 Merchanti Cr.*n Stamps $100.
When all of sudden a shot 300 Merchants Green Stamps $150.

|. will live to Infinity rang ont o _!_o Name ............-.....-...........--...-....... !II 400 500 Merchants Merchants Green Green Stamps Stamps $200.$250.
In our heart we will share This man Kennedy whose
|For we reallv, really car. was at end, life I !II MERCHANTS ...........................................-... !"II 700 600 Merchants Merchants Green Green Stamps Stamps $350.$300.:

.,We thoneht, that you were Whom the' world knew had Q G r o e n Stamps Gty/Slot ...._.,...................1... ....",". II! tOO Merchants Green Stamp $400.)
l ?< reollv grand loft a great friend( ; Q Just for bringing In this 900 Merchants Green Stamp $450.
Next to Uncoln you should Rode high until .stopped by a Jj coupon no builntti T.I.phon. ?.? ...... 1000 Merchants Green Stamp $500.

x.We stand thought you, were the best killer's Taking$ gun.the .Wo of this Q tC3t1lOll1lOll1Cllf transaction ntctnary.9pf sot 101 tOt ea sd sot+csn+or nDt :>><_-.._.... I FKEK: : : ;sow !aim-ham I u.n

/" of thorn nil gr vit fe-rle ss one.nwv Stamps Kverv Friday 'I.-ht|
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*We come iMrausc, we) hear you The II'f !".ic( tnr the t t:
> call not'Id could not buy, R Beginning Friday,Nov. 15, 1963
rHow could the kllkr even dare Hut the memory of our late At f&O .._. Mck MJgr ...Itt, .1ft'
SNow let UH crlve, for him a silent P""sldent, fc. k..W N M>.b..k_Mi* wi.... nn",.,
A e A 1000 M_....* O tM. ....,. Fill) ....
Ji n Butler Hi'nps tears" fo mir r>e J.llv M6015 ..-e. _".,,. ..... ,.eI.--'
f Oth grade'!' civics Call Brov-n Oth
? Allen n
-- my wln4' "
!ownAvllIe( Jr. High School grade civics class! .'owns.IIJI'' N. W. 7th Avuwe': Miami tMw1t.r. In *. .w atlli.i: : WbiMprttml :u::
Junior High School Phone 754-6651 AMPtl. FREE PARKING s' K .1.


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Male Chorus FetedIn
Tit I" column is prepared
I / AND AROUND THE BAHAMAS Fall TeaAn VETERAN'S weekly at the VA Office, 084 W.

musical treatIs Miami for inform-
... outstanding Flnglrr St. ,
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in store for you. You are CORNER lion' of Veterans in this area.

Luke Alexander was convicted lions will be from Jan, 2-8. The< cordially Fall Tea at invited the home to attend of Mrs.a ......--.., ... ,T IT ... ,T ,y ...aTd3L! 'TaTdaL: : :.T.T .zJrJ'JfrJf: .!I"JT..I..D'.If IT IT El'IT 1I.II
Court -
by a Supreme ------
government has
Jury Wilfred on Oct.McClain 12 for the in killin the $81,000 for the occasion. Ave.Bessie, Sunday Bethune, Dec., 6317 8, 4 NW to 0 p.m.17th VA Has 578 Homes WORLD WAIt II VETS-ARK
of + I I
the versatile and
course of dangerous driving on Samuel 32 Exuma YOU LISTENING
Rolle of talented Male Chorus of Mt. For Sale Here
July 20. Alexander was sentencEd Street, Coconut Grove was
Tabor Baptist Church under Average WWII veteran can
to eight months without found dead at his home Saturday the direction of Roscoe Speed. Veterans Administration bit of
well afford to heed
hard labor, and his license evening, Oct. 26. A nativeof This treat is sponsored by Officials announced Tuesday, a
ordered suspended for 20 Mangrove Cay, Andros, Rolle choir No. 2, usher board and beefed up sale program for a poetic advice (the Voice of Experience -
months one year beyond the entered his house by smashing laymen for the benefit of the 10 million dollar backlog of speaking):
expiration of his prison term. a glass window which cuta building fund of Mt. Sinai Bap- I foreclosed homes in South Flo Hey diddle diddle

I vein In his wrist. His wife,, tist Church Rev. S. A. rida.VA I'm watching my middle
Nelson Stuart of Sweetin : Ettamae was not at home at Thomas, pastor loan guaranty officer at whittle It
And to soon.
David hope
Jacksonville, Tom C. ,
the time. A
klllei neighbor discovered -
Freeport was
Cay Saturday, night, ,Nov. 9, when I I the body. Elks Memorial said 851 of the homes arc in With those good things to cat
Broward and Palm
I won't master the feat
his car ran into a light pole ---
near the Missile Base. The 4G Isaac Davis' full-clad body Service Sunday Counties. Till my dish runs away with
year-old man is survived by was found in a well at a yardon Liberty Lodge Liberty i David and O. M. Busnes. my spoon.
his wife and three children. Blue Hill Road near Panza Temple and all Elks of the chief of property management,
Corner Oct. 29. A neighbor who area invite you and their also from Jacksonville, met QUIZ conNER
lived in the yard went to draw friends to attend their annual here Thursday with several Q. I have a 48-star flag
motion the Hon. Clar- hundred local real estate brok-
A by
Memorial Service Sunday Dec.
water at 6 a.m., and when the which was given to me by VA
A. Bain, PLP R. ers to discuss the sale pro-
ence representative bucket struck in the 3 p.m. at Mt. Tabor Baptist
object I
an death.
for Andros, asking for Church. All Elks and Daugh- gram. after my husband's
$28,000 for widening and pav- water, checked and discovered ters are urged to be presentin Dade leads the list in repossessions would like to exchange it for a50star
the Davis lived
ing roads in Coakley Town, his body. wife appropriate regalia.Bro. with 578 properties onI I flag-may I do so?
and Fresh Creek, is being con- common-law Alrena Chas, Hudson, secretary: the backlog, said David. Brow I
sidered Uy the Finance Com- Cleare. Police are investigating. Bro. Granville Cleare, exalted ard has 227 and Palm Beach A. No. VA cannot exchange

mittee of the House of Assem- ruler; Bro. Chas. Alex. Higgs. 4G. flags. Remember, however, that
bly. The U.S. Navy is to build R. E. W. Bailey has been re- district deputy. The properties range !In price flag is still perfectly good
commended by the Board of your
a submarine testing center In from $8,500 to 18,500, and represent -
the area. Education for a scholarship to "" K. .K vws about 40 per cent of the for all memorial display pur-

study dentistry at an English REAL ESTATE Florida backlog, David said. poses.
university. The course will require VA officials Ifcllevo that
Samuel Brown, 30, was killed a period of six years, and INVESTMENTAPPRAISALS Florida's employment'
at Bannerman Town, Eleu- Mr. Bailey will be granted situation South plus break-ups In __._.... 1
thera Nov. 12 when the
$1,080 a year. marriages, porbably accountfor STOP! LOOK! READ!
crane he was operating over-
of the
J. A. Summons a large percentage
turned. His survivors are his foreclosures.The .
wife and four children. TEMPLE BAPTISTThe 1899 N.W.: 53rd St. homes are said to be in Jabberwork is in the air

Miami 42 Fla. good; conidtlon and prices arc
No. 2 choir, Mrs Matilda ,
The home of Mrs. T. E. W Ambrose based on the current market. again! Watch this space
and C.
Hall, president, will be handled by most
Donaldson ransacked both Sales
was I NE 4.6875
Hrcetor will sing this Sunday.
up and down stairs, and about local brokers, said 1.'V., Howell for coming attractions!
$52 stolen on Sunday. Nov. 3 Choir members are urged to indf assistant chief of the property -

while she and her family attended attend rehearsal regularly so as .. .. division. ___4 .
services at' the St. John to be prepared for the Christmas ,
Baptist Church almost directly services. Parents are also
across the street. The Rev. R. asked to send their children on
S. Barrett: pastor of the church I time to rehearsal.The .
14 son-in-law of Mrs. Donaldson -
choir will : : = i
:and lives on the ground- youth spon-
'floor of the house. The robberywas or a "Million Dollar Wedding"Sunday .
; committed sometime between Dec. 15 at 3:30: p.m. A i- -
11 a.m., and 1 p.m plcy program is being prepared imi pt
for the occasion. The

Roosevelt Knowles, 19, and 'ublic is Invited.

Cedrlc Christopher Moss, 17Vi ::11' 1ii r r
have been given two years
J1 _
hnrd labor, and James Alfred Get Your Christmas

Knowles, 17, ringleader, 2% .
years for robbery with viol- Ads in NOW! !
frncp nt Twwnam Hill on Aug.
:30.:I( The victims were the three

Twynam sisters! Amy, Hilda
and Mnrrprv-all in their
,-pvE'"ntlrCl.! The robbery netted
the boys $19.00.Alphonso .

Pinder has beentrlven I/

six,: month to cool off in
iPll for arson. A Sunreme
Court fury convitced Pinder QqvI
'fm' spttlncr fire to the furniture ally IiIW -
owned by his wife, Zcrllne, /
In her home. Pinder lost his / I:91: A
proper during a family squatJJr '
*> but he and his wife recon- ti 11111 III) )
fcll*d later. '
The festivities for the Bahamas ;

Constitution Day Celebra- .

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Your man

nt Broward -. '.'.--'" a. friend. .and health for life !g ;;

County A wl,.
d HW'a the man who can
News I how you bow to make your
IDIa Dee dollar provide) the Christmas" all thru
11J'WnU.lln i vtmoe value fat Lift and .for "Merry year
,,* I Hto&A Insurance protection..retirement .

I II I I JDdw'mI Give Better Electrically ...right straight down your list, and

... Income everyone w Q be glad yon did You're giving convenience, efficiency i

L ,.._ ._ - I ...eclDea o al plans ,easier living when you give electric gifts.They're "helping '
JIKOWARD COUNTY NEWS ...disability Income hands" the make work lighter and entertaining

The Star Light Lodge No. ....hotpUallzatioa.BOBM Irfetor.And you'll: be remembered gratefully whenever they're uaod.
512 meets Friday, Dec. 6, eight ... ownenbiy
p.m. All members are urged to ...awmltfcs ELECTRICs.
ibe present.All THE"NEW LOOK" IN GIFTS IS

CUB today for a free survey /Aese and many man*t your ftrof/tf store ,

homeowners ot Carver .tf roar' limed tnanmnne fry Pan Rot1'se.ri.a: .4 '' .
Bid CcwwInII '
'Ranches. Hyde Park and Wash- a ieda BI.nd.s He" Dryers Sandwlch GrUIs t i I'
ington Park, please be present '. BtoIIe Heating Pads Shaw
at the civic meeting Sunday, Call openers .Juice tndOs Shoe POUIMr.C .
Dec S, three p.m., at the Parkin CARL W. RINALDI Mna KnIvM KnIfe Sharptne. Toasters (Zl t 1t1t>tg
Carver Ranches. SPECIAL RKrilEHRNTATIVE ea..roIM .'Lamps Toothbruahes 185Coff.
pocks (Tallie.ttoory .Vacuum ,irry,
Mr. and Mrs. E. Ward of SW 9301 N.E. 6th Ava.Rea. .. MaUri ........./VIbr.tor. _Warn. Bak.r
.nd for tttet wry
Meat GI1nd.n
54th Ave. and 22nd St., are Com poppwa .
thanking their many friends MU 8-2483 OMp 'at Fo'.rs Power Tools
Radio, lift,TV AULCTRIC KITCHEN en THIS' 32 PACt rite BOOR.
and relative who gave at their I Don. 75747293Ilaml .food Mbans, LIT.ttodrtcit M41. .*.x...
new house-warming Nov. 23. Florida . "AT'IttWJ"CArMMf MM**
thanks.A Shore 38. to liMwi irwf work art kftffce ,
Many --t1NJ1eHaSil "'f1f.mfJ!(.,.!. .... .

dlnnner sale will be heldat ,..AO 0/VIH,7OO'POWER
the home of Mr. and Mrs SMA8'Rttts COMPANY
Garnett Dorsett, 4310 SW 24th FLORIDA fc I /io'HII.
St. West Hollywood, Saturday ',". ."'1.. n.0 HID A "
afternoon, Dec 7, in aid of St. Men ass UIICE CIL ': f 'ItIN
Ana's Pews Fund. It is sponsor ._..c.., 41 ...o.-t
,- by Garnett and Rosetta

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PAGE 16 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1963 Dr. Davis Named To
National CommitteeDr. FOR SALE
I. P. Davis has been Invited
Pallbearers by John S. Hayes, presi- "
dent of the United Community 2-bedroom CBS, tile bath. Manor Park section*.Fin t('

Celebrate 36thAnniversary Y Funds and Councils of America, selection of duplexes and other property. Our
to serve as member of the
United Fund Adisvisory Coun branch office at Carver Roach U reaUy t6 serve

cil.The council is p standing you. Also homes, lots* aparttneritl, business_ ,
The Grand United Order of committee I of United Community
Pallbearers of America, Inc., Funds and Councils of t IF YOU WANT TO BUY OR SELL A Lot CALL US
celebrated Its 36th anniversary America composed of a selected -
Nov. 24 at Ebenezer Methodist I number of outstanding 1 local :
Church. It was highlighted leaders from all parts of HERB MUNNINGS
with a parade which started at the United States and Canada
the Pallbearers Hall LodgesNo. It Is advisory both to the
2, 5, 8, 13, 67 and, 100 were Board of United Community GIs'tEnEb) HEAL KBTATIi mtOlvKK
represented In large numbers.A Funds and Councils and to local -
delightful program was United Funds. 775 NAY. Slst Street PL 7-6365
presented. Our Juvenile Lodges This fall's meeting was held
Nos. 2, 3, 5,and 8 also presenteda i,1 Thursday, Dec. 5, In New York 5505 'Pembroke ''Rd. VO 3-5815
most unique program during City, the day before the fall
which Miss Lenora Campbell ( meeting of the Board of United
dedicated a poem written by Community Funds and Councils .,.,. N .
her to our late President John of America. '
F. Kennedy, "The President's:.
Last Ride." ....._..._- A Tribute To A LOOK AT THESE NEW HOMES
The President Is taking a ride ---- - Great ManHe Then call, 'us to show them to ,yoy.'. .Ke'y"bt 'office{ ;
. The Rev. Emmett T Browne,
They dressed in black the car- I widely-known i pr: ir of Mt. rode that day with his Moye right in in time for Christmas
riage Vernon Baptist Church, Dm head up high, Not knowing his .
way 1 I 938 N.W, 47th Terrace bedroom, 2 bath
ham, N. C., was:; winner of the life
They have draped in black the on earth was nigh. He
II ,1945 N.W. 48th Street 3-bedroom
royal track I door prize at the Alpha Phi laughed and was gay hearing -
i Where the President goes forth Alpha Convention in Boston, standyers shout, when all of a 6330 N.W. 29th Avenue 4-bedroom
and never comes back. Mass. sudden, a shot rang out. 919 N.W. 49th Street 3 Bedlroom 2 Bath
The award of a weeks vacation This whose
Let no man labor as he passes on1 the house was Motel' end,< Whom man''the world life knew was had at Easy down payment Easy monthly payment
bOn by the Hampton House
his last appearance to and. Villas of :Miami Harry lost until a great friend; Rode high Fenster'Realty

With mortal heads eye uncovered, let all Markowitz, porprietor. Taking fearless stopped:the one life by of a killer's this great gun, 1260 NW. 62nd St. PL 9.8779

Walt for the President to pass passing by. The things he has done the
o in his regal state. world could not buy, But 'the -
At the close of the Juvenile the memory of our late Presi 1- .
And over the city and. over the hour, beautiful music was rendered dent, Bring tears to our eye. ATTENTION ALL ELKS!
land by Ebenezer Choir No. 2 By Carl Drown, 9th Grade
Shall flags of all nations be and Mrs. Gertrude Perkins ren- Brownsville Junior High You are cordially invited to attend
half mast hurled; dered a solo. The speaker for . School
For this God-sent, great man the day was Rev. A. D. Hall A NIGHT OF .STARSAt
of American birth, grand chaplain, who deliveredan
Who is riding away from the inspiring message. We were ANN'S RATTANDECORATORS the Birdland in the Mary Elizabeth Hotel
courts of earth, delighted to have five new 642 NW 2nd Avenue
members Join our order.
Riding away from the world's great Danish and Rattan cushions MONDAY DECEMBER 9th
unrest Special thanks to Lodge No. Call Sol. Free estimates. Up: .
To the mystical goal of a secret 3, 11, and 66 of Liberty City, holstery, slipcovers, drapes, Music by Dizzy Jones :and the Continentals -
guest.Grieve I No. 60 of Brownsville, No. 25 .Expert labor, beautiful fabric, Advance Donation $1.25 Door $1.50
not your hearts, lift of Opa-locka and the public :asy term*. -
your heads on high, for helping to mke our day a 191 Reservations: : FR 3-2178 PL 9-3113
President John Fitzgerald Kennedy -' grand success. 54th St., Miami
is passing !by; | 1 PL 1-3721
Ben Howell, president of the
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