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Publication Date: March 16, 1963
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40TH YEAR, No. 29 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 16, 1963 16'PA' ES' NTH
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I Miami Gels' 2nd IntegratedSavings 1 Drown, ,1Burn ..wm Y !


to Death ,1 w !


and Loan Assnkoosevelt .. Over, WeekendWeekend



To OpenIn St. and, 7th Ave. accidents took the

lives ,of two men Sunday.
C.
Five Negroes -- Garth
Edison 'Center Reeves, E. A. Ward Mrs. Dana James W. Rollie, 43, of 2968
Dorsey Chapman, Mrs. Athalie NW- 65th St., ,drowned in a p
In'July. : Range, and Charles Hadley canal along Krorae. Ave., about
' L 4> k : are among' the member or four: miles north, of U.S. 1, said
,. The ',Roosevelt Savings nd'fin ganizers.. The whites are John Metro pollee.
l ,Association, 'having been B. Orr Jr., Frank Buchanan, Irving JohnnyLarkin, 22,- of 5217-
|J back Miami getting estab Kipnis, Nat Ratner, Stuart NW 30th Ave., burned to death
( in te last sum Simon and Lyle Roberts. after he apparently fell asleep
mer, received the "go-ahead" While smoking in bed. i$1tr-
signal this week.Organizers The Home Loan Bank Board
in Washington ruled early last Henry Mingo, 5227 NW 30th _

of the institutionwere year that only ono savings and Ave., a nelghltor, told police he ..-, m ., _
advised by Federal Home loan was needed in the Miami heard screams and ran to discover -
Loan Bank officials Wednesdaytheir Negro area, and gave Franklin Larkin's frame house in These six ladies modeled wigsat I the 54th St. ,Wig Salon and the
application for federal In the preference. flames. The house was des a fashion show last Thurs Coconut Grove Wig Salon.

surance on savings deposits has troyed. day at Blrdland, The guy peeping Left to right are: Ann Taylor,
Roosevelt took the matter to
been approved. They already Two friends of Rollie told police through from the rear is"Butterball" model; Alice Johnson, manager
have a state charter, issued last federal court but a compromisekept they were' fishing 100 yards of WMBM who Coconut Grove Wig Salon Janet
year with a condition that federal the case from coming' td. away when they heard cries flipped his wlgf but did an excellent Moore, manager of 54th 8t. Wig
insurance be 'obtained before trial. for help and saw him sink in : job of emceeing the Salon; Butterb+all. !Gloria Francis *
the .charter could become effective :rtiodel Grace Moor (no relatlon -
;
The case led to a presidential mid-stream. The body was re show \ )
investigation" and a change in covered after five minutes' to Janet winner; and
The event was sponsored by Mary Pyfrom
The association is expected to Home Loan Bank Board regu search. model

open for business by July 1, at lations. 1
the site of the former Commercial The two institutions will be
Bank building at NW 60th located about five miles apart. I( Earl Carroll Rolls Up Record 31,283 Votes i I


31-year-old substitute teacher some Miami Beach precincts;
,
I LOSES RACE TOWEISSENBORN
who surprised everyone by beIng
Dade and White 'i ,
Negro tho only Negro to survive Other winners on Tuesday
I the primary two weeks ago.' were David Eldre' lgd, Group 1;?:

Teachers to Weissenborn got a whopping Leo' Furlong, Group)5) ; Murray
MergePlans Earl J, Carroll polled more 70,460. nubbin, Group 0; Mary Ann M
votes'' than any; NeA1"o"ln the Group 7; Richard Petti-'
are underway for the organization In the county Carroll swept all the predominantly
Florida In
all-white CTA and the all-Negro 5,500 members the CTA is history the of Representative Tuesday Negro precincts and got grew, Group 8; Edmond Gong,

Dade County Teachers Association seeking the right to representthe race losing in Group 4 to'Lto Welssen* votes in all 211 His strongest Group OJ; Jess Yarborough,
to Pat L. Tornlllo profession in matter,.con ;
merge born.A support came from the Richmond Group 10; Tom Spencer, Group
Jr., president of Dade Classroom cerning salary and working ''
with 11 Dick Fincher, Group 12;
Heights area Opa- ; !3
Teachers Association, said Mon conditions. total of 31,283 Dade County ,
day. voters (two-thirds of them locks and Liberty City follow- Louis Wolfson, Group :W; and: '
Tornillo said that if the coor- white) cast their ballot for the ing. He ran extremely well in Maxine ,Barker, 'Group 14.
It Is hoped by leaders of both dinating council is formed, It ,
groups that the consolidation will be more truly representative : I
will materialize before the end because there will be administrators
of the school year In June, Tor- on it, and CTA
nub said. will favor it as the proper Instrument
for professional negotiations
He also said that teacher and ."
administrator organizationsmay
form :a joint coordinating Emanuel Fryar Jr., presidentof
council to'' represent the whole the Negro CTA, agreed thata I
profession,in seeking negotia merger is being considered.He .
tion right* from the school said, however, there ate i
boar some obstacles to be overcome
lBelnif before the merger can be work
the largest educators' able. t4 i
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Miami Loses UGA I _


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Convention. Golf Tourney l Ntr

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Board Moves EventsTo president of Par and Birdie, the t' j-
I reason given by Stanford was
Washington, D.C. that all correspondence from
the national office to him went _
The United Golfers Associa unanswered and the ,UGA never
tion has shifted its 1963 conven knew where it stood about definite
tion and national tournamentfrom arrangements for the convention
Miami to Washington, It and tournament. I
announced this week by
was .
Max Stanford, UGA presidentiinPhiladelphia. There was a local wrangle anda ,
switch of headquarters in December ", '
UGA's annual convention,. set from the Hampton .:
,,House to the Sir John.' The
will be -
for-March, 22-24 now '
had the Shrin-
held at Hotel 2400, 16th St., NW Hampton House

lit'meeting Washington on the,22nd'with and the the golf 'same ers convention week as the booked UGA for tournament the Local Business and Professional Worn'r I

association's executive board in August and sought to A local chapter of the.National r rect their interest toward united ao ette' tint';
.convention being held on the have the UGA change its date Association of Negro Busi- action. For improved social and pr ent. '
'23rd and 24th. so a housing situation could be ness and Professional Women's civic conditions.. To .. develop y.I I d )row; etd: A.
'Mrs. Paris B. Brown UOA ,averted. UGA refused and the Clubs was recently organized. ,youth through scholarships. To J Ida E. IM i
convention
headquarters was the Hampton House recognize achievements of business A ChetY7,
national tournament director Meeting at
FrankLett moved to the Sir John Hotel and professional women' d t; ary Ar
Washington, D.C. and and Villas, 46 newly' acquired ]
Detroit; chairman of the Four District of Columbiaarea members elected officers' for and to' record and 'preserve the. r trtyii s'G
national tournament UGA affiliated clubs will the year. history of those achievements. ant repro les
group's !
have concurred In cooperate In the sponsorshipand That all people may, ,be Informed Del reollAer +
committee J
moving of these two UGA promotion of the August The national president, Mrs and that our young people ret ,,
the to Washington, and the tournament. The'clubs are wake Florence Allen Holmes, con- may know their heritage and VernelTjr. 1
events Robin Women, Washington, ducted the candle light Installation be inspired to create ,Wetter, understanding : '( '
change was unanimously ap Arlington (Va.) Divots, Oxon ceremonies and Mrs. Minnie among all peopleand Tills 'eW,- .tt --= I
board of .
proved by the UGA's Blanche 'tiIeway: .i Is i rNo-. i
Mr. Stan- Blades, Maryland, and D. C.'s Hurley, national treasurer, help promote world peace p
directors, according to Royal Club headed, respectively extended greetings and welcomed and universal brotherhood.: dons; Ella Moocnr, OmaflaifB,
.
ford. Cas- J. Bollard' Louise R. Ddpco8., ,.;
by Mrs. Verlece Logan, the group as its newest chap .
Miaml's Par and Birdie Club sell Butler Wilbur C. Shannonand Front 'row; seated: Mesdames lone II. Dvke,;Jbeatha. ,HrW&. .
who was supposed to host the Dr. Virgil Davis. ter.The main purpose of the this Rath Rogers, treasurer; Emma hams, OotiataBce', flavMl --...
UGA annual convention next of The tournament will be play.. club is: To promote and protectthe II.,Sweetlnff, 2nd vice president; ** MrrielMaty ,B. Oo1Eue, lNur.i,
weekend here, only learned ed over one or more of the interest of business and professional Florence Allen Holmes;. Mrs. V.' Davto;'>\WBhebntear.:
the change ;through this newsjAccbrding LeofQer operated Washington women to create good Loretha Fecke president; Minnie Band, Both Black. le. 'Karltee,
pa r. to Frank lUvers, public links. A f ellowship among them. To di D. Harley, national twa D. CUeUe.h. t 7 t J;


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PAGE 2 SATURDAY, MARCH 16, 1963 I For Crippled __

I Children 'I s M

I "The Miracle Worker"Wt Over 500 AGRA (Allied Gasoline II I

Retailers Association) members
will be pumping gas for f'
North Dade
High crippled children Friday March
15.
"The Miracle Worker" will be Tucker and S"tranla1U1ams
staged at the North Dade High I I will play the role of the On their 10th annual Charity
School Auditorium In Opa.loc.ka. "miracle worker," Annie Sulli Day 2 cents on every gallon of
on March 28 and 29 at ( .. van. Patsy Ferguson and Louise gasoline sold will go to CrippledChildren's
Wallace will appear as Kate, Society, 1475 NW 14th
This highly acclaimed play. the mother, and Anthony Cul- Ave The proceeds this year will
by William Gibson is the real. mer and Calvin Dorsett will buy a new station wagon to be
life story of the blind deaf. play Keller Helen's father. used to transfer patients to the
mute Helen Keller and her devoted rehabilitation center
society's
teacher, Annie Sullivan Other leading characters In ',,
treatment.Since n-
for
'-
Presented in three acts the play the play are portrayed by Sally MBHWHW'W A
reveals In stirring emotion. Sharpe Irene McCombs Prince gasoline will cost motorists M's Technical
packed scenes their struggle to Williams Anthony Annbrister. no more than posted Studio
bring Helen out of her silent,, Barbara Boynton: Gladys Perry prices, these AGRA members 11 11i
dark world. and Bernard Stuart deserve both praise and support at BTW
from the community. Dad e i Director to Speak :
The North Dade Thespiansare Director James B. Randolphsays motorists are urged to fill their
featuring a newcomer, Diane that this the most difficult gasoline tanks Friday March Rolkrt Poitier will serve as Studio M. ,;
:: Smith, in the role of Helen. but by far the most promising white and blue
15 where the red, of the consultants during'the : :
This talented actress one
young production ever attempted by banner Is displayed.Hampton .
made her debut at the University his Troupe. He guarantees the charity day annual Career Emphasis
of Miami Drama Festivaearly audience a choice evening of Week program at Booker T.
this month. She gave such entertainment. AlumniSec'y Washington High School. ViGRA ;
a brilliant performance she wai
one of five students attendin Reservations for both performances To Visit Mr. Poitier will really be coming
the festival to receive a i can be made at North back home, for he graduated '
Dade High School NA 1-0536. All Hampton graduates and i I,,
Veteran Thespians Betty Charles D. Wyche Is principaL families are cordially invited to In the claw of 1958, after SQJJIBB
1 then In
having excelled even
meet at the home of Miss Mary
V Davis, 4420 NW 33rd Ave., I stagecraft under the directionof
Saturday. March 23 at 8 p.m fora Leroy Washington! : director
fellowship with O. G. Taylor of drama at BTW. After pradu-
Jr., executive secretary, National ; tion, he entered the Air Force
Hampton Alumni Association. and upon separation from the
air force he became technical
rS ti A special invitation Is extended director of the famed Studio M :
'" to former students and parents Playhouse In Coral Gables.
of students now In attendance :
at Hampton Institute. He designed and constructed e16HAN
I all of the set for the productionat
l I Mr, Taylor will make a progress Studio M and has created
report during the meeting much attention because of his
A and discuss the forthcoming100th skill and artistry. The record !
: anniversary celebration. indicates that he is the only Negro -
e .A f I I In this area employed in
C. A. Williams Is president ,such a position.Mrs .
and Mary V. Davis
secretary.M23 Ruth Forman, producer, :.I
I director of Studio M PlaYhouse,
Sincerity a deep genuine is elated with Mr. Peltier's work Less than 3t a day
4 heartfelt sincerity fo a trait of and considers him a great asset

,, true" and Sterner noble manhood-Lawrence to her Playhouse staff. Tropical Pharmacy

The shows picture Is one of
Peltier's creations from the Prescriptions! Accurately Filled
Broadway Play, "Under The 3205 Grand Ave. HI 4-0640
I YunvYum Tree," presented at COCONUT GROVE
This is scene from the forthcoming Worker" which is scheduled for 11/4 ACRESPALM
North Dade presentation March 28 and 29in
Thespian
I the school's auditorium.
production of The Miracle:
Curtain time is &30 pjn. BEACH


Knights of ing will be held Sunday, March '375 ,.;
Pythias 17 at the home of Sir and Mrs.
Sir Arthur and Mrs. Robert C. Samuel Glenn 3282 NW 52nd t
Bowens of Faith of Hope Lodge St. at 3 tun. !11.Mt "hfJ ptttan =:
No. 52 and Lily of the Valley Royal Palm Lodge No 84, Sir ... ...
Court No. 5S became! the proud Abram Grace Jr., chancelor, N 0a.
parents of a babv girl March 6. will meet :Monday March 13. =
ArtIs Parks Court No. 59, Faith of Hope Lodge No. 32 .: '-aat..
Mrs Cornelia meets March 19-
L. Glenn coun I ..
sellor, will meet March 14. Lily of the Valley Court meets :
Sick list: Mrs Willie C. Mooreof March 20.Gleam ss
ArtIs Parks Court No. 59 of Hope Lodge meets fss%
Is recovering from three week's March 2LPythias &-= =rt'tnwaAlyd .
Illness. anniversary will b If .ILL rdww FREE DELIVERY; / DRUG
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Mrs Arthur A, Bowens Is recovering held Sunday March 24 at Sai \ - -
from burns which she tens Chapel AME: : Church. Rev. iJ: .. = 6750 N.W. 15th Avenue Phone 691-6651
suffered March 7. H J. Benson pastor. The depu ar......M. ...... IIAllOU JOLLIVKTTK, Maaa ne
I tv of Dade County is asking all iiIiiiiiii: aw4.aMt rw ..
Atty. R. Williams of the Pythias to please bfe present

law department of Florida A Rev. E. J. Sheppard Sr. of ROM N.t Ita...... Realtor l'alnlt'H s OrflC'tTrrat"'tnt of
and M University and dramatic of Sharon Lodge No. 22 will
order of Knights, Omar was a 1 bring the message. dLwrr: .Federal. udgJE RUPTURE PILES
visitor at the Americana Hotel, The new court that Mrs CUll -
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Miami Beach March: &
set Mrs.
Chancellor Counsellor meet. Hend up)eylastooweek or, met March i IMch. Ronda .tatt'-Xo Rectal Diten-cs lost' lime Varicose Veins, Pro-
!11. -Discard" Truss
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College Students "SO" For Blue And THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.

White I SATURDAY, MARCH 16, 1963 PAGE 3

x Picket 2 Schools Keeping in accord with Pfdsl '
dent Kennedy's physical fitness I I' ::
, Two Miami Barber Colleges bers. program, members of the North Urban League Plans ,\ :
ffl were picketed Monday by Negro : Yvonne Everett, president of Dade Junior-Senior High School rYxo I
barber students in protest of student body plan to "make" ,1\
the
school's NAACP is 5
k chapter, 6 Training Programs
the operation of the schools. the leader of the demonstra the 50 mile hike Friday, March : .
The students asked that the tions. She said the 15. North Miami, Olus! Hollywood -
. following demands be met be 'started when the white picketing cashier and Dania are I listed along Proposals by Urban Leagues The presentations, recommending
: fore they go back to class: arrived. the route. in six cities for establishmentsof programs the League
REMOVAL of the white cash- Upon completion of the hike federally-sponsored trainingand believes most urgently neededin
'. ier and secretary from the The president of the school, North Daders hereby challenge
W.. Negro school at 195 NW 14th Belvin Friedson, said the cash- NWH, BTW, NMH, DJC, Mays, re-training "demonstra. the various communities are
Ier is his mother, who is alsoa MSH to exemplify their physical tion" programs in 'their com an outgrowth of Washington
St.CLASS days reduced from six partner in the business. She fitness. munities, under provisions of consultations held in February
five. was sent there after it was the Manpower Developmentand among UL officials (national
.} REDUCTION of "practical noticed that money was being ly on Monday; but the president Training Act of 1901, are and local) and Labor Depart
., work" (hair cutting) from six pilfered from the cash register, said it will remain open nearing completion for submis- ment representatives.Under .
''I i days a week to two, to avoid he said.
from now on, whether anyone sion later this month to U. S.
competition with regular bar. i The school was closed brief. comes or not. LaWar Department officials. provisions of the Act,
f the Federal Government !is empowered
I; I to select, approve and
" finance a number of demon.
4'II' stration projects, basing its ap
proval on proposals offered by
:: local community leadershipacross
J the country.

.: a 'u1 The six cities involved In the
an e
ti initial UL presentations are
it'i Akron, 0.; Atlanta, Marion, Ind.:
Milwaukee, Philadelphia and
( Providence, R. I. Local League
I, executives and staff from each
city along with Adolph Holmes,
NuL assistant director for Job
development and employment,
attended" the February sessions
+ I L_,. with Labor Department officials'

R, _)'\ e The UL is among the first
g ;4 b w voluntary community organizations
to propose setting up
these specific) demonstration
projects. They would be federally
4 financed, but conducted!
:
under the supervision of local
j' ULs, working In concert with
other civic organizations: pub
lic and voluntary.For .


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CLUB WOMEN PLAN FOR REGIONAL MEET HERE IN JULY
Liberty City try

The Southeastern Federationof Fabulous plans were made dent, Miami; Louise B. Taylor, derly, Cecella Lee, Marie Taylor CHEF BERNARD ENGLISH.
Colored Women's Clubs, Inc., for entertaining the Regional state president, Belle Glade; I, Mable McFadden, Esther
held its planning session, Sat Convention July 28-30, in Miami.
Algernon Bolen Ft. Pierce A.
Saunders
; Odessa James
urday Feb. 16, !in the Conven Among many plans were a post Georgia LUCKY STARRESTAURANT
tion Hall of the Hampton House. convention trip to Nassau. Houston, Belle Glade; Myrtle Rollins, Esther Scott, Mena
More than 75 women covering Mrs. Mamie Byrnes Reese Albany Davis, Miami; Daisy Muriel! Jackson, Ethel Peavy, E. Hoi.
nine states were in attendance. Gal. president, was pleas Miss Beach Alice Marie Moore Price, West, Wilhelmina Palm ton, Birdie Neal, Gertrude Per- ..1
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Georgia, Alabama Tennessee, ed with the results of the meet
Sands Simms Naomi ry, Miami L. Newkork, Ft.
Jersey Mary ;
Virginia, New New ing. Some of the women in the '
York Loulsana, South Carol1naNorth andFlorida above picture are Mesdames Troutman Eunice Clements, Annette, ,Margaret McNeal Ad., Brown Lauderdale, Ft.,Pierce.W. Moore, Louise 1294 N.W. 62nd St.
Carolina, Mississippi Mamie B. Reese, president;
Elizabeth Espy Curtis, presi- -
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& Q4 SATURDAY, MARCH, 16, 1963.r I Rev. Gibson Makes Pitch to _Demo Site Committee
-- - -
The Convention Bureau gavea The final decision will be Sumner Hutcheson Is also a
luncheon at..,,the Fontainebleau' made In)May at a meeting of the member- of' the local committee,
Hotel with key members of the Democratic: National' -Commit Tom F. Smith,. executive dl
Site Committee for the 1964 tee., rector of the Miami Beach Con.
Democratic National Conventionas Among the luncheon ,speakerswas vention Bureau, said the convention .
guests and the visitors were"terrifically the Rev. Theodore Gibson, would bring 15,000 to
impressed;" rector of Christ Episcopal 25,000 people ,to. Miami, and es
'",' Main orflle<< At 0740 N.W. I5IU"Avenue-Phone OX *.M2t: ' --Members of ,the committee Church and president of t. h e tima ted they would spend between .
'Branch at 1112 N.W< Third Ave.. Miami Florida-Pjbofte PR; ,82231fII. are investigating facilities of Miami chapter of the 'NAACP. three and five million
' those' cities that have Invited He told 'the group: dollars while they are, here:,
.r K. 8IOI8MUND REEVES, Kditor and publisher' the '' convention. Wednesday, "This city has the finest faclllties John M bailey ot! 1Jttrtfbrd,
::1 GARTH O. REEVKS: Managing Editor" they here ,In San Francisco, in the world for this Conn, t)DSmbfcfraUc atlbrtl
' / Thursday in Chicago Friday, in convention. it\is time for); your Chairman, .ahd William S. .Potter
;; ; Member of the Associated Negro :Press : ';' Detroit. Saturday ,they will be party to hold'"aUohal convention committee from

." ,,,,,, .Member.,_ of the National Newspaper. 1'nbllsherdAseoctationitc I '-r. 'Philadelphia; and next week. i Irt the South. show the Wilmington, Del.; said they were
L in' Atlantic faith of the party In the South." Impressed.
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-., .',.. at Miami, Florida, under-the act I of I .MMch8,1876.;.; Ml' > .'..)>'('I..*('- r' d lcatin-<<: Democracy""' is Panel+ l Theme I

1 "CREDO OP THE NEGRO PRESS" Jas. ,Conant In Dr. Vbuftgert Sr. school of mankind
beet world soclate to Dr. Eugene : as- a place
I'JItf NEGRO 11UCSS: believes that America can lead the
from racial and national antagonisms when it accords to every man the Study of the American High Chapter, AJ Committee's Execu where he who was a child
regardless of race, color or erred, his human and legal righto. Hatlii| School and recent consultantto tive Board, will serve as mod- begins his study of the rules
io man, fearing no num-the Negro Press strives to, help every man the Study for Quality BMUca. erator. by which he may become a citizen
Hit. the firm belief that nil men aro hurt as long as anyone is held tlon in Dade County, will be David B. Fleeman, presidentof in the republic of human
.
(
bnck..y understadlng.
the guest of the American jew- the local AJC Chapter, which
ish Committee at the third pro- recently celebrated Its 10th an Mrs. Robert L. Berger, chair.
TUESDAY'S ELECTIONTuesday's gram ,in its Challenge Series niversary, explained that the man of the series cordially Invites .
Wednesday, March 20, 8 at
p.m.
Interest of the American Jewish the public to attend. There
election was an improvement on the Primary the Eeverglades Hotel. Committee in education is a. Is a charge of $1.50 per person
although only 125,580 ballots were cast.. Interrogating Dr. Youngerton primary one and quotes Marc :l I and me Will tte served
will be well the topic 'Educating F o rDemocracy" Van Doren "Education is tha following the ttttietiiir
Ye Editor believes Dade County represented g;
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will be Rev. Edward ,-- ', -- .-...... ,
by those who were successful. There are two women Graham, member of the -
among successful candidates. Board of Trustees of the Florida .,
Normal and Industrial Memc<
Ye Editor believes he is viewing the sentiment of the rial College of St. Augustine, Dig A Wig!
general public in extending special congratulations to a and Virgil I. Pltstick, assistant
IQser Candidate Earl Carroll. Carroll was running professor and acting chairmanof
the Dept. of Human Relations GET HEP
against a very strong contestant The fact that Carroll at the University Miami.
polled 31,283 votes is something to be of. It is
proud a Stuart Simon, attorney and
matter of history in the political, life of the'Negro.in':Miami .member of the Greater Miami FALL IN STEPEVERYBODY'S
and' will be 'an incentive for the future political action. -
4 t; Congratulations also to the Dade' County Young DOIN'IT!

Queen Contest .._,.. ..
Democratic Association. There were seven winners among ."' ;!;f4"w >I "",". :
the 13 the association selected and supported. ,The public Is Invited to attend : ;./>,
the Queen's Contest Fri. ..fif.f:
The general contest between successful Democratic
day, March 22, 8 pm. at the 'I:1
:arid Republican candidates will take place on March 26. ,Masonic Temple, 1742 NW 3rd
Ave., sponsored bV Seminole
Chapter No. 17 OES.
Plans are being worked out for integrating the Dade Hattie Nottage, W. M.
'Classroom Teachers Association (white) and the ,Dade Alfred Coakley, W. P.

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Leaders of the groups hope to be matter settled before the school year ends in June.,' Why Pay Rent? '.

Pat L. Tornillo Jr., is president of the Dade Class-
Own and live
room Teachers Association and Emanuel Fryar Jr., president -

of the, Dade County Teachers Association. Rent Free


I I.,j $64 QUESTION I INQUIRE AT Coconut Grove Wig Salon

Ye Editor has been 'tasked on many occasions whyso 650 NW 17th Street 3214
few Negroes are among refugees coming from Cuba to Grand Avenue

Miami. The reply has always been: "That's the $"64 ques- r"II." " " .,II"II'j Coconut Grove 445.6122
tion." Maybe Fidel Castro Is treating them well or they NEWLY DECORATED APTS.

have no means of escape. 1 and 2 bedrooms

Now comes Andrew Ordono who escaped in a small City water, new lighting for .54th Street Center
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Herald. In one of these, Ordono writes: ment with new policies. Price 1079 N.W. 54th Street

"People think Fidel has the Negroes with him, but ment peeling with something new policies.nice.Priced See Miami
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that is not true. There is a mass division of Negroes and model apartment. Exclusivearea

whites in Cuba now. Many Negroes told me, they were for adults. Come see them. Complete financing Layiaway Plan
living rood until Fidel came along 'and started talking On bus line No. 15, Brownsville
about them. Now' they say l he has made enemies for them area. 2681 NW 50th St. Phone
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Mattiwilda Dobbs .'* 1 SATURDAY MARCH 16, '1963 PAGE 5
2 Miamians Win Religion: Fellowshios !

The Rev. Ralph M. Ross has having- lived at "3270 NW 45th. To ,Be HeardAt Say Russian i Weapons ,:,
;
received the Protestant Fellowship St. He is a student at the Interdenominational ljJ; I
Program' Award: it was Theological B-CC Bahamas IslanCharleg
announced by President NathanM. Center Atlanta, Ga. ,Found on
Pusey of Harvard University, Another Miamian, Robert J. Mattiwilda Dobbs, the much' r
chairman of the fund granting Lovett, 'is a recipient of the :,Ashman, p, Miami at- Tho trio visited Elttwu Cay
the fellowships.This same award. A 1962 graduateof loved American soprano; who torneyadbompanfefl, < by CypllSttevenso'n : on S ndayand"said they';Jound
Florida Normal and Indus. has spun a trail of music glory : *, regressive' Liberal
700 to 1,000 cartridges,
fellowship was given spent ,
as
one of 25 trial College, St. Augustine, Mr. literally, throughout the world Party Member, the .Bahamas
granted to outstand ,qty Which
House "great many were
Lovett is a student at Colgate Assembly, and t Henry
will be heard Wednesday March
ing Negro students in the Rochester Divinity School, N.Y. L. Taylor,. chairman, \ PLP, Russian"; fresh bullet holes in
United States and Canada. It is 20 at 8 in Moore Gym. 'that"
His Miami address is 2120 p.m. I reported Monday" they an unused lighthouse; 7.62 mm
,
a one year fellowship which NW G8th St., and his parentsare Mattiwilda Dobbs divides found ,a ,'quantity 'of' Russian Russian cartridges for."tike in
now
permits a student who is committed Mr. and Mrs. James Lovett., :arms ,on Elbow Cay, site of the the Tokarev semiautomaticrifle
to the parish ministryas I The Protestant Fellowship her time between the., United 'alleS kidnapping\ of, eight ; ,30 and 45 caliber cartridges -
a vocational goal to study at Program is an agency of the States and Europe, in somewhatof Cuban 'refugee' fisherrn r by ; shovels; ,part of -a'''pick
the college. or seminary of his Fund For Theological Education an International complex.She ,Castro. ; Commandos. ax, and, a recently-dug foxfire!
choice. > Y ,-, Inc. with headquarters in was born in Atlanta, Od., I They said 'at'B\\ press' confer Stevenson believes that the
The Rev. Ross is.i; a Miamians, Princeton, N. J. a receive elman Collegeand :ence that they discovered sev- colonial government has chosento
also the master of
eral exhibits on' the island, be silent 'on the matter. Ash-
arts degree ,from Columbia Uni
I which "proved conclusively'1that
man, who represents the families ,
64SLS !i8'r, 'v r3 Youth Hall ActivitiesThe versity. the Bahamian government's of the eight men, said he

Currently Miss\ Dobbs is the announcement that there'was will renew an appeal to Harold,
Phil Qssofor Says . children at Youth Hall reigning coloratura at the no evidence of kidnapping "wasa Wilson, head of the British Labor .
receive the volunteer servicesof State Opera in Hamburg where complete contradiction of the Party, to bring up the Issuein
she spends six months of each facts and was a grave injusticeto Parliament, and to demand a
The rapid advancement of bauticians from the Sunlight year. She goes to the Stockholm the eight men now in Cas full investigation in the Bahamas
Beauty College, under the direction Opera for guest appear tro's hands." Assembly.
women in the last 10 has
years of Mrs. Ella Moncur, ances and crosses the ocean for
been remarkable. As we look the Metropolitan each winter.
Beauticians Unit No.7, Mrs.
back one century, we find that Marlon Muldrow, president and I She is married to a Swedish
In many parts of the world women barbers from the Miami Barber' writer, has a home in Hamburg FORD REAL ESTATE SPECIALSWe

were little more than chat. College of which Robert PrimusIs where she is the leading lyric
tels, and even In America, the manager-director. These coloratura soprano of the State have 'over 350 homes for' sale in Liberty City.
where their status had taken groups give of their time and Opera, and a villa on the romantic Manor Park and Opa-locka. We arrange all financ-
strides services in order to cut, wash island of Majorca where ,
great they had no voting ,ing.
rights. I and style the hair of the many she spends all of her summers.
youngsters who weekly anxiously DOWN PAYMENTS STARTS AT $100 :
Today throughout the world I, await their coming. Making ,.,
women are participating In bus. I I the children conscious! of their 1-3121, NW 67th Street $100 down. $20 week
Iness, in politics and even in re' personal appearance is a step Hear Ye Hear Ye : .
ligion in which field they had In the right direction and sets :.21511, NW 42nd Street $250 down., (
no voice at all 100 years ago. the stage for more partlclpa- Carver Chapter No. 103 OESis
We now have licensed women :Ion in all the other activities celebrating its 8th anniver- 2, CBS houses on one lot. Good income property f,

ministers. offered by the volunteer pro sary Sunday, March 17, 3 p.m. f ,Ask, for ,Milton( for this one.
gram. I at Sailer's Chapel AME Church
Recently I read a news : NW 27th Ave. and 48th St. All 3--3069, Plaza St., Coconut Grove $695 down
article stating that the Shah of Blanche Calloway executive members of the Masonic Familyare 2 CBS homes on 1, lot Live rent free. '
Iran had granted Iranian women director of WMBM Community invited.
the right to vote. In this Service Foundation gratefully ':4: =:1910, NW 49th Street $300 down;
day, when thanks all interested people in Lillian Pleasure W.M. "
commentators have Mrs. S. ; Brand 3-bedroom CBS home. :,
new
this community who are helpIng '
spoken of the possibility of a Miss Lillie M. Colson, secretary;
woman president in the future, to carry out a successful 13ro. L. K. Graves, W. P..;' Rev. Move right in. No qualifying. Call Maury for this
this item must have drawn little volunteer program. II. D. Benson, pastor.Do :one.
attention. However, to" me, the .. ''
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Shah's pronouncement struckme 5-22345 SW 117th Place, Goulds, Fla. ,.
with great force, for I realized under the protection of God. Brand new: 4-bedroom home $200 down"
that here was prophecy Therefore, it is not becomingthat not bite at the bait of
fulfilled. man the noblest of creatures pleasure till you know there is 6-2124 NW 47th Terrace $400' down
should observe and insist no hook beneath it. Thomas
4 bedroom 1 bath CBS home. FHA
terms
One hundred years ago Daha'> upon distinction betweenthe Jefferson. ,
u'llah, the Prophet-Founder of sexes. Woman's lack of pro- .. .. Wall to wall carpeting'
the Baha'i World ----- ----- --------- .
Faith who was gress and proficiency has been _x
born in Iran, proclaimed as one due to her need of equal education SPECIAL!
of the basic principles of His and opportunity. Had she 1 bedroom apartment for rent $15 week.
Faith that there must be equal. been allowed this equality thereIs "
ity between men and women. no doubt she would be the JK12 Rugs Cleaned $"09 780 N.W. 55th Street

What is remarkable about this counterpart of man in abilityand Shampooed on premises 5.09
proclamation Is the fact that the capacity.The 12\15 Rugs cleaned 5.00 1' '' '
Iranian women of that time We are open every nite til 8 p.m.
wore veils and had events of the past 100 Shampooed on premises 8.00
practically .
aind
We SaturdaY' Sunday ,
no rights whatsoever. years have borne out the truthof Upholstery, } cleaned, dyed 5.50 I are open
these statements. It is befit. Chairs 3.50 I
Baha'u'llah emphasized and i ting that in the year 1063, the Couches 7.50) dyed 0.50
established the equality of men 100th anniversary of both the Ford Realty Inc.
and women in religion for the Emancipation Proclamation and CALL FR 4-0502 ,
first time. He said that In the I Baha'u'llah's public declaration
vegetable and animal kingdoms as a Manifestation from God, We pick up and deliver 569 N.W. 54th Street PL 7.2559
there can be found should record such an event
complete as
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f;;;,{ Cwest Club Holds THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.

SATURDAY, MARCH 16, 1963 PAGE 7

Regular Meeting:
\

The Cwest Club held Its regular Personal Mention '
meeting on Tuesday, March
5 at the home of Mrs. Eddie C.
Daniels who - - - - - - - - - - - - -
was gracious hos
I ,
tess.The If there were ever any i :Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Peter-
meeting was called to doubts of the arrival of the Jet son and two children, Glenda
order by the president, Mrs. M. Age, such doubts were dispelled and Phillip Jr., left last Thurs-
Athalie Range and the regular by a recent experience of day night for Johnston S. C.
business was transacted.We Mrs. Flora Casey, manager of where they attended the funeral
the Miami branch of Fuller: of Mrs. Peterson's father, Derry
are happy to have Mrs.D. Products. Glenn who died March 3 aftera
A. Julius with us again. She prolonged Illness. Mr. Glenn is
has been out of the city for Last Sunday at 835: a.m. Mrs. survived by a wife, Bernice,
quite some time. Casey boarded a National Jet seven daughters and two sons
After the meeting the hostess at Miami's Airport for New Orleans The Gleans reside at 128
served a delicious menu. The ((800 miles away). At 0:15: Bland St., Johnston.
table setting was beautiful. (CST) she stepped off the planeIn The Petersons are expected
New Orleans. From 2 to 5 back home next Wednesday.
Mrs. Julius thanked the hos she attended her company's
less for the group. Southern Area meeting, and
banquet. At 0:20: she boarded a
:. .. Members present: Mrs. Mat jet for home and was back in
M. tie Barkley, Elizabeth Curtis, Miami at 9:0d: the same Sunday
Eddie Daniels, Myrtle Davis, night.In .
I Hundreds Attend Sunlight DedicationMr. Blanch Dean, Carrie Johnson, 1
Ova Klllens, Ruth Polite, Lu less than four hours (traveling AN
and Mrs. D. A. Julius and mistress of ceremonies, cile Riou, Winifred Thompsonand time) she traveled more
greeted hundreds of their many came to Sunlight as a national. Annie Mae Twine. than 1600 miles.
students, both past and presentand ly and Internationally renown Bessie D Slater, reporter CSERVICE
friends last Sunday at the
official dedication of the new hair stylist. She studied In Paris. Mrs. Maryland J. Duller, William Pinder Sr.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfonso ,
home of Sunlight Beauty School. Recognition Day At
Mrs. Perry corresponding
the Harmon of Miami and Professional. Piano Tuner
The Rev. Murtis McDowell of secretary of Alumnae As. her two sons, Edward and Alfonso And! Repairer
the Church of the Open Door, soclation, was the first Negro County HomeOn : left recently to Join her
delivered the dedication pray. beauty Inspector for the Stateof husband Simeon, in Frankfort, 1935 N.W. 153rd St.
er. I Florida. Her appointment was Sunday Recognition Day Germany. They will live there Opa-Iocka
brought into being as a direct will be observed at the Dade for about 2% years. Phone MU 8-3770
Sunlight Beauty School has result of the efforts of Mr. and County Children's Home In
moved Into a large, bright, spa. Mrs. Julius.It .I Kendall. The principal address
cious building after 27 years of will be delivered W.
by Judge
was very inspirational to Investigate Without Obligation
being on the ground floor. _That R. Culbreath who will be presented
see the stride toward success
with the continued educational
training received by the teach. embodied in the Sunlight School by Richard Price
ers contribute largely to the new surrounding and .the many Alfonso Williams will conduct Care-Craft School for Nurses Aids
high standard of the graduate friends wish them continued recognitions and Rev. Ernest
cosmetologists.Mrs. success. Hutcheson will offer prayer
and benediction. Fall and Winter Classes Now FormingTen
The Sunlight Beauty School
Brown instructor
Dorothy
The Senior Choraleers will be
was In the first graduatingclass owners attribute their successto Weeks Course Day or Night
and has taught In the the support of students and conducted by George Jones and
the Glee Club by Mrs Mettle
friends of the community and
school since then.
REGISTER NOW
throughout Florida. Brown Robert Brown will give
Mrs. Ella Moncur, instructor the vote of thanks.,
:i Shown at/oe are Mrs. Dorothy Several of the children will 141 N.E. 3rd Ave., Rm. 120.4 FR 9.7357
Brown, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Julius he appearing on the program.
and Mrs. Ella Moncur You are cordially invited.
Attention! All


TuskegeansSaturday Public Hearing
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night at 8 o'clock
the regular meeting of the Charter AmendmentsThe
Tuskegee Alumni Club will be
held at Tuskegee Miami head. Miami 'City Commission ,. '
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quarters, 4200 NW 7th Ave. A will conduct a public hearing at t Enjoy the ; ,
regional report will be made 8 p.m March 14 to ,air the pros
plus other bXislness of Impor and cons of the proposed charter .
tance. amendments as suggestedby sunny morning flavor of

Sunday at 10:45: a.m all Tus its charter review commit. ...,:. .i
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John's Baptist Church, 1329 NW I' The hearing will be at the Sf '
3rd Ave, for a group visitationat commission chamber at Munch ,
11 a.m. service at the invitation pal Justice Bldg., 1145 NW 11th :
of John C. Capers. St. Charles Lockhart is the J&henl ;':; ?

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-;-( "THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. Hearing at Bee Nat'. Alumni. President

PAGE! 8J_ SATURDAY, MARCH 1'6' '1963: Edison HighThere (
Miami :
Speaks to ChapterBethune
will be held at the Miami .

Edison High School on Cookman" College mater. President Frink.spoke of
Monday, March 18, 8 p.m a pub- National Alumni Association the future plans of the national
1 lic hearing of the Dade consist County President John S. Frink ad- organization and ,urged the sup-
Legislature delegation of the Miami chapter.
ing of Senator Herrell, Repre- dressed an informal gatheringof port
Faircloth and Mat Miami Alumni Wednesday Miami
sentatives chapter
March 6. at the home president,
thews and Democratic and Re- of evening Alumna, Alice Clapp.. ,He Crawford, speaking for the Mi-
candidates.At 'ami Alumni
a publican congratulated Miami Chapter pledged the continued
all school offs Aurora Crawfordand support of the ,national
this time, president,
all
organization by alumni
dials, PTA presidents and other the Miami alumni for the in
the .Miami
area., She also
out
Interested civic-minded citizensare the chapterhas
splendid progress
lined 'the future of the
cordially invited to attend made since its 'reorganiza- chapter,
questionsand in October of' last' He which include a program for
this meeting. Many tion :year. the
issues will be explained by wished the chapter continued helping culturally deprived
children in
our state officials as well as explanations progress and promised the sup our community.
of the political action port of the National :Associa-. Plans are to conduct several
WONDER HOW many Miami Pepsi-Cola; Clarence Morgan, programs of many of the tion. Saturday morning group meetings .
fight fans remember when Sonny Metal Arts; Cecil Boston, educational and civic groups in composed of culturally deprived -
Liston's trainer, Willie Reddish I da Jones High principal our community President Frink's remarks children, giving them
fought at Dorsey Park for coming FSTA prexy; orlan'j _. centered. around the "New the opportunity to learn and
Willie "Duke" SlaterReddish GItfeon: Peace Corps '; Look" of the national organization participate in such activities as
was a big heavyweight and Gilbert Porter, FSTA exec sec'Y I since the appointment of sports, dancechUdren's theater
fought Bear Cat Obie and Elmer Comedian Timmie (Oh HOW CRUEL! executive secretary, Carver etc.The
"Violent" Ray here . Floyd Yeah!) Rogers and songbird Portlock. Mr. Portlock, who was next general meeting of
Patterson is looking real sharpin Phyllis Branch caught the Ramsey Comet and Jet are the namesof appointed in September, has the Miami chapter will be held
his drills at Tropical Park Lewis Trio opening Tuesday two admirably black dachshunds made tremendous strides in di- Saturday, March 23 in the homeof
and the smart money boys are nlte . The cafeteria boy. owned by Mr. and Mrs. recting the national organization Alumna Rosalind Scipplo,
saying this -next fight will bea cott at BTW has been resolved.It William Littles. The Littles' toward its role of indepen- Coconut Grove, beginning at 5
lot different from the first seems the main gripes were yard is fenced in. These two dent support and guide for almo p.m.

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;JAZZ BUFFS are really getting enough time to eat. Friday for the sport of it
their kicks/out at Hampton we suppose, somebody fired a
House where the Gentle Men slug into Jet's hip and he had LIBCITYDRIVEIN
of Jazz, the ,Ramsey Lewis Triois It is the paradox of life that to spend sometime In the hos-
knocking' 'em dead. Lewis the way to miss pleasure is to pital.How.
piano stylings are sensationaland seek it first-Hugh Black. cruel can some folk\ beT THEATRE
Eldee Young on bass and I
cello is possibly ,the best in his
field Red Holt on drums OX 1.7959 22nd, Ave. and 69th St.
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rounds out a group that is the
zenith In progressive Jazz. Their THIS is YOUR OPPORTUNITY]
"Fly Me to The Moon" is strict. I NOW SHOWING
ly out of space PREPARE FOR
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HOLLYwooD pfsvimN iGACIlUl8N1
iCIVIL SERVICE
OUR CONGRESSMEN Dante of a new firet-run fun.hitl
Fascell and Claude Pepper are I
hammering: away in washington JOBS \
on the impact of the Cuban ir
refugees on the economy and t1 .J"IiiiiiiI
employment situation of Dade i -' /1 j AND ASSURE YOURSELF :
County. Although this Is the .
height of the season, there is LIFETIME SECURITY ,
as much or more unemploymentamong (MEN-WOMEN |
Negroes as during the 18To50
summer months We feel that
Grammar school tvfficltnt
for
there is immediate need for an 1 Mother
|obi. Rtcttvt full needs a
accelerated resettlement pro many Information Eyet1j boy
gram. on how to gt o gov'l. dawn It.want to get
lob. Keep your present lob but Pap lines
whir training. name d-un Eddie .,

OLIVIA EDWARDS, wife of ; ". MXKI HUMAN Mima W MM* beau\ ". 1 blonde
Earl Carroll's campaign manager up a h'Sticated A..
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has been hospitalized . ,. an ultra\ 50t
Charles Kelly is down from No 5trikeoAutomatic brunette and a ,.
New York to visit his parentsin Pay Raises No LOyofh I 't edhead \ .... I
their new 67th St. home for Sick teavo tlV" friends ermonudear '
Paid t
. Harold "Red"Holmes Me
a 'few days has Just returned from Paid Vacation with* Pay J Pandora ....tit,,,19/tfs the fuse! '
Saigon where he completed his All Holiday hdhhe110
20-year-hitch In the Army and Key
Training of So. Fla.
All1' Force. lie's back home to North Miami Beach, Fla.
look around and decide whetheror Phone Wilson 5-5415 .Gold.Mayer
not to stay. (I Suite 31, lllo X.E. 163rd St. s R.. .
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show for Opa-locka at teenagers Bunche TODAY I City.........................,.......... State ................ Qt

Lanes. Twisting' begins at 7:30: Phone No.HAMPTON. ..............................................._ 1"ttsI ,:i 'N
for a 50 cents tab . AmericanRed \. >.::$:. .
Cross holds Open House ..'
Tuesday March 26 at 5020 Bis- ;: ,,
cayne Bf:vd. 1 to 3 p.m. . The vr Ecw-eS "" ,>.,..::;. '
local Sigma Omicron chapter of 0. ", r( y
Alpha Chi Pi Omega beauticians < ,r Y', '
1 sorority ,are making big Father 1''{ ." ,.
plans for their national conven CLUB
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2124. Beauticians, beauty school HOUSEPRESENTS
owners and teachers from 45 Glenn
cities throughout the U. S. will FORD -Shirley JONES
attend. Louise Mitchell is basl-
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BEEN IN'TOWN for the State AAt'\AA\ 1 DYKE.JOHNG4Y. ,
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j,.'I oven, corner lot. Awnings, $1.50
hardwood floors mod. & admission
very
Saturday $2.00 EV tisooY VloiCr
Adro.
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Come and! look. No alcoholic beverages
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: THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA.
]Student Leaders To ,

Looking The, Sports World' [ Over Hear SATURDAY, MARCH 16, 1P63 f 4 PAGED
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"Progress. ..,.- ; .o:1iIJ4 "1'
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By/ LEO D. .ARM-, BRisTER, ," ,' "'' > AgainstDiscrimination" .... Iv.

," CLYDE KILLEN'S KNIGHT BEAT PRESENTS *


I Good Sport Breaks Down : ., z lasTYo Forco n a z--' ;

High school student leaders

Ugly Wall, of Tradition will the,Hear Reduction a "Progress in.Discrimina Reportoh '

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Mississippi State University lations'announced that'he'would tion" at the regular monthly ,, ,
withdrew its basketball team permit the trip, "unless hindered -, meeting of the Intergroup Youth ;
from,the, Evansville, Ind.. InvitatIonal by competent authority, Council sponsored; by: the Na- '
tournament In 1956 'because :: GQV, Ross ,Barnett offered a tional ''Conference' of Christiansand ,
it was so Infuriated with mild bar to the trip :Put stated\, Jews., %
the ,Supreme 'Court. desegre. .* It '
don decision. Ities:was. up to the college,authorr Tho'meetlnF: will be,' held on %
to decide,
Monday, March, 5:30 8 '
Though very unpopular with The board met and voted 8-3 18r : to p.m.
in the
community auditorium of
the players;;, students end most In favor of the trip.
sportswriters, who Voiced their This does Temple Israel of Greater Miami. : ,'.
sentiments loud and strong It not necessarily W. W. Matthews hr
mean that integration has come assistant
became the unwritten law thatno to of Dade ,
Mississippi. Those favoring superintendent County -
MSU team would play in a the trip were more than likely Schools will report on develop-
tournament that Included desegregated interested in seeing Ole Miss ments in public education.
teams. being spotlighted in the honor James Whitehead, executive director -
Once again Ole Miss has produced they so honestly deservehowever of the Greater Miami
a creditable basketball or whatever the reasoning Urban League, will discuss the
team ((21 victories, 5 ConferenceChampions defeats) it must be noted that good sports progress made In reducing discrimination
in fact Southeastern
was an integral part of the in employment.Paul .
and with this distinction bringing together
of the
goes a trip to the NCAA sites. oppo- Slederman, chairman of
basketball tournament in East the Board of Trustees of the '', .
Lansing, Mich., ironically their HILL RUSSELL IS THE Florida Anti-Defamation League { '
opponents will be Loyola of GREATEST TO FELLOWRASKETBALLER8 will discuss the situations relating \ !:.' ,
Chicago, which has four Ne- to various types of public .:1:;, t.?; Pr f ;
groes, one white player on Its accomodations. t ,
first string. Bill Russell's unanimous elec- "
One state college board member tion as the Basketball Player of Delegate meml/ers of the AND
yelled that such a game I the Year by the players against Intergroup Youth Council have
been asked to invite Interested HIS'
whom he has
would be "the greatest chal- put up such-':a
of life since stiff defense, illustrates clearly nonmembers to attend the
lenge to our way .
the Reconstruction." how valuable a defensive player meeting. There is a one dollar 'INTERNATIONALLYFAMOUS'
President D. W. Colvard after is to a team although Wilt charge for supper and reserva-
checking with his trustees and Chamberlain dwarfs Russell in tions may bo made by callingthe
receiving a signed petition of the:scoring department, Russellled NCCJ office, FR 3-7658.
3,000 students and being hounded by a large margin the four Peter Cogen, Miami Beach 4
by numerous alumin assoc- other players, Elgin .Baylor, High School senior, will ,pre-
Bob Pettit Oscar Robertson
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ORCHESTRAMarch
side at the .
_.-. end Jerry West on the 1963 program.It
NBA All Stars.

KXCELSIOUETTES IN This was the third straightyear is the part of the wise man 15-16-17 2 shows nitely
WOMEN'S TOURNEY that Russell has been nam to resist pleasures, but of a
When the Women's City Tour ed the Player of The Year and foolish one to be a slave to them
nament gets rolling March' 24 the all-star center. I -Epictetus.WANTED. First show 9:30 to 12:30 Second show 1-4 a.m""
at Tropical Lanes several'members -
of our own Excelsiorettes Advance $3.00- the door $3.50

league will be there to give us Everyone attending first show must' be out in "time'
good representation. In previous
years Negro women bowlers for second show
never ventured on to this type
t.7 ::: ::: $:;
we
of rugged competition; so
think congratulations are In COUNT BASIS MATINEEFOR
order for these ladles for 100 Used TV'sANY
and do
wish carrying them the much banner luck. we THE WHOLE FAMILY

Bowling in singles and Adults and teenagers welcome
doubles will be Ruby Garland CONDITIONFR
and Dessie Rlchburg; Ola Mae Sunday, March 17 from 2130 to 5s30
Phillips and Carrie Peaks: Mar-
garet Hubbard and:Mildred Phil)' 9-0900 Admission Advance $1.50'Door $2.00

lips.The team entrants are Bessie No alcoholic beverage to be sold
,
RichWurg: Ruby Garland, Ola
Mae Phillips, Carrie Peaks and ;.:

Mary Alice Smith. FINEST SELECTION IN MIAMILOVEL COMING NEXT WEEK

CLAY FAILS WITH

DECISION rilOPIIECY py Casius- WINS Marcellus Clay HOMES OPENLOW ,

coup not fulfill his daring pre-
diction of knocking out tough
Doug Jones Wednesday night. LOW DOWN PAYMENTSEZ : T Tj
The talkative Clay, who sold TERMS LESS THAN RENT

, York's himself Madison to a full Square house In Garden New -0- :

, could do no better than win'a 1467 NW 53rd Street
decision over Jones. This how-
ever was good enough to give Gorgeous CBS, 2 bedrooms each side. Duplex. "Live
vent to talk about an elimina- rent free/ $800 down. No closing costs.
tion bout that will eventually
give the young prophet of the --0--
ring a chance at the heavyweight
title. 1720 NW 54th Street

The experience gained with 5 bedrooms, 2 baths, porch, in A-l shape. No qualifying

Jones help will Clay no make doubt up do his muchto mindas no waiting, low down payment, low monthly

to how ready he Is for the payments.

heavy boys. --0-

A 2 a J ea
1000 NW 75th Street
She h a f* 30
years experience Huge corner house, 2 baths and huge Fla. room.

He a success In Newly decorated. $13,000 total., $400 .down, $80 'per'
'- life. Have a month.- Partly furnished. Stove.and.refrigerator.
happy home, get .. -" -' -
the position -0- THE .ASIN'ATIONS''
you want, get 773 NW 78th StreetNo
out of the rut
"MAMA) DIDN'T
by the help of qualifying on this gorgeous, fully furnished'!, like LIE".

God. Let my new duplex. Two bedrooms. Live rent free. !' .
years of experi-
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ence help you REGULAR SUNDAY
MATINEEStarts
in business and
InVork, In 3342 Thomas Avenue
love. (Coconut Grove) .t 6 p.m. The place to see and be seen on Sun.

Your psychic Closed and all day friends Wed.for and 30 Like new CBS, huge 3-bedroom, 2 baths, hardwood tffss&sCLYDE
years.
will be at the biff home, 5417 floors, tile roof, Florida room. No qualifying. Move
R.'V. 17th 8U, Hollywood, Fla. right in. $500 down. Reduced'' price. 1iP .W COMING!

Healing meeting every Wednes- _ ..
day night.
CALL IN PERSON -, NIGHT IN NASSAU
KlltENsIK
Madam Hunter NEWS REALTY .
JOHN HOT J I IKMGSTBlAl "so
1657 NW 73rd St. Coming Sunday, April
Miami, Fla. (The Broker That Works For You) 'J

Sunday hours daily 1030 10.to a.m.to'2 p.m.'8 Office p.m. 4600 NW 7th Avenue PL 4-0655 Harlem Square Ballroomll <

Licensed by state and county Sunday
Reading daily. (Open )

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. Marines to Form CORE Meets Cannonball

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UNIVERSITY FOR CAPE . Platoon"The

I ; Space .Era Demands Changes United States Marine M

Corps, sixth reserve and Recruit L _
TALLAHASSEE -The Space South 1 Fl Florida". ment District, Marine Corps Recruiting
Era Education Study recommended CREATE a new system of Substation, 14 NE 1st s .
sweeping changes In two-year colleges in education Ave., Ainsley Bldg., room 1403 x.t
Florida's system of higher education hungry sections of the stateto is accepting applications for 75
Monday, Including a new fill the 'gap between junior Dade County young men to :
.' aniversity in the Cape Canav colleges and universities (Pen- train at Parris Island, S.C. for _ _ _
eral area.Among. sacola should tree the first one, the Marine Corps
but at least are needed
other recommendations before 1070 and 10 by 1980.) On June 25, shortly after
of the committee were: LAUNCH a statewide pro graduation, the group, which
EXPAND Florida Atlantic gram for oceanographic education will be known as the "Orange
University at Boca Raton to a and research.Dr. Bowl Platoon," will leave Miami'
regular four-year university In Ralph McDonald of Washington together..
: stead of the experimental two- D. C., author of the final
Institution also recommended im The recruiter for the U. S.
,i t year now planned. report,
TAKE the Board of Controlout mediate strengthening of research Marine Corps says that only_75
from under the political and graduate programsIn can serve in this group. Men : I
State Cabinet and give it full math and engineering at Fla. are being accepted on the first ,
of Florida. come, first served basis until
administrative control over universities State and University
similar to board of The study suggested addi- the quota reached. There is an
trustees in California, North tional spending of 265 million advantage in enlisting with
from CORE'S album Sit-
neighbor or friends, he NEW YORK Julian "Can- songs
Carolina and Michigan.IMMEDIATELY dollars on top of the Board of your
acid a college Control's 248 million budget re said. nonball" Adderley (left) leaves in Songs of The Freedom Rid

engineering at University of quest for the next two years. Contact can be made by going his saxophone temporarily durIng Label.ers produced A song on the booklet Dauntless with
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FR 91281. York City's Birdland to sing accompanies the record which

B along with CORE field secre- I Is available in at $3.95 a copy
\. C tary Jerome Smith. The two from CORE, 38 Park Row, New
False pleasure will be, Is, try harmonizing one of the York, N.Y.
chastened; it has no right to beat
peace.-Mary Baker Eddy.

AUTO RADIATOR SERVICE year to receive payments even
SOCIAL SECURITY though he has worked under
Meet your friends at social security for only a short
1 Hour Service Credit
-'- AvailableWHILE period of time.
\'OUV IT CAL'S LOUNGE ANDRESTAURANT e ** a *. For example, men who become
65 of or women
years age
Come in for free checkup who reach the age of 62 in 1963

8 POINT SYSTEM Food at its best 1 -o))1""'lt-.l51 o-- JAI need only 3 years of work under
e Remove Radiator From Rack Flush Engine Block social security In order to
You have tried the rest wenn e.st.o.wau..rAFTER
Car Check water pump & hoses qualify for benefits.
the best
Now
e Clean and Rod Radiators Test Radiator for Leaks try Under the present law, men
e Test Thermostat and and Repair Continuous service from 6 a.m. WORKING YEARS, as well as .women can retire
Pressure Cap Paint and Install Radiator to 1 a.m. SOCIAL SECURITY PAYS when they are 62. Persons who
e All Work Guaranteed 6010 N.W. 22nd Ave. RETIREMENT BENEFITSAre retire before reaching the age
COMPLETE STOCK OF REBUILT RADIATORSOPEN NE 3-9316 you one of thousands of of 65 receive a reduced benefit.
Americans nearing retirementage Benefits are higher now thanin
7 A.M. TO 5 P.M. MON. THRU SAT.
Owned and operated by
the past, and it Isn't neces-
? If so, E. B. Blonston, Social
6200 N.W. 27th Ave. Dial OX 1-2221 James and Nellie Security District ManagerIn sary to stop work entirely to
Miami North, wants to re receive them. However, payments
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do not begin automatically -
. T't mind you of the Benefits for
.. which you may be eligible. ; you have to apply for them.
Because of changes in the This is why Mr. Blonston urges
law during the past year or so, all men and women who are approaching -
it is possible for a person retirement age to get
,J I reaching retirement age this in touch with the nearest dls-
. I I f ., tric office. The district officein
r Miami North is located at 234
t' NE 79th St.
t .oJ:': DR. M. RADIN
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t yi y, ,'i, t J'j<. Obstetrics and around town

i ..,, It, General Practice AT
1159 NW 3rd Ave. CHEF BERNARD ENGLISH

Phone 374-1413 LUCKY STAR
Open daily 0:30: 1 p.m.

71de1essr :5-8 p.m. RESTAURANT

1294 N.W. 62nd St.




,is the BIG DIFFERENCE I BARKLEY'S CUT-RATE STORE

{ I '"TilE FRIENDLY STORE WITH THE WARM WELCOME"\

j I 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376
in ELECTRIC COOKING j..J

Dolls from $3.08 to $U.o8 Old<< Spice Cologne
Blench and Glow Cream 75* For Men $1.23
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Straightening Congrstatd Room
r Combs 79* to $2.98 Vaporizer reg. $2, only $1.89
"FLAMELESS"means CLEANER: : COOLER, a r Hair Coloring 35* to $1.25 Royal, Keno and Po-Ke-No

FASTER, SAFER. Good reasons why more than
TOYS AND GIFTS, FOR ALL OCCASIONSOPEN
I million
a Florida families have "switched" to

;' electric cooking. It's the only really modern wayl! --_.. DAILY AND SUNDAY 8 A.M. to 10 P.M.

. No flame, no fumes, no constant-burning pilot JOHN A. McMINN, Owner
light. No sooty, grimy by-products of combustion -

t ..BO pots and pans keep shiny-bright':..
t the whole kitchen stays cooler and "white-glove" L

,. 1 clean. New super-speed surface and units
oven
shorten cooking time.Automatic controls let you Central Life Insurance Co.of Florida

t cook meals to perfection without'pot-watching.

In ELECTRIC "YOUH FltlKNDLY COMPANY"
cooking top- f.
'' rang utensils art In direct con* tis' MODERN AND ATTRACTIVE POLICIES
.1 j a ;, cF a ' tact with heating element The ; FROM
heat quickly goes into the food $1,000.00 UP TO $50,000.00

t Set the new Electric Range at yourafpliant dealer -not the Kitchen. Whole Life Endowment Educational

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j . .' fN; /Iiaziitlameless In F FLAME cooking,the wasted REPRESENTATIVES AND BRANCH OFFICES
.:;,: t ? {f. ? hIt at t1hatsPh"'s"' up around the STATEWIDE IN FLORIDA AND ALABAMACall
:''"'ih llttl the kitchen
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ST MATTHEW'SThe THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.
t' 1
president, Mrs. Fox, officers SATURDAY, MARCH 16, 1963 PAGE 11
and members of the BYPU
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extend an Invitation to the
general public to attend every -
Sunday afternoon at 6:45.: T
Everything will be very Inter
esting. These ;young people are
doing a great work. One of the
highlights of the evening will E
lie the story hour. The subject, k
leading up to Easter is, "The .aMl
Day Christ Died." We will give
you an eye-witness account.
This is a story we are sure you 1P
would like to hear. So come out,
won't you? Thank you In advance -
F
i Rev. N. F. Clark, pastor; Rev.J. w v a
E. Munroe, supervisor; Miss
I Cox, president; Verllne Smith,

reporter. t

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II Mt. Tabor() -Observes Woman's Day! I I Rev.This William Roena Sunday Parlin P. Savoy morning, clerk, minister the


Annual Woman's Day will be Maxwell, moderator; panelists: guest speaker will be the Rev.

observed on Sunday, March 17 Mrs. Alene Guinyard, Mrs. Samuel George, pastor of the a.-.m&.i.l. '.-...___ -
at the Liberty Square Community Helen Stubbs, Mrs. Myrtle Davis Ascension Chapel Church In Ft. GLORIA II. ROBINSON
Center auditorium. The Mrs. Inez Fryson and Mrs. Lauderdale. Rev. Savoy at that BEATRICE WALDRON
day which all of us have anticipated Clora Pearsall. time will tte the morning speak.
has come. er at the Ascension Chapel. Providence M. B. ChurchTo
All friends are Invited to wor Sunday afternoon will mark Rev. Savoy will be back to con-
ship with us beginning with the the close of our Baby Contest. duct the evening service of wor

morning worship service at 11 An interesting program has ship. Have Woman's DayNew
a.m. been planned.Mrs. Condolences to the bereaved
family of the late Mrs. Arabella Beach.
Guest speaker will be the Ethel Wilkinson, general Anderson, whose funeral will Providence Missionary West Palm for the evening
well know personality and ar chairman, is making a special be held at the church on Saturday Baptist Church, 760 NW 53rd The speaker Mrs. Gloria Robinson.
will Wi
dent civic leader Mrs. Athalie plea that you plan to spend the at 3 p.m. St. will hold its third annual Is Invited to attend.
Range. Guest choir will lib from day with the women of Mt. During the Season of Lent, Woman's Day, March 24. Mrs.Everyone Maybelle Anderson is
Mt. Zion Baptist Church and Tabor. we are having a Joint midweek Mrs.
will be chairman of Woman's Day;
The morning speaker
St. James AME ushers board services with neighboring
No.2. "Look on us We have come churches in the community. Mrs. Beatrice Waldron of Roan- Emma Clemmons, co-chairman,
thus far by faith." Last Wednesday evening at 8 oke Missionary Baptist Church, I Rev C. J. Burney, pastor.

Sunday evening program will o'clock we worshipped with ,
feature panel discussion with Shiloh Baptist Church, Rev. A..
outstanding guest panelists from BAHA'I ASSEMBLYMrs. M. Griffin, pastor, at Grace JORDAN GROVE M. B. ANTIOCH BAPTIST
churches all over the city. These Presbyterian. This coming Wed
64th Street
include Mrs. Dorothy Newton Barltora George, teacherat nesday we will worship with Rev. C. H. Smith, Pastor 1899 NW
O. W. Foster pastor
Rev. ,
Sis Ella K. Wright, reporter
Earllngton Heights Elemen- them at Shlloh. This Is Indeedan
tary School, will speak at the enjoyable occasion that de Jordan Grove, the friendly Sunday services will Us in
MT. CALVARY BAPTIST Baha'is Center, 137 NW 11th serves our support. church where you are always charge of The youth
Ave., 8 p.m. Sunday, March 17. welcome, Invites all our friends.. will render user and song ser
Rev. E. M. Thomas, pastor Her talk, which is based on the ST. BARNABAS W. M. members of those who wish us vices Sunday morning.. The No.
Phyllis Myers, reporter book written by Stanwood Cobb, well to come on Sunday March 1 ushers and the No. 2 choir
will be "Tomorrow and Tomor I Rev. E. A. Culmer, pastor 17 and the spirit of God will serve Sunday night.
Sunday was a big day for the row." The public is cordially In- Mrs. S. Dawkins, reporter with enjoy our homecoming
youth of our church, It was vited to attend.TEMPLE Morning worship was led by also we will have a table spreadthat There will be a dinner saleat
Youth Day. A day which the the pastor. He preached from you might eat. This is our the parsonage Saturday night
children had long since await.ed. Isaiah 435: theme, "Fear not, first homecoming and the pub March 16 starting at 7 p.m.
They had been preparingfor for I am with thee." Our pastoris lic is cordially invited to attend.On .
their Youth Day for some BAPTIST getting better and better. He last Sunday we had good Tickets are now on sale for
time. out of his soul, and with the straw ride to Virginia Key
Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor preached service all day beginning Beach on March 30. Corrected(
everyone was blessed spiritually. baptism, for Sunday School we
Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock The Male Chorus, under the The No. 1 choir furnished had our missionary. Rev. A. J. price Is $1.00 per adult. 75c for
there was a musical program. direction of Bro. R. Hepburn, music with Mrs. Clara Gardinerat I King who also delivered the students and 50c for children.
Many different church choirs and with Miss Elsie Douglas at the piano, and the No. 1 morning sermon. Sunday nightour These prices Include dinner.

were there to help make our I the organ, will render music I ushers served. pastor brought the message. These events are being sponsored -
Youth Day a success. I during the morning and even- I The Rev. Knight Murray and "There Must be a God Some by the women of Antloch

We would like to thank all and services Sunday. Come out his congregation were with us where." to help benefit their Woman's
persons who participated on hear our men at their best. during the evening worship. He There will be a lot of activity Day Obesrvance to be held May
preached an Inspiring sermon going on in and around our
others 10.
the program and any Choir No. 1 will sponsor a from NumUers 20'10: subject, church as we are preparing for
who aided in making our daya tea Sunday, 3:30: p.m at the "Give Us a Chance." The Rev our Woman's Day which will be Visitors are always welcome.
success. home of Mrs. M. E. Stevens, Fred Wiley was also present. the fourth Sunday in May. Pray for and visit the sick.
1845 NW 69th Terr. A spicy We were happy to have them
program has been prepared for with us. Visitors are always
TRANSFIGURATIONFr. the occasion. Friends are invited welcome.
Last Sunday we closed out St. Paul Holds Quarterly Conference I
Ellsha S. Clarke, Jr., vicar : our 39th annual Conference. It
I Loyal members of Temple are
Lenten Services: Sunday, determined to make the annual was well the attended sessions.and everyone We are A very interesting second Sunday morning you are Invited *

Matins and Solemn Sung Mass, Spring Rally a Red Letter Day. enjoyed God's choicest blessings quarterly conference was held to worship when the C. A.
9 a.m.; Wednesday, Low Mass, The time is Sunday, March 24. praying and the diocese. by Presiding Elder J. A. Rob- Gibbs Club and Its guests will
m our pastor
7 a.m. at the home of the Rog Remember erts on Friday evening. be a part of the service.
2571 NW 152nd Terr.; Thurs-
ers day,, Litany and Instructions, The Rev. H. Ferguson, assoc.iate EBENEZER METHODIST Most of the boards and clubs Sunday afternoon, Mrs. Julia

8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. minister, left for the Baha Rev. A. D. Hall, pastorE. made fine reports of their Gertrude, invite you to attend
Alice Harrison, 1891 Wllmington mas on Monday. He wishes to Ingram, reporter work during the second quar the 21st anniversary of Stew-
will Choir Union Association ter. ardess Board No. 2 at 3
St. The Altar Guild thank the The public Is Invited to at p.m.

meet immediately following the St. Matthew's and tend a St. Patrick's Day Frappe On Sunday morning the pre Rev Harold Stuart of St.
and
service. Temple Baptist Churches, Sip Sunday, March 17 from 4 siding elder was present in the Mary's will deliver the sermon.
the friends who contributed -
many to 6 in the social hall of Sunday School and made a very
pm.
There will be a pie sale spon-- to the fund to help the families
the church sponsored by the impressive review of the morning You are always'' welcome to
sored by the St, Theresa Chapter of the men who died from Senior Usher Board No. I with lesson. attend the service at St. Paul
at the home of Mrs. Cran- gas poisoning recently in Nas Atty. Donald W. Jones as guest corner 10th Ave. and 61st Terr.
dell McLeod Sr., 15741 NW 18th sau. I speaker. This_ Is an annual affair Glen and Anthonla Roberts
Court all day on Saturday, sponsored each year by the received Holy Baptism.Van .

March 16. GREATER ST. MARK P.B. board. To miss this program H. Lee and Mrs. Mattie Dugie's Guest HouseThe
will miss treat. Each
a year
Theresa's Chapter you
received full
The St. Frances were into
meeting will be held on Mrs. Ruthie Mae Scott, reporterRer. the members of the board try membership. house of clean room
monthly
1". L. Johnson, pastor hard to improve on the previousyear
.
Sunday, March 17 at 5 p.m. at therefore each member Open 24 hours NE 4-3851
,
the home of Mrs. Anthony Si- The Pastor's Aid Union will ,
20th Ave. works with the president with Seeing U Believing
NW
mon Sr., 15845 convene here Sunday, March 17 much enthusiasm.
Mrs. Marjorie Oliver, chairman.The at 3 p.m. You are invited to Choir No. 2 will have charge See u. for clean rooms

EYC meeting will be heldon come out and be with us. There of class meeting Jamaica Dugie, always a
Sunday, March 17 at 4 p.m. will be a sale at the home of The official board Is expecting friend.
of Sharon Fennel, Sis. L. George, lOGO NW 62nd each member to participate in
at the home 2941 NW 47th
St. Miami"I
March 16
2400 NW 159th St. June Williams St. Saturday night, the Calendar Rally contributingto ,
sponsored by usher board N 9. their month of birth.
president.
1. I Let us not forget to visit the

Have you bought your tic- Do enjoy good singing? sick and shu-lna or mall a card
ket for the Easter HopIf not you out of cheer.
If you do then come every
do so today. Price $1.00. You will
8
Thursday at p.m. NEW PROVIDENCE INDUSTRIALELECTRONICS
hear various groups from over

the city.Visiting. Rev. C. J. Burney, pastorSis.
NEW BETHEL BAPTIST with us on last Sunday Claudia Wilson, reporter
was Rev. Stanly and Rev. services will be held
1571 NW 68th Terrace pastor Turner, both of them deliveredsoul Sunday In our morning services.All NENINO CLASSES
Williams,
Rev. Ernest reporterRev. stirring messages. Don'tforget our visitors and friends are i.wm* HOWl
Deacon Fred Williams to visit the sick and pray welcome to be a part of this

Thomas Taylor delivered for them.a service. '11-1439
a wonderful sermon Sun- All candidates are asked to be MN S..

day morning and Rev. E. Bain at 10 o'clock sharp and WE MAKE YOUR
the same at night. program at the church Sunday bring a change of garment with
afternoon at 330. Come .. .PICTURE
Sunday the Junior choir will out and help them. Please visit you.We are asking all friend and >> ?
render the music. There will the sick and( shutlns visitors to read the Miami Only $1.00 .3 .$
be a sale at the kitchen. Sister Times next week concerningour DAVID JEWELERS
Gibbon: In charge. Come out and Woman's Day program
1188 N.W. 3rd Avenue
which will be held the fourth
help her. The Btncrre alone can recog-
The Sunday School Is having nize sincerity_Thomas Carlyle. Sunday this month. Phcme FR 4-1522






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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. IN MEMORIAM 1 IN MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKSThe

PAGE 12 SATURDAY, MARCH 16, 196 II In loving memory of our dear, j In sad but loving memory of family of the late,
I husband and father. our dear husband and father, MR. JAMES COOPER

_.... .,"'.. I .1,, who departed this life Febru-
,ary 10, 1963 wish to express
CARDS ... MEMORIALS sincere thanks and appreciationto
the many friends for cards,
t< flowers and kindness shown

I IN MEMORIAM I CARD OF THANKSWe during May the God hour bless of you bereavement.all.

In loving memory of Mrs. Albertha Cooper, wife
the family of the late,.
GEORGE WASHINGTON HALL
sincerely appreciate the kindness IN MEMORIAMIn
and sympathy you have ex
tended to us in our bereave- Ii fervent and loving memoryof
our wife and mother
ment.Andy Hall, son GRACE LOUISE WILKERSON
John E. Hall, son .. who departed this life March
Rev. Aaron D. Hall, son *} \ 10, ''1955.
Mrs. Millie Washington, .., '., i t t .May she rest In peace.
daughter ;>: ';;f::: 1 Edward Wilkerson Sr.
Mrs. Edna RoWinson, 'S I Ir .w, S :"' O: ; And"Family

daughter .
Mrs. Addie B. Odumn, ,!f"
_ _
I ; .1"
daughter J" t. J'1 IN MEMORIAMIn

4rt' Mrs. Bessie Mae McDonald, IS t .. II :, :
daughter
0" _" 1."_ ': "f1t),; sad memory of our dear
',,' .' lM,. 't";:;4 H.n :M mother and grand mother,
"' '
ALFRED LIVINGSTONwho MRS. LETITIA GIBSON
IN! MEMORIAMIn JAMES E. THOMPSONwho departed this life March who departed this life March 16,

16. 1961.we 1962.If .
departed this life March
.t loving memory of our dear 12 1962. love you but God loves I still hold closely to him

and mother, grandmother, sister Gone, but not forgotten. you best. May you rest in peace What hath he at last?
aunt, May he rest in peace. i i I'' and light perpetual shine upon Sorrow vanquished, labor end-
- t: Sadly missed by, > ed, Jordon past
--SAMUEL-JAMES SMITH $ ': f'r Mrs. Bessie Thompson, wife you.Mrs.. Annie Livingston, wife May you rest In peace and
I And Son ; Merl Romer, daughterMrs. f light perpetual shine upon you.
who this life March
departed : Lillian Long, daughterAnd The Family
8 1961. !. T1"ll ::
;' "':" JIL ?, 'i'iI Grandchildren
I It's been two years since you II I
went away. I" ; t Francis .
IN MEMORIAMIn
Our hearts. were filled with sadness I IN MEMORIAMIn

Y'S.l'i'$':' loving memory of sad but loving memory' FRANKLIN WALLACE, ,
But hoping that some day we'll .
meet ),1"""";"". ', '' .' -.. -, -- .-. my wife, our mother and grand. 1172 NW 60th St., died March
7. Services held March 12 at
: : f mother,
Can bring to our hearts gladness -
1" \ Temple Baptist Church with
: MRS. IVA B. WILLIAMS!:
Mrs. Rinah Smith, mother I,_ '"t.- ",'. I who departed this life March ,13, Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor,
:
And ': : 1955. Sadly miss ed by: officiating. Survivors Include
Family : : :"j I LL L- 0- Samuel Williams, husbandPfc. his wife, Muriel; two daughters,
: : ( : Mrs. Marie Forbes and Mrs.
I i't' :. I Elwood C. Williams,
IN MEMORIAMIn : ., .... I
. .. .' I son Thelma Major, three brothers,
.....-- -.........-..... -
Mitchell Edward, Newton and Birbb.
Mrs. Thelma Dght.
sad but of
loving memory I MALVINA DAVIS I ,
Miss Vellen Williams, Dght.
out dear son and,brother. dw.fY who departed this life March 14, p m; I Mrs. Myrtis Williams MRS. DELORES WILKINSON
.rir. I960. Thomas daughterEarl of 364-C NW 14th St., died
a k.SSSk. L'ach flower and leaf may Williams, son March 2. Services held March
,
wither 14 at Mt. Olivette Baptist Church
Miss lone Williams, Dght.
9R Each evening sun may set 1 .t Edwin Williams, son with Rev. I. C. Mickins afficia-
But the hearts that love you Miss Maxine Williams, Dght ting Survivors are her mother,
Z dearlyVre ,t. Carl Williams, son Mrs. Muriel Cooper; a son,
the ones that will never Adriane Williams, Dght. Johnny.
forget. Samuel Williams, son
Alexander Davis, son And Grandchildren DAVID WILLIAMS, well
i Frances J. Deleveaux, rr known musician of 276 NW GthF
daughter >t., died at his home March 5.
Margaret Clark, daughter y IN MEMORIAMIn Services held March 9 In the
8'y t Joseph C. Davis, son, N.Y.C. L loving memory of our chapel with Rev. Ira McCall of
Albertha B. Ferguson, mother, flclatlng. Following the servicesthe
daughter, Baston, Mass: '" MABEL GOLDEN Wody was shipped to Balti
Evelyn Davis, daughter ----" who departed this life March more for burial. Survivors in-
Prince Farrington Sr., LYDIA JANE HILL 16, 1962. clude his wife and three child-
brother who departed this life March 10, Mary Golden Hudson
Ruth Hankerson, sisterW. 1 1958.;) And Family ren.MRS.. SUSAN BEATRICE
wCAMPBELL i + P. Beach Five long years with the angels, ROBERTS of 263 NW 6th S(.,
Grand children, nieces and Five years you've been gone; apt. 9 died March 10. Services
s nephews Five years in heaven singing CARD OF THANKSI will be held Saturday, March

around God's Throne. wish to take this method to 16 in the chapel. Survivors in-
You smiled and said a sweet thank my friends and pastor, clude a son Orlan a daughter,
g CARD ,OF THANKSThe I goodbyeFrom Rev. S. A. Cousin and membersof Monica of Key West, two sis "
"Bubber" MOSS this earth you had to go, Greater Bethel AME Churchfor ters, Mrs. Margaret Bethel and
who passed away on March 6, family of the late Five years seem like a thousand their visitations, cards, flowers Mrs. Ketta Martin, a brother,
1957. -----.--.-----..-.--..- -.-..- ,I Dear mother we miss you so. and prayers during my stay Ephriam Ingraham, six grand-
May he rest in peace and may Your Children, in the hospital and convalescingat children, five great grand child-
light perpetual shine upon him. W. C. Bethel home. ren.
Mrs. Dollie Moss, mother Enid Rahming Mrs. Eva J. Sharpe
Campbell Moss Sr., father Ellen Welch 794 NW 47th Street

Mrs. Mae Bell Moss ..3'q Richardson . .
;
twin sister
IN MEMORIAMIn MRS. REBECCA GILES of
Eugene Moss ,
son 105 NW llth Terr. died March
. IN MEMORIAM ,
Tyrone Williams, nephew sad but loving memory of 9. She is survived by a daughter

In memory of our dear son my dear sister, Jessie, a husband, March, five
IN MEMORIAM mid brother...... ..... ..... ..... I GEORGETTE CAMPBELL I I sisters, Mrs. Bessie Wright Mrs.
who departed this life March Vancy Jones. Mrs. Viola Bacon
I
In sad but ofo11i '
loving memory 15, 1962.:
r' Mrs. Pphra Evans, Mrs. Audry
n.alnvpj: husband and
father
We cannot say and we will not Blunt, all of Ft. Myers, and two
r say, brothers Edward
1 Hendrick and
...
- 5 .5 That she Is just away! Henry also of Ft. Myers. Services -
'
y.t 5 With a loving smile and a wave will be held Saturday:
4 ... of the hand at 2:30: from Greater Bethel
I DEACON E. DAVIDSON SR. ; She has slipped into' a happy AME Church with Rev. S. A.

extends sincere thanks to theM .,.". land. Cousin officiating. The remains
S. Allen Funeral Home, to C.,.'*. . Ii Grant her, 0 Lord, eternal rest will be taken to Ft. Myers Sun-
the Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor of . And may light perpetual shine day for final rites.
Jordan Grove Missionary Bap- : ".. .B upon her.
tist Church and pulpit guests, 'j!... .. ""r' l. , Mrs. Willie Johnson, sister MRS. VERNKLL SAUNDERSof
members of Mt. Carmel Mission ;.; And the rest of the family 1355 NW 5th Ave., died
ary Baptist Church the C. A. March 3. She is survived by
e i oS Gibbs Glut/, St. Paul AME "" ,...'... R) '" five sons, Lloyd, Thomas, Ne-
qV Church, the various auxiliaries ,W CARD OF THANKSThe ville George and Leon; two
of Jordan Grove, the neighborsof family of the late brothers, Lockwood and Victor
NW 6th Court and 6th Place. CHARLEY SEYMOURwish Sweeting and a sister, Miss Bertha
Sincere thanks for the cards, to express their thanks I Sweeting Services Saturday
letters, telegrams: and floral] 1 and appreciation to the many at 9'30 a.m. from St. Francis
pieces. May God bless each and Y friends and neighbors for their Xavier Catholic Church with
everyone of you. many kind gestures of sympathy Father Frlffln officiating.
Eugene Davidson, son during their recent be-
Marie Davidson, reavement. THOMAS ALBERT LOWE of
daughterinlawLucy ( Your cards, letters, telegrams 3267 Charles Ave., died March
Teate, daughterT. flowers, loaning .of cars, all 3. He Is survived by two broth.
W. Teate son-in-law TIMOTHY N. TYNES, JR. helped to make our burden ers, Matthew and Henry W.
..
..
::;- Jones
S -S Altamease daughterCora ighter. Lowe, and a sister-in-law, Mrs.
who departed this life March
MR. ROGENE MILTON Anderson, sister ,
Ellen
Special thanks to the Rev. L. Lowe. Services Tuesday
16
who;departed this. life March 20, Tulula: Davidson, sister May, 1959.the soul of the faithful A. Thompson and congregationof March 12 from the chapel at 2
1958. Temple Baptist Church, faculty p.m. with Rev. Emory Jackson,
departed rest in
.Asleep In Jesus, peaceful rest CARD OF THANKSThe pease. and members of the execu. assistant pastor of Mt. Zion
|Whose waking is supremely Mrs. Lila Tynes, wife tive board of the Liberty City Baptist Church officiating.
p&l'i blest family of the late, Mrs. Olive Tynes, mother Elementary School PTA and
[No fear, no wpes shall dim that: MRS. WILHELMENIA BERRY Mrs. Alice Mae ames, the Range Funeral Home forts ELEXIE HADLEY of 2440
hour wish to thank their neighborsand Pauline King, Blonell kind, courteous and efficient NW 252 St., died March 6. He
That;I manifests the Saviour's friends for kindnesses Johnson, Vernie Lewis, and servIce is survived by a wife Eliza
power. *&: shown them in their hour of Barbara Pouncy, sisters I May God bless each and Hadley and several other rela
[The i.Milton .and Gray. j' bereavement.Mrs. Robert, Eugene, Charles everyone of you. tives. Services Monday at 2
,Families Maggie Gibson and James, brothers .. The Family p.m. from the chapel. .



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Albert . THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.
THIS ,
SATURDAY MARCH 16, 1963 PAGE,13;

__ ..... MRS OLA WILMONT"died at Classified
'ap.II.:
4
home
"'
6209 NW ;
14th Ct., March FOR SALE" WI".:
12,' Services Saturday at '1 p.m.; FOR RENT f
RANGE . at New' Shiloh Baptist Church, Best buy of year. 2 bedroom,
J. W ItOLLta formerly of Rev A, M. Griffin pastor. Sur.. I CORNER HOME. Three bed- I large, large Florida room, beautiful -
2101 NW 64th St., died vivors are husband}, Joe( P. eon, FOR RENTE. room. Furnished kitchen, hot t full tile bath, fenced rear
is ,..survived by three Rufus ttdgersi; two daughters and cold water. Large utility, yard, really nice, only $7,900,<
brothers, Johh and :fcett of East St. Louis, ill., and A room could be made into extra no qualifying, move right In.
d Floyd airs.{ brother. She will lie in repose! PICARD bedroom. 1301 NW C8th Terr. Call me to see A. Ben-Korl,

kliis. Services sistgr1, Fridayat Lorene 10 a.itf.Jett-; in the, dhafcfei!..,..'. 1 Friday evening! Rental Rental collections Agency Call OX 62392. Rent $22.50 week. PL 95533. Days 7513131.

Metrbpolitari AME property
At
with Rev. Williams Church MRS GLGHtA thOMAttTt12!i management, real estate NICE, clean rooms. 028 NW FHA $.100 down, no closing ;;
.officiating..c GREEN died in Brooklyn; SEr' 620 NW 8th St. li'R 7-2002 47th St., 400 NW 22nd Terr., costs, 3 bedroom 2 bath, Fla.
vices will be conducted and 1009NW 2nd Ave. No room, large patio and utility
MRS. ERMA LOUISE SMITH, Friday FURNISHED room. 720 NW 74th St. Phone ;
at 11 a.m. at Greater New Bethel ) efficiencies, utili children. Cooking privilege. Mrs.
-
of 4800 NW 2nd Ave., apt. 1. PL 46135. I
'Baptist Church ties included. $12.00 a week. Isabel Hill. PL 1-8301.
survivedhv Rev; W. K.
died March 10. She is
Smith,. pastor. She is: survived ,620 NW 8th St. FR 7-2001 '
h"r husband, Theodore BEAUTIFUL .
a by" two mother DUPLEX, 2 bedroom -.
daUghter; Mrs.;; Louisg t ifetibllrh sons Mrs. Jer and tile bath each side.
and two sisters';..Mesdames, Xutfe J ry and Siriquefield a brbttier ; father.... ,., Louis apt FURNISHED in or unfurnished FOR SALE Finest neighborhoods Three',
Nix and Fredericka Reaves, :, Opa-locka area. 1-bed- old. $10.000 with
... LOOKING for years down&
room unfurnished. beauty shop supplies
$15 week 2-
Service Saturday, '10 .m. at payment only $600. FHA terms.'
WILLIAM bedroom ? Mrs. Lillian Dean Johnson

Lo'wii unfurnished.
A. plbtfeer $18, 1- '
Matthew Temple AME Church To see call G31-6333 owner.
with Rev. Bridges officiating.She citizen -of 1413 NW 1st Place, bedroom furnished $21.! 2-bedrooms has a nice selection of everything
is in died March 13. A daughter, Mrs. furnished $25. Call Mlc- in the beauty supply Hue BEAUTY SALON
now at the fun- Equipped,
repose .
Jennie Knowles kins Rental Agency NE 40500. for sale. Call CE 5-1577. M30
eral home. a brother and Everything goes, dryers, air

sisters incomplete.MRS. survived.. Arrangementsare Indf Sunday 2 to 6 Total $9,- conditioner, full set up, wonderful -

ERNEST) OR1FFIN Jr., of 1-BEDROOM 000, only $300 down and $77 a location in Edison Center.
027 NW GUh St. died March 10. furnished apt. All month pays all See 1775 NW $1,250 cash will take offers. A._
MARIE SMITH utilities, downtown area. $18 ef Ben-ICori, Realtor 714 NW 62nd
He Is survived by his parents, 2020 42nd St. Large 2 bedroom CDS.
Elder and Mrs. Earnest Griffin, Service Road, Opa-locka, died ficiency, $13. Call Mlckins Rental Large front Florida room. Nice St. Nites PL 0-5533. Days 754-3431

five 1 brothers, Wiltlanl JSart EddiE March 12. Chapel services will Agency NE 40500. Indf tile bath and large rooms. Utility

Zache-ry; Carl aHd JnflilliynFia be conducted Mardh 23 at 1 p.m, BEAUTIFULLY room and nice yard, very NO QUALIFYING. Duplex. $500 ",,
1 foUr sisters.. ,Mrs, .L'otijse\ SurATVorsl' are Husband\ John; furnished 3- clean. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, 714 down and move in. Both apartments :
Smith, Valorie, Earnestine and two daughterstether i and step room apt. Free gag and water, NW G2nd St. Nitcs PL 95533. have 2.bedrooms and one
Grace. Services Saturday at 4p.m. mother, arid tour sisters. I. telephone,. NE 4-1087, M15 Days 7513431. apartment is fully furnished. '
from New Hope Baptist Lot is extra large and runs

Church with Rev. J. E. Brown, RUFUS died at 2-BEDROdM) APT, 1st floor In Open Sunday U to 0, 7.13 NW right Into Manor Park. Life
officiating. He is now in reposein home, 190 NW 16th St. March 6. two family house, tile! bath, 41st St. Total $12,000, $100 down Realty, 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL \
the chapel.JfNESD Chapel services were held i, beautiful interior and nice! for this 3 bedroom, CBS. Lotsof 9-1371. Open Sunday.
Tuesday with Rev. C. J. Bur- floors. 2760 NW 50th St. See it closets! very large living
larger
> HAMPTON, 0242 I ney officiating,: Survivors are by appointment. Call eveningsand room. Mo tchen and BEST LOCATION CBS Park. across
NW Hth Ct. his widow Mae Sunday, NA 17100. nice big stove street from Manor Price
died March 11. He Eula two sons, garage, spotless Is $9,000
Is survived Uy ndsort Henry two daughters, eight brothers, and very nice. A. Bcn-Kori, and $300 down. $73 month

Canty, a grand daughter; and three, sisters ROOM. Adults. Share nice apt. Realtor, 711 NW 02nd St., Nltcs Life you Realty: 'pay 4932 It off NW In 15 7th years.Ave.
Ruth PL 0-5533. 751-3431
Ward ; acid brother 690-4383. Days PL 0-4371. Open
Sundays.
rt.la\v. Zelfpro EJlisoh arid Mr; JOHNNtE C!.. LAttKWS was _-
and .Mrs. John Wihn. Sferv4ct&! NW 30th Ave., Mdrch.7. RenlomS FURNISHED house. $15 week, Open Sunday 2 to 0. 753 NW NO QUALIFYING. Lovely CBS
Mbnday, 4 Church at Grace Pres-i burned to death dt home 5227 2 children 1934 NW 58th St list St. Lovely bedroom CDS, in heart of Manor Park. Florida

byterian with Elder I! were sent to Fitzgerald, Ga. for NE 5-8919. large Florida room, very nice room, tile roof, carport, nice
Rock, of Bejean _Seventh_ Day final rites.WILBERT. yard, perfect condition.! Nice yard. $GOO down and bank fi
Auvenust Church offlclat1n for large family. FHA: terms. nancing. Life Realty, 1933 NW
BEDROOM
Ffiends call at the A. Een-Korl, Realtor, 714 NW
may chapel residential 7th Ave. PL 9-4371.
C. PRATT 2335 and
refrigerator,
,
after 2 02nd St Nitoa PL O. 5J3.: Days
p.m. Sunday.
NW 6th Ave., died March 10 neighborhood. NE 4-3259. 7543431. OUTSTANDING
and was sent to Wadesttoro, N. BEAUTY. This
MJLA SINGLETON of 1231 C. for services. Survivors are FURNISHED APT. Free Open Sunday 2 to ((1. 7CO NW lovely CJLS has! n tremendous
NW gas
63rd St., died on March 11. knotty pine Florida ,room, large
his widow two children four
She was a native of Camilla water and light. Nice neighbor- 45th St. 3 bVdroom, garage, big beautiful custom built kitchen
Ga. and had lived in Miahil, brothers and three sisters. hood. Fenced yard. $20 week. yard. This is a bargain at with appliances, tile roof, car..

since 1925. She Is survived by a MATTHEW MELLER30N of13J PL 4.G638.FURNISHED, $8,900, only $250 down and $78 port, etc. The grounds are land-
errand month pays all This pays out
daughter, Mrs. Annie scaped and completely fenced.
NW 11th St. died March 10.
Pearl weekly rooms. In 15 years. Wonderful for family -
Sears and two sisters $100 down and $80 month. Don't
Mesdames Minnie Thomas and His survivors are his wife Del- $8.50 single!, $10 double Mae's A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, 714 miss this. Lifo Realty, 4932 NW''
Hattie VVilliams. Services Were! phia, four 'sorts, tw brother Guest House 2170 WashingtonAve. NW 02nd St. Nites PL 0-5533. 7th Ave., PL 0-4371,
three sister's and
held Friday from Mt. Sinai Ida a Ser ., Opa-locka, M20 Days 7543131.
vices conducted Thursday
t iNt Church With Rev. S. A Greater Bethel AMA Church at I GORGEOUS, almost new duplex,
FURNISHED efficiencies and 1. FOR LEASERESTAURANT
Thomas he used
officiating.MRS. -can
as can be
Rev. S. A. Cousin, pastor; bedroom apts. Adults only, air for lease, pay 2-bedroom apts. triplex
conditioner, all electric ands rent only, and make a good liv
OPHELIA McN>{:tL apartment or 1 three bedroom 2
9 MRS. BERNICfi; ROLLED 2351 aclous. 1210 NW 7th Terr. ; ing. 727 NW 5th Ave. FR 4-3701.
bath apartment and 1 two bed-
citizen of Hlaleah, died
March NW 52nd St., was! dead on arrival PL 8-95G5. Week days after 0
11. M; McNeil Of 000 Jackson Hospital March I room, 1 bath apt. Right by .
W. 23rd St., had lived in that at her p.m. NOTICEIt Manor Park. Must be seen to Wu
husband
She leaves
10. ,
Area smce 1921. She is survived : is quite essential to secure appreciated $1,500 down. Life
by a daughter, Mrs. JuanltaJohnson Grafton and three children. Ser- LARGE STORE. Wonderful location your future. Learn to speak Realty, 4932 NW 7th Ave., PL
vices Will be held in the chapel
and across from Jackson's on Spnnlsh with my easy method. 94371.
Services a step son, Thomas. Saturday at 3 pm. and will be 62nd St. Very good terms, callA Call GOG-4245. Jones.
Saturday at 1:30: p.m. on view Friday afternoon. Ben Worl Realtor 714 NW
from the Church of God True CORNER :bedroom CDS tllo
Holiness, Sister Richardsoh of 62nd St. Nites PL 95533. Days CHILI) CARE roof, garage: appliances, freshly
ficiating. The body is now in reli 75.1.3.131.FURNISHED. Will keep children for work. painted inside and out. These
placed In Mt. Zion AME Church, 6th Ave., died Feb. 28. Services 1-bedroom cottage. Room and board. Nice home OX bined rooms. $100 down and $82
Hialeah, Saturday morning at held Tuesday 1 p.m. at the Quiet 654tiNW Free electric, in M5G9. month. Life Realty, 4932 NW
7:30: chapel. He1' Is survived by a I quire 17th place. 7th .Ave., PL 0-4371.
niece, Ernestine Smith of New iii .
York City.. FURNISHED APT '1-bedroom,
MRS. SARAH HUGHES of j
1220 NW 08th St. Phone PL
G201 NW 17th Ave., died March
11. She is,survived by five sons, L HELL AUSTIN of 225 14292. Jobs Open !
John, George, Cleon, Charles NW 20th Terr., apt. 38 died Feb.
$20 PER WEEK. n} room unfurn.
and Otis; three daughters, Mesdames 28. Services I held Tuesday: at St.
house 2229 NW GOUt St. HI
Ludell Mack, Sarah .John Baptist Church. She Is
Hell Johnson and VerA MJ survived by, a.' husband, .Jim, a 6-1266., ALL AGES FREE PLACEMENT

Coffee. The remains are now In ,:Tiother Ozell Bell, a' sister; .Isa'Hill4 $18 PER WEEK, six room un-
repose in the chapel and will be Wilson. furnished house. 3380 NW 52ndSt.
Checkers Cashiers
sent to Wlllochoochee, Ga. for HI 6-1260. Grocery
final rites.DENISE. Will Trade!
FOR ONE PERSON or a couple,

SCOTT We will take your smaller double room furn. 1225 NW 56th Stock Men Packers
seven-year-
told daughter of l\ir. and Mrs home in trade for this new, mod. St. 757-S228. :
: LOVELY 3-bcdroom house, com
Randolph Scott, of of I860 Nw152nd -!rn 3 bedroom 2 conveniences bath beauty pletely furn. Large corner with DAY OR EVENING CLASSES I
with all built in ,
Terr. died March 13
on fruit and shade trees. Quiet, extra
heat and A.C., sliding
' Intercom
,
Other survivors include two beautiful breakfast storehouse. No children. Thousands of MTI graduates now working :-
Class doors,
brothers and two sisters. Ar
All 5900 NW 23rd Ave.
liar and all electric kitchen.
rangements are incomplete.MRS. this set In an area of fine nice Easy Budget Terms-Train Now!
homes. Drive by 3401 Florida ROOM home. Kitchen
JULIA PENMNGTON
of 295D NW 56th St. died March Ave., Coconut Grove. Call FredG. 2531 privilege.NW: Near 55th shopping St. Phone center NJt BE OUR GUEST VISIT OUR CLASSES
Smith Realtor FR
,
,
4. Services Saturday, 2:30: p.m.at 07587.M23 45744.
the Church of Christ Bro. F. RESERVE YOUR PLACE
L. She Is 0._________ ::. ., t, .,
Thompson officiating. ----- - - -

dence.now in repose at the family resi FISHING BOATING LOAFING CAUTION! DON'T BE FOOLEDThere


GEORGE CLARK of 2560 NW and swimming in the private community lake and is only one MTI Cashiering School in Miami '

'68th St. died March 6.-Services .
beach. High rolling ground. New subdivision in Putnam \
:'Saturday, 12 noon from St. Bar o
nabas Wesleyan Methodist County, Florida, neap Gainesville and close to
'Church with Rev. E. A. Culmer SEVENTH DAY' ADVEN-
of
'officiating. He is now in repose summer camp ground MARKETTRAININC' i

in the chapel.Marker. I TIST.

II I Big 40 x 125 lots priced at $199 are selling at special

. : price of $99 (for limited time..) Government and Better Business Bureau Authorized

BENJAMIN JEFFERSON Lake front lots also available on easy terms. Ideal (40 registered schools nationwide)

JOHNSON of 1779 NW 60th St.''
for investent vacation or year round living.
died March 9. Arrangements are t Cor. .7th Ave. at 78th St.
incomplete. He Is survived by a :

wife, Marv, 11 children, a sister, LOTS $99
Mammie Hampkins.
Phone PL 7-8448 .

EUGENE JOHNSON, 268 NW Take 30 days to pay ,

11 tit St., died March 12. Arrangements : CALL OWNERS FR 1.9953 or FR 9.1842 lUaoDEA
are incomplete. He Is sur.flYffl -

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HAPPENINGS IN OUR SCHOOLSG.W. I I PAGE 14 SATURDAY, MARCH 16, 1963


NATHAN YOUNGOn MAYS HIGH
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BUNCHE PARKMrs. February 28 the Nathan The French Club recently ini-
Dramatics Club Young Family honored the late ated an annual French Week
Carver Gertrude Shaffner, Zaner Dr. Nathan B. Young, the person Program. The events were sponsored
I Bloser representative spent a for whom our school was in an effort to sell the
Festival at UM memorable day at our schoolon named. We observed our second French program to the student
Attend Drama Feb. 1. She performed dem anniversary with "Color body. Events included: Daily
onstrations in handwriting for Day and Night" festivities. talks on French culture and civilization
Representatives of the Drama "Tell Doris Not to" Cry, "Con- the primary and Intermediate The began the day by. in present day France.
Club of Washington Carver cert In The Park, and by popular grades. The teachers and child assembling group around the flag for From these talks were taken
High School attended the Dra- I I demand "The Red Key. ren were very enthused and the Pledge and the Star daily contest questions there
ma Festival held at the University I All of the plays went off still express their delight In the Spangled Banner. Following was a French luncheon held, in
of Miami on Thursday Feb. very well. Participating in "Tell usefulness of the fine tips she this, we assembled in the audi which the members of the club
28, where the play "The Red Doris Not to Cry" were Shirley gave them. torium for a special program and various school officials participated
Key" was performed, ParticIpating Smith, Patricia Harper Cornelia The physical education department given by Mrs. Gladys Coach- ; a gala French Ball
In the play were Alfreda Cason, Alice West Barbara is very pleased with man and children from the various was held one evening duringthe
Glover, Benny Duehart and Jac- Fairfax and Virginia Jenkins.In the results of the President'stest grades. The program for week. An assembly program

quelyn Cambridge: The play "Concert in the Park" were on physical fitness Definite the most part depicted the life given by the theuweeklmtnated
was well accepted and the students Clarence Lark, Thomas Garvin Improvement has been noted of the fate Dr. Nathan B. the events for
Al
wonderful Job.
did
a test
year's
Viola Hawkins and Benny Due. over the previous Young. boards
freda as always did a slgnlfl- Bulletin played up
,
cent Job. The following night, hart, who were magnificent.In scores. The culminating activity of France and French. Colorful
The Bunche Park PTA met the observance was Color Night. and highlightedevents
posters
Dramatic Club presented signs
the the "Red Key": Alfreda March 4. As usual the
of One Act Plays." Monday, For this occasion each grade to be held. Classes and
"A Night
three plays given: Glover, Benny Duehart and Jac- meeting was Moth business and group chose a selection to hon offices were designated by their
There were quelyn Cambridge.On pleasure. One part of the enter- or the King: James Bryant and Franch names on sign cards.
8 the Dramatics tainment consisted of a film the Queen, Catherine Donald.
April by the name of "Mike Makes son who reigned over Color What a thrill it was for us to
"Rehearsal For
Club will do
His Mark." This film was enjoyed Day and Night. and participate in
--- Death three act sponsor
a mystery
comedy. This will be one of the by each teacher and pa- The attire for the occasionwas French Club Week
___ best plays to ever be performedon rent that was present. I our school colors, royal blue Semaine a la Francaise.
1 Carver's stage. Performingwill Mrs. Ruth Bethel Is reported. and white. Each class was judged
be Catherine Davis, Alfreda ly resting comfortable after to see which class was the
Glover, Thomas Garvin, undergoing a major operationat most uniform. Mrs. Mary Jen- ANDREWS JEWELERS
Ralph Dykes, Rosemary Tim- Baptist Hospital. Mrs. Christine kins' second grade class won
mons. Viola Hawkins, Clifton Speights has had a minor the contest. EXPERT WATCH AND

Vaughn, Benny Duehart, Sonny operation at Mt. Sinai Hospital.We The committee who planned CLOCK REPAIRS
Williams and Samuel Scavella. are hoping for both a speedy
the Color Day and Night pro- 40 Years in Business

April 29 a group of 43 students recovery.We are happy to welcome back gram was Mrs. A. B. Thomas, All work guaranteed
chairman. Mrs. F. T. Scott Mrs.
will Journey to Tallahassee I Mrs. A. Sample who has been
Fuller and Leonard O.
to the State Drama Festival. away to attend the funeral of W. D. 303 N.W. 2nd Ave.
The group! will do either "The' her grandmother. Ivy.Mrs.
Red Key or an original play Sylvia S. Lambert, principal; Josephine D Mackey, FR 3-0152
by the director, 'The Greatest R J. Vickers and C. S. Sands principal; Mrs. Hazel W. Mat I
Love." I reporters. thews, reporter.

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School faculty, the PTA, .
FOR NEW SAVINGS ACCOUNTSOF
friends and the Rainbow Park

Community honored Mrs. Rosa

Lee Fortson, principal at Rainbow
recently by presenting her 50 OR MORE
with a portrait to be placed in
the school. This portrait now
hangs In the school's cafetorium
In honor of this esteemed lady

Paying tribute to her in songs,

words faculty, and former flowers co-workers were her and :::::

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friends.
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the achievements she has BREWER. "'',;. '
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areas of education, religion and The finest quality.1 W .; t>
civic life. r product of'its kind. {t : t1\ *..
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Mrs. Thena C. Crowder was Perfect,too for ;t-t \ ;\} k.:
toastmaster for the special oc a' making Iced tea and '.d. :A:t.1l ,> 'I .!t. ';f
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caslon and Mrs. Cortrel Hanks .. coffee.Makes dei Lout/
Owens was the committee coffee every time I
STYRENE PLASTIC PICNIC COOLER
chairman.
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Paul Wyche Elected

To Student ''Council I I 11 II I L 11111111

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At Curley HighPaul J"
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H. Wyche, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Paul H. Wyche Sr.,
has become the first Negro to '1
be elected as a Student Council
officer in an integrated high
school.
Paul is the only Negro in district
I Six (comprising the Key
West to Palm Beach area.)
,' SIGNAL LAMP AND FLASHER
I' Paul was elected vice president .!'t! Compact limp throws a powerful,long rangt beam

j' of the Archbishop Curley ,k. of light! Indudes flashing red signal Ugh*,perfect for 10-PIECE GOTHAM lEVERAGE SET
High Student Council. Throughhis emergencies.Compact unit la heavy duty metalBccm.
three years, at Curley, Paul ....J .Comes complete with flashlight batteries. 'A magnificent addition to your home Include
has been an active member of tyt-quart pitcher,615-or.tumblers,a serving
the Service Club the Forensic tray I coasters and 6 stJrrers.Made of special
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and Knights of St. Joseph as
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served as director of publicity FROM ANY POINT IN U.S.A. c.n.t
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SATURDAY, MARCH 16, 1063 FLA. BETHUNE ELEMENTARY
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--'"'"'"""'- &-""- "'"----_._.-- ., -"'. ---..._---- - At a most beautiful and impressive Booker Washington

AND.ii UN of the coronation Mr. and the Miss winners Be-r Saluting a well deserved vocation ium. The play had been previously
I IN THE BAHAMAS thune Contest were announced: was the Future Teachers presented at the University
1st prize. Gaynella: Harrison and of Miami Drama and Speech
of America Club who each
.. .. .... .. Robert on
. Williams
---- - - - - ---- r A (Mrs Blount's day during the week of March ; Festival: where It received superior -
The "Queen Elizabeth," the Hon. Leonard Class), 2nd prize, Ada Mae Man 4-S presented' to each teacher. rating. Joseph Pace.: : Pa
world's largest liner made its : Knowles fling and David Roberson (Mr.Vrichts at BTW a tag for being the'l tricia Kelly and Patricia Reeves i
first visit to Nassau on Feb. Major Augustus \ class),. and 3rd prize "Finest Teacher In Amerl'C3.1In were leading characters: "1
Roberts 55 VerQ'n M3cke '
23. it brought a passenger en* died suddenly at the and Richard assembly program held Joseph Pace the award
pacity of 2233. It will make his car wheel of Young (Mrs. Reed's class.) March 7, membVrs saluted intents for won
Tuesday Feb. 19. He AU II acting of unusual merit at
cruises to the Bahamas classroom winners and retired teachers.
t two more was on his way to a trustee partIcipated UM. The play received an over
this season and It is reported meeting at Ebenezer Church. took In this ceremony which Returning to Miami from the whelming applause for a Job
that they have alreadybeen Taken to a hospital by a polled place at our last PTA 13th Interscholastic Press well done.
meeting. A
sold out. he was pronounced dead from very special thank- Workshop held in Tallahasseewere
you was given to the Juniors and sophomores took
a heart members
attack. of Washingtonian staff the Merit
the PTA Committee Scholarship Ryamtpj
The people of Exuma dis lIe retired as Deputy Com spearheaded and guided, who this members. Having received the Uon March 5 in the library.
played their generosity in a big missioner of the Bahamas Po- successful affair, and to all the award for "best sports story" Many stated that they were
way on Monday night, Feb. 18 LlfeuForce last year. He was parents and friends. which Stanley Squire wrote and glad "it was all over."-Lau-
when Canon Bucnan Rural highly respected in the com oiln observance the award of most outstanding rasteen Thompson reporter.
munity and when the legal of participant which Laura teen
of Coventry, age Girl Scout
Dean England loSS
Week.
limit for his March
retirement Thompson won. members displayed
was
showed a film at Georgetownof the Bethune .
reached a most representative Elementary School broad smiles. FLORAL HEIGHTS
Cathedral, which Troop No. I
Coventry 218
: delegation and Brownie
was almost completely destroy.ed ernor to extend petitioned his time.the Gov Troop No. 137 were in charge Parents are urged to attend I. Citizenship Is the theme at
by German bombing during of the chapel] Program on Thurs. PTA meeting Wednesday. March Floral Heights this year, and
World, War II. The Exumlans dart i March Brownies 13. Careers will be in the spot- how pleasant it Is to hear our
gave cash and pledges amounting Three prisoners who escap led the devotional part of the light. Parents and teachers will principal give encouraging chatsto
to over $4,4SO. ed from the Fox Hill Prison on program. and the occasion was !discuss careers that will be best our children once each weekon
The film was shown to aid 1-eb. 7 were captured by police given 1 l1y the president of Troop for their children. this topic. There Is some ap
the Bishop's Appeal Fund. Someof five days later. Hermis Deveaux No. 218." A technicolor film en. preciable changes taking placeas
the people more than 150 Anthony Bain and Harry Hay. titled Outdoors" Was The lOC Anthology has goneto a result of her chats. The
attending had traveled .l/y good admitted in court that due enjoyed by the entire student press. For the first time the :!children really use these chats
boats ahd cars over 24 miles. ing their "freedom" they had body To climax the program anthology will be printed pro-1 I i las a measuring stick to grow
stolen a car for transportation the Scouts presented a display fessionaliy. Members of the by.
The Fifth Annual Musical and to make their identifica of their beautiful art work. munity and school are II
Festival of the Board of Edu tion difficult. Then they stol nJiS lJethunc School safety purchase a copy) of this 'com-I One of our special education
Government food, clothing, etc., etc. I Raro! Is sponsoring a "Safety Anthology for only $1.00..fnUlbllUes" ,classes with has been on a unit dealing -
8S& during the rhythms and creativearts.
month of
will be I: .
present Some of their
I The projects Include
the
were presented to winnersby purpose of the drive
Coburn assistant Is to instill'better during the Bossa Nova feature I learning to use the
Lady Stapleton, wife of his Sands dis i safety habits
Excellency the Governor. Miss tribution engineer at the Baha in all pupils, at home school, I Saturday Charmants night in the gym. Les t rhythm sticks drawing and
will be the host of
Erna Messiah received mas Electricity Corporationwas and in the I painting murals and making
the community. The.
the affair. A prize will be mosaics from
drive thus far has given i macaroni, cotton
for
award the "Y" Choral recently promoted to associate been very to the individual
portraying the and other Interesting
Group winners for the Open member of the Institution successful showing some extra character of the Hillbillies best. I materials.
little kindness
Class. of Electrical Engineers. will receive an e eell
March 9 is the Hillbillies best. = lL
award also.
Mr. Sands is native
Palmetto
a of admission is 35
only cents.
Cyril, Fountain, son of Mrs. Point, Eleuthera. He MARY'S HOUSEOF
Winifred Fountain and the Joined the Bahamas Electrical Miss Alice Johnson, a beau
late Jack Fountain, was calledto Department In 1947; went to The Child Protection Committee tician at MaR le's Beauty Salon BEAUTY
the Bahamas Bar on Feb. England in 1950 to study at of the House of Assembly visited Les Charmants (charm
26. lIe was presented by t h eMary's Farady House Electrical Engineering is considering a request of the club) Friday, March 1. She gave
College; did practical l Bahamas Christian Council for vital information on the care 532 N.W. 2nd Ave..
training with the London Electrical $2,800 per year to operate an and styling of hair and the care
Board and Merseyslde. emergency hotel for children.The of the skin. Several demonstrations FR 3-9239
Cleaner'sand and North Wales Electrica project has the approval of were also given. Rolfcrt
Board He returned to the Ba the Governor, and this McKay and Mrs. Dorothy Gra PresentsDALLAS
hamas in 1956 and resumed will supplement larger sum ham are sponsors of the club
Laundry"Clean work with the corporation. lie needed by the Action Commit-amount which is part of the school com
was a lieutenant in the Jamaica tee. munity program.

Clothes Last Longer"FREE Batalllon during the war. He Members of the drama class
is married to Dr. Gloria Sands. With Two Well known beautician who

PICK UP AND HURRY! HURRY! TOo presentedMarch 5 in tho auditor-
in hair coloring
specializes
forensic
Two American experts
DELIVERY SERVICEOne have arrived In Nassau t o I CHEF BERNARD ENGLISH
day service if desire assist two Scotland Yard detectives Let us say what wo feel, and permanent, weaving, cut
working with local law- LUCKY STAR fool what we say; let speech ting and all kinds of scalp
5832 NW 12th Ave. men in the recent murder o I harmonize with life. Seneca.Ho .
the manager of Blackbeard'Tavern fRESTAURANT and hair treatment
who found murdered
Phone In his was on Feb. what you arc. This la the M2
758.3151INDF 9. apartment 1294 N.W. 62nd St. first step toward becoming bettor
than you are Julius Hare. SSSSSSSSS8SSSSSSSSSS&SS&THE

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work. We repair, sell mid exchange TV's, radios, JH-Fl's Square

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your TV man and save money.

JOSEPH SCOTT Takes pleasure in announcing the appointment of

AUTHORIZED FACTORY TV REPAIR & SALES FRANK LEGREE as manager and host

923 NW 62nd Street PL 1.8381
Tuesday night Frank Legree's House Party and

Celebrity Show


Wednesday night Biggest Amateur Show in town.
ANNOUNCEMENTAny
Sunday night Ladies Night


club or organization interested in FREE ADMISSION ALWAYS FREE TABLES


promoting shows with big name record
SATURDAY B. B. KING

ing stars, such as: Chuck Jackson, Ike


and Tina Turner Revue with 18 artists, MARCH 16 And His Orch.


or any other shows, contact the HARLEM

call FR, Sun., March 17
SQUARE CLUB in person or
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Advance 1.65 I Harlem Gardens

3-3488, ask for Mr. Goldman. Opa-locka

Door $1.95 B. B. King andOrchestra

These promotions are wonderful for fund
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for officers and ((5)) increasinfi I port of the Minimum Foundation
dues tb support a proposed expanded Program and removal of
Florida Teachers Vote Today program of service to the freeze on ASIS units; raising
I teachers. teacher standards by re
pealing the competence award
The Burney, treasurer Other aspirants .! Among legislative proposalsare statute; statute recognition of
By MARIAN SHANNON ed will! serve for two years. financing education .sup.kF' "
president-elect succeeds to the were nominated from the teaching as' a profession and
Foremost on the agenda' of presidency. This year, Cecil convention floor. support of Federal Aid to Edu-
J the Florida State Teachers Association Boston, principal of Jones High Vital Issues to be decided are cation.
' second day's events Is School, Orlando, will take the the program of action for legis- Encompassed In the resolutions
the voting of more than 900 reigns as president' at the closeof lation resolutions' and the acceptance to be released by the Committee
teachers: delegates to tho con the convention.. Dr. G. L. : of an all-Inclusive Constitution , on Resolutions is the
>,,\ ventlon, who will cast their ballot Porter Is executive'secretary. for FSTA concern for the "teacher image."
for the officers of the As- Among FSTA members aspiring The teacher as a citizen is vital
sociation. Representing 10 per for offices In the associa Samuel A. Hunter unleashed, presidentof a I and necessary; and, a call for
cent of the total membership, tion are: Alvin Benton, presi FSTA, has for .',"profes full equality with other citizensin
for dent-elect James Hill Samuel "crash program" the exercise of
based on one delegate every ; the three- political rights
and
ten members, the ballots will McDonald, Benjamin F. Ste sional, survival" has adopted and responsibilities Is a major
decide who will pilot the assoc phenson, Catherine B. Smith, day convention part of the FSTA resolution ac-
iation. With the exception of district vice president at large; many of his platform proposals tiort.
president-elect, all officers ,elect L. ,H. Means. chaplain; Harry .L. tion.for ..a continuing program ac- Following a banquet sponsor-
ed by the 'Department of. Classroom .
", CONSTITUTIONAL I Teachers,":. FSTA, the
CHANGES; LEGISLATIVE! u teacher *will be entertained at
oj ,- ACTION, : 11 1 1 Bayfrdnt.* Park Auditorium by'
Five basic constitutional the famed Lou Walters revue,
changes are to considered by "An Evening in Paris'
delegates. First, realignment of :''p.p
districts, ((2)) combining officesof .
executive secretary and trea- Our brightest blazes\ of gladness .
.\ .. surer, ((3)) discontinuation'of are commonly kindled by
,,' --- sparks..
nonfunctional position: or offices unexpected Samuel
4)) establishing criteria Samuel }Itinert{ tfSTA Pres Johnson



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II :" YMCA Weekend Camp Mar. 22 I A ," I .
. new nation conceived -
;.k, ,All grade school: and high campers under the supervision I

.;.,1It-.'.school boys and 'girls will have of ship.qualified-Christian' Leader in liberty and dedicated -
the opportunity of getting away
from the hustllng-t/ustllng Among the activities offeredare to the proposition that all
noises of ,the city on March 22 hiking, swimming, dancing, ,. ,
group songs, athletics, chapel, ,j'
It is on this date that tho Q. softball, crafts, nature study, men are created'equal.*" :k k
'w. Carver Branch YMCA has campfire, cookout, basketball
scheduled another Weekend and devotions.All -Lincoln at Gettysburg. ., Pa.-.'
Beautiful -
Camp outing at Camp
',Owalssa-Bauer, located in the youngsters interested In November 19, 1863
Redland district of Homestead. attending this activity must reg.
ister at their schoolor
According to Franklin D. come to the YMCA, 5770 NW Is-
Ross, the scheduled activitiesare 15th Ave., phone OX 1-0231. 1n ,. -
: designed to create a most Registrations should be in the "
wholesome atmosphere for all branch's office by March 18. Happy Birthday!
: :

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Day or NightWe have made available a, timely, appropriate and desir-

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Also Rent

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take Proclamation at 50c each (enclosed find $-)
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SCHOOL MUST BE ,SOLD 'FOR THE BALANCE DUE .$150,000 WORTH OF D
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I. ----:- : .--- 61 FWU ..........$U29 $42J6 '60 DODIE ..........$ 917 '$36AZ '58CHEYWMIT .......$ 696 VIM
.,.M '61 CKVMLET .....$1212 $47.91 '60 NIl ......... $11.00 '58 FORD ...........$ 497 $27. 1
.; ,.. .,DAY. .OR. EVENING CLASSES\ . 61 HTNMJn .......$ 949 $.47.23 59 fOlD ...........1195 $22.29 58 PLYMOUTH ......,5 462 $26Jf
I. ,; f'\' '60KMEOT ........$ 389 $19.97 '.59 PlYMH1ll l ....... $22.15 '58UNCOUI ........$ 995 $]U9
Ages 18-55 years '60 VALIANT ........$ 162 $34.00 '59CHEVROUr .. .. '
.$ IN $28.72 57 FORD ...........$ 261 $14.00
'J PAY AS YOp 'GO FREE JOBS '60NKX .........$1128 $42.74. '59 DODGE .........$.698 $22.00 57 FORD ..........,5 399 $19.97
'60 IORYAII ........$ 196 $35.12 '59IMOTO .........$576 $21.00 '570EVMin ......S'34S $1941
( ) '. : '60 CHEVROLET .......$1054 $40.68 'S9AN6UA .........$ 487 26.00 '57PlTMOVni .......$ 349 $1943BEST
OVER 150 CARS.f AOM. $100 UP SK US TODAY .
1 BE OUR GUEST.VISIT OUR SCHOOL FIRST

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