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Title: Miami Times
Uniform Title: Miami Times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: April 6, 1963
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028321
Volume ID: VID00696
Source Institution: University of Florida
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40TH YEAR, No. 32 MIAMI, _

I Ministers Blast Light.. and Phone Companies [';1

I Birmingham Begins All k k* Jimcrow Hiring Practices" II I

OutFight For Rights Charged- in Letter F

The public utilities and some have to use city, the all.

Blrniliighani he will fight until racial barriers gomernmental agencies were accused ance said. y \
The integration fight In
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Wednesday of Job discrim- The lette. that !'exccntJp
Ala. this Week got are down in Birmingham. ;
He said. a.. : tt ination against Negroes by the the areas a J\ba ae.r.rem J1; +
arrested ? )
warmer as .21 Negroes were
Greater Miami Ministerial Alliance in tttf'Ate s, some!
at downtown departmentstores "Birmingham Is the most hospital w II and teachers: ,

lunch for counters.At attempting. to sitInat thoroughly segregated tUg city \t In a letter to President Ken for Negroernmental c n,". local govguUtyoff'
In the United States today. All nedy pointing out the economic en s are a ''.,
a meeting Tuesday night, our forces will be marshalled situation created locally by the disci1 i"" ..

the Rev. Fred L. Shuttlesworth, here to bring about a nonviolent and signed by .. /
The federal govt ..,
president of the Alabama Chris Integration and recognitionof iu1 the president, the Rev. Edward .
not boast of a substantial num-
tian Movement for Human human; rights. T. Graham, the group said:
ber of Jobs held by Negroes except
Rights, said, "When Its you're At the same time 19 Negroes "We do rot want to be 'used. possibly in, the Post Office
both sides ter
., squeezed rible." on marching to the Leflore County WAF Airman Third Class We reject any effort which Department. And hero,we do not
Attending the meeting were Courthouse Greenwood, Miss Bennle L. Pearson, daughter of would offer our people pana- find any supervisory positions,,"
to register, were arrested 'when Mrs. Doll H. Pearson of 1520 ceas rather than cures, or char. stated the letter.
Dr. Martin Luther Ging, the they refused to obey an order NE 154th St., Miami, is being Ity rather than Job opportunities. The ministers said the dangeris
Rev. Wyatt Tee Walker and the by police to disperse. Comedian reassigned to Sheppard AFB, more than economic. "It '
Rev. ,Ralph Abernathy. Dick Gregory Is leading the Tex., for training and duty as "We resent those who would could have a very unhealthy
fight for equal rights in Green. an administrative specialist cover up the basic Issue of the psychological effect on the Ne-
King told his audience that wood. Negro's denial to equal share of gro by lulling him Into a false-
Airman Pearson recently Force completed his country's!: resources, with the sense of security; In being led!
United States Air cry of Cuban encroachment to think that there is genuine
basic military training at Lack interest in him se. Thereare
Mays Student Receives land AFB, Texas. The letter stated that NegroesIn also possibilities per of political
the Miami area have never "
I overtones.
The Airman, a lOGO graduate
held which remain stable
Top Science Award of Northwestern Senior High under mild recessions. The alliance praised the Negroes
.. School, attended. County Pointing directly to the two for their tolerance In spite- t
Junior College.lDWIGHT
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Sharon Hepburn, an 8th gradestudent largest public utilities, the ministers of competition from Cuban refugees -
School said that no Negro has and that Miami Negro
High ,
from Mays
IS Ueen employed as operator or leaders "are to bo complimented!
as,, a result of her superior project office worker although Negroespay in,,keeping their peoplo'sane' and!

k In the Regional Science NEGROASTRONAUT thousands! of dollars xjf? o,"r on even,keel,,while many aroundl r
Fair was selected as. the Top FIRST service. them were losing their headsYouth .'"

Girl Winner in the over-all lower _.
"The severest hardships have --- --
ntyIk was 1-12 and Aureomycin come to the Negro population
A { Junior Division. Her project Air mainly because of the position Hall Girl
i Edward Dwight: Jr., an
Their Effects on Chickens. She Force Jet training Instructor, is which they occupy" on the local Died of Asthma. I
1 in this division economic ladder, the letter
was, the No. girl the first Negro candidate for future -

and received a completeset U. S. manned space flights.; stated. the Marion Gray, 14, of 1145 NWT4th.
of Our Wonderful World En- Is "As a matter of fact,
The 29-year-old captain
Southern Dell Telephone Co. has Ave., an 8th grade student:
clopedia. Kansas CIty.Dwight refused repeated requests from at Booker T. Washington flight\

.r 4 This Is the first time a Negrowas and 14 other test I substantial citizens to discuss School, was found March 28 int
successful In winning a top pilots were chosen to attend the policy," it said. a dry bathtub at Youth Hall. !
award In the Regional Science fourth' class of the Aerospace She was given artificial res. f
Fair Competition. Research Pilots Course. The "The Florida Power and Light plration and was taken to Jackson
Navy soon will name a 16th. Co.., while somewhat more con Hospital where, she was
Mrs. Betty Carey Williams siderate is not far removed from pronounced read on Arrival
the sponsor of this student andother To date, only 14 fliers have the local pattern of subtle discrimination Juvenile Judge Ben Sheppard
members of the Mays High completed the course. Ten more against Negroes. declared Wednesday that micro-
family are very pleased with are scheduled to graduate in The day of the kerosene lamp Is sqoplc tests proved that asthmawas
these accomplishments. [ May. I gone," And the Negroes also the cause of? her death.


I White Principal AssignedTo Omega Psi Phi District Meeting Here April 11-13 ': I

Representatives from fifty /4''*" ship commislon; Emory L. Jack-

Negro Jr. High SchoolIn chapters of the Omega Psi Phi son, Birmingham, chairman so-
faternlty will converge on Miami cial action. State directors are:
Its, appointments Wednes- polntment was part of a plan for a three-day district meetIng Alabama, Samuel A. t
,day of.. principals for next fall 'to lift the quality of Negro education beginning on Thursday, Moulton; Florida, Dr.,W A. Mc-
the Dade County. School Boardnamed in Dade County. April 11 and extending through Millan Bcthune-Cookman College -
the first white person tp : April 13, according to announce , Daytona; Georgia, Robert '
the princlpalshlp of a school In Traditional, the principalships ments from Dr J, T. Brooks, administrative F. Church, Fort Valley; Mississippi
of schools have been filled
assistant at Alaba- Dr. Charles Campbell
a Negro commuJ'lty.Edward by' Negroes., It has not been Joncsb
ma State College, the District College, ; r. Ed-
Arahlll of said if the board: tried to find a '
principal Representative (,ward ,''J, Draynon.In Malleus of
Scott Lake Elementary School qualified Negro for the post The ,theme,for this session Is 'the host r chapter at,Miami.MI8H .
was appointed to head the new Among other appointmentswere "Eemerglng Urban Problems: w x I
Richmond 'Heights Junior High! Opportunities For Uplift. Keynoting -
Mrs. Alzelina Plnkney to ,
SchooUl I 'Goulds, and Mosely Doles, to the opening session will r h' \-,
;: School officials reportedly Richmond Heights Elementary be the Rev. Roger P. Fair, of m
,laid that Arahill was an excellent , Bethune-Cookman College Daytona
principal and that his ap- Beach. The feature speaker
a 4L) for the public program on Fri. *
:j !BACKYARD day night will be Dr. William K.

ROWAN SWORN IN FUSS ENDS Payne, president of Savannah
: ( State College A. Dennis Barnett,
AS 'AMBASSADORCarl IN DEATH second vice district representative
and a senior student at
I' T. Rowan a Negro "from A 51-year-old Miami woman Alabama State College, will'con a
red Tennessee town" has ;was shot and her next- duct a workshop for undergraduates. -
a clay door neighbor Monday during Representing the Supreme 1)11. EDWARD BRAYNON
been sworn in as U. S. .ambassador a backyard argument police re Council will be Ellis F. Corbettof '. Ho..t BalleiM. ALPHA PHt. M.PNA'pMiss '
to Finland.This North Carolina A and T Col-
ported. volving representatives of the
= Is a big day,"'Rowan de Police 'saId Mrs. Lona' Whit. lege editor of the Oracle the official various chapters. The directorfor Samantha Edwards is '
dared. "Giddiness conies easily; fraternity publication. 1 this of the Is a graduate of Florida A: M
hard taker of 237 NW 7th St. was phase program and
is little to come ,
humility a A highlight of the three-day University while at FlorfcU
shot ,through the forehead witha >Elliott Scavella. ,
I1nce 'President 'Lynd Johnson .38 ,caliber revolver by Mrs. resentatlve; P. I. Greene,' Blloxi, Other district officers art A and M she wag, soloist .wi"'. h
took the unusual step of goIng Carrie Mitchell 40, of 235 NW keeper of records and seals; Dr. Harry .J. Vander III, Jackson the famed concert chorus. She ... ...
to the State Department to 7th St. Mrs. Mitchell was charged confab whose headquarters will College, first vice district rep. has"given several' concerts"tiac* :-
with Secretary of with manslaughter.Mrs. be the Hampton House, will be J. E. Carter Jr., Augusta, keeper mOving to Miami from Tallahassee.
State participate Dean Rusk in the cere- Mitchell told police Mrs. the Talent Hunt competitions !In- of finance; U. G. Home, Miami, ., Miss Edwards Ispres. ; t
nony. Whitaker started a fire in her district marshall!; Dr. LeRoy Er- ently employed at the Douglas
Rowan, a former prize-winning back yard and ashes dirtied her vin, Jaskflonville, district Chap. Elementary School as Resource
ewspaperman, has been an assistant clean clothes hanging on the tacked her with a Hoard when lain; Dr. Paul I. Clifford, Atlanta Music Teacher.. She la a candi
secretary of state. line. She said Mrs. Whitaker at- she complained. University, chairman scholar- ,date for Miss Alpha' Phi 'Abaft.

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From 4 Southern States

Preformance' of, MIAMI AFRICAN in the Omega Psi Northwestern. Arthur L. Evans .I I'I
Command METHODIST EPISCOPAL Brothers Inc. are anxiously I director of the choir of MiamiNorthwestern {
served as our official

"IVSiracBe Worker" Tonight 243 NW 9th Street, 26th anticipating annual district the approachIng meeting -- 'I accompanist for the con.

,' here April I testants.
Miamlit36, which convenes,
..... --,-' ..'_ FloridaMarch
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&4 Promised to be one of the
President John F. Kennedy most outtstanding features of
White HouseWashington the meeting is the Talent Hunt
D C. which is certain to captivateyour

Dear Mr. President: school; musical students throughout Interests. High Fla.,

r : We know that the duties of Georgia, Alabama and Mississippi
your office are pressing and will vie for the title of win-
heavy. And, certainly, we do ner with a possibility of repre--
not wish to add to them. But senting our district in the Na
we have a serious situation herein tional Talent Hunt.It .
Miami, that has to do with is with pride that we announce
the Cuban Refugee problem. that Conchita Clark, who
These people have been forcedto recently made a remarkable appearance -
leave their native land becauseof at Radio City Music
Communist tyranny and we flail, is a )product of the Savannah -
are obliged out of Christian District. Resulting from
charity to welcome them and this, she became a National
offer them the hospitality of Talent Hunt winner, thus win-
our home. ing national and international

However, because of the large acclaim. Sk j.
Fox students at Miami 4 --k
number that are concentratedhere Sandra a
in Miami, It has createdan Northwestern will representour ;j
acute problem. Under normal local chapter as its contes
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conditions the Negro pop tant. Miss Fox, who is a soprano -
ulation, here in Miami, has always in the choir at her school, MISS SANDRA FOX
been faced with many and has made varied appearances on Aurora Griffin, our local winner
varied problems, such as eco' programs throughout the mediaof of last year, is presently
nomic, employment, housing,' radio, television and record studying at Savannah State College
educational, and social.problemstoo ings which her group has re as a result of a scholarship
I numerous to mention. leased. received from her participation
Because of the tremendous re such a brilliant performance, Students of other local high In the District Talent Hunt.
sponse from the general public, she was one or five students attending Our two congressmen, Honorable schools who participated in our This competitive progk'ahwin
the North Dade Thespians will the festival to receivea Claude Pepper and the local Talent Hunt In November, be augmented by vocal and
present a repeat performance of certificate for unusual merit. Honorable Dante Fascell are 1962, will receive awards for instrumental selections rendered
"The Miracle Worker" at the Veteran Thespians Betty Tuc dedicated men who are fully their participation. Among by students of our local JUii I
North Dade School AuditoriumIn ker, Sytrania Williams, Patsy. aware of the danger and are these are Barbara Howell and for and senior high schools 1
Opa-locka on Friday, April Ferguson, Louise Wallace, Calvin working night and day to ease Teresa Lewis, Booker T. Wash. ,I
5 at 8:30: p.m. Dorsett and Anthony Cul- some of the tensions that have ington; John Samuel, North Elliott J. Scavella,
mer will play the principal roles. been created by this situation.As Dade; Pudy Mahoney, Miami Talent Hunt Director, will pie-
This highly acclaimed play Other characters in the play are side. There will not he an admission
by William Gibson is the real portrayed by Sally Sharpe, result of this unusual con fee and all lovers of
life story of the blind, deaf, Irene McCombs, Prince Williams dition that exists here, the crime Musical good music are urged to be pres
mute Helen Keller and her devoted Anthony Armbrister, rate has soared out of frustrated ent.
teacher, Annie Sullivan. Barbara Boynton, Gladys Perry hopes and desperation. More- ExtravaganzaMusic
Presented in three acts, the and Bernard Stuart. ever, certain hostilities have
lovers! It is that timeof ANDREWS JEWELERS
play reveals in stirring emotion Director James B. Randolph' developed because native Amer
packed scenes their struggle to says that this is the most dif leans are left Jobless, some with year again The North Dade EXPERT WATCH AND
Junior School band
bring Helen out of her dark large, families, having been re High
ficult, but: by far the most prom. orchestra, under the direction of CLOCK REPAIRS
silent world. placed in their Jobs by refugees.
ising production ever presentedby James H. McCall, will presentits 40 Year in Business
The North Dade Thespiansare the troupe. He guaranteesthe Mr. President, we are ap fifth annual musical extravaganza All work guaranteed
featuring a newcomer, Diane audience a choice eveningof
praised < Christian Thursday 11 at
a? a Organizational : April
Smith, in the role of Helen. entertainment. 303 N.W. 2nd Ave.
of your generous and 8:15: p.m. in the auditorium. Do-
This talented young actress Reservations for this special sympathetic feeling for all suf. nation $1.00 adults, fifty cents FR 3-0152
made her debut at the University command performance may be fering people; however, as badas children.

of Miami Drama Festival made at North Dade High, NA the situation is now It Is ......"'- "- .....""" ""'" ..... ""- """ ............ .... ""' ..... ,....
early last month.. She gave 10530.
progressively worse
.1 because of the new influx of
I these refugees every week.It BRAND NEW HOMESAVE

Rodeo ,Coming* To Palmetto Sneedwav is
I our sincere prayer and '
One f the largest rodeos eer- quarters In DenverkColo," L. N hope that you will use your MONEY
held in the southeastern United Dodd, a said. good office to bring some int Owner at 2920 N W. 50th Street
States will be staged Friday, "Some of the best riders In the mediate relief to alleviate this
Saturday and Sunday, April 19, country will be: here to compete suffering in our community.We 3 bedroom, 2 baths, garage. Open 3-5 p.m
20, 21 at Palmetto Speedway during the three days for 1310 N.W. 72nd Street
Park. cash prizes, expensive, belt are your dedicated ser
vants in Build lot. No down
buckle awards and points which Christ, on your money
The speedway park Is located Greater Miami AME Minis. Cash paid! for lots and homes
will apply to the participants
Just off the NW 74th St. exit of terial Alliance
the Palmetto Expressway in Mi standings In the national rodeo BARON JE
Bishop W. F. Ball 8-1340 JE 2-4343
ami. finals In the west at the end of Rev. T. E. Wright
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"This rodeo has been sanctioned the year. Rev. S. A. Cousin
by the Rodeo Cowboys
Association (RCA) with head- Painless ,Office Treatment of


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National Sorority of Phi Delta Upon Correction of Rupture.
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Friday evening, April 20 in the

Our basileus, Helen Holton, DAILY: AND SUNDAY 8 A.M. to 10 P.M.
will attend the regional meetingin \l 1520 ,N.W. 62nd Street
Memphis, Tenn, which will ;, JOHN A. McMINN, OwnerAUTO
be held during the Easter vaca
tion.After .
enjoying a delightful
thanked for her hospitality and B
all departed for home. v ttI

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:'\ Barbara Carnegay Knights of Pythias THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA. /. ,.: .

And CalantheRose SATURDAY APRIL 6, 1963 PAGE 3

: Weds Marion Harris of Sharon Court No. 23,
Mrs Mallssia Harris, counselor
:t. will meet the second Monday --Chatter That Matters--

,w Bethel AME Church was the Barbara Mason, Tenn. State; after the fourth Sunday, April I I
setting for the December 31, McNeroy Dickey. Tenn. State: 11.
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ring wedding ceremony Jacquelyn Chapman, Artis Park Court No. 59 will I
of Miss Barbara Jean University; Mrs. Claudia Leathof also meet in April. Mrs. Victoria Hlggs is inviting I they are Delta Sigma Theta's
Carnegay of Mobile and Marl Philadelphia served as the Chancellor. counsellor meet- friends to the April 13th 1963 Debutantes are all aflutter
on if arris ii of Ala. The matron of honor She is the slater " Ing was held April 1 at the wedding reception In honor of over having been selected for
Rev, a. A. Cousin officiated. of the bride. temple hall, 3280 Charles Ave., her daughter, Helen's marriageto this honor.
Barbara Jean is the daughter Coconut Grove. They discussedthe Barnett Holspno. The recep *
Of the late Theodore R. Came. The bridesgrooms were: Frank tion will be held at the 75th St.
weekend on Miami Beachat OSCAR EDWARDS JR. i I.
A University
Major, and M
gdy dttd Mrs, Clarice Carnegay, home of Helen's brother Earl.
; David Johnson, Bethune- the famous Roney Plaza. All spending his Air Force leave
Cookman; Edwin Roberts, A ticket money will be turned in with his parents, the Senior Os.-
and M Univ.; Freddie Monroe, on time. It was sponsored by GET WELL WISHES TO: car Edwards of 49th St. .J,
A and M Unlv; Albert Moore, a the Knights of Pythias and Mrs. Mary Cox, who Is at Ced _ __ C I
native of Miami and presentlya Courts of Calanthe.ChancellorCounsellor. ars of Lebanon Hospital. Mrs. MRS. J. L. BRYANT spent
student at Dillard University will be Maedell Nealy, who is recuperating last weekend in her honutownv
best at home after having Savannah Ga.THOMAS .
served as man. ,
here the 9th of A meet
on April. been recently' ,hospitalized .
Honor flower girl was Mattye ing will lie held on that night
N. HANNA and his'
sponsored by the Knights and
Carnegay of Haines THE LINKS were hostess.
other ladies. Activities Japanese bride are visiting'relatives
City. ed by Evergreen Murphy at the
Other flower girls were Cathy will be held at the Knight Beat. Hampton House on Saturday and friends while awaiting'his
s r x Cole of Miami and Heather Jo- Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Steward past. Members are still talking reassignment after a lengthy
nell Leath of Philadelphia. The and Robert Randolph and son about the unique and lavish Far East span....
ring bearer was Master Stevie attended the funeral of Mrs. Easter decor and entertainmentwhich
4& ,. Ingraham. Lula Randolph of Tampa who charming Hostess Mur THE ROYAL' 20's will host I
died March 22. Funeral was held phy had awaiting them. friends at their annual dance r
3 Dorothy Jenkins, a student at March 27 at Greater Bethel Bap- Friday night in the Bayfront p f
Spelman College, Atlanta, was tist Church of Tampa. ST. AGNESITES were pleasedto Park Auditorium.
in charge of the guest book. have their priest, Father I
The bride was given away by Photos John E. Culmer back In his pulpit OUR DEEPEST SYMPATHY Ito
her brother Ernest E. Carnegayof on Sunday after his recent lona Bucholtz In the recent i .
Haines City.Mrs. By Adamsfotos Illness. loss of her father who was
funcralizcd last weekend in
Easter photos by Adamsfotos, i OCALA will hold their Lowry, FlaPLEASE

Its ..............."-.. 212 NW 7th Ht (Mary Elizabeth 'monthly meeting at the beautiful ...
Bldg.) are exceptionally beautiful Bunche Park Lanes Confer SEND all news for
tPSAFCTY-3 1 ) and In natural color. Prices ence room on Saturday. this column in care of The Miami
are right. Ask for Louise. Open .._w Times 0740 NW 15th Ave.
.? ... ... in Florida all day.dreds MRS. WALTON Y. ROBIN I!
-? I II SON, A. L. Lewis Elementary

} ; principal, is representing the DR. M. RADIN

1 Colston Named to Cancer PostMrs. /at homa Elementary the City.National Principals'meet in Council Okla Sunday 10 a.m. 12 neon d

: Nathaniel Colston, for of scientists who are seeking .}. General Practice 1
Y of 5253 NW 24th place. The a valuable workerfor new cures for cancer and OUR OWN David Robinson,
is the son of Mr; and Mrs. many years I much of their work, includingthat a new student at Duke University 1159 NW 3rd Ave.
Marion Harris Jr. of Mobile, the American Cancer Society being done right here in is in town spending his 1
Ala. has again been named to play a Dade County, looks promising; spring vacation withis Phone 374.1419
I major part in the Society's an mother. j{ Open dally 0:30: 1 p.m. '
The bride wore a long sleeved nual April crusade. We're looking forward to an ., _._t I
white floor length chiffon gown even more successful campaignthis THE CHARMING senior girls 5-8p.m.
interwoven with old French lace Mrs. Colston, who has servedas year to support that work.' who have been notified that I
around the neckline. Her head librarian at the Booker T.
piece consisted of' a small Washington School for many
queen's pearl crown with a years, accepted this responsibility .
flowing veil. She carried a white willingly. She stated, "The IUNDC0 WHISKY II PROOF 15%GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS.01113 SCHENLEY DISTILLERS CD,11.YQ
Bible. progress we have seen in the
past few years is enough to .i i
The wedding party included keep anyone working. The '
bridesmaids. Barbara Williams, American Cancer Society's research ,: )'. < ., >: "
the ,
Florida A and M University; program supports hun Enjoy : f

1\ 58 Per, Cent of Bethune sunny y morning flavor ofchenleu 'i';;

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Seniors Score on NTE If t.'"

Dr. W. A. McMillan dean of er is qualified for an Increase, : F
Bethune-Cookman College an he would have to score 600 or $ :''
nounced that 100 BethuneCookman more and be recommended by I iH i ter
his principal and supervisor.
College seniors took the
National Teacher ExaminationsIn : ..
February, which were ,

administered at the Daytona 11/4 ACRES ...
Beach Junior College and Main .
land Senior High School (white) \
and that 62 scored from 500 to PALM BEACH I IJ

747 on a possible 800 scale, or [
Bethune-Cookman College senIors :
scored from the 00th per. 375 \ 1, '
centlle to,the 19th percentile. "

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Dr. McMillan indicated that In MSj'1 1\4 ....

February, 1962, 16% of the seniors .. C"t.J..... t: J'
scored' over l 500; In July -- .. 1rM1x; 1 Mi L,
19C2, 46% scored l 500; In October ..:
.... .... cleM
22% scored over 500; and
1962, SJtoiV. ..>*,... to ..' '
In FebVuary 1063, 58.4% scored ... '-. p h VMMl .
over 500. a.. ..... MtIS'SS&fWK...Kw. I'I
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Out of a prospective gradua- d1w..e. $Nle ........I.. NI0W
Ing class of 180 students, 106 ...... .... MliHll ..... .
plan to teach in the public ....... tot**** Miami. MM*
timiitmu. MA.BMltarf.
schools of Florida. Out of the !in- ton.* wr ; I:, ", 'J'1'
106, 75 are majoring In Elemen ffH MnMMtM mspqMla
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lIMM w Wt f 1 1.111'
tary' Education. Wtn HI.l back jfty M ,HtttfM m tw 1nfN.Mimi to Mnt7M Ig t ( I TT w 1JchenIe.q \

The Florida State Legislaturein rn to MA .
1961, passed legislation mak
Nat Ratn r, Realtor
ing It mandatory that In order "
M.B. Federal Bldg. :
for a teacher to receive a Rank !. .
deer: LteMte-WMhlflctM
III Certificate to teach in the JE 8-5664 .." ,t ,;.. r
public schools of Florida ,
wou1d.have to take-the.Naional Miami Beach Florida il.J

Teacher,Examinations score .
5oO oc-more.and-before-a,teach- I

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\t!1 I iLiiiij FREEDOMS l ROAD Ted April 21

HF ntmi rennY i The annu al Calendar! 'Tea ot

: I ., . . ___ the .bSde tot ilfity Ybufte Dernh
IiI'' " ,," 'I'I""II" t"II"'tl' '.r.---- cratic As o .qHdr- xvili i 1 -be, held

I 't . Most of the Miami comnlurtl' prolonged! from legislature Idlegislature. Sundayj A ,in the Fiestt
I .r.. 4 I ... ty rejoiced along With Fathei. Room df the Mary Elizabeth
: II. K. StniSMUXD nR).\"ES. Editor and Publisher Theodore e reversal There Is some talk'.now that JI tel.
i l rx. UARTII C. RKEVK8, 'Managing Editor by. the U.13. SdprerneCourt the committee faces death In Mrs: Portia BanrliSter and
of his contempt convic- If It .is Mrs,
i the legislature.
new sot
Member of the Associated Negro' PTTOT Dana Chapman have been .
__LL._ I tion. Unfortunately, there is always long overdue? and its demisewould named
t Member of the National Newspaper" Publishers A QCmUOII minority general chairmen for the
I 1 that prejudiced end Its ridiculous career event.
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"1 SUUSCIUI"TION RATU8 who would still like to see s@g: without any tears or grief (except
:,.._ YEAR $. .OO SIX MONTHS $3.0 r nmal'lea.oo.: regation prevail.and the NAACP perhaps on the part of ML A special Innovation this year
run out of the state 6f Florida.It Strickland chief Investigator, will be the preparation of
Kirtered as Second Ct.M Matter, Angnst 9, 1927, at the Post Office must be a source of regretto and Atty. Mark Hawes, part- by l the Home Economics tables
l.: at )Miami rt)rida, under the act of &|*rcb 3, 1870 . these people.that Father Gibson i time counsel.) A, quarter million menu: of the JaeaJ\ senior Depart.and
was cleared and that the dollars is n great deal of hlga
. Alain OfMta at O74U }a.\\. l&m -J'-o.ox"i.Odl. junior j ; Schools arid sOc
Uncb< at II12 N.W. Third Are., Miami Florid*--Tboo Fit..& I Miami Branch was not cited Even as money. It could have $ much and civic clubs.Committee .
a subversive organization. more wisely( aha Usefully spent
to those who disliked the Supreme by the legislature. Let us hope apolnted so far in-
YE EDITOR'S''' NOTEBOOKGovernor Court decision. It must that the Johns Committee meets elude: Program Mrs Lelfc Ivi!.
have been obvious that the Fla. its end soon without any more llama and Df B! A. \ aft1; hwj,
Farris Bryant's opening address to the Legislatureon Legislative Investigating Committee ado. Surely this poUU a 1.Yin.* tation, Miss ttuby Thomas;
Tuesday dealt with some very important'' Issues including unemployment was not solid ground but spired Committee must know P Souvenir PrQgrarrt; Mrs." Addfe
aid to senior citizens, federal aid to education and was using alleged Communistsubversh'e by now after having spent & Pierdeand Mrs; .Evelyn dartcn
an increase in taxes. quarter of a.million dollars useless I publicly), A. g. Mdzefle<; Tabes, .
subversion In the NAACP as a :
that there Are ho Witches Mrs. Genesta Sweeting l add Mrs
The governor recommends a change in the sales tax law to means to an end. to burn in i Florida.: Rosa Brady. J

include everything except groceries and medicines. This, he estl- .-- .- - --.onr-'..,.- ,---=-......-"---- -- ,
mates would bring an increase in revenue of 125 million dollars. A BACKWARD LOOK

:Tor financing the program for higher education the Governor Those of us who felt the
recommends revenue certificates amounting to 125 million dollars. wrath and harassing of the legIslative Palm Sunday and Easter
committee Iii question
Cigarettes also would get an additional three-cent: tax Increase
knew full w that Investigation .
producing over $26,000,000.< ) ) of tie Miami branch At Saint Agnes

Among chairmen of State Senate standing committees were was actually an attempt to lesSen
'Dade\s newly elected Senator George Hollahan, (corporation) and the effectiveness of .this or 1750 N.W. Third AvenueAll

Cliff Kerrell, public health. ganization.the time I of can the.only committee's wish thatat road lead to St. A'gne Church on Palm Sunday

The Florida Senate Investigating committee, Senator Charley strongest attempt to smear the The reason: Palm Sunday is more realistic there
Johns of Starke, chairman, which has been much in the news Miami Branch and its fighters
recently might be on the road to abolishment.The (about four or five years ago) SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
here in Miami, that as many
newspapers editorial writers 7:00 a.m.-Matin* .
suit filed on March 22 for Dr. John Brown of Miami by and TV commentators had come 7:15 a.m.-Blessing of Paltnft and Low Mas
the Civil Liberties Union has been withdrawn (mission accompushed. out as vigorously for Father I 10:30 a.m.-Distribution of Patms Procession Sung
Gibson and the Miami Branchas
) they do now.I Mass and Set' i of3 -
The State Board on Institutions agreed to desegregate facilities will allow myself only a 4:00 p.m.-Solehin Outdoor ?Procession led by St.
in the state office building at 1350 NW 12th Street. small amount of bitterness Agnes' Cornet Band
while I wonder If there wouldbe 7:30
p.m.-Solemn Evensong and Sermon
so many protestations If the
:I Senators Spessard Holland and George Smathers have proposed Supreme Court had not ruled -EASTER-

additional federal aid to Dade County because of the Cuban as it did. But in reality, and In Masses 5:15 a'.m.' (Sung) 9:15 a.m. (Low)
refugee situation. all fairness, five or six 10:45 '
v yearsin a.m. (High) 7:30 p.m. Solemn Evensong
Representatives Dante Fascell and Claude time makes a great deal of
Pepper are backIng and Easter in Song
difference !In racial progress,
the measure. Pepper wants a grant of 50 million dollars In and I am sure that what remainIng You are cordially invited) to worship at St. Agnes, the
federal aid under the development program. Wltterness still exists over Big Beautiful Church with the warm welcome
The case of former Sheriff Thomas J. Kelly who was fired the unnecessary and embarrassing Palm Sunday and Easter Day
by Metro's Manager Irving McNayr was before the State Supreme Investigation of the Johns
Court this week. Kelly claims the Committee must now be wiped
county manager usurped the out In rejoicing and In the victory -
power of the governor and the State Senate when he was discharged of democratic principles.


argument is that Dade County's Home Rule Charter SUBVERSIVES: Scholarship Fund Datlc@Presents
gave the county's manager the right to discharge Sheriff Kelly.
A Dade Circuit Court ruling held that Kelly should be rein It Is obvious now that the
machination of the Johns
stated.What was to harass and dis SHOWERS OF STARS"Dance

says the State Supreme Court? We must wait and see! credit Miami the Branch NAACP and through Its president its to the music; of "C Majors' Quintet". See and
Father Gibson. The refusalof hear some of Miami's sensational entertainers at the
Representative Leo Furlong urged Dade legislators to fly to Father Gibson to give up fabulous Bunche L \ne* Lounge, Opa-Iocka.
Washington next Tuesday to lend support to a Congressional hear the records was as right at the Tuesday April 16 Donation
ing aimed at getting 50 million dollars in Federal aid. Gov. Bry time of his refusal as it Is this $1.00T

ant might lead the delegation to Washington. very moment, because of our t, TABLES FREE
/1 Constitutional guarantees of will be on sale this weekend at Bunche Lanes

I The Cubans, at least those who favor refugee exiles conduct freedom. And of the speech hue and and cry association about Shop Lounge, 15th, Brownsville Ave. and 68th Drug Store and Rudy's TV
Communist St.
I ing raids on Castro's Cuba are raving at the United States becauseour Influence and Infil BENEFIT
tration Into the Miami Branch SCHOLARSHIP
government not only against the raids but is taking action was as ridiculous five years. ago ..- FUND
to stop them from the United States. as it Is today. As Supreme Court -
Coast Guard Border Patrol and agencies have been strength Justice Goldberg remarked, it --- -- ----- -
ened. Perhaps Washington is was obviously an attempt to
preventing such raids. harass the Miami Branch because YOU DON'T HAVE TO WAIT UNTIL
We can see the Cubans'
: viewpoint. They want to do
anything Lult8 fight for racial
that would hurt Castro, regardless of the outcome.We equality The Johns committee EASTER SUNDAYTO
believe Senator George Smathers Is on tho right track In did not ever show substantial

saying the Cuttins should have a government In exile. or version factual or evidence Communist of any sub- HAVE YOUR PHOTOGRAPH MADE
Where it Is to be Is the question. tion. Inriltra-


And now we come again to the
Congratulations Florida Legislative Investigatmr -
Committee. or as it la mm.. OF MIAMINO
The Miami Herald moved Into its new fabulous home In Herald monly called because of-- Its-
Square. Biscayne Bay at 14th Street. chairman the Johns

Sunday's 246 page issue was printed.. In the plant on the most There were some in the APPOINTMENT NECESSARY
modern machinery obtainable. legislature who did not --.1
such a committee to
At a pressroom luncheon on Thursday 500 business men and In the first place. Former 409 N.W. 17th Street FR 7-2294
i public officials watched the Herald go to press. LeRoy Collins said at the .
On Friday another group of businessmen went through the of a proposed creation of a sim ;;
ilar -
same routine.On committee when he was a -
state senator, that if -
Sunday at 130 pan. dedication and ribbon cutting will take committee was created it such would a "Living Service for the Living
place and the Herald will be opened for public inspection. be bound to engage in witch

At this ceremony the Rev. Dean Frank Titus, rector of Holy hunts and to harass people because -
Cross Episcopal Church and president of the Greater Miami philosophy of differences in political

Ministerial Association will give the Invocation. There will be a A backward look now bears
dedicatory prayer by Bishop Coleman F. Carroll of the Miami this out. and most of us see the
Diocese Roman Catholic Church. Johns Committee for what It is,

Rabbi David Shapiro, president of the Greater Miami Rabbin -the in? of thinlyveileditchhunt.the NAACP. hunting for- u'---r'
leal Council will pronounce the benediction before the ribbon alleged Communist infiltration

i cutting ceremony.An Into liberal o rJQn fa tlons. (and _
armed forces color guard will participate in the flag-rais hunt even further afield in its

ing ceremony. There will be music and entertainment suitable morals-of the college Investigation professors.of the
for the occasion.:
But perhaps the most distressing
Ye Editor remembers visiting the Herald in 1911. the year aspect of this whole situa ferL

+ after it was founded by Frank B. Shutts. It was bought by the that tion has is the been amount spent by of the money in ".. ) Range Funeral ,Home
in 1937.Omgrituiations !
present owners vestigating committee. A quarter Owj N. Patrick Range, ?.P_.'
to Publisher John S. Knight Editor JamesL. million dollars of tax-1yers' 5727 17th Avenue
Knight and all the Herald staff. money has been used by the OX ] Idl
committee as its life has been v OX 1-4343

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Closes Park After Ruckus I BIAS GERM KILLS \

Police In Macon could be cleared, but police :
MACON, Ga. park ;
closed Tattnal Square Wed said no injuries were re WASHINGTON Commun
nesday when violence erupted ist broadcast in Southeast Asia Board: flailedInvestigating for i
.for the third straight day be ported' has accused the U. S.of developing P
tween white and Negro young a germ. that will kill colored) p
.sters. Police said the only per people but l leave' whites 'unharmed Teacher
sons being admitted to the park a House subtommlttee: . ._"c'-I.. .r'
were those who appeared to be ,was told Friday. Jack D. Gordon,\)X) de County reconslder' his,, recommendation
teenagers or younger.. Assistant J, Leonard Relnsch, radio School Board-member? attacked that she be,(Ired and report
Police Chief J. F. Flynt said r- and this charge television!might executive seem ,ridiculous said school officials Wednesday" tor tfcfck.' to ,tie :!? ard. ,ti M .
that officers were unable to weeks
the second tlroe&Jnljtwo;
keep the crowds from growingand to us, but might "sound I for their method.*of- investigating .,UQU, presented his report-on
pretty'od" to an unsophisticated the, .accusations
after an officer saw a :,and reporting alleged, miss| March 0, Deluding
white child throw a rock, he black man. that she' had "Uq br on
ordered the park closed. Several He said it is the Job of the. conduct ,of,'teachers.He , her,breath whcn.Eftp. nte&fal0school )
'rocks were. ,. thrown: before. the U.S. Information Agency to answer charged 1at Mrs.. Laraine ,'after, her suspension to
r-- . such charges. Smithsuspended from the fac pick Up her personal belongings.
j. J .ulty1; of .Phyllis Wheatiey Ela- He'r. recommended. . <,'suspension -
htentary '"School for':"' absence < "t 1. I '"t \'1
Principals UrgeDesegregation Young DemocratsTo without l leave, had been handledIn Jr.:;"counsel
Atty. George Okell
a "highly Irregular way.
Meet TuesdayThe for Mrs. Smith producedfive
During an unusual second witnesses including Miss
Dade County Young
hearing which the board grant.
Marie White who testified
A national organization: of elementary Democratic Association will ed Mrs. Smith because of new that Mrs. Smith had not been
meet Tuesday night, April
: school principals has accusations were introduced
renewed demands that racial 9, 8 pm. in the Liberty Square against her following the first drinking on Jan.. 14. 1
discrimination be abolished in Auditorium, 6304 NW 14th Ave. hearing on Jan. 9, Gordon con Mrs. Hazel Troy, principal of
accordance with the 1954 cicely All members and interested tended that the teacher never Phyllis Wheatley,. and another
slon of the U. S. Supreme Court. persons are invited! to come out had an opportunity to ,defend teacher testified that they detected
I and take part. Special business .herself against the new charges alcohol on Mrs. Smith's
The Department of Element will be planning of the annual I-and never would have if the breath -
ary School Principals an affiliate FAMU GRAD WITH Calendar Tea for Sunday, April second hearing had not been
education '
of the National 21. granted.At .

t1 Association, said in a resolution: PEACE CORPS IN the first hearing, which i It is ............. .....

"We a train! strongly urge education ,VENEZUELAMARACAIBO try of preference. She was assigned was private, the board suspend. 19-SAFETY-3
to direct their efforts to.
to the staff of Mara ed Mrs. Smith until March as
ward developing that complete I Venezuela-The 'caibo's Unlversidad de Zulla a penalty for. being AWOL. It ....... in Florida.!
inter understandingwhich Peace Corps has proven a dream where her duties Include English also directed Supt. Joe Hall to ...
alone achieve human
can I come true to Florida's Miss Cora language instruction empha.
dignity, opportunity and" happiness I Louise Russ, of Pensacola, .a sis in reading: ; ability and instruction -
all Americans. i
for language l<) major (English, Spanish on the use of language c, FINEST SELECTION IN MIAMI
!!' and French), who Is now a laboratory equipment.Not .

,, "FIGHT" Peace university Corps English Volunteer here.teaching content 'at Just being $ HOMES OPENLOW
r Miss Russ had long: cherishedthe good teacher, the. desire for ac. LOVELY -.
Professional boxing as it is : idea of working with peoplein quiring 'other cultural backgrounds
run today should be abolished, Latin America Her l Invitation understanding led
says; former promoter William D. into the Peace Corps pro Miss Russ to offer her skills and LOW DOWN PAYMENTS ,t.
Fugazy in the current issue ofT gram provided two months of services to the Peace Corps. EZ' TERMS' LESS THAN RENT,
The Saturday Evening Post strenuous but enjoyable train. She Joins many other FloridaA : "
'y r lug at the University of North and M graduates who are ..
Fugazy who promoted two Carolina plus an additional Peace Corps Volunteers In various 1842 NW 48th Street
Lff Floyd Patterson-Ingemar Jo- month In Venezuela, her coun- parts of the world.
hanssen heavyweight) champion. -'. Brand new 3 bedroom, 2 bath beauty. No doling
ship bouts, acknowledged that costs No qualifying. Move right in. Two to choose
he wes a debt to boxing," but from.
"it's not that I'm against box A
ing. I'm against! anarchy. And .. ... ,
boxing, exists, is anarchyand { J 769 NW 49th Street, V .

worse." .' bedroom CBS, porch, carporte, inside is like new.

The former amateur fighter ; $12,800 tolflJ. $400 down, huge rooms,. completely.
said that "from top to bottom, ; it' ; redecorated. Just reduced: $noo. ,

professional boxing in 'the : ': ...- .o. ._.. .\c. t
;; t
United States Is sick. Lacking< : .
,;; ; 1000 J NW 75th Street
nationwide supervision, It provides .ilt '. ::8'' .;:
a "breeding area for cor } It : ,, !"", ; .:'., Huge corner house, 2 baths and huge Fla. room. V
ruption" and Fugazy feels the : <" '; 'tfr !g"J .
/ Newly decorated. $13,000 total. $400 down $80
.t kOne per
only to save the is I '
way sport if Y'I
'' through appointment of a fed ,.., month. Partly furnished. Stove and refrigerator.

eral boxing commission, accord. : } J., ,
,. ing to the article in The Satur f1ffr. 7545 NW 14th Avenue
"; day Evening Post. .,,. ,,},' ,,
'; <,., \ """': 3 bedroom CBS b* nty. hardwood' floor*, tile roof.
'j I No closing costs $695 down. Mve right in.
AnnouncementLOOK I .
',' LOOK! LOOK! 01 tne most revneling and provocative pictures to

': The Square Circle Sportsmen show here recently is "The Interns" now at the LIbCity NEWS REALTYThe

Club is sponsoring a moonlight I Drive-in. Cliff Robertson, Susy Parker and Nick Adamsare
boat ride on the beautiful I only ,threo of the many outstanding actors
Dream Boat April 11 at 8 p.m. ( Broker That Works For You) '
from Pier 5 foot of NE 5th St.
For tickets call OX 1-3242. Come 4600 NW 7th Avenue PL 4-0655
and enjoy an evening of plea. Lincoln Estates Motel iv
sure with us. Edward Bogie, (Open Sunday)

president, Ike Armstrong, sec

22339 S. Allapattah Dr. c.uid.


Spacious Rooms Stove & Refrigerator -

j Private room Bath each Modern 24 Hour Furniture Service Freeman's Shoe Store

Television Mad_ Service r.
o Large Closets Ample Parking Area 1

William Pinder, Sr. t/

Professional Piano Tuner f.l.

And' Repairer ; .
1935 N.W. 153rd St. ,

Phone MU 8.3770

Mr. Freeman Johnson, who has been repairing and

nuking shoe for the past five years, announce* 'the

RESTAURANT LOUNGEand opening of his new shoe department beginning
Friday, April

MINI FR 1-1439 .. Platter Parties Convenient Shopping EASTER SHOE SALE V . ,

Friendly Atmosphere Modern Prices Boys $3.98 Girls $12.98 Ladies $ ., ..
Delicious Food Open Every Nit.

lit? Phone Circle 7-9137 -o- ,
Drive south on u. S. 1 to Cutler Ridge chopping center SHOE. REPAIR SPECIAL-Do it ;yourself. shoe dye'
tarn left at Bowling alley special any color' $1.60
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Rev. P. S. Brown, minister PAGE 6 SATURDAY! ,APRIL 6, 1903
:Miss Desste Crocket, reporter
Church of The Open
"Blessed are the poor in spirit ST. MATTHEWSRev. Door

for theirs is the kingdom of Itar. If. C. McDowell pastor .
of Heaven. Blessed are they N. F. Clark, pastor A. B, McNeal, pastor
that mourn for they shall be This is a special announcement
comforted.-Matt. 5:3-4.: so read carefully, please Last ,Sunday Circle No. i

We were supposed to sponsor served a Lenten Breakfast
To all our sick and shut-insl .
to the aged and the bereaved .1 drama on March 18,, but because members and friends at a nominal -

among us, know that our interest of sickness we will had be to fee. Quite a few took advantage .
ostpone it. Now, it
and our prayers are forever April 22, of the fellowship. Mrs.
with Trust in Him who sponsored on Monday,
you. Earnest Chandler is
will ever keep you from falling 8 p.m. sharp. Please hold your dent. presi--
ticket, and thanks you for beingso

Our services are going on as patient. Tuesday night, April
usual each Sunday at the Com You will see one of the great. Circle No. 2 invites members
and auxiliary of all time. The
munity Center est dramas 'and friends to a church
meetings at Alt. Aaron Baptist title is, "At the Bar of Justice. party at Carver YMCA, 8 family
Church. Donation $1.00. It is sponsoredby
Come and get acquainted and
of St. Matthew's.
the men have lots of fun.
Everybody from Rev. J. E. Munroe, director;
invited worship at Mt. Tabor
at all to times.TEMPLE Miss V. Smith, reporter. Holy Week, will be a busy
week at the Open Door beginning .

Providence Women GRACE PRESBYTERIANAn with Sunday, April 7 there
BAPTISTRev. will be Palm Sunday observance
enjoyable service was with special music by the

Raise $2.800.80The L. A. Thompson, pastor held..-- .....last.---- Wednesday"-----...... ...__.evening.. .....-- choir.
Wltn erea oevejiia:: i. ayttuvcu-
women of New Providence ting uur Christian spiritual carried Palm Sunday out with services appropriatemusic will be tist Church, Elder Reuben Cox, Tuesday, April 9 there will
faith. pastor. This Wednesday eveningwe be a program sponsored by theDaymen's
are humbly grateful to and sermons. The choirs
will meet with them again Fellowship, Deacon
God and to all our membersand We were fortunate to have as will sing jointly. The Lord'sSupper and we ask that all membersand Isaac Mears, chairman of pro

friends who worked tire our evening speaker, Mrs. Gloria will be administered friends attend. gram. Wednesday, April 10 the
lessly to achieve our greatestaim B. Robinson of Miami, who during the morning and even- This Sunday morning Is Com Pilgrim Fellowship will sponsora

of victory.A raised was at her best with a soul stirring Ing. munion Sunday. If you can program, Miss Pauline Cole,
total of Woman's$2,800.80 was message. Step in time with The Spring Rally continues. bring palms to decorate the chairman.

during our Day. God: comparing our radio, tele- Members who were not able to sanctuary, we ask that you
We especially our vision how the saints sometime be out the fourth Sundayin please do so. Also, our national Thursday, April 11, 8 p.m.
general chairman, Mrs. May- clear low and out. With the spi March on still have u chanceto mission boxes are due this Sunday Maundy Thursday observancewith

belle Anderson, cochairman and all{ ritual tone with God. This message show that they are among and they will be dedicatedin ''Holy Communion.
Mrs. Emma ]
shall always be perpetualin the service.
our various committees for a Job the faithful, and that they will morning April 14, Easter Sunday we
our memory. Words in our Plans are being made for
part. will have
well done. heart cannot express our gratitude Easter and for Women's Day our mammoth Easter
We were blessed to have as to The choirs are preparing for observance under the Big Fiscus
our speakers. More Come and visitus
our morning speaker Mrs. Beatrice an inspiring Easter program, news soon. tree in the yard. Our friends are
Waldron of West Palm Mrs. Maybelle Anderson won and so are the children. regularly at invited to attend all these' ser

Beach who delivered such an first prize for raising ,the largo The musical program present. vices.
Inspirational message. Can you est amount of money. ed Monday .evening by the Invincible GREATER BETHEL AME

see analyzing the eye. And She was crowned by Mrs. E. Gospel Singers of Mt. 245 N.W. 8th Street SUndar' April 7 another
comparing the physical eye Walker as Mrs. New Providenceof Zion Baptist Church, Blmlnl, members will bye fel-
with the spiritual. With such 1963. Mrs. Mary F. White won Bahamas, Rev. J R. Smith, pas. Greater Bethel AME Church lowshlpped in the church.
effective message have stimula second prize. tor, was an interesting affair. invites all its members and

Everyone was impressed. Deacon friends to worship April 7,
Many, many thanks to all for Bruce Rolle is the mana special Palm Sunday services ST. JAMES AME CHURCH

MT. CARMEL M. BAPTIST your loyal support. May God ger-pianist. will be observed. The pastor,
bless each of you and may He Prayer meeting on Monday 'Rev. S. A. Cousin will bring an 1845 NW 65th Street

Hev U.I>> A. Bradley, pastor forever keep you. night., appropriate message for the oc Ruth E. Copeland, reporter

Mrs. Christine Cohen, reporter Bro. Otis Shelley is still In casion. Rev. J. B. Blacknell, pastor

Lord, my heart is not haughtynor Jackson Hospital. Let us con BAHA'I ASSEMBLYMr. We are standing on the thresh The 14th Homecoming
mine eyes lofty; neither doI tinue to visit and pray for all old of Holy Week between Palm James of St.
exercise myself in great mat our sick and shut-ins.,, Chester Davison of Sunday and Easter, when the on Sunday after
ters, or in things too high for Mrs. Ruth Smith, reporterRev. Ochopee, Fla. will speak at the greatest events in the historyof the week-long services. Thanks to
me.-Psalm 131 C. J. Burney, pastor BahaM i Center, 137 NW.llthJWe. the world occurred, the suffering many friends who helped
8 p.m. Sunday, April 7. His subject and crucifixion of Jesus to make this occasion a suc
Our pastor preached on last '" will be: "Can Peace Be Christ Our Lord and the resurrection cess.

evening and as he was outlin ST. ANDREWS I Maintained?" The public Is invited on Easter Morning. We Sunday School
ing his text I began to look over to attend. Phone.secretary invite you to come and worship 9130 with was openedat
the audience, and to see if they HollywoodFr. FR 1.5420, for further informa with us on this Holy Day. Mrs. M. Reynolds,
were trying to take in the message Elisha Clarke Jr., in charge tion. Easter Sunday, April 14, a hour presiding. Guests during this
were Rev. Lester Hutchi!
But this little thoughtcame
in my mind: Don't worry Holy Week schedule of service observed Sunrise here service will be son of Browns Town, B. W. I.
: Palm Sunday, Solemn at the church at and Mr and Mrs. F. T. Mercer.
about those out there, Just remember ST. PAUL A.M.E.' 5 a.m. The highlights of the
Sung Mass, blessing and distribution
house; and that He told stopped me to by love my of palms and outdoor Rev T. C. Kelly,,pastor worship will be a Candle Light At 3 p.m. Rev. T. Wright and

those who even misplace words procession, 11 a.m., the St. Ce Mrs. Lea Gray, reporterThe Service. The pastor will bring congregation of St. Paul AME
have thought was celia's choir will present "The the message, so please come and Church, Coconut Grove were
may retreat of the South ,Fla. worship with us. our A
said. Run for the end of timeIs Story of The Cross" in song at guests. wonderful fellowship -
this service. Soloists Mesdames Conference of ,the Missionary At 11 a.m. our most honorableand was experienced.At .
here. Keep preaching
on Is pas Maye F. Brooks and Julie Society will be held at St. Paul, beloved. Bishop W, F Ball
tor if our gospel be hid it
of the 11th 7 p.m. Rev. J. J. Williams
Clarke. Maundy Thursday: Coconut Grove, Mrs Agnes M. Episcopal Districtof
from those that are lost.
Solemn Sung Mass and strip. Ball, supervisor; Mrs. Jeanette the AME Church will bring and congregation of Metropoli

i I Prayer meeting every Tuesday ping of the altar, 0 a.m. Good Kelly, conference branch president the message. He is known tan AME Church were our
I night. Remember the sick Friday: The Mass of the Pre- ; Bishop W. P Ball, bishop. throughout the Christian world guests. A glorious experiencewas
I and shutlns. Sanctified, 6:30: a.m. The traditional Sunday was Missionary Day. for his eloquent sermons. had by.all who worshipped.
three hour service, 12 Our speaker of the morning was At this service the captains re-

noon. Mrs. Ora D. Taylor.Do ST. MARY'S. W.. M. ported a total of $2,860.95
not - ----
forget'to visit our sick
FIRST BAPTISTRev and shut-Ins. Rev 11. V. Stuart, pastor

W. M. Davis, pastor ANTIOCH BAPTIST I Miss Dorothy Major, reporter Patients Spring:

Betty Wiley, reporter 1899 NW (64th Street NEW MT. MORIAH Our services on last Sunday

Sunday morning's sermon Rev. O. W. Foster, pastor were very uplifting and Inspir- PartyThe
Rev. A. L. Shlpp
was delivered by Rev. Foster Bro. Casey Graham, reporterOn pastor ing.Visitors

and Rev. McBurrow deliveredan the next day much people You are always welcome to came from far and Southeast Florida Tuberculosis
inspiring message Sxmday that came to the feast, which worship with us. Beginning near to worship with us. Special Hospital at Lantana was
night. The number two usher they heard that Jesus was com with our Sunday School at 9:30: thanks to all who made the visitors again blessed this year with the
board rendered service and the ing to Jerusalem. Took LVanches morning worship at 10:45: even- feel at home. wonderful homecoming activity
male chorus sang wholeheartedly of palm trees, and went forthto Ing worship 6:45: and BTU at Sunday will be Palm Sunday. which is held annually. The
Sunday morning and night. meet him, and cried Hosanna: : St. Matthews, and SIt. Peter's Dade County Tuberculosis Association
Blessed is the King of Israel 5:30.The No.1 and 2 choirs will Orthodox will comlline as usual sponsored a bus for
\1 : Rev. Davis delivered a sermon that cometh In the name of the Join in together and render and the procession will leave the transportation of potted
1/ Tuesday night in behalf oiWoman's Lord. the church at 3
services p.m.
song for the plants
t morning greetings and visitors. As
Day which will be Palm)
and evening Holy Commun
April 28. Each ,member of First Sunday is Palm Sunday, also Our worships. ion will be administered Club usual, the Friendship Garden
Baptist is asked to tfe present the day to commemorate the pastor will leavo Tues- ing and night. Both morn- headed by Mrs. Iona
day for Pensacola choirs Dukes,
to attend the will made an early start potting
conference 5. death and suffering of Lord
night, April our Jointly
State SlxKJ and
and Savior, Jesus Christ. Convention. We { morning night. I plants which were beauties.
Remember you are always are praying that he will have a Hester were Rolle to have Sister i Other plants were prepared by

welcome to worship with us. Communion will be served safe trip. Kemp out and Bro. Mrs. Ann Coleman, who enjoyed
Sunday night under the leader. with us once again potting a number of plants in
ship of our pastor. The Male 5th Ave. Church of Christ her home. Mrs. Florence Marko-

chorus will sing Sunday morning 1809 NAV. MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev. wltz of the Hampton House,
I and the No. 1 choir will Avenue the Sun and Fun Club of the
'. ( ) sing Sunday night. The No. 2 Elder Nathaniel J. C. Jackson, pastor E. M. Thomas, pastor Coconut Grove area, and the

Fr. Elisha S. Clarke Jr., vicar ushers will serve throughoutthe Thomas reporter Phyllis Myers, reporter Sunshine Club.
day. Visitors are welcome. when ye shall
Holv Week schedule of ser- I Pray for and visit the sick. hear of wars and commotions, night Sunday we had both morning and! The local schools usually make
be not terrified! for two very these beautiful which
vice: Palm Sunday: Matins, 8:45: these things Ing messages. inspire greetings
a.m.,' Solemn Sung Mass, blessing must first come to pass; but rendered Rev. Stephens send best wishes for a glorious
and distribution of palms NEW PROVIDENCE' the end is not by and by." St. morning and message Sunday springtime and happy ,Easter.
Luke 21:0.: Rev C. Greetings this made
and were
outdoor procession 9 year
Rev. C. J. ,Burney, pastor rendered a by
very powerful Mrs. Willfemae Murray'sclass
Michael's sermon -
The St. Junior Choir
Sis. Claudia Wilson nueLast Sunday
,reporter night ,
will present "The Story of TheCross" Sunday 'Rev. Theodore at the Brownsville Junior
In song at, this service. The State Convention is Justa Morris, R.N., a former member the Sunday No. 4 afternoon at 4 o'clock High' School, James. Washing
few days ,off. The members usher board ton s class '
Soloists, Bernard Moncur, of this church brought the sponsored at Miami Northwest
of the church will be in mes a Spring Sip. They ern Senior .lIlgh the Sunshine
Sheryl Lewis and Allison prayer sage. lie is visiting our had a ,
Clarke. for ,those who will be going from New York City. What city a nderful program.: Everyone Club and the students from the
from our church. happy reunion It was. missed themselves. Those who business department at Miami

Holy Wednesday. Low Mass, We are asking the membersof The senior chorus rendered 'treat. this program missed a Northwestern
7 a.m. at the home of the Rog the church to continue in the music for the evening. They wish to thank those Your
'ers. Good Friday: The Seven prayer for the sick. Visit them Special guest attending ser- their person who helped to make wishes local, TB Association
Last Words from the Cross, 8 and also remember those whore vice was Dr. A. F. Edwards. We program a success. to 'thank .everyonewhomade

a.m. at the home of Mrs. Alice grieved over the loss of Worship together this week. for the are continually praying :.IttpowibLe'at. the< Lantana, for t *Hospital.30 patlente -

Harrlson.-! their loved ones. You need not walk alone J members.recovery of our sick to be mbereh ..rthls'

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. [Miss Cinderella- Thanks lo )All.\ . thanks wishes to too those,extend who' a speclaJ helped,

: them In- giving her the
SATURDAY APRIL 6 196: Princess The No.. 1.Pallbearer4ssociation honor
PAGE eWHAT Zeta of
r wishes:to.thank, being crowned
of, America Nd.l: Pallbearers Assodatt
Beta Tau Zeta Chapter of Zeta who,,participated: ! wishes to an everyone s ; ;:second consecu
Phi Beta Sorority 2nd 'rinualW.omen:
Its official closing date success.-:, '::1 'UVeN year.:. Again, we say thank
nounce .
Day a
i ABOUT THIS for the Cinderella and Zeta Mrs., Mary LouUrown: :and all' you.Vtrgtni'a .
Princess Contest. April 21 Is the the: members of Lodge, ,No. 15 ; Willis,; reporter

official date.Please .. ..... ,,, I. _d ....
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support the contestants I : -.t" .4r
from your area: South, Anetta
URBAN RENEWAL? Bowman and Judith Crawford;

I Opa-locka Marilyn, Patricia McCoy; Lawrenceand Browns- Why Be Unemployed?

All of us should be fully aware or city agency will help you ville, Rosa Shorter and Myrtle : .
of the tragic slum conditions s I pinpoint the exact boundry lines Harrell. The fore mentioned "EARN'$65'.A WEEK

that exist here in some sectionsof Question What help will I charming young ladies. Your are anxious -", . .-. ," .
to be victorious. sup- . : ,, '. ,, : I., : ;
our city. Miami has recently get from the State, County or port is needed. GRADUATEi

embarked on an Urban will Renewal ef- the city if I have to move be. Watch for photographs of as- a''NIGHTINGALE' .r' .' ', :. '. '. .....,r .:;.;. ,:)..,' ,
Program which cause of the X-Way or the Urban these contestants In the fiext , ,. ', ' , '; ., : .. :
feet all our citizens, but mainlythe i -: :t '" ''
Renewal Project? issue trained
Negro in whose neighbor. is held :' available. for the well '
Answer A relocation agency This 'contest every ,,,',,
will ''1 "
hoods most of the changes will help you find safe and year to help our scholarship )
take place. sanitary living accomodations.In fund which helps a senior girl PHYSICIAN ASSIStANTS"Placement
We must understand the problems addition, $200 for moving expenses in college. Last year's scholarship -
and the proposed solutions. are provided for each winner was Laurastine service for all graduates,
This week the Miami Times amily. Also to those who quail- Mason, who is now a freshmanat
l1 gins a series of articles on fy, ,FHA will make a home of Florida A and M University Age limit 21 55 years
that hope
Urban Renewal we
your own possible by offering
will answer some of the basic of special 40 year mortgages, with I High School' diplomas not required
questions many
our citizens today. t

Question Am 1 in the pathof I will buy your lot. I will Low Weekly Payment Plan
the proposed Expressway?
finance mortgage. Do
route Answer of -the Although X-way the has exact not Large modern CBS| 3>bedroom not give your home up'if Thorough instruction by qualified teachers

been finalized, County and City home. Landscape, you have paid enough equity
Officials have maps showing,the. move right in. Brand n 6 w We will finance it..Call Phone FR 3-1675
tentative route and the approximate condition.
NE 3-3198 6915851. Callor
land to,be affected. If you '
will contact your City of County 2262 ,NW' 63rd St. see J. H. Barkley.

Agencies, they will provideyou Open Sun. 4. 6 p.m. 3095 NW'52nd FOR INFORMATION
with the. latest and most CALL St.Indf
accurate X-Way information.
Question When is the X 1-5973 Nightingale College
Way coming?
Answer According to information I
released by state and THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY
local sources, the best estimates!: IS!

shows that any land acquisitionwill Eii PREPARE FORICIVIL . : .., .. .....
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be at least one year, and v y a
probably closer to two years

away.Question Will the state, :[ SERVICE L B.- CITY-
'ti JOBS
county, or the city take my prop
erty and throw me and my family ,

ing out bodily without any warn. I AND ASSURE YOURSELF DRIVE IN THEATRE

Answer Absolutely: LIFETIME SECURITY
Any land that is taken by any
Governmental Agency acquired [MEN WOMEN 18 To 50 OX 1.7959 '22nd;' Ave and 69th St.PLUS .
through a legal and orderly
process involving many months ,* ./ Grammar school sufficient for
of patient negotiation with the many (lob.. Receive full Information
owner to establish a fair price on how to gel a gov'r. NOW' SHOWING

sale. Job. Kttp your present lob

Question When will Metro while training EYQfifBOOrStHOlCPFOR
Officials start acquiring land.for ? IWIKI miMut auMin w eonsh" .
its urban"renewal :project? M A GREAT BIG
Answer -r The best, time estimates
show ,any, land acquisition No S...., WONDERFUL 11ME1N6i'i
at least one year, and probe Pay Rahw
Automatic Layoff'
ably closer to, two years away. No :
Fold Sick Leave Meet NsW Friends,,
Question -; Am I in the'first Paid Yacatto'nMritti liberal ,..nslonsII"
project area of the .urban re All Pay
newalproject presently being
undertaken by Metro? Key TrutniiK of RoTTu"North
Answer The approximate Miami Reach, Fla.
boundry lines of the first hone Wilson .V5415
project | Suite 31, 1110 ,N.K. 103ivl St.
area are as follows: On the MAIL sS.
north NW 22nd St. On the | Name .?>.

I I NW south 3rd- NW Ave.13th On the St. On west the- east NW COUPON[I '", .. .',. ...i .... ., Apt. .._..... I

7th Ave. It should be noted thatif TODAY City .................................... State ................

you live or own property In Phone No. .............................................._ I .cc.
this general area, your countyTONIGHT .. __ -
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A True Loader
33 Years of Experience

Bishop PROF.Hunter HUNTERIf I H well known as 1 Their nights are as fast and f frantic as their days!

you are sick, worried or in
LUXURIOUS NEWACCOMMODATIONS troubled this is the place. to come \ ..YSt
d Don't stay in the rut, pushback,
j the. veil of bad Jnckj that seems
1 ,\ ', 'to bold you in your ,track, and
.. -, advance forward by'th r help of 4.
theleadership of
Prof. Hunter who has 35 years ? '
IIfI of experience' In spiritual and 'A
I/ &&ZCCDOG occult science. Make your home St
\ happy. lie will show you how
to bypass your enemies and get the things that life f
TRACK for you. Come one, come oil. JlNlllng meeting
''r I day at the Spiritual Temple of Zion, Ine.. :5117 every B.W. Wednes 17th St.,
''I MUST HACK 8:15: PM. West Hollywood, Fla. 1:30: p.m. "
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1 mile,east State Road 144 mtlfRIH'B i '
3 miles west of UalJandaJ.e. ou' I .
1 North to 3 side Licensed of the road. Office State hours 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday r WINNER 8PL'CIALAWARD" FEtnw.wt'l 7
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Ila Homecoming a Bishop Louttit on THE MIAMI TIMES MiAMi, FLA. .
'r' Success at Lantana. WIOD Sunday"Christ I
i The King" Is the titleof 11.,.,,'
! The annual Spring Party and Bishop Henry I. Louttlt's ". ;
Clyde Killens' Knight Beat ''''',
It Homecoming Was attended by second sermon in The Episcopal :j!
many of the ex-t>atlents, relatives Series broadcast weekly over Attraction This Friday and Saturday, :\
and friends of the sur- Radio Station WIOD and 450 \" :;
rouding counties. As usual a other stations. Music Is by the 2 Kites Only 'Ji
chartered Greyhound bus left choir of St. Bartholomew's
from Dixie Park Pool, and library Church, New York. The Parishof i: : .;," ..'.'
13th St. and NW 3rd Ave. the Air of the Episcopal f ,.'. ..
Radio-TV Foundation all JI"\:
10 a.m. bearing some 250 '
of plants, potted by the Sunshine expense of producing The Episcopal I : : '.< .
Club, Garden Club and Series and furnishing it
other organizations as well as to radio stations from contri ,,: ;:' l j'f;
butions. Tune in station WIOD ,
individuals arriving there!,-at ;' ics
high noon. After a delicious Sunday at 7:30: a.m.Attention. M n '
lunch the. plants were dllstribut-. \1 H ,""
ed to .
every room. :
The bus, 40 passengers' reloaded Mrs. Etta Mitchell, 231 NW I 'l": ::: ';! :
for the return trip to 7th St., wife of Mr. P. Mitchellof 1/ [ <
Miami at 2 p.m. the Mitchell's Taxicab Co. I
Everyone expressed having a
time. would 11ko.1t known she was not \ I
the Mrs. Mitchell Involved in k\ ,
the death of Mrs. Lona Whltak- 'Mrs Lucille West, formerlyof 1
er of NW 7th St. Glamourama Beauty Salon,
wishes to announce the openingof uL1 -
SUNDAY her beauty business, Lucille'sBeauty
2 ttedroom duplex.I' is all ready for his 11th annual Salon, located at 4421
Adults. Will take child up to 3 Night in Nassau, which comes NW 17th Ave. For appointmentscall
years old. MU 1-0325.. off on Sunday night, April 7,, 6359153.Sunlight.
at the Harlem Square Club. Kil
BEAUTIFUL furnished room. lens is expecting the biggest and I
Private entrance, private bath, finest affair he has ever sponsored AlumniThere
wall to wall carpet. Very large In his series of successful
closet. 1859 NW 69th St. Nights in Nassau. Admislon will be Alumni meeting
$1.50 advance, $1.75 at the door Monday, April 9, 1963 at the *
.. ONE BEDROOM' and for table: reservations you Sunlight Beauty School at 12 %
APT, furnish
may see Nassau Clyde or Karl noon. G. W. Cunningham, presi
ed J.ease5801B or' unfurnished. No children at the Knight Beat -FR 3-3381.1 J dent; W. Brooks, reporter.
NW 11th Ave.

I Special Introductory Offer
FOR'SALEDUPLEX. Admission t Friday $1.50 Saturday $2.00

COMPLETE COURSE IN t::: ;;; :;; -;::: ;;:..: "
5801 NW 11th Ave.
OX 1.5343 or OX 1-0665. Modern Cash Sunday night, April 7

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1 and 2 bedrooms Register OperationNow
City water, new lighting for
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with new policies.. Price Only $15FOR REGULAR SUNDAY MATINEEThe
ment with new policies.Priced
pecting something nice. See LIMITED TIME place to see and be seen on Sundays. The Knight
model apartment. Exclusivearea Beat, 5-8130 p.m. Night in Nassau 9)30 p.m.
for adults. Come see them. Admission Fri. and Sun. $1.50 Sat. $2.00
On bus line No. 15, Brownsville BUSINESS TRAININGSCHOOL
area. 2681 NW 50th St. Phone ... :: :: ::$. 5';;;; ..;;. :1/::: ::-:: :: ;;.

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HOUSEOF 801 N.W. 79th St. PL 7-3651 '.

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532 N.W. 2nd Ave.

FR 3.9239

'-,. PresentsDALLAS What's the Difference?

.Well known beautician who t ro 'Ja

specializes in hair coloring,

permanent, weaving, cutting ,4 \\

and all kinds of scalp Mrw

and hair treatments. BILL HALEY and his COMETS

M2Less Admission: Friday & Sunday $1.50, Saturday $2.00

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VIGIWi \ r: The Young Folks

2:30 5:30: pm. Admission 75 cents ". ,
Prizes to the 3 best dressers ';. "iJ: ,

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The Wig's the Difference i r Coming April IS -20 "

We carry only the finest 100% human hair wIgs '

Coconut Grove Wig Salon I." "CHAMP CHIMP" I1''

3214 Grand Avenue Goodwill Ambassador to

Coconut Grove 445.6122 .t4--- 19 countries

54th Street Wig Center

J. 1079 N.W. 54th Street

than 3t a day > I 'Miami 751-1318

Tropical Pharmacy * Maggie's Beauty Salon L:1.I.L: I ? :

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5 Pounds 59C 394'
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Yams Ib 5* Clorox' 79< I Biscuits 3-290'

Pound Cabbage 40 Dog ROXEY Food 3 for 230 ,I. 2ePouads, 89

We Cash Payroll Checks Cold Beer At All Times Ope: ?"\1H'ours" DiY1LY
Tuna 29 SardinesFruit .I:2D4: .i
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Salad Dressing Qt., 390 Cocktail r', ",'L". '19t-i
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I----4 Omegas Prepare. for District Meet I Baton Twirling And THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA.

- -- - ------ SATURDAY' APRIL 6 1963 PACE ,11
Omega I men and their wives K. Payne of Savannah State Dancing OfferedBaton
will be arriving in Miami next College 'will deliver'the address. ,'.,
week for the Seventh District Senior high school students twirling and Modern
Service Jobs
from our local schools also Civil Open
meeting of the Omega Psi Phi Invited to attend both the dancing has really been the
Fraternity. With the Hampton lic and talent hunt. pub- I main topic of discussion at
House serving as convention Bunche Park. Approximately For Clerical Workers ,
headquarters, registration Is ex For an evening of pleasure 150 girls have signed for lessons t "
pected to .be completed by with the visiting delegates, Invitations given by Metro up The United States Civil Ser- their 16th birthday. .'A
Thursday morning of April 11. for the formal danceon every I
The states of Alabama, Mississippi Friday, April 12 at Dinner and Thursday. These lessons vice 'Commission has announced Detailed information Is con
Georgia and Florida, Key Auditorium may be obtained are free to persons from I that applications are again tained in Announcement No.
which comprise the seventh from members of the fratern grades one through six. A com- being accepted for clerical positions 290. Applications must be filed
district, are expected to be well ity. This affair begins at 10 paying $3,560 and $3,820a with the U.S. Civil Service Com,
represented. p.m. petent instructor has been as- year in various Federal agen- mission, Washington 25, D.C.
signed to this area to give the cies In the Washington, D. C. They must be received or postmarked -
During this convention, the Sigma Alpha Chapter, Omega girls proper training in these metropolitan area. Applicationswill not later than April 15,
public is invited to attend the Psi Phi fraternity desires to two activities. All girls are wel-- now be accepted from residents 1003. .
talent hunt, public program and thank the local citizens and come to come out. of all states both veterans
special dance for the visiting merchants for helping to make The and non-veterans. Civil service announcementsand
is follows
brothers and friends. The talent Miami a convention site to be as : application forms may be
hunt will be held on Thursday, rememberd. The members of grades one and two from 2:30-: All applicants must pass a obtained from Executive Secretary
April 11 at the Brownsville Jun. the local chapter also desired to 3:20: ; third and fourth from 3:30-: written examination; In addition Board of U. S. Civil Ser-
ior High School and begins at express their gratitude to the 4:20: ; fifth and sixth from 4:30-: appropriate experience or aca- vice Examiners located at Main
8 p.m. This program will fea sororities and fraternities of 5:30.Each: demic training is required. High Post Office Building, 300 NE 1st
ture the talent hunt winners Miami for the courtesies to be girl is requested to owna school graduates can qualify for Ave., Miami, Fla. or from the
_ from many parts of the four rendered the baton. On May 11, there will positions paying $3,5CO and can United States Civil Service Com
states represented.For visiting guests. Lte a baton twirling contest at be appointed after they reach mission, Washington 25, D.C.
the the Dade County Youth Fair
public program on (North, Kendall Drive
Friday evening, beginning at 8 1 There is no true security for
miles west of the Palmetta
o'clock and from the St. Paul he individual except as he findsit -
AME Church, Miamians ) at 10 a.m. This con- FRESH FISH & WESTERN
will be In the
security of all. -. Ed test is being held to give the
in for a special 'treat
as Pro W. win Markham.
girls incentive
a for
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Lincoln Fields Apartments !Meet your friends at
2045 N.W. 62nd Street

Food at Its best MARKET

Enjoy Living in Our Cool, Clean Apartment You have tried the rest
Now try tho best
Offering Many Feature Continuous service from 0 a.m 5830 NW 12th Ave., PL 8.3151

FREE GAS ,, \ to 1 a.m.
6010 N.W. 22nd Ave. FREE DELIVERY
Tile Bathroom Refrigerator Gas Store NE 3-9316

Newly painted Venetian Blind Owned and operated by April

Washing Machines Laundry Rooms James and Nellie

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In the "cooking events" at this year's MR8. AMERICAnationl contest :,
all 51 finalists will use flamekai electric ran,.. Contestant will I
represent 50 states and the District of Columbia... Coronation night I
April 27.. .at Golden Gate Hotel Auditorium, 194th St. and Collins I
Avenue, Miami Beach. i I

f i4 In switching to Electric Ranges exclusively the "Nation's Most Out I
standing HOmm\\. m" are doing what more than a million Florida .
families have already done.Because"ftamA'_electric"mean CLEANER -' t

In Fine Whiskey. . COOLER, FASTER, SAFER...aDd CHEAPER, too. .

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PAGE 12 SATURDAY, APRIL 1963 family-of the }late .DEATHS
family of the late, CLARkEwho.departed

; EDWARD ROSS GEORGE 1 this life ;March 6, . 1--<1 If' J.
l1 who departed this life on March wishes to expresshelr sincere
: CARDS ... ERI 23, was laid to rest 111 Paradise thanks and 'apprecDkfl to their RANGE .
7 Memorial Cemetery March 28, neighbors and friends"for their
wish to express their sincere cards, flowers and kindness dur MRS. "MAMIE WRIGHT Of
thanks and appreciation to ing their' hours of bereavement. : 1204 NW 62nd Tern; died April
,i iF v OF THANKS CARD OF THANKS their many friends for'' their They especially want to thank I -2.. She is survived by her hus-
) i CARD I. cards, telegrams,, flowers, auto- Rev. and Mrs. Culmer and, the :band, Jacob, two sons, Calvin
I The family of the late The family of the late mobiles and all other acts 'of members of St. BarnaWas W. M. I and Jaco, several sisters and

i LOLA BELL FRANKLIN 1 4 kindness shown during their Church .and the, Range' FUnera ,brothers, including Mrs. Edna
f. wish to thank the many Saints, hours of bereavement. We especially Cheever, Daughtry and Elma
f friends, neighbors and relatives want to thank Bro. Home.Augusta Clarke, widow Strlggles. Mrs; Wright was ship-
who were so kind during their Clifford Payne of the .Coconut Claude Clarke, "Sr., brother ned to her home, Sylvania Ga.for .
i, hours of bereavement. Thanks Grove Church of Christ for his And Family :. '' final rites .April 3.
for the cards, flowers, tele- timely and Inspiring! eulogy, the l' .
I I grams, cars, and all other kind Bain Funeral ,Home for ,Its floe : \MRS. AM DIE P. BROWNIE

gestures. Special thanks to Rev. service, and the Midget Chorusof Who, .lived at 1007 'NW 2nd Ct.,
Cohen of A. M. Cohen Temple Richmond Heights. : IN MEMORIAMIn ''apt; '3.2, died! at Mt. Sinai Hospital.
I .'> Church of God in Christ'and xJp He leaves to mourn a wife, .' She was well known ,in
sad but /
Range Funeral Home for the r Bernice Ross, three daughters, loving memory: the Miami area. She Is survivedby
kind services. May God bless Julia Ross, Gwendolyn Ross of our dear father, mother and her mother, Mrs. Maria L.
': each and everyone of you. We Richmond Heights and Edith Dennis, three daughters includ
will forever be ap recative. y iY Ross of Baltimore; a step son, Ing' Llllie B. Littles, a son, four
Mr. Oliver Redding Pfc Berry L. Sweeting,. stationed MRS. BLANCHE ROBERTSwho I brothers including Walter
at Fort Leonardwood, Mo.; i Littles, one sister,. Mrs. Ellen
\ two grand daughters, three passed to the Great Beyond Kimbal.
IN MEMORIAM I'' great grand daughters; two sisters -, 1956.Easter ,Monday night, April .2,
I Pauline Ross of Pawtuc- MRS. AQUEDA MARTIN of
In loving memory of our loved kett, Rhode Island and Bertha I From which in Jesus blessed sleep wakes 316 Biscayne Blvd. died April
husband father and Ross of Jamaica N. Y. 2 brothers I none ever her
one, I 1. ;She is survived by hus-
grandfather, the late : Joseph Ross of St. Albany, A calm weep and;undisturbed band, Martin. Arrangements. are
-- - ,- .... I s N.Y.; Chester Ross of Corona, Unbroken repose foes.'lThe Incomplete.
the last of
e ta; N.Y. and a host of sorrowing .
: Family'IN
AJ1I relatives and friends.

Thank' you Richardson . '.' ,
.r: The FamilyCARD '
-- --- --- -- -- --- MARION NADINE''GRAY of
to express their sincere ;
thanks for floral arrangements, II loving memory of our I 1145 NW 4th Ave., was dead one

cars donated and the condolence OF THANKS Beloved Mother 'arrival at Jackson Hospital on ...,
during their. recent bereave- The family of the late ., March, 29. She Is survived by,
ment. Special thanks 'to Rev. err%_,... 'her'mother, Charlotte, a brother -,
d k L. A. Thompson and other visiting t & I IfC Larry, a grandmother. Ser
ministers, also the Francis ti '",. ''d' t' #jf ,. JMO\ ) ;d w vices Saturday at 11 a.m. from
Funeral Home. May God bless i . R i irc .. ". the chapel' with Rev. A. C. Mo-:'
44 tflt_ y '.,;.,. feel 1. Miss', Gray was an 8th
you.Leroy Hepburn, son ... .' grade. student at Booker T.
: Bertha Hept/urn, Washington High' School!
granddaughterIN t. +'s Yf4
} V t : 1928 NW 51st Terr., died March I
MEMORIAMIn iR.r Y sS 29. She Is survived by three
I f1f sons,'Johnnie Edward, of Wash;
memory of our husband, .. Kti 'S$ Y trwR' ington, D. C. and Honey, a
rather and grandfather, daughter, Mrs. Emma Mitchell;,

........... '''OH "...OH..U.'u..u..w.'.....'..m...'"".. 26 grand children. Services held,
.. _..._..., . Wednesday from Mt. Zion Bap-
--"'- - --
t' \ tist Church with Rev. Emory
WILLIAM HENRY LESTER t Jackson officiating.

who passed on April 7, 1962. .,> P' Axny
He walked in the pathway of S !pY k 9.Y Ir 'i tu,p(N i MRS. CLARA V. WILLIAMSof
duty j j1.. ; 14350 SW 272nd St., Naranja,
He worked till the close of the \ ;,', 'I I 't ERy died March 31. She is survivedby
f. 1V'yt'
day ::1 . two daughters, Mrs. Fannie'
He has gone to see the great x i Smith.and Mrs. Beatrice Young,
'" King in his beauty .'4'\:' .t ,.' ......-......."'. -.--. 'W. a son, Dan Franklin of Rochester -
He has gone the last mile of the N.Y. Services Saturday
way.Sadly MRS. DIANA CASH from the Church of God In Per-
missed, who departed this life April 2 rine at 2 p.m. with Elder Dean
Mrs. Rosa P. Lester, wife 4' 7 take this method to thank the 1916.- off iclatin.
Mrs. Ollie P. Hepburn, many relatives, neighbors and Sweet are the memories that
daughter ; 1PF'.yp friends for their acts of kind never fade,

Baldwin P. Hepburn, ness and consideration duringour Of one we love,. but, could never Francis
soninlawRose bereavement. save,
J. Reeder, Most especially do ",we wishto A loving smile and a happy face,
sincere appreciationto Broken link: MRS. LONA BELL WHIT-
grand daughter convey we can never re-
Mesdames Idelia Lane, Canon Charles F. Cooper, Mrs place.Always. TAKER of 237 NW 7th St., died
,.Hester Dixon and Anna McPhee, R. R. Moton Elementary In'' our ''Hearts. April 1. Services Saturday, 4
I :
,: Jasmine Ford sistersJoseph and Dorsey Junior The Family p.m. at Mt. Zion Baptist Church
R. and John G. High schools, Dade County Juvenile with Rev. Edward T. Graham
r Lester Court, Probation Dept., officiating Remains are now in

And many relatives and __ .... ;, .. . Delta Sdgma Theta Sorority, IN MEMORIAM repose in the chapel and will
"'"''''' .W''' "
j friends Playboy Club, Longshoremen's* remain there until funeral time.
REV. CLEVELAND Association and Range Funeral In memory of our dear mother Survivors include her mother,

WOODSIDE Home. ,. [ Mrs Nettle Hightower; two
v.r.: iIa . $ '1m
who departed this life April 10, So numerous were the telegrams ;. ....;' t.t brothers, Sheppard George and
IN MEMORIAMIn 1953. flowers; cards, calls, cars :, 't;;-. Robert George; two sisters, Mrs.
memory of our dear sister Gone, but not forgotten.We and delicacies we' find it im r 'i", Azzle Thomas and Mrs. Hattle
shall him when eternal q,! Mae Walker.
meet possible to thank each one individually "
ages roll. here. However, be as .
Mrs. Eliza Woodslde, wife surred your every act of assistance ".. CHARLIE LEE BUTLER,
I Children and Grandchildren Is appreciated. May God I better known as Junior, died on
bless each of you with His di- March 28 Arrangements are In
vine love. complete. Survivors Include a
CARD OF THANKSDear Mrs. Constance L. Strachan sister Mrs. Evelyn Butler;

e ;)Yr Friends: And Family .brother, ndsey.,

We, the family of the lateMit. Baby Girl Hall of 1410 NW
SHERMAN SIMMONSwish 58th died March 31. Ornve-
to that thank CARD OF THANKS Terri
say you side'' ces were held Thurs
\ yBULAH are such inadequate words to We the family,of ,the late day; 'April 4. Survivors Include
describe the debt of gratitude FRED DOUGLAS CLARK her parents Mr. and Mrs. Herschel -
which has now become our sad Hall, six sisters and
and grievous duty to pay. Because wish to express our thanks to brothers
:' you, are my friends I the many ,friends and neigh-
know you will,understand when bors who sent cards, telegrams,
we 'say thank you." To you all i flowers, cars and rendered their linker
that rushed to' :our' assistance' services during ,the time of our .
during our moments of grief, bereavement. Special thanks go t ** BENJAMIN E.

to you all who called and came to the Richardson Funeral ..3.. *.#.Tv,-, ....._., .+, ...,.-\-sv_....... .4.. i: 607 NW 3rd Ave.SIMMONS, died March of
in throughout the days and Home and Rev. Alphonso C. ,
27. Service held Tuesday In
nights to see, 'to serve, and ,to Mozell. MRS. LILLIE JOHNSONwho Jacksonville. He is survived bya

offer a word' 'of consolation, we The Family departed'this' life, April 1, mother, Evelyn a father, Rob-
i want you to know, that even 1962. ert, three aunts, Emily Johnson,
though we were unable to see Gone, but not. forgotten. May T. J. Miller and Ella Robinson.
SCOTT or greet'each of you personally, she rest in peace.
who passed away March 31, we appreciate from the depthsof CARD OF THANKSThe Sadly missed by her children, JAMES SIMPSON of 320 NW
1956. our hearts, for taking your family of the late Laura Mae, Johnson. 32nd St., died April 1. The body
We love her but God loves her time from your busy duties to JOHNSON SLATERof daughter was shipped to Gallatin Tenn.
come and share our grief. 2147 NW 6th court wish.- to Raymond Johnson, son for final rites. He is survived
best.Mamie Warren, sister Thanks for the many kind expressions express their sincere thanks by a brother, Wilbur, two uncles,
Bertha Robinson, sister of sympathy, florals and appreciation to their many Tom and James.
I Maude Jackson, sisterS and other kind deeds. We also friends for their cards, flowers, TV SICK?
wish to thank our minister, Bro. automobiles and all other kindnesses MARY LUCY RAYFIELD of
Thompson of the Church of shown their hourof c vr
during' 448 Homtstead
Have died March 28.
ft repaired on credit if
Christ of 1claUng"and the
bereavement. Service
< IN MEMORIAMIn Range Funeral Home for their We especially thank Elder you lire In Liberty City' orrowftnlUe the chapel.was She held Is survived Tuesday at
f loving memory of the late wonderful order of service ren Jacob Cohen and members 'of )day': weekly' Free husband, Robert. a
J MRS. ANNA NORTHRUP dered. Do continue come A., M. Cohen Temple Church and tfttlmate. _
it* \ Niece, Mrs. Mammie ,Milton around and please help ''us to neighbors,.House of Albert Fun- MAMMIE DRAYTON of .4350
of New RJochelle, N.Y., and pray all i our burdens away., eral Home for its fine services. DIAL. 493581 NW 12th Ave., died April 2. Arrangements --
friends of Miami. The Simmons Family Mrs. Annie Slater, wife 2636 N.W. 82nd ST. are Incomplete.


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Albert . v! ".5ervi6es $12.400 ; SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1963 13
total 13
...... price. $400 ..
closing) costs, 3 bed- )
lot flStSd Wlffl fi@ 2 baths, Fla. room. Lance :
6. Ucqeih Who tiled at fcis fcbrii@ I room and P11072) NW .'
15715 .NW JUHtt Aye., Matt l 27 FOR Phone PL 4. 133. i i
we :c' held. Mart30: :4 Mi I
I3lptist attire. Re\ Thedfoh bedroom I JobsOpen ,
ROOM Ifr j CBS. Tile
; riyStg!
Jt hns6iv pastor The body \ $ people. J7JL acf 1tt. rport, appliances, nicest ,
sent to Dorchester Ga. for lU 3.1 of Liberty f f,. d Manor Park. $400 down
rites. His wife a son, two sisters and owner pays all ALL AGES FREE PLACEMENT
two brothers: and two RooM.1n private hon costs. Life Realty, 4931
grandchildren survive. 65th St. Phone PL 7. Av. PL 9-C31L, Open Grocery Checkers Cashiers

1545 N\V 10th St. was'. found all per week. 231. J 3 bedroom Stock Men PackersDAY
dead in his hone itarfch
29. Sef. 371-3622.. Freshly painted. appli- _
Vices'# ttere tpiidij: ted March SO down and $85 month. OR EVENING
at NW Pr6videnc BaPtist NEWLY :; 4932 NW 7th Ave. CLASSES
Church Rev. C.' J, BUtfley. room: all. private t' .' Open. evenings and Thousand of MTI graduate now working
wr H* U sUm ed:: 'b> .iSis kitchen: anT2 Fla. .
\\:it1ow l ,,ill< !, a "Snter, 2nd 'floOtT 913 tfW SPECIAL COURSE $19.00TRAIN
Mrs E f I Call
; 1areiri; a sister and 371. (622. 4-BEDROOM. 2 bath
others. na. in fccKa*. (f Lovely Florida
a.IRS. room.
ONE itOdM a tile roof, carport . PAY LATER!

.n UBT RUGGS, 'iia NW ed, 1027 NW bath St yard appliances, $550
Ih St; trWrltl! UH p sit: - I S8 month and seller pays BE OUR GUEST VISIT OUR CLASSES
fart son, Wed Iii Xeddali rJ I-BEDR Cj:t Alr & cstsUfe Realty,
pital, March 27. Services trerfe xios; 66th S$, Phone OX 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. RESERVE YOUR PLACE
conducted.: ,,AprU 1 at The 601-5851.: .
Church?of Christ,, rfoniesteart
tUQ; ('. ., isle?husband, ;( SUQ'ly, FURNISHED APT. 2 beautl-! CAUTION! DON'T BE FOOLED
ing are her arid father CaU OX 1-2426. homes on 2 large lots.
Herman: five, children; two sisters -; ORTIi house is on the cor THERE IS ONLY ONE MTI CASHIERING I
and a brother. iltff: Has 3 bedrooms, a tre SCHOOL IN MIAMI
who wants nice room Florida room, lovely
(40 registered schools nationwide
low )
living here. and
MOSES D. HARRY appliances and
known barber and local resident privileges, call CE 60961.'h',1'I' a xtasher-dryer.: The
for 24 years, who lived house has 1-bed-
NW 50th Sf. died March 28. HliSQri LARGE 1-bedroom Is fully furnished too.
lOurvJvof': include neighborhood, free rent one house and MARKET TRAININGGovernment

ijalnle: three !lsttr d, Ai66Jdth. Ber1laj a children. . ,. 7g48 NW. 17th the other. Life Realty,
7th Ave. PL 94371.
bnd jonnfii Thomas...firmed, UUiatttwt* 1)rsou $18 WfcE'tMarge:: f : and Better Business Bureau Authorized
f Ildteti. furnished nuae..3860. : I from 2 to 6. 3

he conducted hatJei Saturday&a hrices,a't 2 l will.*, ; :Ct.HI: 6.168.aROOrf .' 1 CBS heat, carport, fenced Cor. N.W. 7th Ave. at 78th St
ith ,
.Rey: .Janies WrIght otfi- ; ri t. S01 j awnings, ap
ttaUng.! Bilridl $350 down and $79
hI iaiadise.
56thSt. .1hbne. .jf I .@ vw ntK c:: C-I/M.:: Phone PL
-', 7-8448
MRS. 1 i premises.: Life Realty:,
WILLIE t1tn.
of 10290 SW ITSrxl St., .Perrlne! Call or come by. NE &
was dead on arrival at Kendall .NW 19th'Ave. G Duplex
'I\'ed March 27. She Is sur- fifid move in. Both
by her
Pearl mother, Mrs. E. PICARD have 2-bMrooms and
the hour % Saturday, Rental Agency furnished. Lot is extra
and place will be Rental collections
announced runs right into Manor
Fl wall to wall carpeting garbage
room, garage ,
.... management Realty 4932 NW 7th
Mtta- 620 NW Ith, lit 9-4371. Open Sunday. disposal intercom air condition and sprinkler sys

liItANCENA ARVIN, tem. Price 13500. $77.57 month. FHA. Cone
746 N\V per
St., died Mar month pays all. Lovely
ferriaijis will he sat to.Allen. ties '. Included. !'2.60 CBS, Florida room, teous section on NW 11th Avenue.
tale, S. \,;._ ib ld* ligsuites 620':NW 8th St. tR wall to wall carpet,
Sttitrttay,rixfeSMk- Tabor room, truly a bar- Can Arthur Solomon PL 1-7492
Baptist Rev. P. S FURNISriEft tit I : Terms. A. Ben-
Brown, pastor. She leaves a son, apt In Opa-liitka dred. 714 NW 62nd St. THE KEYES CO.
Frank; two sisters, two broth. room unfurnished. $15 0-5533. Days 754-3431.
ers, two granddaughters. bedroom unfurnished. 234 Biscayne Blvd. Realtors FR 1-3592
bedroom furnished $21 CBS. Wall to wall
JAMES ROY McKEVER 6821 rooms furnished $25. nice home" No .
NW 10th St. died March 30. He kins Rental Agency. ) total $9,750. Terms
imfu7rlved his Realtor, 714 NW
James McKever NItes PL 95533. Days
daughter. thred sisters two I.BEDROQM furnished
brothers af1d irtafiy mor ,.. Serf utilities, downtown area. Day: OX 1-4007 Night PL 9-6163
viCes win be COhducted Satur.,3r ficiency, $13. Call gorgeous, very
day Pmat New Shiloh tal Agency. NE 4-0500. This Is a real doll
Church, Rev. A. M. Griffin a bargain. Total
pastor. FRAME APT. 238 NW $300 down and $79
Call OX 13494. all. A. Bcn-Kori,
...._-- - NW 62nd St. Nites
For Rent Member of American Detective AssociationCIVIL
duplex. 2 bedroom
city and county licenses.
Furnished I
or bbl mlAher each side. Finest
apt. 6500
3 old.
Opa-locka, Ave. Ph. OX 16283. years -
down -
Liberty ... down payment only If'P'":
City, Drown Sub Or call: NURSES''-:RN,or CPN terms or conven- _
part time. Christian see call 631-6333 own-

MICKINS HENTAL 4700 NW 22nd AV ...NE -- .


THE ALL NFW I I 2440 N.W. 60th Street Phone NE 3-3166

Rey. J. C.'44)500 Mlckfns, Mgr. 1Hl HAMPTON HOUSE ". ffi i I Among our assets we like to count the things'money

r.--.r_ ___.; ._ .r. Club I JETIf -*. I:I cannot buy your goodwill at this holiday..
B3 i son we extend* to you the best of good wishes for the
ggaag i gg
< < fltee&aaBaaa
Easter Season.
She h a. 90experience ,
learn Bar-B-Q Dinner 12 Noon
J a snccefl In Noon There's only one way to keep your children as theyare
.* life. Bate a J today. Their photographs will never grow up.;
happy home get: SATURDAY & SUNDAY ONLY Open all day Palm Sunday and Easter. A13
the position
out of the rat
br the help of OR

,:yearn of expertence -
help yon Slaw NOW OPEN
Cole .
In bnalneiM and Creamy 225
In work'n Hot Corn on Cob Dr. Jay Gutierrez announces opening at '

lore. Candied Sweets & RollsTROPICAL 22nd Ave. and 36th Street N.W.Dr.
b Vonr psychic and friends for 30 Plus Tax .
M years. Cloned all day Wed. and l
will bo at the Mg home, M17 RUM PUNCHIn Jay is a graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic
R.W. 17th 8L, Hollywood, Fla + and has rece Ted postgraduate work in clinics in
Healing meeting every- Wednesday Our'Lounge . Georgia and Florida.
nl ht.

{ Very I&elyif there is nerve pressure present -
Madam Hunter ; Ricky Thomas and The NotablesNO Call 6341117 for an appointmentHOW

: ? Complete facilities Average 6 to 8 weeks--extreme cases longer-many
1 nest party
Miami, Fla. we cater your
relieved in a few day
Sunday 10:30 to 2 p.m. Office
a hours dally 10 a.m. to B p.M' Food aerred arovad oar.. 'Olympic M _MMBHjgHjjBMpjgg slate pool| HOW MUCH WILL IT COST?
IJernsed by state and county Nominal when compared with other methods
""J Rear JnK dally. 4, .. 1-" "'-tFvt -

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)I! THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. Career Day at Crandall McLeod Wins

I PAGE 14 SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1963 Carver High

if' i Career Day, was observed at So'ellin'< Bee at Bunche

Pr Carver High School on March I. substitute for Mrs
J As the annual spelling contest capacity
r ,wrww 28.The day, which was full of vocational progresses we find the enthus- Ruth Bethel, who Is home re
sessions, charm and asm of the pupils and teachersat covering from a recent operation

I I' ( groom schools, and periods for elimination its peak. for In the flfth school and sixth wide and Mrs. Willie B. Tripp,
evaluations, began with a spec- Crandell McLeod<:j. was serving as substitute in the
ial "Career Day Assembly," in grades, '''fourth grade
and representthe
pr the winner
which the Rev. Father
; 1I school !in the, Annual Iter'and Mrs. Rosetta Vickers
Gibson, of Christ Episcopal reporter}
I )t t.i Church was guest speaker. Fr. Contest Edmond Johns were Hldgon sec. Mrs. Sylvia S. Lambert, princi
and inspiring Pal
Gibson gave a timely
address, centered around ond and third place l whlrters. ." ..-- ......-..-..--
the theme for the day, "Today's We urge each, parent:! to attend
Challenge" Tomorrow's Op PTA meeting pn April 8. ,I Dugie's; Guest Mouse
He out WUlbe
portunity. brought many At this meeting final plans
points, which gave both stu- annual .
made for the spring '
,. dents and teachers, "food for tea' and'the slate of new officers house"',of clean rooms
thought. As far as we the Negroes will be elected by' ballot vote.
r are concerned, we might Open 24' NE 43851Seeing
say Father Gibson summed up Congratulations to Mr. and
1 !; the whole Idea of needing the Mrs. H. McKham on the new is BelievingSee
I challenge when he said "Don't arrival of their new baby girl.
for clean ''
'j'i' .. ;trig "' ''' try to be as"good as, try to be Welcome to Mrs. EL Jones us rooms
4 better than. Two fine selec. who has Just returned from Jamaica Dugie always
lons; by the chorus, and two maternity leave.

i' Mays Produces 12 Regional Instrumental Richardson, and solos Frederick by Shirley Hunt,!;, new We are members happy to to welcome our family.two friends
added to the splendor'of the
Mrs. Dorothy Scott serving In 2941 NW 47th St., Miami
, Science Award WinnersSENIOR the Introduction of theguest
consultants for the day,
by E. R. Jones, assistant principal Investigate Without Obligation
DIVISION versity State Science Fair affiliate of Administration, the students
School had three with the National ScienceFair went to the first of two' .
students Mays High who received superior International. sessions for the day. In the ses Care-Craft School for Nurses Aids
sions, the students got a chanceto
ratings, three excellent ratings has the first I
This year, Mays ''
and six honorable mentions. In Negro student; who will participate he get field first'they hand plan Informalon to enter laterIn on Fall and Winter Classes Now FormingTen
the Senior High Division, recipients -
in the newly IntegratedState
of superior awards ; life from experts In that particular
Science Fair. These students
were: Edward Cohen, for his are the Superior winners: field.Thanks Weeks Course Day or Night
to the hard work of
"Repulsion and Its Effects -
project, Booker T.
Edward Cohen and
the Steering Committee, under 1 I' REGISTER NOW
on Metals (Physics Divi-
Rice who will be chaperoned by '
the able leadership 'of Mrs. Ver-
sion); Booker T. Rice for his Mrs. Nettle Dove.
project, "Chlorophyll Extrac- their sponsor. neka S. Silva, assistant princi 141 N.E. 3rd: Ave, Rm. 1204 FR 9.7357
tions" (Botany Division.) We are Justly proud of Edward pal of Guidance, and Eddie L.'
Cohen's achievement with Stevens who'served as chairman'this
In the Senior High Division, his project, since he has had no was one of the best Career
the excellent winner was Lee
Days In Carver's history.
M.. Brown, for his project, liNe formal physics course.
ron Divergence of Pisces" In the Booker T. Rice and Lee Miller TV SERVICE HOME''CALLS $2.50We
Zoology-Other Vertebrates DIvIsion Brown are both nominees The teachers In the science
from Mays High for the Silver department at Mays who worked do not give free estimates. Honest estimates require

The honorable mention wIn- Knight award In Citizenshipand with these .students are: Sen. work. Oar prices! are cheaper than others doing comparable
lor High: Mrs. Nettle Dove and
ners in the Senior Division were Science, respectively. Mrs. Margaret Wright; Junior, good work. We repair, sell and exchange TVs, radios, III-IH's

Gloria Payne, "Experimental Ginger Givens, a ninth grader Mr Alvin Bryant; Mrs. Betty and stereos. All our work guaranteed Free delivery. Know
Pharmacology The Teratolog-- as a result of the Regional Carey Williams and Lonnie your TV man and save money.JOSEPH .
ical, Physiological and Psychological Science Fair, was the onlv Negro Walker.' :
Effects of Alcohol and of the ten students chosento Our principal, James, M. Sim. SCOTT
Thorazine on Rats: Josephine on Educational TV to is pleased with the
King, "A Comparative Study of explain her project "Recognizing achievements in the science department .
Meprobomate and Strlatran. Equations by Their and pledges his full 923, NW 62nd Street PL 1-8381
JUNIOR DIVISIONIn Graphs" on April 29 at 8 p.m. support to his students and

the Lower Junior Divisionthe During an Interview with Dr teachers.
superior winner was Sharon Joe Hall, superintendent of
Hepburn, for her project, "B-12 Dade County Schools, Ginger
and Aureomycin Their Effects will explain the scientific procedures I r
For The Finest at Moderate Rates Call
on The Growth of Chicks." Involving the recognition ,Apartments .

The honorable mention win. and identification of equations -

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in Marigolds.", Beautiful Home on
In the Upper Junior Divisionthe
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Lassiter; "The Effects of Llbri-
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j The honorable mention win
ners In the Uppper Junior Division
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Givens "Recognizing Equations
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d f Concert ToniteThe I SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1963 _un PAGE 15

+ .a r u d Miami Northwestern's fritters and fish sandwiches Sat
Symphonic Band will give its urday nights. Come out and
eighth annual concert at 8 p.m. help your fire department. '
in the auditorium Friday (tonight Broward ';
/M .} r Y SV ), April 5. The Covertone Gospel Singers t\

Jr v 1 Many major works will be County (formerly Centralltes) extend '
performed such as the "Over News an Invitation to join them and
ture to Riensi" by Wagner, and other, Gospel singing groups Ina
"A Manx Overture" by Haydin battle of songs Sunday, April
J ,, wi a Ka a r q Wood. Light classics and popu Walter By Bowe % 28, 3:30: p.m., at the Carver
lar tunes will be featured. ar Ranches Elementary School,
2300 SW 43rd Ave. Mrs. Wini
There will be a small admis- fred Cooper, director. ,
sin at the door. This concert is u _. ,I
given for the benefit of the band The Rev.and Mrs. ''ET. J. Clark '"
uniform fund. Mr. David W. The South Broward VFW of Central Baptist Church, Carver
Paschall is band Post No. 8195 will meet Sunday
director. Ranches
Mrs. and the Rev. N.
Worrell is the president of the April 7, at 6 p.m. All memo Sears of Westminster Baptist
band Parents Association.A tion.bers, please be present for elec Church Hollywood, attended '{
the Ministers and Deacons'I
pre-Easter Teen Dance will Union of Atlantic Coast Baptist I
also be! given Saturday night, The Women's Auxiliary to the Association, which met last
... .. .. April 6 at 7:30 p.m. in the gym. Carver Ranches Fire Depart- weekend in Miami at Mt. Oil
------ Admission 60 Cents I ,
I' ment Is selling barbecue, ,conch vette..
Junior r

High Receives

Honors At Fair '

The ninth annual Science Fair WIN A FREE
held Wednesday March 20 thru :
Saturday, March 23 at Dinner
Key auditorium closed leavin
honors with three students at3roWhsVllld

two ;Juttlbr High A riteachers. I ALLEXPENSEIHOLIDAY,

From Miss Irene itarrls class
came a project In the area of
chemistry labeled "Chemical IN
Changes, Charles Turner. From
Robert P, Young's class came
two botany projects entitled,
"How Light Affects The Black
eyed Pea Plant" by Samuel NASSAU FOR 2
Stubbs and "The Effects of Certain
Solutions on The BlackeyedPea
Plant," Oscle Fryer.

There were more than 700 YFREE I
projects, on,, exhibition from the /
r $ :
schools In Dade County and
neighboring counties. All who ,, Open an account
took time out to see the science ,
for $100 andchooio
fair / pride
of the promising young scien /' any one
tists. We can be confident in
oftheso beautiful
? gifts
meeting tomorrow's challenge t \
h 4 FREE
., We can keep pleasant in
changing time as long as the I t
spirit of science is with us. S.' 'T.. cz: ::;;:: CORY

Awards were made in various .-
levels of the grade school sys coma BftKWIR
tem. Brownsville Junior High 4-9 cup ctpteHy.
received three honorable mentions W:? .. The flnttt
in the Lower Junior Level. . .,.. + quality ffo
Brownsville has its foot in and the Pick up your, ent y;card:at Franklin Federal of/ft kind
door, its hat in the ring
"W-" Saving and .Loan, Association, of Miami, '
ment of the teachers.-Cousin
corner of 1Oth.etr..t.and,3rd: Avenue. TVRRNC, ,ilk .

BETHUNE ELEMENTARYThe Nothing to buu"andyouldon't, even have to PLA.TIO
Jr. Red Cross representatives open an account, clp te. Simply fill OOOLBRPtrtttttor .
of Bethune had a very enlightening -
assembly program on out the entry o..tanCibr.turn-; It to Franklin
was tithing, .+ .,
March 28. The program r
Federal' and ,
centered around the purpose thatf ttl I.; btrbteuitnd w !
for giving and how the Red eutlngt
Cross helps us in time of need.
Committee members are Mes- .'ONAL"AM"AHD PLAHfl .
dames Doris M. Blount, chairman e' Compact lamphrowa a powerful I'
; Eugenia Williams, Arthur- ," long.r ",*t.wof\ fightaopiBoa
Inc Sir a pp. Gloria Green, and) -- ,
Bernice Johnson.

'Ve are indeed happy to wel-- You'll travel luff an,American': .jet luxury liner

come back Mrs. Evelyn Best, and epend. fourLgtapfoue! $ ,days and nights In
one of our fourth grade:
and Mrs. Lois Hicks Rollins, Naeeau at'h.jrll/Colonlsl. ., Hotel. Franklin
one of our first grade teachers.Not .
only did we welcome Mrs. Federal,will payryKV, **#.neee.Including meals, GOTHAM BBVBRAOB BBT

Rollins were but also wedding extended congratulations to her.- hotel, and tranepertatlgn and In addition ,will A tntgntftotnt'addft/on to yourhom t.

faculty shared give you tSO aftefidtfta money.
, and participated In two workshops
, that were spearheaded by So,.vlelt Franklin} Federal at your earliest

the Curriculum Committee.beneficialand The poeelbte, moment mi .out the entry card and
workshops were very
most helpful.Our you may ... the XT Inner of a magnificent

interns Misses Florence Naaeau ,holiday ,
:Bailey, Gracie Lewis, and Mrs. ,
,Jessie Tanner recently completed
their nine weeks of practice
teaching under the supervisionof H...,.. 9 A.M. to 3 P.M. Dally Current I 01
Mrs. A. Rivers, second grade Saturday, 9 A.M. to Noon Dividend 10
,and Mrs. H. Cunningham, thirdgrade. Rate
5 until 8
Friday Evenings, lalrr r a year,

Coming soon "Color Day*". payable and
The pupils are eagerly awaiting compounded4tlmesiyeir.
this gala event. FRANKLIN 4 .

The Special Adjustment Classes
of Mrs. Jennings and Mrs.
Hawkins displayed beautiful
ceramic and plaster parts pieces ,FEDERAL
made by the students. Both ......uoMt..t4.,
classes are to be: congratulated/ UVU0S_LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI ,M$10.000 by.*.. ncy ofHi
Another display''' of art was *Un t4 3lof,.l GovfflMMflfBrownsville
viewed by all the classes during 100._ II.W. W ANNNUN 971-7652
,Art Week.. These were paintings
of ajl designs done by the students -
IJf Mrs. C. Hammock our
prt ,WJaSwtant.i .


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\; ;; "., .THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. Ministers And White Policeman Is :' 1y" 'y'.j"

_PAGE 16 SATURDAY, APRIL 6,, 1963 Deacons HoldQuarterly '.
NoticeAll MeetingThe Charged With Assault : '\ ,, ,

Phil 'Ossofer Ministers and Deacons' FORT WALTON BHACH -* denied'having se* relations With
. .
officers and members 'of then admitted lidvIng
the woman, -
Union of Atlantic Coast Baptist A white }?ort Walton fledch #5- .
_. Progressive Chapter No. 29 AOES'are Association held Its quarterly done so ttot denied any force
liceman,wad accused of raping a
asked to please be present was invovled.
When Congressman Adam the which meeting last Weekend at.,Mt
at next meeting Negro housewife after stoppingher
Clayton Powell Jr., uttered his will! be held Tuesday, April, at Olivette Baptist Church, Rev. car for a traffic check.
contempt for the NAACP and I. C. ,
8 p.m., business of great
spoke favorable of the Black tance. Please be present anon The Rev. Theodore Gibson Policeman Levy Roberts. 23, SISTER ROSE
Muslims, he unwittingly placed time rector of Christ Church andpresident was lodged in Okaloosa County
himself on the same level as Sis. Cornelia L. Glenn, acting of the local branch of Jail, Crestview, without! ball ona 'READER AND ADVISORDon't
the white supremacists, an un W M.; Leola Thompson, flnan the NAACP, was the speaker rape warrant Issued' by Coup
favorable position for any man, clal secretary Thursday evening. His addresswas ty Judge Wilbur Osburn. fail to see her
black or-white. ,.
challenging and thought- Police Chief Hendrix
Muslims provoking. Atty, D. Jones made ,said the 23 Tells your. past, present, and .
The aim of the Black oneness, as taken !>y the w >man; also com r '
like the aim of the White NAACP. Those who are walk. the response. A number of the plained. that'when she couldn't ', : future. i
Citizens' Councils, is' to foster I I Ing a segregated path are walking local choirs of the district rendered find her license Roberts .
supremacy of a segment of hu I away from God. selections.The ordered her into his patrol' car' 4500 M:W. 27th AVE.
manity based on a physical at. By condoning race supremacy sessions presidedover drove it into woodJ'nearby/ andraped
the color of one's skin. were her, then her
tribute, and deriding NAACP efforts by President H W. Moss drove backto Phone 634-9169
This aim shows complete con for unity, Congressman Powell her own! automobile
and Vice President A.: J Hanna.
tempt for the words of the: 1 beloved becomes as unpalatable as Mississippi Hendrix laid Huberts first Aprld
.Jesus (Whose words shall ,and AlaUama congressmen Impressive by the messages Rev. J. L.were Johnson delivered '.. <: ... ............ ..... L ... .. .
), ,spoken' thus: . ) : -1" 1'J' \
never pass away "W '" m
** Rev. Ernest Williams, Rev, H.
"It is the spirit that quickeneth, Let us pray that he will see
W;Moss and Rev. Joseph Smith. i-E
the flesh profiteth nothing. The 'W'fG--S-A ;
the error of his statements, .
words I speak unto you, theyare which were apparently The messengers were royally
spirit and they are life, anger. I'm sure he had no in. entertained 1Iy: the pastor and
John 663.: tention of associating himself members of Olivette. 'The next Our versr* finest fend expensive tO< %human hair,wig. !
He warned those who set with the factional views of racial meeting will be at New.. 'Mt. f, ':L FROM
extremists. Zion, Florida City I
themselves up as being: superiorto '
their brethren, saying "And "
whosoever shalt exalt himself $50.00
shall be absent." (Matt. 2312.: )

Unlike the Black Muslims and JET TV CLINICHOME Change'' your I personality, try a frosted) blonde, red, . .
the White Citizens' Councils, "
the NAACP Is composed of men brown, black, ,all shades.
of both colors, working In harmony
to better the conditionsof SERVICE CALLS $1.00 :CALL. FOR AN APPOINTMENT
one ethnic group simply be
cause this betterment means Day or Night ACE BEAUTY & WIG SALON
the betterment of both ethnic
groups. Jesus sought to bringall ., We Service All Makes ofHIFI's ..,
people together under the 730 Arthur Godfrey Rd. Miami Beach
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the true battle of supremacywas -
the battle of man over his We Also Rent
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