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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 13, 1963
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Volume ID: VID00697
Source Institution: University of Florida
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40TH YEAR, Noa 3 MIAMI, FOORIDA, SATURDAY, APRIL, 13, 1963 16 PAGES 10 0 T3 "

10,000 KIDS TO
Are Negro Detectives HUNT EGGS I al


Getting the Run-a-Round? will community-wide highlight the egg

day celebration at Manor
50th St. and 13th Ave.,
Many Miamians, both Negro lowance. at 3 p.m.
and white, feel 'that the Police There Is a "grandfather
Department Is selling our Ne clause" in most civil service
"detectives" a bill of goods. Jobs that says if a man serves
And the argument sounds legitimate satisfactorily in a Job for a
ears he should
be automatically to
For the_past five to 13 years promoted
the rank. Certainly this should I II t
the best Negroes on the force the officers
apply to Negro
have been taken out of the uni who' have worked so long in
form ranks and made plain- I the detective ranks without :
clothes detectives. These men
have done outstanding work proper compensation. '
and many have been commended _:Fred'' Ebron has been a I
for Wreaking tough cases plainclothes officer Ernestyears.. An abundance of
Ralph White and
and normally doing outstanding
have in at least 12. Ken- finding eggs will be
work in the detective di put

vision. neth Jones, Archie McKay and with the top awards I I
several more have worked as bicycle, and a tricycle. :
But'as far as being promotedto detectives anywhere from five youngsters will also be ..
the rank and paid for the to 10 years. to free rides on the I I
Job they..., are performing Just how long should these wheel and the flying
ihattOr, different story. Theyare men be victimized by this un- "This program Is being ( ) II
stni 'patrolmen, and the fair standard. Maybe they ed with the sincere
only added compensation they should take their case to the bringing happiness to ,
receive is a small clothing al courts. youngsters who
I would not have an e
.. ) holiday," declared
i Hadley, chairman of the F.,,
NAACP to Protest Bias munity-Wide Easter Egg 4)I
I Committee, sponsor of
bration. Mrs. Viva

In Local Builders UnionFollowing i co-chairman leIs is chairman while of Henry

the taking of affidavits cause of race. The ruling was I I ments.Mrs. Dana Chapman
alleging racial discrimination based on a petition of NAACP ,t I liver an address on
in the local No. 7, Plas which contended that labor Garth C. Reeves, '
terers' Masons and Bricklayers unions controlled the working tor of the Miami Times ;
International Union, plans are policies of individuals and 'I introduce Mrs. i
underway to protest certain thus to discriminate was a denial Fletcher Paschal will
acts considered discriminatory of the Constitutional Rightto master of ceremonies 4)I i I
,by the NAACP with, the Na- work. \1rs. Bertha Sharpe ,
tional Labor Relations Board, p community sing
it was announced this week. WMDM will Broadcast )
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300 'I' .
Cosmetologists '
The Union was opened to gram from Manor Park j : : :' .
Negro''memberd''hr19$4'.follow4ing I To..Met\ Here Early and his band of { .
NAACP action, Since that Hearts will furnish (
time, only a few Negro" mechanics Next WeekendThe
have been assigned :
work by the Union. Many have Sigma Omicron Chapterof I ;
continued to pay union dues the Alpha Chi Pi Omega Alabama
while having to find their own Sorority and Fraternity have Judge ,
work., completed plans for its 18th ,
"R W. Saunders, NAACP national convention. Bans
field secretary ''stated that In. Sunday, April 21 an "Extra-
formation received by the vaganza Living Arts" at the BIRMINGHAM, Ala.
NAACP pointed to what
ap- Bayfront Auditorium will open Alabama state Judge
pears as a.systematic methodfor tho local chapter activities. This injunction Thursday
pressuring Negroes out of .
affair is one you can't afford forms of racial
the union and thus returningit to miss, from 8 pm. until 1 in Dlrmingham! where
to the status' ,of being purely a.m. you will enjoy fashions lire' ,waging a
'Lily White. hair'styles, celebrities, two .drive.
An umpire for the NLRB bands:: for your music pleasure "This is a flagrant
has already ruled that labor and door prizes Donation 200.
union cannot discriminate be Benefit for scholarship fund. (continued on page )

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Deltas, Entertain Seventyfiveoutstanding greetings to the young ladles for the Cotillion, escort for Entertainment by' the Delta
""young ladles from senior and their guardians and Mrs. the debutantes, the souvenir! Airs and delicious refreshments
'63 Debutantes Arid classes In* Dade County high Aussie Ervin /chairman of/.the booklet, -a 4,i .the enrichment helped to round out the con
schools listened with pride as ,Debutante Committed,' gave' the prom' .'scheduled 0 for the deb genial atmosphere. of 'the get-
Parents their ''parents were officially ',purpose of the affair. and -things parentscan acquainted social.
Members of' the Miami Alumnae I told that ,they were the 'debutante 14 After the parents were Introduced do for the girls. Parents and debutante candidates
Chapter of Delta Sigma candidates selected by Mrs. 'Vicky' Simpson, :Missr Beverly.- Nixon readand ,expressed to the Deltas,
Theta Sorority entertained the the Deltas to We presented to ,''I Mrs. Ethel Ferguson, :Miss Oc- discussed "A Good Creed'i their gratitude and enthusiasm
1963 debutante candidates and society In, early May of this I,neon Cumberbatch and Mrs. i and Mrs., Dorothy Graham concluded about) the forthcoming* Cotillion
their parents Thursday evening year. ,Valencia Williams members of the formal' segment of while they ,chatted and ate refreshments -
March 28 at the Carver Branch Mrs. Dorothy Maxwell, president I the Debutante Committee, presented I the program with a recitation at the close of the
YMCt .8uildif%, "W", ,! of the sorority, extended I information about;,aatrIr.<< ot Jt..fpr.liklL:" evening. -, .

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,rofCthetworf chai nan 'o the President's
& ,'EqualRouting. tfinftiitue
ni As: a1 j tunity. XITHI3
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._- of discrimination, t h' e 'The'corporation, a major gov- Miss OLlVM iI." ALlIxAN'DER yttu havo seth IB
thJames unity business
NAACP -chQrged'Negro' 61U- tnmenr--' ot\trattOr in" the area, executive CommnitY have
Been thertftJy the
zEns! in Ctfeoa.are forced" ton, 1 ccU'ed"by ';two 'Negro emproyeeswiur B. Scott ', : AKA's
civic They are soliciting
dare' substandard 4U'td'retnrlc'ted' and a long-time donations
\ living d op-) sodation '
meeting mentally-retarded
hbushg"bpporttuiltles) ,upgrading worker, is attending a Negro
portunlty Tor solely of children'' at', t Sunland Center
has been . dCfGpiti'Rthe'c'tleepiC1fVolve! ( because, of' their race. A third of the Southeasternworkers l in This drivff"which! la being'spear:
ment of the Federal governmentin complaint charged discrimination -
lie 'continulnRInatlon headed by Dobbs is
the residential growth and in the corporation's hiring Nashville, Tenn, worthwhile quite
suffered a one, so Droo in
citizens in the Caper development of this communityand practices.The ClfAPtfill your coins and help AKA helo
the issuance LOCAIi
despite by TJIK hOf
suniand Cetlt@r.
F&ral-Cocoa area in Floriria. President Kennedy of,an 'executive company's em Canaveral Omega Psi Phi Fraternity ..._, -.
order on housing." practices at the Cape out the red cartel for
base, Mr. Hill said, 'indicate a spread visiting fraters Who> re.i IB, t attendance ''Ittl ..nBrrr' Y faces M dat.
In a letter to the President Discrimination In 'racial discrimination l lotta Rhetta arid Deborah
'Wilkins employment pattern of at, trig W ,AnftUAl ,: Plessjr
dated March 18, Roy is charged to' the Pan that is a clear violation of District meeting which 10.19 beirlg are all aglow- these (lays; Why?
executive secretary of the Ad.National American ,Airways"'COrpot t1on President Kennedy's Executive held this Weec@n) ,, at i the. ''conventiori Well they will be OUR first to
for the
Association at Cape Canaveral''in''affidavits Order 10925 prohibiting discriminatory : headquarters, Hampton attend their school prom at
vancement of Colored People'' submitted by Herbert Hill, employment practicesby House. The fraternity of Notre Dame Academy, and ..:.
said' that the 1,000 'Negroes employed NAACP labor secretary, to, He U. & Government contrac- which Dr. Edward Braynon is they have both been selected
In the nation's vital bart executive vice by Delta sorority"as Debutantes.
Taylor, tors. president, entertained their visitors
in that de.
space effort area are These are indeed honors.
well as local guests
ailed opportunity for Job promotions as ,.
and refused access to deCent THE"MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. with a Talent Hunt for high
nuosingvhile "as 'many as school students on Thursday PLANS'ARE IN the making
300 FHA-Finaneed homes stand PAGE 2 SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1963 night at Brownsville Junior for: a gala Musical Tea to be
vacant'''and unused in the Cocoa High School and a formal danceat sponsored*by'the Bethune Cook-
Dinner Key Auditorium on man Miami Alumni Chapter
( metropolitan area.
,, ; Friday night. These activities President Aurora Crawford reports
An affdavlt charging housing Selected l "Teacher of theYear" made this a tfusy weekend for that the April 28 soiree
discrimination, he told the' President Miamians.MKS will 'feature loads of talent.
has been'' ,filed by the I Wfiiie -.
:NAACP with the new committee By OrganizationThe Club 'ihembcra gather ORtmitN* :To Lugtista Col-

on Equal Opportunity in ed again on Saturday at the ston tor her recent reappointment '
Housing on March 15. On the St. Petersburg 'Junior home-school rapport, Miss Kir- Jolllvette Plaza to entertainthe .-, as' chairman the annual *
same day, complaints charging Chamber of CWwmercei'plfeKed by' rained by visits to homesof senior residents' ,with ian Cancer Crusade. As you
job discrimination 'were filed a Gibbs .CollegeMttnd Fla; all ,her pupils. He said she, Easter Party. The youthful delight remember* she has long been a
with,the 'President's Committeeon A&M Unlversltyrgri&duate for I helped the/sChool win a nation' of these oldsters was dis valuable I,worker of the American '
Equal Employment 'Oppor- its teacher 'of'theyeap; "*hbn rs. al honor 'from the Freedom played as they enjoyed t h a Canceir,Society*
tunity. Foundation at Valley Forge for games, refreshments and the ..
In'' '
:; "teaching'' 'citizenship and extension surprise of the Unique door .JACK ANt) .JiLlg have
"I cannot urge too stronglythe tion 'of"Miss Archie Kirby 'as of,the American ('iiit6'
of had been
way prepared .
''necessity of action 'to re "Teacher 'of the Year", Miss life" Arthurine WWnl!! f his 'newlyorganizedgr6UpJWill
move)I the racial discrimination Tobby -Webber, secretary, saidas for them by committee MRS MRS ,;)Assist\ in the annual:
'. . :exemplified In the com- far as she knew this was the She' Is' also a member of her Strapp and her city --Easter Egg!: hunt at Manor
plaints filed with ''the 'two committees first time a Negro ''had won the s hb l's',hospltality, public rela- Gwen Welters. prey Park 'on:.Sunday. The dynamic
," Mr. Wilkins said. "I honor. tfohs, calendar, beautification presidentGerry;, Arririgton and
believe that you will 'agree with and curriculum committees, NAOMI GRANT, local Alpha! het" rau1 P' ,mark' this doWn> fls
me'that full and'speedy exerciseof Miss. Kirby teaches at \focal and is sponsor of the honor Kappa Alpha basileus, repre one of'fhe'hlatiy"projects Which
: ''the Presidential I power can Davis )Elementary Schbol. Her club. She has, been teaching sents her chapter at the South are planned Vy: the organization
name Wasf1 submitted 'by 'Prin 'September.' find is Atlantic Regional Conferencein for our ytitm
and should this a June
accomplish ,
." purpose cipal 1 William G. Thompson Tkraduate of Florida A&M Columbus, S. C. this week... and,Jills"is a iletiohal'organization -
who made known the good Utilverslty.D end. This year's conference and we\ are proud to in
The NAACP leader reminded promises to be a most profitable elude this among the notewor-
President Kennedy that "Feder. one with its 'theme, thy/civic in our city
al space and military installation '' "Changing With The Changing .._- !,-,- -i--4" clubs.
predominate In the Cocoa .C.. Is Definite Site OfUCA'Tournament Times Moving" Forward Wit GET WELLvmilE8 to:

:area;' The entire local economy Our Youth. Dorothy Graham, &TW schoolmarm
Including tourist accommoda ; who'' Was injured in an
tions 'l1anklng facilities, schools nil. W. C. MARTIN has returned auto collision recently.
and public facilities, is dependent to his Detroit, Mich
directly or Indirectly upon WASHINGTON, D.C. The one.. It is 'expected that each of home after visiting his sister
the presence and financial support United Golfers Association meet* the districts will schedule other and hrother-in-law, Albert'' and Cwest Club
of the Federal government. ing !In annual convention ,)here golfing events before the Ireta Crosby of this city.
Federal 'grants and loans for ur recently set August 10-23 as:the is1 too far underway. The August season The: beautiful home of Mrs.
ban renewal and low rent hous date for its national 'tournaments national tournament will play MEMBERS OF THE Square Oscar Range was thrown opento
ing toj meet 'anticipated expansions to I be held in the ''District nine championship divisions. Circle Sportsmen Club enter- the Cwest Club on the evening
'(as 'for the forthcoming of Columbia, while the I national Included In the tournament tained guests aboard the beau of April 2 for Its'first meet
Ltinart and Nova projects) are golfing group listed fifty-four will be divisions for profession.. tiful Dreamboat on Thursday ing of the month.
Immihent ,The government'srole 1963 tournaments which have als, men's amateur with flights, night with a Moonlight Cruise.
-as the> principal employerin been scheduled by' five of its women's amateur with Edward Bogie is president. The president presided and
flights, the business of the
the area is apparent" regional units. flighted senior men and regular
The Eastern Golf Association and women club was discussed.At .
Information based on the findIngs has ;set 20 tournaments for the Junior boys and girls. The CONGRATULATIONStoCommunity ,
Junior event is played in two Drug Store's Harold the close of the businessthe
of Jack E. Wood NAACP the Midwest
unit lists
year age It is Jollivette and his
groups. expected that charmingwife hostess Invited her guests
special assistant for New
housing England nine Central
at least 500 Lorraine the arrivalof
golfers on and we
into the dining room
was to Govenor Da. and the Southeastern
district I pate in the various sections of their first, Harold Joseph II. were greeted with a beautiful::
the August tourney In Washing May there be many more. decorated dlnlnk table. Fresh

ton.Four cut Easter lillles, candied Easter -
I Revolution in the District of Columbia- NELSON' ADAMS, principalat eggs and lamps, plus the de
PentagonAmerica's afea, UGA-affiliated' golf clubs Dunbar Elementary and his licious food.
Wake Robin Women's Club Curriculum Assistant, Alice
lead over Soviet rate 'of 'better than one every and Royal Golf Club, Washington Hawkins have returned to their Mrs. Su M. Frazier thankedthe
Russia in the missile race continues adding on-target 'missiles 'at' the 'Oxon 'Blades Golf Club, posts after attending an Elementary ''hostess. We meet with Mrs.
,to widen at a rapid pace, working day, to give us a totalof Maryland and Arlington Divots Council meeting in St. Blanche Dean on April 23..
author Theodore H. White reported -I ,800 push-button-ready'Minute. Golf, Club, Virginia, will co-host Petersburg. B. Davis Slater, reporter
today men by July .1, 1965." the August event.

White, author of the recent
best-seller, "The Making of the
President, 1960" said the United HARLEM SQUARE CLUB 1
States will have 1,000 intercon
tinental and Intermediaterange

missiles on target by the 1fREEDI'A.'Itr' EASTER SUNDAY APRIL 14
end of 1964. By the end of 1967 ,
he add, that number will Increase ;
to about 2,000. Maxine Brown's ,

White's remarks appeared in "A.k Me" ''Yeat erir'...'Klwe."
an article, "Revolution in the
Pentagon,' in the current Issueof f
Look magazine. The Maxaires

Even now, Uncle Sam has andBobby'
more than 2,000 'missiles ready
to go plus about 200 Polaris submarine :Scott'st

'mts lIes. According to >t1lY DRUG
recent intelligence estimates, Orchestra
the Soviet Union has"nOwh!re 6750 N.W. 15th Av UeUAROU >hone 691-6651
near'that"humber,White said. .. -
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for Atnbrlca'irproductlon'capaelty.the MinUteman solfd-fuel "--=-- _____.____J- -r > _- t, Ti .. .
ICBWinlsslle already is $1.65
beyond '
Curren +ted. White 'wrote in YOU: DON'TtHAVE' TO WAIT' UNTIL ,1. .
Loo If."nr'the"next
> two years the EASTER: SUNDAY Door $1.9
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Operation Alphabet Broward N "
:Bdslc! : reading, writing and 125 other teachers are volunteering County i 1TUB ,
drUhnietlc are learned their services in con NewsBy
bV 253 City'''of :Ditami empldyesmostly' 'nection with the TV course,
Unskilled l laborers, Mc'brlJUnaibri. with many of them making J
With the state's personal visits to the home of Walter Dow ,,
Operatiori Alphabet, a..tirogftlni the students.
aimed at wiping out Illiteracy. .._ Ji
"The enthusiasm of these $ '*
They are participating in an city workers trying to improve i
8-month course of instructionnow Mt. ZIon AME Church will
themselves is
telecast most gratifying, observe Easter Sunrise service
every Monday, Sziarto said. "Many of them
Sunday, April 14 at 52nd Ave
Wednesday and Friday ,at 6:10 '
swallowed their pride
in admitting -
and SW 8th St., West Holly-
a.m., on channel 10 and 6 "
they illiterate
on channel 2."Enrollment. wood, Rev. Ellis officiating.
It is hoped, he added, that You are Invited to worship with ,
in the course Includes the workers will continue their
all but two functional education when the course is E. J. Clark, president of Et
illiterates (fewer than five yearsof completed and take promotional the women's department of Atlantic
formal education) employed examinations within the city. Coast Association left
by the City, said Bob Richmond, April 8 to attend the State Baptist .
executive secretary of the Miami Each worker completing the Convention in Pensacola.
Civil Service Board. instruction will be presenteda The Silvertone
Gospel Sing- _._,_
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the course Is volun- I
tary" Richmond added, "we achievement at a City "gradu.ation" inviting you to Join with them INTERNS Shown I JeMie Tanner.
did encourage them to enroll. ceremony next fall. and other Gospel singing featuring here arc Florida A&M Interns Second row: Florence C*
We even purchased workbooks In all, about 500 Dade Coun- groups from Dade and who completed their internship llnJley, Sylvia Heath, Clara M
for them to use 'with the tians are enrolled in the course. Broward counties Sunday, April foyer, Phyllln Allen, Grade1'
course;"" It is estimated there are 42,670 28, 3:30: p.m. at Carver Ranches teaching In Dade County on Lewis. Mao Frances Wnldrot
April 5. They are, first row:
functional Elementary School, 2306 SW and Rachel Brczlnl.
illiterates in
Carrvlrtff out thA' [!itv'g! nM_ County. Dade 43rd Ave. Mrs. Winifred Cooperis Jacquelyne Lucas. A. J. Polk,
gram is A,-'J. Sziarto:"' Miami i director. supervisor of Internship' at
Prior FAMU! ; Enrllno E. !Miller, Do I NAACP Membership)
training :and safety administra to Richmond's appoint. Bowe's Barber Shop and .
tor ,who is I ment as executive Waller A. Mercer, .Uredor'of '
cooperating with secretary of Eleanor's Beauty Salon wish for
Francis L. Shefsky of the Dade the Civil Service Board there everyone a Happy Easter. Internship teaching at FAMU; Drive is now on!"
County Board of Public In. was no aptiture test for unskilled -
struction !In the project. laborers seeking em-
ployment with the City. He has
About 175 professional and since instituted one.

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PAGE 4 SATURDAY. APRIL 13, 1963II. at that time it Was difficult l to purchase paper so we $8,000 JOBS OPEN
decided to close) the Sun and put all our time in on Jobwork.

I On 1922 Ye Editor purchased the complete controlof
the business and on September 1, 1923 his dreams came BASECivil
true. The first issue of the Miami Times was published.The .
Times has encountered some tough times: nur.t Service examination for

%. ,... .'A ct, .aA.. ,....... ocifnn... ... .19ft.' .finnnr. _'A_. hrflnltrloWHS._---n-- .. ____ _However.- positions paying from .$8048 to
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R. BIGIHMUND nERVES, Editor: and Publisher during those 2,045 weeks the Times was fortunate. Nota $9475 per year have been an*
nounced for eiriplbyfiteril
CJARTII C. nl EVES, Managing Editor single issue has failed to appear. at
In Miami, Ye Editor became a member of the St. Homestead AfrB; Florida, :Mont;
Associated Negro Press
Member of the
.Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association! Agnes Church, then located' on 8th St. and 3rd Av6, the phis Bates Municipal Field, Mobile Airport Ala.,. TenlL and

SUBSCRIPTION HATES Venerable Archdeacon ft S' Irwin was priest ih-charge. Dobbins AFB Ga.
ONE YEA $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN' ;O.OOtdttered He resigned under most unfortunate circuhistantes and
Ye Editor was left in charge along with other layrfcaders.l Applications are being accepted .
': as Second Class Matter\ August 0, 1927, at the Post Office for administrative office
at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1878 The next priest was the Rev G. M. filackett who (personnel and office services)
served for seven years and was succeeded by the Veiv GS-11 and 12.
Main oriiie at 6740 N.\V. lOlh Avenue-Phone OX 1.0421 John E. Culmer. Air reserve technicians
Uranch at 1112 N.W. Third Ave., Miami\ Florida-Phone FR 82230 are
Durina' tJu fntnt' O'ntihVIII T'i.rlitnr. pnrrflllt1 nn of C+ full time career civilian em-
Agnes. In o54h changed residence and transferred ployees who are also membersof
was the Air Force
to his present church The Incarnation.Ye addition to their civilian assigned -
tells us quite clearly that the Christian Church is Editor was ordained a perpetual deacon
founded not on an idea, but on a Person. We do not go to church Agnes in the year 1946 by the Rt. Rev. Henry Louttit, in the reserve organizationwith

on Easter Day to affirm our conviction that death is not the end bishop of the Diocese. rank an or appropriate grade. Air military reserve

of life. Worship is not made of this, and surely this Is not the Interesting too, is the fact/ that in :Miami Ye Editor technicians enjoy all the benefits -
:substance of the Christian faith. At Easter we are confronted has served under four bishops and seven priests..* accruing to Federal' Civil
:lot with an Idea, but with a fact: the fact of the Lord Jesus Ye Editor became a naturalized citizen of the United Service employees as 'Well as
extra pay and benefits of the
'Christ who died for us and who "rose again to become goodness States many years .ago. Air Force Reserve. The Air
in us." A Happy Easter to Everyone! Reserve technician program of-
Here then, as we sing so often, In Jesus Christ is the fers unusual employment sta.
!Church's one foundation. In Him, God took action to bring us bility with attractive pay and
Church to Get Organ ity. -Just call Mrs. Davis at retirement features while at
:all back to himself and to reconcile us to one another. Through UN 6-2813 or Pastor C. B.. Rock the same time providing the
:His life and death and resurrection Christ has opened for us the I With Stamp -BooksOne PL 7.5704 and arrangements opportunity for rendering a
gate of everlasting life which means that He has opened up new will be made to pick them up. patriotic service.
possibilities of life now. of the biggest stamp collecting Any brand of stamps Is ac Information
drives ever is now going Further can be
But a gate leads nowhere for us unless we walk through it. on at Bethany Seventh Day ,obtained from any Post Office.
The fact of Christ means nothing in our lives unless we have Adventist Church.
some understanding of what the fact means and respond to it. The women of the church
(continued from 1))
have banded together in a mas. page COME' WITH US TO THE
Easter then, when we celebrate it as Christian people, Is a festival sive effort to gather enough our constitutional privileges,"
as wide as all creation and as personal as my own thoughtsand green stamps to purchase a said the Rev. Martin Luther ELKSCONVENTION
desires. What God did in Jesus Christ He did for the whole new Hammond Organ for their King Jr. of Atlanta. "In no way
new church. The beautiful new will this stop the thrusts of the IN BOSTONVIA
created order; He was reconciling the world to Himself. Hereis
edifice Is nearing completion at movement.
the focus and center of all our attention: "Maker and Redeem. NW 25th Ave. and 50th St. and King and seven other integration CHARTERED (Limited)
er, life and health of all." But then I realize this was for me that will be an eye catching land. leaders were served with GREYHOUND BUSES
Christ lived and died and rose again to open up new possibilities mark In the Brownsville com the injunction early Thursday. LEAVE THIAm .
of life for And the munity.Mrs. The order also named all of the August: 22 at 10 p.m. Leave
me. so only that has
response any meaningis V. Davis, chairman of 136 persons who have been arrested Boston Sept. J, 8 p.m.
my own personal commitment of faith: "My Lord and my God." the Organ Committee, said during demonstrationssince Roundtrip $50.00 Write or call
This is the way out of self-<:enteredness and the narrow and constricted that all members of the churchare the campaign began a now! $10 deposit by May 10
way that leads to death. This is the way that turns us books turning In their stamp week ago.Circuit M. William, C. North, W. O.
from ourselves toward the world. This is the way that leads to books and among are their soliciting friends stamp and Jr. Issued Judge a ban W.against A. Jenkins boy- Perry V. Wilson.

eternal life now.-Arthur Lichtenberger, Presiding Bishop. well wishers. cotting, trespassing, parading, Phone FR NUt
They will gladly accept any sit.ins, kneeMns wade-ins and 1104 N.W. 3rd AYC.
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stamp books or loose stamps the inciting or encouraging of
from members of the commun such acts.
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Editor was born in November, but somehow Aprilis
his favorite month. Reason: At least three major epi-
sodes in his life came about in April :Met his wife FREE
(the daughter of a priest) more than half a century ago; FREE
was married in April. (Not the same year. Has the same
wife too.) (smile.)

Came to Miami\ in April 44 years ago. How time
flies and how :Miami has soared.To .

Ye Editor, one of the most interesting things in TRIPLE "S" BLUE STAMPSWith
life is to reminisce-be it pleasant or unpleasant.

When one has been around this old world as longas
Ye Editor has, there is always a plenty to be talked
about, and also a plenty to be thankful for. the Purchase of Any Wig

In Ye Editor's old home at Nassau Bahamas he was
pretty well situated. Built and owned a comfortable
home; had a job in the biggest newspaper plant in the

colony, where he was employed for 16 years, and had a
I small grocery that his mother operated.
lIe was pretty well known in the community 8Ji

Religiously, a member of St. Matthew's\ Church, the ....'...
oldest Episcopal Church in the colony. He served under
three bishops and five priests ,' .
At St. Matthew's, as chorister as secretary Sunday H Hi

School teacher, representative in the Diocesan Synod
for nine years and as Sunday School superintendent for

five years, a position he held up to the time of leaving
the colony.

Why did. he leave the Bahamas? :i 'r :

Well he, just had ...
an urge for greener fields. He :;: '
wanted to get into the printing business for himself. :

When he told his employer that he was about to

leave for the United States that gentleman gave him a
recommendation and a reference to his New York agent

t upon whom he could call for help should that become For a Limited Time .
necessary. That was a very nice thing for him to do. Only! .
That employer has long since passed away. May his OUT ON 'THIS SENSATIONAL

soul rest in peace. OFFER. GET YOUR WIG
He was on his way to New York to purchase certain BLUE STAMPS 1,000 TRIPLE: US"
printing equipment. NOW!

While visiting his sister in Miami, he met an old NO MONEY DOWN .
friend Dr. Alonzo P. Holly, who convinced him that EASY FINANCING

Miami had a great future and. he thought it would be LAY.A.WAY PLAN .
better if he decided to set up business here.

Events moved swiftly.. In less than two weeks the 54th

Magic Printing Company came into existence with Dr. St. Wig Center
Holly as president; Rev S. A. Sampson, vice presidentand
M. C. Bodie who has been operating a print shop in

New York City for many years. I 1079

We found three printing presses and quite' a bit of .54th St. Ph.
equipment at Lemon City and purchased it. 751-1318

We published the Miami Sun for five months, but

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COURT VICTORYIS was chosen by the Branch The High Court decision said ers for the drive. division has been made by Rev.
executive committee to serveas . to permit legislative In- S. A. Cousin of Greater Bethel
been for
Kick-off date has set
Campaign Chairman for the quiry to proceed on less thanan AME Church.
THEMEThe drive which begins on May 2. adequate foundation wouldbe May 2. The drive will continue "Rev. Cousin has pledged a
until the first week in June. A
The decision of the U. S. to sanction unjustified and team of ten campaign workers
Miami Branch, NAACP, Supreme Court which came unwarranted intrusion into the mass meeting has been set for with Mrs. Mary T. Colden as
Is presently planning to hold its down on March 25, reversed very heart of the constitutional the night of May 2 at Greater captain. He has also.pledgeda
annual Spring Membership the Florida Courts and freed privilege to be secure in associations Bethel AME Church to open minimum,of 300 membershipsfrom '
Campaign, local branch officials Fr. Gibson of contempt legitimate organizations the drive. Goals are 3,000.or I his church' Rev. Mickens ,;'I i,
announced here this week. It charges for refusing to submit engaged in the exercise of First more adult members and 500 said.
was also revealed that Fr. membership lists to the com and Fourteenth Amendment youth memberships.
Theodore R. Gibson, victor in mittee. A Florida Circuit Court rights." Assigned to direct the cam Campaign workers will meet s
a court battle a'gainst' a Florida had sentenced him to serve six The victory Is hailed by paign is Robert W. Saunders, each Thursday night to make I
Legislative Investigating Com months and to pay a fine of NAACP as being of major importance NAACP Field Secretary for the reports and hear campaign pro-
mittee and branch president $1,200. .. to all groups engagedIn State of Florida. Assisting will gress., Notice of meetings will
legitimate programs that are be Miss Blanch Calloway who be made through the press and
unpopular because of preju will also serve as coordinator. over radio station WMBM. I
dices. The Life Membership Committee Memberships may be had for
An intense public relations headed by Dr. E. A. Wardis $2.00, $3.50, $5.00 and up. All :
WHAT ABOUT THIS program to acquaint citizens of also making elaborate plans memberships are for one year.
the drive is being staged. Mem- for the drive. Persons desiring to join are I
bers asked to call the NAACP office '
are l/eing reminded of
their need to letter. Rev. I. C. Mlckens, Church FR 4.5031 or by visiting' the
renew by
I Committee Chairman, stated NAACP office at 800 NW 3rd i
"It's Time
URBAN RENEWAL? ; i Again.'r Reading the missies Dignity are that the first pledge rom his Ave 'I

mailed to all members, organ !
zations and businesses. /

This is the second in a series cation of sub-standard housing;: are also being asked to THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI.' FLA. "

of Urban articles Renewal on Miami's Program.comjlex The professional and promote activity business by revitalizing and volunteer as campaign work SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1963 PAGE:.S j/1

and commercial -
questions and answers beyow "
and industrial areas. ;
should! clear up some of the :.
basic aspects of this program Question: I rent an apart- : I
that will effect so many of us. ment that is in the path of the .i"A i ; > .

proposed Expressway. Am I 1 q. ,<, i/"
1'I'' .. .
for federal assistance,
eligible .
Question: I am somewhat .
sven though I do not own
confused as to the agencies ?
that are involved In the Ex. I
pressway and Urban Renewal .Answer: Yes Anyone in the
projects. Just who is involve path of the Expressway or Urban .
ed and who does' what? Renewal who Is forced to
Answer The State Road Department hove, whether he owns or
: Is route planning Metropolitan the Expressway assistance.rents, is eligible for Federal L i- JL ;

Dade County and City of Miamiare Question: What kind of Fed.
planning the Urban Renewal eral assistance will be made r\
projects. However, all available? I 1
three agencies are completely Answer: The Government i
coordinated and work is to proceed
provides many forms of assistance ,,
according to a prearranged -
among them are:
timetable, so as to
low for maximum efficiency of 1)) Moving expenses;

operation. 2)) Low-cost, long-term mortgage J'
funds which makes
Question: Won't this many
owning your own home a distinct
agencies lead to waste and possibility;
3)) Low rent housing for
Answer: No. those who qualify;

Question: Who foots the bill 4)) Counselling service by
for the millions of dollars that specially-trained, staff per-
I ,will be spent on the Express sonnel to help anyone who I
.'way and Urban Renewal pro- desires assistance. ""

sects. ?
Answer: The bulk of the ":''n..tJi1nu.
monies come from Uncle Sam. Easter Photographs? :
The rest is Horne by the State r'+ ...+
Metropolitan Dade County andthe Adamfotos, 212 NW 7th St. ,
City of Miami agencies. (Mary Elizabeth Building)
makes a free photoscope (key
Question: What is Urban Renewal 1 .
chain picture) available to each ,
? customer on Easter Sunday. S
Answer: It is the means Ask for Louise, the girl all j.j:
... whereby the community, acting babies love. 212 NW 7th St. 2 through its government, is .
photographers to serve you.
able to concentrate its full resources '
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A People. Phil Ossofer Says . .I """ ,,

Places. The Greater Miami Ministerial !!!I..L
. Alliance's letter to President Mrs. Sarah Sands,. GO, died, at I The "Lady Luella" built by I :41
Kennedy made some,very time- her home in Lewis St., on March the Rev. Charles Kemp in 1935 : I''
is survived her ,husband has,, '; '
accusations 23 She by as a sloop been converted -I :
Things. against the two Charles Sands, a son, to a motor vessel. It is .still i'' I;}I. "
largest utilities
. electricity) for failing(telephone" to hire and Louis, two daughters, Dorothy owned by the Rev_ Kenn\, .of' . J.,.,
and Ruth, and three Mason Bay, Acklins. It hadjcar* + < 'j
Ill' \VltENC13 BERT COOPER help as operators or for Sands
chUdren., and Mrs.. ,
... office work. Mr. rled passengers and freight.Tor .
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--- M """ 'J.'IrJ.rM"M"EIrr.rIrIrIrJJr'CJthe : conducted' thriving restaurant years until it was .damaged :by ...

policemen (a conservative From a local standpoint, here. business.:on 2nd, Ave. In Miami Hurricane Donna In 1JH&, The ,
. estimate) were from Georgia. are the natural places from more than,:40 ,years ago boat will now: do, fortnightly
which a breakthrough should be service between Nassau and
All knew
THE they was to be tough.Let's .
DADE County Outstand pass over that revolting forthcoming, since the utilitiesare The Bell Harmonalres. will Acklins and will,lttbe
ing Citizens Committee has received two months, (Dell was police reporter under federal control, and present their. 10th anniversary larger settlements on .the.Jsla&d.
21 nominations,, for outstanding ) for It still creeps backIn since Negroes are substantial concert in the Governor's Hall
citizens. my nightmares. Justice sure* users of both services These of the SheratoaBritish Colonial Mrs. Rosellza .Price,10L ; diedat
ly took a licking then." utilities would be doing a far Hotel on ,April 7, at, 8.45: p.m.. her home on Shirley-SUt. on
Among these we were pleasedto greater public service than at Cnmnrhdnsr.tho! trrmin art, an.leyMJohttsapDavidnlloww March G. She Is aurvivedb .two
note that Mrs. Ruth Green. Amen! Yes sir, those Georgia present if they would train and '
; i .: ;: ';,: Gene dliughtirsMr ., Beatrice;Light-)
were tough, especially on
field's name had been nominal use Negroes whom they will Fatten. Naaman Sturrup. Ros- '
the Blacks! ; burn and Miss Edith Price,14 8
ed. find as! adept at this work
their as coo,,Sturr . Warren. Rolle., grandchildren, 14 great grandchildren -
white counterports.The Etienne
The .lion Dupuch will
Mrs. Greenfield (or Ruth, as : amonl..whom..Js Tommy
she prefers) and I have become JUDGE DEN J. SIIEFPARD telephone company's ap be,J-f :C.TheARev.. I Robinson, the ,well-knowaa
well acquainted over' the years has suggested a teenage curfewfor parent eversion to Colored em lete; and three, great -
when she opened an integrated Dade County. On the sur ployees does not tie in with Its .( James R..Smith, 78 grandchildren.
school of the arts in Dr. face it seems a good idea. In wires and cables, in order to of BiminL;: wasoawardedta: Certificate ., !
Kelsey Pharr's building on NW the past, several other, Juvenile speed up making accurate con Honoc/and: .a \medal Board of Education ,teachers
2nd Ave. From then on it wasa judges have proposed and nections in its equipment. More. foe outstanding 11 public. service staged a' demonstration in.frontof
continuous struggle for surviv fought for such an enactment over, the company's, more recent by.Excellency the.,Governor the Board of Education
al. She once had quarters in the but to no avail. ads concentrate the installation Sic,Robert, Stapledon;; on March flee, East Bay Street Nassau,
"Y" building, then folks realizedthe of colored, telephones TheJtevw' Smith.received the recently in support of Carlton
cultural affect the school We wonder if these juvenile to bring a greater harmony of Certificate,_ of Honor, in, the Francis and Mrs. Delancy,
would have on the communityand experts really understand ado- color into the home. Queen's Birthday. Honors in whom they said.,have, Itoan.un-
now Ruth, her faculty and lescents and their problems of 1001. He. has, served as la, mem- Justly treated, by the. board.
students are housed in their growing into manhood and How basic that It i tter of the Public. Board at More than 100 carried, placards.
womanhood.Tis Ignores the
God-created BiminL'for-45*.years; as pastorof
own building on 60th St.
colors of man, which when In.. Police
true some parents dis ,Mt. Zion Baptist Church for Constable James, Mun-
The final Judging will be made play a lack of feeling or interest terwined like its own wires, 43 vyears, and?has been In the roe, 19, was convicted In the
'next month for the selection of In what their will result In harmonizing the ministry for 51 years He has Magistrate's Court on,.March*4,
two' men :and two women. ,We their leisure time teenagers, but we do think with house of man.: This ,Is ,the harmony also been employed by GeorgeA and fined $14 for, using,obscene

certainly, hope Mrs.- Ruth W. the "curfew law" should be enacted that will create world Lyon,of Detroit for 26, years, I language,on Jan. 7 It happened
Greenfield, patron of the fine the peace, a great boon ,to all, in- like this: That morning It "vas
arts civic worker-and a.wonder are able by to conduct parents.themselves Most kids eluding the telephone company. The'body ,of Mrs. Doreen Pyr raining and Munroe failed to

ful ,woman, will be among.those properly beyond the 10 The Florida Power and from, 30, 'was found in the I appear for ,duty In time. Three
selected for top honors. few. pm cur Light Co, while not as stub abandoned Weary' Willie Hotel police officers were sent for him
born as its sister utility in thn Sunday morning, March 17, l In a car, As Munroe got in the
In our teenage days parents matter of patterns', is Neely: Brown was, charged with par,he cussed,. they said
,Places . had a firm belief that kids yet far too racial its obligations manslaughter in her death, and
should be home before 10 p.m. In this very field. Perhaps it wa, ?\ releaced on $280 ball
SEVERAL MONTHS. ,agoa with older, children (beyond 10)) should remember that without Dugie's Guest House
French personality paid ..the allowed until 11 pm. to be in dark, there would be no need Patrick"Peppy" Bell, 23,, was
United States a visit. She"board the home. Of course that was for light From the. spiritual charged with killing Meekly The house of clean.rooms
ed a passenger ship with luxurious another day, under different point of view, it would be fur, Capron in the course of danger, Open ,24 hours NE-4-38S1
stateroom conveniences; circumstances.Teens fishing greater light by hiring ous driving March 15. ,Mrs. ca Seeing !I. BelievingSee
darker skinned employees As was the mother of seven
toured the cultural sections of pron
for clean
the country with two armed of today view this pro. yet, its products are enlighten children.., Bell formerly lived at us roomsJamaica '
Marine guards and security',po posal intelligently with some Ing, but the producers (the Gregory, Town; Eleuthera. ,A Dugie, always a
lice New York City threatenedto pretty good ideas. company itself)( is in darkness.; preliminary hearing has beepset friend

give her a ticker tape;, pa. Those below 10, who probably selling Strangely colored, they too, are now. for May 10. 2941 NW 47th St., Miami
rade The young lady She has don't be out late, say it s a good products.: -...-
been dead for hundreds,of years'! thing, while older teens feel I Both utilities seem to be use
She was the famous Mona 'Lisa, that. it's unfair. !Ing as their slogan something HICKS PHOTO STUDIO
a native and resident,of France. )like this: "Color, color, ,
The painting was loaned to the Instead of judges and old fog Whereh. but when you hJreJnake every.l 2440 ,N.W. 60th Street Phone NE 3-3166
United States. glesi sitting back squawking e skin in fair." ,
centurlu about our teens running wild Among: our, assets we like to count the things :money
Mona Lisa, painted and,,commlting mayhem. They ter pray that the Alliance's) let- cannot buy goodwill at, this holiday season
ago by Leonardo de Vinclt.had .should get. together and set up I to our president will bear
extend the ,best of good wishes ,for the
an alrcondltioned stateroom, not more teenage centers through. goodly fruits. It is indeed a we to you
beyond or below a certauvjtem--, outtthe county where they may great challenge to his sense of Easter Season.
perature, to perserve the, pig. commit "mayhem" in youthful fairness, and a fine opportuni MOTHERS!
ment of her painted face and activities, especially on the ty for him to back up his There's only one to keep children at theyare ,
that knowingly smile!, dance floor. You can't hardly statement on civil rights. way your ;
find 'a teen who doesn't like to today. Their photograph will never grow> up.
People ARE funny! Or'that'show "cut,a, rug," Open all day Easter
we feel Imagine;treating
a picture so. roY.1llyeven, more P
so than the visit of the Queen of Frontiers to Sponsor
England. Selah!

Talent Show A '
Things . Miami Chapter of Frontiers N
International is sponsoring a
JACK BELL In his Monday' talent show on the evening of MONEY:

Town Crier column In the Mi May 10 at 8 o'clock at Brown SERVICEWilliam Owner at 2920 N.W. 50th Street
ami Herald reminiscing about vine Junior High School All
his early days with the. Herald, junior or senior high school Pinder, Sr 3 bedroom, 2 baths, garage., Open 3-5 p.m.
told of the toughness and ignorance '' students desiring to take partin Professional Piano Tuner 1310 N.W.72nd Street,
I' this affair can register at
of police departmeat
In the early 40's. Mr. Bell The Miami Times, Splc and And! Repairer Build on your lot, No( "money down

wrote: I Span Market and North Travel 1935, N.W. 153rd St., .Cash paid! for lot and home
Bureau., Prizes will be given to
"Never in this nation was, Opa-locka
there such a police departmentas winners.first, second. and third place Phone. MU. 8-3770 BARON JE:8-1340 JE 2-4343
we had then. Nine-tenths of

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I ; Lew Price, city publicity converge on for the
director and Mayor Robert K. time the national conventionhas and plants will be on
met in the south in 20 hand. I IN THE
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In an Easter motif. The
N M service Is fast. The prices arc
\ reasonable. The photographs Easter Weekend at' Clyde Killen's
rw dt are in beautiful natural colorat
Adamfotos, 212 NW 7th St. Knight Beat
Mary Kliabeth Building Two Fri. Sat. Sun. April 12 13 14
photographers\ on hand and -
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Eugene Morrison, Ishmae the Church of the Incarna
Sharpe Sr. and Aaron Perkinsare tion.
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Murder Trial Play Set: B. T. Washington

L ces Rutledge, Gladstone Hun.,
ter, Cassandra Taylor, Judy
Brown, Gwendolyn Fisher
S i 1.R 1. Samuel Henley, Bertram Collie,
; Phyllis Myers and Gloria Benn.

An unusual feature of the
,, l 4-4 .r ;, play is the jury which is chosen
from the audience at the beginning
r t e 1 1p
p of the play. The Jury
____ hears the evidence and rendersits
I1eD J; verdict at the end of the
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e The play is directed by Leroy
: Washington, instructor of draKnights

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becomes a part of your whole,
IF YOU PUT MORE IN YOU until finally you have somethingbig. tk of Pythias
Get out and see the world if And Calanthe
In a certain parish it was a possible. Read a book, do a va-
custom that a "brand new" riety of things, view movies and There was initiation held Sun-
preacher would go from churchto life in general objectively day, April 7. Charles Michael
church "practice preaching. No it isn't by chance that we Wpodard was made a Dokie of
At each church he would preacha succeed or fall. Our progress, Ahmed 'Temple No. 2
sermon. A collection basket our downfall is usually the re- Royal Palm Lodge No 84, Sir
would be placed at the entranceof sult of a pattern of behavior. Abram, Grace Jr., chancellor,
the church. Whatever was Behavior is how we show that will. meet April 15.
put into this basket by the con we have learned. If you put Faith of Hope Lodge No. 32
gregation as they came or left more in, you'll get more out. meets April 16;' Lily of the Valley -
the house of worship was given Cousin. Juvenile Court meets, April, .
the beginning preacher to help 17.The
him on his way. DEATH IN THE drawing the tickets for
the,Weekend on Miami Beach at
A story is told of an incident FAMILYRonnie the world famous Roney Plaza
wherein such a neophyte ;andg Sun;Club will be held on
preacher upon visiting a church Costly was hands April 15. _
decided to get his "kitty" start. down the most popular of the I I. Did Karen Andre, commit a gul11. ts."an<1 idUqussiontfor i I its; The Grand Chancellor visit
ed. He dropped into his "salary" 400 students at Wlrt County murder, or not? Is the questionthat und, JY1nRJConfll t 1s' eterr ed April 9 and had a wonderful
basket twenty-five cents. Thento High School In little Elizabeth, must be answered by the naL confUc\ ,. twov definite time with, the Knights of Pythi
the pulpit he went. Soon W. Va. Living on his grandparents' Jury at the BTW High School types'' as famIly at the Knight Beat
morning worship was underway hard-scrabble farm 11 auditorium, April 16 and 17. the .audience that is put Club; Happy Easter.
The church was full. There was miles from town, he had to get The curtain rises at 8 p.m.; the on trial.
singing and patting of feet. At up at 5 every morning to help will be answered at
with the chores and walk a mileto question Joseph Pace plays the role
the proper places came solemn about 10 p.m. the same evening.No New YWCA
amens. Heaven seemingly smiled the school bus stop. Even so of the prosecuting attorney!,
on this fellow. He closed his he was a three-sport athlete,andan one 'knows the answer and Leslie Brown plays the deJ Dedication April 21
sermon saying, "The Lord lovesa honor student, tenth in his yet. Prospects are that the fense attorney The1.role of the,
cheerful giver." class: two colleges had offered house will be filled. defendant is played by Brenda The Board of Directors of the
him scholarships. When he ran Wilder: Others ,iln the Young Women's Christian Association
When all the singing and for student-body president, he Audiences generally leave the Clarence Culler, Patricia, Kelly] of Miami request the
shouting was over and almost won, 10 to 1, over an opponentwho theatre after' performance of Nathaniel Ray, Rose Moorman] honor of your company at the
everyone had passed out of the had to be coaxed into ,the "Night of January '16" debating John Borroughs, Reginald Bun dedication of the new North-
church into the yard, the "new" race. the correctness of the verdict.' ton,. Marcus Smith Linda Mc< west Center, 5100 NW 21st Ave.
preacher went to the collection So, when a fatal heart attack The play is built in such a way Cray, ,Barbara, Howell, Roberta Sunday, April 21. Open house
basket to see how much "bles felled Ronnie Costly at 19 In the that the evidence of the de Thompson, Stanley Squire] from 3 to 5 o'clock. Dedication
sing" he had received. school locker room, it was likea fendant's guilt or innocence is Jesse usher David Hunt, Fran service at 3:30: ,p.m.
death in the family for all evenly balanced and the deci
Within the container was only Elizabeth. "Students were cry. sion will have to be based on
the quarter which he had put ing openly In the classrooms," the jurors' own feelings toward SEE THE WORLD'S
there. Being human, he felt de principal Ray Jarvis said. "We the case, upon the ,jurors' own GREAT PROPHET
pressed. Being, a Christian he had to call an assembly so the characteristics. The two parties A True Leader
said philosophically, "Just goes school chaplain could calm opposed in the trial are as radically 35: Years of Experience
to prove you only,get out of life them" Townspeople chipped in antagonistic as will be .'
what you put into it." $500 for a funeral in the school members of the audience and IIiePhOF.rHUNTERaIf -
gym and 1,000 turned out 250 men and women ,will serve on
We must put more into life more than whole town popula- the Jury. Either decision will you are sick, worried or in
because our future depends ontoday's tion. It was a remarkable occasion bring the protest of the opposite troubled this Is the place to come
efforts. We are the sum the more so because, in side; the case will be_ a Don't stay In the rut, push back
of what we learn and experienceand the veil of bad luck that
an all-white hi'gh' school in an challenge bound to arouse ar- seemsto
a product ,of human envi all-white town, Ronnie Costlywas hold you In your track, and
ronment. It is highly Important the only Negro student.- advance forward by the help of
therefore that we put more into Newsweek. God under the leadership of "
learning. Our lives shouldbe Mary'sCleaners- Prof. Hunter who has 33 years
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SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1963 PAGE 11 NAACP VictoryThe
last 'Lord's ,Day,at 11 a.m. members of the church extend It
President and Members of the good Lord seemed to have invitation to come and begin
The Local NAACP known that there was a great with us In'our Sunrise Service ,
827 NW 3rdAve.. need for rain and he openedthe which will begin at 4:30: a.m. '
Miami, Fla. heavens and let '.the,,,coollng The message will be brought '
ro"6 waters: come don. God,$also by the Rev. Frank A. Allen of i'
Dear President ,and Members, knew that there was a need Fort Lauderdale. He Is the i i ;
The Interdenominational forman to worship him on that presiding elder of the Miami 1 I
Ministerial Alliance of Greater glorious day so lie gave the District of the AME Church. I
Miami takes, this method of people a mind go ,to ,church, Our choirs sing with spirit, I
congratulating you, the Presi- and so they came, through the the music Is good, the peopleare
dent and Members of the Na rain in large numbers to the friendly and most of all
tional Association for the Ad. Temple of their choice. Whata God will give the message.
vancement of Colored People, day it was. God's spirit was The Easter parade will beginat I
Miami branch for your stun; there to greet all who came, 5 p.m. with the tiny tots
nlng victory In the recent Supreme . The day was a Joy from the presenting speeches and songs.
Court decision. Such Sunday School until the dox- The teenagers and Junior choir
ology at night. will perform at 7:30: and 8:30:
boldness and resolve Is a wel-
The senior choirs will "
cJU1HtL come Ingredient In the brc- p.m.
gress being made toward Civil This Sunday the pastor and I present beautiful Easter music.

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1571 NW 68th Terrace
W F. 1815 NW 65th Street
Savoy, secretary Rev. Ernest Williams pastor
Ruth E. Copeland, reporter if
Deacon, Fred Williams reporter Rev J. B. Blacknell, pastor I

NEW MT. MORIAHRev. Last Sunday our pastor delivered at
Years in Retrospect" Anniversary Sunday was a high day
A. L. Shipp, pastor a most Inspiring ser St. James. Communion was
mon and the spirit was very administered both morning and
Ruby Handy, reporter
Theme at Greater Bethel A.M.E. The public Is always welcometo high throughout the service. night. The church was beautifully -
I ISlxty worship with us during our The choir rendered many decorated with palms.

even dedicated mem- vice.Rev. regular services. There will lie wonderful selections and one Services for Sunday will be I
bers of Greater: 'Bethel AME S. A. Cousin, pastor 'of Easter Sunrise Service begin of them" was "All Glory And Sunrise Service, 4:45: a.m.; Sunday
Church are heading the committees Greater Bethel, has revealed ning at 5:30: a.m. and an Easter Honor. School 0 am.;; morning wor-
and. groups planning, 'a plans': to Include Congressman program at 3 p.m. on Monday There will be Sunrise serviceat ship 11; Sunday School program -
full';week ,of activities In observance ,-' Claude Pepper, Bishop W F, night an Easter Parade Fash- the church at 5 a.m. Sunday, 4 p.m.; evening worship, i
of 671' years of progress.Opening : ,. #pall ,Sr. local, county and city ion Show sponsored by the There will be an Easter program 7 o'clock.
service is set for officials AME connectional Sunday School and the publicIs on Sunday night and
"6'''at:which time members workers' and other personagesIn Invited. Sister Rolle will be in charge. The public is Invited to all of
of the ,steward board will present the post-golden anniversaryof Please don't forget to visit the these services.
African Methodism In Miami. sick and the shut-lns.
church In
the storyof the ( JORDAN GROVE M. B.
All Miamians are called uponto
words and music. Various
Bethelites in
boards; and auxiliaries of the Join with aweek Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor
church will be' In charge of the Years. to In remember Retrospect", "Sixty-seven May 6-12- Sis. Ella K. Wright, reporter ST. LUKE BAPTIST 511 NW 4th St.

program activities throughqut The spirit was very high all Rev. P. W. Williams, pastor March 31, stewardess
the week. Youth of the church: EASTER SERVICESThe day Sunday, with our pastor Mrs. Bunesba Green, reporter board Sunday No. 2 presented the
wUl be joined by other youthof drama of Easter will un preaching both services. We White House Tea under the
,the city with ,their special fold at Greater Bethel Sunday.Rev. were very glad to have our You are invited to attend our
the of St. Paul) Easter Sunrise Service at 4:30 leadership of the president,
guests youth Cousin will, deliver a soup: many visiting friends. : Mrs. Bessie Anderson.
Coconut Grove for their pro stirring sermon and worshippers It's congratulations to Rev. a.m. Both Senior choirs will
gram:May I ''10. will participate in a beau and Sister Vane Eubanks upon render music and both usher' Mrs. Willie Mae Colson read

A, highlight of the anniver tiful ",candlelight, service their recent marriage. They boards will serve. the scripture and Mrs. Ethel
sary ,will ,be" the honors banquet < Scheduled to begin at 4 a.m.theunrise were united In holy matrimonyat I Also you are invited to attendour Prigs Introduced Miss Yvonne
", be, held ,May 13. Groups ; Service will culmi the home of our pastor Easter program at 4:30: Boston, mistress of ceremonies.
will sponsor tables and invite nate: with a gathering In the March 30. Sister Eubanks is the p.m. All participants are askedto Music was presented by'' the
their friends to share In thefeli"f.4Y.'Old lower auditorium. former Doris V. Bell of New be on time, Mrs. A. L. Collins choir and solos by Miss Ivy
Line; members Other, services will Include Mt. Calvary M. B. Church. Rev. director. Reed, Mrs. Enid Ilahmlng and
whb have achieved'outstanding the, Sunday School at the regular Eubanks Is one of Jordon Mrs. Gertrude Perkins. Miss
ly In,iChrlstians' service, and, in time. Bishop W. F. Ball will Grove's young ministers. We Patricia Graham depleted the I
dividuals of the community deliver the message for the 11 pray for them a successful mar MT. CARMEL M. BAPTIST life of the late Mrs. John

will be the target of encomiums a.m. service. Evening worship riage life and that you will for Rev. D. A. Bradley, Adams; Miss Diann Crumbley
,and ,citations for their ser will be, conducted by the pastor. ever bless them. Mrs. Christine Cohen, pastor reporter depicted the life of the late
Mrs. Franklin D. Rooseveltand
Dinners will be sold In our
The earth is the Lord and
kitchen Miss Lebbls Hammock depicted
on Saturday. Don't cook
the fulness thereof and
MT. TABOR The Church ,of God in Christ just come on by the kitchen that dwell therein. The pastor they Mrs. John F. Kennedy.
and get your dinner becauseIt Miss P. Aaron gave a reading.
Rev. P. S., Brown. minister 1809 NW 5th Avenue will be prepalred for your preached a very timely Palm I
Miss:Dessle:Crocket, reporter Elder'' ',C. Jackson, pastor convenience. Sunday message, "If these shall After the introduction of
whole there peace, immediatelythe stewardesses and remarks from
44 said His dls- Nathaniel Thomas, reporter
'. . and He to
rocks shall cry out"Service the president, refreshmentswere
clples sit ye here,while I shall. "For the wages' of sin Is served in the dining
"Mark 14:32. God Is SPIRITUAL BAPTISTOn was so soul stirring
pray . : death; but the gift of
Jesus until if Christ ever has been
Our out to our eternal life through' Sunday Rev. Ernest Hut your personal savior you
prayers go Christ: our Lord/-uoman 623: Sunday, April 11 Sunrise' services -
cheson Jr., chaplain and staff
members.iwh Here's a }hope will be held at 5.30: a.m.
member of the Dade
Mt. Tabor at the The spiritual food seem to have
represent alongto
w1l1'carry is Invitedto
Kendal The
ter public cordially
Children's Home
at been the food for the church
State Convention and to our ,
you some of the spiritual attend and worship with us.
sick and hut-ln. magic. That is old yet ever will be guest preacher at Spiritual I and God really blessed in a
filled with Missionary Baptist Church marvelous way. "Twelve Keys to God's Re
The Easter program will be new.slplrjt, iandhmay the a be lots I 10250 SW 176th St., Perrlne. He Our delegates along with the sources" will be presented at

held at. )15:30: ,p.m., Sunday, April to spare, for'a wonderful was formerly pastor of this pastor and wife left for the the church, Sunday, April 21
14'i thelCommunlty> Center...* time season without a singe church. State Convention Monday and at 730; p.m.Easter .
Ushers board No. 2 Is sponsoring I Rev. Hutcheson will be will not return until Sundayor
Tea Easter Sunday care. speaking by transcription over
a gala Monday. Pray for these dele
April 14 at \the Community Fifth Avenue Church of God WMBM next Monday at G p.m. gates. Remember prayer meet
Center. 330 :- 5:30: p.m.' The In 1 Christ ''was,''beautifully'' blessed until Friday. These series of ing Tuesday night won't you Service at
GaiaxTea will feature Youth. last Palm Sunday to have messages will continue Sunday come?
Fashions: on, :Parade... Each pa another wonderful time In the morning, 6:45: and terminate at
Easter exercises for
our EstateThe
The, service was highly Sweeting
Lord.' 7
to.bring or
rent Is asked, I visiting young people will be Sundayat
this event. A" highlighted by a
her youth out to a.m.BAHA'I
members- ) and,4friends! are cordially preacher* from Los Angeles, ASSEMBLY p.m. public Is Invited to at
invited to come out act Calif., and by our pastor. The I tend the Easter: Sunrise Ser-
help, make, this effort a succesa" spirit: of the"Lord 'was on high. Mrs. Alice Evans, teacher at ST. PAUL AME vice on the Sweeting's Estate
as well as witness a fashion Music was rendered by the Phyllis Wheatlev Elementary 2148 NW 4th St. 0 a.m. Special
Fifth! Avenue Choirleas. The School, will speak at the Banal I Rev T. C Kelley Jr., pastor chorus! under the direction of
program., I songs were enjoyed by all. Rev. Center, 137 NW 11th Ave., 8p.m. The public is cordially invited Mrs R. Snead. Rev. F. A. Allen
Raleigh Lyons also visited our Sunday, April 14. Her sub1ject to attend the Easter Sunrise will deliver the message. Special
ST. MARY'S W. M.Rev church' from Detroit. will be: "Can Human Na Service> at St. Paul AME on Easter blessings by Dr.
,On ilast Monday,'evening our ture Change?" The public Is Easter at 4:30: a.m. A beauti Sweeting. Breakfast served to
H V. Stuart, pastor I state! president of the YPW, cordially Invited to attend. ful early morning worship all Attending.
1 Mj4r would like to take for the further information.
Our pastor beautiful message life; Come and worship 'with ug
this method In thanking all vounff people spiritual hour. at Sunrise, and return 'for the Hear Bishop Louttit
who took'part In our Palm Sunday Worship together this regular 11 a.m. service. The
procession.: You need'not-wollc': alone. ANTIOCH BAPTIST children will present their Eat

There, will be Easter Sunrise 1899 NW 64th Street ter program at, the usuaU,evens On Station 'WIOD
Service?at, A a.m. ,Breakfast will. GRACE PRESBYTERIAN Rev. O. W. Foster, pastor Ing service at 0:45.: Breakfast
be served after service. Donation and( dinner will be served ion On Easter Day at 7:30: a.m.
Mrs.,Lea Gray, reporter There will be Easter Sunrise .
SO cents.: Easter Sunday. We'll see you over Radio Station WIOD Epis
The Sunday School and Junior There will be an enjoyable Service on Easter morning at then and have a glorious time! copal Bishop Henry I. Louttit
Church will have their Ei -. Easter Dawn Service at Graceat 4 o'clock. will continue his series of sermons
ter play at 3 p.m. The public M 5 a.m this Sunday morning. Sunday services will be ren on The Parish of the Air.
Invited Baptism? will be observed at dered by our associate minis. FIRST BAPTISTRev For copies of this sermon and
ters. The No. 1 choir-will sing
will be service. The'Sunday
Communion the 11' a.m. others write to The Parish of
serve at Sunrise Service, 11 School ,will ''present its annual Sunday morning and the Male W. M. Davis, pastor the Air, Episcopal Radio-TV
at 7:30: p.m. Chorus will sing night Betty Wiley, reporter
a.m. and at 7 p.m.Ministerial Easter program will Foundation Box Atlanta
On' Wednesday at 8:15: p.m.. The No. 2 ushers be In "Jesus, Wants Something to 5. Ga. Also 11711i Is a new
.WI!.will, be worshiping. at,Grace charge all day. Ride" was the title Rev. Davis RCA record of music by the
AllianceThe with >Berea Seventh Day Adventist The Sunday School will present used to deliver his message on Washington Cathedral Choir
Church.. We Invite members Its Easter program at 3:00: Sunday. Tho sermon was cen and Boys entitled "Allclulla.

Interdenominational 1 and f l nd$ ,to..JuPP9.J1" this midweek p.m.The, pastor Is asking all tered around St. Mark 1123.: Cost; Stereo $IZ8; IIIFI $3,48
endeavor Hla: message wan very uplifting
Ministerial Alliance of Greater \ members that will to post
On April: 21. we will observeMen's accompany and so were the songs the
Miami will meet Tuesday, .Re-Dedication( Day! during him on Wednesday, April No. 1 choir sang. ....- -
10,;at 11 o'clock ,aan. at the Mt. We 17 to Perrine. for Rev.' Mur paid.HAPPY
Zion Baptist Church Rev.. E. T. ', the mornlng'service.: All choirs and Dinners will be sold at the
Crahaau"presidentBringing; the hope' that 'all our men"wlUIPt lie ushers program.asked to serve. church Saturday, April 13 on

measagee'.will be, Rev. I C. MickIns reded1cate' :mon themselves ng service. toCptJst" The are women of our church behalf of Women's Day, April
;or Mt. OUvette Baptist; to: ? the."cburclJAf'ter are'' 'still 'striving toward their 28.
Church. 'We Invite our ,,brother* anSI! +11X,1e:: a ,Fel- Woman's Day observance, Everyone Is invited to attend EASTER
of tbe doth to be, present. The f 1Io'ea ce..therQ: everyone.App7 which.Istobe' held May 19. Easter Sunrise Services Sun
every first and{ WShIP'"Iun'be9lfor sick. 14. ..... _
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", \ t. PAGE 12 SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1963 DEA THS HARDY EVANS of 2320 W.
\ I' In loving memory of our 5th Ave., Hialeah, died April
dear mother,' sister, niece, r _.wi T 7. Services Sunday in Waynes-

r boro, Miss. He is survived by
\ D ... MEMORIALS RANGE . two brothers, Charlie and
a 1 a, MRS. ORIENT HOWE, a pioneer Lemon; two sisters, Bernice
citizen who lived at 15741 McDonald and Ollie Mae Evans.

I NW 18th Ave., died April 6 en-

I :' III MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKSWe route is survived to Cloverleaf by three Hospital.She ,daugh. NW PROPHET 5th Ct. died ISRAEL April, of 2. 2142 Services

\ the family of the late ters Mesdames Gladys Evans, held Tuesday In the
l In sad but loving memory of LORINE McKINNEY SMITH Orient, Bowe and Maria Jenkins, chapel. He, Is survived by three
brothers:: ArrtbMs, Robert and
thanksto and four
wishes to express our four grandchildren
the many friends and neigh great grandchildren. Services Albert; two sisters, Mattie. LewIs -
bors that sent cards, telegrams 7. v Monday 2 p.m. at St. Agnes and Adder Latson.'

1 \ flowers, cars and rendered service Episcopal Church, Father Cul--
SAM McGRET of 4350' NW
and all other kindness during : iJy: mer officiating She will be in .
in the chapel from Sun 11th Ct., died April 10. Arrangements
the time of our bereave- repose are incomplete. He is
ment. Special thanks to Rev. A. day 2 p.m. survived by his wife, Beartha;

D. Hall and members of Ebene- two children. ,,' '.'.'.'
I zer Methodist Church, Rev. F. MRS. BERTHA CARTER of '

Savoy and Rev. Butler. Thanks 1830 NW 50th St., died April 7. ". ,
also to the Francis Funeral She came here 13 years ago I I.rI . '. '\\c,.".

Home.Elbert r rR 5'' PF ti and is survived by her daughter Funeral services for "Mrs.
s wy Smith, husband Mrs. Alice Canty, and. son. Gertrude Williams, 6079 SW
i Mrs. Hannah McKinney, in-law, .a grand son, Stanley 63rd Terr South Miami, who
mother Thornton. Services Saturday at died April 3, will, be held Saturday .
Mrs. Hannah Williams sister $ ._-------.---,- 2 p.m. in the chapel with Elder at 2 p.m. from the chapel.A .

Mrs. Earlie M. Butler, sister' EVONE HORNE Byers officiating son, Ezekiel, a niece, Mrs.

Albert McKinney, brother who departed this life April Mattie Cooper survive.

Albert, Theodore and 13, 1952. MRS. EDDIE LEE BALDWINof HOSCOE CHAVIS, 2250 W.
Paulette, children Asleep in Jesus blessed sleep. 15321 Railroad Drive, Opa- Hialeah
6th St. died
Mrs. Lee Over Reedy, aunt From which none ever wake to locka, died in Jackson Hospital. Tuesday
April 8. He had been residentof
She is survived her husband
weep. by -
9 ,. 1 x.', P yy May she rest in peace and George, two sons, Marvin His this survivors area for include quite some four time.

__-H___.________ IN MEMORIAMIn light perpetual shine upon her. Henry and Gregory, two Roscoe: Jr., Charles, Larwin,sons and
sad but loving memory of Ellen Gaiter, sister daughters Margaret Strachanand Jessie Lee; a daughter, Lucile
EDITH S. Florence Evans, aunt Joyce, her mother, Mrs. .
our dear father and brother, Chavis, all of Hialeah. Arrangements
departed this life April Two brothers, two sisters, Robinson, two, sisters, Jeanie are incomplete.
8, 1001. A, son, daughter and family and Ollie; nine grandchildren I
and four brothers. Services
Gone, but not forgotten.
Rebecca Brown, mother will be Tuesday at 2 p.m. at Sunday morning and night,
P r IN MEMORIAMIn Greater' Bethel Baptist Church,
Arthur Brown, father Rev. McGriff rendered two
Donella and Audrey, Rev. W. K. Smith officiating. very inspiring messages. They
She will be in
daughters memory of our dear 2 repose Mondayat were enjoyed by everyone pres-
mother, p.m.Francis
I 6 ,a q Is ent.Sunday April 21, the No. 2
roa choir will celebrate their an

CARD OF THANKSThe .. niversary. They are asking the
cooperation of the church.

family of the late, MRS. JULIA PINDER of We wish to 'extend our very
MILLER LAMB 1316A NW 2nd Ave., died April hardy and happy Easter greetings .
wish to express sincere thanks 3. Services were held Tuesdayat to the public. You are invited .
and appreciation to their many tt, St. A'gnes'' Episcopal Church. to attend our services on
friends and neighbors for their v.Mt ( e Survivors include a son, Ber- Sunday.St. .

cards, telegrams, flowers, auto- { tram Stanley Moxie of Nassau,
other acts of kindness rendered w Bahamas; three brothers!. Kirk Peter's A. O. Church

mobiles, foOdh donations, and Reckley of Miami; Edward 1811 NW 4th Court
of bereave 4g aw
during ours Reckley and James Reckley of
j- The services
ment. v'c Nassau. for Easter Sunday
were announced as follows:
We especially thank Rev. P. 5:00: a.m., High Mass and Ser
S. Brown, pastor of Mt. Tabor JOHNNY ANTHONY ELEBYof mon; 9 a.m., Sung Mass and
Baptist Church Rev. M. L. Griffin 115 NW 17th St. died April sermon; 7 p.m., Festal Vespers
of Shilo Baptist Church 5. Services were held on Wed '
and the Range Funeral Home. JESSE SAULSBYwho nesday at the chapel with Rev.C. Rev. Donald Anthony, O.S.B.
May God bless each and' died April 8, 1961. R. Townsel officiating. Sur. priest in charge, will be the
everyone of you. There's an open gate, at the vivors include his parents, Mr. celebrant and speaker.
The Lamb Family end of the road and Mrs. Johnny Eleby. The Very Rev. Nicholas Der

Through which each must go rick, ,O.S.B.1 associate. The public
alone, and there is Is cordially invited to attend

IN MEMORIAM.' A light we cannot see Richardson . these services.
Our father claims his own,
In loving memory of our Beyond the gate our loved one MRS.. MARY ARMBRISTERwho MRS. DAISY DAVIS of 1622 THE ,INCARNATION
dear wife, mother and grand finds, departed this life April 8, NW 6th Ave., died April- 9. Sheis
mother, Happiness and rest, 1902. survived by her husband, 1835 NW 54th St.

,..,..,.. y..... .._ '<.,.. .., And there Is comfort in the Will your eyes behold throughthe Frank and a sister-in-law, Mrs. EASTER SERVICES:
'. '.1Ir thoughtA Peggy Edwards. Services will Mass 5:00: aim; 11:00: a.m.
morning light
:, loving God knows best. The city of gold and the hare be held Saturday at 2.p.m. from Sunday School 9:30: a.m.
: ; Miss Michelle Saulsby, I bour bright Greater Bethel AME Church Solemn Evensong and Benediction
; daughterAnd Will with Rev. S. A. Cousin, officiat of the Blessed Sacra.
you anchor safe by the
'!?l*; ing. ment.
Family i heavenly shore,
: ., : When life's
storms for
are past MRS
!! ) The Sunday
A1' f. Yk r 'yo ; >i IN MEMORIAMIn evermore.The Family. DYE of 853 NW 12th St., Florida -! Egg Hunt will be held on Mon
' M City' died April 10. She Is day afternoon at 5 o'clock.
t'f': : fi loving memory of our survived by her husband, The Rev. Theodore Jones, priest
dear husband
.. father and
r :., .J .d IN Vervye, five Mesdames deacon
I grandfather, MEMORIAM daughters Rev. H. E. S. Reeves,
I 1Jv1; In Louisa Watson, vernall
io' loving memory of our Mikel, Martha Johnson, Mary ST. JOHN Aw M. 'If:.
husband father
>t and
; t st.ep. Lee Cunningham, Alice Motley
t ,<..t:.. l and al son, Sylvester. Services Rev. J. R. Campbell pastor
rb fttJ e will be Monday at 2 South Miami, Fla.
t' ... .'. '.;, R $ Elder J. S. Davis' Lurch in The members of St. John
,4: *" ,
their annual Eas
'>, *{'!\" It9 iyi Florida City. will observe
t ;#t\] ter Sunrise Service at 4:30: a.m.
f t"F, b JOHN 'HENRY SMITH, 2101 with the pastor Rev. J. E.
C NW 3rd Ave. died April 4. He Murray and congregation' of
U d g M e is survived by many sorrowing Mt Nebo Baptist Church and
friends. Services held Thursday the following afternoon, the
at 9 a.m. Easter program, so plan now to
RememWer the sick and the

ROSA NICHOLSONwho shut-In: in your prayers.
departed this life April t. CARD OF THANKS

10, 1957. The' family of the late Idle Hour Club
Sleep on take your rest, MRS. REBECCA K. GILES
We love you but Jesus loves. wish to express their sincere I The Idle Hour Art Club met
you best. thanks and appreciation to at the home of Mrs. Georgia
..' Gone, but not forgotten. their many friends and Rollins and Mrs. Ann Allen
J. M. Nicholson, husband bors for cards, letters t'neigh. 1791 NW 47th Terr. for its Aprilmeeting.
t,, Ida Peterson daughter grams, flowers and all other All officers were
George and Frank Pryor, acts of kindness shown during elected for the ensuing year. It
is with gratitude' that we an-
I. sons the time'of our bereavement.
Lemoine and Robert ..--....... t'aYp >r Special Rev. S. A. nounce our Talent Drive as a
Peterson, grandchildren HARVEY HUGHESwho Cousin thanksthe Richardson great success. The amount raise
..... Funeral Home ed was $785 with Mrs. Outlaw
of Ft.
I'f.. departed this life April 2, NEMIAH W. INGRAM Funeral Pierce. .winning first prize Mrs. Geor-
: 1962. who departed this life April 9 Home of FU Pledce. second and
Rollins, prize'
CARD OF THANKSThe One year has passed since you 1961. Mrs. Thelma Johnson third

left us Shall claim of death .cause us prize., After the business session
family of the late Life will never be the same to grieve CARD OF THANKS
: was completed we were
Each flower
and leaf '
wish to express their sincere wither may And make our courage faint or The family of the late served a delicious repast.
fall? VIVIAN JOYCE SMITH Mrs.; Fannie Williams thanked -
thanks and appreciation to the Each evening sun may set Nay let us faith and hope re who departed this life March 1, the club for the lovely flow-
friends of Miami and But the
Tampa hearts that loved
you ceive; 1963 wish to while
express sincere ers sent to her mother
Key West for the telegrams dearly The,, rose still thanks and
grows the
specialthanks appreciation to th/s ill Mrs. Outlaw_ thanked
and flowers. A AreMhe
cards ones will never forget beyond the wall. many friends for cards, flowers club for the beautiful pot plant
to Rev. Glenwood Cronin Mrs. Almarlne Hughes, Marie Cox Ingram, wife and kindnesses shown during sent her.
and the Allen Funeral Home. wife Eric and Reo, sons I the hours of bereavement. May; Mrs. Ferguson thanked the
May God Mess you Gloria Sim, daughter Rose Marie Mobley. God bless you alL hostess and the meeting ad-
The Davis Family Emily James, daughterAnd step daughter Mr. and Mrs. George Smith journed.Mrs.. '
Key West, Fla. grandchildren Thyrome and Sheila And Family R Peppen, reporter

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SATURDAY APRIL 13, 1963 PAGE 131Classified \

; { AnniversaryMr.

FOR SALE J and Mrs. Rogers Brown '

r FHA 2,400' total price. *tOO Jr.. of 130G N\V 02nd St, will ,
down No closing! costs 3 bed : celebrate their 10th wedding anniversary ,
-- ....- - rooms, 2 baths, li la. room. Large y on Easter Sunday
'uti 74tli try 8t room Phone and PL polio 46133.'720 NW \ April 14.. Mrs. Brown i Is : he r

FOR REnt former Irene Burns who is a

FURNISHED or unfurnishedapt. BeaWifill i duple I *, ::1 botd The writer couple potential are the public parents speaker.of I

.- in Opa-locka area. 1-bedroom I and tile ,.bath MineM lti id d. r lti st , five children. Yeolonda. Derrejl, ,,
unfurnished. $15 week, 2- ori6od'? eats of 1d. Rogerene, Dwayne and Far- \
bedroom unfurnished. $18, !- $16,000_with. down Dayiriefit rtdv stine.
bedroom furnished $21 2-bedrooms I :$600. FHA terms or rnrive i- One of the strongest pointsIn western baseball and basketball I
furnished $25. Call Mlc- tlonal. To see call 634-6333 owner Dade County's winning one whiz, is spring vacationingfrom
klns Rental Agency. NE 4-0500.
Indf of the all-American Cities New York U. where he local l apronticeshlp programs

2 DUPLEXES. Top Income awards was the excellent way broke the freshman scoring conducted bv unions and sponsored
1-BEDROOM furnished apt. All Property. Priced of having desegregated 30 ot record In basketball last season by Uncle Sam. If men
utilities, downtown area. $18 efficiency and 12th Ave. 100%rentleld year its schools without incidents like Richard Powell of the carCenters. -
$13. Call Mlcklns Rental round. To see call owner The Martin Luther Kings ._.._ James Copeland J of the
Agency. NE 4-0500. Indf -6333. have another girl, their fourth electricians, and Shadrach Gil-
child . Congratulations to :Miami Negroes are missingthe bert of the plumbers would call
FURNISHED NO F'YING Ruth Greenfield of the Fine I boat if they don't apply for Judas Stanley Mllledge at
APT. with
yard, Home and Arts Conservatory for being and take the course at Lindsey ;373.2137 and arrange to attend
reasonable. Call,, OX 12426. 2 income, 2 lovely CBS homes on nominated for the most outstanding Hopkins for key punch opera. the next commit meeting
lots. The large house is on tors. It teaches the basic
female citizen award. processes something can be done to get
FURNISHED or unfurnished 1 the corner lot. It has 3 bedrooms It couldn't happen to a nicer of operating the 020 IBM: our young men In these trainIng -
bedroom apt. Modern. Adults or large Florida room, furI person. It was the creating, ac Key Punch Machine. If you are programs
wlll take a baby. Phone MU nlture and appliances. The quiring and maintaining of her going to meet the present and
1-0325.() smaller house Is also fully fur- Interracial cultural school that future demands of Job opportunities
nlshed. Rent one house and live won her the nomination. in the field of automation
ROOM !In private home for two free in hthtAve Life Realty, I _._.__. this you gotta know. Get Looking at the picture on
people, $7,60 each. In the heartof 4932 NW ., PL tM37l with It . Al Lockhart, the page 3 of the Golden Ago Club '
Liberty City OX 1.1600, 1545 I Open Sunday. Jo Ann Smith and Ruby Scott Pet :Milk PR man has Just re taken IS years ago vividly I I
NW 68th St. both Juniors at Talladega, are turned from a trip to the little points out how the grim reaper
MODERN 4edroom, 2 bath two of 31 students making the Caribbean island of Antigua has taken his toll , Elaine
CBS. Lovely Florida room, large Dean's List . Dorothy Don- Al says the American Negro Smith Itennett, who lived here ,
$19 PER WEEK three bedroom kitchen, tile roof, carport, big negan, the piano whiz with businessman has a great oppor several years: "aco is i active In I
house, free gas and water. 604 fence yard, appliances. $5K hubby J. C. Heard, has been tunity there. the Cambridge, ltd. Nonviolent
NW.24th Avek down, $86 month and seller I drawing the crowds to Harry's Action Committee according to I
- -- pays all 1 dosing Casts Life American Bar in the Eden Roc 'a local committee news releases: from that part
FURNISHED one bedroom apt. Realty, 4932 >NW7th Ave, PL Hotel . I didn't catoh his act, that's trying to do something . Congrats: to my mom and
755 NW 69th SU AdUlts Only, I 9-4371. but I sure wanted to see Just about the discrimination dad who will have been married I
what Stepln Fetchit had to offer against Negro youths In the 53 years come Sunday
EFFICIENCY Furnished, air NO QUALIFYING. Freshly In his recent Miami Beach
conditioner and spacious, adult painted 3-bedroom house, appll. club engagement. Fetchit wasa r
only. Quiet neighborhood. Call ances. $300 down and t $86 great actor In his day .
PL 89565. 1210 NW 77th Terr month. Life neultlY' 4932 NW Stan McKenzie, the ex-North- HELP WANTED
7th .Ave. PL Open Sunday -
ROOM. :Man only. Phone OX I
OPEN SUNDAY fron :2! to 6.1 Experienced gardener, yards
A NICE FRONT ROOM !in fence 3-bedroom CBS, carport,,! wanted at reasonable prices. $45.00 WEEK GUARANTEEDBoys
quiet Christian home. 1 or 2 yard central J heat, awnIngs .I Call OX 1-7068 or GOG-3248.

quiet men, lady or couple, 4Tth $79 ,month.appllahc c Our s; $330 salesman down and bn and girls, neat appearance, any high school in
St area. Call 634-9654.
premises. Life Realty. 4932 NW FOR sAtti OR I/HARK Dade County1. Need 10 from each school. Report
CORNER HOUSE., Two bedrooms 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. CB9 2V4 story professional
extra I building.! Suitable for drug store, Saturday morning 10 a.m. to 815 NW 48th Street.
sun porch, large
NO doctor's office, attorney, funeral
utility room. Hot and cold
both parlor. Ample parking, etc.
water. Frididaire and stove. $500 and move in.
Broker 2260 NW 62nd
apartments have 2-bedrooms and
1401 NW 68th Terr. OX 6-2392-
are fully furnished. Lot !Is extra St. 688-4825. Open Saturdayand

2 APT FLAT 1 furnished, unfurnished large and runs right Into Manor ,Sunday. M4
le persons ''or Park. Life Realty 4932 NW 7th r JOEY CLEMENTS
coupe Ave. PL 9.4371.Open Sunday.
childless Call
LOVELY :3-bedroom CBS THe 1 and 2 bedrooms, city water Private Investigator
COCONUT GROVE: !: for rent roof, carport, appliances nicest new lighting! for grounds. Under .
street in Manor Park. $400 down new meet with new
with option to buy 2 bedroom Price
home, oak floors tile roof. 3341 $82 month and owner pays all policies right for best Day: OX 1-4007 Night OX 1.4924
Florida AVON. Call HI !S-11J9. closing costs. Life Realty, 4932 people. expecting somethingnice.
NW 7th Ave. PL 94371. Open
Sunday. See model apartment. Exclusive Member of American Detective Autn |
area for adults. Come see them.
rent with option to buy 3 bed. PRICED On bus line No. 15, Brownsville
LO- HOMES Yes! We Civil Criminal Industrial Insurance
room home, carports built In -
2681 NW 60th St. Phone
wish you a happy Easter. Please area,
13701 Jackson
oven and
St. Call HI 8.119. call us after Monday. A. Ben- NE 41811. 114.ww.
Korl, Realtor. 714 NW C2nd St.

DUPLEX, Allapattah, near .PL 4-3431. .__. ..dw ... ...
everything. $500 down, $85 per
month. Phone1 NE 5-8701. La.utiful duplex fur For Rent
nlshed 2-bedroom and tile bath FOR RENT
eadh side with poslble additional
ROOM in private home, homelike
Furnished or unfurnlshcr opt.
1 bedroom apt or large
atmosphere. Man preferred.
office Rental Income $240 to '
1820 NW 55th St. NE 3-2740. Opa-locka, down town, Liberty
$300 per month. Ideal for doctor
-1-BEDROOM _HOUSE. $15 per dentist of, or a combination Thisis City, Drown Sub. Or call: Furnished DuplexMANOR

week. Call MU 17001., Opa- not an ordinary bulJdln MICKINS RENTAL
locka area. 1721 NW 48th St. Please don't PARK
disturb1 tenants. Call owner AGENCY'
FURNISHED 2-bedroom house, first Rivero NE 5-0001.
Jiving room, dining' room, Fla. NE 4-0500 Phone 691.7331 or 6217653FOR
room, kitchen with frigldalreand FOR RENT OR SALE .
Ilev. I. C. Mlckinn,
stove plus carporte, 6500 Mgr.rrra
FIVE ROOM HOUSE in Liberty *
.NW 8th dye. City. Call PL 4-6408. .__.____.___. ...


Cut and edge $5 up. Hedges
extra. Call Johnson 691-4068.



Have It repaired on credit If
you live In Liberty City or FOR SALEWith

Orown vlJ e. Pay weekly. Free ,
-"tlmate. Joe's Market

without furniture
DIAL 096-3581 or

2036 N.W. 62nd gT.r .

r Exceptional bur for right party AND DON'T FORGET -


I will buy your lot. I will WISEPotato

finance your mort..... Do
'Daily 1 to 6 p.m.
not home If
giro your up
you have' paid enough equity
in it. We will finance it. Call 1733 NW 154th Street ChipsIN

NE 3.3198 or 691-6851. Call

or see J. H. Barkley. locket WI., 7-1932
3095 NW 52nd St.

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IBoard 'MemberSpeaks::

Mr. Jack Gordon, a member dltlons and for obtaining a status fering grants (scholarships)' to
of the Dade County Board of of equality 1 la ours ,Only after service teacher for summer!
Recognition study.. Citizens,can to Us'!alt ti'
Day Public Instruction, d l1vered' 'n make unified ef
inspiring speech to an audienceof Negroes tlon t6, their 16t a1' ptObl6hls>b y
At Children's citizens and teachers''in': '' the the to help themselves, t d aid attending regulariy''s hijol'bird
demand that others
Booker T. Washington Auditor-
HomeOn ,
ium March 25. their cause* At the conclusion: : of then
Sunday, April 14 at 4 As a result of the self-study I "The extent to which you have' thought provoking directives! a
p.m. Recognition Day will be i practicum now in progress at trained people and use legal I question and answer period was
;Y L observed at the Dade CountyChildren's ''
the school, members of hieans'wili'determine the opportunities held.The
+ N. Home In Kendall.: Communnty School Relations that will lie made ,aval- School Community 'Relations -
The, principal speech will be Committee Invited this ,forth- able to you," Mr. Gordon''$aid; Committee was' encouraged
delivered. ay: Juvenile Judge B. right, ,outspoken representativeto about the area 'of'empldyment."Employment ., ''with the responsive acceptance
: J. Sheppard. He will be presented Inform our citizenry on problems Of this Initial project., The
by Supt. Robert L. Faro. !'goes to,the'best
t which affect us as a race. committee will sponsor a seriesof
Several of ,the children will Mr. Gordon expressed con- trained Individuals," He remlivdcd activities to improve under.
\ be,. participating on this pro- cern of the Injustices Imposed the group that adults of our standing of the program of edu
gram which will be centered Negroes, but reminded his community, have unlquel, oppor cation at Booker T. Washing
Alfonso tunities, in operation at
around Easter. Supervisor now ton. Laurasteen Thompson,
listeners that the major responsibility "
xl Williams will conduct Booker T.' Washington. reporter
Recognitions. You are Invited. for Improvement of con I
i The speaker told how ,the I
citizens could play a major part
.ii. IU"T Got a Spare Room you want to Rent? in Improving our schools." Asa Spend $2 for freedom
Try A Miami Times Classified Ad project[ organiatlons:growth,by'of., Join NAACP!


Emory West, a 7th grade student
from Dorsey Junior High

School received a special merit

award from the 1963 South '
Florida Science Fair in recognition : :
of science of achievement presented in to pursuit him ,

for an outstanding exhibit in
the chemistry and nuclear
physics division. f

Emory is the son of Mrs. ::
Florence Williams 2109 NW S
G8th Lane. I r i

Bethel He is AME a member Church of Greater Sunday '1 HOLIDAY i ;I ;1N\:

School and Troop 75 Boy Scoutsof
America., -
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Happy Easter from Sunlight. .
Mrs. Ruby Dixon, class president ,,:; nI
; was accompanied by Mrs. t
Ella Moncur instructor and I Open an account
members of Sunlight Sch ol'of
B. C. Sunday' to New Bethel r3 for .$100' and J

Baptist Church of Belle Glade, ']d'" tli io8h6 'fl't!'E!ne,
pastored by the Rev. O. D. Wil
liams. II 'tJ1h/ U,beautiful gift*l }1Mer

Upon hearing of the school '-fnEE:

plan to visit many ,beauticiansof .
Belle Glade attended the ser ("" ..
vices.. conv
r i x VA6LIU7 5t Ass
They were entertained witha ,t." COITHK BltBWBR
covered dish dinner given ,
by Unit No. 26 of the Modern 4-t cup c..clty'TIt.
Beautician Association, Mrs. .?//>."/
Dorothy Singleton, president.: 't/ciiity1"( Uel
She is a graduate of Sunlight.A " '"H'lflnt/
Pick up your entry card at Franklin Federal + ,,,
letter of appreciationhas
been sent but we _would ,, Savings and Loan Association of Miami, f 7 1
_ _
like to take this opportunity to
corner of lOth Street and 3rd Avenue r
say thanks again to the Modern svyNi'w"' "

Beauticians Association. Nothing io buy donut' even havd tc HLAttTIOPICNI6

Miami that evening' +:
Back in open an account to participate. Slmply'flll
Mrs. Moncur and three studentsof cooLirtPirtiCt
Sunlight participated in a out the entry card and return It to Franklin ,J fortthttiff
hair styling show at the King k ,
0' Hearts given by Unit No. 7 Federal, and that's Itl! l'' earb.caoa ,' "

There Edmond Williams v'. and eullflgtIQNAU '
made his debut as a hair stylist a r ))1'
by creating coiffuers for Miss .' LAM'AND, PLASNIa
Carolyn Cook and Miss Mae i -..r..wri.mrr !..- ._ \\1 jBt>mp4ttttnj ttinwt 4 fitwtffihfittttng // ':';
Francis Hoffman, students of 'j *dun',///gfitOOTHAM '.j "
Sunlight.On :/ '
student club of 1'.'
May 5 the
Sunlight will present a May You'll travel In Pan American's Jet luxury liner t ( 'J:

Day dance fashion and hair and spend four glorious I: .
days and nights In t
styling show at the Hampton 'I 1, .
House, 4700 NW 27th Ave. It Is Nassau at. the British Colonial ''Hotel. Franklin {p.
designed to show the many I 5 80..0.
talents of the students and pro- Federal'will pay your expenses Including meals, + BVKftAtfi '*.? .
II ( ;
fessed to We entertaining
The show will very commence at 6p.m. : hotel, and transportation and In addition will A "'.gnNka"radc'ruonroycwAaMa, u1'

and will last until 10 p.m give you $BO ipending"money. ') >I" ,

See you at the Hampton : r '
House May 5. So, visit Franklin Federal at.your'earliest' i

It was very sad news from possible, moment. Fill out the entry card and ,
Tampa announcing the deathof
Mrs. Blllie Roberson of Sun- you may be the winner of a magnificent'. ih
light Beauty School. in that Nassau '
holiday ate
city, a graduate Miami Sunlight 1
Friday morning the. Miami ,,9 r ,.r I
school will hold a memorial S ..
service. Mr. and Mrs. Jul Hours: 9 A.M. to 3 P.M. Daily 'Current
ius and daughter attended the I %
Saturday 9 A.M.
funeral Sunday. ?, to.Noon ',
Friday Evenings. 5 untilf8"' '. "' Roter't ., .'
.s,*. torts. a Year:,I ;

RANKLIN'4.? compobrt'dedtftoesayear..
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Phone 634-9169


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Bethune AnnouncesCommencement Northwestern PTA Northwestern Presents "The Mikado"j' 11 j

I Northwestern's PTA will The Miami NorthwesternSenior bert and Sullivan Wednesdayand
hold its regular meeting Mon High School Chorus will Thursday evenings, April t
CalendarDAYTONA day night, April 15 at 8 p.m. present, "The Mikado" by Gil- 24 and 25 at 8 o'clock In the '
Business of vital school auditorium. l
- -- -- -- importance
BEACH will be discussed and .
Ed. Saturday" May 25, 10 a.m., Student plans' Appearing in the operetta are t
ward R. Rodriguez, director of Achievement Hour in the will be made for next year's ac- Troop Committee the
following principles: Thomas
Student Personnel tivity.All.
announced chapel and Alumni Executive
the 1963 Calendar, of Events for Committee meeting, Conference parents and friends are. Sponsors TeaThe James Byron Colson, Kenneth, ,Reginald Johnson Walk,
Commencements cordially invited to be
: Room; and 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on time and enter present er, Alice Day, Sandra Fox, Rose
Friday May 17 at 8 p.hi.I I Alumni: Registration, White I in the discussion. actively Troop Committee t._ Shorter, Nancy Corker, Janice
Junior-Sehlor Prom iri MGbrB{ Hall, ,MOOt Gym and at 1 p.m. Girl Scout Troop 409 sponsorsa r Kelly, Diane Reed Camllle Seymour
Gym.; Annual'General! Alumni meeting Fashion Tea, Easter Sunday, and Jacqueline Armbrls-
iri':Moore tiyni G\diid 6 FRANK C. MARTIN 4 p.m. at the YMCA building, ten Don't miss this stellar per
Saturday, May 18 from 9 am. at 5 p.m. Class feThioti Pictures, 5770 NW 15th Ave Its purposeIs formance; a treat is in store for
to 4 p.m. Beach Outing, College -classes 1883, 1893 1903, 1913, The Brass Miami of the to help the 40-member troopto all. Arthur Evans is the director
Family on the Bethune-Volusia 1923, 1933, 1943/ and .1953- pic University of rendered a finance a week of camp and of the chorus.
Beach. tures will be taken on the Li. concert for the children at stay at Camp Winding Creekin
Monday, May 20, 11 a.m. Sen brary Steps; at 7 p.m. Alumni Frank C. Martin Elementary OH Sebring, July 21 through 20.
ior Chapel. Class Reunion Banquet In Tuesday March 20 in the school Models be ... ,
Tuesday, May 21, 1 p.m. Tree Faith Hall. cafeteria. Girl Scout will Troops' of members Miami and of .,lis. '....."' ..... .........IiI"" ... 1
Planting Exercise on the cam- Sunday May,26. 9 a.m. Senior They demonstrated with water manv friends nrtth young and
hoses and conch shells and 19 5A'f IITY $
pus.Wednesday Breakfast in:Faith Hall 'and at tone-'product-Io-- duitthe' Troop and committee ,
.Consecration- -- .,Service May 22 in, ,the 7 p.m.col. Mary 1230: ,p.m.McLeod Tour Bethune of the Founds.City, I actual compared these with instruments.the sounds of the of I ion categories, who will Including cover all lash the j ."" ._",,_..I in Florida

lege chapel. lion; lay of wreath -Graveside Comparisons latest In wicra from the_ SirJohn ,
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were made between
Thursday, May 23, 9 a.m to 4 (Alumni) and at 3 p.m. music of the early 16th I Hotel Wig Shop
p.m., Beach' OUting; Senior Class Baccalaureate Service, Moore and that of the 20th century.century A Featured on the show will in uniform will be featured
on the Bethune-Volusia Beach Gym. question and answer period was be the Seven Sisters, daughtersof I during show also.

Friday, May 24, 8 pm. At Monday, May 27 from 8 to 9 interspersed into the program Mr. and Mrs. Cornell Golden : The committee is asking youand
vhioh of Miami and 4 and 0 old
Home with the President and a.m. Alumni Golfers Fellowship was thoroughly enjoyed year your friends to please It.tend .
Family and 8 p.m to 9 p.m. hour at Ranslow Hall and at 3M "Body Beautiful" Gary and this fashion tea and help
r. Walter A. White principal Mark Wilson, sons of Mr. and
Alumni Registration in White 10 a.m. Commencement Exer to make it a success. Donation.Mrs. .
Hall, cise In Moore ; Mrs. Barbara J. Miller! reporter Mrs Eddie Wilson of Miami.
Gym. The Girl Scout program change Ruth Bethel, chairman
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Orchard Villa ;'Elementary. .Baby Contest Raises 2000.00.

The PTA of Orchard ':VUl"re- "baby-\Vltht"pnrants teachers 'Mrs., Rosa H. Davis' first grade 'grade class. Third prize was I Everyone is bubbling with
Gently enjoyed) .the', 'fiWeetTlUccesiof > ''wrvUig"'1 011sors. .1 class. Second prize winners won by Mrs. Inez Wilcox and pride over the grand successof

an all'Sfchbbl'babyXCOntest" : 'Fttst- J'1ze recipients '"were, were Mrs. Annie Thomas and daughter, Miriam Wilcox rep. Mrs.the contest.Clora Pcarsall is principal I
-in which'over:"$Z000"WIreraised ( : Mrs. :1W1I11ta.: :''Drumon-und:; : I II Derrick Brookins, representing resenting Mr. Cullen Felder's and Mrs. Inez A. Wilcox la

Each class 'gpoiicttreoV I Gregory Brunson, 'representing I Mrs. Helga Everett's fourth fourth grade class. president of the PTA.


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'. ". CLOCK" EP A IRS THB PKIBNOLV:STORE.WITH THE WARM WELCOME" Rectal Diseases, Varicose Veins, Fro ,

,j';.,!fAll'4o. 'Years work;guaranteed In 'Dtlslh sll :1201 t'N*W.3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376 !'tate-No Upon Correction lost time of! .Rupture.DR. Discard. Trow

;', f 303 N.W, 2nd Ate. Dolls."from'$3.08 to. $114)8 Old Spice Cologne LONG'S CLINIC _
,. Bleach and Glow Cream 73* For Men $1.23 1533 aW. 1st 'Str FR :3-2748. A general health service
FR 3-0152 Old 07 Bergnniont Hair Wrisley French Lilac
Dressing l 50* and $100 Bath OilCongestald $1.50
Ea. !.! !! i. II Ill! 11'lli Straightening, Room
fihe Combs 70* to $UM Vaporizer reg. $2, only $1.80 Without Obligation
h a.. 50 Hair Coloring 35* to $1Ko'al, Keno and Po- -No Investigate
tie 'a success1 In OPEN DAILY AND SUNDAY 8 A.M. to 10 P.M.
life Have a' JOHN A. McMINN, Owner Care-Craft School for Nurses
happy home, get

yon'the want position, Ret TOYS AND. GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Fall and Winter Classes Now FormingTen

out of the rut
by the. help of Week Court Day or Night
'God. Let my "Lfvinr Service for the Living"
years of experience REGISTER NOW
help )'ou'
in business and 141 N.E. 3rd Ave., Rm. 1204 FR 9.7357
In' work, in
Your psychic. and friends for 30
years. Closed all day Wed. and
will be at the big home, M17 SERVICE HOME CALLS. $2.50We
H. %'. 17th St., Hollywood, Fla.
Healing meeting every Wednesday
night. do not give free estimates. Honest estimates require

'_ CALL IN PERSON .ofr3.f r'r.y work. Our prices are cheaper than other doing comparable,
I good work. We repair, sell and exchange TV', radio, llU Ff's'
Madam Hunter and .stereos. All our work guaranteed. Free delivery Know:''

1657 NW 73rd St. Oscar L Range Funeral HomeM. your TV man and nave mone,.

Miami, FIa. I Athalie Range Owner N. Patrick Range, Mgr. JOSEPH SCOTT
Sunday Jfc30 to 2 p.m. Office i AUTHORIZED FACTORY TV REPAIR A BALES
hours dally 10 a.m. to 8 paw 5727 NW.: 17th Avenue

Reading Licensed state and county ,' OX 1-0131' OX 1-4343 923 NW 62nd Street PL 18381HAPPENINGS

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., ,.. I Musical Tea and FashionettaThe
-...-,,_#.""' ..,...,-,,"'-#.__..... .....--.. ... ------_. - Baseball, the sport of all Wmen's Auxiliary of St. 1 1742 NW 3rd Ave. Sunday, April
;+-,:, , 7 # Americans, young and old, athletes Peter's A., O. Cathedral, 1725 21, 4 to 6 p.m. Benefit( St. Peter'sCathedral.
'+ '. and spectators, critics and I I
pl I' NW 3rd Ct. cordially Invites youto Miss >Emerald Wirtg, I
THE . boosters is with us again and Cation Charles P\
LOOKING regardless of the group class! attend a Musical Tea and president;
T ". ', fication we may come under, Fashionetta at the Masonic Hall Cooper, rector.
we will all be ardent followersof
S'P'ORT.S WORLD OVER the action that will take
place on the diamond this '63

ite season teams as in and the players past; our faVol't.. FORD REAL ESTATE SPECIALSCall

By LEO AUMBIUSTER will ways always look good hold to reservationsfor us and we us today for a nice home. We have over.,.SOO '

a spot at the top, of the to choose from. Down payments start at $195 .
league for them.
Our opinion of the order of 1-Real nice duplex for sale. EZ terms .
Excelsior League GraduatesInto finish is; the same as any who 2-bedrooms on each sidle. Corner lot. Located on
I dares to be so brave and.prog NW 43rd St. and 20th Avenue. Owner leaving

Big Time Bowling nosticate.This is the way we see the town. Call Miss Lee for this one., ''. ..'
results of a rugged '63 season ,
The third outing of the Ex- 12th Frame HI Hats $40; Ken with much exciting baseball: 2--4502 N.W. 23rd Avenue $15 week
celsior league in a major tour, ny's Dept. Store 20, Carriage' AMERICAN LEAGUE !1-bedroom CBS house for rent
ney; the 23rd Annual City Tournament I Club $20; Hot Shoppes $15 and New York, Yankees
was Just the step the News Realty $15. Detroit TigersRaltimore 3-773 N.W. 75th Street $480 down
league needed to roll out of its Orioles
mediocrity into a more com Ernest Hayes was the league's Los Angeles Angels 2 homes on 1 lot. Good income property. Terrific
parable position with the hun individual star placing third in Chicago White Sox deal. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths
dreds of leagues in the Greater the All Events Handicaps Division Cleveland Indians
Miami\ area.Equipped. along with a beautiful Minnesota Twins 4-3024 N.W. 57th Street $250 down $20 we ek
trophy. He also picked up a Boston Red Sox
with opportunity in cash prize of $80. Washington Senators 3-bedroom home. Real nice andl. clean
one hand and a bowling ball Kansas Athletics
in the other, the league proceeded Eddie Thorpe and Leo Arm- NATIONAL City::LEAGUE I 5-4001 N.W. 19th Ave. Large house with 2 kitchens

to make itself known as a bYister prize winnings were runners-up placing in 8th cash in Los Angeles Dodgers $30 week. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, carport, 2 living
qualified aggregation of the Cincinnati Reds
sport of bowling. the 188th entries for Singles- San Francisco Giants rooms
Doubles. Thorpe winning $17.50
Eight of the leagues ten for Singles-Doubles. $4.00 for Pittsburgh. PiratesSt. 6-We have 3-bedroom ''CBS homes for $495 down.
teams were cash prize winners All Events and,$2.50 for,singles. Louis l Cardinals No qualifying.
Philadelphia Phillies
with the hard-httting Olympics,
captained by Willie Fenderson Yours Truly received $17.50 Chicago Cubs
bowling in the high class "B" for his Singles-Doubles effort. Houston Colts
division and placing 12th out Sam McDaniels and Ernest New York Mets 780 N.W. 55th Street. No children, please

of 197 tough entries.A Hayes were Singles-Doubles ::: One bedroom Apartment $15 week
partners and received $6.00 for "
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cash prize of $40
their 42nd place finish. Willie
welcomed reward for this
showing of excellent '- Nicholson picked up $3.00 prize ANNUAL CHILDREN'S We nite til 8
bowling for are open every purl
skill. the league's high game. FAJSHION SHOW
The league received over $350in
Other teams which reached team and individual prizes We are open Saturday aind Sunday
into the money bag and came and did so bowling' the best Sunday, April 14
out with pleasing cash prizes bowlers In the city. For this 3 to 6 p.m.
were American Furniture and brilliant showing much commendations Ford Realty Inc.
TV $G5; Hagan and Fonda, $50; are in order. Dunbar Elementary School ,

'-, 505' N.W. 20th Street 569 N.W. 54th Street PL 7-2559
MISS ALPHA PHI ALPHA Everyone is invited

Scholarship Fund Dance I ::: ;;::; ::: ::: =:::: :;.

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to the music of "C Majors' Quintet". See and SE FREE
hear some of Miami's sensational entertainers at the HA RANK CAR'S m3ESPANOL
fabulous Bunche Lanes'
Lounge, Opa-Iocka. ; TAGS! '
Tuesday, April 16 Donation ,$1.00

Tickets will be on sale this weekend at Bunche Lanes
Lounge Brownsville Drug ,Store and Rudy's TV GOOD.CREDIT 1 NO CREDIT BAD CREDIT-CO. ''GNFR
Shop, 15th Ave. and 68th St.

BENEFIT SCHOLARSHIP FUND Fin. lal. Per Mt. Fui, lal. Per Mo. fir* Bit. P.. '
'62 CHEV. SI989 $65.29 '60 LARIC 3796 S28.6I '60 VOLKSWAGEN S989 SV>

'62 FORD SI527 $48,71 '60 FORD $078 $30.69 '59 BUICK SIG88 S4iS40.6J

'61 CAD. $3096 $79.97 '59 OLDS $1041 M PLYM. S67I $2?

'61 CHEV. SI345 $47.81 '60 ENG. FORD SSt9 S2M57/ MERC. $389 i'P'



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