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Title: Miami Times
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Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: April 20, 1963
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
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40TH YEAR, No. 34' MIAMI. ,;.:FLORIDA, SATURDAY' A Rllr;2O( :1963 16 lOENTS '4IIJ" $ .

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1 Elks: Head' Visits Miami ..WITHHOLD" FK.ASK"ED. I , ;* ,.TO' National Boj6t P red,

For Grand Meet Talks ':FEDERAL $$$ For Chain Sies

At 6 p.m. a large motorcade A union official said Wednes on . J.. 'wberry.'
''will leave the Elks Homo on President Kennedy,' on Tues day in New York that major sald ; flvlrigston. had
NW 16th' Terr and serenade [day, was urged by the Civil Negro organizations and a number broken reif last September
:the Grand, Exalted Ruler thru :>Eights ,Commission to explorehis of unions will join In a agreement to desegregate th lr'
the principal streets of nationwide boycott of stores. of "
Birmingham stores 1 because'"local'
; This, is legal authority to withhold
west MiamL
.part.' four variety store "
Nortl\'j' ,pressure#, was too strong:
gala celebration and federal funds from, the state of Saturday to protest segregation
Jin'.tore.. for him ''as he Mississippi sozas. to..protect the m Birmingham. ::1 I "w> Intend to ''counterbalance
I the local. scene for the 1901 :rightsof" !ltd Negro, citizens. .> 'local pressure by a !
311ett was. arranged '
;Grand.. Lodge; convention.. t He' .Ii national economic' pressure _
I said, at the request of the
The commission' said In' a to show the chains' that they
At '10 p.m., the same evening unanimous( report that although Rev. Martin 'Luther King who will lose business all over if
the, and Mrs. Reynolds will Ue ':Ui'e "admlnlstk' tlonl' had was arrested Friday while par. they segregate in Birmingham.
'guests of honor at thd Sir 'John taken t'ronB and vigorous ac ticlpating in a' protest- march.
Knight Beat ,Club at the Elks prosecute, violators of in Birmingham. '"This will b6 the' start of a
'night of stars and grand ball. federal 'laws, the pattern of David Livingston, presidentof national boycott campaign, ask
Thursday afternoon the Grand what the commission called unlawful District 05 of the Retail, ing' all people of good, will 1 not
Exalted Ruler will have lunch activity shows no signor Whplesale and Department to buy In these stores until the
\with, Mayor Robert King High ,abating ,and, urged that further Store Workers Union, said i,Birmingham stores I are deseg
,and other high officials and ..steps be taken 'Ito halt the more than 25 organiatlons regated," he said.. :
!civic people on the: Miami 'subversion' : of the' Constitu-, ,would picket the stores in all : Planning to. picket along
:scene' ,where he will :go into ,tlorr? :'n';.Mississippi," 50:'states "and probably'Puerto With other organizations, he
t 'discussion 'of fair Elks ,conven ,.Rico." \ said, are the NAACP, the' Committee -'
x tion: in \Miami Involving more Federal :payments, to Mississippi ':The four natiqnal'chains to on Racial Equality and
'than 15,900 delegates. land visi Mn' the ,fiscal year. ended be: picketed;. ,he sato, ? ,P. W. the' Negro-American L a ,b o rCouncil. '
tors. \: I'.st.;' -June< 30 totaled, DO million and;' Woolworth, S. H Kress;' H., L.I: : < f. '
1 and the military payroll I
When Grand Exalted4 'Ruler I pni' ,fee) '
I At 8 the"GrandM/will contracts were the major fag "
Dr;. Hobson Reynolds steps off guest of'the Past. Exalted Rub' tors: In, the state economy, the
the plane Wednesday" he will sera Council' ,and at this meet 9ommlsslon.,said*
be met by a Miami delegation 'name the '"
j!ilng will : official.. '
of, :Elks headed by State ,President Grand Lodge Convention Cody ; The report was''ent, to the
W. O.' Perry and immediately 1 ;President at'. !his\ vacation home
,,. escorted to his hotel mittee to put theWheelsJntlon } 'mq; in'*'Palro. Beach by; Chairman

suite. '. : for'August: *,11964.*-Ji" t"' JohW '&:;.Hannah. 'x .,
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I 3 Seek To Enter. University' 'of "Alabama' f I a

A federal court suit'. was fled sion to the all-white universityat 'theFebruaryl '10G3V( term; the
In Birmingham Monday by Tuscaloosa of, :YiylanJ:: ,Malone Suit., said but)were.. denied ad
.. three Negroes aeeklngadmtj. 20, 'Mobile, a Jun ort .mlsSlon'becaule\of, ''pressure of y
I sion 'to 'th...Unlve 8ltgfc.c&Aljubama. , laba11a.! .. &M. College.:.J:1eri: enrollment."
.", Jd1Sh 21 : .BtrJ tlllIha i v.' ,
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., At the same time;!, Dr. MartInLuther
The :suit sought the admis freshman at Stlllman College,
Tuscaloosa, + and Jlmmle A. King; who was ,arrested w
Hood, 20; East Gadsen. a with 'others In Birmingham, o-
sophmore :at Clark ColJegelan18. / .At* last week for parad.lng'wlthouta ; Y 4y a
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tj 4 < license, asked that he be .a 7 }
,tried)in: federal court. /
The Negroes had applied ipr Dr. Xing spent the Easter

admission to tne!. universtyyjfor- ;.:weekend in jail.. >


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I 13,000 Attend; Easter Egg !!
y Close Meet in Miami \ ., : :I

Sigma Alpha ,Chapter, Omega- :of these participants warrants Hunt At Manor Park ,j'., .tdi .
special recognition for exhibit.
Psi Phi fraternity was the float
chapter, for the, meeting of .the ing such exceptional .talent. Thd' second ahnua4tommunItywide City Judge Mlltoll 1' \face;' City
i Recognition as winners were Easter ..Egg Hunt wasa Commissioners''I'Jose W' Dumond
seventh district of the Omega <(Mi83 Sandra Fox, 1st place from. :
tremendous<<; success again and Mrs. Alice ,, dlnwrlght
Psi Phi Fraternity In' Miami Miami; Miss Glenda Anderson, this year with an estimated Metro' Chairman ,Joe, Boyd,
k 9 on the 11th, 12th and 13th of (continued on page 8)) i 13,000 children and adults ate George ;MUhct,. Mrs: Ktinlcc Anderson
Omega men and theirwives tending. All roads led to Manor Constable John1 Gilbert,
found the City of Miamian Park:, where untiring effort Charles Lockhart, ,Earl Carroll,
ideal convention' site as the had been concerted for the Rev., ,E.A., Allen,' 'Mrs.; Marie
Hampton House was the convention METRO BOARD pleasure and enjoyment of our Kennedy, Bishop W., F. Ball,
,headquarters. CHAIRMAN IS youth'' throughout, Dade County George Kilpatrick, Sheriff 'T.

". ,' Among the delegates some The egg hunt committee,plan* Buchanan .Miss Pat Radln ,and
The Board of Directors of the I Included Dr. Roger F. Fair a TEA SPEAKERMetro ned for the affair to be bigger ; sl.terLdwDrd Eddie Hook' 'f-Karen
Greater Miami Urban 'League I leader'oft the integration movement and better than before and I and Hook, .R nC Maclean."J..
elected. Piedmonte'as-president :r Daytona-Heach. ;I Dr.J.T. ,. ... -Commission ChairmanJoe were. >gratified at, the' ,tremens. .. Blacknell and George
Fletcher '
I Jr-was
:at a 'recent board. :meet-. Brooms '" district*. representative Boyd will be the featured dous attendance. 5"
Ing. for tie Seventh District; speaker on Sunday when the To add color to the celebration mutert of er qnJer.R ( I ;

,Mr., Piedmonte) a ,native of Dr. Fault.L-.QKfordi or 'Atlanta Dade County Young Democratic ,' there were 'SMM( :'Btrty :..J!!......:J..! _1 L.1. J ..'"!
Phl13 o ,< ill a ,Uatv. 'Rtty;.Dr.W.; :A; ;>,McMillan; Association sponsor. .., its annual and his and,. MttoftHftitter .
the University of $ ifol tale rtpresenatlve': ',of' the Calendar' Tea.. .The affair will ball). Smith broadcasting' the'
received tfce*' ; 1 D: */Fraternity 'for be from four to six o'clock In'' program Jive'' oefc.,WMBMMrs. / aedwith' 1IL'ea'dW ;
.from ,the Harvard Hfrfvtrstty. :. "JC tbe tot: Greens the Mary Elizabeth Hotel.. :,Bird,* .1<<1" 1M 1
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""* Wen 'of 'Mrs. Leila 'R.'WJlJJaiU. astheir: ov r
BOther meeting by'challenguig t .Ih,'e i park raster finery. (
"'tl League Officer* brothers to shun a c Patricia Miles will narrate and [ The Kpukehforvthe was
'Barbara Howell jvlll be fea
are First vice presld n ,*! Lt procrastination Mrs
\ mptal'and < Dana Dorser m n,
... Col. Claude Clark; 2nd .Vice. drive'I bird 'Mayaae )!J. ''WWlams.3rdvl ; eated"that',we must recenti, winner of the four-state adults with her" Inspiring tiles
rMrs. -Mario;,' MarJnz4th. our cense e r direction an'''pyppr Omega Psi Phi .Talent ,:'Hunt' sa e.r8h,. .' 'w s. Introduced by
yUeteYR4llett J9Jea. ". 'toreaUaesr., groatswl tc .f tojitest; 'will) also. appear' ; C rt G" fteevij.r -\

The.Urbau..1Mtrue..jt"paftt. .In :JiM tY 'Milt':... the-rPtO&, t.:Mrs., f Genest,Sweeting ' t, atonal"social ...,k' ate' : to, mistress ,of ,eeremeales .andicenneth"Wnflamg were ty y
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a member ''of th4'T7ofr < ) / *tll We"theoccasion. Thomas "A'iEblrJi.

Dade ounty:' eeka to" taps 1 the!most.,out. .- .,Metro Commissions Ave.. a ' .., ., .., . 'J V
prove. the economic"sand social standing' presentations during Harold8nei t will IntroiiMB Dollar; .)...... ;, t3pikr t
status of Negro 'citizens fn five Talent ;' was the. ; Annpal. Boyd: ,and Df;, and ..... .. ,."1'*.e"NatleiW1ew'd."ot
major program area:. Job, de 'HunT/wWch. featured In /Ward will Introduce the vJs- 65th HUJery'iioll- at Bfreeton 1 for r t'...
velopment and employment, competition ftlwJwlnners from Itors.Mrs.. Dot ', NAACP win apeaki: at a iyMs' ,
housing education 'and< youth communities t.a OUt Portia .Bannister and Platform guess 'were' VIet a........ to $ : M los ,
'- Incentives, religious resources da... : .Mrs. Dana"'D."Chapman .wJll J;>e :Maror"Davtct; .X -- ........ . .. ,f'

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Rep. Powell and Jim Brown
2 SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1963Chatter

At Puerto Rican, Golf, Meet
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-:- -That Matters-- Jackie Robinson, chairmanof Frazier, Albert Jones, Dr, Cor-
the July International Golf nelius Jenkins, Dr. Joseph

and Gplf Week In Thomas:'Mr. and Mrs. Robert
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San Juan,. Puerto Klco announced Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Graham
REV. JOSEPH PATTERSONof Inn was really beaming last that Congress an Adam Swann, 'Mr. and Mrs. Richard

Winston' Salem, N.C. arrived weekend. Her daughter, Betty } Clayton Powell has acceptedthe Araujo, ,Mrand Mrs. Harold
In the city on Friday to spend Ann Jackson, was at home from L:, committee Invitation and Hogan, Mr. and Mrs.; Jack Dan
his Easter vacation with his St. Francis Academy In Bait! 1 r will award the winning tro- iels, Mr.: and Mrs. ". William
more to spend her spring va- phies. He also revealed that Owens, Jim Morrow, Warren
mother, Mrs. Pearl Patterson, cation.
and his medic brother, W. A. __. _ __. Jim Brown, star of the Cleveland Jackson.
Browns football team, anda Contact Mrs: Ann Lindsey
-Patterson. CONGRATULATIONS to Dr. former resident of Manhas- Packard for golf tournament
and Mrs. Nathaniel Colston, set, will be the star of the PL 11475.
"EASTER MONDAY was a who observed their 25th wed celebrity cast male fashion
red letter day on the calendar ding 'anniversary this past show. -
of the Young Matrons of Opa- week. The awards ball and fashion
!locka when they celebrated show will highlight and climax
"with their friends at a Bunny d: f the first such golf event of Its
:Hop Dance at the Harlem Gar JAMES CHAMBERS of Bal. kind. The fashion show will
dens. timore left for his home Thurs Home on leave from the be under the direction of Cathy
r* day after a very enjoyable Young, Ebony Fashion Fair
Easter In our city. famous 101st Airborne Divisionat also
vacation model. She is one of the
CONGRATULATIONS to Fort Campbell, Ky., and en- top models In the country. The + a
Mrs. Annie Mae Twine for be- RUBIE MIZELL route to the Army Aviation show will spotlight an inter
comln'g' the grandmother of a her lavishly entertained Center at Ft. Rucker, Ala. Is national roster of high fashion
second set of twins. This timeit MRS Club sisterson 1st Lt. Clifford McDuffy, his models including Bunnies from
was her son, Emmett, who is Saturday evening at Howard wife and former Miss Iva Perry the, Playboy Club.A .
now the proud father of twinsa Johnson's. Incidentally, and their son, Cliff.
boy and a girl. The first Saturday was also her birthday. Lt. McDuffy Is a graduate of FIRST
was to her daughter Juanita Dorsey High School, Tyler The International Golf Tour.
two' girls. Both children are BEST WISHES to Mrs. ZU- Barber College and Florida A nament and Golf Week will
formerly of Miami, live with pha Sawyer, office manager of and M University. Before entering mark the first time that Negro
their families in Sandusky, O. James E. Scott Community Association FAMU he spent four 'group has sponsored such an
who is Europe bound. years in the Alrforce. Return- affair outside the states. It has ,
She plans a long and interesting ing from Japan In 1956, he created national interest and'
Linton Berrien
ORCHIDS to vacation which will begin witha spent his last year In the Air will have participants from as
musician for volunteering -
noted Miami far south as Florida and as far
fourth New York visit with relativesand Force assigned to the 1st
to every Crash Rescue Boat West as California.
friends. Then she will emplane
Thursday night with the Canaveral.At Play will be at the newly -
to Europe to attend a 5-
JESCA Youth at their -
Program day Baha'i World Congress FAMU he was Brigade completed Dorado Riviera Golf TrAttends : -
teenage fun night. It is certainly meeting !In England and to tour Commander of the ROTC, a and Country Club.. The courseis ,.- .-- ...- '-
commendable to
per- Holland, Switzerland, Germanyand member of the marching and adjacent to the Dorado Riviera
sons who will so willingly Hotel where the entire Grand
France. Bon voyage! concert band, Alpha Phi Alpha
service. If talented
render are
Phi contingent will be housed.
Fraternity. Alpha Omega
won't contact JESCA ,
Though approximately five
Fraternity, veterans Masters Council
:and give of your time and service RICHARD MOSS of Nassau, club, Scabbard and Blade Mill months away, more than 150
to our community teenagers Bahamas spent a 3-day visit participants have signed to
tary Society and was nominated Illustrious E.
: Thursday night F. Aldrich, 33
Just one
with friends make
and relatives here. to Who's Who Among' Students the trip.
per month? :*> He was house guest of Earlln in American''' Colleges and Close to half of this ,numberare degree Grand, Mason of Florida'

and Fannie .Humes. U niversities. from the Metropolitan area. Yorkite Masons, has been sum
THOMAS A THORNLEY, III __* -After three and a half This contingent include Ray moned to attend the Grand
was a recent house guest of Send news for this column FAMU he received his B.S. Mitchell, Rhoda Fowler, Gladys Master's Council and National
Father and Mrs. Elisha Clarkeof care of Miami Times, 6740 NW degree In education graduatingwith Tompson, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Department Heads' meeting,
15th Ave.Honors. Richardson
Opa-locka. Mr. Thornley, a distinction. He was com- Mr. and Mrs. WIlLiam which convenes April 19 and
native of Harrisburg, Pa. and missioned In the Regular Army Hudgins Al Gaines, Dr. 20 at Pittsburgh, as the guest
former Instructor at St. Aug. In February, 1961 as a second Anderson, Billy Rowe, of the Pennsylvania Grand
25YearWelfare Hilda
ustine's College, Raleigh, N.C. lieutenant. After successfully MacDonald, Fred Car- Lodge, F&AAY Masons.
Is presently teaching in the Board completing the Officers Orlen penter, Beverlee Mance, Alex
Philadelphia public schools. He tatlon Course and Airborne The meetings will .be held at
reported a very enjoyable Easter WorkersLast training at Ft.' Bennlng, Ga., he the Calenthean Hall, 2522 Cen
vacation in our city and he I was sent to ,loin the Screemlng in the States.Lt. ter Ave.: There will be 10 Important
couldn't stop talking'; about his Tuesday the Florida Eagles at Ft. Campbell. Ky items on the agenda,
trip to Nassau via the Bahama State Welfare Board District 0 There he became jumpmaster Duffy is the son of Mrs.and the ''group will be entertained -
Albertha '
Star Line. gave honor to five of Its social qualified and earned the ex- McDuffy of 826 NW with a Fellowship Banquet
_ _ _. workers for having, served this pert Infantryman's and expert 76th St. ;by the host Grand Lodge.
county for more than 25 rifleman's
LILLiAN P. WHEELER is years. badges. ..

back home from Washington, Among them were Mrs. Florence During ,his assignment he
D.C. to spend her spring vacation H. Gates, Miss Florence was a rifle platoon leader, STAR MEAT! MARKET
with her mother, Mrs. Pas. Betancourt, Mrs. F; die Mae weapons platoon leader assls
chal and brothers, Alonza, Roger Daniels, Mrs. Esther Hazlett ant Intelligence officer, executive -
and David. Her two children and Miss Florida Mae Murray. officer and acting company
accompanied her on this trip, commander In the 1st 'Airborne 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
r Thomas B. Duff. board chairman Battle Group 506th Infantry. .
commended the honoreesand \ His travel with the 101st car :
HUBERT JACKSON of the presented each one with a ried him to such places as
Inter-Group Relations Dept. of plaque, quoting Mr. Huff, "for 'Spain, Newfoundland, The ':V
Regional Public Housing in Atlanta the personal human interest In. Azores, Africa, Turkey, Hawaii,
was in the Magic City jected which In many cases Wake Island, Guam, Okinawa, THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE
last week to meet with some were, beyond the call of duty." Philippine Islands and places
of our city's public housing a
authority re resentat1ves. \ -----------


her husband, Jimmy, christened ; YOUR, PHOTOGRAPH MADE IN YOUR EASTER
their new bundle of Joy,
daughter Terry, and entertained OUTFIT
friends afterwards at their

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MIAMI TIMES -' MIAMI, FLA. Senator Hart Asks NAACP National Board Chairman

SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1963 PAGE 3 Cutoff of Funds to

Bias States To Speak at Drive Kickoff ,1

Church of God in Christ Gets Senator Hart (D-Mlch.) has Miami's 1903 Membership I mond Heights Division '
urged that the federal govern- Campaign will officially open on "Other division leader will ,,1
ment cut off all funds that sup Thursday, May 2 when Bishop 1' be named at a later date," Fr.
$2 Million Apartment Project in JaxA port discrimination and segre- Stephen Gill Spottswood, chair- Gibson said. if
gation in states and local com- man of the National Board I
$2 million apartment project *I God in Christ Western Florida, munities."It Directors for the NAACP will Rev. I. C. Micklns, chairman
for Negroes has been said the church has appealed speak at a mass meeting In the of the Church Division stated
approved to proper legislative sources is ridiculous," Hart said, Mt. Zion Baptist Church, campaign that he has mailed letters to all
by the Federal Housing for annexation and the butlook "for the federal governmentto headquarters announced churches "whose names appear.
Administration for Jacksonville is favorable. use Its troops, attorneys and this week. ed on our roster In the NAACP
and heeds only annexation of courts to fight discrimination' office. We are requesting that I
10 acres to the city for con Burns said the project corn while It is simultaneously supplying Bishop Spottswood, a leaderin will the churches accept goals lathe I
struction to start district FHA stltutes the largest Negro hous much of the money to the AME Zion Church drive and that each minister
director }Howard Tompkins said. Jacksonville's pay tribute to the NAACP officials
ing project support these discriminatoryacts. and members of Dade will provide at least thvoo
The project would be a nonprofit history.. ." County and to Fr. Theodore R campaign workers," he said.

operation sponsored by It Is not, however, a socalledlow Suggested as targets for the Gibson, president of the Miami A minimum of three campaign I
the Church of God in Christ of rent public housing. ban were such programs as branch and a member of the workers will be needed to dtf '
Western Florida, Inc. Tompkins said the apartments' federal aid to impacted but, national board. He is. a nativeof the job effectively. "For thte !
Tompkins said will be financed, through section segregated school districts, 'I Washington. D.C. reason," Mr. Saunders stated,
federal housing $2,245,000 funds have In 221-D in which the gov- funds 'for airports that main- Gibson, who is also chair- "we are not leaving out, t h erclutfe I'
ernment advances 100 cent tain white and colored fraternal units and Oliver
been allocated for financing per separate man of the campaign, stated I
the 200-apartment()() loans to nonprofit private sponsors facilities and money for segregated that the following persons will organizations. We are calling '
project. which qualify under the hospitals. There would be chair committees during the on theme to help us reach*
But due to new Interpretation act. many others, Hart said. drive for three thousand or the goal.

of housing mortgage laws The project will be subject to "Federal revenues" Hart more members in the NAACP Rev. Mickins stated that as
unless the money the site cannot is within be loaned taxation as private enterprise. said, "are collected from all from Dade County.Dr. of this date, "Rev. S. A. Cousin
of Jacksonville which the Tompkins said construction citizens. Certainly they should George A. Simpson will pastor of, Greater Bethel AME
City could start in about four not go to the support of any institutions chair the Awards Committee; Church' leads in pledges from
an approved FHA program for cer- months after the site Is anneX. I that would slam their Dr. E. A Ward Life Member- organizations and churches. lie I
tifying projects. doors' in the face of some of ship Committee; Dr. J. O. has accepted a pledge of 300
Mayor Haydon Burns said he ed.The the contributors." Brown, Speakers Bureau and members. Rev Mickins' church,
would initiate action to bring project would have apart Otis James program. Miss Mt. Olivette, has accepted a
about annexation of the site, ments with two, three and four Blanche Galloway has been goal of 100 members. j
In rental
composed of 10 acres of unin bedrooms, varying DR. M. RADIN named special coordinator and
costs from $58 to $100 month. Campaign workers, division
habited land bounded by Mon. chairman of the press! and pub*
crief Creek, 45th St., Moncrief The Institutional Mortgage Sunclny 10 a.m. :12 noon licity committee. Robert W. leaders, captains and represent.and
from organizations
Road and the, Saunders, field secretary, di- atives
north boundaryof Co of Miami is handling mortgaging General Practice churches are asked to meet
the Brentwood Golf Course.It arrangements.The I rector. during the first worker's meeting .
was formerly the site of the Some of the persons namedas
2-Spot Club. Rev. S. P. Nesbitt Is lo- 1159 NW 3rd Ave. division leaders are: Elder next Thursday night at
cal leader of the church organization ' Lancaster Thompson Miami: Greater Bethel, 240 ,NW 8th Ct. ;
Bishop Wales R. Nesbitt, Sr. which would ,handle Phone 374-1419 Atty. James W. Matthews and at 8:30: p.m. A general discussion
presiding bishop, Church of rentals. Open daily 0:30 1 p.m. Mrs. George Brunt, Opa-locka; of campaign plans and
Arthur O. Lunn Coconut Grove; material will be
5-8 p.m. Mrs. Marie Bethel and Freddie membership
and Broward Counties Sunday,, I Saunders, Perrine and Rich Issued to all workers.
April 28, ,at Carver Ranches
,Elementary School, 2306 SW
43rd Ave.,, Mrs. Winifred Cooper

County Mrs. E. J. Clark of Central
NewsBy ,,a'a Baptist Church and the Rev. S. s r1iy
S Clark of Gethsemane, West fifeij-: '" '" 1 LilfeMl lfeS

I Hollywood, were among delegates rSpr ingtime... Spareribs.... { R and Sd a '
attending the State Bap > *
Walter we > ?r > r ,
tist Convention in Pensacolalast
week. I

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u I You cordially' invited 'to 4 $' ? I' '
The senior usher board of attend a musical program on rk :
Central Baptist Church, 5000 Sunday, April 21 at 3 p.m. This .4
SW 20th St., West Hollywood, program is being sponsored by : __
Is celebrating its anniversary the Homeroom Representativesof "j ., .' ; \
Sunday, April 21, 3 p.m. Members Lanier, Junior High Schools 'y <\. 4.&I
and friends are invited. PTA and will be presented In
George Smith, president; WU-- the cafetorium. '
helmina Saunders, secretary; Please come and. bring your t ::4:4r
Z. Newbold, reporter, Rev. E. friends.An \,
J. Clark, pastor. evening of fine music k
will be presented by choral
The Gospel Covertone Sing' groups from Carver Ranchesand
ers are Inviting you to join' Hallandale areas.
with them and other Gospel Come out and hear your faworite
singing groups from Dade choral groups:
The Gospel Coverlones, I
Greater St. Luke Primitive b
Baptist Church Choir Gethse
mane Baptist Church Choir,,
New Macedonia Church Choir }' yT '"Y 9.,{
Mt. Zion AME Choir, CentralJunior
Choir and Lanier Junior
Mrs. Athalle Range, promi-
nent Miami business woman
and civic leader will be guest

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PAGE 4 ; SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 106! An Open Letter To

The People of

South, Florida: ',1' '
DeJar Nice People i

Let me show you how the
Hampton House can make the
1> K. SK3I8MUND 11EEVES, Editor and Publisher' business or social l get-together
GARTH d' RRISVKS Managing Editor. and let me surprise you with
I Qur five-minute' tour of our lux*
1\lember.o1 the Assodated Negro Preen urjous, yet reasonably priced,
!Member of the National.Newspaper' bltsberi Association 'ticco; modatfons.
1'< \i1. SUIISCRIFTION' KATES v'1., *;j. '" We 'offer the finest foods prepared .

ONE yi2AH '$5.0: <>'- SIX"MONTHS- 98.00 I ORI1IGth'80:00: yICntored THERE ARE 850 members hootin' and hollerin'. '' come next. personalized to your service: order., the Friendly spec

1 as Second Chas' Matter: August 9, 1927; at the'Post Offlci of Plumbers Union .L'ocal': 5i9 February(.... -; ;; ," ..j, '> I)T;' ialty of the Hampton House.
at Miami, Florida, under the act of March.8, 1870' in Miami and only. O 1{E'. s Here,in OUr' Banquet Department '
WE IIAVIIEALWAT'hvbndereyed we have the "knowhow"and
Main Offile at O740 N.\V.Jiath: Avenue-Phone OX 1.O421 a Negro., This 1$ probably' 1 the "whYl more Negroes. don'tatterirf' I always set pre
llranch at .1112. ,N\V11ilrct'Av; ,, ., Miami'Florida-Phone FR. 8-2286. most ,Jimcrow; building. trades + ; spprispred twice- ferred personal attention.
h_ .__ -- -. union in Miami .. < Amos Jenkins ('' t)ahdconcdrtd';,iri\ pay-: *- We invite' you over for a'guided '
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" has opened. a< fancy gift front, 'ark ';:Ba dsheU'.'.behind tour of bur fine conven
lily NEGRO, PRESS believes that America can' best.lead the world and sundry stand in the. Hampton the: .ftialn- library. 'tpaesar; ..JlaMoriaca.and tipn and banqUet facilities. We
from racial and national antagonisms when, It accords to every man House JotJby. Itls, called ; his' band puts ,on a can accommodate from 10 to
regardless of race, color or creed, his human and legal rights. Hating Glfttown . Mr. and Mrs. n'lce'show; and its Just the 350 people.-. Our catering staff
MO man, fearing no nuin" :-the Negro Press strives to help every man Willie Cove had their twin thing for'a summer evenln'gv' is 'teeming with exciting ideas
is held I
In the I'inu belief that all 'men are hurt as long as anyone daughters entered in the ''Eas They start at' 7:45: every Wednesday and suggestions tQ make your
back ter Parade at Bayfront.Park' and 'Friday evening. party a very special one1.
Sunday . Sunday is Go-to.
church-day at Mt. Zion and a Our facilities are Ideal for
.YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKApril capacity crowd Is expected. DTA FRIEDMAN' a real salesmen and other out of town
public spirited' citizen who Is VIP's visiting :your home of-
week. Every- __ .. __ .
day this \ a\
15 the important .
was always on ,"ut- /side<- 01 right IICI: TheY wm oe pleased andrelaxed
body who had booked passage on the late' income tax JOHN DIAZ who edited the and fair play, has done a fine, as' they enjoy their
train happy they reached their destination the Florida edition of the Courier, lob in the past six months;> of favorite refreshing cocktail in
are time. wrote in to say he saw me on helping-" 'get the City of Miami our home away from home at-
Internal Revenue Department the Walter Cronkite Show a laborers"under the pension mosphere.So .
that train. He filed his six couple of weeks ago He wantsto system 86 per' cent of the Pubs why not let us take over
Ye Editor was not on get in touch with Stanley your worries and help you arrange -
Uncle Sam. Whilehe lie<: Wbrk8 Dept., i P6 percent of
weeks ago, has received a refund from Sweeting. Diaz is now in charge Parks and, Recreation 65% of a very special party in
spends his, late filers will be thinking and guessing of advertising and public rela Water and ,Sewers and 63% of our convention hall or our
mighit bring a brown envelope tions with the Philadelphia workers in the Sanitation Dept. cacktall lounge.
will or
when the mail man Tribune . Earl Carroll is have all been brought' under the Call us now and reserve the
from Uncle Sam.Remember going up to Tallahassee to look pension system. W. P. Eftlng, date, we will do the rest..

the old adage, "the early bird. catchesthe in week.on the state legislature fora James,, W.. Hilton and J. Grady Thank you.Cordially.
himself has been busying Phelps, city department direc' yours,
worm. with civic work here tors deserve a lot of praise for Hampton House Motel
lately and it should help him '
in tuture their 'cooperative action.' and Villas
11\ political campaigns. ... Sy Siflinger
Reports from churches '!!
Easter has come and gone. THAT ALTv,IS NOT"WELL" at the Food and Beverage Dlr.\
jell that attendance was large, music inspiring and Easter that WAS'QUITE,4, story,Negra.PrecIacLvItwjseoins that i P.S. Break the habit of rushing .
messages were enjoyable.On ita Green Herald staff writer Juan] the white superior officers do I '' home' from work for din.
the, lighter side, Easter bonnets were as beautifulas of Bonded did on Luther Brooks not think the Negro patrolmenare ,ner ..;- call that special friend
School hunts thrilled ,the hearts of And Rental Sunday . .. writing";;enough tickets or and make a date to dine at the
ever. Sunday' egg pretty little
enough arrests. Since
the young. The daddy of them all was the second annual Thomas Mrs. daughter of Judge and when did the police have a ,Hampton House.
community-wide hunt at Manor Park where an estimated cute little L E. Thomas,' made''a *quota system on tickets and ,
moppet in a 4-panel ,[ arrests? Then too the Negro for
ted- picture :mond Heights Community
13,000 spread, also
Herald . Sunday's officers feel) ,that the .four lieu 'winning a national award for
Some local tenants (Adair, Kindred! "
are not too people Morrow ,maintaining an outstanding
The Supreme Court 1964 ruling outlawing segrega- Ray Cuelln happy ran with his the way. and, Malleck) are far from ;low crime rate that he paid
Nort- being the liberal, type. floorof
South the
schools Land other institutions where the Tournament tribute to them on
tion in public and here i and inserted the
are Congress
federal is involved has brought about'some trying to take over the CONG.
government promotion. Watch ANTE FASCELL entire story in the Congressional
integration in most states in the nation. for a lot 'of was o'pleased at' the Rich. Record of April 1.
well known for their ...-,
Alabama and Mississippi are -
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opposition and stubborness, but they too, realize that it -
the pricks and eventually they will :_r '
is hard to kick against ; '

comply.In. WIGS!( WIGSi!!

Florida, there has been some opposition, but
progress has been made, particularly in Dade County WIGS!

where we have several integrated schools, Dade County
Junior College, Barry College and the University of

Miami. We iare doing nicely. SIR JOHN HOTEL WIG SHOP INC.

However, there .are many departments of govern-
ment, local and state, where the die has not been. cast. 530 N.W. 2nd Avenue I < Phone 371-6236

Consideration is. being given to these matters and UNDER MANAGEMENT' OFMARY'S
efforts made to correct them.
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Currently eight Negro policemen doing detective :

duty, some for more than 13 years, believe it's time for HOUSE OF BEAUTY

their being. considered and given the rank' of detective' .

and the salary thai'.,.goes with it. I .

To this; end they have appealed to the Civil .Service

Board. for such recognition.City new low orices
Personnel Director Robert Richmond said the .' ,
men receive: a $''30 a month "clothing: allowance" insteadof .. - --

the $48 pay raise that: come with promotion to detec-

I tive.

.; He also states that since 1961 the regular,. competitive BEAUTIFUL SYNTHETIC:; WIGS '

1 examinations have been opened 'to' Negroes, but only REG. V .' : .". $19 95
one has qualified and the promotion roster;'he, was on ex- $39.95 V 1.
pired before he promoted. '" "1 :Y 'J
was . ; )j ,
a What; .about ? "* ' ... '
otherrosters j; IMPORTED BLEND ,f' ,.
regular ALLURING
'I Patrolmen; you should take the competitive : f f..t

i examinations, and ,be prepared. .. ..+
1. - 'I*(,. .. r ?.' OF HUMAN HAIR" :7 $2995GORGEOUS
The:coming of, Aerojet Corporation to Dade County REG. $5995 ,.
I : . _ :- t j
will help to solve our unemployment problem.' The,, plant
, will be'in South, Dade near Homestead... :
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Elmer Nelson, manager of Aerojet's Space'Booster 100%' HUMAN HAIR .

Plant expects operation to begin by next fall.l REG. $125.00 $69-95
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Aerojet owns 25,000 acres of land in South Dade "' :
and holds leases and options"on' 50,000 ,acres, . .. ... .: .. .. ... ...

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THANK YOU ..:..:: 'Ye: Edi* braria'fitnilyrtake i this Bring this. ad and. receive:witn>! ;purchase. ,of any,wig
method of thanking relatives and friends, in and out of I

the state, for flowers, congratulatory messages, cards,
telephone calls and a delicious cake from a neighbor, L FREE WIG BLOCK:
upon his wedding* anniversary. .

Such recognition added much .to the happiness of

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I Spent 4 Days In Birmingham.'Alabama SATURDAY, APRIL 2f>t IgSttrrW: *'-I*. 4ti PAGE 5 Ii

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Thursday >#tQ ndon ,ut ntba-'Whl ire., professor.from I
debts \ S.conege"ibd" ;: tEn ? College 1rre-arrested 811t.'urd'ayt' Clergymen Discuss Race Relations'At
myfhial day
the :tiU b cr''llbra ry; f 6tkli lnl > arrest.
15 mote Degrees, an Informal .meeting'' On- the'committee were appointed -
tob story
} t am. .Tfut: :whitesaroundr&ajtlilr , -
Tuesday, an inter-faith groupof the Rev. John F. Kier-
\ fort the"polico td What In Birmingham
is happening clergymen1'' anW laymen
Arrive ;wtb/ thehv;""leader: ,Eii-- ? First; more than gathered for the first-,"time to nan Catholic, rector of Holy Redeemer,
: Seymour' Sa-
gene "J2&WT- Connpiv A surprise 20,000 people unemployed. discuss race relation*' and oth Church'l
met \ rector of the
. the librarian refused to allow There "Is no. bus transportation.There er moral prpblemtff"affecting l ; American. Jewish 'Congress the
are no Negro .policemen J ;
thai;'police to< enter the li Dade County. Rev Theodore Porter Ball of
brary. The students soon., (left; pr firemen no integration in Among them were five ,
Holy Episcopal Church
schools Family
the puiblfts or any pub Cats ;
unmollsted by the law of South. groes, two Jewish r&tfven the Rev., Edward 'T. Graham of
lic facilities
r erl)., Tflwn(,Birmingham.* ' olics, five :Baptiststwo Episcopalians Mt. Zion ;Baptist Church and
: What 'are the Negroes fight. a Methodist and Bl:* resident ot...the Interdenominational
:ft, ,,1snbviK: : pofld1! ifrtfay. al Uoyer Ing''fortf'The- right to registerto laymen. ' '
America. Here. in BirmWgham work Ministerial AIllafo lc!A:"lnd
: vote equal
1 it. 'jrfcalled "&lctt ties, of oPfortuni.' Bishop Coleman ',CarrolVof Luther Pierce executive direc-
fJidayThe'Vo1; ; !;,,;,are' Waiting fatilitles: desegregation;and a' better relation the, Miami Diocese blIthe Catholic ,tor of the Greater Miami Council
Last night at, a' -bass meeting between the city. fathers and Church called *the group.A of Churches. ''I
the Revs. Martin Luther' King the Negro community. The issue committee was set up to Along with others were the I
Ralph Abernathy and Fred has the Negro community draw up principles and the Rev. Oman A, Pratt, associate
; Shuttlesworth had told the divided.A. group agreed that "religious minister at Mt. Olivette Baptist
crowd, "We shall march tomor G. Gaston, wealthy Negro leaders have much to say concerning Church, and the Rev P. S.
row." At noon, prayer meeting owner of a motel in Birmingham what is morally right Brown of Mt. Tabor Baptist
is in, process at Zion Hill Bap and large holdings of real and what Is morally wrong and Church. Paul E Wyche was
that they have an..obligation to the,
tlst Church. More than 000 estate called for a conference layman from Holy Redeemer
By ALFONZA C. MOZELL. people are crowded, into' the between whites and Negroesto speak out with clarity Catholic Church.
church, 3,000 or more ,,out.
News Editor, Station WMBMI side are -, halt the mass arrests. Negro
newspapers in Birmingham are
stood in the center of the 'The meeting ends, and the quiet, saying only that Rev. National Library? AT HAMPTON HOUSE . .
beautiful civic center of' a procession led by Rev. King King is an outsider and is lead
southern town and admired the and Shuttlesworth, followed by ing the people in the wrong di. Week At Dixie Park STATE HUMAN.
buildings. I was in a city witha the 48 cltlens of Birmingham, rection. The eyes of the worldare I IRELATIONS
population of more than on Birmingham. Four days
moved slowly down the side HEAD
The Dixie Park branch of the
400,000 people. As I moved walk. There Is a 13-year-old girl there were like four days in
down into the shopping center.I in the procession. I asked her hell. Miami Public Library will Join
noticed that there were few why was she marchink Her an- thousands of librarians through. SPEAKS TUESDAY

Negroes. Looking into the larg swer, "I'm marching now so I out the country In observing
est department store, I noted won't,have to march when I getto TV SICK National Library Week, April Dr. Georgia Dreger, acting
that there was only one Negro be as old 39 my grand- .Have' It repaired on credit If director the Florida Councilon
through 27.
shopper. ,mother._ "" Iron live in Liberty City or 21r April I Human Relations will meet

The time. 10:30: j J. m. Wednesday Four blocks later, the line of ,BrownMvllle. PRY weekly. Free To highlight its observance' and talk to the Community Re-

April 10, 1063. The ,march is stopped by "Bull" I eHtlninte.DIAL GWW58I the branch will hold Open lations Council on April 23 at
place: Birmingham, Ala. This Connor Forty-nine -Negroes I 2630 N.W. 62nd ST.. House', April) ,23, ,from 8 to 0 8 p.m. at Hampton House
was a city where the eyes of p.m. At 8:30: p.m.; an open dIs- ,
the world were focused. Negroeswere 'f! ..,,',. ' :" .... .- cussion on the role of the Dry: Ralph Dreger, the presi
being arrested in mass. : public library will be moderated dent of Florida Council on Hu
Suddenly, a shout is heard. A JOEY CLEMENTS by the Branch Librarian man Relations and his wife
group of Ne"proes" | is coming I Miss H M. Dorsett. Adults andyoung live in Jacksonville They have
down the sidewalk, led by blind people are cordially invited -
singer Al Hibler. They were : :.' ;' ,Private Investigator to come to the library devoted themselves to ,the
not disorderly. They obeyed all v f' ," '. and acquaint themselves with Florida Council on Human Relation .
traffic signals. They carried the services, books and other which Is now a revitillzed -
signs reading, "Human Rights tpa'YI: ? OX 1-4007'. , \Night OX 1-4924 materials available. and strong organization. The
With Dignity," "Equal Job Op.portunitles" :5 : ,:.r. '. ,," Community Relations Council
and "The Elementary school age children < now chartered by the Florida
Vote is For All Americans.Right" to Member of American:: Detective At.'n ; will share In the celebration Council I I
on Thursday, April 25, ata
There were 28 Negroes in puppet show The admission Come to the meeting and hear
the group. Twenty-seven were Civil Criminal Industrial Insurance will be held at 4:00.: about what is going on in the
arrestd. The police refused to The library is located at 350 Human Relations field in Flori'
arrest Al Hibler. I NW 13th St. da. Come and bring a friend.

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DTW NEWS ployer-employee banquet April
24 at Douglas Elementary
The Industrial arts groupswill School. Guest speaker for the
meet Wednesday, April 24 occasion will be Fred C. Mur
at 7:30: p.m. All adults Interested ray, assistant director Voca-
in furniture repairing, tional Education, Dade County.
bookbinding, woodwork, etc.
fek '* y l '***' Pan American Week
> 4. arc 'cordially invited to attend was observed
V .'
M - i. this meeting. A. Crosby will April 1419. The Span-
be present to organize and asjsist ish and French Club presented
those Individuals who ,are an exhibit of Pan American
present. displays: In the library. The
display lasted throughout the
Thursday, April 20, R. ,A. MuTer week.
and others will be presentto
help organize and assist those "A Night In Nassau" will be
Individuals who are interestedIn presented by the Gym Boys,
science and mathematics. Saturday night in the gym. Admission .
Facilities and personnel are is only 50 cents and
I avallal/lo for photography. everyone la urged to come and
Seventh grade students attended enjoy the fun.
an Arbor Day assembly
April 18. A tree was plantedon Would you like to know howit
this day. It was given to feels to become the queen ''
the school by the Dade County of a school? Are you Interested -
School Board. in finding out how It feelsto
lose a contest by a marginof
Seniors will participate in 33 or, maybVj you are Inter.
the annual Student Govern ested In discovering what lies
-. -, ment Day, May 2. ..This is a ahead on, a dark, gloomy road 1
Nathan Young Health WeeK three Cth grade day when senior students will Well, you can find all the 'an
students won top awards. Wll have the opportunity to take swers In this year's Anthology.
Students Win lie James and Randall Harley I Local NAACP to Air the teacher's seat. They will It seels for only 100. It Is
Weekly Broadcast be faced with the problemsthat wise to secure your copy now
Awards of Mrs. F. T. Scott's class won teachers are confrontedwith. or you may never find the answers
first prize, and Willie Wilsonof ''The NAACP will present a This activity is sponsoredby to these questions.-Lau-
During a County Poster Con Mrs. S. B. Manus' class won weekly program over WMBM the Student Council rasteen Thompson, reporter.
test sponsored by the Miami second prize. Awards were presented each Sunday afternoon at 1:00: The
DOT at BTW with
Dental to the students by Dr. to 1:15: Miss Blanche Cal along
Society In observanceof p.m.
the DCT clubs of North. Support NAACP
G. Kenneth Sands. Mays,
National Children's Dental loway, chairman of the Miami
western and
branch's publicity committee Dade will hold the annual Em. JOIN NOW!
announced this week. The program
LIBERTY CITYOn P will feature newscasts of I
NAACP activities from the ,,1,1II.
Sunday, April 21 the I local, state and national scenes.
Mother's Club at Liberty City "We will also feature from '
Elementary will have Its Fash. A time to time, well known perSons *
Ion Flair, an extravaganza ofa N and interviews," Miss Cal ;
lifetime. loway said. "As an example, 4
The public Is generally. invited approximately two weeks from trw a r@ or'k
to attend. SERVICEWilliam today, we will run a taped in. '*
Fashions galore will be modeled terview of our National Life p, "stht"
by both adult models and Pinder, Sr. Membership chairman who was
juniors. Professional Piano Tuner Interviewed by reporters from 9g.rrs., ';,r D w a'y'.Itiw '
Why not come out and model several national publications,"
And! Repairer: she said.
your latest creation or the creation -
that you like best? 1935 N.W. 103rd St. Out standing campaign
The patron list Is not completed Opa-Iock workers and award winners will
yet, therefore, those Phone MU 8-3770 also be presented over the pro 't _ _
wanting to sponsor the pro gram. _J'
gram may still contact the
members of the club. Painless Office Treatment of

We'll be looking for you. LOW ,,.
Mrs. Thelma Turner, vice RUPTURE PILES
president of Mother's Club; Mr&H: '
Susie Smith chairman FashIon Rectal Diseases, Varicose' Veins, Pro
Review 'Committee.ATTENTION Htnte-No lost .time-Discard Trim '
C.c Upon Correction of Rupture. '
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:, THE MIAMI. TIMES 'MIAMI.,:FLA. Omega Psi Phi '. ,{,
,PAGE 8 SATURDAY! APRIL, 20, 1963 Fraternity Closes 7th 2,000llily WhitesiTo ,'t. :,;: !

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' '" District Meeting Meet Here Next Week

'Key. West. < America's (continued from page 1)) To Hold SessionsAt Sunday afternoon at 1:45: o'clock
'" Booker
Southernmost City 2nd, Atlanta; and the 3rd place from T. Washington
High 'School with
ten bands
Br, FHANCKS, K, ,PALMER ---_ winner Augusta was, Miss Ga.Immediately Sandra Brownof Bethel Church participating, Including Northwestern -
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.1 Ilr LIII. I I Jt following the .
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The Lily White'Grand Assembly
Talent Hunt a Welcome-Get ; I parade
Regul' .,Deluxe, ''Club celebrated opened!with* the president, Mrs Acquainted) Party, was sponsored with headquarters In I C. Blythe Andrews of
its 4th anniversaryMarch Florence Jackson presiding. by 'thfr Greeks of Greater Tampa, will hold its 28th session is grand president and the Tampa
30. It was a ''big nightfor After.iuthe regular routine of Miami. Other activities enjoyedby in Miami at Bethel AME ciety includes members so.
) ; Mrs. Clara Austin'sbirth the visiting brothers and Church 245. NW 8th St., of 30.000
members at the Community in Florida and Georgia.A .
was celebrated. She
friends included the public
pro which Rev. S. A. Cousin is pastor -
swimming pool with a "receivecL beautiful gifts from Payne, beginning Wednesday night special train will
gala banquet "and program. eacmjflember.Mlsjjv president eCof DSavannah State bring
afternoon 1.000 from
and closing Sunday Tampa Sunday .
Over 75 guests were present Roberts. served a repaswhichV'as College was the speaker, a formal {
this grand ,afXair with anniversary services. in Miami at 1 p.m.
and enjoyed ', ' enjoyed by all. dance at the Dinner Key
: Mrs:Leslie Pinder was' a new Auditorium and a Beach Partyat The speakers are Rev. P. H.

Mr. and Mrs. Archibald Pin member to ,Join the club. The Crandon Park Beach Caba- Jackson, pastor of First' Baptist Special Train to
der and family spent Easter. club members were very happyto nas which culminated the ac Church of Lakeland, at the
have tivities. Lodge of Sorrow Wednesday
Sunday visiting their mother, her.Sunday
Olivia St. the club will ,attendchurCh While the Omega men were night; Rev. S. H. Hunter, AME Bring: BeautyCulture
In a body. at the Churchof in their business sessions, the presiding elder, Thursday nightat
God of Prophecy.. We are wives visited various attrac- the Achievement program; DelegatesThe
1.frsE hE.l Whitehead.. .of_ 709Whitehead )looking? forward: to,all members I It tions in Miami and Miami! i Dr. John Rembert, president, of
St., left tne city for t being present. Beach and were entertained by Gibbs Junior College the Edu Alpha Chi Pi
New York. Friends ,wish her a' the Quettes at a luncheon in cational address, Friday night, members opened their Omega
pleasant stay. the.; Sky Room of the Miami following the 20th annual ora conven- I
DEATHS on Wednesday April 17 at
international torical
Airport. contest.
Mrs. Grace Palacious" died Before adjoining the Friday Daytona Beach. Delegates, of I
Friends of the community last Friday at Monroe General session the delegates assembly Rev. I. D. Hinson, pastor of the beauty culture sorority and
. arp very happy to have Mrs. Hospital Services Saturday at voted unanimously to protest I Bethel AME Church of Talla- fraternity will come from 44
Flossie Sands back home. Mrs. 11 a.m. from St. Mary's Star of the bombing of Aaron 'Henry's hassee, will speak of the Rain states, Nassau and Haiti. Dr.
Sands has been sick and she the Sea Catholic Church with home' in Clarksdale, Miss and bow Tea Saturday night. Be- Marjorie S. Joyner of Chicago
was staying' .with her daughter Father John A. Willett, S. J.i forwarded the following ''tele- fore' he speaks, ''the Lily White will preside over the meeting.
and, Mr and Mrs. officiating at the Mass of# gram to Atty. General ,RobertF. quartet will render, a, .30-minute, ,
and family of '- With the Hampton House as
Alvin Walker Requiem. Burial will be in the ennedy: recital.
Ohio. family plot In the church ceme "We look with great disdain headquarters a chartered train
tery. Bishop ,W. F. Ball AME prelate will bring the group to Miami
Rosary service will He held upon thecowardly and un- ,. will deliver the anniversary from Daytona Beach on Sunday,
Birthday for 4the- American act committed by
greetings .
Mrs. Yvonne Friday at 7:3O: .p.m. i i1tbe chapelof : persons in Clarksdale, Miss., sermon following the annual when. the Sigma Omicron Chapter
month of April:
will kick off its activities
parade, which will startOliver'
the ,West UndertakingCo.
Sawyer, Mrs. Audrey Martin, Key through the bombing of Aaron with an "Extrava'ganza' of Liv-
Pinder Joseph Sawyer Henry's home while the Hon-
Keith ,
ing Arts" at the Bayfront Auditorium
Mrs. Pala'clous
Lovell and Frank I For many years orable Charles Diggs a memberof
Jones.Henry who can be ,rememberedby the U. S. Congress was ,visIting a Cornet from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m.
many students as their In. him. We urge your immed- Some of the featured guest
structor, was a member of the late and .
investigation punishment
artists Futch Hal
Makes are: Wally ,
SICK faculty of Douglas High School. ,of persons responsible for Band Fraier, Mel Dancey, Ester
Survivors are. two brothers, this unwarranted act.
Bloneva Quintana of 207 Sutherland. Gene Roy and the
Mrs. George' R. English of New ,
The Sigma Alpha Chapter, Statement Remarkable Rubin Trio. Valu-
St. is ill at her home. of
Olivia Lee-V.
York and Dr. English
Omega Psi Phi with able door
wish her a speedy re- Fraternity prizes will be given
Friends Toledo, Ohio: numerous nieces, Dr. Edward basl- We with
Braynon as the officers and mem- first prize $50.
covery. nephews and cousins. leus has set the pace in rededicating bers of Oliver's Cornet Band,
She was a member of the Wo ,the principles of this frat would like to correct the gos Other highlights of the meeting .
The officers and members of men Civic Club. ternity. This was exemplified sip spread by some wagging include:
Bethel AME Church usher through the hard,work and ser tongue or tongues concerning Monday workshop and
board No. 2 wish to thank Thomas William Pinder, 4-E vice rendered by the membersof the ,band. Please take note, the General Assembly, Annual
everyone who helped to make Robert Gabriels Apartmentsdied the, local chapter. Congratulations band has never ,rendered ser Banquet, 8 p.m.
the Easter Conch Train Ridea last Thursday evening to U. G. Home, the vice to anyone below these Tuesday Workshop, general
grand success. Thanks againto after a long Illness. District Marshal, as well as prices. Parades or procession assembly and election of national -
Frances Palmer, others for their efforts in making in, Miami are $100
one and all. Services Sunday at 3:30: p.m ; Funerals officers. City tour at 3
president. from Trinity United Presbyter! this meeting ,a, grand sue $80. These prices have not Night Club tour at Miami
Ian Church with i the Rev. Gleniwood cess. been cut for anyone. We've Beach at 8 p.m.
never done it before and we1
Cronin officiating.. Burial
The Regular Deluxe CluU met E. will be in the Ctty Cemetery.The 'Sgt. Alexander N. Pinder of the don't intend to do it now. If North" Travel Bureau, 1104
at' the home of Miss Mary TUBSday body will ,lie in reposqat Army; five grandchildren, you want to get your point NW 3rd Ave., the official Con-
Roberts of Fort Village the residence Saturday .14 step-great grandchildren, over hold your head up proud ventlon Travel Agency, is in
April 16. The meeting wasBest evening ,Survivors are a 'three stepgreat great grands. ly and remember your obligation I II charge of the City Tour, Night

_-.....- ..--...---- ..............- daughter:, .Mrs. Elbertha' Bowej step! I' to true to theyself and Club Tour and Nassau Tour.
a step-son, James Knowles of FOR RENT thy fellowmen. A special 3-day package tourto
Albert Carey director
has been
Miami two nieces, Mrs. Mel- arranged
:;, Selection, in vise Gibson of Key West and ROOM. 1929 NW 6th court, fully Capt. Robert Sawyer, Sec'y for $79.95.
Mrs.. Bloneva Foster of 'Philadelphia furnished, kitchen and tele a:,
Miami ,,two' nephews, Frank E phone privilege, new building
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', .Coal lm .i.n d..l"at- '. "'. ;APRIL sJPAGE 9V '"' t
For Recreation imnrovehieht! : 1 .. .._....""" .._);. :> '':' ,.e _......__.... ::\
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At a ;meeting held JVfonday ., -.l, '.
parka ; Thursday afternoon, April ;
a.t City. Hall Earl J. Carroll, Some of" "the needs 'agreed 10, .there vfas cpn nyation of, Clyde: Killen'a,:,Knight Beat Presents .
recent 'unsuccessful candidate .the, ,financial l '", '' { ''Hhecommltteewomen it x k* , ..
.for the: state upon ,by, the Mayqr #nd. Corn report, o ', . 4y
legislature '
dIscussed r
; mission were: J J ,< l .oi? tine'.men's "W<>>- '"
with Mayor Robert Klhg> Missionary,' ,Anll' '&dUca! : This"weekend
High and the City Commission*: 1) Lighting I 'for tManpr< ,Park, ,tlonar' Convention:'M'ldie Ba :' I" "..., '
.;era the possibilities' of majbp These lights, will be",installed ,tists ,whlfch> ? niej '1 in !''erisaco at. 1 .m\I! '"'.ANJSuAN} ALL, STAR SHOW"
Improvements 11'1' the I City of :bometimcj; in the '' .
: July ,'"Mayor Mrs, Fannie{ & wto* ttl ,r ','" .
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Miami said, n1
Recreation Program:. ; .to, '
; : second :placWyhfcn the; ,e;+:
Mn: .Carroll cited the needs 2.)1.Payt raise! COIN;summer. r0oreation -, port'.on' :Juvenile'' Del1HCX\1en Y." : : ,
.for. the c city:: "recreation program : employees The Mayor' and;, becency''was'much,,1etrtWAS \ "';in. general and specific 'and .Commission jreiquestad .the churchwomen.A among; '
needs; 'for. the Negro. community City',Manager Mejlvln Reese to a
ti tiA provide -for an immediate pay )1, Mrs: Moton is,'aid?'ardent med/ a'k'W ,
1 raise by this ,summer. | ber of: St. John Baptist0 ChUj'di. 5 .;
Famu Day''' At '3)) Additional l personnel. nIt Rev. Thedford Johnson 'pastdrv! ,
was agreed that additional per. She was immediately given the
sons will be employed to help title of co-chairman "of this 9riv
Blanche ElyYou stimulate the recreation pro committee for 1964, and will assist ,-
gram in white and Negro areas. in arranging the appreciation
: are cordially Invited to hour in honor' of, the over-,
attend the first annual "FAMU 4)) Negro district supervisor. all chairman, ,Mrs. Cclestlne
Day" at the Blanche Ely High It was also stated that there 'Dixon, at the next annual 'session
School Gym 3 pm. Sunday, is a need for one Negro area In Fort. Lauderdale. -
April 21 supervisor. Another addition to the com- ..
Dr. George W. Gore Jr., .president 5)) The hiring of individualsfor mittee was Miss Claude Fin- __ ___
of the university, will be the park located at 10th layson, daughter of PresidentJ. .. _
the speaker. Music will be fur- Ave and NW 20th St. A. F Finlayson. Mrs. SusieC. d M
nished by the high schools of .0)) Water fountains requested Holley Auxiliary.Is, president of theWomen's t
Broward County for all parks. : :
A reception will be given In -
the cafeteria following the pro Upon the termination of the li
gram..The ,public is .invited, ,to .conference Mr. Carroll asked Spend $2 for freedom
attend. that the City Fathers'considerthe
proposato hire a Negro
public relations'\ man for Miami ,
Enveloped in .common mist, .. jlr ate. MI h 1'I
,wo seem to walk' ;in clearness ?:" '" J i
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. I Introducing: The Clearwater to Host State; ", : ;

PAGE 10 SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1963 Northwest YWCA

Center Advisory Beauticians in Mav
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Committee 1- Cosmetologists Unit No. spent In the clinics, workshops,

rass People. Behind every successful ven- 43 of Clearwater will be hostessto classes in business, management -
ture, there'' can always be
the 24th Annual Conventionof economics, parliamentary
found of dedicated
Places sons who group have given of their per- the Oran'ge' Blossom Beauticians saw, public relations and the

. time generously and have worked Association, Inc., No. new technique in modern hair
tirelessly Such. Is the case 123 May 10 thru May 23. products. We have many qualified -

.9 with the Northwest YWCA The hospitality: extended the persons over the state who
Things . Center. Its Advisory Committee members at the Midyear Executive know and can give the answerto
'L believing In the purposeof Board meeting was the hair problems in Florida climatic -
Ai I IB the Young Women's Christ- conditions.The .
., \' .,,\\\'HI NCN HKKT COOPKIl>> j Ian Association, and seeing a best received. Mrs. Laura Rob.
1 Z TrZ It real need for Its service In the inson, president of the enter beauticians will do them
taining unit said it was only
community, so dedicated Itselfto selves a dis-service if they fail
AS CONDUCTOR this f hear this min the beginning.
of : masse to young the cause. : to attend these classes. All
column have steered clear of 'ister deliver his first sermon.
we Under the able leader will
very At the Executive Board meeting meetings be hold in the
the controversial unless for Easter and Christmas
we Except ship of Its chairman, Mrs. Rob ''
Mrs. Alaine Waldon, president I. Armory on Missouri St. D. A.
made jest-of it. We have steered the members never came ert C. Mitchell, the committee of West Palm Beach said 'Julius of Miami is chairman of
clear of the in such numbers
commenting on anymore. looks forward to Dedication clinic workshop.
the time has come when the
church and religion (it's con rather Day, April 21. Members Include:
"The Beauticians of Florida must
troversial, too!) for fear of appearing Mesdames Vashti ArmbrIster,
and havIng atheistic hear about their idea of Chris learn[ more to compete with
stupid Lillian Balllou,
tendencies.We tianity than Christ's, he said. Bullard. Eddie Daniels Gwendolyn, Carrie different nations of the world Spend $2 for. freedom
if survive in the
RAN TIIINGS P. Davis, Barbara George Ada they are
had held the opinion that C. Lee, Charles Pasch, Phillip beauty culture profession. NAACP
the church had grown to be no "On my first round of calling Pinder, Murray Summers, Miss Therefore 'the, business ses- Membership
more than a USO for civilians I on members I did little more Jacquelyn Frazier and Mrs. sions have been streamlined
or a Sunday morning mutual han joke and make small talk Ruth Greenfield serving In a that all available time can be so Drive is now on!
admiration society where folk
md otherwise getting acquaintd. resource capacity.
just for the "rep" of attending ----- -
go This made me a big hit.
church or to show off a
new wardrobe; or for personal "On the next round of visits, Cancer Crusade Set Investigate Without Obligation
social and business gains. I began to talk about religion
js part of each call . Almost For The 21st

these We had thoughts long ago banished as bIas. ,i nesltate'very time, smile they shyly would and cough as : Sunday, April 21 will be the Care-Craft School for Nurses Aids

phemous thinking and if such I soon as possible rush me to residential drive day for the
were true, segregate ourselves ,he door. : American Cancer Society annual Fall and Winter Classes Now FormingTen
fund-raising crusade.
from these "Christians.
Recently we ran across an "Then there was the clique More than 0,000 volunteers In
article in a popular national .vho ran the church (as in most Dade County will Join forces Weeks Course Day' or Night
magazine by an anonymous other Protestant churches the with some 2,000,000 similar:: volunteers
Presbyterian minister who gave congregation's' authority exceedd throughout the nation
his reasons for "Why I Quit mine). The governing board In this crusade. Mrs. Henry
The Ministry." The feeling that ncluded a business man of Taylor Jr., Residential Drive 141 N.E. 3rd Ave., Rm. 1204 FR 9-7357
this minister held ,some of the luestionable ethics, a doctor Chairman, said the drive has
thoughts' we kept to ourselves who refused treatment to at two objectives "to save lives
prompted us to read the article. least one Indigent family and and to save lives In the future."
Some of his quotes may be i real-estate man along with She urged "all of the people
Interesting to the laymen and :others: In the area, was instrumental In this community to take an
a it
minister: in keeping Negroes active part In achieving these
from having homes in our su objectives. 'IIP
"On my arrival (at his first burb.A SchoOf B I'ttf Y-
parsonage) I was greeted warmly V
tjanlzatlon has
Then I preached my first wealthy widow died and twisted what one had CULTUREJr
he had
and stated beliefs.I her
sermon my her brother spent $5,000 on
said that I didn't believe funeral. The minister preached the The "train was made up" for CALL NOW FOR REGISTRATIONFOR

Christianity was a long-faced .i strong sermon about Chris ed man despondent of the and cloth disappoint.who ADVANCE TRAINING IN
religion which requires the sac tian views of death saying thata thought his parishioners HIGH FASHION HAIR STYLING
rifice of socializing and fun Nor deceased could tastefully be sought
religious and BEAUTY CULTURE A
biblical truths. VOCATION OF HAPPINESS
should its emphasis be negative honored without such lavish-
I director and young minister thought' AND INDEPENDENCE
"Don't smoke, don't ness. The funeral
It best
to quit the
take part in the normal activi two florists who were church reflected that his life ministry. He Phone FR 4.9998
ty of society. officers howled. "You're picking' wasted as a recreation might director be 1113 Northwest 3rd Avenue Miami, Florida

divine bellhop on our business"Soon for a Sunday social gathering. :"
"But God isn't a -
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vice. Christ lived for more than gan making phone calls to oth-
,that. er members. The grapevine I For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call
The congregation turned en- and a church, like any other or- -

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,E. Dr. Jay is a graduate' of Palmer College' Chiroprac ,
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Ft Sensational Master with. Bethel Plans Honors :4r'
I ers of Fort Myers, along
I the Southland Singers of Miami ...
will appear in a song feast aNew
t Hope Baptist Church on, Banquet fort nnaversary

Sunday morning, April 21. This '"
program is for the No. 1 choir Over 2,000 members and wor added when submitted by spon
sponsor, Deacon Sam Davis shippers of Greater Bethel
The same two groups will ap- AME Church, working cooper sors.Mrs.. Doretha Johnson 'and
pear on program Sunday nigh atively with the 07 leaders of Mrs. Bennie White are in
at the Greater New Macedonia committees, clubs and boards charge of the banquet tables.
Baptist Church on Sunday of the church have set their Program committee membersfor
night, the Rev. Roscoe Jackson sights on the mammoth obser the event Include Mrs. O. B.
pastor. We are asking all vance of 67 years of church Hogan, chairman and Mes-
_. t friends to come out and help progress in Miami, May 613. dames Frances Gause, M. D.
1 to make this program a great Barlow Marian H. Shannon: and
success. Mindful of the fact that the Artie t.Richardson. Mrs. S. A.
progress of Greater Bethel Is Cousin and the youth of tho
entwined in community advancement -
church will
serve as host and
GREATER ST. MARK P.B. letters of invitation hostesses.
have been sent to churches, Miss Hattie L. Brace and Mrs.
Mrs. Ruthle Mae Scott, reporter civic and fraternal organiza- Altamese Powell
are leading
Go-to-Church Day at Mt. Zion itev. 1*'. L. Johnson, paator tions and special clubs !in the the youth of the church in an
community. The full coopera-
all-out effort to
secure patrons
Arise with Christ we hada
Tne annual Go-to-Church ting together as a family. good time throughout the tion of everyone is solicited. for the anniversary souvenir
Day at the Mt. Zion Baptist Special music is promised for day, Sunday celebrating the Special arrangements are being program. The program will be
Church, will be celebrated on the occasion, and choir No. 1 ]L'aster services of Christ. Our made Bethelites for groups at the wishing Honors to Join Ban compiled Jointly by the public
21 will be In the left. The theme Is relations committee and publication
Sunday, April at the 11 a.m. pastor delivered two soul stirring quet May 13.Individual .
hour. This celebration is spon centered around the Church. messages, the morning committee composed of
sored by Ward No. 2 of the The subject of the morning message was "Weet Me In Gal. members and Mesdames Marian II. Shannon,
church and has been: a high day message will be, "The 20th Cen lllee." groups will sponsor honorees Poole, Corlne Anton, A. J.
now in the tenth year. tury Church." The discoursewill I who have served in Greater Hawkins, S. W. Frazier, B. H.
be delivered by the minis. We invite you to come to Bethel for forty or more years. Dean and Misses Thomasena
Families are particularlyasked ter, the Rev. Edward T. Gra prayer meeting. The Intermed Among members already listedto Walker Blanche Calloway, Hattie -
to come as a special ob ham. late Choir is sponsoring a be honored are: Mrs. Mary L. Brace and David A. Ivey.
servance and sit together In The Diaconate of the church straw ride April 26. See any Jane King, Mrs. Carrie B. Anderson Rev. S. A. Cousin, pastor of
worship to God. There Is a sur extends a cordial Invitation to member or phone the church Dr. K. L. Pharr, Mrs. Greater Bethel and Wilbur Elli
prise for the two top families nonmembers to come as spec. for tickets. Visit the sick. Gladys Robinson, Alonza Kelly son are in charge of courtesiesto
having the largest number sit. lal guests of the church. Robert L. Clark and Mrs. HazeGrenshaw. be extended to special guests
I I Other names will leThe for the occasion.

ANTIOCH BAPTIST NEW MT. MORIAHRev. -I Rev E. M. Thomas, pastor

1899 NW 64th Street A. L. Shipp, pastor Phyllis Myers, reporter

Rev. O. W. Foster, pastor Ruby Handy, reporterThe You are always welcome to
Bro. Casey Graham, reporterOn public is always welcometo worship with us. Beginningwith

Friday night, April 19 the worship with us in our regular our Sunday School at 0:30: ,
No. 2 choir will begin its 10th services.We morning service at 11, evening
anniversary. There will be a service at 7:00: and BTU at 5:30.:
had a wonderful time
musical with various
choirs of the city. It will close Easter Sunday throughout the Starting Friday at 8 p.m. the 1ik4
Sunday at 3 p.m. with the Rev.J. day. The pastor delivered a No. 2 choir anniversary begins. x qv SAM
W. Stephenson and congregation wonderful Easter sermon. On There will be a program and
of Brownsville rendering the fourth Sunday we will observe the public is invited to come.
services. The public Is Invited. our annual Woman's Day. This anniversary program will
The public is invited. come to a close on Sunday at
Sunday services will be con 3 p.m. Rev. Sims of Friendship
ducted by the pastor. The youth Baptist Church will be the
will render usher and song ser MT. TABORRev. speaker. The No. 2 choir Is asking

vices Sunday morning. The No. P. S. Brown minister the cooperation of the entire .
2 choir and number 2 ushers Miss Dessle Crocket, reporterWe church.

will serve Sunday night. have come thus far by

The women of Antioch will faith and we are still giving, MT. CARMEL M. BAPTIST
sponsor a Mother's Day Tea on thanks to God for His {grace. dedication of the new St Church of Coconut Grove.

Sunday, May 12 at the home of The new Mt. Tabor will notI I Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor Luke Missionary Baptist Free dinner will be served In
Rev. and Mrs. O. W. Foster Mrs. Christine Cohen, reporter Church at 1700 NW 55th St..
be without new our dining room after
1301 NW 5th Terr from 4 to up.m. completed will be held on Sunday, April
The speaker will be Mrs. ; we have entered Sunday was a high day at 21 at 3 p.m. The public, Christians and
Jeffie S. Brown. The committee In our second event of the Mt. Carmel depicting the spiritof The dedication sermon will all well wishers are invited.
has planned a wonderful year! a Pew Rally. Easter beginning in the Sun- be delivered by Rev. W F. Tanner I Rev. P. W. Williams pastor;

program. Everyone Is Invitedto The new rally is under the day School superintendent of which the Deacon assistant of St. Mary's Baptist I: Mrs. Bunesta Green, reporter.

come and bring their mother. same leadership as that of the Willie Gipson had charge. The
This event Is to benefit our an Woman Day drive. The chair service conductedby I
morning was
nual women's day observance men, cochairmen and captains Rev. Richardson in the ab- GRACE PRESBYTERIANMrs. EBENEZER METHODIST
which Is to be held May 19. with the addition of co-captains,
have agreed to work. The co- sence of our pastor. He spoke Lea Gray, reporterAt Rev A. D. Hall pastorE.
Please for and visit the from the subject "The Crucifixion" Ingram, reporter
pray captains will share the responsibility packed audience. the Sunday morning service -
sick. i of the captains. Also a we will give the men of
At four o'clock in the eveninga Tho Fourth Annual Calen-
more members will have the our church the opportunity to..
program was given rededicate themselves to the dar Rally terminated Monday
which he
ST. BARNABAS, W. M. would opportunity not, get to with Rev. Clarence Hill portraying work of the church. After the night, April 15 with the total
the activity of the Disciples
Rev. E. A. Culmer, pastor Look on us we are striving during the trial and service there will 'be a fellow- amount reported $5,28a The

Mrs. S. Dawktos, reporter for the building of God's king- death of Jesus. The church was ship luncheon for of the ver.yone.The church. month of September reportedthe
Sunday School was opened dom on earth.JORDAN decorated with Easter lilies and will women carnival the highest amount of $42.80.
M. E. Culmer. At the two crosses. Deacon Gipson church sponsor a on and All of us want to accomplish
close, the children, dressed in narrated the play assisted by grounds 26 on and Friday certain things, so It was with
Saturday April 27
marched GROVE M. B. Sis. Mrs. Frances Johnson
their Easter finery, Bro. Everheart. Elcia Jones servingas
Monday through Thursday
around and received their Easter served as master of ceremonies.We captain of September along
Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor April 22 to 25: Rev. Savoy will with the
Mrs. Rosa
Our eggs.Sunrise Service was well Sis. Ella K. Wright, reporterOn pray for the shut-ins and be .een on the TV" program Lee Johnson co-captains, Mrs. Eloise Rolle
attended. The Rev. McMurry, Sunday the church was we ask the parents to please "Give us This Day, on Chan. and Mrs. Irene Beverly The
a visiting minister, preachedfrm packed with our members and bring or send your children to nel 10, from 8:45: to 9 a.m. captains worked hard inspiring
St. Mark 10 subject "Be- visiting friends in all their Eas Sunday School members of September to makea
hold the TombHoly Com- ter frills. The choir and ushers TEMPLE BAPTIST contribution. The months of
munion administered. Mrs. were beautiful in their summer March, December and April
M. E. Culmer was furnished music. uniforms, and we all enjoyeda The Church of God in Christ Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor yere close behind. The September -
memory of one who gave his group was entertained in
Morning worship was led by for all the most 1809 NW 5th Avenue Easter was
life a ransom choirs the social hall of the church
the pastor. He preached from wonderful thing that has ever Elder J. C. Jackson, pastor at Temple. The ,.. under by the other 11 months. I
the direction of Bro
the theme, "Come See The happened to man the resurrec Nathaniel Thomas, reporter Verne
Place Where They Laid Him." of Lord Jesus Christ. burn and with Mrs. Easter at Ebenezer was
tion our truly
Everyone was spiritually bles- u. ._Fifth Avenue_____ Church...._of L...God_..... Strachan.. at the organ and Miss a happy one beginning with
sed. Holy Communion was We would like to taKe this I n Christ was highly mgmrgui- ElSIe Douglas at the piano, the Sunrise Service throughout.
administered. Music was fur method to ask our parents to ed all day on last Sunday with sang very beautifully. The program The night service was Iteautiful
nished by No.1 choir with send or better bring their the theme, "Christ is Risen! presented by the young by the choirs, presenting Han
Mrs. L. Knowles at the piano. children to Sunday School and The background of the theme aridpreflected quite Interesting, del Messiah, "Behold The
The church was filled to Its church not just Easter when was found In I Peter 1:3: "Dies- credit on Mrs. A. Lamb of God" with Mrs. May
capacity.The they are all dressed In their sed be the Lord and Father of Newbold and Mrs. V. Strachan bell Porter: directress and Wil
Rev. H. Demeritte delivered beautiful Easter clothes but all our Lord Jesus Christ." which who prepared the children. Mrs. lie Williams at the
the message at the evening year through. They cannot according to His abundant mercy Esther Campbell was M. C. organ.
worship from the subject, "The earn about God and what we hath begotten us again untoa The male chorus will sing The children of the Sunday
Crucifixion of Christ. We were must do to be ready to meet lively hope by the resurrec during the morning and even- School were entertained with
to have with us Mrs. A. Him when He comes by coming tion of Jesus Christ from the ng this Sunday. an Easter Party at the home
Walker who has been sick for to church just one Sunday dead. Mrs. Eva Delancy who was of Miss Everette Ingram. Sponsored
some time. per year. We are there each Injured in an accident recentlyand by the Commission on
You are cordially Invited to Sunday trying to teach them. The messages were delivered Mrs. Chlotllda HepUurn Education, Mrs. Geneva Mur-
celebrate with us our first an 945. by our pastor and music was who has been sick for, sometime ray, chairman.
at :
School begins
Sunday rendered the senior chorus.
niversary April 2228. Thank were able to attend services -
Please bring or send hem.Woman's The Easter songs were enjoyedby Sunday. The Golden Oleo Circle will
you. all that were present. have charge of class meeting on

Our annual Easter programwas Rev. Savoy on Society Tuesday of night.Christian The Women's Service
I Mt. MoriahThe I conducted by Mrs. S. Per.
Day at klns. It was beautifully presented Channel 10 and will begin Wesleyan second Service Guild
a course on
women of New Mt. Mo- and our evening speaker will by the Youth Church. : Rev. William F. Savoy, pas- prayer Monday night April 22
rlah are all excitedly looking be Mrs. Willie Jones. We are Our special prayers go out to tor of the Grace Presbyterian through April 20. Ail auxiliaries
forward to their Woman's Day looking to seeing all our many Willie M. Perkins Sr.f who U in Church will preach on the TV" and members are welcometo
In advance program, "Give us This Day,
Sunday, April 28. friends. Thanking you the Cloverleaf Hospital. attend.
program for your cooperation, channel 10, from Monday thru
Our morning speaker is the Mrs. Reattm Shannon chairman Worship together this Sundayyou ,Thursday, April 22 to 25, 8:45: 'Let us not forget the sick
dynamic Mrs: Walton' Robinson ; Rev. A. >L. Shlpp pastor. need not walk alone. to ftOQ a.m. and shutIns.I .

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who passed away suddenly on RAHMING, SR.
March 3 wish to thank our who passed to the Great Be-
many friends for their kindness yond on April 24, nineteen hundred
shown during his short illness sixty-two
and death. We wish to thank I Never fading flowers,
i4 his doctor, Robert W. Rud and .1 In the homeland fair grow
nurses at Monroe General Hospital I II Sweetest fragrance they
who worked so hard to bestowOn
i r save him. We wish to thank his / II ,. Celestial air .
pastor, Rev. R. H. White, associate -! I OVer all that peaceful shore
.. WILLIAM C. COLE I minister who served at Shine their beauty bright ;..
A. HAMILTONdied funeral. We wish to thank
I Flowers bloom 'forever .,'
who this life April more :
April 21, 1962 .
Club and .
the Silver Slipper In( that land':of light. '
Sunset and evening star 18, 1962. '
Sliverette Union Lodge No.: 47,
And one clear call for me! There's an open gate at the end Coral City Temple Lodge, also Never ending praises rise-
From the
I hope face to see my pilot face to Through of the which road each must go the Vanderlean and choir Edwards members for, rl For the,,King angel of throng paradise .:
In that endless
When I have crossed the bar alone :r.I song.
the Mrs. Nathalie ii1i/ij44!/ t;
And there is light cannotsee program No one there is sick or sad
a we
Mrs. Annie Mae Hamilton, Carey, Eddie Lampkins for'the I 11 L! But with beauty bright .'.
wife solos. We wish to thank his co-
Children: Tanya, Selina, Our Father claims His own, CAROL MIMS Flowers bloom forevermoreIn "
worker and officers at the Naval \
Jeffery, Linda, Elaine, Alfreda, Beyond the gale our love one Station, donors of the many who departed this life April that lovely light.
Janet, Helen and Valerie finds, beautiful flowers sympathy 19, 1958. Onward, 0 ye ransomed throngs.;
Happiness and rest, Though our hearts were madeto To this 'home above
cards and other tokens and for
And there is comfort In the bleed,. time and AlmightyGod Give to God your sweetest
the use of their at the fun
thoughtA cars have served soften songs,
eral the out of town friends
; husband And hearts beat love
loving God knows ibest. the blow. of losing a your
loving memory of our dear Mrs. Maude Cole, wife and funeral relatives the who Allen attended Funeral the and father, a child and sister. We shall join the ransomed
mother and grandmother, And Family ; True our home and hearts suffer there
_. Home of Key West and Harold a voidness but the beautiful Sing' those songs we know
Perkins and Mr. Newbold of memory of your'brief time Rest ana sing forever more
rY CARD OF THANKSThe the Allen Funeral Home in Miami with us is a measure of conso Where fadeless roses grow
for their beautiful funeral, lation. Savior in thy gracious keep-
rit family of the late coach. We will assure you your Rest in peace. Ing, leave we now thy servant
kindness will never be forgotten Widow and mother sleeping.
but not forgotten
Robert Lewis Jr., brother GOner th A. Rahming, wife
Mrs. Julia Mingo aunt CARD OF THANKSWe Irene Beverly, daughter
Mrs. Emerllne Williams
Vera A. Ward, daughter
'SSyt Mrs. Susan Lewis
the family of the late, Dorothy Cooper, daughter
stepmotherKey Isabell Romer, daughter
West Jeremiah Rahming, son
Joseph Rahming Jr., son

IN MEMORIAMIn ..v Rev. Emanuel Rahming,son

memory of our dear Nehemiah Rahming, son
mother, And Family
j11f Y'YI .,(1 S ls

f y yv ,wrt aI CARD OF THANKSThe

family of the late,

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who departed this life April '24, 4
A loving smile and a happy face -
Broken link we can never 4'
Will always be remembered. McGETII
The Blakely Family wish to express their sincere '
thanks to the many friends and t
neighbors for their cards, tele rt I-
flowers and all other
IN MEMORIAM grams .,
kindnesses rendered in any' MR. NATHAN COOK .
I.. In loving' and sad remembrance way. May God bless each and : :" ;''f wishes to say thank you to all
of our loving husband of ;Ii' ,j.:'
everyone you.
t'f $ our friends. Words are inade-
and fatherS McGeth Family 'f n \ .. ." quate to describe the :debt of
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'MRS.ESTELLE :GAITER come our sad and grievous dutyto .
\_ I CARD: OF THANKS j I who, departed from Us April pay.
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19GU .
'' I know will understand 4
The family of'the'late' you k _
He that belleveth In me though
LONA BELL WHITTAKERwho when we say "thank you" to
he were dead, yet shall he live.
rushed assis-
departed this life on April Though our hearts are filled you who to our
1, 19G3, wish to thank the 'with sorrow tance during our moments of
many friends for their kindness And the way ahead seems dim, grief, to you who called and 'JAMES' McKEVER\
the <
camd in throughout days' .
shown to them in their be
It comfort us to know that
reavement. Special thanks to and nights to see, to serve and who departed this life March
i Rev. Edward T., Graham, the Our Your Lord children dwells :with .him. offer a word of consolation. We 30, 1963 wish to take this method -
officers and members of Mt. want you to know we are of expressing sincere
Mrs. Miriam Mrs.
grateful. Most especially do we thanks and
Zion Church. To the appreciation to the
} Enid and John Russel of
wish to thank the officers and friends
many and neighbors for
entire staff of the Francis Fun New York City
eral Home for their efficient members of 'the New Provi kind gestures of sympathy -
itid courteous service, ,we say dence Missionary BantM during our hourof
God. bless you. i IN MEMORIAMIn Church, the neighbors of 70th bereavement.
Mrs: Nettie Hightowermother St.; the relatives and friends Special thanks to Rev. A. M,
loving memory of our. from out pf' town. So numerous Griffin and members of New
\S S ? mother dear mother, were the telegrams, flowers, Shiloh Baptist Church for the
And The Family PEARL CLINCH cards, calls cars and delicacieswe assistance rendered and also
h who departed this life April 23, find it impossible to thank House of Albert Funeral Home
1961.Gone : each one individually here. We for such efficient service. May
but not forgotten.We minister God bless each of
also wish to thank our you
_._-- _......_...'..'.. .. ..._.. ..-........-..... ...- ....... IN MEMORIAM you, you but God loves Rev. C. J. Burney of New Providence James McKeever Sr., father
and the Houseof
REV. EDWARD RICHARDSONwho In sad but loving memoryof Sylvia Butler Albert officiating for their wonderful Patsy McKever, mother
passed to rest, April 17, my. dear husband, Dorthea Lampkln, order of service rendered. Deborah, daughter
1960. JAMES DEAN SR .., daughters .. Tommy. and. Benjamin,
Sleep on and take your rest, who departed. this life+ April 18., L. 'C." Clinch James -E7- r May God bless each of you I broth&"_
We love you and miss you so,. 1958. Wesley, sons with His divine. love. Jessie Gloria Jean, and
But God loves you best. Gone, but not forgotten, maybe Sisters and brothers S Henrietta Cook, wife Rosa Lee Henry, sisters
I .
Gracie Richardson, wife rest in peace. Sister-in-law Rhunett, daughterAnd I Ethel Richardson,
And Children Mrs. Ella Dean, wife Grand children Family f godmotherTHE


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FURNISHED one bedroom
In loving memory of 775 NW 60th St.. Adults. only. LOVELY bedroom CBS. Tile
MRS. MARY E; CAREY r FOR BENT Utilities. roof, carport, appliances nicest
who departed this life April 19, street In Manor Park. $400 down*

One 10C2.year with the Angels FURNISHED or unfurnished ROOM near shopping center $82 month and owner pays all
apt. In:' : 2531 NW 55th St. Phone NE closing cos g..Llfo Realty, 4932
One year you've been Opa-locka area. 1-bed-
gone: NW 7th Ave. PL 0-4371.
room unfurnished 45744. Kitchen privileges. ., Open
One year In Heaven singing $15 week, 2 Sunday '
Around God's throne. bedroom unfurnished $18 1-
You smiled and said a sweet bedroom furnished $ 2-bed- ,FURNISHED or unfurnished 1 '
good-bye ,' rooms furnished $25dall Mickins I bedroom apt. M dern.dulls! or $250 down for this nice CRS
From earth : Rental NE 4-0500. home.. Florida room, car paste,
this had to go Agency.. wi11 .talte :Vaby.. Phone MU
.. ,.
One,year seems l you a thousand ,-. *, ,, ._ _-Intlf1BEDROOM 1-0325.) large 'utility. : room, nicely furnl -
Deaf hlothe* We miss you so.' -" ,
YoUf' ehlldre-ri, PRIVATE bedroom and ,private '$70 month pay all. Call A. Ben-
1 furnished apt. All Kqri Realtor. 714 NW G2nd
Mr, Awards bath. beautiful :surroundings, St.t.
Mrs Anne Ramsey utilities,downtown area. $18 ef kitchen privileges. 1310 NW Nite' PL 05533. Days P ...434315Realty
ficiency, $13: Call ,Mlckins Ren-
George 46th St. NE 5-1773.
Mrs, Miriam Carey Andrews tal Agency.,\ NE: 40500.. ,Indf' Salon for sale tjnc jd;-

MtSi' Theodore. Houston; FURNISHED 1.JJ droom apt. all equipment, tho very"best l Io<
EFFICIENCY; .Furnished, air cation for big business. $1,200
___ _Key Wdst, Fla. '' Free gas, lights and water. '
conditioner and .
spacious, 'adult Fenced yard Nice neighborhood. cash for everything or best offer
only. Quiet neighborhood. Call Call 'PL 4-5638. Call me, A. Ben-Korl, Realtor
PL 9565.. 1210 NW 77th Terr. 714 NW 02nd St. '
0-5533, Days I'Li 4-3431.. \ r
pIoneer citizeii
who 1 ved at ,FOR SALENO
In loving memory of our beloved 1918 NW 66th St. died ROOM in private' )home for re
,brother, 14. He was a member of April fined man, 1473 NW 70th St. QUALIFYING. Freshly NEW DUPLEX.' Live rent free,' '
OX 1. (0925.rr. beautiful neighborhood. NW
socIeties of which he was the painted 3-bedroom house, appli '
47th' Terr. 18-10 JE 1-6902. "
inspector general of the Liberty / ances. $30() down and $R5 Homes. ave. .... ,
Lodge. He is survived by his ONE, TWO and three bedroom month. Life Realty, 4932 NW Wynne

'_ ,,j .. wife Laura, a sister, Alicia, houses, $15 to $18 per week. 7th Ave. PL 04371. Open Sunday 2-Chalr Barber Shop, furniture.
nieces and nephews. Mass of Phone 633-2429*. Dixie Rental. Week days after 4 p.m. Sat.
:, mac.t Requiem will be 10 a.m. Satur- and, Sun. all day. 696-6278.
day at the Church of the Incar- NEWLY DECORAED 5 LOVELY 3.Bedroom"CDS on
nation with Father Jones offi- all bed- extra large lot. Top locationon
ciatIng. He will be in private living room, 47th St. near 12th Ave. Only WANTED
repose kitchen '
and 2 Florida rooms. MOTHER'S HELPER, an elder.
Friday at 1 $10 down and
p.m. owner pays your
Entire 2nd floor. 912% NW 55th
Terr. Call 3713622. closing costs Life Realty, ly woman preferred. PL 4-5038.
t 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 0-4371.
MRS. ADDliiJ! VIOLA DELE- CORNER Open Sunday. Experienced 'gardener, yards
GAL of 1170 NW 6th St. died at ROOM, private home, wanted at reasonable prices.
her home April 16. She had restricted residential section In NO QUALIFYING House Call OX 1-7088 or 000-3248.
been a resident of this area for. Floral Heights. NE 48201. and extra lot. Lovely Florida I '
nine years. She Is survive by room carport, appliances. A PRl\'ATl 1NVK8TIOATOK
two daughters: Mrs. Gwen otyn I $500 down Civil domestic .' criminal
t A NICE ROOM In a nice home. bargain at $10,000,
Green and Mrs. Phone NE 4-8331 day or night.
Edna Was ing- Would like settled and $75 per month. Life Realty,
a man or
ton, a son,;, Daniel, two sisters, woman. UN 6-1133. 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 04371. D. PRESLEY A27
four brothers. four grandchild --

ren. Services held Friday at 4 HOUSE with one room to rent, NO QUALIFYING Duplex BROWNSVILLE
p.m. with Rev. J, Blacknell nice clean couple to take house. $500 down and move In. Both CORPORATIONI

officiating. Phone NE 5-5283 are apartments fully furnished.have 2-bedrooms Lot Is extra and I will buy your lot. I will!J

_,_.;.Af.F .. a -.., __ MRS. JULIA BEATRICE large and runs right Into Manor finance your mortgage. Do
WILSON who lived at 1964 NW $18 PER WEEK, three bedroom Park. Life Realty. 4932 NW 7th not give your home up if
JAMES J. GRAHAMwho 3rd Ct., apt. ,,0 died at her home unfurnished house. Free gas Ave. PL 9-4371. Open Sunday you have paid enough equityin
departed this life on April water. GO'13 NW 24th Ave.
21, 1961. her April 16. and She is survived by HI 6-1266. LOELY CBS Big Florida it. We will finance It. Call

Sweet are the memories, that Mr. and son Mrs. Willie daughter-in-law Franklin room, tile roof, awnings, houseis NE 3.3198 or 6915851. Callor
never fade of one we love but >!wo sisters, Mrs. Lucille Hicks, FURNISHED 1-bedroom apt. immaculate. The nicest one see J. H. Barkley.
could not save a loving smile and Mrs. Near buses and Grandway, nice on the block. $400 down andmonth.
and a happy mace broken link brothers two Shirley Beans, six and quiet for a single or young $83 ve.PL ReBltl' 4932 3095 NW 52nd St.
we could never replace. Always several nieces and nephewsand couple. 1225 NW 56th St NW 7th Open ,r"' Indl'
In our hearts. Sundays.
sister in
a law Mrs. Mamie
Richard Graham, l/rother -' .. - - -..,
Bryant. Services Saturday/ at - - -" - - --- - "
Maggie feaster, sister 3 p.m. at. St. Paul AME Church
a host of relatives
friends Rev. Jacob C. Kelley offi
ciating. She will He In repose

Albert. . In PETE the chapel ROBINSON 2 p.m of Friday.833 NW i Better'Nomes Are Being BuiltIn

Funeral services for Roscoe 4th Ave. died April 17. He is
Chavis, 2250 W. 6th Ct., Hlaleah survived by his father and
who died April 9 were held in other relatives of Gainesville
the chapel April 16. 3:30: p.m. where he will be shipped for Richmond Heights
A pioneer cJtIetot the Hlaleah final rites.
area, his survivors Include a
.daughter\ and four sons.
Baby Boy Dupont son of Mr.
MRS. GLADYS SNELL 1131 and Mrs. Howard Dupont, died
NW 5th Ave., died April 10 a few hours after birth April Watch Them Being BuiltV
and was funerallred April 15 in I7r Graveside services"Monday
the Church of God in Christ, In Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. ,
Elder Elliot officiated Survivors '
Are _a daughter, Mrs. Iris :,

Wilde,;Roy six ,sons Sam John and, Seymour Rudolph;, Richardson . Hf! 11225 Washington Boulevard --

seven sisters and a brother. WILLIAM LEWIS of St. Pet- -
rsburch died at the Veterans 4-BEDROOMS FULL TILE BATHS
i REV. ANDREW J. STEWART Administration Hospital April
died in his home, 1837 NW 68th 14. He I survived by a sister,
Terr, April 12. A sister, brother Mrs. Gertrude Jones. The body LARGE FAMILY ROOM CARPORT
several nieces survive. Ser was shipped to the McRae Funeral
vices conducted April 16 at St. Home in St. Petersburg
John Baptist Church. where services will Ha held Sun
day. 11215 Washington Boulevard

NW 74th St. died April'141 His JOHN BYRD, of
survivors Include eight broth Dayton, Ohio, tormerlf' 13. FULL 2 STORYHOME
ers and three sisters. Chapel The body was shipped to the ;
services will be conducted' Saturday WUhem- hurton Funeral Living room large dining room, extra large kitchen,
at 1:30: p.m. and he will Home In St. Petersburg where .
be on view from 4 p.m. Friday. full military services were held '
Friday. 3 I tremendous bedrooms with loads of closets.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lorlan THEODORE> ROBERTS, of ..._.___.... f
Mallary of 10705 Old Cutler 1017 Meridian\ Ave. died at his
Road, died April 14. Chapel ser residence on April 14. He LARGE LOTS HIGH AND DRY
vices were held April 17,. leaves to mourn a wife and sis
with burial in Paradise. Tree ter. Arrangements are incom ..,.-.-.... .
sisters and a brother also survive plete.

/ Penn-Georgia Co. Inc. -' ';, ,

:1565 NW 68th Terr. died April .
'14. Her mother, Mrs. Christine MARY C. JOHNSON, 10-( BUILDERS PHONE 238.0737 j/:

,Bookhardt, a son, a daughter, year-old daughter of Mrs. Willie
:a brother and two aunts sur'Vive. Ada Sams of 271 NW 10th .,_". -. .... .
"- Se"rvtces-'will be held. In Sty died April15.. "Arrangement1is .. ? -.- .. : " / ',r .-: 7: I
the chapel Friday at 2 p.m.bfRSt : Incomplete. Survivor in aldltloix - :

to her mother include a'step'father ... " FHA. FINANCED BY ,. .
Louis Sams, ''one''

NW 5th VIOLA place, died HANNA April, 2065'16. 'brother, Terry Mayes; grand-' MORTGAGE CO Inc.

Services' Saturday, 3:30: p.m. in 'father well as, Eugene several other Kimbrough NELSON :,
the chapel. She is survived by .
her father, a daughter, Muriel,
S.W. 27th Avenue
three sons, Patrick, Frederickand 299
Herbert; three sisters and Support NAACP
two Brothers. She will lie In

repose In the chapel 5 p.mFri- JOIN NOW! I
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\' THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. Weight ControlAll Negroes Dilemma: No
of a sudden it's spring.

U You love the new styles, but Training No Jobs
t' Mays Students In Knights of Pythias you've let your weight get a
i control. Will (Excerpted below Is testi- school. Their policy is very
little out of you
f i, I Science Fair And CalantheGleam buy the next larger size? or mony given before Miami hearings simple of just not findingany
Florida Advisory Negroes are eligible
""I I' The Florida State Science be smart and buy the April of the . Preparation for
r of Hope Lodge No 18, Committee on Civil Rights) registered
! Fair sponsored by the Florida Ladles' Home Journal? Then nurses is given at Jackson Memorial -
I I Foundation for Future Scien Sir Walter Belle, chancellor,
; read its special section on "I am Florence Williams, a Hospital and Dado
,, \ tists and the University of will meet April 25. weight control. Borrow some Director of the Community Relations County Junior College. Neither

! J I Tampa 3-0 was at the held Florida in Tampa State Royal Palm Lodge No. 84, courage from three women and Council withe Florida, which Council is affillated school officially bars Ne-
cured of but neither school has
; two men who were groes
\ j Fair Grounds in the Electrical chancellor
Abram Grace Jr.
Relations . The
" overweight this year, and whose on accepted Negro applicants Ltnd-
! Building. met last week, April 15. stories ,the Journal tells you Council has been interested In! sey Hopkins School has a
I I";. Along with 27 Superior Ex. Faith of Hope Lodge No. 32, Then consult the article called' problems of integration' in the! Hotel Training Division but
' {1 hibits from the South Florida met April 16; Lily of The Valley the "Comforting Truth About Greater Miami area. There Is a Negroes are not enrolled In
j I Regional Science Fair were twp Juvenile Court met April 17. Exercise," and compare the ac general pattern of discrimination these courses. In electronicsthe
I \ from Mays SeniorI' tivity in your life with the which prevents Negroes requirements include cal
High School, Booker T. Rice, Votary Charles Blankley: was healthy norm. from obtaining employment in culus and no Negro high school
a senior, and Edward J. Cohen, made grand mogul of Ahmed areas in which training is es gives a course in calculus. In
a junior. Rice presented Dade Temple No. 2. And read the Informative report sential, and they are barred aviation the same factor would
County In the Botany category. of low-calorie foods. You'llfind from this training . The "
and Cohen in the Physic cate- The drawing of the ticketsfor dieting isn't the bore, or building trade unions no long. apply.
gory. These students along the weekend in Miami the chore, it once was. It's all er use the public schools for
with their sponsor, Mrs. Nettie Beach at the world famous in the special weight control
Cook-Dove were the guests of Roney Plaza and Sun CluW was section of the Ladies' Home their beginning and apprentice Join NAACP!
Mr. and Mrs. C. Blythe Andrews postponed until a later date. Journal for April. training, but conduct their own
Sr., while attending the fair. .

Mrs. Andrews gave her guestsa __w............."'_...._ H ........ .>> _.-.,.",,__ -___.. ...... L..,,.....,._..',...._."" _...._ H. ., ,, .,.,",..__
'. '", ' m 'v' .n"'""' '* "rw""j''f": "" '*,:<.'f..Y'T'Y\ ")"v. "v" :"<"' "_";j;'{'"" "<" : n.
tour of the Florida Sentinel] -:<* "" >>.i,. ', . ')< ;J( H .V' n
"' .:. Af. :+-.i &:" ;; ( :.r 1."v 7' : :
,,' ''; ,' ""W cr. <-'tp.):; ,, '\'. ''sXi ; ;jJ\t: :: :
as a part of their educational " '" .,, "" """' un.. 'y >,,* 1iiI\f: ,;"". u ,> .<.iW.S".<<:.... _" '''' : .. ""' ._r,
Rice and Cohen reported that
their contact with students,,
teachers, and evaluators thru-
out the state invaluable.It WIN A FREE :

was gratifying to Rice who
has made his final entry in
science fairs to receive an
"Honorable Mention Award" in ALLEXP'ENSEHOLIDAY
such keen competition on the
state level. The awards were
presented in a special awards

program in the Falk Auditor.
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The Social Security Admin. '? for.$100 andchoose
istration pays three types of
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group of benefit payments goesto ChM t. y J '', of these beautiful gifts '
retired persons both men
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second largest group represents 1 1 :
survivors of workers who have
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18, qualified disabled children Savings and Loan Association of Miami,
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husbands. Survivors benefits corner of 10th ,Street and 3rd Avenue. ,,
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by the help of you may be, the winner of a magnificent,

God. Let my Nassau holiday.
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help yon
In business and '
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love. Saturdays, 9 A.M. to Noon H'' Dividend I
Your psychic and friends for 80 Rats
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1657 NW 73rd St. r
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Miami, Fla. SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI :, j' 110.000.y an egtncy of 1!

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The Northwest Center of the I SATURDAY APRIL 20 1963
: ,
RE55RCHIE Miami YWCA Is calling all wo PAGE 15
men and girls to share In the

21st new exciting Ave.headquarters plans for its at future 5100 NW In Youth Hall Salute to WMBM fToo I

There are cheerful attractive much cannot be said in named activities, Miss Callo-
PINDCR [] ly decorated small meeting praise and gratitude for the way directs the Talent Show
rooms, crafts room, kitchen facilities wonder-work WMBM Is doingat and Birthday celebration with
in both
buildings, recreation
Youth Hall. Miss Blanche the
able assistance of Mrs.
----- building adequate for larger
VALLES' show on 'occasion, the Honorable Joe meetings, teenage dances, Calloway, chairman of WMBM's Cherry Mills-Boyer. Again, the
Station WMBM is truly worth Boyd, Metro Commission chair dinners, etc. and large outdoor Community Services, works detainees look forward with
listening to any hour If you man Richmond Hts. Pioneer area. Your interest Ideas, help tirelessly spearheading and eager anticipation to the time
are a jazz fan, special kicks are Civic and Social Club will be and welcome.your participation are most keeping in motion the many when they can show their many
We hope to have phases. of Volunteer Services promising abilities .
here for you. The way China; looking forward to seeing you classes to help you grow;" clubs geared to rehabilitation and
makes live artists of every spin at its fifth anniversary dance for fun and service; health education enjoyment of our detainees: WM7JM Is playing an unassuming
Is terrific. This surpasses al at the Knight Beat Wednesday, to keep you fit (an even- She has secured the services of role to curb Juvenile delinquency
dj ratings. On China show you May 20 , Miami Beauticians ing sllmnastics class will begin Sunlight' Beauty School along by active participation -
Can picture each artist there inperson. Unit. No. 7 Is planning its 23rd April 23 8 weeks' at $0.50)), with Mrs. M. Muldrow and her and help.
His historical background anniversary tea at Dixie Park world fellowship religious emphasis workers who keep our girls "Our hats off to WMBM."
gives each presentation audit May 5 4 to 8 . The St. and public affairs to beautified and hatmv.
a Wallop of pod showmanship Luke's Male Chorus Musical keep you abreast of what Is hap- - -
ahd one that s truly Worth lis Extravaganza church t for. pening today. Students from the Miami Dick Gregory
tening to even after midnight, May 24 at the on 55th St. The major objectives of the Barber College are on hand
PgPRINd > :MiNORTHWESTERN. YWCA arc to help the every Tuesday to groom the
---- Recording Sale
TiME.) & TEA; TiME Seniorpiny and community through serve, boys, and Mrs. Sarah Yaeger on
The Mikado', will havea Information education and Mrs Sadie Vincent hold
THE tilltfATEli t Miami recreation *
t@r of links are chapr two-day run April 25 and 20 and social action. *e Invite sewing classes on Tuesdays, at Here NAACP Says
mailing Jn-
; which time the make
rites tb theU'}* annual Tea :at the auditorium. It's n.Gllbert you to stop In and look over our girls
atVhich time Spring and Sullivan brainchild . outline of proposed programsand dresses, blouses, pot holders Robert W. Saunders, NAACP
the community they present of to BTW Thespians Troupe presented see where you would like and many other ,Useful things. Florida field secretary, said
talehted youth at some Miami Northwestern our "The Night of January to fit in. You have proltobly Mrs. Pearl Wilson gives her that he has\ on hAnd a limited
IGth" which was highly praised. known the YWCA at some time services three times per week supply of Dick Gregory's recording
audit Sat.
May 25 . .
supervising physical ed and "
Dade County School Lunch- courtroom drama In In your life at first hand or "My Brothers Keeper.
room Ass'n annual Tea will : three acts was another of James .h.-eh.... t'>.. ."Ionrt".."'.....,. on"A.,. uo..ow .vv lnnf, 13 games The record sells for $1.GO and
feature Fashions' in eview, Washington's great productions. new frontiers In the Northwest YMCA Workers come each all proceeds are earmarked for
May 10 at Carver YMCA . ------PB YWCA Center, we should like to Thursday and Mr. Sparks and the Gregory Foundation
The Leach t Art and Cultural i ....VIEWING the roster of the welcome the women and girlsof Mr. McCasklll teach ceramics. "The Foundation," he said,
ClUb has' selected the home of "Faith Gettogether td Improve the community both as par. Many beautiful finished products "will use funds raised from the
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Jones, Race Relations" I noticed nd tlcipants and persons who volunteer are on display In the sale of the records to help pay
1511 NW 51st Terr. for its bene- mention of representatives from knowledge of community lobby at Youth Hall. The for food being sent to those
fit Scholarship Fund Garden Christ the King Catholic needs and resources, enthusiasm YWCA Is/ represented by Mrs. persons In LeFlore County,
Party, Sunday, April 28. Church of Richmond Hts., imagination, time, energy and Holland who comes each first Miss where government sur
-PB which Is truly the one place skill to make the wheels go Thursday with many interesting 'plus food supplies have been
DADE faith and relation is displayed 'round.In things for the children to cut off because of voter reglatratlon .
Young Democratic daily. Truthfully speaking we the YWCA staff membersand do. activities.
Ass'n's annual Calendar don t have another In Miami volunteers form a partnership
Tea this Sunday, April 21 at with such a congregation. Fr. each suplementing the Col. Claude Clark of the Urban Records may tAj purchased
the Mary Ellabzeth's Blrdland J. Swift is doing,: a remarkable other. Jointly they carry responsibility League Hoard counsels from Rudy's TV Center, corner
Room. Guest speaker for the Job for fulfilling the with the detainees i every Friday G8th St. and 15th Ave. or from
purpose and administering thepi I night. He holds the interest the NAACP office, BOO NW 3rd
UK'uu.Our nnd gives them good incentiveto Ave, For reserved copies pleasncall
I apathy Which bt our world immediate need Is for volunteers return to a normal society. FR 4-5031.,
Phil Ossofer Says to the brink die 3stcr. to serve as program Saturday Mrs. Walker Mrs.
. Some too have certain aides specialists clerical -
JeWs, program Johnson, Isaac Moore, Robert
.. rniscoticeptidrts. They believe assistants hostesses and Davis and other ministers ;Meet jour filends{ at
I attended a j wish Tea 1""S'U that it.was. hot the ,Jews, but club leaders of preteen and teenage the spiritual side, teaching supply
k' service last week, re- the Romans, who t crucified groups, Informal and struc the Sunday School lesson with CAL'S LOUNGE ANDRESTAURANT
hewing my acquaintance\ with Christ. Had they studied the tured. interesting and provocative dis
the age-old ritual fiymbolizlnj New Testament, they would TINY TEEN TIME cussion. Hymn singing Is a
the hlstbry of Judaism from have discovered that certain Girls 812 years, come !in to good part of this program.On Food tit ll<< bent"
W3t| to the Promised Land I Jewish priests, (not Judaism as the YWCA Center and sign up Von hntt'I..c! the. leM
Was born of Jewish parents, but a whole) were responsible for now! For fun in sewing and Sunday Rev. Savoy and Now try the bent( '
after 40 years of wandering In this act, and that the Romans cooking, games, skating and Rev. Rock faithfully exhort Continuous service fioin n II.MI
the wilderness of indifference merely carried it out for political other activities! Saturdays beginning during vesper and here again to' a.m.
reasons April 13 at 0 am. For much enthusiasm Is displayedby 6010 N.W. 22nd Ave.
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When An Slimnastics
certain led evening
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by blaming all Jews for the ,.
being chairman of tho above and Nellie
will the Northwest 'Y'
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a study of the Scriptures I crucifixion, causing a greater
found Chr Old Center on April 23 at 8pm. Fees
the rift between the two religions. --- ----
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New Testament, His truths is a greater study of both rell# Plus' membership. Mrs. Carrie TV SERVICE HOME CALLS $2.50 H HWe
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MIA, -, TIMES MIAMI, FLA." 1 Northwest YWCA YMCA Skill Baseball Classes

PACEt16 ". SATURDAY APRIL 20, 1963 Dedication SundayFifteen ,: :'

...... For- 27 r .
...-. ". J'I. I G ... ..,.."...... ..-'.."'....-. years of planning. and Set April ; : ,:,
become reality Sunday -
effort will '
c ci"j' i ; The most interesting feature competent trained leadership, ;
21 the Great
P April ; when- : '' i will be maintain* :
Women's 'of :kfce a W. t Crve' Branch,: Instructions "
LOOKING THE '.. __ i6r Miami Young \ ,edon .,an individual and sinful
A' i dedicates ,"New .Frontiers/program# :
-" .., Christian s&elaflon MCA batHs; Instruction'.is :
-- it' class gear* .
dfJCs: ,
i"j' f its new' Northwest Center located Is the inauguration:, sports '
j at '5100: NW' 21st Ave. skill training classes ItfW'<.youngi ed to "the elementary "school'
SPORTS WORLD OVER. : i I "For; ,',the:'YWCA, a United steps 8 tq 1? years"Qf" age The, age youth's, cababilitfea, .with''Y
., 1 Fund;' member. If* & project ,fee is* .((0; eiiFSn. r: little' emphasis Upon competition \'
---.. bts"a major aCcomplishment first, in, a series of skill trainIng Ut( the course ;Physical .
.... '-:: ..,. By LEO ARMBRISTER '. ). in the Y's,program W classed for 'this age group Skills also ar6Y J taught but attitudes' , (
... .serve' all areas and: youth insaid will and' will In- ore being; developed.
.DaUcCoimty'' elude the basic:. fundamentals
;Mrs. RoW-- Classes' will begin Saturday
OOOOGOCI a aGCI a a a-Do.
es C4. ert F. KuhHs73CWCA presTdent.oPen ." br.-this popular sport. Batting, April 27 and will be held each
House and dedication fielding, base running, sliding Saturday morning through
Cyril Miller Offers HealthyRecreation ; ceremonies are scheduled for pitching and .e strategy demonstrationsand < will be June 15 at Orchard :Villa Elementary -
I Sunday at 3 pm. taught through School' 'Ball Fleld,>
"In this particular area, the actual game play. ,
Youth .Information and
Program For Dade For
Miami Northwest Center will The program'iaic ed by educators applications, contact the Carver .
serve many Negro, white'and and parents ,alike, is de-
Recent headlines that bonny colt, Is making' Candy Spots{ Is Cuban families who otherwise signed to provide specialized l 'instructions Branch YMCA,. 5770 NW
Liston visited his former Inmate ; pow sporting a 6-0 record witha would have. to travel long dis in baseball'through fl' 5th Ave., OX, 60231.Got () .
most important win over tances to find a YWCA," she
friends of the prison
Never Bend at Chicago1 the -
he took time out to said.This
where reform 4357,250 ArlingtonWashingtonuturity
and set himself right wIth Sept 8. I three and facility one-fourth is located acres on of a: Spare Room you ,want :to Rent? '

"that society Listen is very, the significant king. of the In Candy,Spots,who Is, schedul-- ground wlhlch provide> ample Try:' A Miami Times Classified.. ., Ad
outdoor for
*C d to start '-once mora before space a summer "f4.i
world has nulled himself
boxlnsr the big day could be. the 8th day camp which will '''be' run
Ruch despalrlnfcr position
from heights'a horse in 50 years to start in this summer beginning June I
and to the admiration. of achievement "the Derby witha clean record. 17. The property is located im FORD REAL ESTATE SPECIALS"I
Morvlch and Regret":in :1915 1 mediately adjacent to a small
There are numerous occa* were the only two horses too Dade County Park which will Call us today' We have the home for you. Over 300
''on where: good, wholesomer ? in and-out-of-aj-Derby: un- also provide additional outdoor
hoc been the strong beaten.. wXii ;._ ,.;.> facilities for serving this neighborhood to choose, from. Down payments start at $100
arm on which' a wayward Mv ,. .
or girl needs to lean to stranff- Native Daner'wh! ; "'Was 'unbeaten "We are a membership organization 1-1644 N/W. ,,Slat Street $20 week
then themselves in the hard In 11 starts going into and people Will have to 2-bedroom house with front porch and carport.
fla11t toward the goal of, good the "'Derby was upset by, Dark become members Itt order to
Ask for
1953. Large lot. Down payment only $200. ,
citizenry. Star in 'The only trace the 1 use the facilities, however, we
great Native Dancer ever lost also visualize the of Maury for this one.
use o u r
Cyril of Miller the ,Bunche competent Bowling: manner center by community groups ona 2-2973 N.W., 61st Street $250 down '$20 week

Lanes ha* considered the problem ANDREWS JEWELERS. rental basis, whenever spaceis CBS home with front Florida room. 'No 'quali-
of the many juveniles In not" being used by the members fying. Move right in. Ask .for Milton for this one.
Mrs. Kuhns commented.
our neighborhood" who are mak. EXPERT WATCH AND
,Insr such a great effort to Win CLOCK REPAIRS During national YWCA week 3-3024' N.W. 57th Street: $200down $85 Mo. '
the bMtlp against' delinnuency: 40 Years In Business (April 21-28)) the Northwest 3-bedrooms, large utility'' room; large lot. Move,
moved with their plight and All work guaranteed YWCA Center plans roller skat- right in. House is empty'
Ing' and games for 'youth after
the need to keep these boys
and girls: on the right path he I 303 N.W. ,2nd Ave. school each day to acquaint 4-3079 N.W.-.55th' Street $495 Dn. '- $22:50.Wk.
has oo ned his! howling) lanes youngsters' In the area' with 3-bedroom, 2 bath, CBS beauty. Lrrge( living
to manv youth bowling 1 FR 34)152 the center and its services '
pro.! room. Move right in.
pram activities. The most recent -
is the organizing of the 5-4001 N.W. 19th'Ave $30 week
Dade County School Bowling: : 3-bedlroom, 2 bath Good for 2, families, 2 kitchens .

League i 2 entrances.
The ]league is opened to all'
schools In Dade and everything
Is Gratis balls, shoes, lanes BRAND NEW 3.BEDROOM HOMES
and expert instructions The SERVICE CALLS .$1.00 Down payment start at $500
onlv renulslte that each school'
rrnuo be chaperoned. Parents Day or NightWe We have 20 lot location .to choose from in

this' is rood wholesome recrea Liberty City and Opa' 'locka ,
tion at better than a bargain Service All Makes of
and 'Is worth the few minutesit
takes to Investigate. HI-FI's and STEREOSWe WE' BUY SELL TRADE

GOLF'S fART.TNA! RICHEST 2ftOOOO PURSE OPEN Also Rent Open Every Nite 'Til 8 p.m.

The Carllng: Brewing Co. who TV by the week or Month Open Saturday and! Sunday

has for the nast ten vears, sponsored -

in an the Open United Golf States Tournament Is- 907 .2nd AVENUEPhone Ford Realty Inc.

out-dotng itself and beginning ,
In 1964 will]] sponsor an Inter-
national Tourney worth $200 FR 4.2044 569 N.W. 54th Street PL 7.2559GOODCREDIT

000. This is the largest tourneyever ...
and will give the winner J
$ !).OOO to play with; a Midwest
course is likely to be host to MN'HS ChorusPresent.
thta annual; event with the
,United States again host in 1965 "The SOMETHING NEW FOR MIAMI .
then Great Britain in 1966.

"A field of 140 Is expected to ,Mikado"! REPO DEPOBANKFINANCE
compete regardless of race -
creed,or'. color with 35 or 40 of The Miami NorthwesternSenior
these being foreigners.To High School Chorus will

date the Masters carried present "The' Mikado" by Gilbert -
and Sullivan, Wednesday,
the biggest purse' of $112,000
but come October the Phlladelphla ., and Thursday, April 24 and 25
Open will top that with at" 8 pm in ,the ,auditorium,

rled$125.000 by, the altho Masters the prestige never will car! 7007 Appearing NW 12th as Ave., principals forth >I50.000 WORTH Of FINE CARS MUST BE SOLD FOR BALANCF DOE

be topped. session are Thomas Byron,
Kenneth Johnson James Col- NO CASH NEEDED TO QUALIFV
WILL BE, son, Reginald Alice
ON CANDY. SPOTS ON. Day,.Sandra'.FoxHosa Shorter

DERBY It was DAY 41-. years .ago..' :when. Diane and Nancy.' Jacqueline Heed Corker Camllle, Janice Armbrister.Seymour, Kelly Ii 1 NO CREDIT' I BAD I CRtDIT 1 CO-SIGNER .

Morvlch a California, colt
'wtUt Dont '
to. the post in the ''Kentucky\ miss this stellar perfor

.Derby unbeaten and now, with director mance. Arthur of the Evans the 62 ( $ $1021 $42 47
month the Louisville Classic JUSa '*? $d'It1L1? $ $iIiI1 $1011 $40 It
away racing fans are
Choir A! $ $ $ ; $421 $2771
:watching every move Cand <<; Anniversary !
Spots, another Cal1tornlat1cq"Mary's 61 ( $ $ $ $ 319 $1117
'The No. 2 choir of the Mt.
Cleaners starting Fyiday.'w1t11: a 'Hwslcai UN "i*
program and..Sunday.Rev.r.W. E.. ni MO 01 Ml
Sims front, Friendship Baptist -.9 MUD $1389 $441/ '61 MON7A $ $ 749 $21.71 '.,...
and .Laundry Church will ---preach'theaunt.versar M CHlVBOin $ 597 $21.93 S iHEVROIflS171 jijp..flLiUI : $ $1292 $4712
y..sermon. .Everyone is 60 MUD $52.76 U fORP i $ 397 $11.21
."Clean Clothes Last Lon..iirt" Invited Minnie Stephens.. pro S9 CADILLAC $1963 $64.75 S PONli\( $ 219 $14.91
.; gram cmintte4: S1s- E'ekl4 ...
", ' FREE' PICK UP ,AND. ......''f'DELIVERY .. R1iRards4p. ;;pr/silent, ;' ; 'J4' .\'". tl, BANK FINANCING FINANCE MGR. ON LOT
"t t. ..'C.... ; ; 1THE
SERVE' .tar,......, w4 .tPDING': -81gL. ,'RI;'.. 'fi, .I
One day service if desired Miss l Carllnet-iifeya-n Simon

5832 NW' 12th Ave, Sunday Anthony at Kight"weremarried 4, p.m. 'at Temple Nw42nd AVE.IEJIUNE .
Baptist Church. Attendants
ware Mrs. Florida J., Bryant IL4T11I' ( RD.)
\ ', Phone 7583151INDR, and Simon Klghta 'brother :of 634-7621
the bridegroom.' The, ceremony.

'. was performed .'by- the...,0cv."L,. CALL FOR INFORMATION ANY TIMf
A..r' TnompsohT': "' ,* .


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