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Title: Miami Times
Uniform Title: Miami Times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: April 27, 1963
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Volume ID: VID00699
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The Times 0"0 Changed<< and we are Changed With Them


BrownsvillelResidents IStone's Murder Suspect Freed I

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:!'" HELD 27 DAYS NW 14th St., was freed In the without a hearing.He .
In Area ;: December murder of George said that the prisonerwas
Fight Bar Stone, a grocer, when the key not able to contact an attorney
prosecution witness his until a relative got hold
girl-friend, Lillian Smith -; of him.
Leaders of the Brownsville within 2,500 feet of a church
pleaded the Fifth Amendment "The sole purpose for this
Improvement Association said and ''elementary school, Adams against Incriminating herself. man being held is to prevent
last week they will go before said. him from getting in touch with
Jailed for 27 without a
Commission to appealthe days The hearing took two hoursto
Metro Hyman said he bought the his brother who is being held
hearing, Ralph Mcintosh was
granting of a variance fora get started as the police
with the under- in '
liquor store county Jail as a parole violator
freed Wednesday of a first degree --
bar In their area. standing that he could obtaina murder charge. went to the wrong Jail for Mc- ," argued Peller,
Intosh, then the took
bar license, and that the bar wagon
Neal Adams, president of the would stop people who have Assistant State more than an hour to bring Detective Mike Gonzales }
association;. said the group Attorney him to Judge Ferguson's court. stated that McIntosh
was arrested
been in the habit of drinkingIn George Orr said a "breakdown'
blocked the 'bar application sue
room. March 28 and an Information
parked cars. In paper work kept McIntosh
cessfully before the zoning Defense Atty. Richard Pellet was filed five days later
from appearing a Judge
board but lost when the actionwas Adams contended that the
I sooner. An appeal by relativesto while waiting for McIntosh with Judge Ferguson's/ office.
appealed. I bar operation would Increasethe the American Civil Liberties, to appear, argued that the But the accused was never i
Leaders In the Brownsville crime rate and will be harm.. Union brought about the quick' case should be dismissed because served with a warran t nor
the moral being of children
ful to action. I' of "a gross miscarriage Wrought before the Judge be-
have fought efforts to establish
area bars in their residential In the area. The group will of Justice" In letting the defendant cause of confusion, the detec .
appeal the zoning board s decision McIntosh who lived at 3GGB stay In Jail so long tive said.
neighborhoods for 25 years. on :May 0, he said, add-
I IFederal
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Irvin Hyman operator of ing: -
Goldie's Liquor Store, 3226 NW "We hope our appeal will TEACHERS GET I
32na Ave, rs appncant for the save the community from ugly Agents Grab 'I
variance, which, If granted, sights of bar fights shootingand $500 PAY HIKE (
would result in the bar being cuttings."
-.. .. between TALLAHASSEE spending -and' The income gap: Top 3 Numbers Operators

widened further Wednesday asa w
I compromise 50 million dollar Boltta operators in Dade' W. 9. Kennedy, said more than
NAACP ComesiBack'At PowellThe teacher pay raise won approvalof I County found out on Saturday $10,000 was confiscated. Krantz
the Senate Appropriations: that having a gambling stamp I said that the operators were
NAACP is distributing! and that Negroes should u< consider Committee. did not protect them from the using the U. S. gambling

a 12-page pamphlet attackingthe boycotting It. The money would provide! strong arms of the law. stamps as a shield, and that
Rev Adam Clayton Powell The pamphlet says that the Christian and Rainwater were
$500 a year raises for most of f U. S., agents swooped downon
New York Congressman, as a organiation Is run by a boardof the state's public ,school tea. Hialeah operating lotteries that netted
41 and 11 whites, Miami, Miami about million dollars I
Racist In reverse. Negroes chers, as compared to $200 a Heach and the unincorporatedareas two a
These words in black type elected by the members' of the year provided' under the 20 of the county, and arrest. tive year "And" that's a conserva ('
branches. he added.
from the Book of Genesis ap I million contained in the Hous ed 20 persons for bookmaking guess,
pear on the cover: "Negro Americans have been i Appropriations bill and bollta I operations. FBI agents on Monday arrested -
"And the Lord God called fighting quotas and tokenism: The committee also tacked H. T. Rainwater, reputed -
all their lives and now the $5.5 million amendment to the Three of the big names In
unto Adam and said unto him, Dade County bollta king and
congressman 'wants to apply, appropriations bill for a Sun the "numbers" racket were father of
Where Art Thou? Jack T. Rainwater.
them to people whose skin. land Training' Center for men netted in the raid: Jack Till- He
The pamphlet quotes the happens to be white," it says., i tally retarded children In Dade man Rainwater, Donald O. Finder was fraud charged against the specificallywith f

Phophet Isaiah,'and'tfSt ?Paul's > "We' tteu>ve, black racism is, County. and James C. Christian. ment by making a false govern-application
Epistle to the Romans to show as, bad' white. racism, or yel, The new appropriations will
that Powell- IB 1 'betraying'' his low 'racism or brown racism." bb submitted as separate committee Sheldon Krantz, assistant to for a' charter boat license -
race and his religion. It says. I amendments when the Justice Department Attorney in 1DG9.

t Powell has been bitterly attacking "If Adam Clayton Powell, an appropriations bill Is brought to
the NAACP. In his elected national legislator will the floor for discussion and
latest outburst in March he have some of racism then de possible vote.
said the organiatlon was "con mocracy is betrayed," says the The pay raise amendment Did Girl At Youth Hall "

trolled"; by its white membersAlexanderKennedy pamphlet. totaled 50264000. "I'

.. Really Die Of Suffocation? 1,

T ; r:19a I Man Killed'in Car Crash County Medical ExaminerJoe Dr. Davis said preliminary

Davis said Wednesday that Indications that asthma may
A 38.year-old man was, killed died of head and Internal injuries a 14-year-old girl found dead have caused her death were
Saturday at 2:30: a.m. .when March 8 In a dry bathtub at discounted by later finding.
he was thrown from hid car Youth Hall apparently suffocated "All of the final tests are
in .a' collision at NW 10th. Ave. Addle M. Bloodsaw, 34, of j after falllng.j consistent with a finding of
and Hth St. 410 NW 8th St., passenger In j asphyxiation but the, circum-
Brooks' car, received minor injuries Marlon Gray, of 1145 NW stances aren't clear," he said.
Edgar Brooks Jr., .,:of .5517 j and was treated at Jack nth Ave, was found slumpedin "She seems to have fallen in
.NW 14th Ave.. was the victim., son Memorial Hospital. the bathtub four minutes such a way that her head was
_:Miami Homicide Detective with after an aide had seen her walk- lodged against the wall at an s
Charles Shepherd said Brooks Melton was charged ,Ing from her room to take a angle that, blocked the air pas- c
reckless driving for running a
Iwas; going west on 54th. St. shower sage."
when his car collided with another red light.JVEW I
car headed north'on JOth I rI

Melton Ave. and 35,driven of 505'NW by ,Simon 10th Ave P. ORLEANS 13 Out of 100 Negroes Should

The impact sent Brooks' ve I
hide spinning, and, he Was BIAS MIGHT
-thrown. . to, .the street where ho 1 Be On Federal Payroll HereThe

SEND LEGION President's Committeeon ties especially''' Negroes is

KING 'O'HEARTS' Equal Employment Opportunity "v+ery limited" In. the many
Miami based federal offices and
MEET HERE started a three-day sea
don here Wednesday to see conditions .are "little changed."
.'> ,OWNfcR A flarcup among' American progress Area offices previously have
:. i Legionnaires this week over made since it met last rear been told to give Negroes, priority .
John Lomela of
Engagement I Jr. owner
;segregation in New Orleans
iheKlng Oilcan Club at :6000 ( John Hope IF; assistant executive when hiring new person.
the that Miami
The, engagement of Willie M, NWJ 7th. Ave was accidentally< .raised Beach possibility might become the director of the committee nel until the percentage of Negroes
wounded Mid the use'of minoritlon employed is the same as
Alexander to Charles xL. Ken shot and seriously site for their 1063 ;
emergency: it ta in the particular
; community
announced her while talking with 'four plteemen'
t nedy'Is being by convention.The .
parents Mrs. Williams-Alexan parked,In'la,,car, early Monday -r at large.
p der and Surle Alexander, own morning.,.. confab Is scheduled for officer said the Pennsyl- This should mean ,that 13 out
A er of Alexander ;and Dulba Sept 0-12 In New Orleans. But vanla Department had requested
: of 100 federal shouldbe
closed jobs
Lomelo''had every
Plumbing Contractors.Miss "Police. the Times-Plcavune: of that city a thorough investigation of
of the ,his club and:was on his way said that the Pennsylvania Legion the matter and that a report filled by Negroes In Dade
Alexander Alexander second stet for a' snack when he .saw the Department has expressed would probably he mad at the County, according to census
four .charming officers who included Lt. Sherman
concern about segregated hotels annual meeting May 1.2 in In. figures.
valedictorian of t 1e
ters was JIol and.Lomelo .
'" and restaurants there dianapolis.
class for HUh of 57.School and a Delta ,:walked'' over to" the which would. affect ,Negro members "MIami Beach certainly The largest federal t employer +

Debutante. She was graduated car and leaned, Into the, win- would be in the running," here .is the Post Office depart: .
last year from Hubbard Hospital dow to talk'to them. At be did. A state official at Baton Oberlin said, "In ease the con meet which has Increased It*,
of Meharry Medical Col police said a had 1 plitol Rouge was quoted as saying vention commission decides to number of Negro workers by
lege with highest honors. Cur- which Lomelo tucked in that while Louisiana law did cancel 1 out the New Orleans orders from Washington. .
rently, she serves as t staff his belt fell out, on the street not require hotel segregation, date."
at Hubbard. Mr, KeHuMjr! aadit,discharged. Lomelo was ,
nurse "it has been a long standing
senior medical student at\Me wounded 'In the, chest. In 10CO the Legionnaires last
a harry Js the son of Mr. and T Theclubowner, 35,: 5545 NE practice"At met in Miami, but have not Big NAACP Rally
Mlwni Place'was"listed in fair national head-
Mrs. Kennedy of Charlotte. N. ;, Legion
wedding condition 'at Jacfcsoiu{Memorial quarters in Indianapolis William met.hi. New Orleans for 41
summer ..
C. An early ... May .2nd JVlt. Zion
being planned. Hospital: W. Oberlin, public,jela- years. ,,'. '))1r


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Don't Play Down Beauty School Delegates

PACE 2 SATURDAY APRIL 27, 1963 Seriousness ofUnemployment

--Chatter. That Matters-- We refer to a recent new(Blasts Cab Discourtesy

._ story In another newspaper"Don't in Get . "You act like you're from Georgia .
said. Apology
- - - - -.,;)o"-' - - - - ---- which the headline ." He then ordered
Blame Exile: For Joblessness, her to
ALMA WADE MANX and her ZIon Baptist Church. The inspiring Say Negro Clerics." A protest over the rude treatment get her own transportation.

two cfettdren were here from sermon, The 20th Century I am sure that the gentlemenin of fiO delegates attendinga Upon arriving at the hotel
:few York City vtettfng h e r Church" wa* delivered by question meant welt It seems beauticians' convention in Miami where the second part of the!
wanted it undergtood -
shed Pastor Edward T. Graham. Invitation that they simply convention was to be
mother Wblkf In our city that did not like. last week by the starter held'
families to they
+se* *1 to take n brief jaunMAUDE requested be for the Yellow Cab Co. drewan Mrs. Joyner Immediately reported
III NalNu. attend the service as a group for the Negro to a about I embarrassed apology from the Incident to the convention -
and sit together. Many families the labor controversy
Bureau. Said she
the City Chamber of Com- ,
and took advan- the Cuban exiles.I
accepted note that the Democratic National
merce and a promised Investigation -
who has
of the am a white man
WILLIAMS and tage Convention Is
the Convention
all of by
close the Negro
been to
Claric/ Little are among the Bureau. Ing Miami Beach as a site for
delegate attending the Amerl my life, and I am sure that 1904. Since the two cities
Local of Alpha Chi are
chapter do not wantto
can Childhood Education: International entertained most white people The group was coming from adjacent It Is likely that manyof
Pi Sorority
meeting which is members from 44 states last make the Negro a scapegoat educated Daytona Beach, where the first the delegates and visitors
Miami Beach at in any matter. I refer to sessions of the United
convening on week when they convened for white Beauty would be using facilities in
the DeauvIJI' Hotel. These and well-read School Owners's and Teachers' .
their national meeting at the both places It would be regrettable
who wish to help the
charming ladles. decided to take House. people Association and Its affiliate or if some of the colored
full advantage of the meetingand Hampton Negro. We have a lot of white ganization, the Alpha Chi PI delegates would have to ex
the atmosphere by living people like that, and a lot of
Omega Sorority and Fraternitywere perience this kind of Insulting
on the Beach during the con MR. AND MRS. LaMar Jack- them are of Southern extraction held on the Campus of treatment."
vention. son (Catherine McCuIlough) too. In fact the Southern the Bethune Cookman College.
recently visited her mother, white man often can under. April Is an off-season time in
Mrs. Mamie McCuIlough, her stand a Negro's problems. Mrs. Marjorie Stewart Joy- Miami when the normal tour-
OUT OK TOWNEUS attend sister, Mrs. Macdcll Nealy and better than the white person ner, the National Supervisor of ist trade Is at a low point, and
ing the same meeting Include others of the McCullough clan. who is from other sections. the two bodies, lodged the com business men are especially
MrH. Jimmie Brashear of Dallas The Jacksons reside In Brook. That is due to long association plaint with City Officials after sensitive about offending pros.
Texas (Luguxta Colston's lyn. with colored people.As the: employee Identified as a pective trade. j
sister). Mr, La I km Hampton to the effect of the Cuban Mr. Mulligan, refused to assign
Hmlth of Daytona Beach; Mrs exiles on our local job situation the arriving passengers at the The beautician's: Greek letter
Grady Dlnklns i hi presidentand MRS. EUNICE: LIBERTY I am sure that it is sucha Seaboard Railroad Station to orders and the school owner's
Mr Charlotte Ford Clarke hostessed her sorority, Sigma real matter that few will dis the lower fare for group-riding Association were observing
U sponsor of the local ACEL. Gamma Rho on Saturday night. pute it. It affects not only the taxIcabs as requested by Mrs. their 18th anniversary. The
Welcome to our city, visitors! Sara Cherry is ba.sllcus! of the jobs of Negroes but those of Joyner. parent body was founded in
Miami chapter. whites as well. It just happensthat 1945 by Mrs. Joyner with the
there are probably more Instead, he Insisted that they sponsorship of Congressman
GET WELL WISHES TO: I colorer people affected than take limousine service at high. William L. Dawson of Illinois
Mr. Katcllo Cunningham, THE MANY FRIENDS of white people. That is certainlyno er prices. When Mrs. Joyner and the late Mrs. Mary Mc-
who has been ill in Jackson Ruth Polite are happy to know reflection on the colored ,remonstrated with him, he used Leod Bethune. There are chapters .
Memorial l Hospital for the past that she is up and out again person.. It is, however, a very abusive language, remarking In 44 states.
few weeks. MrR. Eva Mun after a brief illness in Cloverleaf real and established problem,
ningx, mother of Terry Parker Hospital.
and the Interests of colored
and Ir nora Taylor who Is also .._ _ _ CDEDICATORY
ill at Jackson. people in it should never be r Got a Spare Room you want to Rent?
minimized. City Hall politicians
., held on Sunday SERVICESwere for the would like to see it played Try A Miami Times Classified Ad

THIS IS NATIONAL LIBRARY Northwest Branch of the down. They are on the spot. I !
WEEK: The theme Is: Read, YWCA at Its new site on NW say we can't emphasize It
The Fifth Freedom Enjoy 20th Ave. and Gist St. Rev. McDowell enough. The colored man is not
it. In observance of this week delivered! the address helped by those who play down STAR MEAT MARKET
branches of our public library for the occasion. Members of the seriousness of his problems.

are sponsoring many activities. the 'Y' are quite pleased, for Yours
The Dixie Park branch invites they have long worked toward very trulyC.
the public to Its Open Houseon this goal. Milton McManeusDR. 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
Tuesday. This was a time .
for the public to acquaint
themselves with the services MR. AND MRS Wilbert Mc- M. RADIN e
and books which are available Khan had their second daughter
to them. Incidentally, have you Vilda Jo, christened on Sunday 10 a.m. 12 noon THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE
read the most recent Best Seller Sunday A grand reception was General Practice
"liaise High The Roof held at their homo IOU NW
G5th! St. that afternoon, when m
by 1159 NW 3rd Ave.
more than 200 guests were

ARE present. Phone 374.1419 Fresh Meat-Low Prices

IN ORDER FOR: Althea Cohen Open dally fh30 1 p.m.
wife of Principal Sam Cohen NAACP MembershipDrive 5-8
who received her degree
from FAMU last week. Rev is now on!
and Mrs. Ira McCall, who cele-
prated their 25th wedding anniversary .. .

on M Sunday past. JACK'S MEN'S WEAR

MRS. BARBARA CALLO- Could Gordon'spossibly
WAY of Brooklyn took an unusual -
route to enjoy the sunny 944 NW 2nd Avenue
climes of Miami and to visit
with her grandmother Mrs. Exclusive Men's Wear, from the top of your head to
Minnie McCuIlough and her
aunt, Mrs. Macdcll Nealy. She the tip of your toe including

came to Miami by way of Nassau Hats Shoes Shirts Suit Trousers Caps of
and left by the ?mc route. be older than
Styles and quality at popular pricesBE


observed on Sunday at Mt. theLondon .

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Beautiful Home on I ?

7b(4axd Surprisingly enough,yes.It was In 1819 that

OUTFIT Sir Robert Peel reorganized the London

SEEJOHNSON Metropolitan Police,who promptly became
known as 'Peelers or

'Bobbles*.But this was

OF MIAMI sixty! years \Alexander
Complete llalldlng BervlM Gordon had IntroducedhlsremarkablegintoLon

PLANNING """""- '
Easter still available
BUILDING props don and given it Ills name.

FINANCING 409 NW.17th Street FR 7.2294 Happily, the Gordon's _ti
Your New Home
you drink today is basedon

NO DOWN that original 1769
PAYMENTOver formula. That explains ,
Its dryness and
Years of unique
'9 Kf delicate flavour.Explains, tptp '
Construction Itisporlenro
--iiii too,why Gordon's Is the U&
QuArnntcwl Sti fectlonOt Scho o trIt selling gin In Eng .
1? -CULTUREJIr I ,America,the world.THE .


not out M m*.moors wrr m to,tn twoo i j.

Miami, Florida Phone FR 4-9998
I 1113 Northwest 3rd Avenue Miami, Florida I

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350 Attend Nonviolent Conference ,Woolworth( SayS Boycott Unfair

ATLANTA -.. More than 350 Present"; "Techniques In Community -- --

students observers from civil Mobilization; "Prob An F. W. Woolworth Company mlngham. counters In the South duringthe

rights and human relations organizations lems 'in the 'Movement" and official said: past three years, a boycottof
"In connection with the desegregation Is completely unwarranted --
and Interested "The Hidden Structure and So- our stores
adults heard Negro comedian cial action., "The statement has been made of our lunch counters and unfair.
Dick Gregory described the Student that the chain stores operatingin
a They also heard Dr. Howard our primary concern Is to some reports.
Nonviolent "Contrary
U Committee (SNCC) Coordinating as "the best Zlnn, professor of history at Birmingham, Ala, made an that it be accomplished with- Woolworth has not caused
"I' organization In the world." Spelman College describe SNCCas agreement last September to out violence. That is why we the arrest of any person in con
a "center of power outside desegregate their lunch coun- feel it is so important to work nection with sit-ins at any of
The 350 :the the formal structure of govern "
were attending with community leaders. its lunch counters.
Is such
ters. The fact that no
third annual conference of ment. It is these centers of
SNCC. The conference theme power, Dr. Zlnn said, that will agreement was ever made. "Because of Woolworth's out
was "Emancipation Then: Free- change discrimination and con- "An ordinance in Birmingham standing record in race rela- Success In life depends qpon
dom Now!" servatism in politics in this prohibits desegregation of tions, and in view of our con- persistent effort upon the improvement -
country.Dr. lunch counters, theatres, restrooms sistent and continuing recordsof of moments more
On Easter Sunday morning, August Meier a historianat and other public facill active co-operation in peace. than upon any other one thing.
April 14, they heard Gregorytell Morgan State College> in Bal ties. This law is being enforced ful desegregation of lunch -:Mary\ Baker Eddy.
of six he in
days spent
timore, Maryland, spoke on
vigorously by local authorities.
Greenwood, Miss with SNCC 'Negro Protests: A History."
voter registration workers. In attendance were students "Woolworth's always has hon Seeing and not believing Is Support NAACP
ored and all lawful the prime virtue. of a thinker:
The three-day conference, from every Southern state and any agree-
from April 12 through 14, was the District of Columbia. Thir ments to desegregate its lunch appearance tation. Friedrich Is his greatest Nietzsche.temp. JOIN NOW!
held on the old campus of Gam- ty-four Southern colleges and counters in the South and certainly
mon Theological Seminary here. universities were also repre- would do so should such)
Conferees attended workshopson sented, as well as 17 Northern a lawful agreement be reached
"Non-violence. Past and schools. by community leaders In Bir- THE MIAMI TIMES .- MIAMI, FLA.

I Iota Phi Lambda Observes National Business WeekGamma I

Alpha Chapter, Iota, 3. To stimulate locally, efficiency -' forums, selection and citing
Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc. la I in business and profes outstanding business man and
proud to be among the 92 chap fesslons. 4. To offer scholarships woman, also business student
In business education.
ters throughout the nation who or the community.,
strive for the goal of efficiency The observance of National
through business education,, Business Week focuses the attention On Sunday, April 2t, Gamma
The sorority is dedicated to the I of the community on Alpha Chapter will present the
task of promoting the efficiency the alms of the sorority to encourage Business Man, the Business
of women and girls In business those already engaged Woman and the Business Student -
and professional fields in business and professions, and of the Year, also winnersof -, ''t.f'I' ,
through higher education and to serve as an Inspiration to the typing contest sponsoredby -.m
proficiency. those consilering a business or the chapter, it its annual .a
professional career. Career clinics Recognition Tea to be held at
National Business Week Is stresses business opportunities !- the New Northwest Center
observed annually by all chap;, emphasizing preparedness, I YWCA located at 5100 NW 31st FAEE DELIVERY
ters of Iota Phi Lambda Sorority social and psychologocial adjustments Ave. The tea will be from 5 toG DRUG
Inc. The objectives of National , !, and physical fitness are p.m in the Activities Room. 6750 N.W. 15th Avenue Phone 691.6651
Business week are: held In high schools and col The public la invited to attend
jrOLLIVMTTH. M.nsgrir
this affair.
1. Ao emphasize the contri leges.

butions women have made In Some of the other activities Painless Office Treatment of
the professional and particularly engaged in by sorors during
the business world. this period of mislness and professional Sen. Johnson SpeaksAt RUPTURE T PILES r'r
2. To point up new trends in emphasis are business

business and professions. shows, typing contests, public White CollegeThe Ilectnl DlftrnwrM<< Varicose Veins, Pro.

state-No lost Elm Discord Trims
Upon, Correction of Rupture.
first Negro state senatorin
Daddy Grace's Breakaway Church Georgia in 02 years will de IW. LONG'8 CLINIC J
I liver the commencement address 1535 B.W. 1st St. -FH 3-2T48. A general health service'
in Charlotte N. C. June 2
Purchases $25.000 Pronertv at Mecklenburg College, an
institution for Whites. lie is
This week the Grace Memorial valued, at $25,000 In Broward Sen. Leroy Johnson 34, the
first member of his race to
House of Prayer for All County property located in Hal- serve in the Georgia Senate HELP WANTED

People purchased property, landale is the first property since 1870 and the first Negroin
purchased by Grace followersin the Legislature there since HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
Florida. The Breakaway 1007. He is a native of Atlanta
Elks Charter Buses Church, known as the Grace and a graduate of Morehouse WEEK' GUARANTEED
Memorial House of Prayer, College and Atlanta University $45.00
For Grand Lodge comes from under the leader where he earned his masters
Meet in BostonThe ship of Walter McCullough, who degree in political science Boy and girls, neat appearance, any high school in
heads the United House of Dade school.
County Need 10 from each Report
Antlered Herd of Great. Saturday morning 10 to 815 NW 48th Street.
er Miami's Elkdom are herd Despite the $35,000 suit Dish
ing together In order to map op McCullough has,,filed againstthe
plans for a'' large delegation to Grace Memorial House of
attend the "Big Meet' in Boston Prayer for similarity of name, f:
In August. Two chartered the Grace Memorial Church, 'Living Service for the Living"
buses are engaged to carry located in Philadelphia, Washington -
Elks and their friends for an I Georgia and Florida, rM
exclusive Greyhound (take the : has progressed. The House of r
bus and leave the driving ,to I Prayer Church, located in '',r* 3w' sA
us) tour from Miami to Bos Dania pastored by Elder N.
ton. The fare Is onliy $50 round Harris, says, we have one In
trip but only a limited number Washington and Philadelphiaworth
will be able to get in on this $135,000.
special Elk deal spending a
week at the Big Elk jamboreethe
last week In August.

May 10, has been set as the
dead-line for reservations on ViGRAtf
the big streamline double deck
buses, but the committee In AUTOLiability
charge of this special transpor- Oscar L. Range Funeral HomeM.
atlon is advising that those SQUIBS

who consideration.reserve first will get first InsuranceNEW Athalie Range, Owner N. Patrick Range, Mgr

.... .- 5727 N.W. 17th Avenue
Daughter Madge Williams
Daughter Vera Wilson and Bro. LOW RATES OX'' 1-0131 OX 1-4343

Charles North who are com- GRANA6
mittee members, report requests $107.00 YEARLYTo
and reservation!*! are ( and from work)
coming in daily from Nassau, llI
With records
Key West and as far north as

West Palm Beach. LI ... \\'loRAN .

W. O. Perry, State Exalted BANK FINANCING 6325 NW 22nd Court

Ruler Is looking forward to a $17 Down Payment
large Miami representation at ;j Must tell very cheap, 4 bedroom, newly painted,
the Boston meeting when he 9 PAYMENT PLAN
tile bathroom excellent condition. $300 down
will formally receive the assignment small
for Miami to enter. 81122 Filings monthly payments.
tain the Grand Lodge convene
; tion In 1964. Preparations are We can Insure you .
being made throughout the

I length participation and breadth In of the Floridafor mammoth Less than 3* a day Gulf Fire And BEDROOM CBS

parade. Tropical Pharmacy Casualty, Inc. 3357 NW 49th Street

1I ""
; I Prescriptions Accurately Filled 1552 NW 54th St. .
I r _. - - - $250 down. We will repair like new. Terrazzo floors,
3205 Grand Are. HI 4-0640 modern house.
OX 6-1231 Monthly payments cheaper than rent.
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r+w N.. ': '} The.rights .yqu, enjoy as American citizens are con-

.j''titooti6n( naUy! guaranteed But, these guarantees" :have

-- not:KgteH' 'implementing.. '
--llTT: f." HftilftMUND HKKVKS. Editor and PublisherJ 1\lanfbf .these ri. have}\ been ignored and defied par-

( A nTH C. RKKVK8. !Managing Mentor ,tiqularly?]ty\;the Sop.ihw''lt'' has! been the NAACP primary

Member of the Associated Negro Press' which has successfully challenged this Dixie defiance and
Member of the Aatlnnal Newspaper lubllsher Association secured Implementation' o#, basic constitutional rights for

suitscmiTioN RATKS Negro citizens.The .
ONK VKAK f Jf.OI SIX MONTHS: $3.00 FOREIGN '0. NAACP has helped you in practically every as-

9, 1027, at the Post Offlc pect of daily life. Remember what the NAACP has
as &-cond Class Matter, August I. yj r'I a .your,,
at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1870 /' Bat done for you in regards to:-- '

A Decent; Home For Your' Family
THE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKSeadade I ? The NAACP has worked to secure ((1)) Executive

has become almost a by-word in Dade Order banning discrimination in housing. ((2)) Enactment
_ ... fa .. n _LL__ : A f14t A H /OT*.
County That is to be expected when a million dollar re- of Fair Housing laws in 10Ha/: s I and <*u ciuua.o:: ; invalidation -
finery is in the offing for South Dade. DETROIT PAPER of restrictive covenants.

That such an operation would employ hundreds and HONORS MRS. A Job You're Prepared to Handle!

add much to Dade's economy is a certainty. We can The NAACP has made it possible for many NegfOed

therefore understand just why such a project would be MANGY PATEA to get skelled and white collar jobs through ((1)) Securing

welcomed to our county. laws in 21 states ((2) Prodding Pr s Committee bh
However, there are many who are not so favorably recent Issue of The Michigan Equal Opportunity to enforce non-ddscrimination clausein
inclined. They are polluteminded.The Chronicle, published In government contracts. ((3)) Direct action on retail outlets -
big question is: Will this oil refinery pollute the I and Detroit picture, carried of a lengthy Mrs.V.story. M. in scores of cities across the country. ((4)) Breaking

waters of Biscayne Bay and destroy some of our fish and (Mancy) Pate as "Mother of down barriers to equal union membership and securing
other marine life? the Week." opportunity for Negroes to participate in apprenticeship

To this end. the Metro Commission on Tuesday approved Mrs. Pate, a firm believer in training programs.
after a three-hour public meeting, a law that prayer, is the mother of three
daughters. She Is a lover of Education of Your Children:
they hope would control pollution everywhere in Dade. music and sang in the senior
Some of the speakers at this meeting said the law choir of Second Baptist Church Remember the vital NAACP role in ((1)) Establishingthe
was too strict while others thought the law was not strict where the family worshipped right of children' to equal ..and unsegregated education
enough. together for years. ((2)) :Fighting' de, facto segregation in non-southern communities -

Metro's approval will enable the Seadade Industriesto The daughters, Mrs. Florence '((3)) Opening the doors to tax-supported institutions

apply for a refinery permit in ten days after the law Sampson, Mrs. Harriet Bray of higher learning in (lathe South.
and Vera Muthleb have
Mrs. ,
becomes effective., Recreational FacilitiesRemember"what
all earned their Master's degree '
The effective date will be January 1, 1964.If and are school teachers. the NAACP did ((1)) To open up
pollution is not properly controlled. Biscayne Bay They are also members of the swimming pools and skating rinks in northern gas well as
could become ruined; It would ,prove hurtful to anglers, Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority.Mr. southern cities.> '((2)) To remove' Jim Crow barriers from

pleasure craft and to the tourist season. Pate works with the Engineering public parks i in the South. ((3)) To make it possible for Negroes
Natural beauty once destroyed, is gone forever. Administration at to play"golf on public courses in southern cities.
Let us hope that our pollution control will be effec- Ford Motor Co. of Livonia and '
tive and refinery establishment successful. their only son, Michael, Is with Traveling Through Dixie:
our .
the Cranhrook Institute of Science Remember it NAACP' effort that ((1)) Bannedthe
Under the law was
proposed pollution most people will Anthropology Depart'ment.
be touched. It will be against the law to put detergentssuch Jim Crow' coach. ((2)) Made it possible for Negro pas-

as Tide, Cheer, Duz, etc., in the water to pollute. A Mrs. Pate successfully con sengers to sit anywhere in an inter-state bus. ((3)) Out-
pollution officer will have power to arrest offenders.It ducted an antique and resale lawed segregation in city streetcars and buses.
shop In Detroit.
many years
will be unlawful to open dump burning plants Hotel 1 Rooms and Places to Eats
Because the severity of the
rendering animal matter, etc. northern winters seriously im Remember the NAACP's long and increasingly suc-
We will have a year to think about the new law. paired her health she has pur cessful fight ((1) To secure the right to public accommo-
chased a beautiful home in the dations through legislation and legal action To
((2)) open
Plans Liberty City area of Miami.
are being considered for merging the City of
southern hotel doors through negotiations and economic
Miami the Here she is active in church,
and county government.The YWCA and other interracial pressures. ((3)) To open up lunch counters in border and
matter was discussed on Wednesday by Metro organizations. Music and
southern states through sit-ins and other direct action.
and City officials. It was decided that under the directionof I| are her hobbies.
Metro's\ Manager Irving McNayr\ this group would Justice in The Courts:

r make a study of the per capita cost to taxpayers of abol- An Open Letter To Remember the NAACP's historic struggle to secure
ishing all cities, merging unincorporated areas into the for Negro citizens ((1)) The right to trial by a jury of their
city of Miami and setting up tax districts in unincorpo- The People of peers from which Negroes had been systematically excluded -

rated areas to provide municipal services or annexingall South Florida ((2)) The right to a trial free of mob domination.
unincorporated areas to cities, also merging Miami ((3)) The right to be represented by interested and competent -
into Metro. | Dear Nice People, I counsel.
Also considered will be whether Miami\ should be Let us show you how the
permitted to set up her own urban renewal agency. Hampton House can make the Vote for Officials Who Govern You:

This is a very important undertaking and the report perfect business setting of social for any get-together type of Remember it was the NAACP which ((1)) Won the

will be looked for with keen interest. !i, and let me surprise you withi U.Si Supreme Court decisionfthat struck down the Demo-
I i i our five-minute tour of our lux. cratic "white" primary which deprived southern Negroesof
The Haitian government continues unstable with ifrlous, yet reasonably priced, the right to vote. ((2)) Conducted systematic voter reg-

President Francois Duvalier tougher than ever. He has accommodations.We offer the finest foods istration campaigns in every: southern state as well as in
fired 60 of his high-ranking army officers from key po to your order. Friendly, certain northern areas ((3)) Succeeded in getting Congress
i personalized service, the specialty to enact the civil right laws of 1957 and 1960 designed
,sitions.May 15 is a very' important day for President Duval of the Hampton House. to protect the right to vote.
ier. His constitutional term as' chief executive ends on Here in have our Banquet the "know-how"Depart- Stop for a minute and think just where would you
that date. However, reports are that he will remain' in and you we will always get pre- be If It were not for NAACP. If you're a thinking
office for: another four yearn.Here's ;. ferred, personal l attention.We man, you'd join today.
Invite ,you over for a You need the NAACP. The NAACP needs you.
good Hamilton Earl Holmes of the guided tour of our fine convene
news. one tion and banquet facilities. We
first Negroes to be admitted to the University of Georgia can accommodate from 10 to
i ,has won a coveted Phi Beta Kappa Key. 350 people. Our catering staffIs Attention All
teeming with exciting ideas Tenants!

The Kennedy Foundation has approved a $3,000 and suggestions to make your
party a very special one.
grant to help set up a summer camp for mentally retarded Our. facilities are ideal for A bill to extend the, 3% sales tax on rentals
children in Dade County.Dade's salesmen and other out of town
retarded Children's Society has raised .a VIP's visiting your home office. from '6 month period! to a permanent year round
They will be pleased and
matching amount. relaxed a3 they enjoy their tax is being considered in i the legislature at Talla
favorite refreshing cocktail In
Do you need a job? If'so see the Florida State Employment our home away from home at- hassee. All tenants atod all people desiring to oppose

Agency. mosphere.So why. not let us take over this bill-should go to a Bonded Rental Agency officeor
Harry Tyson, manager of this agency said that there your worries and help you arrange -
are; 24,000 people without jobs. He said further that'several a very special party in contact a Bonded collector or caretaker and sign

hundred people a month are ,being 'stripped of un our convention hall or our the petition immediately. This notice is
cocktail lounge given as a
employment for refusing available jobs, which '
Call now and reserve the
range from professional and technical to unskilled, such data'-us we will do tho rest.' < r service to all tenants a9dl, } :J! prospective tenants for

//as' janitors and dishwashers.< .. Thank you.Cordially. their personal benefit. It| Unimportant' _
that act
The wage scale is said to be as follows: yours, I you
Accountants from $80 to $95 a week; draftsman Hampton House Motel. immediately. 1
f And Villas
$113 to $128 ; elevator operator' cents an hour; office Sy SWinger ,

boy ,$55.50 week. Food and Beverage Dir. CHARLES A. LOCKHART,
'i 11 If you can! qualify get yourself a ,job. P.S. Break the habit of rush. Public >
f understand ing home from work for din- Relations Director
With such a report, one can why some
call that friend
I,folk'':In''' Washington do not believe Dade County needs and ner -make a date to.special dine at the, Bonded Rental' Agency, Inc.PAGE .

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M r ISuriffght: Chatter BoxThlniotrtl' THE MIAMI TIMES (- MIAMI, FLA. "; -

w SATURDAY APRIL 27 1963 ; " .-+ SFirst
nd i' PAGE
; $ many students L :
RESSAntill .44J Of" .:s r.nllrht.anClously l!,: ,\.ct. ,; :.....-. ,'

: awn1tnk Although...stht'l1 we( will'ilrd miss-, May. them 10. : iix Florida . : .''F: .. ".J \i.: .i... :(!,+:'; t

wit< '.wlh! them much success.
All Negro Savings and Loan
E Miss Ruth E. Thompson, a .
sertlpr student!? is anticipating
; FINDER OX he: :'departure for Nassau nextmottth Opensin: Orlando
,"Along with her goes our - -- --
'Jj et: wishes. We are confident WashingtonrShores Fed books.
speaker, The affair, will honor that' these seniors will uphold eral Savings andLoan Association , This is the first savings and
KING O'HEAKTS. Sam Early" the Rev. Fr. Theodore: Gibson.) Jh**reputatlon of Sunlight and had its grand opening' at loan association in Florida to
did not say, "come on y'all, .contribute greatly to the field Orlando on Friday, April 17. be operated entirely by Negroes -
until after 11:30: Wednesday : '. _. . h or..cosmetolpgy"We. Dr. James }Z. .Smith' is
evening.' That's when the "are very Jubilant to receive Mayor Robert S. Carr cut the president.A .
works and work-outs began..:' Commencement, 'a. letter 'gratitude? from ribbon at the ceremonies and
His magic voice seems to reach Miss Lydia Hannah of Inagua, many of the officials and dignitaries spokesman for the institution -
out like a wand from all ,cor 'Florida Bahamas, a' recent graduate of of the city and county said, "Our goal is to make
ners of the "Hearts". The capacity : Planned .; < Sunlight stating her successso were present. Shareholderswere savings easier and to offer financial .
crowd started drlftln'*. ,,' "i far, and her desire to return on hand with their temporary assistance and adviceto
onto,the floor. The show was on NormalST. for her 'post graduate work. receipts to sign the sig. those who are in need of
-you never see anything like On April 1 23 Mrs. Marian Han nature cards and get their pass homes or remodeling of homes."
the way Sam's small group can AUGUSTINE Final nah, after being out due to a
illness wil return to school.
entertain. for the 1962-03 school long
PB year at Florida Normal and In. We are back.very glad to welcomeher I Gardenia Circle Annual Tea IThe

THE DIFFERENT dances dustrial Memorial College wire We would like to say thank
have taken the place of floor announced this week by Dr.. you to the many parents who Gardenia Circlt, under CLUB HAS EASTER
shows. There're so much and Sankey C. Chao* dean of the sent their children to Sunlight always the capable and dynamic lead. MEETINGTo
Saturday, April 15.Ve are
new dances and
many stage until it's a manyon You college. happy to receive the prac ershlp! of Mrs C. M. (Edna) culminate the Easter sea

really don't need any other entertainment Baccalaureate services will tice. Smith again invaded the com son and in appropriate climaxof

with the The be held at 3 p.m. Sunday, May "Lower the lights up with munity with its annual tea. the true meaning of Easter
Chicken, The Pony, Popeyeand 19, in the Heckscher Gym fol- I the curtain, strike up the band, This yearly attraction has become the Gardenia Circle held its
what have you. The "Dog"got lowed by commencement exercises the show is on." This is the beginning symnonymous with the regular meeting' at the well appointed -
to go! That's one dance wedon't Monday at 10 a.m. of our May Day Dance, advent of Easter. The entire home of the Leonard
need. I am a great ad- Fashion and Hair Styling community looks forward witha Terrells (Lillle) Easter Sunday
mirer of dancing. Never did Other activities include t h efounders'
Show. We are looking: forwardto degree of eagerness for this afternoon. After the business
much of it, hut most folks
day observance Sat- seeing you there. The place affair. This year the tea was meeting an elaborate social fol.
know I have contributed muchin day morning, April 27 with the House held Palm
again Is the Hampton Sunday a fitting lowed. The club had, several
the early 40's to the joy of annual alumni association 4700 NW 27th Ave. on May 5 time of the year since whereverwe out-of-town guests. Mrs. Ter-
tripping the light fantastic. I meeting listed for that afternoon beginning at 6 o'clock. We will turn we see a sign: extollingthe rell in her Inimitable manner
promoted dances with top name On Tuesday, April 30, at be seeing' Also at our Alumni wonderfful world of color, royally entertained the club
bands down' Key West way, 8 pm. the faculty will present Annual Clinical 2-days work of music, flowers and gardensand and its guests. So well plannedand
but they were never like the Carolyn Stanford,' mezzo-so shop June 17 and 18. I 'a multiplicity of things, graciously executed were
dances today. prano in recital. Lona Ingraham, reporter lovely and beautiful.It the ideas of the hostess that

----pn The physlcaf, education department -, was the audience, the participants this may well go down in the
VEKOXICA'S; Chapter 01 stages its annual MayDay Grove Women'sClub on the program, the annals of the club, and the message
Episcopal Churchwomen will festival on May 4. Final' staunch yearly supporters that hnd meaning of 1 Easter
be ,mailing Invites to their May examinations, are scheduled for Plays Easter made this and other years the will remain in the hearts to
26 Fashion Show and Tea at May 12 through 13., The annual Bunny kind of success desired by tho sustain each one throughoutthe
the Moss' residence, 2025 NW spring recital, will be May 12. membership. The club memberswere I year.
69th Terr . For relaxation, Easter Sunday had a two- presented amid the beautyof
An honors' day program is Mrs. Edna Smith, president;
lovely Irene Butler, nurse at fold meaning' for girls of cot
the audience and decorations.Each .
: Mrs. Frankie Glover
for 11 am.: Monday reporter
planned the Kenadl
Opa-Iocka Medic Center, keptIn tage No. 12 at carried a lighted candle
May 13 in the Anderson Hall The CGNW Club met
shape golfing and bowling Home. and in uniform
. Jackson's Toddle Inn Old auditorium. Seniors will present at the home of Mrs. Rubye L. sat stunned graceful and meditative precision . Ho who seen dourly and enlightens -
Time Fish Fry Saturday nite their class play Monday at Scott, on Saturday, April 6, other mind moot
in this brief
,,8 p.m. and class night on May ; moment, readily, lu'epN his own lump
at 6 p.m. That's April 27 (to- and plans were made to play they knew and.
nite) . Markam's 22nd Ave I 14 in the gym. 1 blister Bunny for the 2nd year joy and glaness.hope love and peace faith, trimmed mid burning. Mary
Barbecue house has for the girls in cottage 12 at Baker Eddy.
many specialties -
The annual trustee board a triumph of life over death, a
to back that deliciousrib meeting is slated for Tuesdayand Kendall. time of promise.
they serve. It's at 6023, next Wednesday, May 16 and 17. Approximately 10 doz. gaily
door to Bess's Barber Shop, another Also scheduled are the presi colored eggs were taken to the The president and memberssay Spend $2 for freedom
new business. landmarkfor dent's Informal VeaMogetner," girls by members of the club.A thanks to all for your attendance
22nd : gift for the deserving girl of Join NAACP!
17 and Nathan
Ave.PB Wednesday, May also presented.Now and supI,>ort.
the month was
W. Collier Day on May 23.
I that the Easter.I project? iscompleted -
CEOltGE ALLEN Is reported I tne memiArs u r e
recovering nicely from recent planning to embark on a new
New Jersey accident. Our sympathy A SALUTE I adventure enrolling in a classin 100% Red Hair WigsNOT
is extended to the family parliamentary procedure, at
in the death of their aunt Minnie ly William Henry Huff for''ANPHalute the O. W. Carver High School
. Lula Leonard, popular evening program. Come and synthetic
barmaid at Baker's Famous Corner I them for their courage I join us. a
had many well wishers on They: have risen in their might;: It will soon be camp time NOT bland $3995
hand to wish a happy birth They. have shown the omlJedpowel'8 I"again and as the sponsors of a
day" last Monday when 12' a.m. .I I Girl scout Troop 710, the club
rolled around. low they'll take A stand for' will be sending some deservinggirl
-PB right. to camp. Final details will
Ah, they're tired of exploitation be discussed at the next meet-

THKKE'8 A TREAT for Key Ing.Airs.
Westers, fishermen or any Keys D ly the slanpera on the bark; Virgil Whitehead, presi
lovers. Maybe you have a little They are human, men and dent: Mrs. Daniel Cunningham,
cash and wish to invest it?? women, publicity chairman.
Well at Big Pine Key on the> Even though they may be -----.-----.-.-.--
Overseas Highway at the foot black.
of the Key West stretch, Just News J NH
after that big drop at Bahla RealtyBest I
Honda Bridge are 8 units of House For Rent
4 overnight rooms and 4 kit. Buys! I
chenettes plus a trailer and block from Shell'
/. SuperMarket Homes
Homes Duplexes -
fruit trees. It's for sale. You .
don't have to talk about a Key's .
overnight lodging anymore 4115 NW 11th Place -.f
. The NAACP's Big Member.
Kitchen furnished. 1 bed
bedroom beauty carporte,
ship kick-off drive will get 1y
underway at 8 p.m. on my room newly painted porch, huge lot, air conditioned
birthday, May 2. Bishop Spotts- 3 more to choose
wood, chairman of the national 742 NW 59th St. from in this area. No qualifying .
board of directors, is the guest :
no closing costs, move
.. .. . .. .. ..
- - -- $18.00 week in. Yes it's true. You
right I can now purchase a
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For Sale Furn.: $350 down $UOOO total.

1951 NW 152nd St. FOR LIMITED TIME ONLY :,
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Sat and Sun. 1:30 5. TREES. 3-bedroom CBS beauty, hard-
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Picnics 1b290 Beef Liver Ib 290

Franks lb 390 Chops Ib 490

Rolled Sausage 27* Fat Back Ib 19

Sliced Bacon Ib 350 Ib 290

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lemons t/oz./ 291 9 Oz. Shurfine French Cut
Cabbage Ib,, 5* Green Beans 2 for 371
Bananas 'Ib 9t
3 POUNDS Broccoli Spears 231
Bakerite 59 Shortening
Cream Corn 6 for Sl J Vegetables 2 for 37*
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India Takes Lead in NAACP Soring Drive THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA. '

._ PAGE 7
, -r- -- ---- ---- -- --- -- -- - - .- u.... SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1963
i "With less than a week before nessman and publisher will ed: Liberty City Brownsville -
I the 1963 Membership work with John Barkley as co- will meet at the Hampton
i I Drive begins, NAACP plans for division leader of the Liberty: House Motel. The day will be Unit 7 Beauticians Plan Anniversary
J Dade City-Brownsville division he announced over radio and thru
County are gaining momentum --- - ---- -- ------- ----- ------: -- --- r#
," states Robert W. the press. The Miami division The Miami Beautician Unit I Monday May C beauty clinic
said.An will hold its night meet I
Saunders, NAACP field secre- old campaigner having No 7 of the Orange Blossom 1 at Vogue Beauty Fair, Mrs.
ings at the Sir John Knight
who is directing the
tary cam-
Beautician Association is celebrating Opal chairman Tuesday
been orienated in the 1960 Beat Wednesday night of I King, ; ,
drive on
The will
1 paign.2 with open on at membership campaign is Ar- each week.' Miss Blanche Cal- their 23rd anniversary i May 7, 1 p.m., luncheon at Virginia
May a mass meeting
Dunn May 5 through May 7. Beach, Mrs. Aleen Scott
Mt. Zion Baptist Church, cor thur O. pharmacist in loway, program coordinatorfor
ner NW 3rd Ave. and 9th St., Coconut Grove and the division the drive stated that she Will worship at St. Paul chairmanWe
at 8 p.m.HOARD leader for that sectlon."Boots" expects all campaign workersto AME Church Sunday, May 5 at are asking our friends to
CHAIRMAN as he is known, is attend. The meetings have 51st Terr and 19th Ave., Rev.T. come out and celebrate withus
running a close third to Mr. been dubbed, "Its Dignity C. Kelley, pastor.At to make this anniversary a
: TO SPEAK Rolle in number of campaign Time. memorable one.
-l til 6 will be the
workers. p.m. anniversary -
Principal speaker will be the A phone call to FR 4.5631 or I
"I'm expecting to have more tea with unique Mrs. Marion Muldrow, president
Rt. Rev. Stephen GUI Spotts workers when the churches in 377-0884 will bring a campaign Mrs. Dee Dee Law- Mrs. Winifred Brooks,
I worker to. pick mem- programi
wood, chairman of the national your .
Coconut Grove he said
I report,
board of directors and a nativeof bership. Memberships beginsat I,
"Perrine and Goulds divisionhas Youth .
Washington, D.C. Bishop $2 a year. member- - - -
Spottswood, a prelate of the submitted no report to our ships are $1 per year.
AME Zion Church, was elect- headquarters, but we believe NEW HOME
ed to the highest post follow that they are working, Sauri-
ing the resignation of Dr. Rob- ders said.Division. EAL Social Club

ert C. Weaver to accept a past leaders are Freddie SAVE MONEY

as the Housing Administrator with Saunders of Perrine and Mrs. Spring Tea Owner at 1310 N.W. 72nd Street
Housing Homes Finance
Myrtle Bethel, Richmond Hts.
Agency.of He the is Washington also former D.president C. "We are awaiting reports The EAL Social Civic Club 3 bedroom, 2 baths, garage. Open 3.5 p.m.
from Brownsville where J. H. sponsoring its annual Spring
branch. Barkley, member of the execu- Tea Sunday, April 27 at Dixie Build on your lot. No money down
tive committee is
the"The campaign Opa-locka has moved division"aheadof of plugging," Saunders stated.reported Park, 401 NW 12th St. from 4 Cash paid!! for Iota and homes

all other divisions with Division leaders have reported to G p.m. Mrs. Mary Lou BARON JE 8-1340 JE 2-4343
more campaign workers than that the following divisions Brown of Opa.locka is guest
anyone other division, the will meet at the places Indicat speaker. - *-
NAACP reported.?

"Vying for the award to be
given to the division leader
who reports the highest num- 1+ r\
ber of campaign workers by
,May 2 is Mrs. Bessie Lee
Brunt, co-division leader. Her
partner is Atty. James Mat- t
thews," Saunders ,said.

Fr. Theodore R. Gibson, campaign I _.
chairman for the drive
also named additional division
leaders during the week. Named a.
to head the Miami division
along with Elder Lancaster ) e
Thompson is Mrs. Lillian Price.C. I
Gaylord Rolle,' Miami busl- r
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charges, title lntur bl.. Higher
elevation then' leech or
Wliml. Rtftrentet Miami Both j
Chamber of Comrnwt M.B. I I r+ r
Board of Rollers. Com to our /
full Infornutlon. mail
and olor tlldct or w* em .
information to you If you pre' "
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don't need to have
Arthritis is an inflammationof rltis, so long as you arth.
tfr ,. 1 ". # $ ( a Joint. Therefore, any sore- chiropractor In your commun a
b t! : Your
k ness or pain in your joints Is, ity. chiropractor performs
r arthritis.In what was "yesterday's miracles"
technically speaking,
in enabling the disabled to
its advance stages, arthritis walk. You need but to investigate .
becomes not .only painfulbut chiropractic to find out
brings about bone tissue what it can do for arthritis.
changes. This might be a loss
in about Your health depends
of calculm or lime or upon
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A $4,000,000 "Ghetto Busting" Dempsey J. Travis president of !
fami the Sivart Corp., Chicago and
which Negro
UMBA president; J. J. Bickers,
lies desiring to buy homes in Atlanta Mortgage Brokers, Atlanta Miami Baha'i Community A NIGHTMARE COME TO LIFE I FROM THE

"forbidden" neighborhoods can and Robert L. Hughes, elected its officers for the NOVEL THAT FRIGHTENED. THE WORLDI!
be financed was secured recen- Mid-Central Mortgage Co., Kansas '
coming Baha'i at the annual
ly from eastern investment City, Kansas ANP Photo year "yrJ{ :
I election held Saturday, ,
representingthe .
sources by a team ;
Bankers of April 20 at the Center, 137 NW .
United made Mortgage of the na.tion's ,; --' ..,, ,.,. llth Ave. The new officers are ,
America up
leading Negro mortgage : yiti;" George Savitt, chairman; Miss
ir:.' Olive Alexander, vice chair-
bankers. Credit for negotiations r"
establishmentof man; Miss Ida Solomon, secretary -
which led to. R: SaJ
the kitty which can be expanded and Mrs. Emily Bethel,
to meet demands goes ;. th' treasurer.
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to the group pictured attove. I The Baha'i Assembly of North ;

They are standing, left to Dade will hold a tea in the gar
right) James Lynch' Lynch den of the home of Mr. and
Realty Co., Chicago; M. J. Anderson. Mrs. Thomas Baumgartner,
Great National Investment 14451 NE 2nd court, 3:30: p.m.
Co., Austin Texas; C. W. Sunday, April 28. This eventis
Gates Realty, Co., St. Louis a celebratilon of the 100th
William Calloway, ConsolidateMortgage anniversary of the public decla
and Investment Co.,I ration of Baha'u'llah, Founderof
Atlanta; Atty George Haley, the Baha'i Faith, as God's
Mid-Central Mortgage Co., Kan. Manifestation for this age.

sis bins Mortgage; Co.Millard, Chicago.D. Rob. ,. Assembly Members who of the will Miami attend Baha'i the I THE I : i DAY OF THE TRIFFIDSIN i '

Atty. George W. Crank, Chicago 5-day Baha'i World Congress In
; Jesse Johnson, Great West t London England (April 28- I
ern Mortgage Co., Denver; Q. May 2,) are' George Savitt, I Howard KEEl NIcole MAUREY Janette SCOTT Kleron MOORE
Atlanta Mortgage chairman
B. Williamson, ; Mrs. Emily Bethel,
Brokers, Atlanta; (seated) vice-chairman; Miss Ida Solo ,. IsAUlEO STS&alwt.- __;,L .....
J, W Robinson, J, W. Robin mon, secretary, and Miss Audrey -PLUS 1USA.
son and Son, Houston, Tex., Mrs. Robinson to Thompson, treasurer. Mrs.
;iY "" :::>o'::> : Zllpha Sawyer, member of the
"' .M >> ; '
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Speak For St. Dade Assembly and Sec. Cn
retary of JESCA, will also attend .. .
DayThe this event which will draw !Si': S
YOUR 5"a some 0,000 Baha'is from every Age 21-
women of St. Peter's part; of the world .;.
American Catholic Church, 1811 ; ; ;,
NW 4th Ct., cordially invite you Mrs. Elmer Schwandes of hunted by
HEALTH to attend their Eighth Annual Pompano Beach, Baha'i teacher
Women's Day celebration Sun who has served the Faith as kSS the police of
secretary of the Central States ;
day afternoon, April 28, at 3
,.. >
KyIH. o'clock area Teaching Committee will ,

M. RADIN The principal speaker will be speak. Her subject" will be "The w e t a .Yadow. .> three nations. .
Mrs. Gloria Braynon Robinson. Glory of God. The public is
Mrs. E. Petersen and Mrs. cordially invited to attend this
...::;.z;;; Bloneva Moss are sponsors. tea. pursued
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Rev. Fr. D. Anthony, priest-
Just as "life can begin at 40"for In-charge; Most Rev. H. F. , f London...
those who have saved mon Wllkie, bishop. Success doesn't happen It Is $ v
ey, it also begins for those who The Basilian Fathers 'of St.
organized, pre-empted, captured
who to Amsterdam.
health. Those
have saved Peter's will present Rev. Don- ..
have ill used their bodies by ald Anthony, OSB, in a recitalof by concentrated common senseFrances .
living at a fast pace, engagedIn songs May 5 at St. Peter'sat E. Willnrd.: i to Tangier...
and Ignored danger
excesses 4 p.m. Accompanied by Joseph
signals, cannot expect to obtain Davis. Mrs. Lloma G. Green 'a
the same benefit as those will be mistress of ceremony. to the beachesof
who have, lived carefully. Donation $1,00Benediction NAACP MembershipDrive

Even the healthiest folk, who of the Most Palestine!
have lived carefully, must Blessed Sacrament Immediately -
learn a new set of health rules following the recital. Re- is now on!
to live by. Youth is a mentalas freshments will We sewed.

well as a physical attribute.If ...
you admit you're old and act
accordingly, you will be accepted ..

as an oldster. a startling now uperienct P'

Forget the "good old days", $ JOw!! from MARK ROBSON who a
live in the present, mix with Apartments electrified you with '3'
younger folk and follow today'sclothing "Peyton Race""Champion: I
1 fashions. But don't A
As low as "
"From The Terrace. I
try to outdo the youngsters In
physical endurance. Slow down, FrM tt.iml!T*tuptctM(kr JAN DE HARTOQ I
avoid fatigue, don't overtax
We are the oldest rent collectionand
relax and
avoid yourself.emotional Learn Be pa. STEPHEN BOYD. DOLORES HARP,; I

tient at all times, watch your property management firm in'I

Chronic waistlines indegistion; and your, regularity.insomnia, "........LEO McKERN- HUGH GRIFFITH DONALD PLEASENCE I

headaches and "tiredness" are OPA-LOCKA :<:

state of mind; age Is a surren Product by DirtcM ky Scnv&t r ky
old or seventy years young.
Keep up on what is going on SERVICE, SEE ..
In this world, be as modern as r:: = :: '" ::
today and look forward to each
day as a new adventure. Consult
your doctor for a complete
checkup and learn how to live 14359 N.W.. 27th Avenue '
and like It. -
(Corner AH Baba) \ '
This article is published to -==-- ,

Interest you in better health and Opa-locka ., SOPHIA LOREN
Is written .by Dr. M. Radln, '
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14 .Afro Phi Beta KappaAt THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI' FLA.
Employees SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1963 PAGE
Univ. of Ga. ,. I

Receive Service Awards! ATHENS, Ga. Hamilton
_-. Earl Holmes"jona, ,of- the first Clyde Killen's Knight Beat
The Afro-American Life Iri- rector of puWlc relations, who two Negroes admitted to" the
surance Co. employees oft h e brought brief remarks to the 'University of Georgia has won
Miami District, were honored agency force. a coveted.Phi.Beta"'Kappa Key Presents: a Delightful Weekend With
with the awarding of :Service,
Pins, for continued employment. Jolly Friends Club z"

:,The awards were presented Help ..Bring Joy to;>> "'n, oto.JCdcnda- Social Club ,
during the regular .Agency met at the home'of Mrs. S, Key
meeting, Thursday, April 18 at Kids "'.. non at 2020 NW 65th St., Sat S
12 p.m. in the ,agency room at at urday night, April 20. A ,goodly',* ,, ,'
8W NW 3rd Ave. O. D. James, number of ,members were present Y ?
district manager presided over The Lejeunq Civic Club Is and planned for tho "Call j'
the meeting sponsoring a-joy project lor to' Worship" at Mt. Hermon
the children at Kendall Home, Baptist Church, Opa-locka fit '
Mrs. Mary ,L. :Betsch, executive ".
such items as children's books, the 11 o'clock service Sunday.
vice presidenttreasurer, All members are, urged :,to at- a
gave brief remarks and present. ,comic books* records, record tend. .
ed Service Awards to the fol. players, sewing materials, The club also planned>l ? the
'lo,'lh'g: H. 13. Ferguson, 30 games, etc., are needed If you cocktail sip for June. This is an'
years; W. H. Hanna, 30 years; nave such items please leave annual affair to be looked for
J. W. Brown, 25 years; Mrs. A. them at any of the following ward with much pleasantry.The .
V. Albury, 25 pears; Mrs. A. addresses utter 5 p.m. and help place will be announced
Strachan, 25 years; Mrs. M. Hanna wring joy to some little boy or,I later. The hostess was'elabor-
20 years; C. E. Gibson, 20 girl: 184J NW 58th St., 14235 ate in her preparation for the
years; O. D. James, 25 pears; N\V\ 22nd Court, 5711 NW 10th '
Mrs. A. Taylor, J. H. Dean, Mrs. Ave., 2310 NW 106th St. : club.Mrs.. B. Lewis, president
B. Grant, Mrs. Rosa L. Hall,
Mrs. G. Hughley and E. Cook, +
five years. FOR SALE

4120 NW 11th Avenue
Also present for this occa-
sion was Fred G. Reed Jr., di. 2-bedroom ,CBS plus Fla. room and garage. Many

extras, FHA terms. $77.57 per month.
Peraonal"Mention" 4232 NW llth Court J Ruth BrownPLUS

3 bedroom CBS plus beautiful Fla. room. Air con-
In the presence of a few AN ALL STAR SHOW
friends on Tuesday evening, ditioning and heat. Bank iinancing. $85 per month.
April 2, Miss Barbara Jean Open Saturday and Sunday. Admission Fri. and Sun. $1.25 Saturday $1.75
Poltier and Andrew Stone were Call Arthur Solomon PL 1-7492 i
joined in holy wedlock by the THE KEYES CO. Tables Freer
Rev. L. A. Thompson. The
bride was given in matrimony 234 Biscoiyne Blvd., Realtors FR 1.3592 I' ,
by her grandfather, Herbert Coming. Next :Week May 1-3
Poi tier. Attendants were Miss

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quez, son of Mrs. Emma R. .,;;'.'\. '1 .
Summersett of 1257 NW 55th At N.W. 17th Ave. and 75th St. ,: : 't'": n .
Terr., is .,
being reassigned to .,
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Sheppard AFB, for techinical Just Opened! " .,, .,
training as a United States Air # J,. ,
Force tion sepcialist.communications opera. Fresh fish and poultry daily Fried while you malt "',:' :; ,

The Airman, a lOGO graduateof I f '
Northwestern Senior II 1 g h Telephone 691-7502
School, attended Savannah (Ga.)
State College.

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PAGE 10 SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1963 4 y'ty Key West America's
.I''''.ivwvvw''''' (1
Broward Southernmost City

County Ily FItANCES E. AUIEn ----

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i OUR BOYS IN SERVICE Monroe General Hospital.
Hartley Miniature York Business Schoo]l :
Aquarium was opened on April] where she will take a course in I Walter Howe Goose AB Labredor -- Air- 'I\.Friends of Crane McDuff are

8 with more tha 100 species offish f Business Administration. Shewas man Second Class Theodore M. lorry to learn of his illness, but
of the Medical Suarez has arrived here
an employee for assignment -
and other marine life on wish, him a speedy recovery
Department. with a unit of the
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display. It is located on E a s t u Air Defense Command. soon. McDuffy is the brotherof
Mrs. Annie Lowery of 1123
St. near Rawson Square. Capt. The Covertone
Bronson Hartley who has been Sylvanus (Rubber) Minus, 77 are Gospel inviting to Singers Join- Airman Suarez, a pet air- Thomas St., also the brotherof
died at his home in Smith Lane with them and other you craft mechanic, is the son of Rudolph, Stanley and Willie
conducting undersea tours in March 30. He is survived by from Dade and singing Brow Mrs. Grace Butler of 315 Catherine Wilkerson. Crane lives In
the Bahamas his wife, Ruthanna, nine sons, groups Brooklyn.Mrs. .
for 14
years is the Counties 28 St. He is a graduate of
ard Sunday, April
creator of the three daughters, 20 grandchild
project. at Carver Ranch Elementary Douglass High School and entered
ren and 30 great-grandchildren. School, 2306 SW 43rd Ave. the service in November, Bloneva Pinder Fosterof

Nine Cubans were tracked Mrs. Winifred Cooper, director. 1961. The airman's father, Philadelphia was in the city
down and captured at Andros In the Supreme Court on Miguel Suarez, resides at 803 to attend the funeral of her
and of April 5 it cost Marland Munroe Whitehead St.
recently, a "quantity uncle, Thimas Pinder. Mrs.
stores and ammunitions were exactly $42 for breaking Pear- The Carver Ranches Elemen- Foster is the sister of Mrs. Mai-
found" at Williams Island, line Green's Jaw with a "back- tary School fashion and hairstyle The W. H. Zanders Club of vease Gibson of 106 Olivia St.
about two miles west of An- handed slap." It all happened show was a great success
Bethel AME Church is
dros. The Cubans were takento sometime ago in an argument Sunday, April 21, in the spon-
Nassau and were charged when the former girl-friend al- school cafetorium. Eleanor's soring a Conch Train Ride BIRTHDAY GREETINGS:
with and in Munroe's face. May 19. Donation 50 cents. All
illegal entry posses. icgedly spat Salon had many beautiful hairstyles
sing firearms without a li- Munroe was given 24 hours to done by Mrs. James, Mrs. members and friends are ask. Happy Birthday to my niece
cense. The arms were confis pay or be sent to the Big House Ann Glover and Mrs Eleanor ed to buy a ticket. Mrs. Audrey Martin who wiltcelebrate
cated. tor six weeks."LAND Bowe proprietor another natal day
April 27.Spend.
other Cleveland Tynes, 206 Olivia
Many shops in Brow-
Geneva Gibson, 25, was found FRAUDS"The ard participated in this show. St. is sick at his residence.
dead in bed at Deep Creek, Mrs. Pearl Hardy modelled Friends wish him a speedy re-
Eleuthera on April 6. The body covery. $2 for freedom
mall order sale of worthless many times, and is the ownerof
was flown to Nassau for a post
Hardy's Salon in Ft. Laud-
mortem.A. land is "one of the ugliest
swindles" in America today, according I erdale. Albert Curry is a patient at Join NAACPIB !
to the April 27 issue of

W. Ingraham, 88, of Mat- The Saturday Evening Post. The Freeway Handicap
thew Town, Inagua, died on League had its banquet at the
Thousands of Americans are
April 4. He was the Senior
tice of the Peace, was catechistof victims of "unscrupulous pro Bunche Lanes Thursday night, v e S
St. Phillip's Anglican Church moters peddling grossly misrepresented" April 25. Clover Leaf Sports
Shop is in first place, Dino Con.
from 1925 to 1955, and was home sites in
founder of the Grand United Florida, Nevada, Arizona and struction in second and Pin
Order of Oddfellows at the is other states, Trevor ArmbTls Splitters in third. AUTO RADIATOR SERVICE
land. He is survived by four ter reported. He estimated that --
daughters, four sons, a sister 700 million will be spent this
a nephew, 38 grandchildren andsix fear for land people have never I Meet your friends at 1 Hour Service Credit Available]
great-'granchlldren. seen.
Promoters capitalize on weak
Fire broke out In the kitchenof or nonexistent state laws in Come in for free checkup
the Suncrest Restaurant at schemes to attract prospective 8 POINT SYSTEM
Bimini on April 1 and com Investors, he pointed out. In Food at Its best Remove Radiator From Hack Flush Engine Block
...... pletely destroyed the restau :nany cases, Armbrister added, You have tried the rest Car Check water pump & hoses
rant. The home of Robert Cash promoters do not even own the Now try the best Clean and Rod Radiators Test Radiator for Leaks
Sr., and William Newbold were land they are selling. Test Thermostat and and Repair
also destroyed by the fire. The Although a large majority of ("ontlnuous service from 6 a.m. Pressure Cap Paint and Install Radiator
restaurant was in a separate land companies are legitimate, to 1 a.m. All Work Guaranteed
building adjacent to the Sun- Armbrister said reputable developers 6010 N.W. 22nd Ave. COMPLETE STOCK OF REBUILT RADIATORSOPEN
are being hurt by shady
crest Hotel. :operators. Frequently the "fly- NE 3.9316 7 A.M. TO 5 P.M. MON. THRU SAT.

by-night promoters copy the Owned and 6200 N.W. 27th Ave. Dial OX 1-2221
operated l by
The April session of the ales techniques of legitimate James
Supreme Court opened on the developers," he added. and Nellie
third, with 40 cases on the doc
ket. The largest number was

r es for sing stealing grievous and harm burglary.came Caus-second Dugie's Guest HouseThe I For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call

There were two charges of house of clean rooms
alleged arson, two of rape and Open 24 hours NE 4-3851
one attempted rape. is
Seeing BelievingSee

us for clean rooms
Rosemarie Strachan, daughter BONDED
Jamaica Dugie, always a
of Mr. and Mrs. Harcourt Q y
friends t
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Rev.Ruby A.Handy L. Shipp, reporter, pastor SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1963 PAGE 11

,, Sunday, April 20 in our annual

Woman's our Sunday Day School beginningwith the Men's Dav at Saint Paul. Miami

morning speaker will be Mrs. ---, ---- ------

Walton Robinson with the On Sunday St. Paul will ob- when financial reports are
5 Apostolic Singers rendering the serve its 19th annual Men's made.
song service. Day celebration. The pastor, I
' evening speaker is Mrs. Rev. T. C. Kelley Jr., and the Walter Washington, a mem-
Willie A. Jones with Macedonia General Chairman for Men's ber of long standing of Greater

Cnoir No. 1 in charge of the Day, Michael Cousens extendto '
i song service. The puollc is invited the public a cordial welcometo '
to worship with us. join in the celebration beginning I' : ;
with the 11 a.m. service I 6
h .a e"p BETHANY S. D. A. The Rev. Mr. Roscoe
Jackson, pastor of the New
',& )f fL Saturday, April 27 is Men's Macedonia Baptist Church, will
Day. ''me men of the church deliver the address in the
win be in charge of the service morning service, and there are
all uay, beginning with Sabbath promises of many Inspirational
School which Ueglns at 9:30 moments during his sermon. A

a.m.A. great part of the membership of ,
special treat is in store for the New Macedonia Baptist
Church Anniversary Nears . you when the Elder L. E. Dan i Church will attend also, giving
iels, a missionary from Africa ,
their beloved
pastor support. !f .,
Bethel will tell you the wonderful experience -
Greater Steering he has had working The general chairman has .

directly with the people of worked diligently with the cooperation 4 t 1 i ,

Committee Begins Countdown I Africa! We would not want to of all the men of the ,' ., fr,.:\ .
church for the
miss this. For the 11 o'clock preparation of ,
service Elder R. B. Hairston of this program. The Men's Day

After meeting continuouslysince Washington High School. Rev. Greensboro, N.C. will be the celebration climaxes the drive ;

January, the Steering H. B. Barkley contributed: to guest speaker and to climax for the benefit of the building ,.'v... ,
Committee of Greater Bethel the work of Rev. Sutton and 'the day Elder L. E. Daniels fund of St. Paul, put on each '
AME Church Is beginning the purchased needed equipment.The will bring the afternoon message I year by the men of the church.
countdown for the 67th anniversary late Rev. Henry Wesley a Mr. Cousens is the father of .

observance May 613. Mem Fayson and loyal mmbers of 'ihls meeting begins at 4 p.m. five delightful children, and MR\ MICHAEL\ COUSENS
of the committee are: Bethel completed and dedicatedthe I You are invited to attend has been a member of St. Paul
bers Mesdames O. B. Hogan, Artie present edifice in October Bethany Sabbath to join in with since 1948. In 1055 he became a Bethel AME Church and a native
Richardson, Margaret Carey, 1943. the men of the church to help member of the senior Steward of Miami, will speak in the
C. Hicks, Miss Melzie Elliott. A complete chronology of make this a day of success. A I Board. Ever since he has been* evening.' A day full of activities
Wilbur L. Ellison, John Goldsmith the history of Greater Bethel special male chorus will ren- a member of St. Paul, he has is in the making and it is the '
and Dr. James E. Hogan. and, the contributions made by der the music for all services. worked quietly, with little fan- sincere hope that the public 'I
the clergy and laymen of Afri-- fare, but with excellent results will find its way to St. Paul
Mrs. Fred Hicks Is the recording S.- can Methodism will be a focal GREATER NEW BETHEL in whatever he has undertaken; located at NW 10th Ave. and
secretary and Rev. point during the 67th anniver consequently there will be no 51st Terr., for both services on
A. Cousin Is observance coordinator observance. Members of April 28 is Woman's Day at surprise at the evening service Sunday.
for the Betel have chosen "67 Years in our church. -
Bethel Retrospect" as the anniversary You are cordially invited to
The history of Greater theme attend the well-planned servicesand I TEMPLE BAPTISTRev.
Is entwined in the history The1entire community is in share with us In our "Big Wbmans Day at

and growth of Miami. Having of vited to witness the programs Day." L. A. Thompson, pastor St. PaulThe
Its: beginning in the home 1896. planned each night during the Mrs. Beatrice Walden, teach. I The Training Union will
, A. C. Lightbourne observance. All events will be er from Palm Beach County is I church ground this Saturday
" and minister and
Bethel was moved to a tent held at the church. our morning speaker. sponsor a dinner sale on the memltoi
! H I of St. Paul AME Church
Ave. of Coconut
Tenth St and Mrs -
:;' then to _Jamie. Bryant, a teacher from noon til night. Friends are Grove
and invite
called 2nd St. in Dade will invited. you to attend -
i' which Is now GREATER ST. MARK P.B. County be our Donation one dollar.
their 21st
3rd Jewish Syna evening speaker. The youth choir will sing Day
evnowhstands on this spot. Rev. F. L. Johnson, pastor Free dinners will be served during the morning worship: program Sunday, April 28. The

church was moved Mrs. Ruthie Mae Scott, reporter following the morning service. Sunday and the No. 2 choir morning service will begin at
In 1899 the Life Rev H. Green, pastor of Mt. will render service 11 o'clock at which time Mrs.
site. The "A Price Tag on was during the Lenette
to the present Zion Methodist Church, Opa- evening. Plnnlngton, social
the the subject delivered by our
started by worker of
structure was locka, will render afternoon The iVo. 1 choir has the Dade County
father most honorable pastor Sunday.We plans for
sutton Welfare
Rev. R. B. Department will be the
late services.
Sutton, retired extend an Invitation to you a Rally" on the church
Effle speaker.
: of Miss of Booker T. I to worship with us throughoutthe Please come and worship ground Friday night, April 3.
dean of girls following weeks. We are in with us for "Blessed Is he that Refreshments free. Come out The evening service will be-

progress of getting ready for cometh" in the name of the and have some fun. gin at 0.30: ( o'clock. Mrs. Cecil
our church. anniversary to climax Lord. In the presence of invited McCartney will be the speaker.
FIRST BAPTIST on the> fourth' Sunday in Sister Eugene Cooper, chairman friends, Miss( Shirley A, Monroe I Your presence will be greatly
W. J. Macon, pastor : June. There will be a musical ; Sister Lola Martin co-I and William Gravatt were appreciated for this occasion. ,
Mrs.Rev.Sara McRae, secretaryIt's I. program Sunday, April 28 at chairman; Rev. W. K. Smith, quietly married at Temple by Mrs. G Perry, chairman; Mrs. \.('
April 28 and 3 p.m. sponsored by the Usher pastor the pastor last Saturday even H Jackson, co-chairman; Rev. if.,
Men's Day Board No. 1, ing. The attendants were Mrs. T. Wright' pastor.
the chairman, Deacon James Visit the sick and pray with Eliabeth Dullard and }Don Bui- ....
co-chairman, Zebe- TRINITY C M. E.
Wilson and them. lard. A reception followed at MT. HERMON'
dee Vickers are planning and financially a gala- ''1 Thought for the week: Look 511 NW 4th St. the home of Mrs. Hilda Edden,
day both spiritually not every man on his own Rev E. T. Brown, pastor me bride's aunt. Rev Samuel Gay, pastor
but also Members are reminded to at- How about you? Have
render things, every man on You you
are cordially Invited
Choir will to tend
The Men 1 I quarterly meeting this ever visited the Mt. Hermon
the of others.
service throughout the attend our services at any time.Won't Monday at 8 AME Church
song I I p.m. Reports and at 2245 Bunche
the men will be In you visit us soon? other
day and ,: NEBETHEL BAPTIST important business de- Park Drive. Or arc you one of
of The Tea of Roses
will be
charge of all departments presented mand your presence the members who joined and
the church for the entire day I 1571 NW 68th Terrace by Stewardess Board No. are proud of your membership?
including ushers and Sunday Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor 2 the 4th Sunday In May, Well if you are neither then
School and BTU teachers. Deacon Fred Williams, reporter Our minister and his wife MT. CALVARY BAPTIST you are missing something.

The chosen captains are Last Sunday night our pas, will attend the Connectional Kev. E. M. Thomas Our services are inviting and
Board in
steadily working to make thisa tor delivered a wonderful ser- Washington, D. C. May 1'Jiyllls Myeis pastor all of our members are friend
very successful day for the mon and Rev. Bain also 1. The reporter ly. Surely you owe It to your-
First Baptist. Their wonderful public is ,always wel- self to come sometime
men of preached: a sermon to wor-
come to
main objective is always to Sunday night. ST. MARY'S W. M. regular services.worship with us In our ship with us.

come up with a larger report This Sunday there will be a Rev II. V. Stuart, pastor I Our Women's On next Tuesday night, April
than the ladies on their day. battle of songs between the Alias, Dorothy Major, reporter Mrs Susie Day chairman, 30, the Rev., Walter White who
We would be very glad to three choirs. Our Easter Day was observedand that the entire is asking is an aspirant for the bishopric
attend our services Please don't forget to visit church put In 1004 will visit Mt. Hermon
have forth
you enjoyed by all who came a greater effort
You al the sick and shut-Ins. ,than ever for the purpose of relating him
throughout the day. and worshipped with us. I I before to make this J
a self
to First Remember you are always SUccessful as an eligible candidate
ways welcome to come Sunday there will be testl-! Woman's
Baptist and have your faith welcome to worship at New many service. The Male chorus I! Day.shut-ins for that high office. Dr. White
are Mra. is asking that
lifted. Bethel will furnish music morning and D i eyiLewln and Miss the all of his friendsof
night' Thomas Sally Dado and Broward areas
will please meet him there. He
The Usher's Union Associa-
tion will meet at our church. ST. has some interesting facts to Impart -
Baptists Hold Great Choir No. 2 will furnish music CHURCH with all.
I The men of Mt. Herman are
for the occasion. Ruth" NW 65th Street
E. Copeland busy setting up plans for our
Meet in Pensacola GREATER BETHEL AME Rev. J, ii. BlackneJJ, reporter sixth annual Men's Day We are
... ... pastor hoping that all of
-- - ---- our members
General State the sessions. I 245 N.W. 8th Street youth Sunday of was Youth Day The will get themselves In the atti
The Baptist
Convention, Dr. J. A. F. Finlay- Florida Normal and Indus- The home of Mr. and Mrs. way Most performed in every tude to expect the best of every.

son, president, held its annual, trial Memorial College, St. Augustine Wardell Brown, 1470 NW 73rd Youth Choir outstanding, under was the thing.
session April 0-14 at Pensacola I the only Baptist Institution Ct. was the scene of the 5th annual of Mrs. Ann the direction Sunday coming our junior ,
in the Easter Breakfast Smith. Visit. choir No. 1 will our
with more than 5,000 messengers of higher learning sponsor. ink with us occupy
and vistors in attendance.The state, was given substantial ij- ed by members of the No.3 T. Culmer Sunday was Rev. spacious stand to render music
nancial support.As usher board of Greater EJeuthera presiding elder 01 for the day. We are proud of
parent body assembledat a new departure In se- Bethel. Along with our mem- Services, Bahamas. our juniors. They are doing a
Greater Union Baptist lecting the seat of the annual tkrs and friends to enjoy this usual. for Sunday are a* great work In kingdom building.
Church, the Women's Auxiliary meeting, it was decided that affair were our pastor and wife, St. James t h t We are looking forward to
with Dr. Susie C. Holley as the 1964 session will be held Rev. and Mrs. S. A. Cousin, our friendly church with the warn. seeing you soon at the Biggest
at Mt. Olive, and Fort Lauderdale the 19G5 in welcome. Little Church in
president was in ; assistant, Rev. F. J. Hicks, Rev. Town. .
the Sunday School and Train- Daytona Beach and the 1960 in and Mrs. O. W. Foster. -
Ing Union Congress, led by Dr. the city of Jacksonville. The sponsors were Mrs. Lena
C. F. Felder, met at Mt. SInal. Most of the churches in Miami Brown, Willie M. Monroe, Lee Homecoming: at The IncarnationSunday t
The annual addresses of the were well represented by Ruth D. Taylor. The menu wasa
two executives were challenge their pastors and other work- variety of Juices, ham sau- April 28 the second times, we especially: Invite our

ing and inspiring, and that aug I ers.Among state visitors sauge, grits, eggs, jelly, coffee, II Sunday after Easter, also called weary brethren of the Incarna-
ust body responded in a tangible danlsh pastry, hot rolls and but Good Shepherd Sunday will be tion to come home again and
way in expressing appreciation -(were Dr. Mary Ross Auxiliary, presidentof of ter. Everyone left expressing I.dedicated "Homecoming Day" enjoy the services of the day. ;
to the leaders. u. -the Women's Baptist Conven- themselves as having enjoyed In the Church of the Incarna- Low Mass, 8 a.m.; Solemn
Strong messages and practtcal .I the National Dr. J. V. Jemlson. the can.ventlon's the breakfast. tion. While the public Is cordially Eucharist and Precession, ita.m. I
addresses were delivered, tion; corresponding secre- Mrs. Florence Washington, I !invited to worship with ; Vespers at 6 p.m. Againwe

and several choirs from'varfouspoints tary and Dr. C. H. Reeder of president; Miss Oretha Allen, I us at all times, where a graceful intercede . wo Invite . }
in the state accompanied in I Columbus, S. C. reporter. welcome awaits you at all we bid you welcome. I
their pastors to participate

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, ... ""- """ "ii! 1 April 20. She is survived by her JORDAN GROVE M. B.

.. husband, Moses, four children,
Rev. C. H. Smith
Albert . her mother, Martha Yearby, i pastorSis.
five brothers.and three sisters. Ella 1(:. Wright, ;reporterOn

-, ... ,._ _. ._ -.,...._... ,, ... Hospital: April 20. Services con Final rites and services will last Sunday morning was
''t" ducted Wednesday in the chapelE. be in Quitman, Ga. where she our Junior Day to render ser-

,/:. IN MEMORIAM IN I f MEMORIAL I 1IA :WARD died DAVIS in Jackson, 15830 was shipped Thursday. vice which was very good with
NW 17th Ct.,
k i! In memory of our dear be- C. Mozell officiatIng EDGAR our pastor delivering the mes-
In loving memory of our with Rev. A. BROOKS JR. of 5519
I brother and uncle, sage. Sunday evening our
'I" DAVID THOMAS oved husband and father, His wife, Hattie, a daughter four- NW 15th Ave. died ,as a resultof junior, along with Rev. O. Taylor
: Mrs. Pervies Wilson,
: who departed this life April 25, -- sisters, three brothe aandaa asx an automobile collision April rendered service at Fair-
19GO. and six 20. He is survived by his view Baptist Church.
sisters, three brothers widow Dorothy, five children,
Gone, but not forgotten. May survive.
he rest in peace and light per grandchildren his father, Edgar Sr., three For our church project for
petual shine upon him OTTIE brothers, Freddie, Charlie and Woman's Day we will have a
Mrs. Rosalee Johnson, Sis. JOHNSON, Eddie, two sisters, Judy Cunningham banquet Sunday evening, May
Mrs. sister 331 NW 13th St., died April 21. and Edna, several 19 at James E. Scott Community -
Spero Sweeting,
'I Colleen Sprlggs. niece Her survivors include her husband aunts. He was shipped to Vero Center on 22nd Ave. and

Maybel\ Reid, niece Otha; a daughter and a beach Friday night for final 71st St. For your ticket youmay
I I Winifred niece son, five sisters three brothers. rites. sde any member of Jordan
.. Taylor, Remains were sent to Tifton, i Grove. The price is only $1.00

r Ga. Friday for final rites. RONALD WILSON of 6202, single and $1.75 per couple.
CARD OF THANKS NW 14th Ct. died April 21. He I
c NORWOOD c. MCLAUGHLIN well known having lived
The family of the late, was GRACE
ELLA PITTS of 2171 Wilmington St., died here 48 years. He is survivedby

wish to express sincere thanks<: April 22. An old citizen of this his widow, Violet, 8 sons, Friday und Saturday afternoon -
and appreciation to their many area, he is survived by his Ronald, Charles Harry, Lonnie, the women of the
friends and neighbors for their widow, Mildred; three daugh- Eugene, Derrick Michael ana church will sponsor a "Kiddie'sCarnival"
cards, telegrams, flowers and ; ters, a son, two brothers and a Richard. Also two daughters on the church
acts of kindness rendered during sister. Services Saturday, at 2 O'Linda and Patsy Ann, a grandchild grounds. Everyone is invited,
:: our hours of bereavement.. p.m. at Mt. Zion AME Church, and two sisters. Services with activities beginning at 2
We especially thank neigh Rev H Greene!, pastor. He will will be held Saturday at 1:30: o'clock.
bors and friends on CSth St. and repose In the Opa-locka chapel p.m. at Kelly's Chapel AME\
the ]Bain's Funeral Home. Friday at 3 p.m. Church, 71st St. and 15th Ct. The Golden Age Club of the .
R May God bless each and He will lie in repose at his James E. Scott Community Association
everyone of you. 11iI-tS. BEULAH MAE TILL- 'I home 0 p.m. Friday and will will be special guests
Mr\ and Mrs. John Willis ELDER ALEXANDER 'j MAN, 1221 NW 2nd St., died I remain there until funeral at the Sunday morning service.
I. Mr. and Mrs. Easter Taylor April 21. Her husband, two time. I We are very happy to have
Mr. and Mrs. Bythle Pitts WELLS, JR. daughters, mother and father them worshipping with us.
I survive. Arrangements are in I I MRS. LILLIE GREEN MIKE I On Sunday at 3 p.m. the children
who passed to the Great complete. of 1733 NW 3rd Ct., died April and youth of the church
IN I r MEMORIAL I l I Beyond April 23, 19(32. I I 21. She had been a resident of will present an Easter programat
He that believeth in me thoughhe the Miami area for more than the Dade County Children's
In loving memory of o u i were dead, yet shall he live. 20 years and was a member of Home at Kendall.
dear mother, Though our hearts are filled IN MEMORIAM the Greater Israel Bethel Primitive
with sorrow. From this earth In loving memory of our dear Baptist Church for 15 Everyone is invited to wor-
," you had to go one year seems daughter mother and sister, years. ship with us at Grace.
like<: a thousand. A broken link Her survivors include herson

we could never replace. Charlie Green, her mother
)y Mother\ Rebtcca Wells, wife Mrs. Josephine Howard, NEW PROVIDENCERev.
Mrs.\ Fannie McPherson, several grandchildren. Arrange C. J. Burney, pastor
daughter ments are incomplete. Sis Claudia Wilson, reporterWe
ret Host of relatives and friends
are thankful to God for
1 LIVINGSTON BURROWS, His continued blessings. Our
h ?' fondly known to his many pastor and other members who
IN MEMORIAMSacred x' friends as "Winkie" died at his attended the State Conventionhave
;. home, 1817 NW 69th Terr on returned with the good

to the memory of our April 23. He was a residentof news concerning the session.
beloved husband and father, the Miami and Liberty City The Young Matrons will celebrate -

.. JAMES\ ELMO CORNELLwho I areas for many years having their anniversary Sunday,
.\. entered eternal rest April come here from his home in April 28. They will be expectingyou
25 1950."There the Bahamas during his early to be present at 3 p.m.
is no death: the stars manhood. He is survived by Continue in prayer for t h e
+ go down his widow, Ida, four daughters, sick and those who are out oi

To rise upon some other shore, y1 ,< !Mesdames Allison Smith, Irma town on various occasions that
And bright in heaven's jeweled x. $ Anderson?, Merlene Taylor and they will be able to return
crown Ella Wychepa) brother, Johnnie, safe. We welcome you to our
They shine for evermore. four sisters, nine grandchildren. services at all times.
And ever near us, though unseen Services will be conducted on
,.,. < Saturday at 4 p.m. at St. James
WI The dear Immortal spirits AME Church, Rev. J. B. Black ST. BARNABAS W. M.
MRS. MARIAN G. BROWN tread; nell officiating. He will be in
\ who departed this'life April 26, For all the boundless universeIs .-.. "'...c....: """"",,, SIti repose In the chapel at 1 p.m. 5781 NW 24th Ave.
1962. Rev. E. A. Culmer, pastor
) life there are no dead. VIOLA BETHEL Friday
.'f One has passed dear Mrs. Soh pie Dawklns, reporterThe
year Mrs. B. R. Cornell, wife who departed this life April 21,
mother since God has called
Mrs. Naomi Cornell lOGO in New York City. public is cordially invit
you home to be with Him in Gooding, daughter We loved her but Jesus loves Francis . ,v ed to attend our first church
Heaven around the snow white anniversary starting April 22-
throne. her best. MARY C. JOHNSON, daugh. 28.
Joseph H. Culmer father ter of Mrs. Willie
Ada Sams of .
God knows how much
we Charles Bethel, husband 271 NW 10th St. died April 15. Visiting' are as fol.I

..... miss memory you, never fade shall your IN MEMORIAMIn Thelma Three grandchildren Adder y, daughter Services Christian held April 22 at The I I lows Monday: April 22, 8 p.m. -

\ Loving thoughts shall always loving memory of our beloved Merina Kerr sister : Fellowship Church. St. James AME, Rev. J. B.Blacknell. .
Survivors in
addition to her
wanderTo mother and grandmother
the where Lillian Burrows, sister mother, include a stepfather, Tuesday, April 23 8
spot you were p.m.
t' laid. 1 ",. ": - "" : f Joseph and James Culmer, Louis Sams; a brother, Terry Trinity CME", Rev. E. T. Brown,
brothers Mayes; grandfather, Eugene :
The I
Family 11 11I
; And a host of other relatives Kimbrough and: other relatives.
I Wednesday, April 24, 8 p.m.-
Bethel Apostolic Temple, Mother

In loving memory of our dear CARD OF THANKS \I Infant daughter of Mr and Mrs.I i I Thursday, April 25, 8 p.m. -
i husband and brother, I Leo Williams of 14820 104th Ct. .. The family of the late. In Richmond Heights, died at I P. Goff, pastor.
l t\,I\ MRS. ORIENT hOWE Christian Hospital April 22. Friday, April 20, 8 p.m. -
I I who passed from this life on Graveside services held in Para. Junior Church and Sunday
S April G wish to express thanks disc Gardens on Thursday, School program.Sunday .
s and appreciation to all who April 25 with Fr. Theodore R. April 28, 11 a.m. -
'I shared our sorrow by acts, Gibson officiating. General Supt., Rev E. A. Cul
words and deeds of kindness mer.

during our days of grief. Sunday 7:30: p.m., Rev. E. A.
To Father Culmer and the Richardson Culmer pastor.
1 1c St. '.Agnes' Church congrega- . .
I tion, the fraternal organiza- THOMAS WHITAKER of
tions and Range Funnral Home 919 NW 45th St. was dead on BETHANY SDA
we are also grateful. May Godbless arrival at Jackson Hospital on
Elder C. B. Rock
!' you one and all. April 22. He is survived by 'a pastor
: Y; Signed: brother, David. The body was Men's Day is April 27 at
Mesdames Gladys Evans, shipped on April 24 to the West Bethany S. D. A. Church. The
I Orient Bowe and Maria Funeral Home in Montezuma, men are uniting in one big
"' Jenkins daughters Ga, where services rally to help in the building
Ir i' ___..... ._ .__.m_..._...._ .'___ . April 28. will be held I fund, as the new church is

:: L". ....:'/It ELIZABETH INGRAM _RANDOLPH speaker nearing for completion.divine The guest will
<' IN MEMORIAM BROWN, 765 worship
Who departed this life April NW 1st court, apt. 3, died April 1k Elder Ralph Hairston from
{L 28, I960. In memory of our dear 22. He is survived by a wife, Greensboro, N.C.
R The saints of God their wander. mother, Bessie, three daughters, Mrs. David Pemberton I It* chaIr-
ing done, IDELLA RUCKERwho Louise Norman, Peggy and man and Cornelius: Hanfleld,
: :.).. No more their weary course departed this life April 25, Ethel Lee, a son -Randolph. William Glenn, co-chairmen.
they run, 1902. Services Saturday. They are soliciting your pray.
THOMAS M. FARRINGTONwho No more their faint Gone, but not forgotten. We ers that God will continue to
,, departed this life April No more their fall loved you but Jesus loved you -- bless the program.I. .

24, 1002.There's No foes oppose, no tears appall.Oh best.Five USHERS UNIONThe
an open gate at the end happy saints"forever blessedIn daughters: -
of the road that dear home how sweet. Sara: Morman Usher's Union Associii- < C. MIckms of Mt. Olivette
Through which each must go your rest. Sophia Rucker tion fourth Sunday program will deliver the message. A I
alone Mrs. Irene Williams, Tommie Lee Black will be held at St. Mary's W. M; program has been pre-
.' And there Is a light we can- daughterMrs. Louise Washington Church, 1609 NW, 5th court. time by the committee. The .
not see Rachel Tomlln, Lucile Johnson The program will be sponsored public is Invited. J
? Our father claims his own daughter Mother, father, 3 brothers, 8 between Mt. Olivette Seniors Deacon David Hudson, president -
Eloulse Farrington, wife Addrenna Smith, daughter sisters, other relatives and and St. Mary's Senior Ushers, ; Miss Dorothy Major, re I
Thelma Rahmlngs, sister And Grandchildren jfrlends time of program, 3 p.m. Rev. porter.THE 1
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ROOM for rent Quiet home. NO QUALIFYING '3-b droom SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1963 PAGE 13
Men -
only 1012 NW 75th St
PL 84925. house. Freshly painted, appli
ances. $300 down $85 .month,
Life Realty, 4932 NW 7th Ave Studio Ill PlayhouseHas

FOR RENT FOR SALE PL 9-4371.. Open Sundays.

FURNISHED or unfurnished 2-bedrooms, all furn. home In Choice OfferingsOpening
apt. In Opa-locka area 1-bedroom $250 down for this nice CBS lovely area. Ready for Immedl -
unfurnished. $15 week, 2. home. Florida room, car porte, ate occupancy. Very small featuring Ron Pinchbeck In the
bedroom Unfurnished. $18, 1. large utility room, nicely fur down payment. Call at once for Saturday evening, role of Hal Carter. The com-
bedroom furnished $21, 2-bed nished too. Total $8,990. Only appointment. Fenster Realty, May 11, William Inge's Pulitzer plete cast list will be publishedin
rooms furnished $25. Call Mlc $76 month pays all. Call A. Ben- 12GO NW 62nd St. PL 98779. Prize winning play, "Picnic," a few days.
kins Rental Agency. NE 4-0500.) Kori Realtor, 714 NW 62nd St.
Indf Nite PL 9-5533. Days PL 43131. Studio M Playhouse produc-
FOIl SALE OH LEASE Woman's Day at tion of "La Rondo" continues
1-BEDROOM furnished apt. Al CORNER 3-bedroom CBS. CBS 2story professional nightly except Mondays' at The
utilities, downtown area. $18 ef Double lot 2-car garage, 1% building. Suitable for d rug Mt. MoriahNew Gallery Restaurant. Show time

ficlettcy, $13. Call Mlcklns Rental bath rooms. Appliances and store, doctor's office, attorney, Mt. Moriah women are 0 p.m.The. entire public Is Invitedto
Agency. NE 40500. Indf some furniture $400 down, $82 funeral parlor.
Ample parking, mindful of the fact, "Every attend these plays.
'- month and owner pays your etc. Broker protected. 2260 NW wise woman buildeth her
FFICI NCY. ,Furnished, air closing costs Life Realty, 4932 62nd St. 6884825. Open Satur- house; .but the foolish pluckethit The Church of God in Christ
t cortditioher 4 adult NW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371 Open day and Sunday FllAccurate down with her own hands."
only. Quiet neighborhood. Cal Sundays and evenings. On Sunday, April 28 we are 1809 NW 5th Avenue
PL 8-9565. 1210 NW 77th Terr. celebrating our annual Wo Elder J. C. Jackson, pastor
NO QUALIFYING Duplex man's Day. The speaker for tha Nathaniel Thomas, reporter
Ems CLAN ROOi\r.: Private $500 down and move In. Both THE morning will be Mrs. Walton J. "I was glad when they said
bath, entrance, home privileges apartments have 2-bedrooms and Robinson, principal: of A. L. unto me, let us go into the
1860 NW 47th St. NE /5-5283. ire fully furnished. Lot Is extra Lewis Elementary School house of the Lord."
large and runs right Into Manor CHRISTIAnSCiEnCE The evening speaker, Mrs. Sunday was a high day. At
ROOM. Men only. OX 1-6073 Park. Life Realty. 4932 NW 7th Ylllle ,A. Jones, who is a teacher I noon service the senior choir
1444 NW 71st St. Ave. PL 9-4371. Open Sunday. of adult education.You I directed by Mrs S. Perkins was
owe it to yourself to I at its best The sermons were
2-BEDROOM HOUSE. Nice big LOVELY 3-Bedroom CBS on hear these able women speak. delivered by our pastor
lot. $20 week. Also 4-room extra large lot. Top locationon The puWic Is Invited. Fifth Avenue Is looking for-
house $12,50 week. Call Satur I 47th St. near 12th Ave. Only ward to its annual MissionariesDay
day. 2260 NW 62nd St. $150 down and owner pays your mOmmR celebration to bo held) the
closing costs Life Realty, WANTED fourth Sunday.
You can add $50 to your Income -
688-4825'1 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 9-437l Visit Fifth Avenue, the
part time. 531 NW 2nd
UNFURNISHED,: Apt, Open Sunday and evenings. Ave. Apply 9 a.m. Monday friendly church with the warm
iently located on bus line 2- through Saturday M17 welcome or worship together
bedrooms, living room, bath NO QUALIFYING House this week, you need not walk
and kitchen, 1131 NW 1st St. and extra lot. Lovely Florida 1'IllVATN INVESTIGATORCivil nlone.
for Information call 379-8575. room, carport, appliances. A domestic criminal Our prayers still go out to
bargain at $10,000, $500 down Complete Phone NE 4-8331 day or night.D. Willie M. Perkins, who is In
FULLY FURNISHED ROOM, and $75 per month. Life Realty, PRESLEY A27 the Cloverleaf hospital
kitchen and telephone privilege, 1932 NW 7th Ave. PL 94371.
::: ;; $ $ :J.I J.
new building reasonable. 1929 N.ews : ; ; ;;:
NW 6th St. OX 05685.A LOVELY CBS Big Florida I

room, tile roof, awnings, houseIs Coverage
NICE front room In a quiet Immaculate. The nicest one Income Security OpportunityGovernment
Christian home. 1 or 2 quiet on the block. $100 down and ,
men, lady or couple. 47th Eft. $83 month. Life Realty, 4932
area. Call 634-9654. I NW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371 Open Printed in Work
Sundays and evenings
ROOM In private home home *
like atmosphere. Man preferred. 'BEAUTIFUL HOME for large BOSTON TRAIN FOR CIVIL SERVICE EXAMS
1826 NW 55th St. Phone NE family or can lie used as income LOS ANGELES

32740. 3-bedrooms, 2 baths, LONDON
information phone
Manor Park area. $600 down.A .
COCONUT GROVE? to rent Ben-Korl, Realtor, 714 NW
with option to buy, 2-bedroom 32nd St. Nites PL 9- 333. Days KEY TRAINING SERVICE OF
home oak floors, tile roof 3311 DL 4-3131. 1 Veor $22 6 Months $11
I Florida Ave. Call HI 81119. 3 Months $5.50 Suite 34L, 1110 N.E. 163rd Street

Beautiful home for large Clip this edvcrtiiemtnt and
RICHMOND HEIGHTS for return It with your check or
family or can be used as income
rent with option to buy, 3-bed 3-bedrooms, 2 baths. money order tot North Miami Beach, Fla.
Th. Christian Science Monitor
room home, carporte, built-in Manor Park area. $600 down, One Norway Street
oven and range/ 13701 JacksonSt. A. Ben-Korl, Realtor, 714 NW Boston 15, Mme PB-16' Phone Wilson 5-5415
Call HI 8.1119.2BEDROOM 3 nd St. Nites PL 0-5335. Days

PL 43431. _....
Duplex, freshly ;:: !! :;; :::::: ::: ;;
)painted Inside and out. Hot and
cold water. Kitchen fully fur
nished. Large yard with fruit LET . TV SERVICE AND SALESPL
trees and 2752 NW 60th
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week. We do not give free estimates-Honest estimates
LOVELY 3-bedroom house completely require work. Our prices are lower than others doing

furn. Large corner with Experienced capable patrolmen private investigation comparable good work. We repair, sell and rent
fruit and shade trees. Quiet, extra TV's radio, hi-fi's. Our work guaranteed. Free de-
storeroom. No children. male and female operators. Call
5900 NW 23rd Ave.A livery.

ROOM for a real nice, clean AUTIMWI/ICD PACTOIir TV IU I'AJft & HAUCH
lady or man. Come by or call DAY OR NIGHT. MIAMI", FLA. 923 NW 62nd Street PL 1.8381
NE 4-8195, 5710 NW 19th Ave.

NICE HOUSE. Chain link ...-r_..._ ..- ----
fenced yard for high class NEE TIIK WOUMVflCHEAT I
small family. Convenient to I I
everything. $20 per week. Will A Trim Loader SAVE! on the finest
:sell $100 down. NE 55560. 35 Yearn of Experience

O"op" Ilnntrr l I4. well known as
room unfurnished house free
;gas and water. 6043 NW; 24th you arc sick, worried or In
,Ave. troubled till I IH the place to come
Don't stay In the rut, push back ,
:3-BEDROOM HOUSE with the veil of bad lurk' that necnift WIGS
screened; porch, near Sanitary to hold you In your track and
Laundry and garment center. advance forward It y the help of ';
Bus half block away. See at God under the leadership of ? .
231 NW 22nd Lane. $50 per Prof. Hunter who has. 33 yearn $ Compare
month. Call owner PL 47215. of experience. in spiritual and 8 9 $11'J.30( & UI'
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Knights of Pythias r THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA.
T. Washington I
And Calanthe I
WHAT MAKES The whole vocabulary is differ
24 was Spring Registration Ing impression at the University Rose of Sharon Lodge No. 22 ent, too. No Southern girl would
Day. Students buzzed here of Miami that it has Been meets April 27. Rose of Sharon SOUTHERN' GIRLS dream of replying to a compli--
and there trying to decide what requested to do a "return en- Court meets April 29. ? ment with a curt "Thank you."
subjects they would take next gagement" of the "Slave With Royal Palm Lodge No. 84, DIFFERENT She would be apt to drop her
Two Faces" for four days in Sir Abram Grace Jr., chancellor What makes Southern girls eyes and murmur, "how sweetof
year. May. This will be a paid pro- meets May 6. different? . Well, that some- you to say so." But there :
J Winning first place In the duction in the Ring Theatre on Faith of Hope No. 32 meets thing Yankee boys ', and are a lot of things besides the
annual typewriting contest was the university's campus. May 7; Lily of the Valley Juvenile Western boys .and Southern way she speaks that makes a
j Gloria Mitchell, a senior. Ap- The Girls Senate is sponsoring Court, May Ij: Joyce San- boys, too, have been trying to Southern different
Juvenile Ma- girl . .
made before
ders was figure out since days
15 students "Hobo Dance" Saturday
proximately a in the Admission is tron of Lily of the Valley Juv Scarlet O'Hara. Now, they and you'll find out what they
peted In the contest. Students night gym. enile. wondering because in in the
35 cents. Everyone is urged to can stop are May issue of Ladles'
represented Mays, Carver, his favorite "hobo" cus- Gleam of Hope Lodge No. 18, the May issue of Ladles' Home Home Journal.
North Dade and Miami North- wear Sir Walter L. Belle, chancellor Journal a Southern girl revealsall
western schools. Booker T. also tume. meets May 2. There will be an the secrets of sweet young
won second place. Emma Jean Chosen as Miss Charmantsof initiation held that night. things from below the Mason-
Crockett, a junior, won the 1963 is charming Linda Orange Blossom Lodge No. Dixon Line. These add up to TV SICK, ?
honor. Robinson, a Junior. Her attendants 16, meets May 4; Knights of Py- an elusive, indefinable quality
are Delores Lanier and thias and Calanthe are getting called Southern Charm. It epito- Have It repaired on credit It
The Maharajah of Trinidad Audrey Thomas. Linda will be ready for their -grand session mizes all that's soft and femi- you live in Liberty City or
appeared in the auditorium crowned at the Annual Char which will be held In St. Peters- nine and desirable. It starts Brownsville. Pay weekly Free
Wednesday, April 24. The Ma mants Ball which will be held burg In May. We hope the dele- with that soft Southern drawl estimate.
harajah presented a large select May 31. Laurasteen Thompson gates will be there in large . and not so much as whatIs DIAL 690-3581
tion of magic tricks. reporter. / numbers. said but the way it is said. 2636 N.W. 62nd 31.

The Foreign Language Department _

Friday planted, April a 19.Friendshiptree. The tree ::::;::: :

was planted in the beautiful
patio. Seventh graders also
planted a tree to observe Ar-

bor Day. WIN A FREE Lk
Members of Thespian 2112 returned
Wednesday, April 24, X
from the State Drama Festival
held at FAMU in Tallahassee,
April 2123. The Troupe pre- ALLEXP'ENSEHOLIDAY [
sented "The Slave With Two .
Faces" at the festival. The
Troupe made such an outstand-


Florida Normal

April Alumni 27 Day NASSAU ,OR 2FREE '

National Alumni Association of
i Florida Normal and Industrial .
Memorial College will hold its 7/
': annual Alumni Day observe x Open an account
vances Saturday, April 27 beginning -
at 2 p.m. for .$100 and

This special session will be P !t"::' chaolttl ono>

held in Annex.the Jonathan-Sewell Library ,.. of(heso beautiful gttttoofeV

The Alumni Day session is
usually held the day before the / ;
Baccalaureate Service, but was V. n .,1 K4 -b eh ,
moved up to an earlier date by ; VACUUM eLAssCOPfr
popular request, according to w {a BRBWBR4'b
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','1 John L. Jackson, executive 7/4/ 4_ ? #_._ c' 'a cup Capacity
secretarytreasurer.Special .
the ftnuttjutilty
honors this year will product
be bestowed upon graduates of ' of lb kind
the college during the following Pick up your entry card at Franklin Federal '"

i years: 1003. 1913, 1923, 1933,
] Savings and Loan Association
1943 and 1953. Persons who of Miami,
were members of either of corner of 10th ,Street and 3rd Avenue. > ?
these classes should contact the OTYRENB ,a a ,
executive secretary, National Nothing to buy and you don't even have to 1., PLASTIC'
Asslciatlon. Florida "' '
Alumni PICNIC C 's =
Normal and Industrial Memorial open an account to participate. Simply fill COOLER

College. out the entry card and. return It to Franklin Ptrfuct for

, tithing, .
Federal', and that' Itl I '
\ .4 The Poinciana Park School ,
PTA cordially Invites you to its SIGNAL LAMP AND PLASHKKjComptct
; annual Calendar Tea, Sunday, :::="_- fit lump throws t f w.rfutlongftngt
f April 28 from 4 to 6 p.m. The Q"m oflfght30PISOK
guest speaker will be Mrs. Ath- --
alie Range, former Dade County -
Council president. Musical You'll travel In Pan American's Jet luxury liner I
selections will be rendered
some of our outstanding singers and spend four glorious days and nights In '___ __V
in the city. Mrs. Josephine
Nassau at the
British Colonial Hotel. Franklin
Champion is president and Mrs.

Elizabeth N. Pittman, principal. _Federal.will pay your expenses Including meals, GOTHAM BIVBKAOB SET

hotel, and transportation and In addition will mag"mcen.ddltJolt'OYOII/lqm...

I Fashion Tea give you $50 spending money

The Woman's Day Committee
of Mt. Sinai Baptist Churchis 80, visit Frankllrr Federal! at,your earliest

sponsoring a fashion tea Sunday possible moment. Pill
out the card
entry and
April 28 from 4 to 6 p.m
at the home of Mrs. Bernice you may be the winner of a magnificent
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.'t,.*,.... .....('., I SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1963 PAGE 15

: :;:::f"
.i%::' '::' The struggle for religiousunity
as evidenced by the Catholic Florida Zetas MeetIn
Congress and
the various world councils of
churches which have been held Orlando Saturday "
II from time to time, is highly
commendable. It shows the sincerity Delegates from the 21 Florida plans and procedures. The Mi
wmmm of man's efforts to follow I chapters of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority ami chapter is local hostess for
.;. Jesus's admonition" to "love one I Inc. are called to a the 10G3 Boule to be held July
another. i
meeting April! 27 ,in Orlando. 15-20. All Florida Zetas are
STUDENT GOVERNMENT matics is perhaps the most dif Why can't the various denom Tne occasion is the annual Joining with their sisters in .
DAYIt ficult and challenging. What. inations come together? Cer- meeting of, Florida Zetas set Miami to share the event.
ever you finally chose to do in of tainly Christ all agree on the teachings for the purpose of discussing Other reports include the I I
is a custom that near the life, do it well. as the basis for their common goals and projects.Mrs. Scholarship Committee, State
end of the school year, a special beliefs. This In itself should Marian II. Shannon, state ScrnpUbok Committee and Zeta
day Is allowed students to Children are somewhat diffi bring the unity needed for mer director, has revealed that the Amicae. Reports to be 'given
play teachers. This day Is called cult to handle. You must treat ger.What theme. "Setting Zeta Goals for by Mesdames Hilda Smith,
"Student Government Day." one as you treat the other, Just then deters them? I be. Optimum Service" will set the Hazel Scott and Olive B. Williams -
On this day students get a as delicate, Just as firm. Above lieve that, in part, it is due toman's pace for a full day of activities. respectively, Mrs. Williams -
chance to experience the responsibilities all you mUst be fair and consid interpretations of the The meeting will begin at 0:30: is the State Director of
of a teacher. Sincea erate at all times.It symbolisms in religion of the a.m. and at 4 p.m. The place Zeta Amlcae.
student cannot actually one point. Some say sprinkle, will be the Educational Build- ,
carry is not expected that others A special feature of the ses-
the weight of instruction, the make your students love you in water.say immerse completely Ing of the Mt. Olive AME sion will be an hour devoted to
teacher does not leave the class However, It is you. Church, Bryant and Washington undergraduates. Representativesfrom
your duty to such differences be
room., The teachers remain
to Univer-
teach them. You Florida\ A and
assist the student. What the them if do cannot teach sufficient to keep us from becoming In addition to tho Inspirational sity, Florida Normal and Be-
they not
total day amounts to is the student you. They will not respect difference one fold? To some, this greetings extended by the thune-Cookman College will be
assisting the teacher fora unless they feel within respect them-you In where means a difference hostess chapter, Epsilon Epsl- In charge. The "baby' chapter
day. selves that you are sincere. Yet world. we end up in the next Ion Zeta of Orlando, Mrs. Clara Zeta Mu Zeta of Palatka will
when all is said and done An Williams, baslleus( other speak. be honored during the occa-
Student Government Day is usually interesting example of era will include Mrs. Ozora W.
a Student Council project. It is someone was not touched how symbolism can be taken Shelly, Daytona Beach; Mrs.
highly organized. usually, the Don't despair; reflect upon 'too literally Is shown in the Essie 1(. James Palmetto; Mrs.
president of the Student Council ; the Master teacher. Did Qur'ran, the Muslim bible. Aswe Hilda P. Smith Tampa; and
._ acts .principal. _The presiuems he reach them all? know the followers of Mu. Mrs Hattle_E. Shavers Barber, ANDREWS JEWELERS
ot oiner lop student organizations Teaching is not fun. It is a hammad Instlnctly turn towards I Pompano. The latter two are J:Xl'I;H'r WATCH AND
Mecca when
serve in other administrative job as any other, but it demands who they pray. One officers of the Southeastern CLUCK HKIMIHK
positions.The more. It is said that ostracized.did not do so would be Region which includes Florida, 40 Years In Business!
activity Is open to any "others" work from sun to sun, Yet Muhammad Georgia and South Carolina. All work guaranteed
member of the 9th grade class but a teacher's work is never said, "There Is no piety Mrs. Juanita Plnckney, bash
in the junior high school, and done. This is for the most part In turning your faces to the leis of the Beta Tau Zeta chapter 303 N.W. 2nd Ave.
It Is open to any member of the true. Teaching demands devo east or to the west, but he Is Miami, will bring a special
' 12th grade class in a senior high tion, patience and dedication. pious the last who Welieveth in God and report to the group on Joule FR 3.0152

school. You will not make a lot of and the day and the angels, .- .. ""'- ,..,..
scriptures and the - L "' "' '- ''''""- ''' -
Since the would-be teachers money, so if money is your aim, phets." (Sura 2:172.: ) pro
almost always outnumber aschool's Uhe.choose other another hand occupation.if On Thus, while all may turn towards NORTHERN JOBS TOP SALARIESThe
faculty, not everyonecan 1 as you pass Mecca, It is not
through life and a true
actually get to be a student sincere you have a principle of the faith. As in finest live-in jobs available
teacher. A student must inform as did JesUs Christ; help then J people Judaism and Christianity, the Maids, mother's helpers, cooks, house keepers,
of their the wish teachers to replace in writing themon 'ing is for you. Teaching is helpIng life.true religion is In living the couples, etc. No deposit, no registration fee

Student Government Day. molding people lives., guiding youth, and Let us all look Into the var TRANSPORTATION ADVANCED
The teacher normally receives ious symbols of religion to find
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From the letter received by the accept them as a challenge. away. When we get so busy
teacher the Student Govern-' This Student Government Day living the true life, we will forget .
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based on selectivity.Some day rise's of life your life, or someone that man.we are the brotherhood of - ,.. ,.. ,.. ,.. ,.. ,..
because you taught
teachers capitilize on them for a day and from you, -.<: -ir ,..,.. ,..,.. ,..,.. "' "' '''''''"''' "''' '''''' '''"'''-L'''' .
this day to further
Inspire students they learned something useful.
to broaden their horizons May I leave this She h 0.. 30
and raise their level l of aspira.lion. with you? I hope that quotation you will years experience ,, Lincoln Fields Apartments
Student are informed that remerber It throughout no n Burccna In
they have been chosen by the life. If you do, I am sure your that life. Ilnve a
Student Council. A few stu- it will help you In most of your happy the home, pet 2045 N.W. 62nd Street
dents are Informed by the ndeavors: positionyou
teacher in writing.. This letter "Go as far as you can see,, want, get .
out of the
can be a source of inspirationmany then see how far rut
years later. you can go. by tho help of Enjoy Living in Our Cool, Clean Apartments _

May the experience you God. Jet my Offering Many Features
Here for you and students gather by teaching my classes years of experlenee
throughout' Dade County Is the be both meaningful and rewarding help you FREE GAS
text of such a letter of response to both you and your stu In business,, and
to a student on Student Government 'lents. In work, In Tile Bathroom Refrigerator Gas Store
Day: Very Truly Yours love
Dear Miss Williams: Cousin, four psychic nnd' friend for 30 Newly painted Venetian Blinds
I have selected you to teach years. Cloned all day Wed. and Washing Machines ,Laundry Rooms
my classes on Student Government will be at the hilt home, 5117
Day. I chose you because H.W. 17th St., Hollywood, Fla. Free Parking Auto hot water heater
you are making quite an impressive P foaling meeting every Wednesday Free Garbage Disposal Filtered water
record. I have observed I 1 night.
your conduct, attitude and CALL IN PERSON -
efforts. These qualities, along A CARETAKERS ON PREMISES
with your scholarship and attendance Madam Hunter
make me feel that you N .
are a fine person to represent 1657 NW 73rd St.
Weekly Rates
me.Because SERVICEWilliam Miami, Fla.
you are one of my Sunday 10:30 to :2 Office
former students, It is even more Pinder, Sr. hours dally 10 8 p.m. : $14.50 bedroom $18.50 2 bedroom Apt. R
gratifying to learn that you as- Licensed by state and
pire to be a mathematics teach. Professional Piano Tuner (lending dally. county : Renting Office open every day' Phone OX 1-8862 |j

er. I must warn you, however, And* Repairer ,.. ,
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that choosing one's career is 1935 N.W. 153rd St.
not a matter to lie taken light.
ly. Teaching In not an easy job. Opa-Iocka
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. Police "Arrest" Chuck Jackson For Annual Ballm
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Bounce UlU;:' some: anee; AU V.
ti' PAGE 16 SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1963 By STANLFA' SWEETING ers call It, "The D. D. Madison
'<; Association boasting parts I and II on Glow
,, ; ,,' ... ,.f., 4 Ci a Police Public Relations ,Director ,iiEp Hill Records favorite.stands out as a
D. D. "Wishing and
Tickets to this town's first Waiting" and "Blest my Soul"

LOOKING THE . summer dance extravaganza are 4, 'l, r9 are both high Up on her repertoire
1 of popular songs 2
hot off the DreSs I if **
x.. already In the hands of Shaw-Artists Corp. is in high
SPORTS WORLD OVER 'early-buyers," wno along with praise of the Chuck .tacks on-
Gardner-D D. and
the Negro. Police Benevolent Don aray
I Association, sponsors fsumptu no one,. but no one, can match
By LEO ARMIJRISTER fair, are predicting a the enthusiasm expressed by
ous turnout Police Benevolent, Association

-... -._ __ .......- .&&44 1 scheduled for business manager, Willie J. Calhoun -
The May 18, will who has all his sights
Saturday night,
Bundle Swimming Pool '" feature for your dance and en aimed at a swellegant affair for
I tertainment pleasure, the inImitable his hundreds of patrons and
Chuck Jackson, delineator _
moo policemen buddies, M4
Life Saver to Community stylist of extraordinary.popular tunes The and song-sceneof DON GARDNER DEE FORD AND ,

welcomed additionto setter if the mood is right activity will be the Harlem DEE
A the most Bunche Park Opa- when the run for the Roses Is Square Club Ballroom, 1000 NW Louisiana lovely D. D. Ford.

locka area is the new centrally contested late in May. 2nd Ave. Miss\ Ford and Don, accordingto

located county constructed dance critics are hard to beat.

swimming pool. LISTOX PATTERSON p fd'l The combination has clicked i
For more than a decade, ever FIGHT IN GAMBLING is 'a 3 3as ,from coast to coast. liThe D. D.
since the rapid developmentand CAPITOL /r vv L
of this northwest c
growth .
division, there has been a painful The big time bettors won the
need for a swimming poolto first round of the Liston-Pat- 1 a y YY FORD REAL ESTATE SPECIALSSee
accomodate the thousandsof terson fight, when they successfully :
residents who settled there pulled it out of Miami our large selection of home We have the pricesto
literally overnight.Each Beach and placed it in their own start at $100.
Down payments
syndicated surroundings. The ;: your pocketbook.
year and especially gate may not set a record but Call us and! we will pick you up to see these homes
vacations the
during summer It is a sure bet that the betting "
mounting death toll by drown department will handle the 1-869 N.W. 73rd Street $500 down

ing in the this muddy otherwise canal well that 1 largest take ever placed on a See this beauty. 2-bedroom CBS: home. No qualifying -

bisects planned community is apalllng fight. no closing costs. Ask for Lee.

so it is with deep gratitudethat 2-2-bedroom CBS home. Florida, room and porch.

and all enjoy Opa-lockans this much will need accept A CBS beauty. Move right in., $91 month i includes:

ed form of recreation that can SOCIAL SECURITY taxes and insurance. Ask for Miss Leona for this
prove to be a life-saver rather Handsome and youthful beauty.: '
than a kiIler.Heretofore Chuck is a woman's delight. His
R expert handling of tuneful songs 3-1577 N.W. 70th, Street, $18 week
there has been .. and melodies puts him high 3-bedrooms, fenced yard. Rent with option. to
little, if swimming
very any among the top crop of record
classes conducted In the school t7 -,..IJIM = and stage stars, for his adept buy

system. The location of this .am..o_tls.a_ handling of the many favorite 4-3024 N.W.\ 57th St. $150 oWn. $20 week
pool may well prove to be the records that made him a star
3-bedroom house. Real nice and clean large
incentive needed to start sucha and night club favorites.Supplementing ,
program and eventually develop TIPS FOR TOURIST AND utility room. Move right in Ask for Maury.
some of the hidden ability SOCIAL the artistic
in our boys and girls. efforts of Chuck Jackson will 5-3079 N.W. 55th Street'- $h'00 down $22.50 Wk.
SECURITYAre be the tuneful, jazzy and scin- 1 year old. 2-bedroom. large living rborm
18 million tllating musical sounds of Don
of the
BALK RULE IS you one 6-2973 N.W. 61st Street. $20 Week
who get a social security check Gardner and his band. Don has
BASEBALL'S TOP every monthDo you want to recorded such tunes as, "Dear CBS home with a large utility room.
be sure it arrives on time while est Darling," "September Song"
CONTROVERSYWith you are enjoying the pleasuresof "Again" and "Trees," all hits .
the 'baseball season sunny Florida? If you move on Gotham label. For Druce We have brand new |comes in Liberty City. Opa
tell social security officein Records, handsome and person .... 20
still In its infancy wheneverthe your Locka and Manor Park., $500' down over
able Don recorded, "How
addition to telling the post
grand get together lot locations
do speak to an Angel,
office of new address. This you
there three your
y are topics that "
the address on check "I'll walk Alone, "Going downto
seem to take the lead in discussion way your HoUse IIjul' .
I : one is the uneasiness will always be right, and your head"Big and "Dancing on, the Cell- Open Every Nile1 i 'Til!. 8. p.m.
4 checks will arrive when due.
in the Dodger and what is
camp "
\, to become of Skipper Walter Ing, among others. Open Saturday grid( Sunday
These tips for tourists come
Alston: another is the sudden. Cameo Records are boasting
ess with which the New York from Kenneth F. Valentine, Don's superb styling of "Sneak
the Miami Downtown
Mets came to life winning four manager Social of Security Office, 230 ing: In;"" 'Gather love Wrings happiness CAS' Ford Realty Inc.
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straights after losing their N. Miami Ave., FR 7.1401. 'Round and ,
first eight; but the topic that Baby you've Changed.
gets the longest line, especially Mr. Valentine also reminds 569 N.W. 54th Street PL 7-2559
among managers, Is the new people receiving socialsecurity Adding beauty and charm toGardner's
balk rule that has chalked up payments, April 15th is not Justa musical outfit is the .;;;;;;;;;;r.-w------ ---- '- '

50 balks so far this year, more deadline for filing their per
than the entire season in 1962. sonal Income tax returns. Anyone

\'-'.... So concerned was Paul I checks who last got year social and security earned SOMETHING NEW FOR MIAMI . .
Richards whose
against Hous
ton Colts' ten balks called wages: or self-employment over
were -

missioner, that he Giles telegrammed seeking relax-Com- curity"ings$1,200 report must Administration file with an the.annual Social before earn Se::' REPO DEPOBANKFINANCE

ation of. the rule: To wit, Giles April 15.Many .
promised to look into the rulesof
the balk to see what couldbe people are due additional
done. checks for 1062, Mr. Valentinesaid
and they will be promptly
\ paid after the report is received. -
FAVOIUT8 Also, if anyone received
check for each month of 1062 $150.000 WORTH OF FINE CARS MUST BE SOLD FOR BALANCE DUE
Greentree Stables swung the and earned over $1,200 he may
gates .open and out trotted No have received too much mone '. NO CASH NEEDED TO QUALIFY
Robbery to win the Wood Me- This report will allow for the
morial and barge In on the necessary corrections.Mr. .
favorites, Candy Spot and Never -
Bend in the upcoming Kentucky Valentine also advised GOOD-CREDIT I NO I CREDIT BAD CREDIT I CO-SIGNER
Derby. that if you have not received a
copy of the reporting form by
Jd I, No Robbery, a moody type mall, Just call or write his of- IH MO
f colt, can very well be an up- fife and they will send you one. '62 CADIUAC $3880 $98.50 '60 IARK $28.61 S9 PONTIAC 51021 $42:4: ?
I 6? FORD' $1527 $48.71 '60 fORD $30.69 59 BUICK StOM $40.19 1

I 61 CADIUAC $3095 I $79.97 '59 OLDS $39.49 59 PIYMOU1H $ 62J 527.21

: 61_CHEVROLET $1345 $47.81 '60 [NO. FORD $21.77 '57 MFRCURY $ m $u.97


j I BIRD $1389 $47.47 '61 MONZA SI 089. $39.90 59 fORD 1 $769 $21.71

f. : Day or.Night 5! CHEVROLET $ 592 $2i:93: '59 CHEVROLET $ 831 $28.97 '60 1 1.I (HEVROIET $1292 $471!
i 60 T BIRD $$1721 $52.76 '57 FORD 1 $ 399n $18.21 $7 PLYMOUTH $ 397 J1.2I

ij' ) ffi: : . We Service AllMakes, of.HIFI's . 59 CADILLAC $1963 $64.25 58 PONIIAC 1 559 $21.755 FORD $ 289 $1491

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