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Publication Date: May 4, 1963
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40TH YEAR No 36 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY: MAY 4, 1963 16 PAGES 10 CENTS



. 161,451 To Train Jobless Workers
NAACP Asks Probe of .. :


unemployed Negroes tered by state and local off!- The government will train 35
rials, and Is designed to providethe auto body ,repairmen, 30 mechanics
To: Get breakInformation unemployed with occupational 60 cooks, 75 typists, 70 Bias at Eastern Airlines
skills for which Jobs are waiters and waitresses, CO cal-
.. was received 1 by available.The culator machine operators and
Rep. Dante Fascell of Miamion courses offered are for 75 stenographers.Applicants Submit Protest ToPresident' Jet Hangar in Miami. When he'
Tuesday that government auto mechanics, auto body re- should go to applied for' work he was told'',
will spend $161,451 to retrain pairmen, waiters and waitresses the Florida State Employment a that there, was nothing available -
345 Dade Countians at Lindsey cooks typists, stenographers Office which handles the typeof . "At the time there were
Hopkins vocational school. and calculator machine opera. work In which they are in- Committee ten or more white ''persons fil-
; 1 N> tprs. terested. applications with the air-
dThe project was approved by The courses will begin on. Those who wish to train in The Miami Branch NAACP line company said.
the- Health, Education and Wei- June 3, and will run from six skilled work should apply at has submitted a complaint on
tar Department under the weeks for waiters and waitresses the office at 1350 NW 12th Ave. behalf of a local Miamian and The affiant based his qualifi
Manpower Development and to a year for mechanics and Walters waitresses and cooks ex-Air Force Technician allegIng cations on past training received -
Training Act of 1002, and Isopen body repairmen.The will be interviewed at the 46 racial discrimination In the while serving In the Air
to all citizens. school Is free and those SW First St. office. Those who hiring practices of Eastern Airlines Forces. He has received certi-
who can demonstrate need can wish to train for clerical work It was learned this week. ficates of Proficiency for
The program in j Just getting qualify for subsistence pay- should apply at 20 SJS First courses In Mechanics from sev-
,started In Dade County, but It ments from the government Ave. Claiming that he has sought eral Air Force bases Including
lfc I already in operation in P n- during the period they are being employment as an airplane a certificate In Air Craft Jet
sacola, Tampa, Orlando and trained mechanic since returning to Engine assembly and disas-
many other parts of the coun- The training will cover only Inter-racial Miami in 1058, is Robert Lee embly. lIe has also' had
try.The those skills that are, in demandIn Smith. In an affidavit taken by ence working in punts were
federal plan is adminis' the community. the NAACP and submitted to. such work was ;done.. lIe also
; Marriage Case the Washington Office of the. passed a civil service examina
Association Smith states that tion for Jet Mechanic and! tha
he' has never been able to get various duties of:tl'skUl.\ .
Jailed 27 Days Without To CourtThe an application for employment
I "l Supreme from the firm.Supporting The filing Is based on the be
> lief that the Carrier has and Is:
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Hearing Wants $50.000 ; Florida Supremo Court his complaint of receiving Government Con-
: in Tallahassee _Wednesday said racial, discrimination. Smith reported tracts and subsidies'' and there-
an unmarried white-Negro that, he last tried to obtain fore cannot discriminate
.{\!< '''suit for $50.000 was filed Circuit Court suit that Detec against
couple could not live together employment when Eastern persons seeking (employment
Wednesday' against two, Miami lives William D. Bonner and in this state. I opened its multi-million dollar because of race.: .
police detectives and the city Michael M. Gonsalez told him The case, which was appealed
by an ex-convict charging they could keep him in JaU from a Dade County Crimi-I I
false arrest and negligence in the rest of his life if he di nal Court decision in June 1962, :'
sign a statement implicating is now headed for the US. Supreme Court Strikes Down
holding him in Jail 27 days his brother in a crime. Supreme Court. O. E. Graves is I
without a preliminary hearing the
defense
McIntosh freed last week attorney.
was
Ralph McIntosh who was by Justice of the Peace Ralph Involved In the lawsuit are Segregation in Courtrooms"Statecompelled
4 sentenced in 1950 to eight'years Ferguson ,after 'a preliminary Dewey McLaughlin, a Negro,
In: Florida prison for "'manslaughter .; hearing 'on a first degree murder and Connie Hoffman, a. white segregationIn titled to.''a Jury trial on federal
is alleging' In hIs charge woman, who were found guilty a courtroom 'of justice .is 'a ,contempt charges growing out. :'
,l of Jiving together unlawfully manifest violation of the state's of his efforts to keep a Negro
In Miami _
I n Hwirh onanml'nt I
--- out of his ,state's nlv rslty. r1
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duty to }
They were each sentenced to deny no one the' equal!
30 days In jail and $150 finesand protection of its laws," the U. In its decision declaring court
were 'given additional 30( S. Supremo Court declared in room segregation unconstitu-
days at hard labor when tional the court stated *
they Washington Monday In an un... : ;ju.
11 A f failed to pay the fines. signed,
unanimous opinion
"It Is clear from the totality Jlof
The decision of the state'scourt '
M r against segregation In !
4" a n
y circumstances .
t 14 that the
y i '
Wednesday upheld an courtroom.The < 7
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-, 80-year-old U. S. Supreme Court arrest 'and, conviction rested I
: decision, which Involved an court reversed the 1002 entirely' on the refusal to com '
Alabama law against cohabitation contempt conviction of Ford T. ply with the segregated require-
by married persons of different Johnson, 21, for refusing to ments Imposed on I this particular -
races.A leave the section reserved for court room
Florida law also calls Inter. whites In a Richmond, Va. Us!.
? racial marriages unlawful as fie court. He is now a !Peace ""Such a conviction cannot
well as cohabitation of unmarried Corps worker in Ghana. stand for it Is no longer open j'

persons of differentraces. The high court also decided to question that a state may I

*r If the highest court rules in to consider whether Gov. Ross not constitutionally require '
the couple's favor it would revoke IJarnett of Mississippi is en- segregation of public facilities."

the old law. ,

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: w nl 2 MEN, 8 POUNDSOF .:: ,

MARIJUANA

U.3. Customs agents seized
4y 8 J pounds of bulk marijuana
last weekend from two crew-
W,,, f N tLIY
men on a British banana boat 1
and charged them with smug.
gling dope.Arrested.
T H h MM were Thomas Mc-
Lean, a Honduran seaman, and
Jaime Munez Martinez, a Co-
lombian. They were held In
Dade County Jail In' lieu ,of
$5,000' bond each.
Both of the men ore 'Negroes
I I and were crewmen on Oro
Verde a small _freighter tied
up at Pier 1. said Jean WU-
Chester. ,acting supervising JI


I the Caribbean Islands and Cen
tral and South America, and
1963" is Crowned; had .arrived_in Miami after
stopping at ranama.
I The new activities building I Toston and lives at 1725 NW McLain came ashore about I
:.and patio of the Northwest 1st ,Ct. She Is a graduating senior 11 p.m. with a package and Mayor High Greets African Official I I I
YWCA Center was 'the' setting at Booker T. Washington, got into a taxi, Wilchester said, .
for the crowning,, of "Miss Y- High School. Catherine was pre-' Customs agents In two cars ,
Teen Sweetheart of 1963". Y- Dented lovely'' bouquet of blue overtook the call two blocks Alderman Charles W. Rubla, School and a trips! through the } .
Teens and their guests dancedtb and white carnations and was away and took the package Mayor of Nairobi, Kenya, prt:- Everglade National. Park. He ';;
the music ,off the Jets ,Band. +fluted bY' the group slngln* containing'' two pounds of marl. Bents to Miami! Mayor Robert I{.'' ''departed Friday, April 26 to f
I{ om Northwestern High "Let Me! Can You Sweetheart3and Juana. High a carved desk Nt from spend a few days in Puerto Rico :t
the Y-Teen Song. She is Martinez came down the gang the people of Nairobi. Complet Before returning:tq his country.Hlgh'a .
I At Intermission Mrs. Robert also a ,1963 Delta Debutante.The plank about an hour later, ing' a ten-week tour' ofptlnd-,
meeting with Rubia I
Mitchell chairman of the seventh annual Teen carrying<< a carton with bananason pal U. S. cities, Mayor Rubla'*! was one of the last 7, official 11
w visory committee ''of the Sweethearts Ball ended little the officer said. acts '
a top, twoday visit in Miami included by the )',before he
mayor was,
enter crowned Catherine Tos- before midnight and the youth Six 1-pound packages of addressing the Perrlne stricken with heart
Rotary
a attack last ,
Ton"as "Miss Y-Teen Sweet- left J
some already' beginning marijuana were found ,hiddenin Club on Investment opportuni .Frlda .4
eart". Catherine Is the daugh- to wonder "who will be Miss the carton, and he was arrested ties In Kenya a visit to the tesy Miami-Metro 'i Photos cour J
er' of, Mr. and, ,Mrs. Valdosta Y-Teen, next yeart"t", Earlington Heights{ News Bu ;.
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. Cweat Club News
I' That Mattersi8-
PACE 2 SATURDAY, MAY 4, 1963 I Mrs. Blanche Dean was hostess -. "YChatter
I 1 to the Cwest Club on Tuesday "" .
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\ April 23. .
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' the ladies met at her homeat the first Negro to receive
Harrison Weds EDWIN B. ROGERS' of such
\ Bessie 7 p.m. and motored to How THE an honor.
ard Johnson Restaurant on 27th Opa-loclca were nost to more .
Ave. There we were served than SO friends on Sunday af COL. CLAUDE C. CLARKE
I Woodard a delicious dinner. After dinnerwe ternoon. The affair honored spent a few days last week'-
Alfonso returned to the home of the The ResorUrrs of Montclair, NJ, in Nassau.Congratulations. relaxing
hostess and held our meeting.Mrs. Pittsburgh, Delray and Opa- .
Twine the vice The Resorters are all
I A. M. locka.
honor
The of
April matron was
morning,
On Sunday
president, conducted the meet long-time friends of the Rogers to
Charles
28, Bearie Harrison and Alfon0 Mrs. Maud Ross; beet man was ing. The regular business of and their president Is Eldon North Businessman of the Year
Woodard were united in holy Charles Sheftall; flower girls the club was transacted.At Wilkinson. The house and patio Mrs. Marion Muldrow, Business
matrimony at a Breakfast wedding .. were Linda Robinson and the close of the meetingthe were beautifully decorated with Woman of the Year and Patsy
at the home of Mrs. Laurie t Kathy Robert Mrs. Susie hostess was happily sur- colorful cut flowers. Guests as- Ferguson of North Dade
Cantrell in the Wisteria Hotel Gregory sang "I Love YouTruly" : prised by receiving a gift from sembled on the east patio to High School Business Studentof
with Rev. Edward T. Graham accompanied by the pianist the group in appreciation for meet the honorees. the Year. These honors
officiating. Mrs. L Laurie Fellows. the lovely service given the The Florida room served as awarded them by the Gamma were

The bride was beautifully Ernest Myles, Samuel Darby, club as its efficient secretaryover the refreshment center. Guests Alpha Chapter of Iota Phi!
dressed in a white French Imported Mrs Lillian Price and Mrs. a period of years. included: Lambda Business Sorority at
lace over sapphire blue Leo Shewtall all of the Rod Mrs. Clyde KiUens thankedthe Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Wilkinson their annual Recognition Tea
Peau De Sole, designed by Mrs.I and Reel Club were the cater- hostess for an enjoyable Earl Stuart Mrs. W. Huss, which was held last Sunday at
Kate Roberts. The bride's accessories ers for the occasion and served evening. Mrs. Jodie Candle, Miss Christine the New Northwest YWCA
were white corded the wedding with grace and Mrs. Al Jackson was our Clarke Miss Rosa Carter, Best Typist Awards were received
turban hat, white imported splendor.In charming guest.Members Miss bfoxefl{ Lee, Mrs. Louise by Gloria Mitchell Emma -
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beaded bag with matching present: Mesdames DeVaux, Mrs. Ruth Polite, Ben- crockett. 2nd and
gloves and shoes. addition to the personnelof M. Barkley, D. Benson, E. Dan. jamin Clark Miss Lucille Flow 3rd Patsy
the Rod and Reel Club there leIs, N. Espy, M. Jackson, C. ers, Miss Irene Johnson Mrs. Ferguson place
freedom was also present a host of Johnson, R. Polite, L. Riou, A. Leola Henderson, Miss Doreen
Spend $2 for l. friends of the pride and bride Sampson and W. Thompson.B. Williams Miss Rosa Gary, Mr. GREATER BETHEL AMt

Join NAACP! groom. D. Slater, reporter. and Mrs. James Lucas Mr. and. Church will celebrate its 67th
Mrs. Harry wabble, Mr.. ana anniversary May 613. Their
theme "67 Years in Retro-
Is
Mrs. E. E. Kemp, Mrs. Elsie "
Baptiste, Mr. and Mrs. Joshua spect. A banquet honoring all
Johnson, Mrs. Bertha Brown, persons who have rendered service
,. A. Simons Mr. and Mrs. Leroy to the church over the
t, Stibbins Mr. and Mrs. George I years, will climax the activities
Stuart, Mrs. Maude Moncur,! on May 13.BIRTHDAY. .
Christopher Clarke Mrs. Alice
Harrison, Willie Hunter, Fr. GREETINGS' !
and Mrs. Elisha Clarke, Frank and best wishes to: Terry 1*
Bell, Mrs. Beatrice Tinsley, Mrs. Coplin, Leroy Washington Wallis -
Hattie Stovell, Mrs. Doreen Riley, abel l Hall Vernon
Johnson and Mrs. Ruth Singleton. Miller Thelma Aranha
11 Juan-
/f .
a ita Matthews, Carmen D. Jack
- son, Mattie Houston, Robert and
c MARGUERITE and Maxie Arthurine Strapp and Archie

Miller and daughter Monise Pinder. .
were delighted over the recent -
visit of their niece .and cousin,
FRIENDS OF Julius Smith
Beatrice Reynolds and her
; friend, Carol Irons. Both ladies were happy to see him lookingso
well after'a very serious ill-
are natives of Chicago.
ness. Accompanying him on his
Miss Reynolds, an elementary
visit with his father and
family
school teacher in the Chicago
system and Miss Irons, who is friends for a few days were
his wife and their two
Dorothy
employed as a clerk in the public '
library sons. Julius who is a former
their
spring
spent
/ A; Miamian and a graduate of
.v vacation basking in the Miami
? Sun. Tuskegee Institute, Is now a
y% postal employee in Bessemer,
Ala. His wife, Dot is also a
THE LINKS, Inc., are mak- and
'Skegee grad a registerednurse
ing elaborate plans for their in Alabama.
annual Links Tea which hon .
ors our academically talented
students. This wonderful program THE LINKS were lavishly
has served as an inspira- entertained by Link Dora Pat-
tion to many of Dade County's terson last week. Lugusta Col
'I high school students. Many of ston is president of the organi
f them look forward to the hon- zation.
or of being selected to participate .

y THE ALPHA PHI ALPHA
t Fraternity has successfully completed
z HAVE YOU Joined the another of its annual
.: : NAACP The NAACP Membership -
Miss Alpha contests.>> Congratulations -
: .C : y nlry ,ci Drive is now in progress to Bobble Ziegler, who
i:' :,. and you owe it to yourself, as will be crowned Miss Alpha of
r. well as to the organization to 1963 and to Cora Kinsey who
support it. This is an organization i was runnerup.Ve are certain

.'! : '. r.il.t which has enabled Negroes I that these charming and attractive
'. ; ...'tf to enjoy their constitutional young ladies will reign
'Ii'. rights which have long been with pride.
> '1 K iilAt;' l denied them. You realize that _ _ _ .
,.1 f; .1...)'.... ryr freedom is a costly item and
,J .. .t you must pay for the freedom MIAMIANS can add Louise
which you enjoy. So JOIN THE Mitchell, Northwestern School
.,: NAACP NOW! Marm to their list of national
.oJ! _ _
't _SOPALOCKANS
Mitchell
.. \ officers In our midst. Mrs.
". (.'J shared pride was elected to a national
.. . :', "rttA'. ;, and honor with Wilmon Thomp. office i nth e Alpha Chi PI
""t .. kins, local barber, and his wife, Omega Sorority during its recent -
Elm na when their daughter, confab which was held
oj.. Abigail received recognition as here.
the fourth best speller in Dade. Congratulations to Levon and
;.j County !In the Miami Herald's Betty Sutton Smiley on the
$, Spelling Bee Abigail, an 11th birth of their second daughter,
grader at North Dade High, is Michele.

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409 N.W. 17th Street FR 7-2294

It's the extra! Vitamin D In Carnation that helps put the - -&
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sparkle In his smile 1 Carnation has twice the Vitamin HELP WANTED
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HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
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f::.: richer than sweet, whole milk.* No wonder this is the LVAPORAlD $45.00 WEEK GUARANTEEDBoys

..' healthy family milk-the best milk to start on., best MILK and girls, neat appearance, any high school to

J',\'''. '" ::.0 milk to stay on, all through childhood I Ip "AMEN D tncsr Dade County Need 10 from each school. Report

": :: ... '" U.S.Dpt of AgrtcuRurt H.n4book ft,Competition of food* "from Conttnttd CowsI Saturday morning 10 a.m. to.818 NW 48th Street.I .

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. MIAMI SITE OKAY '
Delegates From 44 States '
SATURDAY, MAY 4, 1963 PAGE 3
FOR ELKSCONVENTION '

Attend 18th Annual Meet., 'I
:Public Defender Bill Gets !

They came, they saw and Q! supervisor.
Dr. Hobson Reynolds, Grand were enchanted by the climateof Soror Louise Mitchell presented I.
Out Of Committee Exalteb Ruler of the Improved the Magic City and the warm Bertha Perry the awardof
Benevolent Protective Order of hospitality of Sigma Omicron -- Merit from Sigma micron "
A bill to provide court defense These public defenders wouldbe Elks! of the World, left Mon- Chapter, Alpha Chi PI Omega chapter for meritorious and {
for the needy In Florida the Governor day for Philadelphia after five Sorority and fraternity. The outstanding service to the .if
has passed the Senate Judiciary appointed by days looking over Greater Miami delegates and members from Beauty Culture Profession. The 1'
from lists of recommendations
Committee, and will be voted submitted Circuit the site chosen for the the 4 states, Nassau and Puerto rendition of "God Bless Ameri j 1
Court
upon soon. by grand lodge meeting for the Rico were the guests of Sigma ca" by Mrs. Henry BalaUan was
The bill, as Introduced by Judges. more than 10,000 delegates and Omicron Chapter In the last outstanding with the audience
Senators Johns and Hollahan, This action Is commendable, visitors In August, 1964. link of the 18th annual conven- participating.
and amended In committee, but one wonders why this was tion of the United School Own Mrs. Mamie Williams of BTW
would provide for 16 public de. not done long ago; viewed thru The Grand Exalted Ruler ers and Teachers Associationand high school, dynamic speaker,
fenders one for each Judicial the eyes of Justice, a lack of and Mrs. Reynolds have been Alpha Chi PI Omega Soror drew much applause as she
'Circuit In Florida and for 6 funds should not bar a defers entertained by the lodges Ity and Fraternity.The spoke on "Our Needs." The
''assistants! distributed among dent from qualified legal counsel . and temples with banquets, states were numerous, points of interest were centered -
the larger population circuits. dances and a smoker for him. Washington, California, Ver- I around our shield as our
I The highlight of his Miami 'mont, Arizona, Utah and Nassau dynamo. Soror Mitchell gave
to I name a few. April 21, at
visit was a luncheon at the the meaning of each light and
Everglades Hotel attended the extravaganza of Living symbol and her Introduction of
McNayr Asked to Investigate Mayor Robert King High and by Arts, the Remarkable Reuben the hymns written by Arthur
Trio and Soror Louise Mitchell
I other civic leaders.W. Evans. And sung by the North
were presented trophies by western High: School choral ... .
Police Brutality in NaranjaThe O Perry, state presidentof Soror Dertha Perry from the ensemble. The debut of the ,..
the Florida Elks was named chapter. Over 150 delegates and song was enthusiastically received
NAACP this week senta my employer's house," King chairman of the Convention National Officers were In atten and adopted as our
letter to Dade County Mana- said. "I thought that I was shot Committee. dance. National Hymn. The MiamI
The highlights of the sessionwas
ger Irvin McNayr asking that (several shots were fired it Is chapter was commended for'the
the banquet in the Hampton work done to enhance this
he Institute alleged
an InvestigationInto ) He was later takento
the alleged beating of An- the sub-station In Naranja, Help Bring Joy to House Club lounge with Tuesday the convention.
greetings from the and lo
thony King, father of f o u r from there to the Jackson Memorial city a tour of the city;
cal
children and a resident of Na Hospital and to the Kids at KendallThe citizens. The press was well Tuesday night, club tour. i
ranja. The NAACP has also County Jail where he was book. represented at the banquet. Wednesday am. many depart. '
Garth C. Reeves of the Times
ed for Nassau for the hospitality
submitted a request for the U. ed on aggravated assault and
Lejeune Civic Club Is and John H. Davis of the Flash
S. Department of Justice to Investigate resisting arrest. of the Nassau chapter. They
the Incident. sponsoring a Joy project for represented the local news- left Miami tired but happy expressing -
King has appealed to the the children at Kendal Home, papers.The their hope to come
King's affidavit stated that NAACP for legal assistance such Items as children's books recipient of local awardsfor again soon.
he was apprehended by a police "Fr. Theodore R. Gibson, presl comic books, records recordplayers outstanding service were: Soror Thelma McDonald was
named Green on the morningof dent of the Miami branch stated sewing materials, Miss Olive Alexander, Mesdames elected national chaplain. Soror
April 27 while on his way that his request Is now being" games, etc., are needed. If you Pauline Dunn, Athalie Mitchell was appointed regional
to his employer's house. He considered by the branch. He have such Items please leave Range, Willie Mae Ceasor and director by Dr. Joyner.
stated that he was called vile also was questioned by the local them at any of the following Rev. E. T. Graham. The Southern fie'
names and struck on the head office of the Federal Bureauof addresses after 5 pm. and help National plaque awards were sists of Louisiana, Mississippi,
with a flash light. He also stat Investigation. bring Joy to some little boy''' or to Father Theodore Gibson, Alabama, South Carolina, Geor
ed under oath that he was girl: 1813. NW 58th St., 14235 Soror Louise Mitchell and Reuben gia, Florida, Nassau and Haiti
thrown to the ground and kicked NW 22nd Court, 5711 NW 10th and Soror Lurel Julius by The convention will Uo held In \ I
by the officer. Support NAACP Ave., 2310 NW IGCth St. Mrs. Marjorie S. Joyner, nation. Denver in 1001.

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he has been living in Detroit.He Letter. to. The Editor
PAGE 4 SATURDAY, MAY 4, 196 3 i ago. For the past 20 years '
old home and spendthe
to return to his '
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has now
My, namei l is, ,
mends Mary Johnson
rest of his life with relatives and: : 'one Of the tht' e Nerfrd ,
delighted at,the many improvements \ sbl I r s
Gene is amazed and that Wdshlrdd at ftrgnd_! '
in general the city'' of Miami. ',', "J Discount'dehieri. ffi
St.:of which,. M;. Anthony Sasso

talamt "MjnisfeH( Association .is manger. ,
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Monday, May 6, the I wag terminated

..-. .:...:.--.---'- =-- .. ," the Rev, ,Frank' Titus, president} Will, holdLaluncheon 24, 1963 by the 'manager on of April the
II. 1C. SIOISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher meeting at the RIvets d ", Baptist Church; 985, etpre because (quote) "My

OA nTH C. REEVES,, Managing Editor NW 1st street, at 12 clock noon. 'creditors called qn my, jobthreaten

Member of the Associated Negro Press Bishop Coleman F. Carroll of theBl Miami ,Roman because of to non-payment garnlshee my on pay

!Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association Catholic Diocese will be the Carroll account. And that the company my

.i SUBSCRIPTION HATES subject will be "The Ecumenical Council' ,could not tolerate garnishee

ONE YEAR >*f6on ,- SIX MONTHS $8.OO FOREIGN $6.00ntered '(unquote.

*: as Second Class Matter, August 0, 1027, at the Post Offic In New York City :the new, 12-storjr Episcopa' Church ,1 Along, with" shortages:that two$5OO' weeks and

at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 3, 1870 Center at 815 Second Ave. ((43rd St.) was formally dedicated '$2807 both of, 'which V didn't'

on April 29. \ know anything about, but 1
THE HAITIAN SITUATIONNews The $5,900,000 edifice is modern in design,and will fe<4 ,to A round) ;,about Way i

house most of the church's agencies now,spread Over._6< :money,was ,accused;, It W. ;9's 6f t Jt1JJi stealing so, J'mlntf the

from Haiti has (been alarming and disturbing.If eral cities words, but not, direct:

all one hears and reads is correct, ,then the Republicis The Park Avenue building, ,popularly known ab I feet} I Vas. FiliiieI Iii under

heading toward economic and political disaster. "281"' has been the home of ,the church's administrative to b& terminated, because my

Reports are that President Francois Duvalier has arm for 70 years. conscience Is clear. That's' why
I feel I should let the
in commun.
bases
offered Fidel Castro and anti-Castro military
ity know why I am no longeran
:Hla ti. In Miami, the Rev. S. A. Cousin, pastor of Greater employee for the Grand

Certainly all is not well in government circles. The Bethel AME Church and< congregation are completing Way '- Grand Union Co.

'president and his militia have had serious differences. plans for celebrating the 67th anniversary of,' ,their (Signed) Mary Johnson
1233 NW 77th, Terrace ......
church The observance begins 6 and will
Several have been reported, killed and 60 high-ranking on May continue Miami, Fla.
officers were discharged. through May 13. On this day at 8 p.m. churchmen

Recently, the Duvalier's chauffeur was fatally shot and women who have given 40 or more years of service Georgia NAACP
will be honored.Dr. .
while driving the president's children to school. The Executive to Address

children were not injured. William E. Burghart DuBois well known scholar
of Opa-locka Mass
Then came trouble with Juan Bosch, president
invadedthe and a founder of the National Association for the Ad
the Dominican Republic when Haitian troops
MeetingVernon
vancement of Colored People recently changed hie
Dominican Embassy at Port-au-Prince.' However, this ,
American citizenship.. He is now a naturalized citizen of E. Jordan, field secre
matter seems to have been temporarily settled. Ghana. tary for the State of Georgia.will
Dr. Duvalier's term of office expires on May 15 and 'address an audience in

lie expects to serve for another term. Opa-locka Sunday; May 12; at
his continuation 3 pin, at a church in Opa-
Not all Haitians look favorably upon l locka. Atty. James Matthewsand

in office. However, President Duvalier declared on Mrs, ,George Brunt, 'I co-di t-
Wednesday while addressing 10,000 Haitians from the vision'leaders for the m mb r-

steps of the palace, that, "the people and God gave 'him shin division announced.Cooperative .

a second term and nobody. is going to take it away." the In the prosrram
are following ministers!'!:
The United States has given Haiti millions of dollars: Revs' "; W. J. Mason, H. E.

in aid, but like so many countries whom she has aided, Greene\(and S.; L., Gay pastor: !

Haiti seems to show little gratitude. hpst1( church., \.*
Ye Editor had the pleasure of meeting President ,Mr ,'Jordan is;; a native, of...Atlanta' -
and is responsible f o r
<
Duvalier three years ago while visiting PortrauPrincewith NAACP branch work in that

the Inter-American Society of Travel Agents. The state.1 He was active in the ,Au-

group was entertained, at :the Haitian White House and srusta"Racial Incidents; workedIn
President Duvalier soft speaking gentleman the Macon Protest movementana
a was an
t was on the scene during
ideal host. the' protests in Albany. He Is,a
ODD SIGHT
True it is that the majority of the ,people in Halt 'on Saturday at driving force behind: this year. graduate of DePaul University.

are very poor, barely eking out an existence, but they at the Kelly's funeral Chapel of Ronald AME Church.'Wilson ly shindig. Sparkle Davis Leo and also is a graduate of How-

seem to be adjusted and satisfied with their lot. All six Armbrlster, Booker T. Hayes ard University Law School
pallbearers were white and Philip Wallace are, flyingup This, will be the first mas!
Naturally our visit was short, so we could only makea men friends from the Swanee for the frolic . George meeting to be held by NAACP
guess as to what the general conditions in Haiti reallyare. Bar and Restaurant where he Savitt who pen the "Phil Ossofer" In the,Opa-locka area. Division
worked for 23 years . The leaders for the
column writes a card from area stated that
city ,
commission
Let us hope that whether Dr. Duvalier continues in ordered City Manager Wednesday Melvin the London Baha'i where World he's attending workers they will in announce the 1963 member-the top

office or not, ,that conditions in Haiti will improve, and Reese to follow up on reportsof Among others attending Congress.from ship drive next week. "We have

that this lone Negro Republic in the Western Hemisphere racial discrimination against Miami are Mrs. Emily Bethel, nearly' 100 campaign workers,"

will come into its own in the not distant future .Negroes. employed by the city Miss Ida Solomon, Mrs. Audrey stated, Atty. Matthews.
The
Coconut Grove Citizens Thompson and'Mrs. Zllpha
Committee for Slum Clearance Sawyer. An ,
EPISCOPAL DIOCESAN CONVENTIONThe celebrates its 15th aniversary Open Letter To

annual Diocesan Convention of the Wednesday night at Plymouth The People of
41st ( Epis Congregational Church. This TilE FRATERNAL ORDERof
copal Church in the Diocese of South Florida will be held group has really carried the Police are trying to give Ne- Squth FloridaDear
at the Deauville Hotel Miami Beach on May 79. ball for slum clearance under gro officers the run-around in, '
the able and competent guidance competing In their golf tournament Nice People,
The opening service will be held. at 8 p.m. on Tues- I
of Mrs. Elizabeth Virrick. next week. Amos Jenkinsand Let us show you how the
in the Miami Beach Auditorium. The Rt. Rev. HenryI. ,
day
----- Ernest Hayes would like Hampton House can make the
Louttit, D. D., bishop of the Diocese of South Florida, MAYS HIGH athletic director to compete . Senator Cliff perfect setting for any type of
will be the preacher.Five Carl Hanna was put in the Herrell writes from Tallahassee business or social gettogetherand
hundred clergy and I delegates from 83 parishesand trick by the city of Homestead I I to say the poll tax amendment let me surprise you with
when they banned use of their has been ratified by the I our five-minute tour of
our
86 missions will attend the convention.., ball park for high school foot- II legislature . ". Gregg Hamm Is luxurious, yet reasonably priced
A highlight of the convention will be the annual Mall games. The Rams used to now managing the Sunrise Clo accommodations.
banquet on Wednesday in the Napolean Room of the draw big football crowds at ver Club in Ft. Lauderdale '. .' We offer the finest foods pre-
the Homestead Park. Incidently Lorraine Sands is back at work' pared"to your order. Friendly,
hotel.The Mays and North at Bethune Elementary '. .
Dade will personalized service, the specialty -
speaker will be the Rt. Rev. Bernard Markham We,
get the honor of playing the are surprised to learn that of the Hampton House.
Lord Bishop of the' Diocese of Nassau, Bahamas. first game in the new Junior Haydon Burns got 40% of the Here in our Banquet Department
Other' convention speakers will be the Diocese'stwo College Stadium in September Negro vote In the recent Jacksonville we have the "knowhow"and

bishops suffragan, the Rt., Rev. James Duncan of V The Orange Blossom Clas the' leading city Negroes election. Many of you will always get preferred -
sic will be held on the latest who turn- personal attention.
Miami and the Rt. Rev William Hargrave of St. Petersburg -' December ed on their mayor after the
date in its history we :invite you over for a
I Mr. Roger L., Henshaw, chairman of Churchmen of this year Dec 14i. UM and golf courses were sold and the guided, tour of our fine conven-
the Sarasota' : Deanery will be speaker for the Church- Alabama will play to a national swimming{ pools closed to .avert tion and banquet .facilities. We
men's breakfast on Thursday morning. TV audience on the customary integration, ,are ,back In his can accommodate from 10 to
first! Saturday. The kids; will camp. 350 'people. Our: ,catering staff
THE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKA almost be out for the Christ- Is teeming with exciting Ideas
mas holidays by then. Toki Schalk JohnsonTo ana 'suggestions make your
party a very special one. _
pleasant vistor to the Miami Times office last WILLIAM "RED" HARRIS Present Our facilities are ideal for
week Was C. Blythe Andrews, publisher of the Florida is back In the Coconut Grove Miami salesmen and other out of town
and Liberty City territory beat. VIP's,. visiting your home of-
Sentinel Bulletin and president of the Lily White Security Debutantes
ing the drums for Golden Spur, fice. They will be pleased and
Benefit Association with headquarters in Tampa.
the popular National Wines relaxed as they enjoy their
The Grand Assembly of the Lily Whites met in Miami product Florida Civil Liberties 1\frs.. Toki Schalk Johnson favorite refreshing cocktail in
last week at Bethel AME Church with more than 2,000 ,Union holds its Second nationally; known Journalist and our ,home away from home at-
Defense Dinner at the Everglades society editor of the Pittsburgh mosphere.So .
present. The colorful parade was seen by hundreds.At Courier
May 11 . The University and a member of Delta why not let us take over
the closing service on Sunday Bishop William of Miami Summer Sym- sTheta Sorority will 'preqfrfe your';worries and help you arrange -
Ball preached a stirring sermon to a capacity congregation phony Orchestra begins Its at the annual Debutante 'a very'special party in
while crowds stood on the outside. 13th season of Pops Concerts Cotillion to be held this even- our convention hall or our
Under the leadership of President Andrews this June 9. Concerts will be held Ing itorium at Bayfront Municipal* Aud., cocktail lounge. '
In
Miami
neach Auditorium Call us the
for now and reserve
organization ,has seen tremendous growth. 10 consecutive Sunday nights. Seventy-four young women date we will* do the rest.
The Lily Whites own a hospital, a cemetery land scholastic of high moral standards/ and Thank you.Cordially.

quite a bit of real estate., MIAMIAXS who live In New make their achievement will yours,
York will have ball debut to society at. .Hampton House Motel
The Miami Times congratulates President Andrewsand a Saturday this time. _
night when the And Villas
Flamingo Club
This
the Lily Whites. which consists of Florida boys is the 14th Cotillion Sy SWinger
mostly from Miami stage their Alumnae sponsored by Sorors of Miami 'Food and Beverage Dir.
Another visitor Ye Editor was pleased to see is annual Florida Rail at the Theta Sorority Chapter Delta Sigma PS Break the habit of rush-
r Rockland Palace. 155th St. and Ing home from work for dinner -
McKenzie. Gene will remembered by Mrs_
Eugene manyas 8th Dorothy Newton '
Ave. Count Basle will play. Maxwell. .- call that friend
special
one ,of the biff time boys in*Mt ml *quarter century Leonard (Bum) Smith is the Ervin. president chairmal; Mrs.. GUssie J. and Hampton'make House.a date to dine at the

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Bans
Lily Whites Close,38th SessionThe UM Paper
:
Ads From Bias SATURDAY, MAY 4, 1963 PAGE 5 I fi
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:' 38th, ,annual" session of; came by special. l, CO "a'ch'while Businesses 1
:the} Lily White Grand Assembly .those from Bother1 parts of the '

Mas held. ,at Greater Bethel state came by I/uses and cars. Gerald Liss, 20, and Steve i-; __JTi.ate "

=AME Church, flev S, A.; Cou,. Jeanette Asia of Schemer, 20, manager and 'ad
Margarette of the Hurricane, student .
sin i pastor last Wednesday'hrougtSunday Senior manager
North bade High School at the University -
}; ,. ., :' : : newspaper
JDpa-loc'ka, was the winner of of Miami, resigned on Wed-
'!;I:One of the highlights or the second prize In the-, oratorical nesday because of the '"short
'''gathering ""waS" the mammo'h'a.nd contest. notice of the UM decision to
that do not
ban ads of places
,colorful; parade m whiciIt h The Grand Assembly will be serve students without discrimination

h is estimated,about, 10.000 par. held In Tampa next year. ."
'UcJpated:: Sunday afternoon.The Last week the University'sboard 1 1I
march terminated at., Beth of publication adopted a ML
where Knights of PythiasAnd resolution banning the ads of w
j:e)J./ an eloquent message .
!was 'delivered by the Rt., Rev. Calanthe businesses, which it was charged -
W.; F. Ball .AME 'bishop o f had refused to serve East
\Florida. ; Indians and Negro students.
Royal Palm,, Lodge meets President Henry King Stanford
,, 4 \.Grand' President '.:Q. Blythe 'May '6, "Slr? Abram Grace! chancellor -. approved the action. ar
:Andrews ,reported .during, the ;' Rose of Sharon No. 22 Liss and Schemer said in a -
business session that. more than meets May and Rose of Sharon letter to the director of publication I
$300,000 was raised during the Court 23 meets May 6; Orange that they were not opposed ik i I
year and that over $35,000 was Blossom Lodge 16 meets May to the university's basic

reported during the annual 2; Lily of the Valley Juvenilemet quest for equality for all stu- ,u__,. ._'_ _
meet. last Wednesday; Faith of dents.
Hope Lodge meets May 7; Ono of tho NAACP member*l Manuel, Frank Hurley, Rev. I'
Mrs. Selma Smith, grand Gleam of Hope Lodge met May ship campaign tea tat; workingin Lancaster Thompson, Miami ,
secretary, reported 159 deaths 2. An initiation was held on downtown Miami. Pictured Division Chairman; Wonso L.Htorr .
for the year and $25,000 paid that night also; Artis Park are from loft to rlgfefc Miss Hr., team<< captain and
toward funerals. Court No. 59 meets May 7. Sir Eleanor Jackson, Thurston Mi's. Gladys! Howe-Adamsfoto.

Don A. Belle, reporter.
S o m e of the outstanding
speakers appearing on the I
agenda were the Rev P. H.I Fuller Products "Miss V.T; een Sweetheart
Jackson of Lakeland; Rev. J. J. ''I :
Heath of Tampa;' Rev. S. H.
Hunter of Sulpher Springs; Rev.I Dealers Plan PartyMrs. Of 1963" is Crowned ,j :
I, D. Hlnson of Tallahasseeand

Dr. John Rembert, presi- Flora Casey of the MIami (continued from page 1)) and fitting Mrs Clotilda Dent
dent of Gibbs Junior College, Branch of Fuller Products
.St.. Petersburg. Co., will entertain local dealers INTRODUCING TilE will teach a course on altering
IP :: and fitting at, 8 p.m. on Wed- I \
at :2.
:Many of the members were and their guests poolside s lnOnUAlCOIlIITTEE: \ nesdays.Exercises.
Hotel
Sir John
honored for long ,and faithful the beautiful '1 he term "program" means can oe' fun when ,
Service to the,order; swimming pool,. Sunday, May all the activity undertaken by it's done to strains of Hawaiian I I
10. the YWCA to enable individualsto music. Learn the Hula. Classes I
, The delegates from 'Tampa, Beginning last 'Tuesday the move toward tho. Purpose as will be held on Wednesdays at I '\
$t.. Petersburg and vicinity "dealers" of the local branch : individuals or in YWCA 8 p.m. Mrs. Jan Stravrou is the
will take turns'as M.C. for the Through its program tho instructor Daughter can come
dally sales meetings . "Deal ;N" '- _''._..oc;....., ",>_ alms to help to grow, free ,with mother.
er" MC's will receive one point SOPHIA . So female. Acad to mature in wisdom as they To pluy a better game of
mach for,persons attending and emy-Award winning actress advance in years, to free them- bridge or leurn the game from I
r4 dollars' 'collected on the day Sophia Loren plays the role of selves from prejudices and nar- "scratch" Join the Bridge class ,
they officiate.To an uninhibited laundress who rowness of outlook, to increase which meets on Saturdays at 2 '
attains nobility In Joseph E. their understanding of the p.m. Mrs. Effie Williams is the
"get out the points," some Levine's lavish comic-adventure world and Influence its course, Instructor.All .
dealers have planned elaborate "Madame." The Technicolorand to be happy with their friends classes are $0.50 for eight
entertainment and invited Technirama release Is now and to grow in tho knowledge lessons with YWCA Membership
quest speakers. Among persons at the Llbcity Drlvc-ln. und love of God. Call the Center for fur- \
being considered for the role ther: Information-034-2051,
t of guest speaker is James Sat Neck and Back Pains The Program Committee of
terwhite, a member of the pub the Northwest Center i is a subcommittee -
lic relations firm representingSalem '"" of the Advisory Committee St. Monica's Day at (
and Winston cigarettes and is chaired Uy Mrs. "
locally. Mr.. Satterwhite Is a Mrs. Clotilda Dent, Mrs. Eura St. Peter's' I"I"'I' ,
native of Jacksonville. Mrs. Davis are Mrs. Mary King, '
31k Mrs. Viotilda Dent, Mrs. Euro Tho St. Manlca's Guild of St. 'I'' \
-W Williams, Mrs, Doris Williams Peter's African Orthodox Ca-
Court of Junior and Miss Marva Deck thedral cordially invites the
public to !its annual :
Programs nt the Center will program y
bo developed from expressed romnicmoratlng( St. Monica's ,\
Pleas at YMCAOn I interests of the community Day Sunday May 5 at St.Peier's 'It.' I \
'
f.By A. 0. Cathedral, 1725 ,
Thursday, May 9 at 7:30: JVJUNO THE WEEK AT NW 3rd court from 4 to 0 p.m. ''i,::I
n.m. "The. Court of Junior THE "YW"If The principal speaker will be "

I/."" ...---'--.'" ., __ Pleas" will be performed at the' DK.-JAY' GUTIEIWE25Did you want to "trim" your nev, Stafford J, Sweeting. An
figure and tone youh muscles- interesting is promised -
Hall 5770 NW 15th Ave. program
YMCA with a
Miss Patricia Elaine Moore, a Dade .you ever wake up Join the "Sllmnastlcs" class for your entertainment Mrs.
hy children of the CountyChlldren's
senior at BethuneCookman'College Kendall. In your neck or back? which meets on Tuesdays at 8 Helen Strachan Stubbs will bo .
Home at More
with a major In historyand than likely that means p.m. Mrs. Carrie Davis is in. mistress of ceremony; Mrs. I
the daughter of Dr. and The plot centers around a you have a subluxation (mis- structor. For a better fit of Vera A. Wilson is president and \\I:
Mrs. Richard V. Moore, president son who take his father to placement) of a vertebra in the your clothes, you should learn Canon Charles I.'. Cooper rec-
of Bethune, received the court because his father wanted neck or back. Other symptoms a few of the tricks
announcement from the Woodrow to take his scooter away will also surely follow because
Wilson National Fellowshipat from him. At the end of the the spinal cord is involvedand ..-: j,
Princeton, N.J. trial the judge puts the decisionto all the nerves In the body
cord
the jury, who will be selected are a part of this spinal ,
Miss Moore was interviewedat from the audience. some of which are undoubtedly
the University of Florida impinged.A .
with candidates from Georgia, Come out and encourage our suMuxatlon in the neck or
Alabama and Florida' by a com children in a magnificent dis- In the back causes not only
mittee of eminent college professors play by them through attendance headaches, neckaches, or back- )
and deans. Nine thousand aches, tlUt indigestion, consti- .
seven hundred and sixty. pation and disorders, becausethe
Rev. William F. Savoy, pastor
seven candidates were namedby : nerves supplying all organsare
the faculty members of 007 of Grace Presbyterian Church part of the spinal cord. W
colleges in the United States will offer prayer.Interracial. Adjustment of the subluxa-
and Canada 1,475 college students tion is the only logical way to
were awarded Woodrow Mothers' correct the cause of of disease. :
Wilson Fellowships and 1,154 Are you a chiropractic case?
received honorable mention. Dinner Has your spine been
thoroughly examined? It may 1
Miss Moore plans to enter the You're Invited to a dinner at
that spinal con
well be your
field of college teaching. The the Jewish Cultural Center ill !
of
dition Is the cause your
429 Lenox Ave. Miami Beach, 1:1
I
Woodrow Wilson Fellowshipcovers health. Your modern chiropractor :
tuition and fees for the Wednesday, May 15, 6:30 p.m. is a spine specialist.
mothers of the
two
honoring
first year at the graduate schoolof Are you a chiropractic case?
the Fellow's choice, plus a year, sponsored by the Inter- (One of a series of articles
Mother's Association
national ,
stipend Southern for Education living expenses.Foundation The an outstanding program Is plan. to bexplainand illustrate the

award covers tuition and living ned for your entertainment. practice of scientific chiropractic -

expenses for the summer. : written by Dr. Jay Gutierrez r''
Half the thing that people whose office is located at 6 % 6
Miss Moore has maintained
a do not succeed In are throughfear the corner of NW 22nd Ave. and
straight "A" average and has of making the attempt. 36th St. Phone 6311117. Lady
been on the honor roll and the James Northcot attendant on duty. (
Dean's List since her matriculation 'I t ,,,
at Bethune. She Is now Layaway Plan Easy Financing <
serving her internship at North L t
western High School in Miami Free Bath Powder and Cologne Set
Coconut Grove Wig Salon f"
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VALUE
$7.00
Beginning June 22 3214 Grand Avenue /

"Summer in the Art*" Will be given by your. beautician with each permanent .- Coconut Grove 445.6122 \

6 Saturday $15 7th FREE I
before May 15. 1963. Material must be purchased

Register Music during or dance May (Sat.) at Wm. J. O'Brien and) Co. and consist of Ever 54th Street Wig Center ,\


FINE ARTSCONSERVATORY Perm Curl out, Hair Strate or Pastel Princess.. Bring 1079 N.W. 54th Street ;.

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Racially Mixed Children Bobbie Zeigler is THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.

The New "Miss SATURDAY, MAY 4, 1963 PAGE 7 I


Form Adoption Problems These "children In waiting"In UM to Host Human Relations Confab ;

number will amount to more Alpha"v The University of Miami will "Pluralism a Challenge to Lead
than 20 within the next three
be conference Education."
host to a on ership in Higher
months. In from
Ranging age
"Human Relations in Higher Dr. C. D. Tharp, vice president i'I
"expecting" to five years, mostof "
Education in Florida next Friday
them have been in agency and dean of the faculties t tat
and Saturday May 3 and of Miami, will
foster homes since birth. Miss the University
-1' ? Lois Hill, caseworker, states, 4. preside at the opening session.A .
"All of these children are Faculty members from all summary of the discusion in
healthy, bright, and attractive. the colleges and universities in the first session will be given
They are in desperate need of the State will meet to discuss by The Very Rev. Edward J.
1, warm, loving families with the implications of a pluralistic McCarthy, OS.A., president of
hearts and home to share, > .. culture for higher'education.. BIscaync College
II\1ID.: #
+ where their spiritual and phy. Among: the topics they will con The program is the second
slcal needs will be met. According On Saturday, April 27, Beta sider in workshop groups are: conference of this nature. The
to Miss 11111, "Shouldwe Beta LamlAla chapter of Alpha Inter*religious programs on the first was held at the Universityof
not be able to locate adop Phi Alpha fraternity success- college campus, the issues of I South Florida in Tampa a
tive homes within the continental fully closed Its Scholarship' de-segregation; student-peer I year ago.
United States an attemptwill Fund Drive. The occasion was relationships. In a general session -!
be made to explore the I held at the home of Brother the delegates will discuss The 10G3 project is sponsoredby
possibilities of finding permanent Welters. One could feel as he or problems involved in college- the University College of
Miami
the of Dr.
homes for them in Puerto I she entered a room of excite- yrelationshipndbasic University ,
mood of issues of academic freedom Paul R. Vonk, dean In coopera
Rico. ment, tense a room ...
soft music, lots of beautiful tion with the Florida Region of .
I The Miami Catholic Welfare young ladles, and real fraternal Dr L. D. Haskew, vico chancellor the National Conference of
Christians and
Jews.
Bureau is a United Fund
I spirit. of the University of Texas
Agency. Amidst all the excitement a will serve as consultant to -.-
Monsignor Bryan O. Walsh, new "Miss Alpha" Bobbie the conference. Ho will give the Meet your friend nt
executive director, and his staffat Zeigler was chosen due to keynote address on the subject: CAL'S LOUNGE ANDRESTAURANT
the bureau are hopeful that hard, arduous work. All the
; this latest appeal will awaken contestants exemplified their RecitalThe
The cry of tiny tots Is not Catholic couples to our child- fervor to provide higher scholarships
Food Its
nt beat
being heard in Florida homes. ren's needs for adoptive families for our young; people.We Baslllan Fathers presents You have tried the rent
According to Miss Rachel Er., In the Negro community. of Alpha, wish to conffratu- Rev Donald Anthony, Now try the best
win, supervisor of Child Wel late the new "Miss Alpha' OS.a, tenor in a Recital of
fare at the Miami Catholic Wel' Univ. of KentuckyTo all the contestants who parti Songs accompanied by Joseph Continuous service from 6 a.m.
cipated. Davis Sunday, May t>, 4 p.m.' to 1 n.m.
fare Bureau, applications from IntergrateSEC These are the other lovely at St. Peter's American Catholic 6010 N.W. 22nd Ave.
people seeking to adopt our in order of finish: Church, 1811 NW 4th Court. NE 3.9316 I
contestants II
children have reached an all- ConferenceDirector Samantha Edwards Mrs. Lloma Green, will serve I
time low. With the increase of Cora Shirley Kinsey Williams, Florence as mistress of ceremonies. Donation OtvntMl and operated by
children whose parents are unable of the University of; ,Griffin, Alfrcdla Portier, $1.00. James and Nellie I
to provide proper care for Kentucky Athletic Association White and Vera Williams -
,
Vivian
them coupled with the decline;!Monday Issued a formal state .
of adoption applications, the ment stating they favor Integration The culminating activities'
Miami Catholic ,Welfare Bureau of the school's athletic
will be announced In the Attention All Tenants!
than
is facing the problem of an teams. near future. We wish to
Increasing number of childrenfor Major points within the statement all of the many friends who I ,
whom there are no\ adoptive are equal opportunity for: contributed to the contest.Announcement.
homes. all University students at the A bill to extend the 3% sales tax on rental I

The problem of the Catholic'ordinary earliest it does possible not jeopardize time as theschool's longas from a 6 month period! to a permanent year round )
Welfare Bureau is not an the
in
membership
one, inasmuch as the SEC. tax is being considered in the legislature at Talla
invited to i
"children In waiting" are of racially The Ker You are cordially
The daily,
mixed parentage, and can nel first campus started a drive for integrated attend a"Memories"Musical and sponsoredby Drama basset All tenants and all people desiring to oppose
only be placed: for adoption In athletics last March. entitled 'II
Catholic [homes. The Lexington school actuallyhas the Hiram Club, Sunday, this bill should go to a Bonded Rental Agency office '
in relatively May 5, 4 to G pm. at St. Agnes
been integrated
When 'asked !why no at Parish Hall, 1736 NW 3rd Ct. '
small numbers since 1954. or contact a Bonded collector or caretaker and sign I

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homes, Miss ErWin stated, as a
"Aside from the fact all of our ,NORTHERN JOBS TOP SALARIESThe service to all tenants andl? prospective tenants for \
children have been, .baptized
Catholic, natural families who finest live-in job available
their personal benefit. It I is important that act
you I
are Catholic have moral obligation Maid, mother' helpers, cooks, house keepers, ) +
to rear their childrenin No deposit, no registration fee immediately.
the Catholic Faith. We could couples, etc.

not with a clear conscience release TRANSPORTATION ADVANCED :J JJ1
these children for -adoption CHARLES A. LOCKHART,
unless we could guaranteethe ,J1
child will be reared Catho. World Wide Employment Agency Public Relations Director ;'

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. Excellency the Governor; left

PAGE 8 SATURDAY, MAY 4, 1963:/ IN AND AROUND THE BAHAMAS a ence attend for England with a parliamentary the last Secretary weekend confer.to

State for the Colonies. of
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and the meeting was well at- meeting started on May i. The
NewsThe Johnson, 13-year-old Con
B. T. Washington Ivan, of Local Policeman Ronald' tended. stitutional changes In the Baa
1- hamas
government
at the Bight Cat Is- will tavl
first place in, the
19C3 Yearbook, "The Tor only 35 cents. So. come on out was found dead on the l- discussions
Martin Woodside
April Eight-year-old
nado" has arrived' at Booker T. to "Copa City"at BTW. at Freetown on
18. The boy went fishing early son of Mr. and Mrs. Ken-
Washington. This year's bookis 2= 222e 22 that morning and it is believed neth Woodside of Fox Hill, A gambling license was .
said to be one of the best. ''' drowning. ,, granted
that he died from drowned at Yamacraw Beach recently by the government
"The Tornado' Is now on sale HEALTH With hun- for a casino at Grand Bahama
YOUR on Easter Monday.
that There are several
for 400. It Is suggested of March playingon reservations
a During the month dreds of others, he was but It is expected that
everyone wishing to should secure do bit. M. RADIN official figures showed that the beach, when he put on will provide needed the taxes
book
copy of this visited Nassau. of swim fins and waded finance
50,747 persons a pair
rapidly for .number of
now, for copies are In a projects including .
so This was a record breaker. into the water. Later someone '
dwindling away. 1962 the number for the same saw him floating face down in sewage' installation,
"I didn't know teachers hadit Health Is the month was 38,325. the water. He was pulled road building, school building
so hard." "Goshl! I don't result of nor r ashore and given artificial respiration and other necessary improve

think I could have stood it mal function. Patricia Maria Mather by two off-duty policemen ments.
Miss
very and doctor who ,was
"It was a
another day. Ill health or fourth daughter of Mr. and
nice." These were comments disease is the Mrs. Alonzo Mather and Pat- in the vicinity. He was rushedto
where he died.A .
seniors. a hospital
coming from opposite of rick Fisher, eldest son of Mr. A mind lively and at ease
One hundred and one seniors health. It is a and Mrs. Nelson Fisher, were can do with seeing nothing
classes on Student Government departure froma married Easter Sunday at Dun- and
taught Day Thursday, May state of more Town. Harbor Island. A delegation representing all can see nothing that does not
2. Among positions taken were: health, of bodyor grand reception followed the the political parties of the Ba- answer Jane Austen.

Erica Williams, principal; DeinrAs mind. Char- ceremony.The -"" ... "<. "=- "" ............ ., -<. -<. ... """ "'!;, "'-"'" ... "'-
Lanier and Alexander acteried uS'lallyby SEEL...
Whyms, assistant principals for a disturbance of function. Bahamas Trade Union
the administration, and Joseph When disease appears, it is evident Congress held its first annual
Pace, assistant principal of that the nerve force cous- Career Conference on April 17 LIB-CITY
curriculum.The ing health has diminished its at the Western Secondary
activity. Something' is interfering School, Some prominent speakers -
graduation exercises of with the normal nerve cur appeared on the agenda,
the nursery will be held In the rents essential to normal struc- -
auditorium May 10, at 7:30: p.m. ture and action. DRIVE IN THEATRE
Come and see the tots express that interference
themselves song and rhyme. Nerve function operates thru well proven premise
everclse by the system which is with normal nerve OX 1.7959 Ave and
This Is sponsored ; nervous function impairs normal actionof 22nd 69th St.
Mrs. D. R. Harris and Mrs. E. distributed throughout the
thus ill health
and
J. Adderly. body enabling all organs to receive organs
results. The modern chiropractor
this nerve force so neces-
Senior PTA CluW members sary to normal and true action. locates and removes inter NOW SHOWING
journeyed to the surrounding ference with pinched nerves,
elementary schools, Dunbar The cause of nerve interference thereby restoring the normal
Phyllis Wheatley, Douglas and I 1 directly concerns the mod function employed by nature in ,f
West Dunbar, Friday, May 3 ern chiropractor because his making all cures and maintain
to teach classes. Those participating I science is founded upon the ing a state of health. doacphl ,
were: Amelia Dunnell, I I II ; SOPHIA

Queenie McKinney, Laurasteen
Thompson Rosie M. Clark, LOREN
Gloria Mitchell, Audrey
Thomas, Delores Lanier, Fran- )4k *

ces Rutledge, Diann Curry,
Josephine Austin, Betty 'Ford,
and Leticha Hannah. Mrs. May ,.
' me Williams Is sponsor of the e +R /} r >ew
,/
organlation "Thank You" is ex
tended to those principals who ...ktnuch
made this activity possible '
f y more of woman

: During the Pan American 7 on the battlefield
I Week, the students of the foreign w than most women are

a, language classes placed pro- 41 in the boudoir 1
jects on exhibition in the .
:i.; school's library. Many colorful S X. :.,
and beautiful projects were exhibited FREE DELIVERY CCUk
and prizes were awarded DRUG

4 to Rose Moorman; and Cassandra 6750 N.W. 15th Avenue Phone 691-6651,
Rufus Haynes,
Taylor,
HAROLD
JOLLIVETflC. ManaKei ,
k r 1v
Lou Free-
Charles Cleare, Betty -
man, Wiona Reddick, Sandra I {
Hill and Arnold Bowleg. Also,
in Pan American Week, a program -
HELP WANTED
was given featuring fore- e
ign language students. The
theme of this program was "The HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS I
learning of Foreign Language.
The Key to Better Understand. < ,
ing." $45.00 WEEK' GUARANTEED 1 ri o


I, As guest speaker on the pro- Boys and girls, neat appearance, any high school in .. Technicolor Technirama 70mm
I gram was Joseph R. Dumond,

a representative King High.' During of Mayor the same Robert I Dade County Need 10 from each .school Report R081fl NOSSEIN bII it IAN J !L lruAlf M f NOlna

week a tree was planted in the Saturday morning 10 a.m. to 815 NW 48th Street. v .
patio of the school by the fore-
ign language students as a symbol -
of the strong bond betweenall
of, the languages of the .
world. THE TIME TO BUY

The Installation of new memo THE HOUSE TO BUY -PLUS
bers into Thespian Troupe 2112 This FHA Only $77 per month "I -
will be conducted May 9. Amongthe 4120 NW 11th Avenue
members to be inducted are

Cassandra Taylor, Roberta Large CBS, Fla. room, wall to wall carpet, intercom,
Thompson, William Green Cla-
retha Smith, Joseph Pace, Leslie .. garbage disposal unit, exhaust fan, fenced in rear, LIKE A

Brown Stanley Squire and prinjcler system and garage. Wide open 1 to 6 p.m. NOOSEAROUND '

Leatha King. Members of the .,r ,
Call
Troupe and Drama classes returned Arthur Solomon PL 1.7492 ; is
THE ,.
i from the Drama Festival THE KEYES CO.. '

I Wednesday, April 20, where 234 Biscdyne Blvd., Realtors FR 1.3592 MAN ,
I" I the 'Slave of Two Faces" received HUNTER'S < poefarNECK :
superior rating. The 'WIOR
i I \ play was also performed at SHE
1': Booker High In Sarasota. HUNG
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Members of the Human Relation No Money DownWill THAT HATED ss+

I. 11 Class along with Its spon NAME.. .
sor Miss Marie D, Roberts attended -
I a naturalization service .. .
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t held at Bayfront Park Auditorium bpild on your lot f '. W f" .
i April :30. Among students
attending were:. Roderlqua Stu 2 or 3 bedroom, garage, Florida room, oak floor or

rup Linda McCray Madeline what you want. Tile roof and bath.
I Roach, Resha Bethel, Ruby .
\ Sims and Rosetta Dunnell. NO MONEY DOWNOn GENE EViNS NICKEYSWIUGNN mwiaRl .1'f'

Laurasteen Thompson will be:
I presented the medal as the out- my lot $2,000 downThe -: -: -:
standing senior In journalism on
Awards Day May 23. Mrs. Mar home of your choice according to your plan. No NEXT ATTRACTION.
Arkin, a member of Theta .
Sigma Phi' will present the model. "DIARY OF ,A MADMAN"WITH
medal.
) Call PL 4-6788 VINCENT PRICE
; I "A Night In Copa City" will

1 be presented by the Student For the home that Holmes build. Plua"AMAZONS
: Council Saturday night in the
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA.
Adwards to be Made For

SATURDAY, MAY 4, 19663 PAGEd

Outstanding Work in NAACP Drive I
Sunlight Chatter Box We tare expecting you to Join

Dr. George O. Simpson chairman the churches In Dade have pro- ; i; us .for this gala affair. '
of the Awards Committeefor mised support and have mem- TheSimUght' School"of A hearty welcome back to
the big 1963 Membership bership campaign material. He Beauty Cultur Student. ClubIs
school, Mrs. Beatrice Thompson. -
Drive of NAACP here announc. particularly mention pledges received sponsoring May Day Showv ., Alice Jenkins
aucL.M/s
from each of the Minis- -
ed the following awards for out ..
lllnes's'di.We v-
and Dance Sunday May" 5 at after
standing work in the drive. ; terial Alliances in the city. ; your
the Hampton House ,
do wish all our sick a
All three insurance
First and highest award will companies '
be given the worker who sub- have also joined in the campaign Special efforts have been speedy recovery.
mits the highest number of Each company has submitted put forth to give you ,an early, See you Sunday 6 p.m. at the
memberships in the drive above a team of workers madeup evening of 'entertainment. Hampton House Convention

of 150.the"The adult memberships variety: Dr.must Simpson be anies.of the Participating agents. from are the the comp-Atlanta ''L, Y'F'1 All hair designers and attire. Hall, 5700 NW 27th Ave.
will bo the sincere work and
Life, Central Life and
said. The award will be an Your reporter,
efforts of the Sunlight ;stu-
;
Afro American Life Insurance
expense paid trip to Chicago
Rose Wilkerson
during the first week of July Companies;. Captains are the ": dents."lJ' .'" 1
when the. NAACP National managers Albert Moore, L. II. ----
Convention will be In session. Portlick Jr., and Otis James. f" ?
The amount allottea for "the "Clyde: Killen's Knigh ,Beat .. ..
trip is not to exceed $200," he -
PRESENTS ,
said. I Carver Presents : .,. , .. .,,,.... ..'. .:' ; r" .,.. ""'.u.ai,
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Other awards will be given !. '
{." .i. t .
including plaques, Gold NAACJ Its First Father- ,<,! ..' ........ ........
pins several saving bonds and ,
merit certificates to each work. 4 .{
er submitting a certain numberof Son BanquetThe i ..t ,; . ...,. 't
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members. A of Lang- \ >
copy I
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ston Hughes' "Fight For Free- G. W. Carver Branch :... 'I ,> (.
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dom" the history of NAACP YMCA conducts its first
will be awarded to each
cam-
paign worker submitting five or Father-Son Banquet, Saturday, ;a 1
more memberships.The May 11, G.30: p.m. at the YMCA lu 5a+ x dw .,N--' -

Breezeway of the branch. Hilton Brown of 2242 Forest .

May campaign 2, will continue which through beganon I The Carver branch takes Master St., Hollywood of St. Arthur's, Worshipful Lodge I I

June 12. Fr. Theodore R. Gib- cognizance the limited opportunities No. 438 'FARM of Miami, r"n
son is campaign chairman, Rob- provided for the Patron of St. Arthur's chapterNo.
ert W. Saunders is director. fathers and sons to gettogetherand 141 Order of Eastern Stars,

CHURCH SUPPORT GROWS participate in activities of Eminent Commander of St.
Arthur's Commandery No. 00,
mutual -Interests and benefit to
Bishop W. F. Ball, presiding I Royal Advisor of St. Arthur's
bishop of the 11th Episcopal I both father and son. Guild No.3, was elected St.
District, AME Church, throughhis According to the staff, this is Grand Eminent Commander of
support behind the drive just one of the many activitiesto Knight Templars of Florida and
when he counseled Dade Coun be sponsored by the Associa- Its Jurisdiction. Mr. Brown,
ty's AME Ministers at a meet- tion to serve Individual mem- who has organized many Blue
ing of the AME Alliance Monday bers of the family and the family Lodges and Commandrles in
? Bishop Ball suggested that as a unit. this area, has gone a long way
each of the AME Churches In promoting: masonry to its
place the campaign on their Rev. William F. Savoy pastorof high standard.
programs and that they reportall the Grace Presbyterian
memlfershi meeting Church, will be the principal
to be held on Monday, May 13. speaker for the affair which is Take Your
Bishop Ball also has set up a open to all fathers and sons.
statewide program to aid the Adults interested in acting in INCOME TAX LETTERto
NAACP membership programin the capacity of a Big Brotherto
other sections. a boy may also attend. the TAYLORS The Vibrations
1131 N.W. aixl Ave .
Rev; I. C. Mlsklns, chairmanof For further Information call FR 0-1703 \
the NAACP Church Committee or visit the branch office at ;
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Admission and! $1.25 Saturday, $1.75
Friday Sunday ,
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. The Aurdacious World of PowellHarlem

PAGE 10 SATURDAY, MAY 4, 1963 Pun Phun
I Congressman Adam "If I have all white blood,
JJwJ J f? and I'm doing what I am for
CJJJJJ) J JvI Clayton Powell asserted today
'=";:::-- Young Democrats I the Negro," he told Look, "ThenI
According to the Soap and. that he Is the only Negro leader deserve all the more credit!"
Detergent Association, that entirely free of white control
) r Board to Meet Metro pollution provision eliminating because he Is not dependent on PTA Council
Broward "hard" detergents will whites for financial support.
There will be a meeting of send local laundries to the l Meeting' Tonite
cleaners. The claims that "All strength, all
County the board of directors of the group my my
Dado County Young Democratic they'll be left high and dry If money come from Negroes, .* The final meeting of the Dade
NewsBy I Ass'n and the boat ride com- the Tide duz go out. Powell declared, "and thereforeI County PTA Council will We
F mittee on Friday, May 10 at If the provision stands, Metro cannot be controlled by held on Friday, May 3, at Booker -
8 p.m. at the home of Mrs commissioners may become whites." T. Washington High School.
Walter owe Rosa Lee Brady, 6045 NW 21th known as deter gents. This is the last meeting of
Powell's remarks
q 1 Ct. Refreshments, cards, fellow. were quoteed the Council for the current
in article "The Audacious
I an ,
ship Dr. E. A. Ward, chairman; year, and this being election
The steel Industry and President World of Adam Powell, in the officers
will be Installed
new
year -
Garth C. Reeves president.
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LJ Kennedy have now switched current issue of Look Maga- at this meeting.All .
I positions. Steel is hiking PTA unit
presidents
Foreign
The Veterans of and is steel- zine.The
(prices) Kennedy
Post No.: should be present and bring or
Wars, South Broward Department. Z. Newbold, reporter ing himself for the resulting controversial Congressman .
8105 will meet Sunday, May 5 I dilemma Oh the iron-y of it stated that there is no other send representatives and be
from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Chamber The PTA of Chester A. Moore all! Negro leader or organizationthat prepared to make or complete
of Commerce Building All Elementary School Is sponsor- This is a golden opportunity does not get "substantial all reports at this time.
members, please be present. ing the North Dade High School for JFK to test his mettle money from whites and added:
drama group in a three-act again that meddlesome metal. "I don't need it."

The Fire Department of Carver ut play 8 at Attucks. High May 10 Inflationary prices are a soar- Powell described himself, according DR. M. RADIN
Ranches will meet Monday, p.m.Because spot with him.Members article 10 12
of Its theatrical to the as "an Sunday a.m. noon
May 0 at 830: p.m. Membersare abilities, this cast has made irritant" who "rubs and rubs
Walter General Practice
urged to lie present. until something gives.
numerous appearances throughout of the U. S. Pan
Blatch E. K. Hardy,
president;
Dade County. Just recently American boxing team are
secretary.Rev. Recently critical of the 1159 NW 3rd Ave.
this group captured the attention against turning professional.They NAACP for letting whites hold
of, and held spellbound feel that pro tactics have positions of leadership in the Phone 374-1419
and Mrs. E. J. Clarkof during one of its performance, given boxing a Ulack eye. Then, organization, Powell was askedto
Central Baptist Church wishto a very large audience at Florida too, maybe they're afraid they comment on reports that Open daily 0:30: 1 p.m.
thank the ministers of the A and M University.Since might become Cassius Clay many of his ancestors were 5-8 p.m.
West Hollywood Ministerial this group is making pigeons. Well, boxing is not a white.
Alliance and their wives for its first and one night only social event even though the ,..
the benefit program given in. appearance in Broward County! I participants serve round after .. -':'!t _,
their behalf at the Greater St. you and your friends shouldmake round of punch.
Luke Primitive Baptist Church it a must to see and en' I guess they call it a boxingmatch" CHEAPER THAN RENT
last Wednesday night Thanksto joy the best dramatic production because the boxers keep
all the friends who rendered given anywhere outside striking to make each other 6325 NW 22nd Court
service and made the pro Broadway itself when they present light on the canvas.
gram a success. May God bless 'The Miracle Worker/' a
Must sell 4 bedrooms
cheap newly painted
story of blind Helen Keller. Alcoholism very ,
ranks with
you.The Reserved seats are availableat and heart trouble in the cancer des- tile bathroom, excellent condition. $300 down, small
Rev. Ellis King Is pastorof a low cost. For reserved truction of human
life Just monthly
as payments.
the St. Luke and presidentof seatsJou may call \VA 2-2655 I thought alcohol can pickle
the alliance. Mrs. T. Formanis .
I but it can't
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The Baptist Minister's Council OPEN DOOR "THUS SAITH

of Greater Miami and vicinity -
Rev. H. C. McDowell, pastor THE LORD"As
will hold Its' bi-monthly
A. E. McNeal, reporter we study together the Holy q.
evening session Monday,
on : Holy Communion will not be Spirit's ministry, during the
May G, beginning at 7:30: p.m.' administered Sunday, but vril time our Lord was upon the I:
at the Mt. Olive Missionary earth, we find there were sev-
Baptist Church, 1450 NW 1st be given on Mother's Day the eral events that happened which

Ct., Rev. I. C. Mickins, minister second Sunday the which will Door.be a will never happen again. The
gala day at Open
first find in the
one we Gospelof
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Highlights on the current' have confirmation of the children Luke, chapter 11, verse 13:
"If then being evil, know
class and ye
weekly International Sunday In the pastor's
how
to give good gifts unto
School lesson will be givenby they are preparing a special children
: how much more
Bible Expositor, Rev. Randolph program. We will also have reception -your shall heavenly Father

Thompson and a special of new members. give the your Holy Spirit to them ;
delivered by
have that ask him? This is
passage
Quite a few honors
of
Rev. P. W. Williams, pastor
directed to the children of God
been bestowed upon members
St. Luke Missionary Baptist and the promise Is that God will
_. ,. .. Church. All church leaders are of the Open Door. Some of
-- give them the Holy Spirit, if
them are Lambert Greene, valedictorian
extended a special invitation to
they ask for him There is no
of the senior class of
ALLEN
CHAPEL attend along with all laymen.
record of anyone claiming this
Fr. Elisha S. Clarke Jr. vicar Music will be furnished by the Northwestern; Senior Bettye promise. The Holy then 4
,
Cor. Bland selected president of
5th Ave. as Ghosti
and 22nd Terr.. choirs of St. Luke.
continued his the
Schedule: Sunday, Matins 9 Divine Student Council at North Dade n
Solemn services were held Rev. T. Johnson president minister of music Wll same way as he did In the Old
a.m.; Sung Mass and ; our own ,
Sermon 9:15: a.m.; Wednesday throughout the day beginning Rev. W. J. Macon, secretary. )Ham (Blllle) Johnson has a Testament, during the waked
with Sunday School at 9:30: with scholarship to attend the University of the time our Lord
Low Mass 7 a.m. at me Vicar- Supt. Terry Hill presiding. of Oslo and earth. It was due to
Norway change I
age, 1984 NW 153rd St; Thurs- At the 11 MT. CALVARY BAPTIST travel in Europe. Mrs. Gwendo. very soon however. This
a.m. worship
our change we will share next week.
day St. Michael's Choir rehearSal pastor delivered a soul lyn Julius Bullard, our consul
stirring Rev. E. M. Thomas, pastor The Holy Ghost's ministry to
and St. Vincent's Acolyte message from the subject "Howto tant at F. S. Tucker, will be different
Phyllis Myers, reporterOur the Lord Jesus was very
rehearsal 5 p.m. at the vicarage. Talk to Yourself." services Sunday, begln- this traveling in Europe and Africa and special In Matthew

The St. Mary Chapter will At the evening service the ing with the Sunday School summer. chapter 1, verse 20, we readthat

have its monthly meeting on pastor was heard again deliv- and ending with the evening A red letter day for all mem- it was the Holy Ghost that
Sunday at 5 p.m. Please cont- ing an inspiring and challeng worship were very enjoyableand bers and friends of The Open prepared the body In the virgin
tact your chairman for place.I ing message on family life entitled uplifting to all of us. Door will be June 1, the fourth Mary. In Luke, chapter 1, verse
Mrs. Doris Johnson, chairman. "What God hath Joinedto On May 12, the Deaconess anniversary of our pastor, at 15, we read that Jesus was fill
gether." Board will sponsor the Mother's which time we will have our ed with the Holy Ghost beforehe
The Parish Council will have Day program. The guest minis picnic on the church groundsfor was born. The Holy Ghost
its quarterly meeting on Thurs Music for the services were ter on their program Is Rev our families and friends. also was at the baptism of
day, May {9 at the vicarage at rendered by both choirs. Sims. The public Is invited to This will also be the grand and Jesus. Jesus did many of his
8 p.m. come. glorious ground breaking for miracles in the power of the

We are praying for the the beginning of our perma- Holy Ghost. Jesus was comforted \
The Episcopal Churchwomenof GREATER ST. MARK P.B. speedy recovery of our sick nent edifice which we hope and strengthened by the
the Transfiguration are an members.The will be ready for our first ser- Holy Ghost. In Hebrews, chap
nouncing their two big events Rev. F. L. Johnson, pastor public is always welcometo vice the first Sunday in Octo- ter 0, verse 14 and Romans,
for the year: Stay at home tea, Mrs. Ruthie Mae Scott, reporter worship with us. chapter 8! verse il, we read that

May 19; Rogation Sunday and a The youth of the church to. ber.All friends are welcome to Jesus offered himself as the

fashion show presenting Dade day will be the church of tomor our regular morning servicesat Lamb of Calvary In the power
County's Ten Best Best Dressed row. Parents we to ST. MARY'S W. M. 11 o'clock each Sunday. of the Holy Spirit, and in the
Women. The date for this event send children urge you power of the Holy Spirit, Jesus
will be announced litter also your out to Rev II. V. Stuart, pastor was raised from the dead. The
church
time and place. each Saturday night Miss I! Dorothy Major, reporter NEW PROVIDENCERev. one time that the Holy Ghost
from 7 to 8 'p.m. for the "Train-
Everyone was spiritually uplifted was not with our Lord, was
Mrs. Alice Harrison and Mrs. Ing of Youth" program, spear- C J.
last Sunday. Service was Burney, pastor on the cross. Jesus was alone
Julie Clarke, co-chairman of headed by Rev. F. L. Johnson.Sunday's enjoyed by all. Sis. Claudia Wilson, reporterWe lie suffered, bled and died

both events. sermon, "The Impor- Sunday there will be a short are looking forward to alone, forsaken by all. Listento
tance of leadership" was dedicated testimony service. The Lord's having a fine time Sunday. Our his words as recorded by

to all the young people. Supper will be administered friends are welcome in our services Matthew, chapter 12, verse 40,

ANTIOCH BAPTIST Don't forget the sick, visit morning and night. Choirs will also the second Sunday "And about the ninth hour

1899 NW 64th Street with them.Thought sing Jointly morning and night. is Mother's Day. Jesus cried with a loud voice ,

Rev. O. W. Foster, pastor Men's Day is fast approaching. Continue in prayer for the saying Ell, Ell, lama sabachthanl '
fur the week: My Let us support our men in sick and those who areaway That Is to say, my God, ,
Monday morning our pastor little children, these things J I this drive as they did us in our on various occasions, that my Godly why hast thou forsaken -
planed to a special seminar in write unto you that ye sin not Women's Day drive. they will return safely. me?* It was our sins he
Nashville, Tenn at Fisk University and if any man sin, we have an .- bore, our Judgement he received
with the trustees and advocate with the Father, Jesus our death he died, that we,
college administrators of the Christ the righteous. The Church of God in Christ TEMPLE BAPTIST through faith in him, might live
nation. We are praying for hima I his life. t
safe trip. He will return to 1809 NW 5th Avenue Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor Next week we will continue

the city on Thursday.The ST. BARNABAS W. M. Elder J. C. Jackson, pastor The No. 1 choir will sponsora this part of our study on the t
first Sunday with us Is Nathaniel Thomas, reporter "Waist Rally" tonight (Friday Holy Ghost. We will share the

always pastorial day with Rev. E. A. Culmer, pastor "He brought me to the ban- ) on the church ground promise of our day, and the
Communion services at nigh Mrs. S. Dawkins, reporter queting house, and His manner Friends are invited to come and Holy Ghost.
The Male chorus will sing Sun Sunday School was openedby over me was love." Song jof Join the fun. Refreshments Send your questions and an
day morning and No.1 chorus the assistant superintendentMiss Solomon 2:4.: swers to "Thus Salth The Lord"
Sunday night. The No. 1 ushers Theresa Lewis. Classes Mrs. Gussie Gamble would free.Baptism and the Lord's Sup- care of Liberty Bible College,

will serve throughout the day. took their respective places like to express herself for the per will be administered duringthe rUB NW 15th Ave., Miami. Also

with their teachers. The pastor many friends who came out to morning service Sunday.The remember our evening classes
Sunday, May 12 the women conducted the devotion and the Spiritual Banquet that was choirs will sing jointly. every Monday and Thursday at
will sponsor a Mother's Day turned the service over to the held at our church on last Friday !- Mrs. Roberta Jackson who 8 o'clock. There Is no charge.
Tea at the home of Rev. and
superintendent, Miss H. Trot- night.Fifth underwent surgery recently at
Mrs O. W. Foster, 1301 NW 55th
Avenue Church of God Mt. Sinai Hospital, Is convales-
who Introduced Miss The
Terr., from 4 to 6 p.m. Mrs.' man rest Lewis as mistress of cere in Christ had a wonderful time cing at home. We pray for her. GRACE PRESBYTERIANThanks
Jaffee S. Brown speaker.
guest
all day last Sunday when the
Everyone is Invited to come monies. A spicy program was beginning of service. The missionaries speedy recovery. to all who helped to I

out and bring your mother.Woman's rendered by the boys and girls. were in charRe.I make last Sunday.morning's ,
Lucius Jackson, the dynamic service with the Golden Age ,
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The evening service was also I
I Ministers Meet
Day will be observed guest speaker, was introducedby I conducted by the missionarieswith to Club as our special guests. Sucha
May 19 Our theme, "Chris. the superintendent. No. 11' the Junior chorus and the joyful and memorable occa-
tian women Lifting as They choir furnished music with Fifth Avenue Choraleers. The The Interdenomiantional sion. Thanks to Mrs. Roena
Climb in This Modern Age. Mrs. L. Knowles at the piano of the Lord was high; Ministerial Alliance of Greater Parlin, president of the Wo-
spirit on
Sunday morning speaker and No. 1 ushers served. Mrs. Gussie Gamble and others Miami Rev. E. T. Graham, president men's Association and Mrs.
will be Mrs. J. W. Toomer of will meet at the Mt. Zion Louise Edwards, chairman for
the Women
Ft. Lauderdale. services May God bless all who appeared are enjoying Church
Night Convention of the International Baptist Tuesday, May Women's Day, who are receivIng -
will consist of a panel discus- on the program. Church of God in Christ 7 at 11 a.m.Important. such fine cooperation and
sion. The public is Invited to held business will be support from all the women,
The evening devotion was which is being in the cityof
come and worship with us. discussed and we urge our and all the church. Women's
led by the pastor. Our assistant Chicago, 111. with the Dr.
brethren the
of cloth be
to
pastor, the Rev. H. Demerltte, Lillian Brooks Coffey presid- present.Inspiring. Day is May 10.

MT. TABORRev. delivered the message.We ing. We pray that they are enJoying us with the gospel
themselves In the Lord.
wish to thank all who message will Me the Rev. P 8. NEW MT. MORIAH
P. S. Brown minister and nave a safe arrival back
came ,out and helped us cele- Brown, pastor of the Mt. Tabor
Miss Dessie Crocket, reporter home.
Baptist Church. Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor
brate first
our anniversary. You and yours are always
The chairman and cochairmen Ruby Handy, reporterWe
Visitors are always welcome.
welcome to attend our churchat
captains and cocaptainsare
wish to thank our many
all times.Remember.
asking the cooperation of Thank You members and friends who
the sick and those
each member and friend In this
MT. CARMEL M. BAPTISTRev. who are shut-In. helped make our Woman's Daya
our second event of the year,
With gratitude and success on last Sunday. We
appreciation
the Pew Rally in making it a D. A. Bradley, pastor too deep for feeble were spiritually blessed throu-

success. The goal Is six thou- Mrs. Christine Cohen, reporter ST. JAMES AME CHURCH I words, I would like to my take this out the day. Rev. Thomas of
sand dollars and the rally term- Hear, ye children, the in- opportunity to express for myself Los Angeles, Cal. will deliver
inates May 26. struction of a father and attendto 1845 NW 65th Street ; and family our sIncerest he message Sunday morning.

Mrs. A. O. Parker of Daytona know understanding. We Ruth E. Copeland, reporter appreciation for your thought- Our pastor brings the message
Beach reminded each memberof are now in the month when Rev. J. B. Blacknell, pastor fulness during the period of Invite night. The public is

his responsibility to the min our brethren will be puttingover Sunday was a high day at St. my illness in and out of the to worship with 113

ister and to the church. In so the battle. James beginning with Sunday hospital. thruout the day.

doing she stressed the needs School. The subject of the lesson -
This has been set aside by
Your calls, cards, flowers and
was "Whom Can I Trust"For
the minister will require during our pastor as Men Month. So visits were so numerous untilI I1AIIAI ASSEMBLY
this big effort! erecting a new let us as children be very mind morning worship the Rev.I. find
it impossible to thank
Mt. Tabor. The needs being ful of our doings. D. Henson, pastor of Bethel Mrs. Frances Daumgartner
moral financial and most of AME Church, Tallahassee, delivered : each of you individually. However of North Miami, a member of
all spiritual support. Sunday is the first Sunday the sermon. thanks I would like to give special the Horticultural Study Society -

Coming events: Dinner sale, so let us come with praying Sunday afternoon a programwas and to the pastor, officers will speak at the Daha'l
members
hearts and well mind sponsored by Ushers Board of the New Center. 137 NW 11th Ave., 8
Saturday, May 6, 1335 NW list a kept Providence Id
Terr., PL 1-6732; Night of Fun, I to serve Jesus regardless of No. 3 Bro. Henry Lawrence, B.in Church for >.m. Sunday, May 6. Her sub-
Friday, May. 17, Hollywood; what the cost might be. Thereis president.Sunday. remembering I roe their pray ect will be: "Greater Than Any
Bed Spread Raffle, Saturday, a price we must pay for this evening the pastor ers. pray God'g richest Nation." The public is! cordially -
May 18, 1435 NW 57th St. salvation. Remember the sick and congregation motored to Ft. blessings upon each of you and Invited to attend. Phone Secretary
and shut- and shut-ins. Prayer meeting Lauderdale as guests of Mt. may he forever keep you. FR 1-5420, for further
ins.Pray for our sick every Tuesday night. Herman AME Church. Brother Otis Shelley nformatlon.TRANSFIGURATION .







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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI; FLA.t IN MEMORIAM
If
DE.A THS
' PAGE 12 SATURDAY, MAY 4, 1963 In loving memory of our 1 \ ,

mother and grandmother, geagassIKmMtsx3RANGE. rar: iI'' 4>..

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CARDS .. IIEMORIALS1w
MRS. BERNICE BRUTON

r_ .__, >L ,... ,ALLEN, a long time resident
) I r of the Perrine area who livedat
';'r IN MEMORIAM 18025 Homestead Ave., died
I IN MEMORIAM I April 25. She's survived by a

: In loving memory of husbandand In loving memory of our dear daughter, Ponsletta Bradshaw,
J father, mother, grandmother, and sis- several sisters, Stella Johnson,
f
R _...u.. ..uU....'. .u. .... .,_. ter, Essie Brown and Eula Dye;
'; ':':.: MRS. TILLIE DUNCOMBE two brothers, Fletcher and War.
j. f ) BURNS a dell Bruton. Services will be
: + "
I H ." .t ,iJ: who entered into eternal rest Saturday at 11 am. at Hurst
.. ":.. "" on May 3 1961. Chapel with Rev.. Blake officiating '_ __ .
: We shah always rememberher She will lie in reposeat _J
kindness and sweetness. atxYc the chapel from 2 p.m. Friday -
I' May she rest In peace. a and will be at the church EDWARD D. WALKER,. better -

Mrs. Victoria Hanna, at 7 am. Saturday. known as "Ed" who lived
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'. daughter in this area' since' '1920 and

#"'! George Burns, son MITCHELL HIGHTOWER of whose residence was 2981 NW
Raymond Knowles, son 6203 NW 14th Ct., died at his 50th 'St., died while attending
Acie and Bub Duncombe, home April 27. His services church April 28. He was the
brothers Saturday 3 p.m. at the Triumph proprietor of a hardware storeon
And Family Church and Kingdom of Opa- NW 27th Ave. and 49th St.
locka with Prince Mobley of- He is survived by two sons
IN MEMORIAMIn I ESSIE :McKELVINwho ficiating. He is survived by his Johnnie and Alphonso andtheir

r < departed this life May G, widow, Elease, a son, Staff Sgt wives, a sister, two aunts,
.' e memory of. our._. mother, 1961. William Hightower, his father, an uncle. Services Saturday at
fnt -. -- You are gone but not forgotten William: two brothers, Cecil, 4 pm. at Antioch Baptist
Sleep on find rest in and S. A He will be in reposeat Church with Rev. Stevenson

.a 'a. peace; we love you dear mother 2 p.m. Friday officiating. He will lie in repose -
but God loves you best. You in the chapel 1.to 10 p.m.

will always remain in our ROBERT LEE THROWER Friday and will lie at home
4et ,"' hearts. 7 a.m. Saturday.
of G243 NW 14th Ct. died April
i. j.": Daughters: [ 30. He is survived by two sis-
PERCY SHARPE, SR. i ,"" Nancy Willis ters, Cora Mae Carter. and Mrs.
I who departed this life April 30, ., oJ Lessie Lynch Anna Mae Battle, a brother, SELVIN THOMPSON 10105
1962. . '..! Laverne Roundtree L. C. three children, Vera Lee, SW 171st St., Perrine died on
t< One year has passed since Essie Mae McKelvin William and Shirley Ann. Arrangements April 20. He is survived by four
you left us. Life will never Ue < ", are incomplete. children, Barbara, Calvin, Evelyn
t ', the same. Each flower and leafy ..<1<.': and Dwight, his mother,
{ may wither each evening sun t IN MEMORIAM WILLIE B.. WILLIAMS who Mrs. Mae Thompson, two
.' may set, but the hearts that "$$3W'ft In loving memory of our lived at 2033 NW 70th St., died brothers, Leroy and Elvin, a
loved you dearly, are the ones dear sister and niece, April 30 He is survived by his sister Mildred, a sister-in-law,'
that will never forget. b; I widow, Carrie, three daughters, Theresa, an aunt and uncle Mr.
I Mrs Eva J. Sharpe, wife Louise, Patricia and Dorothy, and Mrs. McPhee. Services will
Hazel Perry daughterRev. two sons, Clyde and Leroy, his be held Saturday 'at 1 pm. at
Percy J. Sharpe, son father and mother-in-law, Mr the Refuge Church of Christin
Carolyn and Michelle ; and Mrs. Zelria Beckwith. His Perrine with Elder S. Cooper
Sharpe, grand: daughters '' "" \ survlccs will be held on Mon- officiating.

day at 2 pm. at Mt. Shiloh
Baptist Church with Rev. Pur
IN J MEMORIAM I r a r i dy Brown officiating He will Bethel's Full Week

MRS. JESSICA SAWYERwho lie in repose at the chapel p.m.
In loving memory of our departed 'this life 3 Sunday.
May ,
dear mother, 1960. Program For 67th
, MRS. MARY LOURICHARDSON
Life, sweet life, so soon to pass. >trn HENRY WYCHE died April

who departed this life May 1, As wo are so was she, 29 lIe Is survived by his wife, Anniversary
As she
Is
shall
so be.
1902.j we Rosa and a son. Arrangements
j Sweet are the memories that May she rest in peace and AaV. ry 7+'9 are incomplete. The pastor officers and mem.
light
Never fade of one we love but Mrs.perpetual Eunice shine upon her. -...... hers of Greater= Bethel AME
I Could not smile Curry, and Church invite to Join themin
, save, a loving Mrs. Rosa Demerlttc you
,: And a happy face broken link IN I r MEMORIAMIn I 1 observance of the church anniversary .
: We could never replace. daughters : "67 Years in Retro-

,I Always in our hearts. Mrs.Capt. Merl Robert Sawyer Sawyer, son 4 ,ft sad but loving memory of spect" May 6-13.
Mrs.
Maude McCullough
;t Ruth Ezell, Jean Montgomery daughter-in-law our brother dear son, father and Opening a full week of activi
ra ties will he members of the
Mae Keno, _.__.______.___._u..n Steward Board
daughters CARD OF THANKSThe Monday even-
Lintton Harris. son ing May 6. Ed Cherry, staunch
And Family family of the late, A layrfian leader and steward will
, present the church history.
r rI ETIIERELENE MORLEY More than 40 veteran church
I !IN MEMORIAM DULLARD men and women will receive
who departed this life April citations during this program.
\ In loving memory of our 23, 1953 Rev. S. L. Gay and congrega-
dear mother and sister, Gone, but not forgotten. tion from Mt. Hermon AME
When I'm' tempted to do wrong Church will be special guests.
jt, ";'""' -!\"klwf/; : Make me stead-fast wise and I Miami Northwestern Senior

; strong 'High School Chorus will be
.4 And when all along 0 stand, featured in song.
Shield me with thy mighty
hand. Tuesday night marks the pro
I L : 4 I Mrs. Virginia Morley gram of church auxiliaries,

: y .M.t {t Newbold, sister trustees and missionaries. Rev,
; RoosQvelt Morley, brother P. D. Brantley and congregation -
c Alma Smith, aunt of Greater Israel Bethel
And a host of nieces and y P f} Baptist Church will be special

nephews. guests.
I
y ". <, Ilx9t f fI fI fI fI fI 3 3x Rev. J. Benjamin Blacknell.
a t
IN MEMORIAMIn former pastor of Greater Detheland
I his congregation from St.
I loving memory of our __ James AME Church will be
I daughter and sister. I n special guests for the Ushers

bM1tS. EDWIN LORD Wednesday. night. A special
who was called from labor to program has been planned by
JULIA WILSON reward May 1, 1961. the ushers .which Includes selections -
who passed away April 10 and Two years have pessed, from the St. Paul AME
was laid to rest April 20 take Since your Maker called you to Church Male Chorus, guest
I this method of expressing its be with Him. soloist James Fayson and oth-
thanks and appreciation to the God, knows how much we miss er exceptional talent of the
many friends; who were so kind you, city.
NwT ra ,Yr t y during the hours of bereave- Never shall ,your memory fade, Independent clubs and boards
Thanks for the cards
ment. Loving thoughts shall always will
their
letters, telegrams, flowers andall wanderTo present program on
other kind of the where Thursday night with a focuson
gestures sympathy spot you were
club
A
.: Special thanks to Rev. laid. growth. music and
; k }Kelly and members of St. Paul Mother, children and literary program has been
AME Church, the wonderful Brother planned by the group.

neighbors and friends and the lit. Youth of the church will
Range Funeral Home. Again present the youth of St. Paul
thanks to everyone for every- In continued remembranceand AME Church of Coconut Grove
thing. Your kindness shall never love of our husband and Friday night. Rev. 'Tempus E.
lie forgotten. father Wright, pastor of St. Paul, will
W G. Franklin and Family
deliver a special to
LORLIE BELL SCOTT OSCAR LEE RANGE youth emphasizing message their role
who departed this life May 5, In
IN MEMORIAMIn perpetuation church history.
1962. who parsed to eternal rest
Youth from other churches
Gone, but not forgotten. loving memory of our L May 4, 1960. will be special guests.
Amos Clifford dear
parents
Raganssons M. Athalle
Range wife
,
,I MRS BEATRICE 1C MONCURand Choirs of the church have
Georgia Howard, Mary VIRGINIA MAE THURSTONwho Mrs. Myrna Lee, planned a musical treat for
Branna, Ludie Bell Months, MR. SAMUEL M. MONCURwho departed this life April daughterN. Sunday night, May 12. Special
"l Eleanor Westbrooks, Louise passed away May 5, 1958 26, 1902. Patrick features on music and gospel
and Eddie Mae daughters and July 7, 1960 respectively. Gone, but not forgotten. Oscar Anthony singing will be Included. Rev.S. .
Johnnie Champion,. Flossie May they rest In peace and May she rest in peace and Gary Chandler A. Cousin, pastor of Greater
I I, Brown, sisters light perpetual shine upon light perpetual shine upon her. eons Bethel will deliver a sermon-
J Florence James, daughter them. The Family ette on the history of music.lJ .
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FOR SALE FOR SALE THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. I,

Classified LOVELY 4 BEDROOMS, 2 baths, you I SATURDAY MAY
3-Bedroom CBS on take over with $350 down and 4, 19663 PAGE 13
,. '-\" .. '. 'xtra large lot, Top location $80 month. Call G9G-0377. .. ..
on$450/47th down St and..oivner Ave Only The Silvertone
\ bays your CUSTOM BUILT deluxe duplex, SOCIAL SECURITY
FOR RENT closing costs. Life
4932 NW 7th Ave. Realty PL 9-4371, 4932 2 bedrooms each side. Tile Convention Returns I}4
baths
beautifully danscaped. 3 M
FURNISHED, or unfurnishedapt. Sundays and
In Opa-locka area. 1-bedroom evenings. years young, an electric! kit- .. *a To Liberty City ;
unfurnished. $15 week chens. Small)} down payment. j ,
2- LOVELY
CBS !
Big Florida FHA
or conventional lernn. To
bedroom bedroom furnished unfurnished.$21, $18 2-bed-, 1. is room immaculate., tile roof, awnings, house see call the owner, 034-43333. \ -[.JIU-l-); i}
furnished The nicest one ...__ . "
rooms $25. Call Mic- on the block. HtT TRl VA lOVY1MMtl.TNobody I Ir
kins Rental Agency. NE 4-0500. $83 month. Life$400 down and HOUSE, Bunche Park section, :
Realty, 4932 corner 22nd Ave.
Indf NW. Large I
NW 7th Ave. PL wants to lose
9-4371. Open lot, 2 bedroom and bath, close money.
BEDROOM furnished All Open Sunday and evenings.NO to school and churches, excel-' Yet this is happening every day,
utilities, downtown area apt.$18 ef lent location. Low price bar- according to Edward P. Dlon-
ficiency, $13. Call Mlckitts Rental and QUALIFYING House gain.' For Information call)} owner ston, manager of the Miami
NE extra lot Lovely Florida UN 5-2910. Call after 5
Agency. 40500. indf p.m. North social security office.
-- -.,"" room, carport, a pli?nces. A
.a Jlnt bargain at $10,000, $500 down rooms 2 baths. You This is true Uecause many
UOM 1 per month. Life
dt.; $ q. weekt Aid 4-rob 1932 NW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371 Realty, taka over with $350 down and people who are G5 or older do
Hollse $ Call!. Satur $80 per month. Call G90-0377 not seem to know that they do 'dw '
day. 2260 NW G2nd St. 688-4825. BEST- not have to quit work completely v tau i iE. ih I
Florid CBS 2-bedroom, 1 bath house, to get all or some of
M18 room, awnings, fenced, central:. 1255 NW 40th St. Low down their social security benefits >;
ROOM Quiet heat, appliances. $300 down and payment. Call 4415115. during the 11
home. Men only.. $G9 month. Life Realty, 4932 year. .'1
1075 NW 75th St. PL 8-4925. NW 7th Ave. PL 94371. FOR SALE OR L J ,\sJi1 Under the social security law ,
I CBS 2& story professional if you nre eligible for retire-
NICE HOUSE. Chain link QUALIFYING 3-bed- building. Suitable for d r u g ment benefits, you can earn up
fenced yard for high class room CBS In heart of Manor store doctor's office, attorney, to $1,200 a year and get a bene-
small family. Convenient to Park. Florida room, fenced, ap funeral parlor. Ample parking, fit check for all 12 months in
everything, $22 per week. Will pliances 3 air conditioners. etc. Broker protected. 2200 NW the year. If you make more
sell, $100 down( NE: 5. $6G. $500 down and $85 month Life G2nd St. 088-4825. Open Satur- than $1,200 you will still receivea
Realty, 5932 NW 7th Ave. PL day and Sunday. Fll check for any month in which C:. I,UrlnB
FURNISHED 1 and 2 bedroom 9-4371. Open Sundays. you do not earn more than $100or Foumlrr. mId 1'1'(' ld..nt
apts. at 418 Nw 4th St. Gad do not render substantial May 22nd through May 2Gth
and .}eater free.. Apts. from $12"llpi FULLY FURNISHED CBS, t'alvTrnWAITRESS services in selfemployment.In Primitive
Gall 877-0618.! Apply at apt; :Manor\ Park. Garage,. Florida' Snack-Way Drive at St. Mark's Baptist
rodni fiice 1 $350 down and Inn, 5595 NW 17th Ave. addition, even if you earn Church, 1155 NW D3rd St., Rev.
work all months in the
$68 mont Lif' Realty, 4D32NW year, F L. Johnson, pastor. Watchfor
ROOM ifl private home for 7th Ave PL 9-4371, dpeti LOOK! Beautify your home, I more. than still$1,200 a year benefit ana more.
nice man. 2141 NW Sundays and evenings.{ self_ and make $50 per week. you may get some
_. - .. ., _70th. .St. OXi.v Fuller checks during the year. For
cosmetics. 531 NW 2nd
tau after 3
p.m: Ave. earnings over $1,200 and up to
Apply 9
a.m. thru
Monday
BEAUTIFL BIG DUPLEX, I $1,700 benefits are withheld on and the total nmount of bene-
LOVELY i-bedrobm apt. Completely CBS, llkd iiew for only $GOO Saturday. the basis of $1 in benefits for fits due.
furrilshed. Large rooms. down, Manor Park drea. Good VHIVATK each $2 earned. On earningsover Mr. HUmstcm) invites working -
Quiet, shady yard, laundry room for home and income or ideal Civil domestic INVESTIGATOR. $1 700, $1 in benefits iRwithheld poison of retirement age
and washing machine. No for family with grand parents. Phone NE 48334 criminal for each $1 earned to visit, call or write his office
children, 1323 NW 58th Terr. i You will love this one. Call me' D. PRESLEY day or night. Therefore, the benefits a per and ask for the free pamphlet,
A. Ben-Korl, Realtor 714 NW A27 son or family can actually receive "21 Questions and Answers
HOUSE, partly furnished: Call 02nd St. Kites PL 9-5533. Days when the person earns About Social Security Pay-
Mrs. Taylor, 758-5972. PL 43131. more than $1,200 a year des ments". The office Is located at I
P cends on both his total wages 231 t NE 70th St.

for FURNISHED APT. with yard LOVELY 3-BEDROOM. No .A.. . . & .. .&. ..A ._ A_ A.a.a&&........._........ &........................ ....
information, call OX 12426. qualifying, just $750 down, y --"O''r"O''r'r 'r'r 'r.Y-
that's all Fla porch, carporte, {
3 BEDROOMS BATHS CBS
A 2 l
SIX ROOM
HOUSE In Liberty lovely Manor Park area. MoveIn.
City for rent or sale. Call PL Terms arranged Call me, N Plus CBS guest house. 801 N.W. 75th St. $16,000 I
4-6108 A. Ben-Korl, Realtor. Nltes!. $600 cash $103 pays all. Can be used as 2-bedroom,

$ill PER WEEK, three bedroom PL 9-C533 Days PL 4.3431, SERVICE 1 bath plus efficiency, plus guest house and live absolutely

Uhfilrnish.eU house, tree gaa $250 DOWN, Only $8,090 total rent free. Partly furnished!lOne FHA
ahd water. 6043 NW 24th Ave Just $74 month pays all. Hero'sa William Pinder, Sr. mortgage. Exclusive PL 41841.
good buy for a nice CBS Piano Tuner
NICE ROOM for nice settled home Fla, room, carporte, furnished Professional GUNSON REALTY, Inc.
man. Use of the apt. UN 6-1138. If you need it. Also separate And! Repairer
Sunday NE 5-1247 Utility room. Call me, A. 1935 N.W. 153rd St. _
Ben-Korl. Realtor, 714 NW
A NICE front room hi a quiet 02nd St. Nltes PL5533.! Days Opa-Iocka 2-BEDROOM FLORIDA: ROOM
Christian home, One or two PL 4-3131. Phone MU 8-3770 776 N.W. 46th Street
Quiet men, ladies or couples.
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call 634-9654. WE BUY ANYTHING red! tape! No closing cost. Range and refrigerator.
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.,. Southernmost CityBy
i The Arts" ; FRANCES B. PALMER
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This summer, beginning -
: 'A b t4't4 Saturday, June 22, the Fine FAMU GRADUATABGranvllle Miss Roberts is the daughterof
M Arts Conservatory will hold Its Wilfred Mingo has Mrs. Mary Roberts and
in the 2nd Lt. in Roberts.
3rd annual "Summer been comlssloned a Roosevelt
f Arts" at its home, 615 NW 60th the Army upon graduationfrom The groom is the son of
St. ((757-1351)). As in the past, ROTC school in Talla- James Jackson of Washington,
? the faculty of gifted teachers hassee. He is being reassignedto D.C. Jackson is stationed herein
and artists from the local uni. Oklahoma from there he the Navy. After the cere-
t versities, high schools and private will go to Korea.Attending mony a reception was held at
studios will offer classesin I the graduationfrom the home of her grandmother.A .

... ................. ... ......... .............. mulc (piano and other instruments -' here were his parents, large number of relativesand
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and some animals is to provide and modern dance) as well as nald Mingo; his sister, Jacque- fair.
A PHILOSOPHIC LOOK food and other needs of man. classes for all the students in lyn Roberts and his grand-
AT LIFE Man, then, ought have some "How to enjoy and listen to mother, Mrs. Zerlina Reckley. Mrs. Ethel Whitehead, a faith-
useful purpose In life. Hopes, Music" and "How to read and ful member of Bethel AME
Here is mortal man engagedin dreams and aspirations which write Music," both classes offered WOMAN'S DAY AT BETHELOn Church of this city is very ill
various kinds and types of never materialize, simply because in a package for a 6-Sat- Sunday at Bethel AME at her daughter's residence in
activities; he is fitting together a heart beats ago a soul urday fee of $15, with the 7th Church, May 12 will observeits New Jersey. Friends and relatives
pieces of life. Whether or not entered minlfestatlon somehowIn Saturday given free. The Con. annual Woman's Day at 11 of this community wish
the results will Ho: or ought to the great somewhere. servatory teaches each Satur- o'clock. her a speedy recovery. To the
be a satisfying whole only fate Before man can understand day and week days (by appoint. The principal speaker will be friends who wish to send her
knows. Time can tell. Mean- life, be must understand him- ment during the season). All Mrs. Xina Mae Saunders, a get well cards may write to
while as each piece of t his self. To do this, he must know interested in taking advantageof teacher at Douglass High.A 1406 Hubert Terr., Teneck, N.J.
puzzle, life is put into place. more about nature and his en- this unusual summer musical program will be renderedon
Living becomes more or less vlnronment. Laws of "causes package should register Sunday night My: local tal- Alfred Whitehead left Sun.
gratifying.Self and effects" have to be compre- during May on Saturdays at ent. The public is invited to day to be at the bedside of his
destruction seems Inevi hended. The universe is to be the Fine Arts Conservatory. attend the well planned ser- wife, Mrs. Ethel Whitehead.
table. Because of the basic instinct evaluated. Minds must digest vices arid share with us in our
to survive man reflects Information about everything on Big Day. Mrs. Grace* Butler, Friends of Mrs. Sarah Neely
and reasons. Perhaps, the this planet. Man must go furth. tteneath: our noses. We see the chairman; Mrs. Winifred Allen, wish her a speedy recovery.
proper study of man is man. er still and study other planetsand part that would fit and look co-chairman; Rev. K. D. WhiteSr.
Yes, every moment we learn galaxies. When all this is over it. It takes perception to ., pastor.WEDDING.
more about life, about our- done, man might know the piece things together. Thoughwe ANDREWS JEWELERS'
selves, and about our fellow purpose of life and the deriva. may fall to see it, the correlation BELLS
man. tive of all living things.In of various parts of life Miss Paula R. Roberts and EXPERT WATCH AND
putting together a jigsaw remains COUSIN. Julius Jackson were marriedon CLOCK REPAIRS
Continuously is unveil.
more 40 Years In Business
ed about life. With each new puzzle, after a view of the Saturday April 27 In a
experience, man moves closerto parts is in the same way frus. double ring ceremony at the All work guaranteed
truth and self-realization. trating. One piece may seem unrelated NAACP Membership home of her grandmother, Mrs. 303 N.W. 2nd Ave.
Running into science, man has to the others. That'sthe Zerlina Reckley, 006 ThomasSt.
reasoned how a human is born. way life is. Life consists of Drive is now on! Rev. K. D. White Sr., per- FR 3-0152
parts, often hidden right formed the
Resting in religion, he finds es many ceremony.
cape from the problems at hand.
Yet, neither science nor relig.
ion can ''give a satisfactory an
swer as to why a human exists.A .

human is alive for a season,
then gives up the ghost. The
whole process Is similar to the FREEGIFTS !
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.

HAPPENINGS IN OUR SCHOOLS SATURDAY, MAY 4, 1963 PAGE! 15

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Awards Nathan PTA Family Night-Talent Wins Lily White IN AND AROUND THE BAHAMAS

Night'The Night at JESCAThe _
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Contest w F

Nathan Young PTA had staffs of the James E. .. His Lordship the Chief Jus- after Williams left, Mrs. Ferguson
its meeting on Monday night, Scott Community Center and "Y '01.. tice, In the Supreme Court discovered that her money
April 22. One of the main eventsof Poinclanna Park Dade \ " April 11, dismissed the application was gone, too; Go on with the
the evening was the presen- County ,] of Carlton Elisha Francisfor story.
tation of various awards. Park and Recreation Depart- 1 a Writ of Prohibition
Spelling Bee Awards for first ment combined forces in pre- 1I against the Board of Education.Mr. .
presented by Mrs. senting Family Night Tenant I Francis, former principalat George Washington Pyfromwas
Josephine D. Mackey Night along with the Housing Teachers' Training College, arrested at Rock Sound on
behalf
of the :Miami Herald on Authority of the James E. I who had some misunderstanding April 7 and was formally charged .
the following students: to Scott Community Association. with the Board, sought to with the murder of Geneva
Marion Seals, first grade' This exciting and impressive I prevent the Board from asking Gibson. The 23-year-old woman
Sharon Bridgewater, second program was greatly enjoyed I II the Governor to appoint n Com was found dead In bed at Deep
grade; Octavia Edwards, third by all the parents and children '," mittee of Enquiry Into charges Creek on April 5.
gr ade; Ralph Park, fourth who attended the affair Tuesday I II made against him.
grade Yolando night of this week at the I
trade,; aid Anflle Ruth Hardy, fifth James E. Scott Community Association The Chief Justice said, "It Is Jolly Friends ClubThe
Jones of
the sijrth grade. ,.7200 NW 22nd Ave. 1 1I the Impossible for the assistance of members of the Jolly
court be invoked
to to arrest -
Spelling.Dee Awards tor Friends Civic and Social Club
sec- The the
proceedings of
program was packed with an en
Mid and.third I worshipped at Mt.\
Hermon
prizes were also lots of fun, and it throbbed and quiry which has not yet taken
presented by Mrs. Josephine D; tingled with place." AME Church, Sunday, April
great vibration
:Mackey on behalf of the Nathan throughout the 28. The Rev. S. L. Gay, pastor,
evening.
Young faculty to the following Some main items preached from the text "Re
students: were: on grogram Josephine Williams was con- member Thy Creator in the
Barbara Miller and Jeffrey by William Community II. Slnglngled victed by a Supreme Court Jury Days of Thy Youth," it being
Kendrick, first grade Denise j Girls Tumbling, conducted Washington; on April 1 10 and was sent to Youth Day, the Junior choirs
Hines and Johnny Walker, sec- Mrs. Lillle Mae by _. .-," I prison for six months for steal- furnished delightful music.
ond grade; Ivan Bridgewater ,/ .oy wiuie_ Grooms!Montgomery ,; Boys'lumoiing. ..- .. ng 120.10 from 75-year-old Members\ enjoyed the services -
and Viola Middleton, third and the master of ceremon MAIlO.AItKTTE: J. ASIA Roxanna Ferguson Mrs. Ferguson to the highest, and after
grade; Larry( Caves and :Edward ies was Joe N. Holley, center . Oratorical Winner !: a native of Mason Bay, church, Mrs. Sarah Simpson, a
Ty.nes fifth grade:, and Yvonne director. Playing platters l Ackllns, lives In the Coconut member of the church and a
was
Johnson of the sixth grade. James CUrry for the square Margarette Jeanette Asia, Grove area of Nassau, where member of the club entertained
Salesmanship Awards were dancing. All of the family skills was second place winner In she owns property. She was on the club at her residence in
presented by Mrs. Hazel W. were unified in the common competition with 10 others In the way to tho Postal Savings Opa-lockn: with a delightful and
Matthews on behalf of the LaUra effort of making this night the annual oratorical contest Bank to deposit tho money lavish dinner.
a
Lee Cindy Co. to one of our night long worth remembering sponsored by the Lillle Whites when she met Williams who The members wish to say,
barents, Mrs Identified herself as n "cousin. "thank you" to both
Virginia Tresvant for all who were present. benefit Association. The association the pastor
for first prize, and to the following recently closed Its 28th The old woman bought some and members of the church
teachers: I Pictures were taken by Jack grand assembly In Miami\ fruit which Williams Insistedon and the hostess. '
Mr. Bennie L. Thomas. first Starr, staff photographer of the I I putting In her bag. Soon Mrs. II. Lewis, president.
prize; Mr. Anthony E. Simons, Dade County Park Recreation' She wishes to express her
second prize. Mr. Clifford D. Dept. Ed Shea, district super- thanks and appreciation to Clif
Dorsey, second prize, and Mrs. visor, was also on hand lending ford Matthews, history teacherat
Cythia S. Hawkins, third prize. his support.Junior North Dade Senior High i STAR MEAT MARKET
Mrs. Ethel Blocker presented leaders displaying School of which Charles Wycho
an award to Anthony E. Simons proudly their Junior Leader'sAid Is the principal and James Mitchell .
on behalf of the Tuberculosis Badges, served as refreshments for their help In prepar
Association for Outstanding cookies and punch. The ing her for the honors ihL 1520 N.W. 62nd Street

Services rendered to the Tuberculosis select group of young ladies Mnrcaretto Is a member of
Scout Association by' Boy also served as hosteses. Mt.\ Zion AMK Church, Lillie .a
Troop r
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White Lodge No. 181 and 10th
Mrs. The ended with
Josephine program
D. Mackey,
grader at North Dade
High
principal; Mrs. Hazel W. Mat- square dancing with parents THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE
thews, reporter. participating along with the The proud parents are Mr.
youngsters! and Mrs. Albert Asia of 1G525
NW' 22nd Avo
You Can Teach
Dugie's Guest HouseThe The second prize was $75. Fresh Meat-Low Prices
Your Baby to ReadFew The general title of the orations
house of clean rooms "A Place For Negro History In

magazine articles ever I Open 24 hours NE 4-3851 Our Schools.
written can actually changethe ---- -
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.

Sorority Chooses Business I PAGE' 16 SATURDAY, MAY 4, 1963

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Man, Woman and Student of Year .


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Gaw'' p \llphir-Chtrptef: Iota "Sihd'-Dade', .County h 1dren's] # r
Phi! Lambda Sorority, Inc, held Home; Kendal
rAR
Its annual Recognition Tea on Mrs. Muldrow Is also well HIEPINDCR
April 28 at the Northwest Cen known and appreciated by the
ter YWCA. Several persons girls of Walter H. BeckhamYouth ,
gathered to pay tribute to the Hall. Her present and :I
most gratifying project is pro-
three persons chosen td be re- viding girls of this Hall with
cipants of such sorors beauty tips and hair styles most DOUBLE DECK BAlt the get another engagement at the
becoming a teenager. 70th St. site, riot long ago (after Knight Beat, Her last three-day
. :: .. extending invites you) was weekend Was Well liked nfict'enjoyed
b Charles C. North was given 'forced to close due to fire. 'The . Regular'' visitor
the Business Man of the Year bar had its grand opening les- to this popular spot 'is Mr. and -
Award. Mr. North came to Miami terday under new managementand Mrs. John,. West Miller and
in 1924 and was associatedwith "9F ft y evening entertainment is Prince Farrington. Both are
I the Miami Times until !1 tagged to be the spot way out members of Miami Finest I !
r1 1940. He left Miami in 1940 for the city way ,.. 62nd St. Amer. Ellen Days and party had good
Norfolk, Va. and was employed ican Furniture and TV is about reasons to celebrate Sunday
by the Norfolk the only spot in, Liberty City evening. She was crowned
Guide Newspaper in that city where salesmen and personnelhave "Miss New Mt. Morlah'of '63."
until 1944. In 1945 he was employed grown with the business. She's prop of the popular
by the Washington Tri Walter Johnson and "Little Glamourama Beauty Salon on
bune In Washington, D.C. He 4 a ariW. Treetop" along With Harold 14th Ave
returned to Miami in 1948 and Burman have pleased l many Hi
P worked as a newspaper reporter ... here. This enterprise is locatedat
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1 r for the Miami Daily News --1' 62nd St. and 24th Ave HT. MAitV of die Mission
___ g # from 1950 to 1952. PATSY FERGUSON 1'BDROP Benefit Show at Gesu Recr6a\>
_ . Business Student of the Year tional Center, Friday, May 17,
In 1952 he opened North's IN ON Novel Criiz will feature outstanding professional
Travel Bureau, the first travel proud to have such honor as and Bose Fiddle, Man Kermit stars . .' Richmond
agency in the United States "Most Outstanding Student in Cooper cpmbo :at Mary Eliza- Hts. pioneer civic and, social
owned and staffed by Negroesto Field of Business Education beth Lounge over the' weekend club fifth anniversary dance at
be licensed and authorized J9G3" bestowed upon Patsy Ferguson Earl Nassau" Williams, Knight Beat May 29 . Sunday -
A by airlines, steamships and by the sorority, as wellas 2nd Ave. drummer and "Grits" is Tea Time for the Miami
buses to write and issue their placing third in the chapter's the mad tenor man are jumpingat Beautician Unit No. 7 at Dixie
tickets, stock confirm reserva- annual typing contest. the ,"Half Way Down Inn' Park audit . Affairs on tab:
MRS. MARION E. MULDROW tions and hold space on their enroute to the Florida Keys Dade County Lunch Room Association
. Business Woman of the YearA carriers. However, Patsy has received . The Remarkable Bobby Fashions Review May
several awards and honors. She 19 . The Links
Marshall is still doing a swell Spring Tea,
host of friends and acquaintances I has been named Miami Herald'sTop Job at Clyde Killen Knight May 25
Teen second attendant to
of Mrs. Marion Muldrowwere Beat singing and entertainingaside
"Miss North Dade" I
present to Join sorors of Typing from master of ceremony

Gamma Alpha Chapter Iota I Champion 19CO, regional con- duties. He's an old timer in ..........
.
Phi Lambda Sorority in honor testant to Facit typing contest show business and a land markat It's ........
ing her as Business Womanof 1902, awards for Best Operatorof '
I Clyde's hangout.
19-SAFETY-3
the Year. the Remington Oltvett Cal- I'll
culator and has received
a ......... Florida
in
Mrs. Muldrow owns and open scholarship-aid to Barber Scotia -! RUTH BROWN really should
ates one of the city's most up-, College Patsy also holds' . .
to-date beauty shops. She enter- honors for major and minor - It
ed into this profession in 1937. 'roles in drama.
Mrs. Muldrow holds two diplomas I
from National Instituteof Patsy is very active in school CLINIC
JET TV
Cosmetology, one !in pre- 61v s, activities. She played leading I
scribed courses and one in post- parts in dramatics, particular
graduate courses earning a CHARLES C. NORTH Iv 'Medea" and "The Miracle
'master's ,degree, in same. . Business Man of the YearA I Worker." Her special interestsare HOME SERVICE CALLS $1.00
needlecraft, sewing and
I : The honoree held the position few of the many civic organizations piano. She is secretary of PAM Day or Night
;I of financial secretary of that Mr. North Club, 'secretary of Thespian
Beauticians Unit No. 7 for 23 holds active positions in are: Troupe 2133, secretary of the We Service All Make of
years and was president for '13 Committee on Child Welfare and Boy and Girl Counselors and a ?
years. Mrs. Muldrow has work- Adoption, Coordinator for the 10G3 Debutante. HI-FI's and STEREOSWe
ed untiringly for six years as Heart Fund Drive in North-
chairman of NAACP Membership west Miami, treasurer of the Although' being active in Also Rent
) Drive, !is a board memberof Inter-American Eociety of Travel school and community activi-
Dade County Young Democrats Agents, Public Relations ties Patsy has maintained an TV by the week or Month
parliamentarian of Ur- advisor to Bonded Rental: Agency over all honor average of 2.8
ban League, secretary of Inter member of the racially Integrated since 9th grade.NAACP .
racial Mothers' Club, basileus of Citizens Committee, 907 N.W. 2nd AVENUEPhone
lower east coast., Theta Nu Sigma trustee of Atlas Lodge No. 308
I Sorority. She has devoted IBPOEW and Ways and Means MembershipDrive
many, many hours to such pro-. Committee of the Florida State FR 4.2044
jects as Variety Children's Hospital Association of Elks.
Dade County is now on!
TUberculos.1
is Association, North Dade Senior High is

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