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Title: Miami Times
Uniform Title: Miami Times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: May 11, 1963
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Volume ID: VID00701
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Times are Changed and we are Changed With Them



I Classroom Teachers Ass'n integrates Bias in JoIn (f'i'ai in

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Letters .mailed last Fri administrators, who would not : good thing," and predicted that '
day. to all Negro teachers in be eligible for CTA, and t h el, Negro teachers will Join in Florida ," ,:.
the county systemby property and other assets own- large numbers. '

Dade County Classroom ed by the Negro group compli- The' merger should give "' ...,.. V
Teachers Association Inviting cated the situation. DCTA strength and power to the as- ONLY 10% GETOPPORTUNITIES ret7mTfi-- g "act but condemn
the all- Emanuel Fryar Jr., racial
them to Join previously I policies "which foster
action is "a sociation.
White org t1t aUOt1. president, said the segregation and also continue

Pat L Tornillo Jr., CTA president to that promote the kitchen the antiquated is the only idea

"long, overdue"hailed the and action observed as Inh Room Seen in, Building Trade I the The NAACP Washington reported bureau this weekto of place for colored wage earners." +
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that it was the first of its --- --- V Perkins Is chairman of
a congressional subcommittee
In, Florida. CONSTRUCTION OP 000 said appraisers and surveyors I that only about 10 per cent of education subcommittee of the
HOUSING UNITS TO BEGININ working on the low-rent hous federal House Committee on' labor and '
"It was just: inconceivable to I retraining opportunities
,hiany CTA members that we SEPT ing program here, will file their In four Southern states Education. 'I I
reports In two weeks. Mitchell said that Informal
an -
including Florida offered
are being
could be proceeding with with school Construction will start In This, he added, will open the to Negroes and they can- check of the four states:
integration, integrated
September on a multimllllon to site acquisition In an
way showed nearly 2,000 retraining'
get training only in menial
and haVe
,facilities still
dollar public housing projectfor area bounded by NW 17th and tasks. opportunities, with less! / than
ed organizations, he said. families displaced by expressway 27th Aves., and 4Gth and 75th The report said that the federal 200 for Negroes: that "Colored
rated organizations," he said. and urban renewal Sts.Nine manpower development persons are being trained as
conducted by members of both programs, the Miami Housing hundred units will be I and training program in Ala- chambermaids, shirt pressers,
groups early this year, the merger Authority reported this week. constructed to provide new bama, Florida, Georgia and service station attendants,
was overwhelmingly favored One and two-story apartmentsand apartments for persons dis- South Carolina is being operated waiters and waitresses.; On the
duplexes will be built, providing placed by the North-South Expressway on a strictly segregated basis. other hand; training given to
extensive employmentin and the planned urban white persons Includes electronics
The letter was drafted ands the construction trades., ''renewal program in the central Clarence Mitchell, bureau director sheet-metal welding and
t1t after "the CPA delegrates Hale Sofge, authority'director, Negro district. I- / wrote Rep Carl D. Per. stenography."
kins '(D., !{ ) that the NAACP
assembly approved the procedure . Y. Mitchell urged the Perkins
supports thn general aims of '
Tornillo said. committee to investigate and

The CTA president said that Mays High Student Wins manpower development and do something, about the situa
since the all-white organization tion.
barred Negroes only by "cus ,
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,tom and tradition," and not by Silver Knight AwardLee
formal regulation, the simplest
solution was to offer member- ALABAMA.,
Drown talented student work the of Miami I
nt University
ship to all Negro:teachers.The from Mays High in Goulds, and at Virginia State College.He A doubtful I peace hung over
CTA's membership Includes won the coveted Silver Knight is a licensed shortwave ra the "NtHfMom city of IHrmlng
not only teachers, but award for science in the Miami dio operator, a senior lifeguard hnm, A In. Filday morning anI
I Herald's fifth annual county- and an accomplished bassist. the I n odd r K"'iIy watched forIcvrlopincntM w1 A
wide scholarship program. ( In the touchy JI(' yQ! r) I
Winning honorable mention gotiatiniiN to bring a I peaceful
: The 17-year-old Lee has won were four other students from "settlement, (Co biggest civil
numerous prizes in science at Negro high schools: Charles W. right fight In the country'
: the county, state .and national Lee, Mays, athletics; Catherine history.
levels.! ;'IlQjHiters Notre Dame Allen, Hooker T. Washington, ))1'. Martin Luther King hail
University'in the" fairWpurBue Journalism; Clarence II. Culler, made n deal with Ito local
a course in .cither engineering Hooker T. Washington, and Les- neisNiuen' for certain /
or medicine. sie Lee Haynes, Mays, Speech hut :Mayor Houtnell anil 1// Y SM A+ rFwr

Lee, has, done college level I and drama. Connor tv+m't go along. I

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J National Hospital Week .

There's A New Image At Christian HospitalNational N4 ,r

Hospital Week begins State of Florida. Congratulations also to P. S.
Sunday, May 12 through Dr. W. A. Chapman Jr., Polonko, administrator, who Engagement
May 18. chairman of the board of trus- has worked diligently to diminish
In commemoration of this tees, and the board members, the financial difficultiesof Announced N
event,- ,Christian Hospital will Dr, J. E. Hogan Judge Hen the hospital, re-establish '
., have "Open House" Sunday, derson, Garth C. Reeves, Joseph good service to the public, and :Mr. and Mrs.. William Hamilton
May 12 from 2 to 5 p.m.. During McClelland, Iter. Edward T. with his, expert knowledge of Sr., 2104 NW 72nd,St. an-
these hours the public is Graham, Atty. Mark Marks, hospital administration, elevate flounce the engagement of their M
invited to see the/'many Improvements Mrs. Susan Harris, R.N., Miss the over all standards of Chris- daughter, Constance Joan to
in service, equip Grace HIggs, R.N.t.Steve Mc- tian helping to bring about the Earnest J. Flunroy, eon of Mr.
Mrs Beatrice Torres Reaves, ment building and .hew appear. Crimmon, L. L. Brooks, Leo "new image." and Mrs. Theodore Flunroy.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce ance of the grounds surrounding \ Robinson, Charles Lockhartand Constance )s a graduate of
Torres of'. 3010 NW 50th St., the hospital. The last year Mrs Ida Radcliffe, are to The Nursing Service Person Miami Northwestern High,
received her B. S. degree in has been one of, progress and be congratulated for the remarkable nel, as well as the Department class of '02. Earnest is a graduate
pharmacy: from Florida A and financial stabilisation which accomplishments Heads will be on hand to escort at Florida A and M University -
M University on April 20. Mrs. you, the public, are responsiblefor which have brought altout this you through the hospital and The couple plan to
Reaves is a 1058 graduate of because of your patronageof new image of Christian hospital answer further their studies at tho
Northwestern High School and this fine institution which is any questions. Refresh- University of Miami.. An early
the wife of Theodore' Reaves. the only one of its kind in the ments will be served. summer wedding Is planned.are .


LESS THAN '1%'"rARE ... We askod him about' the ncl from Joining the NAACP.In Act, a law which prohibits members.
drive in Miami anrf what he fact, the man said that he Federal Employes from parti- "The Interesting thing about
MEMBERSAn found to Ije'the"' roblems. Mr. ttellevcd that those teachers ticipatlng in Partisan Political this whole question is," he commented i
Saunders, a broad shouldered who stated that there was such organizations, was also a bar "that our campaign
exclusive for the 'readers 'man who has been on the national a policy, were simply using rier to NAACP membership. workers are reporting what
r of the Miaratx-Ttmes ,was obtain* ,.staff of NAACP for 11 this as an excuse to keep from school personnel have said. This
ed this week when ,a reporter years ,'had this to say: Joining the association" Saunders NAACP NOT' POI ITICAL gives a serious impression in
talked with R. 'W> Saunders, t ."I found that in talking with said. Saunders, stated: that the : the, community that ,something
NAACP field secretary. for .many 'of the teachers and principals In answer to our question NAACP was not a political on : I la. wrong, either there is. press-
Florida< who is here to help in Dade County, that about the recent U. S. Supreme ganlzatlon nor did endorwe- sure on the teachers pot to sup- '
run the 1963 Membership .Drive- there was a fear that member- Court decision which cleared candidates. 'Therefore, we 'do port the association that has
for Dade County. ship i in the NAACP could result Father Theodore R. Gibson, not come within the sphere of done more for their profession
of the: problems facing In Job loss. I couldn't believe Saunders said that "the decision the Hatch Act. economically, or they are not
the Many NAACP were discussed and that, the Dade County makes it clear that free- Negroes working for city and aware of the fact that every '
:Mr. Saunders made It clear School Board 'would dare pass dom of association cannot be state governments need to belong Negro needs NAACP no mat
that the most depressing problem such a policy since this would depressed by those wbo may to the NAACP because ter where he works or how
is that of 'getting Negroesto I be a direct denial of a Const disagree with an onganlzatlon or many of the Jobs they hold much he earns." :
Join I the* ociatlon. tutional Right, 'Fr",edom' of asuociatlon. person who espouses a legiti have been ma possible because The'Interview covered great
rfhe NAACP'lfcs'iHe'Wwestdues .' *7 p mate and Constitutional cause. ,of NAACP pressure.." area of. NAACP accomplish'
of organization and SCHOOL BOARD APPROVE"I This, he stated, "If'' more reason - When asked how many of the ments especially in Florida, but
does more any for the Negro's physical went:directly ,to,one of the for all Negroes to supportthe I teachers in Dade County were the most. interesting was the .
welfare than any other organization top officials of ,the school NAACP by Joining." presently NAACP members, he revelation that Saunders feels
,yet", .-h* slated board' and posed the question He mentioned the fact that replied that a correct guess, the question of membership is
"there are a great: many who to him, ,Saunders 'said, "his some employees of city and would place the percentage below being'clearedup and the drive
either 'don't know or don't care replywas that there is no poll. county government were laboring one per cent of the total will be a success.
about_ their freedom enough to cy, either written or unwritten, under the false conclusion ,, number now employed. Only 'The fear of the Johns Con>
,invest $ .00 a year," Jie said. which prohibits school ,person that the Federal Hatch six, teachers mlttcc has .."'ho>eald.

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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. Toki Schalk Emcees Debutante Ball


S. Johnson, women's editor . filled the spacious home as the debs' mother, who entering,
of the Pittsburgh Courier, Told mingled freely among walked proudly with the father -
Chatter That MattersTHE -:" flew to Miami last weekend for the guests of Delta chatting Informally to their respective seats as
the express purpose of present- sipping punch from the debs glided down the ball
ng the IOCS Debutantes at the the silver punch bowl, and room floor with their escorts.
annual ball 'given by the alum- partaking of the delicious repast As
Delta usual the Cotillion was
nae chapter of Sigma
MIAMI ALUMNI chap- of this city.BLANCHE. Theta danced graciously to the sweat
ter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Sorority. While in the city, Mrs. John- music of Russ Gilboa and his
presented more than 70 CALLOWAY is son was the house guest of the orchestra.The .
young women members of still aglow over having her Robbie (Hazel) Wrights of large stage was laden
graduating classes of public brother, Cab, and his family "The Wright Happiness" at with long stemmed red
and parochial schools of Dade down for their spring vacation. their well appointed home.Miami's and row after row of miscellaneous roses-
County at their 14th annual Many courtesies were extended flowers, in a
"social swim" wit- medley
Debutante Cotillion In Bay- the nationally known Callo of arrangement to please the
front Park auditorium on Fri way family by his sister and nessed the increasingly lovely aesthetic eye.
day, May 3. The girls, beauti- her many friends.Congratulations. debutante ball where 71 sweet
girls to graduate bowed Surely a gala. time was had
fully gowned: in bouffant white by all.
most graciously to society
to the Nel-
dresses elbow
and length gloves the arms of their proud fathers, Sorors Gussie Johnson Er-
carried colonial son Adams' as they bask in
bouquets of win
and Valencia
godfathers or near of kin. Williams
red carnations tied the honor of their daughter,
as chairman
atA kR+,2 z
: k' and
shower of red ribbon. A single Scevia, a Tuskegee senior, who '' t tr They were met near the entrance chairman. Soror Dorothy co-
strand of pearls and small pearl was recently elected an attendant of the ball room by. Maxwell Is president of the R
earrings were their only jewel. to Miss. Tuskegee. their escorts who waited with I local chapter
ry. The dells were introducedby
Toki Schalk Johnson, decutrer OUR SINCERE sympathy to
and renowned columnist of Mildred Espy whose father Benefit
Gamma Rho Dance
the Pittsburgh Courier, herself passed in this city last week; Sigma For
a Delta soror.Beautiful to Albert Glen Kelly and family Variety HospitalThe
flowers, gifts for in the death of his wife Hen- To Sponsor ClinicThe
the debs, formed the backgroundof rietta on Sunday night Variety Children's Hospital
decorations for the occasion. r* Gamma Delta Sigma will sponsor a benefit
The Cotillion BIRTHDAY greetings and dance for the
was the culmination hospital's -

of approximately eight best wishes W. Williams to: Delma III, Rosetta Ward, ,............. ... .. ...: . 'lIP,"'",,-'- chapter Sorority of will Sigma sponsor Gamma its first Rho fund on Saturday night
weeks of activities for the Joseph May 18, 8 p.m. until midnightat
girls which included a Span Vickers, Marina Adderly, Ruth Toki, as she is affectionatelycalled annual guidance clinic, Satur- the Carver Branch YMCA,
18 from four
day, May seven
ish ballet; visits to Viscaya, Bethel, Wyman Daniels, by friends has received NW 58th St. and NW 15th Ave.
o'clock the G. W. Car-
p.m. at
Forbes, Marion S. Floyd, Maggie -
the Fairchild During intermission
Gardens and the there
first honors in journalIsm
many Branch YMCA The theme
Gibson, Victoria Higffs, ver ,
Lowe Art Galleries will be a Chinese Auction.Don't .
and short
; a story writing.
for this occasion is: "Youth In
Henry McKinney, Mable I
school and fashion show for miss this! Everything
debs and escorts. As well as Roberts, Avery and D'I Long time friend of the Jim a Changing World. will be auctioned for a priceof
other activities some of which Nairn. Matilda J. Crawford Johnson, (Maude) Reids, she was enter- The moderator is Mrs. Cynthia 5c. Anyone holding the lucky
included their parents. dred Espy, Alma tained by them at the exclu- McKenzie, instructor at ticket will get one of the many
Mrs. Angela Willis.. sive Play Boy Club, Miami Dunbar Elementary School valuable door prizes free. Refreshments
Gussie Irvin served as Beach. available. Music by
chairman of the 1903 Cotillion THE FABULOUS Fontaln- The panelists are Mrs. Hazel the Blue Noters. Tax-deductible
with Mrs. Valencia Williams as I hleau Hotel was headquartersfor Following the Debutante: Bohannon, guidance counselor, donation for this benefit is only
her co-chairman. Mesdames the 8th Annual Conventionof Ball Toki, who is also a Delta, Mays High School, James $1.00. M18
Carrie Davis and Helen Jackson the International Reading was honored at an after partyat Whitehead; executive secretaryof
Davis coached the dancers for Association which met on Miami the beautiful home of Dr. the UrMan League Mrs.
the cotillion, one of the high Beach May 14. The theme and Mrs. G. W. (Alice) Haw- Grace Calloway, instructor of Mrs. Susan Williams, librarian,
lights of the 'ball. Mrs. Dorothy was, 'Reading as an Intellectual kins by the local chapter. A Brownsville Junior High; Atty. Bethune Elementary School.
R. Maxwell 1 1. local Delta chapter. Following known educators were in attendance I
the ball Delta sorors enter- at this convention.
tained' for Soror Johnson at *
the home of Soror Alice] HawKins. A SALUTE TO :MOTHERS! Y

On Sunday, May 12 Mothers'
--- Day, we should pay homageto
INVITES have been received that person who Is or has
for Kappa Alnha Psi Fratern. been nearest and dearest to us
ity's annual Black and White -our mother. I share with you
Hall which will be held tonight some of the many things that "g f
in Bavfront Park auditorium. have been said about mothers:
The affair Is formal and mem- 'Mother Is the name for God
tiers request adherence to the on the lips and In the heartsof 1JV
traditional black and white attire little children."
"A mother Is a woman who
.-* runs a temperature of 103
everytlme her child's temperature -
GET WELL wishes to: Mrs. hits 100. V '
Ella Mae Rolle, Ona-locka nurse "God could not Ue every ( CgS&S
who f fq m? In Cedars of Lebanon where, so he made mothers."
Hospital. "No man is really old until
his mother stops worrying \
RECOGNTTTON was given to about him""Hundreds ,
several nar1 :?:hloners of Christ of stars In the sky
Jnlcconnl: l Church by St. The- Hundreds of shells on the
rp I'I'R' Guild of that church at shore together .'...
their Prp-Mother's Day Tea on Hundreds of birds that go sing. ', '.,.-"
1 last.::: Sunday. Among those re- ing by N ,- ,
r'''tvin' "n1"nrq" were MrR. LouicPTn1nr '::: Hundreds of bees In the sunny 4 nMf
Bother of the year, who weather
hOlct o* "having' 39 children, 45 Hundreds of dewdrops to greet f 1
grand children"" and 26 creat the dawnHundreds I
nrnnri children: Mr5... LauratVPctherrv I of lamb in the purple :'
::: for her untiring' clover I
corvtr' as church nrcranl:! Mrs. Hundreds of butterflies on the
>,rf.fp. Russell; mother of Father lawn
Thpodore R. GH nn In honorof But only one mother the wide ONARpM A
her Ron's,: efforts In civil world over" ? w
rlcht' The :young people of Y t R
the church school were partioin .
nts:! on the procram.: Mrs. P
Veronica' Davl l ICII chairman of
St. Theresa's Guild.
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School J is the only Negro chap-
prone for a croup of Dad e
County students attending a SERVICE
Junior' Red Cross Conference r
In Philadelphia. William Pinder, Sr.
Professional Piano Tuner

FRIENDS OF Marie Mackey, And'' Repairer !
who is now a resident'of Win 1935 N.W. 153rd St.
chester. N.Y are happy to see ,,' As modem as '
Opa-locka ; The lively NEW LOOK in gifts is electric
her back home. She Is visitingher ,
aunt, Mrs. Ellen Wallace Phone MU 8.3770 Tomorrow. Always in good taste.So practical.,. .BO preferred

,':' . so appreciated. They keep on giving a "helping hand"

.emu' for years. See the wonderful selection at your favorite store. ;.

And for that special occasion,make it a treasured surprise..

like an electric dishwasher, or clothes dryer, or>new iiameb ee9
1520 N.W. 62nd Street
electric range. What could'be nicer?

-tiw ago/ila ) &/4 :

."* .> 4n cta S ...AN* OIrr 01 wNe, TOO

'Fresh Meat-Low Prices F LOR IDA'. POW" 'HeLPINQTHE E R IlU/LD& LIGHT FLORIDA I CONI.PA,. tN. Y?i.. ft:

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1 Murder Case Attorneys Accused
i I MAY 11, 1963 PAGE 3

By not correcting misdated I ed murdered Leroy McIntosh, I cution for the hearing Monday
subpenas, attorneys for the replied, "Our duty is to o u r instead of Tuesday. Senators Attack Use
defendent In murder trial and client, not to helping the
the prosecution's two key wit- state's case." Pellar and Rifas said they
nesses were accused Tuesdayof The hearing was continued to advised the witnesses to appearon
"committing. technical 2 p.m. Thursday by Peace Jus- Monday, but not to returnto
fraud. tice Ralph Ferguson. The 30- court Tuesday. Of Dogs! On NegroesTwo

Assistant State Attorney Al year-old McIntosh has been Judge Ferguson, In continu- ....... .....
gepe said, "As attorneys, theyare held In jail: since March; 2. A ing the case, said the misdated
officers of the court and hearing on April 29 was continued I i subpena was "simple negligenceon U. S. senators 'Monday has also been dragging its feet.
they should have Instructedthe to give him time to geta the part of a clerk in my attacked the use of dogs and I
witnesses to be here todayor lawyer. office" hoses on Negro demonstratorsIn "The use of dogs against hu
at least to have called the Leroy's brother, Ralph, and Birmingham, Ala., as an"outrage" man beings, fellow citizens not
state attorney's office." Ralph's girl-friend. Lillian Represented by the same attorneys and a "spectacle of charged with any serious crime
Earl Rlfas, defense attorney Smith the two witnesses Ralph was freed las racial l/igotry," sure to be capitalized against the government, or
with Richard Pellar for -: week of first degree murder in oh by the Communists.In their fellow men Just the seek-
accus- the
were subpenaed by
prose-i the same case. ing of their constitutional
I I a Senate speech, Sen. John rights as citizens, and equal
Sherman Cooper (R., Ky.) treatment under the law as
I; Dr. Honored I charged that both political par- human beings, is reprehensible -
Braynon By Omegas EmancipationProclamation ties, with the exception of a ," said Cooper.In .
few leaders, "are paying lip service -
Dr. Edward J. Braynon was members of Sigma Alpha Chap. Stamp to the cause of civil rights" a statement prepared to
honored by the Sigma Alpha ter for his many achievementsin be delivered before th Senate, .
I, Chapter, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity our community as well as Cooper said that the Ken- Sen. Wayne Moss (D., Ore.)
for his meritorious ser- for the handling of fraternity President Kennedy on May 1 nedy administration had failed called on the Justice! Depart-
vices and dedication to this affairs while serving as Uasilgus unveiled the design of an to seek needed" statutory auth- ment to "reexamine Its legal
;;, fraternity and especially to the of the chapter. He was pre- Emancipation Proclamation ority, but the Republican Party weapons" in these cases. If it
local chapter.Dr. sented by the chapter a large commemorative postage stamp falls to act, or is not
that marks the 100th
plaque containing the gavel of President anniver-. the courts, "then It should seek
of Lincoln's
Braynon first
entered the sary executive
leadership for his meritorious whatever legislation Is
Savannah Ga. Gets necessary ,
fraternity at Fisk University services. action that brought ,
; and continued to be active while freedom to three million Negro to empower it to act."
enrolled in the School of Dentistry _.- slaves. Negro Firemen

at Howard University. Welfare The new stamp will first be SAVANNAH, Ga. Six Negro Beautiful Home MI
\ After serving in the Armed System firemen have reported for on
Forces, he returned to Miami Issued; in Chicago next August
with the lot
duty Savannah Fire
10, of the
opening day Centuryof
where he set up private prac- EncouragesDishonesty Department.The .
tice and began to re-dedicate Negro Progress ExpositionIn
six first firemen
himself and the local chapter andDependency that city. hired by the city, were accepted 1t uv Unu
to the cardinal principles of, In a proclamation calling for after taking examinationsIn ..-.-
the fraternity. national observance of the centennial .
March. The has Sta
Mr. Kennedy had ear city allotted tyOomplete
. The redevelopment of this The American welfare Her noted that "the goal of them.$10,000 to provide quarters for
tl group was not an easy task, system equal rights for all our citizensis
for the activities' a growing encourages ,dishonesty and dependency still unreached and the securing -
city offered other avenues In and penalizes initiative of these rights is one of BROWNSVILLE
t conflict to the the Saturday Evening the great unfinished tasks of CORPORATIONI llnlltllng ttanrtr
the organization. However, Post charges In the current Is- our democracy." I'LANNINO.
l after five years as baslleus oj sue. will buY' your lot. I will
Sigma Alpha Georg Olden of New York finance BUILDING
Chapter the mem mortgage. Do
Reforms small City, designer of the stamp, FINANCING
bers are exceptionally proud of are "pitifully ,
not give home if
the many achievements under according to the Post story by was: present as Mr. Kennedyand your up Your New Home
the leadership of Dr. E. J. Bray Lois Chevalier. Legislators nre Postmaster General J. Edward you have paid enough equity
more willing to finance welfare Day drew aside the in it. We will finance it. Call NO DOWN
non.T investigations than reforms drapes to display an immuml NE 3.3198 691-5851. Call
his chapter can say with and cling to the belief that hated color reproduction of the PAYMENT
that stricter new stamp. Mr. Olden U the or see J. H. Barkley.
pride it now is participating enforcement will he Over Twenty Yours or
In every project of the responsible for "cleaning up first of his race to design a 3095 NW 52nd
national organization and con- the welfare mess!' ," she added. U. S. 1 postage stamp. lie is vice. St.Indf Construction Erferlence
tributes annually toward the Stating that the 'only way to president of the New York advertising
support of the NAACP and get people off relief l h! to get firm of McCann-I Guaranteed B U fnctJon

While other civic organizations. them working," Miss Chevalier Erikson. 1f L E Lid L3 7aoa
serving as baslleus, Dr. said present rules also provoke Also participating In the
Braynon has initiated projectsto cheating. Often, she pointed ceremony In the President's office ANDREWS JEWELERS' (!)((3ffi 4
aid needy families ,during out, clients! are financially better was Uerl I. Bernard, staff KXPKHT. WATCH AND
the Christmas holiday: and continued off by not working than director of the Commission on CLOCK KKI'AIRS
the development of a having wages deducted from Civil Rights. 40 Yrnrfl In Dunlnemi' PL 1-3604
program which has offered five their welfare allowance.
scholarship aid awards to high The 5-cent Emancipation All work guaranteed 888 N.E. 79th St. '
school graduates, "The largest group of wel- Proclamation commemorativestamp 303 2nd
usually a stu- N.W. Ave.
fare clients flanked by 1803-1003" ,
dent from each of the five are mothers with ,
schools in Dade.Therefore high children who receive money a massive black chain, placed FR 3-0152
under the Aid to Dependent against a blue background. The
it was with pride Children program. And today's inscription "United States" In
and appreciation that Dr. Edward welfare child becomes tomor- red appears top center of the
Braynon be cited by theAUTO row's welfare adult, pauperized stamp, flanked by "18G3-1D63"
and helpless," Miss Cheva and "5) cents" in blue. At the
Her concluded In the Post bottom also in blue Is "Eman
article. cipatlon Proclamation."
'Ihdh c r

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4. SATURDAY, MAY 11, 196 can and William Hargrave Mrs..;Emma Sweating
The Ven. John B. Culmer, rector of SL Agnes '
Church, who has been in the Diocese 'for 44 years, trtddehis Top ,NAACP Drive '

final report and received a standing and i" 16ng d "The .,1963 Membership gainBaign .

applause. for NAACt ih bad.g
The Rev. Theodore Gibson, rector of Christ ChUrchl Caurity: ''is moving .ahead with
Coconut Grove, addressed the cOhventtoh bn the CUbitii full 'steam' a spokesman for
out that the statement the NAACP said this week.
situation in Miami, He pointed Particular l mention
II. K. BIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher growing out of a congressional l hearing on the Cuban to ,.Mrs. Emma Sweeting was given, a
GARTH O. REEVES, Managing EditorMember refugee problem that Miami was_sitting on a'powder keg campaign worker in the Miami
which is about to explode because, of friction between Division who became the tonworker
of the Associated Negro Press not cQrr ct.'There is ten- for the week by reporting -
is no
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association Negroes and the refugees I the highest number of 1
RATES sion and conflict between the Negro and ..the Cuban refugees memberships.Fr. .

ONE VICAR $ .oo 8UH8CRIPTION- SIX MONTHS $8.00 FOREIGN f 0.00 said Fr. Gibson. He was loudly applauded. Theodore R Gibson, cam
paign 'chairman and
Entered: as Second ClaM Matter, August 0, 1027, at the Post Olfic president, although flet branch{.
at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 3, 1870Main able' -for any of the many
1.O421 Secretary Of Commerce to awards be given by the branch,
Office at 0740 N.W. 15th Avenue-Phone OX Is setting the pace for all cam-
fbwitvh at 1112 N.W. Third Ave., Miami Florida-Phone FR 8223Q
paign workers. Fr. Gibson has
"CllKDO OF TIIK NEGRO PRESS" Sneak for Red Cross Here reported more than a hundred -
THE NE RO PRESS believe that America eon best lea the world memberships thus far In
from racial and national Antagonisms when It accords to every man Luther H. Hodges, United teers and their services to the the: drive.
regardless of race, color or creed, his human and legal rights. Hating States Secretary of Commerce, community. One hundred and Other top workers are Mrs.
the Press strives to help every man Sarah Pullom of the
1 io man fearing no iruin- Negro Liberty
the in
In the firm belief that all men are hurt as long as anyone Is heM will be the guest speaker at twenty-two volunteers the City Division\ who has made
back. Annual Red Cross meeting on Dade County Chapter have the second highest report. Mrs.
May 17. The event will We a earned pins for five to twenty- Bessie, Lee Brunt, co-dlvlslon
dinner at 7 p.m. at the Ever- five' years service this past..year leader for the. Opa.locka OJui' ,
THE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKYe glades Hotel. Senator Spes- which total one thousand yearsof North Miami Beach and New
I sard Holland will fly down on community service to D Ade. Liberty City Division also Is
Editor returned on Monday morning from a special visit from Washingtonto Awards earned, in the past.year standing high in the campaign
introduce Secretary Hodges total 10000 hours.M. Atty.; James Matthews Is her .
Bahamas. Traveling with my : coworker
visit to Nassau of being
weekend who has the reputation
In that division
the North Travel Bureau we of Washington's most E. Ellis, chairman of the
North of one
nephew, Charles talented board, who will preside over n 'W. Saunders, NAACP th 1dsecretary
afternoon speakers.The
left by the ss cruise ship Florida, Friday the meeting will pay tribute to and Miss Blanche,Gal s
'in somewhat rainy weather. The trip was just a little program. sponsored by the'*volunteers. loway, who is working as Coordinator -
destinations Fred H. IMllups, chairman of Reservations for the Annual for the drive
reached reported :
in the gulfstream, but we -
'rough the annual and his
Dinner must be received at '.that all divisions are really
a.m. Saturday on schedule. committee will include the customary Red Cross Headquarters, 5020 beginning to move at a rapidpace.
It was more of a business trip for North, but pleasure election of new board Biscayne Blvd., before :May 14> Saunders said that many
visit for me as I wanted to meet my new sister-in-law, the members this year's, and Red the Cross recognitionof volun- A crowd of over 600 guests is of the churches are now reporting

wife of brother Cleveland, who returned. from England anticipated. ,
after an absence from the colony of 18 months. r

For convenience we rented a U-drive-it oar for our I

two-day stay, and ,though the time was short, we really g4' & Miami a,Students, "Earning Their Way"Velyquletly

enjoyed Nassau. Of course North 'was the chauffeur.We : and without the, after school during the week,
but changed our I
living ship,
had planned on, customary blare of ballyhoo acid on Saturdays and Sundays
mind's winding up at Olive's Guest House, George Not- and publicity which usually I toot knocking on doors asking
tage. proprietor. This isra', nice place and pretty well r. : preceedes a' community cam- readers of the Miami Times to
Ialgn-several of Miami s senior write up an order with them
known. too
are good I
high, school students
began that will bring the paper to the
The Nottages own a grocery and sundry store across working on a project that ultimately home, rregularly each week,
the street from the guest house, also other real estate. K,' will carry them to a col. rain or shine.In .
Enjoying their vacation at the guest house were Mr. >k 1k lege, degree
{ addition the cash arrange-
:and Mrs. Eden Ferguson of Miami who were married The project Is the Miami ment, ,many fine prizes will b 0
last November, Mrs. Ferguson was the former Mamie Times-Christian Hospital Scholarship awarded to the outstanding go-
Strother, a retired Dade County teacher. They expect to program In which the getters. A wrist watch will be
student takes orders for home /given to each student who
return to Miami next week. Adjacent to the guest houseis
delivery of the Miami Times reaches scholarship level, along
the Wesleyan Church under Rev. Edwin Taylor. We and receives a cash allotment' with a complete head-to-foot
had a very interesting chat with him. which is credited to his account i,,outfit for campus wear.
On usual Ye at St. in the scholarship fund. The ' '
Sunday worshipped
as Christian Hospital also 'receivesa : Student Interested In joln-
Matthew's Church, the Rev Addington Johnson, rector. like amount which helps toy'Ing", the project and earning
Fr. Johnson's brother, the Rev. Wallop]] Johnson, now of (a xo.H.. WASHINGTON, keep their equipment fund up'''their own tuition may call FR
Barbados, is visiting the family in Nassau.At to par. 3.2236 for information or report
Imperial) potentate, Prince Hall The Miami Times, which is fat:person at 10 a.m. sharp on
St. Matthews, It goes without saying, that many Shrliirrs, announced In Chicago turning over to this project any ..Saturdays to 815 NW 48th St.,
old friends greeted, us. on eve of his departure for Baltimore profits derived from the campaign ;'.
Also had a chat with Fr. Wellington Cooper, former where he nddrrsned! annual has the' responsibility of '
missionary Grand Masters conference, mailing to its subscribers the Spend $2 for freedom
:Margaret's priest'Church, who. is rector St. George and St. May 16, n donation by the weekly issues that follow. t
Shrlncrs of $5,000:' to the National At the moment about 40
It was nice seeing some old friends who have not Jewish Hospital In Denver youths are In the field,' working Join NAACP!
been in good health Mr. and Mrs. Sam McPherson. Washington, former member -
Sam is as interesting a conversationalist as ever. of the United' States' delegation -
William Strachan, ago because of a stroke, is still holding on. Willie was Slirlnet'H have now contributeda SCHOLARSHIP. PROJECT \'
one of the total of the Denver ,
outstanding workmen at the Nassau Guardian. $10,000 to J I.
We have always been good, friends. He was pleased to see medical institution.-ANP. 815: N.W. 48th.STREET, MIAMI 3T, FLORIDA,

me. Ye Editor met a relative, Octavious McDonald. He I REGISTRATIONSt. I I DATE -. A
had not seen m'e, in more, than 65 years. I Gentlemen: ,4:>r.
Called on, ,Dr. Kenneth Rodgers and Max Thompsonbut Francis Xavier School, I agree to accept home delivery of TIlE MIAMI\ TIMES for

they were having a week ,of angling at the Exuma 431 17, 19G3 NW, 16th 2 4 Friday p.m. May one 'year a{ the regular subscription rate 'of $540 ($4010 If checkor
Cays. Can just imagine how much fun they had. money order Is enclosed). I understand that the CHRISTIAN
On Sunday we were luncheon guests of Mr.and Mrs. HOSPITAL and the STUDENTS 'SCHOLARSHIP FUND will
Cleveland Reeves at: the Colonial Hotel. Vacation in the MountainsFor benefit. from my subscription order..

During the return trip the weather was delightful. .. I .'\.

Arrived home in plenty of time on Monday to 'attend complete rest and relaxation Address .............................................. ...................... Phone ....................
the luncheon of the Greater :Miami Ministerial As plan to upend') your vaca- :

sociation, the Rev. Frank 'Titus, president, at the Riverside tion at the LANIMNA GUEST Signed .......................................N11N......,.,(...:.........-.........................._................... 1
,' i 'Methodist Church.' 1IOUHK high in the cool moo'ntalnol ::1. ,}').'

The guest speaker was Bishop Coleman F. Carroll of In Hendersonvllle( 'N. C. Credit' to this Student ............... C J._.*............. School ..._.............::...
the Roman Catholic Church.His" .,,- subject was the Ecumen- Private rooms and baths and (Most be registered with the'Project}
ical Council. the finest. food For details

On Tuesday the 41st annual copal Church opened in,'the Deauville Hotel at Miami Hollis Landrum .
Beach. The procession with four bishops, 188 clergymen,
710 1st Ave. W.
plus acolytes was a colorful 'and spectacular' sight at the .;: JET TV CLINIC

' .Miami Beach Auditorium.The Hendersonville, N. C. .
annual banquet at the Deauville was another Jl

spectacular affair. HOME SERVICE CALLS $1.00 'If,
The Rt. Rev, Bernard Markham, Lord Bishop of the r
t Diocese of ,Nassau, was the guest speaker. Day..or Night

Bishop Markham gave interesting address on the FOR RENT .-We Serrit.rAII.Make.. ofHIFI'a
!' work in the.Bahamas, commending,his 'clergy and, people, .
the majority of :them poor, for what they are doing under ." and STEREOS
Hallandale nice 3-bedroom
circumstances. ; '
prevailing ,
t,) We 'Also
Rent '
J i
Among' 'prominent guests were Bishop Coleman F. .' # : ..
Carroll of.:"the' *Hoinari Catholic Diocese of :Miami and 2 baths. Best section. $15 "' :. TV by the week or Month' '

Msgr. Robert Shlefen; the Rev Frank Elvery of Home-
stead First ,Presbyterian ,Church and the Rev. Luther per week or sell. Call Holly- :' $7N.W.Znd: AVENUE
4 of the Greater Miami
Pierce, director Council of .
wood, WA: 34885. \ :

Bother'' highlights were Bishop Henry I, Loutitt's ser- Jl ., Phone FR 42044PAGE '

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Becomes Foster ParentThe 4y L.'c --Personal Mention--

past week has :'titeen n tenance is paid for by the

time of mixed emotions ,for the Circle.At i .L ....... n ....._ ... -,.... ... r -q.- T -ooor.F

members of the Gardenia Circlea the meeting of the clubon The Friendship Charity and The airman is a 19G2 graduate -
certain 12 year old young miss Sunday at the home of member Social Club recently n>)et at the of, Carver High School.
and some other interested per Addle Taylor,. the Vdaugh. lovely home of Mrs. LillleDennerson.
/ sons. On Information 'proferred ter" of the club ,was 'given a A delicious repastwas
by Mrs. Edythe G. Peltier, the shower and amid an array of: I served. The also The Rev. John L. Johnson,
Gardenia Circle offered to spon apparel the little miss,,cried and celebrated Mrs. Cantell group Moon's who has been suffering from
sor a certain 12 year Qld who thanks "each fractured ribs
expressed her to birthday. Mrs. Verdell Cox, which he sus-
would otherwise have. been one of my mothers." The mem president Mrs. Frcmkie Dunn, tained in a freak accident at
subjected to Kendall. Her stay bers naturally were moved and ; his home, 7127 NW 16th Ave.,
there would not have, been as each received new determination reporter. is Improving. The Rev. John-
a delinquent or wayward child, to carry out this program. 'I son' is pastor of the St. James
but shy would have been, there Those who are natural mothers! Lackland AFB, Tex. Air- Baptist Church. .
because that would nave' hadto felt a deep concern; those, who man Third Class Robert L.
be home to her. are not mothers, knew for the : Johnson, son of Mr., and Mrs.

The Foster Parents' Home first time a mother's concern. I ,.. Lewis L. Johnson of 10720' SW Youth HallAs

program of Dade County is a This club has many activitiesIn An invitation for two to spenda 147th Schilling St. Is being AFB, reassignedto Kan. for chairman of the WMBM .
and at this
thing and
fluctuating the community they go
week's vacation all
and duty as an air Youth Hall Volunteer Program
time It could not provide fundsto unheralded but this is beIng meals at Miami's Hampton
maintain this child'ln sucha brought to the attention of the House, was extended by Harry policeman. I wish to thank the girls
detained the hall for the
home. She was without visible the that other
in hope
public Markowitz, Hampton House Airman Johnson recently
4 means of surprise.and, I organizations, might find a owner, to W. J. Goodwin, win- completed United States Air lovely, thoughtful Mother's Day
card. It their
maintenance and without a place on its program to lend a award truly expressed
ner of top contest: Force basic military training '
home.or guardians to 'care for nand, >to save ja, child, to bulk'better during the Palmetto Education here. appreciation for the time and
guide.and love her, 'men and women, thus Association convention held recently effort I hove given Youth .'

Because the members of the making 'tomorrow's, in Columl/ia, S. C. I. Hall program to bring to them.a well planned.

club believe in people, believe oetter_for__ our___.having____ _i, Unmarried and a teacher Good. Champagne SipThe I q
Columbus Mr.
that If given a chance some living In My many thanks to all the
t good will burst forth from a win and a delative are expect. people In the community who '
tiny, "."bud;" that is through Royal Twenty New ed to arrive for their week's Miami Chapter of the are willingly giving their ser-
National Association of Negro
giving and sharing.that the stay Sunday, July 21. vices to make the program an
Business and Professional Women's
The Royal Twenty Women'sClub Inspirational Incentive to
greatest of blessings' come; that our
the Master said "the least you held its last regular meet Clubs, Inc., invites you youth to try and become bet-
do unto one of these *my children ing at the beautiful home of Knights of Pythias to attend their first annual ter adjusted citizens.
do it unto me;" that Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Gibson olSouth Champagne Sip Sunday, May Blanche Calloway
each you must Justify his: existence Miami. Mrs. Leila 'Moore And CalanthesAhmed 12, from 5 to 7 p.m. Guest art-

1 j in the world; that each should was the hostess ists, fabulous fashions, at the
Temple No 2, Votary Hampton House lounge, 4200
candle that each oneperson
light a ; The_ business portion of the Charles E. Blakley, ''grand mogul NW 27th Ave. Donation $1.00. Support. NAACPJackson's
per- concerned itself with:
meeting met May 5 ut the home of
son; one cannot do everything,, final reports': nd'other*.',unfinished Sir Walter' L. Belle The meetIng I. -
but one can do, something;I business. Mrs., ,Myrtle was Interesting.Rose .
wnat one can do, one ought to Davis 'presented for' the listenIng of Sharon Lodge will
do and what one ought to do pleasure of the group, an'' meet May 11.
Grace of God shoulddo Toddle
by the one it appropriate reading. Rose of Sharon Court No. 23, Inn
that as an organization
Mrs. Malissia Harris counsellorwill
to raise the standards session of this ,
should help The social 13 PRESENTS' ,
meet May Margaret
time through its the
of our meeting was enhanced by a
Court No. 33: Mrs. Susie M
personal behavior and program; delicious feast prepared and Artis Park Court No. CO, Mrs
that it must unhesitantingly served by the hostess. Many Cornelia C, Glenn, will meet "May By Twilight"Sailing
rout out foun the ,
in with
and vigorously friends joined members
May 13; Lily of the Valley No
datlonal decay wherever and It to make this a most enjoy. 58 Mrs. Sarah 1). Delle, counsel. on "Cloud Nine" in dlnnces and sorigsMay
it is found that
must vvnenever be willing to stand; up and able session. lor, met May 9: Lily of the Val. in all its splendor i

counted and be militant in Mrs. Ethel Peavy thankedthe ley Juvenile Court, Joyce San-
that, which is hostess for such a wonder ders, worthy matron meets May
championing 15 Gleam of Hope Lodge No. FRIDAY NIGHT MAY
iignt; to toughen the moral I ful evening. ; 10, 7:30
18, Sir Walter L. Belle, will
ewer of our times. The next meeting will be heldat meet May 10; Orange Blossom 3038 NW 48th Terrace

pen expression of. these be- the home of Mrs., Peavy, 3735 No. 10. Sir Willie C. Moore, .
.. .a oeiore the Honorable Ben Washington Ave:. Coconut counsellor. will meet Saturday,
caeppard, one of the Judges Grove In'May 12. Mrs. Erma- May 18; Grand Lodge will meet May Queen Grace
me Juvenile and Domestic tine Ilolton, president; Mrs. May 19 and will start at St. Herring .

.?.,..1a lOns Court under whose Ethel Peavy, president. Petersburg Delegates will beheaded May King Eugene Kearion :
jurisdiction this case came, by Sir George I, Cash, .
uiuaipted said Judge to grant D. G. C.Other. Princess ''Kim Thomas
and authorize the Circle to bewouie Crusaders League delegates me: Sdr Waiter -

Foster Parent to this L. Hello, S.D.; Mrs.. Maggie Prince Duane McBur a L
wUid, the judge commended Mother's Day TeaThe Cash, S.U.; Mrs. Sarah hello,
"ae club througn its,president, DIE: : :; Sir E. G. Sheppard, past ..
....1':1..i.: M. Smith and her com Crusaders League, Mrs. chancellor; Mrs. Veronica Davis Third place winners: '

..u tee composed of Circle memo Leon McCartney Sr., of St. W. Inix. Fields Elmira
uei, Airs Ruby Mae Hanna Ca- Sir Willie C. Jackson of Faithof Randy Daniels
WHO appeared before him. Peters African Orthodox the Hope Lodge No. 32, Is i ill He
thedral cordially invite 1 14 In Clover Leaf Hospital All Crown Bearers
the child has been placed In public to its first annual tea members are expected to do t
and is being commemorating Mother's Day,
single home their part.
'given love and care.. Her main. Sunday, May 12 at 6500. NW 21st The drawing of the tickets Deborah Barnes Steven Carroll
t Ave., 4 to.8, p.m.* >
for the weekend on Miami
, An interestong program is Beach at the world famous! PRIZESFREE
.. Cwest Club :NewsMrs. promised for your entertain- Honey Plaza Sun Club will beheld
ment. Mrs. M. Adderly, captain May 15. Reporter, Don A.

Clyde Klllens was hostess ,;anon Charles F. Cooper, chair- Belle. -.-
to the Cwest Club on man ex-officio; the Rev, Staf- ,
Tuesday, April 30. ,The presi ford Sweeting, supervisor; Mrs.
A of GamesFor
dent, Mrs., Oscar L.:,Range, ',pre- LeoIa: ,Brown, recording secre-
8.ded/ The business meetingwas tary.
short as the hostess was fun and relaxation and a !
having a social evening for the chance to win lovely prizes,
members, along with a num- Mothers of the Year plan to attend "A Night olGames" I
ber of guests she had carded to sponsored by the

come in and Join us. To be HonoredDinner will Northwest be held YWCA in the Center.Activities It 5000 Top Value StampsWITH

I Champagne was served as an Building, 5100 NW 21st Ave.on .
appetizer. At nine fifteen we Mothers by the Interracial Saturday, June 1 at 8 p.m. YOUR PURCHASE OF
were invited into the dining will honor Bring your friends and play
room. The dining table was two mothers of the year Wed your favorite game, whether it
beautiful with a center pieceof nesday May 15, '6:30: p.m. at be canasta, whist, bridge, etc. A Top Value Used CarWE
freshly cut pink carnations.The the Jewish Cultural Center, 429 Refreshments will be served
service was all silver, the Lenox Ave.,Miami ,Beach.>o. YWCA CAMP ttltRVJVOLDH HAVE THE LOWEST PRICES
menu delicious. The table cov- nation $2.00. Thirty-two girls, aged 10.14
ers were hand painted various foryour' will enjoy a week of residence AVAILABLE ANYWHERE
An ,outstanding, program
colors and very, pretty. n entertainment. Turn on camping with the YWCA at
Greynolds Park OJus. The dates
After + dinner games were your 'radio on WMBM' 1490 onour' are July 22-27 and the fee $25.: e e .
and prizes given. / dial, you will hear the Activities will Include hikes, ,
flayed "
Daisy Benson thanked Interracial Mothers Sunday, cookouts nature
the hostess for an evening of May 12 11:15: p.m. and on being sports, learning camp skills and Over 100 top quality clean used can to choose from '

fun and enjoyment Introduced Tuesday May handicrafts, campfires and day Chevrolet, Pontiac,:Buick, Oldimobilet, Cadillac.,
14 7:45: p.m. trips. The will provIde '
Invited guests: ,Mesdames a busy program and happy camp-- Ford', Mercury., Lincoln, Plymouth, Dodges, Chrysler.

Betty Alford, Marie Brown, LOST Ing experience for girls. For ., Rambler 1957 thru 1963 models.
C J. L. Bryant, Blanche Carey, CLARINET on bus 21, May 0 further information call the
i! Blanche Calloway, Lugusta Col enroute to school. Brown with North Dade YWCA Center NA
stop Susie Francis, Marie ::Shennodoah" Inscribed. A reward 1-6631. e e, ., ,
I Kent Ray Moore Mary McCoy, is offered. Call 635-4009 '
Ann Packard, Maud 'Reid. Cr Dorsey: Junior High School. 7 COME IN LET ONE OF OUIl> COUfTIgOU6 SALESMENPUT
I ,. Members prlsentMesdames: :
i' .,. .. Mattie Barkley,. Eddie Daniels, FOR SALE OR LEASE TV SICK? YOU IN ONE OF THESE .fINK CARS I
I :; Dean 21 : "storyrt'professional!
Hulda Frazier, Blanche; CDS %
Carrie Johnson Men,Jacksbn, building. Suitable p>i d rug Have ft rrpalrrd on (",'r.11I II HODSON MOTORS
I I Lucille Tliou; Letta' Thomas and store, doctor's office, attorney, you llvr In Mlirrty City 01Irowrmvllle.
Ruth Polite, Addle If: Sampson, funeral parlor. Ample parking, '!. Pay wrrkly. Free
We meet with Misa Nellie B. etc. Broker protected. 2260 NW wtlmate. 8800 N.W. 27th Avenue Phone 696-6100
Moore 14. .it 2nd St,, 6884825. Open Saturday DIAL 0944581:
B. D, May Slater, reportfr. and ''SundaY. -- Pll 2630 N.W. C2nd 81. t'L-L _-. .t . _M- .Li.-LLLLl Lit iH 'i.l t..t',,, !

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N EVE R CLOSED . Prices Good thru MAY 11th, Welter's AG Store Only
FRYERS Ih 25 Roll Sausage Z90MoRRE 'I "

Franks Ib 330 Canned Ram $3.98

LYKES Sausage SMOKED 2 lbs 69' Pig Feet Ib' lO

Bacon Ib 290 Picnics Ib 27t

Produce .. _. ..;........_-)0. .- ..........__. Frozen Dairy
White Potatoes Ib 39 Parkey Oleo

10 lbs 391' -WITH$5.00 ORDER OR MORE Ib 25*
Cabbage Ib 5* Peaches 2 for 39* RLimeade or

HI ROXEY Lemonade lot

WatermelonsGreen Dog Food 4 294t FarmhonsePies

Radishes Onions 3 bunches or Red 25* Grits 10* 3 BANANA for $1.00'I" CREAM

",i We Cost__Payroll____Checks_____ *_ __Cold___ _Beer.At All Times -fc Open 24'Hours DAILY I
Com 2 for 294'Ne. Bar-B-Q Sauce 4 .: 290 1

t''' Soap IO Shaeffer Beer 6 for 981

Baked Beans 10co i": ": "
: LihbJ'' Welch Drink. .t294t
UBBY'STomato '\ :l.
Juice 250 Charcoal 20 Ibsr'T 890

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Go Day Camping With The;;YWCA \ North DadeRecreation SATURDAY, MAY 11, 1963 PAGE 7

The Northwest YWCA Cen- the property.Mrs. ,
ter at 5100 NW 21st Ave. will Carrie P. Davis will ..i
center Is now getting Bondu Gets
be the site for the Day Camp serve as camp director. Mrs. Dave
activities of the Miami YWCA. Davis is an Instructor at the ready to close the fall programand
Junior College and brings her start the summer program.
There will be five 1-week sessions many skills and much know. Movie Role in NassauNews
Basketball league
beginning on Monday ledge which will be of great The Adult I
June 17 and extending through benefit to the summer program.She came to a close with the Miami I comes British Colonial Hotel wherea
August 23. The' camp theme will be interviewing applications Knights winning the championship from Nassau capacity crowd is always on
this year is Indian Lore, and on Saturday, May 18 and the Coconut Grove that Dave Bon hand to watch.In .
especially Seminole Indian lore. for volunteer junior counselor Vikings were the runnerups. the llvewire the movie, Bondu will play,
Youngsters, aged 6-14 years positions. Senior High School Both teams were awarded individual dUr public relations a tought club owner who gives''
Uoys and girls, will find them students and Junior College trophies. The Teenage I manager of }leading l lady Shary Marshall a
selves in small in League is coming to a close .
Echoes"- students who are Freddie Mun- tough time ,'
names such as: 'The supervised experience and this week with the Hawks play. Cat and
meaning "the deers," "The learnings in this type of situa- ing the Rams for the champ- Fiddle nlngs' nightclub Bondu !is a former Miami disc
Chofees" meaning "the rab tion are asked to call the North. ionship. The second half was has been jockey of the Mr. and Mrs.
bits." One of the highlights of west YWCA Center, 634-2651. won by the Hawks and the first selected, to play Swing Team with his wife
the Day Camp program will be half was won by the Rams. Mayme Bondu. lie also was a
weekly visits of a Seminole Groups will be transported the part of a columnist for the Miami Times.
Indian family. Mr. Charlie Billie to the Manor Park Pool for The 2nd Annual Spring Dance club owner "
Boy from the Dania Reser i Red Cross Swimming Instruc- Festival was held last week in "Tell Me In The Sunlight, He has acted in stage plays
vation will bring his wife, Alice tion. The camping program and was very successful again' now being shot 1n Nassau. and in a movie called "Bar .
and, their four children to the will also consist of crafts (with this year, under the direction Filming has already started gains and Bullets." lie also had
Day Camp each Thursday. emphasis on nature crafts), of Mrs A. Floyd. Guests for with night scenes in Bay Street his own TV show in Miami before .
They will be a part of the folk dancing singing, active the night were the North Dade next door to the Sheraton- moving to Nassau.
1 structure and share Indian and quiet games, story hours, High School Dance Orchestra
camp crafts, songs and dances. cook-outs, films, skating and under the direction of James Steve Cochran, who is dIrect.
Youngsters will help Mr. Billie weekly, council rings. I McCall and the Modern Dance Ing the movie, is playing the ,
may obtain applications from starring role of a ship's
Club of Miami Northwestern cap
Boy construct a "Chickee" on Campers will bring their own Senior High School. The groupis Mr. Cambridge by calling North 1 tain I
and milk will be Dado NA 1-1291 .
lunches fur- Low- 'gym after 4:00:
directed by Mrs. Agnes
nished. The day begins at 8 dally. Starting June 24 summer -
Bunche ParkRecreation a.m. and closes at 3:30: p.m. ery. Teenage Basketball League. In MiM't. your rrl.'nd-. : :tit I
Children are required to have The summer program will both leagues individual trophieswill CAL'S LOUNGE ANDRESTAURANT
Center medical exams prior to camp. start June 17 and will come to be awarded to winners.
There will be weekly Inspec- a close August 17. In the sum-
Now that spring has arrived tion of the children by a public mer program modern dance The deadline for applications Food< nt Itn beat
the playground is swarmingwith health nurse to insure the classes and baton twirling Is June 17, 7 p.m. Read this ad Yon hove tried the rest
softball. Everyone from i health of our Day Campers. I classes will be held Monday weekly for more Information Now try the bent)
the shorties boys and girls thru Cost for each two week ses-I 9.30: a.m. to 5 p.m. The adult
the junior boys and girls areA sions is $15 which includes the summer basketball league will pertaining to this program. Continuous ,service from 0
enjoying themselves. The 5th I meml/ershlp fee, insurance, start June 10 and 20, all coaches to 1 n.m.
and 6th graders are anxiously craft supplies, pool fees, transportation and captains will meet Mr. 6010 N.W. 22nd Ave.
awaiting the date of their game to and from' pool. CamLVldgc, Center director, Spend $2 for' freedom NE 3.9316
between Rainbow Park. This For further Information call Monday night June 17 at North
should be an 'exciting game because FR 7-2571 or 6342051.Deadline Dade's gym for a meeting at Join NAACP! O"'IU'cl and operated by
both teams are determined for registeration is June 3. 7:30: p.m. All Interested: persons Ju..rH. and NcllhFREEGIFTS
to win. The junior boys are ::
beginning their softball league
play, and the shorties are par.'
ticipating In lead up games to
softball.In: .

a few more weeks school
will be out, and we will be enRaging !
in our summer program.We .
would like for it to We big
and better each If I
ger year.

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Fls . \t':: : t. Sinai PAGE 8 SATURDAY, MAY 11, 1963

Mt. Sinai Baptist Church is

1 now Woman's engaged Day drive in its with annual Mrs. Gulf Oil l Awards Two

, Bernyce Greene as chairmanand
:Mrs. Julia Thomas, co-
:( chairman.The $2,500 Grants

j entire church is work- .
jf Et Ing vigorously toward the suc- 'Ir.: Tilman C Cothran of At- his master'sdeygree from the
f cess of this drive. Our theme lanta University and Dr. John same institution;. The American I
"The Survival of Youth Wo- College University* of Washington
T. Blue, of Virginia State ,
men's Christian Responsibility"will D., C. awarded him doctoral
: Norfolk Division have
be emphasized by the ; degree in 1959yPREVIOUS ; j
Junior Department of the been awarded faculty salary I

church in the presentation of supplementation grants by the GULF GRANTS
which Earlier this year, Gulf
"Youth Spectacular" pre-
Gulf 011 Corporation to con-
will be held Sunday, May }V. sented more than $21,000 in
two-month of
t 3 p.m. at the church, 1419 NW duct a market this survey capital and direct grants to 39
the Negro summer.
5th place. Negro colleges and universi-
The public is cordially invited The $2500 grants were givento ties located in 13 states under
,' to worship with us thru both educators as part of other sections of the Company's
I the drive which terminates on Gulf's comprehensive Aid to Aid to Education program.

I May 2G. Education program. In 1901, H. Naylor Fitzburgh

... _... ... ST. BARNABAS W. M. Dr. Cothran, a native of Ar of Howard University, who
----- awarded
-- ---- -- was a faculty salary
kansas is chairman of the so-
Douglas Students tree on the school grounds dur- Rev. J B. A. Culmer, pastor ciology department at Atlanta supplementation grant, studied
ing Arbor Day ceremonies, Mrs. S. Dawkims' reporter University and editor of Phylon, Gulf service station rental poli-
Observe Arbor DayA I April 19. Eleven schools planted Sunday School was openedby the university's review of race cies.Gulf's
trees given them by the
the assistant superintendentMiss and culture. He was graduatedin Aid to Education '
City Parks Department as partof Theresa Lewis. Classes 1939 from Agricultural Me program -
teacher and pupils at Miami Beautification Committee also comprises Gulf merit -
their with their
places chanical and Normal Collegeat
School, 314 celebrations. Miami- scholarships to children of
Douglas Elementary -
teachers. The lesson was reviewed Pine Bluff and received an
NW 12th St., get set to plant a Metro News Bureau photo. employees and annuitants; employee
by pastor. M. A. degree from the Univer- gift matching .to inde-
Morning worship was led by sity of Indiana In '1942. The pendent non-tax: supported col--

16 the pastor. He lectured briefly University of Chicago granted leges; and graduate' fellowships.
PAKA VILLA ELEM V.-- # # ) :
., from St. Luke 19:10: and the him a doctoral degree in 1949.
w o' --
testimonial service followed.
Final rehearsals and prepara Dr. Blue a native of Oklahoma '
Holy Communion was admin- ; Recital of
held for the SongsThe
tions are being
',, istered. Everyone was blessed. Is director of the Social
r J. operetta "On Midsummer -
I primary Day" to be held on May 17 YOURHEALTH The No. 1 choir rendered music of Science Research Laboratory choir of St. Phillip's Roman
Virginia State Norfolk
r in the cafetorium. A repeat of with Mrs. L. Knowles at the Catholic Church presents
piano, and the No. 1 ushers i Division as well as chair-
turnout is Mrs Valde Mrs.
last year's capacity man of the school's sociology Murray, Roslyn
expected. Tickets are now on served. Clark and Timmy Lee Terry ina
department and division of so
sale (adults $1.00; high school The pastor preached duringthe cial sci nces. Recital of Songs, Sunday, May
students 50 cents; elementary evening from St. Luke 19; ; 12, '4. p.m. at Holy ,Redeemer
DR. M. RAD1N theme, "Christ Is Our Redeem Dr. t School Cafetorium' 1301
stuuents 25 cents.) I', vas graduated'' from NW
er and Life-Giver. Mrs. M. E. the : 71st', St.Donation.
University of Michigan ''in
classes have Culmer was at the piano.
of our
Many 1945 and
I a later earned adults.
year $1.00.
of L Let us for mothersand i
made field trips to places pray our
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the Dade community. ---------- pay homage to those who ...
interest in = - - - - -
Tne first grade classes of have gone to the Great Beyond.
MISS Adams and Mmes Shaw, DIGESTIONDigesting May God bless all mothers who

Ciarrk\ Coob, Wiley and Davis food isn't a single are alive. Visitors are always
visiteu\ Cranuon Park Zoo. The but several processes.One welcome. LIB-CITY
second: graue classes of Mmes. process of these is "conscious" Miss Maxine Major is indis-

Bale, vVoodard, Hoskin and which you can control. The posed. We wish for her a

.reavy toured the Holsum Bak others are not. The first, con- speedy recovery.Celebrated.
ery plant and the U. S. Post scious is when you eat. DRIVE IN THEA THE

oaice zone b7)). The fourth You may process gulp in huge bites, and .......--.-..... --.-..............-........-....
graue classes of Mmes. Hunt, eat fast, or you may chew
jasper, Wilson and Mr. Lowrie thoroughly and slowly. If you OX 1-7959 22nd Ave. and 69th St.

1 journeyed to the Everglades do the latter, the food, well-
I national Jark. mixed with the secretions of \

20, the the mouth,, stomach and small '
On Sunday, May .NOW SHOWING
Brownies (Troop No. 663)) will Intestines, become semi-liquid.
If well masticated quietly and
, noiU a cookout on the school
I utiueuc field. Mrs. G. Clark Is without emotional upset, it is SECOND
Leader and Mmes. Ii.liusxn ready for the second process.
U1 pup
ana H. Wiley are assis- The second process is involun-
tary. The semi-liquid filters z
; wilt ".t m a through the lining of the small
Girl Scout activities at Pine intestines into the bloodstream, ti FEATURETHEIR
Viiia recently Included an investiture on its way to the millions of i
ceremony. At this cells in the body. This is fol-
o4 girls became official 'mem- lowed by absorption. The third
14. bers of Girl Scout Troop 109. Involuntary stage. The cells
;' atuut leaders are' Mmes. John- 'now. pick up and use the nour-

oua Woodard and Davis. ishment, and this is assimila- ,

All Pine Villans are proud of tion.There .is no nutritive value 1 e k t i:
who is
fAitnur Lee Richardson until food is assimilated. To ,
in Mrs. T. Tennin's 6th grade assure good digestion chew 4
I '
class.: Arthur 'won 3rd place in
1 food thoroughly eat
Uie Dental Poster. Contest.;. your _.__.
I well prepared food, eat moder - -----

I. The Pine Villa k-family ,extends ately. Never work.,. hard after\ 66th
avoid tensions or
sympathies to eating, argu-
I Mrs. M. H.deepest Shaw on the pass- ments while eating. I I Birthday May 7 .' LEGION...

ing of her bVother, Mrs. C. Jas If you have any digestive : UNCONQUERABLE
of her problems, see doctor fora Mrs. Caroline Ward ardent \
the passing your
* per on THEIR BEAUTY...
religion civic and social worker
brother-in-law and to Mrs. L. proper diagnosis and treat-
bhackleford on the passing of ment for. your condition. of the city, celebrated her UNMATCHED! ..,
GGth birthday. The members of
her stepfather This article is published to all groups in which she affiliates "'liGJ
Melvin R. Ladson Pr., reporter Interest you in better health wish her happy returns "
and is written Wy Dr. M. Radin ;VINCENT PRICE
.' ; Mrs. Maude L. Chandler, of the day.
i principal. 1159 NW 3rd Ave. Naomi Symonette, daughter MMMItTI_ iOITUYMW. ."llll1JfllJ

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--' 1 A
, :01&
J : .'f' The Church of the. 0 p e'.n : ... .f

I .. .. Door, Rev... .U.._ C., McDowell, rnuuInIan" !:
pastor, has made the highest
report to date among the based on storks by Cuy DtMiupasswtTECHNICOLOR ..
churches. Included in his report *
"I were 31 youth members. ....-....-............-
I Mrs. Alice Barr has been appointed -
chairman of the ___SYU '
Greater Bethel AME Church's .
...n.M =.
.. s
l team. Working with her is Mrs.
Mary T. Colden. = .
In addition to unions have
11spiritual joined In the campaign. The NEXT ATTRACTION

Laundry Workers Union has ..
hubmltted a team of nine workers. -' --

III The Longshoreman's International -
I, headed by Judge CftQOCjjfIilTCHCOCK!

Henderson, has promised full
support of the campaign.The .
i next workers meeting JArN Alfred Hitchcock's

will be held at the Hampton .IIIY' .....
t N House Motel and Villa on Mon. "' Mn1EI
.. day night at 830.: .Division :Alfred Hitchcock's =
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"-- leaders are C. Gaylord Rolle'and mm
Members of the Baha'i Faith assembly of the Ba- J. H. Barkley.A -:
ii from this area visiting In Lon- ha'is of Miami; Emily Bethel, large group is expected to !g-W1DO GWMEI I.ItORSYi1E MuiLAM!

don for the Baha'i World Con- Zilpha Sawyer (North Dade); attend the meeting. Mr. Rolle' ncNroot.+o r
gress, left to right: Doris H. Loverin, Ida Solomonand stated that his group 'willmake ./II.
Lucille H. Buffin, George Madelln Humbert. the largest report of any & .
, f. Sav1tt; chairman of the local (See story page 11)) division to date at that time." ,


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SATURDAY, MAY 11, 1963 PACE 9 .

Georgia NAACP' Executive to

ISpeak1in! Opa.locka Sunday .

Vernon .E. Jordan, executive p.m. Presiding will Me Atty.
\, secretary for the Georgia State I James Matthews, cochairmanof
Conference, NAACP branchesand the Opa-locka division of
a recent participant in the the NAACP drive. Chairman of
/ planning of Freedom Marches the program Is Mrs. Bessie L. '
I, ..... 11 In memory of the late William Uunche Also playing an Important ..,..
GRACE EVANS, a beautiful a gartfage truck in Miami. But Moore, killed In Alabama while part in the program IsIs "
since Negro laborers have now "t walking in protest' of racial dis- Hev. H. E. Greene, also a ,
22-year-old New York singer been admitted to the Civil Ser \. crimination, will be the speaker pastor of an Opa-locka church.

and model, gets the full photo vice system they are now eligible j ... at a meeting at the Mt. Her- -,
treatment In the June Issue'' of for driver examinations . ; '." mon AME Church; Rev. S. L. .

Cavalier magazine. Hers is a All of the 450 women at the ., ., Gay, pastor. The church Is located NAACP Membership :
and center United Church Women luncheon htt t da :: ;) y in Uunche Park.
rare beauty f11e didn't' along with Bishop ; < Drive is !
go now on
will The meeting will begin at 3 1 1I
spread nudie photo no James L. Duncan of the Epis- -"' _.... '
doubt be one of the most popu- copal Diocese of South Florida I
lar pinups the world over . when he made a strong pitch Catherine Pedican
Maury Wills' new book, "It for an end to racial discrimination Clyde Killen's Knight Beat
Pays to Steal" as told to Steve in local churches. He asked Passes Into Great
Gardner, is very interesting the women to carry the Presents Sensational
reading. Wills has a very unusual fight into the community, par
intellect for a ballplayer. ticularly in the areas of edu- Beyond
i cation, housing and Job oppor
tunities. Many muttered but Relatives and friends of Miss
BROWNSVILLE citizens few are willing to show their Adrilla Pedican were shockedand
'around 32nd Ave. and 43rd St. unchristian hands. saddened to learn of her
are putting up a real battle to passing, last Tuesday, May 7,
keep Goldie's Liquor Store from 9"r
at Jackson!': Memorial Hospital, p
adding a'' bar to their nelghboiV 11 EH A LI) COLUMNIST Jack where she had been registeredon
hood. A large delegation will Kofoed went to a great length Sunday, May 5, following a
go before the Metro commis- on Monday to show that not sudden and serious attack of 1 kri
f H w i HY 1 ? ;
sion this Thursday . Father only white men were violatorsof illness 41
Theodore Gibson was so very human rights and dignity.
right on Wednesday when he Kofoed mentioned Francois Miss Pedican was born at
told the Episcopal Diocese con Duvalier, the Congolese sol- Bluff, Eleuthera, Bahamas,
vention that reports of friction uiers, tne Thanksgiving Day where she received her early
between the Negro communityand race riot at a Washington, D.C. education and Christian train-
the Cuban exiles was un- nigh school championship footoail Ing from the Episcopal Church,
true. Father Gibson hit it on game and the Black Mus- where her family worshipped, I
the head when he said, "more lims. And just what have all and from her parents, the late
jolt opportunities for Negroesis inese got to do with using Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Pedican.
the pressing problem here." dogs and high pressure water
noses on peaceful adults and Moving to the city of NassauIn
children ? ? early young womanhood,
Three white Southwest sec- she transferred her church affiliation -
tion dentists who operated a to St. Agnes, where $
branch office in Edison Center THK 2UT11 ANNUAL observance she continued her religious activities 'D; t. I :"J

that catered to Negroes, have of National Insurance and general education. _ "JJ
been suspended by the state Week begins May 13 with 47 .
for alleged advertising . Companies and 10,000 agents Coming to Miami In 1040, ; tdc
Two Pork Chop Senators have participating . Life Membership Miss Pedican made her home "JJ J
introduced a bill in the Senate holders in NAACP will with her sister, Miss Florida Jean DushonIf
that would require a foot- lunch at the Hampton House Pedican.

square sign in capital spelling letters out "integrated" must- Tuesday at 2 p.m. . WilliamInge's Once again her church affiliation you like Lena Home you'll love Jean Duahon.
1 "Picnic"opens
p r z e play
be prominently displayed at all at Studio Ai Playhouse was transferred, this timeto Admission Fri. and Sun. $1.00 Sat. $1.50
l Florida eateries, hotels and motels Wednesday night . Out of St. Agnes Episcopal Church J
where she continued ardent
serving Negro and white iJO diplomatic missions in REGULAR SUNDAY MATINEE
and faithful member until the
patrons. It has little'ohance of Washington, 20 of them represent end. AT THE KNIGHT BEAT 5 to 9 p.m. .
. One of the better
I success the new Negro nations,
The place to see and be seen
I bills is Dade Rep. Tom Spen all in Africa except Jamaica Miss Pedican was also activeIn
cer's $1.00 minimum wage and Trinidad.A civic community, fraternaland
plan. Spencer's bill will be a social affairs. She was a
boon to Negro workers and graduate of the Sunlight Coming: next week, May 17 19
would prevent unscrupulous NIKiItO has finally cracked School of Beauty Culture and
business people from firing Ne the Herald All-City first string held memberships in other organization r.,
and hiring Cubans for .selections.:: He's '!'ony Turner, Including St. Marie's 4. '

... jobs because they will work sophomore sprint sensation Chapter of ,St. Agnes of which
cheaper. Since the Cubans geta from integrated Central High Mrs. Miriam Stirrup is presi-
$100 a-month supplement from . . Look for Chuck Smith, dent; Beauticians League, .I .
the government they can afford the talented pubrel man with 11JPO of Elks, Grand United \
to work for less. r'AMU to take a leave of ab- Order of Good Samaritans, and ,f
aence:: to accept a position with others. .

IN TUB PAST you've always Royal Crown Cola as director have
Services been set for
had to be a white man to drive of special markets.
'Monday, May: 13, 10:30: a.m. at
..ate.America's. .
pr I II St. Agnes Episcopal: Church.

. .
:r r. J I I I Surviving are three brothers:
Thomas Hilton, Samuel Alvin "I
WeSt and Hoderlc Chas. Pedican; five
lX.ey sisters, Mrs. Murial Turnquest,
Southernmost City airsIlnmaline Joseph, Mrs.
Madeline Johnson, Mrs. Missouri
Neely, Mrs. Theodossla Dor-

_ _ _ ___u__ _ _ sett; several nieces and nephewsand
a host of sorrowing friends.
DAY AT BETHEL at the home of Mrs. Geneva
Sunday at Bethel AME Allen, Fort Village.
Church May 12 will pbserve its Northwestern Wins PJif
annual Woman's Day at 11'
The principal speaker will be Regional Track Title
Mrs. Vlna Mae Saunders, a NoticeThe LOUISIANA RED
teacher at Douglass High Northwestern High's power
A program will be, rendered No. 1 Pall 'Bearers Association >- ful track team ran off with the ("' ,:;/; h '"
I Sunday night by local talent. of America will hold regional track championship at .
( Tli. Miami Ho.teM Club
tot* Thfr pulliic 1* invited to attend :- : Moore Park Monday night, totaling ,. ponor a J
. w-.-. -, *thewell, planned serviced 'its 30th annual Grand Lodge 120 points to runner-up HOBO DANCE .
and share with us in our big Session beginning 'Wednesday, Mays High s 57, North D-u'd-c' WedncsdiIune'1z; 9 ;J.fci. til? Knight Beat Club .
day May 15 at New Bethel Baptist was third with 55. Table free. Advance $1.25 Door $1.50
Churrch 1571 NW 68th Terr, 8 One of the highlights of the
Mrs. Winifred Allen, co-chair-
meet was a swift 1:308: per- ; ;? I'
Mrs. Winifred Allen, cc-chalr- p.m.The formance by the North Dade
man; nevI K. D. White Sr., public is invited to enJoy 880 relay team. Gerald Arline LIMITED NUMBER OF

pastor. .. a very interesting program ran the anchor leg. APARTMENTS AVAILABLE
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Wednesday evening.
John Brown of Mays turnedIn

Celebrating birthdays in the The No. 15 Pall Bearers Society a 0.8 In the 100-yard dash andMays' Year Round Occupancy
are as follows: sprint medley team was
month of May will entertain.Sis. clocked Furnished Efficiency
in 2:03.0.
Pinder ( mother -
Mrs. Rowena my
), Mrs. Rosalie Fisher, Mrs. Mary Ross, president; Arllne, who has run a wind- Gas, Electric, Water 00
.Copeland Hawkins, ArchibaldC. Sis. Classic Porter, reporter; aided 20.1 In the 220-yard dash, 20
.. Pinder, Herman and Sher- dent.Bro. C. H. Ross, grand presi- was .timed in 22.6 for his specialty (Except alr-condltioning):, .

man Roberts. Incoming Phone Call. >;.
-t: .. ,
The Regular Deluxe Club Painless Office Treatment of Patio t! : Weekly

held its regular. meeting at the RUPTURE' LOW PILES Z\ Hour Restaurant .aYou'll I",

home of Mrs. Florence Wilson. .
opened with the love our swimming pool l
Meeting was
Rectal Disease 4; Varicose Vein. Pro-
Mrs. Frances
,vice president,
Palmer, presiding. After tie .tate-No lost tiro e-Placard Iran SIR JOHN HOTEL
:regular routine of business a Upon Correction of Rnptnre.

repast was served. DR. LONG'S CLINIC N.W. 3rd Avenue at 6th Street FR 3-3381
1535 &W. tat St-FR 3-2748. A general health service
Thirteen members will res-
ent. Our next meeting be

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. Clearwater Prepares for
Phil Ossofer Says . I
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, MAY 11, 1963 (

Beauticians Convention
Who is rich ,and who is poor?
In truth, the answer to this Beauticians from 50 units In dent and chairman will present
question is not discerning on Florida will converge In Clear- program panel discussion "Cre
the surface, and is known onlyto water May ,19 for the 24th annual ators of Beauty." '" ,'< ,.
those whose spiritual eyes convention of the Orange Tuesday and Wednesday. work
r9 are open. It is not the lack of Blossom 'Beauticians Associa- shop under the direction of D.
worldly goods which makes us tion chapte/:123, Inc., of"",_,the A. 'Jul1 s,' styles created on
poor. It is the lack of spiritual National Beauty!" Culturist Tuesday will be featured at
attributes which improverishesus. League. Earliest arrival will be the style show. Tuesday a.m.
Bertha Perry of Miami, 'chair dawn breakfast by Mu Chapterof
',Nail: Behold the condition of the man of the Artist Bureau in, Theta Nu Sigma Sorority,
beloved Jesus. His food was charge pf the Queen Coronation i Mrs. Collie Jackson, basileus,
:;. ... the grass of the field. His bed Hair Style and Fashion Showto Jacksonville area Laura Robin
............. YJ.YN:: the dust, His lamp in the night confer with the convention son, West Coast and Mrs. Mar
whole of the law; All the restis the light of the moon, and His chairman, Mrs. Laura Robinson. ion Muldrow, East Coast ,
THE LIVING RELIGIONSIf commentary. Rabbi Hcllel. steed His feet. Yet, who is richer Much time and effort is put into These are some of the t activities
our religious tolerance Is Talmud. than He? We all thirst for this segment of the annual con that will interest the beauticians .
denomi- His riches, consciously or sub. vention. The theme this year
to her
relegated to our own trying perfect
nation or sect, then It wouldbe MOHAMMEDANISM consciously, for His way is will be Fashions in Fabulous technique In executing the
well that we expand our- I Not one is a true l/eliever until truth. Florida, each section will have many facets of the professional
selves. Religion, naturally, ex I he loves for his brother Jesus said that it would be beauty, fashions and the chief Cosmetologist. The staff of the
ists outside our familiar coun I what he loves for himself. easier for a camel to go throughthe industry of that area Next will work shop is the elite of Flori-
religions Hadith. of needle than for a be the state officers and mem-
try. There are many eye a bers of the day demonstrators. All meetings -
Christianity is not the totalityof SIIIXXOISM; rich man to get into heaven. executive board fora will be in the National
Godly conviction. It is mere Who then is poor? Surely not pre-convention meeting at 11 Guard Armory, 705 N. Missouri
One should not be mindful of one who lacks worldly' treasuries The Ave The
ly one among many. public meeting is at convention host, Mrs.
suffering in his own life and but one in whose heart church 7:30 Laura
Not only are there others : p.m. The local unit Robinson, president. Mrs.
but there is also much wisdomin lives unmindful of others.of suffering From the in sacred the Christ does not abide. in charge of the program. Alaine. S. Waldon, state president -

each of the many. As proofof text of Kyo Koyen. An appropriate story of Monday 9 a.m. official busi-
this fact we present sayingof riches and poverty is told in ness begins. Program by the
the various living religions.We TAOISM Muslim traditions. One of the Lteauticlans volunteer corps in
acknowledge here that these He is fit to govern who loves followers of Sadiq, the sixth the afternoon. Educational talent Support NAACP''
excerpts were taken from I all people as he loves himself. Imam of Islam. complained that program 7:30: p.m. Mrs.
Josepn Gaer's book "The Wis- (Tao-Te-King, 13.) he was poor. Sadiq said, "Verily Cathleen Ross, first vice presi- JOIN NOW!
dom of the Living Religion." thou art rich, and hast ._-
ZOKOASTIUANISM drunk the draught of wealth."
BUDDHISM On three excellent things be His follower, perplexed, asked
Hatred is not diminished by ever intent: good thoughts, "Where are my riches, I w ho No Money Down
hatred at any time. Hatred is good works and good deeds. stand in need of a single coin?"
diminished by love this is (tVenlclad XVIII, 17.) Sadiq asked, "Dost thou not
the eternal law. (Dhammapada The odd thing about these possess our love?" He replied,
5)). religious beliefs is that they all "Yes, I possess it, 0 thou scion Will build on your lot
for the most part, center aroundone 1 of the Prophet of God!"
CHRISTIANITYA man as Christianity is builton 2 or 3, bedroom, garage Florida oak floor
I ,
commandment giveto or
new Christ. Each seemingly seeks Then Sadiq asked him, "Ex-
you, that you love one an- he Ideal. The emphasis is nearly changest thou this love for one what you want. Tile roof'' and bath.
other. (John 13:34.: ) always harmony of man thousand dinars?" He answered
with himself, his neighbor and "Nay, never will I exchange it, NO MONEY DOWNOn
CONFUCIANISMConfucius asked: "Is his environment. Like the song though the world and all that
word was that sums up says, everybody serving one is therein be given me!" Sadiq my lot $2,000 downThe
there one
remarked he
conducU"And God and calling Him so many then "How can
the basis he replied of all,good"Is not 'reci- different names. -COUSIN. who called possesses?"such a treasurebe home of your choice according to your plan. No

procity' that word? What you poor model.
yourself do not desire, do not "The true treasures are the
put before others." (Analects NAACP, MembershipDrive inward, spiritual ones, bestowed -
Call PL 4-6788
XV.) upon us when we accept
Christ, the Rich One, in our
HINDUISM is now on! hearts by faith and deeds. For the home that Holmes builds
True religion is to love, as
all things, -- -- -
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whether great or small. (Hito- "Living Service for the Living


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I Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor SATURDAY, MAY 11, 1963 PAGE 11 .
I Sis. Ella K. Wright, reporter ..
Ir I.
Jordan Grove is the churchof

always the open welcome.On door. where you are 6,200 Bahai's Meet in London

Sunday we were blessed to I LONDON, England Some rlglnes from Australia, Viet ,
have a very high spiritual service 6,200 members of the Baha'I Namese, Filipinos, Chinese, .-
both morning and night,' Faith from over 70 countries, Japanese and Europeans.The .
with our pastor delivering both Including a representativegroup
sermons. from Miami are meetinghere Baha'i principles of absolute -

On Sunday May 12, JJhere for the Baha'i World Congress racial equality and firm
resolve to avoid violence
will be a Mother's Day program in historic Royal Albert In
meeting world
here at 3 Our Hall. problems have
p.m. guest speaker
had wide suread
appeal during
will be Evangelist Maggie
Approximately 1,000 Americans recent years. Leaders of the
Green. The Is Invited to
public flew here last week on Faith claim it to be the fastest
-S ti ? come and bring your mothers. chartered planes from the em- growing religion in the world
This Is dedicated
a day to them. oarkation point of Huston Tex., today. It has spread to 259 ,

Los Angeles, Chicago and New countries, Islands and desjen-
ALLEN CHAPEL AME York City. The convention be dencies and has followers In
gan April 28 and ended on May 13,000 centers in the world.
Holy Communion was observed 2. It is being held to observethe
at Allen Chapel last Sunday 100th anni versarr.of the
throughout both services. declaration of Baha'uTllah, pro- TRINITY C M. E.

Greater New Bethel Women Sunday School began at 9:30: Faith founder of the Bana'l 511 NW 4th St.

a.m. with the Supt. Terry Hill, in Persia. Rev. E. T. Brown, pastorOn

; Raise S4.407.00 presiding.Morning worship began at 11 Members of the Faith believe Mother's Day Sunday,
---- - a.m. with the pastor delivering in the universality of God the May 12 the Youth Choir will be
unity of all mankind and they In charge of the music. The
Woman's The well the
The llth annual earned title of "Mrs. sermon.
Day of Greater Bethel was ob Greater Bethel" was bestowed Moth choirs rendered sooth accept the principles of progressive bers choir will dedicate two num-
to the
revelation. mothers of the
served Sunday, April 28. Great upon Mrs. Juanita Ryan for ing and harmonious music at divine founders They of church. We extend cordial
view all
credit is due to the combined raising the highest amount of both services.A therefore invitation to the a
the religion of the worldas people of MIami -
The sum of $249.31. Sec Mother's Day great
efforts of Mrs. C. money. great program to share with in
Mrs. Lola Martin, chairman ond prize to Mrs. Rosa Davis will be presented at the divine representatives of the ship.Sunday. us wor
and co-chairman for their determination for reporting 16336. church Sunday at 3:30: p.m. Almighty and regard the foun- 5
at there will
and enthusiasm In Friends are always welcometo der of their own religion as p.m.
that proved Our hats are off to these industrious worship at Allen Chapel, the most recent prophet to receive be a Mother's Day program
planning a program under
the .
leadership Mrs.
ladies for their partin divine revelations. "
successful spiritually and flnanclally. "The Church with a welcomeand
making this event the most Culmer. Come out and share 1 &
The speakers must have a program for the people. '
the here this '
successful In the history of Among delegates are program with us.
been touched by a Divine Hand Greater Bethel. Eskimos from the Arctic, In Stewardess Board No. 2 will
for their choice of words and MT. CARMEL BAPTIST dians from North and South present the Tea of Roses on "
connection of thought were Rev. W. K. Smith, pastor; America, Pygmy tribesmen the fourth Sunday In May. ",
forceful and touched every Wilene C. Robinson secretary Hev. 1 1)). A. Bradley, pastor from the Congo, former "un- Remember, you are always t
heart. Mrs. Beatrice Waldronof Mrs. Christine Cohen, reporterGod touchables" from India, Abo welcome at Trinity,
West Palm Beach, the morn ,J
ing speaker used as a topic, GREATER ST. MARK P.B. moves In a mysteriousway.
"The Word," and left all who Ills wonders to perform. I TEMPLE BAPTIST
heard the message spirituallyfilled. Rev. F. L. Johnson pastor Sunday morning services GRACE PRESBYTERIANSunday

Mrs. Jamie Bryant, the Mrs. Ruthie Mae Scott, reporter were sent from on high. We are May 19, I Women's Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor

evening speaker spoke from I. We welcome you to recogni saying to our pastor to Just to you. Be sure to worship in The deaconesses' board will
the women day the m e, tion of Mother's Day during our keep on praying and we shall the church of your choice.A sponsor a dinner Saturday (today ,
"Faith of a woman In modern regular morning worship. Planto continue in prayer for him. ) on the church ground be-
society," and we were again attend with your family. We are asking our friends to very happy Mother's Day ginning at noon and male ,;
lifted spiritually high. The The Parent-Teacher Club of bring someone to church with Day at Grace. We thank Mrs. chorus will sponsor one at the '
choir, under the direction of the Kindergarten will sponsora you Sunday. Louise Edwards and Mrs. Muriel home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred 'I,
Mrs. Evelyn Thorpe was at Its Coffee Sip Monday, May 13 Remember the sick and shut Colebrook for their fine Dean, 558 NW 10th St., from 1 )
best throughout the day. Our at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. ins everywhere. Prayer meet- leadership, and the entire p.m. until? Donation $1.00. '"':
thanks and appreciation are ex Effie Strickland, 2160 NW 73rd Ing evry Tusday from 8 to 0 church for Its fine support to Those who missed the "Waist "S j'
tended to the various churchesfor St. Also a box of grocery will date. Rally" last Friday because of
their fellowship In helpingus be given away. You are wel- p.m.Bible classes will begin Tues inclement weather, have another
in our efforts. Thanks also come. day night from 7 to 8 p.m. For Condolences to the bereaved chance this 1 Friday night..
goes out to the business estab all our teachers and as many family of Mrs. Nettle Smith, Tho No. 1 choir is expectingyou.
lishments, members and friendsfor ST. MARY'S W M. that desire to learn more about 1338 NW 2nd Ave., who lost her .
their wholehearted support.Our I God's word. be held Saturday at 3 p.m. One hundred mothers will be .:
finance report was Rev H. V. Stuart, pastor mother Mrs. Lillie 1 Days last "tagged" during the 11 a.m. ser ",;
$4,407.36. Mi.I* J Dorothy Major, reporterOur Monday. Funeral services will' vice on Mother's Day and tho li
Sunday began with NEW BETHEL BAPTIST oldest mother will bo specially ,a
Sunday School with John Bui- / honored The youngest mother
1571 NW 68th Terrace NEW MT. MORIAH
Mrs. Bertha Adderiey
lard and who
ANTIOCH BAPTIST attends church regularly
Rev. Ernest pastor f
In charge. Services throughoutthe Deacon Fred Williams reporterThe Rev A. L. Shipp, pastor will also be honored.
1899 NW Oath Street day were spiritually uplift. Ruby Handy, reporterThe The children will present a
Rev. O. W. Foster, pastor ing.Sunday women of New Bethel public Is always welcometo short program in honor of {ft
Saturday night at the parson May 12, Mother'sDay Missionary Baptist Church are worship with us during our Mother during the Sunday ;
age Sister Lillie Ross' group will he observed. Our now working In preparationfor regular services. There will bea School hour. '
vlll :sponsor a sale In the behalf children will be In charge of their sixth annual Women's Mother's Day program at the The 33rd anlversary of the 9
of our Women's Day drive the morning program. The Day. We would like the publicto church at 3 p.m. All are Invited church and pastor will be observed -
Women's Day activities are as speaker for the morning will come out and enjoy our ac out to the program. We were next week. The services
follows: be Miss Lenora Campbell. The tivities. Your souls would receive spiritually blessed throughoutour will be sponsored by the vari
Sunday, May 12th A children of the Sunday School blessings from good singIng services on last Sunday.. ous auxiliaries from Monday to
Mother's Day Tea at the home and Junior Church are sponsor. and preaching that would Our pastor preached out of his Thursday at 8 p.m. and a dlf- ,)
Ing by Rev. C. P. Preston and Ing a series of sales at the homeof bring the spirit of God in our soul. ferent pastor and his congregation
1301 NW 55th Terr. 4 to 6 p.m. Mrs. Verdelle Wright, please midst. The Rev. Savoy of will participate each
15 Preach members let us support our Grace Presbyterian Church and night. The
May public is invited.
Wednesday! ,
ing by Rev. C. P. Prestor and children. Ways and Means Com- his congregation will be withus The Church of God in Christ The celebration closes Sunday
mittee will meet Sunday, May render service Monday,
congregation of Peaceful Zion to 1809) NW nth Avenue May 10. o
12 at 5 Dinners are
Baptist Church. sold each p.m.Sunday at the church May 20.The Elder J. C. Jackson, pastor Tho Red Circle, Miss Maddie
Thursday, May 16 Preach- hall. Rev. H. V. Stuart of St. Nathaniel Thomas, reporter Harris, president, and Mrs. J,
ing. Speaker to be announcedlater. Mary's W. M. will be with us "IlleHHi'd is the family which Miriam Hepburn, director is t
to render service on May 22, I honors God." Psalm 128:1-0.: working hard to present Its

Friday, May 17 A musical FIRST BAPTISTRev with his wonderful congrega- With love to our mother on second annual "Talent Unlimit
program with various choirs of tion also. Mother's Day, May 12. all your ed" program Sunday afternoon,
the city. Also the crowning of W. M. Davis, pastor Please come out and enjoy good deeds, mother, be repaida May 10. Some of the most out-
Mrs. Antioch for 1963. Betty Wiley, reporter them with us as we make ready thousandfold;; and bring you standing young talents of tho
Sunday May 19 Speaker Although this is a belated for the occasion. Other meetIngs all the finest things a happylife community will appear, and two
Vann A. Toomer of Ft. Laud. I "thank you", we, the members are set also for the dates can hold. prominent young business personalities .
erdale. would like to express our appreciation that will be following. We are Our church was delighted to will bo honored.
Sunday night Panel discus- to those who participated planning 'grand and glorious have another wonderful tlmo
sion. Panelists are Mrs. Eliza- in the Women's Day time for the day that has been In the Lord on last Sunday.
beth Pittman, Miss Marie program Sunday, April 28. Dur- set aside for Mother's Day Sun Our pastor brought forth two MT. TABOR
White, Mrs. Thedford Johnsonand in this occasion Sister Smith day. Please come out and wor- beautiful messages. His ser Rev. P. S. Brown minister
Mrs. Callle Foster. Theme: was crowned "Miss First First ship with us throughout the mons and God praises were en Miss Dessle Crocket, reporter

"Christian Women Lifting as Baptist. Incidentally, Brother ,day. Remember the sick and joyed by all who attended.The Walt on tho Lord: be of good
They Climb in This Modern Smith was crowned "Mr. First shut-ins. Fifth Avenue ChoraJeers j and Ho shall
courage strength.
Age. naotlst" at the conclusion of rendered the music for the en fhlno heart Psalm 1)7..4'Tii'pe'
Monday night 13 The Men's Day. This Is what I call
May ; Rally is ;
day.Let progressing
M. B.
No. 2 usher board will close "togetherness. us remember Mother'sDay favorably. We take this methodto
their contest. The public is In- Sunday, being Mother's Day Rev. W. E. Sims, pastor on Sunday. Our church express our deep appreciation
ited to come out and worship let us not forget our wonderful Mrs. Ruby Lee Carr, reporterThe will be dedicated to all mothers. to the same wonderful-
with us. Pray for and visit the mothers. Moms The brethren will servo the working team Sisters
sick. that Mother's Day Is especially president of the Deaconesses feast on Sunday.We Wilkerson chairman- E.
s. Butler
nice for you Just filled with Sister Lily Ross along were proud to have Mr. and R. Muslin, co-chairmen; and,
MT. CALVARY BAPTIST lots of happiness and lots of with her entire board has plan. and Mrs. Edward Hightower all the captains
gladness too. And then we're' ned well In advance the orderof which are two former membersof during Woman's as they were

Phyllis Myers, reporter also hoping that this will helpto service Sunday in observance our church visiting us from Rally will terminate Day. Tho on Pew the \\I

The spirit was felt high in show we think of you more of Mother's Day. Start- the city of Louisiana. second Sunday In June Instead \
our services Sunday. Rev. Mc. lovingly than you can ever, ing Sunday School Sis, Ruby Worship together this week, of tho 4th Sunday in May as \
Griff rendered the message know. Lee Carr will be superintendentfor you need not walk alone. previously announced.
both morning and night. They God bless you mother.METROPOLITAN the day. All classes will be
were very inspiring. taught by women. Sis Essie BAHA'I ASSEMBLY Sunday May 12 there will boa '1,
AME Mae Bus will give the high- Fashions on Parade Tea. !
Sunday May 12, the Deacon-
ness Board will be sponsoringthe lights of the Sunday School les I Mrs. Marjorie Bach, former Friday night May 17, a
program for Mother's Day. Rev. J. J. Williams, pastor son. In the morning services member of the Chicago Opera Night of Fun In Hollywood
The guest speaker Is Rev. Simsof The Liberty Choir Union will Sis. Elizabeth Jackson, mis- Company, will speak at the 370!) SW 26th St.
Friendship' Baptist Church. pay tribute to Mothers in a tress of ceremonies; Sis. Agnes Baha'i Center 137 NW 11th Saturday, May 18, a Bedspread -
The public is Invited to come. great tributary Gospel program Smart will bring the occasion. Ave., Sunday, May 12. Raffle, 1435 NW 67th St.
We are praying for all our Sunday at Metropolitan 1778 Choirs 1 and 2 will render service Her subject will be: Religion: Sunday, May 19 an after service
sick members to have a speedy NW 69th St. Everyone is invited combined, with a full staff The of Civilization. The program.
recovery.We to attend and participate.All of women ushers for public Is cordially Invited to All things work together for
wish to extend a happy mothers are especially in- You are Invited to worship attend. Phone Secretary, FR good to those who love the
Mother's Day to all mothers. \ vited. Time 3 p.m. with us. 1-5420 for further Information. Lord.


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PAGE 12 SATURDAY, MAY 11,. 1963 I IN .MEMORIAL, I RANGE . Francis .

-.-..... l\J.- In. loving of o u r
memory NW 14th
of 2285 NW 71st Terr, 7500 Ct., died May 4.
.. dear husband, father and brother : died after a short illness. Sheis Remains were shipped to Cairo,

CARDS ... MEMORIALS r_, .." "'...... ... ..... . . '''"....:..__ John survived; four children by her her husband mother, Ga.Survivors for final include rites and a brother burial.

,......, and father, Mr. and Mrs. Al- I Isaac Headley of Cairo; severalnieces
phonso Lawson; four sisters, and nephews and other
MEMORIAM Marva, Katrina Lucille and relatives
Sharon Lawson and a brother,
I family of the l late I In loving memory of our dear Alphonso Jr Services Satur- Baby Boy Hood and Baby
'. mother, a day 10 q.n!. at the First Baptist Girl Hood, twins of Mr. and
m. :MRS. IRENE NEWMANwho Church of Brownsville with Mrs Henry Hood of 2959 NW

departed this life May 7, Rev Davis officiating. She will 58th St., died May 6. Graveside
1958. Five years have passed, be on view in the chapel 2 p.m. services held Friday.
I mother dear, since God has Friday.
na called you home to be withof m'V CARL EUGENE CHANEY
yoHim infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
x,,. in heaven. We often sit Chaney of 501 NW 4th Ave.
and think of you when we're apt. 206 died May 2. Graveside
alone for memory is the only services held Monday.
thing that grief can call its own.
Your life is a beautiful mem 4 w MRS., CATHERINE A. PEDI-
ory, your absence a silent grief; CAN of 1G01 NW 5th Ave. died
sleep on in peace. May 7. Services Monday at 10:30:
Sadly missed by your children am. at St. Agnes Episcopal
: Church with the Ven. John E"
Hazel C. Saunders and Culmer officiating. Survivors
Include three brothers five sisters
Frank Newman -
an uncle.
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the family of the late, I who departed this life May 12, 1810 NW 4th Ct., died May 6.
RANDOLPH BROWN 19C2. Services Saturday, 2 p.m. at
wish to express our sincere "What a friend we have in the Church of Christ, 1263 NW
thanks to the many friends and Jesus 67th St. Elder J. M. Martin, officiating -
n'n. neighbors that sent cards, tele- All our pains and griefs to Remains will lie in
AMELIA CLARKE I grams, flowers. And those who bearl! repose at the chapel beginning
wish to take this method to rendered service during the What a privilege to carry, 5 p.m. Friday. Survivors include -
thank the many friends, neigh- ame of our bereavement. Everything to Him in her husband, Ivory, a
bors, co-workers and friends' Special thanks to Richardson's prayer! daughter, Mrs. Helen Holt,
for their acts of kindness and, Funeral Home. Special thanksto I Gone, but not forgotten.Mrs. three brothers, Andy Simmons

condolences rendered duringour Rev. E T. Graham of Mt. Geraline Lewis wife Willie and Lee Simmons; two
period of bereavement. Zion and all auxiliaries of the Mrs. Ann Sandfure of 260 NW sisters, Mrs. Carrie Smith' and
Mrs. Wallace
Especially do we say thanksto church who rendered their ser-. Francena 7th St., apt. 6, died May 7. She Mrs. Janie Lot.
Rev. Theodore Gibson, rector vice so faithfully. Special daughter was a resident of this area for
Shedrach Lewis
of Christ Episcopal Church, thanks to Mrs. L. Doles of Rev. brother, six years. She is survived by RUFUS W. DANES of 251
and the Bain Funeral Homo for Douglas School and the six Prince Lewis brother her husband, Henry; her NW pith Terr., died May 5.
services rendered.To grades A. and B. May God bless David Lewis ,brother parents, Elder and Mrs. John- Services will be held Saturday,
each and everyone who all of you. son. Services will be Monday, 10 a.m. at St. Peter's African
aided and assisted us in any way 130: p.m. at St. John Baptist Orthodox Church with Canon
we humbly say "thank you" Church with Rev Thedford Charles Cooper officiating. The
and may God bless you all. CARD OF THANKSThe CARD OF THANKSWe Johnson officiating. She will body will be on view in the

Alexander Clarke, Sr. be on view from 1 p.m. Sunday chapel 3 p.m. Friday. Survivorsare
family l of the late the of the late
I ,
And Family his wife, Mallssa, of NYC,
--_......_--_._- NORWOOD MCLAUGHLINwish a daughter' Mrs. Thelma E.

r IN MEMORIAMIn to thank the many friends SETH GRANT of 2545 NW Green of NYC, a friend, Mrs.
and neighbors for cards, tele- 51st St., died at his home May Easter Thornton; six grand-
sad but loving memory of grams, lowers, and all other 6. He was a well known resident children.
our dear husband and father, kindness rendered during their of this area. He is sur-
JOSH McCULLOUGHwho hours of bereavement. Special vived by his wife, Catherine.... a
departed this life May 14, thanks to Rev. Green and mem- daughter, Pauline Glover; two Albert . .
1947. /oei of Alt. Zion AME Churchof sisters, Gladys Solomon and
Gone, but not forgotten. Sad i Opalocka] and to the Houseof Margaret Moss, a sister-in-law, MRS. BEULAH MAE TILL-
ly missed by, Albert. May God bless you Selma Wardroe; a cousin Atha- MAN, 1221 NW 52nd St., died
Mrs. Maude McCullough all lie Williams; a niece Alveda April 2.... Her survivors include
wife The Family i Moss Services Saturday, 4 p.m. two daughters, Lois and Mar-
Mrs. Mary Bowles, at Trinity CME Church with cella; parents, Mr. and Mrs.
daughtere, Teaneck, N. J. Rev. Brown officiating. He will John Griffin, two sisters Mrs.
J, C. McCullough, son CARD OF THANKSThe Ill on view 2 p.m. Friday. Lottie Gunn and Mrs. Maudell
New York City I James. Services conducted at St.
Mary's Baptist Church May 2.
t family of the late. I
1780 NW 09th Terr. died at
S -'- home May 5. She was a long- of
sad but loving memory of time resident of the city having 927 NW 5th Ave, died April
our dear mother, sister and come here in 1918. She is sur 22 and was funerallzed April
grandmother, vived 29 in the chapel.
by her husband, Albert;
son Harrison
a Gregory two
8 1949. MRS HATTIE MOORE diedat
passed on May daughters, Norlene Aranha and
May she rest in peace and Doretha Harrison; ten grand home, :3450 NW 212th St.
:nay light perpetual shine upon 1 o children, one great grand, one April 25. Several nieces and
her. MR. LIVINGSTON BURROWSwho Sister Her services will be Sat cousins, including Mrs. Julia
Martha Clark, daughter passed from life on April urday 10 a.m. at the Church of Seay survive. Services conducted -
Charles C. Russell, son 23, and was laid to rest on The Incarnation with Father May 4 at Bethel Pentecostal -
Louis and Cyril Fisher April 27, wish to express I Jones officiating She will be Church, Bishop B. F. Car-
Urothers thanks and appreciation to all in repose from 2 p.m. Friday. ter, pastor.
Dora Robinson, sister who shared our sorrow by acts, a
Dorothy Alexander, words and deeds of kindness I MRS. LILLIAN SMITH, a
grand daughter Juring our days of grief. Miamian for more than 35 years
Vera Anderson, Special thanks to Rev J. who resided at 5834 NW 7th PI.,
grand daughter 13. Blacknell, officers and mem aunt of Bernard Ingraham as
bers of St. James AME Church, ] well as several other nieces,
fiunche Park Elementary 4 and nephews, died April 25:
IN School, Carver High, the neigh. Services held May 4 at St.
loving memory of our bors of NW 69th Terr and the Mary"sV. M. Church, Rev.
dear beloved mother Stuart, pastor A sister and two
.-woi' ,,_........_._.....-._....,......-"" -..-.. Han Signed o Funeral: Home. brothers also survive.

Mrs Ida Burrows, wife
Merfean ROBERT NASH, 167 SW 4th
Irma ,
Mesdames Alison Smith SELVEN THOMPSONwho St., Homestead, died April 26.

Taylor and Ella Mae passed away April 29, 1963 Services Homestead.Saturday His survivors, 2:30: p.m.area In

Wyche, daughters and was. laid to rest May 4 '. close" friend, C. B. Baker
gcf _
wishes to thank the many '
friends and acquaintances for t Baby Girl McNair daughterof
1 + their cards, letters, flowers, Mrs. Ruth Lee McNair,
loving memory of our dear' telegrams and all other kind 1613 NW 6th Ct., died April 23.
mother, -grandmother and sister gestures of sympathy during Graveside services held April
their hours 'of bereavement. 30.
MRS ZENOBIA SAWYERwho Special thanks to Elder Cook

departed this life May 5, and his congregation of the ,. .
I \4 'RCe 1002 Refuge Church of Christ in man; two sisters, Janet Lang-
One year has passed since Perrine, Range Funeral Home ford and Georgia Ann Ham. I
you left us. and the Apostolic Singers for Services will be announced.She .
Life will never be the same, the very fine service rendered. Mrs. Deborah Hicks of 2440 was a member of St. Pohn
Each flower and leaf may Again thanks to all. NW 60th St. died May 7 in Jack Baptist Church.
wither son Hospital after a short ill-
Each evening sun may set, Mrs. Mae ThompsonAnd ness. She is survived by her ROSCOE GASKIN a residentof
But the hearts that loved you Family husband, Ed Hicks, photographer this area for over 17 years
dearly as well as several otherrelatives. died May 4. He is survived by
Are the ones that will never Services will be Tuesday his widow Vera; four sisters
i ...... ..._ MT. OLIVE BAPTIST
at James
-'- forget. St. AME Church Mary Gaskins, Vernall James
,. ANNIE BELL THOMPSON Mrs. Jennie Milton, 14120 NW 24th Ave. with ''ReV. J. B. Blacknell officiating Doris Smith and Annie Mae
,. daughter New York She will lie in Paulhill; five brothers Rudolph,
: this life May. 5, Rev. Otis Munday, pastor
i' 1'1 ,who departed Mrs. Edna Sawyer, Sis. Ethel Gant, reporter the chapel 1 p.m. Monday. Charlie, L. C., Samuel and
1961. daughter New York Thomas. Also his mother, Mrs.
.. Your life is a silent grief. Mrs. Susan Davis, Sunday School L' gins at 10 MRS. NETTIE MAE HOW- Ola Gaskin a step daughter,
.;Your absence a by children daughter Key West a.m.{ morning service 11 a.m. ARD, of 3096 NW 52nd St., died Ellen and stepson, Henry and
missed your
Sadly Mrs Camille Dames, to 1 p.m.; evening service 3 p.m. May 9. She is survived by her several grandchildren. His services -
: Claudia Jasper daughter, Miami -Prayer meeting Thursday 7:30: husband, Joe; two foster child- will be Saturday at 2 p.m.
', II; t' Mrs.' son-in-law Bernell Sawyer, son a.m. at Deacon and Sister Gant ren, Tyrone and Adelle; two in the chapel with Rev. F. L.
::1. 'V" '. Geo, Jasper Thompson Mrs. Sarah Curry, sister 2140 Rutland St. Come. out and brothers, Sammy Redman and Smith officiating. He will be
I. ;! Lawrence Thompson And grandchildren pray with us. his wife Eva, and Andrew Red- in repose 2 p.m. Friday.


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down payment Small monthly County
FOR RENT payment Call for appointment MECHANIC, age 55 wants permanent gardner, yards
to show. Call Herb, Fenster News \ ,, Job, 5 or 5% days a wanted at reasonable price.
FURNISHED or unfurnishedapt. Realty, 12GO NW 62nd St i
bedroom r week 35 years experience. All Phone OX 1-7988 or 690-3248
in Opa-locka area 1- 9-8779. !: ,
unfurnished. $15 week, 2- 1Valtrtyllowe kinds or'cars, tractors and 2152 NW, 04th St.

bedroom unfurnished. $18, 1. LOT, located at 47th St. between I trucks. All kinds of small mot-
bedroom furnished $21, 2-bed- 29th and ors. Also welder. Call EARN MORE
30th Ave. Extra a, TW MONEY! Let us
rooms furnished $25. Call Mic- ,.... _ _
king Rental Agency. NE 40500. large. Price $3,900. Call PL i'4UU:: : : I!:!' "" 4-8723. Broomes Garage, MainSt. counsel with you about a bet-

Indilfi&DKOOM daily 4-3957 any time after 5 Jl p.m. The Mother's Day programat ., Chatsworth, N. J. Jl ter living plan! Part time, full
Central Baptist Church will I time, no experience necessary.
furnished apt. All 33108th be held Sunday at 3 p.m. Come 531 NW''.2nd Ave. Monday thru
utilities, downtown area. $18 efficiency St. $05 down out and see our youth on pa- I WOULD- LIKE to rent or buya Saturday 8:30: a.m.
$13. Call Mickins Ren- $0,500. Newly painted large bedroom rade. ,The speaker will be Mrs. tent 20x40. It could lie larger -
tal Agency. NE 4-0500. Indf living room kitchen, Elizabeth Jolly-Parson. The BARBER 5100 NW 32nd Ave.
screened porch, carport, also or smaller. Call G34-3177 Bertha Full time
Junior Church: will be in charge. or Saturday. Call NE
BEDROOM HOUSE. Nice big sman rear house UN G-7229. Mrs. E. J< Clark, directress Lee. 4-9172.
lot. $20 week. Also' Mr. [Wilson, OX 1-G1GG..

house $12,50 week. Call Satur- The women of Central Baptist
day. 22CO NW G2nd St. C88-4825. NICE LOT in Fort Lauderdale, Church are working toward FORD
M18 call NW FR 7th Court, lot 30, block 30, their goal for Woman's Day,, REAL ESTATE SPECIALS
11006. the fourth Sunday in June.,
NEW HOUSE, couple preferred LOVELY Mrs. Evelyn Johnson chair- We have over 300 homes to choose from in Liberty
with no chUdr l1. 2300 NW csth: CBS Big Florida man; Mrs. Rowena Wield cochairman City,. Manor Park and Opa-locka. We help you with
flt. Cnit o* 1-1030. Is room, tile roof, awnings, house ;; Rev. E. J. Clark, the, financing., See us today.:
The nicest one pastor; Z Newbold, reporter.
CLEAN on the block. $.100 down and 1.3079 N.W. 55th Street 'v'
room for $83 $495 down
month. Life
woman 109l NW 55th Terr. NW 7th Ave. PL Realty 9-4371., Open 4932 Charity Ladies Club recently 3-bedroom, 2 bath CBS home. Like new. Large

.Call 754-0515. after G p.m. Sunday and evenings. hold! its second anniversary rooms, real nice.
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at Central Baptist We 2-1286 N.W. 59th Street $200 down $65 month
BROWN SUB area (new) two BEST BUY CBS wish to thank the pastor, offi- ,
bedrobni apt. Oak floors, tile room, awnings- fenced, Florida cers, memlkrs and friends for Nice clean CBS home. Good for small family.
bath, 2 large bedrooms, built in heat, appliances., $300 down, central and making it! :a successful one. 3-Duplex: with Florida room $400 down

ovell anti rahge, large refrlger- SCO. month. Life Realty, 4932 Mrs. E. Robinson, president; S. One side furnished. Near bus and shopping. Ask
8.1119.FIVE atop} 8l93. NW C9th St. Call HI YW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. Newton, reporter, for Miss Lee for this one.

QUALIFYING The 4-1737 N.W. 47th Terrace $1,500 down
Charity Ladies Club entertained
ROOM Duplex
bungalow house. $500 down and move in. Both a group of patientsat Beautiful duplex. Live on one side, rent the
All modern conveniences. Located apartments have bedrooms and Florida State Hospital on other side. Half block from bus line and shopping
near two bus lln?s. 32G8 are fully furnished. Lot is Friday, April 20. A delicious
' NW 46th St. For further information large and runs right into Manor extra repast was: served to about 75 We will trade in your old home or empty lot
I call OX 13523. Park. Life Realty. 4032 NW 7th patients, followed by group-

, "" ....... ----.-..--- Ave. PL 0-4371. Open Sunday. singing_ and_ instrumental musical .
wvr,"J."J.lI; NCY apt., fur- selections it was a pleasure Brand new 3-bedroom' homes for sale
nished. Located at 3208 NW NO QUALIFYING 3-bcd- to bring a little cheer to these
46th St. For further Informa- room CBS in heart of Manor shut-ins. Please join us on our
tion please call OX 13523. 'ark Florida room, fenced, ap next visit. We have 15 locations $500 down

nuances, 3 air conditioners.
EFFICIENCIES spacious, air $500 down. Life Realty, 5032 Attcks High School chorus
conditioned ahd furnished. NW 7th ave. PL 94371. Open will be guest singers this Sunday
OUltH! neighborhood. adults only. Sundays.NO at 11 a.m. at New Mace-
Call PL 780 N.W.. 55th Street $15 week
8-9505, 1210 NW 77th donia Baptist Church 2201 SW

Terr alter 5 p.m. QUALIFYING Lovely! 48th Ave., West Hollywood, One bedroom apartment for rent. Quiet buildingNo
Florida room, 2-car garage ful- Rev. N. It. Phillips,, pastor.
57th FURNISHED.St. ROOM 1986 NW 'v fenced, in heart of Manor children
Call NE 3-G291. Park. $500 down and $85 month The PTA of Chester A Moore

Ufe Realty 4932 NW 7th ave. Elementary School I Is sponsorIng 'Til
Mtedroom? apt. Every p.m.
Private 94371. Open Sundays. the North Dade High School
quiet area reasonable drama group in a three-net Open Saturday and Sunday
ster month only. Call Herb, Fen- MUST SEE Pretty CBS in play at Attucks High, May 10
PL 0.8779.FURIS Realty. 12GO NW 02nd. St. Stephens Manor. Garage, tile at 8 p.m.Because.
-oof appliances J nice yard. $.'00 of its theatrical Ford Realty Inc.
sown and $G8 a month. Life abilities, this cast has made
age Private 1-bedroom, gar- (Uealty, 4932 NW 7th ave. PL numerous appearances throughout ,

neat,apt.$60_per month.entrance Call Herb.real 1-1371.' Open Sundays. Dade County. Just? recently 569 N.W. 54th Street PL 7-2559
Fenster this I group .captured the) attentuon _
Realty, 12GO NW G2nd J' -
St. PL 0-8770. 1318 NW (58th St. Price $3,000 of ana held Rpellboundduring I 'I
Tfter $1,800 down payment, one of its! performances,
2BEDROOM HOME. ''vill accept torm!=! $50! ( a month, a very large audience at Florida -
Complete. newly painted large bedroom ( A and M University.
ly furnlaheU. rooms, WE BUY AND SELL ANYTHING
QUIet area. Owner
will living room kitchen Since this group Is making
Call rent Herb by month, only $100. arport, screened porch small its first and one night only Refrigerators Stoves Furniture
1260 N Realty, ear house also. UN G-7229. Mr. appearance in Broward ,
62nd St. PL 9-8779. Wilson, OX 1-GlGO. you and your friends Count Wringer Washers Baby Cribs Freezer
make it a must to see and en-
For FURNISHED APT. with yard. CUSTOM BUILT deluxe duplex, Joy the best dramatic produc- HIGHEST PRICES PAID0
information call OX 1.2426. ? bedrooms each side. Tile tion given anywhere outside

S18 fiaths, beautifully danscaped. 3 Broadway itself when they pre -
PER WEEK. Six room unfurnished 'ears young all electric kit- sent "The Miracle Worker, a
house, stove and refrigerator -hens. Small down payment. story of blind Helen Keller. I ROYAL FURNITURE
free gas and water. "' HA or conventional term1 To Reserved seats are availableat
C043 NW 24th Ave. tee call the owner, 631-6333. a low cost. For reserved
seats you may call WA 2-2655 5861 N.W. 27th Ave. Call 633-3986
l-BKDUOOM APT. Furn. Free ORGEOUS 3-1J droom homen or YU 0- .12G.

Xvatcr- and elec. NE 5-9G7G. best area Low down pay .
.,ent Move right in. See 4115 A Community Girls' Club was
St.EFFICIENCY APT. NW filth W 11th place. Owner WI organized on Sunday, May 5 at FOR SALE: .
near 27th Ave. the
Partly fur- V9886. Chamber of Commerce
nished. Call NE 40127.) Building. Girls between the 1995 N.W. 48th Street

+DR 0 J.OOO! TOTAL. Only $250 down. ages of 10-16 are invited to Join. 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, with extra lot. Corner,
private i unfurnished apt., We have three nice ones to Mrs. Elizabeth Williams Fort completely fenced. As low as $85 month.
entrance, no children, 'hoose from. Manor Park area. Lauderdale, State Supervisor of
$20 Clinic a week. Inquire T,Yeager< *74 a month pays nil. A. Ben- Girls' Clubs, installed officers 4762 N.W. 21st Avenue
, 1177 NW 62nd St. Korl, Realtor. 711' NW f H2nd St. and assisted us in our planning. 4 bedrooms, 2 baths with extra lot Corner
Nltes PL 9-5533. Days PL 43131. I Next meeting fa to U! held at
LOVELY Ideal for
1-bedroom furnished the home of Miss L. Glover, completely fenced. $80 per month.

children.apartment. $18 per week. No LOVELY HOME[ with cottagefor 3800 SW 28th St., 3:15: p.m. on church or beauty parlor.

per week.Also CBS- homes $22 income or In-laws, or large Sunday, May 20. Mrs. S. J.... Call Arthur Solomon PL 1-7492
/ family. CBS spotless, only $600 Newton, supervisor.The ', THE KEYES CO.

p. 1459 NW 5th Ave. Room for 'Iown.Manor Florida Park Call and me garage., A. senior usher board of 234 Biscayne Blvd., Realtors FR 1-3592
kitchen privileges, fully Hen-Kori, Realtor, 714 NW 02ndSt. the New Macedonia Baptist
I., new building rea Nltes PL 9-5533. Days PL Church, located at 2201 SW
;sonable. 4-3131. 48th Ave., in Carver Ranches,
Is sponsoring a sightseeing tourto
FURNISHED ROOMS. Man MUST SELL Key West on June 30. Buses
preferred. Call 7578081. Brand will leave the church promptlyat
new, 3-bedroom, 2baths.
Move right in No qualifying. 8:30: a.m. The fare It $//J.OO 6325 NW 22nd Court
ROOM. Couple or single Phone 1812 NW 48th St. Owner, WI round trip. All reservations
6310672. 5-0886. must be paid for by June 2. Must sell very cheap, 4 bedrooms, newly painted,

l. J -..- "" .... .... ......... ........ "" "" ................. ........ ........ ............., There Persons will living he no in refunds.the Miami tile bathroom, in excellent condition. $300' down

NORTHERN JOBS area may reserve their seats monthly payments: $75.00 ..1'
by contacting Mrs. Minnie
Brown, 000 NW 00th St., PL '
live-in job available 1.5623 \3 33BEDROOM
or J. W. Wilson 2310 NW Ir.
Maids, mother's helpers, cooks, house keepers, 162nd St., Opa-locka, NA 4-7018. CBS
couples, etc. No deposit, no registration fee Broward County residents may :
contact Mr A. C. Henderson, 3357 NW 49th Street - .. I IL
TRANSPORTATION ADVANCED 3840 SW 25th' St., YU 3-2856( or

Cleveland Phillip 4030 SW 28th $250 down, tile bath We will like
World Wide Employment Agency St., YU 0-3154. This tour has room. repair new.
Terrazzo floors modern house. $75
been carefully planned and you monthly payments.

1307 NW 3rd Avenue FR will be entertained from the .
3-5755 time of departure until the hour FR 1-1493 Evenings UN 6-6886
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:I BTW School NewsThe I I Bethune Holds Gala Color Day

Color Day at Bethune Elementary On May 9, the Area "J" Curriculum .
Junior Choral Society I School on April 26, Council met at Be
will present "A Spring Musical" wag a gala celebration. The thune. At this meeting the
Thursday May 16 at 7:45: p.m. queen, Nadine Alexander, and, group evaluated the .
in the auditorium. Student ad. program for the year and
mission is ony 25 cents; adults the king, John McMinn, were made plans and recommendations -
50 cents. The Society will pre- crowned for the day's reign In for the school term 1D631064. .
sent such numbers as Jacob's a morning coronation assembly, Our own Mrs. Mazie Edge
Ladder, "I Hear a Voice a-pray- to the strains of the Trium- was hostess to the group.
ing Lord," and many others. phant March from "Aida." Chosen Congratulations to
vote from fieldof our recent
by popular a
Seniors are busier than ever. 20 sixth and fifth grade can- school winners in the annual
: Already "The Tornado" (year didates, they and their court Spelling Bee Contest: First
book) has been issued. Thereare were splendid. The out-of-doors grade, Michael McQueen (Mrs.
u still a few left. One is cautioned dance and other physical education Kemp's Class); second grade,
>" .( to secure his copy now activities began on the Gerald Mills Mrs. Welter); 3rd
. ,t: for tomorrow may too late. The grounds at 1 p.m. grade, Lynn Campbell (Mrs.
.''. \ Tornado sells for 400. Walker); 4th grade, Anette
Square dancing, stunts and Washington (Mrs. Symonette);
The faculty and students are tumbling:! folk dancing, track 5th grade, John McMinn (Mrs.
. ., ,.iJ ,.r.. invited to visit the industrialarts drill and majorettes were but a Black) and 6th grade, Joan ,
:" .ff! <, ';pr. ; shops where students are few of the numerous presentations Campbell, (Mrs. Blount.). J
.fi. :. ::' :: .: busy completing special projects .
... : > . : for the Annual IndustrialArts The sixth graders are prepar.
t <'K' ,. ''41"! i : Show which will lie held Mr. Norris Bobb and Mrs. ing for their annual school
:. '.,'f'"J\.,... t;:; I this year at BIscayne Kennel Barbara Allen, physical educa- closing program to be presented I
." : :' ,. ,. .,', : : :r' Club, May 15-18. Among many tion instructors, are to be commended on May 29. All parents and
:, ,1 working' on projects are Glenn for such excellence. friends are invited.
Taylor Michael Abrams, JamesReddick Mrs. Jacquelyn Crosby and Mr. The Committee.
Rudolph Hammit, Jinv Willie Wright are to take bows Publicity
mie Simpson, Harold Brown, for the Junior Majorette and e << i
Willie Buchannon, Carey Ghol- drill performances. Mrs. Sylvia
.. ston, Alfred Oliphant and Rolle, was this year's coordina.tor. Beginning June 22
".1'0',< James Blackman. "Summer in the Arts"
'" 6 Saturday $15 7th FREE'
Congratulations go to Delores
Music dance
Lanier for third or
Countywide winning in the 1963 adver-place Dave at and the many dance.others Admission will appear Register during May (Sat.)

BTW Thespians Get UM tising with her contest.sponsor Delores will attend, along a I is only 35 cents. The dance will FINE ARTSCONSERVATORY y
I start at 7:30: p.m. instead of 8
I II dinner held at the Dupont Plaza
I Hotel where she will be pre- I p.m. 615 NW 60th St. 757-1351
Return EngagementWhen sented her award. Laurasteen. Thompson, reporter I
Andrea Griffin, a junior has
the Booker T. Washing. I Patricia Reeves as First Girl;I been chosen as representativeof
ton Thespian Troupe presentedthe and Joseph Pace as Life. Othersin the Dade County Chapter of
play, "Slave With Two the cast are Theresa Lewis, the American Red Cross to attend Without ObligationCareCraft
Faces" at the Drama Festivalat Leslie Brown, Clarence Culler, the National Red Cross
the University of Miami in McArthur Stephens, Phyllis Conference held in Philadelphia. '
March, the audience was so im Myers, Reginald Burton, John Andrea was accompanied by School for Nurses Aids
pressed that the troupe has Burroughs Linda McCray JoAnn Nelson Adams, principal of
Veen asked to do a return engagement McMillian, GwendolynFisher Dunbar Elementary School.
of the play. David Hunt, and Corine Fall and Winter Classes Now FormingTen
Shivers. Graduation exercises of the
The play will open Thursday, Nursery School will be held in Weeks Course Day or Night
May 10, and run through Saturday The play is directed by Leroy the auditorium at 7:30: p.m. Fri.
May 18. Curtain time is Washington, drama instructorat day, May 10. Come and hear REGISTER NOW
8 p.m. in the Ring Theatre on DTW.I the tots express themselves.

the .University of Miami's campus The Alumni Association will 141 N.E. 3rd Ave., Rm. 1204 FR 97357For
sponsor the dance Saturday
Tickets may be purchased by I Is .................... I May 11. Such stars as Sam and
I calling the Ring Theatre, MO .
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Places Second in SATURDAY, MAY 11, 1963 PAGE 15

Foreign Study Grant County ContestMarva

High School French teacher, Scott sophomore at State Teachers Board MeetsThe
a National Education Defense High, won second placein
Act LanguageInstitute to the Annual County-wide Ad. Board of Directors of the convention, the constitution
study this summer at the University vertising Essay Contest, spon- the Florida State Teachers Association : and the organizational chart
of Rennes, France. sored by the Ad Club of Greater discussed future plans were made during the meeting
Miss Tolbert of Miami. Awards to county win for the organlation In Tallahas. I of the board.

Richmond Heights; who has ,ners shall be presented at a see recently at state headquarters. I Dr. Gilbert L. Porter, execu-
banquet at the
taught in the Dade County sys Dupont' Plazaon tive secretary, reported on
tem for the past two years, Marva Wednesday Is to, be May 22. Aired on a full day agendawere membership, sale of bonds and
was the receiver of the Insti- by her mother Mrs.accompanied plans for the delegates to the Improvement program. The
the NEA convention In Dallas. status of the legislative pro-
Scott and her
English teacher
"i ya tute.With a group of 59 other par. Mrs. Evelyn Counts. The group also discussed tho gram was told to the body by
ticipants, Miss Tolbert will As the automatic first place] I criteria for holding office in 'Jack Stevens, assistant executive -
leave New York in June where winner in her school an additional the TEST and the May Planning secretary of the Florida
Conference to be held at Education Association, W. E.
she will journey by Over- award
an of $25 shall be
Uetnune Cookman College In Combs: chairman, D. E. Williams
to the historic
seas Expressway presented to the young contes-
Daytona Beach, May 11. Scholarship and Loan
capital of Brittany. tant
during a special school assembly -
Committee remarks
reports, conven-
The classes will 1 evolve on May 14.
around group tours to the Mona Bethel, a sophomore tion costs, financed status of C. Sullivan of Mays High t
South and Southwest, and shall receive the second place the organization, evaluation of represented) District Ten.

weekend excursions. award. Thir place winner, Carol --- --- --- ---
Miss Tolbert, daughter of Ann Davis, is also a tenth grad.
Mr. end Mrs. P. W. Tolbert of I
er.Honorable Music Teacher
Charleston S. C is one of five mention certlflca- Dorsey to

4flt ...--..-. -i children all engaging or plan. cates shall be presented to Per-
ing engaging in activities of kin Burney and Alvin Mattl-
on I
The of Saint! Catherine in
f Study Norway
of St. Paul, Minnesota\ laic higher learning. son, both of whom are graduating
She is a member of the Mor- seniors.
last week granted to a Mays
ris Street Baptist Church of William S. Johnson will studyat

-- .,. the University of Oslo in
--- ------ - Charleston, associate memo
ber the s'C'1 1 of the Open An Evening* of Norway this summer. lIe has

Dorsey Band In Door of Miami and the YWCA. been appointed to train and
She is affiliated with profes Music at MaysThe
Concert conduct the Summer
ThursdayThe University's
sional organizations and is a
Music Department of School Chorus at the university. .
member of Delta Sigma Theta
Mays High School is presenting"An
Dorsey:; Junior H 1 g h Sorority. Mr Johnson will sail I
School liana Evening of Music" May r
will present Its
Sixth Annual: 15 at 8 p.m. in the school's and from New York on June 30
Filing! Concert
itorlum. This program: will fea aboard the s.s Stavengcrfjonl.
Thursday, May 10 at 8 p.m. in HOMESTEAD SCHOOLOur
the school auditorium. ture the Mays High Concert
At the close of the session
The members of the 65 piece school had it's May Day Band, String Orchestra, Dance
he will visit Denmark
Festivities! 3 Orchestra, Intermediate Wind Copenhagen,
symphonic band are proud of I on May In the
their musical performances. cafetorium due to inclement] Ensemble, Beginning Band, and Stockholm, Sweden and
The highlight of their achievements weather. This celebration was the Swinging Sheppards Combo. Hclslnski, Finland'
\vn* reached during the most colorful with the tiny Several outstanding band
Mr. Johnson Is choral director
Count '-wlde Junior High Umd first graders plaiting, the May- compositions will be performed t
at Junior II 1 h
fonival held at the Hialeah Pole. by the Mays High Concert Dorsey g
I School and minister of music
Municipal auditorium At this Crowning of the May Queen Band. These selections include
at: Church of the Open Door.
performance the band wa? complimented ,I Linda Williams s the basic Ernest Caneva's arrangementof
He earned collegiate degree
I attraction. In addition there Cavallcrla Rusticana (Fan -
by Dr. Howard Doo- ,
lln, supervisor of music in were numerous other social tasy,) Franz. Von Suppe's Poet In music at Flsk University _
and the master of music _
Dade County and Dr. Ernest i I gaieties and stunts and tumbles. and Peasant, Rossini s William
c Icgreo at the University of In-
Tell (Finale and Arthur Ben
Harris, head of the instrumental The PTA sponsored its sec- ), liana
music department Teachers ond annual Seasonal Tea on jamin's Jamaica Rumba
College, Columbia University, Sunday, April 21, in the cafe- Mr. Aldln Everette will con
for their splendid: musical per. toruim. The four seasonal duct the Mays concert band,
formances. tables were decorative and eye- and Eric }Knight will conduct
Featured during the concert catching. The program Included the String orchestra. Central Life Insurance Co. of Florida

will be a flute solo by Linda reading and vocal and Instrumental -

Adams and a trombone solo by selections. Charles YOUIl ritlKNDI.Y. : (:()MI I I'//\N V"
Jake Riley, both members of Weir, our music Instructor, Spelling Bee We trust this will
the band. Some other selec- furnished: organ music for the serve as an incentive for Maryto MODERN AND ATTRACTIVE POLICIES FROM
tions that will ba rendered are: occasion. become Dade County's top $1,000.00 UP TO $50,000.00
Overture For Wlpds, "Sche- This tea afforded a delightful/ speller in the future.N. .
herazade" "First Swedish Rhap afternoon for everyone In at- L. Bethel, principal. Whole] Life Endowment Educational
sody" and "Joshua." tendance.Mrs. .
Donation to the concert will Ida M. Robinson is PTA Mortgage Redemption
be $1.00 for adults and 60 cents president and Mrs. Alice M. DR. M. RADIN Retirement Combination Hospital
for students. Clark, a third grade teacher Hundny 10 a.m. 12 noon
was general chairman for this General Practice And Home

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Is proud of Mary Elizabeth Phone 374.1419 Family Group Plan
Spellers Tops Lee, the only Negro In the 5th. Open dally 0:30: 1 p.m.
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During a recent Spelling Bee finals in the Miami Herald] Age Insured Under One Policy

Contest held between the Opa- New-Borns Insured 15
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10.000 State Teachers Plan Improvement Program I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA.

PAGE 16, SATURDAY MAY 11, 1963
12 Centers to qualified tp teach,. and ignore and its personnel will include
ance of proper channels of com- writers, lecturers, and re- n t. 'O ,;1)D CI G Ci!'J """

munications and of ways in searchers.
Distribute which to use these channels ef The members of the lorida LOOKING THE . .
fectively to accomplish legiti- State Teachers! Association
Florida State Teachers mate,, professional ends. (TEPS) Teacher Educationand
Association is initiating a pro Professional Standards
Dr. Porter said that a 16- SPORTS WORLD: OYER'By
fessional improvement programfor member Professional improve- Commission along with the ;
Its 10,000 teachers announced ment Program Advisory Com- county presidents will coordi-
Dr. Gilbert ,L. Porter, mittee is being asked to serve. nate the program 'at the local'level. '>
executive secretary of t'h e The advisory committee will One or more 'reading cen- LEO ;ARMBniSEi;
FSTA. consist. of ranking leaders in ters will be set up in each
education on a national and county or school unit whereby GO 00"" CUU'Hi a cuo GO" In 01 Ci IHHiOO a.., 1
Dr. Porter stated that such teachers will get assistance in
state One of the functions
a program Is needed in orderto of this committee will We preparing for examinations.Dr. Count Basie Rocks
aid the state's Negro teachers -
in professional improvement to recommend people on a national Porter said that the pro-
He pointed out that a and state level who gram goes into effect as soon
would be in position to render in New YorkThe
Florida law passed in 1961 requires service. as enough money is made avail
new teachers to make at able by the 10.000 state teach. ,
least a score of 500 on the National There will be 12 or more ers. Each teacher is asked to weekend hop to Math -
Teachers Examination. centers set up statewide to help contribute $10 for the program hattan 'to attend the retioWn be the bei H101aryi of !some! very
The law also requires In. in disseminating informationto The Professional Improvement Florida Ball Was a combined competent i this yean
service teachers to score 600 our membership. These' cen- Program is the, new entertaining gild social event Other officer are Roy Befit-
or better on the NTE to qualify, ters will be located within .less name for the old "Crash Pro- that afforded the getting together ley,; vide president! Clyde;
for Increase in than of friends arid tiled Young, recordltig secretary J
an salary. two hours of driving time gram. renewal of many.many acquaint nc 's. Leo Finder, financial secretary j;

"This Is not only a state Hundreds of migrated Miami- Ernest Hayes, tournament director -
problem" he pointed out, "help ans now making residence in <<:; -; :Kelly C.' Wilson, publicity
is needed on a .national level I the Big City turned out to have director.
for our teachers. We are mainly fun and enjoy themselves At the close of the meeting'club
Interested in the Florida Ne swinging anq jumping to the '
trophies' won in the annual -
gro teachers and we are launch. tantalizing sounds of the incomparable -
I tournament
were presented -
.ing a program to help them," Count' :Basle Band. Dy Mrs Walter Harris.
he declared. Basie, whQ recently had a Roy 'Bentley. club champion f ;

A. L. Benson, director of most successful engagement at received the championship trophy
Teacher Examination, Educational Clyde Killen'fl Knight Beat, and the privilege of having
Testing Service, Princeton said Miami had always had a his nane notched on the Leg
N. J., discussed the teacher .r charm on him, and we Mlahv Trophy alongside those of Ernest
problem during the 73rd annual tans know that he has always Hayes and Eugene!: Cla p.RunnersU .
convention of the been able to work magic ort uSi
,in Miami recently. Expressions for the annual in" the championship -
return engagement for this ,night were ,Ira Maxwell .
He pointed to four kinds of swelegant affair were the part. and Sod U avis.
-'{ignorance on the part of some fng words ,of all First Flight winner. infer,
teachers which he has discovered Willie Miller;;Moses. Bethea and
through his PAR AND BHIDIB CLUB Al Mitchell.,
responslbliltv 200 Boy Scouts in
for the testing of more than Second Flight winners were
280,000 teachers over the past The Par and Birdie Club, Charles Peterson, McVicar I
ten years. These four areas are Camporee at Manor ParkThe under the new president, Willie Coleman and Walter Harris.
Ignorance of professional knowl Miller, held the first meetingof .
edge which should be possessed the fiscal year last Monday Third Flight winners were
by every teacher, ignoranceof Dade Division of the Frank Howard, assistant. night. The business on the Clyde Young, Larry Conwayand
our American cultural hori-! South Florida ,Council Boy Two patrols, Troop 70, St. revision and Bruce McCord. '
tage, ignorance Scouts of America held its annual John Baptist, Henry Daniels, agenda was the
subject mat- amendments of the bylawsand The club which is gaining in
Camporee at Manor Park Milton Flanders
ter in areas we are persumably scoutmaster; : membership continuously was
during the weekend of
May assistant.
3.5 with President Miller did an excellent Joined by Richard Welch
approximately 200
Two patrols, Troop 353, J. R. .
Scouts and Leaders Job In handling the gavel -
Sugar Ray Best participating. E. Lee Elementary, John Hollo- on his Initial attempt and

Fighter Pound For Despite the inclement weath. day Three, scoutmaster.patrols Troop 372, St. It was noted that the club will Beginning: June 22nd

er on Friday, 28 patrols came Paul AME, Robert L. Dawkins, ---
Pound from all over Dade County. A'' scoutmaster. "Summer in the Arta"
city block of tents were pitched. Honors were presented to the noon this Saturday" May 11 on
Suear Ray Robinson, the Outdoors cooking, scout following patrols: "Project Scout. Really learn to dance or play
boxing master, was named the skills and crafts were displayed.The Blue Ribbons: Dear of Troop Camporee Chief Phil Dixon; piano. Six: Saturdays $15. 7th
ton all-time fighter pound-for- patrols represented were 73. Richmond Heigths, Michael pound by the Academy of from the followings sponsors: Crawford, scout leader. E. Forde; division chairman, N. 015 NW GOth St. Register now
Sports Editors a group comprising Three Staff of 77 Fred Bethel Pat Range. 757-1351
100 of the nation's lead. patrols, Troop 55, Car ,
in. ? Sports Editors. Henry Arm ver High School, A. O. Dunn, leader. '
Red Ribbons
scoutmaster.Two : Eagles Troop
strong titles ,simultaneously only boxer to hold(featherweight three- patrols Troop 56, Mt. 353 Anthony Faison, leader. 6 6 6 6 6 / 6 6-:
lightweight and welterweight Zion Baptist Church H. L. Wil- Eagles of Troop 372, Ralph
) was second, Jack liams, scoutmaster; Leroy Sapp, leader. MEMO FROM
of 77 Thomas
Apachee Troop
Dempsey third Mickey Walker Smith, assistant. Horton leader. .
fourth and Joe Louis fifth Six patrols, Troop 73 Frank ,
in the voting.Mother's C. Martin Elementary, Herbert Panthers of Troop 77, Eu-
Ammons, scoutmaster. gene Greene leader.

Day Recital Three patrols, Troop 74, White to 12 Rlbtxms other patrols.were presented -
Sunday is Mother's Day. We Mays scoutmaster.High, Alvin Bryant, Troop 74 received a beautiful How to
are expected to have silver pair uplife'
a gram cup for having its
time. A short program will. be Two patrols Troop 75, Greater complete troop present. Yes 'C(' UI'.1. '.... .
rendered in the morning ser Bethel AME, Jimmy Reed, 100% of its members were pres. insurance It' and '
vice.' The afternoon our number adult in .charge. .
2 choir invite you to attend a Three patrols, Troop 77, St. ent.All friends scouts and scout-
Mother's Day recital. The< Agnes Epsicopal Church, Sgt. ers are urged to see Troop 09 Social Security '
choir will bring you songs of Leroy A. Smith, scoutmaster; I and Pack 56 on channel 10, 12
yesterday, today and tomorrow. II I "
The music will be rendered by

directed Mrs. Eddie M. Samples, and Take the little lady out to dinner She deserve it .. . for maximum security! "' ,
by Mrs. Nellie Mae i
.; Walker of Newark N. J. The :. THE All NEW 1M "c': r
president, Bro. Mack Graves, Many people today are not quite clear as to exactly what
thanks you in advance for your HAMPTON HOUSE benefit they could .expect from Social Security BOW
cooperation. Time 3 p.m. Ad. )
and in the future.
dress 760 NW 53rd St. " Club
It is important'to recotnim-tbilt: ,-inaa&e: i /t'nt SocialSecurity
'k Annual Tribute -..:-. .-. .-. -, .' -.-".. -. -=--.-.-. ---..,...... alone -weald. 'probsftb/.* be s:"|Mfitt to fulfil

To your plans.for.yourselfor.yoni'ifcmHr.'itat:: New York .
Mothers : Special Mother's r -
Day' Tcasonsbly-'prfced' TOtdto 14f*tasvnaco cxmnsw

Choir No 2 of MtZlon Bap can help solve this problem.

tist Church requests the honorof Family DinnersFREE Combined with Social Security,''budget-wiae Whole life ,
your presence at its fifth
r can give :your family well-rounded protection in ease

annual 12, 4 to tribute 6 at mothers the church.!, May MOTHER'S. DAY CAKES TO FAMILIES OF :you should die . or If :you live, can pay: you a lifetime

Come and see mothers and. FOUR OR MORE income ai T retIi0xnent.I'll ., .....
daughters on parade. Children's dinners J/2 price when accompanied by <;
be barn to tell :yon exactly now much. JOQ.or.7OBto-: ,
Ellis \
I ,Edward dEr'T. Graham, resident minister.; Rev, two adultsComplete family eoiud ytfeive from Social Security., and fto rots

Dinners more <4eta H4 tbftit New York Life's Whole W, jottq.]$

{t Florida) Fruit Cup Tossed Chef Salad. Contact ..,.,. ,'\ 1. ,.

' FOR: FUN & PLEASURE French Dressing .",,,' "4.,."
Choice of Roast Vermont Turkey Cranberry Sauce write. . phon .. . visit f

Why not visit . ., Cornbread DressingBaked ', MURRAY sUMMERS
Virginia"" Ham Pineapple Glaze ',,, ". I..

: Forbes Guest House Sliced London Broil Beefsteak! Mushroom uce IpIJ-., .: ';.
Candied:.Sweet Potatoes- June Peas Hot'Rolls: and .' '
"A LosfPafradise"//' .. Mother's Coffee ,- Tea Milk .1 I' I
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