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Over $1,000,000 Subscribed as ni A&T Students Jailed

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Roosevelt Savings- and Loan OrganizesMore In Segregation ProtestGREENSBORO


than $1,000,000 had loan association. Dr. ElmerA. Board members include Mrs N. C.-More ers moved up and down the
been subscribed to the Roose- Ward, pioneer businessmanand Athalle Range Frank M. Buc- than a thousand Negt.o students lines of marchers with the evI-
velt Savings and Loan Associa- ardent civic worker was hanan, Dr. Stanley Welnkle, marched on downtown Greens- dent Intention of keeping order.
tion at the organizational meet- elected president. ''Leonard Trelster, Lyle Roberts boro Wednesday night and triedto
ing held Monday morning at ,and Charles It.. Hadley. Integrate, two theaters anda. At the S&W Cafeteria they
the Seville Hotel Miami Beach. I Other officers are Garth C. ,- .cafeteria. About-220 were' were turned back by the manro-
I Reeves and Irving Kipnis, vice Roosevelt S&L will open for ,arrested on trespass charges. ger., From there they* walked to
A 12-man board comprised of :presidents; Mrs.: Dana Dorsey :business July 1 In the old Commercial two nearby theaters, forming:
seven whites and five Negroeswas ,Chapman, secretary; Herbert They: moved like a stream I long lines reaching to the nc-
selected to direct Miami's Wallach, treasurer and John B. Bank Building, G015 from North Carolina Agricul-
second Integrated savings and Orr Jr., chairman of the board. NW 7th Ave. tural and Technical College, ners.At
,, __ ,- eight blocks east of the busi both places polled told!
r 7 1''ttIt''''' '1O.: r' -\tr a't:
r F dp t x ness district. Many were hand- them they<<; were blocking en-
holding couples who sang as trances. Those who did not
they walked. leave were arrested as trespassers
and appeared to Im
There was no disorder. Lead- welcoming arrest.'

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F'i IT rf y'S Whites Boycott Stores .iJ

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y 1 It was disclosed'' Wednesday violence or hate."
night in Birmingham that the While the Negroes are apparently -
stores of Rome prominent Alabama lifting: the year-old boy-
merchants who took partIn cott, white customers are reportedly -
biracial negotiations to staying away from
settle the racial conflict, are downtown stores that have desegregated
u E'd being boycotted by white persons on the advice of
Mayor Arthur Manes and Com
missioner of Police Eugene:
The businessmen, members (Bull) Connor.
I l' J; $ 4 of the Senior Citizens' Committee
of the Chamber of( Com The business community
y 1 e1' merce,' urged residentto'"ap-' : ,I much concerned as Birming
t praise the cost to him'or, toer' of ,ham's economy is" based argc-
more thoughtless irresponsi: fly on white: Incomes. **' '1 ,

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Mississippi i Told To .' t.r: : ,.;

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Members of the board of dl. Chapman, ))r. Elmer A. Ward, ard Trcistcr, Lyle Roberts, Dr. :
rectors of Roosevelt 1, Savings Atty. John I). Orr Jr., Mrs. I Stanley Wclnkle, Charles' It.Hadlry Release Vote Workers ,
I and Loan Association shown at Athalle Range, Frank,, M. Due Paul II. Fornml (inanaIf -
heir organizational Mrs meeting Dana on D. hanan. Standing: Atty. Leon- or) and Garth C. Ilcevc A suit was filed in, Jackson, ney all residents' of Lexing
Monday. Seated: Miss., by the Justice Depart- ton, Miss.

ment this week, asking the release Tho court is asked In the
of four Negro voting suit to forbid prosecution of
Meharry President NamedTo Brownsville registration the Negroes; to forbid the arrest -
,Negro
I workers and a.. prosecution or Interference ,
farmer Jailed In Holmes County with Negro In Holmes

State Board of Education Residents Win bombed, Miss the, on farmers charges own they'home.fire County vote.In any regards to his rightto I

NASHVILLE Dr. HaroldD. creased board membership The arrests were made to were
West, president of Meharry from nine to 12 members.Mr. "Intimidate and coerce NegroesIn Arrested Martman
I I Fight to Keep Turnbow, tho farmer, Zack E.
has become the
Medical College Holmes County from attempting Ball, Lavon Hampton and
first Negro appointed to the I to register to vote," Hollls Watkins Robert Mosesof
State Board. of Education in y "+A 11 Isr Bar Out said Attorney General Robert New York, a field representative .
Tennessee.He F Kennedy.
I of the Student Non-VJo-
was appointed recentlyto Leaders of the Brownsville Named as defendants In the tent Coordinating Committee,
-the two-year' term by' Gov. Community Association won a suit are Chief Deputy Sherif, was also arrested.
Frank G. Clement as one of long uphill fight to block estab-- Andre P. Smith, County Attor The Negroes were arrested
three additional members lishment of a bar In their residential ney Pat M. Barrett, and Par- wi "false and baseless charges,"
authorized for the board by ,,r area last Friday. ham II WilIams district attor I the department said.
the Stat, Leglslature., Led by Neal Adams, president -
of the Association, they .,
"I feel honored*.to I,have becn'chosen convinced Metro Commissioners 9
by the Governor for this" the bar would be a facility
serious --responsibte"position, "for the creation of vice and
said Dr. West, "of seeking to crime." .
improve the state's educational
system." The commission overruled a

lie said the board Is presently . Metro Zoning Appeals Hoard
working toward the estab4 decision to allow the bar. 1
Hshment of several technical "This is a long-time fight put
schools toward setting up a' up out there to provide a decent
state-wide educational. televisIon community so we can raise
net work. children that can be a benefit
b' The 1963 Legislative Act In..; to Dade County," Adams told /
the commission.He .
presented a petition with f
500 signatures opposing the bar
Judge Orders Jax operation.

Golf Club to End and Mrs: Joseph Munlln Irving Hyman, owner of Goldie's -
of 2131 NW 63rd St. announce Liquor Store at 4226 NW
DiscriminationJACKSONVILLE the. engagement of their daughter 32nd Ave. had applied for zoning Lifetime member, of NAACP !con, Dr. Elmer!! Ward, Father
Betty, Jean McQuay., to variance which would have
,the Hptp- .Gibson. AUadlng are Dr. Na-
gathered<< Tuesday at
? Hyde Fred Howard Seymour, son of permitted the bar to operate ton Honfffl to hare lunchandhear thanfel OB**** Dr. Albert T.
Park Golf Club;>;anust. revise Its Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Seymour. within 2,500 feet of churchesand Her. Theodore GUtton Edward. Dr. ECh'IIL8IW1eJ'/ ,
rules within a week or face Miss McQuay Is a 1902 graduate one school. He also sought I talk about proJt'r..II..pf. tW' JII.I Charles I/ockhart, J Dr. J Be* At-
variances to county parking re I klnaon Jr., A. D. Moore PemiUt
contempt. of federal court of Xavier University's ami Membership Driver. If the *
charges. College of pharmacy, New Or- quirements. I. pace keeps up 1\lJaml''WtII hare Smith and, Blanche, Callowajr.;
.'U.. S. District Judge Bryan leans. Mr. ,Seymour was gradu- one of the biggest' branches .In New $300 life JIIemnblp.'anaoancf'd' *
Simpson said Wednesday after ated from Tennessee A and I the Houth. at the meeting were
hearing' three hours of testimony College, Nashville, a science Miami Northwestern Senior for Dr. W. 'A. Chapman Bfm
that' the club Is discriml* major. High School. Shown Heated tore: Florida France Jolllvette, )lrs. Dana
Dating against Negroes In Its An August wedding is being field secretary, Robert Saunders Chapman and Her. H. E. 8.fleere .
embershlp requirements. :Both. ,tare 10SIJ! graduates .of planned. Dr. and Mrs. George Slop- *.



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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. Friendship Charity Bridge Club Scores


PAGE 2 SATURDAY, MAY 18, 963
And Social ClubThe


--Chatter That MattersWILLIAM -:- Friendship Charity and Another VictoryThe

Social Club held its regular

._ meeting at the beautiful home North American Rubber sented the only Negro Bridge
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and swimming pool of Mr. and Bridge Tournament the largestin Team In: Florida: *

WILLIAM GRANT STILLAmerica's ,, OVER 400 PERSONS were Jn Mrs. Henry Dunn. The business the United States, sponsored -
portion of the meeting was Van The play on Miami Beach at
North American
foremost composerof attendance..... Monday night at conducted by the president and by the the Venetian Club Was
serious music was guest oi th "Greater Bethel AME Lines has ended its playofffor enjoyable an arouse
the made Verdie atmos
reports were very
Florida The win
Fabien Sevitsky, conductor of Church banquet which climax the area.
Cox presented for the listening phere most v1:1getl: :
University of Miami Symphony ed their 67th anniversary cele ning pair from the SunshineState Mrs. Effie Williams
of the presi-
pleasure an appropriate
Orchestra when Still's group Bridge Club entries were
new bration. Father Theodore Gibson The social of the Sunshine State
opera, "Highway No.1" was served as toast master. session of reading.this meeting was awarded a lovely citation and Bridge Club Urges more bridge
H. Goren
Charles
presented Saturday night 1 in I This was reported as a m o s t enhanced by the delicious treat signed by players to come out and play
with the finalists.
Coral Gables High School audi enjoyable affair.CONGRATULATIONS. for playing
this This is
served with
torium. that was prepared and Ann Lindsay Packard and group. the
Mrs.
It was a world pre-
Mrs. Frankie tournament bridge club
this
by hostess only
Jackson were the
Leander
miere. Mr. Still has the dlstirfc
the It is affiliated with
state.
Dunn. Mrs. Louise Moon expressed in
tion of being the first Negro to to our proud recipients. They repre-
words of the American Bridge Associa-
Silver Knight winner Lee Miller appreciationto

conduct
a major symphony Ir
Brown, Mays High School the hostess for such a won- tion and the Negro National
concert, and has world
won
derful evening. The next meet- Association. We would like to
senior who received the covet-
recognition for his compositionson ed Silver Knight Award for Ing will Uo held at the homeof Jollivette Plaza News have more entries next year
of serious music
every
type outstanding in Mrs. Annie Fayson. for this annual tournament.For .

the Performance bells for the senior
category 0 Wedding
Members present were Ver- invitations to play with
THE1 41ST ANNUAL Con able mentions were receivedby citizens in Jollivette Plaza rang
dell Cox, Rachel J. Coleman, the group, or applications to
vention of the Episcopal Charles Lee, Booker T. out for the first time on Tues
Hattie Jackson Louise Alberry, Join call the secretary, Mrs.Doll1e' .
Church convened last week at Rice and Lessle Lee Haynes of day, May 7 at which time Mrs. "
Maud Ross, Mattie Carey, Elizabeth Whitehead 444-0572.()
the Deauvllle Hotel. Several Mays; Catherine Allen Gloria Flemming, Bessie Wil- Willie Lee Armstrong of 2402 The National tournament of

prominent clergy of this area Mitchell and Clarence Culler of liams, Annie Fayson Willie M. NW 24th Ave. became the brideof the ABA will be held in Philadelphia .

attended along with many Booker T. Washington. We are Cooper Lillie Pennerson, Mrs. Jones Tucker. The wedding August 917. We hopeto
faithful Episcopalians from proud of Lee, as well as thee Thomas, Verdalle Cox. presi- took place in the community be there.
the South Florida Diocese. W others who were honored in the dent and Frankle Dunn, report center at 7 p.m.. The ceremony represented
were quite proud of Father annual Miami Herald program was performed by Elder Georgia
John E. Culmer and Father recognizing outstanding seniors er. Woods from the Holiness
Theodore R. Gibson of our city in Dade County. Church of Florida. The bride

who, as usual,, represented u s wore her white satin robe anda
well. fI.I.. white satin hat. Her only
ZETA PHI BETA
Sorority flower was a white corsage. The "
entertained more than 500 senior dark suit. : wore a
THE BUSINESS and Professional high school girls who rep groom
Women presented resented qualities of finer wo- The atmosphere of the center
Ii
their first get-together cham- manhood at their annual Cinderella was cheerful as neighbors Bath
pagne sip at the fabulousHampton I Ball held last Thursday :- I If Ir ered to witness this occasion.

House on Sunday, : night at the Bayfront Parkaudlt.orium. r o j} The wedding was directed by a _
May 12. The surprisingly large Gifts and recogni- friend and neighbor, Mrs. Emma >
number of guests were enter tfan"* ere received by Anetta c Bell who also assisted in

tained with good music and Bowman, Carver High, who decorating the center in flow-
beautiful fashions. May Barnes, was crowned' "Miss Cinderella ers to make it attractive for

who is now appearing at the 10G3" and Marilyn McCoy of the 'guests and cupid.

Playboy Club, was featured on Bunche Park Elementary, who
the program with Cherry Mills was crowned "Miss Princess, w On Wednesday the reception _
Boyer and Gloria Mitchell. 1063." I was given for the happy couple _

Blanche Calloway was com I at 7:30: p.m. Attending this affair

mentator. Mary Adams, chairman The Ball was highlighted by were many children and
of the champagne s f Jp a dance group which told] J the grand children of the couple.An .

and Loretha Peck, president of Cinderella Story. The semiformal old fashion dinner was
the local organization are to be affair was chaperoned served of home made cake, po-
commended on the success of by members of the sorority, tato salad chicken dressing and I kE
this activity. friends of Zeta and parents. the traditional collard greens. I
Billy Rolle furnished the music The bride received lovely gifts

,for the girls and their escortsto and greetings. FREDERICK MORROW
L. E. KELLY of Houston ,
dance
until 12 o'clock the
Texas, is among those in Cinderella deadline. Nathaniel "Tann)'" Dean, Also on Wednesday evening u member of the White House
tendance at the American .. deputy constable working out the first tenants of the Plaza executive staff during the administration -

Pharmaceautlcal Association of the office of Constable Ray gathered to plan a recognition of former Presi-
convention which is being t BIRTHDAY GREETINGS Bradley in District 2, has been program during the first anni dent Dwight D. Eisenhower
held this week at the Bal Har and best wishes to: Bessie Dennis promoted. to lieutenant Dean Is versary celebration which will has' recorded Ills experiences
bour Hotel on Miami Beach Jake Campbell, Dorothy also Di-iiHK-rallc Committeeman be celebrated on Friday, May while in that post In a book entitled -
Evans, Harriett Outen, John from District 17. 21' In the center. Great enthusiasm "Black Man in the White
Dillard. Rachel Reeves Howard is being created by the house' published recently by
THE LAST OF THE MRS Coachman, Anna Maria first anniversary plans as they Coward- fcCan.. publishing Co.

Club's series of holiday partiesfor Ellis, Gloria Orr Evergreen JESCA SummerProgram move into progress. Morrow is now devoted to developing -

Senior Citizens of Jollivette Murphy, Marian Dean, Char- cultural relations between -
Plaza was held last Saturday lotte F. Cl'arke and Lizzie E. Friday evening the monthly American Negroes and
evening. This time it was a Greene. meeting of the Jollivette Club fri'ans--ANP.
Mother's Day party. Honoreeswere was held in the center. This
Register now for seven weeksof
as usual delighted over summer fun and exciting ex. meeting was also engrossed In o.
the activities, refreshmentsand Coconut Grove anniversary talk and mans as
perlcnce for the entire
family
the president James
Pun PhunI
orchid decorations which at the James E. Scott Community McIntyre
were given to them as souven Association Day presided over the meeting.
Camp.
Woman's ClubThe A beautiful Mother's
Irs. They reported that every Camp begins; Monday, June Day
party was given for the
mothers
party has peen different, and 10
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July at
Liberty
Square In the Plaza by the MRS Club. returned from
they eagerly anticipate the regular monthly meet- recently a
Community Building, G300 NW
surprise of, the succeeding one. ing of the Coconut Grove Wo Mth Ave. and will operate Monday Saturday evening May 11 at short visit In London, England.
Mrs. .Gwendolyn Welters is man's Club was held on Mon- through Friday. The regular 3 p.m."A The Jolly old town suited me

president of the club and Mrs. day, May 6 at the spacious day care? service for preschoolers thing of beauty is a Joy to a tea. In fact, I found out
Arthuryne Strapp chaired this home' of Mrs. Virgil Whitehead ages 2-0 years begins forever," which is putting t why they prefer tea. All I had

activity. with Mrs. Joseph McDonald at 7:30: a.m. Junior boys mildly for the creations In beau. to do was taste their coffee.

.. serving as hostess. and girls ages 6-15 years, 8:30: ty and color arranged by the Ugh! It was served with hot
a.m.-4:30: p.m. The Senior Citi MRS Club. The table was a milk half and half, yet was
The meeting was well attended zens Club Room will lie open lovely picture in orchid and strong enough to make the hair

Dugie's Guest HouseThe and the business portionwas for activities Tuesday through white, with lovely orchids in a on your head straighten out.I .
carried out very successfully Friday, 1 to 5 p.m. border around the center
pieceof
house of clean rooms The drive is coming along an attractive Mother's had a frustrating time with

Open 24 hours NE 4-3851 ,"very nicely and we are assured The Camping Program consists motiff. The charming hostesses Day English money. It was finally

Seeing is of great financial satisfac- : I of developmental activities, also added to this beauty were explained to me in Piccadilly
Believing tion at the climax. A Fashion I educational trips, story hours Mrs. Gwendolyn Welters, presi i- Circus by a Chinese restauran-
See us for clean rooms !Summer Sip is being planned, :singing rhythms arts and dent; Mrs. Autherine :Strapp, teur. Well, that's not so unusual

Jamaica Dugie, always a 'the date to be announced later. crafts creative dancing drawing Mrs. Ruble MIzel Mrs. Connie . it was a Chinese puzzle to

friends Mrs. Walker Bentley and Mrs. painting, ceramics, basketry Dillard, Mrs. Beatrice Richardson me!

2941 'Samuel Lewis will represent nature lore cookout, Mrs. Harriet Hart.
NW 47th St. Miami
the club at the Children's Home swimming, sewIng. Bible Study, The weather wasn't as bad as
I in Kendall. Cottage No. 12 is fishing, developing recipes, The attractive door prizes I expected. I should have likedto
beach picnics and tours. were_ plastic bags filled with see a bit of their fotr. but
,our project j ,and ,we; take j .
greatpnae -
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P rOOd Items for the pantry shelf. that, I mist!
/
in nemg represented each The camp is under directionof Mrs. Callie Morgan has been

I tDto months entire The Grove club members and an experienced staff. the lucky winner for this party. I did enjoy riding their omni-
family extend Hot lunch
and transportation buses. The service was excellent -
A sympathy to the Bentley and will bo provided.For and it seemed like they
Espy families in the passing of further Informationabout had
their Knights of Pythias a million of them. Everyonegets
N father Norman Leroy those programs call PL a seat, and pays only for
Britt.
in Miami Mr. Britt and passed recently 8.4791 or PL 4-232G. And CalantheRoyal the distance traveled. That's
was funeralized
SERVICEWilliam in Vero Beach GRAND PARENTS DAY Palm Lodge No. 84, Sir what I call a fare system.

Abram Grace Jr., chancellor, Crossing streets was_ dangerous.
Pinder Mrs. McDonald The Golden Ago Club of
Sr. served a delightful James E. Scott will meet Monday, May 20; I looked to the left but
Professional Piano Tuner repast and the meeting sociation Invites Community As. Faith of Hope Lodge No. 32, Sir the cars come from the right in
adjourned to to
meet in you a
June at program Arthur Bowens chancellor
And! Repairer the home honoring will London. I nearly tripped over
grand
of Mrs. Virgil Sim- parents, meet Tuesday May 21. little.
some of those cars. For-
, 1935 N.W. mons. Sunday, May 10 3:30: p.m. at .
153rd ,St. Kelly's To all Pythians and Calanthesof tunately, at street corners, car
I Chapel Methodist
\ Opa-lock, -., Mrs; Dan Cunningham publicity' Church 15th Ave. and 71st St. the Jurisdiction of Florida, must stop-for mast ,-a law
Phone MU 8-3770 chairman: Mrs. Virgil Speaker for the occasion will Sir R. A. Driesbach, grand chancellor which saved one life .

Whitehead-- president. be Harold Braynon, practicing ,. Is due here by call. All mine!
: and grand lodge officers grand rep.
attorney, vice
president of.
Office Treatment of the: board of directors of James resentatives district and state I liked their food and the
Low E. Scott Association. deputies and members to meet best' part was that our little

RUPTURE PILES Special honors will be paid In St. Petersburg Sunday, May groups 'I i composed of various
L"Pa.nl'l8S : COST to the youngest and oldest '19 in the 14th annual session. racial origins, were welcome

Rectal Varicose Veins' grand parents in the audience. Memorial service will be held everywhere. The South can
Sunday at 7:30 p.m. at Bethel learn from this!
state-No lost time-Discard Truss Metropolitan Baptist Church, All In all my trip was a wonderful
1 Upon Correction of, Ruptnve.DR. Rev. C. V. Ford pastor. experience. didn't mind
}M.' LONG'S CLINIC Want to Sell it? Public opening Monday May the expense but I'd have preferred

1535: S.W. 1st fit-Fit 32748. A general health service 20 at 7:30: p.m. at Bethel AME to dis-pense with the

Advertise it! Church, Rev. A. J. Reddick, six pence, the three pence and
pastor. Reporter, Don A. Belle. i the half penny.



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Kennedy Pushes For Better Jobs For NegroesWASHINGTON THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA.

SATURDAY, MAY 18, 19S3 PAGE' 3
Vice Presi- dent said, "We want to elim. throughout the country is
dent Lyndon Johnson said Mon inate what has been happen- slightly above the Negro percentage -
day President Kennedy means ing in this regard in many of the total population
business In efforts to assure parts of the country." But in some states, he said, Dr. Ward Elected Pres. :
Negroes equal opportunity in Johnson is chairman of the there is a sharp underemployment .
federal employment and, in Jobs President's Committee on I of Negroes.He I
performed under government Equal Employment Opportunity. said Alabama, for example -
contracts. has only 45 per cent Negro -
Of Roosevelt
in the 62,000 federal jobsin Savings i,
Johnson gave this word in a "Not a week passes withoutthe that state. In Georgia he
talk at a meeting of Agricul- President asking me for said, Negroes hold only 3.5 per -
ture Department executives reports on progress in this cent of the GO.OOO jobs and in Dr. Elmer A. Ward, retired Loan Association in Dade, Dr.
called to discuss this problem field," he said. Mississippi only 2.1 per cent I businessman and tireless civic Ward had this to say:

In the department."A John W. Macey Jr., chairman of the 10,000 federal jobs. He worker has been elected presi- "I regard my role as presi-
look at the morning papers of the Civil Service Com said these percentages were dent of the Roosevelt Savingsand dent of Roosevelt Savings and
shows what can happen mission, 'told the agriculture far short of the Negro per- Loan Association very seri.
when people are denied equal executives that the percentageof centages of the populations In Loan Asociation scheduledto
opportunities' the vice presi- Negroes holding federal jobs those states. open at 6015 NW 7th Ave. on ously.
July 1. "My humility stems from the

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I Christian Hospital Rates :::!: ': munity.

"There is a tingling feeling of

Second Lowest In CountyAn BrowardCounty t ';: challenge this honorable for me career to embark of beingone on

of the administrators of
article in the Sunday edl Victoria 44.29 1 this progressive institution

tion of the Miami Herald on Baptist 44.70 News t" which will bring hope, Inspira-
Miami Inst. 44.83
Heart
the skyrocketing costs of hos- tion and encouragement to so
North Shore 44.97 citizens of Miami and
pital care in Dade County revealed Osteopathic General 45.66 IsyWalter j Dade many County."I .
that Christian Hospitalhas South Miami 40.34 Howe J\
the second lowest cost per Mt. Sinai 47.50 .. realize that along with
day in the county. The only hospital North Miami Gen. 48.16 the presidency goes a vcr y
showing a lower rate was Cedar of Lebanon 48.36 grave responsibility to choosea
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the county operated hospitalat Abbey Medical Center 52.22 strict code of ethical duties
KendalL Cloverleaf 52.70 The Carver Ranches Fire Department tices in carrying out the
meets Monday, May of this office which must rep
Christian, under the leader- resent the best In savings and
ship of board chairman Dr. W. NCE Credit Union 20, at 8:30: p.m. All membersare loan tradition."I .
A. Chapman, and administrator urged to be present.
Frank Polonko, has made Governing Body have a genuine feeling of
many improvements in service, The South Broward VFW urgency and expectancy whenI
equipment, building and over- Meets Past will hold its installationof think of the many and varied
shall have in
I
all standards that have 'opportunities
pro- ,officers and members Friday
duced a new image for the meeting and serving my many
31 the Chamberof
night, May at
STANLEY
By SWEETING
friends and constituents. It is
public owned facility Commerce Building. Dr. Ward came to Miami from
Public Notations Director truly reassuring to know that
Many clubs, churches and Toledo, Ohio in 1020 and operated I shall be a part of a very fine
organizations have donated The Miami City Employees The Freeway Handicap the Palace Drug Store for team of officers and directors
equipment and furniture in Federal Credit Union's official League started Its summer Dr. W. II. Murrel. He bought who are all committed and dedi.'
helping the hospital over the body met in its regular monthly games last Thursday, May 10, out Dr. Murrell the following cated to give at all times faIth.
financial hump. A drive' is on meeting Thursday night, with the following six teams: year and operated the Palace ful, honest, efflclent1 friendly
now for the acquisition of 10 May 0 in the auditorium of the Clover Leaf Sports Shop, Hines for two years. Ho opened the and ce to all
air conditioners at $200 each to Sanitation Building, 1950 NW Public Relations, Hines Pin Economy Drug Store at 1101 who will pass through the
complete air-conditioning of 12th Ave. Splitters, Bowe's Barber Shop NW 3rd Ave. In August, 1929. doors of our fine banking
the hospital. Any group Inter- Comprising this official bodyare and Wright's Construction. Since that time It has provedto home."
ested in donating one of these members of the Board of Other teams Interested may be one of the most efficiently -
units should call Dr. Chapmanor Directors. Supervisory Committee contact Theodore Blue, secretary operated and successful businesses Other officers elected were
Mr. Polonko. and Credit Committee. Her- ; or Walter A. Howe, presi- in this community. Garth C. Reeves and Irving
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Klpnls.v c e presidents; Mrs.
Rolle NCE Union
man Credit
Costs per day for all Dade 'president, presided. dent. Upon Interviewing Dr. Wardon Dana Dorsey Chapman, secretary -
his election as the first Roslyn Orr assistant 1
County hospitals are listed Below ; sec-
I Official business was dis- '
: pensed with during which time The Rev E. L. Milton, pastor Negro to head u Savings and rotary; Herbert Wallach, trea'I'I
surer, and .John B, Orr,
Tabernacle Baptist Church, \
,
Hospital rates per day plans for the forthcoming annual 1 ''man of the board. '
membership picnic to be 4217 SW 25th St., West Holly- '
Christian Kendall $28.09 36.55 held on Saturday, June 8, at wood is celebrating his first Advertise It Pay!
Jackson 37.63 'Virginia Key Beach, were dis anniversary May 1317. The BROWNSVILLECORPORATION
deacons and members extendan I
cussed. The outing will be an
LeJeune Road Road 39.OQ
invitation to all to come
affair, with barbecued
all-day
St. Francis 39.39
Northwest 40.67 ''ribs and chicken featured high and long help to make be remembered.the occasionone ANDREWS JEWELERS I I will buy your lot. I will

James Archer Smith 40.68 'up on a selected menu. I finance your mortgage. Do
Variety Children's 41.59 i I Other business transacted Included KXPKKT' WATCH ANI
not give homo if
Mercy 42.52 complete financial reports CLOCK KICIYVIICS your up
Community 42.82 made by Mrs. Marie Hut- you have paid enough equityin
Doctors 44.08 ito Wellman, treasurer of the ,, d CJ 40 Year i In Business it. We will finance it. Call
Hialeah 41.09 'Credit Union. The meeting was All work guaranteed NE 3.3198 or 6915851. Callor
highlighted by the announce-
)ment that Grady Phelps, City .t, tee J. H. Barkley.
U. S. Suit Aimed at 'of Miami Director of Sanitation I .- 303 N.W 2nd Ave. 3095 NW 52nd St.
will be special guest at
the group's next meeting. \ FR 3.0152 Indf
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federal order to forbid the sher- Herman Rolle, Mrs. Marie H. Lincoln Estates Motel
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from attempting by, threats or Jesse Andrews, Leonard Johnson -
violence to discourage the reg- Edward Everette and
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1571 NW G8th Terrace ; ,, .
Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor .' .,. 'i.';'"., '.f' ",
Deacon Fred Williams reporter 't ,. ";. " .. : :;\: "'b;'::' :,:,
Our Mother's Day servicewas : "
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an enjoyable l olie thdhk ii , ". ,; " f'
to all visiting frienus. You are 'j'', '.
welcome. As we are I ... '
nearing the time of our Wo

II. IC.. SIGI8MUND nERVES, Editor<< and Publisher man's Day, we are grateful to I
GARTH C. REEVES, MMi, RtrR Editor various churches and friendsfor
-- their support\ in helping us
Member of the Associated! Negro Press on this occasion. Our Woman's
Member: ibe( National Newspaper! Publishers Association Day program will be held on
May 26. Miss Thomasena Walker j
SUBSCRIPTION RATES z
1.
teacher at North Dade
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.OO FOREIGN '0.00 ,
Junior-Senior High School, will ,
HCnteied as Second Class Matter, August 0, 1027, at the Post Office be the speaker for the morning. I II
at Miami, Ii'JorJdIunder the act of March 8, 1870 The No. 2 choir of First Bap- I
tist Church, Opa-locka, Rev
Main Offlle at 6740 N.U. 10th Avenue-Phone OX 1.0421 Macon, pastor, will render service -
Hiram at 1112 N.W. 'Third Ave., Miami Florida -Phone FR 32230 for the morning.
-- Please come out and worship

EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKAs with us on that day* Prayer
YE
for all the sick and sliuts.\

anticipated, racial trouble has come to Birming- Rev Rolle will deliver the
message on Sunday
ham, perhaps even more than was anticipated.The l

Rev. Martin Luther King, well known peace New Schlitz Analyst computer which, Schlitz time
leader of groups seeking integration, found himself and MT. CALVARY BAPTIST for market"1'escn b'IItudh%
Harris his Wife and .
'
itiite-'i ,
,
G
hundreds of young people who demonstrated in that city, Phyllis Myers! reporter MILWAUKEE John S. old daughter have hioVtid fu t

behind prison doors. Sunday we had a wonderful irariU (left), a special representative Milwaukee front !fanita) Fla.,
Their mission in Birmingham was to toy and inte- time throughout the day. Sun- of the Jos. Schlitz where Harris has i been a special
public facilities in the downtown areas. day morning Rev. McGriff ren Brewing Co. for 10 Who representative in the Schlitz:
grate dercd a very inspiring message. frequently worked the Miami I Dixie Division. Harris, 39, is a
Governor Wallace and the National Guard were It was enjoyed by everyone. market furs been promoted to native of Richmond, Ky., anda
''determined to prevent any demonstration, consequentlysome Also on Sunday night we hadanother research analyst in the Business graduate of Kentucky State
: blood was shed, dogs were put into use and some inspiring message rendered Research Division at the comp. College at Frankfurt He also
: took by Rev. Jenkins of Jor- any's :Milwaukee headquarters. did graduate work at the University
place.At
brutality
William Goloniftlci assistant
don Grove. to of Kentucky and was
one point, it seemed as though some compromisewas Sunday afternoon the deaconess the director of marketing, acquaints a bomber pilot during World
being worked out but it fell through.The board sponsored a Mother's Harris with the IBM: War II.

bombing of the home of Dr. King's brother and Day program which was very

the Gadsen motel really stirred, up things. good. Rev. Sims was the guest
minister, and he preached a GREATER ST. MARK P.B MT. CARMEL BAPflSt
President Kennedy order ederal troops into Bir- very soul-stirring message. ',.
mingham. Governor Wallace riot-only protested the Pres- They wish to thank all per Rev. F. L. Johnson, pastor Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor
ident's right to do so, but said he might take the case to sons who helped to make their Mrs. Ruthle Mae Scott, reporter"A Mrs. Christine Cohen reporter

the federal court.Integration program a success. Tribute to Mother" was Blessed are the children mat
The No. 1 choir is celebrating the theme of the Mother's Day fear the Lord. Sunday climaxed -
will come to Birmingham some day in its 27th aniversary beginning program Sunday in honor of a very fine Mother's
spite of what the governor says or does It's just too bad Friday night, May 17 thru May all mothers. The pastor spoke Day at our church and our pastor -
integration couldn't, come to Alabama in a peaceful man- 19. Come hear the beautiful from the subject, "The Cour- preached to the "Concerned -
ner. '! music. The public is invited. ageous Mother" Mother's; and to all the

women in general that are con
Alabama has certainly given the African nations and All teenagers are asked to be cerned about the souls as wellas
the Soviet Union some more good propaganda to use Silvertone Singing present at the church Saturdayat the daily activities.
7 pm. Visit the sick and
against the United. States.In Convention, ReturnsTo shut-ins. Bible classes every Tuesday
from 7 to 8 p.m. Prayer meetIng -
Nashville, Tenn, Negro students are demanding
desegregation of public accommodations and better em- Liberty City Thought for the week: You 9 each Tuesday from 8 to
will find a helping hand at the p.m.
.nlovment. -.. - ormortunities for Qualified Negroes. r- end of your arm. Remember the sick and shut-
'"
Let us hope Nashville will not become another Bir in; also keep in remembrancethat
mingham.The this is Men's Month.
ZION HOPE BAPTIST
r ,
Dade County Grand Jury submitted its reporton 5129 NW 17th Avenue WEST HOMESTEAD"As

Tuesday and lashed out at archaic methods in Rev Paul Freeman, pastor
Stella Mae Flowers, reporter long as we live we serve,
use in the Metro's tax assessor's office, and called for Sunday, May 12 was Mother's as long as we are loved by
broad reforms. Day. We had a high devotional others I can almost say that
The jury found unjustified tax reductions, some as ervice; both morning and even- we are Indispensible and no
high as a half million dollars. ing. Our pastor delivered an has man a is friend.useless"! as long as he

The jury agreed with a suggestion made by Count; inspiring message that was enjoyed -
by all. The ladies of both
Manager Irvin McNayr that a national consulting firm be I y choirs and usher boards ren- In With their this minds thought, the uppermost presidentand

hired to study Metro's tax assessment system and recom- dered services throughout the officers of the West Homestead

mend changes.A day.. PTA held a surprise; turkey -

new grand jury has been impaneled by Circuit Sunday, May 19 usher hoard dinner with all the trim-
Judge Joe Eaton with' William E. Beckham Jr., insurance No. 2 will be celebrating its mings llllprent In honor of the efficient,
and
,
personable N. L
first
executive, as foreman. anniversary. The publics Bethel and other members of

Among those serving will beTimothy Jackson, 1865 speaker. ) invited will to attend.,be Rev.The guest A.J J the school staff on May 14 at

NW 52nd St. and Charles North$1896 NW 55th Terr., Bradley of the Mt. Carmel D. M. pleasant 4:30:; p.m. This affair was a
f
I ( B. Church. surprise which afforded -
the principal, teachers and
News that a $95,000,000 futuristic submarine test __ ...._..1.._ #_ . narentl: n ,.hnn". ,,,,, t,.. a, tf ,..-1.1..
n c --" ** %* .fc-vv. vw wajiij.
tin: (!1"JliI+{ jur our SICK
center will be built at Fresh Creek, Andros Island, Ba- E. G. LUCKIK and shut-in that they will havea As a gesture of appreciation a

hamas is undoubtedly pleasing to the people of the Baha- Founder and Provident speedy recovery. 'Bethel token was presented to Mr.

mas. It will mean much to the economy of the colony.Naturally The convention meets May 2 2 visit You Zion are Hope.always welcome to son, our by dynamic Mrs. Ida PTA M. Robin-presi-

: it will be most convenient for the United through May 26 at the St. Mark dent for his cooperation beyond
States testing purposes, being only 125 miles east of Primitive Baptist Church, 115 the call of duty with the program -
Miami. ; NW 53rd St., Rev F. L. Johnson OPEN DOOR of the PTA.embers .
'
\ pastor.
( Rev. H. C. McDowell, pastor The of the PTA
Astronaut Gordon Cooper was disappointed, as were Last rehearsal will be held A. E. McNeil, reporter who took time from their husy

all of us on Tuesday, when his orbit had to be, postponed, Monday night at Union Grove Sunday was a gala day at possible schedule to make this dinner
Baptist! Church, 0070 NW 18th the Open Door. The were Mrs. Alice Thurs-
but boomed into on Wednesday morning ands pastor'sclass ton, Mrs.
away space Ave. Come on time, 8 p.m. of 11 children Annie Graham, Mrs.
this is being written, has been, around the world 22 firmed and were con- Wiufam Clarke and Mrs Ellen
accepted into the
See and
take
part in the SIl .
times at a speed of 17,546 miles..,an hou vertone's Big Parade 0:30: ,rp.- church. The exercise given by ,
Saturday, May\ 25. The Miam s L the children was very interestIng I Color Day will he observed
Northwestern High School and showed that much had on Friday, May 17. Miss Martha
Negro patrolmen who served 13 and.
years over per- been gained ,and Collins
Rhvthmlc Stepping Band will learned by the the chairman of this
forming detective work are still waiting to hear from the lead the procession to St group. Five adults also joined affair is working unceasingly

Civil Service Board. Mark's Primitive Baptist, site ,the church. to make this day one the pupils
The nine officers want promotion into the rank of of the convention. Witness the Mrs Estelle Roberts, affect- of West Homestead will long remember -
detectives. . King and Oueen coronation at oinately called "1. E." by her Not to be outdone the
11-30 am. then at 8:30: p.m. the many frIends, was chosen committee for Awards Day is
They are now basing their claim on a section of the Million Dollar Wedding; 'other of the year. Mrs. Eneida meeting dally to have another

Civil Service code which says that "any man holding a MIchelson pinned a lovely orchid unique presentation at o u r
job assignment for four years shall receive permanent annual Sunday 2:30: p.m, the great on her and said some very I annual awards day.

status in the. position without having to take an examina- Singers contest.and guest The choirs Silvertone will and appropriate her lovely things daughter about, Miss her Nathan Young had Its May

tion for It. appear. Marie Roberts, a Day Festivities on May 8 under
counselor at the direction of Earl Daniels,
Booker
Good Ringing from Wednesday T. Washington School. our physical education
-
teacher.
;, The new president' of the Greater Miami Urban : night through Sunday p.m. The Holy Communion was

League is J., fy,Peidmonte. He succeeds Dr. I. P, Davis Guest singers every night and observed. The Couples Club Crowning of the May Day'''
Sunday nftornoon. Was host and hostess for the King, Clifford Phillips and the
,
The
executive
secretary succeeding
if 4 Daniel Lang is aet-to-ether after the morning May Day Queen, Joann Gresham -
:f James Whitehead *and his assistant' is Mrs. Geraldine The following will serve on services. was the first event of the
+ Lewis who succeeds Mrs. Elizabeth Smith. the: program: West Hollywood Everyone Is looking forward evening.. Following this event
r Choir Union. Miami Choral to June .l, 'D" Day for the were various American, Swed-
11 I Group, !Mt. Olive Choirs. N6s. ground breaking for our church !Ish, and Danish dances dramatized -,
'i j tj The 'National Alliance of Postal Employees a 49- 1 I and 2. St. James Choir, Union and our family and friends pic by grades first through
: year-old organization, Ashby G. Smith of,Chlcngo'presl Grove Choir, St. James AME nic on the grounds. This will sixth. -

11, ' dent, will hold Its 3-day convention at the Hampton Choir Rose No.Singers l, the Brother Johnson!: White Willie mark the beginning of the 4th The final event of the evening -
of
:? douse May 29-31. Hue and Co., Zion Hope Choirs year Rev. McDowell pastorate our belayed was the, plaiting of the May

;f- Five 'hundred, delegates are expected here for thisneat. 1 1 and 2, New Providence Choir Friends are always and his welcome wife grades Pole by third participants from
vo. 2 and Seniors and through sixth.
many to visit
} our services each Sun-
Mrs.
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Quartet to SingThe


Birds Quartet sensational is appearing Humming in ': : -:

an afternoon of songs, some
old and some new religious
songs Sunday, May 19, at 2175 r
\3F NW 51th St., 3 o'clock. J ( i ia
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The public is kindly Invited
with no charge. There will be I
dinners for those persons wish-
ing to eat at the church

: WATSON, special Rattlers grid squad have signed -
assistant in the Housing and professional contracts Half- Time. It's a folder listing summer -
and Home Finance Agency, back Robert Paremore is join. events, tourist attractions,
points of interest, recreation
will speak to a group of com- ing the St. Louis Cardinals of facilities, etc. . Provocative
munity leaders next Thursday the National
Footl&ll
League; Negro author James Baldwin Shirley Madeline, John Forwythp the bill Is Hitch.
night at Mt. Zion Church. Ob- fullback Hewrltt Dixon Is -. name another
ject of the meeting will be scheduled to play with the Den Is on the cover of Time Maga Mildred\ NaUvick and Edmund cock thriller "The 1lnnVho
finding ways in which the com- ver Broncos of the AFL; guard zine this week. His new book, (;\trnn star jn ellfredltitchcock's Know Too Much" with James
munity might be involved In Burney Adams is under con- "The Fire Next MTho Tumble \VAthUna'I. I
Time, is a '" Stewart and Doris Day Doth
at t h
carrying forward the Urban Re- tract with the Hamilton Tiger- ) now playing e!
newal Program . Sorry to Cats of the Canadian League; terrific literary masterpiece. I Lib-City Drivein Theatre On arc In Technicolor
learn of the suicide of Dr. Harry and tackle Roosevelt Coleman --- .-. --- - - .-. _ .- -- -- -- -- .-. -- .- .- -- --.
T. Penh, fromer grand basi- has signed with the Houston
leus of Omega Psi Phi fraternity Oilers.
and national president of NEW PATENTED FEATURE IS

the He National was buried Dental in Association.Roanoke, Till]of PHYSICAL Miami-Dade ED Junior Division GUARANTEED TO CINCH YOUR WAIST!

Va. Saturday. College presents its second annual
dance program tonight WAIST-CINCHER ALL-iN-ONE
ALPIIONSO MOZKLL, live (Friday) in the Miami Central
wire radio newscaster for station High gym. It's $1.00 for adults
WMBM made a big hit and 50 cents for students . .
with his on-the-spot coverageof Among students receiving
the racial strife in Birmin g- awards at the Dade County Industrial
ham. At this rate he should Arts Show tonite will L :
grab a plane today for North be Betty Ephord, Johnny Irvin
Carolina and Tennessee . and Donnie Townsend from
Dade's Park Dept. will hold its Richard Jackson, Lawrence H HH
annual Family Camping Exhibit tiiownsvllle Junior High, and
at Camp Owaissa Bauer Wilcox and Loreno Wilson from .
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f/ SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1963 PAGE 7

With The YWCA This SummerThe I,, ..

) Father and Son SwimMeet
Northwest YWCA Cen- each Thursday. They will be a { kp
ter at 5100 NW '21st Ave. will part of the camp structure and
be the site for the Day Camp share Indian crafts, songs, at Manor. ParkThe
activities of'the Miami YWCA dances... Youngsters will hel tA --- - - -. ---- - -- --
There will be five two week Billie Boy construct a "chlckee'on Northwestern Boosters' Diving. Boys 14 and underGO -
sessions, beginning on Monday the property. Club will sponsor its first annual yd. freestyle; 100 yd. free-
June 17 and extending through Father and Son 100
swimmingmeet style; yd. freestyle relay.
Mrs. Carrie P. Davis will I
August 23. The Camp theme at Manor Park swimming 10 and
Diving. Boys under-
this year is Indian Lore, and serve Davis is as Instructor camp director.at the :Jun Mrs. pool, May 25 at 3 p.m. There is 50 yd. backstroke; 133 one-third
Seminole lore.
especially for College and brings with her no entry fee, only the regular yd. freestyle; 33 one-third yd.
Youngsters, ages 8-14 years, many skills and much know- admission Ribbons price and to enter will the style relay.
boys and girls, will find them. ledge which will be of great pool. trophies Diving. Father and Son
be awarded in each
selves in small groups with benefit to the summer program. age group. Events.!:! GO two-third yd. freestyle -
.
for
admission
names such as "The Eschees" She will be Interviewing applicants F No spectators.The relay (one lap each); 133
meaning "the deers" or "The on Saturday, May 18 at events are as follows: one-third yd. freestyle relay
Chofees" meaning the rab the Center 10 a.m. 12 for vol Boys 8 and under 33 one-
bits. One of the highlights of unteer counselor positions. Sen- third freestyle. Diving. Featured Father
the program will be weekly ior high school students who Boys 10 and under 33 one- Events 100 yd. freestyle re-
visits of a Seminole Indian are interested in supervised ex --------------------- third yd. freestyle; GG twothirdyd. day.Diving
family. Charlie Billie Boy from perience and learnings in this Rudolph G. Matthews, former freestyle; U3 one-third yd. Exhibitions Fancy
the Dania Reservation will type of situation are asked to Athletic Director and Head backstroke diving, use of scula, safety boating
bring his wife, Alice, and their call the Northwest YWCA Cen Coach at Bethune-Cookman Col- Diving. Boys 12 and under life saving techniques.
four children to the Day camp ter C34-2G51. lege for 10 will deliver GO two-third freestyle; 100 yd. Edward folio Is presidentand
years
Groups will be transported freestyle; (JO two-third back- William Kenchon is direc-
the keynote address at the ath-
stroke. of activities
to the Manor Park Pool tor
Carver Honors for Red Cross Swimming instructions letic Uinquet for Northwestern -L-_... , ,
The camping program Senior High School, Miami, on
Retiring Teacher will also consist of crafts Friday, May 24, at 7:30: p.m. in Fashionette Beauty; SalonHair
I (with emphasis on nature the school cafeteria.Recognition .
crafts,) folk dancing, singing,
Mrs. Josie W. Roberts, music I active and quiet games, story styling and modern hair cutting. Tinting and
consultant at Carver Elementary I hours, cook-outs, films, skatingand DayOn
with a School retirement will be program honored on I weekly council rings. bleaching. Weaying'and wigs styling. Facial: treat.

Friday, May 24 at 8 p.m. in the Campers will bring their own Sunday, May 19 at 4 p.m.
auditorium. The public is Invit- lunches and milk will be fur- Recognition Day will be observed ments. Manicures and pedicures. Efficient and experienced
ed. nished. The day begins at 8 at the Dade County
a.m. and closes at 3:30: p.m. Children's Home in Kendall. operators to serve you. Hours 9 to 6
The honoree has been a recipient The principal address::! will bo
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r SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1963 PAGE' 9

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Thirty-year-old Dorothy Green, on the Island, but probably the Personal MentionBen

mother of three and a resident piano with the sweetest tone."
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of Three Peas Corner and Ferguson ::: ::;
St., was charged April Albert Ellis, 23, of Brough Brice, well knoWn mem-
29 with the murder of Har ham St., and Joseph Holle 24, her of the local Kazah Temple
court "Sleepy" Knowles on of Coconut Grove have been Nobles of the Mystic Shrine,
April 26. Knowles, 37, was charge with allegedly breaking , SSk along with his wife, Annie Mae l .
stabbed to death near a water into the Cable ileach Branch will make their annual return m
spigot on the corner of Three of the Royal' Bank of Canada trip to Cold Spring Farm Inn,
Peas and Ferguson. Green was between 4 p.m. on April 18 and Stamford, N.Y. and will returnto
arrested on the 27. A prelimi- 8:15: a.m..on the 20th, and stealIng their palatial home, 927 NW PRESENTS
nary hearing has been set for a golf club, two keys, a G5th St. in late October.
June 24. Parker fountain pen and a (Silver ? $;
chain. They are said to
have attempted unsuccessfullyto Mrs. Isabelle Allen of New
'1'h- home of Lady Sassoonat force the bank's safe with a York City, left for home on
Cab'le Beach was robbed blow torch. They escaped Monday after spending three
April 20 of Jewelry valued at when some of the bank's per- months here visiting with Mrs. s
approximately $84,000. A reward sonnel arrived, but were ar- rElder Mae Tyndell, 1755 NW 56th St.
of $2,800 has .been offered rested. A preliminary hearingis ----------- -

for the arrest and convic- scheduled for June 13. Perry Roberts cam- Mrs. Flora Casey, manager of
tion of the thieves. r paign worker in the 19G3 NAA Miami branch of Fuller Products
William Burke Gitfcon, 31, an Co. will entertain the
drive for Miami is now the
r Albert unempJloyed 'baker of Savan- CP dealers of her branch and their
Gibson, 82, nah bound, Eleuthera, was top membership reporter, cam- guests, at the Sir John !
died at his home at Wemyss formally charged with the paign headquarters announced.He Hotel, Sunday evening, May 10. *
Bight, Eleuthera on May 1. Mr. murder of Thomas Knowles, 67, is employed by Dr. EdwinS. :
Gibson was a retired merchantand Savannah Sound between is elder in the h.
at Shirley, an Sylvester Murray of :Miami, v. Q
a generous member of the April 20 and 21. This was the Church of God in Christ and was granted the Amy L. John MtrgK < 4 vs. Ncn
Anglican Church. lie is survived second murder on Eleuthera in has been in Miami for five
for the
Award
by his wife, Maude, two less than a month.Brownsville years. His home is in Ocilla, son most improvement showing in y rq, ;
daughters, 11 grandchildren, Ga. person-
and scholarship duringthe
two sisters, a brother and oth- ality ;
relatives. Junior last three full years of residence
er at Lincoln Univ., in Penn. ,
High in ConcertThe Junior College sylvania. He also received a 6 JM

In the first event of the Junior High School's journalism key for outstandingwork
annual regatta at Georgetown, band and chorus is presenting Slates Pop Concert on the school paper. jRLOUISIANA
Exuma, the Thunderbird, sail their, annual concert May 23 at
ed by Harcourt Hepburn of 7:45: p.m. The Miami-Dade Junior College The senior class of Miami RED
Kemp Bay, Andros, won first You will smile as the child Fine Arts Department Will Northwestern High School will

place. In the B-Class, the East- ren sing. You will be moved present a Pop Concert, May 19, present its Awards Night program Adm. Fri. & Sun. $1.00
ern Wave, Mangrove George Bush because of the stirring music. 3:1: p.m. at Dade County Audi- Wednesday, June 5, at 8 Saturday $1.50
Knowles of The 'range of music will be torium. i p.m. Any person or organiza-
Long Island, was first. A number -: from the 16th to the 20th cen- tion desiring to make a pre- SUNDAY
of crafts from Long Island, I tury.Phillip. The Studio Jazz Lab Band, sentation is requested to con- REGULAR
Exuma and other islands par Aaron, first violinistof under the direction of Robert tact F. L. Johnson at North- ]MATINEEAt
ticipated in the races. the University of Miami Thomas, will be featured, play western on or before May 28.
Symphony Orchestra will appear ing jazz arrangements and original Knight Beat 5 to 9 p.m.

The body of Willis "Castro" as guest artist. compositions by some of Mrs. Ruth E. Davis and JohnH. The place to see and be

Munro, 3D, of Okra Hill, was The choral director is dynamic the students in the Studio Jazz Boston were quietly mar- seen
found floating in. Nassau Har- Roscoe Sneed, accompanistis Lab Band ried Friday evening, May\ 10.
It is believed talented Nathaniel Colemanand The ceremonies were performed
bor on -
the band director is all The Concert Band under the
drowning
accidental. the Rev. L.
by A.
that his was Thompson
around musician, Charles Aus- direction of John Corina, will at the home of the bride. Coming May 24 25 26
tin. also participate in this pro-

gram, playing pop concert fav
Bert Cambridge, one of Nas- Pink Carnation orites. TEMPLE BAPTIST 4 .
sau's noted musicians, recently -
"saved" a piano over a hun- Circle ContestThe Rev. r.., A. Thompson, pastor
dred years old from the dump- ST. JAMKH CHURCH NEWSIn Mrs. Susan Hepburn, oldest
Pink Carnation Circle
ground and "brought it mother of the church cho-
ing
honor of the church report on page was rf
requests the your
back to life. The Instrument, presence at its second anniver- 11 of this Issue the name ,of sen Mother's Day Queen, and
Buthner brought from Miss
was
a Jenkins Emily Gray as princess.
Contest Mrs. Charity was
Germany sometime around sary Kino; or Queen on The 33rd anniversary celebration
It Sunday, May 26, 3:30: p.m. at mistakenly omitted from the
18 5 for a prominent family. of the church and
hon pas-
Mt Zion Baptist Church, 301 list of mothers who were
was falling apart whert the tor Is In this 5'
owner gave Mr. Cambridge "justto NW 9th St., C. C. Miller is ored by the cHurch on Mother's will terminate progress Sunday week night.and ;Js

get rid of it." After six president. Day. Xho. anniversary sermon will

weeks' work the musician said I be preached Sunday at 11 a.m. Ml
%
"It's probably not only the old- OT During the evening the voiceof

est piano in playing condition the ]late Deacon W E. Her>- ,. ,' t t
Uurn will be heard in a service 3 < .,
MEMO FROM recorded In 1D50. The male chorus
Your NervesBy sings all day.

The Red .Circle and Sun- J:
DR. JAY GUTIERREZ ;
shine Band, Miss Maddie Harris -
Health is the president and Mrs. M. Hep-
result of nor- burn, director, will present ,
: mal function. their annual "Talent Unlimit I
"
iz, ) Ill health or How to pair up ed" program Sunday at 3:30:
f.!, disease is theopposite p.m. Some of the outstanding
t Y #
talents of the 1
community will
.4. of health. It Is life insurance and appear and two prominent d a
r .
S S a departure business personalities, will ,be '. S t
f?t \i from a state of honored. The public Is Invited.
!r' health of body Social Security COMING .
The
No. 1 choir, '
mind. Char ?
$ or
'
i\ Mrs. A. Newbold ';
.{,q. f acterized usually 'tI' presidentand
E,,;,:I.I\(' l by a disturbance Mr. R. Hepburn, director,
for maximum security! wll present the Rev. Father D.
wiicii: disease appears, . .
it is evident that the nerve Anthony, priest of St. Peter'sAmerican
force causing health has diminished Catholic Church, in
its activity. Some- Many people today are not quite clear as to exactly what a recital at Temple, Sunday,

thing is Interfering with the benefits they could expect from Social Security now May 26 at 3:30: p.m. Donationone

normal nerve currents essen- and in the future.It dollar. The public is invit n
tial to normal structure and ac
tion. is important to recognize that income from SocialS ed.ALLEN CHAPEL AME JOAN PROCTORRadio

,cwriiy alone would probably not be sufficient to fulfill
: \ Nerve function operates thru Rev. W. A. Curry, pastor and TV Star
the nervous system which is your plana for yourself or your family. But New York r ; 5th Ave. Cor. 22nd Terr.
, dlstrlt/ated throughout the Lift' reasonably-priced' Whole Life insurance
t;, coverage 'Services will begin Sunday at The Miami Hostess Club
body enabling all to receive
'j organs can help solve this problem. 0:30: Sunday School with, the
i I this nerve force so necessary sponsors a HOBO DANCE
to normal and true action. Combined with Social Security budget-wise Whole Life Supt. Terry Hill, presiding. '
At the morning service the Wednesday, June 12, 9 p.m.
;"tl'I The cause of nerve interfer- can give your family wen-rounded protection in case pastor will deliver the message til? Knight Beat Club
ence directly concerns the modern you should die . or if you live, can pay you a lifetime : from the subject, "Taking
l'i"I chiropractor because his income at retirement. i Sides." Tables free. Advance $1.25

science Is founded upon the Dr. J. A. Roberts, presiding Door $1.50
;I well proven premise that Interference m be happy to tell you exactly how much you or your j elder of the North Miami dis-

i V,+ with i normal nerve family could receive from Social Security, and give you trict will deliver the sermon at LIMITED NUMBER OF
function Impairs normal actionof
and thus ill health more details about New York Life's Whole Life policy. the evening service and will I
organs hold the 2nd quartely confer- .APARTMENTS AVAILABLE
results. The modern chiropractor Contact me now., ence. Year Round Occupancy
locates and removes inter- All
ference with pinched nerves department heads are $20.00 WEEKLY

thereby restoring the normal{ write . phone . visit with asked a to seal suL'mlt of $5.00.their reports Furnished Efficiency
function employed by nature In
making all cures and 'maintain MURRAY SUMMERS Wednesday night, May 22 the Gas, Electric, Water

1 ing a state of health. ,, f pastor and congregation will (Except
render service at Jordon Grove air-conditioning)

r Are ,you ,a chiropractic case? 7 'J Special gent Baptist" Church. Incoming Phone Calls
(One of a series of articles [ ,Friends are always extended .
Patio
published in the public interestto ( New York Life Insurance a welcome to worship at Allen
explain and illustrate the Company Chapel], "The church with a 24 Hour Restaurant
of scientific chiropractic welcome and a program for the
practice, written by Pr. Jay Cutler 12585 N.'E.' 7th Ave. Bus. PL 4-8241 people." You'll love our swimming pool

rez, whose office is located at North Miami Fla. Res. WI 7.3347 SIR
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I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. UM CAGE COACH Northwestern Team Wins

PAGE 8 SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1963 ..
HEADS FAMU rJ

f CLINIC State Track Title -

Bruce Hale, head basketball Arline ley, high Jump and mile run
coach of the University of Miami North Dade's I
LOOKING THE . <. I In recording 80& points.
Hurricanes, has been nam-
Beaten in 220
ed guest clinician for the bas- Bartow, on the strength of
ketball section of the Florida "
SPORTS WORLD OVER A&M University Coaching Ocala's Eugene; Milton' faced winning efforts by D o n aid
Clinic. to a pair of victories In the,,100 Smith in the shot put and dis-

Coach Jake Gaither, athletic and 220-yard dashes but Mi.. cus, was second with 41. North
Iy LEO AKMBRISTER Zsn C director at FAMU, made the ami Northwestern dominated Dade had 25 and Attucks 23.
announcement. The clinic will everything else in the state Northwestern's
be held June 17-21 In the air- track meet at Dillard Stadiumin Harvey Nairn
!:)Cit OO Of OI conditioned Charles Winter swept a pair of triumphs in
Fort Lauderdale Saturday the hurdles, winning the 180
Wood Theatre. Football is
Leagues Up Bowling scheduled to run from June 17 night. lows in 20.9 and the highs In
I through the morning of June Milton, unheralded sprinter 15. Nairn's teammate Willie
20. Basketball Begins the afternoon from Union Academy, won the Mumford won the pole vault
Standards in Past Season of June 20 and continue 100-yard)( dash In a record- with a leap of 13 feet while
through June 21. caking 0.6 then came back to Ronald Allen won the high
Otis assistant North Dade's Jump with a record 6-3 ,effort.
Bowling has knocked foff another Perry Duhart 161 Mooney. football upset highly-
most successful'season' : Eddie Thorpe 161 coach at the University of touted ace Gerald Arline witha Milton's upset victory over':
with the final session of the Clyde Young 160 Florida and former Miami high 21.7 effort In the 220. Arline cameas a shock to the
Excelsiorettes league bowlingat Leo Armbrister 160 mentor, has been added to the Other than Milton performance orowd of more than 750. Only
Pinland Lanes Wednesday I Willie Fenderson 159 clinic faculty.Other It was a banner night two weeks ago, the North Dade
night. A week ago the E'xcelI Albert Brown 158 members of the staff turned In strong winning ef- high sophomore toured Dil-
sior league, considered the Solomon Ferguson 154 are Frank Broyles, University for Northwestern. The Bulls lard's asphalt oval in a wind-
major league of all bowling Cecil Nixon 156 of Arkansas; Tom Nugent, University forts in the high and low aided 20.1. Defending champIon -
closed its season and so did the N. Campbell 151 of Maryland; Ara Par- hurdles, pole vault, sprint med. Robert Wright of St. Augustine -
Falstaff Traveling league which Eddie Williams 153 scghian, Northwestern Univer- was second Saturday
penetrates all the way into Frank Smith 150 sity; Pat James University of night, Arline third.
Broward County on alternate Alabama; and Charlie Tate and
dates, !making stops at the Pin Jack Griffin, Georgia Instituteof Feast' For Boat ''Ride
land Lanes and Bunche Park The Falstaff Traveling league, Technology CommitteeMembers ATTENTION If you hnvr n
on its way to Ft. Lauderdale's known as the muscle league, 221 1'IA wo ran pluco<< you lininmllntcly .
Sunrise Lanes. because it is without the aid after qn.tllfyinff.. Call
These three leagues have of handicap turned out some Allta-l Bryant 530 of the Young Democratic Orn i). Tnylor. Really, 750-5221
been prime promoters in the splendid performers and turn. High ladies average: Association were guests or CM 5-1210 (evenings
sport of bowling in this area ed in some handsome games. Bessie; Richburg 148 on Friday, May 10 of Mrs. Dosa
and have been outstanding in Individual high single games Ruby Garland 146 Lee Brady of 6045 NW 24th Ct.,
their achievements; their many were rolled by: Carrie Peak 142 who gave a lovely feast ,for a
distinctions received in bowl- Cyril Miller 269; James Blackman High men's average: committee of citizens which Is HICK US! Wo now have morothreo
ing especially in City Tourna 260; Wesley Stewart 260. James Terry 166 working with the group promoting bedrooms. JIN well its: ninnyothers.
ments, speak for itself and give Individual high threegamesets 'Albert Bryant 165 their annual Boat I}ide '' HOP UH' before you buy.
each member the button-pop. : Leo, Armbrister 163 Wednesday, July 3, at 8, p.jn., \enHh.\, FIfA, Conventional or
ping pride they deserve to have Willie Robinson 6GG; Cecil The "Dream Boat," seating
for being associated with such !Miller 665; Tommy Jackson :MI\ TO RESUME 275 people, will leave from the
fine aggregations.Remember 637. OPERATIONS: foot of NW 5th St. for a two-
the struggling in. High average was secured by: Charlie Hayek, ertswhlle and-a-half-hour cruise on beau. The specially Imllt honks you
fancy of the Excelsior league a Cyril Miller 187; Willie Rob manager of the Ml Club Informs tiful Biscayne Bay. There will have been asking for nit n re
few short seasons ago and not. inson 185; James Blackman 181. this column that the Ml Club be music, dancing and refresh. aUt)'. Now In beautiful Itlchnionil -
ing how the list of bowlers will soon be the gathering spot ments, beginning a half hour Height**. Open House
with 150 average and up has for all those who like to combine before departure time. soon.
grown indicates the effort and The Excelsiorettes, a mixed bowling with a little night Over 20 people present at
seriousness the sport has takenon league which affords the wo- life. The club, cradle of bowling Mra. Brady's pledged their sup
among our bowlers. men the opportunity to show in Miami, was greatly missed port to the
project and accepted Watch die news for the openingof
their skill has also
produced and It i U hoped that this new tickets to sell. The group two models furnished. Never
Individual high score gameof some rated bowlers among the venture will be one of lasting
was grateful to Mr. and Mrs. before have yon neon such
the seaspn was racked up 269 by .1 ladies. duration. Brady for their hospitality and beauty, In the Height! Call . ,
Albert Bryant MIAMI RPIUNGR WILL BE
High single games were re loyalty to the Young Demo-
Johnny Harvey 266 corded by: PARTIALLY GLOBED cratic Association.The Ora D. Taylor RealtyHIJtlstl'I''cl
Dennis Peak 256
Carrie Peak 234 The front nine holes of Miami next meeting of the
James Terry 256 Faustine Mathis 20-1( Springs Golf Course will be undergoing float Ride Committee for report Heal Estate Broker
In dividual .high three game Ruby Gnrland. 207 a facial for the next of tickets will be J set: >- High singles for men were three months and will be May 31, 8 at the'home 4802 N.W. 7th Ave.
Wilie Gena Robinson 673 Leo Armbrister 247 closed to the divot diggers for Dr. E. A. Ward, 5811 NW Oth
AWert Bryant 661 Albert Bryant 239 this period. However this will Ave. PL 83103. For Information
Eddie Johnson 647 High 3-game set for women: give a splendid opportunity to Dr. E. A. Ward is chairman Phone 759.5221
Averages of 150 and up: : Arlene Terry 530 all who would like to sharpen and Miss Ruby Thomas, Miss t
Willie Robinson 183 Ruby Garland 523 their irons on the specially designed Blanche Calloway and S. Hut. Evenings CE 5-4246
Willie Nicholson 179 Carrie Peak 515 par course. The back cheson are co-chairman of tho
Eddie Johnson 178 nine, which only has minor re boat ride. .. $$ ;. .. '::r.
James Blackman:: 178 High 3-game set for men: pairs, will also be available for
Frank Smith 175 James Terry 609 play.
Fred Mason 175
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Ernest Haynes 173 r.aaa NEW HOME FOR SALE
Johnny Harvey 172

Darden Baker 171 171 Located'' on Old Cutler Road in Goulds near Allapattah -
Dennis Peak LIBCITYDRIVEIN
Johnny White 171 Highway. 3-bedroom, family room, living,

Albert Wilton Bryant Cox 170 171 dining and spacious kitchen and utility. Large lot.

James Terry 170 THEATRE Low down and monthly payments.
Tim Williams 169
Ted Potter 169 Ora D. Taylor l Realty
167
Billie Frank Johnson Richburg 167 OX 1-7959 22nd Ave. and 69th St.
James Mitchum 166 759-5221 Evenings CE 5.4246

Mack Barnes 165 ., ,
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David Fussell }
Eddie WayCharles 163 NOW PLAYINGThe
Bridges 163
Sam Stewart 163 Take the little lady out to dinner She deserves it
Sandford Simms 162
Daniel Boone 162 r THF AIL NEW

Sam Bruce McDaniels McCord 161 162 Master of Suspense Is Back
With. :Two of His Greatest I J" n Iubryr.
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PAGE 10 SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1963 SOCIAL SECURITYiJOHNDOr. I VETERAN'S CORNER


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// This column is prepared be answered soon to General
weekly at the VA office, 981 Delivery Phoenix, before he

/ .., West Flaglcr' St., Miami, for information took off ,for Santa Monica, Cal.
of veterans in this
atmaaaan
At UWS7WVVIU SnLLI
ItEST lt
s.-. area. ., '
v One of the best selling pamphlets
Monthly old-age, survivors, HE WENT THATAWAY put out by Uncle Sam is the
and disability insurance benefits : TIIATAWAY-AND TIIATA- one on Federal Benefits. It is
In Dade County now top WAY known as' VA Fact Sheet IS-1
$7,578,483, Kenneth F. Valentine and can Ue purchased for 15
district manager of Social Walt Goodale, contact repre- cents from the Superintendentof
in Downtown Miami, sentative, received a card from
'tit: Security Documents, U. S. Govt. Print
one of his veterans saying he
said releasing his an- ,
today on
D.
ing Office, Washington, C.
had not received his A r i 1
nual county benefit data re- p
The 1063 revised is.
--- Religious concepts in totality check.. The card mentionedthat Feburary,
"My religion is that of the ought to include all there is. port.The new monthly figure rep he had told Goodale he was sue is now available.

Master, unshackled by dogmaor One belief must not cast stonesat resents an increase of 12.0 per- going to New Jersey the QUIZ, CORNERQ.
creeds, unhampered by classic another faith. One convictionis cent the corresponding card was mailed from Alukue- ;
over .
I 05 old and wantto
theology, but proving its not necessarily the best. All period last year. que, New Mexico but said the am for years VA MustI
pension.
worth by its deeds, a religion who among us except God can "This increase can be attributed veteran was headed for Phoe- have apply doctor's a
statement to
that lifts up the fallen wit h say which religious pedagogy to the changes in the law nix, Arizona He asked that he a
with
submit ?
application
compassion and. help, from the universe needs most. It in recent years, as well as to my
above that never casts stones is apparent that each type of the growth of our aged population A. No. If you are 65 or overa
at the sinful and spreads naught religion serves a useful pur- ," Mr. Valentine said. 'This Adult Seamstresses statement from a<, doctor is
but sunshine and love.- pose. money stimulates county busi- not usually required'for your

Author Unknown. SAYINGS FROM TilE ness; most of it is spent for in Fashion Show application to receive consideration.

A PHILOSOPHIC LOOU: AT LIVING RELIGIONS: food, clothing and shelter." However, if you are ableto
RELIGION "There is no longer any SundayThe obtain a statement from your

The excerpts are taken from doubt. Social Security benefitsare doctor which gives medical
Staring up at the heaven Joseph Gaer's book "The Wis- helping to stabalize the income Adult Home Economics findings Including X-ray reports -
through a telescope, brings justa dom of The Living Religions." and spending power of Education classes of Dade County etc., it may speed the
little closer, things infinitely 1UJDIJJ1AISM many residents in Dade County Schools extend an invita- processing of your application.VA .
large. Gazing down at the in Vhammapada ." tion to the public to attend their may be able to accept your
"Though a man out to
finitely small with a micro- battle go Monthly benefits first became 4th annual complimentary exhibit doctor's exam report in lieu of
scope, after just recently look- if he against a thousand men, payable in January, 1910, and and review of fashions on calling you in to be axaminedby
ing at the stars, creates an awe- conquers himself" he is the they have continued without In- Sunday, May 19 at 4 p.m. In a VA doctor.
some wonder. It dictates that greater conqueror. terruption for 23 years, accom- the auditorium of Miami North-
man is between these two ex t.HIUSTJ41Nl'l'LuJe 4:23: in western Senior High School.
panied a steady growth
tremes, the large and the small "Physician, heal thyself." the number by of beneficiaries. The theme is "Fashions Galoreby
Vacation in the MountainsFor
God then must engulf all CONFUCIANISM Analects Valentine noted that as of December Women Who Sew."
that is. Religion, the reputea "To learn and then to prac- 31 1C G2 108,338 Dade
way to the realm of God, must ticd what one has learned does Countians were, collecting, about Messrs W. Rougeau and John complete rest and relaxa-
then be very comprehensive. In not 'this bring with it a sense social Herman will do the honors as
$7,578,483 annually from tion plan to spend vaca-
this way can offer hope to all of satisfaction?" fashion commentators and your
The canons of all the world's HINDUISM Doctrine Chap- security, an increase of 11,8 percent music will be furnished by Mrs. tion at the LANDINA GUEST
1961.
religions provide hope In a icr 11That over in Dade Rosalyn Clark and other guest HOUS12 high in the cool moun
Most people < County,
framework of the many beliefs man alone is wise who he said could draw social security artists. talus \ Hendersonville, N. C.

and different faiths. remains master of himself. benefits if they knew more Achievement certificates will Private rooms and baths and

True religion does not brush /A1NISM 1:1: ; lt; shout the Jaw, and for that reason be awarded to outstanding stu- the finest food. For details
aside all else except Christianity 'Know what causes the bond. they are urged to visit or dents. write
as being worthless or divorced age of the soul, and knowing, call the local :social:; security ,
from God It, instead en- pry to remove it. office whenever they have a Hollis Landrum
hances all other truths. In the JUDAISM
Proverb 23:7. question concerning their bone-
fellowship of God, they are as As he thinks in his heart, lits or responsibilities. It!: ........I........... 710 1st Ave., W.
one. Tnen basic objectives are so is he. As of January 1963, in the
Hendersonville
nearly the same. When religion 19-SAFETY-3 N. C.
any .MOHAMMEDANISM; Koran I nation at large, more than 18
disrespects or disregards lie who knows hl.y self ,million beneficiaries
own l: were receiving Jl
......... Florida
tne other it does itself great knows God.SIIIMOISM. payments at the rate of in
harm. It's a sin. Religion oughtbe -
Chronicles 1.1 billion per month
..
godly and to lie this it must
All The
men have hearts, and average monthly old-age
be all-inclusive. each heart has its own learning. retirement benefit in Januarywas
One finds truth not only in 1V101HM Tao-Tc-King $7G.1U) for all States, whilein Be.'
the parables of Christianitybut He w'h o the State of Florida the average '
conquers others is
also in the analects of con
strong; he who his was $77,80, Mr. Valentine
conquers
fuciamsm. From the fables oiHmuuism own will is mighty. mid

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SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1963 PACE' 11



Grace Presbyterian


Celebrates Woman's DaySunday I


..
a May 19 Woman's
Day at Grace. We are very
happy to have as our morning
speaker, Mrs. Cora A Hanker-
son. Mrs. Hankerson is a teacher -
of the fifth grade at West
Dunbar Elementary School.
M i She received her II. S. degreein
Elementary Education at
td Bethune-Cookman College. Sheis F A. i 1 1A 1F
>i a member of Mt Zion Baptist
Church and the Delta Sigma
Theta Sorority. She resides

with her husband, John, at
5120 NW 23rd Ave.

1,350 Jehovah's Witnesses Woman's Day At The women of the church
will sponsor an annual Seasonal F
I Tea on the church lawn from i
Attend Meet Here"We Mt. OlivetteThe 4 to 0 In the afternoon. There us '
will be no evening service. this I .x
women of Mt. Olivette Sunday.Thanks. ;1
have shattered almost struggle pregnant with fears of ?
Louise Edwards
Mrs.
every Circuit convention rec- all kinds," Anderson told his Baptist Church cordially Invite to -
and Mrs. Muriel Cole-
ord previously established dur audience. "The east-west con- you to attend their 13th annual -
brook chairman and cochairman
ing the history of our Circuit" flict Is only a side skirmish in- Woman's Day Sunday. The respectively, for their fineWoman's -
Bennie Crump presiding min dicative of the .
of
greatest con- --- ---- ---
speaker for the occasion will be
ister of the Miami West congregation tests soon to come in a war Mrs. Athalie Range owner of CORA HAXKKKSOX
of Jehovah's Wit- that the Bible
calls Armaged
the Oscar
Range Funeral Home.
nesses said on the group's return don. Fortunately, he continued, Please come and hear this dynamic DayThe leadership In the present comp-
from their recent conven- the Bible In prophecy forecaststhe speaker. Little Rock AME Mis- any. Thanks to all the women
tion held at Biscayne Dog winner of the struggle for I sion, NW 32nd Ave. and 56th and the whole church, for i
Track. world God's Mrs. Arlene Strachan their valiant
supremacy, Kingdom chairman St. will celebrate its second an- support. I II
Mrs. Naomi Johnson and I
;
"An appreciative crowd of nual Woman's Day on Sunday.Sister .
Mrs. Myrtis Thomas, cochairmen
over 1350 turned out to hear An outstanding feature of Rev I. C. Mlckins Rev. Ruby Manuel FIRST BAPTIST
; pastor.
the answer to 'Who will win the convention was the record brings the morning message at
the Struggle for World Supre- number of persons baptised In 11 o'clock, and Sister Rev C. Rev W M. Davis, pastor
macy?', the feature address by symbol of their ordination as Zion Hill Woman's Robinson will speak at 3 p.m. Betty Wiley, reporter
All friends and well wishers
William Anderson, a district ministers of God.
are invited to these services. Sunday, which was Mother'sDay
supervisor of the Watchtower
Day Program we were blessed to have
Society of New York," Crump Mrs. L. Frazier Is chairman,
said. ST. JAMES A. M. E.18.t5 Mrs. D. M. Gallon is cochairman 535 persons In attendance. We
Zion 11111 Missionary Baptist and Rev. A. Gallon, pastor. the members, are very appreciative -
"The rapid communist expan- NW 65th Street Church extends an invitationto to those who attendedand
sion plus the race for space Rev. J. B. Blacknell, pastor all Sunday, May 19 to wor- hope that they and others
control has triggered a serious R. E. Copledan, reporter ship with us In our fourth annual Sunday School will como again.Sunday's .
Sunday was an outstanding Woman's Day program.
Lunch Ass'n
day. Mother's Day was cele- The morning speaker will be TeaThe scripture was taken
from St. John 14
NEW PROVIDENCE brated in Its truest form. A ca- Dade County School chapter and
read Rev A. J,
crowd by Thomas The
pacity worshipped thru- Lunch Association requests
wonderful
Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor out the day. Sunday also marked your presence at Its annual tea The Spirit message and the, "Evidenceof
Sis. Claudia Wilson, reporter the climax of the second featuring "Fashions in Review" of Motherhood Ministry
quarterly. The Rev. J. A Rob Sunday, May 10, four to seven by Rev. Davis., was The delivered
berts, presiding elder of the 11th p.m.t the Carver Branch messagewas
directed
to mothers
YMCA 5770 NW 15th Ave. main
Episcopal District, deliveredthe ,
ly because of the occasion. It
morning message. His r was very Inspiring(: and was ta
them was, "Differentiation of ISA1IAI ken from Exodus 212.:
Two Mothers." Rev. Blackness Miss Margaret Dencage. memo
delivered the evening's mes- ber of the Miami Baha'i Community A musical will be sponsored
sage. His theme was "An Old will speak at the by the No. 2 choir Friday, May
Fashioned Mother." One con- Baha'i Center, 137 NW 11th Ave. 17 on behalf of their anniversary
vert was received into fellow- 8 p.m. Sunday, May ID. Her which will bo Sunday,
subject will be "The Meaning May 10.Remember.
ship.The following mothers were of Sacrifice" The public h! in-
honored: Mrs. Annie Mooten, vited to attend. Phone secre- : Our doors arc
!Mrs. Gussie Harris, Mrs. Pru- tary, FR 1-5120 for further information open ed." and our hands are extend

dence Johnson, Mrs. Annie Ed. .

wards, Mrs. Barbara Shaw,
Mrs. Mary Jenkins, Mrs. Vera
Mae Coffee and Mrs. Mobley Woman's Day at Antioch I
pr (Bethel AME Church) Talla-

hassee. Sunday, May 10, Antioch will At the evening worship a
A family pew rally was spon observe Its annual Woman's panel cllscusblon! will bo pro-
sored. Mrs. E. Roberson and. Day The pastor, Rev. O. W. Rented. Tlio panelists are: Mrs.
Mrs. A. Cox received honorsfor the dynamic Gloria Braynon Foster, general chairman Mrs Thcdford Johnson, Miss Marie
Robinson. Our speaker,
evening
having reported the high- Gladys Coachman and co- White, Mrs. M. Louise Culver,
est amount. Collection for the Mrs Sally Carline. Both are chairmen. Mrs Rachel Jl. Pratt Mrs Elizabeth N. Pittman and
staunch workers in the chUl'ch.MrR. .
day $727.Visit -_._ ,--_.._- -_..__. Mrs. Gallic M. Foster, moderator.
REV. C. J. BURNEY St. James the Friendly Robinson, Instructor at I They will speak from the
The members of New Providence Church with the warm wel- BTW. theme: "Christian Women

M. B. Church are busy come. Our theme: "A Woman's Religion Lifting ai They Climb In This
making ready to observe the on Trial! We are expecting Modern Ago." The St. Luke No.

pastor's second anniversary, MT. TABORRev. you. 2 choir will render the song
which will be held Monday, Mrs. Eunice Dobson, chairman service and the women of
May 20, Rev. W. K. Smith, P. S. Brown minister ; Mrs Barbara Robinson, usher board No. 1 of New Mt.
pastor of Greater New Bethel Miss Dessle Crocket, reporter co-chairman; Mrs. Lucille Zion Baptist Church will serve.
Baptist Church Opa-locka and Mother's Day was quiet and Moore, co-chairman: ; Rev. J, P. The chairmen have worked
his members will be In charge. very beautiful occasion as the Pickett, pastor. diligently with the cooperation
We are expecting a fine time. ......
pastor, members and friends ""- ----
Visitors and friends are wel- paid tribute to mother on her
come to come and take a part ST. LUKE BAPTISTRev. :
both and financial. day.The
spiritual
pastor's message centered P. W. Williams, pastor
Remember the sick and those around family life. He emphasized Mrs. Bunesba Green, reporter
who are grieved over 'the lost the fact that the family The No. 1 usher board and
of their loved ones. who prays together stays the No. 1 and 2 choirs Invite
together. The Male Chorus sang you to a Fashion Show Sun-
'vt *
touching and appropriate day, May 19, from 3 to 0 p.m. AMW
ST. BARNABAS W. M. hymns.We Donation 50 cents.

Rev. J K. Culmer, pastor were greatly encouragedto
A.
hear that In a matter of The barbecue sale is still going -
Mrs. S. Dawkins, reporter weeks our church will be com on In front of the church
Sunday being Mother's Day, pleted.Members. I each Saturday afternoon. Also
a spicy program was renderedby are working hard I dinners will be on sale In the --- -- w

the adults and young people. on the Pew Rally so that when j dining room Sutiday after ser- ;. ALBERTA BATTLE
Miss Theresa Lewis was In the building Is completed we vice. Price $1.00.TRINITY and Mrs. Alberta Battle, extend -
charge, The young folk were at will be able to seat our many to the put/lie a cordial
their best. The No. 1 choir fur- friends who will worship and welcome to join In the obser-
C M. E.
nished music with Mrs. L. rejoice with us. vance.

Knowles, their organist and the Coming Events: Friday, May 511 NW 4th St. The women will be In chargt
Junior ushers served. The pas- 17, a Night of Fun, 3700 SW Rev. E. T. Brown, pastor rf the services all day begln- "
tor gave the closing remarks. 26th St., Hollywood. The minister and members InK with Sunday School at 0:30

Evening aevotlon was led by Saturday, May 18, a BedSpread invite you to attend the morning :a.m. with Mrs. Lucretia Cole-

the pastor. Our aslstant pastor Raffle and sale, 1435 worship services at 11 a.m. man serving as superintendent.Mrs. --- -_. --.
delivered the message from NW 67th St., Mrs. Jeraldine Vann Toomer, wife of
Malachi 3, theme, "ReturningBack Jenkins. The subject of the sermon the Rev. Toomer of Fort MKH. VANN TOOMER
to God." Everyone was Sunday, May 19, a Fashion will be The Divine Answer to Lauderdale, and principal of of all the women of the churchfor
spiritually blessed. Mrs. M. E. Show, 2245 Rutland St., Opa-I The Momentous Question." the Collins Elementary School the preparation of this pro
Culmer was at the piano. locka. Mr. and Mrs. Fred of Dania, will deliver the gram. A day full of activities lain
You are cordially Invited to Home, Time 4 to 6 p.m. The Tea of Roses will be morning message. The New Mt. the making. It Is the sincere
attend the City-wide Mission Sunday, an after service pro presented by Stewardess Board Ion Choir No. 1 of Hlaleah, hope that the publls will find
meeting Sunday, May 19 at 3:30: I Ip.rn. gram.Remember. .No. 2 the 4th Sunday In May, will render the song service, Its way to Antioch, located at
Visitors are always wel- our sick and shut under the leadership of Mrs. and the women of Shiloh's 1800 NW 64th St. for both ser
come. ins in prayer. Inez Sanders. usher board No. 1 will serve. vices on Sunday.



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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. CARD OF THANKSThe The CARD OF THANKS IN MEMORIAM

PAGE 12 SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1963 family of the late, DAISY TAYLOR In loving memory of our

,.,,, A' '.' '..T>4.1 loving son,
"' "' timeto
1IIi" '''''' "' J would like to take this
thank each of you for your ... AillMA J!I.. r:JIII ,pI _"

CARDS ... MEMORIAlS- generosity In the passing of our
:.; mother and aunt. Your prayers, '
telegrams, flowers and cards
.._..._....... =. .Cr'JK..T_. .W_ .. ,____.n.l. In hour of
were inspiring our

CARD OF THANKS IN r HEftlORIAH\ sorrow.A special. thanks to the Rev. + ai

and Mrs. James Pickett, Dea
The entire family of the late In loving memory of our dear con and Mrs. Early Foster for i

REMILDA CASH DAMES mother, I L. dedicating their time with the
wish to express their sincere family. We are still asking for
_
_... '. .... ._ ,
thanks and appreciation to the "'1: '"' '''' your prayers. '
many neighbors and friends Daisy Cohen, daughter
who extended kindnesses of any Stella Davis, daughter
kind during the recent illness Betty Jean Roberts,
and death of our loved one. Our I granddaughter
burden was:: made lighter as W 9 Lucille Moore
result of your thoughtful acts e 5" Runette Williams

In the form of cards, telegrams, i Burnice Mobley
floral contributions, car donations Eunice Dobson, nieces k L'xt

food, participation on i

program, etc. I 1G'! KEMORIA I N ;
Special thanks and appreciation 7 : ; ; ?
J
are extended to Rev. Aaron I : ,; : In J loving memory ofMRS.
D. Hall and the members of I j I. :
Ebenezer Methodist Church, ;:: I MRS DEf BORIS ANN PORTERwho "

the Bethell-Williams Funeral .t r':",: ,,,\ ; ? passed from life on May a 8 S FELTON NlCKERSON
'
. . : "
Home, choir No. 1 and 2 of : f't'f" 3, In Jackson: Memorial Hospital w1
; who this life 17
departed May ,
Ebenezer Methodist Church, *
after short illness wishto
a ,
the neighbors of Fifth Avenue, % : 1900.
? thank and appreciation -
express
Sweet the memories that
are
Mrs. Genevieve S. Lockhart, Lt
to all who shared our sorrow -
and Miss Thomasena G. Walker. ., acts words and deedsof never fade
by ,
love but could
Of
not
one we
.. fjf.f
'" 'f.'i': May God bless each one of \ 1' :. the and members of saveBrokenn
: pastor
'it. 'L : : : :5 } : : link we can never replace -
; ; : Church of
you.The Family }." ,....:,,.;if:: : : ...::;1,. ,.. .." ::>:'";.t First Brownsville Baptist and Range Funeral

;t: ; ; .': ;'. Home. May God bless] all of You are always in our hearts
; t : sleep In
May
: : 'J/ i':! : T} you. you peace.
IN MEMORIAMIn .Ij'i,f; ;"'!{-i\: ':p.' h,q.'t 'wI .' Minnie Nickerson, mother
.; 'jjJd' ; Atti., :.., .::,j, ;i4 iA; ;,:i Felton Nickerson, father
loving memory of our dear husband grandfather., father, brother and I "MRS IRENE NEWMANvho t IN r H-EMORIAM\ I .' Grand Parents and

_._ ._-_... .__. departed this life May 7, In loving memory of our dear Relatives
ro i r 1958. Five years have passed, mother,

nother dear, since God has ,
'ailed you home to be withif 1 !Y Yk d CARD OF THANKS

+Urn yo in heaven. We often sit T'T:

nd think of you when we're
lone for memory Is the only
hing that grief can call its own. E
Your life is a beautiful mem- I VICTORIA WARD
ry, your absence a silent grief; who passed May 22, 1959
leep on In peace. Safely, safely gathered in
Sadly missed by your chlld- Far from sorrow, far from sin
en; God has saved from weary
Hazel C. Sanders and strife
Frank Newman Our mother who Is resting in k
4 fr, ,4s,, the Savior's love.
,
:air rAQ
a Daughters::;:
h THANKS
r CARD OF
a Mrs. Mable I. Daniels A
We, the famili' of the late Mrs Lottie E. Ward 4
.., Mrs. Marguerite Davis;
< ''' -' -'
n Mrs Cleomie] Bloomfield
,
And other family
I
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: .t&!: CARD OF THANKS
vd 12!! ..
d kdf a s a ,4 ; We, the family of the latetfe.'lf.'f"

GEORGE DEAN t .t . 48! R : :: ...." -
who departed this life May 15, 4i1 1LZ MRS. HEATHER ADDERLETY

1959. __....__ __ __ ___'n' .___...._..._ _n..
Gone, but not forgotten. k who departed this life May 13,
May his soul rest in peace, 1DGO. Mrs. Deborah Hicks, wife ofa
and light perpetual shine upon Yy May\ she rest In peace and L1 : pioneer Miami photographer
him. .' flftl light perpetual shine upon her. of 2140 NW GOth St., who diedMay '
Mrs. Catherine Dean, wife Clarence "Lucky" Wilson 4it I 7 In Jackson Hospital was
And Family And Family 'rN I buried on Tuesday from the St.
A'A'Y James AME Church with the
Rev. J. B. Blacknell officiating.

N, MEMORIAM V x CARD OF THANKS 1i I wish to thank all the won-

In sad \b'ut loving of ; r The family of the lateI derful people who appeared on
t memory the program and those who
s. I Fa d I t. v ,-_. -. ,-,,. "".'III<",.."' ..._. sent cards, telegrams and flow-
t : r ers, or offered( service or condolence
In any way. Special
thanks to the Range Funeral
Home and St. James AME
Church. Your kindnesses will
never be forgotten.
James E. Hicks, husband

i _M
MRS.: CARRIE LEE POOLERwho i
departed this life April
25 in Dublin, Ga., wish to take .
R., this method to express sincere ROSCOE GASKIN I
thanks ,and appreciation to all wish to thank the many
i our many friends and neighbors d-c\ ;!' friends, neighbors and relatives -
I for their prayers, calls, flowers, for cards letters, telegrams -
f I'I'q, cards, telegrams, letters and r flokers, and all other
donations. And all other kind \ II. WILLIAMSwho kind gestures snown duringour 6
I gestures of sympathy. Special h of bereavement
o u r s
thanks Rev C. J. died} April 30 nnd was
Burneyand
to
Special thanks to Mrs.; Athalie
I buried May G, wish to thankall
New Providence Baptist
Range and staff of the Range
Church, and Rev W. P. Tarpley friends who showed acts of Funeral home, Rev F. L.
i it. and New Mount Calvary Baptist } kindness Vy sending cards,, Smith, staff of the Jackson
Church, and the Rev. R. telegrams ahcl flowers, for the Memorial Hospital and neigh-
C. Solomon and New Mt. Zion loaning of cars and all other bors of 11th St. for donation
'' "" Church,. and Wyche contributions made toward us
Baptist Again many thanks to all, and
't. MRS. IDA MAE LEMON Funeral Home ,of Dublin, Ga. in Special our bereavement.thanks to Range may God bless each and every-
f f who departed this life May 14, May God bless you all. one of you.
Funeral Home and to Rev. P.
.I -
1 5 1957. Rev R. L. Pooler, husband Mrs. Vera Gaskin, wife
S. Brown of Mt. Tabor Baptist
Robert L. Pooler Jr., son And Family
Gone but will never be for
. gotten.Loving. John Wesley Pooler, son Church. May God bless all of

, ways and kind in all her Mildred Berry Jean Pooler Parker, daughter, Dght. you.Carrie Williams, wife IN MEMORIAMIn

Upright and just to the end of Jennie G. Pooler, daughter And Family loving memory of our dear
P Brothers: mother and grandmother, . .
---
4 her days; ( ---
Sincere and true in her heart 'v Mack White and FamilyJoo IN r HEMORIAM\ MRS. EMMA LOUISE Mrs. Carnetta Thurston
White and JOHNSONwho
and mind; Family Turnquest, a former Miamian
A beautiful memory she left be Red White and Family In loving memory of my dear departed this life May 17 who lived in the Bronx N.Y.,
Tommie White and Family 1961. >
hind. father, was killed in an automobile accident -
And In silent sorrow . It's Junior White and Family MR. JESSIE LEE GREEN We miss you, also love you, on Saturday, May 11.
nothing I can do, Sisters: but God loved you best and Services were held in New
Except to live a better life . Mary Harris and FamilyAru who departed this life May 17, when our work on earth is York on Thursday. She is sur
In memory of you Smith and Family 1001. through I want to go to heaven vived by a husband, Leroy two
Mrs. Louise A. Mitchell, Roberta Smith and Family Happiness and rest, a loving there where I know I'll find sisters, Diana Darrell of Miami
,, daughter Three aunts, one uncle anda God knows best. and Bertha Mae Thurston of
r ,. Mrs. Ozula Wright Lane, host of nieces and nephewsand Rest in peace: you.Mrs.. Edith Pollard New York; and an uncle, Cleveland -
sister cousins. Charles Green, son :. And Family Thurston of Homestead.

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MRS. ORA D. WILLIAMS of MRS. VASSIE RICIS of 323
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= !-.o.;..__ 1140 NW 2nd Ave., dpt. 2, diedat NW 7th St., died May 15. Arrangements -

RANGEJAMES her home May 4. She is survived !: are incomplete.. FOR SALE
Survivors Include her husband
. r by her parents, Mr. Rnd ClassifiedFOR
father James Watson
Norris
DIXON SR. of 328 Mrs. Leroy and Mamie Living ; Mrs. LOVELY CBS Big Florida
NE 70th St., died May 13 aftera stan; three sisters, Mrs. Clara Sr., a daughter brother, Ethelyl James room, tile roof, awnings, houseIs
.
Armstrong, a
short illness. He is
survivedby Miss Mattie
Ivory, Livingstonand immaculate. The nicest one
Watson sister and other rela-
his wife, Remilda, six sons, Miss Hazel Livingston;' tives. a on' the block. $100 down and
James Vernon, Roland, Melvin, three brothers, James Dennis RENT $8J: month. Life Realty 4932
Henry and Willis. Two daughters and Booker T.; two daughters, ilnfurnlstac I NW 7th Ave. PL 94371. Open
Mildred and Sheila, seven Rose Ester and Eloise Williams FURNISHED or I Sunday and evenings.
grandchildren. Services> Tuesday Services held Saturday Albert t apt. in Opa-locka area. 1-bedroom -
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at 2. pm, in the chapel. Ite in the chapel with Rev, Emory unfurnished. $15 week, 2
BEST BUY
CBS Florida
Will bd in repose Monday at 2p.rn Jackson officiating, MRS. ARQUILLA COLLINS, bedroom unfurnished. $18, 1 ,
. . bedroom furnished $21, 2-bed- room, awnings, fenced, central
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1912 NW 4th Ct. died 11;
May
heat appliances. $300 down and
rooms furnished $25. Call Mlc< ,
I'I'I I'I I'r and was sent to Metter, Ga
RG9 month. Life Realty 4932
ULYSSES a DONALDSON, May 15 for service and burial. kins Rental Agency. NE 4-0500() NW 7th Ave. PL 94371.
Jr. of 501 NW 4th Ave. Indi
apt Her survivors include [n sister,
I 325 died May 10. Services held Mrs. Mattie Burton of Metter.
Tuesday from St. John Baptist 1-BEDROOM furnished apt. All NO QUALIFYING Duplex
I Church with Rev. Thedford utilities, downtown nrea. $18 ef $500 down and move in. Both
Johnson officiating. lIe leaves MRS. GRACE JOHNSON, ficiency, $13. Call 1\lIcl\ to mourn a mother and father, died at home, 355 NW 14th Terr. Agency. NE 40500. Indf are fully furnished. Lot is extra
4.F Mr. and Mrs. Ulysses Donaldson She is survived by her husband largo and runs right into Manor
I two sisters, a grandmotherand Joseph; a son, Joseph Jr.; a 2-DEDROOM HOUSE. Nice big Park. Life Realty. 4932 NW 7th
other relatives. grandchild. Services held on lot. $20 week. Also 4-room Ave PL 9-4371. Open Sunday.
Thursday in the chapel. house $12CO week. Call Saturday
t, 22CO NW 02nd St. 0884825. NO QUALIFYING 3-bed-
HUGH LIVINGsTON CASHof *i M18 CBS in heart of Manor
a 1421 NW 6th Ct.,. died May JAMES MACK, husfoand of room
Park. l"lorida fenced
room
L 13. He is survived Gertrude 631 22nd St. Hla- op-
wife W.
by a CLEAN FURNISHED room for nUances, 3 air conditioners.
*? Miriam, two daughters, Mrs. leah, died! May 15. Other sur- woman. 1091 NW 55th Terr $500 down, Life Realty, 4932
JL Vangelia Nelson and Mrs. Ale. vivors arc two sons, a sister Call 751-0543 after C p.m. NW 7th ave. PL 9-4371, Open
thea Butler and two sons Gurth and two brothers. Arrangements -
and Frederick: Services held in are Incomplete.MRS. DROWN SUB area (new) two Sundays.NO. .
the chapel Thursday with Fr. bedroom opt Oak floors, tHe QUALIFYING
.4 k' J r Griffin officiating. bath, 2 large bedrooms, built in Lovely
ELEANOR JONES, Florida room, 2-car garage, fully
2931 NW 55th St., died at home oven and range, large refrigerator. -
fenced, in heart of Manor
Call HI
:3193 50th St.
NW
JEFF DAVIS BRITT of 1311 May\ 15. Her survivors include Park. $500 down and $85 month
NW 2nd Ave., died May 10. lie a son, daughter,. six brothers 8.1110. Life Realty, 4032 NW 7th ave.
leaves to mourn a ntother, Mrs, and three sisters. Arrangementsare '
Qe. PL 0-4371. Open Sundays.
: a: SETTLED LADY to share apt.
s v. Mollie Britt four sisters, Mrs. incomplete. I'
s ,a
.z Annie Ware, Mrs. Bertha Mills, right: on bus and Jitney lino.
MRS. MABLE WRIGHT, of Mrs. Sarah Brown and Mrs. 17th Ave near G8th St. OX MUST SEE Pretty CBS In
1814 NW 2nd Ct.. died in Jackson I Katey Kendricks, a brother, MRS. ISABELLA EDMONDS' MGOO. Stephens Manor Garage, tile
Hospital. She is survived George and other relatives. of 921 NW 2nd Ct., died May roof, appliances, nice yard. $.100
by a daughter Mamie Chapman 15. Arrangements are incom FURNISHED APTS., efficiencies down and $OR a month. Life
a close friend Isaiah Wilcox j Services held Thursday at plete. 1 bedrooms and 2 bedrooms Realty\ 4032 NW 7th ave. PL
a sister. Cornelia Pinkney, the Church of Christ, Written I very clean: CBS buildings. Quiet 9.H71: Open Sundays.
two brothers Joe Fox' and William in Heaven with Elder flyers I residential[ area 1879 NW 47th

Mitchell, three grand- officiating. MELVIN J. THOMPKINS, St. Adults only. Call Carey's, LOT, located at 47th St. ..between -
young son of Mr. and Mrs.
children, several nieces and 371.3622.
20th and 30th Ave. Extra
James L. Thompklns of 1811
Service
nephews.Israel Bethel Primitive Thursday Baptist at MRS. CONNIE DAGLEY of Rutland St., 0pa-locka died PER, six room unfurnished lartro./ Price $3,000. Call PL
Church with Rev. P. D. Brant- 1720 NW 3rd Ct. died at home May 10 and will bo funcralizcd house, free gas and 4.3957 any time after 5 p.m.dnlly. .
May 15. Services incomplete Saturday 11 a.m. at the Triumph Jl
ley officiating. She will be in are Griffin water. Stove and lofrlgerutor
Church with Rev. A. M, -
repose Wednesday 2 p.m. l 0013 NW 24th Ave.
officiating Ho i is also sur- $2r)0! down. Manor Park area.

vived by his twin brother. ROOM for refined couple. No Lovely CBS. $0.000 total. Fla.

,\c1 ng the year 1918. His!: survivors 090-4887, call nfter 5pm. all. Call mo A. Bcn-Kori ReAl-
'Include his widow Mrs. Roxina 7 Saturdays Summer Treat! tor, 711 NW r.2nd St. NiteR PL
Edward three daughters, BEGINNING JUNE 22nd'' ROOM in private home. Couple 0-r/>r>33.: Days PL 43131.

Mesdames Nellie Coke, Mary Quality classes in Music preferred. Call after 7:30: p.m. TWO ,
CBS homes on
Larmond and MIs. Estherlene 031-0684.
And Dance lot. Ideal for rental! income
Edwards; four sons, Austin Jr., one
Thomas Samuel and Joseph; a Itcgistrr',. 'In :May on HadmluyH, LOVELY house for small family era' biff fnmllv. Manor Park
d s sister, Mrs. Matilda Moss, and Fine Arts Conservatory convenient to stores and area. Only $tiOO down for this
; 10 grandchildren. 757.1351 buses, fenced $20 good buv. Call A. Ben-Kori,
615 NW 60th St. yard. per
Realtor. 711 NW 02nd St. Nites
wrck. Can buy $100 down, bal-
Funeral services will be con- ance like rent. NE 5-55GQ. PL O- 5:13.: Days' PL 4-3131,
1w:
lucted bv the Church of God
True Holiness of which Sister PRIVATE HOUSE 1-bcdroom r. Y CORNER lot will Hell'

Richardson is the pastor, on sleeping porch, stove, rcfrigcrlor. 152.750; cash or terms. NE
Wednesday, May 22 at 2 p.m. 712 NW 50th) St Half blockShell's. 5-5500.
mIl will be held at the Tent, located f"om $15 week.
on NW C2nd St. between CBS Duplex, Ifpantlful one bedroom -

11th and 12th Aves. f1AIt PRIVATE HOUSE, 1 or 2 with n Florida room.
n'oplo, furnished, 1371 NW landscaped, near 12th ave and
:i' fiSth St. $12 week.POSITION !fist'} St Free, call owner
\ NELLIE M. HOWARDof I ,',.' 0310333.
3000) NW 52nd St. will be I #

}Mrled from St. John Baptist WANTED NICE 2 bedroom frame house
v Church on Saturday at 2:30: MECHANIC, age 55 wants per unfurnished except refrigerator -
-' - M -- Ttn, with Rev. Thedford John- Y imncnt Job, I 5 or 5V4 days n stove end gas< floor furnnce.
'
AUSTIN EDWARDS of 1274 son officiating. She is survived week 35 years experience. All Mostly white section JM500total. <
N\V 71st Terr died May 14 following by her husband, Joe, two fos- kinds!' of cars tractors and One mortgage $!..1oo
a short illness. He had' fer> children, Tyrone and Adelle, trucks. All kinds of small mob House is! near 80th St.. 22nrt
I been a resident of Miami for two brothers and two ,sisters.:; ors. Also a welder. Call TW 'Ave For details call 'OX
more than 10 years, having She is now in repose in the Your BMA man 1 8721.: Broomes Garage, Main 1.7087,
come here from his home in chapel. *t., Chatsworth, N J, Jl tNICE
LOT in Fort Lauderdale
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a friend for life WANTEDHARDER. NW 7th Court, Jot 30, block 30.

IN MEMORYIn 5010 NW 32nd Ave. Call FR MOOO.
''ull time or Saturday. Call NE
.and healthHere's J 0172.. WANT SCHOOL Teacher to
dear husband .
loving memory of my '' CBS
buy me. I am n gorgeous:
SHADDIL WARD the man who can EARN MORE MONEYI! Lot us home with 2 bedrooms, largo
counsel with about bet and) on 3 lots.
how to make you a Fla. room garage
show your
who passed away six months ago Insurance you dollar provide the trr living plan, part time, full $500 down. $n2> per o "1"-0.*
It was a beautiful morning November 17 and It seems utmost value in Life and time. No experience necessary; me at 748 NW //HAt St. Newsrtca1ty
like Just today, when he walked into the kitchen with a Health Insurance protection, Ml; 1 NW 2nd Ave. Monday thru Inc. PL 40055.JM3EDROOM .

smile, kissed "me and' sat down to eat his breakfast. After including: Saturday, 8:30: am. : CBS. *3 no down.

he finished he walked slowly out of the house and said tome ..retirement Income CHILD CARE No closing costs. $0.000 total.

I "Darling, I'll see you." I went to the end of the porch ..educational plans I keep babies and small $73 month, 1853 NW 47th St.

: with him. He said he felt well. He never complained. He ...disability Income (children j 2770. in my home. Phone WI (13-0880.)

i would always smile to make me believe he was feeling well. ...hospitallzatlon .-...-.....- .- .. .--..- ..-.- .- .- .-...- .-.-- -.-.N-. .................................... .. III .-. .-. .-. .- .- .- .

We had such a short but sweet life together. He was ..home ownership BATHS CBS
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BEDROOMS
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so kind and understanding. His life was made up of little ..annuities
things in which smiles, kindness and small obligations are Plus CBS guest house. 801 N.W. 75th St. $16,000

I what won and preserved the heart and secured comfort.I of Call today personal for n freo insurance survey $600 cash $103 pays all. Can be used as 2-bedroom,

know God has not promised skies always blue, flowers needs.your 1 bath plus efficiency plus guest house and live absolutely

streams, pathways all our lives through. He did not promisesun rent free. Partly furnished I lOne FHA

without rain, Joy without sorrow peace without pain CARL W. RINALDI mortgage. Exclusive. PL 41841.

but He has promised strength for the day. HI"KCIA It KKIMIESKXTATI! GUNSON REALTY, Inc.

Our hearts were made to bleed but time and AlmightyGod 9301 N.E. 6th Ave.

has served to help soften the blow. -

True, my heart suffered a voidness, but the beautiful Res. MU 8.2483
FLORIDA ROOM
memory, even the brief time together Is a measure of con- Das. 757-5729: BEDROOM

solation. Miami Miens :38, FluHdu 776 N.W. 46th Street

Sweet are the memories that never fade, of one I love $11,000 $500 cash $84 month. No qualifying or

but could not save, a loving smile and happy face, broken red: tape! No closing cost. Range and refrigerator.

link I could never replace. (J3MA"JIUS1JCESS Carporte. Big work shop in rear. IVa: lots. Hurryon

The sweet memories of Shaddie will linger and linger this one 1

forever in heart. MEWS ASSURANCE r CO. *.
and linger my '
.: I II Kama, *City 41,MlMOUIt 1GUNSON\ REALTY,Inc., PL 41841t

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tHE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA.
115 to Get Diplomas at Bethune-Cookman
PAGE 14 SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1963

Thomas Civic Enterprise and Human Bethune Beach; Friday, May
Speakers Relations. 21, At Home with the Presidentand

Thurman and The Commencement Calen-, His Family 8 p.m.; Satur- Labor Department OfficialIs
day, May 25, Alumni Registration -
dar is as follows: Friday, May I
8 to 5 White Hall and
DAYTONA BEACH Dr. 17, Junior-Senior Prom, 8 p.m., p.m.
Pic-
Moore Class Reunion
Howard Thurman, dean of Moore 19 Gym, Florida Normal Sneaker
Gym; Saturday, May tures 5 Library steps,
p.m. - - - -- -
Univer-
Marsh Boston
Chapel Beach Outing, College Family, Alumni Reunion Banquet 7p.m.
sity, will deliver the bacca- 9 to 4 p.m., Bethune Beach; Faith Hall, Sunday, May ST. AUGUSTINE Arthur affecting the Department of La.
laureate address on Sunday, Monday, May 20, Senior Chapel, 20, Senior Breakfast, 0 a.m., A. Chaoin. special assistant to bor and the Department's efforts -
May 26, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon lla.m., Gertrude Hochkiss Heyn
to promote equal Job
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Faith Hall, Annual Tour of city the U. S. Secretary of Labor opportunities
in the Moore Memorial
Tomas Chapel; TuesdaY1 May and Mary McLeod Bethune will deliver the address for the and is responsiblefor
ium and Dr. James T. ,
21, Tree Planting se, 1 Foundation Wreath the Department's attention
Laying of 71st annual commencement exercises -
associate secretary of the boardof p.m., College Campus and Senior and Baccalaureate Services, at Florida Normal and being directed to specific prob-
education of the Methodist Chat with the administration lems as they relate to employ
27 Alumni Cof-
Monday, May Industrial Memorial College on
Church Nashville, Tenn., will 8 p.m., Heyn Chapel; Wed fee Fellowship Hour, 8 to 0 a.m. May 20. The Commencement ment and other manpower
deliver the commencement address nesday, May 22, Consecration problems. The former Secretaryof
exercises will begin at 10:00: in
May 27, at 10 a.m. In the Service, 7 p.m., Heyn Chapel; Ranslow Hall, Commencement Labor, Justice Goldberg
the Heckscher Gym, accordingto
gym, according to Dr. Richard Thursday, May 23, Beach Out- Exercises, 10 a.m. The publicis awarded Mr. Chapin the De-
Dr. R. W. Puryear, presidentof
V Moore, president of Bethune- ing, Senior Class, {9)I to 4 p.m., invited to all activities. FNIMC. partment's meritorious service
Cookman College. award for leadership and ser-
Mr. Chapin was appointed Mi-
;
rI nority Groups Consultant to vice.Rev.
V
k k9TH the Department of Labor and A. Theodore Jones, assistant -
the Bureau of Employment Security director Dept. of
,, by the Secretary of La- Schools and Colleges of the
bor, Feb1. 20, 1961, and later appointed American Baptist Convention
qrA Y as a Special Assistantto will be the baccalaureate speaker
the Secretary of Labor. on Sunday, May 19.

r As Special Assistant he advises -
5 the Secretary on matters Join NAACP!

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Board ed on the committee.
the Dallas, Ft. Worth area and
Church and vice 1
chairman of the executive com- surrounding communities were ----
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mittee
This mammoth affair was TV SICK?
Bethune Cookman College Weekly Rates
held in the Dal-Worth High
Doctor of Laws; Bishop James School auditorium where the Have ft repaired on credit If
Walton Henley, resident bishop, honored Is principal.The you live In Liberty City or $14.50 1 bedroom $18.50 bedroom Apt.
Florida and Cuba Conferencesof Brownsville.' Pay weekly Free
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Jacksonville and chairman of, pred a man of no 1)fU 090-3581{ ; I
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Mrs. Lucille Roberts Schuler, speaker.
Brooklyn, N. Y. Business and
Civic Enterprise; Mrs. Mae Gar- ( On Sunday, April 21 at then
ris, New York City, Business / o'clock service the Rev. B. RENTAL
and Civic Enterprise; Louis M. E. Collie, pastor of St. J o h n
Kottle Daytona Beach, Busi- Baptist Church and the General -
ness and Human Relations; the chairman of the David Dan-
Rev. Benjamin A. Anderson iels Testimonial Banquet
Warrington, Fla., Religious andHuman brought a climax to the meet- AGENCY INC.
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AWARD 110 SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1963 PAGE' 15
On the morning of May 6 the Mrs Annette McNeal, club sis-
Northwestern family led by ter; Mrs. Beatrice R. Robinson, DEGREESNASHVILLE

Principal 8 O. Cohen cele- nora PTA Johnson.representative Mrs.; Livingston Mrs. Le- Meharry ND Teacher to Study in Mexico

brated E. B. Jones Day honoring Adderly, Deacon Nelson of Mt. Medical College officials announced -
Mrs. Ozie Lee Mathls North orientation which will
Mrs. Est lIe B. Zion today that 110 candi- program
Jones who Baptist Church and Mrs.
Dade Junior-Senior SchoolIs the
High for the
prepare group seven
dates
is retiring at the end of this Mamie Thompson. will graduate during the
college's 88th commencement one of 52 Spanish teachers weeks: of residence In Mexico.
school year. Retired teachers who attended exercises. chosen from nearJy 200 applicants During their stay In Mexico In.

The marquee In front of the were Mrs Kate S. Dean, Mrs, A' total of 71 students will ACcelve throughout the United stitute participants will live
school proclaimed "E. B. JonesDay" Dena G. Pickett, Miss Char- the M. D degree; 20 the States who will participate; in part time in a private home and
and a larger than life lotte Ellison, Miss Emily C, DDS; six will be presented cer the National Defense EducationAct part time In the Hotel Colonial
Thomas, Mrs. Bertie tificates In medical Institute for Secondary in Puebla, since one of the main
sized portrait of the honoree, Fayson, technologyand
School Teachers of Spanish to objectives of the
done by the Art classes adorned Mrs. H. L. Slfontes. four will get diplomas In summer program
dental technology be held for two weeks on the is to give the participants
the front entrance to the David Simmons was masterof Dr. Howard Thurman, dean campus of the University of first-hand knowledge of the
school.
ceremonies for the occasion. of March Chapel, Boston Uni- Wichita, Kansas, Mexican people and their way
Assembly was held at 8.30: The committee versity, will deliver the bacca Under the provision* of the of life. In addition to classes in
a.m. In the auditorium. The plat In charge of laureate address, scheduled for National Defense EducationAct language and culture and civilization
form was decorated with par- arrangements Day consisted for E. B. Jones Sunday, June S 9 at 6 p.m. Honorable participants from puWlc the Institute work will
land of red bougalnvllla, ferns, Lowery, Mrs. Ellen of Mrs. Agnes G. Mennen Williams, assistant schools will receive a stipend of include trips to Vera Cruz,
palms and cut flowers all Pauline Willis Wooten Mrs. secretary of State for. $75 per week plus a dependency Oaxacn Taxco, the Floating
the courtesy of the custodial Fannie Humes, chairman; Mrs! African Affairs, will address allowance of $15 per dependent Gardens of Zochlmllco, the pyramids
Miss Merlel nnd will tuition fees. of Teotlhuacan, Morella.
staff. Collins the graduates during Com- pay no or
Bennie Moore, president mencement Exercises on Mon- While at the University, Mrs. Patzcuaro, Buanajuato: and
Mrs. Dena G. Pickett spoke of Faculty Club. day, June 10 at 5 p.m. Mathis will take part in an Matehuala.

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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. hasn't lost any of the flavor of
the Daddy Ward's regime. The I Powell Going to Europe AgainA

PAGE 16 SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1963 place is literally Jumping every
night with the old regular trip next month-t GeneVa ,available to the State Depart
crew voracious debators and by four members of the Edu- ment.
beer sniffers. Sam and Gladysare cation and Labor Committee, The department, It Is said,
the genial hosts. headed (by Rep. Adam Clayton has no authority to finance the
Powell (D.NY.) was refusedby ,trip of the two alternates, but
RE55 MUCH IMPROVEMENT:: has the house Tuesday. ''It will pay the expenses of the
been made in traveling better Powell and a Republican col two delegates since they will
accommodations, faster service ,league, Rep. William H. AyresR. represent the United States officially
and now through North's ( ., Ohio) may make the tripas .
r Travel Bureau all bus accomodatlons -I official delegates to the International -
,ARCHIE i tihe or air requirements can I Labor Organization National Shut-ins
ax be arranged. The fare cost no conference.The .
FINDERONE more at North's than at the air House voted against a Day June 2ndAt
port or bus station. For a fact resolution that would nave
you can save that fare down- allowed two delegates and two the request of The Shut'
Home is renovationfor North has alternates to attend the con- Ins Day Association, Vice May
OF MY long desires planning town car gas. a per David '
has
Thomas Street, sonalized call ference with their 'or Kennedy proclaimed
was accomplished last week. the city's service Just expenses June 2
National 1
end-that was to park on the 7. oldest land mark. His visit to say where you are going and paid from appropriated fundsor Shut-Ins Day In Miami.as l
mile bridge on the Fla Keys these parts last week was in by what kind of carrier and from foreign currencies "In order that shut-ins hot
and fish. Yep, for almost one service to the Melvin Hicks' bingo, your reservations made become a forgotten part of our
collision mid passing at Summerland Key and ticket will be delivered. .
hour, a two-car .wW w Wgp 9 y..Mt b.+d'+w.MJ'ppoI 'popUlatiOn we want td r min
way the bridge, had traffic . Among the happening Easy ain't it? North can arrange all Miamians to observe1 this
jammed, so we fished. There'sso around the city Sunday was package deals for a group, day in spirit throughout the
much to see enroute to Key the St. James Baptist Church, with tours Included. Shucks, year," said Kennedy.In .
West. The Keys developmentmakes Mother's Day program Yvonne while you go about doing your his proclamation, Kennedy
the trip so much more Evans Johnson was the speaker I traveling shopping he plans a suggests that residents remem-
. At Cornish Memorial I real vacation for You'll. be
enjoyable. \ you. ,ber and visit their"' friends,
PB AME Church, where Mrs. I glad'you"-gave North a buzz be. relatives and neighbors who
SUNDAY brought anotherMother's Flossie Sands was sponsor of fore you take that trip. He's in may be Shut-ins and do what
Day in Key West for the day's occasion, Rev. A. the directory. they can to make life more
which I was deeply thankful Franklin Hooper PB pastor pleasant for them.
It's always a double celebrationfor NATIONAL ALLIANCE of
my mother, Rowena. Her AMONG THE Key Welters Postal Employees and Auxiliary The 15-member board was
birthday falls on the 13th either attending the Episcopal Church convention banauet is doc established in January, 1963 of
a day before or after Moth Women Dept convention on Miami keted for Hampton House May residents over the age 62 witha
Beach Eloise
er's Day. Mamie were Van Dyke Reynoldsand . 30. (Its headquarters) for the reputation for civic pride,
PB PB boys that tote the mall, rain, Integrity,
ARNOLD "33's" (Arnold Rob professional
sleet or snow.NAPOLEON. and business or .
erts) place the scene is about: AROUND MIAMI A:4 ability.Mr.: .
the same. Arthur (Horsehead]) NATIONAL ALLIANCE of REED will headline I IS Duncombe, a pioneer resident
Dorsett was the head man for Postal Employees and Auxiliary I that benefit show at Gesu of Liberty City and Dade
the evening. It was Big Diceor Is awaiting its 29.30 convention I Recreational Center tonight, County, was
dominos to you . Pollcl-er here. Headquarters are at the (Friday). All acts are from\Sl. post by Metro Commissioner
Tynes really took it on the Hampton House . Watch this ami Beach. It's all for St. Mary Tom Sasso.
chin. Yours Truly had to get sheet for the photo and story of the Mission . Walter Johnson The Rev_ John E. Culmer
Into the act coming out two 'en first telephone operator in at American TV and Furniture vicar of St. Agnes EpiscopalChurch
winners out of three. Dominois this city The George Wash on 62nd St., along with also
about the ington Carver Senior Harold .Apointed, to Senior was appointed to
only happeningsthere High Busman (he's had a the board. He nominatedby
was
. Cleveland "Red" prom is dated May 28, Copa birthday last week May 10)) are I Citizens Committee Commissioner Chuck Hall.-
Tynes is ill at home. He's a pop City Young!: Adult Club . At offering free trips to Bimln. Other members named
ular'Keno caller and long time Mays in Goulds, with theme Nothing is added to your pur I Louis Duncombe of 1880 NW R. O. Beckman William were Her-
employee of the Gato Family "Moon River" their prom is chase. It's Just their way to 68th St., has been appointed a Michael Sossin, Jack Bell
-PB tonlte (Friday) In the say thanks for your patronage member of the MetropolitanDade man, , ,
Max Friedman Robert M.
Bannister's 15th Ave. Little . Senior Citizens Sheppard -
The Debs
NARDY McGEE's still chalk. Ball was "super". County and Mrs. Florence Blake-
Inc up the days leading base Super Market you'll find Bill However some parents were Advisory Board. ly.
ball scores and my cousin, Bob- Turner. He's still showing effects disappointed because they were
by Welters can be found any of his recent auto acci- forced to stand outside and
pm. in the rearend of Club 14 dent and surgery. Is it true could not see the other parents
directly in front of Arnold's that this spot is now operated pretty dresses (that's what the FOR RENT
Package Store . Past Exalted under the, Turner ownership? other debs wore). I think the
Ruler of the Elks and long- PBJUANITA other manner of presenting
time business man (cleaning, TURNER n H parents is much better ? ? ?1
pressing). reported in Christian Hospital Girls you should know Lea Furnished
last week. Ditto Juanita Duplex Apt.
ALBERT CURRY is o u t "Hopple" nora Glass Is Improving nicely
of Mt. General Hospital after Hall (she underwent surgery ;
surgery. He's still Elkdom's 'last Tuesday here . after her recent operation. She '
strong; man and awaits the James Horne, Miami Times' convalesces at home. Manor Park
'61 convention (with a slight makeup man reports to Uncle
stroke). Sam in two weeks with his fingers
-PB crossed . The Fountalne- Join PHONES: 691-7331 621-7653
The
NAACP I IIlL
GEN ESIE FROXTON (Blue) bleau Tavern (Old Shaddie's)
retired Key West policeman, Is
still mending a broken thumb ..
resulting from ,an accident . -- -' ." ,-. -
Mardox Cruze, father of Novel VISIT
and Mannie both local music.
ans in these parts, doesn't let FORD REAL ESTATE SPECIALSSee
blindness handicap him. You'can '

greeting see him friends daily at meeting"33's" and MARKHAM'SCoffee our large selection of fine homes in Liberty City,

. Amandal (Baby) Guiterrez place Opa-Iocka, '''andl! Manor Park. We help you to finance
was burled Sunday, a week ago. the home of your' choice.
He was known and loved by ,
all for his, clarinet. He was the .1, Shop andBarBeQue PICK YOUR CHOICE! $395 DOWN
oldest member of the Welters 1-2959 NW 57th Street '- bedroomt, real clean

Cornet march Band.over He Passover makes his Hill last, a 2-5729 NW 31st Avenue newly painted in and

place Baby played for' many. out $79 a month.

His clarlent was laid to rest 3--3154 NW 57th Street Look at this one. .Real
with him. FINEST BARBECUED RIBS nice. $79 a month.
---PBFRANCISCO

prop of Key West C. JOHNSON Funeral BEEF, CHICKEN, PORK, IN TOWN 1-3079 NW 55th Street $495 down

3-bedroom, 2 bath CBS. Nice large home. Move
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right in.

ONLY HICKORY WOOD PIT OF ITS 2-4001 NW 19th Avenue $200 down' .
Large, house for large; family.
2 DROPS KIND IN DADE COUNTY 3-1286 NW 59th Street $250 dokn $69 a month

Nice, clean CBS home. Good for 2 or 3 people

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Open from 2 p.m. 'til 2 a.m. Closed Monday 780 N.W.. 55th Street $15 vreek

SWEET AS 6023 N.W. 22nd Ave. FREE PARKING One bedroom apartment for rent.'Quiet building

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OF SUGAR! SPECIALS!

Income properties Live on one side, rent out the
JET TV CLINIC other ..
SWEETA 1-1601'' 1603 NW 47th $595 down

Nice CBS building, corner lot. Call Mr. Milton
SQUIBB HOME SERVICE CALLS $1.00 for this one.

2-1483 1485 NW 53rd) Street $400 down
CONCENTRATED Day or Night Do not disturb occupatits. Call Miss Lee. Fully

NOCALORIESWEETENER We Service All Makes of furnished, Florida room, nice and clean.
3-1737 1739 NW 47th Terrace $995 down

I HI-FI's and STEREOS Nicer clean income property. $160 month income :,

T We Also Rent We are open Saturday and Sunday

Sold in Coconut Grove TV by the week or Month

tAt Ford Realty Inc.

Tropical Pharmacy 907 .2nd AVENUEPhone ,

569 N.W. 54th Street PL 7.2559
3206 Grand Avenue FR 4-2044

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