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Title: Miami Times
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Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: May 25, 1963
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TKMPORA MUTAN'TUK ET NOS MUTAMUU IN ILLI8
1.0 The Times 'are Changed and we are Changed With Them

40th YEAR, No. 39 MIAMI, FLORDA' SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1963 16 PAG 0 CENTS




I Supreme Court Rules 2,500. to Attend 32 Mixed Schools ::1,1,


14 More Schools the entire north end of the hext year, there is a marked de-

Sit-ins Are LegalCITIES county Integrated. line in the number of Negroes

Integrate Here: Nearly 310 Negro studentswill applying for admission to pro-)
dominantly white schools.
CAN'TPROSECUTE sure to have a major impact on Negro sudents, for the first be assigned to the schools ,I
the, turbulent racial issue in the time next fall, will attend 14 nearest to them instead of attending i Last year of a total 214 applicants I
South. Dade County public schools North Dade Junior- : 25 were rejected. Less 11;
Court six senior highs six junior Senior High and Rainbow Park than half that number will be I
The U. S. Supreme
:' While the high court Mon- highs and two elementary in Opa-locka. entry thla
Elementary
Monday ruled that a city which day only knocked, down laws school officials said Wednesday.Two They will have to provide reeking year.
makes segregation a policy by requiring segregation, the effect brand new schools, Carol their own transportation if they Seventeen will attend the I
ordinance or official statementsmay of ruling is expected by some City Senior High and prefer to remain at the Negro eight newly integrated schools;
not prosecute Negroes for legal scholars to lead to this Glades Junior High, will openas schools. ;31 more will go to Miami Jack
seeking service in privately- Conclusion.,: integrated institutions. Son Senior High, and 11 will enter
owned stores.In If an individual refuses serviceto Of the 95 pupils assignment Miami Jackson Junior High.
a Negro beCause of race and Since integration began In requests for integration only
such a setting, the court then calls the police to remove September 1059, this will be three were rejected by the Newly Integrated schools! will
said a refusal to serve Negroes the Negro, he' has Invoked the the biggest step forward. There board. They were requests to be Coconut Grove Elementary,
cannot be attributed to the store power of the.,state to aid segregation will be 32 desegregated schools attend Miami Jackson and :Miami Madison Junior High, Mianu'
owner alone. He is so Influenced and this action is uncon with 2,500 Negros in atten- Edison Highs, both of Edison' :::; Senior High, Miami' Palmetto '
by public: policy that the discrimination stitutional.If dance. which were Integrated last Senior High, Palmetto*
Junior High, South pade Senior -
the
can be laid to .
As a result of Supt. Joe Hall'saction year.It and Ponce de Leon
state and Is'therefore unconsti this reasoning is correct, I High
tutional.On then the owner of an eating under the Florida ,pupil was noted that while more Junior High, Cutler Ridge Jun
place would be left to using assignment law to admit 02 Ne schools will make the change for High.
that reasoning the court "self-help" in maintaining seg- gro students to 19 predominantly
Monday set aside the convictions regation. Under common law white schools 11 of them
of 28 Negro and three he could use "reasonable force'1 already integrated eight
white students for sit-in demon. to remove a trespasser. But if schools will make the change
strations at lunch counters. The he did physically remove a per this fall.
cases came from Alabama, Lou son, he could himself face suit The other six will
desegregate
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isiana and North and South
In civil court.
as a result of Hall's decision
Carolina. The dilemna is expected to to stop transporting Negro -
The main opinions in a series be solved when the court reaches students by bus from the L
of sit-in cases, written by Chief a decision in a Marylandcase North Miami, North Miami I.
Justice Earl!: Warren, were carefully involving the right of a Beach, Ojus and New Liberty
restricted to the particularfacts. private person to maintain seg. City to faraway all-Negro
Nevertheless they see regation. I schools. This move will have _



I 27 Die In Florida'slWorst' Hi hway; Tragedycontractor


Twenty-seven of 42 far m by a truck that hooked its deliberately! cut into
workers, 12 of them children ,I bumper,. and finally sent It'' the bus
were hurled into :,, headlong into a canal with 25 Anderson is pretty well knownIn ry 1
Saturday, afternoon while on.I feet of water.. Belle Glade and reports are y
their: way home to Belle Glade
from picking beans. I Reports by Highway Patrol that he has a good reputation. -
Director H. N. Kirkman and Sconyers has been charged t: -i
The bus in which they were ',other witnesses and evidence with manslaughter. :
riding, driven by Edgar Lee at the scene of the accident indicate -
Anderson, commonly known as that truck driver James
"Poor Boy Slim", was struck Sconyers of South Bay, a labor _

I Award Winners for Freedom I

Edward Waters College PresidentAnd !
I The NAACP recently awarded ed by' the Florida) Legislative
,. three of its officers for outstanding Investigating Committee for
Bishop Ball Feud I work In winning and contempt when they failed to .,
protecting the Constitutional reveal membership' lists Atty.
rights of Negroes in Dade Coun. Graves was not only cited for
Bishop Insists On the AME Church over policy ty and Florida. Receiving contempt, but was threatenedwith
management, which has caused plaques were Mrs. Ruth Perry, disbarment because of his
Signing All Checks unrest among the students, and Atty. G. E. Graves and Mrs. activities in fighting for the
which might flare into a conflict Vernell P, Albury. Mrs. Perry ending of racial segregation in,
Reports from Jacksonville and Mrs. Albury were also cit J."lorlcla.-AdamsCoto. "
of serious proportion.
this week tell that Edward
Waters College is experiencinga President William B. Stew- !
"smoldering feud" betweenits art and the Rt., Rev. W. F. Ball, .' i U. S. Court Ruling . 1 B

president and the Bishop of bishop of the 11th Episcopal 1
District of the AME Church, ;ti : '' I Birmingham Kids Back in SchoolWednesday I

... _. and Chancellor of the college,
reportedly have had some dif- night a ,federal I After'criticizing the Birmingham .'
ference involving the handlingof appeal judge In Atlanta changed judge, for his action, Judge
a lower court decision, and ,Tuttle handed down the decision ,
institution.
the funds of the World lifted the ban of the
Sports I Birming orally and called a recess to
It Is said that the Bishop's ham. Ala.,. school authorities, 1 .put it In written form.
r insistent demand to the rightto which would'expel and.suspend Tuttle observed that under '
sign and issue the checks of Mourns E. DavisErnie 1,081 Negro pupils.. for cutting the suspension and expulsion
the college Is one of the main class to participate in the recent order the children would haveto
Ij causes of the dispute.It Davis, possibly the racial demonstration.U. go to summer school at their
greatest college halfback in the S. Fifth Circuit Judge El- own expense to 1 make up the
has been reported that due history of football, was burled bert Tuttle handed down the work -
to the Bishop's absence and I Wednesday at his home 1 in Elmira decision a few hours after District Reid' Barnes, attorney for the
consequent inability to sign N.Y. Judge Clarence Alljrood Birmingham' superintendent of
j checks, payments for vital sere About 1,300 persons jammed ruled in Birmingham that there schools said the presence. of the
vices and needs have been held I. the First Baptist Church and should be no Interference with I children in school "would causea
up. Student organizations that another 4,000 stood outside to the school board's announced breakdown in discipline. and.
deposit money with the college tribute to the humble and disciplinary measures. morale." :
are said to become disgruntled well liked athlete.
when they'need the Everything in the city stop .
money and the Bishop Is not when the 300-car ;:
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ped
proces- Urban I
available.The sion escorted by 50 policemen League ,Urges Probefof ;
Board of Management of moved toward the cemetery.
the College was to have met Davis, a two-time football All
Thursday afternoon, when American at Syracuse Univ. Migrant Workers Conditions
.
and winner of the Helsman
President Stewart was
A. Hadley Jr.., son of I ed to make his annual request report.. Trophy as the nation's finest Living and Working Urban League, urged, Governor
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Dr. Howard A. Hadley and collegiate player of 1061, died I Bryant to conduct a full-scale
Mrs. Flora D. Hadley who graduated Observers says that unless the Saturday in Cleveland of leu Standards. Called I Investigation of the conditions
from Florida A and M. internal troubles of the schoolare kemla. He was 23. under which- migrant workers
University on April 24 with settled speedily, Edward Davis had signed an $80,000 AppallingIn live and work and to utilize the r
Greater Distinction,' I,has been Waters will suffer,tremendouslyin contract with the Cleveland resources'' of the State* Govern.
accepted ,to Howard University federal, city and county Browns of the National Football a telegram to Oovenor 'about immediate
Medical School of Washington, : funds, and Its academic stand League, but the blood disease Farris Bryant on Tuesday, May improvement} of the present
D.C. He will enter Howard 'In ling as a four-year college will wa discovered before he got a 21, James W; Whitehead, executive conditions.. .
September. jeopardized. chance to play. director, Greater Miami (continued on page 5)





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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. Cwest, Club NewsMiss Sh Veronit ass Tea Negro-Owned'

PAGE 2 SATURDAY MAY 25, 1963} Record FirmExpands '
Nellie B. Moore was the Sunday,
3 > sJ a 3 x y* > sJ > <> si so x *>s>*O ;O '>i> charming hostess to the Cwest
Club on Tuesday May 14 at Saint Veronica's Chapter I
I -:-ChauerThatMattorsaaMRS. her beautiful and spacious home Episcopal Churchmen of St. LOS ANGELES Less than
on 13th Ave. and 67th St. The Agnes Church, cordially invites six months ago, Dootsie Williams -
president, Mrs. Athalle Range you to Its annual Spring Tea opened his $300,000 Dooto
presided and some very Impor- and Fashion Show at the homeof Music Center In Compton, Cal.
THELMA HARRIS of VIOLA HIGGS is breaking tant business transacted.At Mr. and Mrs. Hela'MOss, 2025 Just south of Los Angeles. Now,
Montgomery, Ala., president of i In' her beautiful new Thunder- the conclusion of the business -,NW GOth Terr., Sunday after- as a result of community demands -
the National Congress: of Color bird for the trip to Nashville we were invited into the noon, May 26, from 4:30: to 6:30: on his facilities (includ
ed Parents and Teachens, is where she will witness her son, dining room where the dining I p.m. Mrs. Eunice Moss, chair- ing an auditorium seating more
attending the convention of Arthur's graduation from Me- table was laden with 'good eats; man, Mrs. Lena A. Heastle, cochairman than 1,000 persons) he is building .
the National Congress of Parents harry School of Dentistry. a delicious turkey dinner with I' and Mrs. Leila R. a second story for offices
and Teachers which is in all the trimmings. Mrs. Blanche Williams, musical director. and meeting rooms at a cost of
session at the Deauvllle Hotelon THE DADE COUNTY Lunch Dean thanked the hostess.On $50,000.
Miami Beach. While in this room Association entertained leaving, the hostess pre-
area, she is also meeting with friends at their annual tea featuring sented each lady with a beautiful NoticeOn Dootsle Records Williams, presidentof
Dooto inc. largest
,
Arnett Osgood, president of "Fashions in Review"last rose from her rose garden.
Florida Congress of Colored Sunday at the New North Members present: Mesdames Sunday, May 26, Atlas Negro-owned firm of its kind
Parents and Teachers and the west YWCA. M. Barkley, E. Daniels, H. Fra- Lodge No. 308 invites you to an m America recently lectured
executive board of both district zier, M. Jackson L. Riou, L. afternoon of varied entertain- : the UCLA class in the Music
10 and Dade County PTA to do Thomas, A. M. Twine, D. Ben ment at the home of Mr. and I Industry:""It's Structure and
preliminary planning for the MRS. ETTA BETHEL an- Mrs. Harold Higgs, 1340 NW Economy. He stressed the idea
1065 national PTA convention nounces the forthcoming mar- son.Our next meeting will be with 70th St., 4 to 6 p.m. The program that, in today's competitive recording .
scheduled for Miami. riage of her daughter, Geral- Mrs. Ruth N. Polite on May will feature outdoor living industry, you have to
New officers elected to serve dine Jones to Rev. Stafford J. 28. B. D. Slater, reporter. in the tropics, in music, be different" or die the deathof
the Dade County PTA Councilare Sweeting on Sunday, June 2 at fashion and poetry. Door prizes a dog.
president Mrs. Docla How St. Peter's African Orthodox and fellowship will add to the Though noted for Its pioneering -
Church. Were You There? role the recorded
afternoon's pleasure. Harold in
ell; 1st vice president, Mrs. ...._. comedy
Cherrye Boyer; 2nd vice, An- Higgs, chairman; Luis Duty, field, Dooto Records is current
thony Simon; secretary. Mrs.E. BIRTHDAY Greetings and At the annual Garden Party exalted ruler. ly pushing a line of recordingsthat
Armstrong' ; treasurer, Arthur best wishes to Marie Vereen, sponsored by the Leach Art's include everything from
Mays; chaplain, William Stirrup. Sylvester Thompson Lester Cultural Club April 28 at the progressive Jazz to gospel.
The Dunbar PTA unit show. Bostic, Stafford Johnson, C. palatial home of Mr. and Mrs. their artistic ability. Their decorations music.
ed its appreciation for the fine Elizabeth Richardson, Alma Samuel Jones, 1511 NW 65th were simply beautiful.It "Our Zion Travelers," says
work done bv the retiring ETW Keener, Floredda Gainey, Mr. Terr was also beautifully attended Dootsie.. 'are among our best-
aide Mrs. Cherrye Boyer by and Mrs. Randolph Arline. The ladles really displayed Again we thank you. sellers.'*

presenting her with a check for -
roundtrip fare to Houston, Tex. .
in order to attend the National
.
Congress of Colored Parents ': +" '
:';Af1;
and Teachers meeting and convention :':V"l": ""
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beginning June 14. Mrs. <
Boyer state music chairman, ,
has long been associated with '
; _
PTA work in Florida. '
brewed< < for that

SENIOR CITIZENS WEEK- ,
May 19-25. As a salute to Sen ....
ior Citizens Governor Farris
Bryant has issued a proclamation -
stating that Senior Citi-
zens should be assigned ,, '
mean : '*';:: /
ingful social roles in the fam- .y'i
ily and community life which
will lead to a greater sense of
personal dignity, usefulnessand :

Among self.respect.the activities scheduled :: ; 'iA

by the three Senior Citizens :; jr ;; +
units of Dade County in obser- 47 *
vance of this week, is the first
anniversary celebration by resi
dents of our own Jolllvette Plaza
on Friday at 7 p.m. .
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hostesses to their many -
friends at their complimentary j
spring dance Wednesday night _
In the beautiful Gulfstream .5,
Room of Bayfront Park audl-

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MARGARET SHARPE and -::

her daughters, Mary and Patty, _
left our city last week to attend -
funeral services for her E---
aunt in Nashville
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MRS CLUB celebrated its an-
nlversary on Sunday by wqr-
shipping at Holy Redeemer
Catholic Church. After church
services, members of the club
breakfasted at the Northslde
Howard Johnson's.
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THE GUEST MINISTER who
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delivered that inspiring sermon :
at St. John Baptist Church last :
Sunday was Rev. Arthur
Hughes of Jacksonville. He and I
his wife, Clarice Allen Hughes
are former Mlamlans. .r

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I IMHOTEP Blasts SegregationIn ,Award To Be Made For Journalism Excellence I


"We admire the goals and standards, editorial content and "It is a pleasure to announce
Medical CareATLANTA determination of the associa- public service of your member this award as, an expression of
tion and the progress it has newspapers.A our Interest in furthering qual.
Ga. One hun- director-counsel, NAACP Legal made. We particularly are ity in journalism. We genuinely
dred delegates to the Seventh Defense and Educational pleased to note the continuing major award dedicated to hope that this will lend some
Imhotep National Conference on Fund, Inc. Miss Lisbeth Bam- Improvement in professional furthering excellence in Negro encouragement to continue
Hospital Integration meeting berger, assistant director, De. journalism has been announced striving for high professional
jointly by the Miller Brewing "
of Social standards.
partment
Security,
hero May 17.18, urged an anU- AFL-CIO. Company and the National
discrimination amendment to NAACP-LED Newspaper Publishers Associa According to E. Washington
the Hill-Burton Act and strong Also Dr. C. Miles Smith, Atlanta Rhodes, president of the association -
ly condemned the continuationof ; Mrs. Ruby Hurley, South. PROTEST SWELLSAT tion.The the judges will tto Dr.
discriminatory practices in east Regional secretary, Atlanta award will consist of a James Nabrltt, president of
hospital l and medical facilities ; Dr. Charles A. P. Brown, SAVANNAH' $500 scholarship for journalism Howard University; Dr. Charles
throughout the nation, denial of New York, president Manhattan study. The winning newspaper Wesley, president of Central
staff positions to Negro practitioners Central Medical Society, COLLEGE Will also receive an engraved State University and Dr. George
and membership in who conducted workshops.Also plaque as a memento of its W. Gore Jr., president of Florida .
local medical associations.The SAVANNAH, Ga. James achievement.The A&M University.
a report on Medical Care Brown, president of the NAACP
conference was sponsored and the Negro in Allegheny scholarship fund will be Miller, one of the top brewer.. ,
by the National Medical Association County, by -Dr. Carl B. Smith, with Georgia another youth conference student ,leader along turned over to the winning ies in the nation, has long been* '
the National Associa Pittsburgh. newspaper for administrationas associated with a number or:
Savannah I'
tion for the Advancement of was expelled from it sees fit. major Negro sports and civic:
State College here this week for
Colored People and the
National
events. Miller also recently'produced
dismissal of civil A I
Urban protesting a distinguished panel of
League
Cooperating
Organizations included the National MEREDITH HOPESTO rights-minded professor. judges will review five copies and color a 30 minute, sound
film, "Sportraits in
College President Dr. W. K. of each entering
newspaper. "
Newspaper Publishers Ebony, as a salute to the ,
Payne announced that Dr. The competition is to all
Association GRADUATEIN open
Congress of Racial achievements of the Negro ath
Leadership Equality Southern Conference Christian AUGUSTOXFORD fessor Cleveland of economics A. Christopher, would pro-not Negro newspapers.In lete In the world of sports. This i

Packinghouse United be returned to the faculty next a statement announcingthe film Is available free of chargefor
Food and Allied
Workers, AFL-CIO, Chicagoand Miss. (ANP) year.The. students cited Dr. Chri-- award. Robert B. Slawter, showing to any civic social,
the Links Inc. public relations for church, fraternal business \
James Meredith hopes to grad tophe's militant history duringhis manager or
The conference was held at uate from the University of two years at the college the Miller Brewing Co., said: group in the country.
the l/eautiful modern Union Mississippi in August. and said his recent applicationfor
Baptist Church, Hlghtower the position of superintendent -
and
Meredith said he will finish
ChathamSavannahschools THE MIAMI TIMES
of MIAMI FLA.
Simpson Roads, N.W., Atlantaof his undergraduate work duringthe ,
which the Rev. J. A. angered many of thearea's
Wll-
born, Is pastor.Conference summer session "if everything white citizens. SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1963 PAGE 3
goes right. However, other reasons were ,
speakers included He was interviewed by John given for the dismissal.
representatives Adam Clayton ,Corlew, editor of the campus NAACP youths circulated a
Powell (D-NY) and John D. newspaper petition around campus which j.
Dlngell, (D-Mich.) was signed by nearly 700 students -
He denies that his wife, a Mr. Brown and Bol/by}
Others who spoke were Mayor :Student at Jackson State Col- L. Hill, both seniors, led the
Ivan Allen, Atlanta, Senator :lege for Negroes, would seek campaign.

Leroy John A.Johnson Kenney, Jr.Atlanta, Dr. I ,admission to the university this When the pair was expelled,
president summer.
the student body /boycotted
National Medical Association I
.
classes and burned President
Gloster B. Current, director of Meredith has applied for an
branches, NAACP and Heman apartment In the housing section Payne in effigy.According .
for married students in to Mrs. Mercedes
M. Sweatt, associate director,
Southern Region, National Ur- ''order that his wife might Join Wright NAACP youth advisor
for Georgia, Or. Christophe, a
ban League. :him on the campus. He said
university officials had not an- former officer of the Associa-
Also Atty. Jack Greenberg, )[swered the application tion's Little Rock, Ark. branch,
supported the college's debating LI
team when it attempted to I FACE DELIVERY DRUG
schedule a match with Harvard .....
University on campus. 6750 N.W. 15th Avenue Phone 691-6651
She added that Dr. 'Christo HA HOLD JOLUVICTTIC. Manager
phe had sought admission of
white students at Hunter Air I
Painless Office Treatment of
Force Base to the college for a
ri TV course. Dr. Payne denied j RUPTURE '. LOW a
their admission. COST PILES -;
I 1 Dr. Payne la also reported to I
have stopped the economics pro ,, Rectal Diseases, Varicose V.'nfllrOo'
fessor from teaching on American state-No lost time-Discard! Truss
WIM&4r University extension at Upon Correction of Rupture. +
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4 SATURDAY, MAY 25. 1963 human heart. In Birmingham's riots, men saw themselves. VFW Installation

They saw how thin is the veneer of their every day de- Saturday,

cency, how dark the hatred and how raw the violence:
in the deeper chasms of the human souh Christians saw This Saturday' evening Veterans
of Foreign Wars
is not ehbUgh to solve our Post No.
regeneration
.its I that personal 5693 of Opa-locka, will hold
4I social evils, for not all the guilty were nbn-.Christians. their 10th Installation of offi-

And any man not blinded, by twisted prejudice could see cers affair. Activities start at

''that Nazi Germans were not special sinners, for morally 7:30: p.m. and this year the
will hold its
;. R. SinisarUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher nothing distinguishes anti-Semitism from Birmingham'sracism. post 22014 Bunche Park installationat Shopping
GARTH O. REEVES Managing Editor ,. In the ugly clash of American against American Center.

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i Bonded Rental AgencyI taries, painters, office rent collectors along with the LadiesAuxiliary

electricians, carpenters, cordially Invite you
THE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKWhile have lived in Miami, Dade i masons roofers, banking clerk, the public and yoUr children ta
County Florida, from December janitors, caretakers, etc. Some ,witness..this parade of Veteran's
troubled Alabama, Mississippi and other 1919 to the present and although of these employees have been ,with their ladles this Saturday
states are wearing their brains out trying to prevent I have done much tray with Bonded for 10 and some ,evening, May 25.

school integration and also other public facilities, the eling within and out of the more than 20 years.

state of Florida, Dade County in particular, moves on, have United not States been away of America from Dade, I CONTKlHtTflOttS Cash donations and gifts to ,Legion Observes

slowly, perhaps, but surely. County and the City of Miamifor Negro schools, churches, civic
periods of more than one and fraternal organizationsamount ,13th AnniversaryThe
There is an old adage that says: "Slow and sure is year at any time. I have been to thousands of dollars American Legion and
certain to do well." active in the life of the com- annually. This comes under my Auxiliary William Henry Bethel

Our education, department reports this week that 14 munity and do know what has i i supervision and, the proof Is Post No. 281 are celebrating

more schools will be integrated for the first time next fall. happened here, and those who available. This Is nothing new their 13th anniversary. The
helped to make the communitywhat with Bonded, it was done for I public is cordially Invited to attend .

Two of these, Carol City Senior High and. Glades It Is today. many years before I came to : this wonderful affair, Come
One of Webster's definitionsfor work for the company. Individuals and
I Legionnaires bring
Junior High, are brand new schools. There will be 32 Integrated the word Truth i is, conform I have also been the recip- ,friends and let them become your

schools with more than 2,500 Negroes attending. ity to fact, I shall endeavor in ients of substantial financial a part of this wonderful organ.
Eight schools' will integrate as (the result of Superin- the following statements to use help. ization. Place: Richmond Hts.
tendent Joe Hall's action under the public assignmentlaw that formula precisely without Mr L. L. Brooks who built at 2 p.m. Sunday, May 26. Refreshments -
malice fear or favor, and TELL Bonded Rental Agency, Inc., will be served. A
to admit 92 students to 19 white
predominently THE TRUTH over the past 27 years, Is presi program has been arranged for
:schools, 11 of them already integrated.The It is regrettable that we some dent and owner of the company.He the occasion. Murray James,
times make miserable mistakes Is one of the best known Jr., chairman of publicity
Miami Times congratulates Superintendent Hall, either wilfully, maliciously, or and well liked men in the com Joseph Steward commander;;
the school board and the community in general for. the most frequently by simply not munity, those who really know Edward Hanna, adjutant.
way integration is being carried out in Dade County. taking time to get the proper him and those who have the
understanding and the facts courage to acknowledge true
A pattern has been set, others could well emulate. involved, before making UQ- values in their fellowmen. He Enroll Your Boy
warranted statements. has consistently 'given and is
Today a leaflet under the now giving not only of his ma- In Summer Camp
The Florida Senate on Tuesday agreed to abolish headline "Liberty News" terial things but of his valuable

the special $"400 award to those teachers who have quali- With Liberty and Justice for time and experience to t h i F Parents planning to enroll
fied under a 600 score National Teachers Examinationtest all was handed to me What community. He is genuinely in. their children in the YMCA

by a vote of 39-3. The bill is now'''in the hands of the beautiful and meaningful words. terested In the welfare of the summer camp at Lake Placid
Liberty and Justice, if carriedout. Negro Community, and Dade were reminded today that
House.This Unfortunately, the edltor- County as a whole. He Is a man should complete registration they
special competency award was introduced in publisher, C. Gaylord nolle' In of great experience and strong forms immediately In order to
1961 when an across the board raise of pay of $300 was his next statements made mockery :md abiding Christian convic- assure a reservation for the
of this beautiful headline by tions as have been attested to June 16
to all
given teachers. It was somewhat unpopular. First opening period.
attempting to dictate the Liberty by many persons of high and Greater Miami YMCA
merit payments were made this year to 6,000 teachers. and restrain justice to lowly estate in this community. Secretary General -
George Abbott said
others. His awards for
Teachers are looking forward., not to a cut, but to Under the words, "Condemn varied and numerous past servicesare and that the the camp roster fills rapidly
an increase in salary. ed and Approved," in large he is prepared and ready to as suggested camp the dates approach, and

There is a ? behind the amount of the increase. The ''prInt, he listed many businesses serve the public In much great. to prevent last-minute early registration disap
Senate appropriations bill will and individuals, followed by er capacities than he has here. pointments.
probably decide the mat-
ter. his explanation of the above tofore been called upon to do.

captions.I 1.-I,,,,,venture,,,..,. .h .to.. A say_ _,.!if ro.-. any,_ "'"man __Camp Lake. Placid for boys.
nuv/tva nit: Ut"\Ui ui uaae l'OUnty now m us mntn year at the
KXPLANATION: and how to acquire them, ISO-acre site on the shores of
We will all be pulling for two-year-old Laverne Condemned, because they are Luther L. Brooks does. Lake Grassy, accepts boys eight

Denson, ,,daughter of Mrs. Eloise Denson of 1231 NW 61st unfair In their employment Goodwill and understanding through 14 years of age. Camp
St., who will. undergo an operation at the Variety Children's policy . because they are neget peace and prosperity. Ill Director Harry G. Hansen says
hostile to businesses based In will and
Hospital. This child, born deformed, has only three the Negro community . Because strife misunderstanding and confusion., Mr.beget more campers of may the two-week enroll for periods one or

fingers on each hand, no thumbs and the outer bone in they fall to contribute, Editor-Publisher why not ,you which extend through August
each ,of ,her shortened forearms is missing* economically, spiritually, socially I. call upon those firms and indi- 24.
to the betterment of o u r viduals whom you accuse of not
The story and, a picture appeared in Tuesday's MI- community. cooperating, and learn the true Among many renovations
ami Herald.Do Approved, l/ecause: of their fact Remember, that peaceful. which have been completed at
to fair employment policy . because negotiation Is the best method the camp in preparation for the
you help support the Children's Variety Hos- they contribute to the of obtaining lasting and valu- summer sessions, Hansen not
pital? If possible, you should do so. advancement and bettermentand able objectives, and, don't for- ed, has been installation of
A doctor is going to endeavor to help little Laverne. over-all good of the Negro get to, TELL THE TRUTH; glass jaliusies in all sleeping
He is donating his time and skill. community, the county and rooms and porch areas of the.
state . because they cooperate cabins.
with our local businessesand NAPE TO HOSTBIENNIAL
COLOR IS SKIN DEEP associations and organIza- Applications are available at
tions. the Downtown
MEETThe YMCA, 40 NE
EVIL AS DEEP AS'THE HEART You may say, why pay atten 5r.d.Ave.. ., or by calling FR
tion to such useless and unwarranted National Informatfon concerning
"Send me a letter, send it by mail ; send it in care of leaflet. Just forget Postal Emplovees Alliance and of day camps which are conduct
Birmingham jail." This old wail indicated the safest it. Well it is sometimes one or Woman's Auxiliary is ready the to ed .?* all YMCA branches IsavaUable
method to Americans embarrassed not by'ugly' Americans more of those seemingly insig heihost to its 16th Biennial at the same number.

abroad, but by those at home. The President described nificant leaks that sinks some District Convention at the
of our best! ships, If allowed to beautiful
Birmingham as'"an: ugly 'situation." .And it is. As ugly as go unchecked. One of the companies Wednesday. ,Hampton May 29 all House on ST. JAMES A. M. E.
day
the arrest and
reg.
Jailing of a,seven-year-old girl ; as ugly as 1 listed falsely under Rolle'scaption r istration.
the use of water pressure strong enough to strip bark .;onuemneu," namely, Get acquainted around the 1845 NW 65th Street
Bonded Collection Rev J. B. Blacknell
from trees and the now Bonded pool with a weiner pastor
of
use dogs In
against human beings. Rental roast the R. E. Copledan
Agency, Inc. Happens to reporter
evening. The
For what? For wanting such simple rights as eating in a be my employer and I serve in surprise for all auxiliary has a 1
of
Its Sunday
delegates was Youth The
cafeteria Day.
attending a school. the capacity of public relations Brunch
Thursday youth
director and admin- a.m. Session of the church perfomed
personally
"Uirly" is the appropriate word. For'it was a truly ister or assist in the admInis- i dance Thursday Friday evening.all Banquet- choir in every capacity. The youth

: ugly folly which employed animal fury against men in tration in all categories ment- More surprises during day the session. was at Its best.

a situation in which the very rights and dignity of ioned. Fmployment, financial Ing. even. Services will begin Sunday at
man
contributions
i at issue. It, spiritual, social. Convention committee 8-30a.rn.: Mrs. M. Reynolds,
were was an ugly stupidity in an explosive fraternal and economic better- along
with Mr. presiding.
At
Markowitz the 11 o'clock
i social situation to employ a means that could ment of the the manager ser
for
only inflamean community at the Hampton House has vice, the members of Phi Delta
already threatening violence. The widely published Bonded Rental Agency at thecompanv's done everything to make this Kappa sorority will worship

picture of 'a ,Negro, one arm in the grip of a policeman, bound therefore expense.to tell I am duty convention and the delegates with us. The St. James Family
the other in the teeth of the true comfortable. extends to them a cordial wel-
a dog, will doubtless be answered story as It pertains to Bonded. The come.

;i by future bloody retaliatory violence. For a month' stars EMPLOYMENT for everyone finest concerned of everything will be P.m. Visit Evening St. James worship, the friendly 7:30: -
i fell in Alabama' throwing a foreboding light available. church
on JamesBaldwin's Bonded Rental You are invited to with the warm wel-
j theme: God. gave Noah the rainbow sign ; no serving Dade and Agency Broward Inc., join us Thursday evening for. come.
more'"water ,'the fire next time. the hanquet-dance.
Counties list on the payroll as Come -
1 The issue is bigger than Birmingham: as big aa all of today ((5-22-C3)), 151 em- meet folk out from at 0:30 North: p.m. and Spend

I t America( ; it is 'deeper' than color, as deep as evil in the Negroes ployees;,of many this of number them serving 105 are Florida.South Carolina... Georgia and and- Join$2.NAACPII' for freedom




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SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1963 PAGE 5 I I


f I Lily Whites Say Thanks I


Under the powerful leadership We wish to thank all those
4 ',.o 1 i of the two district depu- who worked untiringly serv-

ties, Mrs. Margaret Carey and them ing the happy.guests and making

Mrs. Lillian M. Ethridge, along
$ i Vr with the cooperation from the Last, but not least, we extend -
various lodges, presidents and our grateful appreciation
members the 28th annual ses- to the Rev. S. A. Cousin, pas- i
'' sion of the Grand Assembly of tor and trustee board of
the Lily White Security Benefit Greater Bethel AME Churchfor
their loyal cooperation !in
Association was a grand success
y M helping us to put over such a
Y
y + 1 rN wonderful program, entertaining
r It has been acknowledged by the Llly white Grand As-
the Grand President ti. DIy the sembly. Thanks to all commit
Andrews of Tampa, that this tees who served. Again thanksto
.. 14' ' was the best grand assemblyever everyone and congratulationsto
held. That's a big sendoff all of you

1"f ., for Miami.

f to We thank also all take of this our nice opportunity friends I I rC; ",.,.'.............,.iI\.O\ << :

,. who were so kind to open their :19-S'A.F [I'Yi-.S:
doors and welcome the delegates :
a, a < r ra'it into their homes, and ... .... ih' l'tJda'( ,
sy .: made their stay a pleasant one.
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I Zeta's Cinderella Ball a SuccessAn BODY BUILDING FIGURE FORMING AND

activity of cultural Inter- this affair was furnished by Zeta Phi Beta Sorority expresses REDUCINGFOR
est which will be long remembered Billy Rolle and his orchestra.The I its appreciation for the
is the Cinderella Ball featured highlight of the support given in making this M'EN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN
which was presented on May 9 program was the presentationof event a memorable one.
!In the Gulf Stream Room of "Miss Cinderella 1003" and 741 N.W. 62nd Street ,
Bayfront Park Auditorium. her court. They were presentedin
I RememberWe
this order:
This affair !is sponsored annually -
by the Beta Tau Zeta Annetta Bowman, Miss Cinderella can go back to what might
chapter of the Zeta Phi Beta 10G3, George Washington have been
Sorority.The Carver High School; Mari- No matter how hard we try TfiT THE Alt NEWHAMPTON
lyn McCoy, Zeta Princess; Judy We can only learn to begin HOUSE
unique way in which the
againTo
program was presented was Crawford, Princess Attendant; laugh and forget to cry :1 lJ ', jl
most captivating and impressive Patricia Lawrence, Cinderella The lessons the dead years ,, t
The young talent in our Attendant; Janet King, Zeta -
community was the center of Princess 1962; Charles Fortson, Will taught serve their us purpose trueIf 1'e... -, ..-- -_'. ....

attraction. Both elementaryand Junior Escort; Alvin Richardson on the road that is just VISIT OUR
Senior High school pupils ahead
took part !In the production. I Junior Escort. We learn what we want to do. COCKTAIL ROOMYour
During the intermission, the I The entire membership of Nellie James
Dance Group from Carver Ele favorite cocktail expert
mentary School danced the ''' ly mixed by everybody's
"Cinderella" and
story, little
Janet King of Bunche Park You are cordially invited to attend favorite . f fx

Elementary was featured solo- ''
ist for the evening. Music for THE PROMOTION EXERCISES OF x ,,, ;i DELO'RES TAYLOR

..r ? i OOCKTAIL ROOM OPENTue.day
Little Folk Play School
.' ' thru Friday at 5 p.m. I
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SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1963 6:30 p.m. BREAKFAST, LUNCHEON
SPECIALS SERVED IN OUR
YOUR "
DINING ROOM
fir' At First Baptist Church, 4600 NJW..23rd' Ave.

NEALTN3 , ; WWKMA 1)\\'1K, HUl'KRVIHOH Special Weekend Prices

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The child who !is "finicky" Dinners
started when mother decidedto 0
"coax" him"to cat something $10 Florida Fruit Cup Tossed Chef Salad
"good for you. The temptationto
give a child the things he DEPOSIT French Dressing
likes best opens the'way to !Improper S.R. 22's Filed Starts Your ApplicationOn Choice of Roast Vermont Turkey Cranberry Sauce
diet In short time, the Cornbread Dressing
youngster craves attention, reJects the spot Balance Weekly and' Baked Virginia Ham Pineapple Glaze
foods not on the "preferred -
list" and may induce self- 110.ONE TURNKD DOWN Monthly Sliced London Broil Beefsteak Mushroom Sauce
imposed malnutrition. Children Candied Sweet Potatoes June Peas Hot Rolls and
whp have the right foods pre- Butter Layer Cake Coffee Tea Milk
pared for them, on a "take it or Auto Liability Insurance Agency Inc. Fruit Punch
leave !it basis," soon become ,
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I JESCA Day Camp Set June 16-July 26 I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. :

SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1963 PAGE 7 "I
Vacation days are just
around the corner, so registernow
for seven weeks of sum- r
mer fun and exciting experi-
ences for the entire family _
the pre-schoolers, Junior boys

citizens.,

Many places of interest will r' f
be visited such as the Ever-
glades National Park, Hialeah
Race Track, Graynolds Park,
Science Museums, Virginia
Beach, Serpentarium, Edison s } t"i
Park, Manor Park, the Monas-
tery and the Wax Museum.
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Other activities for children i
will consist of story hours '
singing, rhythms, arts and '
crafts, games, hikes, nature
lore and swimming.


.special fishing The ,older sewing luncheons people, Bible and will dinner study enjoy, + a Youth Fitness Week at L: C. Evans ':I

meetings and tours. ,# I Are you physically fit? That's nual track meet. Of the four-
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teen events for boys and girls,
The a question you've heard many,
commended
Liberty Square Community 19. Clifford Matthews -
A great opportunity for an Llllle C. Evans won first place
Building, 6304 NW 14th Ave. enjoyable summer awaits you. Atty. Braynon as he intro many times recently. As an answer with 115 points. Floral Heights
will be the camp headquarters.Fees Get ready now for the opening ,duced him for his very fine to that question; 'We show was second with 71 points and
will be: Pre-schoolers, 3 day. For further Informationcall and genuine Interest In the much better than we tell' at Bethune and Holmes tied for
to 0 years, $0.; Junior boys and PL 8-4791 or PL 42320. building Miss Samanthia of our community.Edwards in- Lillie C. Evans Seeing is believing -, third place with 49 points.

girls, 7 to 15, $5. GRANDPARENTS DAY structor at Douglas Elementary and if you were with George Sweeting was the
One hot meal will be served Attorney Harold Braynon's School was guest soloist. She us during the week of May 13 I outstanding trackmen scoring
daily. All campers must havea dynamic address delighted a thrilled the audience with her through 17th, In observance of 44 points for Lillie C. Evans.Congratulations .
premedical examination be- capacity audience as the Senior beautiful renditions of "MotherMachree" National Youth Fitness Week,
to all winners
fore attending camp. Examination Citizens First Annual Grand- and "No body you would have seen the many
and The
activitieswere
will be free to all campersif parents Day at Kelly Chapel Knows The Trouble I See. activities participated in by participants.directed
done The musically gifted Mrs. our boys and girls, and the by our physical
by the staff doctor. Methodist Church, Sunday, May Blanche Calloway Jones serv- teachers, too. yes, education Instructor, T. L. Al-
ed as accompanist for all music. I bury and T. A. Pogue. The
Other numbers consisted of The activities began with the weeks activities were climaxed
Presentations were made by first graders participating in with a Softball game played
Mrs LemmIe Mitchell to the an Overhead Relay In single with teams from our facultymen
youngest grandfather, Rev. Le- I elimination tournament style. ( and women) and captained -
roy Dell; youngest grandmother, The second graders took part by Carlton Fisher and Ever
Mrs. Violet Wilson; oldest I in a Run and Bounce Relay ett Stewart. Who won??? Well
grandfather, Samuel Wiggins. with separate boys and girls . we enjoyed it, and we are
-- and oldest grandmother, Mrs. teams consisting: of ten players fit.
: Marie Nattlel. each. A Klckuall tournament
Out last PTA meeting for the
Sdr was the highlight of the third
This unique program gave
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year will be held on Monday,
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dear, dear people grades activity. The fourth
recognition to May 27 at 8 pm. We are expect.
grades activity was a Run and
who have never been so honored. -
Throwback Relay. The fifth ing you.

and sixth graders events were Alese K. Gill, principal Alex-
the 440-yd( Relay 50-yd. Dash, ;
Open House, At and the Standing Broad Jump Ine W DeLaney reporter
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: - - dred James, Mrs. Olga Cooper, Important NoticeThe
MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA.
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: PAGE 8 SATURDAY MAY 25, 1963 7" Mrs. Freddie Mae Broward Craig Howard University
others over
and many Association
Alumni of Miami
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1 r : Broward r urges all graduates and former
students to be present at the
IN AND AROUND THE BAHAMASCharles County 8195 The will South hold Broward its installation Post No. last meeting of the season for
} the election of officers for
News May 31 at the
Friday night,
1963-61. Scheduled place
and
6 to- Chamber of Commerce Building.The
date Is COS NW 2nd Ave., May
W.- Carroll 27 trice Humes Hilda Miller Al- isyWalter w .
was will 28 at 8:30: p.m. E. Strachan
unanimously acquitted on May bertha Ferguson, Ophegan Han- Howe Pearly Gate Singers president. ,
:l 6 by a Supreme Court Jury ofa na, nd' Alice Ferguson; 48 start this Saturday night, May
manslaughter charge. Carroll grandchildren and 89 great- 25, singing at the New Mace
This
allegedly pushed 54-year-old grandchildren. donia Baptist Church.
Construction Co.
Yelverton Sands during a fight series of songs will continue
between the two. The latter The 'straw workers' new Greater St. Luke Primitive every week up to the fourth
fell and fractured his skull. on Rawson Square is Baptist Church of West Holly Sunday in June at this church, I Sunday May 12 the officersof
building wood will observe Its second 22nd St., corner of 48th Ave.,
Sands died the following dayas nearing completion. The mar- I the newly organized Charity
annual Woman's Day on Sun- of Carver Ranches play
south
a result of the Injury. stalls Broward
200 Club'of
ket will have aWout County were
Clark
26. Mrs. E. J,
i i I and Is. quite an improvementon of day Central, May Baptist Church was ground. installed by Vice Mayor Peter
Miss Finley, daughterof the old arrangement.Dail Mrs. Clements. This Is the only non-
be the morning speaker.
There will 1 be a two-act play
and the
Mrs. Lenora Finley Lillian Dean of the Church of profit organization of Broward
late Michael Finley of Wulff Pce, Infant son of Perrine will be guest given at Bethsemane Baptist County for Colored 'people' or
God ,
,
Road, and Campbell I L. Sears Mr. and Mrs. William Pearceof speaker at the evening service. Church, Tuesday, May 28 at 8 for any one in need, regardlessof
I son of Mrs. Dorothy Sears andthe Fox Hill, was winner of the The public is cordially Invit- p.m. The title "of the play is, race, creed or color which Is
late Alphonso Sears, were car raffled by the PTA of Government ed to worship with us throughout "Church Fight. It Is sponsored the club's motto. -
married at St. George's Churchon High School recently. the day. Mrs. Celestine by the Deaconess Board,
May G. The ceremonwy was The keys to the car were pre- Moss, chairman; Rev. Ellis Sister Mary Jackson, chairman; This fine ''group of people
performed by the Rev. Canon sented to the child's parents King, pastor. Rev. D. Clark, pastor. Come out were organized by Mrs. Perci-
Collingswood Cooper. by Eric Sawyer at the Cat and and enjoy yourself. val DeVeaux, the charter has
Fiddle Club. The proceeds will been applied for and is now
During the period of the go to the school s University The beauticians of West Hol The Freeway Handicap waiting for approval.
threat of war in Haiti two Scholarship Fund. lywood and Hallandale, Unit League started its summer There will be branches in
weeks ago, the Bahamas Go- No. 36, attended the State Con- bowling last Thursday nightat Deerfield and Pompano Beachof
ernment "went easy" on deportation vention In Clearwater, from Bunc'he Lane. The six paN which Rev. J, Staten is wel-
of Haitians who continue Real Estate Board Sunday, May 19 through Thurs- tlcipatlng teams are: Clover fare chairman, also branches In

to enter the Colony illeg day.Those Leaf, Sports Shop HInes No. 2, Hollywood, Hallandale and Da-\ .
ally. It is reported that 1,323 In attendance were Ed. Hines, Public Relations. nia of which Mrs. Mary Jane
To Meet
of these unfortunate people Mrs. Eleanor Bowe, Mrs. Mil- Bowe's Barber Shop, Wrights I Altoury Is chairman.

made entry so far this year.:
When the clouds of war clear,' James Whitehead, executive
the will continue. secretary of the Greater :Miami Urban
deportation League Urges
I Urban League, will be the prIn- NAACP Report Night to

Ashley Dames, 13, was attacked -" cipal speaker at the regular Migrant Investigationcontinued I
meeting of the Dade County
the
by 14 dogs early on
morning of May 6 as he passed Real Estate Board Sunday, May Feature Mitchell's' Organ.
from 1))
I through Culmersville on nis 20 at the residence of Mr. and ( page

way to church. The noise of the 53rd Mrs. St.J. ,A.promptly Summons at1, 1899 NW I The full text of the letter is I R. W. Saunders, NAACP field I awarded that night to all workers -
dogs disturbed a neighbor who Mr. Whitehead will p.m.discuss as follows: f secretary stated that the next : reporting 25 or more mem
rushed to the rescue with a the great opportunity at hand Governor Farris Bryant big report night meeting will berships. Names of the workers
stick. Having struck some of,' for the Negro Real Estate Tallanasee, Fla. he held at the Clyde Killen's will he engraved on the plaques.
them, he was able to chase the The recent bus mishap In
Brokers and salesmen. You Knight Beat which Is locatedin In addition, special awards will
pack away. The boy was taken'to don't have to be a member to Belglade, Fla., .which claimedthe the Sir John Hotel. also be made to the workers
a hospital where he was'treated attend. This Information is important lives of 27 migrant workers "At the last meeting, workers making the highest reports for
given ten stitches and' to you Including 12 children, ranging attending had an enjoyabletime the night and a special door
sent home. : Miss E. C. Thomas, executive in age from 5 to 12, is a tragedy, and left with a great deal prize will be awarded.
secretary; Rudolph Pullom, which will not be easily for- of spirit he said. Top award for the entire
H. G. Mathew, a vegetable: president. gotten by those who have deep The next meeting will be ,on drive will go to the worker reporting -
grower In Nassau, recently dis, concern for the welfare of citi, Monday, May 27 at 8:30: p.m. the highest number of
played a head of beet weighingsix zens. Rubin Mitchell, well known memberships above 150. It will
pounds. It was grown at Meet friends at The fact that parents were organist and pianist will be the be a special trip to the National
his farm South Beach your
Road.
on compelled to take their child-
CAL'S LOUNGE ANDRESTAURANT featured artist for the program. Convention of NAACP in
ren to the fields because there Special plaques will be July.
Ellas Cox, 103, one of the old.: was no place to leave them at
est residents of the Bahamas, the Labor Camp, is an indica-
died at Snug Corner, Ackllns, Food at Its best tion that conditions are un
May 9. Funeral services were You have tried the rest suitable. BETHANY

conducted that afternoon by Now try the best The Greater Miami Urban PREPARES TO

the Rev. C. B; Kemp at the St. Continuous service from 0 n.ni. I League strongly urges the Gov-
John Baptist Church.Mr. to I a.m. ernor of the State of Floridato ENTER NEWCHUR'CH
Cox was active almost up 6010 N.W. 22nd Ave. conduct an immediate full-
to the time of his death. He Is scale Investigation of the con- '
survived by five sons, Rolling- NE 3-9316 ditions under which migrant

ton, Willington, Holston, Julius Owned and operated by workers live and work, and to "And let them make me a
and King; five daughters, Bea- James and Nellie utilize the resources of the sanctuary that I may dwell
State Government to b i n
r g among them. According to all
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about immediate Improvements that I shew thee after the pat-
of the present conditions. tern of all the instruments
While the combined pleas of thereof, even so shall make
ye
LIB-CITY the migrant workers have little it;'
effect in bringing about change,
Having followed this admonition !

the Urban League feels that the
Bethany
responsibility lies with the Seventh-day Ad-

DRI VEIN, [ lITHEA\i THE will state Insure to effect decent changes, safe and which san- ventist to its week Church of services now invites, May you 24
through
and opening day, June 1.
itary living working con-
The
OX 1-7959 22nd Ave. and 69th St. ditions Your for Immediate all citizens.attention to events pre-opening begun Friday calendar, May 24 of,

8 p.m. with a preaching service
this matter is deeply appreciat
,
ed. Preaching service will also be Little William Henry Wash-
held Saturday at 11 a.m. and
NOW PLAYING James W. Whitehead ,Sunday at 8 p.m. ington Jr., three years and a

First Miami Showing Executive Director Monday Is Ladles Night anda half, recently won the title of
;, Greater Miami Urban choir festival will be held at King of James E. Scott Com-
I M-G-M League 8 p.m. A variety program will munity Center No. 2, 7200 NW
...... feature Youth Night on Tues- 22nd Ave. The proud parentsare
PETER 1 1 PKIISONAL day.A. the Rev. and Mrs. WilliamH.
I preaching service will be Washington.The .
FDEII 1 1 1 Miss Flora Casey entertainedlast held Wednesday and the Men's
Sunday from 6 to 10 p.m. Night Choir Festival is Thurs- Washington family recently
dAlE around and on the patio of the day night. Preaching Friday returned to Miami to
I Sir John Hotel, Miss Mary night and the opening ser- take up residency at 763 NW
Davis, a teacher in the school vice will be held 11 a.m. Satur- 66th St. The Rev. Mr. Washington
IIIELAIJ. system, was the guest speaker.Her day. Cornerstone laying service after studies at
completing
1 speech was filled with vita will be Sunday, June 2 at 4 p.m
IYi }i ,mins of enthusiasm. There Services' from Friday, May 24 the Interdenominational Semi-
were gifts, sorrgs, presentations through Friday, May 31 will be nary leading to the bachelor of
'of*'gifts and crowning, of t- h. e 1 Meld. iin Bethany, Academy ,divinity degree. pastored In
king and queen, Mrs. Alma' School Auditorium, 5001 NW Annlston. Ala. for 17 months
Perkins and John Campbell for 25th Ave.Services. ifterwhlch he returned hometo
their efforts in salesmanship. Saturday, June 1, aid his parents who are car-
: find Sunday, June 2, will h tfe at In7 for a sick brother.
i I tJ.( the new church, 2500 NW 50th The Rev. and Mrs. Washington
The Rev. Arthur
Thompson St. The public Is
cordially ins were married In 1958 by
assistant priest at Sims' Long vited. '
the Rev. Edward Graham.
T.
I i Ii Island, Bahamas and Mrs. Pastor, C. B. Rock;; Launlta Mrs. Washington, a native of
Thompson were married on Gaiter
, reporter
) Maplesville Ala., has attended
-ia. Saturday, May 11 and are Tuskepee Institute and Talla-
spending their honeymoon In :: f&yszz: : : :: : :: dega College.

Miami. Fr. Thompson was a
i .. z.. guest preacher at the Churchof SHOESSold . . . .' . . . . . . ..
the Incarnation
Sunday, May
Give'rCur child 7 Saturday
12. time a
on
They returned to the Bahamas
;1", this week. Delivered Music-Dance Treat beginning
to home
your
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To whom It may concern: ance which would Clyde Knight Beat
This Is to acknowledge the have permitted vice and crime."
accomplishments we are mak a bar to operate within This, I think, won the commissioners -. PRESENTS'
ing. Much of this is done thrua 2500 ft. of churches and schools. hearts. Special
dynamic civic and community During the month of April we thanks to Metro commissioners TRIPLE ATTRACTION
leader, Mr. Neal Adams. received another letter of and a special thanks to Mr.
appeal -
For at least three or four met and to the also zoning board. We Adams, the Association Brownsville and Improvement the-
sent in petitions. _
years the Goldie's Liquor Store i However, the board turned us community at large. 1 1J
has applied for
zoning vari-
down. We did not stop, we got These arc the times we
busier than ever with our In. should stick together. rT
fluential leader, Mr. Adams. He I've never pinned an orchidon ,
CORE RESUMES appeal to the Metro Commis- a man but I do feel he (Mr- J
PICKETING OFSHELL'S sioners which meant a financial Adams) deserves one. k 1I

cost.He If any of you would like to 4 tt
CITYA. did not ask any of us for send a contribution toIr.. ::11A! ,}, a'',,
D. Moore, chairman of Mi- financial support, he himself Adams (which I feel we should)
ami CORE (Congress of Racial put up the money. mail check or money order care y rite ,
Equality) stated that the On May 9, 1963 we were to of Brownsville Improvement [ I

campaign City which will continue began until atShell's appear more, dynamic again. This than time he was Association sett Black,,3231 Mrs.NW Zelma 43rd Terr.Dor- : .L J .. ;
ever, he
there is a change in policy. Miami took in petition of 500 signa- will or 3213 NW 43rd Terr. This
CORE is asking that Shell's tures, also some residents of issues go that a long way for other
City desegregates its restau- the community.He may arise.
rant and hire Negroes as cashiers May I encourage more of us
told the
in its store. commissioners, to join this association. Who
On Saturday, after three "This is a long time fight put up knows, we might need them
weeks of negotiations, picketing out there to provide a decent again.
began because the management community so we can raise t\
refused to hire any Negroes as children that can be a benefit Thanks kindly, tf\
cashiers and desegregate the to Dade County. The bar would Mrs. Zelma Dorsett Black f
restaurant. Three ladles were '!be a facility for the creation of And entire Dorsett family

sent to apply for jobs, but only
one was allowed to file an ap
plication. The others were told
Negroes were not hired at I ",.
Shell's City. The manager denied il) ,.:
that this had been said stating,.'Tm '---"-
prejudiced, I'm,

from Everyone Ohio Is asked not to p.I' E. LOIS FOREMAN

shop at Shell's until it has'met
the demands of Miami CORE; : SENSATIONAL VOCALISTPlus
also encourage others who may .... .
not know of the campaign to .. a'n' all star show and
stay away from Shell's City . '
until the barriers of racial seg / .
regation and discrimination .".
have fallen. Persons are askedto : Cecil
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Arthritis is an inflammationof '.'., --- '1
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ness or pain in your joints is, NAACP Executive Director 1 H I nee the NAACP'H/ parent body

technically speaking arthritis..,....... toy Wilkins addresses massmeeting has! been enjoined in Alabama
IIMA AY<<--"""' ::iWY since" 1050: } Nevertheless, NAACP
In Its advance I' at 10th Street Baptist>>
rallied Its branches to supportof Fri. andl Sun. $1.00
stages, arthritis f1 Church, Birmingham, Ala., the movement through hundreds -
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f becomes not, ,. headquarters. of the Negro' protest >> of protest demonstrations, Sat. $1.50
movement. Air Wilkins letters and telegram and oilier
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r y j jj spoke l as a private citizen pressures. at the federal level.
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.. MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. TEMPLE BAPTIST

PAGE 10 SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1963
The 33rd anniversary of the
TRANSFIGURATIONEpiscopal MT. CALVARY BAPTIST church and pastor terminated
Sunday night. The anniversary
( ) Phyllis Myers, reporter ZION HOPE BAPTIST Hurst Chapel's message was delivered by the
Fr. Elisha S. Clarke Jr., vicar Rev. Ernest Hutcheson at 11
The Episcopal Churchwomen Sunday we had a most enjoyable 5129 NW 17th Avenue Women's Day a.m. The minister, officers and
will have Its United Thank Of time throughout the entire Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor members wish to thank the following -
fering Spring Ingathering on day. Rev. Williams rendered Stella Mae Flowers, reporterThe Woman's Day will be cele- churches for their
Sunday at the 9:15: Mass. All a very Inspiring and soul- devotional service was brated May 26 at Hurst Chapel splendid cooperation: the NTLL i
women are requested to wear stirring message which was enjoyed spiritually high. We had an inspiring AME Church In Perrine. The Spiritual Science Church, Rev. \
white dresses and their chapter : by everyone present. On message brought to us morning speaker will be Mrs. J. A. Poi tier, pastor; St. James
Rosettes. Mrs. Singleton, cus- Sunday night we heard another. by our pastor. Naomi Symonette. A treat Is In Baptist Church, Rev J. L.
todian. inspiring message which was I The ladies of the choirs and store for all who attend. The Johnson, pastor, and Rev. H. M.
The Churchwomen will have rendered by Rev. Stephens. usher board don't forget to public is cordially Invited. Din G. McDonald preached the ser-
their monthly meeting on Sun meet us at 6:45: p.m. at Jordan ners will be served after morn- mon; St. Mary's W. M. Church,
day May 26 at the home of the On Sunday afternoon the No. Grove to appear on the Wo- Ing worship. Rev. J. B. Blake, Rev. !!? V. Stuart, pastor, R>v.
president, Mrs. Mabel Rogersat 1 choir celebrated their anni- man's Day program. pastor. Pinder, preacher.
5:30: p.m. All women are versary. The guest minister for
urged to be present. their program was Rev. Macon, We are wishing our pastor a The "Talent Unlimited" program
The St. veronica's Chapter he too rendered a very Inspir- safe trip to Newark, N.J. and MT. SINAI BAPTISTMt. Sunday afternoon spon-
will have Its monthly meetingon ing anniversary sermon. They we are wishing him a safe re- sored by the Red Circle, wasa
Friday, June 7 at the homeof wish to thank all who helped turn. Sinai Baptist Church invites fine affair Mrs. Athalie
the public to its annualWomen's Range, owner of the Oscar
Mrs. Alice Harrison, 1891 make their program a success.
of the No. II
The president Sun- Funeral
Day observance Range Home and a
Jane Wilmington Lewis, St.chairman., at 8 p.m. Mrs. On Sunday, May 26, Sis. Park usher board will like to thankall day, May 26 at 11 o'clock p.m. tireless civic and religious
er is sponsoring a tea on behalf the usher boards for participating The morning speaker will be worker, and Deacon Bennie
ST. ANDREW'SThe of our forthcoming Wo- with them on their first Mrs. M. Athalie Range. A panel O'Berry, owner of the Magic
men's Day program. The tea anniversary. Many, many discussion will We the hIgh- City Driving School, were honored
Episcopal Churchwomen will be given at her home 2000 thanks. .. lights of the evening service. for their outstanding' con-
will have their United Thank NW 55th Terr. The public is Come and worship with us, the tributions to the betterment of
Offering Spring Ingathering on Invited to come. CHRIST EPISCOPALThe church with "The warm and the community. Congratula-
Sunday at the 11 a.m. Mass. friendly welcome." ulatlons to Mrs. M. Hepburn,
All women are urged to be Rev. Theodore R. Gibson Mrs. Bernyce Greene, chairman the directress, and her group,
present and requested to wear all Sunday School teachers in and thanks to the Northwestern
white dresses. Mrs. Eva Lam the church at 7:30: p.m. Wed- presented 40 candidates for the High octette and other par-
bright, custodian. nesday. We are also asking for Apostolic Rite of Confirmationto OPEN DOOR ticipants.The .
There will be a meeting ol I three more new teachers. the Rt. Rev. James Duncan,
---.---- D.D., Suffragan Bishop of the Rev. H. C. McDowell, pastorA. youth choir will sing
Diocese of South Florida on E. McNeil, reporter this Sunday morning and No.
't Mt1 Sunday, May 19 at 7 p.m. These Next Sunday, May 26 our 2 choir will sing during the
candidates received their first pastor will deliver the first of I evening.
communion at the 7:30: a.m. ser two messages to mark our an
'
vice. Immediately following the niversary observance. There Sunday at 3:30: p.m. the No.
confirmation service, a recep- I will be installation of officersof 1 choir will present the Rev.
.,: tion honoring the confirmed, the church. Father D. Anthony, tenor, in
Bishop and sponsors was held Saturday, June 1 we will ob recital. Father Anthony is
In the parish hall. serve our pastor's fourth anni- priest at St. Peter's American
versary. There: will be ground Catholic Church. The public is
Sunday May '20 Woman's breaking, a mammoth family invited to come to Temple and
Day will be observed. The picnic and recognition of hon- hear him. Donation one dollar.
theme for the day: "Christiani ors received by our youth. All
ty Meets the Challenge of members of the church are
Change" will 'be discussed by asked to Invite their friends ST. LUKE BAPTIST
Mrs. Carmetta Brown, speakerfor and bring the kind of basketour Rev. P. W. Williams
like unto a jealous man who the morning service. At the grandparents used to taketo Mrs. Bunesba pastor
SCIENCE AND RELIGION fears an Imaginary competitor.This 4 p.m. program a panel consist. the family picnic. Green, reporter
From a lack of comprehension should not be. Man's questfor ing of the following individuals This past week, the Couples The Male Chorus of St. Luke
of total life, there is a knowledge Is In accord with will discuss the theme: Mrs. Club met at the home of Mr. invites the public to Join them
pop-
ular tendency to separate com natural law. This makes it Willie Marshall, Mrs. Kate S. and Mrs. Elihue Love; Circle II in their Extravaganza on Fri-
pletely science and it's man in then in harmony with God. Dean and Mrs. Constance With. met with Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph day, May 24 at 8 p.m.
space from religion. Yet whatis Let us not maintain our fears. ers. Mrs. Marquita Gibson is Levarity; Circle I at the homeof The Deaconess Board of St.
more religious than a physical Fear makes us not religious but the general chairman of the Mrs. Olivia: Rogers. All of Luke Invites you to join them
search for (enllghtment) hypocritical. What we have in Woman's Day committee and these meetings were attendedby In their anniversary celebra-
God? our society for the most partIs Mrs. Fredericka Brown servesas the members of the groups. tion Sunday at 3 p.m. Refreshments -
not true religion. It Is rather program chairman. The public Visitors are always welcomeat will be served Mrs. An-
Because we label a scientific the fear of death disguised as is invited to attend all Wo our 11 o'clock service on nie Shirlene Covington, presi-
approach to God as taboo, science religion. Why else does religioncome I. man's Day activities. Sunday mornings. dent.
/' and religion seem as for the most part duringold
rival. This Is not the case. age. I .h -
however. Both hand in hand. .
go Doubts of life
are a part ,
The seemingly isolation of one They will be as long as man I For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call
from the other is only a mis has the capacity to reason or
understanding, caused perhapsby think. Doubts stimulate growthand ,
classic theology.The growth brings us closer to F ta4 F4f
truth of it is that relig u hq n
ion and science are like newly God.Hope we must have. But let
weds. For them this is a period us not confine it to heaven. BONDED
of adjustment. Here is the Extend your hope to a better (
same difference when an old life on earth. Heavenly hope _
man marries a young girl or must not make us lazy on
vice versa. Religion is older earth. c11fIkk
than science. If the two were If we are to know more about t o RENTAL
nearly the same age they would ourselves, then we must put
perhaps be more compatible. men In space. This Is not an
You know. how such a story encroachment upon God. It is

goes. instead the manisfestation of AGENCY INC.
Science, being young and full man's desire to lie at peace
of energy, wants to do lots of with himself. This is the religion ,
things. Science Is like unto a of the Master!'Science Is re
woman. It seeks new thrills and ligious In that it Is.physical
exclt }ent. It likes comfort and search for enllghtment. .
wants to know what's going on. God must be behind our man The largest collection and rental
Religion feels its age and is In space program.CoustneRANi I
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liII1. Lily White Councils Stage! Beautiful Rainbow Tea I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. ,I

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The big social event of the
Margaret
Magic City Council, tea thisu was the "Mad-
recent Lily White Grand Assembly Miami, was the winning queen. Hatters Parade." Many models
was the Rainbow Tea at She turned in $601.90. Crompton paraded before judges Mrs. Antoinette
Bethel's (beautifully decorated Council of Tampa represented Owens, Mrs. Susie
t/asement. by former queen Joebeth Granville Beckton and C. Blythe An
The program preceding the reported $455, and second drews Jr.Prizes Ji&brAILAJ ;r
tea featured a short concert by I place. were awarded as follows -
the Lily White quartet consist- Queen Mildred Council of St. : \
Ing of Mrs. Lucy Tlllman at the Petersburg who has had two Funniest Mrs. Estelle ,
piano and director, and Mrs. consecutive queens was repre- Bowers. 1'
Pearl Holmes, Mrs. Adalee Rob sented by Mrs. Zola Richards Prlettlest Miss Dianne Al- ,1
inson, Mrs. Aqullla Lawton and who reported $200 and was 3rd '
Mrs. Louise Bolden. place.Reatha. len.Sailor Miss Wanda Allen.
Rev. I. D. Hinson, pastor of Williams Council of Unusual Mrs. Nena Mae .
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Bethel of Tallahassee gave the Tampa, represented by Miss Butler.
sermon, and the tea followed.It Gladys Brown, reported $105. Tackiest Mrs. Agnes Jack: I
was sponsored by the Lily L. A. Butler Council of Orlando son.
White Councils of Florida un- represented by Mrs. Lena James Honorable Mention :Miss
der the direction of Mrs. F. L. reported $75. The Allen Rose Martha MUton.OItATOIUCAL. \
Crompton. state president, Mrs. Council of Orlando, representedby r
Mary Ballard, state secretary, Frances Ellerson, reportedThe WINNERS
and Mrs. J. B. Andrews
state $50.
Winners of the Junior De-
treasurer. Rosebud Council of Port

u._.__.______.u_ .. Tampa, represented by Mrs. partment Oratorical Contest
staged Friday night were: First
h' f fd fk fyM Doretha Brisbon, Andrewanna prize, $100 to Carolyn Basden.
Council of Jacksonville,
repre- Ormond Beach Lodge No. 101.
sented by Mrs. Mildred Hill and Second prize
$75 to MargaretteAsia
the Mattle Violet Council of St. of Lodge No. 181
Opa-
Phillips by Mrs. locka. Third prize of $50 to AntioclijWomen Raise $2,243"Not
Geneva reported $20, .
Sandra Lestre of Lodge No. 50 J I
$15 and $10 respectively. Bradenton. Fourth prize of $2< what we gain, but what Foster, moderator.
The Junior Councils crowned to Rosa Roberts of Lodge No. wegive that measures the We are grateful to the members -
I Wanda Allen Princess of the Jr. 189s Miami. Fifth prize of $15 worth of the life we live." and friends for your loyal I
!, Councils. She is a member of to Dianne Allen Lodge No. 17, support. This has been a Manner -
the C. Blythe Andrews Councilof Ocalu. Sunday, May 19 was a time year for the women at An-

Ocala. She reported 5560. Prizes of $500 each were that will long be rememberedat o. 'n",_Ji\" ,,__ _
Autly Turner of the Glibtos< awarded to the other contes- Antioch Baptist Church. Our
b e Jackson- morning speaker, Mrs. Vann A.
''t Crompton Council of tants. They were:
t ville with $50, was crowned Autley Turner, Lodge No. Toomer kept the congregation
prince. 125, Jacksonville; Samuel Arch spellbound as she delivered an
The Lily White Lodges askedto ie, Lodge No. 45, Tarpon Informational and Inspirational x
donate to the tea reportedover Springs; Lorraine Warren, message.

$1200.00. Lodge No. 137, Immokalee; The panel discussion that was
The beautiful Council floatof I Verdell Bell Lodge No. 29, Tam given at the evening servicewas
pink and gold received much I pa; Carolyn Starling, Lodge No. enthusiastically received by
applause during the parade. 132, St. Petersburg; Earl But- the congregation. The panelistswere
The basement of New Bethel ler, Lodge No. 62, Oakland; Mrs. Elizabeth Vittman,
1 was never more beautiful with Shirley Taylor, Lodge No. 157. Miss Marie White, Mrs. M.
three thrones of gold and two St. Petersburg; Beverly Straws, Louise Culver and Gallic M. i
huge refreshment tables. The Lodge No. 05, Titusville; Pa- 4
ladies wore their evening tracia Ann Brice, Lodge No. 63,

dresses. Sebring; Eleanor Balls, Lodge GRACE PRESBYTERIANAfter
The Council cake was the No. 59, Sarasota and Christine

talk of the assembly as It grac Hightower, Lodge No. 145, Or- the morning service we
ed the center of a table. Its Inscription lando. will have a congregational

MRS. ADELL McBRIDB read: "Welcome by Sylvia Denise Jones, Lodge meeting for the purpose of electing I,
Margaret Magic City Council. : No. 23 of Plant City, won spec. our 1003 anniversary chair
Mrs. Adell McBride of the An added attraction to theWomen's I lal prize of $25. man. We ask that all membersbe

present.
Words cannot express our
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The Church of God Christ
at Shiloh
Day Baptist Women's Day campaign that MKH. GLADYS COACHMAN
1809 NW 6th Avenue was climaxed last Sunday. All . Chairman
Elder J. C. Jackson, pastor The New Shiloh M. B. located at 1395 NW 09th St. Rev of our captains and members
Nathaniel Thomas, reporter"I Church will observe Its second A. M. Griffin, pastor; Mrs. Virginia cooperated well; and we are tloch. May God's richest bles-
annual Women's Day, May 20. Foster, general chairman; all in the mood now to preparefor sings rest upon you.
must work the works of Mrs. Doris Trody, reporter. our summer fund raising
Him that sent me, while it Is I Morning speaker, Mrs. Bertha projects. Mrs. Gladys Coachman, chair
day: The night cometh, whenno Smith, wife of Rev. W. K. Last Wednesday evening we man; Mrs. Rachel 1) Pratt and
man can work." John I Smith. Mrs. Smith is also the had an enjoyable time. Worshipping Mrs. AJbertha Battle, co-chair
94.: mother and teacher of the Opa- with the New Bethel men.

locka Prayer Band. Baptist Congregation, Rev Ernest
We welcome you to the 26th
Williams We look
the Church Of Evening' speaker, MissionaryMrs. pastor.
anniversary of forward to other fine fellowships Men's Day at Mt.
God In Christ, May 20 31. Madell McSwain, memberof r +, with
our neighboring
the Church of God in Christ
Monday night, May -Club Temple and is District Missionary churches.ST. Zion AME ChurchThe
No. 1, Elder O. Eason and con over the South Miami Dis-

gregation. trict. MARY'S W M. men of Mt. Zion AME
Tuesday night Club No. 2, FYt Church, 2200 NW 52nd St., Invltes .
Rev. J. E. Wright and congre- Everyone Is invited to attend Rev II. V. Stuart, pastor you to attend Its annual
gation. this glorious affair. The Mi3s Dorothy Major, reporterOn Men's Day services Sunday,
Wednesday night Club No. New Shiloh Baptist Church is May 25.4 he 'speaker for the
3, Elder I. Cohen and congre- May 12 Mother's Day was 11 a.m. service will Ill Rev T.
gation.Thursday. observed. Our altar was decked : C. Kelley Jr., pastor of St. Paul
night Club No. JORDAN GROVE M. B. with flowers as never before. AME Church, Miami. At 3 pm.a .

4, Elder J. W. Wallace and con "..,,;,'.,J Flowers came from members musical program will be pre
Rev. C. H. Smith, pastorSis. "f. honoring their mother, deceased sented. At 7 p.m. Rev Lester

gregatlon.Friday night, Club No. 0. Elder Ella K. Wright, reporterWe and alive. C. Albert of the House of Albert -
W. Atkins and congrega- of Jordan The entire service was con- will be the sneaker. Please
the women 4' 4 .
ducted by members of our junior come and hear these dynamic
Grove will celebrate our 5th an I
tion.Monday night, May 27, Club nual Woman's Day on May 26. church. speaker William Glenn, chair-
Special thanks to Miss Patricia Robert Thomas co-chair-
and con for the morn man;
No., 6, Elder S. White Our guest speaker
Kelly for bringing to us
gregation. ing will be Mrs. Madelyn C. .. man.
Club No.7, Williams. For our night serviceour one of our great speakers of tomorrow
Tuesday night Everyone enjoyed tho ser-
Miss Lenora Campbell.
Elder Kary Bell and congre- speaker will tte Mrs. Atha- Miss Thomasena Thanks to all or vices last Sunday.. The junior
gation.Wednesday. lie Range. We are planning a you. choir sang very good and their
No. 8 both spiritually Walker at I Last Sunday we were spiritually
night, Club glorious time blessed with hearing new robes were beautiful! We
Elder Jacobs and congregation. and financially. You are cordially are looking for you at Mt. Zion
New BethelThe little Arnold of Nassau who delivered -
No.9 attend.We .
Thursday night, Club Invited to the message. Ills ser- Sunday
Elder Paul Golatt and congre-
gation. would like to thank our women of New Bethel mon was very touching. lie Rev H. E. Greene, pastor;
Friday night, Club No. 10, many friends and members for Missionary Baptist Church ex preached as the spirit gave him Evelena Glenn, reporter,
Elder H. Watson and congrega their cooperation on last Sun- tend a cordial welcome to the utterance.
tion. ... day In our banquet, which was public in observance of their Sunday there will be testimony -
held at the James E. Scott Cen 6th annual Woman's Day, Sunday service, male chorus will Ushers' Union Notice
ter. May 20. The speaker for furnish music. The male chorus
MT. CARMEL BAPTISTRev. the morning will be Miss will also sponsor a program at Usher's Union Association
Thomasena Walker, Instructorat 330: pm. on behalf of Men's fourth Sunday program will beheld
D. A. Bradley, pastor BETHEL BAPTIST North Dade Junior-Senior Day. The public Is invited.We at Mt. Zion Baptist
Mrs. Christine Cohen, reporter High School. are praying for a speedy Church located at the corner of

Acts of the Apostles 1:11: Richmond HeightsRev. Please come out and enjoy recovery of sister Rosa Roberts Oth St. and 3rd Ave. Time of
theme He must come again. L. R. Ross, pastor with us this dynamic message. Sister Sarah Johnson and the program 3 p.m. :
Bettye Nolton, reporterThe Our theme: "Women Chris Sister Minnie Johnson.
This Sunday will climax our tianity's Master Link." Mrs. The program will .
Men's at our church and Men's Day program Inez Ferguson chairman; Mrs. ed between Mt. Zion Senor and i
Day
we asking all our friendsto and the Homecoming obser- Elizabeth Collie, cochairman; NEW PROVIDENCERev. St. Matthews' Seniors. A timely
are
both of which are annual Ernest Williams, pastor; has been arranged
come and be with us on this vance, Rev. program
C. J.
grand occasion. The Rev. F. W. affairs will be combinedthis Dea. Fred Williams, reporter. Burner, pastorSis. : entertainment. The ,
Claudia Wilson
.
reporterWe public
Tanner will be the speaker for year Into one Wg celebra- Is Invited to come and
our 11 o'clock service; Rev. O. tion. This two fold program I1AIIAI are expecting a glorious enjoy the afternoon with us.

W. Foster and congregation for will take place on the fourth I time on the first Sunday morn The Usher's Union Association -
the 3 p.m. service and the Rev. Sunday in this month. The Mrs. Alice Evans, teacher at Ing for we will observe bap annual Tea will be held
Davis from the Brownsville morning speaker Is the Rev. Phyllis Wheatley Elementary: tism. All candidates are urged June 10 at Dixie Park Auditor
Baptist Church will be the even W. E. Sims, pastor of Friend School, will speak at the Baha'lCenter I to be present at 10 o'clock, turn Father Theodore Gibsonof
ing speaker. So come and share ship Baptist Church. The evening 137 NW 11th Ave., 8 p.m. I bring a change of garments.Our Christ Episcopal Church
one of the services with us. speaker will be the Rev. Sunday, May 20. Her subject friends are invited to will be the speaker for the oc
C. .. Burney, pastor of New will be "From Whence Cometh take a part In the services.We casion.
Bible Class every Tuesday Providence Baptist Church, My Telp?" The public la cor- have sick members and
night at 7 o'clock. Prayer meet' Liberty City. Everyone Is Invited dially Invited to attend. Phone those who are grieved over the Deacon David Hudson, presi
at 8 p.m. every Tuesday night. to share this wonderful Secretary FR 1.5420, for further loss of their loved ones. Remember dent; Miss Dorothy Major, reporter -
Remember the sick and shut-In
with us. Information them In prayer. ,
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. TEMPLE BAPTISTRev.
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PAGE 10 SATURDAY MAY 25, 1963 QJijurrlf NrUt.6 L. A. Thompson, pastor
The 33rd anniversary of the
church and pastor terminated
TRANSFIGURATIONEpiscopal MT. CALVARY BAPTIST Sunday night. The anniversary

( ) Phyllis Myers reporter ZION HOPE BAPTIST Hurst Chapel'sWomen's message was delivered by the
Fr. Elisha S. Clarke Jr., vicar Rev. Ernest Hutcheson at 11
The Episcopal Churchwomen Sunday we had a most enjoy- 5129 NW 17th Avenue I Day a.m. The minister, officers and
will have Its United Thank Offering able time throughout the entire Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor members wish to thank the following -
Spring Ingathering on day. Rev. Williams rendered Stella Mae Flowers, reporterThe Woman's Day will be cele- churches for their
Sunday at the 9:15: Mass. All a very inspiring and soul- devotional service was brated May 26'at Hurst Chapel splendid cooperation: the NTLL
Church Rev.J. .
We had an inspiring Church In Perrine. The Spiritual Science ,
women are requested to wear stirring message which was enJoyed spiritually high. AME
white dresses and their chapter by everyone present. On message brought to us morning: speaker will be Mrs. A. Poitier, pastor; St. James
Rosettes. Mrs. Singleton, cus- Sunday night we heard another by our pastor. Naomi Symonette. A treat Is In Baptist Church, Rev. J. L.
todian. Inspiring message which was The ladies of the choirs and store for all who attend. The Johnson, pastor, and Rev. H. M.
The Churchwomen will have rendered by Rev. Stephens.On usher board don't forget to public is cordially Invited. Din G. McDonald preached the ser-
their monthly meeting on Sun meet us at G:45: p.m. at Jordan ners will be served after morn mon; St. Mary's W. M. Church,
day May 26 at the home of the Sunday afternoon the No. Grove to appear on the Wo ing worship. Rev. J. B. Blake, Rev. H., V. Stuart, pastor, .R v.
president, Mrs. Mabel Rogersat 1 choir celebrated their anni- man's Day program.We pastor. Pinder, preacher.
5:30: p.m. All women are versary. The guest minister for The "Talent Unlimited" program -
urged to be present. their program was Rev. Macon, are wishing our pastor a
safe trip to Newark, N.J. and MT. SINAI BAPTIST Sunday afternoon spon-
The St. Veronica's Chapter he too rendered a very inspiring sored by the Red Circle, wasa
safe
wishing him a re-
will have Its monthly meetingon anniversary sermon. They we are
Mt. Sinai Baptist Church Invites fine affair Mrs. Athalie
Friday, June 7 at the homeof wish to thank all who helped turn. the public to its annual Range, owner of the Oscar
Mrs. Alice Harrison, 18D1 make their program a success. The president of the No. II Women's Day observance Sun- Range Funeral Home and a

Wilmington St., at 8 p.m. Mrs. On Sunday, May 20, Sis. Parker usher board will like to thankall day, May 20 at 11 o'clock p.m. tireless civic and religious
Jane Lewis, chairman.ST. is sponsoring a tea on behalf the usher boards for participating The morning speaker will be worker, and Deacon Bennie
of our forthcoming Wo with them on their first Mrs. M. Athalle Range. A panel O'Berry, owner of the Magic
ANDREW'SThe men's Day program. The tea anniversary. Many, many discussion will lie the highlights City Driving School, were honored .
Episcopal Churchwomen will be given at her home 2000 thanks. .. of the evening service. for their outstanding contributions -
will have their United Thank NW 55th Terr. The public Is -: Come and worship with us, the to the betterment of
Offering Spring Ingathering on Invited to come. CHRIST EPISCOPALThe church with, "The warm and the community. Congratula-
Sunday at the 11 a.m. Mass. friendly welcome." ulations to Mrs. M. Hepburn,
All women are urged to be Rev. Theodore R. Gibson Mrs. Bernyce Greene, chairman the directress, and her group,
present and requested to wear all Sunday School teachers In and thanks to the Northwestern
white dresses. Mrs. Eva Lam the church at 7:30: p.m. Wed- presented 40 candidates for the High octette and other par
bright' custodian. I nesday. We are also asking for Apostolic Rite of Confirmationto OPEN DOOR ticipants.The .
There will be a meeting ol three more new teachers. the lit. Rev. James Duncan, Rev. H. C. McDowell, pastorA.
D.D., Suffragan Bishop of the youth choir will sing
Diocese of South Florida on E. McNeil, reporter this Sunday morning and No.
Next Sunday, May 26 our 2 choir will sing the
Sunday, May 10 at 7 p.m. These during
will d liver the first of
candidates received their first pastor evening.
communion at the 7:30: a.m. ser two messages to mark our anniversary
I the observance. There Sunday at 3:30: p.m. the No.
vice. Immediately following
service will be Installation of officersof 1 choir will present the Rev.
confirmation a reception -
honoring the confirmed, the church. Father D. Anthony, tenor, in
June 1 will ob. recital. Father Is
Saturday, we Anthony
Bishop and sponsors was heldin fourth anni- priest at St. Peter's American
serve our pastor's
ThF the parish hall. versary. There will be ground Catholic Church. The public is
;
Sunday May "20 Woman's breaking, a mammoth family invited to come to Temple and
I ( Day will be observed. The picnic and recognition of hon hear him. Donation one dollar.
theme for the day: "Christianity ors received by our youth. All
Meets the Challenge of members of the church are
:':':':: I Change" will 'be discussed by asked to invite their friends ST. LUKE BAPTISTRev.
Mrs. Carmetta Brown and bring the kind of basketour
- speakerfor P. \Williams
pastor
like unto a jealous man who the morning service. At the grandparents used to taketo Mrs. Bunesba Green
SCIENCE AND RELIGION fears an Imaginary competitor.This 4 p.m. program a panel consist the family picnic. The reporter
lack should not be. Man's questfor ing of the following individuals This past week, the Couples Male Chorus of St. Luke
From of comprehension invites
a knowledge is in accord with will discuss the theme: Mrs. Club met at the home of Mr. the public to Join them
of total life, there is a pop natural law. This makes it : Willie Marshall, Mrs. Kate S. and Mrs. Elihue Love; Circle II In their Extravaganza on Fri-
ular tendency science to and separate it's man completely in then in harmony with God. Dean and Mrs. Constance With met with Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph day, May 24 at 8 p.m.
from religion. Yet whatis Let us not maintain our fears. ers. Mrs. Marquita Gibson is Levarity; Circle I at the homeof The Deaconess Board of St.
space than physical Fear makes us not religious but the general chairman of the Mrs. Olivia Rogers. All of Luke invites you to Join them
religious a
more . have in Woman's these meetings attendedby in their anniversary celebra-
search for (enlightment) hypocritical. What we Day committee and were
God? our society for the most partIs Mrs. Fredericka Brown servesas the members of the groups. tion Sunday at 3 p.m. Refreshments .
not true religion. It is rather program chairman. The public Visitors are always welcomeat will be served. Mrs. An-
Because we label a scientific the fear of death disguised as is Invited to attend all Wo our 11 o'clock service on nle Shirlene Covington, presi
approach to God as taboo, sci- religion. Why else does religioncome man's Day activities. Sunday mornings. dent.

ence and religion seem as for the most part duringold . .
rival. This is not the case. age. - -

however. Both go hand In hand. Doubts are a part of life, I( "
The seemingly isolation of one I For Moderate Rates Call
They will be as long as man The Finest Apartments at -
from the other is only a misunderstanding has the capacity to reason or
caused perhapsby think. Doubts stimulate growthand
classic theology.The growth brings us closer to
truth of it is that religIon -
and science are like newly God.Hope we must have. But let AL4O
weds. For them this is a period us not confine it to heaven. BONDED
of adjustment. Here is the Extend your hope to a better (
same difference when an old life on earth. Heavenly hope
man marries a young girl or must not make us lazy on
vice versa. Religion is older earth.If JJ'RENTAL
than science. If the two were we are to know more about
nearly the same age they would ourselves, then we must put
perhaps be more compatible.You men in space. This is not an
know. how such a story encroachment upon God. It Is

goes. instead the manifestation of -iii1: AGENCY INC.
Science, being young and full man's desire to lie at peace
of energy, warts to do lots of with himself. This Is the religion ,
things. .Science is like unto a of the Master;-Science Is religious -
woman. It seeks new thrills and in that It Is.physical '
& ;
excltment. It likes comfort and search for enllghtment. '\ The largest collection and
rental
wants to know what's going on. God must be behind our man "
Religion. feels its age and is in space program.-Cousin. I

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Lily Stage Beautiful Rainbow TeaThe I

SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1963 PAGE 11
big social event of the Margaret Magic City Council, tea this year was the "Mad-
recent Lily White Grand Assembly Miami, was the winning queen. Hatters Parade." Many models
was the Rainbow Tea at She turned in $601.90. Crompton paraded before Judges Mrs. An
Bethel's (beautifully decorated Council of Tampa represented toinette Owens Mrs. Susie
tfasement. by former queen Joebeth Gran- Beckton and C. Blythe Andrews
The program preceding the vllle, reported $455, and second Jr.Prizes .
tea featured a short concert by i place. were awarded as follows -
the Lily White quartet consisting : Queen Mildred Council :
of Mrs. Lucy Tillman at the I Petersburg who has had ftwo Funniest Mrs. Estelle
piano and director, and Mrs. consecutive queens was repre- Bowers.
Pearl Holmes, Mrs. Adalee Robinson sented by Mrs. Zola Richards, Prlettlest Miss Dlanne Allen -
Mrs. Aquilla Lawton and who reported $200 and was 3rd .
Mrs. Louise Bolden. place.Reatha. Sailor Miss Wanda Allen. t
Rev. I. D. Hinson, pastor of Williams Council of Unusual Mrs. Nena Mae '
Bethel of Tallahassee gave the Tampa, represented by Miss' Butler. 41'1 J I

sermon, and the tea followed.It Gladys Brown reported $105.L. Tackiest Mrs. Agnes Jack:
was sponsored by the Lily A. Butler Council of Orlando son.
White Councils of Florida un- represented by Mrs. Lena James Honorable Mention Miss
der the direction of Mrs. F. L. reported $75. The Allen Rose Martha Milton'ORATORICAL
Crompton, state president, Mrs. Council of Orlando, represented
Mary Ballard, state secretary, bv Frances Ellerson reported WINNERS
and Mrs. J. B. Andrews, state $50.
Winners of the Junior Department -
treasurer. The Rosebud Council of Port Oratorical Contest
Tampa, represented by Mrs.
staged Friday night were: First
Doretha Brisbon, Andrewanna prize, $100 to Carolyn Basden.
Council of Jacksonville repre- Ormond Beach Lodge No. 101.
sented by Mrs. Mildred hill and Second prize, $75 to MargaretteAsia
F o F the Mattie Violet Council of St. of Lodge No. 181
Opa-
((4 : Petersburg represented by Mrs. locka. Third prize of $50 to AntiochjWomen Raise $2,243"Not
Geneva Phillips, reported $20, Sandra Lestre of Lodge No. 50
$15 and $10 respectively. Bradenton. Fourth prize of $2r.. what we gain, but whatwe Foster, moderator.
The Junior Councils crowned to Rosa Roberts of Lodge No. give that measures the We are grateful to the mem- I
Wanda Allen Princess of the Jr. 185) Miami. Fifth prize of $15 worth of the life we live." bers and friends for your loyal I
Councils. She is a member of to Dianne Allen Lodge No. 17, support, This has been a banner -
the C. Blythe Andrews Councilof Ocala. Sunday, May 19 was a time year for the women at AnMKH. -

Ocala. She reported $55.60. Prizes of $5.00 each were that will long be rememberedat -- ._--'..-,--<.
Autly Turner of the Gibt/3! awarded to the other contes- Antioch Baptist Church. Our
A.
t Mrs. Vann
speaker
Crompton Council of Jackson- tants. morning ,
They were:
ville with $50 crowned Toomer kept the congregation
was Autley Turner, Lodge No. spellbound as she delivered an i 1'9w '
prince. 125, Jacksonville; Samuel Archie -
; The Lily White Lodges asked Lodge No. 45, Tarpon Informational and Inspirational
I to donate to the tea reportedover Springs; Lorraine Warren, message.

$1200.00. Lodge No. 137 Immokalee; The panel discussion that was ?
The beautiful Council floatof Verdell Bell Lodge No. 29, Tam given at the evening servicewas db
pink and gold received much pa; Carolyn Starling, Lodge No. enthusiastically received by
applause during the parade. 132, St. Petersburg; Earl But- the congregation. The panelists
The basement of New Bethelwas ler Lodge No. 02, Oakland; i were Mrs. Elizabeth Pittman,,
P a never more beautiful with Shirley Taylor, Lodge No. 157. Miss Marie White, Mrs. M,.
three thrones of gold and two I St. Petersburg; Beverly Straws, Louise Culver and Callle M.
huge refreshment tables. The Lodge No. 95, Titusvllle; Pa-
ladies wore their evening tracia Ann Brice, Lodge No. 03,
dresses. Sebring; Eleanor Balls, Lodge GRACE PRESBYTERIANAfter
The Council cake was the No. 59, Sarasota and Christine
talk of the assembly as It grac Hightower, Lodge No. 145, Or- the morning service we ; W ykk4'd"71
ed the center of a table. Its Inscription lando. will have a congregational
read: "Welcome by Sylvia Denise Jones, Lodge meeting for the purpose of electIng
I MRS. ADELL McBRIDEMrs. Margaret Magic City Council. No. 23 of Plant City, won special our 1903 anniversary chair-
Adell McBride of the An added attraction to the prize of $25. man. We ask that all members
be present.
Words cannot express our
gratitude for the wonderfuWomen's ___...m_......._......_...__.__.._. .
The Church of God in Christ Women's Day at S SThe S;hiloh Baptistlocated Day campaign that GLADYS COACHMAN

1809 NW 5th Avenue was climaxed last Sunday. Al! . Chairman
Elder J. C. Jackson, pastor New Shiloh M. B.I at 1395 NW 09th St. Rev.A. of our captains and members;
Nathaniel Thomas, reporter"I Church will observe Its second M. Griffin, pastor; Mrs. Virginia cooperated well; and we are i tloch. May God's richest blessings -
annual Women's Day, May 20. Foster, general chairman: all in the mood now to prepare rest upon you.
must work the works of Mrs. Doris Trody, reporter. for our summer fund raising
Him that sent me, while It Is Morning speaker, Mrs. Bertha projects.Last Mrs. Gladys Coachman chair.
day: The night cometh, whenno Smith, wife of Rev. W. K. ,..--...-.....--.-.....--.--- Wednesday evening we man; Mrs. Rachel l B. Pratt and
man can work." John Smith. Mrs. Smith is also the had an enjoyable time. Wor- Mrs. Albertha Battle, cochairmen.
9:4.: mother and teacher of the Opa- shipping with the New Bethel .
locka Prayer Band. Baptist Congregation Rev. Ernest .
We welcome you to the 26th Williams, pastor We look
anniversary of the Church Of Evening' speaker, MissionaryMrs. forward to other fine fellowships Men's Day at Mt.
20 31. Madell McSwain, memberof
God In Christ, May 1 with our neighboring
the Church of God In Christ b A r
.
Monday night, May 20-Club Temple and Is District Mission. churches.ST. Zion AME ChurchThe

No. 1, Elder O. Eason and con ary over the South Miami Dis-
gregation.Tuesday. trict. MARY'S W M. men of Mt Zion AME
night Club No. 2, Church, 2200 NW 52nd St., in-
Rev. J. E. Wright and congre- Everyone Is Invited to attend Rev H. V. Stuart, pastor vltes you to attend Its annual
gation. this glorious affair. The MM Dorothy Major, reporterOn Men's Day services Sunday,
Wednesday night Club No. New Shiloh Baptist Church Is May 25. The 'speaker for the
3 Elder I. Cohen and congre- May 12 Mother's Day was 11 a.m. service will Me Rev. T.
observed. Our altar was decked
C. Kelley Jr., pastor of St. Paul
gation.Thursday night Club No. JORDAN GROVE M. B. with flowers as never before. AME Church, Miami. At 3 p.m.a .
Flowers came from members will be
musical
program pre
and
con
4, Elder J. W. Wallace Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor 4' w, honoring their mother, deceased sented. At 7 p.m. Rev LesterC.

gregation. Club No. 0. Elder Sis. Ella K. Wright, reporterWe I and alive. Albert of the House of Albert -
Friday night, I The entire service was con- will be tho speaker; Please
W. Atkins and congrega- the women of Jordan ducted by members of our Junior come and hear these dynamic
Grove will celebrate our 5th annual church.
speakers. William Glenn, chair-
tion.Monday night, May 27, Club Woman's Day on May 26. Special thanks to Miss Patricia man; Robert Thomas cochairman. -
No., 0, Elder S. White and con Our guest speaker for the morn- Kelly for bringing to us .
will be Mrs. Madelyn C.
gregatlon. Ing one of our great speakers of tomorrow
Tuesday night Club No.7, Williams. For our night serviceour Miss Lenora Campbell. Everyone enjoyed tho servIces -
Elder Kary Bell and congre- speaker will lie Mrs. Atha- Miss Thomasena Thanks to all of you. last Sunday. The junior
gation. lie Range. We are planning a Last Sunday we were spiri- choir sang very good and their
Wednesday night, Club No.8, glorious time both spirituallyand Walker at tually blessed with hearing new robes were beautiful! We
Elder Jacobs and congregation. financially. You are cordially New BethelThe little Arnold of Nassau who delivered are looking for you at Mt. Zion
Thursday night, Club No.9, Invited to attend. the message. Ills ser- Sunday.

Elder Paul Golatt and congre- We would like to thank our women of New Bethel mon was very touching. Ho Rev. II. E. Greene, pastor;

gation.Friday night, Club No. 10,' many friends and members for Missionary Baptist Church extend preached an tho spirit gave him Evelena Glenn, reporter.
Elder H. Watson and congregation. their cooperation on last Sun- a cordial welcome to the utterance.
.. day in our banquet, which was public In observance of their Sunday there will be testi-
.
held at the James E. Scott Cen 6th annual Woman's Day, Sunday mony service, male chorus will Ushers' Union Notice
ter. May 20. The speaker for furnish music. The male chorus
MT. CARMEL BAPTISTRev. the morning will be Miss will also sponsor a program at Usher's Union Association
Thomasena Walker, instructorat 3:30: p.m. on behalf of Men'sDay. fourth Sunday program will beheld
D. A. Bradley, pastor BETHEL BAPTIST North Dade Junior-Senior The public Is invited. at Mt. Zion Baptist
Mrs. Christine Cohen, reporter High School. We are praying for a speedy Church located at the corner of
1:11 Richmond HeightsRev. Please come out and enjoy recovery of Sister Rosa Rob- 3th St. and 3rd Ave. Time of
Acts of the Apostles : L. R. Ross, pastor with us this dynamic message. erts, Sister Sarah Johnson and the program 3 p.m.
theme, He must come again. Bettye Nolton, reporterThe Our theme: "Women Chris Sister Minnie Johnson.
climax ourMen's tianity's Master Link." Mrs. The program will be sponsor
This Sunday will church and Men's Day program Inez Ferguson chairman; Mrs. ed between Mt. Zion Senior and I
Day at our friendsto and the Homecoming obser- Elizabeth Collie, co-chairman; NEW PROVIDENCERev. St. Matthews' Seniors. A timely
all our f
we are asking this vance, both of which are annual Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor; program has been arranged ;
on
be with us C. J.
and Burney, pastor
come be combinedthis entertainment. The 1
will Williams
Rev. F. W. 'affairs Dea.. Fred reporter.
The Claudia Wilson
grand occasion. Sis. reporterWe public
for year Into one big celebra- Is invited to come and
speaker
Tanner will be the
our 11 o'clock service; Rev. O. tion. This two fold program RAHAI are expecting a glorious enjoy the afternoon with us.
W. Foster and congregation for will take place on the fourth' time on the first Sunday morning The Usher's Union Associa-
the 3 p.m. service and the Rev. Sunday in this month.Is the The Rev. Mrs. Alice Evans teacher at for we will observe bapJtlsm. tion annual Tea will be held
Davis from the Brownsville morning speaker Phyllis Wheatley Elementary: All candidates are urgedto June 16 at Dixie Park Auditor
Baptist Church will be the even- W. E. Sims, pastor of Friendship School, will speak at the i be present at 10 o'clock, ium. Father Theodore Gibsonof
Ing speaker. So come and share Baptist Church. The evenIng Rev.- Center 137 NW 11th Ave., 8 p.m. bring a change of garments.Our Christ Episcopal Church
one of the services with us. I speaker will be the Sunday, May 26. Her subject friends are invited to will be the speaker for the oc
of New
C. J. Burney, pastor will be "From Whence Cometh take a part In the services.We casion.
Bible Class every Tuesday Providence Baptist Church, My Telp?" The punlic la cordially have sick members and
night at 7 o'clock. Prayer meet- Liberty City. Everyone Is Invited invited to attend. Phone those who are grieved over the Deacon David Hudson, presi
at 8 p.m. every Tuesday night. to share this wonderful Secretary FR 1.5420, for further loss of their loved ones. Remember dent; Miss Dorothy Major, reporter
Remember the sick and shut-1n with us. Information. them In prayer. ,
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. \\H MEMORIAM Richardson .

PAGE 12 SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1963 DEA THS
MRS. CYNTHIA AMOS of
In loving memory of our
dear sister and niece, asrm,' rnsx; '"l"'T'=>:1I'er 1930 NW 5th court died May 16.
Services held at Ebenezer M,
--" r ,: : 'til.-. Church 21 with Aaron
& RANGE. | May Rev.
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CARDS . P9EMORIALS Hall, officiating. She is survived -

_ 1w IVA TURNER of 1832 NW by three cousins, Mrs. Theresa
68th Terr., died, after a short E. Wheaton of Jacksonville -
illness on Friday, May 17. Hb ; Mrs. Viola Staward of
IN MEMORIAL I I CARD OF THANKSThe is survived by ,his wife, Evp Ft. Lauderdale and Maple Lee
I Mae. Final rites and services!!; Jones of Jacksonville
In loving memories of our family of the late will be held In Waynesboro, Ga.
brother and son, SUSAN BEATRICE ROBERTSwho where he was shipped May 21.
.. '., MRS FANNIE M. WAY of
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life March
: : departed this
ASA REYNOLDS* of 7126 N\V 020 NW 4th Ave., died May 20.
10, 1963, wish to thank the 1'f ;.
She leaves her hus-
died 16. He is. to mourn,
Place
friends and neighbors for all 14th May
f' 5 r kind expressions of sympathy survived by Maude Reynold!, band, Harry, and a grand-
Service will be held
Williams Mrs. Eva daughter.
during their bereavement. Special Mrs. Theresa ,
Saturday from the chapel at 3
1 thanks to Fr. Elisha Clark Poole, sisters, Williams and
;t; Wb Rag and the many friends from ,Key I Frank Campl/ell, brothers. Final p.m. with Rev. Emory Jackson
< officiating.
West, who sent lovely floral : rites and services will be held

> pieces, and to the entire staffof I in Gainesville, where he will be
aw
the Francis Funeral home I shipped May, 24. FREDDIE LEE ANDREWSof

for efficient service. To all we 2060 NW 3rd Ave., apt. 20

say; thanks a million MRS. SALLY ANN ROBIN died May 22. He is a graduateof
Orion Roberts, son 49th St. died Booker T. Washington Classof
The Entire SON of 2821 NW ,
And Family May 17. She Is survived by her 1960. He is survived by his

husband, A. C., and Drucllla, mother, Mrs. Carrie Robinson,
sister. Final rites will be held father Percy Andrews, a sister,
_A ; CARD OF THANKSThe WILLICITA FORBES SHAW Saturday In the chapel at 1 Mrs. Marie Jerkins, a brother!
/ who departed this life May 20, p.m. Rolfcrt, who is now stationedIn
family of the late 1962. father
Germany, a step ,
4' .. ._...__..__
u. When we asunder part, MARK PETER DAVIS of Berry Robinson, an aunt, Mrs.

It gives us Inward pain, 1233 NW 62nd St., died May 2(). Lillie Mae Miller, and an uncle
But we shall still be Joined In He had been a resident of the Harry Eddie. Arrangements are
heart, scheduled: for May 30.
Miami area for more than 45

"". t<:v_..,.:.,.,.."" ....""""' ''.,...'''....,""", .. And hope to meet again. years. His survivors include his
The Family wife, Dora, eight sons, Charlie,

CONLEY WILLIAMSwho Will, Walter, George, Lonnie, Albert
departed May 25, 1955. Thomas, Paris and Arthur; . .
The family CARD OF THANKSThe three daughters, Mrs. Annie I

t Wooten, Mrs. Arizona Joseph MRS. OLLIE MOBLEY of
entire family of the late and Mrs Duval Turner; num- 16301 NW 17th place, Opalockadied

CARD OF THANKSThe ,. erous grand children, great- May 20. Services held in

family of the late, grandchildren. Services will be the chapel Tuesday. Her sur-

EDWARD WEBB '. held Tuesday, May 28 at Mt. vivors are a daughter, Mrs.
wish to thank their many ; Calvary Baptist Church at 3:30: I. Katherine Smith, two sons Ben
friends for the kind expres- 9 p.m. with the Rev. George jamin and Mack; Mrs. Willie M.

sions of sympathy shown thru Tarpley officiating. I..Headley, sister; Hosea Rivers,

flowers, telegrams, cards, and brother; seven grandchildrenand
two nieces.
their acts of kindness. Their MRS. SUSIE MARTIN of
thanks to Rev. W. F
special 2212 NW 49th St., died May 22
Tanner Rev. J. A. Finlayson, I
if at her home. She is survivedby HOMER LATIMORE, 6201
C. McDowell the Mt.
Rev. ,
''!' 4rT'1 a daughter, Mrs. Corene NW 17th Ave., died May 20 fol.
Church and the .1' / '
Zion Baptist .. " ', t' 1' .. Thomas and a grand daughter lowing a short illness. He is
Bain Funeral Home staff fo1; !: '. : Mrs Elizabeth Arrangements survived his
the very efficient and sympa- .-.... .n;: > ......,._, '/_!y._. ....._ Farrington. by wife, two
thetic service rendered in thq are incomplete. : daughters, two sisters, four
VASSIE LUTLEY RICKS brothers and an uncle. Services
hour of their great loss.
The vho died on May 15, wish to will be conducted Saturday at
Family hank the many friends and Francis . B 2 p.m. at New Hope Baptist
'neighbors for their extended Church with Rev. D. A. Bradley

CARD OF THANKSThe ympathy In their hour of Ue- MRS. ELIZABETH B. NELSON officiating. He will lie in
eavement Special thanks to repose in the chapel Friday at
of 718 NW 2nd Ave., died
family of the late, lev. Edward T. Graham, Rev. 1 p.m.
May 19. Services held Thursday'
.--.- _'"_ ........ i tfmory; Jackson and the Mt in the chapel. Survivors .in-,
Zion Baptist Church for their elude two friends, Mrs. Leila
:sympathetic kindness. Also to JOHNNIE BLAKE of 1967
YN Jarold L. Francis and entire r Jackson of Macon, Ga.; Mrs. NW 5th place died May 22 Services -
Olga M. Smith of Miami.
staff of the Francis Funeral REMILDA CASH DAMES will be Monday 4:30: p.m.
lame for their efficient ser- from St. John Baptist Church.

__ ; 'ice. We say God bless you. wish thanks to and express appreciation their sincere to the MRS. VASSIE L. RICKS of

y Norris Ricks, husband and friends 223 NW 7th St., died May 15
'E, t many neighbors Chapel services for
Ethelyn Armstrong, Dght. who extended kindnesses of Services held Monday at Mt James
K And the entire family Zion Baptist Church with Rev' Mack, 631 NW 22nd St., Hia-
t any kind during the recent Illness Edward T. Graham officiatingSurvivors leah, were conducted May 20.
and death of our loved .
one.
: Rev Solomon officiated. .
Eta' include her husband
made
-Ti Our burden was lighteras '
Norris, a daughter, Mrs. Ethe'
IN MEMORIAMIn a result of your thoughtful
James
P lyn Armstrong; father,
acts in the form of cards, tele- Remains of Mrs. Elner Jonesof
Watson Sr.,; a brother, James
loving memory of our grams, floral contributions, car Watson Jr., a sister, six grand 2931 NW 55th St. were sent
Gloved son and brother, donations, food, participationon children. to Concord, Ga. May 17 where
ARTHUR McKENZIEwho program, etc. services and burial were held.
departed from us May 23, Special thanks and appreciation -
1902. are extended to Rev. AaronD.
God knows the many answersto Hall and the members of CARD OF THANKSThe Funeral services for Mrs. Isabella -

the questions in our hearts. Ebenezer Methodist Church, Edmonds, Pioneer citizenof
I .
He knows our lonely hours the Bethell-Williams Funeral family of the lateLAURETTA 921 NW 2nd Ct., were held

.4, and the sudden teas that start. Home, the staff of the Francis ,May 21 at Mt. Zion Baptist
He asks us to trust Him as He' Funeral Home, Choir No1 and I Church, Rev. Edward T. Gra-

... .. leads us by the hand to the day 2 of Ebenezer Methodist ham, pastor. She is survived by
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of glad reunion in a live forever Church, the neighbors of Fifth a niece, Mrs Willie Frezell of
DELAGALLwho
MRS ADDIE
? land. Ave., Mrs. Genevieve S. Lock- Summit, N. J.
departed this life April Sadly missed, hart, and Miss Thomasena O.
16 1963 and laid to rest
was
Mr. and Mrs. Sam McKenzie Walker.
April 19, 10G3 wish to express and Family May God bless each one of w
their sincere appreciation and\ DEATHSTHOMAS
thanks to their many friends you.
The Family
and neighbors who through w p GRAY
IN! MEMORIAMIn Delray
their many acts of kindnesses t Beach, died Monday morning.

in the form of cards, letters, sad but loving memory of CARD OF THANKSThe Services will be held Saturday
telegrams, florals and dona- our dear son and little brother, at 10 a.m.uat St. Matthew'sMoorepoff

tions lighten of cars their, helped burden.so muchto rm ....."" .., family of the late, r cI Church ting.. the He Iisvsur.

A special thanks to Rev. J. r2 LILLIE M. GREEN MIKE t 1 vived by a wife, Mrs. Florence-
B. Blacknell, officers and wishes to express their thanks'to Gray
members of St. James AME) 1' the many friends and neigh?

Church, Mrs. Range, and her bors for cards, flowers, tele-:
staff for their efficient services! grams and use of cars rendered;
May God bless all of you. ., service and all other kindness Take Time Out to
Mrs. Gwendolyn D. Green, shown during their bereave
daughter ment. Special thanks to Rev: Make Your Will
And Family P. D. Brantley, Mrs. Ruth Mc \ .

Kinney and the Range Funeral -... -
: Home. May God bless each and William Henry Huff for ANPDon't

IN MEMORIAMIn everyone Charles of you.Green, son who passed away KELLY May 5, and wait till near your dying

loving memory of o u r Mrs. Josephine Howard, was laid to rest May 11, wish To bed
dear mother and grandmother,' mother to thank the many friends and ask someone to write your
MRS. BEATRICE BROWN acquaintances for their cards, W1ll

who departed this life May 21, letters, flowers, telegrams and .Procrastination dread you should
1962. BYRON EDWARD TRESVANTwho DEATH all the kind gestures of sympa ,
Life, sweet life, so soon to pass departed this life May 19, thy during their hour of bereavement Why ill wait 7 till you become too

As we are so was she 1962 and Is resting In glory. Mrs Jean Lee of 1171 NW Also neighbors of As then
As she is so shall we be. May he rest in peace. 64th St., lost her mother, Mrs. 69th Terrace. Special thanks to forgetAlong some loved one you'll

May she rest In peace and Albert Tresvant Sr., father Rosa Lee Roddy on Monday, Fr. Theodore Jones and his with treasures laid
light perpetual shine upon her. Virginia Tresvan mother May 13, while the family was : congregation of the Church of List every Item and each away debt
Mrs. Ruth Cooper Albert Jr., and Walter busy with details of the funeral The Incarnation also for ser- That your executor must ,
Mrs. Naomi Vanterpool, brothers her father passed away on vices rendered by the Range Life's journey's not complete pay, ,
daughterA Joy, Priscilla, Portia and Friday, May 17. She Is In Ocala Funeral Home. until

host of grandchildren, Leslie, sisters where funeral service will be A. G. Kelly, husband One takes time out to make his
nieces and nephews And Grandparents held on Sunday. And Family Will .






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Phil Ossofer Says . I SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1963 PAGE 13



Watching: a. TV presentation Free Chest X-Rays
on Israel and its problems I SOCIAL SECURITY
was surprised to discover thatone
of Its biggest problems Is R AvailableUnit

Integration. Of course it Isn't . . ti . . .
the same as our problems, for No. 0} on loan from the
in Israel all the groups involved Florida State Board of Health,

have the same backgroundof lii I will be giving chest X-rays at
suffering through man's in- 1.JI "I.kAt'
humanity to man, and all still _wnw ora v. __ the following locations, Thursday -
face a common at the May 23 at BOO NW 71st
enemy St. Friday, May 21 at the Fred-
borders of their
new
FOR RENT FOR SALE Into ratIon will come country.without Everyone who works under ly'a Market, G127 NW 18th Ave.
n doubt and without the terror social security should cHeck his Monday, May 27, unit G will be

i'UnN1sttEb or unfurnished CBS Duplex, tfeautlful one bed. and bloodshed that:: mark the social security accoun at least 0 closed.will be Tuesday located, May 1898 28, Unit
at NW
apt in Opa-locka area. 1-bed- room with a Florida road to Integration In our coun- once every three years, accord-
room, utifurnlshed. $15 week, 2. landscaped, near 12th ave. and try. Yet, It seems unbelleve- Ing to Edward P. Blonston, District 2nd 3rd Ave.Ave.; Wednesday closed., 1160 NW
; Thursday Fri
bedroom Unfurnished. i i$18 1 able that Israel should be faced Manager for social secur-
51st St. Free, call owner
day 400 NW 14th St.
bedroom furnished $21, '2-bed- 631-6333. with such a problem. ity in Miami (North,) Florida. ,

rooms furnished $25. Call Mic When the facts are revealed, All earnings records for the Hours for the above locations
kins Rental Agency. NE 4-0500 See 737 NW 41st St. Open for however, we find that Jews more than 135 million account will be 1 p.m. to 1 p.m., 5 p.m.;.'
Indf Inspection. Two lively CBS became the counterpart of number holders are kept at social I Saturday, June 1, theGrandway '
homes on one lot. Ideal for large their native lands like other security central account- Discount Center, 12
M3EDROOM furnished apt. All family or for rental income; A people. Thus the Influx of people- ing office in Ualtimoro, Md. noon to 3: 1).m.Want .
utilities, downtown area. $18 efficiency real bargain at $13,900. Down from many lands Into one land, The Miami North social security
$13. Call Mickins Rental payment $990 or your best of. despite the common back- office has a supply of postcard
Agency NE 4-0500. Indf fer. Come see and let's talk it ground of religion, is the gathering forms that workers can to Sell it?
-. ..' of strangers into one nation -
:>
Alexis Ben Kori Realtor
over. use to request statements of
SETTLED :LADY tb ,share apt. 714 NW G2ild St, Nites 759-5533. even as prophesied In their accounts. If the state- Advertise it!
right on bus and Jitney line. Days:: 7513131. Zechariah 2:11.: ment is not accurate, a worker
The! return of the Jews from
17th Ave. near 68th St. OX should tell the social security ..- --
all nations Is
i a fulfillment of
1.1690. for Owner office.
Bargain
you. saY
total. Deuteronomy 30:3.: "That then
-LOVELY house for small fami- Includes reduce price the to furniture.$8,500 This the Lord thy God will turn thy The Social Security Adminis-

ly convenient to stores and nice CBS. for $250 down, $75 a captivity thee and, and have will compassion return and I tration must keep accurate and 2 DROPS
upon complete accounts for
buses fenced $20 every
yard. per month pays all Call Alexis
all the
thee from
week. Can $100 down balance gather nations worker, Mr. Ulonston said.
buy Ben-Kori, Realtor, 714 NW 62nd
I whither the Lord
like rent. NE 5-55CG. Nites 759-5533. Days 7513131. I thy Payments made at retirement, NOT 8AS
God hath scattered; thee. disability, or death are basedon

EXCEPTIONALLY beautiful 2- On the TV program, Premier these earnings records, he
bedroom air eotiditioned! apart- PRICE DROPPED $1,000. Modern Ben-Gurion, speaking of Israel's said. SWEET AS
CBS. Tile roof, two
duplex
problem of integration,: said; that
ment. Located in finest neigh- bedroom each side. Select Co It is important that worker'ssocial
the older people would never 1 TEASPOON
borhood. Adults only. To see conut Grove area. Rent from integrate, but that the younger security account bo in
call the owner, 634-6333. one apartment covers mortgage who his correct name. Women who
groups arc, growing! up together OF SUGAR!
BEAUTIFUL furnished room. }payments.:: Good buy for some- would solve the prob have changed their names since
Private entrance, private bath, one with $1,500 cash for down lem.I their social security cards were
wall to wall carpet, large clo- payment. For more information feel that total Integrationhere issued should' change their
set with two windows. For nice please phone HI 6-0656. will basically work In the name on their social security
person only. 1855 NW G9th St. same manner, for as the older, I records The social security district SWEETASQUIBB

!3-BtDROOM; CBS, carporte, set, minds die off the problemswill office at Miami North can
FURNISHED APT. Free lights porch. $9,000 total price. $300 resolve itself peacefully. supply the proper form for a
and water. Phone 635-0089.. total down. $73 month. See 1853: However, positive action, force change of name.
18G8 NW 55th Terr. ,''NW 47th St. Owner WI 5- 880. fully taken by the NAACP and} CONCENTRATED
Rev Mnrtln Luther King must
2-tJEDROOM, private home. SEE 4115 NW 11th place. Gorgeous continue in order to dislodge{ CHILD CARE NO-CALORIE
Completely furnished, In quiet 3-bedroom home, move the biased thinking of segrega-
I keep l/abies and small child. SWEETENERSold
residential area. For additional tionists and to speed the (
right In, no waiting, no qualifying up
in
ren my home. Phone G33-2770
information apply at 1867 NW Owner WI 5-I880.) processes of justice
58th St. Even as I see IHL/le/ prophecy
being fulfilled in Israel this in Coconut Grove
NW 48th St. Brand new
1812
ROOh HOUSE. 3011% NW 3-bedroom 2 'bath with Fla. very day, I also sec God work- TV SICK?
SOth St. Phone NE 58976. in. Ing His great Plan here in -ATTropical -
room. $500 down, move right
America and expect it will
Iluv-
ft repaired on credit If
WI 59886.
$18 PER WEEK. 6 room un- _Owner soon make us ns one os He Is ion l/vc/ in JJhorfy City or Pharmacy

furnished house, free gas and $18 PER WEE!{. 6-room unfur- doing with Ills children in HrcnvnstllJf. Vay "'(0('Idj'. FwDML
water, refrigerator and stov'e.G13 nished house, free gas and Israel. "IoiUmafc'/ 3206 Grand Avenue
( NW 24th Ave. water refrigerator and stove. (IIfJ.3\R: I Junl

0013 NW 24th Ave. 2IKMI: N.w. SHARE MY HOUSE. Just like A ..
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your home. Reasonable. NA NO QUALIFYING 3-bed-

"1-8190 after 4 p.m. rooms, appliances, nice street in TURNER'S KINDERGARTEN
Manor Park. $9,000 with $150
STORE. Good for any business. down. Life Realty. 4932 NW
7168 NAV. 16th AvnueIs
2239 NW 62nd St. near market. 7th Ave. PL 94371.
Phone WI 71228.
for the session And is also
LOVELY CBS Big Florida ';'t now registering summer

CORNER HOUSE.. Two bed- room, tile roof, awnings; houseis
first thru sixth Certified teachers
rooms with sun porch. Large Immaculate. The nicest one r'. teaching grade.
Either on the block. $.100 down and
Utility room. one maybe
used) as spare bedroom. Hot $83 month. Life Realty, 4932 and instructora. Hot lunch and pick up service
1401 NW 7th Ave. PL 0-4371. Open '
furnished.
w\V VaUer 58th, kitchen Terr.,$22.50 per week. Sunday and evenings. Call OX 1-2265 Rev. O. E. Turner

OX 02392.
NO QUALIFYING. 2-bedroom jun8

FURNISHED 2-bedroom house, CBS, garage. $400 down. Nice Your BMA man,

living room, dining room. Fla. terms, good financing. Life
room, kitchen with frlgidairemd Realty, 4932 NW 7th Ave.. PL life
friend for
stove, plus carport, 6500 1-4371. Open Sundays and even- a MANSION FOR SALE
NW 8th Ave.

- ings.NO .and health 5 bedrooms 100 x 100 ft. lot
:SEVEN ROOM house In Liber- QUALIFYING Lover

ly City. Call PL 4-6408., Florida room, 2-car
1253 NW 43rd Street
ly fenced In heart of Manor Horeb the man who can

STORE suitable for office, bar- Park. $500 down and $85 month hair you bow to make your
ber shop, or any type of busi- Life Realty, 4932 NW 7th ave. Insurance dollar provide the Largest master bedroom in town. Must see this

ness, across from school, park PL 94371. Open Sundays. utmost value in Lift and estate to appreciate it. Reduced to $20,000, terms
ing. 727 NW 16th St. ''upstairs. Health Insurance protection,
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Stephens Manor. Garage, tile ...retirement Income 5.9886
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NICE nice yard. $100 Owner
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week, Including kitchen privl- rlown and $68 a month. Life ...educational plans

leges. 157 NW 16th St. upstairs. Realty, 4932 NW 7th ave. PL ...disability Incomehospltalizatlon

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bungalow
All Duplex ..home ownership BEDROOMS 2 BATHS CBS
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::JW 46th St. For further infor- apartments have 2-bedrooms andre Can today for a free ratvlyof be used 2-bedroom
all. Can as ,
cash $103
oration call OX 13523. fully furnished. Lot Is I extra personal insurance $600 para
large: and runs right Into Manor DHCJ&your, '1 bath plus efficiency, plus guest house and live absolutely

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l tore or call 7593842.
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WANTED heat appliances $300 down and _

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HAPPENINGS IN OUR SCHOOLS PAGE 14 SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1963


VWVWiMays >1"--" .. in
BTW Grad Outstanding


Students Win Scientists AwardsRecently Music at Florida A&M I

the principal of of the 8th grade; Silver plaques Carol is the daughter of Dr.
Mays Senior High School were won Hawk Leonardand and Mrs. Howard Hadley of Herbert Rhodes' musical abUt| courses as well as in music
James Simmons, was notifiedthat John of the 10th Richmond Heights. Ginger is ties were discovered while
five students were recipi- grade, and an honorable men- the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. pursuing his high school edUcation "With gratitude for sending who is
ents of Ford-Future Scientistsof tion was won by Columbus Elihue Given also residents of under the efficient:! leadership us this fine young commendable man
America Awards, sponsoredby Brown of the 10th grade. Dor- Richmond Heights.J. of band director 1' doing extremely
Ford Motor Company and sett and Hepburn were spon- thy O. Savage, before graduatIng work, I amVery
conducted as a part of the National sored by Mrs. Bettye Carey from BTW High in 1961. truly yours,
Teachers Association's Williams, Leonard, Hawk and W. Johnson Holds While matriculating at Florida Thomas E. Lyle
Youth Activities Program. Brown were sponsored by Miss A&M University, his parents, Instructor of Clarinet"He
Aletha Hall. These students Awards Mr. and Mrs. Ferris L. RhodesSr.
These students were selectedfor competed with their peers from DayJ. ., received the following letter is a junior at Florida A
recognition on the basis of Florida Georgia, South Carolina of praise: and M University, a member of
written reports concerning the Alabama and the Panama W. Johnson school held Its the Marching 100 and Symphonic
investigation of a science prob Canal. annual Awards Day program Dear Mr. and Mrs. Rhodes, Band, the Lampodas Pledge
lem. Over 6100 project reports Thursday morning in the cafe "I am very happy to write Club of Omega Psi Phi Fratern-
were entered In this year's con. The school will receive a certificate teria of the school. Many parents you commending your son,
test. ,4 in honor of the stu- and friends were present. lerttert on the outstanding
dent's recognition. The awards Each grade participated on the work he is doing in clarinet.
An honorable mention award will be presented In a special program.Miss .
was won by Earlene Dorsett of Award Ceremony May 21 In Gloria Humes, the libr "We must admit that his pro- i
the 8th grade; a $25 War Bond the auditorium. arian presented certificates of gress has been unquestionably
was won by Sharon Hepburn I award to the outstanding spel beyond comparison with any
RECEIVE RECOGNITION ler In each grade. Miss Humes other student's this school year.
Ginger Givens and Carol Har- also presented awards to stu- "We are also happy to com-
9th graders dents who did outstanding library -
Dunbar Color Day ry were very mend his fine attitude
as a
proud recipients of congratulatory work (reading.) his
gentleman throughout entire -
letters from Governor
Observer! Farris Brylant and State Superintendent Certificates of award were I stay here.
Thomas Ginger presented to students outstand- "We are encouraging him to
Bailey. IH** IM wtV f tress vvslllg ... \- do equally as well in his other
Dunbar Color Day was observed ana Carol were chosen as ill the pu.yscal:: ; fc "/
the outstanding ninth graders gram. Geraldine Scroggins received
last Friday. An all-school -1
award for the
in the state during Academic an
assembly including the Dunbar Achievement Week. standing young citizen in the nold teacher of the fourth.
Day Nursery, met on the phy- community. She was chosen on The PTA held Its final meet
sical education grounds for a The Governor proclaimed the the basis of citizenship in the ing on Wednesday. A good representation
program In which each grade week of May 27 as a time for home, the church and the of members: and
level participated. The entire honoring students who had school. Many citizens of the friends were present.
Dunhar Family attested to Its scored at the 87th percentile or community wrote letters in her Steve Marshall presided over
loyalty by wearing proudly l the above on the State-wide Scholastic behalf. This award Is presented the meeting. Mrs. Virginia Col
pastel blue and yellow colorsin Aptitude Tests.Brownsville annually by the Hialeah-Miami lins was elected first vice presi-
attire and ribbons. Facultyand Springs Women Club. dent, Mrs. Ruby ReddIck, second

tied with staff blue wore ribbons.A yellow. flowers Other outstanding awards Bowens y can u_ Mrs. Arabella F L_ __ ...._ __
PTA to were presented to students of was elected recording I.Ity ana Kappa Kappa Pat Fraternity -
the third and fourth grades. secretary. After the business ana an active memberof
special note
fare-
was a
Have
Mock White meeting a buffet luncheon of
Church
well song, lyrics composed by These awards were presentedby was St. John Baptist
three girls from Mrs. Littles House TeaThe Miss Julia St. John, chair- served.the Henry Raiford, directorof [which Rev, Thedford Johnsonis
morning section Yvette Mc- man of the DAR, John McDon- Seminola recreation center In minister.His .
Kinney, Catherine Montgomeryand Brownsville High ald Chapter. The DAR sponsors to the made brief remarks mother is a teacher at
body concerning
Stella Rutledge. Using the School PTA the Junior American CItizens"clubs the
will observe its an- program and its value ,the Phyllis Wheatley Elemen-
tune "Danny Boy", the sixth nual PTA Tea on May 26 at 4 In Dade County Elemen- community.The to the .tary School and his father
grade chorus, directed by Mr. p.m., according to Mrs. GeorgiaLee tary schools. owns and operates a Barber
Berrien gave special meaningo Jones committee chairman. The third grade students J. W. J. school will be Shop at 321 NW 16th St. Theyare
the words. Of course, our All White House dignitarieswill placed third In the state and one of the many elementary also the parents of FerrisL.
fine uniformed Drum Corps be represented by local third In the national poster schools In the county partici- Rhodes Jr., who is a seniorat
'rained by Mr. FInley and our people of the community. Presi contests. The theme for the pating in the Reading program FAMU and Edwin who will
uniformed Patrol sponsored by dent and Mrs. Kennedy Vice year was "Footprints on The this summer. Parents are urged be a senior at Booker T. Wan-
Mr. Kirns were solemn as they President and Mrs. Lyndon B. Sands of Time.* to cooperate with this effort. ington this ensuing year.
presented and retired our na- Johnson and other dignitaries J. W. Johnson also placed Arabella Bowens, a student of
tion's colors. will be represented. high in the state and national the sixth grade place: as one
I Ninth graders will be especial. contests last year. Mrs. Elnora of the winners in the Slogan
Camera shutters clicked following ly honored during the program. Dean is teacher of the third contest, sponsored by the City NAACP MembershipDrive
the close of the pro- The public is cordially invited. grade and Mrs. Carrie L. Ar. of Hialeah Recreation Depart- !
gram as Principal Adams is now on
ulty and pupils took pictures, fac of ........................................................ ........................- .................... ..... ..... - - ..... ment.
special groups, classes and In-
dividuals. Mrs. Frances Jolll-
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:.1, BTW School News Carver ParticipatesIn THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA.
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I SATURDAY MAY 25 1963 PAGE 10
\ Approximately 80 Girl Sen- Arts Show ,
-- -------
ate members Journeyed to Vir-
ginia Beach Saturday, May 18 By Manrn Scott
where they enjoyed a day of Carver's participation in the Centennial, Youth Featured J$
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\ sunshine, beach water and sand. Industrial Arts Show held at 'j'
qY Reigning over the 1963 Jun Blscayne Kennel Club brought
at 27th Frontiers MeetA :1
I ior-Senior Prom as Prom Queen Merit Awards to Robert John- :
was charming Cassandra Tay- son, Parnell Trahan, and Isaiah
f lor, a member of the 12.2 home- Brock, who received ribbons. seminar on youth, which is tlon changed its conventiondate
expected to feature several Internationally from July to August in l'
room. During the night, May Leroy Butler, a right fielderfor
17 Her Highness displayed a the Hornets baseball team,. : prominent figures order that members can also ,
friendly smile and radiated her will highlight the 27th Frontiers visit the Century of Negro Progress I
set a county record by accumulating -
,wtr .nr. warm personality to International, Inc., con- Exposition at nearby Mo ;
P everyone. a batting average of .619."Advertising's '
Sixth grade pupils visited BTW Relation to a vention set for Chicago's Shera- Cormick Place."Where 'i

May 15 where they attended an Healthy Economy," proved to 20 ton-Blackstone. 23.The Hotel August we are going with t
orientation program. They were be a rewarding topic for Mar- convention will also fea- youth and what we are doing
entertained by the Junior High va Scott, Mona Bethel, and for them," declared International -
series of at the I
ture displays 11
School Band, and Junior Choral Carol Davis who won 1st 2nd a the 100th anniversary Frontiers President ,
hotel marking -
Society. They received remarks and 3rd places respectively in James F. King of Newark, N.J.
of the signing of the
from the principal, Anthony E. the annual Advertising Essay Emancipation Proclamation. "will undoubtedly be the great- :I
Gardiner, Mrs. W. H. Jamisonand Contest. Checks and certificates the est challenge of the convention i
Oscar Edwards and Significantly, organlza- ." Under the
Mrs. were presented by Stan theme, "Prep
:Mayme E. Williams. Refresh- Bodner of the Ad Club and aration for Life in a New Cen ,f
ments were given to the 6th Collection Agency' which do- School Grads tury," the convention will, in ,
EARL ALLEN IS graders after the program. Charles Llckhart of Bonded High ''effect, deal I with "what has

Junior Art Club has U e e n nated the pecuniary awardsfor Need S S NumberYour been accomplished by Frontiers
formed at BTW. It will consistof Carver High School. Alvin International through the years
BTW ALUMNI 7th and 8th graders. Draw- Mattison and Perkin Burney social security office nnd what's ahead for us". King
ing sculpturing and other art received honorable mention has good advIce for high school paid.
DAY SPEAKERIt projects will be done in this certificates. graduates and for students r
,, club. L. R. Blake will supervise "Erudite" is this week's pass- seeking summer employment.
the club.Congratulations. word on Carver's campus. Stu- With summer approaching It P
is reunion time at BTW dents feel that if such were theca is a good idea to apply for your

High School for the classes of Taylor, Eugene Finley go to, Frank.Ie Glenn. e, there would be no need social security number now, so
1933, 1943 and 1953. All classes Martin and Marilyn Lewis for exam worries. you will have It when you start A l
looking for that Job. One of the
have planned activities for the for their achievement in Indus-
first things your boss! will ask N
week beginning June 2-June 7. trial Arts. These students were tesy League will present its is to see your social security
The Alumni Association, as recognized for' their achieve flail: in the cafeteria Friday at card. He will need that number
usual, is looking forward to the ments In Industrial Arts during 8 p.m. so that he can report your SERVICE
the annual Industrial
Arts Exhibit
The Newspaper Staff is spon- earnings to your social security
annual Alumni Day and the Reunion this year at Biscayne Ken soring a "real cool" dance in account. William Pinder, Sr.
Ball, which are expectedto nel Club. May 25. This dance is The application for n social
be the, greatest of all. Students from the art depart promised to be one of the best security account number can bo Professional Piano Tuner

Alumni Day is scheduled: for ment visited the Miami' Mu- ever to be held. The price is Obtained from your local social And Repairer
June 4 2 in theschool's seum of Modern Art, Tuesday only 35 cents and everythingwill security office or post office 1935 N.W. 153rd St.
Tuesday,auditorium., p.m.Immediately . May 21. The field trip seemedto be rca-1-1 nice. So come out Bo smart and apply for Opa-locka
the will have delighted everyone. to the greatest dance in the your social security number
following Phone MU
program 8-3770
be the annual party at the Harlem Tho sophomore Girls Cour- land Saturday at 8 p.m. now.

Square. < -

The class of 1953, celebratingits
first reunion has chosen as
speaker, Earl Allen, valedictorian
of the 1953 class. Earl is
the son of Mrs. Ruth Law. lie
attended Florida A&M Univer FREEGIFTS !

sity where he received the A.
B. degree in 1058. lIe Is a mem-
ber of Holy Redeemer Catholic

Church, and Alpha Phi Al- fOR NEW SAVINGS ACCOUNTSOF
pha fraternity. Earl served as
Lt. In the Army Medical Corps
for four years where he traveled -

to Europe, Mexico and muchof ...
the U. S. He Is married to $100 OR MORE
the former Barbara Howell and
is presently a member of the .. .
faculty at Brownsville Junior
High School.
r.i..r
Representing the class of
1943 will be Willie Murray,
also a graduate of Florida
A&M University, with a mas- ; CORY VACUUM

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Square. All graduates and
friends are invited to attendall
activities planned for Re-
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. I First Negro at U of F Now in Investments in TexasDALLAS II

r PAGE 16 SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1963 .
Texas Openingof one of the best known Invest- at the latter institution), and
"George H. Starke, Invest- ment counselling firms, now a the New York Institute of FInance -

ments," believed to be the first part of Dun and Bradstreet.He respectively.

RE55 Negro owned and operated firmto was the first Negro serving. He decided to organize h i sown !
1 A engage exclusively in offer- in his graduate capacity of Palmer with) Moody's.A Memorial firm, he said, because he
Ing a comprehensive range of believes "it can effectively filla
r Institute, he holds an A. B. ,
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investment facilities and ser- demonstrated wide-spread
administration from
in business
vices on a national basis, was Morehouse College and did advanced need by extending such facUlties -
announced here this week. to Increasing segments of
ill
study in economics, law
I RCHIE which becoming
the population, are -
and finance at Atlanta Univer-
Geared to meet the "invest- and more invest-
FINDER OX ment requirmnts of both individual sity, the University of Florida more
accord (being th first Negro student ment consCiousl'Miamian
and institutions,
ing to the founder-owner, Geo. I .h . ._
IT MATTERS very little to Hon. Dante B. Fascell) . H. Starke, the company:: will

what most the turf outcome fans of in Gufstream this area ,I Senior Monday Class evening three-act Northwestern comedyby placements handle underwriting, distribution, private of and I Is Fels Scholar atl U.) of Pa. II
in listed and unlisted
dealing
"Class Ring"will
exchanging meeting dates with Anne start Martens the class of '63 on stocks, mutual funds corporate Lincoln University, Pa.-Sylvester all expense paid fellowship at
Park. I for
the favorite HIaleah I their out-of-school activities bonds and municipals, bonds of Murray, a 1959 graduateof Colgate< University' and acceptances -
one, am all for the change. it Federal agencies, collateral Northwestern High Schoolin at Syracuse Universityand
the . Over at North Dade was
think It will prolong season.to "The Night of January 16th" paper and realty mortgages. Miami, Fla., has been selected Howard University's Law
Most folks are accustomed for seniors there. Not bad. as a Fels Scholar at the University School, to accept the offer at
saying that season goes with Mr. Starke has been engaged of Pennsylvania for the I the University of Pennsylvania.
racing this side of Dixie, so ---PB in the field of Investmentsand 1963-64 school i.
why shouldn't the change extend IS BETTY L. JOHNSON and finance for several years. year. The honor
carries
with it
the season? Willie Coffee planning a June He has peen connected with a $2,500 scholarship Anniversary
.--PB wedding ? ? ? And Edith Shaw two member firms of the New for study towards a master :
and Reulfcn Turner are plan York Stock Exchange and also s degree in governmentaladministration II ProgramThe
WELL DOG RACING fans ning a July merger . Lola served for a time as adminis- Pink Carnation Circle requests -
can get set for the opening of Johnson goes for the Sam trative assistant to the president Mr. Murray has excelled as a'' the honor of your presence
fabulous Flagler Dog Track. Early's "Come on Y'all." His of another concern. More history major'at Lincoln and I at their second anniversary -.
This popular mid-city grey- every touch of the organ seems I recently, he was associated with he is presently president of the program and King and
hound racing beauty: was the to be just her kicks. Moody's Investors Service, Inc. Student Government and Mu II Queen Contest. Mrs. Liuie M.
first its doors to Ne- I
to open Chapter, Alpha Phi Alpha Fra- Doles, guest speaker, on May
Since then mutual
every ternity. Mr.
groes. Murray, who will Mt. Zion Baptist
26, 3:30:
p.m.
window In other dog tracks
$2 has bettor.made Some adjustments windows for are the no Church of lOp en Door Takes graduate, in June cum, Jaude turned from down Lincoln an-1 1i Church Miller, ,president.301 NW 9th St. C. C...

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more than Just a little hole in
the wall. All horse tracks have Lead in NAACP Driveported

wagerers.opened their So why entire shouldn't facilities the to Buy a Home; Today!
The Church of the Open Door a sizeable contributionto
dog tracks follow suit? SEE FORD REAL ESTATE SPECIALS 1
rHERBERT has brought in the largest mem the Freedom Fund.
bership report of any churchIn Some of the other churches We have 'the home to fit your pocket book
and wife Myrtlce Miami during the present presently working are St. Paul
Murry celebrated their 14th drive, stated Rev. I. C. Micklns, AME, Rev. T. C. Kelley Jr., 1-2959 N.W. 57th Street. 3 bedrooms. Newly
anniversary at King 0' Hearts church chairman and division pastor, Martin Memorial AME, p in ted. $300 down.
Wednesday evening. Congrats leader in the membership drive. Rev. J. D. Dukes, pastor; Bethany -
2-5729 Avenue Real clean in And out
N.W. 31
Leaders Seventh Day Adventist, it -
. . Shirley Cole a King 0' of the drive for the '
Hearts regular at this enter- church is Dr. Almond C. Ed- Mrs. Bart/ara Glenn is cam- $300 down
tainment spot . Richmond wards. paign worker. 3-3154 N.W. 67th Street.'Terrific for small family
Heights Pioneer Civic and Social Other top workers In the Rev. Mickins reported that a $300 down
Club's fifth anniversary campaign who have reported, number of churches had reported 4-3079 N.W. 55th Street $49 down
dance at Clyde Klllens' Knight 25 or more memberships ,are to him that they were
Beat Wed., May 29 . Minnie Mrs. Bernice Hunt, Ishmell participating in the drive and 3-bedhroom, 2 bath CBS home. Large room.
Hughes a petite brown skin I Howell and Elder Perry Rob that a full report would be 2 years old.'
can be remembered from her erts. Mrs. Hunt represents the made of further church activity 5-17th, Ave. and N.W. 50th Street. $250 down
last outing at the 7th Ave. Opa-locka division while the later. 2-bedroom home. Rent with option to buy
jump spot. latter work from the Miami di
-PB vision. FOR RENT $22 week.
Mrs Marion Muldrow, Mrs 6-728 N.W. 61st Street-4-bedlroom! CBS $500
Postal TIm Employees NATIONAL and Alliance Auxiliary of Alice Barr and Mrs. Mary T. Hallandale, nice 3-bedroom, down. Large living room with fireplace. Large

has headquarters at the Hamp Colden the Greater have teamed Bethel up to bring 2 baths. Best section. $15 separate dining room. Large kitchen with break.
ton House during their parley AMR fast nook. Large lot.
Church Into the fore
front of
here. A banquet and dance Is the drive. Also reporting from per week or sell. Call Holly 7-1764 N.'W. 64th Street $260 down

27th slated Ave.for Memorial scene day. at North the ford the churches Johnson was Rev. Thed- wood, WA 34885. 3-bedroom home. Move right in. $22 week.
pastor of St.
Dade Thespian Society's annual John's Baptist Church who re- Jl DUPLEX SPECIALS!
recognition banquet is
Friday
May 24 at NDH cafeteria. We have many duplexes and 3-unit buildings
---PB Good income properties-Live rent free

TIlE GAMMA: ALPHA chap 1-1483.1485 NW 53rd St. $400 down

ter's tribute to Charles North JET TV CLINICHOME 1.bedroom, Florida room, furnished. Call Mil
the 3rd Ave. Travel Bureau Lee.
bigwig, paid off with a letter
of congratulations from the : 2-1737; NW 47th Terr. 2-bedroom duplex. $995
House of Representatives (the I SERVICE CALLS $1.00 down.

;Day or Night
Lucky Loadstone And 780 NW 55th Street
We ,Service All Makes ofHIFI'a
Mystic Ja'de 1-bedroom apartments. No children. $15 week
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many to bring wealth, health ,Also Rent'
and favor the desires. Load-
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money and love. Both stoneson

and a$3.95 state key plus tax.chain Loadstone 49c sent for postpaidfor federal alone 907 N.W. 2nd AVENUEPhone Ford Realty, Inc.

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