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Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: June 1, 1963
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40th YEAR, No. 40 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1963 10 PAGES,.- 10 CENTS ,;




Four Injured In Drag U.S. Supreme Court Orders Speed I



Race Accident Up of School Desegregation ,':: ;


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Speeding away from police Willie Belle Witt 19 of 3065 Many Southern communitiesare elimination of racial barriers." segregating its recreational facilities
at 70 miles per hour, four men NW 55th St., had head arm and moving too slowly in desegregating The court gave its cutting re "promptly."
were injured early Thursday leg Injuries, and Joe Lewis their schools nine minder in a decision refusing to I
morning,. when their drag- Burmrt,'25, of 3000 NW 44th St. years after being ordered to do to allow the city of Memphis to The court also upheld the legality 1 Ii 1
racing: car rammed into a fence had. minor cuts, so the U.S. Supreme Court Impatiently desegregate its parks libraries 'of President Kennedy'saction ':
and slid Into a gully near NW : said Monday. and museums on a piecemealbasis in ordering federal'
7th Ave. and the East-West The Impact carried part of under the' "all-deliberate- troops to Alabama May 12 Incase
Expressway. the fence with the car as it Justice Arthur J. Goldberg speed' doctrine. of further racial disorderin
slid down the concrete sidingof speaking for a unanimous court Birmingham. It rejected the
Taken to Jackson Hospital Ins the highway at 430: a.m. said that when the court allowed The case was sent back to suit by Gov. George Wallace of
were the driver Woody was charged by Miami ; "all deliberate speed" for the Sixth Circuit Court of Ap Alabama which challenged the
Willie Lee Woody, 24, of accident Investigator, B. F. integrating schools it did not peals with orders that Mem- President's authority for such
5790 NW 31st Ave. Who suffered Sullivan with careless driving, mean "indefinite delay In phis be instructed to begin de- action.
internal Injuries and Thea. causing an accident.
Bradley 21, of 6036 NW 21st I'' Police said he is listed as
Ave., who suffered a spinal Injury wanted on a similar charge,,In -
I 1962. Students Demonstrate In: ',. I


Postal Workers ConveneAt (Tallahassee and Daytona I


I I In a demonstration against restrain the whites. No arrasta

Hampton House MotelThe segregation in Tallahassee, 400 were ,made.

Negro students sang chantedand At Daytonn Beach, 14 white

National Alliance of Pos- National President Ashby O. clapped Monday night in and Negro college students tried'to
tal Employees and Women's Smith gave the response, and the business district as 600 break the color line in a
Auxiliary are hosting the 16th John L. Fryar local president, whites watched them. theater and a restaurant. TIckets
Biennial Convention, District 3 gave the closing remarks. The were refused tho group at
at the Hampton House Motel invocation was offered by the The protest was the ninth In the theater nnd during a res-
May 29, 30 31. Rev. Father Theodore R. GIb- nine days and was part of taurant sit-In all members of
The distinguished guest will son, president of the Miami CORE'S vow to continue until the group were arrested on
be the national president, Ash branch of the NAACP and segregation ends. The color bar charges of trespassing.

by G. Smith of Washington the Rev. Edward T. Graham at lunch counters almost .. ... ..
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DC. pastor of Mt. Zion Baptist throughout the city was broken -
L. C. Moman president of Church gave the benediction. by sit-in earlier.

District Three, Mrs Mozelle _..... __ ',.__ "," .___ _.... uIRS.
Harper Little, Atlanta Ga., As the Negroes marched *_ 1
president of District Three Wo quietly to return to Florida: ql

men's Auxiliary and many oth r I A&M University violence,, flare
I Jeering"
er out-of-town ,ancj local guests r ed briefly. white
and delegates are in attendance Scevia B. Adams was cited at youths, shirt-tails 'out, shouted
Insulting remarks and some of
the annual Awards Night
rj"4 program
the Negroes attempted to retaliate -
;. at Tuskegee Institute as ??
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the kindest and most courteous "j''
girl on the campus. Her award About a dozen police wereon p .
} kii": was the coveted Birdie Thompson the scene waving billies to
prize. Miss Adams had also
served as an attendant to the
1063 Miss Tuskegce. on the 'member Southeastern
a
SA 'CrIIO : Regional: Executive Board of
_ _
Offices she will hold duringthe r.
Student YWCA's for the coming ; / "Rl l
coming school year Include:
President of Gamma Tau Chapter year.
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Miss Adams is the older of
A f' ; secretary-treasurer, Tus. the two children of Mrs. Naomi
+ kegee Chapter of the National Adams, lan -tlme member of
Honor Society Alpha KappaMu the G. W. Carver High School
and secretary of the senior faculty; her father is ,Nelson L.
.class.' This quiet unassuming Adams, principal Dunbar Elementary The members of the Alumni

, . .. young woman, former presidentof School. Mrs. Scelva Association and student body of /
the l
----' -- -- ------- -'-' - YWCA will Allen Miami residentis
I campus \ pioneer ,
School is to
Mays High
:\ MOZELLB If. LITTLE,,serve as Membership Chairman her grandmother. announce that the 1063 happy Alumni I

Scholarship Award worth $150
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was awarded to Miss Sarah

v/Y r rA ,14 Miamians iraduate From Bethune I Deal who is a senior at Mays.

Sarah has maintained a scho
ASIIHV G. SMITH Fourteen Miamians were r lastic average of 3.5. She has Intentions
among the 112 graduating sen 4J" of going to college and
.
Remarks made at the j" iGuI
were in
mathematics.
major J lor
lore at Bethune Cookman College's ( r

opening session by the con- J i
I i J .,. purpose for wanting to teach
50th annual Commencement .
vention president Edward Hanna ,._ 11 ; 1 '" mathematics Is to bo able to
and the welcome addresswas Exercises Monday morning -'' ,, r. ..... / .,
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in the college gymnasium. ( ......ill. C ." help boys and girls in the world
given by Sepia Mayor '.. :;'.. \ .. live efficiently.
Charles! Hadley. Telling (students they should ,:;,
The lIon. c., Banks Gladden 'I, ... .. 'J ,, Some of her extracurricular
seek unfamiliar environments f !
'1! ( activities Include the Science
It
regional director was the ban- f
quet speaker Thursday night. because these produce ingenuity ; f'" : I Wh Club, National Honor Society. ...'
and knowledge, Dr. James .
: ''r' Science Team, Mice Mays High
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S. Thomas delivered a challenging 0[ attendant of 1063, Tomorrow's !
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L.-4- address to the large ,audi Scientist and Technicians and

t ence. I ,... Y-Teens. Sarah has participatedIn
Dr. Thomas is associate director I the ,Science Fair, The Reg
F d .4, yl b of the board of education. of ional Science Fair held at Din-
? ,- the Methodist Church. ner' Key Auditorium, and the
State Science Fair at Florida
:+, 3 He stressed that the greatest A&M University,
adventures are those involving
active reUgion.1I0S0RARV .
DEGREES Charlotte, N.C. ']
awarded to Mrs. Lucille Rob ni Ass'n.DETIIUNECOOKMAX. jIo
ye 'E jra CONFERRED arts Schuler, Mrs. Mae Garris, GRADS Integrates
Honorary degrees *Were conferred Mrs. Ruby E. Pruden Mrs. C. First row: Albertha Steward,
B. Nelson Daniels Louis M. Barbara Bain Chinn, Willie Mae
4 on Dr. James S. Thomas, Negroes and Whlto<< persons
,. Doctor of Laws, Bishop James Kottle and Rev. Benjamin A. Stevenson, Janie Mae Jackson, lunched together Wednesday in
Anderson. George Wallace. public dining rooms of five
Walton Henley, Resident Bishop About 200 alumni attendedthe Second row: Almeanue Pratt leading Char oUe. N.C. hotels
,
t ,Florida and Cuba Confer- wekend reunion for all Be- Mary Nell Horton, Bessie Mae and motels for the first time.
ences of the Methodist Church, thune-Cookman classes gradu- Brown,. Dr. John R. Cunningham chair-
Jacksonville, doctor of laws; ; ating in years ending in the Third row: Delores Ding Wash man of a biracIal committee i
and Rev. Jack Alexander Da. nurmer three. ington, Bernard Carlton Portler, named by Mayor, Stan Brook-
vis, executive secretary Florida John S. F r i Ink, Insurance Richard Loftus Thompson, Celestine shire, said eight hotels and motels '
Council of Churches Jack- counselor for the Atlanta '
Life Garrett. Not shown are are beginning a program
sonville, doctor of divinity. Insurance Co., was re-elected Yvonne Twlggi Kenner and Patricia of opening' their Bleeping ac- *
L. C. MOMAN I Special citations were president of the National Alum- Anne Henderson. commodatlons to both races.EMPOIA .





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9 THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. Knights of Pythias Friendship Garden DecathlonsThe

!PAGE SATURDAY JUNE 1, 1963 Decathlons
And CalantheAhmed Soclo-Clvic
I Club EvergladesPark Club wishes to announce its

Temple No. 2 Vot. officers and members for the
ChatterThat Matters-- Charles ET. Blakley, mogul, will Tour coming year of 1003. J. Mackey,
-:- meet Sunday, June 2; Orange president; E. Bain, vice: J. Carr,
Blossom Lodge No. 10, Sir Willie Saturday May 25 the FriendshIp recording; E. Campbell, flnan
- - C. Moore, chancellor meets Garden and Civic Club cial secretary; A Ervltt treasurer

HUBERT G ILL ,of music, dance, speech and June 1; Royal Palm Lodge No. I members and friends boardedan ; E. Stirrup, business manager
MRS. entertained her recent -' drama. This worthwhile program 81, Sir Abram, Grace Jr., chancellor air conditioned bus for a ; J. Simmons, pUblifc relations
(Mamie) Mrs. Annie has been an incentive for will meet June 3; Faithof memorable tour of the Everglades ; B. Harris, chaplain; J,
houseguests, Good- our students and is comparableto Hope Lodge No. 32, Sir National Park Truesdale, Bgt-at-arm&
Ruth Hill and Mrs. Ruby
Arthur A. Bowens, chancellor Members: It. Brayttdn U
the Miami Herald's Silver
rum of Atlanta with a garden Knight Award will meet June 4; Lily of Valley It began with an Interesting Jackson, & Wright, E. RUtkThe
the eveningwere program.
party. Hostesses for _ _ _ Juvenile Court No. 68, Miss trip through downtown Miami
Arie Gary, Alice Taylor, Joyce Sanders, matron, will and the southwest section. The club members are now
Dorothy Osborne and Helen EMMA RODHIQUEZ SUl\I1 meet June 5: Gleam of Hope general consensus Of the group busy making plans for d cruiseto
Carr. Corine Anton registered MERSETT is all smiles becauseher Lodge No. 18 Sir Walter L. is that the day was entertain\ Blminl for two. See ahy member
guests. Mrs. Hill is manager of son, Reginald is on fur- Belle, chancellor, will meet ing, educational ahd informa for adltlonal Ihformatlbn.
the Atlanta Public flouting lough from his Air Force Post. June G; Rose Sharon Lodge No. tive. 'They saw and l learned
Authority and Mrs. Goodrum is We hear he is awaiting a Japan' 22, Sir Henry Smith, chancellor many little known facts In regards -
superintendent of Tenant Selection assignment. will meet Saturday, June 8. to this great expanse of Night bf Games
of the Atlanta Public _ _ _ ''pBIRTHDAY May 15, chancellor, counsel- nature wonderland. Surely all
Housing Authority. These viva- lor gave away ten prizes. First realized fully that "The ,heavens; On Saturday June 1 at 8
clous ladies reported a very Greetings and prize, Weekend on Miami declare the glory of God ahtl p.m., games will begin at the
enjoyable vacation in our city.INVITATIONS I best wishes to: Mr. and Mrs Beach, Willie Clark; second the firmament showeth His Northwest YWCA Center. If

_ _ _ III Alphe Willingham, William prize, a radio, H. L. Williams; handiwork." A beautiful scrap- you like whist, bridge, pinochleor
Mears, Hugh Robinson, Beatrice 3rd Mrs. Ada Alexander; 4th, book has been made of this occasion pokeno, come out and Join
are In the Miller Lynn and Linda Walter Green: 5th. Miss Thelma with many contributions the fellowship. Make a dateto
mail for the approaching marriage Williams, Karen Evans Gerald Anderson; 6th, B. Austin; 7th, from friends and members.The meet friends at the annual
your
of Marsha Johnson Dun- Williams, Damon Alvin Espy. Charles Martin; 8th, Mildred I president, Mrs. Iona Night of Games. -
bar school marm and Lt. Mon- Daniel; 9th, Avis Bethel, 10th, Dukes, wishes to thank all who
tez Martin Jr. Nuptials are set Audrey Lydon. made the tour such an enjoy-
for Sunday, June 23 at St. I' Sunshine 'Club NewsThe I! able and successful experience.were NoticeTo
:Mary's Church with a reception The 74th annual Session of
Immediately following at the Sunshine Club of Dade Grand Lodge Knights of Py-
bride's 51st street home. County Is still shining all thias and Courts of Calanthe of Sir E. J. Sheppard, grand all 32 degree Masons, you
I III Florida was held In the cityof are requested to be present the
around. The club met at the prelate; Sir George T. Cash,
home of Mr. and Mrs. James St. Petersburg May 19-22. grand Inner guard. second Sunday in June at 10
SIGMA\ GAMMA RIIO Soror. McCray, Sunday, May 19. Much Delegates to this session from a.m. Masonic Hall, Bradenton,
ity's theme for their recent unfinished business was disposed Dade County were Sir and Mrs. Other Grand Court officers for Council of Deliberation
'Guidance Clinic for Dade County of and plans were made George T. Cash, Sir Addle were Mrs. Mamie Strong, grand meeting together with the
high school seniors is for the future. We are askingall Miles, Mrs. Mallssla Harris, worthy counsellor; Mrs. Allen, Golden Circle of Florida. Pub
"Youth in a Changing World." our patrons and friends to Rev. E. J. Sheppard, Sr., Sir grand registrar of deeds; Mrs.H. lic program will begin at 2
The panel, of which Basileus get ready for our annual boat and Mrs. Walter L. Belle, Patricia Manning Efferson, grand receiver p.m. Expecting to see each con-
Sarah Cherry was moderator, ride. The date and time will. be Ann and Tony GG. Belle. of deposit; Mrs. Ealeen slstory member there and on
consisted of Hazel Bohannon, announced later. Grand Court officers elected Everette grand recorder of accounts -
Mays High counselor; James Come all you Lantana peopleget from Dade County were Mrs. ; Mrs. Amelia Cole, past time.
Whitehead, executive secretary, in touch with a Sunshiner Maggie S. Cash, grand worthy grand worthy counsellor Yours fraternally,
Grace inspectrix; Mrs. Malissia Harris All Grand Lodge officers remain
Urban League; Calloway, and let's try to do more and Fred Alexander 33 degree
Instructor at Brownsville Jr. greater things for those in and grand worthy orator. the same.
High; and Atty. Donald Jones.A out of the hospital. Irene Jef- Acting Grand Lodge officers Sir Don A. Belle, reporter Deputy of the State of Fla.

summary was ,given by Susan ferson, reporter.
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Williams, Bethune Elementary
librarian, and C. Sullivan Cul- SCHENLEY RESERVE BLENDED WHISKY,BB PROOF 65 J?GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS;IMPORTED 0.F.C.IS.8 PROOF;CHAMPION
Instructor BOURBON-B8 PROOF;SCHENLEY. GIN-90 PROOF;SCHENLEY -80 PROOF;0'1963 SCHENLEY DISTILLERS CO N Y C.
ver, Mays High con ., ..,, , : : ; : ..
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ducted the buzz session. This '
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(frr \
very informative panel discus- !
sion was followed by refresh- : 1'k
ments and dancing. Sorors .
Eunice Liberty and Verneka :1 '

Silva were co-chairmen. ailing.. Suaasei; i bcnemey1L
$ ;
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8. MEREDITH MOSELEY, "
principal of Dlllard High, Fort Cak tsX -V"N" ><..MXWA*
Lauderdale is receiving best ye%

wishes of his friends In the Miami i. I r
area on his retirementfrom
the public school system.Mr. .
Moseley was a former principal '
at Booker T. Washington \
High School. Your BMA man 4 i '

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HENRY YOUNG, second son a friend for life . I '
Doreen Reeves Young. will receive . .. ;
his bachelor's degree from .: .
Hampton Institute in Virginiaon ...and health r ;
Monday. \
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Hanb ,the who '
nan can : *..:. : .
THE LATEST Addition to the how TOO bow to make your \ A '
Melvin and Betty Fox family is inraimneo dollar provide the
utmost value in .
lif and
a son, born Monday. The other Health inrownoo protection
little Foxes are eagerly await- ,,-ndh,., .,' ,
ing their new brother in their
Opa-locka home. ...retlrement Income
_ _ _ III
...educational plans !

GET WELL WISHES to: Gloria ...disability income rff111Ifl
Braynon Robinson, Sylves. .hospUallzatton

ter Smith and Samuel Wilson, ..home ownership.
who have been 111 In Christian
Hospital. ...annuities ::

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Gall today for a free vurueyof
your personal insurance:
OUR '
SINCERE
Sympathy to ......
Mlllls Symonette on the deathof
her daughter Shirley. Fun- CARL W. RINALDI
eral services
were held Wed-
nesday at St. Agnes Church. SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE

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High. These
students who were identifiedby t_ Ai hn! q

the schools' guidance departments -'. I1 tE1
received awards In :> -

art, literature, math, science and S'i: ii -

creative writing. Other students JUt__ :uers All III.. L [ :
who received awards and who ee...Oty 41.Mln..t
participated on the program W
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I:' ; .- .)::, ', : THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA.
Kennedy Asked to Withhold F* \ ""', : ' '-' SATURDAY JUNE 1, 1963 PAGE 3' ,
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$350,000 From St. Augustine ,."!""'F< ... Protests Are An American I :

ST. AUGUSTINE The as January 1, 1963, Negro citi-
NAACP here called on PresI- zens were denied a parade per- Tradition. Whites Told i
dent Kennedy this week to mit for downtown streets."
,
withhold $350,000 In federal The NAACP has sought to - 'j
funds from this city's quadri- discuss race relations with local DALLAS If white peopleIn "Protest demonstrations against n
America were denied their civil wrongs were an American ij
centennial celebration until city officials, "but they have \
Jim Crow practices are altered. failed to meet with us or to appoint civil rights aa Negroes are de tradition long before Negroes \
t'I1atf1.
a biracial committee to nied theirs, the demonstrationswhich began to resort to thoso: ,
If this is impossible, the As- work toward progress. would occur would rock ods."
sociation's Washington Bureau I the nation and shock the world, -._...a..M .
urged that all federal supportbe Meanwhile, J. Francis Pohl- an NAACP official told mem- ..
withdrawn.This haus, counsel of the NAACP's bers of a white congregationhere. c i it
city's segregation practices Washington Bureau contacted .
were outlined by NAACP members of the Commission NAACP Southwest Regional : ).,
President Fannie F. Fullerwoodand asking that they "condition fur- I Secretary Clarence A. Laws
Secretary Eliza Hawthornein ther support of the quadricen- answered sharp criticism of the 't't'
their letter to the President. tennlal program on change of I Birmingham demonstrations by .
conditions in St. Augustine.7' stating that Negroes had a perfect
St. Augustine the nation'soldest
right to speak out, to as-
"still I
city, maintain seg Among Commission membersare semble and to petition their
regated public: facilities, public Henry Ford II, president of for a redress of
schools plus chain store lunch the Ford Motor Co., J. Peter their government
counters and restrooms. Grace Jr., president of the grievances. Tea
to the Boston
"Negroes are only employedas Grace Steamship Lines, Rev. Son of :BTW GradsIn Pointing of 1773 and other acts
Party I
laborers or in menial capaci Joseph Hurley, Catholic Arch- the British ,
ties by the city and county," bishop of St. Augustine, and New Movie of the protest colonists against Mr. Laws said
by ,
they said. The NAACP also Edward Litchfield, chancellorof 5
pointed out that "as recently the University of Pittsburgh.
Jonathan Keith Worthy, actor -
has completed a movie
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"Live W lust a Proper Stranger"
State Beauticians starring; Steve McQueen and A'UTOLiability
I Natalie Wood soon to be re-

Close Successful MeetOver leased. 1s 1 .yP ,
Keith, as he is known on InsuranceNEW
stage, prior to last year's barn-,
300 members of the theme for the show which fol- had completed a
storming, just LOW RATES
Orange Blossom Beauticians lowed. European and South America
Association converged in Under the direction of Mrs. tour for the U. S. Government. $107.00 YEARLYTo
Clearwater Sunday, May 10 for Perry, the show, participatedin ( mid from work)
the 24th annual meeting. Public by members of the 50 units Keith is 0 years old and one With goal driving record
service was neld at St. John throughout the state took the of three children In show busi- .
Baptist Church for the local audience on an imaginary tour ness born to the parents of *
program with the Cosmetologist of Florida starting at Jackson- Theodis McCoy Worthy and BANK FINANCING
Unit No. 43 in charge. ville featuring the east and west Blanche Rolle, both graduatesof $17 Down Payment ,
Mayor Itobert Weatherly was coasts ending in Miami. Booker T. Washington High. rI1
on hand to welcome the dele- Styles shown were the pro 9 PAYMENT PLAN
gation with other leading citizens duct of the workshop. Mr. Jul Theodis, known as Ted on *
participating. The State ius, president of Sunlight Beau stage and Blanche are quite active HIt-22 Filing
president, Mrs. Alaine S. Wal- ty School, chairman, membersof in the theatre also. Since
don was the speaker. the workshop were Bessie returning from the Europeanand We can Insure you
Dix, Tampa; Eva Brltt, Winter South American tour they
Monday, 8:30: p.m. the edu- Haven; Edna Davis and Mamie have made several spots on TV, Gulf Fire And
cational program was held at Howard, St. Petersburg. Ella namely Armstrong Circle Thea-
Mt. Olive AME Church. Four Moncur, Opal King and Bertha tre and a new show called the Casualty Inc.
contestants competed for the Sneed, Miami and Samuel G. Nurses. Atty Harold L. Braynon, for ,
first prize sholarship awardedthe Rambert, Lakeland. Mrs. Flor merly of 802 NW 2nd Avc., announces 1552 NW 54th St.
winner on the subject, "The ence All, Pompano and Mrs. Our hats! are off to this theat the opening of his offices OX 6-1231
Negro and Beauty Culture." Gertrude Shipp, W. Palm Beach, rical family which originated at 811 NW 3rd Ave. for
Miss Geraldine Williams of chairman; Mrs. Pearl Hardy, from our own town. And good the general practice of law. WI'NltJ: ) VR 8:30:: 5:30: I

Tampa, first prize and Miss state fashion model, was fea- luck in the future. I Phone 370-0307. SAT. W-l (

Barbara Wall, second prize. tured model.A I --r, -
Consolation prizes were given 5:45: a.m. breakfast lfy .f
Miss Olivia Holmes of St. Theta Nu Sigma Sorority spon- '
Petersburgh and Charles Davis, sored by Mu chapter. Mrs. Ma-
Lake 'Vales.Panel rion Muldrow, Miami, Alpha
discussion "Creators of Zeta chapter Mrs. Callie Jackson GRAND OPENING
Beauty. Panelists were Mes- Jacksonville
dames Marion Muldrow, Miami; Wednesday night, the presi-
Clarice Everett, New Smyrna: dents banquet honoring the TOMORROW NIGHT
Callle Jackson, Jacksonville and the state and local president,
Samuel O. Rambert, Lakeland.Mrs. over 25 presidents were pre-
Catherine Ross, chairmanand sented gifts by the members of June 1 \"IiR I
first vice president. each unit represented. Beauti-

Coronation ceremonies for ful organ music by Bennie Hill, thru 1
the new State Queen marked teacher In the school system.
the activities on Tuesday 0.30: This beautiful affair was directed -
pm. at the National Armory.Mrs. by Mrs. Louise Dupree of Sept. 16
Fannie McDugle of Sarasota Cocoa, third vice president and
retiring queen and mem- chairman of chosen 25.
bers of her court, were seatedon Thursday business over Me-
the stage with the queen occupying morial Services were held for
the throne. Each of the Mrs. Willie Lee Chambers of
five contestants for the coveted Miami and Tampa, Mrs. Emaa I I
title were presented by Mrs. Lee Anderson and Mrs. Billie

Bertha Perry of Miami, chair- Roberson, Tampa; Mrs. Sylvia ,? 4 .
man of the State Artist Bureau. Mlckens St. Petersburg and
The last contestant to be nam- Eloise Bill Winter Park. Mrs.
ed was Mrs. Ola Mae Taylor of R. Louise Basscy, in charge of
Jacksonville Unit 38 who was program.; POST t
crowned by the retiring queen. The trustee board members
Runners-up were Mrs. Tommie of this organization are: Mrs.
Herring of Sanford Unit 46; Nellie Faison, Daytona Beach;
Mrs. Altamese Bule. W. Palm chairman; Mrs. Mary Smith, LuxuriousAccommodations
Beach Unit 5; Mrs. Ellen Days, Sanford. secretary; Mrs. Callle
Unit 55, Miami and Mrs. Edith Cohen, Jacksonville; Miss Jewel '
Cotton, Unit 8, Orlando. Ford, St. Petersburg and Mr.J. I
In competitive hair styling, D. Jenkins of. West Palm
trophies were awarded by the Beach. v-r
State President to Mrs. Lillian All officers were elected
Balkman Unit 5 first prize and unanimously. Mrs. Wilma Dor- I m
Mrs. Edna Calhoun, Unit 60, rell of Jacksonville and Mrs.
second prize. Judges were Mes- Ollye Mae Howard of Palatka 32nd Inaugural
dames Ella Moncur, Unit 7, Mi were elected delegates to the ,' ,, 3 C" qy b ,
ami; Nancy Knight, Unit 18, National Convention In Chicago. Featured r 9KdS
Saracota; Eva Britt, Unit 19, Mrs. Bessie Dlx of Tampa and : # ; 1 1M 1s
Winter Haven; Gallic Jackson, Mrs. Edna Davis of St. Peters- Hurdle RaceI -
Unit 38, Jacksonville and Mrs. burg alternates. The session
Olga Cooper, Unit 14, Ft. Laud- closed by forming the link until Film s e
erdale. the silver anniversary to beheld Patrol ,

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4 SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1963 I Hotel Segregation.... Prompts Legion to Shift Convention I
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NEW OULEAtfS Last zation director, after being refused Following the hotel owners
month James Farmer, national a room at the Hotel Orleans meeting, Farmer wired the
Sheraton Corporation
CORE director wired James last November.At head-
Powers, national commander of the hotel owners meeting quarters in Boston: "This will
- -. that if the sentiment for certainly cost the Sheraton
r-w J some
-T- j w-j np the American Legion I there was chain
hotel patronage in
hotels here continue to discriminate adopting a new policy, but the in America. We in every
CORE
holds its espoused most city
when the Legion view point
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stand
will not idly by
,
II. E. SlfilS.MUND would Mr.; Goday, manager while
REEVES Editor and Publisher convention, CORE resort strongly by Sheraton hinders the
C3ARTII O. REEVES Managing Editor to a major-scale nonviolent of the local Sheraton hotel progress
action campaign. prevailed. of Negro Americans.
Member of the Associated Negro Press I
M.rtnber et tire National Newspaper Publishers Association! Today, Legion headquartersin
Indianapolis announced that
SUBSCRIPTION RATES plans to hold the convention in FOR SALE
ONE Y1CAII $ .OO SIX MONTHS 38.0O FOREIGN '6.00 New Orleans had been canceled -
because of the Inability of 1325 N.W stat STREETCBS '
local Legionnaires to guarantee 2-bedroom plus Fla. room and enclosed'-porch:
THE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKThe
unsegregated facilities for dele-
all
gates. $67 a month pays;
Florida State Employment Service is wondering The Legion announcementcame 4120 N.W. ijtn AVElfUECBS
;why: in spite of an estimated 22,900 persons out of work after a meeting of local 2 bedroom, Fla.: room-, garage, lots of extras.
:'in Dade County only 180 persons have qualified for continue hotel owners segregating which decided despitethe to $77 aj, month. See here homes and

seven courses offered in job training. decision of a special three- Call Arthur Solomon PL 1.7492
Michael Cugnoa, training coordinator, said classes for Judge federal court invalidatingthe THE KEYES CO.
waitresses and cooks were to begin on June 3, but only law. state's The hotel segregation 234 Biscalyne Blvd., Realtors FR 1.3592
six waitresses and 18 cooks have qualified. Classes will James McCain case ,was CORE organ
begin on June 10, a week later, when all other classes I

begin.There are now 50 waitress positions open and no one ,,, The Management -
to fill them. ,fi -I
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The FSES will check their files of unemployed collecting ,,r. '
payments, \ and Staff .

No job! Well, I suppose that depends upon your
qualificationsWhat, of
can you do? Arc you a stenographer, typist,
auto mechanic, cook or waiter?
If you are not qualified to fill any of these positionsyou Miami'sRadio w +
need not be discouraged. The State Employment Ser-
vice will train you for the one you want and pay you for i :
:same while you are in training. Where in the world can I f,
you beat such an offer? _
If you are interested, contact the Florida State Employment -
office in Miami or telephone FR 72411. A


Dade County Representative Jess Yarborough has ,
introduced a measure in the Florida House that would StationI

allow our Metro commission ,to impose an income tax on ; b Y I i M

Dade Countians. 4... b r' a/.n .
County Atty. Larrey Davis believes this measure is DELMAR STIRRUP WMBN
ALFONZA.-C.. MOZELL
the one that he drew up several years ago, but he denied "Sports Roundup"
that it would allow Metro to levy any income tax. "Community News"

Maybe we don't have to worry about a local incometax. PRESENTS A SHOW PACKEDRADIOTHON

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We might have to add If I am correct, the license tax bill for salt water
fishing has ''been killed.. This will pease our anglers.A .
four per cent sales tax is meeting stiff opposition.The .
3 pc. seems big enough.
The Legislature's problem now is to raise $190 mil?
]lion dollars in new taxes.
The present session is scheduled to end on June 1, FOR
but the time has been extended.The .
House .Finance Committee has approved a tax
on advertising. in newspapers and on radio and television.
Variety Children's Hospital

President Kennedy will meet with many business
executives from the North and South next Tuesday. Theygo
to Washington in answer to the President's invitationto
consider immediate desegregation of public facilities Tuesday June 4 1963
in the South. ,
The racial condition in some states is a disgrace to 9:00 until
the United States. Certainly President Kennedy knows pm.

this and he endeavoring to ease the tension. ,
We are hoping his conference will prove successful -AT- c
There are many people of both races who hold re-
so little respect for the laws of our country. They certainly The Copa City Young Adult Club 4
contribute much to lower the dignity and ,prestige of the
United States in the eyes of the world..
Our counry is considered to be) the land of the free MIAMI BEACH
and the home of the brave.

Can we really meet this standard? Top Stars, Guest Artists Plenty of Entertainment

It's Commencement time. Colleges and high schoolsare
ADMISSION
exceedingly' busy, preparing for the occasion. Some FREE
have already had their commencement exercises and are

now arranging for summer school. ,
The week of June 3-10; will be the real exciting i
period. Especially so in our high schools.Ye : GOAL:
Editor congratulates all graduates and wish for
them success in their chosen profession or occupation.Ye .
; $14,900

Editor was in Delray Beach last Saturday attend- "
ing the funeral of one of Delray's well known citizens, I. Come, or call l 1 in your
Thomas Gray, who had lived more than four score years.A ,',,: 'I j : ) i
Requiem Mass was held at St. Matthew's Episcopal 1--- 4 pledge Yh'
Church, the Rev. John F Moore, ,priest-in-charge, offi- if t r fin; ,
ciating. Assisting Fr. Moore were the Revs. Charles W. ,("-. .. I IL KEEP' THOSE LINES ,4F :
McQueen, Jarrette Atkins and the Rev. Mr H. E. S. ..} t!:, f'" BUSY

Reeves.Mr. -,f".i'f.t,... :' '". ,. , ,'."
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Gray had lived in Florida since 1908. He was .l ri'". ''\ "
one of :the builders of St. Matthew's and for many years : : JE 2.6347 .,
served as an officer and Lay Reader.He .,.. "' ........... c .,
was' also a 'member of the Masonic Order. The ;; 1-' _

funeral attended.directed by Stevens Funeral Home, was largely .{ ,\ HELP' USREACH

The many floral and other tributes were evidenceof
the respect held for the deceased.He McKINLEY WILLIAMS MISS LOUISE GRIFFIN
Is survived by a wife, Mrs. Florence Gray. 'The Crown Prince Show" OUR GOAL "Frida y'. Twilight Gospel
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"The ''Real CrisisIn Kennedy said, "we are going to issue of Look Magazine In a
I have seven-and-a-half to eight study of high school dropouts.The .
Education"' million high school dropouts study in Look points '
in the next ten years. This probably out that most high schools cater 1\'
NEW YORK: Attorney Gen- means that in some areas, to students who will go on
eral Robert F. Kennedy warn- we re going to have 70 to 80 to finish college.. As a result,
ed today that America's grow percent of the young people according to the study, roughly -
ing number of unemployedhigh unemployed. 20 million students in the
school dropouts Is social "I think that's dynamite," he next ten years will be "cheat- I
"dynamite" said. ed" of the chance to learn a I
If the present trend continues The Attorney General's com useful trade, and many of these :
ment appeared in the currenta will become "dropouts." ,




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_' OPPORTUNITY"

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Daytona Honors Getting up Nights

Dr. Howard Backache Pains .. "

Thomas Bladder IrritationsDid

Daytona Beach welcomed one you sleep well last nightor Lockheed Seeking RETS
did you have to get up two
of its favorite
sons last weekw "
or three times? Try 7.20". I
hen Dr. Howard Thurman, Does your back pain you so I
dean of Marsh Chapel at Boston much that you can hardly standor PREPARES
University, came to the, city bend? *'7-20" could be the i
to deliver the Maccalaureate answer. Do you feel miserablewith Qualified Negroes
sermon at BethuneCookmanCollege. a dizzy, splitting head-
ache? Try' "7.20". All of these
Mayor J. Owen Eubanks:: pro symptoms are quite often YOU
claimed last Saturday as caused by minor irritations of Marietta Plant Making Sincere Effort, ,'*
"Howard Thurman Day" and a the kidneys and bladder. The
parade was held through the mild diuretic action of famous Having Hard Time Finding Engineers f
streets of the city. 7-20" will flush out the kid-
Shown in the picture are neys. Start them working right FOR
Stanley Ness, city: councilman; again. "7-20" gets rid of the Lockheed Aircraft Corp., in Marietta is engaged in ""I'
Mayor Eubanks, Dr. Thurman poisons in your system that are :
and Dr. Richard V. Moore, presIdent making you feel so bad. You an intensive search for qualified Negro employees to fill
of Bethune. see over-exertion, emotional jobs, some of them top engineering posts that are r '
The brilliant speaker, who, upset and strain or unwise eat. able in its Georgia plant.. availTH r.
was rated by Life Magazine as ing and drinking can cause irritations .
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one of the 12 greatest ministersin that result in that un- : result of the new agreementthe I
spoke to a capacity easy, uncomfortable feeling. lly Mt KUKTTNUR': company "has reviewed the
Amerlcah e college ,gym Sunday "7-20" scientifically compound. United Press Inlnnational Industrial records of all our Ne-
ed of tested and approved ingredients gro employees to assure a con JOBS
Speaking from the subject, ,* will stimulate the On May 25 Lockheed President tinuation of opportunities as
"Youth in Crisis," Dr. Thur- action of your kidneys get Courtlund S. Gross and they occur.LOCKlI1Clvl.
man challenged the graduatesto rid of the irritations and the vice president Lyndon B. John- J) is now search-
condition themselves and results is blessed relief. No son, chairman of the President's
for engineers
ing qualified regardless THAT
learn to live together in this more backache, no more sleep Committee on Equal Employ- of race, and having a
changing world." less nights, no more headaches. ment Opportunity, signed a hard time finding them. Comp-
Excellent music for the pro- You will feel like a new person joint "plan" for progress." It recruiters recently visited
gram was furnished by the when you take "7-20' Get pledged the aircraft firm to any five Negro colleges and put out
college concert choir under "7-20" today. Keep it in your "aggressively sock out more feelers to a number of others ARE
Thomas B. Demps. and the college medicine cabinet always. Avail- qualified minority group candidates
wind ensemble with Dr. able In either liquid or tablet for Jobs and to make certain I
L. Allen Pyke''conducting. form. At drug stores every- there are no discriminatory
where.-Adv. practices in the plant. Howard University In Wash
II. .. ington, D.C., Tennessee A andI il iV
It Is having trouble finding at Nashville, Tenn., Tuskegee LOOKING l
SAVE! on the finest them and has urged Negro high Institute, Prairie View Univ., A
schools and colleges to improve and lof Houston, Tex., and
100% HUMAN HAIR IMPORTED their standards and "turn out the North Carolina A and T of
graduates who can meet requirements Greensboro were among the
." Negro schools visited by Lock FORI
heed recruiters.All .

of the company's advertising -
WIGS IIAKOM ARNOLD) in charge
41k carries: non-dlscrlminatory -
of vocational services for the clauses and three eligible
Atlanta UrUan League, said Negroes recently accepted invitations YOU"We
Lockheed
apparently is makinga to join the Lockheed
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"sincere effort" to fill all jobson Management Club. Recreation
Compare a non-discriminatory basis. facilities such as softball andtennlg
$8 9 $149.50 &
up Lockheed now has about C30 also are desegregatedand also have many white
Negroes among its 11,000 em- several Negroes plan to en- applicants for similar Jobs who
ployees, about 5 per cent. In ter u company golf tournamentthis fall," an official explained.
JLOJ( when the firm had a pay- season.
FREE HEAD roll of 10,000 about 0 per cent IN A HKCKNT examinationfor Mattison talked frankly witha
BLOCK & FITTING & STYLING of the employees were Negroes. Negro group recently about
the Job of clerkstenographer the company's inability to finda
Others from $29.00 Even before the recent agreement 11 Negroes applied Nine large supply of capablo Negroes -
Lockheed had eliminated foiled the test, one failed to to hire."Lockheed'j:4.
such features us segregated Hhow up and one passed. As In
Hours 10 a.m. to 0 p.m. Hat. 'til :5 drinking fountains, cafeteriasand the use of all applicants the : experience in 10
rest rooms. failures were given a chance fora years of offering opnodtunlties
re-test. Out of the two who to Negroes," he Haul "shows
LAYAWAY PLAN 1:. G. Mattison, director of Industrial tried again one passed and was that a major problem la to find
relations, said that as hired I professionally trained Negroes."

House of Wigs Sales FIND OUT HOW SOON YOU

Service i CAN BE ACCEPTED


Biscayne Shopping' Plaza-Suite 234-Ph. 757.8331 RADIO ELECTRONIC TELEVISION SCHOOLS

Up airs Over Walgrcenfl
79th & Biscayne Blvd.Take Elevator Next to Gale'. 215 N.E. 15th ST. MIAMI, FLORIDA PHONE FR 1.1439

WORLD'S LAIW1; .;__'_' KKHIDKNT KLKCTRONIC: TRAINING ORGANIZATION
'.
The Gardenia ClubMrs.

Sarah Walker was a k .

charming hostess to uie Gar- Salon
denia Club May 20. The presi- Star key's Wig
dent, Mrs. Edna Smith, presiding
Some very important business '
were transacted. At the } .; PROUDLY INTRODUCES
conclusion of business we were

served where invited Mrs.delicious into Evelyn the goodies dining McAllister room were k 4. ; Wigs By Anitra ... Direct From FranceAND

thanked the hostess for a delightful SURELY A WIG FOR YOUR BUDGET
evenings

Mrs. Edna Grant, president; A Blend and Human Hair $59.50
Mrs. Frankle Glover, reporter. L-.1 ,.

100% Human Hair $69.95 to 195.00
Ticket ReportThe
Boat Ride Committee of V r i 100% Human Hair hand made $200 to $250

the Dade County Young Demo- FINANCING IS AVAILABLE
cratic Assn. will meet Friday, k&jh3
May 31, 8 p.m. at the home of 3605 Grand Avenue HI 89338"I
Dr. E. A. Ward, 5841 NW 9th ; it:
Ave. to give a progress reporton
.the sale of tickets.

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FOOD STORE

I 27th Ave. at 54th St.

NEVER CLOSEDPrices Good thru June 1st Welter's AG Store Only

. .KEYS. .. .MADE, -" MONEY. .- .ORDERS.,-'.', -LIGHT" ') BILLS. .-NOTARY. . PUBLIC. '' ...
CENTER CUT
Beef Liver Ib Z94'' Pork Chops Ib 49

FIRST CUTPork
Chops Ib5Ibs Z90 Pig Feet Ib 100

END AND PIECES SMOKED
Bacon 690 Dirr's Picnics Ib 25

_ LYKES SUGAR CREEK SMOKED LYKES 12 oz. PACKAGE
Sausage Ib59c Franks 330

10 POUNDS ,
If! FrozenDairy
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Potatoes 394 MORTON MEAT
Pot Pies 190
Cabbage Ib 5P CATSUP, 50 SHUR FRESHBiscuits
Peaches 12 039i -WITH$5.00 ORDER OR MORE 3- 25*

FRESH 2Lbs. Cream Style Corn 2 25< PaK NLemonade .J
or 'meauesson
Lima Beans 29 SUN GLO 104
24 Bleach g11. 39
; Oil 291 OLEO 2 29C

CANADA DRY Liquid Starch Qf 19t J/2 GAL. MANOR HOUSE
Fruit Flavor 100 Ice Cream 390
We Cosh Payroll Checks Cold Beer At All Times Open Memorial Day

303 MUSSELMAN
Apple Sauce 2 for 25* I I Miracle Whip Qt. 390

151/2 OUNCE HYGRADECorned 11'2 CARNATION SOLID
Beef Hash 29d White Meat TunaSHURFINE 29

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20 LBS.ARISTOCRAT
Flour 5 lbs 390 I I Charcoal Briquets 89t

303 WISE TWO SUM
Libby's Peas 2 for 29 I | Potato Chips 49

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Camp At Florida Normal YMCA" Day Camping Offers Summer Joy for ChildrenWhen II

'i rM. A. HALL WILLIAMS which will include registration, a child returns to school provided for sharing in the girls 6 to 14 years of age.
Public Relations Coordinator room board and banquet tic- following an enjoyable YMCA planning and carrying out of Opening June 10 under
BELLE GLADE Announcement ket, and all who attend will be summer day camp experience, day camp activities; following Franklin D. Rocs, director, the
was made here this week required to remain for the entire he carries with him the effectsof the rule of each for all and all program will be imaginative,
that plans have been completed seven day period. A $5.00 values derived from the entire for each. creative dynamic and campercentered.
for the third annual Leader- reservation fee, which is required day camp program. These WMCA Day Camping helps to Applications are now I
ship Camp for girls 10 to 18 with each application, is values are an Integral part of establish more firmly the hab-- being received at the branch. I
years sponsored vy the Florida neither refundable nor appliedto the discovery of one's self; The For further information call \
its and attitudes of resourceful .
the YMCA office OX
Association of Women's Clubs, maintenance.All camper does not create these self-respect persons. Adult I
Inc. The will be held values, he only discovers them .
camp on guided experiences contribute -
to
applications< are me group
and later he will make use
the campus of Florida Normal on to the development of
sent to Mrs. Irma E. Allen, BROWNSVILLE
of them in his method and con-
College, St. Augustine, June 23- FAWC Camp committee chair- such character traits as t
duct of living.Opportunities. CORPORATIONI
29. ban, 2507 NW 9th St., Ft. Laud. thoughtfulness and dependabil
According to Mrs. Louise obtained from other members for learninghow ity. New skills and interestsare I will buy your lot. I .will .i
E.
the association erdale and information may be to get along) with othersare developed. Things learned finance your mortgage. Do
TaYlorh presi- of the committee Mrs. LouiseE. will become lifelong sources of
: provided. Living, working, not give home if
e camp, which has been your up
Taylor, president of FAWC, and playing together adjustingto satisfaction swimming, play--
planned around four
a
theme point 000 SW Tve. E., Belle Glade; new persons and new experiences ing team games, horse-buck you have paid enough equityin
Spiritual- "Cultural and Moral, Recreational Values"is Dr. R. W. Puryear president sharing In the responsibilities riding, crafts, hiking, cookingout it. We will finance it. Call
planned for approximately Florida Normal College, St. of group living, creating things, and the NE 3.3198 or 6915851. Callor
70 50 girls and 20 Augustine; Mrs. L'liabeth Wil- and developing the habits and like.The tee J. H. Barkley.
adults persons- and fees moderate.I I liams, supervisor FNACG, 409 attitudes that make for suc- G. W. Carver Branch day
Every effort Is being are made NW 18th Ave., Ft. Lauderdaleor cessful harmonious group liv- camp provides these conditions 3095 NW 52nd St.
the Camp Committee and Flori by Miss Leah McCray, presi- ing. It is an experience in demo. together with mature qualified Indf
da Normal College to maintain dent FNACG, Palmetto. cratic living. Opportunities are camp personnel for all boys and.
high standards and values for
all who attend. \

Members of the staff which 1 1lALLEXPENSE
Includes selected specialties,
teachers, college graduates, and
college students who know and
have worked with children, are
well qualified to render all typesof WIN A FREE '
services to campers and will
bring to the camp aesthetic and
social skills that will Inspire
each camper to live a fuller

life.The
fee for campers is $21.50


SINUSITISBy HOLIDAY IN

DR. JAY GUTIERREZ
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r.I ,4- Vie"'* 4 bones cavities Sinuses of in are the the NASSAU FORFREE 2


!. face, filled with

0.i' 9 air, opening Into '

( the nasal !

V, passages but
:' not part of the
nose. When $1 Open an account
.: there is sinus "
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for $100 andchoo'tlany
trouble, the t tJ ,
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mebranes lining the sinuses be one
come thickened and there is an .t
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4e 4 of these beautiful gifts
excessive secretion. Acute
cases t :
r ,.
are usually accompanied by -FREE
pain. There may or may not be II
pus formation. Normally you
a/
have eight sinuses (four pairs.) OORV 1\
Trouble may be present in any VACUUM OLAS8COPFKB
one of any combination of ''# BRIWBR4t

these. tup ctpte/ty,
Once the sinus trouble is per < rile ftnttt
mitted to l/ecome chronic sym- >, quality product
toms are constant and very 4. ' of Hi kind
annoying.Chiropractic. Pick up your entry card at Franklin Federal
adjustmentsreach
the sinuses through the Savings and Loan Association of Miami,

nervous system, thereby remov- corner of 10th ,Street and 3rd Avenue
<*!: .
'
ing congestion of blood and ," 8TYRINe i ,4' ,
Increasing circulation. Adjustments Nothing to buy and you don't even havo to .' PLASTID
have usually Ween suc '" PIONIOcooum
cessful correcting many cases open an account to participate. Simply fill ,
of sinus. If you have sinus
trouble, don't neglect the con- out the entry card and. return It to Franklin Ptrftct tortithing

dition try chiropractic. Federal, and that'8 RI! ,
(Onn of a series of articled. ... btrbtcutt' ua w
published in the public interest :and outing. .
to explain: and illustrate the ,
practice of scientific chiropractic SIGNAL LAMP AND FLAOHII*

written my Dr. Jay Gutierrez .. =_. .._ Compact lamp'","w. .powerful
whoso office' I Is located at Ifi t long-r.nge ban of light
the corner of NW 22nd Avenue tR
and 36th St. Phone 6311117.
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Lady attendant on duty. You'll travel In Pan American's jet luxury liner

and spend, four glorious days and nights In

Na*.au at tho British Colonial Hotel. Franklin
'80.IKCB
2 DROPS Federal.will pay your expenses Including meals, GOTHAM BBVBKAOB air

hotel, and transportation and In addition will A magnlflc.nt'addA7on to your home
NOT 8AS
give you $5O spending money. f

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1 TEASPOON possible moment. Fill out the entry card and

you may be the winner of a magnificent F
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. water problem. A new projectto n a "
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PAGE _8. SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1963 water produce a day one for million New gallonsof Providence 'i I'I'C'

--- -- is areas drilling on wells Carmichael in untapped -

BAHAMAS Road near Coral Harbor. Water
IN AND AROUND THE
drawn is tested at the site, and
THEA
_ I IN THE
satisfactory. DRIVE -
::T'' is said to be

The Rev. Timothy Edward
Wesley Donaldson, 83, superin OX 1.7959 22nd Ave. and 69th St
tendent and Bishop of the St
John Baptist Diocese, died a1 Jobs & Scholarships
his home on Meeting St. Frida; SHOWING
night, May 24, after a short ill NOW

ness.Born at New Bight, Cat Island OpenTo
and having studied at the : ,<(J..
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old Boys' Central School, Dr
Donaldson was a public schoolteacher High School ''Graduates
at Major's Cay, Crooked
Island from 1906 to 1912, EARN $24 TO $75 WEEKLYAnd mere's nu
when he resigned and went to place onearth
the United States. 4t,1j
Returning chance to qualify for a quite'
Returning to the Bahamas $500 Scholarship to Bethune-
during the twenties, he servedas Coqkman College, Talladega I like It I
St. John'sBaptist
at I
assistant pastor
Cathedral for 20 years., College, Edward Waters Col-
He succeeded the late BishopA. lege and other institutions.
C. Symonette as general sup- ISIahD'19
erintendent and bishop in 1942. INFORMATIONJOB i
WRITE TODAY FOR FULL
of the Bahamas -
He was president :
Educational and .. .OFIPVeWarner
Baptist SCHOLARSHIP FUND P.O. Box 1171 -.

ber Missionary of the Convention Foreign, a Mission mem- Jacksonville 1, Fla., Dept. MT. Bros wackiest,wildest,most wonderful comedy of the year.

Board of the National Baptist Send me information. I want Ito work this summer
Convention, U.S.A.of Governors, Inc., mem-of and compete for a $500 college scholarship. I k@iT@ p S10 On fHIMI/rOIIMlk irsI8 MOlL oW8fSr[ mBlJ[
l/er of Board
.... ,

School.the Prince He was Williams also affiliated High NAME 1..111..1..1..1.1.....................................M..L...............N./.1./.111 BErn BRUCE jECHNICOWaPANA1: VISION:;WAflNER! !\ .QS.a-.
with a number of fraternal so-

cieties. ADDRESS .......................................................................................
The body lies in state at the She was BOSTON
Cathedral this week from Mon
day until Sunday morning. Ser CITY...................................................?..*..,... STATE ....................... inPUBIIC..and so
vices will be held that after- E11TC 1in[ ., ...ButWltat

noon He at is 2 survived o'clock. by his wife, High School Grad of ..................................................................

Mildred, five sons, Ronald Don- _, whetzs/ie
athan, Nassau; Charles of
t/iemi
: got
Newark, N.J.; Luther, a medi- i
cal student at Lausanne, Switzerland mined
; Denis, a musician; and \
Boswell, principal of Prince ? \
Williams High School, three
daughters, Mrs. Evelyn Knowlesof 1ww I
Miami; Mrs. Hilda Barrett
and Mrs. Verna Neilly; 20 \'Q! e v ::2
grandchildren, five great-grand
children and a sister, Mrs. .Fran . .

cis O'Meally. ,
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The Bahamas Educationaland

holding Missionary its annual Convention session was at One Life Insurance Plan covers you .

I St.Following John's when the he summer died. vaca- your wife. . :your children! : s3

tion 28 graduates from theTraining
N:r:;o'v,1
will be appointed -
College
to teaching posts with NEW YORK LIFE'SFAMILY
Education. They
the Board of ,,:
will be filling vacancies in New
Providence and the Out Islands, Q : V J
said T. P. Lightbody, director of
education. About 20 other INSURANCE PLAN : :

teachers who are taking special (;,
to
expected
courses abroad are comprising ,..
The delegation
return home later this year. ,.ern as the minute, each unit of the Family
insurance Plan offers your :family-if qualifiedthe. -
rerpesentatlves from the two .. benefits
major political parties and i .,.Do HANG
others, has returned all jubi- \ For you-$5,000 of permanent insurance which V Ups

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Secretary of State for the Colonies For your wife-$1,250 of term insurance if she's $TAARINO N

In London. The limited Bahamashas self- your age-moro if younger, less if older. Her insurance R SANDRA :; OBBJ
been granted
continues to your age 65 and can then be
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In a rousing welcome accordedhim before you, her insurance become payable and, in lrae G.t
on his arrival at the Nas- addition, you recdr $1,250 of term coverage to MWNEPRBIEJoHHIllNDCEWfoMEROSOTiEFW[
sau International Airport, along age 65 with no increase in premium. Rrmsonr
with Governor and Lady Staple-
don, he told the Southern Cor- For your children- $1,000 of term insurance on CORMMNO [ i
net Band to play, "For We Are each insured child which continues to his age 22 Screenplay by RICHARD MORRIS Dlitcted by HEW HYDE
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The Bahamas will receive rertlble, at its expiration, to as much as $5,000 of
assistance from the British and permanent insurance.
American governments in raising NEXT ATTRACTION
$22,400,000 from international the- Other special benefits include the coverage ofnewly
for
in exchange
use sources of the area as 'an underseatest arrived babies, :from the age of 15 days for 1
and evaluation center at f 1,000 at no increase in premium. Best of all, STEVEillCIIlIIlEEVII)
Andros, it has been reported.,A; premiums are realistically low. For example, if you .
large amount,ol this..sumJa.to _. ,are a father age 80, the monthly premium for one DUEL.
be used for the sewage systemIn unit is only $11.93. And dividends, as declared, can <,
Nassau and to dredge and be applied to further reduce payments. See me soon '

deepen the harbor. for details on "Family Plan" protection. , TITANS ., (i .

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evening, May 25tendanro... Alliance holds Its annual meet-
was a colorful evening for VFW Post 5693 starts a new VFW Ing soon at the New Bethany PRESENTS'
Post 5G03, the Ladles Auxiliary with S. D. A. Church. "The Alliance
year Bud
a
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of that Post, 5th District Offi- on June 7-8, which servea the community In Sensational Double Attraction
a building pro- many respects will'make a report -
cers, members of Dade and gram, a membership drive and to that community. The
Broward County VFW Posts many community projects that church Is still the center of
and the citizens of Opa-locka- should benefit the community interests among the
Dade County area. youth, the Negro people," says Rev. Ed-
adult and the community. ward T. Graham, president.
The Bunche Park Center
hummed with activity as offi-
cers were Installed, guest Try A Miami Times I
Classified Ad
speakers spoke and It was announced -
that Emory Gibson of e a r ,+ .
Post 5693 had been elected to 4 '
the office of District Chaplain. r w 1

Miss Gertrude Lemmons was f e : )
re-elected president of the Ladies :
Auxiliary. Kernell Dames ; -
was re-elected for his fourth i
year as commander. Archie ; ui a !q
Foster was elected Sr. V Ice .
Commander. Allen Miller, Jr. NEW SUMMER POLICY i 1 -
Vice Comm., Oliver Maycockwas ? 4 #
re-elected to the office of BEGINNING TUESDAY, JUNE 4TH 7
quartermaster for the eighth
year; Robert Jacobs Jr., re- MODERN SOUNDS JAZZ SEXTETTE t
elected judge advocate for the Appearing Nitely Except Monday t I
fifth year; Emory, post chap-
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Theodore Mackey, trustee for
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officers. He HELD OVER
the complimented -
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and the 5th district on their : . .
choice of Gibson as District I ''
chaplain then went on to explain DELO'RES TAYLOR
why the department encampment -
had to be moved COCKTAIL ROOM OPEN
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Beach this year. He said in detail up BREAKFAST, LUNCHEON '
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.

PAGE 10 SATURDAY JUNE 1, 1963"J.1 Phil- Ossofer Says . I RichmondHeightsFlashes] ;,


;J.:":"'::;::;: :' I enjoyed "Cousin's" remarks By ORA D. TAYLORWe
tiIF '' about the wisdom of all the

living religions. I, too, have
found in all the religions, Becoming wish to sincerely congratulate do hope and pray that your
Intrigued with the simi- and welcome Mark Slash reward will be earthly and

larities of all. I probed deeper Penn Georgia Co., Inc., heavenly, because you have
into the subject going into the Builders and Nelson MortgageCo. made a great contribution to
scriptures themeslves.It Inc. for coming into our your community.
community to give it further
was Just like reading a
mystery story in which there progress in the larger, most Mrs. ,J. Shootes has been
er would be a final chapter whereI beautiful houses which many selected secretary of the MI-
1\\ would find the solution. I home buyers have long wishedto ami-Tuskegee Alumni Club of
found that it wasn't Just a coincidence be a reality. The new homesare the South Dade Area. Mrs.
that each religionhad FHA financed by the Nelson Shootes will call the meetingof

-....-.-- a force of the golden rule, Mortgage Co., an outstanding all Tuskegee alumni and
money lending group. attendants meet in their first
that each had a major prophetand to
A SEARCH FOR PERSONAL These thoughts
are thoughts. book of scriptures.My area meet before departure for
holy
FREEDOM when tempered by observation, a There will be a .grand open
house for the two models which the end of the school year. Selection -
and test clo
reason bring us these each
clues :
were
Plants sunlight and of area officers, dues,
crave ser to Utopia. will be open to the public Sat-
strive to reach it. We want to religion was revealed to a cer- urday, June 1 and Sunday, June and summer round-up are on
know and yearn for knowledge.The God does not mind being tain people at a certain time, 2 for special open house. Feel the agenda. Mrs. Ora D. Tayloris
activities of both the plants scrutinized. He has nothing to each different. Each revered free to visit the homes each the chapter president and also
and ourselves like the effortsof hide or fear. He likes being the prophets who came before when your time permits Southern Regional vice presi-
most living things can be talked about. This is expectedof them and foretold of anotherto weekend thereafter or when dent. Other area chair.men are
surmised as a search for per- us. Where there is perfec- come later. Realizing that Mark Slash certainly is to lie also requested to call your area
sonal freedom. tion, no amount of scrutiny is God is one, I began to look upon congratulated highly as 'a meeting.
When the seed Is placed under harmful. Talk about God criti- these various religions as builder of Mark Manor, Cutler
the pressure of the earth it cally if you please! This only separate links In God's eternal Ridge and other beautiful
grows. We, when put under spreads His name. As a matterof chain. I thought of religion as homes in the We are very sorry to note
pressure, also grow. The forcesof fact, the Master encourages being a school, with a new Your plans and county.comments are the illnss of Rev. Ancrum of
teacher and more advanced Bethel Baptist Church. Friends
doubts, and the pulls of curiosities
motivate us as moisture this.God teachings in every age.I welcomed as this promises to will note that he is in Baptist
cannot be little in be an answer to many queriesfor Hospital. A
stimulates the seed. began to understand religion speedy recovery,
The seed does not grow as thought as man. He must be The wisdom of all seemedto not better, but best housing we pray.
big and considerate. Both His Ue but wisdom from the I for those who can afford
long as it is content or satis- one
It. Tell all of friends
your about
fied. We cannot grow to our patience and His compassion one God. these Richmond Mark Homes Please place recognition Sun-
be infinite. His
full potential, if we accept the ought mercy day which is the third..
,
and treat Sunday
yourselves to
God is must endureth forever. At the From my studies of the scrip. one -
that to question in
forbidden.dogma end of all roads, He ought be. tures I concluded that the last a gift for a lifetime of security each month, on your list.
No matter which directions we chapter of the mystery would and happiness. The supervisor of the Chlldren's -
Human souls that are engaged Home at Kendall, A. Williams .
universal who
reveal
travel we ought find Him. Sucha a prophet
in this of cultivatingthe the staff and the child-
process God, ours must be. The soul would at last unite all religionsinto Congratulations, Mrs. Thelma
mind are fulfilling their divine ren appreciate the fine things
and spirit appreciate these afore one when the world was Aranha
for wonderful
your
mission. In life's school pro been done and said to encourage -
our duty is to investigate all mentioned qualities in God. ready for it. Hero are some of gress in the growth of Tot achievement to We a real.
areas of doubt. Make an analy They applaud Him for givingman my clues; Zoroaster spoke of Town and your beautiful Improvements ity.
sis of Christ parable about the a mind to search Him out. Saoshyant, a universal prophetwho in your 'building A
talents. Here is would bring about the resurrection thing of beauty a Joy for- Send
the
men and Ours is an effort for an un- your news to 4208 NW
of the whole world
the same principle. It is expected derstanding of things. Know- ever. According to thetrue 7th Ave or call 759-5221 or
'that we use the life given us ledge is gathered and reflected opening a new cycle free from words of a great writer. We CE* 5-4246 evenings.
all evil and misery.
to find out about ourselves. upon. This is done constantly.
We must look into the reason I Information is transmitted from Isaiah spoke of Prince Michael Painless Office Treatment of
and nature of things. Draw a generation to generation, thru in the latter days, and of
LOW
conclusion! Yet, we are not various media. Such a process the time when nation would no RUPTURE PILES '
free of dout/t.:/ It is our uncertainties causes our continuos growth. longer make war upon nation. COST ..
which provoke us to Civilization itself, testifies to Jesus told us of the gatheringof Rectal Diseases
Varicose
Veins
all into one fold, and said Pro.
seek answers! Our curiosiities this. Each generation as a result -
often lead us to discoveries. of its predecessors endeavors that when the Spirit of Truth state-No lost time-Discard Truss
Thoughts blended with learn- move closer to self reali would come He would lead us Upon Correction of Rupture
ing and fused with reason result zation. into all truth. DR. LONG'S CLINIC
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oneness
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GREATER ST. MARK P.B THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.

Rev. F. L. Johnson, pastor I SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1963 PACE 11

Mrs. Ruthie Mae Scott, reporterThe

door to success Is label-* BAHA'I ASSEMBLY TEMPLE BAPTIST
ed "push." We are In the pro-
Mrs. Bach former Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor
cess of getting ready for o u r Marjorie ,
church anniversary to conveneon member of the Chicago Opera The recital given by Father

June 23. All officers, mem- Company, and author of a bookon Donald Anthony and Mrs.
bers and auxiliaries a e asked music, will speak at the Bettye Gibson Sunday after

I ILW1I1flNJL---I to cooperate to make this great Baha'l Center, 137 NW llth Ave. noon was certainly a thing of
event one of the best. We invite 8 p.m. Sunday, June 2. Her sub- beauty. An appreciative audi-
you to come and worship ject will be: "Religion And ence was in attendance, and
with us this Sunday throughout Life." The public Is cordially Invited was thrilled by the rendition.

night service and share in our to attend. Father Anthony, priest at StPeter's

Holy Communion.Visit American Catholic
all the sick and pray NEW BETHEL BAPTIST Church, possesses a rich tenor
with them. voice and has a repertoire that
1571 NW 68th Terrace should be heard in Miami. And
Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor Mrs. Gibson
gave a good account -
ST. MARY'S W M. Deacon Fred Williams reporter of herself.
Sunday the No. 1 choir will
Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor The affair was sponsored by
Mi.ij I Dorothy Major, reporter render the music, also Sunday Temple's Choir No.1. Miss R.
morning we are having bap- Farquharson was mistress of
Sunday was testimony day at tism. Come out and help us. ceremonies. The benediction
St. Mary's and the spirit was
Be sure to visit the Prayer
was pronounced by Dean Derrick
high. Our own Rev. Gladstone meeting. Please visit the sick -
Greater
Macedonia First Hunte delivered the .
message.His and shut-ins. You are welcometo Tuesday evening the men
sermon was timely
very worship with us.
met and
and inspiring. The night service completed their organ
Anniversary Raises I MT. TABOR ization for 1\ en's Day. DeaconA.
$1.435.95The was conducted by Rev H. V. .
J. Hanna elected chair-
was
Stuart. Rev P. S. Brown, minister
pastor officers and mem- warm and hearty welcome Sunday there will be Holy Miss Dessie Crocket reporterI man and Deacon Prince Hep-
bers of the Greater New Macedonia awaits all who attend our ser- Communion morning and night. had rather be a door keeper burn, co-chairman; Deacon F. E.

Missionary Baptist vices. Please rememlter to pray There will be Joint choir morning in the house of my God thanto Dawklns, treasurer and GeorgeE.

Church wish to express our,sin- for all sick and shutins and by and night. dwell in the tents of wIcked. Hepburn, secretary.ST. .

cere appreciation to the various all means remember our mot- The secod Sunday at 3:30: ness Psalms 8110.:

ministers, their churches and to: "When you need us send for Rev. Stuart will sponsor a pro- The general chairman of the JAMES A. M. E.
friends throughout Dade County us and when we get there tell gram on behalf of Men's Day. Pew Rally Is pleading with the
for helping us to make this lour us what you want. The public is Invited.BROWNSVILLE members and friends In making 1815 NW 65th Street

tremendous success, both spi- I this our second event of the Rev. J, D, Blacknell, pastor
ritually and financially. Above Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor; year a success.In R. E. Copledan, reporter
church's first anniversary a Deacon Vandell Bovan, secretary BAPTIST the meantime, the captains Sunday morning services

all our most humble thanksgo 2775 NW GOth Street and co-captains are work- were conducted by the Rev J,
to our Lord and Savior The Brownsville Baptist ing tirelessly and making every B. Blacknell. Visiting with us

Jesus Christ for making all of NEW PROVIDENCERev. Church will have its annual In. effort toward Its success. were members of Phi Delta
these things possible for we realize Week of fol. The rally terminates June 0, Kappa Sorority (Miami and
spirational Prayer
that without God we can C. J. Burney, pastor and your support Is needed; West Palm Beach Chapters.)
lowed week of Evangelistic
Sis. Claudia Wilson, reporter by a Coming events: Musical tea, I "
do nothing. But with God all Preaching (Revival) begin Theme: "Love of Money. A
service will held Sunday, June 2, 1828 NW 48th
things are possible. Baptism be ning June 3. Inspirational pray.e fellowship dinner was enjoyed
Sunday In our morning ser- meeting will be Monday, St., home of Mrs. Catherine in the parish hall of the church
This coming Sunday beloved Jones. Time 4-0
our p.m.
vices. All of the candidates are after service.
pastor will be in charge June 3 to Friday, June 7. Evan. Remember the sick and shut-
asked to be present at 10 am. Sunday evening after the
gelistic preaching, Monday,
and preaching throughout the ins and bereaved families in
Please bring a change of gar- June 10 to Friday, June 14. regular service an after service
day with our Holy Communion ment with you. Our friends The Rev. R. J. Clffin from prayer. was sponsored by tho Missionary -
observance
Sunday night. A and visitors are welcome to the Mt. Olive Baptist Churchof Society A playlet was presented -
come and witness the services. Fort Pierce will be preaching. MT. CARMEL BAPTISTRev. by a group of children

Continue in prayer for the under t h e direction of
D. A. Bradley, pastor
ZION HOPE BAPTIST sick. All our friends and well wish- Mrs Christine Cohen, reporter Mrs. Emerald Roberson. Tho

5129 NW 17th Avenue ers are Invited. Men's Day came to a very title of the playlet was "Moth-

Rev.,. Paul Freeman, pastor ANTIOCH BAPTIST spiritual and divine closing and er's Gift"A
Stella Mae Flowers, reporter TRINITY C M. E. we would like to thank the out- baby contest was held at
1899 NW Olth Street standing ministers of our city the close of this service. The
Last Sunday an inspiring ser. Rev. 0. W. Foster, pastor 511 NW 4th St. for their fine services. Rev. w, contestants were: Keith Gay, $30

mon .was preached by Rev. Mitchell Bro. Casey Graham, reporter Rev. E. T, Brown, pastor F. Tanner, theme, "Find Your Fcnderson $32.20.i.: Paulino Mars,

You O give thanks unto the Lord; Children's Day will be heldon Place, Get In It and Stay Deborah Cherry $31.85; Stophano
invited attend two
are to call upon his name; make the 2nd Sunday in June. On There." Rev. O. W Foster, $03.75; Argentina Troutman
weeks of old fashion revival
known his deeds among the the thl d Sunday in June the theme, "Looking For a Man. $04; Tyrone Powers $08. A totalof
meetings beginning Monday, people. .. third quarterly conference will Rev. Davis, "The Measure of $285).80 was raised. II
night, June 3"until June 14. Sing unto him, sing psalms be held. Man." Thought for the week. "A

We are praying for Sis. Denna unto Him; talk ye of all His June 17-21, the Florida Leadership Continue to pray for our man Is made rich or poor by
Banks, one of our faithful mem- God his character not his "
wondrous works. Training School will fearing ministers. purse.
bers who
recently lost her hus- Our revival meeting is now convene in Orlando. Sunday is the first Sunday
band. His funeral will be heldin This week is the In June and the half
under way. Prayer The fifth Sunday in June, way
Gifford Saturday. Our pas- will have will mark of Will ALLEN CHAPEL AME
Meeting. We two Feast of the Seven Tables our year. we cometo
tor will deliver tne sermon. weeks of preaching starting be presented.Worship church?
Rev. W, A.
Pray for our sick and shut- Curry, pastor
June 2. with us at anytime.You Bible Class every Tuesday at Fifth Ave.
22nd!
ins. cor. Terr.
Our revivalist will be Rev. J, are always welcome at 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Prayer meeting -

W. Phillips, formerly of Jack Trinity. Tuesday 8 to 0 p.m. Will Services will begin Sunday

The Church of God In Christ sonville, now residing In Fort you still remember to pray for with the Sunday School at 0:30:
Lauderdale. We are Invitingall the sick and shut-In? a.m. with the Supt. Terry 11111
1809 NW Cth Avenue our Christian and sinner Usher Union AssociationThe presiding.

Elder J. C. Jackson, pastor friends to come and worship Ushers' Union Associa- ST. LUKE AME At 11 a.m. our pastor will

Nathaniel Thomas, reporter with us.The tion annual tea will be held at 1809 NW 6th Ave. bring the message, speaking
The 26th anniversary celebra first Sunday is pastorial Dixie Park Auditorium the Rev James A. from the subject, "Tho Fire
tion of our church will closeF day with the male chorus sing- third Sunday In June which Is Services Grisby, pastor That Burns."

iday, May 31. Club No. 10, Ing Sunday morning and the June 10 at 3 p.m. at St. Luke were beginning extremely with good the Evening worship, the pastor
Elder H. Watson and congregation No. one choir singing Sunday Speaker for the afternoon will School. will he heard again speaking,
Sunday The lesson
In charge.We night. The No., 2 ushers will be be the well known leader of the review "Do Not Take God's Name In
was by pastor. Morn. "
are very proud to have In charge. Holy Communion our community and presidentof Vain.
ing
worship began at 11
our state supervisor, Mrs. Gus- will be served Sunday night. the NAACP, Father Theo- with the choir and ushers a.m.The Friends are always welcome
sie Gamble of the Women De- Pray for and visit the sick. i do e R. Gllfcon of Christ Epis- message was brought by the to worship at Allen Chapel,

partment of Eastern Florida, copal Church, Coconut Grove. pastor. Two adults and three "the church with a welcomeand
back from attending the Inter. I MT. CALVARY BAPTIST You cannot afford to miss hearing young people connected them- a program for the people."

national Women Conventionthat a man like Father Gibson. selves with the church during

was held In Chicago. Phyllis Myers, reporter There will also be outstandIng the day. Visitors were numer- Christian
There will be a musical program Sunlay both morning and talent from our community. ous Including three from Mt. Vocational

at our church Saturday, night we heard two very inspirational 'Please come out and spend an Zion AME 'of Sel/rlng where Conference 'Y1VT
June 1, at 8:30: p.m. messages rende ed to enjoyable evening with the association Rev. Grlsby pastored before at

Worship together this week. us by Rev. Polite His messages June 10 at 3:30: p.m. coming to' Miami. They were
You need not walk alone. were enjoyed by the entire con David Hudson, president; Miss Sisters M. D. McIntyre, Laura The YMCA and the Minister-
lal
Alliance
gregation.Sunday. Dorothy Major, reporter Elsby and Little Elizabeth are sponsoring the
annual
Christian
June 2 the Willing Samuels. Vocational
MT. ZION AME Workers are having a short JORDAN GROVE M. B. Rev. David Franklin broughtthe Conference being held at tho
YMCA, 5770 NW 15th Ave.
Rev. H. E. Greene, pasta program on the behalf of Woman's evening message from St. Sat-
Invited Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor urday, May 25, from nine a.m.
have Luke 10
Last Sunday Mt. Zion cele- Day. They Sis. Ella K. Wright, reporter subject "Excuse. The to three p.m.
Rev. Polle to preach for themon day closed In a blaze of glory
Men's
brated its annual Day The
Sis. May W. Taylor, our gen purpose of the confer-
thei This St. Luke Invites to'
program wor-
and it successful both financially program. you
was and once Is to guide youth of Junior
eral chairman the pastor
and spiritually. Rev.T. starts at 800.: The public Is Invited ship with them whenever you and senior
high who
our women day committees ago are
to come.GRACE find the time for visitors
C. Jr. preached from are
Interested the
Kelley would like to take this methodto in following
the subject; "What is Man" dur- always welcome. Christian Vocations
thank our members and : Mlntstry,
ing the morning service. Rev. PRESBYTERIAN friends for their wonderful Sunday morning Holy Communion ,Religious Education, Missions,
Lester C. Albert preached from will be served and the Church Music YM and YWCA
work and cooperation during ,
William
the subject "God's Ready Rev. Savoy, pastor public is cordially Invited to Work.
Preacher" during the evening Congratulations to Harold this our 5th annual Woman'sDay. loin In this service with us.

service. Higgs, who was chosen by the We especially thank Mrs. The sermon topic will ho "No This conference will be held

We were glad to have Presiding congregation to serve as chair- Madlyn C. Williams and Mrs. Hits, o Errors, No Runs," come for this one day only.
Athalle for their -
M. Range messages
Elder J. A. Roberts of the man of the Anniversary Drive and hear this sermon Outstanding leaders of the
North Miami District with us which will climax in the first and the others who par- St. Luke Is the little church community are giving gUidance -

during all of our services. week of November. ticipated on our program. with the big heart. Lest we for- In the conference. Of the
The chairman of the day was Youth Communicant Classesare Our winning captain for this get, Sister Olivia Prime, president many leaders participating are:
Brother William Glenn along In full swing. The closing year Is Miss Florrie L. Gordon, of the choir, presented a Rev. Thedford Johnson, Rev.
with the membership wish to classes will be Sunday at 5 p.m. runner up is Mrs. Francis Parker musical at 3 p.m. with Sister Randolph Thompson, Rev Ernest
thank the First Baptist Churchof and Monday at 6:30: p.m. Confir- and during this project the Lillian Scott acting as the Hutcheson Jr., William S.
Opa-locka Male Chorus, the mation will be observed on the Sunday School had a contest mistress of ceremony, also feaurlng Johnson, A. T. Overton, Rev
St. Paul AME Male Chorus for second Sunday of June whichIs between the students for a ; the Goscpel Choir of E. p, Brown, Rev E. T. Gra-
singing out of their souls dur- "Children's Day." watch to be given to the win- Greater Bethel AME Church ham, Franklin D. Ross, and
ing our services. Thanks to the The Sunday morning sermon ner. The winner of this watch The program was a success andour Rev W F. Savoy.We .
New Bethel Baptist Church will lie entitled "Who touchedmy Is the son of our dinning cap- thanks goes out to all who
ushers who served during the Clothes?" Text: Mt. 8:43-48.: tain, little Leon Gordon. be a success. are happy to have these
Total amount received was Services adults and all others who at
service and to all the Members and friends are Invit are held at St. Luke
morning $2,390.21. Again we say to you each 9:30 11 tend to show this Interest In
friends and well wishers. The ed to support the evening ser- Sunday, : a.m.
success. The total vice as well as our very fine thanks from the depths of our 7:30: p.m., so come and look In the vocational guidance of our
day was a
amount raised was $1,744. morning service. hearts. on us, won't you? youth..

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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. CARD OF THANKSWe -oEAjuI .

I SUSIE MARTIN of
PAIGE 12 SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1963 the family of the I late, MBS.
2242 NW 49th St., died May 22
J.
IIIIr at her home. She! is survivedby

Francis a daughter, Mrs. Corene
. i
CARDS ... MEMORIALS BRUNSON Thomas and a grandchild, Mrs.
t A9 ORA THERESA Elizabeth Farrington. Final
ta infant daughter of Mr. a n d rites will be held in Madison

\ Mrs. Jack Brunson of 1827 NW Ga., where she was shippeiFriday
'
5th Ct. died at ,Jackson Memo-
,
IN MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKSThe rial Hospital on May 26. Ser- .

vices were held May 29 in the
I family of the late
In sad but loving l memory of chapel. Survivors also include JOSEPH BANKS of 2167 NW
OLLIE MOBLEY:
my dear husband, who 20 wishto 11 m several sisters and brothers. 61st St., died Sunday, May 26.
passed away May He is survived, by his wife
1 their thanks to the
express BABY GIRL NICHOLAS, Donnie, and a son John, Allen.
many friends and neighbors for daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mo-. I I Services will We held in Gifford,

cards, flowers, telegrams and litte Nicholls of 225 NW 20th where he was shipped Friday.
all other kindness shown dur-
Terr., apt No. 28, died May 22.
ing their hour of bereavement. Graveside services held: May 29.
May God bless each of you. ALFRED THOMAS RIZER of

Katherine Smith, daughter TOM CROMARTIE, sQn of 1615 NW 65th St., died Mon-

Benjamin and Mack Mr. and Mrs. Tom CromartieJr. day after a short illness Mr.

Mobley, sons -.--. ., died May 28. Arrangementsare Rizer had been a resident of
And Family MR. EDWARD D. WALKERJR. incomplete. Miami for 25 years. He is survived -

by four sons, Herbert,
IN MEMORIAMIn 28, Willie, James and Wilbert and
who departed this life April CARD OF THANKS six grandchildren. Services

loving memory of our 1963 wish' to express our sin-to The family of, the late, Saturday at 4 p.m. at the Shiloh -
_____ dear husband and father, cere and deepest gratitude Baptist Church.,.
remmbered us
who
__ everyone
.______ .1 MR.departed PHILEMON this McKENZIEwho life June 1, ment.during our hour of bereave- I -

19GO. THEODORE WYCHE of 1817
We humbly submit ourselves NW 69th Terr. died 20
all May
God sees when the footsteps J. W.
thankfulness to Rev.
with
in Rochester, N.Y. Mr. Wyche
When falter the, pathway has growntoo Stephenson, officers and mem- It I leaves to mourn his wife
Church t
bers of Antioch Baptist II andhis
step, Progressive Ella Mae, a son Michael Jr.,
Brownsville
Miami; I who reside in
Then he touches the weary Order of East- parents,
510
Lodge No. ,
Thomasville Ga. Final rites
,
eyelids,
No. 29 busi-
And gives his dear ones sleep. ern Star Chapter Brownsville neigh- Saturday in the chapel with
DEACON ED. SHUMAKEwho The Family nessmen of Father Jones officiating,
for services
friends ,
bors and
this life 30
departed May ,
words cards of F m-
consoling ;
1956.A :>
loving smile and a happy IN MEMORIAMIn pathy, telegrams, donations of l MRS. LUCRETIA NEWSOMEof

face, sad but loving memory of cars, delicious food, floral 1728 NW 62nd St. died May

Broken link we can never beloved son, pieces, wonderful visitations, t. 28 at home. She is survived bya

replace. . I the very efficient service of t.:; son, Ben and 7 grand child-
Home. The ,
Will always remember.Mrs. the Range Funeral 4 Fi>' ren. Arrangements are incom-
service of Nurses : '.
Frankie Shumake, comforting ; plete.
wife Thelma Hicks, Catherine Blatch '

and Ella Thompson. ,.
FLORAL. PIECES

Deacon Board of Antioch Richardson . .

IN MEMORIAMIn i Baptist Church; Progressive t,..
Y1fAnMgotNilAWWbNkKMM" N4iV.g4f "'"" '
Chapter No. 29 O.E.S. and Progressive f. _
loving memory of my dear Lodge No. 510; the 4 uhxNr.
MRS. MABLE WRIGHT
wife and our loving sister, Perkins Family; Antioch Bap- wish their sincere
to
1 tist Church and Choir No. 1; express
thanks and to their
Mrs. M. Lyons, NYC and R. appreciation
friends and
Davis Miami Eelbeck MillingCo. many neighborsfor
;
their cards flow-
telegrams
.; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ming, ,
V A k
n9 ers. To all who shared our sor-
Elco Lane and Hamp Vernon;
row by acts, words deeds of
Paradise 117 OES
) Chapter ; kindness during our hour of
I II
r Marshall and Jacobs Families
,. ,
s grief. Special thanks to o u r
Budwelser and Busch Bavarian
a I: 't Brownsville Social Leader Club, minister, Rev. P. D. Brantley,
,
officers, members, the No. 1
Solomon Olllff 12th Home-
,
choir of Greater Israel Bethel
: Mrs. D. Hutcherson
-
-{ room sponsor, Primitive Baptist Church fora
wMsFl Mrs.V.. K Smith
f Rev and ,
M silver president Dea.
; purse,
.
1 and 2 usher board, Antioch
Spry R. Davis and members of
Baptist Church, Mr and Mrs. Lodge No. 5 of Grand United

e- ';' ,',:-1 Ola Nesbitt, Booster Club, Order of Pall Bearers, Inc. and
I Fountain Chapel AME Church, ,
Range Funeral Home. We are .
ERNEST L. DAVIS
Tallahassee Fla. Willie 1 4
: Bryant, 1
who departed this life June 2, Esther Edward and Robert very grateful, may God bless
1960. Nolan. you one and all.Signed.

You are not forgotten loved one William Lynch and family, :
Cornelia sister
Nor will you ever be Pinkney,
Dorothy Daniels and family.
As long as life and Bros. and other relatives 41
memory IA and M Local 368, Mr. and

last Mrs. John McMinn, Browns-
We will remember thee ville Association MISS SHIRLEY C. 3YMON-
Improvement ,
Your loving smile, your gentle Magetta Way and Andy Wal- IN MEMORIAMIn ETTE of 1409 NW 1st place

_. __ ____._.u__ _. face den, School ,Bus Students and loving but sad memoriesof died at her home on May 24.
No one can fill your vacant Drive, Mrs. M. Lightfoot, Club She leaves to mourn, her
MRS. LOSSIE GARDNERwho
place. No. 8 of the Faithful Few, I mother, Mrs. Mlllis Symonette,
departed this life June 3, Ah, bitter was the trial to part Stock Room Personal National MR. ANTHONY WHITE two sisters Mrs. June Tow and
who
1962. departed this life May 27,
With sadness recall Mrs. Velma
we Williams three
j Schlitz and Old Milwaukee
Airlines, .
I Sweet are the memories that You had a kindly word for each Friends 1955. brothers Herman of New York
Gladys Young
never fade. Of one we loved Gone but not forgotten.
And died beloved by all. City; Earl and Marcus. Services
but could not save. A broken you rest in peace. I and family. Neighbors on 50th There is an open door at the held May 30 from St.
Mary St. Mrs. Margie Gibson, Agnes
i link we can never replace, but Elease Wilkerson, mother care end of the road Episcopal Church with Father
W D. Morgan and wife Mr.
'our God in heaven who knows Leonard E. Davis, father And we must go alone John E. Culmer
best, took her home to rest; Relatives and Friends and Mrs. Edgar Rodgers Hen- There Is no weeping at the tor officiating
Robert Gordon, husband ry Senior, Pastor's Aid Club of Our heavenly father claims his

Screen and Anderson Antioch Baptist Church, Mr. own. DOVERT WALKER of t128

j Family IN MEMORIAMIn and Mrs. Neal Adams and fam- We miss you dear father. NW 15th St., Florida City died
ily, Jr: Dept. Antioch Baptist Lula White wife
May 25. He leaves to mourn
sad but loving memory of a
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil
Church
I _. Maggie L. Davis, daughterAnd wife Carrie Mae and two child-
------ ------ Jones.
Family ren. The body was shipped to
IN MEMORIAM May God grant each of you Zebulon, Ga., where services
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with blessings.
many
will be heldGARFIELD
In loving memory of our dear Alphonso Walker, son She has 30

mother and grandmother, Johnnie Walker, son years experienceBe

....-' ------' Johnnie Ann Walker, a success In JOHNSON of
grand daughter life. Have a 1822 NW 6th Ave., apt. 2 diedat

ZFn6 Alphonso Jr., Eddie and happy home, get the VA hospital May 29. He

Eric Walker, grandsons the position leaves to mourn a devoted wife,

Ernest Walker, great grandson you want, get Annie, a daughter, Mrs. Fannie

out of the rut Morton, a sister, Hannah, a

F 4r Lue Dessa Walker, by the help of brother Kent nephews and .

daughterinlawHelen God. Let my nieces. Arrangements are incomplete -

.41 W. Walker, years of experience .

+ daughter-in-law help you
In business nnd
In work, in LAMAR EDWARDS, JR., infant .
r CARD OF THANKSThe love. son of Mr. and Mrs. La-

family of the late Your psychic and friends for 30 mar Edwards of 350 NW 10th

HOMER LATIMOREwho )'t'ars. Closed all day Wed. and St., died May 28. Burial arrangements -

departed this life May 20, will be at the big home, 5417 are incomplete.

1963 wish to thank the many S.W. 17th St., Hollywood, Pla.

friends and neighbors for all Healing meeting every Wednesday INFANT GIRL O'HARA

kind expressions of sympathy night. daughter of Mr. and ,
Mrs.
'V Y Ax Frank
,
d V,{,. _____ __ I during their bereavement. CALL IN PERSON O'Hara of 219 NW 10th St., died
/ u.' Special thanks to Rev. D. A.
24.
May Graveside
services held
BESSIE DAVIS Bradley, Rev. C. P. Preston Madam Hunter May 30. .

our' beloved one. who passed and Rev. Sims and thank the
May 25, 1961. many friends who sent lovely 1657 NW 73rd St.

"Sleep on dear one and take floral pieces and to the entire

your rest. We love you but God staff of the House of Albert Miami, Fla. Its ...................
loves best"The for efficient services. To all Sunday 10:30 to 2: p.m. Office
HOLMESwho' you
MRS. FLORENCE hours dally 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. 19-SAFETY-3
thanks
Family we say again.
'departed this life May 30, Licensed by state and county
Essie Mae
1959. May her soul rest in Hosea Esther-Davis Davis,husband daughter Washingtonsister Heading daily.. ......... in Florida i

peace.The Family John II. Davis, son And entire family e2 == 4THE





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FOR SALENO FOR SALE SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1963 PAGE 13 I

ClassifiedFOR I TIMES MIAMI FLA.
QUALIFYING 3-bed- 29G2 NW 59th St. 3-bedroom THE MIAMI ,
I
rooms, appliances, nice street in
house screened
large jaloUsied
,
Manor Park j
down. Life $9,000 with $450 porch, newly painted inside and The Fallstaff Ladies Classicat r

RENT 7th Ave. PL 04371.Realty. 4932 NW outside, fenced in. $79 down, Bunche Lanes Is really pop.pin' ;
$79 month, price $7,900. UN .
and this Is
a
FURNISHED or unfurnished 67229. Mr. Wilson, OX 1-6160. strong, I
BEST BUY
apt. in Opa-locka area. 1-bed- CBS, Florida I scratch league. It has eight
room unfurnished. $15 week, 2- heat room, awnings, fenced, central DUPLEX 4755 NW 16th Ave. Broward teams, standing as follows: Ex.
appliances. $300 down and
bedroom unfurnished. $18, 1. $G9 month. Life Realty, 4932 Gorgeous CBS 2 bedroom for County ecutlves, Pin Poppers, Take
bedroom furnished $21 2-bed- NW 7th Ave. PL you, 1 bedroom to rent. $69
0-4371 Three, Bowlerettes, Jackey
Call
furnished $25. News
rooms ) Mic per month. News Realty, Inc.,
kids Rental Agency. NE 4-0500. NO PL 4-0655. Pins, Satellites, Strikettes, Los. f
Indf QUALIFYING Duplex byWalter ers. Mrs. Willye (Kittle) Blueis
$500 down and move in. Both '
-' ---- president, and Mrs. Carrie
FURNISHED 3-bedroom, 2 Fla. owe I
tt ddM furnished All apartments have 2-bedrooms and M. Peak, secretary.
apt. rooms, air conditioners and
are fully furnished. Lot is
extra
1
utilities, downtown area. $18 ef
many extras in lovely Manor ,
large and -
runs right' into Manor
Call MIckins Rental
ficle Park. See 4114 NW 11th PI.
Park.
Agency. Life Realty. 4&32 NW 7th
NE 40500. Indf Ave. PL 9-4371. Open Sunday.NO NeWs Realty, Inc. PL 4-0655. u House For SaleBY

South Broward Post No. 6189
BEAUTIFUL furnished room. WANT SCHOOL TEACHER to i
QUALIFYING Lovely i will hold its installation OWNER' ,,
Private entrance, private) bath, buy me. I anrt gorgeous CBS VFW '
wall to wall carpet, large closet -+ Florida ly fenced room, In, 2-car heart garage of Manor, ful home with 2 bedrooms, large services Friday, May 31 at the bedroom 2 bath, com- I
with two windows. For nice
Fla. and 3 lots. Chamber of Commerce Build
room garage on '
Park. $500 down and $85
person only. 1855 NW 69th St. month pletely furnished!, air conditioned
down month. See
$500 $92
per .
Life Realty, 4932 NW 7th ave. ing In West Hollywood.The
PL 9-4371 Open Sundays. me at 748 NW 51st St. News with heat control,
3-BEDROOM HOUSE. Hot and Realty, Inc. PL 4-0655.
cold water, enclosed porch. Carver Ranches Fire Perma, Stone home, locatedon
Large, nice house. Living room, LOVELY CBS. Florida room, LOT, located at 47th St. be- corner with extra, lot. r
wall to wall carpeting, appli- Department will meet Monday,
dining room, kitchen. 7119 NW tween 29th and 30th Ave. Extra
20th Ave. Phone OX 16576. Mr. ances, pretty yard with fruit large. Price $3GOO. Call PL June 3, at 8.30: p.m. All mem- Originally 2 apts., easilyconverted '
trees, patio, etc. $350 down and
Dawkins. $76 month. Life Realty. 4932 4-3957 any time after 5 p.m. bers are urged to lie 1 present. back. Beautifully !

NW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371 dally J8 Walter Blotch, president.The landscaped. Substantial
FURNISHED APTS. 1 bedroom -
and :2 bedrooms, very 118! NW 48th St. $600 down. down payment. Should be
clean CBS buildings. Quiet residential $8,9,50$250, total.down Fla., just room got, this one.'. $81 month. Open Sunday 2 to 7 dance of the Gay Ladies seen. Owner, Dominic Giof-
carporte
of West Hollywood was held
area 1879 NW 47th St. : p.m. 2 bedroom CBS. No qualifying -
Adults only. Call Carey's Manor Park area near school} one mortgage. Move rightin. Monday, May 27 at the Para- fre, NE 40933.
$77 month all. Call I
3713622.FURNISHED. pays me Chrlstensen, Reg. Broker, dise Club in Liberia. W. C. Baker
Alexis Ben-Korl, Realtor, 714 751-7022 furnehed the music. It was 5509 N.W. 30th Ave.
NW G2nd St. Kites PL 0-5533. a grand success. Many thanks
1 bedroom apt. . .
Days PL to those who attended. , .*-*- -,.- -*
for single
a person or young

couple, quiet, near Grandwayand OPEN. See 737 N 41st St. 2 nice BOAttblNG#OR RENT HOUSE3 Oil SALt child -. __. .----, __._.___ _______. .or
transportation. 1225 NW or
5Gth St. 7578228. CBS homes on one lot. Ideal nursery. 13 rOOnls, 5 Maths, fully
for 2 families for
rental in-
or NIGHTINGALE
equipped. 2020 W. Fldgler St
come. Only $500 down with
G-ROOM HOUSE. 3011 NW bank financing, $13,000. Total.
56th St. Phone NE 58976. This is a' terrific buy. Call me, POSITION WANTED COLLEGE56th

Alexis Ben-Kori Realtor, 714
DOCTOR DENTIST office, I NW G2nd St. Nltes PL 0-5533, MECHANIC, age 55 wants permanent PHYSICIAN'S. ASSISTANT CLASS
5818 NW 12th Ave. PL 44484. Days PL 43131. Job, 5 or 5% days a
_ week. 35 years experience. All
HOUSE. $60 month. Stove and kinds of cars, tractors and Beginning Tuesday, June 4, 1963
refrigerator. Prefer adults. 7776 IIKLP WANTED trucks. All kinds of small mot-
NW 14th Ct. NURSE. RN or LPN, full timeor ors. Also a welder. Call TW Air Conditioned! Classrooms
part time. Christian Hospital. 4-8723. Broomes Garage, MainSt.
LARGE modern, cool room. NE 5-0961. ., Chatsworth, N. J. Jl 264 N.W. 5th Street FR 3-1675

For< single, clean, intelligent ..- f
man, with reference. Reasonable I -
rent 1130 NW 65th St. The 1963 Graduating Class I IJACKSON'S

2-BEDROOM APT. Contains SPECIAL QUICK SUCCESS ADVICE
built'ln gas oven and range\nd TODDLE INN
refrigerator, free ,gas and water. Jlllilt Rive after you get Get success and happiness, money,

$22. O ped week. 3128 NW 56thSt. Invites you to Attend the quirk dully blessings", GOf lc'l.) My success method 'Ig gnnrnntcxMl. :'. I
., apt. 3. Call HI 8.1119.
2-BEDROOM APT. Contains Seventeenth Graduating Exercises Are you crossed, inlsfrrnlcd' ? Remember, faith' la the

built-in gas oven and range and substance of things' hoped for ,and
refrigerator Free gas and elec- Thursday evening, June 6, 1963, 730 o'clock seen Hebrew 111. flood success always Miflflfy' and compel -
trle and water. $25 per week.
3350 NW 51st St. Call HI BETHUNE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL you to fully bellovo. Dally, loco Key. K. Fields' ,., Hrook-

81119.
2000 N.W. 43HD TERRACE haven, N.Y. or phono 51fl-At' 61120.

NICE, YOUNG working girl to
share fully furnished two bedroom :MII& I. B. JACKSON, Supervisor'

home. Private bed room
with six: windows. Hot and cold
Water. Outdoor dining patio.
Kitchen: privileges. Call at 2750
NW 60th St. after six weekdaysall AUTO LIABILITY'INSURANCE TryDonQRum
day Sunday. References ex
changed.A .

FURNISHED bedroom in 00
a nice home, hot and cold .t5if $1 0 for You!
water, telephone and tile bath "DEPOSIT Finest
near room. Quiet area. $10 per

week.preferred.Call 7518905. Settle man S.R. 22's Filed Starts Your Weekly ApplicationBalance and Rum 80 Proof U.S. Dist Schieffelin & Co. N.Y.

On the spot Monthly Jun8
FURNISHED 2-bedroom apt.
$25 per Week, inquire at HI NO ONE TURNED DOWN
C-2430 or FR 40114. Mrs.
EJoyce D. Watson. J15. Insurance Agency Inc.
Auto Liability STAR MEAT MARKET

STORE suitable for office barber 799 N.W. 54th, ST.
shop, or any type of busi- MIAMI OFFICE:
ness, across from school, park-
BROWARD BLVD. 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
ing. 727 NW 20th St. HI 43343. FORT LAUDERDALE 929 W.

NICE, BIG*r- furnished efficiency Open Monday & Friday 8 n.m. to 8 p.m. .

near everything, fenced cor Tnes., Wed. Thur 8 a.m. to 5:30: flat. 8 n.m. to 2 p.m.

ner, all utilities, cheap. Days for everyone at both locations' SERVICE
Free gifts WITH COURTEOUS
THE MARKET
5-8 NW
p.m. Sundays 95. 7711. - *
.. > 1111 i f
-
8th Ave. -
2 BATHS CBS v
3 BEDROOMS -
BEDROOri COTTAGE apt., 75th St. $16,000
also a room !In quiet home. 1012 Plus CBS guest house. 801 N.W. Fresh Meat-Low PricesNEW
2-bedroom[
NW'' 75th St. Phone 8-1925. $600 cash $103 pays all. Can be used a. ,
and live absolutely -
1 bath plus efficiency, plus guest house
LOVELY house for small family rent free. Partly furnished!lOne FHA
convenient to stores and
buses, fenced yard. $20 per mortgage. Exclusive. PL 41841.

week. Can buy $100 down balance GUNSON REALTY, Inc. QUALITY HOMES
like rent. NE 55566.

e .- 3 Bedrooms, 3 bath, garage
:$18 PER WEEK. Six room un-
55th St.
furnished house, free gas and BEDROOM FLORIDA ROOM Owner at 1388 N.W.
water, stove and refrigerator.
6043 NW 24th Ave. 776 N.W. 46th Street Extra large comer lot Open 3-S p.m.

$11,000 $500 cash $84 month. No qualifying or 2920 N.W. 50th StreetLot
MONEY?
NEED EXTRA
Earn $40 $80 weekly: in your red! tape! No closing cost. Range and refrigerator. for sale Build no money down'
spare time selling the lovely Carporte. Big work hop in rear. I1J't lot*. Hurryon
and homes
lots
new line of Eve Nelson cos- this one I Cash Paid for
metics from Fifth Ave., N.Y. Baron Licensed Builder JE 8-1340 JE 2-4343
No experience necessary. Call GUNSON REALTY: Inc., PL 4-1841 =,
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salute to a grand man"
'tI was the theme at our PTA
meeting. Much to the surpriseand
amazement of our princi-
\ pal, the Grand Man was none
than Mr W. C. Cogdell. Because

of his many years of servicein
the field of education and riy.
I because of the many years of a
service to the Bethune School

and the community, a program '
was given in his honor. 'I

Each grade group participated -
and truly made the occasionone
to be long remembered.

Visiting with us were former ..
members of th Bethune Faculty x q
who have various promo-
y rf tions. These persons worked
f A k under the auspices of our prin-
< cipal: Mr Isaac Meares, princi
pal Frances Tucker Elemen-
tary School; Mrs. Agenorla
. King and Queen Crowned at LCE j Paschal, assistant principal-

curriculum, Holmes Elemen-
Above are smiling recipientsof Others pictured In the royal tary School; Frank Rivers, principal -
the honors of King and court are Annie Fortson, Sarah West Dunbar Elementary;
Queen and runners-up culmi- Wallace. Leroi Levan and Michael Mrs Verneka Silva, assistant
nating the May Day activities Horne principal, Carver High; Frank
at Liberty City Elementary Woodard, guidance counselor,
School. Second grader, Cecil Other activities Included platting Booker T. Washington High.
Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. the Mav Pole by membersof
Charlie Johnson and student of the Student Council. Each Mrs. Maude Chandler, principal -
Mrs. Bertha Jackson, was grade was represented Pine Villa sent greetings Debbie's I
crowned king. dances and Color Day by was group In Mr. Meares spoke for the group Playland King and Queen
and expressed appreciation to
Second grader, Elsada Tho- evidence everywhere decked: In as all students Mr. Cogdell for helping them to We thank our patents and ner of NW 48th St. and 27th
mas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. colors were the school accomplish these goals. With friends for their cooperation
John Thomas and student of orange and green. the singing of "He's a Jolly during our May King and Ave.We
Mrs. H. D. Jones, was crowned This affair was sponsored by: Good Fellow," the principalwas Queen contest. King Is Luther extend wonderful best wishes to you.
for summerj8.Mrs.
queen. the Student Council, Mrs. Mary moved to tears and stated, Douglas Purnell, son of the late a
Frderlck Ashby and Barbara Flovd, sponsor. "He hoped that his life had Influenced Luther Douglas Purnell Sr.,
Wooden were accorded 2nd hon Mary F. Williams principal someone to do better and Mrs. Margie; Purnell of 8018
; ors. than he had done and accomplished South Park Ave., Chicago, 111. Thomas' Pupil
more in whatever they Queen Is Michelle Monica Carey,
CARVER HIGH undertake! daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sherman
A. Carey of 1741 NW 48th Have RecitalOn
Dorsey ChorusIn The 4-H Club held Its annual Friday, May 24 was Student St., Miami. Princess Is Karen
Candlellghtlng) ceremony on Government Day. The day began Patricia Moore, daughter of Mr. last Sunday afternoon 11
Tuesday May 14. with devotional
ConcertThe The a period and Mrs. Bennie Moore of 7560 of Mrs. Frances Thomas' piano
: Impressive ceremony Judy Carter, principal,, presid- NW 14th place, Miami. PrinceIs students were presented In recital -
was highlighted with included
musical ing.
Participants the
Dorsey Jr. High School selections Valance Selwyn Clark, son at her home.
poetry, Student Council officers for
Interpretative the
chorus will present its annual of Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Clarkof
Spring Concert this Friday, dancing and short orations ensuing school year. Theda 1337 NW 41st St., Miami. The The following students per-
rendered by 4-H Club mem- James, president-elect, delivered formed works by Auber, Aaron,
May 31 at 8 p.m. In the school! bers. I little princess Is Patricia Beverly
auditorium.The a resume of the purpose of Harris daughter of Mr. and Thompson, Nunez Salnt-Saens.
selections will LaLeatrlce Jones one of Carver's the Student Council in the Beethoven, Handel, Haydn and
range Mrs. Edward L. Harris of 1046
most talented musicians school. Gall Powedd Charles
elementary
from Bach to modern Jazz. Fea Audrey Mozart: ,
tured soloists and music to sat. furnished sion. music for the occa- Campbell, vice president-elect, NW 41st St. Fortsoh, Sharon Davis, Maxine

isfy all. Admission $1.00, stu- gave the highlights of Student You are Invited to attend the Brooks, Donna need, Ernestine
Miss Government The
Victoria M. Simpson Day. school
,
dents 50 cents.
William S. Johnson is con- Countv Demonstration Agent, family found this day a most commncement program, Friday Strickland, Ada Brode, Stella
ductor; Mrs. Berthenla White, presented medals and certificates Interesting and rewarding one June 14, 7:30: p.m., Salters Smith, Jan Lowery, Carolyn
accompanist; Eric Knight, Jazz to LaLeatrice for work for those sixth graders who Chapel AME Churth at the cot. White and Brian Thomas,
combo! E. K. Lockhart, principal in Child Development, Mona achieved In academic work and
Bethel for outstanding leader- leadership ability.
ship and Georgia Marshall for The sixth graders
presented
Food and Nutrition A U. S. their annual school closing B
HOLMES ''ELEMENTARY Savings Bond and medal were gram; on Wednesday morning pro., V C
presented to Carol Ann Davis May 29 In the cafetorlum. The
The final PTA for for becomlncr
meeting county and state
program was enjoyed by all.
the 1962-63 school winner of the Break
year was Making
Many parents and friends attended
held May 27 at 8 p.m. in the Contest. this affair. Congratulations AUTO RADIATOR SERVICE
cafetorlum. The officers electedfor Mrs. Jimmye Jones and Miss to the sixth -
graders and
the ensuing year were: Mrs. Diane Smith are the adult lead- their
Carrie Davis, president; Mrs. ers who are helping to fttldpthis sponsors program for; In such the an after.interesting 1 Hour Service Credit Available
Clara Mae Bowles vice; Mrs. energetic group of 4-H
Bolden mp1Y1berR."Readlnll". noon, they participated in a \\niu YOU WAIT
Dorothy secretary; Miss Dansante which was given in
Andrea Lewis, assistant; Mrs. Is now the pass- honor of them. Come In for free checkup
Loreatha Pecke, treasurer; Mrs. word on Carver's campus and 8 POINT SYSTEM
it appears that all of the -
Catherine Peterson, chairmanof students -
are talking about attending Remove Itndlntnr Vom o Back Flush Engine Block
membership committee. We I
Cnr Check witter A hoses
are looking forward to a successful the. summer reading program DR. M. RADIN Clean and Rod Radiators' Test Radiator pump for Leak,
.
PTA next year. I Sunday 10 n.m. 12 noon and
The Carver Hornets Test ThermoMnt and Repair
We extend gratitude to Garth are more Pressure Paint and Install Radiator
than happv to have General Practice Cap
Reeves won all of
our past president for .
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.

SOCIAL SECURITY SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1963 PAGE) 15

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VETERAN'S CORNERThis


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N uv.n.-.n.I+. .&.or-i.aA (This column Is ))relnr'dV'ek.* QUIZ CORNER:
lv nt the VA office, 084 West
Flngler St., Miami for Informa Q. What are the active service
Shakespeare said, "defer no lion of veterans In this Area) requirements a veteran must
times delays have dangerous meet in order to 'get a penslqn
ends?:' This advice could applyto THESE CHANGING (?) for total and permanent non-
TIMES service-connected disability
i, 1'i severely disabled workers
who fall to check with the social "America, it seems, has sent A. A veteran may be eligible
i security office about their enough food abroad this year for a pension if he has 00 days
to feed 10 million people. And of active service, part of which
eligibility for disabled benefits. we get all the beans." was during wartime, unless the

Edward P. Blonston, managerof Does that sound like a quote I veteran was discharged sooner
the Miami North Social Security from yesterday's newspaper? due to a service connected dis
office, has pointed out Actually it is out of the famous ability. The veteran must have
that some disabled workers and WWI "Stars and Stripes," published received a discharge under oth-
be in France, issue of April er than dishonorable conditions.
their families may not get-
5, 1918.
ting social security disability in-
surance benefits because they "RS INSURANCE" Vacation in the Mountains

have not applied for them. Fur For all you Korean veterans
ther, delay can cost the dis- who are still carrying RS Insur- For complete) ) rest and relaxation
L abled worker benefits because ance, you had better let that plan to spend your raoa
y xR there is a limit bn the paymentof "RS" stand for "React-soon." lion nt the LAN DIN A GUESTHOUSE
back benefits. In addition, a Because why? Because there are
high In the cool
moun-
who waits for
person more about 4,810 Florida veterans
than 18 months after he has who have only until September loins In llondorsonvlUc, N. C.PrUntc .
become disabled before apply- 13, 10G3 to take advantage of rooms'" and baths and
On May 10 the pupils teachers Carrol ing for benefits may find that the special insurance dividend. the finest food. For detail
en and Deborah Barnes.
he meet the work
longer You must to
can no convert a perma-
parents and friends of Jack Anthony Shirley 10G2 May write
requirements. nent plan, or exchange your
son Toddle Inn celebrated their
King and Catherine McKhann, present term policy for differ- Hollis Landrum
annual May Twilight queen, led the procession to the Disabled individuals also are ent type term insurance which
Queen of the May, Little throne and relinquished their reminded by Mr. Blonston that costs only a third of what the"RS" 710 1st Ave., W.
Grace Ann Herring, was lovely crowns to the new King and I disability benefits can: be paid term costs. If you are one Hendersonville N. C.
in the royal gown of pink. Sheis Queen. only to those under age 64% I of their veterans, come in to ,
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Emma Thomas Spicer years and those who have been the VA office and discuss it -..IIBARKLEY'S
Willie Herring.The crowned the current king andqueen. working in employment or self. with a contact representative.
She also presented employment covered by social
king Kearson
Eugene
I
security for at least
awards. 5-year
most handsome. He is the
was
The students were attired in period out of the 10 years before -
of Mr. and Mrs.
son Henry
Kearson. their gay costumes, then sang disability began. The con CUT-RATE STORE
and danced to the theme of dition must be such that the
Princess Kim Thomas, the "Dance on Cloud 9." Activitieswere worker Is unable to do any
FIUENUIJSTOUC WITH THE WAU1WELCOllB"
daughter of Mr and Mrs. Char concluded with the tra- kind of work in the words of "TilE
lie Thomas, was pretty in yellow -I ditional plaitting of the May the law "unal/le to engage in 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376
attire. Pole. any substantial gainful activity i
The prince, Duane McBurse, Mrs. I. B. Jackson, supervisor ." Inability to continue in Dolls from $3.08 to $11.08 Old Splco' Cologne
son of Mr. and Mrs. William ; Mrs. Ruth E. Copeland, May former work is not necessarily Blench and Glow Crcnm 75* 11'01'If'! '' $ta
McBurse exhibited charm. Day chairman; Mrs. Lillian Davis sufficient to qualify for dis- Old 07 Ilcrgntnont Hnlr Wrlaley French Lllnc
benefits under social SO nnd $100 Hnth Oil $1.00
The crown bearers were Stev. reporter. ability DrcNKlng' *
security. Straightening rongpulnld Room
Combs 70)* to $2.08 Vnpnrbrr reg. $2, only $1.89
Therefore, check with your Hair Coloring ,15* to $1.25: Rojnl, Keno: and I'o-Ke-No:
BUNCIIE PARK I Friendship Charity social security office promptly
After many months of sincere about your rights to social security OPEN DAILY ANI SUNDAY 8 AM.\ to 10 P.M.\

efforts and worthwhile achieve- And Social 'Club disability Insurance bene JOHN A, McMINN, Owner
ments members of the faculty fits. As Mr. Blonston said, "It is TOYS AND GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
ended its self-study practlcum The Friendship Charity Club better to"find out than it is to
On May 7 at 3.15: the culminat- held its regular meeting at Mr. lose out.. I
ing activity was held in the and Mrs. Cox's lovely home. -
school cafetorium. The pro- The business portion of the
pram included an Introduction, meeting was conducted by the j r-- Moderate Rates Call
at -
by Mrs. I. Fryson in which president and reports were The Finest Apartments
slides were used to depict the made. The social session of the
organization of the praotlcum meeting was enhanced by the
ccommlttee and some of the delicious treat served by the
activities presented by the hostess, Mrs. Annie Fayson. We
groups. A representative from also celebrated Mrs. Flemming's J BONDED
each committee gave a brief l/irthday.
summation of the year's work
and presented recommendations Members present were Mes-
for the coming year. dames Maud RossbRachel Coleman -

Among our guests were pa- Edna RENTAL
rents from the community and Thomas, Verdel Cox, Mattie
representatives from schools in Carey, Louise Albury, Bessie
the county. Mrs. Josephine Williams, Elizabeth McLeen,
Mackey, principal of Nathan B. and Mrs. Fleming Verdell Cox,
Young and William Lango, principal president; Frankle Dunn, pub- AGENCY INC.
of North County Elemen- licity. ,
tary brought their entire facul-
ty. The representative from
Dade County School Board was Join The NAACP! I %I
Mrs. Catherine Walton. The largest collection and rental
Our final PTA meeting of the
year was held Monday May 6. in the South operating in
Our officers for the coming agency ;
"year were installed by Mrs. Men WantedFOR '
'Sweeting, president for the Dade and Broward Counties'
County Council of Parents and
Teachers. The new slate of of-
fleers are Mrs. Idella Simmons, fj. Li. ItllOOKH Negro Housing areas.
president; Mrs. Geneva Williams RadioTelevision
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Jackson 2nd vice; Mrs. Emily
Louis, recording! secretary: Mrs. MAINTAINING MORE THAN
AND
Bernice Dorsett. financial sec-
retary; Archie McKay, treasurer
; Mrs. Lerra Bell, chaplain; 10,000 HOUSING UNITS
and Mrs. Helen Stubbs, report Electronics
er. service at main office '
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HE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. I Sheriff Starts New Push On Numbers Racket 1

PAGE' 16 SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1963
It was disclosed Monday by the Public Safety Departmenthave
Sheriff T. A. Buchanan that a been ''reminded that they
special four-man squad, Including are responsible for the enforc- Anthony FrazierWeddihg
a Negro and a Spanish ment of all laws , including
speaking detective, had been lottery and other forms of vice.
assigned to break down illegal
in Dade The county manager said that
gambling operations
In the of largS
"there have been statements in presence a
! County the past hat "isomo uniformmen circle of relatives and friends,
ARCHIE ' Some 20 detectives are being had the feeling they were the Rev. Father Donald A. Anthony -
given special instruction on surveillance not to investigate bollta opera- and Miss Jacquelyn T.
, As,$ of numbers operationsto tions." Frazier were joined in holy
FINDER assist the special squad, Buchanan matrimony in a double-ring
said. He said, "No officer should ceremony performed by the
feel he is to walk in a straight Rev. L. A. Thompson on Frl-
-----
I HAVE a Review Copy of In a memorandum to County path without looking from side ,May 11.
Garvey aroused Negroes with Manager Irving McNayr, Buchanan to side."
"American Civilization on The attendants Mrs. D.
such sayings: said that all officers in were
Trial"-100 years after the The squad will be under the Wilcox and Charles W. Tho
Emancipation Proclamation." "Black men, you were once supervision o{ Lt. Richard Pla- mas. The affair and receptiontook
Its pages reveal predictions ut great, you shall be great again. would be ger, head of the vice section, the commodious
dedicated his place at
tered some 40 and more years Lose not courage, lose not faith, way." Buchanan said, and craokdown
ago by such men as Marcus Gar- go forward. The thing to do is Smilling, he would say "thanks. would extend to all numbers ac home of Mr. and Mrs. Cedrlc
vey, David Walker, John Brown get organized; keep separatedand --.PD tivities: including buyers, sellers Carr in Richmond Heights,

Frederick Douglass, etc. about you will be exploited, you 1IAMM Writes Press,I writers, messengers and
the booming uprising of the will be robbed, you will be kill GREGG : Father Anthony is priest at
Negro. ed. Get organized and you will the new set-up at the club counting houses. St. Peter's American Catholic
(the Sunrise Clover) !in Fort
the world to respect
compel Church, and the bride is a
David Walker, was a free Negro you. If the world fails to give Lauderdale is really worth your Dad
Carolina who trip that is, if you're look- teacher in the County
from North you consideration, because you up Join the NAACP!
settled in Boston where he earned black because are ing for new atmosphere and Public School System
are men, you
. ...
that's not
In entertainment costly - '
a living collecting rags. re Negroes, four hundred millionsof
sponse to Thomas Jefferson, you shall through organization but worth more. Come up and
who had referred to the Negro's shake the pillars of the see me Gregg . Pasco
color as "unfortunate" David universe and bring down crea- Reynolds pop-called in town FORD REAL ESTATE SPECIALS!
Walker shouted "My Colour tion, even as Samson brought this Week. Call be tabbed business
will yet root some of you out down the temple upon his head . Llllie and Albert
of the very face of the earth! and upon the heads of the Phil- Johnson (She's THE 3rd Ave. See us for a place 'to live. You can buy cheaper than
America is more our country istines." beauty shop operator) of Buchanan
than it is the whites -- we have ._..--ru St., Richmond Hts are you can rent. .
enriched it with our blood and mailing invites 'to their June
tears." DID YOU MISS something {0 christening of daughter Gloria
this year at a. special date, time Loretta's reception that I --.
.Marcus Garvey, the Martin and place? Well I really don't evening. I dare you to ask her
Luther King of 1020's' was per see how you didn't. Every yearn why she named the little cutie 1-728 NW 61st Street $500 down
haps the man who focused the Elliott J. Pleze would Gloria!
April
Negro on himself "We are the place his order for Reunion In PB Large bedroom CBS home. Large living room,
descendents of a suffering vites. His words were I like dining room, kitchen.
TIIK NOBLE BUDDIES, a Co-
the
people; we are descendentsof
have them in schools
to; long
a people determined to sufferno before students leave." I know, conut Grove social matinee club dances, is plan in 2-1286 NW '59th St. $250 down $69 month
ning Sunday
longer" said Garvey
I[ was very close to EJP. WhenIt that area Fabulous Flagler Nice CBS home. Good for small family. PaY' only
Marcus Garvey, a West. Indian came to Reunion Time or Dog Track's grand opening of
used his "Negro World" BTW Alumni affairs. "Press"as its 1963 season is Saturday, dna mortgage.

newspaper to reach the masses. he down would call know me, don't have let Known as the nation's show 3-N.W. 77th St. andl/ 10th Ave. $300 ddwn $63 Mo.
Nearly overnight' it attained a me you we (win or place) place of Greyhound
circulation of over 200,000. It to give them everything to racing, it will extend its bedroom CBS and Florida room.
was the mouthpiece of his Uni- come home to. season into Sept. . James
versal Negro Improvement Asslciation. He's not here this year. He Home who assembles these 4-NW 17th Ave. & SOth St. $250 down $22 week

(UNIA.) missed his first Reunion. I am pages together and sometimes Nice house .on bus line

hoping that in the middle of all leave out some of my importantitems
6 NW 31st Ave. 67th St. down
t -r $300 $75 Mo.
Dade celebrations, presentations, etc. celebrated his birthday
County Young '
Democratic Assn. just one minute of meditation Tuesday by Working tsk! tskl! Nice clean 3-bedroom home. Move right in

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Annual Boat Ride sale. Live rent' free. Also see our 2 houses on 1 lot

Wedned'ay' July 3, 8 p.m. JET TV CLINICHOME deal.

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Bay SERVICE CALLS $1.00 Rent this house today. Move right in
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tile bathroom, fully land? '81 CAD. .$3096 $79.97 '59 OLDS $1041 $40.63 '59 PLYM $621 $27.21
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