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Title: Miami Times
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Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: June 8, 1963
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40th YEAR, No. 41 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1963 16 PAGES 10 CENTS
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' Policeman Caught HoldingUp Dade School Board I i I




Service StationA Claims Total IntegrationPersonnel



local policeman Tuesday Zollman if anything was wrong. Will be 'best qualified: of whatever race
night admitted holding up a The latter replied, "This man or creed. .
service' station at 1113 NW just held me up. The Hoard's statement. read, -
54th St., because he "was hard Assigned Freely ,in part: '
pressed for money." Nicholson recognized his fellow -
officer, arrested Gerald By a unanimous vote Wed- "We do not believe we can
Patrolman Samuel Gerald, and took his service gun. nesday, Dade County School teach democracy In 'our schools
26, of 439 NW 8th St., made the without demonstrating our be-
admission, resigned and was The victim told police that Board affirmed its faith In de- lief in democracy in the way
Jailed on charges of armed rob- Gerald walked Into the service I mocracy and clarified its policyon the schools are operated.
bery., station and asked for clgarets. L hiring and assignment.
When Zollman turned around,! "All employes are hereby
Gerald was arrested by Policeman he said he faced the barrel of, School employees were put notified that they are expectedto
:: Willie Nicholson. a gun. He handed over $29 to t on notice that this Is a racially teach or work with other
Shortly after 4 a.m. Tuesday the bandit. school system and employes to teach pupils, and
Nicholson saw Emory Zollman, integrated to supervise or be supervisedIn
of 1750 NW 23rd Terr., atten- Zollman said that Gerald told their assignments will be made their work by other em-
dant at the Direct Oil Co. filling him to accompany him down "without regard" for the creedor ployes without regard for the
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station, and a Negro walk the street. Nicholson saw the Miami TimesPublisher's color of any individual creed or color of any individual.
ing on the street- two a short time later and
i The notice was rafted by "This is. an Integrated school
Pulling alongside, he askedJ stopped them. Wife
board chairman, Mrs. Lyle Roberts system and should be under. t
"in response to the state- stood as such by all persona
Dies at 78 ment calling for racial equality connected with it."'
made by religious leaders of all I
3 Teachers Fired JudgesTo Mrs. Rachel Jane Reeves, faiths In Miami last week" "It Is also the' policy of this
; wife of the publisher of the In board that all positions are
pol-
change
It signaled no
to all applicants regard-
I Miami Times, died at 0:40: p.m. open
she '
1 1Jut
Roberts sal<
Thursday at Christian Hospital. icy, Mrs. less or creed or color and every
She was 78 years old. thought it wise to notify em- effort will be mace to secure-
Hear CasesAll and future employeesfrom
ployees -
Her immediate survivors include other counties and states the best qualified" person for

her husband Henry: four that Jobs will be filled by the every vacancy
of Dade County's retired George C. Bolles, School I daughters, Hazel Grant, Clarice ;

circuit Judges but one-were Board attorney, suggested that Littles Doreen Young and Fran.
voted the school board Wed the judges be listed alphabetically ces Jolllvette; a son, Garth: two
by and called In rotation to brothers, Canon Charles F. 950 Grads Finish 5
nesday to act as $15 per hour take care of all cases that arise. Cooper and Joseph Cooper of '

hearing examiners in cases involving The board, accepted the idea. Philadelphia; a sister, Gertrude(
school Haven of Nassau, Bahamas
suspended sys- ,
Bolles asked that his law part.
and nine
tem employes.The ner, Ex-Circuit Judge John W. grandchildren n. High Schools Here : ; ,/ ,
dates for hearing the'' Prunty ,be disqualified. Funeral services will be held r
Those to be asked to serve Monday morning 10 o'clock -
cases of three suspended teach are Judges Irving Cypen, Rob- from the Church of the Incar- 375 in ,Class at for 200 Friday, 3 p.m. at Dade
ers will be set,later. ert Floyd, Vincent C. Giblen, nation with the Rev. Theodore County 'Auditorium, and Oeo.

The teachers awaiting dates Phillip Goldman, George E. Jones officiating. The Range Washington Carver, Senior' High
Holt, Richard Hunt and Stan Funeral Home is In charge of NorthwesternAlmost will graduate 100 at its audi-
for hearing are Annie D. Clarkof ley Milledge. I arrangements.Some torium at 8 p.m.. ,
1090 NW 56th St., third grade a thousand students
and fourth grade teacher will receive high school diplomas Monday at 3 p.m. North
.- R. E. Lee 'Elementary; In Dade County, and say western Senior High will give
375 at Dade County
ald A. Smith of 1552 NW atMiami Calls farewell to their alma maters diplomas Auditorium.to -
St., third grade teacher at Clergy within the next five days.
same school, and Clyde W. Tuesday, June 11. 3
son of 1891 NW 154th St. Industrial Booker T Washington will North Dado Senior High will
arts teacher at North hold commencement' exercises graduate 125 at Dade County

Dade Junior-Senior High For Equal Rights Auditorium, and at 8 pm.: 150
will receive diplomas from
Johnson Is charged with Incompetence I Mays Senior High, ..Miami
and Miss Clark and A group of Greater.' 'Miami committees were also Little Interest in leach Auditorium. '
Smith are charged with immor religious leaders met last, Fri- appointed to work on pressing
ality. day and issued a nine-point local problems which might In the five schools' listed) exercises -
statement expressing their be erupt Before then. Job TrainingProgram will bo ,held for' 050
A special legislation enacted lief in equal rights and calling graduates.
in Tallahassee last month for community-wide action to The statement Is to he distributed -
permits the Dade School Boardto guarantee them.A among all the churchesand
delegate its hearings to an general meeting on interracial synagogues In the Greater
examiner. The examiner will Miami
relations was proposedfor area.
his the Cooks andWaitresses
report findings to "the
this fall to effect reme-
board and recommend disposition It was signed by Bishop
of the case. dies so necessary" and imperative Coleman F. Carroll, head of the NeededLack
I at this time. I Catholic Diocese of Miami, who

presided; James L. Duncan, of Interest among the
Suffragan, Episcopal Diocese of unemployed in job training
South Florida; Rabbi Solomon courses with pay, has threatened
Schlff, president of, the Rabbinical the program with a shutdown.
Association; Luther S. Harry I.. Tyson, manager of tiri J :
Pierce executive ,director cf the Florida State ,Employment
the Greater Miami Council of Service said here Thursday. !
Churches; Rev. Edward T. Gra "I hope the Jobless will wake
ukL ham, president of the Minis- up and realize that this / ,
terial Alliance; Rabbi Joseph he their last chance to get off
y1h w A. 'Narot of the American Jew the wclfarei, rolls ,and become
t 0 ish Committee and the Rev. economically Independent," Raid s
Theodore R. Gibson, president Tyson.
I of the Miami branch of the ,
NAACP. The class for training cooks
and waitresses, scheduled to ri
open Monday, will have to be
postponed) because only six of
Miamian Heads the 70 persons needed for the RIn/ 1sl. ,., L

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State Med Ass'nDr. Tyson said, "Not only will Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Walter
we pay them to take the train.! Streets Senior of 2856 Price i

George Kenneth Sands, ing but when they graduate in Ave., Fort Myers, are announcing --
six weeks their chance of getting
the of their
local dentist, took over Thurs engagement
Is excellent. Now
good jobs
J. I daughter. Lennie Ruth to Ron-
i day as president of the Florida we have between 40 and 60. ald Alexander ,Smith, son of
State Medical Dental and Phar waitresses positions open and Mr. and Mrs. James Smith. of
maceutical, Association. He succeeds not a /single "applicant to send Miami. '
to employers.
Simon C. Barnes of Belle
STATE CHAMPS Miami McCarthy, ; Joan Thompson, He said! that courses in auto Miss Streets is a 1962 grad-
Northwestern High School girl's Darnella Smith, Chedetta BuL- Glade. body repairmen and mechanicswere uate of the Tuskegee Institute
tennis team topped all compe- lard, Shirley McKenzie James The group i is holding Its 67th filled; that those for typists School of Nursing in Alabama.
tition this year to win the State Cummings L. S. Walker, assis- convention stenographer and calcu- Mr. Smith Is a graduate of
championship. Shown above tant coach. .Kneeling:, Julius annual:: on the cam. lating$ machine operators have Southern University In Louis-
standing are: Brown and Theophllus Worrell. pus of Florida A&M Universityat also been filled and the sessions iana. A July wedding Is being

James Baker, coach!; Arthur. JSee[ story on page 7. Tallahassee. will begin shortly.'. planned.r _,





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I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. The Cwest Club k ',Q re t '

Mrs. Ruth N. Polite was the
PAGE 2 SATURDAY JUNE 8, 1963 chairman-hostess to the Cwest

Club on Tuesday evening May
28. We were entertained in the
1 !. spacious banquet roo m of
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S t fir the Hampton House. The
.v S s MM1 tables were very pretty, cover- .
table cloths 1 1Y5f /
ed with sky blue
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and napkins to match. A delicious -
dinner was served at
eight o'clock and we enjoyed it
very much.
After dinner we held our
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BEST WISHES to Rev. Fr. electing party nominees.We meeting, the president, Mrs. M. dr
and Mrs. Donald Anthony on wish this group much sue- Athalie Range presided, and
their recent marriage. Mrs. success in all their endeavors. quite a bit of business of Im- .
portance was transacted. :
Anthony is the former Jac- This Weing the last meetingfor
quelyn Frazier, a teacher at GET WELL WISHES: Mr. the club year the presi-
Douglas Elementary School. "Bill" Newbold, father of Joyce- dent wished each member a ; + %
lyn Burrows; Mrs. Louise lovely vacation. Mrs. Blanch
Barnes of Opa-locka, who is re Dean thanked the hostess. S wl ., ,
Mil. AND MRS. Alexander cuperating after recent surgery; Members present were Mes- o
Brooks left the city last weekto Little Dannysu Francis, daughter dames Mattie Barkley, Daisy f

attend the funeral of Mr' of Dan and Sue Francis, I Mrs. Elizabeth Higgs announces Benson, Eddie Daniels, Mena Mr. and Mrs. John Greene
Brooks' father in Savannah, Ga who. was _confined, to VarietyChildren's the forthcoming mar- Jackson, Lucille RIou, Addie Sr., 3731 2nd place, West Bir-
Hospital LeEtta Thomas Wini
riage of her grand daughter, fred Sampson, mingham, Ala., announce the I
Francena Louise Williams to Next Thompson.regular meeting will be marriage of their oldest daughter -
MEMBERS: OF Alpha Phi Alpha OUR SINCERE sympathy to Mr. Abraham H. Rahming, son I with the president, Tuesday, Catherine Lanora, to Earl
fraternity and their friends- Caretha Bawl, principal at J. R. of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham H. Oct. 8. D. B. Slater, reporter. DInkins,. son of the )late Mr
danced to the music of Billy E. Lee Elementary School, on Itahming Sr. on Sunday, June Scott DInkins and Mrs. Lelia
Rolle's band last Wednesday the death of her father who 30 at St. Agnes Episcopal Dinkins, Savannah. The wed-
'at the Biscayne Starlight Room. I was funeralized last Saturday. Church. ding is set for June 30 at Hope-
The affair honored the 1963 well Baptist Church in Bir-
Alpha Queen, and her atten- mingham, Ala.
dants. Queen of 1962, Alfreda CARRIE AND KENNEDY: Wheatley Social ClubThe
Portier surrendered her crownto MUMFORD: ana children mot- Miss Greene is presently: engaged -
the new queen, Bobbie Zieg ored to Pensacola to attend her Phyllis Wheatley Art in teaching at the Mays
ler. Cora Kinsey was the at- aunt's funeral last week.e and Social' Club met at the homeof High School, where she has
tendant. This lovely affair Mrs. R. Ferguson, 1300 NW I Ia taught reading for the past few
combined with excellent service 1th Ave. on Monday, May 28, years and has also been spon-
and convivial atmosphere made ONE :MONTH of memorable Business and recreation. sor of the senior class the past
this a night to remember. events for the Ted Plessys I The business was election of three years.Special .
ended o.n.Monday, June 3 when officers and delegate to the
they celebrated their 20th wedding I Woman's State Convention at
SUMMER: is a few weeks anniversary with a brunchat Pensacola June 15. Notice'
away, yet the season's heat is their 53rd St. home. It all Mrs. Wllhelmena Sands was
already upon us. There is relief began May 3 when Mrs. Plessy's elected! president and delegate. $ Miami Northwestern Senior
in sight though, for we now mother and father Mr. and All other officers were re- High School wishes to announce -
have two additional swimming Mrs. Alphonse Barrios, her sister elected. The projects NAACP that the Baccalaureate
pools. In Bunche Park and Betty, her aunt, Mrs. Mable and James E. Scott were discussed 'exercises usually held at the
Richmond Heights. These pools Barrios all of Pensacola; and and membership in each school auditorium will be heldat
opened Saturday and have Mr. Plessy's mother, Mrs. Viola decided upon. After business Dinner Key Auditorium at
been filled almost to capacltl, Plessy of New Orleans arrivedIn recreation by members was en- 7:30: p.m. Sunday, .June 7.
ever since. our city. You see, the entire Joyed. Games, social talk and an
Family was on hand to witness excellent served This change was necessitated
repast was
the; debut and graduation (from the hostess who by because. of the size of the _Senior -
MOTHERS, there are so many Notre Dame Academy) of De- thanked by the members.was highly Class and the size of the
worthwhile summer activitiesfor oorah Eileen Plessy, Ted and Next meeting will be at the Joseph W. Williams, III is a school auditorium. As a resultof
youngsters in'our city that Juanita's daughter and to Join home of Mrs M. recent graduate of Laurinburg this action everyone will be
there is no need for your child. the Plessys in their anniversary NW 13th Ave. June Adderly, 6730 Institute, a non-sectarian prI- able to be seated comfortably.
ren to play in the streets or .celebration. While in ourcity 10. y4 vate secondary school locatedIn
become bored or idle this sum- the out-of-towners were '. .-.-.' "- Laurinburg, N.C. While enrolled -
mer. Among these activitiesare royally entertained with parties at Laurinburg he was a''
the summer crash pro- tours of the city, a trip to wards, J. n Staley, Edna Mln- member of and held offices in Algonquins Hold
grams at several elementary Bimini a brunch given them go, Ethel Ingraham, Georgiana various student organizationswhich
schools, swimming classes with by the Nat Vaughns, and many Johnson, Mildred Saxon, Regina Included the Honor Society ElectionThe
organized programs of instruc- other activities that will makea Davis, Michael Hezeklah, the school chorus, and
tion, day camps sponsored by future visit a "must" for William)) and Dorothy Leer Mr. Boys Choral Ensemble. As
YWCA, YMCA and JESCA, and them. and Mrs. Oscar J. Algonquin Club met at
captain of the football team, he
the home of Bro. Baldwin Hep
leisure time
.programs sponsored -
received a trophy as the "most
burn last Tuesday night May
by Dade County Schools afcd valuable
Metro. Let your children take AMONG: THIS YEAR'S June Dade County Young player" for 10G3. 28. After all business was
advantage of these opportunities brides will be Thomasena Gar- The commencement exercises dispensed with the president,
which are now available to nette Walker, North Dade Instructor Democratic Assn. were held on Saturday, May Bro. Charles A. Higgs, declared -
them. who will marry Frank I 30, with Dr. Rudolph Jones, all offices vacant and elec-
Lindsey on Saturday, June 15 Annual Boat Ride president of Fayettevllle State tion was In order. The officersfor
at Greater Bethel AME Church. College as the speaker. Attending the club year 1963-61 are:
THE LINKS, Inc. climaxed Wedned'ay' July 3 8 the exercises was Mrs.
,
their activities for the year last p.m Edna J. Williams, Joseph'smother James G. Collie, president;
week with a "shift party" at IHKTIIDAY Greetings and 254 hour cruise on UlscnyneBay << with whom he resided Benny O'Berry, vice; Baldwin
Maude Reid's Richmond Hts. best> wishes to: Mr. and Mrs. at 1121 NW 56th St. Hepburn, secretary; Harold
home. Maude, who is alwaysthe Melvin, Jr., Cecil Pratt, Mr. and Music lancing Refreshments In the fall Joseph plans to Higgs, treasurer; Rollie Wright,
perfect hostess, lavishly Irs. John H. Pinkney, Ansil TICKETS NOW ON SALE enroll at Delaware State Col-
entertained her club sisters. Pegues, Mr. and Mrs Earl Ed- lege, Dover, Dela., and major critic; Eleazar Barr, chaplain.J. .-
Gwen Welters won first place in sociology. Hartman Taylor.
for the "shifties snift" and Dora
Patterson placed second. I understand -

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VERNON JACKSON can be BANK CAR OUTLETNO
labeled "The Hero of the Week.
He Is credited with saving the
life of a 10-year-old boy who
was lying, on the bottom of CASH OR TRADES NEEDED TO
QUALIFY
Dixie Park swimming pool during
a swimming Instruction
class last week. r '
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ence Williams, president; Mrs. '61 CAD. ... , $3096 $79.97 '60 .
LARK . . $796 '
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Louise Drlscoll, secretary; Mrs. 59 PORT ., .$lI$1 $41.19'
Eleanor Green, treasurer. The 61 CHEV. $1345 $4791, 59 CAD. . .$1963 $ 4.21 59 MICK' . .$1999. $41,19'
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> A New Negro Rejects "White Is Right' Myth THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. "

SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1963 PAGE 3

WASHINGTON A Negro. of present status, rejection of reproduction quality Insuffi-
advertising executive said last complacency and Identificationwith cient circulation, research and ':
,
week that American business the struggle in Latin objectionable editorials, all of Follows Mass Arrests . ;}
America, Africa and Asia. which are :as much an IndIct- "
firms must honestly recognize ment of all publications as they Florida A.&M. Students ::
there is a new mood of the With regard to advertising in are of Negroes."
Negro which rejects the former Negro media he said these publications -
standard tna t "white is have not made impressive Grayson said there has been To PicketTallahassee
right" and marketing and advertisIng progress in winning some success, however, which Win Right
people must interpretthis substantial economic support has convinced some advertisersof
mood realistically. from the nation's leading adver- the importance of Negro CORE picketswere Patricia Stephens Due. chair
tisers over the 116 years of Negro identity to sales. This has led back In front of the State man of Tallahassee CORE and
LeRoy W. Jeffries, a vice publications. The reason to the successful foundation of and Florida theatres on June 1 one of the arrested groups,
president of the Johnson Publishing given, he said are duplication, the Negro model agency Uusi- following a legal victory on pointed out that in addition to I
Co., Chicago, was addressing picketing rights. picketing, and without violating -
thousand
high cost per rates, ness.
the National Associa- the court ruling, Negro students
tion of Market Developers in The court decision came followIng in large numbers will I!
convention at the Statler-HH- the arrest two days continue to line-up and attempt '
ton Hotel today through Sat- 20 Cents Bus Fare Begins June 16 charged previous with of 222 contempt demonstrators of an to buy tickets at the booth.

urday. I "The theatres arc our major
Metro Offers 7. New day and night serviceto antl-plcketlng Injunction.The project at present," she added.
Jeffries said the new mood of Miami International Airport same judge who had Issued The theatre desegregation pro-
the Negro is partially inspired Better Service from downtown Miami. the injunction against ject has been in progress for
by the growing independence 8. New route extensions for CORE Ben Willis, reversed several months. ,
in Africa. "Negroes are seeing Beginning June 16, Greater improved service in El Portal, himself following a conference
Africans treated in a democrat Miami bus riders will be going Miami Shores, southern Hia- with defense attorneys shortly
ic fashion and are inspired to where they want to in less time leah, Westchester, Palm Springsand after the trial started. BROWNSVILLE
demand complete freedom for Westwood Lake.
themselves now." He said this for less money under the Metropolitan Following court adjournment, CORPORATION I
new mood calls for a greater Transit Authority's 9. New crosstown service to Defense Attorney Tobias Simon I will buy your lot. I will
depth of concern by purveyorsof Operation Unify Unified Miami's Civic Center and between told the assembled students: I finance your mortgage. Do-
goods and services. Service and Equalized Fares. International Airport and "This is the first time In a not give your home up if
The Improvements will be i Miami Beach intersecting all
Jeffries called for complete onlv the first phase of a unified major trunk routes. southern state that the right of you have paid enough equity
integration of marketing plansto county-wide transportation Negroes to picket has been defined in it. We will finance it. Call
always include the Negro system according to MTA and put into an order." NE 3.3198 or 6915851. Callor
fully and not as a supplement officials The students stood and cheer. see J. H. Barkley.
market.At .
Included in the new Improve. cd. The pickets are limited to 3095 NW 52nd
a luncheon a white Miami ment, with a Base fare of 20 10 at the State and 18 at the St.Indf
public relations man gave a cents, will be: 1. New air con- b I Florida.
"Case History of Public Relations" \
ditioned limited express ser-
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in the Negro market. vice between downtown Miami
Painless! Office Treatment of
Robert G. Venn of Venn, Cole and both the northern and
Associates, Inc., said his firm southern portions of Miami ..g4Lw" RUPTURE SS PILES r '
promoted the Orange Blossom. Beach. ,
Classic in Miami where two Ne-: 2. New night time cross-bay Rectal Dlwnsrs, Varicose Veins, Pro.
drew express service on the Julia
gro collegiate teams Tuttle Causeway. state-No lost tlm e-Discard/ Truss
47,000 people. He said the most Upon Correction of Rupture
Interesting aspect of the promo-I
3. A new limited express ser-! DR. LONG'S CLINIC
tion was the effect the foot- vice between Downtown MIamI
ball game has had on racial relations and Hialeah with full express -- 1535 S.W. 1st St.-FR 3-2718. A general health service

of a southernmost com- operation on the 30th St.
munity. Such relations, said Airport Expressway.
Venn, contrast'' sharply with
4. New limited express ser-
what prevailed in 1947. vice between downtown Miami

Another Johnson Publishing and South Miami during rush HELP WANTED
Co. vice president was prepared hours alternating with local
to address an afternoon service. HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
5. New through routes by J
workshop on ::The Negro Re- _

volt Its Implications "for combining six trunk lines to Mrs. Eugene Hadley of 1068 $45.00 WEEK GUARANTEEDBoys 1
Negro Market Programs. give more downtown passen- NW 55th Terr Is In Atlanta, Ga.

William P. Grayson of New ger distribution and more direct attending Commencement Ex- and girls, neat appearance, any high school in
York, said from a marketing trips without transfers. ercises of their son, Lang Had-
point of view, the "Negro Re- 0. New daytime service to Mi ley, a student at Morris Brown Dade County. Need 10 from each school Report
volt" has increased employment, ami International Airport Ter- College. He is editor-in-chief of
minal from Coral Gables West- Saturday morning 10 a.m. to 815 NW 48th Street.
Income and opened new
family Morris Brown book. He Isa
year
wood Lake, Miami Beach and
jobs in Industry. He said in Birmingham
it has caused a 90iinrmajorrdowntown northeast northwest Miami 1059 graduate of Miami
spending points. western Senior High North-j
stores. In
Savannah it cut downtown I
sales by 50 percent and in Albany -
JET TV CLINICHOME
ua. reduced revenues of
the City Transit Co. from $400to
$110 per day.
SERVICE CALLS
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Revolt," a composite' rejections Day or NightWe


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PAGE 4 SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1963 --.W.r..r..w.MSA MrtMltldil Med FREEDOM. VS. COMMUNISM\ .

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Vallev Force Confab
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James'v of social and it was a most fruitful weekend -
t science at Booker T. Washington ."

.-_.. S N'S High School, was spec
He further
II. !C. SfGISMOTTD KKKVES Editor and Publisher ial selected guest to attend a Commented that
OAHT1I O. REBV1CS, Managing ICclltor three-day seminar at Valley "being in Valley Forge was one
Forge, Pat The event sponsored of my most gratifying moments.
]Member of the Associated Negro PressMember l/y the Dade County Bar Association It is one of the most historicalsites
of the National Newspaper Publishers Association was a seminar on with regard to the development -
55 Freedom Vs. Communism" of American democ
BUB8CKIITION HATES
ONR YEAH $5.00' SIX MONTHS >$3.00; FOREIGN '0.00 S. which was conducted by the racy."
American Freedom Foundation.
While attending the seminar
Center. Mr. Cash met many distinguished
THE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKYe
Held with tne idea< mat a bet- people. Among consultants
Editor was a visitor to Hampton Institute, Vir- ter understanding of the phIlosophy and individuals in attendance
its hls- were; Pawel Monat,
communism
of _. defector
ginia on June 2nd to the 4th where he witnessed the t.orv and .nlans for world domination from ussu, former head of
graduation exerciser --should be the goal of Polish Secret Service;: Admiral
i .
Amonor the 233 graduates was his second grandson, every American, the seminar, Felix B, Stump, U. S. Navy retired
Rev. Toomer At in acquainting and former Commander
another
was! step In
Henry, the-second son of Mrs" Doreen Young. teachers with the program of Chief of ''the Pacific Colonel
The trip was made through the country. In our party Mt. Tabor Sunday communism, with the use of William R. Kinter Deputy Director
(two cars) were daughter Doreen and two sons, Paul Rev. W. J. Toomer will be publications and aids to counter Foreign Policy Research
and Jeffrey, James, son of daughter Hazel Grant, Russ guest minister at Mt. Tabor communism and, also the Association; and, the speaker,
motion broadcasts Capt. Nickoll Artomonow
Baptist Church on Sunday. use of pictures recent -
Jollivette, son of daughter Frances and William Littles, The Rev. W. J. Toomer Is a and periodicals encountered defector, USSR Navy.
husband of daughter Clarice. native of South Carolina, a product in communist propaganda.Mr. .
Clifford R. Mathews,
Leaving Miami early on Friday morning we lunchedat 15 of Benedict College with Cash stated that the North Dade was also a teacherat memo
the well known restaurant, "Bubber" in Jacksonville. In years his native of pastoral state. experience He Is semInar was excellent. It pro- ber of the Dade delegation In
at
On to Statesboro, Ga., Ye Editor, Littles (we call him, present secretary of Mission vided a wholesome background attendance at the seminar.
Bill) and 12-year-old James (we call him Gee Gee) reg-' Board of FEC Association, =: ,, -= :: :: -- .,
dined and president of Broward NOW! IS TUB TIME TO LAN YOUR PARTIES
istered, at the Gross Motel, 204 Elm Street, County
Voters League and the eminent "I'd Love to Cater to You"
is
retired for the night. Mrs. Joann Martin, manager, a minister of the First Baptist KAY SMITH
very fine }person. Church of Ft. Lauderdale.
The Youngs went on to Florence, S.C., registeringat Everybody from everywhere WEDDINGS RECEPTIONS BANQUETS
the Wells Motel for their rest. Is cordially Invited to worship Hot or Cold Hor D'Oeuvres Canapes Our Specialty
at Mt. Tabor and hear this emi 203 N.W. 36th Street PL 4-4C15 PL 14735;
7 had breakfast at Oliver's
: On Saturday morning we nent clergyman. .,. .,..

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.rained until after commencement on Monday., !::

had. a However capacity, the congregation.Dr. Baccalaureate. service at Ogen Hall lh ATTENTION I I::,

Arthur Gray from Park Manor< Congregational ,'.t" f'

,'r r,;J'' Church. in Chicago delivered the sermon. in' .. sic
Ye Editor attended the reception during the after- Jt DO YOU KNOW- ri!I

I noon. .Jt That most people spend one half of their lives at home $!
During the evening our party motored to Newport '"'
News... It was still raining. We dined at the Crescent restaurant 58a l or in their apartment? !Jt.

owned by a Negro. It's a very nice place. ini! N
The 93rd annual commencement speaker was Rich- .c: That your health and happiness is affected by 'the place I

I ard, D. Weigle, president of St. John's College, Annapolis. Jt*;. where you live? i I!iso .

There were five graduates from Miami: Gloria Jean !It Jt.

Burrows, Goldye Simmons, Betty L. Johnson, Maron Wig- Jt3.; -

gins and Henry Reeves Young. lt'. .
From Palm Beach: Mary Frances Pollard, Jacque- ASK YOURSELF THESE QUESTIONS: I II Eic
t
lyn Pollard 'and Willie Walker.' li Are you satisfied with your present apartment? ;,., ( I
Among parents ,attending were Mr. and Mrs. Fred '
Johnson of Miami and Mrs. Bright Davis, the former Mrs. ..t.: -o-- '. IW
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Pollard of West Palm Beach. E n? ., .." /',
This was Ye Editor's first visit to Hampton Institute. Are you proud to live there? I "-,;. .4 1.'..11' ,i.
The campus is interesting. One sees the large beautiful If not this notice is f. '''d'

Emancipation Oak' the site of the first school for free- WM '! :' ," ; ,, .. I
dom in Hampton. It is said that former slaves heard the : ,
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Emancipation Proclamation read to them under its HS :

'. branches following the Civil War. I HERE IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO LIVE ''icsrliti I
r: **$ We returned on rainy Wednesday evening from this Jt.: (

very< interesting trip. (at no extra cost) IN THE LUXURYSLMANO """

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Dade County School Board made known its integration ; .... .. I"

policy in no uncertain terms at :a: meeting on Wednesday !n Iw 1 'I
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of this wee /. Jt "
{ ,r. Mrs. Jane Roberts, chairman of the Board said: ::0,0: I r
t "We do not believe we can teach democracy in our JtO H:: .. "'

schools without demonstrating our belief in democracy :. wH:; :
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in the the schools "
way :are operated. : = :
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It signifies no change in policy but she thought it :: 1298 N.W : ,I/r
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wise to notify all employees and, future employees from it STREET 1 "
other counties and states. that Jobs will be filled by the ;j

best qualified applicants of whatever race or creed. Sn 5
(COR.
All positions N.W.13th AVE. & 60th W
are opened to all applicants without 58 ST.)
regard for color, race or creed. P
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Another move by the board was the appointment of IDEAL SIZE ONLY 8 UNITS IN ENTIRE n
seven retired Circuit Judges to act as hearing examiners 'ii'tt ONE AND BUILDING M .t
In. cases involving suspended, school system employees. .2t. TWO BEDROOM APARTMENTS M l,

They are Judges Robert Floyd, Irving Cypen, Vin- .Il;'' glQM r
cent Giblin, Phillip Goldman, George Hall, Richard Hunt -o
i, and Stanley Miledge.Ye ac::;; COOL, QUIET, DIGNIFIED CHOICE ;c
Editor hopes this action will meet approval of LOCATION ?8

i the.county at large, and that other counties will followsuit. :lt: FREE PARKING, COMPLETELY FENCED 8i8


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If the saying, three times is. the law is correct, then M u= New inside and out Low, rates lc.:.

we could anticipate an end to Metro's manager's resig- :!U; :. Daily I Grounds Maintenance .n,
nations and re-considerations of ,the same. Service II@Ou" @
The latest resignation move came on Tuesday when ADULTS ONLY ic
NO
his proposed reorganization of the Public Safety Department YOU PETS i'';.
:: OWE IT TO ''ll
was challenged' by some of, the commissioners. nW YOURSELF TO SEE THESE :
They certainly- did not want him t&. resign, so backed ACT NOW . CHOICE UNITS APARTMENTS W!
.down and so did Manager McNayr. ARE STLL AVAILABLE ?11 il= 55
: Joe Boyd, chairman of the commission charged that !,:: BONDED K
, McNayr acted "prematurely, ill advised and indiscreetly mII RENTAL i ;
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r'. in offering his resignation." ,,1c AGENCY ;;
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C; ," .' > McNayr has 'been doing a good job but as Ye Editor c 1675 NW62nd Street K:

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. Hadley Heads individuals, along with oth.er .
community organizations,

SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1963 PAGE 5 Carver's Camp Fund has The already following begun.persons are j

members of the Camp Committee

King Cole To Give $50,000To Raising Committee Ulanche: Mrs. Calloway Edythe Barfield; Messrs, Miss C.

According to Major Susan F. Lockhart, Benny O'Berry, Garth
Rights Fight Harris Camp Committee Chair. Reeves, Dr. George Simpson, ,
Jefford Smith, Oscar Weaver, I
man of the G. W. Carver Branch Charles
and Hadley.
LOS ANGELES Nat King Europe where he will be star- YMCA Charles lIadlbi has been
Cole this week announced a red In a British Broadcasting appointed Ify the committee to
pledge that he personally plan. Co. television special In Lon- head the Fund Ralstflg and So. !T
ned to raise upwards of $50- licitation Committee. for the _
000 this summer by donatingthe don before embarking on a tour 1063 Camp R I""' I
total proceeds of the world of England and Scotland that .. ,Program 4
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will close when he returns to r.- ;
premiere of his new musical
variety show, "Sights and London for a final performanceat d'II
Sounds, 1963" to the key organizations the Odeon Theatre on July b" 4 i a I II !
In the headline 28, after which he returns to
struggle for civil rights In the Los Angeles to prepare for his i iy
south. benefit show. t }
Under the sponsorship of the i

NAACP, CORE and the Student
Non-Violent Cooperating Committee I Elks Mourn Pope ..pr E!
Cole will present his The Month
show at the Shrine Auditorium I AMLETO Cardinal Clcognanl
on August 8, before taking W .
Secretary of State
"Sights and Sounds" on a musical Vatican City Selected Airman ofA It1'1-
tour that will carry him Rome, Italy 47i
;r r&a
across the country to some 25 Your Eminence: year-old base supply !
cities between that date and man from Miami has been selected
mid-November. Pope John AXIII's passing as Sondrestrom's Airmanof
Producer of the Cole musical : removes from the world one
the Month for April lie Is
will be Ike Jones, the same whose love for all mankind f 1 ;';
man who was responsible for provoked his "sorrowing gaze"to A2C George W Kllpatrick Jr of :
God's children the 108th ... .._
the Initial "Sights and Sounds" everywhere Support Squadron. -" ---
last year which won critical "suffering because of race, of Airman Kllpatilck, who worksIn Meet
and audience applause alike economic conditions or through the research section of Base
when It toured the country. limitation of the: exercise of Supply, was chosen Airman of _>;.. Israel Adderley
.. The King is currently pre- their natural and civil rights." the Month at squadron level on
paring to take off In July for ((19GO Easter Message.: ) May 0, and May 10 was selected The purpose of the FundRaising HRC.1HTKRKD REAL ESTATE
The by the base boar "' as base- Committee Is to solicit SALESMAN: WITH FORD
Improved Benevolent wide Airman of the Month. help for needy and worthy
Protective Order of Elks of the youngsters to enjoy a whole- REALTY
Brother-in-law of World bows in sorrow but Is Before entering: the Air ForceIn some experience In some phase Son of 1\IrH. Pcnrllne Adderley
uplifted by his example of pa. December, 1059, he attended of Summer Camp who would tho proprietor of P. and A. Grocery
Mays Teacher Plane tience and faith in God's frui- Florida A&M University! major. not be able to pay the required located at 1430 NW ant
Crash VictimMrs. tion for the common good of all Ing in psychology. At present fee otherwise.The Ave for the pant 30 years. lie
mankind. i Is of Hooker T. Washington .
he Is taking a correspondence committee was unanimous a graduate
Dorothy Wallace, 10th With profound respect, course (USAFI) in accounting In the selection of Mr High School, attended
Kentucky State and Cell
,grade: teacher at Mays Senior Hobson R. Reynolds Hadley, who Is one of Miami'smost
His hobbles are drawing, Brooks Heal Estate SchooLI
High School, Is expected to Grand Exalted Ruler photography and model build conscientious civic. worker o" lionirM, lotH or income
leave Miami Friday, June 7, to I I IBPOE of W ing. property call Israel Adderley
assist in comforting her sister, With the capable assistance of
at
.. any day or night :
Mrs. Luther J. Walton of Pop- Charles Lockhart, the responsibility .
lar Bluff, Mo. of contacting leading businesses FORD REALTY Inc.
Mrs. Walton was notified by m ON THE STAGE fraternities, sororities, ; :SCO NW .VItl St. PL 7-2550
the Airforce on Thursday of this R
week that her husband, Capt. JIMMY REEVES nnremSOTlMEMO
Luther J, Walton, was one of
the persons that perished
AM HIS
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that trashed in Alaska earlier
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Boys Win Third . NAACP Schools THE MIAMI TIMES MiAMI, FLA.

Southern AttorneysOn SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1963 PAGE 7
Northwestern Girls Sweep Sit-ins


State Tennis Tournament WASHINGTON Last week. Atlanta Chamber Says DesegregateAll
end for the first time in a single.
meeting the NAACP Legal Defense -!
On Saturday, June 1, North- The tournament committee fund and its 80 cooperating Public BusinessesATLANTA
western High School girls tennis wishes to thank the following southern attorneys met
team completed its of I businessmen and friends for
sweep with representatives of all the Ga. The Boardof which derive from public
profit
meets for the 1963 season by their donations that made the
winning the Invitational meet : tournament possible: principal direct action organiza Directors of Atlanta's Cham dealing should have the obliga-
sponsored by Northwestern for tions to outline the legal con- ber of Commerce last week tion of serving the whole pub-
this second year. Led by two American Furniture and TV, tours of the protest against seg. adopted a policy statement urging lic. In addition, we urge the
time winner, Darnella Smith, Dr. B. Atkinson, Garth Reeves, gregation in months to come. desegregation of all busi- Chamber of Commerce to adopta
the state champions took the John Glover, Dr. Almond Ed- The meeting was called by nesses which serve the publicin city-wide fair employment
lead and never were threatened wards, E. Barnes, Dr. C. Hogan, Jack Greenberg, dhcctor-coun- Atlanta. Charles McDew, practices agreement affecting
until the late matches when The House of Albert, Dr. S. selor of the Legal Defense Fund chairman of the Student Non those businesses which make
Blanche Ely'of Pompano pulled Johnson, Sharpe's Service Sta- It was held June 1st and 2nd violent Coordinating Committee up the Chamber, and others in
even. With the passing of the tion, Dr. A. T. Edwards, MissB. at the Howard University praised the decision and asked the city,"
Wooten, Range Funeral School of Law. Special emphasis -
doubles matches Northwesternwas the Chamber to also urge equal
the established winner Home, Dr. J. O. Brown, Connie were given the Supreme employment in all such busi- McDew's comments followed
with Blanche Ely and BookerT. Wellers AG Market, Royal Drive Court's sit-in decision, and nesses. some weeks here of demonstra.
Farmer, Dr. Edwin Shirley, what l protest demonstrationscan tions against restaurant segre-
Washington tied for 2nd
McDew said: "We of the Student gation under the auspices of
In the off Inn, Dr. Stanley Johnson, do within their limits.Mr. .
place. play Blanche
Nonviolent Coordinating i the committee on Appeal for
O'Berry's Driving School, Wil- Greenberg stated, "We
Ely was the victor. The final
Miami North- liam Harris. will try to project the extentto Committee are pleased that Human Rights, the Atlanta student -
standings
were which demonstrations will I prominent businessmen in Atlanta affiliate of SNCC. About
western, Blanche Ely, Booker have come out publiclyon 100 students had been arrested -
develop in months and to
T. Washington and Howard years
Blake of Tampa coming for JESCA SUMMER : come and to advise protest dem the side of justice and hu- at several segregated restau.
manity. Certainly all businesses rants.
fourth position. onstrators what actions they
DAY CAMP may take which ultimately will
BTW won first place in the : BEGINS MON. be upheld by the courts.
Uoys division with Howard "The decisions on what to do AUTO(
LIABILITY
Blake second and Northwestern and how to do it, however, will INSURANCE
third. Four two week. classes, of
be entirely those of the organizations -
swimming instruction officially and their members. Our
open the James E'. Scott role will be instructional only. >
IO9-
:Summer: Day Camp Program. $10
"Our lawyers will
Go Day Camping Beginning Monday June 10. All prepare I '
and frame a course of actionin DEPOSITSUrU
interested In partici-
campers the courts to enjoin the type
With the YWCAThe pating LiDcrty are Square requested Camp to head-meetat of laws and practices which S.R. 22V Filed Your AjppHcAlionn
the courts have held
just un-
Unc Weekly and
at 8 each morn-
a.m.
Public Health Dental quarters constitutional. We also On the spot

nurses say 'keep the fruit bowl Ing.The first class begins Mon- paring a handbook of constitutional I VO ONK TTUN'F.I* 1 O\VN Monthly

handy.! During one afternoonof day June 10, ending Friday, law setting forth the
each session of Day Camp June 21. Second class: Monday, rights of the demonstrators. Insurance Inc.
We reiterate the made Auto Agency
there will be a dental health ed June 21 through July 5. Third: pledge Liability ,
ucation program. Each child Monday, July 8 through Ju1y.19.Fourth I by Thurgood Marshall when he
will be given a dental exami- : Monday, July 22 July I was director-counsel, to defend MIAMI OFFICE: 799 NW. 54th ST.
nation by a public health den- 26. every nonviolent demonstratorwho
tist. Parents will be encouragedto Instructor l Andrew B3 again ; requests our old. The cases -FORT LAUDERDALE: 929 W. BROWARD BLVD.OIMI.I .
follow through on the results will head a staff of eight for we handle now number more
than 6,000 but we will continueto .MciidiM A I i M.iv N i MI to N |i.mV
these examinations.The .
of each two week session.
Admission will be ten cents handle all such cases as longas \ M|., Thin1*. H n.tti. lo .V.'ltr SiU. N n.in. to 'i p.m.
total health of h our resources hold out and
e a c
per child to enter, and each VvKills for !>our Jil Itolh location*
camper is one of the concernsof beglnnninfi swimmer is requested the public supports) us,
the YWCA In Its summer to bring: one plastic
program. The YWCA Day Camp tube and one bath towel. They
aims to provide a meaningful should wear bathing suits mak-
experience for youngsters of different ing it unnecessary to change at
back grounds; to help the pool.
them develop as persons thru Beginners Red Cross swim-
interests, skills, spiritual gains; ming cards will Ite Issued to I
to help them develop as mem- each child as quickly as he or
bers of the group learning she learns to swim. No chile
how to get along with others- can enter any given i period of
helping to plan and carry out lessons after the class has beenIn
plans; to have fun; to help session three days.
them grow in resourcefulness, All participants are urged to
self-reliance, independent; to report promptly each morningat
help them develop a deeper appreciation the camp headquarters.
of nature.

The YWCA Day Camp will be
held at the Northwest YWCA Dugie's Guest HouseThe

Center, 5100 NW 21st Ave. house of clean rooms
There will be five two-week
sessions beginning June 17 and Open 24 hour NE 4.3851
continuing through August 23. Seeing is BelievingSee \ --
Girls and boys six years (or enrolled us for clean rooms s f \ \ Ir Ij

in first grade) through Jamaica Dugie, always a
14 years, may register. The costis friends
$15 per session. For further
information call 634-2651. 2941 NW 47th St., Miami



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The pool which has been desired quisition Maxwell
the members that now we
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begin to pay dividends in safe are getting into the big time GRAMBUNG STANDOUTTO
refreshing recreation. It is alsoto our job to uphold the high stat- PLAY FOR STARS
be noted that the size of; us of the club gets tougher. All-American Junious
the pool, a 300 capacity, will STEVE McELMURKAY HAS Grambling College Buchanan -,
thousandswho
the
not complement
will seek comfort in its I PERFECT SHOT whose spectacular season as Interior
lineman rocketed
him to
recreational confines such The facility Steve McElmurray will tell the top of the professional draft
building of another south of this location anyone that practice' makes per- list and also handed him a lucrative -
possibly fect at least it was a perfect two-year contract with
the
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r Pr over-crowding of this pool when Steve hit a No 6 to play in the 30th AnnualAll
recreational plea- iron
give added of 170 yds. for the once in a Star Classic August 2 at Soldiers
sures to thousands Opa- lifetime shot of a hole in one. I Field in Chicago.

lockans. Wide-eyed witnesses to Mc. Buchanan will report to Coach
L .jt t1 BOWLING LEAGUES; Elmurray's unttelieveable: shot Otto Graham at Northwestern
HIIOWUD OFFA were Sgt. Fawkes of the Air University on July 11,
group of happy people are
all members of the Excelsior, EroJnIOIHIKlBIIIIMPBnMMHarf ''r ' ''"' '"'' t
Falstaff and Excelsiorette Bowling -
League who are still receiving
k t For The UnemployedIf
T 4 compliments for the Training
'6 1 combined
swell affairs the
leagues and their friends en- you are unemployed, and if you seek the oppor-
Joyed a couple of weeks ago tunity of finding a good job, then training is a
at their Trophy Presentation necessity. Nightingale College receeives many calls

Ball The dozens glistening trophies for its trained women graduates. These jobs pay
'. and plaques and the an average of $65 a week.
ueaming faces of the proud recipients -
did much to make Nightingale College announces that it is offering a
bowling 'converts of many of special "Pay as You Learn Plan" for those who are
those who held no Interest for unemployed. This will permit these persons to be

the Clyde sport"The heretofore Glass" Killens, trained and be placed ,quickly on the wonderful,
whose Knight Beat was the site well paying jobs. If you are seeking to improve your-
of this gala event was heard to self, if you are seeking job security then contact the
remark, "If bowling can give so Nightingale College, 265 N.W. 5th Street or phoneFR
;; ..'V4. : ,t"1r v".4 ";iGili1 up much myself.fun," I think I'll take It 3-1675 for information, about this new "Pay as

The Williams Brothers and A special program will be We wish he and all other you Earn Tuition Plan.
Sister Club will celebrate Us presented at 2 p.m. and the pub- would Join our ranks.
21st anniversary on Sunday lic Is invited.,Shown in the picture I
08TMAN TO PLAY ,
June at the Apostle Faith are Johnnie James, presi- GOLF JULY 1-3 P > .

Church of Jesus, 1011 NW 5th dent; Nelson Williams, vice pres- Bill Lazier has a handful of I
: St., Fort Lauderdale, Elder B.' ident; Charles Williams, Alton entry forms for the National LIBCITYOX
J, Cobb pastor. Williams and Silvia Williams. Post Office Golf Tournament toe
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I Battle And Howard Medical Ass'n Gives Another Negro tHE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. '
1
Carver Top Students Negroes Full Ordered to Ole Miss. I SATURDAY: JUNE 8, 1963 PAGE &


Social StatusIt Federal Judge Sidney Mlze i Clyde Killens Knight '
Tuesday ordered the Universityof We are happy to announce
Mississippi to admit a Negro, thatGreater Beat Presents ,'I
was announced last Satur Cleve
McDowell, to Its law
day that another racial barrier school for the summer term beginning St. MarkKindergarten
fell, when the Dade County June 5.
Medical Association admitted The Judge's ruling in Blloxl,
3 all Its Negro members to active Miss., came less than two hours 1455 NW 53rd Street
status, giving them full social'
after McDowell
I had filed suit
I privileges.The I seeking admission to Ole Miss.; Ph. 633-3042 OX 6.1637 ',i'

all Negro associate mem Judge Mlze, himself a graduate Will be opened for the
bers, explained a spokesman:: of the Ole Miss Law School Summer ? f.
for the association, previously had originally rejected Negro ,
i had all the rights of active James Meredith's plea for enrollment Call now to register your 1 .
? ,, ; membership except attendance Higher courts reversed childTransportation _
3 at social .functions. of the organization his decision and Meredith Hot meals J
a.a: was admitted last fall. I

The membership committee's ,,'-" ._ ---"," ........",- .... .,. ............ """ '''''''''''.....- '''---...-........ ..... ........- ......................
recommendation gave as reason
for this social restriction a lack _
of facilities available to Negro
members "some years ago." W&J Guest House
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George Freeman Battle son of Since conditions have changed -

I !!::.-and._ ... .Mrs.-. ._.Jubbi- Battle, ,.!Is we a.should spokesman take some said, \Ve kind felt of BARBARA.lEWIS .
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. I Florida Star Offers ScholarshipsJACKSONVILLE I

Phil Ossofer
Says . .
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, JUNE 1963 Scholarships have an opportunity of earning

totaling $3,000 are being commissions anywhere between,
Racial disturbances throughout made available to Miami andFt. $21 and $75 per week and in
6 Teachers With 176 Years'Service school
the land are causing much Lauderdale high the some cases more.
freshmen
graduates and by
white
discussion amongst my Florida Star Scholarship Fund, Some of the institutions to
white -
To RetireThe acquaintances. Being myself Eric O. Simpson,
headed liy
. (I had no choice in the editor and publisher of the Fla. which scholarships will be given
matter) . I hear much com in addition to weekly sal-
Northwestern
Dade County School Gertrude Williams Star.
Board will hold special ceremonies High, cafeteria worker, 14 ment.mankind Believing, I in recognize the onenessof the Designed to provide summer aries include BethuneCookman -

on June 12 at 3 p.m. in the I years. fallacy of white thinking on the employment for high school College, Edward Watersan

school board auditorium, Lind- -:;: ; Negro. graduates and college freshmenand Talladega College.
When they tell me the Negro'scolor to assist deserving young-
sey Hopkins Building, to honor Students or other persons in
is against him. I answer sters in their quest for higher
117 employees of the board who that it is not true. It is the education, the Scholarship FundIs terested in pleasant summer

are retiring this year. Broward ; b white man's opinion about the offering at least six $500 employment and a chance to
I Negro's color that is againsthim. scholarships to some of the compete for a $500 college
Mrs. Lyie M. Roberts, boara County leading colleges in the country. scholarship may write Florida
chairman, and Dr. Joe Hall, Star Scholarship Fund, P.O.
superintendent of schools, will News When they say they disprovethe Students or anyone qualified Box 1171, Jacksonville, Fla.
Negro's "pushing" for his to enter college who desire to I
present each retiree with a )nyWalter rights, 1 say I'm against the work for one of the $500 scholarships -
framed resolution of appreciation lowe white man's stubborness which I will be provided with
which indicates the forces the Negro to press for his summer employment in their "Inside Cuba"
years of service the employeehas rights. own communities. They will
rendered to the boys' and When they raise the point I Communist penetration in
girls of Dade County. that 'you can't legislate morality Latin America has become the
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Ten administrators, seventy The Carver Ranches Fire Department -I their," while colored they brother refuse to as accept an Usher's Union most vital issue between Fidel
teachers and 37 non-teaching Castro and Russia, according to
,
will meet Monday
equal, they are admitting ((1.)
to the current issue of The Satur-
employees are in the group night, June 10 at 8.30: o'clock. they're immoral, and ((2.) theydon't Annual TeaThe Evening Post.
of day
be honored. Total years ser-
the law. We
want to obey
Members, please be present at
for
vice to the county schools
have many laws on the books Usher's Union Associa- Edward Behr, who lived and
Walter Blatch
the 117 employees is 2,273 years this meeting. ,
fieldor against crime. Don't these laws tion annual tea will be held at worked in Cuba recently, reported -
Their total service in the .
of 19 each. president.The legislate morality? Dixie Park Auditorium the that Castro is impatientto

of an education average, both: locally years and Most of these white acquain- third Sunday in June which is see Castro-type guerillas
elsewhere is 3,115 years or 20 VFW South Broward tances call themselves Christians the 10th, at 4 p.m. Speaker for throughout Latin America
will be the well while the cautious Soviet
retiree. Post 8195 held their Installationof which means to me that the afternoon pol-
years per officers and members last they have accepted the known leader of our communityand icy is that these armed upris-
Friday night. Comrade C. B. of the responsibility moral president of the NAACP, ings would be "disastrously pre
obeying
The 70 teachers have a com- Blount is our new commander. Father Theodore R. Gibson of mature."
bined 1,436 years of service in laws revealed in the Holy Scriptures' Christ Episcopal Church.
Dade, an average of 20 years While my religion tells There will be outstanding talent Recent speeches by Castro
each. Those with longest rec- John Alfred Brown celebratted me I must obey the laws of from our community. support the theory that the Cu
ords in the county Include Miss his birthday on Monday, my country, I feel an even Please come out and support ban dictator has taken the "go
Marquis Ely, Buena Vista Ele- June 3, at his home in Liberia. greater obligation to obey the this worthy cause. Time, 4 to G slow" advice from Moscow, according -
merttary. with 41 years and moral laws of my religion, forI to the Post story. Because -
Miss Helen A. Dunlap, Ponce deLeon am sure that some day I will p.m.Deacon David Hudson, presi of present conditions,
Junior High, 38 The Freeway Handicap face the Highest Court for Behr feels that President Ken-
years. into its third dent; Miss Dorothy Major, re-
Thirteen of the teachers have League goes Judgement. porter. nedy is wise in carrying the
week of summer activities.
more than 30 years of service. Fred Horne bowled three When I ask these folks what fight against Castro to Latin
The listing of retiring teachers America where the Cuban leader
games, 147 pins each time. He their religion teaches them
are: I will receive the triple patch about segregation, they usually refer to me as being a "Negro feels he must have a revolu-
lover" (spelled with two ) tion "or watch his image gradu
Mrs. Iona J. Cook, Phyllis from the American Bowling become silent. One answered by gs "
Wheatley Elementary, 36 yearsin I Congress real soon. saying, "That's an unfair ques- thinking they are insulting meI ally start withering away.
I tion." feel honored. This is
deeply
Dade County, 49 total yearsof Cuba was described in the
because I understand that,
teaching; Mrs. Mary L. Nix- The new Hammond organ at I don't think he really meant Post as "one of the world's most
blind as they are they see me
on, Phyllis Wheatley, 19% Central Baptist Church will be that the question was unfair, lover of fellowmen.19SAFETY3. isolated countries" where agri
but that it unfair for as a my
years, Dade County 30Vi total; dedicated Sunday at 3 p.m. An was me culture and Industry are near

Mrs. Josie W. Roberts, G. W. interesting program has been to flict confront between him with his the con- It's ...................... collapse. Havana is an "Incred
Carver, 17 years, total 50; Mrs. planned for the occasion. Pas- religious ibly dilapidated capital. .
Stanley H. Robinson, North- tor E. J. Clark and congrega- teachings and his practices. everything is crumbling at theedges"
western Senior 12% cordial invitationto These acquaintances do not
High, years tion extend a
I Behr
observed
In the
total 12J%; Mrs. Lee Etta Tho- their friends.Advertise realize the true meaning of their ........- in Florida I
mas, Phyllis Wheatley Elemen- I statements. Thus, when they Post.

tary, 36 years, total 38; Mrs. iii. -- ..
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Revue June 16 . THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.


I Greater Bethel Launches "Cousin for Bishop"A SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1963 PAGE 11


new innovation to the 1 1)- Fadden Rev. T. E. Wright anda will be a special model I
cal fashion scene will be an host of other males in the the event. All Miami is invite]
"Esquire Revue" featuring MIami.s "creations of "
tomorrow. to Join with the Cousin for
most versatile male mod- Linten Berrlen will render Bishop Club in boosting Rev.
els and those seldom seen in music for the occasion. Milton Cousin. Your prayers, supportand
the role. The occasion is the (Butterball) Smith will serveas goodwill is solicited in
first revue to be sponsored by narrator. making S. A. Cousin a memberof
the "Cousin for Bishop Club"of the Council of Bishops In I
Greater Bethel AME Church. Mrs. Fannie Jernigan, president the African Metheodist Episcopal -
Set for the spacious lower audi of the sponsoring club, has Church in 1961.
torium of the church, the revue revealed that refreshments I
will begin at 4 p.m. June will be served. Registration of
16. visitors and patrons will be MT ZION BAPT
made at the door.
Everyone is invited to see the Rev. S. A. Cousin who is a Ward 12 of Mt. Zion Baptist
dapper models, Bennie O'Berry, candidate for Episcopal honors Church held its regular meet-
James Monroe Buster Mc- as one of the bishops in 1964, ing last week at the home of
Mrs. Addle Pierce 3360 NW
50th St., with the president pre-
The Church of God in Christ siding.
Bethel Apostolic
TempleThe The devotions
were openedby
1809 NW 5th Avenue
Elder J. C. Jackson pastor Florida State Council of singing "lie Leadeth Me"
Nathaniel Thomas the Pentecostal Assemblies of followed by "My Hope Is Builton
reporter "
Nothing Less After which
the world will convene with i
Fifth Avenue was blessed to Pastor Doris R. L. Akins at the 23rd Psalm and the Lord'sPrayer

the have Lord.another The wonderful spirit of the time Lord in NW Bethel 58th Apostolic Temple, 2310 The minutes were recited.of the previous GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev. Mt. Tabor Observes
St.
was on high. Our pastor brought thru beginning June 13 meeting were read and adopted.The William Savoy, pastor
forth both messages. The Fifth June 16. new and old business were Rev. Savoy will deliver the Pew Rally DayThe
Ave. Chorulees rendered the discussed Dy the group. A delicious baccalaureate address for tho
music for the day. MT. HERMON AME repast was served to all. senior class of NorthwesternHigh pastor and members
We were proud to have Mrs. Those present to enjoy this School this Sunday at 7:30: cordially invite you to the clos
Ruble Harris a former mem- Rev. Samuel Gay, pastor fellowship were Mesdames Es- p.m. at the Dinner Key Auditorium of the Pew Rally Fund
ber of our church to visit us telle Vernance Mattie Drive
EVery Sunday at Mt. Hermon Shep- Sunday, June 0.
on last Sunday. is herd Verma Bryant, IrettaCrosby This Sunday Is Children's
a Sunday of spiritual fervor.
The pastor and church would God is showering us with blessings Addle Pierce, Clyde Day. The following children, Guest speaker will l/o the
like to express our thanks to beyond measure. Lee, Mr. Lee E. L. Grandberry, having completed their classes Rev. J. W. Toomer of Ft. Laud

those who came out and helpedus Time has moved around to Marina White Mary Generette, will be confirmed at the morn erdale.
celebrate our church's 26th the point where it is Men's Day Estelle B. Jones and Lonnie ing' service: Alice Clark Clifford The general chairman, SisterE.

anniversary. again. Yes, Sunday, June 9, is Pittman. Edwards, Irene Edwards, Wilkinson asks that each
The state Young People WIl- our sixth annual Men's Day Next meeting will be held at Sheryl Hampton, Cynthia Mob- member please be present In
ling Workers Congress will con We have made some elaborate the home of Mrs. Estelle Jones ley, Elaine Oliver, Emily Saunders order to make your report to

vene in Miami, beginning June preparations for this occasion Annette Strachan, Rosalyn the captains und co-captains.
18-23 at the A. M. Cohen and especially since it is our MT. CALVARY BAPTIST White, and Lorraine Wilson
Temple Church of God in first in our new building. We The Sacrament of Baptism will
Christ. We are asking for your are proud that we will have Phyllis Myers reporter be observed.The Ridgeway Church of God

support and attendance. Rev. room to accommodate all of c>ur Sunday, we enjoyed ourselvesto Sunday School Depart- 5937 NW 22nd Ave.
William Atkins, president; Mrs. friends who have longed to be the utmost in our services. ment will present an enjoyable Bishop R. B. Davis pastor
Mary Davis chairlady; Mrs. with us. Rev. Atkinson delivered two evening program at 7:30: p.m. Elder II. Leviticus, reporter
Gussie Gamble state supervisor very inspirational and soul We congratulate the Rev
; Bishop E. D. Johnson, state Our morning speaker is the stirring messages. They were en- George Pierce and Miss Delores Invite
bishop.Worship. Rev. James n. Grisby pastor of joyed by the congregation. Hawkins, who will be married Sunday School 10 a.m. with
together this week, the recently organzed St. Luke Sunday, June there will lie this Sunday at 1 p.m. Ceremony n class for all ages and stay
you need not walk alone. AME Church of this city.- He is a program held at 3 p.m. in behalf will Uo at Grace with Rev. Savoy with us for our morning ser-
a gospel preacher and we are of the Queen of Mt. Cal- officiating. vice. I'm sure that the preaching -
TEMPLE BAPTISTRev. proud to have him. At 3:30: p.m. vary Contest. Mrs. Ann Smith of our most able pastor will
the Rev. J. B. Blacknell and and Chorus will appear on the fill your heart with love and
L. A. Thompson, pastor congregation of St. James AME program along with many other ANTIOCH BAPTIST on this Sunday June f 0 the second

The Rev. Bertram Collie, pastor Church will be in charge of guests. The money raised 1899 NW Oath Street Sunday Mission Rally church.will
service. At 7 p.m. our guest divided equally among be held at this same
of the St. John Baptist will be Rev. O. W. Foster, pastor
Church Dallas Texas, will speaker is the young giant the the contestants. The public is You are invited to come and
Rev. William Washington one The preaching part of o u r enjoy the presence of the Lord
invited to
11 service Sun- come.
preach at a.m. of the associates at St. Paul revival meeting got underway with us and at the 7:30: p.m.
day. He is a former Miamian AME Church of which the Rev Sunday, June 2. The Rev. J. W service you will hear the Evan-
who has made a fine record of Ft. Lauderdalepreached and point souls
T. C. Kelley is pastor. MinisterialAlliance / gelist prench
since his entry into the minis- The men have prepared to out of his soul. His to the lamb of God.
try. His friends are Invited -
many have guest solos from some of introductory sermon was taken
to come out and hear him. the great talents of Miami as NewsThe from St. Mark 10:15: 'And he
The young people, who will well as male choirs and what said unto them, go ye into all Greater Bethel Baptist
Children's
be observing Day, .
Ministerial
have you. Interdenominational the world and preach the gos-
will have charge of all ser- Alliance of Greater Miami pel to every creature." lie rea- Rev W K Smith, pastor
vices and will present a special Refreshments will be servedat will sponsor a public meet- soned with the luke warm
program at 7 p.m. Plan to the 3 p.m. service. We will Ing on Tuesday evening, June Christians to gel their souls in Rev. O. L. Lewis of Perry,
spend the day at Temple.The be 'glad to have you with us 18, at 7:45: p.m. This meeting order so that sinners may be Fla., will he our guest Beaker{
male chorus Is sponsor on our 6th annual Men's Day. will be held In the new church borne unto God. He will con- during Revival services at
ing a dinner today (Saturday) We are also preparing for the sanctuary of the Bethany tinue to preach for nine more Greater Bethel which began
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. entertainment of the North Mi Seventh Day Adventist Church, nights ending June 14. We are June 2 and continue through
Alfred Dean, 558 NW 19th St. ami District Sunday School 5001 NW 25th Ave., Elder C. B. Inviting the entire community June 14. All our friends are invited .
Service from 1 p.m. until? Donation ! Convention. We solicit your Rock host pastor. to come and worship with us. to come worship with us
$1.00. kind help and prayers in all June and ho spiritually revived and
The of this public Sunday a the No. 2 ush
The men of Temple are preparing our endeavors. purpose help save souls
to launch their Initial meeting is to give the Alliance ers board will sponsor a Pew
push for Men's Day. Every the opportunity of informingthe Rally at the church at 3 p.m. The first Sunday was!: a spiritually .
man is expected to fill his place ST. MARY'S W M. public concerning the Sunday services will be high day us Rev. Smith
like a good soldier. The womenare achievements of the Alliance in charge of the associated ministers delivered a powerful and timely
watching to see how they Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor social Issues and events in the ; song services Sunday morn i message from St. John 1-U

run! Miss Dorothy Major, reporter past year or so. It is necessary ing will be rendered by choir I verse. lie used as n subject,
Sunday will be Children Dayat that; the public realize the Ne- No. 1 and by the Male Chorus "I must you must bo born
BAHA'I ASSEMBLYThe the above church. Our own gro clergymen of Greater Mi- Sunday night. The No. 2 ush- again He advised all who
Rev[ H. V. Stuart will speak to ami are contributing to the ers will serve all day. Pray for I heard as Jesus:: advised Nlcode-
Baha'i Assembly of the: children. There will be a progressive changes taking and visit the sick mus that "except ye be born
North Dade County is sponsor- joint choir. Sister Farrington place on the social frontier. again ye cannot see the Kingdom
Ing a Race Amity picnic, to be ask that members, please let us Prominent speakers and out- ST. BARNABAS W. M. of Heaven." During the
held in the garden of the homeof deck our church as we have standing choirs are being evening service he further admonished -
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Baum- done on Mother's Day. scheduled for this wonderful Rev. B. A. Culmvr pastor all true Christiansto

gartner 14151 NE 2nd Ct., Sunday at 3:30: p.m. Rev. occasion, and we hope that the Mrs. S. Dawklns reporter hold fast to that which thou
North Miami, 3:30: p.m. Sunday Stuart will sponsor a Family public will feel free to come to Sunday June 10 will be hast l/ecause tho prize Is for
June 9. Rev. Jack Smith of the program on behalf of Men s this fine program. We hope that Father's Day. Each member Is the one who holds out to the
North Miami CongregationalChurch Day. The public is invited. such a meeting in which the asked to do his and her part. perfect end.
will be the (guest Men's Day Is fast approaching Ministerial Alliance reports to The speaker for the 11 a.m.
speaker. He will speak on his and the chairman ask that the public, will become an annual service will be Fr. Theodore R. After partaking of the Lord'sSupper
experiences in race amity work. captains make their report at 'I event. Gibson of Christ Episcopal everyone went to their
Race Amity was Inaugu-- Church and various homes spiritually sustained -
Day the church Sunday afternoon. : Rev. E. T. Graham : president of the
president
rated by the National Spiritual and committee NAACP. Guest soloist will be .
Assembly of the Baha'ls of the Ways means Rev. W. F. Savoy, reporter. I Miss Theresa Lewin and Bald
United States to emphasize the will meet at 5 p.m. win Hepburn.The Sunday, June (0 Is Youth Day
there At the SUrprise
-
Were
which is you will Uu and our youth have gone all
oneness of mankind given In MT. CARMEL BAPTISTRev. evening speaker
party
a basic principle of the Baha'iTalth. birthday the pastor.The out to make this an enjoyable
honor of Rev. Stuart which was
night at the D. A. Bradley, pastor male chorus will serve event. Patrick Range will be
Invited held Monday usher board No. 1 will the morning speaker. Our own
Mrs. Christine
The public is cordially hall It largely at. Cohen, reporterOur sponsor
church was
Straw ride to Opa Locka Fri. John Percell will be the even-
to attend this picnic. tended members and friendsof pastor had a very par- a '
by
ticular text on Sunday, but we day June 28. Tickets are now Ing speaker. EVeryone Is invited -
St. Mary's.A
NEW PROVIDENCERev. as Christians should be particular on sale. The public is cordially to come out to give moral
short program was rendered. people. Theme "Woman invited. support and encouragement to
C. J. Burney, pastor Rev. Harold Brown said thou talk like a foolish women; our youth In their endeavor. Let
Sis. Claudia Wilson reporter the Invocation. We had talent curse God and die." CENTRAL M. BAPTIST us not forget to visit and pray
Sunday Is Youth Day, at our from St. Mary's, Mt. Sinai and The No. 2 usher board will for the sick and bereaved.
church and we are expected to Mt. Olivette. Everyone enjoyed close its anniversary on this Carver Ranches
have a wonderful time. The themselves. We are hoping that Sunday evening and they are Rev. T. J. Clark, pastor ,
children will be in charge of Rev. Stuart will be over the asking all our friends to come Rev. I. W. Hepburn, AssistantThe GREATER ST. MARK P.B.
the services throughout the shock that he might deliver the and we with them. public is cordially Invit

day.we message to the children on Sun The Sunday School and BTU ed to attend dedicatory ser- Rev. F. L. Johnson, pastor
are expected to have some will have a Grandpa's Hayride vices for our new Hammond Mrs. Ruthle Mae Scott, reporterOur
fine sermons delivered on that day.Thanks to Sis. S. Farrington on the 24th of this month. organ Sunday, June (9 at 3 p.m.
day.One who worked so untiringly to Bible Class every Tuesday Many outstanding groups and kindergarten will have
of our members Sis. choirs will be on program. The Its .graduation and closing exercises -
make the what it was. 8 to 9 p.m.Remember
Beatrice Booker has passed and Thanks to part. C., Mrs. E. K. the sick and shutIn Rev. Joseph Smith will be principal Monday, June 10 at 7:30
the funeral service is expected Johnson, Mrs. Myrl Gibson and all over the world in your speaker and the Rev. E. p.m. It will be centered aroundthe
to be held Saturday evening at all those who donated towardsthe prayers. Come to church and Williams will alternate. The Jackie Gleason program. 'I
the church, we are asking the be refreshments, again thanksone ring: a friend with you every Rev. L. A. Thompson will pre- Plan to come and make this a Ii''
members of the church to
and all. Sunday and Tuesday night. side. success.
in prayer for the family. '"
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F 1HE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. IN I MEMORIAM Albert . .

DE.A THS MISS .MARY GARLAND, a
PAGE 12 SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1963 In memory of our darling resident of this area for 34 years

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daughter and sister, -
Nrbd..litlliI. died May 27. Services were con
ducted June 3 at Friendship
RANGE . Baptist Church, Rev. W. E.
CARDS ... MEMORIALS Sims, pastor. She is survivedby

.....,. ISAAC THOMAS BAWL, a her adopted family, Mr. and
longtime resident of Miami died Mrs Herbert Williams with

Saturday, May 25 at his homeat whom she lived at 6100 NW 8th

I IN MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKSThe z 5200 NW 27th Ave. He leavesto

| In sad but loving memory off family of the late mourn his wife Hattie, a Ave.MRS.. ERMIE LEE CLERK-

HUGH LIVINGSTON CASH son, Isaac and a daughter, Ca- LEY, 6518 SW 59th Ct., South
wishes to express its gratitudeto retha. Services were held Sat- Miami, died !May 28. Her sur-
the many friends and neigh- tf urday, at 2 p.m. at the Churchof vivors include her husband,
bors for their various acts of NW 3rd Ave.
God Temple on Willie; a sister Mrs. Zeda Thomas -
kindness and
concern during and three )bYothers. Services
their recent bereavement. A
held June 4 at Mt. Nebo Baptist
,v special note of thanks goes out I MRS. MARY ROBINSON of
Church.
to the Rev. Father Thomas A. 2 N, 208 NW 13th St., died Thursday,
% Griffin and the staff of the Alay 30 at the Paravilla Nursing
JOHN. MATHEWS of 324 NW
Richardson Mortuary for their Home after a long Illness. Sht!
f very fine and efficient services.We .. ,_ is, survived by a daughter, Lula 7th St., died !May 30. survivingare
and broth
T a son daughter
,
shall be eternally gratefuland M. Alae Robinson, age 14. Serviceswere
..... in the er. Services Friday, 2 p.m. in
may God bless and keep held Wednesday
I the chapel.
all. chapel.
you
Miriam Cash and Family 1". ti I"
//1 .rf Richardson
LAWRENCE of 770( . .
_..._ _._. ARNOLD
I IN MEMORIAM, -- '
t I
NW 55th St., died May 31. Left MRS. JESSIE LEE BOLDENof
DAISY LEANORA GREEN oehlnd to mourn his passing are 1502 NW 7th Ave, Florida
l f In of
loving our
x Fqm dear son and memory father, who slipped away from us June nis wife, 'Thelma Manning, two City, died !May 2. She is sur-
? G, 19C2. children, a brother. Final rites vived by her mother, Mrs. An-
need were held Wednesday in the nie McKay, a sister, Mrs. Hon-
God understand our every
chapel. tense Snow and two brothers,
J. And hears our every prayer Robert and Owen McKay. Ser-
,, He sustain us in our trying vices held at the Church of
BOOKER
MRS. BEATRICE
,,-g--, .- And hours case the loss we bear of 1838 NW 58th St., died June; with Christ Rev.in Florida M. C. Smith City Tuesday officiating -

MRS. DELL BROWN L God knows there's little that 1. She is survived by her hus- .

who departed this life June 7 I we can say band, Bill a son, Albert Miles,
Or little that we can do two brothers, Charles Denhamand GARFIELD JOHNSON of
1962. t tffc He brings us comfort In the Amos Moore, a sister, 1822 NW 6th Ave. died May 29.
I Gone but will never forgot loss of our dear one we Sarah Harris, five grandchild' He leaves to mourn a wife, An-
ten. Loving and kind in all her
Final rites will be Satur-
loved so true. ren. nie, a daughter, Mrs. Fannie
ways, sincere and true in her missed 2 at the New Providence -
heart and mind. A beautiful Sadly day at pm. Moton, a sister, Hannah and a
Edna Culmer, mother Baptist Church. brother Kent; two nephews
memory she left behind, and in ,
Herline McKenzie brother
four nieces. Services held
silent sorrow it's nothing I can on
do except to live a better life in Wednesday at St. John Baptist -
memory of you. IN MEMORIAMIn r LOUIS JACKSON who had Church with Rev. Thedford
Richard Brown, son lived In this area for the past Johnson officiating.
Mrs. G. M. Rodgers, sister sad but loving memory of 14 years died suddenly Satur-
Mrs. Mineria Bain, our dear father, day June 1 while enroute to BRISCO INGRAM of 1G40 NW
.'I grand daughter JAMES THOMPSON Cloverleaf Hospital. He is sur- 1st Ave., apt. 5 died May 29.
Whose passing occurred June 7, vived by his wife, Erma Louise, He is survived by a wife, Na-
4WILFORD 1DGO. seven sons, Louis, Leroy, Lacon- omi, two sisters; Mrs. Estelle
: IN MEMORIAMIn Sleep on and take your rest; lie, Willie, Frank, Herman and Morris and Mrs. Rosa Bryant;
we love you but Jesus loved Rodney four daughters, Anna a brother Sam, nieces.nephews.
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sad but loving ;:memory of HOLLANDwho you lJ st. I Belle Gilbert, Margie, Linda, Services held in the chapel on
mother and Claudia T. Jasper Thursday with Rev. Thedford
our grandmother, Phyllis and Catherine; three
this life 24
June
departed
,
.. { ." .-'. 1" 1961. Elouise Thompson, brothers, Silas, Paul and Jim; Johnson officiating.

:. : '. ... There is an open gate at the daughters mother-in-law, Mrs. Laura
\...,.,..'. .. .;'\ end of the road Lawrence Thompson, son, Drayson. I BONNIE R. SMITH, Infant
... '1"I And Family daughter of !Mr. and :Mrs. Rob
Through which each
I ", must go ert A. Smith of 501 NW 4th

M ..... '!". I And alone there, Is CARD OF THANKSThe Ave., died June 2. Graveside
," . .R' : a light we cannotsee. LINDA LEE DIXON, one services were held Thursday.
,,. family of the late year old daughter of Mr. and
, '. ."4 Our Father claims his "
" own Mrs. James Dixon of 1727 NW SAMUEL
: FRANKLIN
? : aw Earnest Holland}) father 59th St., died :May 31. She is BERT JR., son of Mr. and GIL-Mrs.
Mrs. Jessie Holland, mother survived by her father and Samuel Franklin
Gilbert died
Bernard Holland, son S mother and a sister. Services June 4. Arrangements ,
Sandra and Debra, IA F held Thursday in the chapel. complete. are in-

daughters A d dcr5
Dorothy Holland, sister

: ARTHUR ALPHONSO
IN MEMORIAM THOMPSON, a resident of this SOCIAL SECURITY

I In sad but loving memory of t city since 1925, died June 3.

I our daughter and sister Mourning his passing are his .. . . .. .
wife Darnella Archie
_ a son, a
daughter, Patricia; two sisters,
Frances Delancey and Arnet .
: -o.M --
43.'v Woodside, three grand child- ",-. c fI
ren. Final rites held Thursday asOU wnw 101 _

., k f In chapel.
'
MRS: ANNIE MAT GREEN .,d. 1 1SW Are you planning to retire
who departed this life June 8, soon? If so, you have probably
1962. EARNEST HAL JONES of lien giving it a lot of thoughtfor
Gone but not forgotten. 0020 NW 3rd Ave., apt. 15 died I some time, and you have
May she rest In peace. May 31 at his:: home. Survivorsare certainly made a number of
Annie Louise Mapp, Dght. : a.w' a his wife, Doris, three children preparations for such an Impor-
Henry Mapp, son-in-law father Jessie and a broth. tant event. But have you secured
Richard Mims, grandsonAnd I. I er. Final rites held Thursday in information about social
Family the chapel. security benefits? Have you
THEODORE WYCHE found out the amount of any
i w wish to express their sincere benefits payable? Do you know
\ IN MEMORIAMIn thanks and appreciation to what proofs you must present

loving memory of my dear their many friends and neigh. Francis . before your future planning -
son, bors for their cards, telegrams. with a little advance prepara-
and flowers. To all who sharedour MRS. ELIZA PARHAM of tion you can aproach your retirement -
F sorrow by acts, words, 150 N 16th St., apt. 10 lied June with a greater feeling
deeds of kindness during our I 2. Services Saturday, 330: p.m. of security. To repeat a sloganwe
hour of grief. Special thanks to at Greater Israel Primitive often use, "Inquire before
I t< f Father Theodore Jones of the Baptist Church with Rev. P. you retire."

H Church of the Incarnation, D. Brantley.officiating. Remainswill You might nsk, "Why shouldI
Bunche Park Elementary Schoo be He in Francis chapel 5pm. inquire before I retire?" You
MISS LORENA ASHE and the Range Funeral Home. Friday until 7 a.m. Satur- may have a general idea of the
who 1961. departed this life June 9, The Family day and>at the church 7.30: a.m. benefits you may be entitled to.

Survivors Include a son, Ellis But do you know that certain
wJ It seems to have been Just. IN MEMORIAMIn Smith, four daughters, Mes- members of your family may
S F. yesterday, dames Armanda Shipp, Ethel also be entitled to benefits? Or
When God saw fit to take you sad but loving memory of Scott, Vera Murkley and Mat- that you may be entitled to
It away, our dear daughter: tie Whitfield; sister, Mrs. Cal- some social security benefits
The pleasant memories of you JOYCE NEEDY PRATT lie Hayes. even if you do not retire com-
will linger on, who died June 4, 19G2.
sdI pletely? If you do not know all
Since It's true you've really Sleep on dear Joyce and take the
answers to these questionsget
gone, your rest, we all loved you but :MRS. MARY DELAWARE of in touch with
Sleep on our loved one, and Jesus loves you best. 14560 Jackson St., Richmond social your nearest
: take your rest. Reacker Neely, mother Heights died June 2. Services security office well in advance

: :, We'll always love you, but God And Family Saturday, 2 p.m. at Martin Memorial ment date of your planned retire-
" loves you best. Key West I 1 Methodist Church with tion and get the informa-
rdi';I I Mrs. Leasher Ashe, mother Rev. John D. Dukes officiating. you need.
I No
And Family Remains will be on view in the matter what your age, or
Wi k IN MEMORIAMIn chapel 4 p.m. Friday.. Survivors how far away social you are from retirement

I. loving memory of our dt\ include her husband, Willard, security is still
( ....... IN MEMORIAM Important
-- for it provides
tL ; husband and son a daughter, Miss Valarle Dela-
.1. :1/! SEDGWICK (Train) ROKER In loving memory of our dear ARNOND D. HUDSON, JR. ware; father, Charles Martin. day-to-day protection to you
: u .. .. who departed this life June 5, mother and sister, who departed this life June 7, and your family against the
)0\'. t. ." 1961.. MRS. LILLIE MAE LAWSON I risks of total disability and un-
1957.
fi. May his soul l rest Sands in peace... who A broken passed link June we 3, 1960.can never:: There's -an open door at the end And there is a light we cannotsee timely Learn death.about your social security -

MrsXauretta and family replace, for God's way is alwaysthe of the road by visiting your social
mother best. Through which each must go I Our father claims his own. I security office. The people there

The Children and Family I alone The Family will be glad to help you.
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I THE MIAMI
TIMES MIAMI, FLA. t'. . . . . . ......+..-..
Neuritis and Sciatica CHRISTENING
SATURDAY! JUNE 8
, 1963) WARNER
PAGE
13 HINES
Hy DU JAY GUTIERREZ Mr. and Mrs. Albert B. John
. .. . .
Painting 'Contractor Neuritis Is a painful inflammation son (Lillian) will christen their

FOR SALE of a nerve with impair- baby girl, Gloria Loretta, on
ClassifiedFOR hSMQtjALJFVlNl3bedroom( : ment of power and sensationto Sunday, June 0 at 9:30: a.m. at
Christ Episcopal Church, Coconut
Park on very the parts supplied by the
nice street. Price is Grove, with a reception at
$9,000
$450 down Lime with nerve. The 4 p.m. at their home 14420 Buchanan .
Realty, 4932 term Is most St. Richmond
RENT NW 7th Ave. PL 04371. Heights.
w frequently em-
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FURNISHED or unfurnishedapt. MUST SEE Lovely CBS in ployed when
In Opa-locka Stephens Manor. } there is The reason is that most cases
Involvement
1 Tile
area -bedroom roof, an -
of neuritis result from disturbance
a -
unfurnished. $15 week, 2- garage, appliances, pretty yard. of of mechanics
body and
bedroom unfurnished. $400 down and
$18 $68
1- month. Life
bedroom furnished $21 2-bed- Realty I 4932 NW 7th nerves going to displacements of spinal vertebrae -
Ave. PL .
rooms furnished $25. Call Mic- 9-4371, Open Sundays and evenings '.t either arm Involved, creating irritation of the
kins Rental Agency. NE nerve.
)
4-0500 Indf Licensed' and Insured Sciatica is a Any;: sufferer! :_of neuritis_ should
i V NO LII'YING By City and County neuritis of the avail nimseir of umropracic
OIIZ Duplex sciatic nerve, one of the longest without delay
Service
1 I3Tr furnished phone FR 986851oln
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$13. Mlcklns Rental rooms and Indf published in the public Interestto
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E Eloyce, D. Watson j15. LOVELY CBS Florida room, Georgeous Homes to Chiropractic, it may the corner of NW 22nd Avenue
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NE 5-8915. ing. Mortgage payment, custom built, fenced yard

-FURNISHED l-bedroom apt. --all schools. 100% HUMAN' HAIR IMPORTEDW.

All modern. Adults or will take 1761 N.W. 153rd Street (open)
One child up to 3 years old. Ph.
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3-BEDROOM HOME located NE 5.5257 HI 8.9580 GS

3011% NW 56th St. For infor-
MO 7.3328
mation come to 2467 NW 61st
St. or call NE 5-8976.

$ Coin pare
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NW GOth St. Open. CBS, reasonable -
rent. Call Mr. Gross
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Days:NW 62nd PL, 43431.St. Nites PL 9-5533, (2)) bedrooms, living:"room, dining room, kitchen with 79th & Biscayne Blvd. Take Elevator Next to Gale'

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1184 NW 48th St. $600 down. located throughout house. This house includes a Large 4-bedroom 2 baths
$81 month. Open Sunday 2 to 7 AND

p.m. ,2 one bedroom mortgage.CBS.Move No qualifying rightin. private carporte and utility room, an automatic 4120 NW 11th Avenue ,,

Christensen, Reg. Broker, washing: machine, with beautiful lawn and shrub FHA price and terms. This house has everything,O',
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NEW CBS HOME Coconut bery. This house rent for $20 per week and! can Call Arthur Solomon PL 1.7492THE

Grove area. 2* bedroom, 1 bath, KEYES CO.
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125. Spacious home and lot. Call

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est America'sSouthernmost Alpha Detla Meets'The


J City National Sorority of Phi 16 Fast in Jail
Begin Albany
By FRANCES E. PALMER Delta Kappa Alpha Delta chap-

... . .r. . . . . , " . . . . . . . 1 I I ter met Saturday, May Black-25 at ALBANY, Ga. Six field Some of the arrests stemmed
the home of Soror Ruth
The Regular Deluxe Club met secretaries for the Student Non- from a campaign to urge Negro
nt the home of Mrs. Copeland Cleveland Tynes, a well nell.Following the business ses- violent Coordinating Committeeand citizens to vote against a
Hawkins Tuesday, May 29. known Key Wester, is 111 at sion candlelight service was ten local Albany citizens bond issue in which it was unclear -
After the regular routine of Monroe General Hospital. conducted commemorating ourFounders' whether proposed build-
began a fast here last TuesdayIn .
ings would have segregated facilities
business a repast was served. celebration. The
Day of their arrests
Our next meeting will be heldat Arthur McIntosh, son of Mrs. service was impressive. protest on or not. Others, demon-
very from
the home of Mrs. Florence Beatrice McIntosh of 106 OliviaSt. various charges stemming strating in behalf of those arrested -
Jackson, 10-D Gabriel Apts. ., is a patient in Dr. Dee Poo At the close of the meetingour protests against segregation.In on the bond issue, were
Hospital. Members of Bethel hostess invited us Into the jail now are Dr. W. G. An- incarcerated as well.
There will be a special ser- AME Church and friends of dining room where we enjoyeda derson, president of the Albany SNCC field secretaries have
mon preached on Father's Dayat this community wish him well most delicious repast. Movement, Slater King, vice been In Albany since October,
11 a.m service at Bethel again. On Sunday we worshipped at president, and SNCC staff mem 1961, and have worked on voter
AME Church, Rev. K. D. White St. James AME Church, Rev. J. bers Prathia Hall, 22; Jack Chat. registration and direct action in
" pastor will deliver the mes- DEATH B. Blacknell, pastor. Truly the field, 20; Joni Rabinwitz, 20; this city as well as Terrell, Lee,
sage. Come out and invite a Mrs. Antoinette Welters Her- spirit of God was there. 'rhe Joyce Garrett 24; Don Harris,
friend. The public is to nandez died at her residence, pastor preached a wonderful 21; Faith Holsaert, 20; and and Sumter Counties.
all of their services. 409 Smith Lane on Saturday, sermon. eight Albany residents.
June 1 after ill
extended
Evans left I an Several members from Beta Miss Halsaert charged last
Mrs. Margaret Phi chapter, West Palm Beach week that arresting officers
the city to spend her vacationin ness.Funeral Spend $2 for freedom
services held
were
husbands made lewd
with their
visit her along were had fondled her,
York to
New City,
Thursday, June 6 at 11 a.m.
our guests. It was a pleasureto propositions and threatened to
Friends wish her a
daughters. from Join The NAACP!
St. Mary's Star of the have them. strip her. Police Chief Laurie
pleasant stay. Sea Catholic Church, Father After church service we wentto Pritchard denied the charges.
A. Millett, S.J., officiated at the the parish hall for dinner.
Mrs. Irene Perez, 1215 Requiem Mass. Burial was in Such a well planned meal it''
White head St. is spending her the family plot in the Catholic was. Ernest Bellamy was our
vacation in New York. Cemetery. caterer. TURNER'S KINDERGARTEN

Survivors are two sisters, H. Holton, basileus; I. K. Sid
Mrs. Myrtle Curtis of Miamiwas I. Mrs. Jennie Moss and Miss ney, reporter. 7168 N.W. 16th AvnueIs
in the city last week to at. Geraldine Welters; two brothers -
end the graduation of her Joseph M. Welters and Dr. registering for the summer session and is also
now
granddaughter, Sandra Marie Warren W. Welters of Miami; Mickens Auxiliary 6021 of the
Strachan. two aunts Mrs. Rowena Pinder Veterans of Foreign Wars and
teachersand
Certified
first thru sixth grade.
and Mrs. Lillian Roberts of was a faithful member of the teaching
Little Stephanie Pinder, Hollywood, Fla., numerous Women's,; Civic Club of this
granddaughter of Mrs. Rowena nieces, nephews, cousins and city and worked for the Flori instructors. Hot lunch and pick up service.
Pinder left the city to spend sorrowing friends. da National Bank for the past I
her vacation with her parents, Mrs. Hernandez was past 15 years. I Call OX 1-2265 Rev. O. E. Turner
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Pinder of president of William Weech The Key West Undertaking
Richmond Heights. Auxiliary 168 of the American Co. was in charge of arrange Jun8
Legion, a member of Walter ments.

BIHTIIDAV GREETINGSMrs. I

Florence Jackson, Miss
Erskine Saunders, Miss Ferre-
cita Pinder, Mrs. ElizabethVan
Dyke, Miss Lula Mae
Kingsley, John Carr, Henry
Singleton and Rev. K. D. White. FREEGIFTS !


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Mrs. Ethel Whitehead wife of
Alfred Whitehead of 709 White. FOR NEW SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
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at this writing. OF 400 OR MORE.

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And CalantheRose May Day QueenOn
TALLAHASSEE
Enroll- 1,335 students are attending the arts and sciences has 627 stu-
ment statistics for the first termof seven-week term which ends dents; school of education 391; of Sharon Court, No. 23,
the third trimester at Florida May 24 Cheryl Matthews,
June
15.
school Mrs. Malissla Harris, counselor
graduate 121 school of -
I A&M University released by E. A breakdown< of the figures I agriculture and home; econom- will meet Monday, June 10; a charming energetic, popular7th
M Thorpe, director of admissions according to schools and colleges ics G6; college of law, 10; schoolof Artis Parks Court No. 59, Mrs. grader was crowned May
In the School
and records Queen Mays High
,
reveal that shows that the college of nursing 77; school of phar- Cornelia C. Glenn counsellor Auditorium at 3:15:
p.m.
macy 26; and vocationaltechnical meets June 12; Margaret Court
institute 17. No. 33, Mrs. Susie M. Hendley, The queen was a vision of
Statistics by classification reveal counsellor, meets June 10; Lilyof loveliness In a street length
that there are 08 freshmen; the Valley Court No. 58, Mrs. organza dress with matching
191 sophomores; 310 Juniors, Sarah D. Belle, counsellor, will pumps. She carried 12 red cr-
r4 555 seniors; 121 graduate stu- meet June 13. nations.
dents; and 51 special students. Grand news. The Knights of Nine princesses made up
Enrollment figures show that Pythias of Florida are going to Queen's court. Each princessthecess
379 of the 530 males are living start building a Castle hall on wore a pastel street length
in university housing, and 538 their lot in Jacksonville In the I dress and carried a carnation:
of the 709 females are housedin near future. The princesses were Barbara

,, ar 5 r'a \ t university facilities The Knights of Pythias of Lenard and Sharon Hepburn,
I r' 't: I Dade County are going to start first princesses, and Loretta
,t I. building, soon in their lot In Lane, second princess. Others
5 Miamians Get Richmond Heights. Sir DonA. were Marsha Gray, Yvonne
'.;, \\l Belle, reporter. Odom. Barbara Ball Orie Malone -
'Jf ' ) Willie Mae Glenn and
"\ Hampton Degrees
... Earnestlne Green.

"' ..' t;. 1 HAMPTON INSTITUTE BS; Goldye Y. Simmons, BS; The following young men
.-.Q. 't.. Five seniors from Miami, Fla., Maron E. Wiggins BS; and Henry served as escorts: RuebVn De-
.)., were among the 220 who received R. Young, BS. Veaux, John Kimble, Sheldon
e;>.' t\; baccalaureate degreesat Dr. Richard D. Weigle, presi- Anderson, Calvin Riley, Ricky
""'4I '',.". 0,.l "a Hampton Institute at com- dent of St. John's College of An. Pratt, Joe Ancrum Charles Da.
i : 1 mencement exercises June 3, at napolis, Md., delivered the com- vis, Sammy Haynes, Clifford
19:30: a.m. K mencement address. Howard and Thomas McCollum.

i I They are Gloria Jean Burrows I
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.
I3A; Betty L. Johnson, I
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1\\\1\\t\\t\\ "EQUALtt


I Debbie's Playland K. ing and QueenWe I t\t\\\tt\ OPPORTUNlTynLockheed


thank our parents and of Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Clarkof t}
friends for their cooperation 1337 NW 41st St., Miami. The
little princess is Patricia Bever
during our May King and
ly Harris daughter of Mr. and
Queen contest. King is Luther
Douglas Purnell, son of the late Mrs Edward L. Harris of 1040
Luther Douglas Purnell Sr., NW 41st St. RETS
and Mrs. Margie Purnell of 8018 You are invited to attend the
South Park Ave., Chicago, III. commncement program, Friday Seeking
Queen is Michelle Monica Carey, June 14, 7:30: p.m., Salters
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sher
man A. Carey of 1741 NW 48th Chapel AME Church at the cor PREPARES
St., Miami. Princess is Karen ner of NW 48th St. and 27th
Qualified Negroes
Patricia Moore, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Bennie Moore of 7560 Ave.We
NW 14th place, Miami Princeis Qxtend best wishes to you If All

Valance Selwyn Clark, son for a wonderful summerj8.
Marietta Plant Making Sincere Effort, 7 U U
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"Livinnr Service for the Living" Having Hard Time Finding Engineers ?

FOR

Lockheed Aircraft Corp., In Marietta is engaged in

an intensive search for qualified Negro employees to fill

jobs, some of them top engineering posts that are avail-
able in its Georgia plant. THE

y a result of the new agreementthe - -
r + lly AL KUBTTNKIl company "has reviewed the
Industrial records of all our Negro .
United PICK InternationalOn
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employees to assure a continuation JOBS
May 25 Lockheed President of opportunities as
Courtland S. Gross and they occur

Oscar L. Range Funeral Home son vice, chairman president of Lyndon the President's B. John. Ing LOCKIIKKD for qualified is engineers now search-, regardless THAT

Committee on Equal Employ- of race, and having a
M. Athalie Range, Owner N. Patrick Range, Mgr. ment Opportunity, signed" a hard time finding them. Company
joint "plan" for progress. It recruiters recently visited
5727 N.W. 17th Avenue pledged the aircraft firm to five Negro colleges and put out

OX 1-0131 OX 1-4343 qualified'aggressively: minority seek group out candi-more feelers to a number of others. ARE

............... --.. dates for Job and to make certain r
there are no discriminatory -
practices In the plant.It Howard University in Wash
SEE TIlE WORLD'S ington D.C. Tennessee A andI LOOKING
GRHAT PROPHET h having trouble finding at Nashville, Tenn., Tuskegee
A True Leader them and has urged Negro high Institute, Prairie View Univ., A
35 Years of Experience schools and colleges to Improve and M of Houston, Tex., and ,
Bishop Hunter I'M well known IIII! w their standards and "turn out the North Carolina A and T of I
PROF. HUNTERIf graduates who can meet requirements Greensboro were among the FOR
." Negro schools visited by Lock
you are nick' worried' or In heed recruiters.All .
troubled this In the place to come
Don't slay 'In the rut, push back of the company's adver
the veil of bad luck that went HA HOLD ARNOLD, in charge tising carries nondiscriminatory -
to hold you 'in your track, and of vocational services for the clauses and three eligible YOU
advance forward by the help of ? Atlanta Urt/an League, said Negroes recently accepted Invitations
God under the leadership. of Lockheed apparently ii makinga to Join the Lockheed
Prof. Hunter who ]has 35 year "sincere effort" to fill all Jobson Management Club. Recreation
of experience' 'in spiritual and a non-discriminatory basis. facilities such as softball and '

occult "d'ncr.Iakc: your home Lockheed now has about 530 tennis also are desegregatedand "We also have many white
happy. He will show yon hose Negroes Its several Negroes plan to enter applicants for similar Jobs who
to enemies and the that life demandsfor among 11,000 employees -
things
bypass get tournamentthis
your about 5 per cent. In a company golf fall," an official explained.
Come nil. Healing meeting Wednesday
,
you. one come every season.
9M when
at the Spiritual Temple of Zion' Inc., 5117 S.W. 17th $t., the firm had a pay- Mattison talked frankly witha
vest. Hollywood Fla. 7:30 p.m. roll of 19,000 about 0 per cent IN A RECENT examinationfor Negro group recently about
of the
employees were Negroes. the Job of clerkstenographer the company's inability to finda
Even before the recent agreement 11 Negroes applied. Nine large supply of capable Negroes
Lockheed: had eliminated failed the test, one failed to to hire."Lockheed's.
such features as segregated how up and one passed. As in
drinking fountains, cafeteriasand the case of all applicants the experience in 10
rest rooms. failures were given a chance for years of offering opportunitiesto
a re-test. Out of the!. two who Negroes," he said "shows
E. G. Mattison, director of In.' tried again one passed and was that a major problem Is to find
dustrial relations, said that as hired. professionally trained Negroes.

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