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Title: Miami Times
Uniform Title: Miami Times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: June 15, 1963
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
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Volume ID: VID00706
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.r The Times are Changed and we are Changed With Them

40th YEAR, No. 42 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY_ JUNE 15, 1963 16P__ Y- ;.2n-,CENTS

FBI Seeks Murderer Of Community Relations Boat

NAACP's Medgar EversHATE Deal With Racial Tensions re'a

KILLING Appointments to be ers prevented an Integration .I effort WOl ou 2e rela- I.
50 UnemployedGet demonstration recently at a Miami tions pI' ___ ttre latter
supermarket."We promiccd to do all he' can "to
Made TuesdayAs coax the-Negro people to follow
TrainingAmong can't persuade these the orderly processes..''
Mississippi police, notorious. an emergency legislationthe young people too many times
ly ineffective in seeking out the 50 Dade Countymen Metro Commission passedan not to do thishe said. "T h e Bishop Carrol agreed with
white slayers of Negroes, have who enlisted this week In ordinance Tuesday creatinga young Negro men and women the Commissioners proposal. I
t been ,Joined by the FBI In the the Job retraining program, 30( Community Relations Boardto coming back from college are and told them: ,"It's ipost Important -
massive search for the: slayerof . will become auto mechanics and deal with racial tensions. not willing to let us old people that you be 'hqnest and!
Medgar W. Evers. 20 of them cooks.Of who have been dragging our frank )In setting out ;its purposes -
In Jackson, Miss., Chief of The action followed as sequence feet to keep dragging our feet." that all men. receive
Detectives M. B. Pierce said the county's 23,000 unemployed of a statement made Father Gibson wants a com- the rights they have as hu.-
:authorities have "some a total of 633 has applied by the Rev. Theodore Gibson, munity relations board with mans."
.leads' In the good of for retraining, and 160 that only long discussions between a trained staff, and authority to
the assassination of Evers 37- have been accepted. They reported -: whites and Negro lead- make strong recommendations, The board was created and I Ia
for orientation session I he said. committee of 14 clvlfc leaderswas
year-old Negro civil rights cru Monday and started work on asked to recommend the ,
sader. Tuesday.. Bishop Coleman Carroll challenged names of persons to verve on
Tension has mounted in the Metro Rejects Gibson to pledge com- the, board. Appointments$ will
Mississippi capitol since Evers Classes for waitresses, typists, plete support to community I be made next Tuesday\ ,
was gunned down in the drive. stenographers, calculating ma-
way of his home Wednesday. : chine operators and auto body Urban Renewal

His widow, Myrlie, called on repairmen will begin Monday.

Negroes to continue their fight Among the new trainees are Over
against racial discrimination. four Negroes: one, a father of Agency for MiamiThe i Refugees Taking

Federal agents feel confident eight children, whose Job on
of tracking down the slayer of the railroad was abolished; a Metro Commission, by a
Evers, Mississippi field secre farm laborer; a disabled veteran vote of 7-4 Tuesday, rejecteda Cuba
Game ?
tary for the National Association with twins and an unemployedtruck separate urban renewal agen
for the Advancement of driver who plans to be a cy of the City of Miami, and
Colored People. cook. deferred for one week setting
| a countywide urban .renew.- When Cuba "fell" last Satur, disguised, they burst Into sev
I al up agency so tney couiu seek day, 16 persons were already In eral places only to find them t
additional recommendationsfor custody of Dade County law empty gone out of business!
SPEAK UP GOV. BRYANT I : membership.Those enforcement officers who charged
them with lottery operation. Some of them were charged

It seems that everyone in a position of responsible favoring the separate Fifteen of tho 10 arrested were with possession and sale of bo-
Cubans leading feel lita tickets. Dond was, fixed at
agency were City Attorney many to
leadership has spoken out during the present racial Robert Zahner, Mrs. Elizabeth that the refugees had taken $500 on each count.

sis except our Governor Farris Bryant.As Virrick and Metro, Commission. over In Miami the game that
er Hughlan Long. originated in their country.
our nation and state face a moment of moral "
For the opposition were the r A Joint city-county strike ',
and constitutional crisis, men of vision and good judge- Metro Citizens Advisory Boardon was staged at 0.45: am. by 60

ment should make themselves heard. Community Improvement, I officers, some of them calledin '".10'\. "
the Government Research Coun from off duty. (
If Gov. Bryant feels he can sit back smugly and say ell of the Miami-Dade Chamber ,
The raiders
nothing, this thing might well blow up in our collective of Commerce and Luther rants Issued ,by carrying Peace Justice war-

faces. ,How about it Governor Bryant? Brooks, president of Bonded Ralph Ferguson and orders

Collection Agency. from Sheriff T. A, Buchanan,

County Manager Irving Me- aimed at sellers, runners,
LEE BROWN IS Durham Hotels And Nayr also recommended that counting and relay houses, ,
the board permit only one bars, poolrooms, grocery stores I II
renewal and private homes. They seiz- I I
county agency.:
TOP SCIENCE Restaurants T fix ed numbers tickets, bet lists ,
4 and several hundred dollars in
SCHOLAR 'I: DURHAM, ,N.C. -'. A bi-raclal RESTAURANTSLOWER cash. ff w ''y,

committee, appointed following
One of the brainiest of the mass demonstrations conducted BARS Although the officers were I ;
than 8,000Dade' County jointly by CORE and NAACP *
more ,; all AT GAINESVILLE l44
high school graduates this yearIs announced on Juno '4 that'
Lee Miller Brown Jr., son of the city's hotels and mptcls) ,and GAINESVILLE Negroes LIVINGSTON ,
Mr. and Mrs. Lee, Drown of half of the city's restaurantshave receIved full service at 12 resaurants t
Richmond Height Who was agreed to desegregate.The
and luncheon
hotels and countersIn i
number of ? tt
selected last week as a pos- this j '
sible winner of the annual motels around the city which 1 nesday as university racial barriers town Wed-were PRESIDENT DIESDr. U ,

Shriners Scholarship Award. have adopted the new policy i lowered the recommendation Gloria ,Anette Mitchell tho
on ,
total 12. Of 103 restaurants, 55 William J. Trent, 00
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--- of a bi-raclal committee. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P.
-----: have agreed to Integrate and 8 president emeritus of Livingston -
: others are considering a policy I Only one restaurant turned College, Salisbury. N. C., Mitchell of 231 NW 7th St., Is
change. Negroes away as they made died Wednesday, June 12 Salisbury the 1001: valedictorian'of Hooker -
The recent nonviolent demon their test "eat ins" in the prev T. Washington High School

strations wee marked by over, lously all-white facilities. Negro Dr. Trent finishing with a 4032 avera'go'with
was president for
? 1400 arrests. leaders promised to picket ( hdnnr points). r
i4 32 Ills William
Durham Is the second North the restaurant and years. son, Jr.,
Carolina city to announce .desegregation ers which denied member In executive secretary of the Gloria was active, In the Sen-
N '1', of' most hotels and of their race service.At United Negro College' Fund. ior Choral Society, Future '
1, s f.r" eating places. The first was a news conference later] Dr. Trent was a close friendof Teachers of America, Girl Counselors -
Charlotte and the latest, Wln- Charles Chestnut III, of the Kelsey Pharr of this city, !' French Club, Y-Teeni,
stonSalem.from I youth council of the NAACP, having spent his last two honey Spanish Club, National
said Negroes would continue to moons here an Mr. Pharr's plan Society, Athletic Association
, "patronize all restaurants !In the guest. and Honor Society organizations
ity. Mr. Pharr will not be able to at her school and Youth
? conceivable source
every He said other restaurants attend the funeral on Monday Group at Greater Bethel AMB
Jt the have shoulders been heaped of this high brilliant upon would be entered!' during the due to orders of his personal. Church. .'

i student. A chronological run- I week until all had been tested. physician '
I Formerly, she wo president
4i down during his high school of the Florida State Future
M Jt2i career reads something like ATLANTA POOLSINTEGRATE Teachers of America organiza i
"Father John" Held
:: this: As. a freshman he received tion. Gloria won first place In
the Scholastic Achievement For Mail Fraud the '63 county typewriting con-
in the schools
Award first place
; test and second place in a for
Science Fair. Sophomore year Harvey E. Bassett alias mer Florida State Typewriting i
......: I he was: Selected to assist in Father John, Harvey Smith, ATLANTA Some white content.: ,
neurological ,research at the was still In jail Wednesday, I children left, but others stayed
2 4 As one of six candidates cho- University, of Miami (has con- charged with mall fraud. when young Negroes showedup This year she won two Herff
.*. represent Dade County tinued In this work for the The 32-year-old Bassett, from I Tuesday at the desegregated Jones' Awards In the, field of
.tluring the Annual Shriners past two years); received Washington. D.C. Is being held opening of the city's 22 ,pub mathematics and. music. Gloria
Convention; to be held this year Achievement Awards in science bond 1 lic swimming pools. It .a debutante and a runner-up A
under $1,000 for
Jn Miami, young Brown has an biology and as top scholar.In "blessed numbers" la the field of ,music from the ,
become the guaranteedto Three high school I
>?excellent chance to Negro Silver Knight' Awards,
stop winner of the group and his Junior year, had top wjn at numbers. boys swam briefly at the Pied I
lve up to $1,000 as an assist project in statewide Science He was caught while setting mont Park pool. Because of her fine voice, she "c
?. toward furthering his Fair competed in National Science up the "blessing lie was fills a busy schedule of singing ,
(educational aspirations. Fair at Seattle's World bound over to the Grand Jury About a _half-dozen white engagements in' our community.
; Fair (was one of the final- IJy U.S. Commissioner Roger E. swimmers left the pool. Others Gloria will attend Fisk Unlver
.. honors and awardsfrecel Continued 5 Davis. remained. .
To date on page ity this fall. .<..

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First Cduntdown, June 17 . I

PAGE 2 SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1963 I flr Miami Zetas BeginLaunching \

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Local members of the Zeta gress reports for weekly meetings f:

Phi Beta Sorority, Beta Tau during' June and July. {

fit Zeta Chapter of Miami, will begin Meetings of these groups will :
the first countdown June be held at the homes of the Ii

17, which will herald a seriesof various chairmen.
CATHERINE and CALVIN Friday. A reception was givenIn I events preceding the 43rd OTHER COMMITTEES SEEK \

MAPP have returned home from honor of the newlyweds by 7v'4xAEW Sorority Boule scheduled for SUPPORTAll 'j
Washington, D.C. Catherine went the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1520. '
Miami July who have
persons, served
up to witness Calvin's gradua- Ozell Dunn at their Dania home.
tion from Howard University Mrs. Harrison is a teacher In All members will assemble at as hosts to national l meetings yin
School of Law. the Broward County system. the home of Mrs. Marian M Miami are asked to extend
Dean chairman of the Boll e support to Mrs. Berttice Johnson
REV BERTRAM COLLIE Is Souvenir Program, to compile chairman of the Kit Committed ,?
here visiting from his Texas post. DR. AND MRS. Nathaniel Col- the material for the \. ; Mrs. vernav Pratt Jones,
The main purpose of his visit ston emplaned to Knoxville, Organizations, clubs, friends of chairman of the fcort tfoy' age
Tenn. last week for the wedding well-wishers are invited Ball Boule A Pant arid the
was to attend the graduation of daughter Zetas and ( host t
Miss Juanita Greene -
his son Bertram II, from Booker ; of' his niece, Jean Colstonto to display ads and compliments of other chain ) whb .seek
T. Washington High School. Leon Kellv of Chicago. JeanIs of Mrs. Essie Pugh of 1143 to Welcome visiting sup'pbrt. When the Zetas :
.. the daughter of Knoxville NW 58th St., completed the Zetas. YOUt'M' l ml are hostess, Miami

LAND BURROUGHS .and ston.College The president couple was, James wed in Col-the course of Psychology on The COURTESIES COMING: IN and ,Dade County is on parade. ,'.
his wife their Pre-School Child" along with "
are spending vaca- First United Presbyterian
tion with his mother, Joycelyn, Church and the reception took Mrs. Dorothy Brown and 51 Mrs. Marian H. Shannon, local .'. I
:and his many relatives and chairman of Boule activitieshas Coconut Grove :
place in McCullough Hall on the
white students Monday, June 3 announced that among
friends. Roland is a senior medical Knoxville
After the
student at Howard Univer- wedding, Mrs.campus.Colston returned at Dade Junior College, divisionof many courtesies to be extended Woman's Club News \
adult education under the instruction Balt-A-Date Party If
sity. will be the
home while Dr. Colston flewto
Tallahassee to attend the of Mrs. Lila Powers. July 15 sponsored by the men Summer Recreation t
Miss Greene is also a memberof of Phi Beta Sigma fraternity,
MEMBERS of the facutlty of Medical Association meeting. At NorthwesternThe
the South Florida Associa- Rho Sigma Chapter of Miami.
West Dunbar school
Elementary tion on Children under six. The Pan Hellenic Council and
reported a very enjoyable BImIni 1963 Summer
cruise last Saturday. MR. AND MRS. John O. affiliates are contemplating
Program at Miami Northwestern
Brown attended the graduationof and planning courtesies. -
their son, John, Jr., from is expected to start rolling
FLORAL HEIGHTS Elemen- Wooster School In Danbury, Sunlight Annual PRIVATE ACCOMMODATIONS: June 17 at 8:30: a.m.
'tary School faculty enjoyed their Conn. We hear that John has SOUGHT
:annual outdoor picnic at the Joe.Albury's Local and Boulevard hotel accommodations Registration will begin at this
been accepted at Harvard Uni- Alumni WorkshopThe
time and the activities will begin
in Hallandale. versity for the fall semester. will be used for
visiting delegates during
Sunlight Alumni Assoc- Miami Zetasare such as arts and crafts music,
iation presents! a workshop for gymnastic, weight training, Individual -
Booker' VINCENT ALBURY was marred compiling a list of homesfor
program sponsored by
days Mondav. and team will l
T. Washington Alumni Associa- In Key West on Sunday to I the many delegates who re- sports
I June
17-18 from 10 a.m. to 3'' be offered. This will
Barbara Chapple of that city. accommodations in program
tion was held In the BTW quest private -
school auditorium last Tuesdjy. Vincent Is the son of Leo and p.m. homes. Mrs. Rosetta Vickers be offered each day, Monday
Participants were members of Mary Albury Ferrell of Miami There will be featured all chairman of the housing 4:30.through Students Friday from, from 8:30: 1-18 to
the graduating classes of 1933 modern phases of beauty cul- committee, asks Miamians with will: Ue ages
'43 and"53. The class of '53 i BIRTHDAY Greetings and ture. Our local and statewide available accommodations for accepted.
awarded a $300 scholarship to best wishes to: Anette Davis, hair stylist will highlight the 11-20, to consider offering themto
graduating senior Delores La- Samuel Smith II. Robin Mon-, program. The guest artist for the committee for place-
nier. The Elliott J. Pieze Scholarship cur, Harold Mitchell, Keva the occasion will be Miss Lana ment. c
($160)) was awarded to Elaine Carey, Sylamerle Mar- Hlllyer of Washington, D. C.,
1963 graduate, Laurasteen shall, Verma M. Bryant, Ella demonstration and nationally WEEKLY :MEETINGS UNTIL .
Thompson. Williams, Rachel Grler. known stylist for the Summit IJOULE
Laboratories.We During the final official meet. ,
Parents the Year, honored MRS. VABIIT1 COLEMAN Ing held June 16, all committee
by the Alumni Association were ARMBRI8TER has returned to anticipate the presence of members and special groups ap
Mr, and Mrs. Robert Clark and I the city after having spent a few all beauticians, alumni and were Instructed by the Baslleus 4
Mr. and Mrs., Daniel Johnson. days in Lafayette, La., where friends. There will be no charge of the chapter, :Mrs. Juanita W. .
This honor is given annually to I she attended the graduation of for this two-day occasion. Pinckney, to prepare for pro- I N
parents with five or more children her son Wilbur Coleman, from
who have completed their Holy Rosary Institute wherehe NOW! IS Till TIMK: TO PLAN YOUR PARTIES
high school education. has been a resident studentfor "I'd Love toKAY. Cater to You"
number of Wilbur
a years.
OUR SINCERE sympathy to can be remembered by readersof SMITH
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,] entire State of Florida is' GAINESVILLE The NAACP were temporarily suspended branch plans to resume picket. ened with violence for the past 'l
.;1 seething with NAACP activity I branch has been demonstratingall when the mayor started con- Ing of theaters. week by white teenagers. When I ..
; as branches throughout the week. The youth council has ferences with restaurant and SAUAHOTlPicketIng has 50 youth members went swimming -
;, state are demonstrating for been picketing theaters and hotel owners. The city Is attempting been under way for over a at the public mach over f
':t desegregation of public facilities stores and is also asking desegregation to formulate a comprehensive week. 200 white hoodlums armed with
schools and increased em- of the public sum- plan of desegregation. TALLAHASSKK bottles gathered. Police have i I.;:
: ployment opportunities. mer school session. On June 4, of public facilities and accom Picketing closed the beach "until further
has been conducted at chain '
Due NAACP the mayor appointed a bl-raclal modations. notice." I
to protests, several stores, grocery stores and two I
cities have appointed bi- committee. MELBOURNE After receiving //I
Winn-Dixie markets in
super JIIIADKNTON Neil Hum-
racinl committees to work on DAYTONA BEACH 175 an NAACP letter ask- -
"Operation Equal Employment.
: overall of desegregation and 50 adults' ing for prompt desegregation, phrey, Sarasota branch president '
young people A branch committee met with
with 75 from
pubic met youths
of facilities and accommodations. picketed theaters and stores. the mayor set up a biracial Secretary of State Tom Adams Bradenton and Palmetto
to organize -
committee. Branch president
Six Negroes and six whites and has been in conference with
Despite threats of violence were arrested for demonstrat Henry Jackson was named a the Governor's assistant an youth coun-
;; from white hoodlums and arrests ing. Picketing is continuing, member of the committee. in the State on Capitol employment cil. Plans have been made to
picket stores and theaters in
,I" in ohe city, the demonstrations however, and the number is expected ST. PlSTKKSnURO The building. This will be a state- Bradenton and Palmetto.
are continuing in full to double. The mayor NAACP youth council Just completed wide project.
4 force, NAACP Field Secretary has appointed a bl-racial com- a voter registration drive TAMPA: Desegregation
Robert Saunders reported this mittee. which added over 1,000 personsto WINTER HAVEN Youth negotiations got under way. I,
week COCOA Demonstrations the registration rolls. The deonstrators have been threat- I
:Tampa has had a biracial comfacilities Ii

m Itt ee f or some t i me an d mo s t

3 To Attend Red Cross I Bus Riders Save $25 A YearGreater I Negro have bus drivers been desegregated have been Ii

It\ hired and S. H. Kress In Thor
Miami bus riders will ings range from 10 cents a .1
has hired Its first Negro
; Meet In Maryland I save some $25 a year under the round trip to the 90 cents a City
: Metropolitan Transit Authority' for patrons betweenWestwood cashier. i iM"
t Ellen Cooper, 14841 JacksonSt. tee for their leadership quali Operation Unify Unified Service Lake and Miami International -
., George W. Carver I ties. and Equalized Fares, which Airport.
\ School student: Diann Crum will go into effect Sunday.An MW M "4M,
t ley. 1310 NW 65th Terr., of Miami I Activities at the week-long Other big cuts in fares Include F k 1
Northwestern, and Jose- session will include one group average savings of 10 50 cents from Coral .
phine King, 10535 SW 146th I who will be chosen to publish cents a day for a round trip, Gables to the Airport and back, I '
Terr., Richmond Heights off ; the Leadership Development 50 cents a week, more than 40 cents from South Miami to
Mays have been chosento 'bulletin. Another group of stu- $2.50 a month and $25 plus a Hialeah or Miami Shores am
f Highh} e Red Cross East- dents will plan, organize and year will stay in bus riders back and 20 cents in the roundtrip
ern Area Development Center, supervise a total recreation pockets and pocket books under fare from Crandon Park
Hood College, Frederick, Mary program including sports, the new program. to Hialeah the Airport or Miami rt r 4t : 1
land. June 30 thru July 7. games, talent shows and group Shores. .h",
singing. In addition, they will Route by route, from one I
The young people, all Juniorsnext plan the final banquet includ- fare zone to another, the sav- Miami Beach riders will paya
September. were !selectedby ing decorations, entertainmentand nickel more per ride to down .,, .
the faculty of their respective closing ceremony. A third town Miami but to other pointsIn .l i
schools and the Red Cross group will complete a school containing Ideas and sugges- Miami the Beach patrons
Education Relations Commit- exhibit and develop a guide tions for this Red Cross Inter- will pay ten cents less per
.1 national program. A final group round trip.

THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. of will water conduct safety a skills demonstration and tech- MTA officials- said the new .t ,
I I program will eliminate fare'inequities
Red Cross.
: niques taught by
JUNE 15 1963 PAGE 3
SATURDAJY, which now have one out
of every three MTA passengers
paying 15 cents while the other
Recognition Day two pay 20 cents.

At Kendall Home The change in route and ser- L,, a
vice, _which also__will go Into ef
Sunday, June 16 will be observed feet Sunday, will effect Immcd! :\ KDNA: MAPI of 1950>
as Recogntion Day at lately a majority of Dade: Coun NW 5th court, announces the!
the Dade County Children's ty's transit patrons. graduation( of her son Calvin R.
Home at Kendall. I from Howard University Schoolof
The principal speech will be Many patrons will be able to Law, Washington, D. C. He
originate and terminate their
delivered by N. Powell, a member t h a graduate of B.T. Washington -
of the G. W. Carver high trips on one bus eliminating High School nnd Morris a
school. He will Ue presented v; J transfer requirements. Other Brown College, Atlanta, and
by Supervisor Alfonso Williams patrons will be able to travel was a member of the Miami
of the Children's Home. Robert 1, t } greater distances in less time. Police Dept for eight years. 1 1s
Brown will serve as master of I

ceremonies.You '
are cordially invited to Ly r YTOP
attend. elli: I !

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Chest X-rays will be availableat r t
the following locations for SERVICEWilliam
all Dade County residents 18 --_.._-- *
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Monday, June 17,. the unit FAMILY Miss Evalina Williams right: Mrs. Margie Miller and Professional Piano Tuner

will be located South Miami I center of Opa Locka, who her parents, Mr. and Mrs. David And'' Repairer
Federal Savings and Loan As- I was graduated with high hon- Williams, all of Opa Locka 1935 N.W. 153rd St.
sociation 6075 Sunset Drive,
from 9 a.m.-12 noon and 1 p.m.- ors from Bennett College last and Mrs. Alice Murchison, a Opa.locka Your BMA man
week, is shown with membersof
friend Phone MU 8.3770
4 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday, her .. of Greensboro. ,
June IB and 19 at Holsum Bak- family immediately following -
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Red Road Entrance.) Tuesday's TV SERVICE AND SALESPL
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Scott Association, 6304 NW 14th County Young require work. Our prices are lower than others doing rash e. .r .Im er
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:: Miami CORE Vows AII.Ot

r Fight Against Discrimination

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Atea meeting Wednesday to Negroes he said.

Mh night at the Central Life Insurance COUB's first objective,

Company's office, 178 Moore said; Is to open up new

NW 14th St., a promise Was Job opportunities for1; Negroes
II. E. SIGISMTOTD REEVES, Editor and Publisher ',
GARTH O. REEVES, !Managing Editor +FS ti i made to launch an all-out "We ihtentl to put oUr people"i

campaign against segregationin In clerical posts in every store
Member of the Associated Negro Press downtown busihess places.
Member\ of the National Newspaper Publishers Association I on Flagler, Street. We're goingto
Albert D. Moore, chairmanof demand better 'Jobs from the.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES the Miami chapter of the county and city," he said.
ONE YEAH 95.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN fO.OO Congress of Racial Equality. Moore declared that those

Catered as Second Class Matter, August 0, 1027, at the Post Offitt (CORE) said, "We want com- places that say they don't practice
at Miami, Florida, under the act of !March 3, 1870 plete freedom this year. There segregation, will be tested.
will be no more waiting; no
Main Off lie at 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue-Phone OX 1.0421 more moderation."
Uranch at 1112 N.W. Third Ave., Miami Florida-Phone FR 82230 Cox Kindergarten
L.T Moore pointed out, that 96
cent of the customers Graduation
per __ _ _ .
TUB NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead the world one jarge super marKei.L are
( racial and national when It accords to man
rom antagonisms every
To Receive Masterof Negroes, but not one Negro The Seniors at Cox Kinder-
regardless of race, color or erred, his hiLniau and legal rights. Hating holds position.
tio man, fearing no m-;.-tht> Negro Press striven to help every man garten invite you to please
There will be demonstrations
4n the firm belief that all men are hurt as long as anyone is held Science DegreeMiss come '''to their graduation to
back. against that and other stores hear them recite their lines and
Naomi Bullard, youngest unless jobs are made available receive their degree of bachelor
daughter of Mrs. Susan Bullard
of Tuesday evening
nnd the late Bob Bullard of
THE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKThe June 18 at 8. p.m. at Booker T.
1324 NW 2nd Ave. will receive
Founders Washington High School 1200
Master of Science degree
eyes of the nation, perhaps the eyes of the from Loma Linda's Universityof NW 6th Ave.

world, were centered on the state of Alabama and Gov- Medical Evangelists this Observed by IotasOn All 1951 graduates of Cox
month. please call Mrs.
ernor George Wallace this week. Miss Bullard received two Saturday evening, June 1 CoX before June 18, FR 1-8488

The governor had avowed that he would keep two years of liberal arts training at chapters of Iota Phi Lambda or OX 1-1834.
Oakwood College in Alabama.She .
Negroes, Vivian Malone and, James Hood from registering received her bachelor of Sorority observed Founder'sDay.
This marked the sorority's34th
at the University of Alabama on Tuesday, June 4. science, degree from Loma Lin birthday Hay Ride

The threat was made in spite of a court order and da College of Medical Evange I Gamma Alpha Chapter, Miami -
list in 1961 where she was one held a most impressive Let's go hay riding on Grand-
President Kennedy.
an appeal from of two Negroes in a class of candle light ceremony at the pa's hay wagon, Saturday, June
Governor Wallace did stand at the door of the university 46 and received the President's home of Soror Linnie S. Carey, 22 from 3 to 6 p.m. Donation
and. blocked the entrance of the students Award of $300 for maintaining president. Sorors rededicated
promised, the
as highest scholastic 25c.Sponsored
in average their service, talents and fortitude \Jy Girl Scout
for a while. She that school of nursing. of spirit to the Ideals of Troop No. 409 to help raise
later in the day when Kennedy federalHowever shortly will where leave she for Africa, the sorority.The I funds to send our 32-member

ized the Alabama National Guard and U. S. marshals teach nursing in one expects of the to ceremony was climaxed troop to Camp Winding Creekin
with the students, the governor Seventh-Day Adventist with each soror lighting her I Sebring. For reservations
university Mis-
to the
candle vowing to strive to live call Rosalyn Lassiter, PL
changed his mind., and the students were registered.The sionary Bullard is Schools also a 1953 there.graduateof Miss dally maintaining sisterly love 7-73591.'

governor discovered that his arms were too short ; Booker T. Washington High and fraternal spirit.
Joining with her local sorors
to box with the Federal Government. I in observance of this occasionwas
tional Convention which will be
and report
The students registered quietly visiting soror Ann Mitchellof held In Youngstown Ohio August -
that so far everything is going nicely. I Alpha Chapter, Chicago, who 14-17.
the enrollment of SOCIAL SECURITY is the daughter-in-law of Mrs. SUnday morning ,
Alabama can boast that at least, Lemmie Mitchell. sorors wor-
shipped together at the Churchof
quite an improvement on
Negroes at their university was w Sorors were lavishly enter- The Open Door where,a 'cordial
that at the University of Mississippi, and on the 1956 attempt fffff fAA fr tained with a beautiful buffet welcome was extended.

of Arthurine Lucy to enroll there. supper prepared by the hostess Soror Rachel Pratt will host
nation Tuesday -ao-- and Joined gaily chit-chat and the June 15 meeting which will
President Kennedy's address to the on -
plans for
forthcoming be the final meeting of the
received much favorable comment. It was
evening u RRO*1U ?U nR Oi
the strongest and most straightforward ever in the' ..

cause of civil ,rights.Ye The Miami North social secure OTSOTWouldn't
Editor believes from it will come good results. ty district manager, Edward P. '
Blonston, today urged people MEMO FROM .
nearing retirement to ask aheadof

"' The Metro Commission Tuesday unanimously time about their social secur
on ity benefits. "An early visit to
t passed an ordinance, creating a Community Relations the social security office," he

Board to ,deal.. with racial tensions, said "will help speed the initial

,p .Foremost in the appeal to the commission were the arrives social security on schedule check at so the that timeof it

x' .Rev.. Theodore Gibson, chairman of the local branch of retirement and knowing WOULD YOUR -
the NAACP; and Bishop Coleman Carroll of the Roman that it will be paid at retire-
ment time helps in forming the
.Catholic Diocese of. Miami.Fr. details of
a person's retirement
Gibson, said, "there, are white and Negro people plans." : FAMILY INHERIT
'who have been workingfor; some time on the racial prob- The social security office is -4A

e lem, but the young men and women returning from college traditionally one of the busiest :

,) are not 'willing to '1us' old people who have been places year in People town' during who intend this timeof to ,HOME '
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dragging our feet keep dragging them. retire later in the year are ap ,; t
Bishop Coleman!, pointed out the importance of being plying for benefits ,now or calling 'f .r. r t :

\s..' honest and frank in the purpose that all men receive the to find out what proofs are . ort an unpaid .
expected from them.
rights they 'have as humana., According -f\ *
to Mr. Blonston, it is wise to .
"If you hedge, and don't make it clear .that it is to apply for benefits two or three :mortgage?

cjo what it canto provide equal opportunity for everyone, months early so that despite -

h the board will fail,". said the ''bishop.A ed the on rush time., checks will be receive

14-member committee was appointed made up of Many people delay their bene
outstanding clergymen, editors of newspapers and business fit claims because they don't you like to know that no matter what happens
have a birth certificate. Mr. to you, it would be
men. This committee will recommend names of persons Blonston possible for your family to retain
pointed out that
a their home?
to serve on the board. baptismal sertiflcate, confirmation -

Ye Editor thinks this a very progressive step and register, naturalization rec. New York Life's Mortgage Protection Plan insurance
ord, and even a marriage license :
predicts success for the movement. can give you this assurance-lets
in you know that if
M some cases are accep- you I
table. Evidence of earnings for should die unexpectedly, your family would get Imme-
the previous year is also neces- diate cash to help pay off the
President remaining
Kennedy's Bill that would have helped sary. Generally an employeecan mortgage.Cost .

communities experiencing chronic unemployment was use his income tax with- is surprisingly small. If you're a father age 30.

( defeated in the House on Wednesday. holding statement. For the self. for example, little more than $4 a month in life Insurance -

,The vote was 209-204. Democrats cast 189 votes and federal employed income persons tax, a return copy of anda his premiums can provide enough cash to help pay

Republicans 15 for the bill. Against the bill were 152 cancelled check showing payment off a 20-year mortgage for $10,000. And dividends as
Republicans and 57 Democrats. of taxes would be suffi- declared can be used to further reduce premium I
This was a major defeat for the administration. cient. menta. See me for details now. 7wrifo ' I
Sdnce the new social
It' is thought that President Kennedy's strong stand retirement rules have gone security into !

:for Civil Rights helped to kill the bill. effect, many workers past the . h.. ,., i.
age of 62 do not have sustained

earnings from work can receive MURRAY SUMMERS

The ,mayors of the nation have approved the Presi- some benefit checks even 12585 N.E. 7th Ave.

dent's 'program' for reducing: racial tensions in cities. Becuase though they of are this still and working.because North Miami Fla. Rea.fiu.WI PL 4-8241 7-3347

most people should know what

The Metro Commissioners sort of a benefit they can get at ,special! A'genl'NewYorkLife
are to be congratulated age 65 (and at age 72 when
for turning wn' the, proposed ordinance for giving the there is no limit on earnings),

.sheriff' ..the right tp.fingerprint anyone arrested for violation workers would be wise to see Insurance
of/'a. county ordinance. their local social security office Company
at age 62, 65 and 72 to talk over
''One. mteht cross a light, make a wrong turn or park their individual situations. The

illegally :and find himself being fingerprinted, mugged Miami North social security of-
rice is
; ,and placed on the criminal list. You never can tell 1 St. located at 231 NE 79th
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA. I '.\" ......,,:.t:.:. i i VFW Elects NegroEmory to District Officeter

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The resides at
:'. : Gibson VFW Post No. Lisa. family

5693 chaplain for the post 16130 NW 20th Ave.. He Is a

rL1t eight years has been elected to faithful church worker and Is

the office of 5th District chap- employed by the Dade County

rrii 'f' t,. lain for 1963.64.Comrade 'School Board.Commander.
: j-
; 4 Gibson was nomi- Kernell! Dames
nated for this office in 19G1 of Post 6093 and District Chap I
lain Gibson kept this a well
the annual
and 1002 at District
ARCHIE meetings. One of the years he guarded secret, making the '
was in the run-off. When the announcement public during I
FINDER 5th District of the VJFW met in the installation service for Post
May 10 in Hialeah for, the nomination 5G03 on May 25. At this time
-- and election of officers District Commander John Fer-
it seemed that the decision hadbeen guson was present for the Congratulations -
invites to friends to '
HIGHLIGHTS of the BTW are mailing made by the higher officers .
Reunion program were the their June 29th altar date. that Gibson was the man

honoring of the Robert L. for the Job this year. Coconut Grove .
Clarks Sr. and the Daniel R. SOME: OF THE; feature of
District nominations must be Woman's Club
Fatfulous Flagler are hard to h:
Johnsons as parents of the year members having ;'
beat. Their quinela tote boardis outstanding The Coconut Grove Woman's "
along with the presentation of the only one of its kind in -- served the VFW falthfull for Club held Its regularly scheduled
scholarships one for $300 to these parts. Spacious seatingarea HAMPTON JIUI Henry years and with a spotless record meeting on Monday, June

Deloris Lanier from the Classof up and down.It Reeves Young, son of Mrs. Doreen of achievement.This 3 at the home of Mrs. Virgil .
'53 and the annual alumni was good to see most of awardedthe Is the first Simmons 3538 Hibiscus St. ,
U. Young, was probably J
award which will be known as plans
last year's employees back at Final for the Fashion
has been ,*
the Elliott J. Pleze award . bachelor of science degree time that a Negro
their old posts which goes to District office In' Summer Sip to be held in July (
elected to a
The Suwanee River Junior show you where the best of service from Hampton Institute last were completed. Watch for the
College of Madison, a group of is offered. You are sure to week. Young finished in the the south. time and place. A very unique I
40 students and teachers en- meet old friends . Cal, popu field of teacher education with Gibson is 35 years old, marred program has been planned for 1\\
Joyed their weekend in the lar 22nd Ave. eatery, is where a major in biology and a minorIn and the father of a daugh- your enjoyment. Fifteen dol-
Isle of Pink Pearls. Mr and you'll find Sicky Staten and I chemistry. lars was donated toward the
Mrs. Frank Merritt (he's president ! the "Beats" where plenty hap coral rock wall at Vlrrick Park.
of the college) accompanied penings Friday and Sunday The park has been named in
the group. The tour was ar evening.MY honor of Mrs. Elizabeth Vlrrick,
ranged by Charles North's3rd I ardent worker in the Coconut '
Ave. Travel Service. Grove Slum Clearance program.
MOTHER Ronena' and It is to be dedicated Saturday. I.
sister, Frances Palmer, were A lovely program has been I
GRAND CENTRAL Freight' up last week from the Island I. planned and the public is In-
Sales is the new comers to our City attending the funeral of vited. I
ad dept. One visit to their 7th Mrs. Rachel Reeves and the Severn! members of the
Ave. retail store where sav-' graduation of my son Archie CGNWC volunteered to donate
ings on each purchase is something . Weldon Ward, son of the their time In manning the distribution I
you'll have to see, Is late Shaddie Ward was home center sponsored by
worth your visit . Barbara for a few days. He left Thurs- the Coconut Grove Committeeon
Jean Oliver and Ronnie Dur- day for Boston . Chuck I y{ ap I1 Slum Clearance. Mrs. Daniel
den, Saturday, June 29 recep-- Smith, the FAMU Public Relations Simmons will represent the club
tion . Jacquelyn Sargent and ,man is taking a one year Cunningham and Mrs. Virgilat
Godfrey Bailey will be mailing leave for a position with Royal the Children's Home In Kendall -
theirs from New York. Cere- Crown Beverages in Colum- on Sunday, June 10. Mrs.
monies are planned for St. Alba bus, Ga. Smith has been with repast and It was an enjoyable
n Church . Donald "Scoot. the OB committee for some Simmons served a delightful
er" Hyler and Doris Burroughs time. meeting. Mrs. Samuel Lewis
will be the next, hostess for the
meeting to be held on July 1. I
Secretarial Mrs. Daniel Cunningham,
You .
publicity chairman; Mrs Kstello ;1
Course at Miami Mr. and Mrs. Albert B. Johnson Whitehead, president.

of 14420 Buchanan St., parents I
CentralThe - What dictate'
frenzy jealousy I
of little Gloria Loretta of
Benny O'Herry, operator
Division of Vocational, along with her 13 godparentswish the Magic City Driver's Schoolin Though Gay i<
to thank all their jealousy. produced (I jC
Technical and Adult Educationof Miami, is shown receiving
Dade County PuWlc Schools for the very lovely gifts and Grand Central his life mcml rship plaque jealousy by 'love"' an extingiiiNhcN ashes'are by love fire, yet i' ,

is announcing a Secretarial donation that were given her Furniture from John Uarkley, officer of ashes smother the fire. liar.great as. \
Science course that will begin at her christening reception at Freight the Miami branch and himself of Navarre. '1
June 17, at Miami Central High her home last Sunday after- SalesCLEARANCE a life member subscriber.
Adult Education Center, 1781 noon. Again many thanks to all
NW 95th St. Everyone reported having hada HOUSE FOR
The purpose of the course is: wonderful time. AMERICA'S FINESTFURNITURE ,
1. To develop in the adult ;
student a degree of typewriting 45: FRENCH 15: Italian 10
Duncan Plijfo dining rooms, PTWEIITOIRjC
skill and essentials of filing
Jealousy IN the fear or appre- I exquisite matching bedrooms
necessary to meet the hension of superiority;. envy .
I MOM values. to $1,000 1 ) sticriflco
standards set for office ,
employ. our uneasiness under it. William
ment. I$2H5, if perfect $385: unusual L
2. To help the student to acquire Hhenstone. suites.. to $.'\$." gorgeous'" odd t
workable dictation speed and end suites completn $125.) r tI
and ability to transcribe let- DIVISION OF U.S. $1,21)5: : FRENCH: and Italian I tP
ters In mailable form. WAIIEIIOUBKGrand ,sectionals. .., exquisite sofas, gorgeous -
3. To Impart functional me- Central c hairs, recliners, occasional -
chanics of English to enable pieces, marble tables, curio -
the office worker to speak and Freight Furniture cabinets, odd chinas, dressers,
write with completeness, cour- desks.. hreakfronts, chests, will
tesy, consideration, clearness, Sales ho sacrificed today, \\e deliver. } r' tit
COMPLETE selections of Early
conciseness concreteness
rectness. CLEARING HOUR FOR American .sectionals. sofas,
The opening date is June 17 AMERICA'S FINESTFIWNITUIIE chairs, recliners, rockers, occasional
and the course will continuefor pieces, $005.: Gorgeous
16 weeks ending October bedrooms and dining rooms.
COMPLETE: election of Danish'
American and rock maple, sacrifice
25. The fee, including registra-
rurnlturfoeM chairs, 2 for $30, 'xi rl
tion and machine, is $12. $105), If perfect $205. Odd I.w I.
rockers, sofas, Ioung ,
dressers chests" desks, chinas '
Classees will be held 7-10 ,
'M $30 finest American made, t ;
cheaper for cash, credit if yon
p.m. Monday thru Friday. The cheaper for cash, credit If you

minimum entrance require- w Ian. wish.75: EXQUISITE ultra modern --, t? -- -_.. r4 ...7. A1} ALee ,. ,
ments are: satisfactory comple CARLOAD of expensive
tion of typewriting I, shorthand !llnette sets 3.S.very 7, 9 piece sectionals sofas? 25 Castro Ashby Smith (right) of WashIngton ,I
convertibles, to (105: sacrifice
I, English I and II or .t'It"s.'IU be offered at great type 1>. C., president of the
each If $235, Brown
perfect Top
$185 IB 'I
equivalent proficiencies 16
; age ;
sacrifice. Our motto: Cheaper : National Alliance of Postal Em.
other exquisite styles to $405,
the urge for self-improvement. .
ror cash, credit If wish
For additional informationcall $110 TILT A CK sofas you studio odd and end styles $05.$8fW ployees} admires the City of MIami Science Scholar ,'
Fred C. Schollmeyer, assistant couches (sleep 2), sacrifice $55, :MASTER bedrooms, lovely key he received Wednesday i

principal of curriculum, if perfect $O5, you haul $45: modem matching and dining new Danish rooms, styles ultra. In the center is J. C. Mor Continued from page 1 I
69G-4161. cheaper for ('ASh. credit if you man of Atlanta district direc-
sacrifice<< $185 each If perfcsct .istfl); received the Navy Sci-
wish while at left is Phil Helpern -
fine quality odd und end tor,
mat- I ence Cruiser Award (fa
$89.50 FAMOUH orthopedic of the City of Miami Publicity
suites $125: complete. Odd dressers -
FOR SALE I ernment award) l received a
tresses, sacrifice $35 perfect chests, chinas, desks, Department who made
$ haul $30. the Torchof I summer! scholarship from Virginia
-IS. yon for cash. the presentation at
North Miami BeachN.E. cheaper State University in
PUBLIC HALE ENTRANCE Friendship. The Southeastern j mathematics -

151st and 14th Are. 1636 N.W. 7th Ave. PUJILIC SALE ENTRANCE Heglon convention was in I and chemistry ,
1636 N.W. 7th Ave. session at the Hampton House Senior year: Summer scholarship W
Open to 6:30 News i from University of Miami
2 large houses on each lot Motel! Miami-Metro I
Open to 6:30: Photo. j (school of engineering); received
Lot size 66" 132"
j:: award for maintaining A-

FEATURING 'average two years running; received -
2 BEDROOMS Gethsemane Men's Harold E. Kendall

.... DEN IT'S NEVER TOO LATE . Award; Bausch and Lomb
" ::: KITCHEN Day SundayThe Award; and the Silver Knight

: .., DINING ROOM To get your graduation picture made 12th annual Men's Day Award in science.
" LIVING ROOM will convene Sunday, June 10 Brown plans. to continue his y f
HATH at Gethsemane Missionary! Baptist work In the field'of science at I
TILED ROOF .-V WE FURNISH CAPS AND GOWNS Church in West Hollywood. the college level. He is expected -

CITY WATER School College Deacon Lamar Culpepper, I to matriculate at the University
Kindergarten High chairman; Hev. I. S. Clark, pas. of Florida, however, offers
Ideal for two families or to lire 1.'" tor. Will you please come out are bV'ing considered from several
In one ,house and rent the other JOHNSON OF MIAMIFR and worship with us? northern schools. Lee is
,; a registered monitor and enjoys
Phone. PL 1-3604 7.2295 short wave listening.'. He is a ,
MR. LEAR i )j Jealousy In the grave of af- senior life guard and one of
fection. 3Iary Baker Eddy. his hobbles is swimming.

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III A 27th A ye. at 54th St.N .

EVER CLOSED - - Prices Good ALL THE WEEK Weller's AG Store OnlyCOME
,-" .. . . -CONTEST-.. TO--'WIN.. -...99.-.-.BARBECUE-' .. SET. YOU MIGHT BE THE LUCKY PERSON..
Ib 49Smoked Smoked Sausage 590

Picnics 25 LB. bacon Ib Z90

Beef Liver Ib 29* Rib Ends Ib 150

Pig Feet lb 100 Chuck Roast 390

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frozen uairy
Potatoes3POUNDS 91 Meat Ib 101 Cut Okra 2-350
FOLGER'S ALL GRINDS With $5.00 Order
LARGE STALKS Ice Cream 49*
i Celery 100LARGE COFFEE Ib 39 12 OZ. SUHRFINE

HEADLettuce HOOD "33"Bleach Peas 190

190 Gal.Half 29* Sfrowberries SHlRFINE| 23C

6 Pk.6 Oz.-Plus Deposit DIXIE LILLYMealor
Pepsi Cola 194 Grits 5 Ibs. 39 fior-B-Q MUSSELMAN'S Sauce 29C

IMM. Apple Sauce 25*
We..: Cash Payroll" Checks Cold Beer.. At All TimesPILLSBURY 24 Hours DAILY

, -Plain/ or Self Rising 46 oz. LIBBY'S PINEAPPLEGrapefruit ,
4 Flour 5 Pounds 49* Drink 4 for $1
: :
I : Vegetole Shortening 490 Chunk Size Tuna 29ct

,. Cream.. Style Corn 7 for $1 Fruit Cocktail 5 for $1LIBBY'S
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Flagler Dog Track Off Summer Zoo Hours THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. "

For Crandon
To Great Start i

-- -- - ---- -- Summertime hours to enjoy 3 Assigned fa Virrirk Park'1 1Supervisory 1

Qualifying for the $25,000 I the overall figure for the tracks Crandon Park Zoo's 800''animals ..
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Summer Greyhound Open handle. ----tJ.---;;;
will be Increased May 30, according -
under way Saturday night to Dr Gordon Hubbell, personnel for j at Liberty I City Park since
June 15 at the Flagler Kennel With hot competition expected superintendent. the City of Miami's newest rec- March 10G1. The 27-year-old attended '
CluU with a field of better than from the top name stars at The will remain reation center, Elizabeth Vir- Tuskegee Institute in '
zoo an
50 going to the post in the first the track three times a week open Ala. for three years as a physical '
hour later ''
on Sundays and rick' Park have been named
qualifying round. during the $25,000 stake event, by education and social stu-
interest is expected to be even holidays closing at 5:30: p.m. in- James W. Hilton, director of dies major.
Favorites in the first big. greatr than during the first stead of the regular weekday the City's Parks and Recrea-
money event of the Flagler week. closing of 4:30: p.m. All three have expressed their
meeting include the Inaugural Visitors also have an extra tion Department. Interest in working in this park
winner, Perfect Tip; his first Flagler officials, who this half hour past these deadlines Heading the park, which with its unique flower-like
Flagler conquorer, Sonda and year installed a new closed circuit to leave the zoo. with day-long dedication structures which will functionas
the top win star from the recent TV system throughouttheir Opening time remains the opens celebrations Saturday, June 15 a new concept . a com-
Hollywood meeting, Rippin plant, have indicated a same 9:30: a.m. everyday. Is 32-year-old Robert Lee Johnson munity center with emphasison
further improvement in facilities
Tip. more passive recreation for
in the near future. the entire family.
Through the first week of its 109 New NAACP
Johnson Florida A&M Uni-
President Isadore Hecht, General a "We have
operation, Flagler proved to be chosen three of our
versity graduate, majored In
one of the most popular after- Manager Marshal Parsons most outstanding personnel for
dark entertainment spots in and other track officials Joinedin Members in Liberty physical and elementary educa- Vlrrlck Park," said Hilton, "We '
tion as well as In science lIe
extending their I feel
sympathiesto confident
town for Negroes with 7,445 that they will
Miami also Is a Senior Life Saver and
Times publisher H.E.S.
turning out during the week. CityThe make a definite contribution
Reeves and Manager Garth I has public speaking and handicrafts to
On opening night alone the Reeves In the passing of their experience. Johnson prev- this new idea for Miami parks." ,
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Liberty City Branch of Grand --
assigned to
turnout numbered wife and mother. iously was ,
1,801. PI :i<< '
the NAACP Is happy to announce Avenue and Manor Parks and a.t i' < Usher Herbie Day reports the success from a five has been with the City since She has 30
that Negro handicappers have Ohio State Gets week membership effort under 1000. ,years experience I
proved to be best at Flagler the auspices of its dynamic Ho n success In
with a considerably higher per- Negro Back Miami chairman, Mrs. Ida Mae Wright. Working with Johnson will be life Have a
centage of cashed tickets than A total of 109" members and Leo Russell who attended Clark happy home, Reil.osltlon
Wanted $312.25 was realized. The presi- University in Atlanta for two the '
dent and officers deeply apprec- years. Russell, 43, has been yon want, get I
Offers Sought by 09 colleges and iate your support. with the City since March 1054, out of the rut ,,
County Swim I universities including the University Richard H. Powell, president stationed at Dixie Park by the help of

of Miami, Bennie Mrs. Ida M. Wright, member-; Making up the trio of Vlrrlck God. Let my 1
Lessons at 5 SpotsThe Blacker, of Lancaster, S. C., ship chairman; Rosa L. Gavin, Park supervisors Is Joan Ash years of experteuro -( 1
said Tuesday that he had signed secretary. ley who has been with the City help you
Dade County Park and a scholarship with Ohio In buslnrss and
Recreation announces its sum- State University. In work, In. J
mer schedule for "Learn to Blocker, a 21 pounder, said he love I
Swim" classes: chose Ohio State because it STAR MEAT MARKET four psychic! and friends for 30yeafl4. r,
was a "very good institution of Cloned all day Wed. and
MATHESON HAMMOCK' learning. I just wanted to play will be at the big home, HIT:
Registration June 15, 9-12 noon. Big Ten football. I have dream. S.W. 17th Ht., Hollywood, FJ..
Classes begin June 17, 9-12 ed all my life of playing the 1520 N.W. 62nd Street ftcaliiiff meeting every Wednesday
noon. Big Ten. .
HOMESTEAD BAYFRONT He was a B-average studentin CALL IN PERSON -
high school and the )
; among f
PARK June 15
Registration Madam Hunter
institutions that sought his ser
9-12 noon. Classes begin June
17 9-12.
1657 NW 73rd St.
North Carolina; Michigan State,
HOMESTEAD NORTH-Reg. Maryland and Indiana.
M Miami I, Via.
istration June 15, 9-12. Classes
Sunday 10:30: to 2 p.m. Office
begin June 17, 9-12. hours dally 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
BUNCHE PARK POOL Rattler Touring Fresh Meat-Low Prices Licensed by state and county
Heading dally.
Classes begin June 17, 8:30-12: t
With Globetrotters
noon. Phone 624-59G3. / .4?

Classes June 17, 830. Lee Mitchell, a 1001 graduate of It'l
Phone 238-3C92. Florida A&M University, Is h:1ri'i: : :I AF r14 I i' '
touring Europe with the world IcTi
Classes will continue for a famous Harlem Globetrotters ,
two week period at which time basketball team.
registration will again be heldat
each location. Classes willIe Tommy is a native of Talla-
conducted at the beaches for hassee, a graduate of FAMU NOW
pre-school, adults and begin- High, and a former star eager II I/
with the Rattlers. He Is featured -
ners at the pools for beginners,
the "Dribbler" with the
advance intermediate
beginners, Globetrotters.
swimmers, Jr. and Sr. life
The tour covers 11
Saving. Pre-school youngsters including England, France,
will be
not accepted at pools Germany, Switzerland, Czecho- I I I I / I
until For further information
August. -
call the slovakia, Yugoslavia, Austria,
please poolsor Italy, Ireland and Scotland. The t
the recreation office
tour ends August 18.NOW .
Women volunteers are needed

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. New Athletic Club Clyde Killens' Knight Beat-

PAGE 8 SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1963 Elects a CoachThe Entertains' you this week

'b'" r.. ..b.. J' ... '" r'....... V".,Ii.... Broward with .
Jeronimo Athletic Clubof 'C' ...

I Personal Mention County Coral Gables announces the
News appointment of Bennie Mooreas

... """ .-....... ..... .. track coach of its teams of
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>lyWalter various age groups.
Mrs. Rose King of Nassau arrived Miss Claudette King and Ar- Dowe.IIo..L director of
Vince K Antle,
last week on her vacation tie MidNeal were quietly mar- Coach :
I Gables said that
'' Coral
She is houseguest of her ried last<: Saturday afternoon at Moore along with other mem- ik4&n

cousin, Mrs. M. Johnson, 1531 Temple Baptist Church. The bers of the clUb would preparethe
NW 1st court. bride*was given in marriage by - - boys to participate In various r H ,S o
her uncle, George Saunders, The South Broward VFW and open meets < <
....-- and attendants were Miss Cla Post No. 8195 will hold its reg throughout age group the summer. At the
:'It''f. :, retha 'Clark and J. C. McNeal. ular meeting Sunday, June 10 same time, he extended an Invi-
r':', The ceremony was performedby at 5:30: p.m. Members, please tation for all parents, who are
the ,Rev. L. A. Thompson. be present. Comrade Charles B. interested! in having their boys ,
\ *\
( Blount is our new Post Com- participate, to bring them to
Lenny Moore, the Baltimore mander. the track field at Coral Gables
Colts star halfback and ace pass Senior High School each Sun-
L receiver, is currently a Miami The Carver Ranches Fire De day afternoon at 2 o'clock.. HUNTHit
rr visitor. He is employed duringthe partment will meet June 17, underway for Record
off-season by the National 8:30!: pm Members are urged to Plans are now these
Brewing Company and is here be present. the entering of many of "Do You Really Love Me"A
the Junior Olympics -
doing promotional work for his
handsome disc
and West jockey.
at St. Petersburg
firm. While in the Moore'sa
city The beauticians of West Hollywood the monthof
Beach during
guest at the Hampton House. and Hallandale plan Palm singer, Chuck Jackson says
their end-of-the-month dance July. "He is one of the best." First
t the last Saturday in June at Mr Antic, an official of the time in Miami.
Mayor Hayden Burns, one of the Big Bamboo Club in Hal- local office of Federal Bureauof
top aspirants for the 1964 gov landale. Watch for the late. Investigation, said "the pur- Adm. Fri. & Sun. $1.00
ernor's seat will his
of this venture is to expose -
views on some of the problems pose Saturday $1.50
boys, regardlessof
dedication as many
The service for the -
confronting the in his
Negro of the Hammond organ at race, to a development" pro- ,.. -, -- -
rights -
equal move as --
in track and field.
Central Baptist Church, West gram
k A
of honor
guest at a luncheon at
the; Hampton House Saturday. Hollywood, last Sunday after. Regular Adult Sunday matinee
Mayor Burns will address noon was a fine affair. The No. 5 pm. 'The placo to see

y'. .______ _" _.___Jl,;;"";; t'l 30 business and professionalmen some Temple 1 choir Baptist and male Church chorus, the St.of helping lot which clear is now the at title the present of the and! be seen. Adm.' free.

Mrs. Marie I. Cooper of 6831 of Miami. Mark's choir, along with Cen- time free and clear and is now Tuesday nite, Ladies Nite
NW 13th Ave., announces the ford tral's; choir, furnished music owned by the Good Intentions Thursday nite, Amateur
approaching marriage of herdaughter1 J. Sweeting of Miami for the occasion. The Rev. Woman's Club of Carver Ran- nite.
Carol Le-Ila to Ear is among 20 students who Joseph Smith delivered the ser ches.
ngton Hanna II, son have completed their studies at 'I mon and the Rev. Ernest Williams ,..-- -- -
the Interdenominational Theological The club has pledged to paya
and alternated.
of Mrs. Arimenta Hanna Among the
the Fire Department NEXT WEEK JUNE 21-23
the late E. R. Hanna I of NaS- Center in Atlanta and speakers was E. G. Luckie also total of $100 to
sau Bahamas. were awarded their degress at 1 of Miami. Mrs. Matilda Hall of Carver Ranches on 1---
:A-trs.! Cooper is u recent the commencement exercises was mistress of ceremonies. the fire truck.
graduate of Florida A&M Uni- which were held Sunday May Pastor E. J. Clark, assistant I. The club meets every month.first;
versity having received herB 26. W. Hepburn and the the offi- Saturday night of
.S. degree in biology on April President Harry V. Richardson cers and members wish to The clul/s/ motto i is "Strive to
20. Mr. Hanna is a building Ph.D., presided over the thank all who participated. make our community" a better
contractor in the Bahamas.The ceremonies and Bishop H. Thomas place to live.

couple will be married Primm of Kansas City was The officers and members of Officers are: Mrs. Helen Watson .
June 23 at Et. Agnes Episco- the speaker. the Good Intention Woman's president and founder;
pal Church with the Ven. JohnE. Club wish to express gratitudeto Mesdames Essie B. Johnson,

Culmer officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Calendar Roberts everyone for donating and business manager; Sylvia Boone,
the board of directors
chairman of
Don't Be MisledBy of Nassau arrived Tuesday
; Mozella Brown, chair-
on a visit.
They are house
NW 1st of trustee board Alma
DR. JAY GUTIERREZSick guests of their sister and sister- court. man ;
people are more frequent. in-law, Mrs. M. Johnson, 1531 Brown, treasurer; Johnnie
,j ly than otherwise unaware of Miss Louise Miller and Ran Sands, secretary.
spine failure in cases of sick- dolph David Steele were mar-
ness, pain and disease. Spine ried on May 23 at the home of 4qrrq
failure does not always produce Men WantedFOR Mrs. M. Kelly. Attendants were FOR RENT
pain or discomfort in the Back Mrs. Sadie Brunson and Alfred EFFICIENCY APT. Furnished -
unless. there is acute backache Gordon. The ceremony was with modern conveniences.
t or__ lumbago,. but___I" performed by the Rev. L. A. I For further information callOX w
Thompson. 1-3523.

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might, it but not not be wise entirely well, Classes start so n. Don't miss HE DESERVES''' . . . . . . . . . . .*
to try this opportunity to get an internationally . IT
something different, some new COMING ATTRACTIONSJune
approach and means to locate recognized Diploma. THE All NEW
and remove ,the cause, rather 28 30
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helpfulness ) Rets Electronics Schools Jni-- ; t .. Hands are Tied"

,tor. It a chlroprac 215 NE. 15th St. oor.: . ._ _' ,_ "-:.-. "_. ._ .-:-.. :-. -
may mark the day when ....o.- o. '. _, .. .
,you start on the road ,
to vibrant
'health. Miami, Florida July 5 7
Special Father's Day. BABY WASHINGTON
Are you a Chiropractic case? I , "

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i Family DinnersChildren's .

I W&J Guest House dinners 1/2 two price adultsComplete when accompanied by THEOLA July 1214 KILGORE

; Dinners "The Love of my Man"LIMITED

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: Florida Fruit Cup Tossed Chef Salad
._ :: "LARGEST IN MIAMI" French Dressing NUMBER OF
{ Sliced London Broil Beefsteak Mushroom Sauce
i ,., 30 CHOICE ROOMS Cornbread Dressing Round Occupancy

"' Baked Virginia Ham( Pineapple Glaze $20.00 WEEKLY

FIRST-CLASS- FACILITIES' 1ST CLASS SERVICE Sliced London Broil Beefsteak Mushroom Souce Furnished Efficiency

: .f.;i:'ii.' :" I. Candied Sweet potatoes June Peas Hot Rolls and Gas Electric Water
1' ?*,, 24 HOuR MAID SERVICE Butter Father's Day Cake Coffee Tea Milk (Except air-conditioning)
I Incoming Phone Calls
I ; t t t.j Fruit Punch .
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.. tax
,I ., Indl J You'll love our swimming pool
I '- Call Catering Dept. & make reservations NE 3-0611 SIR JOHN HOTELN.W.
i '4680 Northwest 31st Avenue y 4200 N.W. 27th AVENUE St.
3rd Ave. at 6th
t J Plan your Holiday Party at the Hampton House FR 3-3381

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CORAL GABLESEugene Post High School Classes will meet twice weekly \
SPORTS WORLD OVER from 7 to 10 p.m. and will
Milton, Sunshine Review Courses at be In session thru August 15.
State track champion from College officials state that
By LEO AIWIBUISTKH Howard Academy in Ocala is'' CarverThe English and basic math are the
headed for Miami again to Joina areas where the greatest amountof
talented 100-yard dash field Miami Carver Adult Education difficulty is experienced.
aGQGi Gi!: Ga o, ... for the Florida Athletic Club's Center announces Students who formerly took
Open track meet Saturday at these courses have made the
Pattern Good Sportsmanship Coral Gables. ial courses In English, mathe- transition into college success-

Milton matics, and sciences for college fully. Graduates, make the sum-
state Negro dash
bound graduates of the- classof count!
And Reduce winner won the 220 in last mer Register.
Race TensionThe week's Sunshine InvitationalIn Division 10G3. The has Adult offered Education these f

210 after fouling out of the .
President of the United CASSIUS PSYCHOS BIG 100 with two disputed false courses and for students the past have three praisedthe summers ''I Is ....'I! ............... ..,
States, speaking to the nation GATE i starts. plan highly., Registration I

> Tuesday night on the torrid "Milton is anxious to come will begin Monday, June 21, 19'g: A.. FETy g' I
racial problem that?}'Is blanket- Cassius Clay is the continue thru June 25.: The '
working back to Miami after scratch- and forlda :
... ... it
Ing our country, took the role same talkative magic on the ing in the 100' said Ocala Star- fee is, set at ,$2 per subject. I Iiii . I
of an understanding father, with Banner Writer Jim
British as he has done at home. Sports .
the uncanny knack of making Hicks. "He felt he could have
peace among his dissenting He talks for dough and fightsfor I ,
beaten that 10 flat time and 2-BEDROOM CBS With
children; yet not being so apa fun. His initial attempt to he'd like another crack at Carportet .
thetic that he could not use the loosen ;'
the British from their (Tony) Turner"Homestead .
rod of correction If It became: pound notes was met with Ignoring 869 NW 73rd Street .- .
necessary to do so. This stern coldness; then the mighty 'i
alternative would scarcely be mouth turned it on and as ManagerSpeaks $600 DOWN -t $79 PER MONTH "
necessary if a simple addict to be expected gate receipts
such as good sportsmanshipcould soared. Everyone wants to see to ClubAt Real value, total price $10,900. Barrel tile roof, beautiful -
be Instilled in the heartsof how well he can fight
:Convenient to shopping
people everywheregood know how much he can talk. a recent meeting of the floors, dining room.
sportsmanship has always been Homestead Helping Club, held bus line. This home is in excellent condition and is
the key to unlock the doors of TOURNAMENT FOR at the Greater New Mt. Zion
all racial and social problems AME Church, City Manager O. neat and clean. Come by Saturday or SundaY' for
in the world of sports good : 700ERS IN ATLANTAAre T. Person told the audience ( open 'house. Mr. Chris will show you how you can

sportsmanship has been the there any 700 bowlers In that the doors of the City Hall this home.
easily own lovely
factorthat gave the Negro the the house? If there are of Homestead were always
chance to show the ability he sanctioned 700 any opened to discuss and find waysof '
games BROOKS
'' R. M. Realtor
possesses; the President refer- around you can pick them up progress.} ,
red to this when he said "they and enter the 100 tournament In Another speaker was D swell
should be given the chance to Atlanta August 31-Sept. 1. As Roberts who talked on, "Mak- 1'5327' NW 7th Ave.
develop their individual talents an added incentive, Tommy ing a Dream a Realtlty." Mr.
-good sportsmanship broughtan Cordett, Coral Gables' gift to Roberts mentioned such char- Phone 688-6638 Nites MU L7740
end to the social problemsof bowling, will be on hand to defend -I :acters as Richard Allen, Abra-
housing when athletes of mix his 1062 title he won here ham Lincoln, Mary McLeod Be-:
ed races had to travel and live last year.DUNCIIE. thune and others who made
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together whenever he was
their dreams come true.
deserving of fame, it was good LANES FOLDS
sportsmanship that gave the Mrs. Mary Russell Is founderof
Negro his highest recognition- The beautiful Bunche Lanes the club. O. Winton, the LIB-CITY
good sportsmanship paid the seemingly could not stand the president, reported that thru
Negro the salary in ratio to the economic drag and was forcedto the help of the Rev. and Mrs.
Importance he holds on the close its door.*. This will lie Johnson and Girlstown of
team and sportsmanship a big miss to all who enjoyed America, Inc., the club cared DRIVE IN THEATRE
giving its most to the Negro, bowling, at Bunche and will for 015 persons for three -
gave,him the general acceptanceas now feel the Inconvenience of months last winer when the
a man among men. being crowded into one houseto cold killed the crops. OX 1.7959 22nd Ave. and 69th St.
bowl. This should strike the Mrs. Daisy Bell Jackson is
This Is all the Negro wants; management of the Pinland as the secretary.
this is all Mr. Kennedy was appealing :a golden opportunity to recruit
for to the American the entire bowling public by NOW SHOWING
people A good start would be making his place the place to NEW PROVIDENCETo ,
made if the millions ,of true bowl.
sports In the World of Sports you who missed out on Please do not reveal the middle of this picture
would also give him his due In our Day program on last
the world outside of sports. Sunday, you really missed a
NAACP MembershipDrive treat. This Sunday will be Fath
.7 ... ? er's Day and we are expected to

...',, is now on! have another fine time. Come
out, you are welcome.


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? 232 .... many year 'THE Mull-Jl PROFESSOR!' '

before (A Jerry Lewis Production"" ) ,
The diets of many persons 1Father's ., aRt1 )
consist mainly of the dishes '
they like best. On the surface DEL MOORE-KATHLEEN FREEMAN
this seems a good diet policy, Day QfcTTA Qrci/CMC/
but to continue eating, duringthe tJ I LURJdwlKSUU.OIV\ ( i : uwlSw". VuKHHOM'SLyunUWKTHE 1
summer heat, the dishes you A hirmeun ReNne.
enjoy in winter, Is not a good were fathers enjoyiiragl
diet procedure. The consump-- GIANT STORY O-MODER HAWAII!
tion of sweet rolls, cakes, cook-
ies and starchy foods should be Gordion'? I CMAOLTON
decreased but not necessarily
eliminated. Heavy, greasy foods HESTON MIMIEUX
should be eliminated In hot
weather. Starchy breakfast
foods, hotcakes that contain Exactly 141. For Alexander Gordon

starch, plus butter and syrup, introduced his remarkable gin to London'sFathersway
however well liked, will reduce
your vitality and resistance. back in 1769.The first official"Father's ,

Candy should be eaten spar- Day" took place in 1910 at
ingly if at all. The diet shouldbe "'-
amplified with fresh fruits, Spokane,Wash ing ton.Today, cOuMIM R; :Aann Mew nnottrau PARIRTINIR'

green leafy vegetables, salads, Father's Day is celebrated DIAMOND HEAD mAlCat.t .
eggs, fish and lean meats. throughout the nation while I ... rr

The citric acid fruits, oranges, Gordon's is celebrated ii i llliii i !!! ltl 2i i ilili a. L
lemons, limes and grapefruit
the world
should become part of the fam- throughout COMING
ily diet during hot weather. It is the biggest
is normal to drink more waterin selling gin in all of _
hot weather to replace the
body fluids, but drinks shouldbe England, America, the TRUE..TURBULENT..TREMENDOUS! .
cool not iced. Plenty of sleep world. Probably be j
will help to restore deplete METRO.GOIDWYN MAYER \,
cause it still harks back ,
occasional visit to
energy. An DISTILLED ": Mf W tt toe HIM
. your doctor for dietary adviceis to Mr.Gordon's original Ion DON DRY
a sensible procedure. Formula We've never k
. Basic hot weather diet is a Cm ,,.. '-, Y MUTINYON
heavy intake of essential vita- found reason to tamper 7
mins and minerals. A decreaseof with such distinctive ry THEBOUNTY Mr h
starches, fats and sugars. r
Follow these few simple rules dryness and rare flavour.

. and you will feel better and en- / S
interest you in better health
and is written my Dr. M. Radio
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United Fund Fine Arts to Hold

Agency ForumThe BTW School News Cookman Summer Summer ProgramAt
3rd "Summer
United Fund of Dad e "School Is out," was the cry Session Opens Mon. Nathan Young:
County and Its Welfare Plan- that sounded through the cor-
Adventures in Arts"The
ning Council has scheduled an ridors of Booker T. Washington With the advent of summer
all day agency forum for mem- June 7 as 2,300 walked hurriedly DAYTONA BEACH Regis- perhaps many parents in the
ber agencies of the United Fundon Fine Arts ConservatoryMiami's I home. Many will tration for the annual summer Opa-locka area have asked
Wednesday, June 12 at the first integrated schoolof I toward BTW where they will session at BethuneCookmanCollege themeslevs the age old question,
return to
music dance art and dra- "What will I do with child-
Everglades Hotel. my
in the summer will be held Jun 17.
participate pro-
"This is the first forum of its ma, established in 1953, will Some will seek jobs, and ren this summer while I work55
type in Dade County and all hold its 3rd annual "Summer gram.still others will not be doing Prospective teachers may en- Today ,the question of
roll for the three weeks six do is quite
United Fund member agenciesand Adventures in the Arts. what to
their volunteer representatives anything.The weeks, or nine weeks session. simple, just' send them to the
The summer program will be week was filled with activities -
have been Invited to attend ,summer recreation program
One semester hour credit will
," United Fund president, held each Saturday morning of every sort. Toppingthe (June 17 thru July 27)) at Na-
be earned week.
John R. Ring said.Church running from June 22 to Aug- week off were semester per than B. Young 'Elementary
ust 3rd at a small fee of $15 exams. Students displayed sighsof The regular college courses School. There Is no charge of
for six weeks with the 7th Sat relief as the tests were over.
will be offered with the except any kind, this' program is sponsored
News urday . free. Each child or Seniors had a busy week. tion of one or two areas. How- by the Dade County Boardof
adult who attends chooseto Seniors had their commence-
Public Instruction.All .
ever If nine students
or more
study piano (private les- ment sermon, Class Night, and
BAPTIST register for a course, a class children between the ages
MT. sons) or dance (classes in ballet finally, commencement. will be established.The of 6.18 are Invited to participate
Phyllis Myers reporter jazz and modnern) plus the very Commencement sermon was regardless of the school they attend
held June 2 at Municipal Auditorium
Inspirational special experience of learningto summer session will include during the regular school
Sunday, we had two They very were- read, write and listen to for the graduating classof the following workshops, term.. Circle the date: June 17,

enjoyed by messages.the entire congregation great music.It with 1963.poise Each down member the walked aisles kindergarten and materials, elementary methods and ,make It a red letter day for
measure- look forwardto.
Rev. Stephens renderedthe is important to enroll now, dressed In white robes. Each ment audio-visual education your to
message that night and it since the Conservatory must gave strict attention to the testing and evaluation .
was inspiring. arrange for individual classes comments of Rev H. McDowell. and I A variety of wholesome recre-
16 the Dea- counseling, psychology, secondary ational activities will be Included
Sunday, June and appointments in piano. Class Night was held Wed- methods. Instrumentand
cons will celebrate their Dea- Those interested should call nesday, at 8 p.m. In the audi- A-V materials, the during the six weeks period.
cons Day. They have been preparing Mrs Doris Williams (after 6 torium. Parents were honoredat tional child administration excep-and The program includes such activities -
for this day for some- p.m.) OX 1-4678 and Mrs. this program. The play, "An supervision, music education as softball, dancing,
and they are asking the horseshoes, volley ball, kick,
time dchatzi Kassal, WI 7-8136. Over Praised Season" was pre- art library service
co-operation of the entire sented by senior members for speech- ball, storytelling, arts and crafts,
church. The public: is invites Summer is the time to learnan them. The class will and pro- drama Americanism, intergroup relations, poetry time, creative dramatics,
to come. instrument. Dance and enjoy phecy was read at this event. vs. community singing, swlming,
the arts.Knights Refreshments were served. field trips, team sports, nature
ALLEN CHAPEL AME5th Graduation exercises for the study square dancing and the
1 class will be held Friday, June Receiving the Class of 1963 all day outing at Virginia
Ave., Cor. 22nd Terr. Award for 1963 was Delores
Aud-- Beach.
4 In Dade
7 at County
Rev. William A. Curry, pastor of Pythias itorium.p.m.One hundred Lanier, a senior. Delores plansto Mr. Daniels, the regular energetic -

Services began Sunday with four seniors will march attend Spelman College. physical education instructor -
Sunday School at 9:30: And CalantheOrange ly to accept their proud-// Laurasteen Thompson received -I at Nathan B. Young'' will
a.m. with the guest Supt. Stokesof Student Athletic the Elliott J. Pieze Scholar- serve as chairman of the pro-
Greater Bethel AME presid- ship Award of $150. She plans ; gram and will be assisted by
Blossom Lodge No. managerfor the term 1963-64
School observed to attend Miami Dade Junior
ing. The Sunday festival with 16, Sir Willie C. Moore, chan- will be Benjamin Satcher. Ben College. Miss Delorese E. Harte and F.
its annual Sinai cellor will meet June 15. is an outstanding basketball: Lynch.
t guest classes from Door Mt. and Ahmed Temple No.2, Vot. player. Recently he won the The 1953 class honored spon-
Church of the Open all of Charles E. Blakely, grand mo- Most Valuable Player Award. sors of the class with gifts.
many others from parts June 16 Palm Alumni held in the These RADIN
financial report ; Royal Day was sponsors were Mesdames DR. M.
the city. The $133.70. Lodge No. 84, Sir Abram GraceJr. auditorium, June 4 at 2 p.m. Ida M. Ratcliffe, E. E. Waller Sunday 10 a.m. 12 noon
from all classes was ., chancellor, will meet June This was the first observanceof and Marian Shannon Messrs.
The morning service was Rev.con Ar 17; Faith of Hope Lodge No. 32, the event without the guid- C. Wyche Jr., L. R. Blake and General Practice
ducted by the pastor. Sir Arthur L. Oowens chancellor ance of the founder, the late James Simmons. 1159 NW 3rd Ave.
chlbald Johnson aasoulastirring meets June 18; Lily of the Elliott J. Pieze. Mr. Pieze began Phone 374.1419
ister delivered Valley Juvenile Court No. 58 this observance in 1937. Parents of the year received
'H 1.0 certificates. Open daily 9:30: 1 p.m.
sermon. : Representatives from the They were Mrs.
Sanders matron
The pastor delivered the from evening June 19; Gleam of Hope LodgeNo. classes of 1933, '43, '53 and '63 Robert L. Clarke Sr. and Mrs. :5-8 p.m.
speaking Daniel R. Johnson.
message 18 Sir Walter L. Belle, were present for the event. An
does it really
the subject, "What" chancellor meets June 20. inspiring address was given
mean to be great. by Earl Allen, instructor at
observe Father's Day will be Reminder to lodges and Brownsville Junior High and
under the direction of Court: This month is time for Inspiring remarks were made HELP WANTED
Mrs Della Safford. A great alection of officers. ; by: ,William Murray and Mrs.
program will be presented in Don A. Belle reporter I Alma Lucille Crawford.
the church at 3:30: p.m. HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
- - - - - - --- - -
Friends are always welcometo

"The worship Church at with Allen a welcomeand Chapel, f $45.00 WEEK GUARANTEEDBoys

for the people." iJf
a program
and girls, neat appearance, any high schooYinDade
Srhoo of= ea
Baptist ,Council to County. Need 10 from each school. Report

Meet at St. JohnThe CULTUREjJ Saturday morning 10 a.m. to 815 NW 48th Street.
Baptist Minister's Council
of Greater Miami and vicinity ADVANCE TRAINING IN
will hold its bi-monthly HIGH FASHION HAIR STYLING
evening session''' on June 17 beginning BEAUTY CULTURE A VOCATION OF HAPPINESS
at 7:30: p.m. at the St AND INDEPENDENCE

John Institutional Baptist Lincoln Estates Motel
Church, 1328 NW 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4.9998
Highlights on the current 1113 Northwest 3rd Avenue Miami, Florida

weekly International Sunday -
School Lesson will be given

by Bible Expositor Randolph SEE TIlE WORLD'S 22339 S. Allapattah, Dr. Goulds,
Thompson and special sermon '
will be delivered by Rev. W. M. GREAT'True PROPHETA Leader NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS

Davis. All church leaders are ...
35: Years of Experience .:
extended a special Invitation to Bishop Hunter Is well known as .R Spacious Rooms Stove & Refrigerator
attend along with all laymen.
Music will be furnished by the PROF. HUNTER -ii Private' Bath each 24 Hour Service

choirs' of First Baptist and St If you are sick, worried or in a room Modern Furniture
. John Institutional Baptist. troubled this is the place to come Television Mad Service
Church. Rev. T. Johnson; president Don't stay in the nit, push back Large Closets ''Ample Parking Area
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advance forward by the help of
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There was a wave of God'i s which : SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1963 PAGE 11
Holy Spirit at Mt. Hermon sion .
I AME Church all day last Sun- male chorus
day during our 6th AnnualIen's day under !
Day celebration. James Gay

...., A u________ man at the .
instructors : Iw
Junior High I II
i ai f p I .

I were Both superb. { III.

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The ladies
with the
load. After s .

I ed away
z; saw preaching,

people$2,040.60 of

Next X
t a a double 'I.
iI 'MI
ana Youth ,
I i: I
The youth 1 I
celebrate I
day. This I - - I

E grand affair Ministers To ReportTo Acolyte GuildFather's
9a Jw1 ,, and Christian
theme for Public
c morning Day
Tuesday, June 18 at 7:45: p.m.
EDWARD GREENE is the date set for one of the Program

Chairman for the BAHA'I outstanding occasions of the
day was
Willis Jones and co-chairman year: "An Annual Report to The Acolyte Guild of St.
The Public" the Interde-
was Edward Green. Miss Betty by Peter's Orthodox Cathedral
of the Baha'i nominational Alliance of Great ,
There were solos by Baldwin ami will er Miami. 1722 NW 3rd court cordially invites -

Hepburn and Robert Tucker, Center, 137 This occasion will be held at you to attend us Father's
p.m. Sunday, the new sanctuary of the Bethany Day program, Sunday, Jupe 10.
ect will be: bUA unurcn, 2500 NW 6uti 1-0 p.m. The guest speaker wui
OPEN DOOR pose of St., Elder C. B. Rock, pastor. be Lester C. Albert. An interest-
cordially ; Main participants on the pro ing program is promised for
The "D" Day has arrived and Phone ,caul ala us lUUUWS: your entertainment.

passed and the more than 200 further I Rev E. T Graham, presiding, Frederick E. Young, presi-
people who attended are still prayer, Rev A. Trotter; wel- dent; Charles L. Evans, spon-
singing praise for the lovely come, Neal Adams; occasion, sor; Canon Charles F. Cooper,
afternoon pleasure enjoyed by The Church Rev Ernest Hutcheson Jr.; the rector.
all.At : 1809 report to the public, Rev. W. F.
4 p.m. the members and i Elder J. C. Savoy; sermon, Rev O. W. Foster .
friends went to the site of our Nathaniel ; appeal for the offering, Father's Day
future sanctuary to observe the Rev. Aaron Hall and Rev. Randolph -
groundbreaking. Rev Mc- "In the Thompson; presentation
Dowell, our pastor, spoke informally -Psalm 11:1-3: of the clergy Rev. I. C. Mlckins; Fashion RevueThe
concerning various Father's jnd benediction, Rev S. A. Cou.sin. .
methods of groundbreaking. He ed at our . first project of the Cousin
said for this occasion we wouldbe day. Let us I We thank the ushers union, for Bishop Club of Greater
informed as there was muchto fathers who will be helping with the Bethel AME Church, sparked
accomplish during the evening planning a I program, and the several out- by one of Miami's top female
He said there was one day. standing choirs who will thrill stars, Mrs. Cherry M Bowyer,
among us who had been a On last jur oars and souls wun grew will be underway, June 10 at
congregationalist longer than :supervisor, music. 4:30: p.m. in the lower auditor-

even he. This one was Mrs. of the I iuu do_no.tu want_to _miss_ hL ium of the church.-
Annie M. Edwards mother of Eastern i From the beautifully-decora
granu occasion! nato purpose If s
Annette McNeal and Hazel the message. Inform the public of some oj r ted surroundings to the inimif -
Wright. lIe stated that because powerful and celooratlon.,1 the accomplishments and contributions .1 table chant of Milton Smith' of
Mother Edwards had taught In The State of the alliance in the, WMBM Radio, the flawless
a Congregational school for ling Workers .J..tlSt year or so.TEMPLE fashion of fathers will keep
over 30 years he had asked her vene In Miami you breathless.
to turn the first spade of dirt. 23 at the A. The audience Is In for a big
Church of BAPTIST
Little Pamela Hutchersonthe surprise. Unusual, wholesome
of Mr. and Mrs. are asking for
daughter entertainment
for the
attendance. Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastorChildren's
Sumner Hutcherson II, turned family will bo the fare. Your
the second shovel. Mr. Hutche- president; Day was fittingly only challenge Is to be in
1 son is chairman of our build- chairlady; Mrs. observed:: at Temple. The seat at 4 p.m. June 10 in your the
ing committee. He and his committee state ; aofine people! took Rev and did lower auditorium of Greater
have not left one stone Johnson, state Job. The Bertram Bethel AME Church.
unturned to bring us to the Worship Collie, pastor of the St. John Mrs.
point where we are now readyto you need not Baptist Church, Dallas, Texas, dent of Fannie Jernigan, presi-
if the
start to build hoping to be delivered a challenging messageat group, promises you
,-' ready to worship In our new MT. the morning service that an afternoon you will long re
9 member Models
remembered. In Bennlo O' er-
''sanctuary early in November. vlll long be '
',"'j'*%, Members and friends were Rev. P. S. charge were Celestino Smith, Buster A. Cousin, Jomea Munroe,
I K. urged to turn over at least one Miss Dessle Leonard Duncanson, Randy McFadden and a host of
. Shovel of dirt. After the ceremonies Sunday was Gaitor, Leanora Campbell, Ed- popular young school menwill
",t the people moved backto Mt. Tabor as : wlna Lord, Dwight Thompson, tomorrow bring In you the fashions of
the church patio where all ed toward the Christine Hepburn, Priscella a unique and dapper -
..'the tables:: were laden with all Our souls Duncanson. revue planned for your entertainment -
of food. "You It, .. and pleasure.
kinds name by the : Leonard Duncanson! speakerfor
Don't miss Father's
we had it. from the the evening, gave a v e ry Ions Day Fash-
The presidents of the three I. what will It thoughtful address. The youth Bethel June 10.
circles of the church presentedthe gain the whole choir sang at both services
pastor with checks for $100 his soul." with Miss Claudia Hepburn at ST. LUKE BAPTIST
each to buy new hymnals for The message the piano.
the church. The members of us by Rev. J. Father's Day will be observed Rev. P. W. Williams, pastor
the 'church gave William "Bll- tor of First this Sunday. The male chorus Mrs. Bunesba Green, reporter
lie" Johnson, our minister of Ft. Lauderdale.The will sing both morning and The fourth Sunday, June 23,
music, a set of three initialed Male evening and all fathers will belonored. we celebrate our annual Men's
luggage to use during his trip usual Day. The men 'ore striving to
this summer. morning and Sunday at 3:30: p.m. the No. 2 make this the greatest Men's
Last Sunday the Gamma Alpha The Pew choir will sponsor a tea at the Day ever. Each member Is ask-
Chapter of Iota Phi Lambda noon was home of the president, Mrs. M. ed to pay their assessments
Sorority worshipped with Mrs. Ella fall 1670 NW 07th St. The Dinners will be sold at the
us. N''' Mt. Moriah Training Union will also have church each Saturday In behalfof
The Father of the Year will The guest registered tea at the church. the Men's Day. The publics
be selected on next Sunday. own Mrs. Mary Friends are Invited. Invited.
Each Sunday at 11 a.m. visitors Captains and Deacon Floyd Davis, chairman -
and friends are always der the .
welcome. Ethel Wilkinson GREATER ST. MARK P.B.

BAPTISTRev. ler and Sister Rev. F. L. Johnson, pastor
be commended Ruthie Mae Scott, reporter I ZION HOPE BAPTIST

D. A. Bradley, pastor well done. "Here I am. Lord send mo". 5120 NW 17th Avenue
Mrs. Christine Cohen reporterOur Pray for the I the subject -the--i pastor's Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor
pastor's sermon on this I stirring sermon. I sincere Stella Mae Flowers, reporter
past Sunday was another soul NEW MT. ly hope someone was benefited The spirit was high throb .
stirring message. Theme "This Rev. A. L. yThere out the services. The youth department -
thing was not done In a cor- : will be a beach party was in chargeof
ner." Ruby night, June 14 sponsor- the services. Sunday after-
Father's Day we are askingall The public d by the Officers Club of the noon the youth departmenthad
to bring as many of your come to Buses will leave at 8 a program. '
fathers to church with you this Ing our p.m.Various We would like to thank each
Sunday. Sunday School : programs are being
of you for helping us to make
Sunday School and BTU will Ing service at : throughout the weeks our revival meeting a success.
have a "Grandpa's Hayride" on Ing service at : to the Church Anniver- You are Invited to attend our
this date June 24. will celebrate We invite you to come Baptism service Sunday morning
Bible Class Tuesday night 7 sary Sunday at ut and celebrate with us. Re at Virginia Beach. We, the
to 8 o'clock. Rev. Davis of the sick and visit with members would like to wish
Prayer meeting Tuesday 8 to Church of our pastor a happy Father's
9 p.m. Ing the Thought for the week: "Theongest Day.You.
Remember the sick and shut- The public Is journey begins with are welcome to worship
In In your dally prayers. with us In this ne single. step." with us at any time.Mt. .

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PAGE 12 SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1963 loving memory of our beloved I
wife, daughter and sister,
Rachel Cooper Reeves

f ii iiIN CARDS MEMORIALS L7 .. Ii Funeral services for the late nephews of the deceased: John

-- .. Mrs. Rachel Cooper Reeves Cooper, Roland Donathan,
; were held,at,10 o'clock Monday Ebenezer Edwards, Charles
I : morning at the Church of the North, Stanley Sweeting, and
CARD OF THANKS i : Incarnation' Father Theodore Wesley Thompson; also Quentin
MEMORIAM 1 Jones, vicar. Burial Offices North, Harry Smith and Bil-
I In loving memory of our dear : were read by Father Elisha bert Styles.
husband and father, The family of the late Clark, Vicar of the Church of Mrs. Reeves was the daughter
MR. JOSEPH BANKS t the Transfiguration; Requiemwas of the late Father and Mrs.

who went home to Jesus May J, sung by Father Jones assisted Marshall Cooper. Her father
by Father Theodore Gibson was the first Anglican priest of
26 wish to eynrpqq; our deepest
i' rector of Christ Episcopal color in the Bahamas. In 1910
gratitude to everyone who remembered t 4 4s Church. Absolution of the Dead. she was married to H. ,E. S.
us in our hour of ,s 1t was also read by Father Gib- Reeves who survives her.

bereavement. We humbly sub ., Although a semi-invalid for
mit ourselves with thankfulness son.Father
," Jones, .assisted bYt; ,
>....{ to our pastor, Rev. Paul .: : ", $ :'Jt" Father Clarke, committed t h 'e many years, Mrs.who Reeves wasa
\ Freeman, officers and membersof i;; Lincoln quiet person enjoyed
body in the family plot -
sharing her wide reading and
f Zion Hope Baptist Church. .... Memorial
NA ? i fine sense of humor with her
Special thanks to Sis. Weaver, I ,, ..v Active pallbearers were : friends and the friends of her
Deacon and Sister Spike, Bro. ,- children. Her voice was always
/ .M: :
and Sister Crews. thanks : : : : soft and gentle and she had a
Many "
Y +! M/ to Rev. Bishop, pastor of :Bethel ,"' ,.,_"" .,.... ..':t....." :: DEA THSRANGE deep religious conviction of the
faf/ AME Church at Gifford, and IRENE EDWINA BAPTISTEJAMES I basic goodness of all people.

4 .t members, thanks to our many I. The influence of this Christian -
friends on Gist St. May God who quietly passed away on gentlewoman was wide-

bless each and everyone of you. June 15, 1962. . spread although she rarely was
that whom we all
Mrs. Dormie Banks wife It seems one
cherishedIs TIMOTHY WOMACK of 1221 seen out of her home. Manyof

And Family just away but will returnto NW 61st St. was dead on arri- she the children and young! people
met In Miami
us, val at Jackson Hospital June 6. now
be survived by his wife, Mrs. grown felt very close to her.
There will always an open- He is
CARD OF THANKS ing in our hearts for her. Eskra Womack, five children, Myriad floral expressions of
sympathy received
were by the
six brothers and
Lovingly, four sisters, Reeves
family, including the
We, the family of the late, Livingston James, husband his grandmother. Final rites flowers on the altar. In atten-
in Ga.
Elaine A. Baptlste, mother will be held Perry dance
who departed this life June 10, Ms 10 sisters, 1 brother anda where he 'was shipped Thurs- friends were well a large number of
as as some of the
1961. host of aunts, uncles, day night. civic and educational leadersof
nieces, nephews and other
Our loved one slipped away relatives. LORETTA TERESA BRAY- community.Those .
And today there is a void that t NER, six months old daughter from Nassau attend-
Nothing In this world can fill; of Mr. and Mrs. Albert James; ing the services were: Mrs.
And we long for the touch of a dead arrlvel at Gertrude Cooper Haven, a sis
s IN MEMORIAMIn Brayner was on ter; Mrs. Cynthia Davis niece
vanished hand Jackson on June 9. She I I a ;
And the sound of a voice thatis loving memory of my dear Is survived by her mother and Mrs. Rose Hall King, a cousin;
still husband, 1 nephews Wesley Thompson and
father. Services this time are
.. Roland Donathan and Mrs.
Rest in peace. -- -
Incomplete. Donathan, as well as a brother-

Mrs. Ora D. Taylor, wife MILDRED L GRAY of in-law, Cleveland Reeves. Mr.
Irwin E. Taylor,'son and Mrs. Joseph Cooper, brother -
2788 NW 46th St., died at home
S. son sister-in-law
Taylor came
,f June 11. She is survived by her:
And other relatives from Philadelphia, and a broth-
mother Mrs. Ella B. Monroe
WILLARD DANIELSwho Reeves from
Ralph Jr., three sisters, ? ,
departed this life June 5, a son Washington.Also .
Mrs. Thelma Collins, Mrs. Eve

CARD OF THANKSThe :and lOGO appreciation wish to qxpress to those thanks who lyn Ferguson brother and Mrs.Johnnie Eloise< daughters surviving, Hazel Grant are ,four Clarice
Arrington a ,
members of the familyof shared our sorrow. Lee Monroe; an aunt, Mrs. Isa- Littles, Doreen Young and
the late Jolllvette; a son, Garth;
LOUIS JACKSONwish His life will never Ue forgotten bell Joyce. Arrangements are a brother, Canon Charles F.

to for the hearts that loved incomplete. Cooper, and a niece, Kathleen
to take this method express
him deeply and the ones that Cooper, who has lived with
their sincere appreciation will never forget. .e MRS MARY JANE PINK- Mrs. Reeves
to each and everyone of NEY of 1733 NW 6th court died daughter all her as adopted
their friends who attempted to Mrs Georgia Hadley, motherMr. Wednesday, June 12 in Jackson Surviving
console them during their Benny Hadley, father, Hospital. She is survived by a James C. Lucas Include -
hours of bereavement. Special Mrs Lillie Williams, sister daughter, Mrs. Vlvllora Gainey,I Henry and Jr., Paul
thanks to Rev. Davis of First Miss Bertha Hadley, sister Q son, John, and several grand Jeffrey Young; Re-
Baptist Church of Brownsville Miss Bennie Hadley, sister and great-grand children. Mrs. cell and afar he Reeves a ,;
and the Range Funeral Home Mrs. Margret Steen and PInkney had been a resident of Also survivors Jr
The Family Husband, Rev. Steen Miami for more than 40 years, a niece Marie Miami Include -
Final arrangements are incom ,
plete. and a nephew, Lawrence ,B.

I 11 A MEMORIAL TO L FATHER Francis It Is but not Thou that I feel less Weak,

. be
THOMAS WILLIAMSwho my strength; it is not
I departed this life June 20, MRS. PANCHITA SUSIE that I see
12() and was laid to rest June JOHNSON of 71104 NW 14th Less sin; but more of 'pardoning
L iV ? 30. He leaves behind his devoted place, apt. 21 died June 8. Ser- love with eeallsufficient ,
wife and brother. vices were held June 14 at St, And grace
Safe in the arms of Jesus Agnes Episcopal Church. Sur- Enough! And now
Safe on his gentle breast vivors, include her mother, Mrs All fluttering thought is stilled;
Nearer by his love or shadow Cathlee Lynch; father, Samuel i only rest
Sweetly his soul should rest. Lynch; three daughters, Mrs And feel that Thou art near,
Mrs. Katie Williams, wife Catherine Richards Mrs. Pear- and know that I am blest.
\', Isaiah Williams, brother line Gillis and Airs. Esther -F. R. Havergal

Saunders: three sisters, Mrs. I
Gloria Cook, Mrs. Agnes T. I Manker.
CARD OF THANKSThe Jones and Mrs. Margaret Cunningham .

tJ. family of the late, ; two brothers, Charles I WILLIAM ALVIS of 422
J --- _..-, Lynch and Samuel Lynch Jr., Homestead Ave., Perrine, died
1 r "t' .) grandchildren and other rela- June 2. The body was shipped
rS[ tives.: to Thomasville, Ga. for final
itesijle. is survived
I'I ; by a wife
:, J rff1Iii I WILLIE A. SMITH of 16231 Ruby, two sons, Albert and
: NW 17th Ct, died June 7.. Services lichard.HILMA.
'," "" were held Tuesday in the

.! A chapel.! Survivors Include a FINDER, 1525 N 1st
L- daughter, Mrs. Verna Louise place, died June 10. She is survived -
Goodman, a son Willie A. SmithJr. by her husband, Ray-
., a brother, Melvin Smith. mond; a daughter, Madline

A: I HEN r(2xlJ& two brothers, George
tJ 9 > ROBERTS of 453NW and William. Arrangements' are
r 13th St., apt. 4, died June incomplete.
: IIr\ 10. Services Saturday at 3:30p.m :
',I : L \' at Mt. Olivette Baptist lichardson
Church with . .
Rev. I. C. Mlckins,
s .. : pastor officiating. Remains will JAMES B. MAJOR of 1025
j jt tta on view In the chapel at 4p.m. NW 2nd Ave., died June 7. He

,' d w vi ro > Friday. Survivors include Is: survived by a son, James Jr.,
I s 4S his wife Ruby and children; two daughters, Mrs. Gladysaskill
jj e father, William, four sisters, and Mrs. Anette Staten,
Mrs. Alice Ferguson, Mrs. Susan and a sister, Mrs. Sarah S. Ben-
: Clark Miss Shirley Seymour imln.. Services held Thursday
a .1 and Miss Yvonne from the
j ._-,-...---.- ...._ - -,<- .... ; ,four brothers, James Seymour Emory Jackson chapel,officiating.with Rev.

t ,e a'AL...........'."- ,....-. wishes JAMES to thank MAJOR the Jackson Seymour Roberts, ,and Samuel Johnnie Kemp Seymour., Daniel MR EMILY TAYLOR, of

Memorial Hospital staff, the 936 NW 2nd court, died at her
+1. The James E. Coleman The Coleman Elementary
Richardson Funeral Home and MRS. ALBERTHA home ,
B. ANDERSON June 10 She is survivedby
I School was named in his honor.
/ : Scholarship awards, presented friends and
the; many neigh- of. 737 NW 3rd Ave., two sons, Harold Llghtburn
f 'annually i to an outstanding high bors for their kindness and died at her home June 7. Arrangements and Prince. Arrangements are
I school graduate, and former Past recipients of these schol sympathy shown during his Illness are Incomplete. Incomplete.
: (, I student of Coleman's Elemen- arships have been Maud Edna and death. Special thanksto
I .'tary School in memory of our Glack, Pansy Grisham, Lenard Rev. Graham and Rev. Jack. FAITH ANN HENLEY, Infant MRa WILLIE B. EDWARDS
4.5 beloved father, Rev. James'' E. Swain' all (graduates of son of Mt. Zion Baptist Church. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. of 1054 NW 59th St. was deadon
Coleman. Rev. Coleman ,served Blanche Ely High School. May God bless each and every- John Frank Henley of 11765 arrival at Jackson Hospital
the Pompano community one of you. SW 223rd Ave., Goulds, died on June 11. She Is survived by
for 35 years, as pastor of the Lucretla Coleman, daughter Mrs. Rosa Lee Brady June 5. Graveside services held many friends in Miami. Arrangements -
Mt. Calvary Baptist Church. Sadie Johnson, daughter And The Major Family Tuesday. are Incomplete.tE .

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Summer School SATURDAY. JUNE 15, 1963 PAGE 13
FURNISHED 1 bedroom apt
775 NW 69th $a. Utilities Adults LITTLE FOLK PLAY
only. I

NICE ROOM for working lady 3290 NW 45th Street FOR SALE :p." r
FtlnNIstt pr unturnished or couple. Nice area. Privi- .1'
apt. fn (J a-,1otka n a. 1.bedroom leges. Block to bus and jitney. Hours: 8 to 4 $300 down $69 a month ",' .
ut1t r 1ished. $15 week, 2. NI31 4-0310. Telephone NE :5-5283 or
bedroom lirthlnilshed. $18, 1 1. 635-2007 I '
bedroom furnished $21 2bed- Total Price, '$10,000 .. ,
rooms furnished $25. Call MIc ,vA 1iEVOPPORTUNITY Limited RegistrationMary ;
kins Rental Agency. NE 40500Indl. V. Davis, SupervisorJU22 Large CBS home, hardwood floors, beautiful .kit :
to earn extra chen, furnished. Near bus and stores.
money or may be a career, see 3'
BEDROOM furnished apt. Al] Mrs. Flora Casey, 534 NW 2nd McNicholas RealtyPL
utilities, downtown area. $18 efflclency Ave.
$13. Call Mlckins Ren FOR SALE 1.7592 7927 N.W.: 7th Ave.,
tal Agency. NE 40500. Indf

- FOR SALENO 2 CBS! homes on one lot.
$25 per week, Inquire at HI]
6.2430 or FR 40114. Mrs $450 down. $75 month.

Eloyce D. Watson. J15.X. CBS QUALIFYING off extra large lot- in Lovely heartof Total price 12000. The'Day Care Center of .;t :i 1 :

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enclosed front porch, barbecuepit .
convenient to stores
buses, fenced yard. $20 and per painted, patio throughout.House $500 Is freshly down 1876 N.W.. 51st Terrace

ance Can NE$100 5-6566.down bal and 1932 NW$85 month.7th Ave.Life PL Realty 0-4371.,, 7927 NW 7th Ave. Is now registering'' for summer 'car ; Offering well -

Open Sundays PL 1.7592FOR balanced meals. Reasonable rates. Pick up and
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Ideal location, furnished 1222 BEST LOCATION CBS delivery service. Interested? Calla

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at 2750 NW Goth St. All day
Sunday, after 5 week days. NO QUALIFYING Florida Manker Funeral HomeOffers
near room, fenced, 2 car garage. Phone 696.3581 I
APT. buses to Jackson Lovely street in Manor Park. for I
funeral $150
Memorial Hospital. Near Northwestern $500 doWn. Life Realty, 4932 .. a complete
Vocational ''' ::: ::: :::!
School. NW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. Open :: '1" $1 fJ:$ :::
Clean, quiet location. King Cole Sundays and evenings. Also metal casket $499We
Apts. 6511 NW 12th Ave. Ph.
Hi 4.3673.2BEDROOM. NO QUALIFYING Pretty CONTINUOUS BKIIVICM always advise families to avoid unnecessary
with appliances.
CBS cottage HINC 19.18PL
CBS furnished, Only $5,600 with $300 down and expenses
near buses. $22 per week includes $60 month. If you want a cute 1.3604
electric and water. little house, don't miss this. CALL US FOR .
Adults 696-6811. Life Realty, 4932 NW 7th Ave.
NEW 2 bedroom apt. Unfurn.
References, deposit. OX 10789. $299 DOWN 1 mort large UnwJ MANKER FUNERAL HOMEDay
CBS 2 bedrooms on a
ROOM In private home. Man one-quarter acre lot. Kitchen Phone OX 1.9151 Nite Phone 634.3198
preferred Call OX 1-7893. If furnished. Drive by 1025 NW "
no answer OX 1-6280. 52nd St. and call Mr. MarvinHI 6701 N.W. 15th Ave.
4-6133 or 271.2041, Greater '
ONE FURNISHED bedroom, Miami Realty.NO plan, guide and'ndS/i. se "I ,.t L 1< J.
hot and ,cold water and tele- ,
phone, quiet area. Nice home. QUALIFYING$500 down Finest Qualify Building ;;
$10 per .:week Phone 751-8905. CBS 3 bedroom, 2 baths, kitchen '
furn. Reasonable monthly pay- HOMES !Beautiful EstateI
DUPLEX APT. Beautiful and ment. Total $12,900. .Drive by Huge
large. One bedroom and Florida 1723 NW 40th St. and call Mr. ADDITIONS '
room. Landscaped. Adults only. Marvin, HI 4-6133 or 271-2041, ALTERATIONS '. I /, used for
1236 NW 51st Terr. Near Greater Miami Realty t ;
Grandway and bus. To see call \,
034-6333. DUPLEX CBS Large one BANK 'FINANCINq Church Home
bedroom each side. Furn. $400 or
EXCEPTIONAALY beautiful 2 down, $79 month. 1 mortgage. C17&fmV U1J L Ui
bedroom air conditioned apt. Live rent free Total $12,000. to appreciate.
Located In finest neighborhood. Drive by: 1852 NW 52nd St. and i @ffi 49 Mafgnificient( 5-bedrooms. Must see
1090 NW 51st St. Adults only. call Mr. Marvin, HI 4-6133 or cathedral ceiling, beautiful
To see call the owner 6346333. 271-2041, Greater Miami Real- 100x100 foot lot.
ty. General Building Contractor 2 kitchens. $19,900 total price.
FURNISHED 1 bedroom rear floors,
apt. Quiet area, $75 monthly NEW BEDROOM, 2 bath In I Licensed Insured Sat. & Sun.
Includes everything. Call Fettter West Hollywood. Small down 888 N.E. 79th Street $2,000 down. See
; Realty, PL 98779. ** payment, bank financing Call
NE 4-0500. indf. 1253 NW 43rd St.
FURNISHED 2-bedrooni
$25 per week, inquire at apt III BIG FAMILY with In-laws, 2 Spend $2 for freedom Owner WI 5.9886
6-2430 or FR 4-0114. Mrs. nice homes on 1 lot. Or rent 1
Eloyce D. Watson J15 and live In 1 for $60 a month.: Join The NAACP!Iiii

. . . . . . . . . . . . Open, go Inspect. ,,737 NW 41st i
St. Total $13,900, $500 down. ___ ,1111
WARNER HINES Terms, quick possession. Call Iii .._.._.. . i "
Ben-Kori, Realtor, -
me, Alexis "
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night 7:30 p.... to 1 a.m. $3.75 CALL OR WRITE MOTEL OWNER
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. Phil Ossofer Says . i Sarasota Elks Break Ground 1

PAGE 14 SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1963 SARASOTA A capacity Johnson were representativesfrom
the schools. Jerome Stevens
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Leading Journalists of 28 nations liner crowd Cafeteria was present Tuesday at the night' Sky-to a former exhalted ruler,

I BAHAMAS :1 meeting In Stockholm, attend the Ground Breaking spoke for the business men.
//N 4M AROUND Sweden, could not agree on Banquet of the Pride of Sara- Green were given special recog-
) which are the biggest of the sota Order of Elks No. 1098 and nition for the state positions
----- ---- - hold.Greetings.
major problems facing the Daughters No. 756. Mrs. Ella they
The financial campaign eight-room wooden building on world. Among the problems Battle, the mistress of cere- were brought from
launched by his Lordship the Wulff Road early on the morn- mentioned were Overpopulation monies presented Rev. C. J. various groups of our city Rev.
Bishop of Nassau and the Bahamas ing of May 20. Housed in the slums, the nuclear threat Broxton, who conducted devotion Tom Streeter and Rev. J. L.
structure were the MaritimeLife economic development, John Major introduced represented the ministerial .
closed last Sunday afternoon Insurance Co. and the Sky- world Stephens,
more Information on John Keene, state secretary of alliance, Mrs. Eunice
A mammoth mass Ey Wholesale food products.The events and the ethical prob- Clearwater, who was guest Roberts, Mrs. Ethel Hayes, Mrs.
meeting was held at Clifford building was owned by the lem of maintaining the value of Epeaker. In his special address, Ruth Stevens and Mrs Aravia
Park, Nassau, when more than Texaco Co and was insured. It humanity. Mr. Keene pointed up the prin-.
$420,000 was reported. The is believed that the fire startedin ciples on which the Order is Preceding dinner Exalted
drive, which was the first of the rear on the roof While these are Important based and the progress that Ruler Redgemena expressed:!
its kind in the Bahamas, lasted problems today, I am Inclined to has been made locally. appreciation to the groups for
five months, and had the sup- agree with another news man, their and participation
port of all Anglican Churchesin The Bahamas Entertainmentand Mr. Van Looy of the Dutch Exalted Ruler Willie Hedge- and told support of the new building'
the city and the Out Islands. Workers Trade Union was news agency, ANP. who stated, man, responded to the main address that will be erected in the Hear
The money will be used to repair registered with the Labor Board "To me, It seems the world has and presented the offi-
and build churches, schools recently. The' provisional presi- lost Its roots. Before trying to cers and members of the Order
and parsonages.The dent is Freddy Taylor: Genevieve better the world by technical who are due credit for the suc- Among the many outstanding
Gordon is general secre- developments, people first cess. Special commendationswere contributions the organizationhas
tary, and Walter Wisdom trea- should try to rediscover the Inner given the following Bills made Mrs. J. L. Stephens
new constitution for the surer. meaning of their lives. It for
services rendered and yearsof expressed a personal experiencethat
Bahamas which resulted from "
has escaped most of them.
membership Jack Jones
conference at the Colonial Office was received with great
in London last month William Alfred Mather, 87, fa- This, I believe, Is the basic Melvin William Johnson, John Davis, applause.A .
gives the Bahamas full Internalselfgovernment milially known as "Pa Toote," problem that needs solving. Roberts and Jerome
by Jan. 1 next died at his home, Harbor Island Should we succeed here, all the Stevens. large number of Elks and
year. It was signed by the LPP, on May 9. Mather, who other major problems will dis- Officers and members of the Daughters were on hand to assist -
UBP, Independent and Labor was the oldest member of the solve in short order. Mr. Van Daughters of Elks were presented W. F. Jackson and Mrs.
delegates. local Odd Fellows' Lodge, had Looy is telling us what the by Mrs. Mattie K. McCoy, Charlie M. Green, host and hos-
been blind many years. He is Bible tells us: "But seek ye first daughter ruler, Mrs. Ola Wil-
Some of the changes under survived by his wife, 12 children the kingdom, of God, and His liams and Mrs. Charlie M.
the new constitution are: There 29 grand children and 20 righteousness; and all these tess.The Bills and Daughters of
will be a Cabinet comprising a great-grandchildren. "
shall be added unto
premier and at least eight oth- the Pride of Sarasota deserve
(Matt. 633.: ) we can build God's
lasting king-
er ministers; the Legislative great praises for providing an
Council will become a Senateof Backache Pains By trying to rediscover the dom on earth. Then we will be of enjoyment for our
15 members, and will have Inner meaning of our lives able to solve all our major
limited powers to delay legislation through first seeking the 'king- problems. community.
passed by the Lower Getting up Nights dom of God, (which is withinus ,.. ... r 'Y .
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House; the House of Assembly' ,) we shall be rewarded by
will increase its membershipfrom Bladder IrritationsAnd finding our true selves. DO YOU OWN A LOT?
33 to 38 in the next Gen- "Ask, and it shall be given In Fort Lauderdale or in Broward County
eral Election, with 21 seats for now a remarkable announcement you; seek, and ye shall find,,
the Out Islands and 17 for New about an amazing knock and it shall be openedup Let build dream' homeOn
Providence; the plural vote formula for the kldnevs and unto you; for everyone that us your
will be abolished; the governor bladders, the famous "7-20 Diu- asketh recelveth; and he that
will be responsible: for foreign retic Comoound." Now yOU can seeketh findeth; r\nd to him your lot lot) no down payment, low monthly
affairs, defence and internal Bret "7-20," the wonderful, scientifically that knocketh it shall be open paymentsOn
security including the police, compounded prepara- ed." (Matt. 778.: ) our lot; low down payment\ easy monthly
but will act on the advice of tion at your drug store. You
When rediscover inner
the ministers in other matters. will like the fast relief from we our payments
selves and have been given and'!
oalnful, nagging backache mhrable Our service Includes planning, building
this promised bounty, we will
headaches and that
Sandra Elaine Dean, daughter awful: tired feeling caused by be able to solve the present Coral Reef Construction Limited, Inc.
of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest bladder irritaf ion. problems of overpopulation,
Dean, was awarded the Sir kidney and slums, nuclear threat and eco- Of Florida
George Henry Johnson Memo- feelbetter nomics. We will have cast aside
rial Scholarship Award recently. the sand-like foundation of f 781 N.W. 22nd Road Fort Lauderdale
The scholarship Is ., "7-20" goes to work at once hate, prejudice and self-exalta
years and pays $1,580 annually,, gently stimulating kidney action tion, upon which no permanent CALL MRS. PAGE
Miss Dean will take a decree: "7-20" pets rid of painful civilization can be built, and 945.3022 (Miami) 581-144O (Ft. Lauderdale)
course in history at the Uni- Irritations caused bv overexertion .- will have placed the rock-like WE ALSO BUY LOTS! J22
versity of Exeter, England, and I emotional upset, tiredness foundation of love, fellowshipand
expects to 'toe admitted In Oc- broucrht on by every day cooperation, upon which 't
tober this year. stress and strain and unwise
eating and drinking Tn a few

The body of Joseph Hinzey hours feel so after'much' taking Improved"7-20"able you to @)@) @) @) @) @) @) @) @) @

was flown to Nassau from rest, relax, sleep, even work Remember
Blminl on May 20 soon after the name, "7.20". Get j-ny r V
Xi Zr *
he, died. Kinzey was In a fracas "7.20" today and keep It in your + -i
two days earlier. An investigation medicine cabinet always. Avail '
is being made. able in either liquid or tablet
form. At drug stores every- i
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Dedication June 15.

New Virrick Park k i Fines+ Gets Post Story I SATURDAY ,JUNE 15 1963 PAGE 15
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Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.,
A City of Miami park
reported is
distinguished by its colorful] continues to maintain a "magic
to be the first of its kindin sculptural structures. Built of touch" with the masses of Ne- $15 Million WaitingFor Woolworth' Co. Issues

the nation, will be opened at light steel skeleton? struca groes despite the inspired racial ExpresswayThe StatementWe i
ceremonies Saturday, June 15. the demonstrations in Birming
tures give a flower-like effect. ham, according to the current Metro Commission called regret that sit-in demonstrators
Dedication of Elizabeth Vir- Issue of The Saturday Evening were assaulted by persons -
rick Park at 3255 Plaza St. in Dedication activities begin Post. Tuesday for a speedup at staff not connected with Wool-
Coconut Grove Is set for 2 p.m with a I-p.m.parade from G. W. level of urban renewal plan., worth in our Jackson, Miss
highlighting! a full aay of activities Carver High School to the park. Resse Cle horn wrote In the ping store last Tuesday, May 28.
At 3 o.m. the school band un- Post that Dr. King: hoped his The action came after state It has always been our policy
der the direction of Phillip H. followers would not respond officials said some 15 million to make no arrest of any sit-in
Said to be the first of its Cooper, will give a concert and with violence in Birmingham, dollars that is now availablefor demonstrator and to make every
kited both in Con ept and in another musical presentation but that he was prepared to the North-South effort to avoid violence and In-
architecture Virrick Park was by the choirs of various com- take the risk for desegregation cannot be spent until urban juries.When.
conceived 'by planners as munity churches is set for 4 rights. And, he added, ::it will renewal plans for the area the Jackson sit-ins
towft gqiidrfe and a total cbrh- p.m. be months before anyone are completed. started, our store manager took
muMity recreation site for all knows how much the Negroeswon the precaution to Immediately
age levels, It Is designed to provide in keeping with the conceptof or whether the battle of The commission set June 11 close his food facilities After a
a stimulus for up-grading Virrick Park, residents are Birmingham is over." for a public hearing to determine large crowd gathered around the
df the entire neighborhood, encburaged to take picnic din- Some integrationist leaders whether Miami should be demonstrators he closed the
felt that permitted to operate its own store. We fee{ this prompt ac-
nets arid King blundered In
i enjoy them in
adult ihfciudes i \ d teenage .center, the bringing crisis to Birmingham renewal agency. tion prevented further violence
tints general meet- Despite this criticism, King's County Manager Irving Mc- and disorder.
ing place pool as well ds a s.winl- Activities conclude with dancing "flare, if not his Nayr said that by then he will
ming dance floors, shuffle seems likely to PhUosopfiYf have completed final revisionson
board courts, crafts area, child. to the Billy ttolle Band from of little Blrmlnghama through the minimum housing code. The commission asked Mo-
ren play section and storageand 7 to 10 p.m. All events are free the nation during the next few lie said to rest rooms facilities.Virrldk and are open to the public. monthssaid the Post.VETERAN'S rolling, Metro must then set various agencies involvedIn
I .. up an urban renewal] agency the urban renewal programto
&:.IIL\r:: IrFV.rI'Ir.r.rInnrIr.F nr "'
I' .f'I't--i-.t.JrJ[ and appoint a director. prevent any delay.

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This column is prepared rate Is 4 percent. It should not
at the VA Office, 08 MV est take over ten days to get a
2045 N.W. 62nd Street
Flagler St., Miami, for informa. check for the amount you are
tion of Veterans in this area. borrowing. -_ 0 -_,

CALLING Dtt. f.Q. Enjoy Living in Our Cool, Clean Apartments
On application for policy loan,
4 received 111 mall, vet writes, Guide to Negro Offering Many Features
f. I IUAppllcadon is for $1,000 or the FREE GAS
full amount available at this Shrines
I time, whether more or less than Tile! Bathroom Refrigerator Gas Stove
Confusing, isn't it?
Availability to the general Newly painted Venetian Blinds
01 LOAN DEADLINE public of a guide to Negro
They are coming up every shrines has been announced by Washing Machines Laundry Rooms

day for many veterans. You American Oil Company. Free Parking Auto hot water heat r
have ten years from last period;
of active service, plus! an additional Entitled "Amerlccan Travelers Free Garbage Disposal Filtered waterCARETAKERS
year for each three Guide to Negro Monu.
ments," the 30-page( three-color
months of active wartime ser- ON PREMISES
Park, named I for Mrs. vice. You have the maximumto booklet lists and describes!
Elizabeth L. Virrick, founderand July 25, 1007 if you havea many special sites and monuments of 0 ---
chairman of the award- disability award for service significance to t h o
winning Coconut Grove Citizens connected disability. If you history of the egro in America. Weekly Rates
Committee for Slum Clearance, want to know what your 'dead A spokesman for tho com
line Is check with Miami Office pany said that initial
responseto $14.50 1 bedroom $18.50 2 bedroom Apt.
but, 'Ite certain you can give the booklet, first announcedlast

Benefits For Vets them active duty dates. month as being the 'preparatory Renting Office open every day Phone OX 1.8862
has been
stage, out
QUIZ CORNKtt standing." ......... ............ .... "'- -.................................... ..................... ................ ,
The 1963 edition of VA Fact Q. I have a permanent plan
. Sheet IS-1 "Federal ,Benefits NSLI policy 20 Pay Life May ------
for Veterans and Dependents"is I borrow on It? If so, how much r

now on sale at the U. S. Gov- can I get? What Is the Interestrate For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call
ernment Printing Office In ? How long does it take to
Washington, D. C. set the loan?

This booklet] lists all major A. You can get 91% of the
benefits available to U. S. veterans cash value of your' permanentplan
explains eligibility require- policy after it has been in
ments for veterans or their de- force to 12 months. InterestDugie's BONDEDa
pendents and describes the nature -
of the benefits and where
applications should be made. C. Guest House
W. Boggs, officer In charge, MI- RENTAL
ami VA Office, 084 W. Flagler The house of clean rooms
St., said today.A Open 24 hours NE 4.3851

single copy may be pur- Seeing is BelievingSee
chased from the printing office 'us for clean rooms I ? a AGENCY INC.

for 15 cents.desiring Organizations copies or Individuals in Jamaica Dugle friends, always a' : ,

quantity:roa test may obtain discount 2941 NW 47th St., Miami I

OJ! I The largest collection and rental

JACK'S MEN'S WEAR agency in the South; operating in

944 NW 2nd Avenue Dade and Broward Counties'

Exclusive Men's Wear, from the top of your head to 14. L. IIROOKH Negro Housing areas.

the tip of your toes including PresidentMANAGING

Hats, ,Shoes, Shirts Suits Trousers Caps of

Styles and quality at popular pricesBE AND MAINTAINING MORE'' THAN


Bonded also has employment service ,at main ,office

f I I Training For The Unemployed ;. (,,',-,r 4150 N.W.7th''' Avenue : . 1

I If you are unemployed, and if you seek the oppor- "e--' .

tunity of finding a good job, then training u a .
necessity. Nightingale College receenres many : I

for its trained women grad zates. These job pay 11(13 N.W. 3rd AVE. ..p.. FR S4M10 17323 HOMESTEAD AVID. '

an average of.$65 a week. Prnrine . . . .. . CE "5-3533 \
1075 N.W. 02nd BT .......?..-OX 0-2107"'
Nightingale College announce that it i i. offering a 1019 N.W. Oth ST.

special "Pay' a* You Learn, Plan" for those who are 3801 GRAND AVE. ," ,. .,*HI 9-1381 Pt. lAuderdale .1*. JA 44337

unemployed. This will permit these person to be 4210 N.W. 27th AVE. ,.. . NE 6-3400 I/AMMONDVILLE RD.
trained and be placed quickly on the wonderful Pompano ''. ...... .. WB 8-3230
2000 N.W. 75th ST. .........-.-. 000-3322
well paying jobs. ,If you *re.seeking to ,improve yourself 14235 N.W.ZD4 AVB.Op
if you are seeking job; security then contact the 2000'N.W. 3rd CT. . .... . FR 1OOOSMAIN Lock ....... .. MU S4017

Nightingale College, 265 N.W. 5th Street or, phoneFR FICE 1
3-1675 for information about this new "Pay af

)roc Earn Tuition Plan." 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 9-8733

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Beta Beta Lambda Chapter of title of "Miss Alpha" to Bar- This weeks SPECIAL
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity I bara Zeigler for the year 19G3-
Inc., under the leadership of 64. Awards were made by the RIioI
Brother Fletcher A. Paschal president to all contestants. -
closed a successful year with a Miss Zeigler Is a graduate of -
Coronation Ball at the Bis- Florida A&M University. Sheis -
cayne Terrace Hotel, May 29. a member of Alpha Kappa (ME CHI OR*p
The affair was well attended by i Alpha Sorority and presently .. -
Alpha Brothers their wives employed as a teacher at Fran- -, ;,
sweethearts and ''guests. cis Tucker Elementary School.. : ,- -,
Standing, left to right:' Flet
The crowning of Miss Alpha cher A. Paschal, president; Miss VX-CLIP OUT THIS SPECIAL COUPON SUIMIT TO STORE
Phi Alpha closed the schjolar- Alfredia Portier, Miss Seman-
ship fund drive sponsored each thia Edwards Miss Barbara .
year bV the chapter. Miss Alpha Zeigler, Miss Cora Kinsey, Miss "My Very Finest/ Grade of fl 0 \
Phi Alpha of 1962-63, Miss Al- Florence Griffin and Miss Shir- Interior Wall Paint"
fredia Portier surrendered the ley Williams.

Ushers Union NAACP, Father Theodore R. 9UICOTEVINYL ONLY NOW f
Gibson of Christ Episcopal
Annual, TeaThe Church.
Usher's Union Associa- There will be outstandingtalent LATEX PER
tion annual tea will be held at from the community.The GALLON .;'f 4 4x;
Dixie Park Auditorium Sunday, public is invited. .
June 16 at 4 p.m. Speaker for Mrs. Agnes Knowles, chair-
the afternoon will be the well man; Mrs. Bertha Adderly and and you can buy a only .1
known leader of our community ' Miss Dorothy Major, co-chair
and president of the men.METROPOLITAN C

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Ages from Infanta to 8 years oldl ,.

Office phone 696-4201 Residence: MO 8.8926 E ." " . . ........ . :
Mrs. Patricia Williams, teacher . SPECIAL COUPON wwlr

\ : "My Good Grade Masonry Paint . made with 100% Vinyl" M rrE

," = : ORCOLORS SC98 Every 2nd \ c :
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Buy, a home today \arrange:. ,
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1-Your choice. $250 down. Move,right ini..' :.hI, ; Very Finest: Grade Masonry Paint ". r the, best that : l;.
A. 3154 NW 57th'. Street ,.::V I, .' M; t money can buy., White or Fade Resistant Colors" r :

B. 5729 NW 31st AVe. Pay"\ ;:'20 week or $79 Mo. ;
: : WHITE ,: 2nd E ::
C.,2959 NW 57th St.'V On! mortgage ORCOLORS $"T 98 Every i 0

2-843 NW 64th Street $550 down .. .. I Gallon Per GALLON r =

No closing costs. Nice clean property, near r.U .w
schools, bus, shopping. Newly painted in and out u':

3-3079 NW 55th Street $500 down EXTRA SPECIAL BONUS"w
3-bedroom, 2 bath, CBS home. Two years,old..

r 4-NW 52nd St. and! NW 14th Ave. $400 down E WHITE LABEL "Imperial" $
2 bedroom CBS home. A real beauty. Ask for JL UMIT _
Sonny Wright for this. PER 'GALLON gONE

Duplexes and other income properties : CENT OFFER DOES NOT Amy to this goodalNpurpos. chan-up paint :.

,''x A. 1601 NW 47th St. Nice CBS building. $695 downB. _- for rentals, Industry and utility use = ,

3069 3071 Plaza St., Coconut Grove. $500 down -
i'' 2 CBS homes on one lot Good income property --

d 1121 NW 47th St. For Rent. 1 bedroom apartment
,l $12 a] week. No children. Stove and refrigerator FAYE EMERSON PAINT CENTER { ( E
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