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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 22, 1963
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
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Volume ID: VID00707
Source Institution: University of Florida
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. S+ J T12MF011A: MUTANTUK jNos MUTAMUIl: IN ILL.I8 tTlie -.

'-: Times are Changed and we are Changed With Them -t


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' Roosevelt S & L Set Simpson, Brown and W ._ d\14\ 9G' '

To Open July 4th To Metro Community Re.oard

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Florida is First With tion located at G015 NW 7th Metro Commission named an Cuban on the board and voted Identi1.Fjr t.. -National Bank of
Ave. in Miami. 18-member Metro Community against a list of nominees pre- ; B. Turner, division '
Relations Board this week in manager ,Cities;, Service \mPit.
Integrated S&LIn Twelve prominent Dade Coun an attempt to head off racial sented by a special committee
ty citizens, both White and problems In Dade County before headed by Catholic Bishop
welcome contrast to grow- Negro, make up its board of directors they begin.Commissioner. Coleman F. Carroll.
ing racial tension throughoutthe all of whom are slatedto t$
participate actively In man- Charles Hall The commission, in an emer-
country In the past few agement of the institution. All opposed the appointment of a gency action, voted 11-1, Hall
weeks Is the announcement of personnel, too, have been select. dissenting, to amend the Metro
establishment of Florida's first ed with a bl-raclal yardstick, ordinance .creating the board
fully integrated state-chartered solely on the basis,of ability. to increase the size of the
savings and loan association. Behind the simple, announce- II board from 15 to 18 momlters
ment of the firm's Imminent and permit a non-citizen to 4Y I Ia
Appropriately scheduled to opening lies a dramtic story thai t'k; crve.
open on the Fourth of July, the should prove a source of Inspiration -
to White and Negro 4 4 Among the 18 members appointed -
firm Is named for Franklin De
leaders alike who were three Negroes:
lano Roosevelt, the presidentwho throughout the South tak- Dr. John O. Drown, vice chairman .
led the way in the Negro ing first positive of the Committee on Racial -
struggle for civil rights-Roosevelt steps toward Equality; Dr. George A. .
Savings & Loan Assocla- (continued on back, .page) Simpson, VieD president of the xv
Miami branch of the NAACP;
and Elmer A. Ward, president
. 'of the Roosevelt Savings and
Construction Worker Electrocuted I i Loan Association.
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A construction worker was I He was identified by policeas Other members of the board
electrocuted Monday, In Miami are: Rt. Rev. James L. Dun-
Archie Boyd, about 30, of
Beach when a steel hoist he was 2051 NW G3rd St., and was employed can, suffragran bishop Epis-
I guiding struck a high tension by a plastering firm copal Diocese of South Florida; KLMICll: WARD
wire; Dr. Joseph R. Narot, rabbi,
that is
building an apartment Templo Israel; Luther C. Oil Co.; John II Hallburton
house at 1820 Meridian Ave. Eastern Air Lines, Inc. I

anR Boyd had his hand on the John C Harrison, M R. Harrison .
hoist which extended to the Construction Corp.; Rob-
roof of the building and was i ,
trying to ''guide it over to a
truck, Miami Deach Detectives MIAMI MOURNS
Robert Sprung and Richard
Franclonl said.. He was killed FATHER CULMER I ..fitI
when It came In contact with ''t' 1

the 7,000-volt wire. Rev. John ET. Culmer" 72, rector
of St. Agnes Episcopal/
'fsM Church died Tuesday night at
PALM BEACH' Jackson Memorial Hospital .1 1 y
d where he had been a patientfor
Father Culmer had been LL

TOINTEGRATE priest at St Agnes for 31 years _
and( had retired{ May 22. He was
I :an Archdeacon In the Dioceseof ,
The Palm Beach School Board South Florida
v- was ordered Monday by Fed- Services will he held 1 Saturday M
eral Judge Emett C.. Choate to morning at 10 o'clock with y
..,..... 11Mrs Hethell Williams: and Range
admit two Negro students to
); previously all-white school in Funeral 'Homos In..Charge. (See .i1i..
t on 4)): fjSJ
nry ,
that county. pager .....
The nays, William M. and ,-,--
_&- Maurice V., are song of Atty,
I Dlt.) (n' ()nl ll: HIMI'HON
\i- Hazel Terrell of 14740 William M. Holland, who con- '
Polk St. announces the engage- tended that the board gerrymandered Pierce, executive secretary, -
ment of her daughter Bettye J. school district boundaries Greater Miami Council of 1)11. JOHN O. UHOWN
Thompson to George Smith Jr., q!' to prevent. their admit- Churches; William C. Raggs, I
son of Mr. and Mrs. George tance because of "race, creedor ,' 4 1 editor Miami News. ert Macht, president, Jordan
Smith, Richmond Heights. Miss I color." James I. Keller, accountant, Marsh; Stanley C. Myers, attorney
Thompson who has Just com- Judge Choate said the school lasKlriH[ and Sells; Dr. Henry ; Stuart W. Patton, attor-
pleted her sophomore year at board had violated the rightsof King Stanford, president, University ney; Roberto' Suerto p a 8 t
Bethune Cookman College is the boys. They will enter of Miami; Edward F." president, Chamber of Com-
also the daughter of Bernell Central Elementary school and Swenson Jr., senior vice pres merce of Cuba.
Thompson of Miami. The couple Palm Deach Junior-Senior Highin w, r
plans a mid-August wedding. September.

n NAACP Membership I

Drive Nears EndThe
NAACP spring campaign
'or new members In Miami and
Onde. County Is nearing a suc- x r.
'ce<"' (completion.
Witting the nice for the 'goal Y-
/ *f 3.000 new members Is Father i -
Theodore R Gibson presidentof FISHERMAN :
thp hranch: who has person-
LtldIL % nllv added 125 new members to FALLS FROM n yry, '7A Syr i

The Wodv of Ernest Johnsonwas
housing official and newsman, found Monday about 200
wa annotated' Tuesday by the feet from where he fell from a
Metro Commission to a seven- boat into Biscayne Bay on Sat-
man agency to oversee urban urday.
renewal In Dade County. Johnson who lived at 1334
The all<<>>ncy Is charged with NW 42nd St., was thrown over. M 1
the overall planning and carry board from an outboard motor. f
Incr out of urban renewal pro boat near the McArthur
grams In Dade County. Causeway and was apparently .... ,
... '
Also aerVIns are six white dragged: under the water by "Eve pooir said tlon for the Dade County Parks
Reid Named to members: Stanley Gray Ron- heavy boots he was wearing. I Metro &mniJssloner Tom SaSO Department. and youngster
ald Flnp. Dr. G. C. Sparks, Johnson was fishing with as he cut the rlbttm June 8 who took advantage 'of: free
Metro UrbanRenewal Alnsle Ferdie and John Rlcclardplll Warren Womble of 1663 NW opening Dade County's new swimming for ,that-day. The r
50th St. when the boat accelerated swimming, facility In Bunche park' Is at ''NW *22nd\A1re.:< n AgencyJames Reid was nominated by Commissioner suddenly, causing the ac- Park.' Looking on Is Art Peavy Miami-Metro) NeWt I
Reid ,former public l Hughlan Long.: .:.. cident. Jr., superintendent of recrea- 13ureauphoto.: ' ', .,,

t a J.4.

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fiE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. \\Plans' Complete: for Zetas 4Srd Bottle


Members of Beta Tau Z eta, take precedence:! Over 1 lesser important 2)), there are not eHough, ethlc al-
Ph1 mattersPiJBUC presently, in the
the local chapter of Beta United States to fill such a de.
a s Beta Sorority, Inc., are in the PttOttRAM\ JULY 17 mand.

process of completing final At the public meeting, July Local, state and national per-
plans for their 43rd Anniversary 17 the grand basileus, Dr. Deb- sonalities will bring special
Boule Which will We held
: orah P. Wolfe will guide the focus greetings to the assembled body:
July 16-20 at the Municipal Auditorium
"on Africa. Having traversed during the public program.
in Bayfront Park. the continent of Africa, Soror Alpha Hayes Moore will

All activities will be centered Dr. Wolfe has related the belief sponsor an outstanding, group I
i around the Boule theme: "Afri that "in the oncoming years, the from Stanton High School of .,
have been issued and Frank Lindsey last Saturday .. ca's Challenge to the Women of Africans will be asking the educated Jacksonville In a pageant entitled ;
: by Mr and Mrs. Leroy The reception was held at America." American Negro to reachto the "Omnipotent1*
Sargent for the wedding of the bride's Opa-locka home immediately his ancestral land and lead A special feature of the pub-
(their daughter, Jacquelyn Clarinda following the 6 p.m. Among the numerous social them from their economic and lic program will be the awarding -
to Godfrey Scott Jr. The wedding which took place at activities listed are a pre-Boule social plight. of the national scholarship
''Sacrament of Holy (matrimonyand Greater Bethel AME Church. welcoming program African Feeling keenly the challenge to Soror Priscllla Amparbin of
: nuptial Mass will take The newly weds honeymoonedat Phantasy, sightseeing tours, receptions Africa gives to America, she Ghana West Africa.As .
place at Church of St. Alban the Hotel Internationale. luncheons, a Bait-A- further states that "we must re- ,
The Martyr, St. Albans, New Date Party, and courtesies from I double our efforts In our battle the countdown continues
York on Saturday, June 22 at WE SHARE the sorrow of the fellow Greeks. Continental against segregation so that we Zetas everywhere seek newer
11 am. Henderson Family in the loss Breakfast courtesies will be extended will be ready to meet Africa's and more effective means of
of their husband and father, by Alpha Kappa Alpha challenge." The theme to be reaching the aims of their sisterhood *
CAROL DAVIS, Carver High Alfred, who died on Monday.Mr. Sorority, Sigma Gamma Rho focused during the public meet- of uplifting the statusof

School sophomore was queen : Henderson, father of Longshoreman .. _, -- ,__"""" ",J4",._,,._ ing is enhanced by the follow- their race and of reaching
For The Day at the recent head Judge Hender 1 <' ,': ing facts: 1)) Africa will call vast I across the miles to develop A
ceremonies dedicating Elizabeth son, Lucille Hillman and Janie "'i.54" numbers of skilled people and better and more peaceful world
Virrick Park in Coconut Grove Reeves, was funerallzed Thurs S !, J I

and headed the parade which day. .....;;h;;

Virrick preceded, for the whom ceremonies.the park Mrs.was BIRTHDAY Greetings and I Father Atkins Weds

named, was founder and per- Best Wishes to: Mr. and :Mrs. Ii
renial chairman of Coconut Carl W. Rhetta, Harold Mc- Ah NI 1 i
Grove Slum Clearance Committee. I Curdy, E. Robinson, Joycelyn I
Burroughs, Luis Forbes, Joy Broward l TeacherBy

Johnson, Edwin Demerltte, 4 1 1c
MB. AND MRS. George Cash John Plnckney Mr. and Mrs. '' > <4. J
and family of Grand Ave., Coconut Marry McCartney, Ruth Cul- \ a sV f DOROTHY S. LOVE ton, S. C., is the daughter of
the late Mr. and Mrs. ftobert
mer, Emily Lewis, Willie M.
Fernandina Grove,Beach.are vacationing In James :Mr. and Mrs. Geo. J; Miss Betty Louise Alston and Alston. A graduate of Burke
Whitehead, Mr. and Mrs. the Rev. Jerrette Cortez At- High School and a '61 graduateof
kins were married In a double- Talladega College she is
BETTY GAITER TIMMONS Thomas E. Johnson Jr., Mr. an
and Mrs. Livingston Smith, Mr. ring ceremony at noon on Sat- elementary sohool teacher In
High counselor
and Mrs. Otto McQueen, Mr. 1. urday in St. Christopher P. E. Broward County.
now answers to the of :;
Mrs. Hewitt Ferrell. name She and and Mrs. Elijah R. Childs. t; , Church Ft. Laulerdale. The Rt. The groom is the Vicar of St.
Hewitt married (:.::', 1 Rev. Henry I. Louttlt, Bishopof Christopher. A native of Daytona -
were Mon-
day. Hewitt a native of ATLAS LODGE No. 308 Is '7: : South Florida, was the offi Beech, he is the son of
the brother of the Bunche TampaIs sponsoring a beauty contest the '" "J ciant at the nuptial mass, the the late Mr. and Mrs. James
Park Mrs. Alma Brooks. first week in August at Clyde e Rev Henry N. F. Mlnlch, celebrant *I Atkins. He was educated in the
Klllens Knight Beat Contestants ".1 public schools of Daytona
Interested In entering are Beach; served with the Armed
advised to contact Thelma Mc- Forces; received the A. B. de-
studying: at Florida A&M Uni Zimmerman
and the Rev. Theodore

'Donald of Thelma's Beauty 2ree. from Dlllarrt iinivaraity!!
versity. Salon, 6940 NW 17th Ave. Sorority and Delta Slgha Theta R Gibson served as chap -
Sorority chapters In the Miami lains to the Bishop.
THE URBAN LEAGUE area. At the apex of the enter-
annual cocktail sin which was :MRS. ANNIE FERGUSON, tainment calednar is the "Bon Music was provided by a choir I
held at the King 0' Hearts Club mother Is of M a r i e Ferguson Voyage" Ball which will be held composed of ministers of the Ft.

last Sunday was again an overwhelming after Floyd short convalescing In at home the evening before the Zetas Lauderdale Deanery and by
success. Guests who Hospital.a stay Christian embark for the African tour. Mrs .Evelyn Dllette organist.
Family and friendsare
were entertained Vestrymen of St.
by local
entertainers Christopherwere
and good music wishing for her a speedy Juanita W. Pinckney, chapter ushers.
an enjoyable time. Mrs.reported recovery. basileus, will preside at the

Hazel Alford is president of the pre-Boule welcoming program.To The slender, attractive bride
, Guild. DR. CLEVELAND ENEAS, set the mood for the central given in marriage by Clifford 1,.
prominent dentist of Nassau theme, n creative productionhas Jackson, was virginal in a
and nephew of Harold C. Ferguson been originated by Sorors floor-length.. wedding f { a
MRS SOLOMON (Delorm) is in the city visiting I Doris O. Smith, Frankie Rolle, white taffeta. The fitted gown bodice of
BRENNAN. son Kiven and sis relatives and friends. His sIs- Kathleen Moss and Dorothy P. had a
ter-in-law little Theresa Bren- ter Nurse Mae scoop and
Theophilus isvisiting Lee The performers will be three-quarter length
nan are spending their vaca- : also after returning Zeta Sorors. The noted Booker Back interest sleeves.
tion here. Mrs. Brennan's sister from Chicago where she visited T Washington Junior Choral dome-shaped skirt was given to the

Phyllis Peterson, arrived her daughter, Marina and new Society, under the direction of section which fell Into by a gored
last weekend to spend! a few ly born grandson. She reports Mrs. Mable D. Glover, will render train. Her veil of a chapel
days also. Phyllis and Delores having had a most enjoyable appropriate musical selec- net held double white
are daughters of six months in the by a flat head
Mr. and Mrs. states. tions. The intriguing: African art piece of rose
Phlllln (Catherine) Peterson. collection of Rev. Henry C. Mc with pearls. She encrusted
Mrs. Brennan a .junior at Morris Egellocs of 1943 Dowell, minister of the Churchof lace of pearls. wore White a neck-
Brown College Is a residentof the Open Door, will be on showered the roses
Savannah, Ga. rugs Peterson Celebrate ReunionThe display. The entire Greater Miami prayer book carried top of the white

n laboratory technician, lives in Egellocs, class of 1943 of area is invited to attend bride. by the attended Lincoln University in
Brooklyn. Dorsey High School, and their this program. Pennsylvania for one year and
Lawrence and Claudia Coop Mrs. Clifford Jackson completel work for BD. degreeat
guests enjoyed an evening of the sole
er, frodmronts of Phyllis, entertained dining dancing and games at HIGMAS JOIN SISTERSA attendant, wore a short afternoon the Church Divinity Schoolof

f the group at a cabana their 20th Reunion on Juno R. call to all Phi Beta gluma dress of groan- --- hrnt"nrJo-. ...... the Pacific, Berkley, Cal. He at Virginia- Beach,on Mon in the convention--room-of--the' Fraters has been -sent-o i"1))y She carried a Colonial Bouquet- was an honor student and the
Hampton House with Mrs. Dr. Von Mizell of Ft. Lauder- of white carnations laced with first Negro to be graduated
Ants Rowena Glass Wilson acting as dale, national first vice president green ribbons and wore a cir- from that institution. He was
MENA i JACKSON represented mistress of ceremonies.Mrs. of the brother fraternity, cular headpiece of green net. admitted Into the Diaconate at
the Cwest Club at the Anette McNeal, homeroom to all Sigmas to play their roles Gary Thompson served as his St. Timothy, Daytona Beach and
State Federation of Colored teacher for the class fromninth in assisting their sisters in their brother's best man. served as a Curate and ordained
Women's Clubs at their meet- through 12th grades and efforts to make this Boule a successful The to the Priesthood at St. Agnes
ing In Pensacola this week. her spouse, Mr. McNeal, were one. Among those of the held wedding reception was Miami. After having served at
OUR honored guests. Inspiring remarks blue and white who are faith- the following the ceremony in St. Augustine, St. Petersburg,
SINCERE SYMPATHY were given by both. ffully answering the summons the spacious modern home of he was a Missioner on the Lower
to: Vlvllora Galney and John Mrs. McNeal was presented Is Frater Boisy Waiters of Da- Clifford Jacksons. East Coast of Florida.
Pinckney on the recent death with an orchid on behalf of the nia. His "happiness fountain"a Hostesses Incluled Zarlene
nf theIr mother. The family of class by Mrs. Vivian Gardner novel driftwood creation will Jones and! Mesdames Marla PERSONAL
William La Roda. "Bill", an em- Long. be put to both decorative and Bass, Anathia Beneby, Ann
ployee of Leonard'" Rtnriv- wag Afpmhprs of the glass nroconf: practical use during the Bait-A Darby, Christine Edgecombe Atlanta University has announced -
the brother of Grace Robinsonand were: Arimena -Kelly, -Vivian"G.:. Date and Bon Voyage Ball. Further Ruby Jackson Evelyn Wood-, of that Arthur L. Evans
Estelle Laroda Mitchell. Long, JuanIta Bowe Cole, BIr- efforts of Sigmas will be side and Kathleen Wright. Mrs. Miami Northwestern Senior
die Smith Anderson, Dorothy evident at the Bait-A-Date in Lillian Smith, assisted by Mrs. ha.Lbee.n selected as one
ANGENORA PASCHAL will Bowe Ausborn, Ellis Adderly, the Sir John Knight Beat under Viola HIggs, registered gifts the the sixty-five participants In
spend a JonI weekend with 'her George Williams, Allen Johnson, the capable leadership of and guests. University's Summer Language -
parents In Tallahassee before Johnnie Walker, Floyd Long, the local Sigma chairman, Fra- The bride, a native of Charles School Institute for Secondary
bejrfnnln/ur/ her summer session Geneva BoYd. Marshall, Steve ter Lewis Byrd. .. , Teachers of French.Guest .

class at Barry College on Mon- Marshall, Cleolla Steward Mc- Once .5'k -.... :JI."" "".. .... .... .... ........-....- _
day. Upon her return husband Cartney, Rowena G. Wilson the Boule begins, how-
Alonzo. will leave for New and Stanley Kemp. ever, the business sessions will

York City to study at NYU. W&J House"LARGEST

view sponsored bv Cousins for I ? T sivasssae Lr
Plshoo Club of Greater Bethel ; .
Church was held on Father's IN MIAMI"
Dav in the church's lower audi
torium. The talents of Mrs. 30 CHOICE ROOMSFIRST
Cherry Boyer chairman of the
show: Linton Berrlen In charge
of music: and Mrs. James Mon- CLASS FACILITIES 1ST CLASS SERVICE
roe In charge of decorations

featuring a unique mannish de 24 HOUR MAID
cor, combined to make this SERVICE
affair an '
unusually enjoyable
"one. Mrs. Fannie Jernigan Is (LARGE REAR PARKING AREA)
president of the club.
f Inn

wishers and friends attended 6750 N.W. 15th Avenue Phone 691-665) 31st Avenue
the wedding and reception of

Thomasena Garnette Walker) HAROLD JOLUVETTK, Manager ........................ ........ ........ .... .... .... .... ....- -

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Roval Crown Aonoints Smith to New Marketing! Post SATURDAY THE JUNE MIAMI 22 TIMES 1963 MIAMI, FLA. PAGE 3

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COLUMBUS, Ga. Appointment Smith is also a meMber of Ome uate of Hampton Institute, "

of Charles J. (Chuck) ga Psi Phi Fraternity class of '47, and received the Gives $10,000Tn .
master of science degree in Kresge
Smith III 36 to the newly cre-
Since January he has been Zoology from the University of
ated of director of Special
post serving an interim appointmentas Michigan in 1950. Since 1951
Market Activities for Royal special public relations counsel she has been a member of the Refhune-Cnokman ,
Crown Cola Co., has been announced --------- - --------
to the president of the Na- Florida A&M faculty '
here by Bradford D. tional Newspaper Publishers Dr. Amos F. Gregory, secre- of the Campaign.
Ansley, vice presidentsales.Smith Association E. Washington Smith's parents, Mr and Mrs tary of The Kresge Foundation The renovation and refurnIsh.
Is a 15-year veteran In Rhodes who is publisher of S. W. Banks, reside In Phoet/us,, Informed Dr. Richard V. ing of the College Chapel has
I the field of public relations and The Philadelphia Tribune, presi Va. Moore, president of Bethune- been completed and plans are

promotion. dent. Smith Cookman College, that at a recent being formulated to break
At Tennessee State
participated of the Board of ground for the new 12-rooms
k Royal Crown Cola Co., one of He Is married to the former In three sports, basketball classroom building at the Fall
the big three of the soft drink Trustees a grant of $10,000 was .
tennis and track.
Norma Jean Holloway, daughter authorized to Bethune-Cookman Meeting of the Board of Trus- !
Industry, has been a pioneer in
of Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Hollo-
scheduled for
tees which is
the first
College toward phase
the field ethnic
of marketingwith \
way of Fort Worth Texas. The goal of $500,000 of its Captlal Wednesday, Oct. 10.Backache .
a 22-year history of specIal IrJ
Smiths are the parents of two
activities planned and car- Donna 0, and Charles
children Board of Trustees of Be-
ried out for the Negro market. HiY
2. Mrs. Smith is an honor grad- Pains;
The firm manufactures concen- : thune-Cookman
College, on October -
trate flavor ingredients for a 1 1961 authorized
Itoyal Crown Cola, Diet-Rite, z 000 Capital, Funds Campaign a Getting up Night
Nehi, Par-T-Pak beverages, VA Hires Two Negro which was divided Into two

Upper 10, and a line of Diet- Y $o phases of $500,000 each. The Bladder Irritation'Nothing
Rite flavors, which are dis- Secretaries' first phase of the campaign Is
tributed through some 60 franchised -
to renovate and refurnish the
makes you feel worse'than I
bottlers throughout the ST. PETERSBURG A Fla. College Chapel and constructand pains in the back, headaches -
U. S. A., and overseas.S. Regional office of the Veterans k equip a 12-room classroom I and a dull uncomfortable

J. Phillips of Tuskegee, Administration hired its first building. feeling. But now there Is a for.
Ala., has served Royal Crown Negro secretaries last week. mula that can make you feel
Mrs. Senorita
Cola Co. for many years as Two recent Glbto Junior College .t : W. Crawford, better all over. It's "7-20". "720" -
of the
secretary Capital Funds
Special Representative In the honor graduates, Alletha : stimulates the kidneys so
ethnic field and will continueto McKenzie of Sarasota, and Helen Campaign, announced that the they flush away the poisons
do Thomas of Orlando went to $10,000 gift from The Kresge that make you feel miserableand
so, Ainsley said. I
work for the VA to mark the Foundation brought the total tired and disturb your
) first time Negroes began work raised to date, In cash and sleep. Muscular aches and

k\ trig on the secretarial level. pledges to the first phase of pains, nagging backache, split
Thomas has been hired to I :; .. 'ott the Campaign, to 100754. A ting headaches can come on
) work as clerk-typist In the .' total of $99,2-10 Is needed before from over-exertion, emotional

Contact Division, and McKenzie N A accomplishing the first phase upset and everyday stress and
is working in the secretarial strain or unwise eating and
Stanley Dale Squire, 13
pool. drinking. All these
graduate of Booker T. Washington Community cause mild irritations with that
The Regional Office, locatedon High School, has been uneasy, uncomfortable feeling.
St. Petersburg Bench, has selected as a candidate In the The diuretic action of famous
more than 50 secretaries and annual Shriners Scholarship Relations Council "7.20" increases
kidney flow
handles paper work 'of several Award Contest. Like his coun- flushes the poisons out of ,
thousand veterans. terparts vlelng for the top MeetsThe system. your
award In this contest, young
Assistant Manager Thomas Squire compiled an enviable Use "7.20" and you will find'
Hurt effected the employmentof June meeting of the
scholarship record at Booker T. Just ns thousands of others
Lif N the two. He requested per- graduating with a B-plus aver- Community Relations Council's have, that you will relax, eat
mission to administer civil service executive board was held at
age covering the four year per. and sleep better and
examinations on the campus iod. the home of Dr. Baker Hind- } be rid of

z of Gtbbs Junior Collegelast Stanley received a number of man, 8.385: SW 103rd St. on Sat- discomforting nnd na'gglng'
pains. Be
sure to the
month. The examinationswere urday evening of last week.
awards, honors and nominations "7.20" for the
kidneys and
given several of the col- The members were nsked to
during his high school bladder
lege students. McKenzie and years Including: Certificate of he present :at 0:30: p.m. at which at substitute.your drug store.' Aocept
Get 720"today.
Thomas topped the examineesin time dinner was served buffet
Merit for maintaining A aver.
Keep it in medicine
;(: ""v. test results an learned a age in Wology, Harvard Prize style. Several matters of Importance cabinet your
always. Available in
GSt-3 rating The rating enabled were discussed
Book for the most outstanding
At the time of his appoint- the both liquid and tablet form. At
them to begin work with a 11th grade student nominated"Mr. meeting session and according -
ment, Smith was director of drug stores everywhere.-Adv,
salary in excess of the starting Brains" by members of his to some of those pres-
of relations of Florida
public pay for the positions. ent real progress was made
selected as science teach
A&M in Tallahassee.He .
University In '
his one of the best meetings to
ers assistant during Junior
had been a member of the date that BROWNSVILLE
was not adjourned
Jr. Red Cross vear, and was president of his
staff there since September, 'I until 11:30: p.m. CORPORATIONI
junior class. As a senior he
1050. Prior to working at FAMU Nurses Trained at again was selected class president will buy your lot. I will
served director of
he as public- received an award by the finance
ity and publication at Savannah Christian HospitalThe Florida State Press Workshop Spend $2 for freedom your mortgage. Do
not give home if
State College from 1948 to 10GO. your up
for the
American Red Cross ( writing best sports
During Smith's tenure at Fla. Nurses will interview high story of the yenr, and was a Join The NAACP! you have paid enough equityin

A&M, he was closely associated school students nnd graduateson Silver Knight nominee and associate it. We will finance it. Call

with the promotion of theA&Msponsored June 25 at Christian Hospital editor of the school NE 3.3198 or 6915851. Callor

Orange Blos- between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. yearbook.The Annual Boat Ride tee J. H. Barkley.
to select those desiring to learnind Shriners Convention
som Classic, the nation's top
ranked Negro promotional athletic -, assist nurses:; in rendering being held this year in Miami 3095 NW 52nd St.Indf
event which attracts services to the patients.' Is expected to attract more Dade County Young
around 43,000 annually football fansto The Candy Stripers, upon than 3,000 people to the area Democratic Assn.
for Its week of business
successful completion of the and
ium.Miami's He was Orange also Bowl founder-di-Stad- summer course will receive a festival activities beginning I Wedned'ay' July 3, 8 p.m *
certificate and pin by the Am- Saturday, August 17. One of i .1* a
rector of the FAMU Interscholastic 2/ hour cruise
on IH0cayne
erican Red Cross on graduation highlights of the week will .
press worksshop.A dav at the hospital. be the Imperial Grand ball at Bay i .
!Munlc' Dancing Refreshments
native of Savannah, Ga., This training: I Is Important to the Bayfront Auditorium August TICKKT8 NOW ON HAI.E r
Smith was graduated from our youth to create an interestIn 22. Tho contest winner will AT MIAMI TIML'H OFFICES
PaIne High School in Augustain the nursing profession whichIs he chosen and presented at the
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4 SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 196 THE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKThe Two 'ShinersSurrender

Supreme Court of the United States decision on
of the Two Miami moonshine distributors
Monday banning Bible reading and recitation -
of the four wanted ih
Lord's Prayer in public schools must have been disappointing ; a two-state roundup, surren
to many millions of Americans and also to millions 01 dered to a federal agent Wed

other people in the world. nesday.
Eight of the nine Justices of the Court favored the Phillip A. Roker, 45, of 1051
banning. The other, Justice Potter Stewart, an Episcopalian NW 64th Ct., a grocer with a
arrests for narcoticsand
II. 11:. 8TGI8MUND HKISVES;: Editor and Publisher dissented. previous
OAUTII C. RKEVK8, Managing! Editor bootlegging, posted bond
that religion is the business :- for $1,000.
Member of the Associated Negro Press True it is as stated by many (Dearren Brown, 34, of 265
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association of the church and the home, but from time immemorial NW 22nd Terr., who was out
HATES the school has made most valuable contribution: on a $500 bond from a May 20
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN fO.OOus to the religious life of millions of people. arrest for possession of moon-
shine, is out on a $2,500 bond.
ICnt.ere Second Class Matter, August 9, 1027, at the Post Offlc The church, the school and the home working together They were charged with vio-
at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1870 form a trio that is unequalled. lations of the Internal Revenue

Main Offlie at 0740 N.W. 15th Avenue-Phone OX 1.0421 However, the laws of the country interpreted by our laws.
Branch at 1112 N.W. Third Ave., Miami Florida-Phone FH 8-228 highest tribunal, must be obeyed, regardless to how we Sam Cooke
feel about the matter.
America oan best lead the world Son Drowns
NEGRO FHKSS believe that
left loopholes and -
The court evidently some ,
from.racial and national antagonisms when it accords to every mail Vincent Cooke, 18montholdson
regardless of race, color or creed, his human and legal rights. Ilatiuno : accordingly is taking advantage of them. of rock 'n roll singer -Sam
man, fearing no loan-the Negro Press strives to help every man On Tuesday Florida's Legislature passed a bill that Cooke, drowned Monday in
In the firm belief that all men tire hurt as long as anyone Is held! would keep Bible reading alive. the swimming pool of the en-

buck. Dade County has announced that Bible reading, according tertainer's home in Hollywood

to the law of the state, will continue until that Cal
The child's mother, Barbara,
Archdeacon John Edwin
law is specifically struck down. saw his body floating in the

DJX, L.L.I. Bennett who introduced. the water. She jumped in, fully
Venerable John Edwin Culmer, Rep. Julian measure clothed, and pulled him out.
died at the Jackson Memorial Hospital on Tuesday said the court did not prohibit study of the Bible or religion Attempts by a fire departmentcrew
evening.In in schools, but the mandatory law on reading the< to resuscitate him was
his passing Miami has lost one of her outstanding Bible and the Lord's Prayer unsuccessful. Cooke arrived
home just ahead of the rescue
citizens. squad.

Father Culmer, a Bahamian by birth, came to Florid Ye Editor has often said that Miami is better off interracially
f as a young man and for some time lived in Coconut Grove' than any Southern city and perhaps m o s t t Jackson Memorial
He decided. to enter the ministry In 1920 he was ordained Northern cities. Nursing School

to the ,priesthood at Tampa and served as vicar Today he reiterates that statement. The principal

of St.: James' Church for a period of nine years.In reason has been that in Miami there are so many of our: Needs Students

1929 he came to Miami as vicar of 'St. Agnes citizens who are interested in the welfare or both races. The rapid growth of the
Church and has been priest of that church up to the population and hospitals in
In past years interracial committees have been able this area brings an increased
time of his death. to contribute much to improve race relations in our city. need for nurses.
he has seen St. Agnes grow Jackson Hospital is endeavoring -
During these 34 years
and most outstand.. Today Miami has grown into a bigger city and many] to meet this obligationby
from a Mission to one of the largest changes have taken place. increasing the enrollmentof
ing parishes in the Diocese of South Florida. the School of Nursing. We
Under his administration St. Agnes Church wa The fight for integration, some with i violence, has have extended the application
completed and furnished, the parish hall remodeled and struck many cities, but so far Miami has been comparatively date July 15, said a spokesman. .
a fine social hall erected. cool. In doing so she has been able to accomplish ob-
than most states and the wheel in the Qualified applicants may
more keeps turning
He was highly regarded in the Diocese by clergy; < tain further information by
and laity. He was elected- delegate to the General Con right direction. calling FR 1-9011, Ext. 372, 8

vention and Provincial Synod on many occasions. This week an important step was taken when our to Friday 4:30 or p.m.writing Monday to through Jackson

Father Culmer has also had the distinction of being Metro commissioners named 18 prominent citizens to Memorial Hospital School of
nominated for the office of Bishop Suffragan. serve on n Community Relations Board to act as mediators Nursing 1700 NW 10th Ave.,

Miami Beach Fr. in racial disputes.The Miami 36, Fla.
During the recent convention at

Culmer grave- notice of his retirement and his farewell calibre oft those named to t his i board should

address received .a standing ovation for a job well done. merit approval of the community in general.

A dynamic speaker he was well known throughout
other states Their names will be found elsewhere in this issue M N
Florida, and many *
President Kennedy has called the selection of this
of "*A Manual of Catholic Wor-
He was the author board wonderful thing.
ship" published by Morehouse Company.For .
some years he was a columnist for the Miami The Miami Times congratulates those who have accepted -

Times using as his caption, "Black and White." membership on this important board and hopes

Fr. Culmer was also well known in the business for: success in their efforts to make Miami an even better

world. He was one of the organizers and president of the place to live.
dissolved Wage Earners Insurance Co. He owned property -
on Third Court and in Liberty City where the family's

home is now under construction. ATTENTION 1963 GRADUATES!

His name appears on the plaque at the Liberty
Square Auditorium on 14th Ave. Of Northwestern High School

He is listed in the Religious Leaders of America and YEARBOOKS WILL BE DISTRIBUTED IN THE
the Biographical Encyclopedia of the World, a member of MAKE YOUR
the Florida Council on Interracial Cooperation, Dade So- SCHOOL AUDITORIUM ON TUESDAY, JUNE 25 PICTURE

cial Welfare Board The Greater Miami Civic League and AT 9OO A.M. While you wait

the Adelphian Club. Only $1.00
Oldtimers will remember the keen interest Father
1188 N.W.
3rd Avenue
Culmer took in slum clearance, especially his exposureof .. .... Phone FR 41522HOLT
conditions at what was known as "Good Bread. Alley"now -
Bllill r> muni 11
Open Today
Dixie Lane. Sunday 10 to 5 _

His former wife Nancy Taylor Culmer, died in 1941. COTTON MILL FABRIC OPEN SUNDAY 10 to 5

In 1947 he married Miss Leome Scavella. To this

union five children were born; three daughters, Fran- JUNE SALE 50% OFF
cena Angela and, Lona; two. sons r John II and James.
Also surviving are three 'brothers at Savannah FANTASTIC

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Two aunts; Mrs. Idella :Thompson Miami and. Luella Printed Slipcovers 1'('". ""9e 49rl. HooxsNaugahyde

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Funeral services will be held on Saturday morningat nil 'O'ors 123 KIRSCH

10. oclock at,St. Agnes Church. Plastics reg. 3.49 ,'d. TRAVERSE
There -will be a Mass of Requiem with the Rt. Rev. reg. 1.49 79y'd. RODS

Henry I i., Louttit, D.D., L.L.D, Celebrant and Preacher.The Pleater Tape 15' 120"-150" $4.49

body will lie in the church from 10 a.m. Friday 50" White Batiste reg.: 29* >, 8G"-120" $3.49

until 8 p.m.. . 33 t
The family requests that in lieu of sending flowers White Pique reg. 70* To 48" $1.19
be made 'to the John E. Culmer l\lemoriai q,,\ 35*
contributions, : Indian ." -- reg. Toe yd. To 86" $1.79
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Fund.Please make.all contributions payable to St. Agnes \ reg. .1.29 yd.
Episcopal 'Church:In care of Harold E. Brown, secretary- White Cotton'''

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r the request of various Interested -
members of Friendship
Missionary Baptist Church, 1375
NW Gth Ave., Miami, Dade County -
Florida I Reverend W. B.
Sims hereby make" the follow-
-. ing statement In the Interest of jFJ5 :
1 the continued unity and har-
"" .
\" mony of said church.I
. tendered my resignation to
the Hoard of Deacons and Trus
tees at a regular meeting on
Thursday, May 30, 1E03 and It !
r{ was officially accepted by them
with the stipulation by all Involved I
that I would remain as
pastor until the end of June

19G3.On the 1,Ith of June, at a
called mcetln of the Hoard of
Dp"cons! and Trustees the board
-1'I Informed me that they had Information v FMnd iPP a+
to the effect that I
hid: been called to New Hope
Missionary Baptist Church. I
informed them that the information
was true but that I had
not decided whether to accept
this pastorate 1 there. I was then
Informed by the Board that my
services were being terminated
Immediately. .
Accordingly, I have accepted:
hc pastorate of New Hope Missionary -
Baptist: Church, ,15th
_._ , _. .. .\"e. und( nth St., effective> Im
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mediately.My .
Pooling their efforts to help rector; James Reid, president of :l
Metro Commissioner Hughlan Richmond Heights Citizens continued( )prayers for and :;
Long, third from right, snip the Committee; Long; Al Ammerati, largo confidence of Friendship in the members Missionary at '.... ; {I:..'7. I.p.>&U"u. Jf'ti' if .......

ribbon officially opening the Sunn Hand recreation center Baptist Church remain undiminished l- NOT NECESSARY ANYMORE Scenes like
Richmond Heights Pool June 8 manager; and Bob; C. Brlnson, However it became this are now a thing of the past as the Congress Of Racial
are from left, Ray Elman, pool pool architect and engineer. clear pastor to me was that so limited my authorityas and Equality (CORE) and the Shell's, City management finally
manager; Bob Miller, aquatic Miami-Metro News Bureau confined by the Hoard( of Dea- resolved. their 2J/& year battle over the serving of Negroesin
supervisor of all Dade County photo. cons and Trustees under the the store's restaurant. The settlement was quietly
Parks pools; John Harrison of present corporate structure of
Harrison Construction Co., the church that the situation in- reached two weeks ago and ALL customers are now
builders of the pool; A. D. Advertise It Pays! terferred with my personal being served
Barnes, Dade County Parks Di- pence of mind and came into I
r severe conflict with what I have
always felt that the traditional Baptist Church who have
New Homes for Florida Living I and Minister necessary should authority bo. of a ary shown me and my family so Times ads don't cost
many kindnesses throughoutthe I
3 large spacious bedrooms, 2 baths, garage, electric -13' I',7 years and wish to assure
kitchen.Also them that they will ever be remembered They pay!
corner lot. 1452 N.W. 58th Street In my prayers.

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CALL US FOR . for clarification of t his 1
matter because of the opinionsof r
Frlndshlp Missionary Baptist JUST GARDEN AND PET
MANKER FUNERAL HOMEDay Church; that the membership at
large had not been officially Informed SUPPLIES IN ALLAPATTAH SINCE 1949
and unaware of
Phone OX 1.9151 Nite Phone 634.3198 the reasons for my departure .

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: Senators Pay Grambling 72 Day CampersAt THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.


.1 Infielder $45,000 Bonus JESCA ,'I"J>aM'f.: :::::' :. ,, ::.' r_ ltl' .a

Seventy-two lay campers were
GRAMBLING La. Frank Southwestern Athletic Confer registered at the James E.
Garnet, a spectacular Gramb- ence title and into the finals of Scott Liberty Square Day Camp
ling third baseman whose career the NAIA National Tournament.He headquarters this week; 31 Junior
has a Horatio Alger ring, campers (ages 7.15)) 41 mid-
signed a five figure bonus con- topped the Tigers in three get campers (ages 3-6)).
tract Monday night with the hitting categories, clubbing the
ball with a wild exuberance. Each day the children engage -
Washington Senators.
Garnet batted .428 ,and slam- in various activities set
Walter J. Brock, administrative med out 11 home runs. for their respective groups
assistant for the Senator which included Instruc-
farm system, said "Garnet received 'There"isn't anything he can'tdo tion in: singing, rhythm, swim-
a substantial bonus. well, Brock said. "Our ming, informal. dramatics, musical .
scouts report that he's Just games, table and quiet i
Washington has a policy about ready for the majors. games, come drawing and color y
against releasing bonus figures President R. W ET. Jones, Ing. Hot lunches are served dur
but a Grambling spokesman saidit who doubles as baseball coach, ing the noon day period. .
"is the second highest amount said it is necessary to watch the J _
ever paid a Grambling athlete." hustling firebrand in action. to The highlight of the second Ak
appreciate his finesse. camp week for the midgets will
Speculators raised the amountas be a tour of the Royal Castle Co.
high as $45,000. The Sena- "He can make all the plays June 17. 1 A r 1C
tors had to outbid 16 clubs for he confided.
the 21-year-old star, probablythe .. Garnet is a quiet fellow off The tour lasted 1 hour beginning .
best all-around third base- the field and his disposition Is at 10:30: a.m. The children + M w '
man in college baseball.A matched Vy undiminished zest visited the bakery, meat depart
In a uniform. ment and birch beer room
well-muscled New Orleans while they were in operation,
native, Garnet led Grambling He was a mathematics and finally visiting the trainingroom
((28-4)) to its third straight physical education major. where they were served P __
birch beer and donuts.. z. %

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conducted each week durng the

I IN AND AROUND THE BAHAMASNurse camp balance period.of the five week day

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Marina Smith, 22, died Andy; one daughter, Venus Chest X-rays
at Princess Margaret Hospitalon Wallace of West Palm Beach,
June 8. She was seriously two sisters, a brother, five
injured in a traffic accident on grandchildren and other rela- Available

May 24 and never recovered tives. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Clements Miami, with the ship docking
consciousness.Miss I Chest X-rays will be avail of 1409 NW 53rd St., recently right at Bay St. In quaint Nas-
Smith was one of three able at the following locationsfor returned from a delightful sau making It easy to shop In
in a car driven by Robert Alexander Todd, 30, all Dade County residents
passengers cruise aboard the completely the native straw market, swim
Atwell Plntard. The car turned was charged on June 6 with the 18 years of age and over. air conditioned s.s. Bahama at Nassau's famed beaches and
over at the intersection of Bai- Dicky Alexander Dix. Star to nearby Nassau, from enjoy Bahamian night life
lou Hill Road and Carmichael on, 25. The killing occurred on The Christmas- Seal Mobile
Road. John Munnings received the previous evening at McCul Chest X-ray unit of the Dade
slight injuries, but JacquelineWells lough Corner, when Todd stab- County Tuberculosis and Health
was not hurt.A bed Dixon in the left chest during Association will be located Sonda In Oven
a fight. Both men came Friday, June 21 at 1601 NW 5th g$25OOO,
from Turks and Caicos Islands place Hours for Friday will be '
mammoth Labor Day parade Todd will be tried In the next 12 noon to 3 pm. and 4 to 1 John Prevatt's Sonda who Both Rippln Tip.
was held by the Bahamas session of the Supreme Court p.m. could become one of the richest of the latter, plus suchadditional
Federation of Labor and the . greyhounds In history, goes into standouts as Bill
Bahamas Trade Union Con- For the week of June 21 thru the final qualifying round in Ewalt's Missile Ike, Happy
gress Union through the streetsof Ania Cleare, 4, Samuel Dean, 28, Monday and Friday the unit the Fla'gler' Kennel Club's Stutz1 Grumbler, Muriel Har-
Nassau on June 7. The march 5, Betty Mae Butler, 0, Alsaida will he located at North Hialeah $25,000 Summer Open Saturday mon's Gay Holbrook and
was led by BFL President Ran- Colebrook, 0, Edith Major, 10, Shopping Center, West night, solidly entrenched as the Chrome Finish are expected to
dol Fawkes, BTUC President and Evelyn Knowles, 17, were G5th St. and Red Road. one to beat to win it all. move into the quarterfinalswith
Roy Johnson, and Caribbean struck by lightning on June 3 The 55-pound Hialeah Honey, Sonda.
Congress of Labor Education while on a picnic at Saunders who began her racing career JHit she' the hottest thing at
Chief Brenthnol Blackman Beach They were taken 'to noted as "the return of the Just a year ago, already has the track now , and has
The colorful parade ended at Princess Margaret Hospital for prodical", he was received on earned almost $10,000 and made a hnl/it of coming through
Clifford Park where the crowd treatment.Mrs. the platform with a .great ova- could hit the $60,000 mark before when the big stake money is
was addressed by Governor Sir Lillian Archer, organizerof tion, and was commended for the current Glagler meet- on the line. She already has
Robert Stapledon, Leonard the Girls Lydia Club, and his fight at the conference. But ing closes in September if won three stake events at Biscayne -
Knowles, Blackman, Johnsonand Miss Ann Hopkin, director of Mr. Fawkes has not jointed the the Htays as hot as she has and Hollywood but has
been thus far.
Fawkes. the Bahamas Branch of the Party yet. never appeared as good as she
She her first has thus far
British Red Cross were recipi passed qualifying at Flagler.
test in the $25,000 stake last With interest in the $25,000
The Public Works Depart- ents of the Bahamas Women of Father Leander (Maxwell Saturday with a fast 31.3 per- stake building up, crowds have
ment has reported that there Excellence Award recently. The Thompson), son of Mr. and formance Just 2-10th off the increased accordingly at Flag-
were 540 building permits issued awards, originated by Dr. Wllla Mrs. Maxwell Thompson and record to overshadow her ler's summer meet and 8,000 to
for the first five months Mae Saunders, founder and Father Uonaventure (John) most illustrious rivals, Les 9,000 are expected to turn out
this year, and they value $7,572,- president of the Bahamas Institute Dean, son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo.A. Cole's Perfect Tip and Dade for the Saturday event.
485.20. During the same period of Cosmetology, were Dean of Quarry Mission ltd. !I
last year the number of per-I presented at Dr. Saunders' hair were ordained to the SacredPriesthood -
mits was 439 and the value was style and fashion panorama In !' by the Most Rev.
$5,022,300. the Governor's Hall of the Paul Leonard Hargarty, O.S.B., IT'S NEVER TOO LATE
Sheraton British Colonial Ho- D.D., LL.I. on June 14 at St. .
tel by Dr. Doris Johnson and Francis Xavier CathedralDR.
Beginning June 10 motor Mrs. Maimle Astwood. To get your graduation picture made
cycle patrolmen will give the

city of Nassau 24-hour per day M. RADIN WE FURNISH CAPS, AND GOWNS
patrol service. Seven newly Thousands of people attend. .
Hunduy IU a.m. 12 noon
trained men were added recently Ing a political meeting on the Kindergarten High School College
bringing the number to 22. Southern Recreation Grounds General Practice
Rodney Bannister of Tea Bay, May 27, saw Randol Fawkes 1159 NW 3rd Ave.
Cat Island, led his class In this reconcile with the Progressive Phone 374-1419 JOHNSON OF MIAMIFR
last group. Limeral Party and sign his application -
to re-enter the party. Open dally 0:30: 1 p.m. 7-2295
It was a dramatic moment. 5-8 p.m.
:Mrs. Elmore Thurston Thompson Fawkes, who was Labor Party
formerly of Arthur's Town, delegate to the recent consti--
Cat Island, died at the home of tutional conference in London,
her son recently. She Is survived was expelled from the PLP In
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. .2.500, Kids To Take Swimming Lessons
PAGE 8 SATURDAY, JUNE 22, '1963 con Intensive summer school read Elementary students will take
Under a special program
ing course and will be given lessons July 1.12 and Carver
school system
Christian Hospital Still Progressing and ducted the by City of Miami, about ie swimming and Elizabeth instructoion: Virrick at municipal Dix- Jr.-Sr. pupils July 1526.

m - children will The will be
I Within the past week a number ., put into being the following learn 2,500 to Negro swim this summer. pools after, free class.of charge, Immediately donated program by Ted Bleir, SUper-coor

s of aonations have beer projects: visor of physical education for I
made by supporters of Christian Seven Negro schools in the At Dixie pool, Dunbar:: Ele- the school system, and Jack
Hospital to orovide additional 1. Air conditioning of all patient's Central Negro district and Coconut mentary pupils will take lessons Ott, city pool supervisor. I
'j rooms. will participate In daily starting Mondayand
e Increasing Grove Nelson Adams Dunbar
J equipment, June Ele-
t and Improving the services to 2. Installation of sunhurricane the crash program, said LouisJ. 28. West Dunbar and Douglas mentary principal, and Mana-
patients and their families. The aluminum window awn- Tasse, community school di pupils will participate July 1- tee 'I. Bannerman, Carver Jr-
donations made. Sr. high principal, will
following are mgs. rector. 12, and Phyllis Wheatley and serveas

Tropical Association of Industrial 3. Fencing in the rear of the Students will be attending an more Douglas pupils July 15- Miami school and chairmen Coconut in areas the re-
Nurses $350 towards hospital to reuuce destructionof spectively.It .
purchase of new oxygen tent. hospital property. --- The program will begin Mon
Gardenia Circle $200 for is expected that about
air conditioner for the hospital Let's all get together by contributing NOTICEThe day at Virrick pool with George 9,500 students will enroll for
to this worthy cause Washington Carver Elemen- the reading in
lobby. Rev. W. E. Sims:::, the program 17
Dr. E. Shirley an air con for which donations are deductible of Friendship tary students. Frances Tucker schools.

ditioner for the business office. from your income tax. Missionary former pastor Baptist Church was ,w-"r.-tI" "'-: I"I! _......."",. zr-_. t
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Dr. N. Colston financedthe recently called to pastor New
and installation of Garden I Hope Missionary Baptist
purchase Friendship Beautiful EstateCan
an air conditioner for a pa- Church of which he has accept- Huge
tient's room. ed. He will take over officiallyas
Mr. Arthur Mays of Goulds, Civic Club pastor of the New Hope be used for
donated $150 towards an Missionary Baptist Church
$1.100 project of providing sun Members or tne Friendship Sunday, June 23.
and hurricane aluminum awn- Garden and Civic Club met at The public is cordially invited -
ings for hospital windows. he home of Mrs. Albertha to attend the services Church or Home
Carey for their final meeting of throughout the the day.
Draperies for patient's rooms the year on June 15. Mrs. Carey The church is located at GGOO
financed and paid for by hospital proved to be a most charmingand NW 15th Ave., Liberty City.- Ma'gnificient 5-bedrooms. Must see to appreciate.

I employees.The gracious hostess. A. L. Stephens, reporter. 100x100 foot lot. Beautiful cathedral ceiling, beau
board of trustees, attend tiful floors 2 kitchens. $19,900 total price.
ing staff and the hospital administrator Orchids to the executive com ,
are endeavoring to mittee wno prepared and 10,000 Kids in Crash
brought ballots! oj the previous $2,000 down See Sat. & Sun

meeting{ held at the nome 01 J Reading Program
Miss l E. C. Thomas. The group Approximately ]10,000 child- AT
reelected Mrs. Iona H. Dukes 1-3 will attend
in grades
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J)[/ Bouquets and dish gardens to ing ability by as much as two T
individuals and organized social academic years.
groups. More than 60,000 children In
June is the month of new Dade returned to school Mon- LIBCITYDRIVEIN
brides. All the lucky girls are Aid to Sunlland School for day for the summer recreation
reminded to notify their social special students In Fort Myers. program or for study.
security office of their changeof Services to Youth Hall.
name as soon as possible after Services to Operation Alphabet. THEATRE
the event. Edward P. Blon- ARTRARegular

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HUGE SUCCESSThe Clyde Killen's Knight Beat
A young man found out this lent in some areas of the city, a total stranger, threw his arms presents sensational .' .
week that it is not nice or wiseto of grabbing a passing girl or around her on NW 11th St. between two-day clinic sponsoredby
grab and attempt to hold womn by the arm or wrist, Is 2nd and 3rd Aves. last the Sunlight Alumni Association
women who pass along the annoying and dangerous and Friday. at the Sunlight BeautySchool
sidewalks minding their own the women have long com- June 17-18 was a huge
business. plained about it. I Edwards and the crowd of success with Mrs. Laura Hill-
Mrs. Mikki Milburn called idlers thought it was very yer as guest artist demonstrating .
The practice, quite preva- the police when James Edwards, funny when the young woman Halr-Strate and Pastel 9d b
_- -- _ protested and tried to fight Princess This event was the f',1 4 b irw.
[ -- him off with her handbag. second annual clinic sponsoredby a
the Alumni. The associationhas
when of.
It was not so funny
fleer James N. Bowe arrivedand grown during the year and
put Edwards In the pokey. has a plan to present its mem- b I
bers and the many local beau
Monday morning, Judge Mas- ticians attending these educa-
ki sey found Edwards guilty, fined tional clinics with credits.
s him and advised him henceforth Those from out of town attending -
to keep his hands off the two-day workshop
passing women.I'KKSOXAL few are mentioned: Mrs. Edna GLORIA LYNNHer
Davis, St. Petersburg;
Singleton Ruby Dixon, Sara band, the Earl Mays
Lowe Belglade; Mrs. Jestina Trio, direct from the Thun-
f Cummings, Wabasso; Mrs. Rosie derbird in Las First
Zettler C. Clay, director of Lee Tillman;; Mesdames Beverly Vegas.
i 1 a+ the Georgia Training Schools, Quince, Delray; Getrude Carter ., time in Miami.
and his brother, Alvin, high f ,Delray; Rosa Lee Dean, '
r ;. 3 school teacher, both of Macon, Dania: ; Pearl Hardy, Ft. Laud- Adm;Adv-$2.00. .
w' ' are in Miami visiting their sis- erdale; Grace Stubbs, Key West Door $2.50:
ter, Mrs. Martin Crue. Mrs. and ,Mrs' Florence All or Pom-
Crue, desk supervisor at t h. e I pa: no. J ..r- -:... "'- -
y,' Y Hampton House, invited some Lunch was served each day Regular Adult Sunday mati
iriends to a splash party at
by the alumni. The president.
the Hampton House pool Fri- ,Airs. G. W. Cunningham thankedthe nee 5 pm. The place to see
day night to meet these two visitors for. taking the time and! be seen. Adm. free.
popular memUers of her fam- out to insure the success of the Tuesday nile, Ladies Nite
ily. < workshop. Thursday nite, Amateur
j.d Many new memUers were added nite.
The Jericho Gospel Singerswill to thQ Association.
open at the Eden Roc Hotel The courtesy extended the r ""' ---
l next week. Mary Nesbit, alumni members and guests by
Helen Glover, George Brooks, Sunlight and faculty was won- COMING BACK
Wlllard Townsend Big John derfuU Wo feel we owe a great JUNE 28 .29. 30
MacArthur and Wm., Boone, debt of gratitude to them. The
make up the group. From there facilities are wonderful. The
k & they go to Atlantic City into clinic closed with words of
a, Le Bistro Club, then onto the praise and encouragement for
+v Thunderbird in Las Vegas. the project.

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\ \ Bishop, Ball Says Edward, Waters Accreditation Safe Orchid Bridge Club hosted -

'I AME Church- Bishop William- The letter paid glowing tribute Hon. Haydon Burnes, mayor of themselves with Howard a mid-day John
F. Ball, presiding' bishop of to Bishop Ball for his work the city of Jacksonville that Broward luncheon party at WednesdayJune
the and expressed $25,000 which was cut from the son Resturant last
Florida and chairman of th
[ and
econfidence would be County 12. After a wholesome
Board of Management of Edward in his leadership and college, by the city, fellowshipthey
chancellor and chair restored. This amount given to delicious menu and
ability as
Waters College, located in News home of
Jack. motored to
Jacksonville, was assured that man of the hoard of manage- the college by City
off for the past Mr. and Mrs. J. A Summons
Edward Waters College is not ment of the church related college sonville was
and a half. This amount ltsyWalter recreation.
in danger of losing its Accreditation year
l as a Liberal Arts College; -- stated the mayor, would be an Playing bridge while sippingsoft
and that students graduating expression of faith and confi- drinks, and a bit of chit-
from the college with teacher dence in the ability of Bishop chat in the shade of a varietyof
I'I certification will not be affected ry Ball, as chairman of the boardof fruit trees on the, attractive
? management. Bishop Ball 1:1: patio-lawn were enjoyed by all.
This assurance was given by j; ; stated: The South Broward VFW All expressed themselves as
the AME prelate following a Post No. 0185 will hold its next having spent a most whole-
will for a
"This money pay .
two hours conference with some and ideal afternoon.The
State School SuperintendentThomas science building; if "we would meeting July 7. All membersare group consisted of

D. Bailey at Tallahassee start a building fund. asked to be present. Mesdames Mattie Barkley, Mae
recently and was made The board voted to use the Higgs, Lillian Baillou, Catherine -

known during a special meeting money for the building fund The Broward County beau- Cogdell, Louise Bogie, Susie
of l the college's Board of Man for the college.At ticians of West Hollywood and Smith, Flossie Gibson, J. A.
of the two days
agement am Trustees. The the close Hallandale are to have their Summons and Miss E. C. Tho
the the
at college,
meeting was held at the college end-of-the-month dance at mas.
and trustees
on Tuesday and Wednes- board of management resolution unani-- the New Big Bambo Club in Susie Smith, president; E. C.

day of the past week.
I The 24 I member board of management Bishop Ball as chairman of the June 29.
met in a' two day ses-* board of management and chan
I sion, in the college chapel at cellor. The resolution also call- Mrs. Agnes Gomez of Nassau sophomore year and is major-
the call of the bishop to review ed for a vote of confidence for Bahamas, visited relativesIn ing in business. John will be a
senior this fall and he Is
the work of the 07-year-old the ability and leadership of Miami Hallandale and West a
AME college during the past the bishop. The board' also voted Hollywood recently. She spent mathematics major.
academic year; and to m a k e that the Uusiness of the college Sunday night with her cousins,
The F
recommendations and draft the Its philosophy, policy and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bowe and is r e e way Handicap
philosophy, policy and procedure procedure would be directed by reported an exciting trip. She League Land now bowling at 9 Pin-
for the college and to' make the board of management and returned home Tuesday. The address on Wednesday is NW 36th at St.p.m.and
plans for the general imrove- the board of trustees. 19th Ave.
ment of the college. The plans BALL John and George Cumber-

I call for a $750,000 building pro- METHODIST batch, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Bowe
gram, which calls for the erection The telegram from Dr. Kelley, EBENEZER
Cumberbatch of Hallandaleare are celebrating their 24th wed-
with lec- of the State of Ed- I
Hall Department
of Science
a that Rev. A. D. Hall pastorE. home from Florida A&M I ding anniversary on June 22 at
ucation made clear the
ture auditorium, the erection Ingram reporterThe University. George is in his their home in West Hollywood.
of gymnasium, and a student State Department of Educationhad I
union building. nothing to do with the OOrd session of the "
philosophy, policy and procedure Florida annual Conference of
The information that Edward of Edward waters College, the Methodist Church convened -
Waters College would retain its but that was and is the sole responsibility at Mt. Pleasant Methodist B C
"A" rating, by the State Boardof of the college's Church, Gainesville June 12- v
Education, was contained in board of management.After 16. Ebenezer church was well
two page letter and a telegram, represented. The following per-
the reading of the let- Rev. A. D. Hall,
which were given to each memo sons attended.
ber of the board of management, ter and telegram to the boardof pastor; W. H. Fuller, Oswald K. AUTO RADIATOR SERVICE
and read to the capacity crowd management, the large Sands, Mrs. A. D. Hall, Mrs. J.
; of trustees and friends of the crowd stood and gave a loud L. Dixon, Mrs. Victoria Higgs,
Hour Service Credit AvailableWHILE
I college. The telegram and let and long ovation to the bishop. Mrs. Mable Crompton, Miss -

',I ter stated that the State Department Said Bishop Ball: "Edward Everette Ingram, Mrs. Elols S. YOU WAIT
Modest Milan
of Education would Waters College is safe. The col- Johnson, Come in for free checkup
grant the school the time need and nine youth.
lege is passing through a periodof 8 POINT SYSTEM
The officers and members -
ed to expand and build the
needed buildings.' transition from a junior to a welcome the pastor's return to Remove Radiator From Rack Flush Engine Block
senior college" ; these are grow- begin his ninth year as pastor. Car Check water pump & hose
The letter also contained a ing pains. Usher Board No. 2 will have Clean and Rod Radiators Test Radiator for Leaks
promise of help and coopera- Dressed in a blue businesssuit charge of class meeting TUes- Test Thermostat and and Repair
tion by the State Department, and standing before a microphone day night. Let us not forget Pressure Cap Paint and Install Radiator
) in meeting the needs of the college ,_ the. ,bishop continued: the sick and shutIns.BROWNSVILLE AH Work Guaranteed
f by giving such direction "My life's blood is In Edward COMPLETE STOCK OF REBUILT RADIATORSOPEN
as the board I desires. The letter Waters College. We shall builda BAPTIST 7 A.M. TO ft I'.!\I. MON. THRU SAT.
in bigger and better Giveus
stated college.
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time and we will have all 2775 NW GOth Street
"This office will continue to
buildings and
be anxious to help you in any need." facilities we Rev. R. Thompson, pastor

way you may desire to meet I The bishop elaborated in the Beginning Monday, June 24, ............ . f . . . . . . . > . . > . . . . . . . . + .
the standards and pass the transition through June 28 there will be
building program and made ( GIVE YOUR CHILD 7 SATURDAYS IN
I from a junior to a senior known to the hoard members Evangelistic Preaching revival
college." ) at 8 p.m. each evenl*.
that he had been assured by the Our Evangelist, the Rev. R. J. PIANO, DANCE & LISTENING TO GREAT MUSIC

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NoticeOn I SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1963 PAGE IIWoman's

\ June 16 a large crowd
': Dav at ML
:'f ,I' attended the 5th annual tea of .
the Usher's Union Association.As .
Sunday School will begin at. drill we will hear the results of
always Father Theodore 9:45: with Mrs. Josephine, the Queens Contest, Mrs. Mae
Gibson was at his best. He received Chapion as superintendent. The Ester Bodie will be in chargeof
applause over and over 11 o'clock service will be high the contest. Who will take I
for the splendid talk In whichhe with Mrs. Thomas and Mrs. the crown away from Mrs.
gave. The committee Mrs. Brooks In charge of devotion. Ozie Nichols?

Agnes Knowles, Mrs. Bertha
Auderley, Miss Dorothy Major The speaker of the morning The women of Mt. Calvary
thanked all the members and will be Mrs. Lillle M. Doles, a want to give thanks to every-
friends who supported them so teacher at Douglas Elementary one who have worked so wilMK8. I
well. School. She is a member of Mt.
Zion Baptist Church, Rev. E. T. I
..J.J'J Usher's Union Fourth Sunday Graham pastor. Music will be I
program will be held at Mt. furnished by the Pallbearers II
Olivet Church on 1st court Spiritual and the Ushers will I
which is located between 14th be members of New Mt. Moriah.
and 15in St. at 3 p.m. June 23. Dinners will be served after the

The program will be sponsored service.At .

Men of Saint Mary'sRaise uy fie: tine public juniors is invited for the to juniors.spend Davis three o'clock Rev. W. M.
tne atternoon with the associa- Baptist
Brownsville will preach for us.
SZ.309.02 tion. and his choir and congregation
Deacon David Hudson, president will be there with him. i A

On Sunday, June 16, an over ed the; c.ay wltn u musical pro- ; Miss Dorothy Major, reporter At 5'30 p.m. Mrs. Annie -

whelming crowd witnessed the gram with many participantsfrom ; Rev. I. C. Mlcklns, pas- Toney will lie in charge of the

most successful Men's Day in various churches.The tor. BTU The music will be fur-
the history of the church. nished by the Mt. Calvary Jr.
membership of St. Mary'sis
Choir. There will be
Chairman for the day was deeply grateful for those MT. CARMEL BAPTIST discussion on "Christian a panel Women
Rev. Gladstone Hunter, Rev. who labored and the many who -
Edward Young, co-chairman, contributed financially and numerically Uev.: D. A. Bradley, pastor Responsibility.
Albert Carey, Albert Bain and in order to make the lib.: Christine Cohen, reporter To close out the day we will

their entire committee who day a success. Rev H. V. Stuart I to live for Thee have a candlelight drill. This R
Lord want
worked so hard to make the and the trustees are filled hour starts at 7 p.m. with Mrs. No-
day the success it was. with at the out of the every day and every Just and
Joy Mrs.
come man Nichols
service. God keep my heart and keep by in .__.._----_._.__._._ ------ --
They are giving charge. After the candlelight !
Speaker for the morning service the praise and thanks for what mind. LI LIIE M. DOLES

was Atty. Harold Braynon, He has done, realizing that all Our pastor delivered a very I
well known leader In our com- things can be accomplished needful message during the Greater Bethel llngly with us. Among those
runity, and a member of St. through Him. Again we are morning service and we do I Relieve Baptist visiting us will be Mrs. W. F.

Paul AME Church. He spoke. grateful to all participants and it was the answer to a Rev. W. J(. Smith, pastor Tanner, Mrs. Julie Gallon, Mrs.F. .
from the depths of his heart using L. Smith and other
God's choicest blessingsrest Theme many
may needed family ,
"The very Sunday, June 0 was Youth
as his subject, Beginning upon you. There will be "God Will Provide." Day at Greater Bethel. The great women of the city Everyone -
of Freedom for The Black is invited to
testimony on the fourth Sunday.. come.
man." His message touched the Hev. Edward Young will be in The Sunday School and BTU Juniors out were the services in charge with and adult carried Mrs. Susie Hawkins chair-

hearts of every one. charge of the morning and will have the anniversary on man.
like efficiency. At the morning
the fifth Sunday evening.
Space will not permit us to evening service. services Patrick Range spoke

mention the number of guests There will be a Grandpa's from the Youth Day theme, TEMPLE BAPTIST
who came to worship at the ZION HOPE BAPTIST Hay de on this Monday night "Youth Today Adults To
btjrvice. and we are asking our friends morrow." He advised the youth Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor
5129 NW 17th Avenue to come and take this trip withus. that the kind of adult they become -
worship climax- The youth choir will sin I
The evening tomorrow g
Paul Freeman depends
Rev. pastor upon
and the 2
Sunday morning No.
Stella Mae Flowers, reporter the kind of youth they are today
Bible class Tuesday night, 7 and further stated that they choir will. sin q during the even-

METROPOLITAN AME Sunday we had a most enjoy- to 8 o'clock. must be spiritually prepared to ing.

able time throughout the entire also meet the rapid change and challenge The InterdenominationalChoir
Rev. J. J. Williams, pastor day. The pastor rendered a Prayer meeting Tuesday, they must face. John Union will hold its
there will be baptism. quarterly -
DAY very inspiring and soul stirring Percell, the evening speakerand meeting Sunday, 3 .
YOUTH message which was enjoyed by Itememtoer the families that one of our own, spoke from Temple. The Rev. A. D. Hall
Youth Day will be held at everyone present. On Sunday need your comforting prayers the subject, "Four Training of Ebenezer will be the speaker.
Metropolitan, 1778 NW 69th St. night we had another_ inspiring i and also the sick. and shut-in. Centers for the Church of To I3ro. S. Ferguson I Is, president.
June 23 with services throughout message which was rendere: morrow." He said! it I N first theresponsiblllty The niif/llf-- ia invited_
the day. The morning I by Rev. Williams of me nome, the The Pulpit Aid Board will

morning speaker will be Stan On Sunday morning we had ST. LUKE BAPTIST spiritual training of the church, sponsor a tea at the home of
a graduate of BOOKer the mental training of the Mrs. Eva Gibson, 1838 NW 5th
ley T.Squire Washington, High School. our baptism services which wasa Rev. P. W. Williams, pastor school, and last, the help and place at 4 p.m. Friends are in.
and highly
most enjoyable Mrs. Bunesba Green, reporter cooperation of the community vited.
Mt. Her- spiritual time? We had 20 can- to the for
Guest choirs from Luke prepare youth tomorrow's The Grand United Order of
Bethel Mt. didates for baptism. :Sunday, June 23 St. adults.
New ,
mon, Greater observe its annual Men'sDay. pall Bearers will hold Its annual -
Pleasant and Gibbs will be on Sunday June 23, Sis. MitchellIs Memorial Service Thurs-
The chairman, Deacon Each adult present must have
hand to render their favorite having a tea for the Pastor's Floyd Davis and co-workers extend gone home vowing to give moral day, June 27, 8 p.m. at Temple.
selections on the afternoon Aid Club at the home of Sis. to the public a cordial invitation support and help to all youths Our men are putting forward
program. Annie Williams, 1111 NW 48th to join in observance where ever it is needed. Chair- their "best feet' in their Men's

The evening service will feature St. The public is Invited. both spiritual and financial.The I man Lillle Dukes and Cochairman In Day July drive.Is their The date.fourth Last Sunday Sun-
Theron Carson
table discussion on
a round men will be in charge of day the women pledged to givea
rewarded for their in
the timely topic, "Youth Mak-" ST. JAMES A. M. E.18.t5 service all day beginning with ning this fine part Great good backing as usual. They
How? program.
ing Right Decisions, NW 65th Street Sunday School at U.30.: The pro- credit Is 'due the entire Junior all have decided.l to, put it over,

The announcement of the Rev. J, B. Blacknell, pastorR. gram committee has selected Church for its splendid cooperation In a big way.

amount of funds will terminate E. Copledan, reporter two outstanding speakers for and enthusiasm The pas-
the evening. This, is the fourth the day. The morning speaker tor, Rev. Smith, was beaming OPEN DOOR
annual Youth Day and it' is Father's Day was a highly will be the Rev. D. A. Bradley, with pride as he sat back and
hoped that it will be the best. Inspirational day with Sun- pastor of Mt. Carmel M. 13. watched the excellent perfor- Rev. W. C. McDowell, pastor
day School at 0:30: a.m. at Church. The evening speaker mance of all participants. A. E. McNeal, reporter
Earlene Clayton, chairman; which time Promotional Certificates will be the Rev. C. J. Burney,
Vernetta Worthy, program were issued following pastor of New Providence M. Congratulation goes o u t to Father's Day was another
chairman. the Children's Day Promotional I B. Church. Music will be ren- the 12 youths who have Just gala occasion for the Open Door.
Exercises on last Sunday. dered by St. Luke Male Chorus. received their high school di- The Pilgrim Fellowship (Youth
The Father's Day Pew Rally The theme for the day is "God plomas. We are happy to announce group) was In charge of the
GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev. was a huge success. has Great Things In Store for Althea McQueen was beautiful services and thespeakersh
Faithful Workers." valedictorian. All are graduates verses and songs giv-
The ,
William Savoy, pastorWe The pastor's.m ssage_ to of North Dade Junior-Senior e occasion were writ-

having a special 7:30 fathers was taKen from irov. It is our sincere hope that High. Let us pray that God will ten by various members of the
evening are service of worship this 1:5: "A wise man will hear anda the public will find Its way to forever guide them as the y group Gall Williams, Sandra i\
Sunday. The youth of the and will increase learning;shall St. Luke, where the doors pursue their chosen profession. Fox and Pauline Cole.
man of understanding
to visitors
church will be In charge o{ the wise counsels." stand open always
attain unto with a warm welcome. This year the Father of the
service., Our; guest speakerytlllbe ; In this age, when men are so NEW MT. MORIAHRev. Year seemed to be a "natural.) "
Franklin D. Ross, program sorely tested, the pastor urged That father chosen mainly
director. of the Carver Branch the men and youth, among oth- NEW BETHEL BAPTIST A. I... Shlpp, pastor by the PF"ers was our own
YMCA. He will speak on a topic -, er things, to be careful of the Ruby Handy, reporterThe Robert Simms, who is director
the youth have chosen: "Have type of leadership they give 1571 NW 68th Terrace public Is always welcometo and counselor for about 40
The Youth of Today Changedin and keep God's law. Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor worship with us during our young teenagers of the church.
Any Way From The Youthof Deacon Fred Williams, reporter regular services. Sunday Schoolat Mr. Simms devoted many hoursof
The Last Generation?" 'I', Music was furnished by choir his
busy time with these
the No. 1 and 130: ; morning service at 10:45:
This choir is sponsoringits This Sunday
Let us bring our friends to I No.1. on No. 2 choirs will render the and evening service at 0:45.: The young people and they often
this special occasion presented anniversary pastor will have baptism at the refer to him as "father."
Sunday, June 23 at the church, music for the day. The service
ed the youth. 1845 NW 65th St. at 3:30: p.m. for the day and evening Is expected church Sunday at 0, along with Rev. and Mrs. McDowell em-

At : this Sunday, the Rev. Roddy will deliver the to be wonderful and well the Mt. Tabor Baptist Church. planed for Atlanta, Ga. t h 1 s
3:301.m. The pastor wishes to thank Its
pastor members of message. attended as always. week to attend the annual conference -
many members and friends fora
the church will attend a Music for the 7:30: p.m. ser- morning Rev. wonderful of the Congregational
Last Sunday last
Mission" ed the Gospel anniversary on Churches. Both of them are on
"Stewardship and vice was sponsored by
Taylor, one of our senior ministers Sunday. Rev. Davis delivered a
will be
program. They home
ucational program at the Pine- l Chorus, with a sermonette delivered the Father's wonderful
anniversary sermon.
for Sunday service as usual
crest Presbyterian Church, iy Rev. Anderson. Day message and it was most

10100 SW 57th Ave. Following this, the members uplifting. Rev. Bain, another of ,.j. Friends and visitors are always -

The subject for the morning of Greater Bethel"accompaniedby our senior ministers preachedon Woman's Day At welcome to the Church of

sermon will be, "Elijah on Car. Rev. Hicks, assistant pastor, Sunday evening. Both ser- the Open Door.
mel." Text, 'I King 18:42.: rendered a service and along mons were a wonderful Father's Mt. Aaron

the with the members of St. James, Day message for all of the fath
On the fifth
We are asking you as always Woman's Day will be held at
Board of Deacons will present gave the He left pastor's this going-away week fora ers. to please don't forget to Mt. Aaron Baptist Church Sun- IK<< . . - .
"A Pineapple Dip and Ice purse. sick and the shutIns.Do June 23. Come and
meeting of the Bishop's Council visit the day, wor-
Cream the church 19-SAFETY!
Sip" on in Detroit and thence to remember you and yoursare ship with us. Katherine Rozier,

promises lawn from to be 4 to a highly 6 p.m. enJoy-This I I Cleveland for a church meet- always welcome to worship chairman; Rev. Albert McCran- .... -- IH H If >"d! tr
all times.
with pastor.
able program. ing. ; us at ey,





MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. Albert . Francis . .

PAGE 12 SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1963 DEATHS Remains of Mrs. Abble Nor- BEN TAYLOR of 6223 NW

ris, 1470 NW 6th place motherof 20th Ave. died at his home on
.I..1111111 .....- Mrs. Sallie Teemer, Mrs. DoraL. June 13. Services Saturday, 2
Council and Mac Troutman, p.m. in the chapel with Rev. A.
BARDS ... MEMORIALS RANGE were shipped to Chiefland, Fla., Rutherford officiating. Remains -
ROBERT NICHOLS: "of 843 June 14 for services and burial. will be on view 5 p.m.

... NW 66th St., died June 15. He< Two brothers also survive. sister Friday., Mrs.Survivors Alice Rolle.Include a

leaves to mourn, his widow,
CARD OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAM Josephine; three daughters, Mrs. Dora Ball died at home a
Lula Bacon, Catherine Cun- 535 NW 15th St., June 12 a n < MRS. EVELYN HIRES of

family of the late, In loving memory of my dear ningham and Georgia Brinson; was sent to Fitzgerald, Ga. June, 1465 NW 5th place, died June
Final rites 18 for final rites. Her
four great-rands. 13. Services held Tuesday at
husbandFRANK in the include her husband, eight sis-
TT PERKINSwho were held Wednesday New Hope Primitive Baptist
6 departed this life June Z, chapel with the Rev. Pickett ters and three brothers.Mrs. Church with Rev. A. C. Samuel -

r rq1 19GO and was laid to rest July J 3. officiating. officiating. Survivors include -
Eternal rest grant unto him, 0, Sula Tyson, who was i three sons Al, Hensheland
Lord, and let perpetual light ALFRED: HENDERSON of visiting a niece, Mrs. Jessie Edward Horne; a daughter,
shine upon him. Amen. 1235 NW 65th St., died June Spikes, 1444 NW 71st St., diedin Evelyn Latimore, a brother,
r.t 16. Mr. Henderson had lived in Christian Hospital June 14, Peter Hires; 15 grandchildren
Mrs. Gladys Perkins, wife Miami for the past 10 years Remains were shipped to< and 'other relatives.
Mrs. Dernice Scott, sister He is survived by his wife,, Gainesville, her home, :Friday:
Harold Perkins, brother Janie; a son, Judge; three for final rites. Other survIvors
I Key West daughters, Lucille Hillman, are husband, A. T., sister, Mrs. Baby Boy Lee, son of Mr.
V I Janie Reeves, Theresa Hen- 'Clara Bryant; another nice ama and Mrs. Artis Lee of 1745 NW
r derson; seven grand children. nephew. 1st place, apt. 2 died June 15.
Final rites were held Thurs- Graveside services held Wednesday -
IN MEMORIAM. day in the chapel. .
Mrs. Mary Cochran, wife 01:
In sad but loving memory of; MRS. BESSIE THOMPSON, Luther Cochran and mother 01:
our loved one, of 2525 NW 159th St., died June five daughters and five sons, Baby Boy Sears, son of Mr.
c 16. Mrs. Thompson leaves to died June 14 in the home of hei and Mrs. Leroy B, Sears of 934

: mourn, a husband, Albert, two sister, Mrs. Bessie Deal wIth NW 2nd Ct., died June 17. Ser
sons, George and Cleveland whom she was living at 1441] vices Friday.Richardson.
Smith; three sisters, Leila Wil- NW 68th Terr. She is also sur-
A : {tF rr son, Ella Roundtree, Elsie vived by a brother and a sister.

& : t Sherman, a brother, Sam Smith Services will be held in Thom- . .
and a grandson Services Saturday asville, Ga. Sunday.

CATHERINE ADRILLA Church at, Opa-locka New Bethel at 3:30: Baptist William. LaRoda, 1820 NW MRS. WILHELMINA THOMAS
sEi Ad at of 2490 NW 154th St. died
PEDICAN with the Rev W. K. Smith officiating 4th court, died June 16. A native -
June 19. She Is survived her
Mlamian, his survivors include by
wishes to thank the man y four sisters and a brother husband, Jake, 4 sisters, Thel-,
friends in the Greater Miami CHARLIE Arrangements are incomplete.: ma Austin, Albertha Forte Ge
WEST of 1711
area and elsewhere for their! i I neva Shelton and Maxine Museof
> NW 67th St. died June 16. He
many acts and deeds of kind :' Kissimmee, Fla.; nieces and
had Lteen resident Miami Archie 2051 NW G3rc
ness during her brief illnes: a of Boyd, nephews. Services Monday at
for 28 years. He is survived by St., was accidentally electro- Mt. '
and at her death. Zion AME Church in Opa
his wife, Elizabeth, a daughter; cuted while at work June 17 Locka with Rev. H E. Green
Thanks for the cards, tele t who is named Elizabeth also; Services will lie conducted Sat- officiating.
grams, letters of sympathy, the 9 grand children. Final rites urday 3 p.m. at St. Paul Bap-
numerous floral pieces and de- C Saturday in the chapel at 12 tist Church, Delray Beach. His
signs, the use of cars, and all r 4 p.m. parents, Mr. and Mrs. David MRS. ELNORA A. R. TAYLOR -
other services rendered. Boyd and a sister survive. He of 1749 NW 3rd Ave. June
: will lie in repose in the chapel 14 She is survived by a sister,
Special thanks to the Vener- *. J!J. l IN MEMORIAMIn 12 noon Friday. Willie Mae Robinson, an aunt,
: -
able Archdeason John E. Cul- : Mrs. Madella Grissomm. niece
.. mer, vicar of St. Agnes Episco- > and nephews of Fitzgerald, Fla.
pal Church, the Grand United< THOMAS H. MINGO memory of our dear son Services for Earnest Johnson, The body was shipped to the
Order of Good Samaritans, the and brother, I a drowning victim who lives at Sowell Funeral Home In Jacksonville -
(Daddy Mingo)
Daughter Elks of Greater Mi- 1334 NW 42nd St. will be con for final rites.
ami Temple No. 769, the president who departed this life June 21, ducted Saturday at 1 pjm. at
and members of St. Marl Mt. Carmel Baptist Church,
Club of St. Agnes Episcopal 1955.Dear Rev. D. A Bradley pastor. Survivors ALBERT WARDLOW IN-
Church. loved one, eight years are his widow, Laura, GRAM of 1939 NW 3rd Ave,
have passed since you left Us five sons, a daughter, mother died at his home June 18. He Is
:. We shall always remember It seems as if It was yesterday. t. and father of Tallahassee, five. survived by his wife, Elizabeth,
you with grateful hearts and The home is so very lonesome. sisters and eight brothers. four grand daughters, Mrs. Lil-
deep appreciation. No one to take your place. Some lian McPhee, Mrs. Urcell Major,
j I The Pedican Family in \h i ia ix Jones retired Mrs. Elva Moncriel and
day we hope to meet you that I Mrs. Lula M. a Mrs.
city bright and fair where lov- A school teacher, died June 17. Annie Y' Hughes, nine 19Teatgrandchlldren.
ed ones will be together and, it A She lived at 1455 NE 151th St., Services Tues-
would be no parting there, .a, North Miami Beach and is sur- day, June 25 from the chapel
IN MEMORIAMIn vived by her husband and a with Rev. E. A. Culmer officiating -
Julia Mingo, wife daughter. Arrangements are in. .
loving memory of my deceased Ernestine M. Welters, complete.Mrs. .
husband. daughterVanderlene 1

Edwards, Willie G. Mitchell, 2310 BAHA'I ASSEMBLYMiss
daughter. Rutland St., Opa-locka, died
Lury Mingo, son June 19 after a long illness. Sheis I Olive Alexander, executive
s's Rose Bud Hall sister survived by her husband, director of the James E.
Geraldine Lastres, Oliver; three daughters, a I Scott Community Association,
grand daughter brother. Arrangements are in-' will speak at the Baha'l Center
complete. 137 NW 11th Ave., 8 p.m. Sun-

.. '" day June 23. Her suBJect will
r be "The Advent of Divine Jus-
IN MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKS: tice." The public Is cordially
invited to attend. Phone Secre-
a In sad but loving memory of The family of the late, tary, FR 1-520 for further in-
dear brother

.our....T"""" -- -....... ',,...,.- who departed this life June 24, MISS SYMONETTE SHIRLEY C. formation.
I.' ." ,' 1911.{)*
v.p. Gone, but, not forgotten. acknowledge with grateful appreciation -
I Sleep on and don't slumber, the kind expression Bachache Pains
;t.., I t. ,, ,.,," ,: sleep on and take your rest, we i of your sympathy. !
; t' here who left all love
:t o are you Getting Nights
{ I
l but God loves best.
lA. ,,'- ',.." t\ I The Family CARD OF THANKS! ,Bladder IrritationAnd

'f ;'. The family of '''the late
GREENSBOROBECOMES to thank the many A remarkable preparation
hasten proven effective in almost -
friends and neighbors for their
who departed, this life June 21, OPEN kindness and sympathy shown every case of nagging
;1961. backache sleeplessness and
during our hours of bereave-
Resting, resting, sweetly resting 4% CITY ment. Special thanks to Rev. headaches caused by kidney and
"1 On the Saviour's loving breast 1 Johnson of the St. John Bap- bladder Irritation. This Is a
Waiting there for Christ attesting . GREENSBORO, N.C. Within tist Church, the Richardson double-acting formula. Ask for
I t,;.\ him fit the week starting June 14, Funeral Home and the neighbors it by name, "7-20". "7-20" is
.To enter with the blest. 4 Greensboro became an open of 501 NW 4th Ave. guaranteed to relieve those
(G..... Mrs. facilities sharp agonizing pains In the
) Rosa L. Scantlebury city as far as public The Danoldson Family
New York City are concerned. lower back. That miserable
'If t Hotels, motels, restaurants, headache and tired feeling you
j ';'t theatres and bowling alleys '- r Dear Friend I'' get from being unable to sleep
.r many of them not targets of the whole night through. "7-20"
: : IN I MEMORIAM I Greensboro CORE'S recent massive We have endeavored to that amazing diuretic stimulantfor
"'"I \ the kindeys and bladder
direct action campaign make personal acknowledge- ,
;,- f In loving memory of our dear I became desegregated. ment.s for the numerous floral will rid your body of waste by
:1'"mother, "At last Greensboro Is livingup tributes, telegrams, let- gently Increasing kidney and
(' ; .+ :* EMMA MINNS JOHNSON who departed this life June 22. to its reputation as the most ters, cards of sympathy and ladder flow flushing away
', ,.. ./1 1who fell, asleep June 18, 1934. 1962 in New York City. liberal city In the south's most other kindnesses shown us poisons relieving painful Ir-
F ,;'J. I, ':': "God of the living' In whose eyes, liberal state," commented William daring our recent bereavement ritations. "7-20's" amazing action -
Unveiled Thy whole creation Gone, but not forgotten. Thomas, chairman of : will let you sleep nights.
-. *:, lies May his,Soul rest in peace, Greensboro, CORE and a leader Relieve the discomforting and
'f..:All souls are thine; we must and may light perpetual shine of the recent demonstrations. We regret that we have torture of lower back pains and
not say upon him. Mayor David Schenck's Initial been unable to obtain the that dragged down feeling. Accept -
.. ,r That those are dead who pass Howard Hart, brother attitude of IndecIsiveness had addresses of some of them. no substitutes. Insist on
-:;" ': away, New London Conn. caused Greensboro to lag behind genuine "7.20". For sale at better -
'.:, From this our world of flesh Cleveland Hart, brother, Durham and several other Please accept this methodof drug stores everywhere. Remember -
I North Carolina cities in desegregating thanks for kindness of
', PEST set free New York City I you must We satisfiedor
Mrs. Rosalee sister Its public facilities. every kind showered upon back. Get "7.20"
i, fWe them living unto Thee Delancy, your money
Miami It was only following resumption us. We are most grateful. today. Keep "7-20" In your
r ;:' Her '''children, Mrs. Estelle Newsome, ; of CORE mass action on Th Reeves medicIne cabinet always. Available -
". .' Vera Wilson and sister, NYC June 6 that the mayor took a Family In liquid or tablet form. At
Reginald Johnson Other relatives firm stand. drug stores everywhere.Adv.THE .

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:land call Mr. Marvin, HI 4-6133 And ask for JOEY CLEMENTS from $75.00 and up, 'on terms as low as $2.00 down
or 271-2041, Greater Miami and $2.00 per month' on each lot. For rich and poor

Realty. DIRECTOR OF COLORED DIVISION alike. Prices on 5&10 acre plots on request. All the

for barer shop 15x20., liquor Good store, to churches, stores, bus service, factories and

laundermat light factory. Reasonable 2 Civil Criminal Domestic Business & Personal post office. Records show that thousands of people
small down
entrances 7th Ave. and 6th Ct. located in more than 40 states purchased lots at his
,Call owner, NE 4-1129. -' STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL developments in New Jersey. The American Legion

UTILITY TRAILER metal. As members also invested $20,000.00 in lots for future
Is, $35. '56 Chev. V8, radio. $325 homes. For more information write main 'offices N.
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25, Pa. Phone GA 51103.I .
near school and buses. Lowdown CORPORATION I Free trip from Philadelphia to location of
payment. Open Sunday Property by Appointment
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PAGGE 14 SATURDAY JUNE 22, 1963 Phil Ossofor Says . I I VETERAN'S CORNER

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JI LL I' I' I I I L .. jT IT..IT..UJTJTJI''T .ITJr..IYJT T'\1': ll'JT..IT'IJI..ITo-II:"
As I study the Scriptures, 4
: ; from which truth shines out .This column Is prepared QUIZ CORNERQ.
Key: WeSt America's brightly through the maze of weekly at the VA Office, 084 W. I am eligible for War Orphans
Southernmost City literal contradictions, I pauseat Flagler St., Miami for Informa- Training but want to get
" times to analyze apparent tion of veterans in this area. married this summer. Will that
I Iy FRANCES E. PALMER paradoxes.For keep me from getting the training -
instance, Jesus said, STUDENT LOAN PROGRAMAt \ ?
- - - - --- -- ------- --- - - - - - - .
IIThe . the flesh profiteth noth- Miami VA Office, we have A. No. Marriage does not affect
Regular Deluxe Club was in the city for a few days ing . (John 6:30): ) In I Corinthians inquiries from time to time on eligibility for training under -
met at the home of Mrs. Rosalie last week visiting her mother, 3:16: I found that man the National Defense Student the War Orphans Educational -
Fisher, 702 Whitehead St. Mrs. Cleora Lopez of 820 Windsor is the temple of God in which Loan Program. A fund has been program.
with the Lane.. God's spirit dwells. At first I
Meeting was opened Jack was confused. How could the created from which needy undergraduates .+. .+.. . . . . . . . ..4
president, Mrs. Florence and graduates
son, presiding. After the regu- Mrs. Grace Stubbs left the temple of God (the flesh) be of I may borrow on reasonable terms WARNER HINES
lar routine of business, Mrs. no profit? for the of completingtheir
city for a business trip in Mi- I then recalled other words:
honored with a
Jackson was ami. higher education. Informa Painting 'Contractor
birthday cake and received of Jesus. "God is a spirit: and tion on this program should be
many beautiful gifts from the they that worship Him must obtained from the appropriate
members of the club. Mrs. Knights of Pythias worship" Him in spirit and in official of the college the stu-
John 4:25.
truth. :
Jackson her -
is platts
dent attending or
thanks to the members for If God Is asplritand 1 If
And of Calanthe attend.
their lovely gifts. we are created in His image,
then that spirit within us is ON TARGET F .
,CourtRose what really counts. The corruptible -
Archibald A. Finder Jr. of flesh which houses the Target date for occupancy
Miami is in the city spendinghis of Sharon Lodge No. 22, incorrouptlble spirit for a time Dade County's new Federal i
vacation visiting; his 'grandmother Sir Henry Smith, chancellor, must eventually die and disin Building downtown across .
Mrs. Rowena Pinder of will meet Saturday June 22 22; tegrate. This does not destroythe from the courthouse is Janu-
210 Olivia St. and family. Rose of Sharon Court No. 23, spirit, which continues on ary, 1964. We hear that progresson
Mrs. Mallisia Harris, counsellor for eternity.I this modern, 16-story addition -
meets June 24; Margaret Court liken this to a lamp, Man's to Miami's skyline is
Mrs. Paula Jackson and son No. 33, Mrs. Susie M. Hendley, body is like a lamp, and God's right on schedule. Looking even Licensed/ and InsuredBy
left the city for Washington, counsellor, meets June 24; Lilyof latent ima'ge' within him is like further ahead, the target date City and County
D.C. where she will visit her
for moving into the new 800-
Court No. 58, Mrs. the light. The physical lampcan
in laws. She is the of Valley Service FR 9.8685
daughter Sarah D. Belle, counsellor, meets be destroyed but God's bed VA Hospital will be aroundthe
Mrs. Mary Roberts. June 27; Artis Parks Court No. light, once lit, can never go end of 19G5 or the first of FREE ESTIMATESIndf
59 Mrs. Cornelia C. Glenn chan' 19GO.
Birthday Greetings to Freda cellor, meet June 27; ,Sheba out.Jesus was a spiritual lamplighter . . . . . . . . . . . .

Saunders, who celebrated another Tent No.3, Princess Sarah D. who came to light up '
natal day June 17. Belle, 'grand empress, meets that Godlike flame within the
Miss Juliette Saunders, June 30. lamps of flesh on earth. Within
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. the lamps which His message AUTO( LIABILITY INSURANCE 1
Saunders is home for vacation Sir and Mrs. George T. Cash, penetrated, an eternal light
from Fla. A&M University.Mrs. grand officers of the Knights of shone. When these lamps of
Pythias are visiting Fernandina flesh die, the light continues to
Beash with their son, George. burn brjghtly In the many mansions $10
Winifred Sands John- We will be looking forward to in the kingdom of Heaven
son, 324 Truman Ave., has successfully their return. Don A Belle, re- beyond. DEPOSIT
_passed the National porter. The flesh profiteth nothing
Teachers Exam administered at . except to be reborn as a 2V Filed Start* Your Application
the Key West High School, Sat- Scholarship DancesAt lamp in which shines the light I Balance Weekly and
urday, May 4. Mrs. Johnson is which will some day envelopthe On L Monthly
a high school teacher at Doug- Dillard whole world, bringing the
lass school.
glorious kingdom of Heaven on
r Summer Scholarship Dances earth. Therefore while know- Inc.
Mrs. Mildred Saunders a sub. will be held at the Dillard High Ing the body will 1 become dust, Auto Liability Insurance, Agency
stitute teacher at Douglass left School Gym each Saturday we must yet purify it. Without
the city recently for Richmond, night. cleansing the lamp of our bod- MIAMI OFFICE: 799 N.W. 54th ST.
Va. where she will attend Virginia The proceeds from these ies (our rebirth in Christ) the
Union University for the dances will be used to awarda light will not shine forth. Re- FORT LAU.DERDALE: 929 W. BROWARD BLVD.
summer term. scholarship to a deserving boyor maining unclean, man's body,
r girl to attend the Browar like any lamp which receives. Open Moiiilay County Jr. College.On and gives forth no light, is In *., Wo t.. ThinH > Nat. ** -
Mrs. Mercedes Wildgoose, a Tuesday nights at Attucks truth lifeless matter, and pro- toe !'* > > ill
teacher at Douglass, is attending High, Danla, a teenage show fiteth nothing.
Fla. A&M University for the will be presented to aid the
summer. Band Fund. -

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Ann are visiting her husbandand '.
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SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1963 PAGE '15BethuneCookman

_____ .. ,.... ,. , .. Announces
_................... :7 -- .......--- ...a-..- --'" JL-.LJL.tx.

. p'rOmoted to assistant superintendent .,

_ Retiring Teachers Honored under the Rev.. Edwarc Calendar
-- -------
... T. Graham and has served Ir
The Dade County School her early training in the public the capacity ever sihee. Dr. W. A. McMillan, dean of August 6 Senior grades
Board held special ceremonies schools of Houston County. Bethune-Cookman College and due in registrar's office at 0

on June 12 at 3 p.m. In the She attended Mary Allen Semi- director of the Summer Session a.m.

school board auditorium, Llnd- nary at Crockett, Texas and Mary Lou Nixon born and announced the Calendar of August 7 Faculty meetingin
sey Hopkins Building to honor the following year entered attended PraIrie reared in Atlanta, Ga., receIved Events for the summer as follows the chapel at 4 p.m. (Divi-
117 employees of the board who View Normal. She her education at Morris : June 0-14 New Home- sion of Social Science).
are retiring this 7ear. Prairie View four years, receiving Brown and Clark Colleges. She maker of America Conference.June .
Among the retirees were four a diploma for comple attended Bethune Cook August 9 Final examina-
Negro teachers. They were tion of the four-year normal man College Summer Sessions 15 Summer PrePlanning tions durtlng regular class hours.
Lee Eta Thomas, lona J. Cook, course, Conference chapel.
Estelle B. Jones Josie W. nob@t'ts Her first year's' work as a and received her masters degree June 17 0 to 12 and 1:30: to 5p.m. August 10 10 a.m. summer
In education from Columbia -
and :Mary Lou Nlxoti.j1attv teacher Was done!! at Holland's Registration library. baccalaureate and commence-
A tit t Texa: s and the Quarters, Carthage1, PattOltt University. June 17-21 Principals' and ment exercises 12 noon Final
ioth daughter pf Rev., and Mfs' County Tek: s. After coming to Miami, she Supervisors' Leadership Con. grades due in the registrar'soffice

,Jdserih W. Roberts, Josie is a Her husband, being a prominent Joined the. Phyllis Wheatley 'erence. 10-17 Ninth annual
graduate of Talladega College.+. Baptist minister, caused Elementary School faculty and June 18 Classes meet late Leadership August Conference- FSTA.
Josie has studied extensively then to travel extensively* has taught there for the past registration begins, assembly in
since Talladega. Some' of The couple came to Delfay 20 She was a Girl Scout 4-8 Faculty
leaving in years. White Hall at 11:30: a.m. (assemblies September -
his! studied are: Beach and her first position Leader of Troop 51 for 15 years. are held Tuesday Thurs- Pre-Planning Conference.
Chicago Musical College, .Amgrt'j Florida was Ih Boyhton. She She is a member of the National day at 11:30 n.m.. September 8-13 Freshmen
can ..Conservatory 'hemple .Uni.ersltY only taught there for six weeks. Sorority: of Phi Delta Kappa June 22 Last Day for regstration Week.
; JUlliard Institute,, when Sup1 Charles FlsOer Wiry .1. and holds the office of first and change of program September 12.13 Registration -
Teachers, College, Columbia: :Uri: !, ed hert to .take ,A position at ,' basileUs. a member of the Federated of Freshmen and New Students -
iVersity for three summers and OJ OJus she served for. I Women's Clubs and an July 4 Independence Day .
she was a recipient of the nine years. She then transferred active .memUor of the GreaterMt. Holiday. General
Rosenwald Scholarship for to Miami Phyllis Wheat. Tabor Baptist Church. September 10-17 -
study at Oberlin Conservatory.Her ley Elementary with Mrs. July 12 Mid-term examination registration.
teaching career startedIn Grace Albert as principal. Here The Dade County Teachers ((8 weeks courses). September 18 Classes be-
Augusta Ga. at Haines In- she spent the most profitableand Association wish for these July M-17 Parent Teachers gin. Late registration begins.
s.titute. Later she taught at happy years of her teach- members a long happy life to Association workshop.
state college in ing cereer. enjoy for the fruits of their September 28 Last day for
rahg ,
S. C. She served as music burr.1 In 1917 she received her B.S. labor. May they forever be remembered July 10 Faculty meetingIn registration and change' of pro-
er at )Bethune Cooknian degree from Bethune Cookman for their contributions the chapel at 4 p.m (DIvision gram.
Shb traveled College. in the field of education. of Social Science).
lege with
Music over the Eastern many She has served untiringty in Well done thou good and faith August 1-3 Board of Mis-
States. groups While at Bethune her many church and civic capacities ful servants. May the future be sions. CONTINUOUS SERVICE
in Miami as bright as the morning star.
group sang at the White House SINCR 1048
.Graduating Senior -
We bid fond August .
you very very
for the late President and Mrs. examinations.'
adieU. PL 1.3604
Roosevelt. Mrs. Estelle B. Jones a"grad
After leaving tiethune, she uate of Benedict College,' Columbia

had experience in the CommonWealth S. C., Florida A&M International 'YM'Opens Dugie's Guest HouseThe 1fftv Unu
of Pennsylvania. College and Hampton Institute,
In 1948 she began her teach- she has the masters degree and house of clean room _
ing career In Dade County public has done graduate work at Co- SundayThe Open 24 hour NE 4.3851 saw.
schools. Her career consists lumbia University, N. Y. City
of 54 year in the teaching pro Seeing is BelievingSee
College, Syracuse Universityand Board of Directors of the
fession. Indiana University. Young Men's Christian Associa- u* for clean room
Mrs. Roberts is active in Her career as a teacher be- tion of Greater Miami and the Jamaica Dugie, always a

many choir groups, civic and ;an in 1918 at Delray. She later Board of Management; of the In. friends We plan, guide and aJrise
other organizations.Mrs. taught in West Palm Beach, ternational Branch request the 2941 NW 47th St., Miami
in Marlon County in Gainesville honor of your presence at the Finest Quality Building
and Dunellon where she served Dedication Ceremony of the
of. Lee Florida Etta received Thomas train-a native as principal of Dunellon High International Branch, Sunday HOMES
for five June 23 at 3:30: P
years. afternoonl
Florida Normal and Memorial
ing at
In 1942 she came to Miami to o'clock, 2225 SW 8th St. ADDITIONS
College and Florida A
visit her sister, Miss Jeanette ALTERATIONS
and M University. .
A Bellamy and decided to re- A
She has taught in the public main. "" NoticeThe FINANCING
schools) of Dade County for 36 Special N HANK
She the
was employed by
She began her Dade
years.teaching career at Booker T. Dade school board to teach the members of John Griffin C1f L t f] 7aor
Washington In the elementary sixth grade at the Allapattah Post No. 165 (the American OSERVICEWilliam
school under Mrs. Lillie C. Elementary School. She has Legion and auxiliary) will wor- oaaQ(! (
Evans. When Mrs. Evans wentto also worked at Dorsey High I ship at Greater Bethel AME Pinder, Sr.
Dunbar Elementary, she School and Miami Northwestern Church, June 30 during the 11 Professional Piano Tuner General Building Contractor
Senior of the Missionary
High. a.m. services guests
went into the Junior high
school at BTW. In 1944 she In 1912 she joined Mt. Zion Department. And Licensed Insured

transferred to Phyllis Wheat- Zion Baptist Church under the Robert L. Clark, Post Com- 1935 N.W. 153rd St. 888 N.E. 79th Street
leadership of Rev. J. R. Evans.
ley under Mrs. Grace AlWcrt. mander Mrs. Mamie Montgomery Opa-locka
She has also served on the She served as a teacher of the ; Phone MU 8.3770

supervisory board to Superin- Sunday School and was later Auxiliary president.JACK'S 1. -
tendent Joe Hall. She served I 1
for eight-year-sns treasurer of i I

the Dade County Teachers Association I Lincoln Fields Apartments
''Chaplain. and has also served as MEN'S WEAR

She is the wife of the minister -I 2045 N.W. 62nd Street
944 NW 2nd Avenue
of Mt. Sinai Baptist Church.
:She serves now as Youth supervisor .
of her church. She is an Exclusive Men' Wear, from the top of your head to
ardent church worker and holds Enjoy Living in Our Cool, Clean Apartment
many offices in the Fla. East the tip of your toe including Offering Many Feature

Coast Baptist Association.Mrs. Hat Shoe Shirt -'Suit Trousers Cap of
Iona Style and quality at popular price
J. Cook is a native Refrigerator Gas Stor
of Texas and the only child of BE SURE TO ''COME AND SEE US Tile! Bathroom
Mr. and Mrs. James Jones of Newly painted Venetian Blind

Lovelady, Texas. She received Washing Machines Laundry Room

I ii a Free Parking Auto hot water heats

Filtered waterCARETAKERS
years experience Free Garbage Disposal
He a success In 1.8381
life. Have a ON PREMISES
estimate ,.
%happy home, get We do' not give free e.tlmatea-Hone.t
tthe positionyou require work. Our prices are lower than other doing -. .
; want, get comparable good work. We repair, ell and rent

ont of the rut TV' radio, hi-fi' Our work guaranteed. Free de. Weekly Rate
Iby the help of

God. Let my livery. bedroom $18.50 2 bedroom Apt.
;years of expert1ence JOSEPH SCOTT $14.50

help yon AUTHORIZED FACTORY TV REPAIR &; SALES Renting Office open every day Phone OX 1-8S4S2
'In business and
PL 1.8381
NW 62nd Street
In work, in ----- -
Your psychic and friends for 30
years. Closed all day Wed. and 1
will be at the biff home, 5417 -
8.\V. 17th St., Hollywood, Fla. HELP WANTED 9
Healing meeting every Wednesday SthooTo f r ea4t y--



1657 NW 73rd St. high school in HIGH FASHION HAIR STYLING
Boy and girl, neat appearance, any CULTURE A VOCATION OF HAPPINESS
Miami, Fla. Need 10 from each chool. Report
Sunday IfeSO to 2 p.m. Office Dade County. AND INDEPENDENCE

hours dally 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday morning 10 a.m. to 815 NW 48th Street. Phone FR 4-9998
Licensed state and county Florida
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PAGE 16 SATURDAY JUNE 22, 1963or
Roosevelt Savings & loan Association

attractive room for special Another instance occurred in

Set for lulu 4th Grand Opening.. tions functions.' Accessible, Roosevelt's from main two entrance direc- the young at In Negro Roosevelt of the Kenneth who course will Savings of Williams be preparing headteller and-

will be on NW 7th Ave. A sec
(continued from page 1)) funeral director Athalle Range, the larger and older savings ond entry will be at the rear of ment' him enlisted for the the job cooperationof manage-
building contractor Lyle Roberts and loan companies. the building, adjacent to a spa-
Integration in response to President orthopedic surgeon and Interior will be attractively cious parking lot. a, savings
and loan train
to Wll
Kennedy's recent plea to physician Dr. W. Stanley bright with a color scheme of The story of Roosevelt Sav- Hams for company a week two in details -
all businessmen to work together Weinkle, and attorney LeonardE. turquoise and yellow, combined ings & Loan is not only inspiring of the operation"or .
toward that end. Trelster. with the warm walnut finish of in itself but might well
Other officers of the Associa- panels, partitions and furnish- serve as model for securing Executives of that establishment -
3 YEARS IN MAKINGThe tion are Executive Vice Presi- ings. They were designed bv peaceful, sensible legal integra- were so impressed with
Roosevelt story begins dent Paul Forand, veteran savings architect Kenneth Treister, AIA tion everywhere. Several unex- Williams' ability that they expressed -
almost three years ago, here In and loan executive and who also was in charge of struc- pected benefits on the side of in- Interest in hiring Ne-
Dade County, when a small bi- Roslyn Orr, assistant secretary. tural alterations. tegration have come to light groes themselves somethingthey
racial of businessmen, since the first formulatedits had not done before.
group What magic was used to blend There will be nine teller win. board
lawyers and other professionals such a widely diversified groupof dows, an officers' platform, plans. Executives of Roosevelt Sav-
voluntarily met to discuss an talents and interests into an large conference room, spacious For example, legal I counselfor ings and Loan Association are
economic problem which also integrated, smoothfunctioningbusiness main vault, an area for the the savings and loan company hoping now that these and
contained seeds of the moral organization? Appraisal Department, and one .(Miami law firm of Orr & similar innovations will con-
Issue now being stressed by thenation's Elmer A. Ward, Roosevelt to house the bookkeeping and Kaplan) recently added a Ne- tinue to come about naturally as
leaders.As president, speaks for the entire accounting department. gro attorney to its staff, thus the result of the firm's pioneer
the first step toward halt- board when he says: "We're Perhaps of most Importance becoming the first integratedlaw stand in implementing the progress
ing the discriminatory methods single-minded altout one thing to' the immediate neighborhood firm In the country southof of desegregation in the
will be the large Community Washington, D. C. South
widely employed by many home only there's been so m u c h
financing organizations, the abuse in the practice of home Room. It will accommodate up.
handful of men proposed to set I loans to Negroes that we all believe to 200 persons and will be available
up a savings and loan institu- I a savings and loan com free, to all local clubs, organizations ALCO AIR CONDITIONINGAND
tion of integrated structure to pany practicing fairly and competitively and other groups
serve the Negro and White com with other established desiring a regular meeting place HEATING I
munity alike, providing all with and reputable firms one tee
equal opportunity to e n J o y founded and run by an integrated
DIVISION OF U.8. Call WI 5-5927 Sat. and Sun.
home ownership at reasonable group of respected busI-- ;' .
mortgage rates. At the same nessmen will be bound to WAIIEIIDUSIBGrand
For Free Estimates
time the firm would "
new pro-- prosper. Central
vide savings facilities for all. KEEP COOL THIS SUMMERLet
By early 1961 the group filed Dr. Ward cited a con- us air condition your home
application with the State of ducted by the Bureau survey of Economic SalesCLEARANCE For as little a. $2.39 a week
Florida to establish: the savingsand
Research of the Univer-
loan association. The Comp sity of Miami In which Florida HOUSE FINESTFURNITURE FOR NO MONEY DOWN NO MONEY DOWN
troller of the State of Florida, in
first In the South and
an required effort that to protect the association depositors ob-, fourth In the nation in growthof 45 FRENCH 15: Italian 10

tain insurance of its savers accounts its Negro population. Duncan Phyfe dining rooms,
by an agency of the Fed- "This survey," he states, exquisite matching bedrooms,
eral Government. "made/ us all recognize the need new values! to $1,000, sacrifice
for an organization such as $285, if perfect $385: unusual JET TV CLINICHOME
FIRST IN SOUTH ours._ Judging from the responseof suites! to $585 gorgeous! odd
Finally, in April of the, pres-- the community, our company andrnd '""rompleto''$1211.
ent year, all conditions and requirements \is the long-awaited answer to I $1,205, FRENCH and ,Italian SERVICE CALLS $1.00
having been met an old -problem.In sectionals, exquisite sofas, gorgeous
and fulfilled, the State of Florida chairs, recliners, oocaslonnl -
became the first Southern addition to offering home '.jf>Ieccs,. marble .tables, curIo Day or NightWe
state in the nation to approve a loans to Negro and White cus- cabinets, odd chinas,dressers.
racially integrated institution of tomers alike at the going ratea desks, brenkfronts l, chests, will Service All Makes of
this type. Florida granted the rate that management esti- be sacrificed<< today, wo deliver. HI-FI's and STEREOS'
long-awaited charter to the mates will permit home financ- COMPLETE\ selections of Early
group which by now had grownto ing at moderate cost the new American ,sectionals: sofas,
its present total of 12 of savings and loan associationwill chairs| recliners, rockers! occaslonal We Also Rent
whom seven are white and five also: function as a savings pieces, $60 Gorgeous TV by the week Month
are Negro. Institution in a threeprongedprogram bedrooms! and dining rooms i or
that Includes: American and rock maple, sacrifice
Chairman of the Board of DIrectors 1)) encouraging thrift to the $165, if perfect $205. Odd 907 N.W. 2nd AVENUEPhone
and one of the original Negro community with a posi- dressers! chests, desks! chinas
group of nine is John B. Orr, tive and far-reaching educational cheaper for cash, credit if you
Jr., prominent Dade attorneyand program; 2)) providing oppor wish. FR 4.2044
former State Representative tunity for home ownership 75: EXQUISITE ultra modern
long known as a Southern which should contribute sig- (sectionals! sofas, 25, Castro
pioneer in the elimination of racial nificantly to elimination of type convertibles, to $095, sac
discrimination.Other slum areas In Dade County and rifice $185' each. If perfect $235,
officers are: President, 3)) providing economic oppor- other exquisite styles to $195,
Elmer A. Ward, retired drug- tunity for Negroes In a field odd<< and end styles $65. SPECIALS!
gist and businessman; vice president hitherto closed to them that $8D5 MASTER bedrooms lovely
> Irving Kipnis, real estate of finance ,- in which they can matching dining rooms, ultra
.,and hotel executive; vice president now,, for the first time, be em- modern and new Danish styles, We have the largest selection of home in Liberty
\ Garth C. Reeves, managing ployed in executive capacity. sacrifice, $IM each, if perfesct City, Manor Park and Opa-locka. Call us today. .;.. t .
$285 ,fine quality odd and end
editor and business manager The firm will
,' occupy spacious suites, $125. complete. Odd dressers -:. j
; of The Miami Times; secreTary .
headquarters on the ground- 'i;,
chests chinas desks y.. ,
; Dana Dorsey Chapman, I floor of the Roosevelt Savingsand .
real estate executive and mem- Loan Building at 60th St. cheaper for cash. r -Coconut'Grove: : Special Brand new home. ,*

'ber of a prominent local family and NW '7th Ave., overall space PUBLIC SALE ENTRANCE I K*'3070 Elizabeth Ave., Large lot. $1,000 down
twhose; name is perpetuated in measuring' roughly 5,000 square
'park and library; treasurer, favorably in size with many of Open to 6:30 Large 4-bedroom CBS home. Living room, dining
:Herbert Wallach, partner In
!fWallach and Casselhoft, account. 2 room, large kitchen, hardwood lIoon.3lnvea'tors .

.,,lnig Additional. firm. members of the I t special. Total price $3,300 cash

]Board are: Insurance executive NOW RENTING 2420 NW 55th Terrace. 2-bedroom house on large.
t Frank M. Buchanan, special injyestlgator lot.
Charles R. Hadle>,
r' .. 4-3079 NW 55th Street $500 down
,p Motel HannahMODERN 3-bedroom, 2 bath CBS home, "2 years old.
'. WAREHOUSEGrand 5-Your choice of these. $200 down. Move right in

t Central NEW BUILDINGS A. 2959 NW 57th St.-Ncwly/paanted in and out

Freight Furniture B. 3154 NW 57th St. No qualifyingC.

:, Sales 631-45 N. W. 32nd St. 5729 NW 31t Ave.

CLEARING HOUSE FOR We have many duplexes and income properties.

AMERICA'S FINEST if$01-1603 NW 47th St. Nice CBS building $800 Dn.

FURNITURECOMPLETE Midway between Miami and Liberty 1851-1853 NW 42nd St. 2-bedrooms each side
; selection of Danish \ $400 down
odd chain, 2 for $30,
rockers furniture,' sectionals, sofas, loung.* CITY 1320 NW 60th St. 4 unit building. Good income.

t 8 $30, finest American made, $8,000 down
wish.cheaper? for cash, credit If you Rooms Completely Furnished 780 NW 55th St. 4 unit building. Will sacrifice

.'-'CARLOAD of very expeus'Tt'' $1,500 down
:dinette sets, ,3, 5,' 7, 9 .piece,
Styles.' Will be'ofl re4 at !great Lights and Water Included 1121 NW 47th St. 1-bedroom apartment $13 week :
''sacrifice.; Our motto: 'Cheaper'for
cash, credit if you wish, .. DaY week or overnight rooms ', g =agiasiggtftftfatfS! gg -
$110 TILTBACK Open Saturday and Sunday ,
(couches, (sleep 2), sacrifice $55, A*
,Jf perfect $65: you haul $45, INFORMATION ON PREMISES I t :,\ Open evenings 'til 8 p.m.
cheaper for cash credit, if yon

;'$89.s6 w'sh.: FAMOUS orthopedic. ,ma. . I Phone 635-4643 ."> Ford Realty Inc.

'tresses," sacrifice $35: if p ee1rs' ,
haul $30.
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SALE ENTRANCE .: LOVETT HUTCHESON, Manager 569 N.W. 54th Street PL 7-2559
6 JH.W.: 7th Ave...., v. ."t ... .."i' . #! .- ;! .... ," '_ .. '. ,"

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