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Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: June 29, 1963
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
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"""""' '"' The Times are Changed and we are Changed With Them .?w

40th YEAR No. 45 MIAMI FLORIDA, SATURDAY/U_ /-_JUNE- 29, 1963 jGK 10 CENTS

Sen. Goldwater Offers Amendment To Byron Be fth.. H ; '


Kennedy Rights LegislationWould For Evers"MtwdiJ ;

Regarded by some Republicans Kennedy's legislative proposals A 42-year-old ex-Marine, Byron -' e presented to' th0'
Deny BenefitsTo as a possible presidential except the desegregation of de la Beckwlth, was bound grand jury j **1 '!j ,
opponent of President Kennedy privately owned businesses. over to a grand Jury without .tw'
UnionsSen. in 1964, Goldwater said he will bond on murder charges TUee- Sp&ticer) said that while
support most of the proposals Goldwater said, "So far as Tuesday In Jackson, Miss., In do.. not decide the guilt or Innocence -',
Barry Goldwater, Arizona made in a bill offered by Sen- I am concerned, that section is the murder of Medgar Evers. at. this!} preliminary
Republican, said Thursdayhe ate Republican leader Everett out, period. I don't think the Municipal Court Judge James hearing ? It.; is my I opinion1;
intends to offer an amend Dirksen of Illinonis and Senate federal government has any L. Spencer commented after that the defendant should" be-,
ment to President Kennedy's Democratic leader Mike Mans right to go into every main the two-hour hearing: "There Is bound over without bajl.,
civil rights legislation that field of Montana. street store and tell the owner no doubt that the evidence pre After hearing testimony that
would deny National Labor Re This bill embraces all of Mr. how he shall run it." sented In this preliminary hear- the right Index''! finger-print of
lations Board and other bene- Segregationist IJeckwlth was
fits to unions which practice identical to one found on a ,

discrimination."I am not at. all surprised thata' 2 Youths Drown in Separate MishapsNathaniel Evers rifle ,apparently Spencer {jnado used the to ruling kill

provision of this sort was Beckwlth pleaded Innocent,
left of Mr. Kennedy's civil
out -
the murder charge.
rights package program. Lonon, 15 fell ina was listed as accidental drown- side of the pool. Joseph Rigby, to ,
"I don't think the administra canal and drowned fast Fri- ing.Clinton another swimmer had pulled
tlon will support the amend- day morning while trying to Tyler Jr. of Ocala I I him from the bottom.
ment in a showdown but I am stretch a trot-line for fish. was pronounced dead on arrivalat

going to give its supporters a The youth was on the canal: Jackson Memorial Hospital. The life-guard on duty, Theo '
chance to go, on record." with two friends, Luke Owens, The boy and his brother, Bernard dore Burroughs, of 1338 NW -
,4 A spokesman for the Labor 22, and Sam Whimbley, 29, I 10, had been vacationingwith 4th Ave., ran from his! chairon
Department, asked how the when he slipped into the water. their grandmother, Mrs. and the opposite side of the pool _
..government could take action Lonon could not swim, and Jane Hopkins, 258 NW 11th St. gave. boy artificial respiration -
'''against unions which discriminate weighed 200 pounds. The three Miami Homicide Detective A. J.
said apprenticeship program fishermen from Truman McLaughlin said that they wentto
often have to be certified the pool together.
City. The canal is at NW 107th
by government
Ave and 25th St.
when discrimination Is found Clinton went In to swim,
while Bernard walked back to I
the government can and has DROWNS IN DIXIE POOL KILLING
denied certification his grandmother for an extra
A 12-year-old boy died Mon- nickel for the locker fee. I
day afternoon while swimmingin When Bernard returned he I HAROLDSANFORD f7 ttr
Dixie Park Pool. His death saw his brother lying at the

A Dade Circuit Court Jury,
after deliberating for almost
four hours Wednesday night,
Despondent Dad Shoots found Eugene/ A. Parks guilty
of first degree murder in the

i 7y lr'j1' d W'qr 3 Year Old Daughter I Floyd March Sanford 13 slaying, a trick of driver.Harold I

A three-year-old was shot Mrs. Lucille Brooks, 10401 SW The Jury however, after coming $4,000 ScholarshipGeorge
and critically wounded by her 183rd St. to see his family.' in twice for Instruction,
father who took her to a hospital recommended mercy, which Freeman Battle, son .
where he surrendered His wife had gone to work, will keep Parks from the elec- of Mr. and Mrs. Jubble Battle,
himself Monday, police said. :and Tuff argued with Mrs. tric chair. lIe will be sentencedon who reside at 14541 Polk St.
Brooks who told him, "You've July 12.ASRistnnt. Richmond Heights receivedthe
The girl, Lucinda, was In been drinking. Come back WMBM 1003: Scholarship
serious condition at Kendall when you're sober" State Tttorneys Roy award. A graduate of George w.
Hospital, Deputy Sheriff Paul Lee Jones and Al Sepe told the Carver High School and valedictorian -
1 Higgs said Samuel Tuff, 41, was Tuff went to his car, got a Jury that Parks shot Sanford of his class, he plansto
ordered held on a charge of .38 revolver and fired five shots in a filling station at IDtf S. attend either Howard University -
m aggravated assault with Intentto Into the house, one striking the Dixie Hlkhway. They said he University of Floridaor
. murder. baby, Higgs said Mrs. Freddie went there to rob the station I University of Miami. Ills am-
.c Burke, 32, a visitor of 10100 for money to buy wine. bition is to become an engineeror
The, officer said that Tuff, mathematician. George-h a a'
apparently despondent about SW 183rd St., was cut above On the stand Parks admitted performed butstandlngly well '..
i.):...- his wife, Lucille, leaving him, the right eye by a ricocheting shooting ,Sanford, but, break- aft a student. Among his many fi.:
went to the home of a relative, bullet or falling plaster. Ing down in tears, he told the achievements he made a selec= '
OPALOCKAYOUTH Jury the .22 caliber gun discharged tlon score of 05: on the National
I I i accidentally while he Merit Scholarship Test; scores;
SHRINER and Sanford wresteled outside at the 00th percentile in rea-
NOMINEE Roosevelt Saving and Loan To I the station. Continued on page 8

Announcement was made Open July 4th With Gala CelebrationA I
last week that Lewis Horace I Jaycees? OnJjThe Battle Front
Bland was selected as a candi- Commission
gala Fouth of July cele- of the Dade County -
date for the Annual Shriner 12'' Sidney Aronovitz, stand- The Jaycess "10 Most Outstanding few hours after Tennessee
bration starting promptly at ,
Scholarship Award. The award Ing in for Mayor High, George I Young Men of 1062" Governor Frank Clement made
winner will be named during noon Thursday, (July 4)) will Roller, deputy comptroller of are socking to present strong the keynote nddress, advisingthe
the week of the Shriners Con- mark the official opening of the State of Florida, ; Garth C. civil rights program before 7,000 .J ayrees to "be a decision
vention held in Miami this year Roosevelt Savings and Loan Reeves, Roosevelt vice-presi-- the Jaycees National Conven- maker in your business
beginning August 17. Association, first state-charter dent, and Mrs. Bertha Sharpe tion this week in Louisville, or profession as soon as you
ed integrated Institution in the Jackson, who will sing two Ky. can. "
Lewis, the son of Mr. and I South. The public is invited to solos. '
Mrs. Horace Bland of Opa- attend the ceremonies which Their proposal was addressedto "There arc still too many
from North I Also on hand will be several Douglas Blankenship of Col Americans of
locka, graduated I will take place at Roosevelt'sheadquarters young non-
Dade High School this year at 6015 NW 7th other civic leaders, and celebrities lege Park, Ga., the national status seeking category whose
after compiling a covted high ,I Ave., Miami. of the entertainment world. president, and was disclosed a greatest decision Is whether to
r school record that Included a Two big prize-winning Flori- punch No. 2 or No. 14 on a juke
number of honors and awards. Scheduled festivities Include da bands the Goldcoasters box, he added. r
I presentation of the Flag by the and the Vanguards (Greater MIami 12-man board of directors, all \ j'.
His prize winning: accomplishments I first all-girl Color Guard in the Boys Drum and Bugle of whom will participate equally The program of the. petiti-
include: Full four nation, part of the Florida Corp.) will furnish continuous with white members in active oner called for:
'year scholarship to attend Goldcoasters Band. rousing musical accompaniment. -
management of the
{:Howard University School of as- Reminding businessmen{ that
music. Offered scholarship to The flag dedication will We by sociation. They are: President racial discrimination is Incompatible -
attend Morehouse College. Received Emory Gibson, 5th district Free refreshments and free Ward; Vice President Reeves; with a 'frte enterprise.
will be given to all attending Secretary Dana Dorsey Chap
Award chaplain of the Veterans of prizes system.
Best Slogan given ,
Foreign Wars. Dr. Elmer A.Ward the fete. man, and members Charles R.
General Motors Co. Nominated
by Award Roosevelt president, will Hadley and Athalie Range. Urging' employers to hire,
for the the Top Miami Teen Herald officiate at the ribbon cutting. The patriotic holiday opening, As the only women on the train and promote on the basisof
sponsored by for which the association secur hoard both Mrs. Chapman and merit,, without regard to
and many more. Others invited to participatein ed special permission, was selected Mrs. Range are expected to assure race or color.Impressing .
Lewis plans to study musicat the program are Bishop as a particularly appropriate added duties involving
college. He is currently Coleman Carroll!, to give the Invocation date for the trailblazing special counseling for women businessmen that
under the direction of and Father Theodore Integrated institution that customers who ail too often are refusal to serve pa eons because
studying director of music Gibson for the benediction. includes both Negroes'and uninformed about home owner of race perpetuates the
James,: North McCall Dade school. Whites on Its Board of Direc- ship. exclusion of Negroes from the
at. John B. Orr, Jr., Roosevelt's tors and Its staff, and will serve American way of life. 4 '
Lewis collects paper-book chairman of the board will emcee Nogro and White alike. Completing the list of board ', >
officers and members above- Encouraging businessmen 'to
hlabusiness other distin- are
hobby. Operates
':novels' as a during the sumjmer guished guests and speakers, Five prominent Dade Coun- mentioned Chairman Orr; Vice assure, Negroes a free ;'choice" ,
:own, ,,months house painting. including Joe Boyd, chairman ty Negroes are on Roosevelt's Continued on page 16 in the housing market. r,



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': 7 whites, 5 Negroes. Above top row (I I. to r.) Board ; Chairman of the Board John B. Orr Jr., attor- .
members Attorney Leonard E. Treister, building conney and former State Representative; Athalie .
;. tractor Lyle Roberts, Dr. W. Stanley Weinble, phyRange, funeral director; and insurance executive I,
sician and special investigator Charles R. Hadley. Frank M. Buchanan.

.,I,; !. Paul Forand veteran savings and loan executive
Not hand
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: is special officer of the association standing next to
Board Vice-President Garth Reeves, managing editor Roosevelt officers, Vice-President Irving Kipnis real .'"
of the Miami Times. Seated (l I. to r.) are Board estate and hotel executive; and Treasurer Herbert .'
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First U of F Negro-! Law Grad Joins Integrated Firm I I SATURDAY THE JUNE MIAMI 29 TIMES, 1963 MIAMI, FLA. PACE 3Schenley

Only One South of "No says Allen. He adds, ative," says Allen. "But I never
"Frankly, though, I don't believe knew him personally. Then a
thought I was a Ne friend at law school applied for Names Powell .
Washington, D.C.At gro until I showed up to register a job with Mr. Orr only to I
!" be told that the firm's next

twenty-seven, George Al- member would be a Negro. WellI Ad
Allen continued his studies Assistant ManagerNEW
len has come farther than manya I didn't waste any time In applying
man three times his A through two successive summers and after a long Interview -
Floridian by birth Allen age.attended so that he was able to I'm happy to say I was YORK Appointmentof In reorganizing the company's
public schools and later complete the usual 3-year hired." Robert O. Powell as assistant distributor set up to promote
college, after which he Joined course In Just over two years! advertising manager of Schen- sales In the Negro market. ;'
the 2nd Lieutenant i graduating In December of Why Is Allen especially pleased ley Industries, Inc., has been
army as a
1902. Miami firm? Subsequently, Mr. Powell
and for the next year anda to be with the announced by George Baiter-
His answer packs a surprise. of served as Negro marketing con
half had exciting man, director advertising.
an careeras
Being the first Negro to blazea sultant to General Baking Co.,
special agent for Army In-; While at the University of trail for the first Integratedlaw Mr Powell will assist In the as director of advertising: for
the time
telligence. he left
By Florida, Allen was helped substantially firm In the South has noth development of advertising, the Westchester' Observer andas
the law at the
University army to of study Florida he had : by his wife, Enid, ing to do with his answer. merchandising and a national advertising repre
who worked In her professional tion programs, coordinating sentative of Johnson Publishing -
earned a promotion to 1st Lieu- "Because Mr. Orr is knpwnas
capacity as graduate nurseat with the activities of the comp
tenant. In Gainesville, he won the U, of Fla. Hospital and a great trial lawyer and any's four selling affiliates -
his law degree In record time- helped support the family with trial law Is my special Interest" Schenley Distillers Co., Melrose a.
(just over two years for a rag
her earnings. says Allen.
Distillers Co., Schenley Imports
ular three-year course) tooK
How does the attor-
his State Bar examination in ney feel now as he looks backat The law firm was recently Co. and Brandy Distillers Co.
March of this year and passedon those years In law school retained as counsel for the soon- He will advise on media selection r Z Zk Zs
his first try. Today he's a when he was the only Negro to-open first Integrated state- creative requirementsand
career attorney and member of among 12,000 white students? chartered savings and loan general marketing opera-
the Miami law firm of Orr and company In Florida Roose- tions of the various Schenley
Kaplan. In brief he's a young Allen will tell you soberly: "I velt Savings and Loan Associa- brands.. Mr. Powell will make
man with a future. had no difficulty In school. I tion, which has a Hl-raclal boardof his headquarters at the 'comp
made many friends and we directors and will cater to any's New York offices, 1290
Sounds like a routine "young.manmakesgood" never .sklrted the Issue of race an Integrated community. Avenue of the Americas.
story? It relations. The only trouble -
might well be except for one If you call It that was that Asked whether he was hired "Mr. Powell has demonstrated -
thin George Allen Is a Negro.He many well-meaning friends especially to work on the unusual ability In previous
Is, In fact the first Negro were almost too quick to Jump Roosevelt account, Allen answers advertising and marketing assignments -
graduate of the University of to my defense If they felt some : "As a member of the ," Mr. Baltermansaid.
Florida Law School as well as one had offended me. I must firm, I'm sure I'll be working "His business backgroundis
first to join an all-white law say I had plenty: of self-ap- with the client too In addi- especially applicable to Schen-
firm. To go one step further pointed bodyguards." tion to all the others. After all, ley's recognition of the great
the firm he is now associatedwith It's a firm that doesn't believeIn potential of the Negro market." '

has become, In hiring him, discrimination not even Prior to Joining the distilling
the first Integrated law firm In favor of the Negro." firm, he was general sales man.
south of Washington, D. C. ff ager of Amalgamated Publishers -
I t.' t1 ;S INTEGRATED SCHOOL Inc., national advertising
Except for the color of his FOR SONS .w-.
representative for all Negro
skin Allen might lie bright
American boy any whose Himself! an outstanding example newspapers in the United : Co. of New York and Chi

ability and determination make of how far an enterprise- States. cago.

his eventual success a foregone ing Negro may travel, even He began his business careerIn executive
conclusion. But because he Is though the main part of his 1051 as coordinator of the The new Schenley
I Is alumnus of Hofstra College -
schooling was in segregated an
a Negro and a native South. Negro: Market Department of
L. I. and the
schools Allen has certain clear. Hempstead ,
erner his story becomes a Arnold Bakers, Inc, specializing Hamilton Institute
cut Ideas about school for his Alexander ,
dramatic narrative of victoryover in new product develop-
New York. He Is member of
three sons. a
overwhelming odds. ment. In addition, he assisted
the Pipe and Bowl Fraternityof
"Up to now," he "they've
Allen himself, remarkably says
Hofstra, the National Association -
been schools bothin
at segregated
enough is a young man who is
NOT angry In Itself a markof Gainesville and Sanford. But gro, was hired and not a white for the Advancementof
distinction in these days of here In Miami I'd like to have I lawyer, brought this explanation Colored People and the National
racial tension. them in integrated schools from. : "We've always believed In
the start. I believe In makingthe hiring on the basis of ability Urban League.

His background? switch early," he adds, "to alone. And In George Allen we Mr Powell Is married to the
Says Allen "My mother is a let them get over the Initial think we've found a topnotch Jane Thompson
maid, my father has always shock as soon as possible." attorney who has the added advantage Betty
worked at farming. And you of proving somethingelse and they have a son, Eric, 0.
Which I is the only hint of we've believed In
know, he adds, "around San- any always -
ford whore I rome .from thatmeans -- _.._ nn__nn_____ feeling: of strangeness that may that Integration Is morally right I
migrant farm work." ATTY. ALLENOn have hung over young Allen and therefore can and will work Join The NAACP! ;
during his days pioneer best to the of all."
as a advantage I II II II II II
It was as a poor boy that Allen graduation from law law student at Gainesville -

grew up, attending segregated school Allen was counseled by .
public and high schools and the Dean who told the
young But if Allen himself Is
naturally enough matriculating any -
Negro his best chance for suc-
for college at Florida A cessful in law with there's certainly no
career was
and M, another segregated hall the .government.But "lasting" effect of any such (
of learning.On George Allen was reluc- shock. A more well-adjusted, I

he met and fell In I tant to get back on the govern level-headed young professional I
campus man would be hard to find,
ment payroll, having had a
love with a young girl studyingto no matter what the color of his :
sufficient taste of it in the
be a nurse. They married I skin.A ;
while still students and were i army. '

graduated in 1058. Today he and "Actually," Allen, "the query to the Miami law
his wife Enid, are parents of dean's advice says was good be firm, asking why Allen a NeAUTO -
three young sons, age 7, 8 and
cause a Negro attorney especially
9. 1 here In the South is

ARMY INTELIGENCK: neither fish nor fowl. Other a v ? y
OFFICER Negroes hesitate to go to him h +
because they feel he will not I
Fresh from Florida A & M, And a square shake In courts.
Allen, an athletic 0 footer, of course white clients us- ,
joined the Army and was assigned ually seek the services of a ,
to Army Intelligence white attorney." *

Oakland Cal, where he worked
As for large Negro law firms
special and earned
as agent
Allen that ri
promotion to 1st Lieutenant. they are non
Allen might have continued In existent here In the South. His k
own future therefore- seemedto
an Army career except for his
)long-standing Interest In political be a choice btween govern-
his ment work or going out on his
science ( major at Fla.
own the latter at ttest a risky :
A&M). It was this which i
prompted him to leave the Ar- venture for a family man.

my and apply for admission to ADMIRER OF JOHN II. ORR
the University of Florida Law
How did Allen happen to
School at Gainesville.Was Join the white law firm of Orr

there any difficulty about and Kaplan?
being accepted in the then seg-- "I'd heard of John B. Orr Jr.,
regated school? when he was a State RepresentV .

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: 4 SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1963 A public hearing on the proposal was set by Metro Former Miami
Commissioners for 2 p.m. July 16 after passing it Unanimously \ Student' Makes Gbod

on the first reading.
Miss Mary Louise Gass whoIs
The Housing Code sets standards for dwellings both the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Gass Jr., former
Howard resi-
inside and outside the cities dents of Coconut Grove, but
Miami\ officials have cited the lack of a county codeas now Delray Beach, was a recent -
in federally aided urban graduate of Carver High
possible obstacle to progress
r a School in Delray and becauseof
II. E. 8IO19MUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher renewal projects. However, county officials say that the her excellent ability, received
GAR11I O. REEVES, Managing: Editor code will be in effect in ample time for the first renewal a $250 scholarship from the
work. school. She also received a $100
THE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKThe scholarship award from Walk.
er's Commercial and Vocational
School to which she plans to
Government Research Council of the Chamber Award Winner further her education.
-of. Commerce is sponsoring a petition that would favor p? l Local friends and well wish..
three new Metro Charter Amendments. srer George Freeman Battle, re ers are pleased to know that &
They would reduce the number of commissionersfrom cipient of WMBM Scholarship product of Carver High in Miami
LhiI .Has done so well at .CarV -
13 to nine, each elected county-wide, eight would award will be interviewed by in D lrar .Miss Gass Is also
represent geographical districts, the ninth would be lect- Blanche Calloway, Sunday, June the niece of Mrs. Daniel Cunningham -
ed as mayor. 30 over radio station WMB\l. I and Mrs. John Dingleof
Commissioners salary would be increased from the 1190 on yoUr dial at 1:15: p.m. this city.

present $6,000 annually to $10,000 The mayor's salary ,

would. be $16,000 a year.
Another amendment would be changing the name of Huge Beautiful EstateCan

Dade County to Miami County.On .
Tuesday, the Metro Commission gave approvalfor be used for
circulating the petition.
Another group, the Good Government League will
:also have amendments on the ballot. This group would Church or
like to ,have the office of Sheriff and, tax assessor now 1'

appointive. , become elective positions. Magnificient S-bedroohis. Must see to appreciate.
This amendment will probably be the most contro- 100x100 foot l lot. Beautiful cathedral ceiling, beau

versial. tiful floors, 2 kitchens. Largest home in Manor Park.
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The League also want to prohibit reassessment of Beat construction. $19,900 total price.
Cynthia KnowJes is vacationing
property until 1966. from her clerical duties at $2,000 down See Sat. & Sun.
November 5th is the date set for voters to decide on
Beauty Parlor. Her AT
Charter change. two weeks stay in the Isles of 1253 NW 43rd St.
Pearls visiting relativesand
The People's Democratic Club, Cecil J. Rolle, chair- friends has been her desire Owner WI 5-9886
man, went 'before the Metro Commission on Tuesday' ask- for some time. .. .
ing that Dade County drop its Civil Service requirementsand ........-.. -- -1.
hire Negroes on a percentage of population basis
rather than on qualifications.Rolle .
claimed that the rules are unfair and that they
are killing us and making prisoners of our people.He .
presented, a petition with more than 1,000 names.
He said we want a Negro in every department of govern- H ATTENTION I
ment and we want them now.

Commissioner Joseph Boyd replied that there was
less. discrimination against Negroes in Dade County than
at any time in history.As STOP Live Downtown
a 'result"of the meeting County Manager McNayr I
asked'the, "commission to make quarterly reports on any wasting time, energy and! money on useless transportation!

person(: in the top four eligibility who fail to get county
Preferred all chosen the
jobs by by discriminatingSTOP

True it is that Negroes should have more jobs. But
to drop'' Civil Service requirement would be a backward LOOKING FOR THE IDEAL HOME-HERE IT IS

step.Ye .. tf'"oT"I' .
Editor's opinion is that Negroes must qualify and rw4"'" l' :! U'Y'" h.T\ ,',oIf.1-e:* ': ,c"':;---1'1" ii ..",
should pass the Civil Service examination the same as -

any other citizen. 573IN.W.}: 14thSTREET I

Miami made quite a try to bring at least one of the
political conventions. to Miami Beach, but was unsuccessful. '

\-The Republicans will hold their convention in the A"" ,1" : ..

Cow Palace in San Francisco, while the Democrats go to # .

Atlantic City N. J. .'".,..t' ...
Reasons 'given include the presence in 'our midst, of 4 C>'
I 100,000 Cubans who might demonstrate and embarass
President Kennedy. Also the lack of a gallery in the. con-

vention hall, and the tense racial situation. Hostess on premises Sat. and Sun. (June 29 & 30)) from 10:00 a.m. to

As far as Ye Editor knows, there is no tense racial

situation in Miami. In this respect he thinks Miami is 'as 6:00 p.m. A lovely home, completely detached 5 room house with 2
well off, if not better, than New Jersey.
Well, better luck next time.If .
you don't at first' succeed, try, ,try again. bedrooms, bath, living room, dining room, kitchen, front and rear

i This week the United District Judge John D.. Butner porches. Excellent condition, newly painted and refinished] throughout.A .
ruled that the United States has the right to file suits
against communities which aid for
accept government
federally impacted areas. cool, comfortable, dignified home, well located downtown, at .lower

The ruling was made in a case from the Eastern Dis-
trict of Virginia but could probably apply elsewhere in rental than many hot, crowded, noisy apartments. You may never again
the South where federal funds are used and Negro child- ssRz
ren are not allowed to attend schools.A be offered
such a bargain in luxurious living. Don't miss this opportunity. -

letter from the National United Church Ushers
Association of America, Inc., R. E. Harshaw Jr., national If you are just existing and not living your home can make the

president, was received this week by the .owner of the
Hampton House Motel and Villas. It expresses regret difference. You owe it to yourself to see this attractive home
that their convention is, not coming to Miami because R,.1- today.
they have no affiliation in our city. '
rent. It must be seen to be appreciated. Adults only.
,,, However, 'the writer, inquires about rates and annual '
package plans as some of them are interested in :a future
vacation. .. I _'i
The president's address is 38 Edsel Ave., Memphis 9, BONDED RENTAL AGENCY
Tenn. '
J We know there is an Ushers' Union in Miami. This
information should be interesting to them. 1163 N.W. 3rd Avenue
FR 38416PAGE.
The Dade County Minimum Housing Code got a preliminary j

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I Trail Harlem Of Globetrotters GoodwillIt Blaze :' A :

is pleasing to hear of the
swell reception our No. 1 ambas-
sador of good will is receivingon HAGAN AND FONDA 1
his mission to Europe. The Ted Potter 17SAlb'ert ______
great enthusiasm with which Bryant IBS r1
Mr. Kennedy is being received Frank Richburg 17{)
could very well have been for- Jefferson Hagan 1M h
mated by a group of sportsmenwho VARSITY BARBER ll- ____
have been blazing trails Willie Nicholson 183
all over Europe for over a dec- Leo Armbrister 152
ade, the Harlem Globetrotters. : Mack Barnes 171 P
This aggregation of 37 white Johnny White 16C]
and Negro basketUillers ret-
turned to the United States at Hilton Roundtree 151 7i
the same time Mr. Kennedywas Clyde Young 148 -q Y1
arriving in Europe. They Herman Bryant 155 ; _
included on this recent tour 'Archie Brown 174
stops in Austria, Germany and THE SPARTANS 8ft-9tt _
Czechoslovakia and were ableto Frank Smith 161 I i

pierce the iron curtain and Oswald Smith 152 ..... -- n -- ___' '_ _n ___" ., ______ ___ '____n _ n _ _
show the people or of these Dennis Peak, Jr. 172
Communistic countries that James Terry 163 I The funeral of Archdeacon
there is another side of American THE DYNAMITES 7-10W John E. Culmer at St. Agnes Rev. HutchesonOn His mother Mrs. Alma Hut
life other than what they Daniels cheson, is now visiting ourcountry
Sammy 156 Church was one long to be re-
had come to know from Mis- Leander WMBM from Eleuthera, Bahamas -
Phillips 156
membered. St. Agnes Is a sizable -
sissippi and Alabama. This kind
Elmo Williams 158 and resides with her
of life together was more effective church, but was small for
than all the words that Sam THE McDaniel EAGLES 147 this occasion.At The Rev Ernest Hutcherson, sister, Mrs. Kllabezth Brownat
can be piped to these oppressed Charles Lowe 7H-10V4 Jr., chaplain and staff mem- 1000 NW 4th court. Her
people. Eddie Williams 152 124 the Requiem Mass, tho IU. ber of the Dade County Child other brother here is Washing.ton .
Willie Mumford 143 Rev. Henry 1. Louttlt was celebrant ren's Home at Kendall, will bo Brown.

YOUTH IS VICTOR AND John H. Simmons 144 ; Bishop James L. Duncan, giving a series of devotional
VICTIM IN DIFFERENT THE BROTHERS FOUR (M) the Rev. Nelson Jinder, the Rev. messages over WMBM from
SPORTS Alfred Lewis 150 Samuel Brown and Rev George Monday to Friday of next week Times ads don't cost
Youth must have Its fling, is Earl Washington 148 McComick assisting.As by transcription at 5:15: a.m.
a fact and this truth was pain- Rolllngton Taylor 144 The closing message will be They !
fully observed Monday night Johnny Robbins 145 the cortege left the church Sunday at 0:15: a.m. pay
when Giardello unanimously THE TOP CATS 5-10 St. Agnes (Band rendered sacred II'
decisioned Ray Robinson. The Eddie Brown 144 i music. = W--FLA.
five-time middleweight cham- Sammy Long 146 THE MIAMI TIMES I
pion, who has been a ring I John Cody 125 Interment was made in Ever. I
spectacular for the past 23 Charlie Morris 152 green Cemetery. SATURDAY JUNE 29, 1963 PAGE 6

found his 43 too Robert Caldwell 152 .
years years -- -- ---------- -- -- -- --- - - - -- -- -- --- -- -- --- -- --- ----
much to match Giardello's com THE TROJANS 2V4-12
paratively youthful 33 Sammie Stewart 157
was forced to su<: years'j'and James Goings 135
the weight of time. Jodie Williams 121
Cleveland Reid 151 THINK! THINK!
While longevity was provingto High 3-games:
be the undoing of one great Dennis Peak Jr. fi2,!
champion, it was an asset to an Willie Nicholson 620
other figure in a different Archie Brown 014 .
sport, Warren sphanh who has High single game:
been pitching e Braves Frank Richburg 245 r
since Hector was a pup, was Mack Barnes 237
going right on about his' duties Dennis Peak 228
pitching and hitting; aided and
abetted by the experience of
age, he was the spark that Ignited FORMER; :MI HOWLING
the Braves in downingthe
Giants in his last mound OPENS BEAUTY & WIG SALON y yl
performance.In h
Herbert Cobb h a very busy ; .

still another competition +
: man putting the bowling lanesof
y, where youth was forced to give the former Mi Bowling in
way to the maturity of experi 'shape. This he has vowed to HI 8.9338 3605 GRAND AVE.
ence was the U. S. Open Golf do and bring back the fun of ,.
tournament. In this Julius Doros' A
bowling that this house once r
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steady hands whiplashedthe u
enjoyed. His plans are wide and
entire field and warded offa interesting and he is expectant
daring attemtpt by two Juniors that all Howlers will join him
Palmer and Cupit to chalk in making his project a suc-

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day night at the Finland Lanesis Golf Tournament is attracting i rJ'
the Finland Classic League, quite a few golfers to Miami KM JOY MIAMI f = ::.
after six weeks this very com- Beach for play July 1-3. So IN t OMFOIIT i 0 8
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Rib Ends Ib 150 Pork Chops center first cut cut 29 59< '

: Ground FRESH Beef Ib 23 bacon Ib 350 .

Sausage Ib 59 Chuck Roast 39t .
Beef Liver Ib 29 Turkey Wings
PRODUCE Frozen Dairy .

10 Potatoes Lbs. 390 TIDE I 4Q0 3for25 Biscuits .i

(With$5.00 Order)
Tomatoes 351 GALLON MORTON'S Cream Pies'I'I',
Hood, 33 or
Large: Doz. Bleach Sun G/o 39' 29C I
Limes 190 _. '

Peaches Ib 100 1' COFFEE 6 5 q Orange 250JellO Juice

We Cash Payroll kicks'' Cold Beer At All Times
24 Hours DAILY
All flavors 3 for 25 Fresh HOMOGENIZED .
Milk 39ct
Baby Food 12 for $1.00 28 OPEN PIT SMOKED OR REGULAR
UBBY'S GLASS Barbecue Sauce 39Tomato

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Boat Ride July 3 ,
t.t / 4 The ticket committee of the Sonda Favored in Summer
Dade County Young Demo- I
cratic Association reports a
good advance ticket sale for Greyhound OpenIt's
the 275 seats on "The Dream
Boat" which sails on July 3. Sonda against the field inFlagler's Prevatt's sizzling favorite.All .
$25,000 Summer Greyhound *' of the ,earlier candidatesfor
The Dream' Boat leaves at 8 favoritism survived the
V4. pm. at the foot of 5th St. dockto Open as a pareddownfield cutdown, but considerable lus-
the rear of the Miami City of 32 awaits the start of tre was rubbed off such starsas
Auditorium. the quarterfinals next Satur- Lester Cole's Perfect Tip
and Wade Mayfield's Rippln Tip
Join your friends for this two- who ran seventh and fifth res-
: and-a-half hour cruise on beau.
55-pound John Prevatt pectively behind Sonda and
tiful Biscayne Bay. Music, dancing
Hearing Drama last
and refreshments. Ticketson Miss from Hialeah, took undis- I Saturday.
sale at the Miami Times puted possession of the favored With the start of quarterfinal
office. Dr. E. A. Ward, chairman I role in the rich event by administering competition next Saturday

her three a foremost sound shellackingto rivals in night, point counting will start

the final qualifying round after anew. After three more rounds
BROWNSVILLE winning her first two tests the field will be cut again to 16.Dugie's .

handily.As .
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FOUR WHAT? Well let's just see the results. This is part of rested
will lot. I will the 32 qualifiers up
I buy
say Four Frontiersmen, o n e the activity that will be offered your for the next three rounds of Guest House
fish net, one afternoon and you when the Frontiers Interna- finance your mortgage. Do competition Mrs. E. B. Sibley
tional holds its convention in not give your home up if and Anne Keith's! Roaring Drama The house of clean rooms
Miami next summer. The "fun enough equityin and Joe LaCroix' Chrome
you have paid Open 24 hours NE 4-3851
in the sunners" are Oscar W. it. We will finance it. Call Finish, appeared to 1 tto leadersof Seeing is Believing
4th of July Weaver, Roger Williams, Calvin the field against Sonda.
NE 3-3198 or 6915851. See us for clean rooms
Hughes, George Kilpatrlck By Both reached the quarter-
see J. H. BarJkley. Jamaica Dugie, always a
the way, Hughes landed the 6 I finals with records of two wins
;t. 11 in. sail that weighed 61 3095 NW 52nd St.Indf and second suffering their friends
pounds. only defeats at the hands of 2941 NW 47th St., Miami

Going FastTickets

for the second annual -
July 4th Extravaganza at
Tropical Park are going fast,
according to Joseph A. Boy
Jr., chairman of the Dade County .
Citizens Committee, sponsors brewedfor
of the event. o

"Since we have expanded the<
program to make an entire day
of it, we have been overwhelmed that H ( II
with the response," stated r
This year's program starts at
2 p.m. in the afternoon witl wonderfulworld I
rides for children, contests and
exhibitions and runs continu
ously throughout the day until J' '
the spectacular fireworks sched
uled to begin at 845.: Progran Ipr y,
(: chairman is Fred E. Cole, DD 4
: pastor of Coral Gables Congre o. _

, gational Church. of leisure
I The refreshment stands wil

be manned by Kiwanians under ., ; ..
Houston Jr. and the
G. II. < '1 .
, public is invited to bring the .
4 family picnic basket. I
The Rev. George E. Johnson
of the Miami Shores Community -
Church has charge of the
pageant and pre-pageant events .
and Captain Harold A. Tobias,,
CA-USAR, will coordinate the
hundreds of military personneland
c ;
Tickets may be purchased at Ifrst
the downtown ticket office, 222
SE 2nd Ave., the downtownand
Dadeland Burdine's stores;
Park Land Cafeteria, 250 E.
tS W'r'C N, Np
4th Ave., Hialeah; Caroles Restaurant w I /

825 E 8th Ave., Hialeah L i *r d6 i I Ir
; and your local Kwik Chek V *pf A&S'

Store. 5S

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EVER CLOSED - - Prices Good Thru/ June 29lli Welter's AG Store Only
. _..-' -,. , . //It" .
first/ cut 29*
Rib Ends Ib 150 Pork Chops center cuf 59

Ground FRESH Beef Ib 23* Bacon Ib 350.

sR Sausage Rs RVE Ib 59 Chuck Roast 390

Liver Ib 29 I I Turkey Wings 290

PRODUCE .- ., Frozen Dairy
10 Lbs

Potatoes 390 TIDE I 490 3 Biscuits for 25< '
(With$5.00 Order) MORTON'SGALLON
Tomatoes 351 Cream Pies :
Hood, 33 "
Bleach *
Large Doz. Sun Gbo 39 290 :


Peaches Ib 100 ,'; COFFEE, 6 5 4 Orange 250 Juice

We Cash :If"C fd Beer Af'
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leBo All flavors 3 for 25* V GALLON HOMOGENIZED ,
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Baby Food12 for $1.00
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Juice Qt. 230 Fruit Drink 3 for 690
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Boat Ride July 3
The ticket committee' of the Sonda Favored in Summer
Dade County Young Demo- I
cratic Association reports a
good advance ticket sale for Greyhound OpenIt's
the 275 seats on "The Dream
Boat" which sails on July 3. Sonda against the field In Prevatt's sizzling favorite.All .
Flagler's $25,000 Summer Greyhound of the earlier candidatesfor
The Dream Boat leaves at 8 favoritism survived the
p.m. at the foot of 5th St. dockto Open as a pareddownfield cutdown, but considerable lus
the rear of the Miami City of 32 awaits the start of tre was rubbed off such starsas
Auditorium. the quarterfinals next Satur- Lester Cole's Perfect Tip
4FOUR and Wade Mayfield's Tip
Join friends for this two-
your fifth
day.The who ran seventh and res-
and-a-half hour cruise on beau 55-pound John Prevatt pectively behind Sonda and
tiful Blscayne Bay. Music, danc-
ing and refreshments. Ticketson Miss from Hialeah, took undis- Hearing Drama last Saturday.
sale at the Miami Times puted possession of the favored I With the start of quarterfinal
office. Dr. E. A. Ward, chair- role In the rich event by administerIng -I competition next Saturday
sound shellackingto
man. her three a foremost rivals In night, point counting will start
the final qualifying round after anew. After three more rounds
winning her first two tests the field will be cut again to 16.Dugie's .
.... ,.___.,"",.;;;.;, BROWNSVILLE CORPORATIONI handily.As .
WHAT? Well let's just see the results. This Is part of rested '
that will be offered I will buy your lot. I will the 32 qualifiers up
say Four Frontiersmen, one the activity for the next three rounds of Guest HouseThe
fish net, one afternoon and you when the Frontiers Interna- finance your mortgage. Do competition Mrs. E. D. Sibley
tional holds its convention in I not give your home up if and Anne Keith's} home of clean rooms
Miami next summer. The "fun I you have paid enough equityin I ma and Joe LaCroix' Chrome Open 24 hours NE 4.3851
in the sunners" are Oscar W. Finish, appeared to lie leadersof
it. We will finance it. Call Seeing is BelievingSee
4th of
July Williams Calvin
Weaver, Roger the field against Sonda.
6915851. Callor
I NE 3.3198 or us for clean rooms
Hughes, George Kllpatrlck. By
see J. H. Barkley. Both reached the quarter- Jamaica Dugie always
ExtravaganzaSeats the; way, Hughes landed the 6 finals with records of two wins
it. 11 in. sail that weighed 51 3095 NW 52nd St.Indf : and second suffering their friends
pounds. : only defeats at the hands of 2941 NW 47th St., Miami
Going FastTickets

for the second an-
nual July 4th Extravaganza at :
Tropical Park are going fast, i
according to Joseph A. BoydJr. 4114
., chairman of the Dade Coun
ty Citizens Committee, sponsors brewedfor
of the event. .

of program Boyd."Since it with, we we to have the make have response been an expanded overwhelmed entire," stated day the- that r & fT f( I I If

This year's program starts at M
2 p.m. in the afternoon with wonderfulworld :.
rides for children, contests and y
exhibitions and runs continu- *'\ t
ously throughout the day until .
the spectacular fireworks sched- ry--+
uled to begin at 845.: Program
chairman is Fred E. Cole, DD.
of Coral Gables Congre- \
gational Church. of leisureJ" L 4hr'
The refreshment stands will t f 4 .t
be manned by Kiwanians under
;: ,
O. H. Houston Jr. and the "& ,. r ;'
public is Invited to bring the
family picnic basket. .r

The Rev. George E. Johnson
of the Miami Shores Community
) Church has charge of the e
pageant and pre-pageant events
and Captain Harold A. Tobias, "
CA-USAR, will coordinate the --
hundreds of military personneland .' , f
''' '' "' ',"'
volunteers. , ,
Tickets may be purchased at 1 r. ** V V

f the downtown ticket office, 222 "
SE 2nd Ave., the downtownand
Dadeland Burdine's stores; \
Park Land Cafeteria, 250 E.
4th Ave., Hialeah; Caroles Restaurant
825 E" 8th Ave., Hia
leah; and your local Kwik Chek

For further Information call
FR 4-5507 or 379-4285.

I I/

Men WantedFOR _

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full time training is required.World's Satisfy yourjelsure thirst with Old Milwaukee, I..:
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assures professional status for mildness you can enjoy glass after glass after V j! '

graduate. Get all the facts now! glass. This Is beer brewed as you like it. . r ( I J I I
Classes start soon. Don't miss brewed for true beer-drinking enjoyment. .
this opportunity to get an internationally j,4
brewed with a special lightness never 4 ,
recognized Diploma. sacrifices flavor. Ask for Old Milwaukee! ,
Write Director '>. .
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PAGE 8 SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1963 Key WeSt America's

. ._......... J ....... V II"'.'" .--....-.-... Southernmost City
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--Personal Mention-- '. 4 --4. . . " .1' , . . . . . . . . " -

FESTIVAL TEAA at the bedside of her brother,
.-........ ......._n r .... ---------.----- --- PATKONAL Patronal Festival Tea will Clarence McDuffy who is very

Last Thursday Mr. and Mrs.i Mrs. Athena Spann, mother of be sponsored by the St. Peter's Ill*
Ann Coleman gave a beach par Mr. Barry. The Barrys live in Church Sunday June 30 at 4.30: Mrs. Bernice Gallagher is
ty at Virginia Beach in honorof Virginia where he is employ- at the parish hall. A program convalescing at home after a
Mrs. Jean Monroe of Cocoa,i ed in the school system. will be rendered by local talentof short stay In Monroe General
and Cleveland, Ohio and Mrs. n this city. Come out and I Hospital. Family and friendsare
Leola Jones of Vienna, Ga. help the men to put over a big wishing for her a speedy
Those invited were Mes- Backache program. recovery.

dames Ruth Arthur, Ophelia Getting Nights __ The New Macedonia Choir
Brlntley, Alice Butler, Mamie up will sponsora
and other groups
Campbell, Rose Fuller, Victoria Bladder IrritationHow at St. Stephens AME
Higgs, Lenora Johnson, Georgia program Church June 30 at 4 p.m.
feel when getup Zion
do you you _
McKenzie, Selena A. Ponder, _
ableto H'Rev Butler pastor.
Mamie Thompson, Ola Willis in the morning? Hardly Rev.
and Miss Mattie Houston. drag yourself out of bed? : ; Mrs Bettv Jean Sawyer
back bad that Palm Beach
Pain in your so I Mitchell of West
barely bend over to the graduates of .9
Canon Milton Cooper, rectorof you lace can shoes? Tired from A. Joseph Reddick was I Roosevelt was among Junior College. Sheis
St. Agnes Church, Nassau, having your to get up two or three the keynote speaker at the S. S. a graduate of Douglass High
Bahamas, was in Miami last ? If that's how convention of the North Miami 4 '
times a night School], class of 61 and
1 1S.
funeral of J. A.
week attending the be suffering District of which Rev.
feel, you may of Mrs. Rowena
you grand: daughter
the Rev. Fr. John E. Culmerof Roberts is presiding elder
from the effects of kidneys and Finder niece of Mrs. Frances
St. Agnes Church, Miami. bladder that aren't working Thursday morning at 10 o'clock. E. Palmer and the daughter of
right. The answer to your problems Rev. Reddick former pastor of of W est
Mrs. Sawyer
Visiting Miami St. James All,!E Church, Miami
with relatives !in could be the formula that Palm Beach.
is Miss Cynthia Davis of thousands of people, just like is now pastoring Bethel AMEChurch
Misses Alice Carey, Sandra
Nassau. have found marvelously St. Petersburg.Rev. .
This is Miss Davis' first tripto you effective. That famous diuretic Reddick is a candidatefor Carey and Arlene Carey of Mi
our city and she is delightedwith stimulant for the kidneys and Episcopal Honors at the ami are spending their vaca-
it. bladder, "7.20". "7-20" I is a spec- 64 General Conference of the tion in the Island City visiting
ial formula, scientifically com- AME Church convening at Cincinnati their aunt, Mrs. Mispah Crutch-
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Barry pounded of the same- ingredients field of 812 Thomas St.
are spending the summer with a doctor would use. "7.20" A record crowd I is in atten- Miss Jacquelyn] Roberts Is a
will stimulate the action of dance at the Sunday School patient at Coral Gables Hospital.
your kidneys, gently flush out Convention which will close Friends wish her a speedy recovery -
your system, get rid of the Sunday night. Miss Roberts Is the
r :: waste that has been poisoning daughter of Mrs. Mary Robertsof Elizabeth Ceasar, former
.. your body. Now with "7-20" $4,000 ScholarshipContinued 209 Truman Ave. owner of the Nu Wave Beauty
you can say goodbye to lower Mrs. Annie Lowery of 1123 Salon is now located at Mattie's I
back pains, headaches and get- from page 1 Thomas St., left the city Mon- House of Beauty. 5325 NW 17th
ney and bladder Inflations. Now 11th grade cooperative math-
with "7-20" you can start liv- matics examiatlon and scored
ing again wake up in the 462 on the senior placementtest.
morning feeling fine Ready He is indeed a deserving
to go ready to tackle any- student and WMBM wishes him Grand
fYj4r'1 thing. Get "7.20" today. Keep it the very best of everything. Opening
in your medicine cabinet al- Battle will be interviewed by
I ways. Available In liquid and Blanche Calloway Sunday over
f tablet form. At drug stores radio station WMBM at 1:15:
everywhere.-adv. p.m.

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LACKLAND AFB, Tex.-Airman -

wife,,;Willie Paulette J., Kitchell resides, at whose 1162 DRIVE IN THEATRE Monday July 1st

NW 61st St., Miami, is being
reassigned to Amarillo AFB,
Tex.' for technical training as OX 1.7959 22nd Ave. and 69th St. NAME BRANDSMERCHANDISE
a United States Air Force sup-
ly specialist.Airman .
Kitchell, who enlistedin
the Air Force a short time NOW SHOWING
ago has completed his Initial
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The airman is a 1960 gradu- Watches -- Diamonds
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sectionals exquisite sofas, gorgeous 1; E
( chairs, recliners, occasIonal Cookware
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cabinets, odd chinas, dressers,
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COMPLETE selections of Early ''B
American sectionals, sofas, .lcstaay.b .south eeqeh.
chairs, recliners, rockers, occasional ... .
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chests, chinas, desks,
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Theta Mu Sigma Sorority Friendship Charity 1
Mu chapter of the National
i II
hold its monthly meeting Mon Friendship Charity and Brings back by popular demand ,
day, July 1 at the home of Social Club met at the beauti- Fri., Sat., Sun., June I
LINFRENIPS Soror Pearl Hardy, 312% NW ful home of Mrs. Rachel Cole- 2830.
Phi Lambda Sorority I i 6th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale at 2pm. man with all officers present.
ed their friends : The l/aslleus, Soror Marion After the reading and adop-
at the beautiful home Muldrow, Is asking all tion of the minutes, an InspirIng
sorors and pledgees to be pres- meeting was held and a
Linnie Carey. This
ent as plans are being made lovely repast was served bV:
fair complete with V
for the National Institute and the hostess, Mrs Hobbs. The 13
service and organized Convention to be held in Chi- members present heartily
ties was enjoyed by all cago. thanked her. Mrs. Verdell Cox,
tended. president; Mrs. Frankie Dunn,
Last month the sorority met
at the home of Soror Emma
MRS. LILLIAN Hill. Those present were Sor-
daughter, Agatha ors Muldrow, Mildrew Williams To ChicagoRichard
grandson, Paul, arrived h Maggie Henderson, Betty Powell, one of our
city last weekend. to Collins, Olga Cooper, Pearl leading businessmen. Is representing -
the marriage of her Hardy, Rosalee Dean, Florence the Liberty City l''
sha Johnson to Lt. All, Emma Hill, Vera Dlllard,. Branch NAACP in the National
tin. Donald Johnson, the Alaine S. Walden,. Pledgees Convention in Chicago along ,
father, also present were AQnes.i: itzgerald ;with President' Theodore Gib- ,
on the trip. All are and Fannie Williams, son.... __ I
Miamians now residing TOMMY'' HUNT'
York State.

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HER nite, Amateur Nite.

THE JOLLY } ; M ,..-...J-- ...-- ....-
cial and Civic Club held """
ond annual cocktail sip 4' Friendly Barmaid
home of Olivia Rogers J4Mh
day. Frankie Glover : GERRI RUTH, LADIES NITE SHOW.
chairman of the p,1
Lewis is club president.lIIAlIIANS THUR; ADM. 50 Cents.

of Father John mourn E. Imported and domestic beer and) wine

past 34 years, who HOME COOKED SOUSE
Tuesday night. Every night it "Fun Time" at the
parishioners and BLUE NOTE
ered at St. Agnes on :
morning to pay their
spects to Father Culmer
our city's religious Open Today Sunday 10 to rs

leaders.ed to his Our bereaved sympathy Is FABRIC OPEN SUNDAY 10 toS,

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ter of Evelyn Mincey,i'q
grand prize winner in a -
student art contest at FREE
University where she is
dent. The title of her Satin BOLT 49. With the pnrchaAoreg.
winning art work was 2.40 yd. or more than 1 rod
98'S: 1'k". of I-Jn-On
reg. 208 )'d. HOOKS
the family of reg. 1.20 49yd.
mas, Dade County 12:) KIRSCH
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Mercy Hospital last
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day Mt. Zion Church 15e 120"-1W: )" ',1.40
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is in our city to : 35. Baby Washington Teenage
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PAGE 10 SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1963 And 22 And CalantheGleam $25,000 Engineering


Mrs. Pickett Hialeah'sFirst Make-up Makeovers! Sir Walter of L.Hope Belle Lodge, chancellor No. 19,, Washington, D.C. Howard
officials this
meets July. University
Who wants 101 different announced the receipt of a
hair-do's? Sheba Tent No.3, princess $25,000 grant from the Lock-
Lady HonoredThe Who wants new ideas for Sarah D. Belle, grand empress, heed Aircraft Corporation of
make-up make-overs? Ahmend Temple Burtfank, Calif., to establish an
June 30
meets ;
citizens of Hialeah ((Sem- ful gifts as well as flowers were You! No.2, Votary Charles Blakely, endowment engineering for scholarship students.aid
inola) held a special surprise lavished upon Hialeah's "Great So Glamour brings themto grand mogul, meets June 7; to worthy
ceremony honoring Mrs. Dena Lady." Some that she cherish you! Lodge No. 32, The grant was awarded by
T. Pickett Sunday, June 9 at most are the following: One hundred and one new hair Faith of Hope the Lockheed Leadership Fundto
3 p.m. in the cafetorium of styles: designed and detailed by Sir Arthur Bowens, K.R.S., will memorialize the name of the
James W. Johnson Elementary Kenneth America's out- meet July 1. late Robert E. Gross, one of
School. rs .t Y y y standing hair-stylist! Kenneth'sown Artis Park Court No. 59, Mrs. the founders of Lockheed and
instructions guide you, Cornelia C. Glenn, chancellor, the corporation's principal offi-
Many friends from Hialeahand step-by-step, from cut to comb- June 27. Mrs. Susie M. cer for 29 years until his deathIn
Miami were present to pay out. What fun you'll have try meets chancellor met June 1961. The Gross scholarship
tribute to Mrs. Pickett for the ing all the different looks each Hendley, : at Howard Is one of many such
many years of valuable ser- basic set gives you! 24. grants provided by the Lock-
vices rendered in the commun Sir and Mrs. Walter B. Belle, heed Fund to colleges and universities -
ity. For your make-up make- grand officers of the Knights of throughout the na-
Glamour 22
: over made over
For more than''25 years Mrs. k young women and show you Pythias are visiting Cordele, tion.
has been of Hla j beforeandafter Ga. with their sister SalantheMrs.
Pickett a part the full details in -
Susie M. Hendley. We will
much the houses or
leah as as pictures.
the trees, which cast their be looking forward to their re- Advertise It Pays!
shadows across the grassy Look prettier than ever-add turn. Don A, Belle, reporter. I
lawns. She is never too busyto 101 new Kenneth hair-do's and
render services in the 22 Glamour make-up make-
churches, in the school, and overs to your beauty know-
even in the home when needed. ryr ledge. They're yours now in
tr, July Glamour, your complete
Prior to her retirement a few r beauty booklTimes !
years ago, she was employed as
principal of the Homestead $10 op
school for several years. Later ads don't I DEPOSIT
_ she became principal of Alla- cost
pattah School (Bethune Ele- Filed Start* Yo.ur Application
S.R. 22'i
mentary) and she was also They pay!
principal of Hialeah (J. W. A pair of starling silver the Balance Weekly
Johson School) for several candle stick from the community .++.+.. . . . . . . . . On spot Monthly
years. Included in the field of ; also a corsage of white car NO OXK TITKNKI) DOWN
education Mrs. Pickett had varied nations; an orchid from Bill WARNER MINES
experiences in the class- Fisher, Hialeah florist; and Inc.
room. She taught in Dunbar basket of mixed flowers from Painting Contractor Auto I I Liability Insurance, Agency
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Washington Junior-Senior High School, Atty. Joe Boyd and
where she spent her last 15 wife, the Friendship Garden FORT LAUDERDALE: 929 W. BROWARD BLVD.
years under the principalship and Civic Club, and a m o s t wy
of Charles L. Williams. elaborate towel set from the Open Monday A Friday H a.m. to 8 p.m.Tiles. .

The guest speaker for this Mother's CluW. .. WIM!., Thiirs. 8 a.m. to 5: 0 Sat. H a.m. li> 2 p.m..

auspicious occasion was her After the program was over !'r 'c gifts lor rv 'ry m<' at both location*
pastor, Rev. Edward T. Gra- refreshments were served and
ham of Mt. Zion Baptist Church, all departed with expressionsof
Miami. Besides the many complimentary having spent a very pleas-
things said by the ant afternoon. The citizens of
speaker, many timely remarks Hialeah are to be commendedfor JET TV CLINICHOME
were made by the following having paid tribute to a
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Arthur King rendered a solo
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Luclle Everette was most grat
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Mrs. Pickett charmingly attired d / er: TV by the week or Month
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Bethany Members Worship in New Building THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.

__.__..._. __.__._u_ SATURDAY JUNE 29, 1963 PAIGE 11
church include a mother's

room, church office, pastor's

study choir room, lottier

lounge, children's room, accounting -
room, kitchen and

The main building has central
heating and air conditioningand

parking space is available
for cars.Amon" i Jkt
jet ,
II li rl '
local sitizens present 4r
were Neal Adams, Blanche Cal-
loway, Luther Pierce, Judge and
Mrs. Henry Balaban, together
with many other friends from
all over South Florida, Orlando,
.- .---' Tampa and as far away as Atlanta -
Recently on the weekend of formerly president of the and New York.
June 1 and 2, Bethany Seventh-
Southern Seventh-
Region of
A special open house
Day Adventist Church went Into pro-
Its new $150,000 facilities at Day Adventists gram is being planned for the

2500 NW 50th St. in Browns- The church opening on June last time weekend in July at which
we will extend
ville. 1 drew
approximately 1,000
special invitation
to the
people, and was
Special: guests and speakersfor by to inspect and enjoy this one
a parade of choirs that
this occasion were Mrs. J. H. representing evening, of the newest and nicest of Women of Mount
Wagner and sons, John and churches In South a large Florida.portion of Dade's churches. Calvary

Jessie Wagner of the family of
Pastor C. B. Rock
the late J. H. Wagner Sr., Appointments in the new Gaiter, reporter., ; Launita Raise Over $2,000

On Sunday, June 23, an over a teacher at Douglas Elemen-
TRANSFIGURATION The Church of God in Christ MT. CARMEL BAPTISTRev. whelming crowd witnessed a tary School and a member of
most Joyous and succesful Wo Mt Zion Baptist Church. She
Pr. Elisha S. Clarke, Jr., vicar 1809 NW 5th Avenue D. A. Bradley, pastor man's Day at our church. spoke on the topic, "A Chargeto
The Church of the Transfiguration Elder J. C. Jackson, pastor Mrs. Christine Cohen, reporterWe Keep" Her message was
is proudly announcing Nathaniel Thomas, reporter Speaker for the morning ser
and it
would like to thank our truly a great one was
their Sixth Annual Patronal The State Youth Congress of associate minister, Rev. Richardson vice was Mrs. Lillie M. Doles, enjoyed by the entire congregation -

Festival Celebration. The ser- Eastern Florida of the Churchesof for a very timely mes- .
vices and activities are as fol God in Christ with Rev. Wm. a eOur Sunday School and On that afternoon starting at
lows: Atkins, presiding, and Mrs. BTU anniversary will be this NEW BETHEL BAPTIST :3 p.m. Rev. W. M. Davis and
Mary Davis, state of Sunday afternoon. his choir and congregation were
Monday, August 5, Church the YPWW Congress close on 1571 NW 68th Terrace hero to help make tho day n
annual picnic, Hanover Park, Sunday, June 23 in Miami. Bible Class every Tuesday Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor success Rev. Davis rendered a
Miami Beach. The meeting, which had attracted 7 to 8 p.m.; Prayer Meeting Deacon Fred Williams, reporter great and inspiring message.
Tuesday, August 0, the Feastof 3,000 delegates and visi- Tuesday 8 to 9 p.m. Rememberthe The service last Sunday was Those that missed this program
the Transfiguration, Low tors from all sick and most enjoyable and well attend
over the country, shut-in in your truly missed a treat.
Mass, 7 a.m. at the Vicarage; 8 got underway June 18. Many dally prayers and meditations. ed. Our pastor delivered a most The evening climaxed the day
Evensong and the visitors from as far north as Inspiring> sermon for the occa- with a candlelight drill and tho
of the Blessed Sacrament Boston, and New York. sion.There crowning of the Queen. The re
GREATER ST. MARK P.B. will be church serviceon suits
Friday was the state chair- of the contest Ic'weR1S
this Sunday we are
9 Mid-sum. lady day. Mrs. Davis was in Rev. F. L. Johnson, pastor wellas with a new Queen The Queenfor
Friday, August a looking for all members as '63( '64 Is
mer Hop at the Biscayne Ter- charge. History will hold a !Mrs Ruthie Mae Scott, reporter friends to attend. Don't forget Parker, the members of the
race, Biscayne Blvd. from 9 cherished memory of the day. We've come this far by faithwe to visit the sick and tho church extends
a.m. til 2 a.m. A door prize The theme for the was, mean faith in God, hard shut-ins. to her. many congratulations

will be given for two for a trip "Key to The Kingdom/ work, briny tears, trials and The membership I Is deeply
to Blmini. Subscription 125. Sunday was the state presi- tribulations, but the GRACE PRESBYTERIAN
dent we ran i grateful for those who con-
day. Rev. Atkins in
Tickets are now sale. Con- was with
race patience, under the tributed financially and
charge. The spirit of the Lord Rev William Savoy, pastor numerIcally
tact any member of the churchor leadership of our wonderful in order to make tho
call the vicarage, MU 13393. was on high. Hialeah Temple pastor, Rev. }1"L.. Johnson. The Board of Deacons will a success.
Church of God in Christ choirs and
sponsor an "Ice cream dip
To the chairman
Sunday, August 11, Solemn rendered the music for the day. We are celebrating our 3rd an pineapple sip" this Sunday afternoon king, co-chalrrnnn Mrs.Mrs. Haw
outdoor procession, 10 a.m., The theme was "Come." Matt. niversary in this church. We from four to six. Let and chairman, Byrd
Solemn High Mass processionand 11::20. opened Monday night with Rev. us come out in large numbers Stephens program and the entire, Mrs.

sermon 10 a.m. at the North The meeting was highlightedby Samuel of New Hope P. B. and enjoy this wonderful program mittee who worked so hard com-to
Dade Jr.-Sr. High school auditorium the "Spirit of Crusader." Church in charge of service and make the day the success It
The impressive service was will close out Sunday at 3 p.m. Tho pastor and delegates. at was we congratulate you lora
conducted by our pastor, ElderJ. with the Rev. W. J. Macon of tended a very fine and Informative Job well dune.BAHA'I ,
Dinners will be served for C. Jackson.We First Baptist. We invite you to !program, "Stewardshipand
$1.25, children 75 cents immed are very proud of our come out and join this (glorious Mission," last Sunday' at ASSEMBLY
iately following this service at pastor for becoming the vice celebration. Our theme for the the Pinecrest Presbyterian
the home of Mr. and Mrs. John president of the YPWW Con- anniversary Is "Draw Me Nearer Church. George Savitt, chairman of
II. Johnson, 15850 NW 18th PI. gress of Eastern Florida. Blessed Lord." At .1 pm. this Saturday the Bana'l Assembly of Miami,

At 5 the Patronal Fes The songs of praises were Cervices; will be held for the and author of the Phil Ossofer
tival p.m. at the home of conducted by our state chorus, late Edward Lemon, son of Mr. column in The Miami Times,
Mr. and program Mrs. Harry Nabbie, directress, Mrs Syretha Strong. ZION HOPE BAPTIST and Mrs. Eddie Lemon. Rev will speak at tho Baha'l Center,

2501 NW 153rd St. The.publicis The songs were highly enjoyedby 6129 NW 17th Avenue Savoy officiating. 137 NW llth Ave., 8 p.m. Sunday -
all. June 30. His
subject will
Invited all of these
vices and activities. Do come ser- Worship together this week. Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor BETHEL BAPTIST he: "The Renewal of Civilization -
Mae Flowers, reporter "
and make<<: our Patronal Festi- You need not walk alone. Sunday we had a most enjoy. ...., Richmond Height ..... The public in cordially Invited -
val the best we have ever had. able time throughout the day. Rev. L. R. Ross, pastor to attend. Phone Secretary,

TEMPLE BAPTIST The youth of the church were Uettye Nolton, reporterThe I FR1-5120 for further information -
In charge of tho morning ser- two week revival service ,
JORDAN GROVE M. B. Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor vice. The morning message was which terminated Thursday,

Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor Services on Sunday will be delivered by our pastor. June 20 was a tremendous suc-
Sis..Ella K. Wright, reporterOn as usual. Choir No. 1 will motorto cess spiritually.
Homestead during the morn On Sunday night we had an Our guest evangelist was the
last Sunday morning we ing to render service at the other Inspiring message broughtto Rev. Bryant, pastor of Tabernacle -
enjoyed a very wonderful mes- Ministers and Deacons' Unionof us by our pastor. The male Church, West Palm Beach
sage by our own Rev. Vane chorus rendered the ser- The dynamic Rev. Bryant was
Atlantic Coast Baptist Association song
Eu Banks with choir No. 2 ren
which is In session at vices. very eloquent In his delivery.
dering song service. New Mt. Zion this weekend.A His prayer and scripture lessons -
We are praying for sick for
our were appropriate
The No. 2 Usher Board wishto very
fashion review will be spon and shutln. the occasion. Without a doubt
thank their many friends, sored by the Sunday School at who witnessed this
visitors and members of Jordon the church Monday, July 1 at everyone revival has gained spiritually.That .
Grove for their successful cooperation 7:30: p.m. The public Is invited NEW HOPE BAPTIST was indeed a revival. in
during this their 2nd The Men's Day committee sense of the word.
anniversary which began Fri- its annual dinner A. L. Stephens, reporterRev. every Thanks go to everyone .
day night, June 22 and ended Saturday. Julv fl. on- the- church W. E. Sims, pastorOn whose efforts made this revivalone < i *w M y
Sunday evening, June 23 with ground Donation oe dollar. Sunday, June 23 services of the best In Bethel's .his.
Rev. W. H. Edwards deliveringthe Delivery If required.ST. were well attended. Tho Junior tory. .
anniversary sermon. Rev. choir and Junior usher board
Edwards spoke from Roman were in charge. The choir was ST. LUKE BAPTIST
8th chapter 38th verse, his sub MARY'S W M. at its best in rendering song
ject "I'll Let Nothing SeparateMe service and our pastor delivered Rev. P. W. Williams, pastor!
From The Love of God." Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor the morning and evening mes- Mrs Bunesba Green reporter
bliss Dorothy Major, reporter
which The pastor and entire mem-
sages were most inspiring -
Sunday night our own pastor, Our fourth Sunday Testimony and soul stirring.The l/crshlp of St. Luke take this
brought the message with the service was very touching. public is always welcometo method to thank those who
male chorus rendering song Sunday is visitors day. Each worship with us. Sunday labored to make this Men's Day

service. member Is asked to bring a School at 0:30: a.m.; morning a success, both spiritually and .Contest Winner

Saturday night, June 29 the friend with them and spend an I' worship 11:00: and evening wor financially. The total raised Andre Lechon Gainey son
church and pastor will render enjoyable day with us. Choir No. ship 6:45.: for the day was $2,332.001: of Wilbert and Oalney
and Mary
1 will sing Sunday morning The is Invited
public cordially
service at Bethel Churchof
Danla Baptist Choir No. 2 will sing during the The Deaconess Board will to attend a Music Extravaganza was the first prize baby con-
Rev. W. H. EUwards.
test winner at Mt. Calvary
pastor. This is our regular evening service.We sponsor a house warming for Sunday, June 30 at 3 p.m. Church.
quarterly Ministers and Dea- extend our sympathy to the pastor and his family Fri- at St. Luke. It Is being sponsored Baptist
con's Union. Our friends and Sister Hester Rolle who has lost day night before the first Sun- by the Junior Choir some

well! wishers are Invited to go her sister in Nassau. day. The church at large Is Invited of Miami's, outstanding junior B & P Women Club
with us. to attend, along with our choirs will appear< many friends and well wishers. There will also be crowning ClosesThe
morning service at 10:45: and The president, Sis. Annie B. of Mr. and Mrs. Junior
NEW MT. MORIAH evening service at 6:45.: The Harris and her co-workers will Choir come one and all and National Negro, Business
Sunday School will celebrate Its be looking forward to your presence young? folk. and Professional Women's Club,
Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor anniversary Sunday with S. at 7700 NW llth Ave. Vacation Bible School will be Inc. held Its closing meetingfor
Ruby Handy, reporterThe Atchinson the morning speakerand held at St. Luke for ten days the summer on Thursday
public Is always welcometo Herman Johnson the Let us not forget to pray for beginning July 1 through July June 27 at Hampton House and
worship with us during our speaker at the 3 o'clock service. our sick and shut-in. A special 12. The hours are from 9 a.m. Villas, 8 p.m. A special hour
regular services, with our Sunday The public is invited out to be prayer for Sis Perry Lee Peace children from everywhere are. was enjoyed after the meeting.
School starting at 9:30: a.m., with us in this celebration. and Bro. Haywood Hlllburton. Invited to attend. Mrs., Aretha Peck, president.

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PAGE 12 SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1963 In our sad father but ,loving brother memoryof and DEA THS

r., grandfather,
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CARDS ... MEMORIALS .. ",',<;'1't' RANGE -

15825 NW 22nd Court, died
Mrs. Sampson is sur-
IN MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKSWe vived three daughters, Mrs.

of the late ft Fannie Bell Daniels, Mrs. Mary J
of the family
I sad but loving memory Mrs. Emily West; son,,
our dear daughter and grand- BRISCO INGRAM .A i Stokes, three grandchildren .
daughter, wish to thank the many friendsfor Elbert grands. Final

_._---_._....._----_.._- _._._-- their kindness and sympathy and great held in Valdosta,,
hour of bereave- 4 rites will be
during our
ment. Special thanks to the Ga. where she was shipped Fri

*: Richardson Funeral Home and day.

Rev. Johnson. May God bless MRS. ANNIE ELIZABETH

you all. MCCARTNEY of 1935 NW 71st
Naomi Ingram
rap And Family 4: St., died June 25 at her home.
N ?r fff Mrs. McCartney had been ill for

quite sometime before, she died ___ __
She is survived by four child-
IN MEMORIAMIn i ren, Annie Bullard, Winifred Alfred HendersonIs

sad but loving memory of Moss, Wealthy L. Edward anda
our dear mother and sister, son Jerome. Services will We
LEONIA MINGO ROBERTS Monday, July 1 at St. Peter's Buried Here

', 9 'db n who departed this life June 30, African Orthodox Church with
4Cl a 1953 in Key West. Canon Charles F. Cooper officiating Alfred Henderson, 84, of 1235

When we asunder part, JEFF BRIDGESwho NW 65th St., was buried Thursday -
It gives us inward pain died on' July 1, 1959. June 20 from the Range
I But we shall still be joined In For God has marked each sor- ISAIAH ALFRED TAYLORof Funeral Home chapel with the
heart rowing day 1204 NW 65th Terr., die Rev; Alphonso Mozell officiating -
And hope to meet again. And numbered every secret June 27. He leaves to mourn a Mr. Henderson died June
Miss Melvert Roberts, I tear wife, Surena, a daughter, Edna 16 in Jackson Hospital after a
daughterMiss Aid heaven's long age of bliss James, a brother, Willie Taylor long Illness.
Mary Rob'erts, shall pay Final rites Tuesday July 2 at
daughter For all his children suffer here Ebenezer Methodist Church on Surviving are his widow,

_.--_._-- _.------..-- Mrs. Louise DeVeaux, sister Mrs. Inez K. Williams 11th St. Janie; a son, Judge Hillman; three
Mrs. Miriam Russell, sister daughter daughters, Lucille ,
sister Mrs. Eula M. Williams sister Teresa Henderson and Janie
Mrs. Olive
3. Mayo, ,
who this life July
departed Reeves and seven grand child
Mrs. Ruby Thorpe, sister Mrs. June Bruce, Manker .
1961.Gone, but not forgotten. Clifford 1 ingo, brother grand daughter ren.

Grant unto her, 0 Lord Theresa, Anthony, Gene ROBERT T. FLOWERS of Out of town relatives attending -
Timmy, great grandchildren 1832 NW 6th Ave., died June 18 .
and light the funeral Mrs.
eternal rest may per were Nancy
petual shine upon her. IN MEMORIAMIn Walter and Clifford Services held Wednesday In the Jenkins, niece; James L. Hen-
He Is survived l/y/
Harry and Iva Rolle, loving memory of our Bridges, brothers chapel. derson, nephew; Herman Ste-
wife Bertha a
a son
parents dear husband and father, Whelimenia Bethel phens and George Pittman, all
daughter ,
Grandmothers and families of Albany, Ga., and David
CARD OF THANKSThe a mother, Mrs. Mildred Todd, a
Stephens and Mrs. Mattie John-
departed this life June 27, brother, Hurbert Williams.
19G2. family of the late son of Jacksonville.

CARD OF THANKSThe Before thy throne, 0 God, we SARAH JONES of 2178 NW

kneel, 51st> Terr., died June 22 at her
of the late
family Give us a conscience quick to
HENRY home. She is survived by her Albert
ROBERTSwish . .
husband, Earl, a son, Ernest
to take this method of expressing -
A ready mind to understand,
Beacham, a mother and father
their sincere appreciation The meaning of thy chastening s dr. and Mrs. Tould, brother, Chapel services for William
to each and everyone of handWhatever Henry LaRosa of 1820 NW 4th
James Tould and a sister, Ella
their friends who attempted to the pain and shame Mae Doughlas. Arrangementsare Ct., were held June 25, Rev 1<'.
console them during their hoursof maye be L. Smith, officiated.
bereavement. Special thanksto Bring us, 0 Father, nearer Incomplete.
Rev. I. C. Mickins of Mt.
Olivette Baptist Church and Tf Tfr MILDRED BIRDS of 6701
the Francis Funeral Home. May Mary Florence. Flowers Stevenson wife NW 30th Ave., died June 25. Mrs. Lucy P. Brown of Rhine,

God bless each and everyone of Christine Minis daughter, She is survived by her husband Ga., died in the home of her
you. a Eddie, two sons, William and sister Mrs. Isabell Brown, 1284
The Family James Flowers, son Eddie Jr. Arrangements are in- NW 52nd St. June 20. The body

complete. was shipped to Rhine June 21.

loving memory of my dear family of the late John M. Bohler, 931 NW 1st
of 5419
husband, Ave., who came to Miami more
wish to express our deepest : NW 21st Ave., died at her than 30 years ago, died June 22.

gratitude the many friends 1' .. b home June 24. She is survivedby Services will be held In Swains-
who visited and with ap a her husband James
prayed s a a boro, Ga. Sunday. A brother
; her during her illness in the daughter, Mrs Elnora Fieldsof George and three sisters sur-
hospital and the kindness and New York City; a sister, Mrs. vive.

sympathy shown at her death. Grace Forbes of New York l I
Thanks for the cards, tele- EVANGELINE VALDEZ -.1 four grandchildren, five aunts

& ixr grams, floral pieces, use of cars I (EVA) HILTON Maud Lloyd, Louise Smith'Edith Graveside services for twin
and other services rendered. I Brennan, Marion Wil-! sons of Mr. and Mrs. Robert

Special thanks to Rev P. W. who died in Jackson Memorial hams, Arlene Strachan; uncle, Sneed, who died June 22 were
Williams and St. Luke Baptist Hospital Saturday, June 22 Eugene McKenzie; nephews, conducted June 27.
Church. Rev. .T. H. Stephensand after a brief Illness, wish to nieces and other relatives. Ser
Mt. Calvary Baptist Church, thank the Carey Allen Funeral vices Saturday from Ebenezer
B. T. Washington School, Fran Home, and the many friends Methodist Church at 2 p.m. Mrs. Emmaline Rouse, aunt
ces E. Tucker Elemental, Del ness' and sympathy shown dur- with Rev. Aaron D. Hall officiating of Mrs. Henrietta< Williamswith

I ta Sigma Theta Sorority, The and neighbors for their kind- whom she lived at 2062
,a Egelloc Social Club, Range Fun Ing her illness and death. Spec AU ?aba Ave., died June 24.
eral Home and neighbors of 6th ial thanks to Father Cooper and MRS. CORA LEE JONES' of She is also survived by other
place and 6th Ave. the members of African Orthodox 220 Frow Ave. died nieces and nephews. Arrange-
I May the blessings of God go Church. She leaves to She i Is survived by_a son, ChesI, ments are Incomplete.

with all of you. mourn her lost a loving and ter of Denver, Colo., a sister,

I Mrs. Vivilora P. Gainey, faithful husband, Phillip Hil- Emma Livingston and a brother Remains of
Mrs. Lula M.
Thomas Livingston of Tam
daugter ton, two sisters, Mrs. Gertrude
John W. Pinkney, son Williams, Mrs. Hortense Mun- pa. Arrangements are incomplete Jones, 1455 NW 154th St., North
Wilbert D. West brothers Miami Beach were shipped to
Gainey, nings of Key ; two Ocala June
Juan Valdez Miami Andre 20 for final rites.
grandson ,
____ EDWARD LEMON Her survivors
Valdez son of Mr. include a daugh-
Philadelphia and a host
THOMAS WILLIAMS of relatives and friends. and Mrs. Eddie Lemon of 1228 \rfJfien Miller of the North
CARD OF THANKS NW 1st court, died June 25. His address
who this life June' 20
I departed ,I other survivors
are a sister .
1962, and was laid to rest June The family of the late Cynthia two brothers Izell

30. He J leaves behind! his devoted MRS. ANTOINETTE IN MEMORIAMIn Moody and; Elmilo Johns,, and a I \ "
wife and brother. WELTERS IIFnNAnR'7. M ohele231ornuHran] were
grandmother Mrs. l St.
sad but loving memory of Ella McClain. < ,
Safe In the arms of Jesus who departed this life June 1, Services Saturday from Grace conducted June 22 at First Bap-
Safe on his gentle breast wish to thank the many rela- our ELIZABETH one, BELL YOUNG Presbyterian Church at 4:30: tist Church, Rev W. J' Macon,
I.4 Sweetly his soul should rest tives and friends who were, so CROSS p.m. with Rev. Savoy officiat- pastor. Her husband Oliver:
Mrs. Katie Williams wife kind to them in their sad hour
r" who departed June 22, 1958. ing. daughters Glenn Daniels and
Isaiah Williams brother of bereavement. Carol
and Lynn Johnson
May there be eternal rest a
\oil! Joe Special Pinder thanks to Dr. Reed, granted unto her, O Lord, and brother and other relatives, sur-
of the Florida vive.
IN MEMORIAMIn Bank and co-workers-, let perpetual light shine upon CARD OF THANKSThe
the Regular DeLuxe Club Wo- her. family of the late
Frank Cross husband
I loving memory of burdear man's Civic Club, the VFW MR. ALFRED HENDERSON
Pauline Williams mother I
son, brother, uncle and Auxiliary of Foreign Wars No. Louise Brown daughter, wish to thank the many friends! IN MEMORIAM
father, 6021 and the American Legion and organizations for the num-
Clarice Clarke daughter
URIAH ANDRE DELEVEAUXwho Auxiliary No. 168 and the many erous floral offerings, telegrams, In
Joseph Young, son
crossed the bar on June friends from far and near who Russell Cross letters, cards of sympathy and CARROL memory of
26, 1960.Sunset sent beautiful floral sprays, And other relatives other kindnesses shown them BRYANT
star cards of sympathy during their recent bereave-
and evening ?1 telegramsand who departed this life June 29,
And one clear call for me, to the donors who gave us ment. 1960

And may there may be no, the use of their cars. IN MEMORIAM I Special thanks are offered to God of the living whose
moaning of the bar We thank Father Millet, S. J, the Range Funeral Home for unveiled eyes
When I put out to sea of St. Mary's Star of the Sea In memory of our our dear the; efficient and dignified professional lies, thy whole creation

For tho' from out our bourne of Catholic Church, Rev. Hooper, husband, father and grand- services rendered, All souls are thine must
time and place Father Reece and the Key West father, members of the Longshoremen not say that those; we dead
;, The flood may bear: me far, Funeral< Home for their splendid MR. LEROY DEAN Association Local 1416, the MRS who are
: :1 hope to see my pilot face _to service'rendered.' who departed this life June 26, Club and the Rlnkydlnks. From this our away world, of flesh
"'/. face Many thanks to everyone. We shall always remember set free ,
: I have crossed the bar. May God bless all of you. 1957.May he rest In peace and you with grateful hearts and We know them living unto thee.
When Tennyson The Welters Family light perpetual shine upon him. deep appreciation.The Mrs. Mlllis

f. ,:;.,The Family Key West, Fla. The Family Family Family"tHE SymonetteAnd


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QtJALlFlflNCJ Pretty SATURDAY JUNE 29, 1963 PAIGE 13 '
CBS cottage with appliances Pleasant vistors at the Miami II
$300 down and $75 month. Times Office Thursday were .
Move right in. Life' Realty, 4932 William It Mathis Eugene
FOR RENT NW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371 Open Griffin and W. I{. Harper of ;
Sundays and evenings. Jacksonville. They are attend-, Summertime Blues?
ing the State Association of
FURNISHED or unfurnishedapt. LOVELY CBS Letter Carriers Convention at
in Opa-locka area. 1-bedroom wall to wall carpeting- Florida, appli-room, the Diplomat Hotel in Holly- Hair Draws up? Itchy Scalp? Perspiration?
unfurnished. $15 week, 2- wood.
bedroom bedroom furnished unfurnished.$21, $18 2-bed-, 1- trees ances., patio Pretty, etc.yard$350 with down fruit and Swimming? Set Come Out? Rain? Dandruff?
furnished $25. Call Mic- month Life Realty, 4932 Eliminate ALL these problems in
kins rooms Rental Agency. NE 4-0500. Sunday NW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371 Open FOR SALEBUY one easy step

Indf QUALIFYING INCOME property that -Get your Wig-
l.Bt>>ftOpM furnished apt. All CBS will help you pay the monthly
Utilities, downtown pr a. $18 efflcleficy home and income. Top location payment. Two homes on 1 lot. -
$13. Call t Mlcklns Rental in Manor Park. Both apartments 2 to choose from. Manor Park NOW AT SPECIAL
Agency. NE 4-0500. Indf fUlly furnished with i area. $500 down. You may pay
real quality furniture. Price, $60 month with rental. Property LOW, LOW SUMMER
2-BEDROOM HOUSE. Hot down payment and terms are in perfect condition. Call me,
water, big yard. $20 a week. very reasonable. ,Must see. fife Al Den-I Realty, 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 62nd St. Nites PL' 9-5533.: Days
Also 4 room house. $12.50 a I PL 4-21131:
week. Call Saturday, 2260 NW 0-4371. ,
62nd St. Phone 688-4825. I
LOVELY Small house, beautifully CBS, garage tile roof, appliances large lot, perfect location, near
fenced in yard. $20 per $350 down. $68 month schools, etc. FHA down payment -
week.. Will sell $100 down, bal and owner pays all closing i $.100 and only $77 month.
ance like rent. One week freeto Euts. Life Realty, 4902 NW Drive by then call 3020 NW IMPORTED
buyer. NE 5-5500 7th Ave. PL 0-4371 Open even- 69th St. Fenster Realty PL 100% HUMAN HAIR
Ings and Sundays. 9-8779, 1200 NW 62nd St.
DUPLEX. 2051! 4NW.5ist Terr. 11.
One side available. Clean, t tjulfet: FULLY
3- MOVING. Must sacrifice 3
Bedroom living room dining 'bedroom FURNISHED( is only matching Bahama couches 3 COCONUT GROVE WIG SALON
area, kitchen bath $12 week $8,500, $300 down and $GS matching(! foam chairs, diningnook
3214 GRAND
Call NE 4.1714 or NE 5-7008. month. Life Realty, 4932 NW bench, formica table, 445-6122
Jul2 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. vacuum cleaner bench saw
2-bedJ self-propelled lawn mower, FIFTY-FOURTH ST. WIG CENTER
DUPLEX APT. Large NEW 4 lamps, kitchen utensils, countless -
2 bath in
tric room kitchen.with Fla.Near room. bus All elec-andQrandway West Hollywood. Small down I other items. WI 5-5565. 1079 N.W. G4th STREET 751.1318

To I see!; call 031-0333,, NE payment, bank fir>wncing, Call j
Adults only 4-0500 indf VERY NICE 2-bedroom home
attractive, completely remodel
1929! NW 6th Court, fully fUr- HOME. Nicely located in down ed like new reasonable term, IT'S NEVER TOO LATE
nlsfted rooms, kitchen i'1vl- town area. 1653 NW 5th Ave., 1920 NW 57th St Owner FR .
lege's; }Mew._hbUse, reasonable.HOUSE. phone TU 8-4583. 12391.
To get your graduation pictures made

One bedroom com- WANT TO SELL interest ill
pletely furnished. Two children rooming house. Call 373-5837. iANT1; Jj WE FURNISH CAPS AND GOWNS
Good surroundings. $15 a
week. Apply at 1934 NW 58th CORNER, must sell. See this EARL J. CARROLL Will l interview .
St. NE 5-8915. gorgeous bedroom home at girls between the ages Or JOHNSON OF MIAMI
4115 NW 11th place. EZ terms. 18 and and 25 with at least two
ROO f. 1839 NW 63rd St. OX Move right in. No qualifying. years of high school typing( Kindergarten High School College
1-7893. Low down payment $23 week for future Job training in insurance -
week Open Saturday and Sun- Bring a photo of your- FR 7-2294
day. WI 5-9880, self If possible. Come to 1107
WANTED Ingraham Building between
OPPORTUNITY $(j.1 AiONTlt# pays all Nice 2- hours of {9 am, and 12 June
to earn extra be room CBS, Fla. h, no the
} a Flora may be a career see taxes, new roof, big yard. Only
Mrs. Casey, 531 NW 2nd $,500 total. .$300 down.. Call
Ave me Al rl-IQri.J Realtor. 7)4) TRASH HAULING ,One dollar FORD REAL ESTATE SPECIALS!
PART NW 62nd St. Nites PL 0-5331 Up, also van for moving. 24
TIME handy man for I Days PL 43131. hour servlt e!. tH9-Oli3.
time hds, also waitress, full We have the largest selection of homes in Liberty
5595 NW 17th Ave. 2-BEDROOM, 2 bath CBS. Only City, Opa-locka and Manor Park.
$9.500 total. Can We used as a Annie Lois Bell *.*"
1-bedroom duplex. $500 down, YOUR CHOICE $100 DOWN
$79 month. Wonderful deal for
of the Mae St. CBS house for 2
a couple. Rent one side and Formerly 1-1286 NW 59th people
just almost rent free. Call me. Cannas Beauty Shop at $69 month.

Al Ben-Korl, Realtor 9-5533.714 NW 6151 NW 15th Ave. is now 2-2959 NW 57th St. 3-bedroom house. Newly
02nd St. Nites PL Days located at Bell' Beauty
PL 4-3131 painted. $79 month.
Salon, S920 NW 17th Axe. 3-3154 NW 57th St. Nice, clean home for small

iS.'I 2-nEDROOM Park. A beauty HOME, 1 FHA, approve Manor Phone 691.9656 family. $75 month. '

''j, .' .. I ctl, $67 month. Small down pay- 4-5729 NW 31st Ave. 3-bedroom, newly painted
!l!' "i. ment. "A hot deal" shown by Annie! Loh Hell, Manager $79 month

appointment Realty PL 9-8779 only, 1260 Fenster NW Luln Mae Bmlth, Operator 5-843 NW 64th St. Nice home, newly painted In

\ I' H2nd St. and out. $595 down.
:'..1- .I. Carport! screened porch, hardwood floors. Near '

schools, shopping and business.

Your DMA Finest Selections in Miami 6-728 NW 61st St. 4 bedroom CBS home. Real
large rooms. $600 down. Large living room, dIning -

Lovely homes Open room, kitchen, breakfast nook, large lot. Ter-
a friend for life New Low Down Payments rific for rooming house or church.

7-2420 NW 55th Terr. $3,300 total price| (cash
. .and healthIlenfe EZ TERMS LESS THAN RENT only) 2-bedroom house. 60x110 lot. Will also rent

1919 NW 47th StreetCBS this for $16 week.

tb* mnwhoam 8-3079 NW 55th St. $500 down. 3-bedroom, 2
how yoo bow to mate 2-bedroom, Fla. room, garage and many extras bath CBS home. Only 2 years old.
tnmnox. dollar ? $300 down. $77 per month $9,500 total price
vtma* raloe fat and
ffrn&A insnnmos yiZU. .- 1327 NW 42nd Street INCOME PROPERTIES FOR SALE
.reWem.t b come Lovely CBS 2-bed oom, Fla. room, appliances and LIVE RENT FREE
1601 NW 47th St. $695 down. No
....educational plans many extras. Duplex -
...Usability IncomehospitalizstUm $350 down. $68 per month. $11,000 total price qualifying.
1851 1853 NW 42nd St. 2-bedroom -
'... Duplex -
11th Place
,_home wnenblp 4114 duplex $400 dbwn FHA

....ananiUesOdltoday Huge house, 3-bedrooms, Fla. room, screened patioon 4-Unit building 2-bedroom apts. 1320 NW
two lots. $600 down. No qualifying. 60th St. Good rental area.
for a free sunrsy
.DMdI.f yew personal insurance-: 1335 NW 41st Street 4-Unit building. 1-bedroom apts. 780 NW 55th
St. $1,500 downAPARTMENTS
Lovely 2-bedroom, Fla. room, carporte and appli-

CARL W. RINALDI ances. $300 down. $73.50 per month. $9,000 total FOR RENT
price 780 NW 55th St. Large rooms. No children
9301 N.E. 6th Ave. 1352 NW 41st Street $15 a week.

Res. MU 8-2483 Lovely corner lot. 2 bedrooms, Fla. room, and many 1121 NW 47th St. No children. 1 bedroom. $12 week
' 1286 NW 59th St. 1 bedroom CBS home. $17 week
Bus. 757-5729 extras $400 down, $76 per month. $9,500 total price. -
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Cornerstone Laying Wins Opportunity I PAGE 14 SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1963

Fellowship ners: Archery, Sanford Brad-
For OES Youth CenterThe North DadeRecreation shaw, Vernon Sullivan, Phillip
Thirty-three Negroes, one a Hafler.

Cornerstone Laying, Sun Journeyed to Echo Lake to observe Miami social worker, have been Checkers, Troy :Mills. Fred-
June 23 at Pomona Park, and participate in the awarded Opportunity Fellow- recreation die Bronson, Harold Jackson.
day, The chapters The summer program Basket shooting, Theodore
Fla. marked another notch in planned represented program.were: Carver ships for 1963, the John Hay at the North Dade Cen- Renrick, Alphonso Jenkins,

the great plans for developingand : No. 103; Eureki No. 95'; Morn- Whitney Foundation announcedthis ter had Just ended a successful activi-- Sanford Bradshaw.Girls .
maintaining a Youth Center ing Star No. 22; New Light No. week This year the Foun week of leisure time by are reminded that spec
owned the Bethlehem of ties. The program sponsored ial features for them include
by 77; Paradise No. 117; Pride dation has awarded Fellowshipsto Dade County
Grand Chapter, Order of East- Hialeah No. 61; Pride of Opa- 46 persons In 24 states. Puerto the Metropolitan Recreation Depart- modern dance and baton twirl-
tern Star, Florida Jurisdiction, locka No. 30; Progressive No. Rico and Guam. These i Park is and under the direction of
P. II. A. 29; Southern Star No. 174; Star awards are granted to young I Edwin Cambridge In the North ing.All teenagers are urged to
of the East No. 72; Macedonia men and women who show exceptional and of
This occasion was so monu- Dade Area. Boys girls come by the center and pick
mental that several local No. 95 and Loyalty No. 136. promise and who have giving the which
chap all ages are oppor- up ID cards are required -
ters OES, spirited by the local The land and the original been prevented by race, of cultural tunity to participate In a varIety for entry into the weekly
Matrons with Sister: Charlotte idea for this project were giv- background or region of activities under train- teenage dances on Friday
Ford Clark, Matron of ChapterNo. en by our Grand Worthy Ma- from fully developingtheir ed recreation leaders, Leroy nights. The baskets are sizzling
72 implementing the project tron C. B.' Nelson Daniels. The potenlalltles. Gibson: Jacob Greene, Melvin from the hot competition in
chartered a Trallway bus and name of the site is C. B. Nelson Miss Maxine A. Thurston of Fox, Mrs. Carrie Davis and the adult basketball league.
Daniels Gift of Love to Bethlehem 31 South 13th St., Fernandina Mrs Hazel Levan. Games are played on Wed-
Grand Chapter. Beach Fla., graduate of Indi- The program affords participation nesday and Thursday night of
Improper Digestion : ana University, to completethe in arts and crafts, arch- each week.
In the the Buildings over degree of master of social team and individual sports,
with full tale i The popular Leroy "Spike"Gibson
crowded auditorium games and quiet games.
work University
at Florida State I i of the Harlem Globe-
view of Echo Lake, greetingsand
Miss Thurston has been
congratulations were extended Weekly activities are usually trotters is the athletic directorof
by the Honorable J. W. employed by the Florida Department i ended with a special event In the adult league. The results -
Tu ker Mayor of Pomona of Public Welfare In some type of recreational ac- of last week games are as
I Park Commissioner George S. Miami for the past two years tivity. Last week the local follows: Collegians defeated the
I Mitchell; represented the Honorable and will complete her first year youths were entertained at a Boosters 63-61; Vikings defeated -
Frank M. Hancock Mayor of professional study this "Meet and Greet" party on Fri the Locks 73-32 and the
Pala'kithe Honorable Al- month. At the conclusion of day afternoon. Area tourna- Knights defeated the Wildcats
drick ppcples! chairman, Boardof her program, she plans to workin ments were held and In 81-70. Teams are from Home-
County Commissioners, Lake the South In the area of tough competition the following stead Coconut Grove, Miami,
Como, and' various organiza- family services. persons were declared win- Liberty City and Opa-locka.

tions of the Masonic Family, . . . . .
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Royal Arch Masons, Heroinesof Ocala and NOW! IB THE TIME TO PLAN YOUR PARTIES"I'd
Crusaders : Deborah Watson,
Jericho Daugn-
Love to Cater to You"KAY
aa MS kuSbnfl/ ters of Isis, Knight' Templar

By DR. JAY GUTIERREZ Consistory, Golden Links and A timely and Inspiring ser- SMITH
Shiiners. mon was delivered by Rev. R. I WEDDINGS RECEPTIONS BANQUETS
When the bony structure becomes Musical selections were ren- J. Blaine pastor of St. Paul Hot or Cold Hor D'Oeuvres Canapes Our Specialty

distorted be ever so slightly dered by Oi)?S EnsemWe, OES AME Church, Jacksonville 203 N.W. 36th Street PL 4-1615 PL 1-1735
pressure may produced on <
delicate nerve tissue thus reducIng Cho-al: Group, Chapter No. 131, The Cornerstone ceremony :;::;: ;:; ::: :: :: :: :: '!'

functioning ability of was carried out by Grand Mas-
nerves. teiRudolph Brandlay, 32nd degree -
tion. nnd Brother Masons'
The function of nerves are At this point your modern STAR MEAT MARKET:
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Let's analyze Indigestion. mal digestion ad health.
Suppose you have been able to FREE PICK UP AND
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this column Is prepared at film on conversion of term insurance AAf1f .1 /RR1f Mathis to Give $20,000 to
the VO office, 084 West Flagler
St, Mlnnii for information uf to one of the perma- 1100. -e.a-
Veterans in this area nent plans. It will be shown ata .[.JlflltIct: ]' ,.
; later date. If you are still w-....,,.ta..m..rr
LATUS STATUS carrying term insurance-watch
Well, we see the Senate has for it. Or stop in for a discus- Many people are not aware Johnny Mathis will fees to the two organizations.
done It again the Senate Finance sion with one of the VA Con- they don t have to retire com- donate a minimum of $20,000 On August 10 he will perform
Committee has approved tact. Representatives any time. receive social from his fees for performances in a concert at the Forest Hills
pletely to secur-
In Chicago and In New York to Stadium in New York
a bill to give World War II and ity benefits according; to Ed- be
divided equally between the his fee will also be a minimumof
Korean veterans ward P. Blonston Miami North
war an opportunity ,
NAACP and the Southern $20,000
to GI insur- Phil Ossofer Social District Mana against a percentageof
renew Says . I Security Christian Leadership Confer- thegross receipts. He will
ance they have allowed to ger. ence, it was Jointly announced similarly donate half of his
lapse. Trouble Is, the measure by Mathis and the fee from that
Mr. Dlonston stated that engagementto
thru the Senate
has gotten
Thursday Is Independence organizations the two organizations.
several times In the past butit special provisions in the social today.
Day. This historic day came security law make It
always dies In the House. into possible Mathis, who will perform Ina
being; because brave
men to receive social
this will be the ?? some security
Maybe series
year of three concerts at
were willing to fight and die
even though a per- the Boat Ride
Arie Crown Theatre, Mc-
INCREASES to overcome Injustice. Had they have '
DIG son may fairly high earn Cormick Place
Children and held back and wafted for jus- ings. lie explained that a person Chicago on July
dependent parents tice from their 20, will receive a minimum of Dade County Young
English mastery can earn $1,200 during theyear
who are getting depen-
$20,000, against
n percentageof Democratic Asm.
dency and Indemnity benefits I America might still be a and received all of his the
receipts In t h
gross n t
colony Instead of benefits.
a great na- And Just $1 in bene-
from VA will get an IncreaseIn city. Ho will '
donate half his
Wedned'ay July 3 8
their July checks, which are tion. It wa their determination fits is withheld for every $2 p.m
paid at the end of July. Widowsin to hold freedom dearer earned between $1,200 and ZVz hour cruise on Biscayne
than life itself that enabled 1700. For earnings over $1,700
an receipt Increase of, nor DIC will will childrenor not get them to make this the land of $1 In benefits is withheld for It ,.. .I..... .. .._.;,. Music Dancing Day- Refreshment
who the free . for most people. each $1 earned. Mr. Blonston
dependent parents are
getting: death compensation. The Later In American pointed out that a full month's 19-SAfLTY $ ..TICKETS NOW ON SALE
Benefit Is
raise will be automatic no had a civil war to end an internal month In which payable the beneficiary any I... .....' JO, :FItlda() ; AT MIAMI TIMES OFFICES
for it Is
necessary. ; Injustice; the enslave-
However does not earn over $100 In
If a change from
ment of certain human beings. wages and does not actively engage
death compensation to Later still, American women, In employment
DIC Is desired, an application fighting another Injustice (the TV SERVICE AND SALESPL
Is required. Confused well lack of voting rights) engaged Mr. Blonston urged all work
don't be contact Miami VA In boycotts, parading . with- ers to visit the social security 1.8381
office, 084 West Flagler. out a permit! and In other sacrificial office when they near retirement -
We do free e.timatea-Honelt estimates
not give
activity. to gain their age to learn more about
COMING ATTRACTIONSWTHS rights. Ironically, many news- their: benefit rights. The office require work. Our prices are lower than others doing,
will film a 15-mlnute paper editors and clergymen is lcated at 231 NE 79th St. comparable good work. We repair, sell and rent

opposed their cause. TV's radio, hi-fi's. Our work guaranteed. Free de-

srBe I Despite all the opposition, Ioing easilyhat others find livery.
Sure to Get they won out simply because difficult Is talent doing what JOSEPH SCOTT
they sought justice. Is impossible for talent It genius -
Henri Frederic A in I el. .
Today we are Involved In a 923 NW 62nd Street PL 1-8381
Chest X-rays will be available ,greater struggle] for independence -
at the following locations for . .for the rights of a
all Dade County residents 18 long suffering sector of our
years of age and over. people. Injustices must end pA
Monday, July 1, 1426 NW 3rd some; time, and rarely does It pN
Ave. Tuesday, July 2, NW 4th come with ease or in peace. It HELP WANTED
Ave. between 19th and 20th St. Is usually defeated by heroic,
Wednesday, July 3, NW 9th St. fearless men :and women, un-
between 6th and 7th Aves. daunted by an enemy which HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

may use firearms, night sticks,
Hours for Monday, Tuesday, water hoses, dogs or electric SERVICE $45.00 WEEK GUARANTEED
and Wednesday will be 12 noon3 prods.
p.m. and 4 to 7 p.m. Breath- William Pinder, Sr.
Ing tests will be offered to per- When the cause victory Professional Piano Tuner Boys and girls, neat appearance, any high school In
sons 40 year of age and over. will come as surely; as the And! Repairer Dade County. Need 10 from each school. Report
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday morning sun, for God has decreed -
locations only the advent of both. 1935 N.W. 153rd St. Saturday morning 10 a.m. to 815 NW 48th Street.

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Offer ,ClassesThe sponsoring a shift dress danceat
ThursdayContinued the Big Bamboo Club in Hal
Adult Homemaking Education Broward landale Saturday night, June 29L.{ ..--
E.t ti i Division of the Dad e from page 1 Music by George Johnson.
County Public Schools is offer- President Irvin Klpnls; Trea- County
ing to all adults 12-week
News The Carver Ranches Fire Department
surer Herbert Wallach and -
courses in Plain Sewing, Ad- will hold its
members' Frank M. Buchanan, regular
vanced Sewing, Home Decorations Women'gTailoring ,J Lyle Roberts, Dr. W. Stanley )toyWalter meeting July 1 at the Cham-
Weinkle and Leonard E. Trels- Bowe ber of Commerce Building at
Basic Foods, and Furniture Reupholstering .
ter. I 8:30: p.m.The I

The new savings and loan association
Homemaking classes will be I will provide home VFW Post No. 8195 will
: held In the following centers loans to Negro and white alike u hold its regular meeting Sun-
tember beginning 20.July 1 through Sep at a reasonable, fair rate, per- The Carver Ranches Fire Department day,. July 7, 6 p.m. at the
mitting home financing at mod is sponsoring an ex Chamber of Commerce Build-
., J. E., Scott Homes, Mondayand erate cost, a "first" for many cursion to Blmini, on Labor ing, C. B. Blount, Commander.
Wednesday, days and even- Negroes. It will also offer a Day. Tickets are on sale at
Ings. fair dividend on savings to all Bowe's Barber Shop, Days'
depositors.Says Cleaners and many other bus- Jordan Fleming has movedto
Orchard Villa School, Mon- Bowe's Barber Shop No.2,
iness places in Carver Ranches.
President Ward, "Over
day and Thursday evenings.J. .
: and above our main aim to Walter Blatch, president. 5432 Pembroke Road.
R. E. Lee School, Monday I conduct a fair and competitive
evenings. savings and loan associationhere

Rev. E. R. Ferguson, pastorof Liberty Mon- at Roosevelt we also ex
Square Project pect 'to achieve other importantends.
Beulah Missionary Baptist day and Thursday evenings. NOW RENTINGMotel
'Church wishes to thank the
Home Missionary Board of the North Dade School Tuesdayand "One is to encourage thriftin
church, congregation, and Wednesday days and even- the Negro community, by
friends for the warm spirit by ings. means of a comprehensive educational Hannah
which they helped him cele- program. Another is
brate his 9th anniversary, their B.tT. Washington, Mondayand the entirely practical advan-
warm spirit and love has been Tuesday evenings. tage of providing white 'collar
exhibited with many fine gifts I I Frank C. Martin, Tuesday and executive Jobs for Negroes;' MODERN NEW BUILDINGS
and;. tokens. Special thanks to evenings. for the first time, in the area
Mrs. Sally Woods, Thelma of finance."
;Pringle and Clay Ellen Godboltfor Mays High, Tuesday evenings.
a warm afternoon luncheonat Bethel AME Church, Wednesday 631-45 N. W. 32nd St.
the Mayflower Restaurant evenings.J. j
foodwere Thank YouThe
where delicious dishes of jI
served during a round- W. Johnson, Wednesday I
table discussion and planningfor evenings. Pink Carnation Circle Midway between Miami and Liberty
the up-building of our human Miami Northwestern, Mon- wishes to extend their sincere ,
race. Let your light so day through Thursday.For !thanks to all the many friends CITYi
,shine before man that they may further information call I for their support at their sec-
see your good works, and glorify Miami Northwestern Senior ond anniversary program and i t
your father which is in nea-I High School, PL 45491. King and Queen contest. C. C.
ven. Thanks. Miller, president. Rooms, Completely. Furnished oj

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