Group Title: Miami times.
Title: Miami Times
ALL ISSUES CITATION THUMBNAILS ZOOMABLE PAGE IMAGE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028321/00709
 Material Information
Title: Miami Times
Uniform Title: Miami Times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: July 6, 1963
 Subjects
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028321
Volume ID: VID00709
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 2264129
isbn - 0739-0319

Full Text
Killing, Suicide Wipe Out Family '



-
Grim tragedy struck Rich- It was Impossible to fix the A&M University, and was a tary of the school had called have occurred about midnightor
mond Heights Wednesday when sequence of the deaths until physical education Instructor at her trying to reach Pogue after soon after.
tt couple: tooth school teachers, an autopsy Is performed, said Lillie C. Evans Elementary he did not show up for work
and ihelr two children were Metro Investigators. They alleged School In Liberty City, In the summer recreation program The Pogues were described
fouhd! shot to death:! Ih the bed* that Pogue killed his family by friends as a quIet family 'w
room of their} home, then shot himself during a His wife was the daughter of whqjs0 meti happy. They attended
Violent quarrel. N. A. Cooper, 63, a Hallandald "I knocked on the door, but the AME Church fcj the Ii'com
Sprawled together betweenthe
grocer and also a graduate ofAMTJ got no answer, she said. "So I
beds of Thomas Jr., 12, and The boy lay on one bed, a red F She was a teacher of got Mr. Edmonson next door a
their daughter, Igertlon, seven, bicycle leaning against it. The Spanish at, George W. Carver and we went in. I ,walked is -4h' v is report- i
were the bodies of Thomas A. little (girl lay on another bed High School. down the hall to the bedcoo. ; have sa his daugh- II I
Pogue 39, and his wife, Venola, across the room, still clutching and there they were." once asked Lot, to sign r
35, of 14015 Jackson St. a big doll. He was shot In the Mrs. A. J. Shootes, 14001 eN properr to her, ,
Across Mrs. Pogue lay a .22 head and the girl in the Hack. Monroe St., and Henry Edmonson "I heard from the bed/ooh ," ayin "iIe'11 o get 1U:* ,
calibre rifle. At least half a The woman had been shot 14025 Jackson St., Edmonson said. "She wing ;$
dozen cartridges were scattered in the chest and Pogue in the of the Pogues, neighbors 'Oh no Henry, oh, no! Police d an ty vodka',
around, two of them in the side of the head.A bodies about noon. children." the on a able ands' '
kitchen and two more In the native' of Sumter, S. C. pty beer b a rash bas-
hall, Pogue was a graduate, of Fla. Mrs. Shootes said the secreA The deaths are believed t\ k

J

1 e
(;

f -




I


r


-
... J TE nORA MUTANTUR ET NO8 MUTAMUR IN ILLIB 'a' "
"' "" "'= The Times arc Changed:: and we are .Changed With Them 'r' '


40th YEAR No. 45 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1963 16 PAGES... '10 CENTS




' 9 Policemen To Sue City Many Attend Roosevelt Savings Opening ''if; I



bl-raclal crowd of several Scores of spectators, all in and Roosevelt Chairman of the
For Detective RankThe hundred enthusiastic Miamianswere happy holiday mood, Jostled board, emceed the program, ''I
on hand Thursday to help each other good-humoredly for highlights of which Included:
celebrate a rousing Fourth of a better view of streets Ide activities Invocation by Father John
Service July opening of the Roosevelt outside Roosevelt's Kiernan, representing Bishop
Civil
Miami Guilford, Kenneth Jones, Archie Savings & Loan Association, headquarters at 6015 NW 7th Coleman Carroll who Is in
Board voted 3 to nine 1 Tuesday I McKay and Charles Carroll. first fully integrated institution Ave. Rome for the Pope's coronation*
against promoting Negro chartered by a Southern state two stirring solos by Miami
plainclothesmen to the rank of I Festivities began promptly at $
educator and ,Mrs. Bertha
detective. noon with a parade of two live singer,
ly state champion bands, The Sharpe Jackson, a brief welcome -
The board said the City I Goldcoasters and The Vanguards to the financial com-
Charter provides that all pro- who later took their munity by Jack Gordon, Dade
motions shall be by examina- places out front as The Gold- County School ,Board memberand
tion. coasters' all-girl Color Guard president of Washington
'\
,
presented the flag with dedica- Federal Savings &: Loan and a
Attorney for the nine men tion by Emorv Gibson, Fifth response from Roosevelt Vice- '
said he would take the case to District Chaplain of the Veterans President Garth Reeves, editorof :
court. '' of Foreign Wars. I the Miami Times.
The plainclothesmen con Colorful red white and blue President/Elmer/ A. Ward-and ,-
tended they have been doing festoons bedecked Roosevelt! other members of' the 12-man' ;

detective work without being making n patriotic frame for the Integrated board, of directors:
given detective rank. s were introduced to the audlehce
,, official riboon-cuttlng ceremony,
d number
as of
were a prominent
'ti 4h performed by Miami City Com
said they entitledto church
They were missioner Aronovitz and civic dignitaries;
Sidney
,
promotion under a sectionof who. attended the ceremonies. t
in for Robert
standing
the Civil Service code which ,y{ / Mayor A benediction offered by the
that employee holdinga yA King High. Appropriately, even Rev.
McDowell
says any 'YY the ribbons were red, white and Henry was fol-
Job assignment for four years ti blue. lowered by a stirring; finale ,
shall receive permanent statusin by both bands.I.'I.
that position. Crowds surged through the Free refreshments followed ,,
in the footsteps of the program, and free prizes t
Commenting on cor.dlet f I! between dignitaries and officials participating were dlstributd to the specta-
the charter requirement in the program, which tors, who remained 'to use
and the civil servlc* I we, Board r ,qnW emanated from within the Roosevelt facilities and meet t''
Executtve Secretary Robert : premises, with loudspeakers with the officers and personnel
Richmond Bald!, "This Is a very carrying the sound outdoors, until the regular 4 p.m. closing
muddy field. It Is very possibleIt A1 W 14v4'r to streetside audiences at the time.
will have to Us settled In 7th Ave. main entrance' and to . Roosevelt's regular tfuniness!
court.;' h, r a K those assembled in the large hours, effective immediately,
parking lot at the rear of the are: Monday through Thursday, a li'
Among the some of ( I
group detec- building. 10 a.m.p.m.., Friday 10 a.m. i
Avliom..; _have worked as Attorney John B. Orr, Jr., 8 p.m. and Saturday: 0 a.nv2 '
tives as many as 13'years with- former State Representative noon. bl

out being promoted or properly \,. ..
compensated are Ernest _ $*t. r'' :. ',,: : yj . i

Ralph White, B. J. ': : .
Hayes,
)'

CITY ADMITS $ Integrated Bank For F-" '




t GOOF IN REPAIROF _: ; _ I New York's Harlem. .. : ..

SLUMBUILDING Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Harris faculty In the science Dept. Ii ,
5240 NW 30th place, announce I The bridegroom-elect .is a NEW YORK A group of i I
.
the engagement of their daugh graduate of Hampton in architectural Negroes and whites have applied MATHERS > *fr..' = ,
ter Irene Valerie, to Gordon H. engineering. A former to the federal government
Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ev-: college instructor, he Is nowa for a charter for a new nation BROTHERS GIVE l
City Building Director U.JS. erette P. Jones, King and member of the Concrete Engineering al bank in Harlem. ...
Ferenclk reported Monday that Queen County, Va. Firm of Concrete UP SLUMSeven
the city ,erred In granting a Structure Inc., Richmond, Va. The bank would be the firstIn
building permit to allow rebuilding The bride-elect is a graduate and also a practicing architec- New York State with Negro two-story frame buildings
and expansion of a of Hampton Institute. She Is tural designer.The leadership. long declared unfit for
burned-out rooming house in a presently a member of the wedding Is planned for human habitation' br': Miami'sNeighborhood ""If4.
Brownsville Jr High School August 31. There is one Nqgro-operated Rehabilitation
area.
dense slum
saving and loan association, Department have been ,sold'to .
The director said that an administrative Carver federal':tot:Harlem. the School Board for an 9&H8 ,
employe In the mortgage note and $1,966.89
The application was filed paVe
building department :wrote the i with the controller of, the cur ing Hen. '
the extensive
permit to allow Policeman Shot in Family FightA
work on the nonconforming rency. The controller Is author. The slum property .belonged
building because he was misin- Ized by Congress to charter and to Sen. George Smatner and '
formed on the rules of proced- Coral Gables policeman was Clark had Jones in a bear hugat regulate national banks. his brother Frank president of

shot In the right shoulder with the time. Among the organizers of the Miami Beach First- Nation. ->> .,

ure.The city will allow the repairs his own gun by a 28-year-old Clark then pulled his gun and proposed Freedom NationalBank Bank. 1'

on the lbutgthe, be Negro Friday night after officers .shot Jones. Both men were reported are baseball Jackie Robinson Samuel, the The tenements'.stand on a lot
completed he said, addition broke up a family' fight at former player; 2Offeet" In the 660
will have to tte torn : In satisfactory condition.Jopes' R. Pierce Jr.,. a Republican block of NW 18th St 'jet
220 Frow Ave. and former judge of 'general ,
4
down. pregnant wife, Lois, across the ctreet from Booker ,
sessions
Wedged between other wooden Lee Jones, a Californian in called the police and complained T.They Washington will be demolished at a. \

buildln;en a narrow lot at toW1t attend his father's that her husband was tryingto Other organizers Include Dun cost of$1350) to ,the board;; ri
712:N: / urt, the structure funeral, snatched a pistol from take an' 18-month boy from bar S. McLaurtn, alawyer and I
and .Once, cleared ,''
the the
joct<L remilltfrom. group's correspondent 'property
*
was the holster of Officer Lewis the home. An hour after the
retired will be used *
The Herald reported Irving B. Altman a forparkingduNnschool : ;
floor. Tne w 'roof UW, forbids such building Meta, 26, police said, and shot shooting,. Mrs. Jones was rush !, vice president of,the Merchants. hours ,and as a play- ,1Triple

him although Officer Harcourt ed to the hospital in labor. I Bank of New Xork....( groun;:at other timcs.r.* >' ..
: ,JJ +






'_' -__._- --- -___ __--A...._



1' -,
.. _ .
, .. _ .
'_





THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. .1 I I.inn Florists To Meet In Buffalo


PAIGE 2 SATURDAY' JULY 6, 1963 - party In I The president of FA is William .
acquainted
The Statler Hilton Hotel I and' a get Business sessions O. Perry of Miami The

Buffalo, will be the the afternoon. on Mon-. host chairman Is Horace
Five Founders to Attend . headquar-I will be opened
ters for the day morning with a breakfast I Thompson of Buffalo .
1st Association, Inc., 11th annual meeting. The highlights of the -
Zetas Are Coming July meeting July 14 to 17 and' meeting will feature a design
"
will attract florists from every The school. Tour to Niagara Falls /1 f8: .. ...,..........,.... section of the country. Canada. A reception fea-
theme of the convention Is and Walter J. Mahoney Majority ::1 J'.n"iPT: g
14 For 43rd Boule "These Changing Times." turing Leader of the Unite ..h. ""Ii"I'I .,'.

The convention will open States Senate, as ........."' in Ilort'dJ

'More than 500 delegates and cheon. Invited press; 2:30: -Business with worship Sunday July 14, the election of officers.

visitors will the session, reports from ap- . ... _._ .__ -. u.....
converge upon 8:00- .. ..... .. '' ''.,' ";<""Wt' .,. 7'r'! S.S:s.'lr';.. ?
't
national officers; : : :' : : 1
Magic City July 15. The occasion pointed : : }: ; :: r, iln}
Is the 43rd anniversary Public meeting, "With Focus on JrN1Ff .E Od{ : N ,;'1< ( hf.% 1
:
Boule of the Zeta Phi Beta So. Africa"; Alpha Hayes Moore ...if'ff: """ rltt O.M W'r' :} TO, R ,,.; '...:...h',, '..,....;(:":,,.<,,-x""s,..(..-... "*>: ,,'''Ijo" >,"<,, .....,. I
rority, Inc. The theme, "Africa'sChallenge production, "The Omnipotence"and "b: 7> ..L.., '-" """
to the Women of choral renditions from
America," has been treated in other works. Returnees of Peace

decoration and program by the Corps from Africa. Scholarship.
Miami Zetas hostess chapter for presentations. Presentations local

the occasion. All programs will dignitaries, etc.
be held at the Municipal Audi- Thursday, July 18, 8 a.m. -
torium in Bayfront Park. Early Risers' Clinic. Under-
graduate hour, Soror Lawanna
Mrs Arizona Cleaver Stem- Hacker Ivey, 3rd Life Members' ,
x ys
- 'emeritus.'of .the<'sorority and'the Soror Esther Peyton, chairman;
four other founders will Join 12:30: Lunch; 2:00: Business
Dr. Deborah P.: Wolfe, the : session7:00; : -:- Sorority banquet.
Grand Basileus (president) in I Awards: night. Xas

the- myriad activities of' the : Friday, July 19 9:00: a.m.- ; ;1.
Boule.,,Dr. Wolfe' Is chief'of,education Business session for all committee
.; House of Representatives reports;;'12:30: Lunch; 2:00: _
Washington,' D. C. Election. All offices vacant; _
10 Bon Voyage Ball. Crown- .,
Local 'Zetas are completinglast iv.'M1RAJR ih yMKN, 4' ', E
Ing of Zeta Queen and Princess. '
minute plans for the event. '
Invitations are being mailed to Note: Courtesies include: Cars
patrons and friends of the Sorority by Sheehan Buick, Royal Crown t9 i
for the Bon Voyage, July Cola, Florida Citrus Commis-
19. 'Special invitations are also sion, City of Miami, Rev. H. C.
being sent to young 'bachelors McDowell for African Art dis- .
In the area for the Balt-A-Dait play, flowers for national offi- era,
party sponsored by the Phi cers: Florida Chapters and
Beta Sigma Fraternity in honorof Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, MI-
the visiting Zetas. ami Amicae, etc.

.
{ '
R rJq
Everyone in Miami and sur-
Y '
rounding: areas is invited to witness Senior CitizensIn Cxd rMKF r 9>!a4" r4 '

the two public programs 4, "
sponsored during the occasion. Good HandsMetro .
The first program is sponsoredby !
the local chapter July 15 at Dade County Senior
8 p.m. An "African Phantasy" Citizens board had their first a
featuring the local and state meeting Monday, July 1. Firston U'

talent and national personalities the agenda was election of _
will be special guests on officers. Martin ,1. Adleman of
this program. North Miami, chairman; Mar-
cel Property of Miami, vice '
chairman, R. C. Beckman, Hialeah } a { Y, N C r '

secretary. ;"
The board consists of 15 ..r
members and are as follows: : ,.(
?<
Martin M. Adleman, Dr. C. R. It
; Andell, R. 0. Beckman, Jack ,
< Bell, Mrs. Florence Blakely,

Louis B. Cannon, Judge Meyer ". '
Cherkas, Louis Duncombe, Max i : }: i
; : a } ( oak ):
Friedson
tJ.,i r William C. Herman, t s:j.;.:...Sestit .,,+ Xi4: ar '
Y'74k Eugene/ Mumpower, Mrs. Rose
(' Pertes, A. B. Plassoy Marcel
\. ''rTt1t Propper and II. E. S. Reeves :
+ The purpose of Metro Dade : ___

\ h, l Senior Citizens board is to do ;f\/\ ja
research work throughout Dade
;,.(t' 1 : : > ,
1's' County and give research of : \ .
.,"ii i\\ re ; k
.
1J.\. ferral work. Also how f' r' f1 : : .. ; }x t' ,
.h (f __ they .4' a t<' fs: ,, '> *. .; if: : t'
'1 }J can Improve housing and rec \ .: '',' ,: ," :ts''l. t :sY' ,i" ..' ' f.\d til"q.: !
'fi'J. it / } : ", #: f" . ,, : > / \ :' N ,. !;. ; ),!>Y:r : >, : "
) r \ Jf: ;.'.., reational conditions for the j jjf; ... ., ,," ."'. ,s. "' < .. .t \"tJ': \ ,j., :t" .'Q. <. t>"' i'h', ,., "*'.'!-i$. :", ". ';:" t'K< <. :ti .,"" .
\ " ? j.r. '
/ : < : "
'
:t \ "'r'_ Senior Citizens of Dade. They ., , : \-i 10''. ',W h "". .'... Q ,. .,* : : : to; f' $ ;"' :
( lt }: :3 : axe. : fj. Yi. < 't3W/ ,1 \ t4l"Jht nx t,! a s
t t t\f: dt tl, also make, .:'t' )" , . _. .1'. \ ,, s.t, , $ '.., >,. > ,.,(ll
recommendations <: ,, 't. t. .. '
to !", ",+- : , ," .\ .AiI", .' '; ':''' ',\ ,\t ''' ',* : Nt 1<- ,, !!f {'tt'ii ,, ...
,:{f.t>>Mt) 'ee., ,. County Commissioners. ., : ; ' .'," ,'\.. ,'" ', ''N'W': .C';; w",. ., Ii',$ >><' > " ''' < > < ; ' '< 1" '
',"lifi, f': , .. 1U ; '. \: .. ; \ \'l' 'ii\ : ii :" :l' tit j N \\i. \ :;;;}? f t : ;(lf
;
al idixi4t;.u..w.; ++wvev..o. ". .', ,, ': ':' .. .< ... ; , t1;
.':' .. < ; Zf ) ": < 'jotf:}!:" .< > < $' \ / ,: t ''';ft !J/'k: :" :(. >'S
} ,J.... ... .,> <,x < ./ ,": ,
JUANITA W. PINCKNEY Wedding <1 j- tib'ttfs: \! :; .t"k: : ?":?$
,
:t>
d.I t".,......,. ,", <1 : , t,{j 't"1'k$7: \:.re'veln, : "h w;.;"A'"':;"s.<'"''$:<
ney Mrs.is the Juanita baslleus Williams of the Pinck-Miami Anniversary I ,..:;,...;>.,:a :;, :f .'. ..',t.x,. "' .' ., ... to ,",',"1.'f:. :r'' tw'p; ".' .1,,;,g,''<'' 31t. .1..<..",,;.t7r. : !l ":,:}' ""t%,*....Q" >'f i. .",.
Zeta chapter and Mrs. Marian CelebrationFather :.:.. }, '''t JlBILU "'.fHr ;1tt! : 1=t 1 M.t.7f=t"1

H. Shannon Is' chairman of the IIra

local Boule committee. Mrs. and Mrs. Elisha S.

Shannon is- also associate director Clarke ,Tr.,.celebrated their 15th '
of the Southeastern Regionof weddini anniversary on Sunday _
the sorority. This region will June 30. For this blessed occasion t a, yZ __ _

sponsor a special luncheon for on Monday. Julv 1, the \\ _
the visiting Zetas July 16. St. Cecelia Choir of St. An-

Program of activities for ,the drews Episcopal Church, Holly
session wood honored them with a
are:
program and reception at the
Mondavi ,July 15,- 7:45: a.m. ,Church and parish hall. The Ze\ g fa a se -f ,
9:30: Continental Breakfast, orotrram was consisted of the
courtesy Alpha Kappa Alpha: welcome bV Miss Albertha Dar- 'a
10-1:00: Registration, Munich ville: remarks by the Senior
pal, -Auditorium: 4:00: _. Execu- Warden. Solemn Ash: selection
tive meeting; 8:00.10:00: : Even- by the various, choirs! of the
Inq program '"An African "omrmmitv and the occasion by
Phantasv",. sponsored by 'the Tvan King

Miami. Zetas.< The delicious.renast was
Tuesday, 'July IB, 7:45: a.m. served'' bv the officers and members -
0:00: Continental Breakfast of the choir And members
courtesy Sigma Gamma Rho; of the Episcopal hur hmen.
R-30 Registration: 9:00 Father and Mrs. Clarke received
Ooenlnsf plenary section: 10:00-: many useful::: and beau.
Workshop Hour, "?pta School of tiful elft.- which they are very
Instruction "Know Zeta"; jjrateful.'Out1 .
1:30 p.m.. Luncheon, sponsored of town' guests were Mr.
by Southeastern Region; 2:30: and Mrs! Frazier, Bradley (1'sister

General; 'Assembly, summary ,' ami brother-in-law: of Mrs. _ _
and evaluation of workshop: Clarke1fa: dames,. Jovcelvn $ '
A--OOI'_ Balt-A-Dalt; sponsored Rurrou 'ha. Kathleen Moxev, iB S s, a ? "" s Cep
II bV 'Phi! Beta Slsrha fraternity Martha Straohan. Carrie!: Saw-

'Wednesday, July '17 -' 7:45: vera MarIe Miller and LenoraTs'vlar ""..-.._.._-yvrvvw*w.V..,_'''_Vt t '...., ........ "" .... u_
'' Messrs Edwin Ropers
a.m.-9:00 < Continental Delta Breakfast Sigma and Harry'' Nabble. We are grateful to principal, faculty, received their:I prom pictures .*,*, do to

Theta; courtesy;' 8:00': Early Risers' Father and Mrs. Clarke wantto parents and students of North Dade, between the hours of one and) 6 p.m. at

Clinic 9:00: Business session sav thank you for a wonder. Northwestern and Booker T. WashingtonHigh
renorts from 'elected; national ful event makinicr their anni- Schools for your cooperation duringthe JOHNSON OF MIAMI

officers: 12:30: ''v.m.: .;;. Conven- versary. a blessed and enjoyableone. proms. Those students who have not 409 N.W. 17th St.
tion picture; 1:00: Press Lun



'





13-Year-Old Is Roosevelt's First Customer If \


The honor of being Roose- the sidelines. Owner of a Miami How did he happen to decide
velt Savings & Loan ssociation's TV sales and repair and record to bring his hard-saved coins to
shop, Levarity, Sr., says thrift Roosevelt? I'
to
I
first customer goes
in him '
instilled at an
was
V 13-year-old Rudolph Kenneth early age by his mother who I' "Well," says young Rudolph,
Levarity Jr., of 1531. N\V 71st made mm put aside a certain "my friend at school -- William
St.. He clinched the percentage of all money he Lockhart and I were
by appearing at the Roosevelt earned or received as an occasional talking about savings and I''I
: & Building, at 6015 NW 7th Ave., gift. banks. And I decided to come II
\ two clays before the Institution to Roosevelt because I read it
celebrated its official openingon A native of Miami, Levarity was the first Integrated savings ,I iiq

Thursday, the Fourth of Sr., has two other sons. Kel- __"" ....., -........_, ",- ,...", ,_ 11
July. Clenched tightly in one vin, 8, and Keith, 5. both of if r rx
: whom to the father,
x4r1ri hand was a pouch containingthe according I
contents of the boy's coin are already savings conscious.'
i bank savings a grand totalof Says Levarity: "When I had
3 t almost $125. finished high school here, my '
savings came in mighty handy
Rudolph, who enters ninth when I decided to go North to
4t"t$ grade at Northwestern Senior college." He earned a B. S. 4 c :* : ,
High School in September, was degree at Chicago Technical
personally welcomed and aided College "
Roosevelt's executivevice I ..
by /
.If "I don't think a youngster ..
'i Paul Forand
a + president, /
t M can start saving too early' he ,
who was impressed by the adds. XL
youth's serious and Intelligent JIk.
1 w r manner as he answered ques- As for young Rudolph, his
tions nnd filled In the required future seems crystal clear to .
savings account file card, him. Asked where he'd like

-.--d..----............... and was handed, in exchangefor to go to college, and what he'd y
dozens of rolls of pennies, like to study, his prompt answer
Ellen Cooper, 14811 JacksonSt. session will include one group nickels and dimes, a savings was: "I'm going to the Univer-
., ( Carver High who will be chosen to publishthe 'passbook made out in his own sity of Miami. And I want to
School), Mann Crumbley, 1310 Leadership Development name. be a doctor . .or a dentist . .
NW 65th Terr. (Miami North- Bulletin. Another group of stu- or a pharmacist"
western High), and Josephine dents will plan, organize and When Forand commented on
King, 10535 SW 146th Terr, supervise a total recreation the substantial savings Rudolphwas Any advice for other school
...... ....
Richmond Heights (Mays High) program including sports, depositing, the youngster children? - --
have Ween chosen to attend the games, talent shows and group volunteered the informationthat "Oh, yes," the 13yearold and loan association charteredby
Red Cross Eastern Area De singing. In addition, they will he had been saving at depositor. 'Besides savingfor Florida. That's a good
velopment Center Hood Col- plan the final banquet includ- home from the time he entered your education, it's very enough reason for me!"
lege, Frederick, Md., June 30 ing decorations, entertainment seventh grade. The money good to have a savings account
through July 7. and closing ceremony. A third represents earnings from odd because it will earn dividendsfor Rudolph Jr., proud possessor I
group will complete a school Jobs such as newspaper deliv- And you never can tell" lof n Roosevelt Passwpk. left 11I
The people, all juniors ery, running errands, etc., and you. with his father '
young exhibit and develop a guide he adds. "Later on, some time the premises 't.
next September, were selectedby containing ideas and sugges- also savings from his weekly you may not get the Job you I after being presented with a I .
the faculty of their respec- tions for this Red Cross Inter- allowance. like and if you want to look handsome wallet, courtesy of
tive schools and the Red Cross national program. A final group Asked why he was saving, he around and make a change, 'Roosevelt Savings & Loan. If ",
Educational Relations Committee
for their leadership quali-- will conduct a demonstration of promptly replied: "For my college you'll be able to do that-sup his past record of thrift Is'any
water safety skills and tech- education. My dad says it's port yourself between jobs indication, he's probably busy
ties.Activities at the week-long niques taught by Red Cross. the best thing to save for." saved.because you've got money filling it right now!

His father, Rudolph Sr., who .,
accompanied the bby to Roose-

I Roberts 4th Shriner Adward NomineeCandidate I velt, nodded in agreement from Violence Costs Less Than 'I


number four In the merce. Voted outstanding COUNCIL POLLS I
Annual Shriner Scholarship foreign language student and Non-violence In Jackson Miss. '- .
Award Contest is Boswell Rob awarded scholarship to attend
erts Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilberforce University or Ohio. EATING PLACESThe NEW ,YORK Violence costs prayer on the steps of the Federal -
Demp Hill of Hialeah, who was The Shriner Award winner less than non-violcnco In Jack Building on Capitol St.,

named this week because school of __ :::..%..:.':..;;:..:..y -.'- 1 Community Relations son, Miss., a national magazine Negro and white demonstrators C
his outstanding high Council sent out 572 letters and reported this week. were recently, given sentences
scholarship rating. questionnaires to eating placesof ranging up I to $200 and six ,,;.
Like the other nominees named I'r all types In Dado County as For kneeling and saying a months In jail. i j
young Mr. Roberts presented .; ; they are listed in the telephone
a high average plus having _ directory. Eating places In Miami The current issue of Look:
received a number of awards Beach were excluded because Too Magazine contrasts this sen-
and nominations the past four they are thought to be Little Girls Are tence with that given a mem-
years. 4 desegregated.As ber of the Jeering white mob-

As salutatorian of his gradu rJ'- of June 17 one week after Sexy Too,, Soon that poured catchup and lunch salt
during
over Negroes a
ating class at Northwestern mailing, we have had a 17 per.
Jackson.
This
sit-in In
High School, Boswell RoUerts cent response. Of our responses American mothers, accordingto counter II
completed his high school work 75 percent ,serve Negroes always the current issue of The Sat white racist, Benny Oliver, 20r
receiving one of the highest or sometimes; and of this urday Evening Post, are rushIng was convicted of kicking a Negro -
honors possible. A few of his 4 :k,s. 75 per cent, 09 I percent serve ( their daughters into sexu sit-in during the riot.
other accomplishments Include: them always. Of the 25 percent ality. Eleven, twelve and 13-
The Carver Currie Award for who responded that they never year-olda are permitted to date, Oliver's sentence: $100 and 30 ,
highest rating in math. Certain serve Negroes only one of them wear earrings, makeup and days In jail. lie 1 is out on appeal -
cate of Merit for maintaining! was in the down town Miami tight clothes. .
38 of a possible four point av- area. Nineteen per cent of
erage. Two Honor Awards from these were unwilling to bo iden "Mothers are robbing their :,
the Junior Chamber of Corn- tified and crossed out or muti' little ''gitls of natural emotional
lated and making girlhood
the Identification num- growth '
ber. grim and calculating' said Mrs. / Q
Cleo housewifeand .
Girl Scouts to DanceAt In one case the response was mother of three young
objectionable because of pro- children. Yesterday's little girl, ,
NHS GymJuly will be named at the Shriners fanity and lewdness. she added In the Post article, 'r
13 is the day Grand Ball Thursday night,
exciting wan permitted to play grownup -
when all Scouts and friends will August 22, at Miami's Bay- with her mother's permis- c
"Swing and Sway" with Rocky front Auditorium. Spend $2 for freedom sion, and realized that she was : .
Rollins from WFUN who's gon Tickets for ,this affair are only playing. "But today's little ?
na "rock" the house and bring now on sale at, North's Travel NAACP MembershipDrive female is not playing. It Is for
'em In! Agency, Miami Times' 3rd Ave. real and make no mistake shout +
There'll be Hully Gully and office, the Gift Shop, Hampton is now on! It."
Bacon Fat, Hitch Hike, Bossa House lobby or, contact anyone
Nova and all of that. So come of the contestants. .- - .................... \t /
in "fresh" and leave a little ,
- " NEW HOME FOR FLORIDA LIVING
"damp." Let everyone know -i----* *-* *- *- -*--s- - 'f

you're dancing 40 to camp. RUG CLEANING 3 large, spacious bedrooms, 2 bath, garage
On July 21 In just about three electric kitchen
weeks, 32 girls plan to leave 9x12 OWNER AT AUTO I
for camp Winding Creek. They Rug
haven't quite reached their 1388 NW 55th St. with extra corner lot
"overhead/, this Is their ef WASHED &: DRIED $2.98 Open 35 p.m
fort to raise the needed bread. DYED $7.98 to 25 Ib.. WE FINANCE BUILD TO SUIT Liability InsuranceNEW

The place: Miami Northwest. 1452 NW 58th Terr. with extra lot
FREE PICK UP AND
ern High School gym, 7007 NW LOW RATES
12th Ave., 8 til 11. The fee: Ten Cash paid! for lots and home
nickles, 5 dimes or 50 pennies.So DELIVERY NEED MONEY? SEE $107.00 YEARLYTo
'. . walk a block ridea ( and from work)
Baron JE 8-1340;
mile. Come one, come alL NE 4-1948 With good driving record
Don't be left out! Join the a e .
Scouts and have ball.
a BANK FINANCING !

on the STAGE every I $17 Down Payment r

TV SERVICE AND SALESPL WEDNESDAY at 9 p.m. 9 PAYMENT. e PLAN.

1.8381 JIMMY REEVESAND Hll.22 Filing

We do not give free e.timatea-Honelt estimates '
We
than other doingcomparable RIB can Insure
I require work. Our prices are lower you
good work. We repair, ell and rent "Parade of Talent"
Gulf Fire And
work guaranteed. Free delivery. -
TV radio, hi-fi's. Our MUSIC BY

FRANK WILLIAMSand Casualty, Inc.

I JOSEPH SCOTT THE ROCKETEERS w '. 1552 NW 54th St.

AUTHORIZED FACTORY TV REPAIR & SALES See Greater Mami'ft Star of Tomorrow OX 81231WEEKDAY8'

'923 NW 62nd Street PL 1.8381 And) double feature screen how I 8:30 5:30 1},

SAT. 9-1 :,
i

,



-



.
" ". .
., .
. ,'


... ..... ..
-
treated by some, but he I
inhumanly
THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. lets Imprisoned, fighting tie bsi he can, knowing BROWSIN'By
JULY 6 1963 remains courageous, all the
PAGE 4 SATURDAY that some day he will becfame a citizen, enjoying PAUL HENRY

rights that any other race enjoys. Ik gggyyo'L: -:- MiaiJJrSlSVyySi'SAggB

his mind on Wallace of Alabama
These are thoughts that surely occupy I Governor
promises a forceful stand
this Fourth Day of July. It will meet I I against' Integration of elemen-
The Civil Rights Bill is before Congress. I tary schools. Governor you are
with stiff opposition, but let us hope that it will survive, hurting Instead of upholdingthe

amendments.Ye dignity of your state.
perhaps with some F
N. K. 8IGI8MUND REEVES Editor and Publisher and l:
Savings b Four Negro
Roosevelt -
the
Editor
c. REEVES Managing congratulates
GARTH Editor
How td ;,.'
much success in its youths held un John-
for it
Member of the Associated Negro frees Loan Association, and hopes cons Biscayne' Blvd. restaurant, ':

Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Aseoclatlonsvi1sCrI'TION chosen field.Publishers'. got $340 t ten stole 1 A w trtatt's '":
purse while .she,, was Wd l king .
RATES with two men In ah adjdining: /
ONK YEAR B.OO SIX MONTHS $8.0O FOREIGN '6.00 parking lot., ;

In w **txl as Second Class Matter August 9, 1027, at the Post Offlct ,
at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1870 Detroit When school opens In September
there will be four new sub- :
Main Offlle at 674O N.W. 15th. Avenue-Phone OX 1.0421 I district offices. This should .:
'Branch at 1112 N.W. Third Ave., Miami Florida-Phone FR 82286 prove convenient for those living !

"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" Convention Best YetNegro these districts.
that America can best lead the world
THE NEGRO PRESS believe Taxes and more taxes, but
racial and national antagonisms when It accords: to every man decided '.
ftpm that
regardless of rave, color or creed, his human and legal rights Hating: newspaper publishersfrom was the banquet in the Grand your the state Legislature needs $170 million "-
uo man, rearing; no man-the Negro Press strives to help every man across the nation are hailing Ballroom on Friday night when this than was needed
Is held year
more
In the. firm belief that all men are hurt as long as anyone the 23rd annual conventionheld Gov. George Romney told the last year. Therefore they taxied ','
bm*. last week In Detroit as the newsmen: "Civil rights is not a cigarettes, liquor repairs on 'e
best organized and conducted In partisan affair in Michigan"and radios
refrigerators
television ,
,
autos, -
ROOSEVELT SAVINGS & LOANOn the history of the National he is proud of the state's stoves admission Id '
Newspaper Publishers Association record in this area. tracks theaters, bowling
Roosevelt Savings and race p
Monday of this week the 6015 Mayor Cavanagh told the pub- alleys! 'and perhaps things we

Loan Association opened for business at its home, Host for the meeting: at the Ushers that Detroit has emerged ; can't even think of. One thingIs

:NW 7th Ave. and many patrons and visitors looked over Sheraton Cadillac Hotel was as a city leading the battle certain we will have to pay
institution. Publisher L. M. Quinn and his against racial discrimination. He them.
the new Rudolph Levanty Jr., great staff of the award-win- said the NNPA sessions were Some folks will be getting an
made by
The first deposit was Tuesday ning Michigan Chronicle. being held at a "high point inDetroit's increase in salary, others get
13-year-old.,son of :Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Levarity. history." nothing. Even though they
Wednesday many others opened accounts at Discussion and panels high- work for the same county.
and' llghed the three-day meet. "Just last Sunday the mayor
Roosevelt. The theme was, "The Negro said, "Detroit showed the nation -
took place on Press Freedom's Promise." and the world that men of Ronald Fine has been chosenas
opening
However, the gala official goodwill no matter what chairman of the newly appointed -
Thursday, July 4, when 'the ribbon was cut by the presi- Among highlights of the meet I their color can band together seven-man Urban Renewal -
the association Elmer Ward and Miami Commis- ing was the Budwelser lunch- peacefully to protest the stifl- Agency. The director will
of
dent
eon when Joseph Ross, presi- ing evil of prejudice. receive a salary of between $12
sioner Sidney Aronovita. dent of Federal Dept. Stores, and $15,000.
The ceremony included dedication of the American electrified a group of 200 witha "More; than 125,000 Detroit

flag and the flag of the state of Florida ,by Emory Gib- stirring) civil rights speech. marched down Woodward with In New Zealand 23 killed in a
Chaplain of Veterans of Foreign Wars.. Another great speech came the Rev. Martin Luther King plane crash. In Rochester NY,
son, Fifth District furnished from Mal Goode of CBS at the This was a freedom march that seven die In airliner shortly
bands
The Legion and Foreign War Veterans Coca-Cola luncheon on Friday. must have: stunned the skepticsand after take off.
musiv The all-girls: Color Guard also participated in the Biggest event of the meeting puzzled the prejudiced."

ceren;bny. -" .J In Miami a man killed his
wife, two children and himself.
Beautiful flowers from banks and well-wishers Must have been tired of life.

brightened the occasion.The Miamians Entertain
invocation was pronounced by Father John William (Bill) Littles is now
: driving a new New Yorker -
'and.tfie benediction'by the Rev. Henry McDowell.
Kiernan says it's the Madam's car.
Notably the formal' opening of this institution took

place;on the')87th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence Author James Baldwin Visiting this week In Miamiare
Mrs. Kenneth and
Rogers
States of America.
of ,the: United . dauchter. Emilv of Nassau..
-
Aoout w ivuamians gatheredat Baldwin said the American Bahamas:
Orr
in the address of John B. I
This event was noted the home
of Dr. and Mrs. J. icpuUIic lived for a hundred
Jr., chairman l of the board of directors.! O. Brown last Friday evening years with the myth that the Stephen Bogle known among
Other speakers] included Jack Gordon, president of to have dinner and listen toAmerica's Negro was "happy in his place." his friends as 'Panama", after a

Washington Federal Savings and Loan Association; As- of the day most- James prolific Baldwin.writer I I "Now," he said, "it is sur- visit. to Kingston, Jamaica, is

sistant Comptroller 'George Roller, Commissioner Sidney The controversial writer's prising that the myth Is un- vacationing at the Hampton
House. Panama is well known
Aronovitz, Mr-.' l Elizabeth Virrlck, civic enthusiast, and words flowed fast and easy as true. figure around the hotel a Emerald
of'the association. he tackled the problems of the I I
Garth>,C. 'Reeves,.vice-president I day from the Black Muslims Beach at Nassau.

Miami now boasts of two integrated savings and loan i to the Kennedy administration. Autherine Lucy
Mrs. Frances Jollivette has
associations. Baldwin was flown to Miami Has Twins
changed her Frances
to
name
Ye Editor' is",reminded of The Miami Times motto: I from Puerto Rico where he Is Chambers. The event took placeon

"Tempora mutantur et nos 'mutamur in illis." completing a play to appear on Autherine Lucy now Mrs. July 2. Mr. Chambers is a
.I I the channel 7 Florida Forum Hugh Foster Jr., wife of a Bap- school teacher In Baltimore.The .
Yes, how the times ha changed. in Miami I And TV program beamed every Sun- I tist preacher gave birth to
how"0 things have.'changed.. with them ; for the better, of day. twins .Angela and Lawrence II) Brooklyn Dodgers replaced -
.
.... in Houston.
.. the St. Louis CardinalsIn
*'" Some of his
course: comments were: Seven years ago, she was first
place In the hot National
Looking back, we recall two or three attempts' atestablishing BLACK MUSLIMS : the first Negro: to enroll at the League pennant' race. How-
: savings and' loan associations in MiamI. They have made tremendous inroads University of Alabama. She was ever don't ignore the Giants or

ended in failure. 'Ye'' Editor was on the losing side in two in Negro thought. "It is almost expelled by the University's the Cards. They are always
impossible!
to be an trustees after a mob routed her pennant minded..
of them.. American Negro and not have from campus. She abandoned a r

However, they' ,were! _' days when. there was little or with some the emotional Black Muslim identification move- court fight when she married. planned A mammoth for parade is'Wash-being
a march on
protection for 'your money. ment. The only way to elml- I
no ington on August 28. There will
In 1932 'President BJ. D. Roosevelt ordered all banks nate he added the black, "is supremacy to group, CIVIL RIGHTS probably be 100 organizations

closed for ta,time. He then saw to it that laws were pass- situation that produced eliminate It. the LEADERS MEETA participating of course it's

ed whereby' the Federal, Government would guarantee i an integration march.

savings in any Federal Bank or loan association up to have WHITE all the LIBERALS proper _attitudes"They "summit meeting" of five Lots of zip and zingo on theairwaves

$10,000 per person. A man ;:and, his, wife, could deposit but no real convictions. When civil rights leaders met In New Monday night when
$20,000 without any chance of losing ''it. the chips: are down and you York to draft "a coordinated Attorney Jack Orr, substituting

That is the protection you have today when you de- expect them to deliver some- nationwide campaign of unprecedented for WMBM's vacationing Sam
how they are no longer there." magnitude" for Gysin, had as his guests Frank
Roosevelt Savings & Loan As-
in the
funds
posit your pushing the Kennedy adminis- Buchanan, board member of
sociation or any other such federally protected banks. THE ADMINISTRATION tration's civil rights program." the new integrated Roosevelt
"The Kennedy brothers like In attendance were Roy Wllklns. Savings and Loan Dr. John 0.
Then, too, you will receive interest at 4% per cent, nlmost all white Americans, executive secretary of the Brown, vice-chairman, of CORE
componded quarterly. Not at all a bad investment. know very little virtually NAACP; James Farmer of the and Audrey Finglestein, chair-
nothing about what Congress of Racial
'" The staff of officers is pretty well known in Miami the Negro problem." This we, call he the Rev. Martin Luther Equality King; tion man of, Dade's Quality Educa

and they will be glad to serve'you regardless of race. contended is because whites Jr., of the Southern Christian Committee,

Roosevelt is the SouthV first state chartered inte- rarely visit a Negro home do Leadership Conference; Whit
not Know how the ney Young of the National
Negro lives. Ur.
grated savings and loan association. The spacious build- Even among Integrated school ban League; and A. Philip Ran A pair of Jacks won the

ing is modernly equipped and' furnished. children he said "segregation dolph, president of the Broth award-of-the-week from civic-
begins at the school door." erhood of Sleeping Car Porters. minded 'Sam. Jack Orr and Jack
The ,Declaration ,of Independence was signed in The leaders announced that,a Gordon, long time personal
1776., The following year came that most important docu- white SEGREGATION "T h e "peaceful march" on Washing friends, have Just become
American seems:: to assume ton in support of civil rights friendly competitors as Board
ment that took the writers four months to prepare' -The that I, as a Negro, live In will ;'IA\ staged on Aug. 28. Chairman of their respective
Constitution of the United, States. It was signed in Independence a segregated society. They don't savings & Loan AssociationsOrr -

Hall, I.Philadelphia.1 i live seem to' 'realize that they too, SUMMER for Roosevelt and Gordon
in TIME
.constitution we have the 22 Amendments, question segregation is . The for Washington. But that hasn't

the:"first. 'ten 'form wjiat is known as "The Bill of Rights". ance. That's apathy what and segregation ignor- Hear Chuck Grisby's skillful For halted their cooperative spirit!
is." rendition of Summer Time, a not only did Jack Gordon
The ISth 'and 14th are the most important ones to request must Every nlte at agree to give on-the-spot train-"
the Ing at ,
Satellite
r4 Lounge. Also hear Washington Federal to
1 Negroes. ,After.100.'yeers.' since emancipation,' the Negrois Moon River, Exodus, Ebbtide Dade's first Negro teller, Ken-
still 'fighting fof ers. See and hear this working for Roosevelt Gordon
wonderful but -
.He Is' loyal: he celebrates on Independence! Day' although NAACP MembershipDrive talent NOW at the Satellite.- also figures prominently In

he is'not allowed full independence. He pleads, the opening day ceremonies. at
Satellite
is Lounge Roosevelt
he demonstrates. -- : now on on the Fourth of
4 he prays, G222 N.W. 7th Ave. July
.
;( ,.


4


'
--
-



'

-. . (; ..- ..! .- . "II


1 1I


..,
12-Year-Old Boy THE MIAMI TIMES. MIAMI, FLA. 1

Shot AccidentlyRodney I SATURDAY! JULY 6, 1963 PAGE 5 ;


Brennan, 11, of 1871 "
NW 174th St., was shot In the Florida Delegation OpposesJFK's ;

chest by his 12-year-old uncle, "I
Roger Forbes Friday while Civil ClauseAccording t
they were watching TV. Rights '
The boy was rushed to Jackson -
Memorial Hospital wherehe to 'a survey made George Smathers agreed that If
underwent and was by The Miami Herald, a large owners of private businesses "
I"I in critical surgery condition. majority of the 14-man Florida should have the legal right to I
listed
"1'i/ told Metro Detective delegation will oppose the most select their, clientele, but they ,
James Roger Humbert that he and controversial feature of Presi- differed sharply on the moral II
I i
alone in the dent Kennedy's civil rights bill Issue.
Rodney were
Received a card from Leon community to work from. Forbes home at 1921 NW 68th -the so-called public accomo- Holland said private entre- ,
Lewis, who once edited the Richmond Heights Is predomi- St. when he decided to take his dations provisions.. peneurs "are entitled, both leg-
Miami Whip here for Sam Solo nantly home owners and they father's gun from a bureau The proposal would outlaw ally and morally, under our
mon is now working on a usually produce the best typeof drawer.He racial discrimination in private. private enterprise system, to /
+, paper in Fort Worth, Teas . kids to work with at said he cocked the igun and ly owned businesses that caterto decide for themselves the nature -
:i And Charles Black, Miami least, so say the teachers. when he was trying to uncockit the public, such as hotels, of their clientele."
Northyestern and Morehouse it fired. theatres( restaurants, and department Smathers replied that Americans
grad is now managing editor of Ben Danbaum, former chair- Handsome Forges, Roger's stores. have a "cherished right I ,
the Inquirer in Atlanta, Ga: man of the Bank of Miami father, said he had the loaded Dante Fasccll and to spend our' money and make
. Mayme Bondu is reported Beach and owner of the Sir gun for several years, "but I Claude Reps. Pepper of Miami are our own selections without '
. doing a good job in managing John Hotel died Tuesday night. didn't think Roger knew whereit the only two of the nine mem- government dictation and inter-
h'
: the Goombay Club In Nassau, His last business deal was to was. bers of"the Florida delegation ference.
where hubby Dave handles the deposit $10,000 In the newly Forbes said his stepdaughter, questioned by The Herald who
public 'relations for Freddie opened Roosevelt Savings & Rodney's mother, brought the Indicated that their minds were ,
r, Munnings, owner of the Cat Loan, which he did the after- boy to the Forbes home before still open on the public accomo- .'
and Fiddle Club. noon of his death. breakfast as he was to attend dations section of the proposedlaw. WANTED
classes at a summer school .
t I Hospitality during the NNPA nearby. SOMEONE to stay on with sick
The other seven said they
,
the Palm
Pasco
Reynolds meeting was all over the Sheraton For information phonePL
r Beach playboy, is recoveringfrom Cadillac Hotel. Favorite The \ttoys were left alone and would definitely oppose a federal person.
a heart attack . Benny spot between and still In their pajamas when he law on the subject. 4-5038. Ask' for Mrs. Red
O'Berry won't like this, but gathering after sessions was Hltsvllle, left for work at the SeaboardAir Sens. Spessard Holland and mond. <
folk under 21 .can learn to drive songwriterand Line Railroad terminal .
USA sponsored by - - -- -- - - -- - - -
free at Northwestern School, record publisher Benny Forbes said. Mrs. Forbes had
morning and afternoon classes Gordy in room 1108. Personable gone shopping
. Marlon Brando gave Mar- George Edwards was the man The taken place
tin Luther King $5,000 for "the in charge and certainly won a by the time Forbes arrived at LIB-CITY"
cause." . The Lorenzo Smithsof lot of friends. Other companies work. Mrs. Leanner Lamb, a
Grand Bahama had a daughter going all out for the publishers neighbor, of 1931 NW C8th St., .
Sheila, graduate from were Liggett and Myers, UAW, heard the shot and ran into the II
Northwestern last month . CIO, Chrysler and Ford Motor Forbes home when Roger call. DRIVE IN THEATRE: f
Just when will Senator George Companies.A ed her. '
Smathers and his family tear bang-up Fourth of July "The boy was lying on the
down that horrible slum across opening is most appropriate for floor, holding his chest," she OX 1-7959 22nd Ave. and 69th 'St. I'
from the BTW high school campus Roosevelt Savings & Loan this said "Roger first told me that
??? week since it is the first inte- Rodney had cut himself witha

rsident grated Association charteredby "But knife.when I cleared the blood HELD
the State of Florida or
Kennedy's kudos Southern state for that away, I saw the hole and told
for Miami as an example of any Roger it looked like a bullet
Is matter! The directors, officers, hole. Then admitted that
peaceful integration spot- Roger OVER'I
staff and customers will all be
lighted this week when Roose- white and Negro. (Rodney) got shot"Roger >
both ,
velt Savings & Loan opens Its will be held in Youth
doors patriotically enough Hall pending a juvenile court .y P.
Is Clyde Klllens and Sam Kf A ''I-
Roose- hearing, police said. '
of
on the Fourth July, RaUin getting competition in
velt is the first Mi-racial Association bidding for acts for their Knight
to be chartered by the Beat Club? The Peppermint TURBULENT
State of Florida and numbers Lounge on the 70th St. Causeway Personal MentionMiss ..
aM
7 whites and 5 Negroes on its has The Coasters and The Joan McCartney of Nas-

Board all prominent civic Andells this week, with the sau, Bahamas, spent a most en- t I .
minded citizens. For example, Chiffons coming up next. poyable week In the city with TREMENDOUS!
there's Attorney John B. Orr, relatives and friends. She was
Jr.. the board chairman, who's Mr. and Mrs. Hosea Williams the house guest of Mr. and I
father was one of Miami's best. left June 30 on their belated Mrs. Hugh S. Nixon of 1010 NW
loved Mayors and Mrs. Dana honeymoon. They were mar- 55th Terr. "
Dorsey Chapman, who's family ried March 7 by Rev. Dr. Carl '
name is perpetuated In Dorsey Yaeger. Dolly Sweeting and two S y

Junior High School, Dorsey children, Gayle 8, and Ivcrn I B<< ,
Park and Dorsey Library. Miss Mary L. Payne and Kennedy, 2, entrained Monday ) '
Arthur S. Demoritt Jr., were afternoon via Seaboard's Silver
Joined in Holy Matrimony last Star for New York City and a w rLiIAN. CNttI. m mE .'
If our teachers don't think Saturday afternoon In the pres- month's vacation. The Sweet. T35 irv ya*;
that this integrated school sys- ence of a number of their Inns of HWil NW 18th Place Tyranny aboard a holt iMp!
tem will affect them listen friends at Temple Baptist' Opa.locka, the family of Officer r 3K3W
to this. The first white princi Church Rev. L. A. Thompson, Stanley Sweeting, public relations OWARD
pal appointed to a Negro school officiating., counselor, will, share i
(Richmond Heights Junior The bride was given in marriage this! vacation period Ifctwcen II c.,I... ioih 'II sc +
High) has already selected by J. Seymour. Mrs. M.\ L. Mrs. Sweeting's two brothers,
seven white teachers to his lolJe was matron of honor and Arturo and Vincent de la Pena RICHARD P y,A
staff. No doubt he will have the George E. Rolle best man. and Officer Swect1J11 'R brother
best Negro Junior High In the A reception followed at the Urenvllle. Accompanying tho 1-1 AlIBIS Cc Uiy In Ina youth MM I

county (Negro) but we must home of the bridegroom's pa- Sweetings was Mr1 Bernice ... *"""
admit they gave him the best rents. Johnson of 16531 NW 17th PI. HUGHfKffl I
... ,,
u WOIIIOSBBBC! c AIII8 r1OII ' R RDWW 0 HIJJUM
II /- 1 ,
I ,

ftJa lIJii.aWi .

iitJIS ,.

1, MNSiONiTLCNNICOLOR'

# ..---
'c't ---
s aIONSUUW

INN-MM11.. ., ,

j4 ;T; "r-
a vi f oc. 1 ; _
PLUS '
-
t
Walt Disney's i




Bear Country ,


?W *4 > *+ .. .. = '!!. ::I

NEXT ATTRACTION

4 \


SCI h JOHN WAYNE


I'
. .
s %% i / _

"


,, 1i tCHNICoLOR' .

_____ _
r IH Q11zi r0 aSIm al l' M.mwMA .. .

CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY William 25th birthday Monday.! Jackson, Florida's a ViN ALLEN WIil11OMUO( Rr i lAAll1 alrrtwa ah .

'The youngest editor, is one of the youngest ,,,, > y !NYIdli
editor and publi.herof
Jackson, editor in America. At left to right Mrs. : : ., .
Weekly BulletinSarasota weekly, u Yvonne Brown, Miss Inez Hughes and

shown with friends a* he celebrated his William Jackson.


..
0:: '


.a.h r



'
" "
"

I i ; FOOD STORE


: N U 27th A ve. at 54th St.

NEVER CLOSED Good Thru 6th Weller's AG Store
- Prices July Only
I,,... '"- ._ ., ,.. __- . .

Cube Steak 1b69 Pork Chops Ib 490

PORK 10 LBS.
U.S.CHOICE
Chitterlings $1.69DIRR'S Rib Roast Ib 59

GRADE A LB.
Sausagelb 590MORRELL'S Fla. Turkeys 251

5 LBS. POUND
Canned Ham $3.29PRODUCE Daisy Cheese 490

.. mmmmmammmmmmmmmm ammam;:'II .'_ ...-. .,' '"","- "p(. FrozenDairy
Manor House Half Gal. FOOD

Potatoes 10 Lbs. 390 Ice Cream 49 KINGOleo
2 for 29<
3 LBS. DIXIE LILY OR SEA ALL LONG GRAIN
FARM HOUSE
Onions 290 RICE Slbs- 594 Cream Pies

DOZEN ARISTROCRATCharcoal 3 for
$1.00
Lemons .,." ,290 20 !Ibs. 890 10 OUNCE BIRDEYE
..
3 LBS. Peas
Peaches 290 Jewel Shortening, 3 Ibs 490 2 for 390

:We Cash Payroll Checks Cold Beer .At All Times *r" 24--- Hours-_....."":'.._ _DJ/IY...__
: CHEF ROBERTO
M
\ LIBBY
Pizza 5 for 49* Corned Beef
12 oz. 490
PLAIN OR SELF RISINGPiUsbury
Flour 5 Ib 490 303 LIBBY'S GOLDEN BANTAM
Cream Style Corn 2 for Z90
32'OUNCE WELCHADE
303 UBBY
Grapeade Drink 4 for $1 Whole Kernel Corn 29 2 FOR

32 OUNCE WELCH
14 OUNCE
_Fiesta Drink 4 for $1.00 DelmonteCOMPLETE Catsup 190



.



t:

- . -' ., .. ., ,I: ,jl1 -. .", -. "

t tI



I Teenage Club Gives SHE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. I tI t//

CLUB NEWS LuncheonA I SATURDAY JULY 6, 1963 PAGE.,.7 l

"'

- ., - luncheon delightful was and prepared delicious last Who Will Wear The Crown? ". il

Washington Park Cwest Club Calls Friday by the Girls Teenage r
Club at James E. Scott CenterNo. DAYTONA BEACH Anx- lock, recently satisfied their
Civic ClubThe 2. The young ladies were iously, Bethune-Cookman Col- anxiety by stating In a recent. i
Special Meeting supervised In preparing for lege alumni throughout the c(.t+nIL nlqlh from the AJuuU 5
Washington Park Civic their guests by their leader Mrs. state have been awaiting the Office: "All Bethune-Cookman I,
Club held its 'monthly meetingat Mrs. Addie Sampson enter- Franciel Marie King, recreation announcement of the 1963-64 Alumni Chapters are hereby ;
the home of Mrs. Ella Mc- tained the Cwest Club at her leader of the Dade County Park "Miss Alumna Contest. I, charged to select their "Miss I
beautiful and spacious home on Alumna" contestants immedi-
Elmurray. The meeting was and Recreation Dept. i
The National Alumni Execu-
called to order by the presi- June 15 at 8 p.m. The president, Mrs. King, who Is also a ately and proceed with vgor ,to
tive Carver A. Port- I
Secretary,
dent, Mrs. lola Crawford. Business .presided and the meeting was teacher during the Winter and plan and work! toward securing i
of importance was car- short and informative.The Fall sessions, was highly elat- the coveted crown for your ,
ried out. The club contributed of the meetingwas ed over how well the girls con- area." The contest will culmi-
purpose ducted themselves. Federation of Clubs nate October 11 at
a down payment on a Life to hear the of our Especially
report
the to be which time Miss Alumna 196361
Membership to NAACP.We who the girls are commended -
delegate represented for their neatness, personality, MeetThe will be coronated in regal
club the Federation ofWomen's
are planning picnic for at State and with
a and poise throughout the lun- elegance ,orchestral -
club members and guests the Clubs which convene cheon. and choral accompaniments -
second Sunday in July at Grey- ed in Pensacola June 16-18. The local chapter of Florida ,
nolds Park. A lovely repast delegate, Mrs. Menor Jackson, The girls deserving praise for Federation of Colored Women's i .
was served by the hostess. was unable to attend the meet. the treat are: Carolyn Clear, Clubs met at the home of Mrs. Miss Alumna will be assigneda
lag because of an accident and president; Geraldine Moss, Linda Mable McFadden. Plans were host of servants to include k.....;...
Mrs. Smith, our club mother, being bedded in Christian Hos- Bently, Annie Mae Valentine, made for entertaining the con- social secretary, lady-ln-walt- :.!"
received her belated Mother's pital and Mrs. Blanch Dean Patricia Mitchell and Barbara vention of the Southeastern Regional Ing, maid-wardroWe mitre, .,
Day gift. Next meeting at the I gave her report and Mrs. ElizaBeth Sawyer. guests of these Federation of Colored honor guard, diplomatic envoy \ '-
home of Mrs. Dorothy Brown. Curtis gave some of the young lades and culture build. Women's Clubs, Inc., which will and a livery of three chauffeurs. '
highlights of the meeting. Both ers of tomorrow were staff convene here July 28 through She will be chauffered In a
did a swell job and I am sure members of the center; Joe Holly August 3. WOS-fli( Cadillac convertible,
Knights of Pythias each one present enjoyed their Center Director, Willie Mont. power packed with push button
reports. gomery, Boys Junior Leader, Mrs. Elizabeth E. Curtis, local controls.
And CalantheOrange David Mllligan, boys teenage president, and all Federated
The hostess served a delicious leader; Itocella Fortson, girls Club women are looklnig for- Her Royal Majesty, Miss
Blossom Lodge No. menu and the service was beau shortie leader; Llllle Mad! ward to a successful convention. Bettye L. Gibbs Miss Alumna }
16 Sir Willie C. Moore, chan tiful. Grooms, girls junior leader, and More than 300 delegates from 1002-63 from Alachua County. Is I
cehor, will meet Saturday, July William H. Washington, recrea all over the south are expected. our reigning monarch and has
There five tables including
were been .
6. tion leader specializing In culture a most gracious and charmIng
the dining table each Convention will
; headquarters queen.
Ahmed development throughoutthe
Temple No.2, Votary covered with imported linen be Bayfront Auditorium. A "
Charles E. Blakeley, grand table cloths. There was sterling, areas. post convention tour to Nassau October 12 will be Homecoming -
mogul, meets r
Court No. 33, July Mrs.; Susie Margaret M. china and crystal to be seen on The girls served their guestsa by boat or plane is planned. In. at Bethune-Cookman Col'I '
each. well planned and balanced terested persons may contact lege and the Wildcats J
Hendley, counsellor will
July 8 Artis Parks, Court meet lunch. The main course was Mrs. A. E. McNeal, tour chairman host to the Wolverines at'Mor-- f(.
; No.
59, Mrs. Cornelia C. Glenn, Mrs.hostess.Daisy Benson thankedthe macaroni salad, lettuce, rad at OX 1-2114. rls Brown College of Atlanta ,
Ishes, ritz crackers and fish
counsellor meets July 11 Rose
; Guests Mrs. Nathaniel .
present: .
.
I sticks. The beverage ,
of Sharon Lodge No. 22, Sir was n spec.
Henry Smith, chancellor, meets I,I Bannerman.Colston and They Mrs.made Manatee ial mint punch. The dessertwas goodies were being/ masticatedthe Times ads don't cost
July 13; Sheba Tent No.3. timely plain cake served; with playing/ of soft but appro.
Princess Sarah D. Belle, grand remarks and expressed them- strawberry, chocolate and vanilla priate music, was highly enjoy.ed .
empress, meets July 14. selves as having enjoyed the Ice cream. While such and appreciated by all They pay!

meeting. I __
Sir and Mrs. Walter L. Belle,
I
Mrs. Susie M. Hendley, Mrs. Members present were Mesdames -
Evelyn Mapp, Patrice and Tony Mattie Barkley, Hulda
all visiting parents, Mr. and Frazier, Lucille Riou, Ruth N.
Mrs. John Bryant at 516 5th Polite, Eddie G. Daniels and
Ave., Cordele, Ga. Mr. Bryantwas Winfred Thompson. Mrs. M. p-t--- yf '"
very ill. Aathalie Range president; B. z ,
Sir Don A. Belle, reporter : Davis Slater, reporter.
.. f
--
I


FORD REAL ESTATE SPECIALS! ,


We have the largest selection of homes in Liberty

City, Opa-locka and Manor Park.

YOUR CHOICE $100 DOWN:

1-1286 NW 59th St. CBS house for 2 people p i'ruii' 1 ,

$69 month .Accomic
i
2-2959 NW 57th St. 3.bedroom house. Newly GRANDSTAND :11 Races, Friday'..&
painted. $79 month. .- '
ADMISSION } Weather)
3-3154 NW. 57th St.Nice.. clean home ,for small "
:family. $75 month 50c

'4-5729.:;NW:31.t 'Aye. 3. edr om, newly painted k
$79:month. Box Seats 60c

,5-. -843: .W64th.St.Nice home, newly painted in
I 'and out. $595 (down.

Carport, screened porch, hardwood floors. Near .
schools, shopping and'' business.
A'I
6-728 NW 61st St. 4 bedroom CBS home. Real
"Social Center the South
large rooms $600 down. Large living room, din. of > x :

ing room, kitchen, breakfast nook, large lot. Ter B ,
:
rific for rooming house or church. tI :.

7-2420 NW 55th Terr. $3,300 total price; (cash i r
only) 2-bedroom house. 60x110 lot. Will also rent I : "

this for $16 week. I i ::!
: : :
8-3079 NW 55th St. $500 down. 3-bedroom, 2 : : : ,
bath CBS home. Only 2 years old. : I
ALL-IN-ONE FABULOUS WEEKEND SPECIAL i ';


INCOME PROPERTIES LIVE RENT FREE- FOR SALE 3 DAYS AND 2 NIGHTS I !


Duplex 1601 NW 47th St. $695 down. No ONLY Per person, double occupancy J

qualifying. $1995 Until December 1, 1963 .. 4 4Here's .
Duplex 1851 1853 NW 42nd St. 2-bed I

room duplex $400 dbwn FHA what this fabulous special includes .j
4-Unit building 2-bedroom apt*. 1320 NW :
60th St. Good rental area. Attractive A11r-('ondllloned room' with bath, telephone! 1':1: .. ;

4-Unit building. 1-bedroom apts. 780 NW 55th Full use of |pool] Chaise'! )lounge Mat .. Q
St. $1,500 downAPARTMENTS 7 Course dinner Friday night-Fifth fry Friday night 0,p.m. ;
IlreakfoMt and 7 course dinner Saturday night :- :

Complimentary Martini or Manhattan or Daiquiri Cocktail .
FOR RENT with Saturday night dinner ; s V ;1'It":a '' 4

780 NW 55th St. Large rooms. No children Weiner roant and splash party Saturday night. 0 pm. l . .w-

$15 a week. Free parking Free beach bag i i
1121 NW 47th St. No children. 1 bedroom. $12 week i {
Breakfast nnd lunch on Sunday AH tip and tuxet Incl. i
1286 NW 59th St.1 bedroom CBS home. $17 week
SIGHTSEEING TRIPS ARRANGED' C'
We are open Saturday and Sunday ,.


Ford Realty Inc. Make Your Reservations Now! r i

4200 N.W. 27th Avenue Phone NE 34)611 .I

569 N.W.,54th Street PL 7.2559
.
u "41"I



,... . THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. SATURDAY, JULY 6, ig6j
PAGE 8
- -
- .
- -
- - -



.


"" .
', '
In "i'


',i Wi Hate To Brag W M But Ii



.':. ,
'
,1 '\r.''.
t
'j:
,
'
.


t 1 After 43 Years \: : ] 4t :'i. .


; . J: , .
. ,
,t ,. ) 'U.j'.

: : "t //'::, .

1 ... ..;..w." .. ... ... '-'_........_.... ,... .,.. ...,
,
'. 0";
." .
. . '
: ; : : "
"t .r't.
"; .
.: .. ,
/ "" .... .
% 'fllFROM .
; STILL PRINT ANYTHING t.K" (); :
," ,: WE ,: :, : t. .

I ...,,' .f\or.,.;.
.t"
:': '. I

H : f :. r::1, ,
oj
.
A CARD TO A NEWSPAPER ." : Hpls

;

...., :. .,, ," '., 't ': ;J ;.
,'; .
it .Ol' \ .:'"
if, 6i;;: : V

( I' :!k' .,.,,"l"And:\: ffaven'tflffssecf A Single Issue Of Your ,

.
't
''\' '.j. ',:-JI"f-,,,,:; ,. r I.; I". ,'
; : it. -: J" '

t'J'\: : '
:
_.... __ ._ < ",i'....
.
,t ::
,



I f
1
M

\ rl


: r



. .. .
.".' ,. .. ' -

.
'
.

1 ;: tJ 'P ::.1 IN 40 YEARS V

.:, :: ,. V

.....".":, 'W_4.t.....1".... .,If' .., .',, ., .. ,

4 M .w . .. ,..'. ....... .. :. . -. ..:
h
: ; f .'
,. .. ...,, . ...__ "" .: .
"" "' t',7 '::
. x: !,-", ,y .
r'. '1
M

\ ,, r'j' .' .\-'-",, .."' f' I.I 't.I J.
'


OX0421 '' ,. :' I ''I. ):: .>, ; ,I'J -: "4tti. : FR 3-2236

.
'1\.J.n,9! ; '! f. ,
.,. f.' '
.j': : /. .':".; ., \l I
.
' fr. III k. ,.
.. 1
H ,, ',11' .1.+, . \\II"
,. '
," .' ..j
'. ., . ',, ;; '. ....,' '. .. .. S. .
V'S' ..... ./ : , .4\\'Z::. I ,. I , ,. .. .S. ,
( ,
:r.. ". "/... ...:...' .' L'. ' t ' n t '" ..I '/ .<"r''''
/. ,,'/ -.: .,. ..... U f" -' .,.. .. .,.
:
j : 'f'. Mf I' ::. : ,
f ,', I ;' S ( .
:

I It
'. '

.. ... $or +..tJ


n
15



\
+ tl
/ Clyde Killent Knight ,Beat I
? & this weekend presents the (\1
j -
L v* j
Wr" SS LfJ l singing sensation .



: : i % I


V

\ % '*
f
ip& :

I IiJI



5

!! ;: i ? I,



:..
.".,. .-
.Y
{ r

s.
*
eg3 sad "24 A rtr! e +i 'La
S rj .
'BABY"WASHINGTON '




"There He It"
sr rb
Adm. Fri. & Sun. $1.25

Saturday $1.75

,;-- ......_ _JIll
4
BABY WASHINGTON ;
TEENAGE MATINEE '" I

Sunday, July 7 2-6 "p.m.
J I_ ...
( i
,.. -
4* 1963 *&-
v- L rpi \ Adult Sunday Mali-
FAWC MEET 5'I I not 6.9 p.m. The place to'

see and be seen. 'Tuesday 1
PonsacoIorFIa.FAWC nite, Amateur Nite. Thur

,t a 6vW ne ;.d....+w.i. l L Ai \" Ladies Nite.

,''\ ,', .
+
\ .
"\

ic icF f


iic t .,ft' ,;; :: / pX4

'
; : 3\1
tw'Il :' +
1 'I' A :
'.j f ,\,i''';'
,.f''
,, .t.
.
iLL .jJr'Jz ;:" .;! t, ..
t
;i I''
.. "
'
+ e.4a
+ ? 2L r.. 1 '. '., I .
nu v1 (1 iM.M _____ y'
,. :' .1". ...,.)., -4
,' ..'., , :
... I +
G tit '




,.,. ,.. ,
,}; .:. k i: ;31 I ___ 4 Clyde wishes-! to thank all

the supporters of his paid
Amateur Hour on Tuesday

.. IN PICTURESSee 6. Mrs. Louise E. Taylor, FAWC president. nites and inform. you thaton
Tuesday, July 9 admission
( Story on page 10)) 7. Miss Leah McCray, FAGC president. will be free. Also :to

1. Past presidents and presidents Mesdames Algernon 8. Officers and committee chairman FAWC. say Baby Washington will

Bolen, Lillie J. Frazier, Frances M. Welker, Alice G. 9. Officers and committee chairmen FAGC. not club appear this weekend.at any other nite
Mickens and Louise E. Taylor.
10. Delegates to 1963 meeting. V'.r- ;-."
2. Recipients of Historical Recognition Plaques: Dr.
Eartha M. M. White, Mrs. Alice Swain (who acceptedfor 11. Presidents group at Birthday Party. COMING ATTRACTIONNEXT
Mrs. Fannie A. Ponder) and Mrs. Frances M. Walk WEEKENDJuly
12. Members of the New Idea Art alnd Study Club,
er. hosts at Birthday Party., 12.13.14 r

FAWC Fashion Show. 1
3. Models for
13. Host Federation President ,
Mrs. Alyce W. Hen- Theola Kilgore
4. President Taylor presents Achievement Plaque to derson, Mrs. Reese and Mrs. Taylor.
"The Love of my Man'!
F. Malcolm Cunningham.
Attorney
14. President Taylor presents Achievement Plaqueto
5. Mrs. Mamie B. Reese, SACWC president. Mrs. Alice G. Mickens. July 19-20-21

Joe Henderson f

..
I NEA Urges- End To Racial Bias I 1 LIMITED. NUMI1KH OP e: '.

Meeting in DetioH: Michigan, creed." APARTMENTS AVAILABLE

this week, the National Educa j I dent Pat of L.the Tornilla Dade County Jr., presi-Class- 1 Year Round Occupancy
tion Association (NEA) Is being room Teachers Association pro- 4.N '
pressured by the nation's class posed the resolution. Tornillo( $20.00 WEEKLY )
room teachers to rid itself of has been leading a local move Furnished Efficiency
racial segregation.The since March to merge the all- Gas Electric Water
white CTA and the all-Negro
(Except
Department of Classroom air-conditioning)
FSTA.Genius .
Incoming' Phone
CallsPaUo
Teachers is one of only 33 divisions .
of the NEA, but repre-
sents about 200,000 of the NEA's begins great works; 21 Hoar Restaurant
total membership of 800,000. Joseph labor alone Jonrbert.Times flntobM. them. You'll lore our swimming pool

On Monday the teachers FREE DELIVERY DRUG SIR JOHN HOTELN.W.
adopted a resolution which
urged "local, district and state ads don't cost 3rd Ave., at 6th St.
associations to open their 6750 N.W. 15th Avenue __. 'Phone 691-6651 FR 33381t.
membership doors to all, teach- I They pay! I1AROU JOLUVOTTH,'llaaaccv "
ers, regardless of race, color or



. . '. '.






FAWC Holds Historic 55th Meet in / : I

visual aids panels
PENSACOLA Delegates the able cooperation of vic e t other media under the ex-
from'56 federated clubs affiliated presidents, past presidents, oth- leadership of our resource
with the Florida Associationof er officials and delegates to the of Mrs. Marjorie Buck-
Women's Clubs, Inc., and the annual meeting. Because time from the faculty of the
Florida Association of Girls alloted to varied portions of School of Social Work
Clubs, Inc., wound up their his- the meet was inadequate, the Y. University, Mrs. Har-
toric Emerald Anniversary session delegation voted to extend the the Nunn, drama specialist
in this "City of Five li'lags"last' 1901 meeting one additional day, the Atlanta and Miss Dianne
Tuesday \but before they subject to permanent extensionnext from the Women's Di.
blended their voices in singing year. :;
of the U. S. Department
"God Be With You Til We Meet
Past presidents of the association
well the YWCA
as
as
"
official
their
Again, they gave were tended a reception at
endorsement to all their fellow the Ella L. Jordan Clubhouse 1 staff people. Fifty-two
citizens struggling for equality Saturday evening following the I and 18 adults attend-
under the law. The body votedto initial executive board meeting 11 YWCA's In Georgia
send a letter of sympathy to which was conducted by Mrs. Florida.
the widow of the late Mississippi Algenon L. Bolden of For t
NAACP executive Medgar W. Pierce the immediate .
past president -- -
Evers, and congratulatory let- and board chairman. The
ters to the three students recently Pensacola City Association of
accepted for enrollmentby which Mrs. Alyce W. Henderson %'
the University of Alabama. is president, hosted the impressive I

Miami clubs represntatives at affair. Street
the 55th anniversary session in- The theme of the meeting,
cluded Royal Twenty, Idle "Dimensions in Democracy for
Hour, 'Sunshine Community, Today's Women and Youth"
Phyllis Wheatley, Sweetheartsof with the timely question, "Whatis Post Clean Apartments
Hoses, Cwest, Leach Art and Needed Now" was the subject July .
Cultural and Sunbeam Social. chosen by Mrs. Mamie B. Reeseof
Albany, Ga., when she deliv- ber
The 50th Anniversary sessionwas
ered the keynote address at the ,
conducted with classic dig- .
public at Mt. Zion Gas Stove
program -
nity and fellowship by Mrs.
Louise E. Taylor of Belle Glade, Baptist Church Sunday after- Blinds
the Association President, with noon. Mrs. Reese, the distin-

at hot water Rooms heater

THE MIAMI TIMES: MIAMI, FLA. are
time water-
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1963 ing.
r PREMISES


Women's Clubs To Tackle,

and
.
Uterine CancerAffiliated
2 bedroom Apt.
Florida Clubs of women might be saved. I
of Negro other women's clubs Phone OX 1>8862
the National Council Among I

Women, Inc., have been asked which are planning to use this ............ ........ .... ........ .... ........
the organization's national plan as a special project this
by
Mrs. Dorothy I. year are: the National Councilof Big
president
Height, to take,part in,a "Con Catholic Women, Pilot's Club !
Cancer Program" International ana a number of
Uterine
quer
which the Florida Divisionof Garden Clubs.
plan the American Cancer Society Any women's club or organi- Management
zation interested in this "Con-
Is making available to all
women's clubs. quer__.. Uterine Cancer" plan may 1'i! ) .
get: complete: information, witlh-
The recommendation was out cost, from any of the Amer. end!
made In a letter sent to presi- scan Cancer Society's sixteen !
dents of affiliated NCNW clubs district offices. They are listed CLUB
throughout the state. in the regular white pages
Mrs. Height explained In her I of telephone directories in key
letter that the objective of the Florida cities. , ALLEYS
program Is to get members of
NCNW clubs to have a physical Dt. Elks Say ThanksThe
which would include -
examination in Miami
boat ride given by Great. 2nd
"Pap" smear
a simple
of er Miami Temple was a great eral
test permits early discovery success. MI CLUB
cells that might be pres-
cancer Thanks to our many friendsfor hell
ent. It has been found that making it possible. Thanksto Phone 696-7241
when symptoms are detected the Calypso Band and the
early there are much better Daughters for their very fine son. I MANAGER
chances to bring: about a cure cooperation.We .
through prompt medical treat- are planning a repeat .
ment. It Is estimated that If boat ride the 22nd of this month.
every woman had her doctor We would like for all of our
perform this simple test once a loyal friends to join us for an
;( year, and early'detections and' evening of fun.-Vera Williams, Estate
treatments: made; thousands reporter.
... for
-------- --



: 41 Stof I.(.6 .silt f Home


Jf CULTURE Jr see to appreciate.

CALL NOW FOR REGISTRATIONFOR ceiling, beau
home in
ADVANCE TRAINING IN Manor Park.

HIGH FASHION HAIR STYLING price.
BEAUTY CULTURE A VOCATION OF HAPPINESS
AND INDEPENDENCE See Sat. & Sun.

Phone FR 4.9998

1113, Northwest 3rd Avenue Miami, Florida St.

WI 5-9886
.. .. - ,
. . I

JACK'S MEN'S, WEAR


944 NW 2nd Avenue

!
Exclusive Men's Wear, from the top of your head to

the tip of your toes including

' Shoes Shirts Suits Trousers
Hats Caps of

Styles and quality at popular prices
*'*
][
,BE SURE TO COME AND SEE US 1r ,



Painless Office Treatment of

_' : {
.RUPTURE' COST PlLEW w Q

,4...Rectal Diseases, Varicose Veins, Pro -
,' 'state'-:' No lost* tim e-Discard Truss tf
Upon Correction of Rupture. ?
__
'4 t D LONG'S CLINIC1IMS )
8.W. 'let'St.-FR 32748. A general health service

....-



j, .. . ..
. "' ...,





------------ -
Two Weeks RevivalA THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.


I'L two weeks revival at St. SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1963 PAGE,11

/ / I Mary Baptist Church, 136 Frow

Ave., Coral Gables, Rev. W. F. NEW HOPE BAPTISTA. North, 'DadeRecreation '
Tanner, minister.The 1
L. Stephens, reporter
pastor and members of Rev. W. E. Sims, pastorServices
St. Mary Baptist Church are Inviting -
last Sunday were
on
Leisure time activities at the
the members and friendsof
well attended and the t
spirit ran
North Dade Gym have become
other churches to share with rj"more
The and officers '
high.
very pastor
them and more popular as the
revival
a
very promising
t 8 invite you to Fellowshipwith lazy, hazy days of summer I u
July through 19. Rev. W. W.
us thruout the day Sun-
wear on. The center entered in sf
s Whitehead, D.D., minister atConnor's day. All members are urged to the county sponsored softball. I
Temple Baptist of Sa attend Communion Services golf tournament and made au *
vannah, Ga., will be In charge. Sunday night. You are always impressive showing, Clarence I,

welcome to worship with us at Myers qualified in this event I If
all times. with a low score of 17 for nine '
Lily Whites MeetLily holes of golf played with a
!I Let us not forget the sick softball. Sadie Norris won the
White Lodge No. 189 met and shutins. We offer a special same event In the girls' senior
on Monday June 21 In its reg- prayer for them. division.

ular president, !
meeting our
,
The Deaconess Board will be
Plans are underway for the
Mrs. Eunice Dykes, presiding
assisted by her dutiful anu looking forward to your pres- first annual splash party to be
Mount Aaron Holds Third efficient staff. After very our regular ence at the housewarming give held at the Bunche Park Swim
order of business we were pleased en for the pastor and his family ming Pool on July 12. All the j i
with the presence of o u r : this Friday, 7700 NW 11th young people of the community .

Annual Woman's DayMt. district deputies, Mrs. Lillian 'Ave. are Invited cards to attend.needed Identification I"
Ethridge and Mrs. Margaret are upon
entrance. A small swimming
Aaron Missionary Baptist Congratulations to our chair- Carey. Mrs. Carey was makingher ST. MARY'S W M. fee of 10 cents per swimmer
Church held Its third Wo- lady, Sis. Catherine Roser and official visit, she gave us a will be charged. Local girls
men's Day anniversary on June her co-chairman, Sister Martha very heart warming and insplr Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor will vie for the title of "Miss
23. It was a great success. The Forbes and all the captains of ing talk followed by the elec- Miss I Dorothy Major, reporter Posture" and the boys will

amount raised was $700. -----..-....-.--..--.. tion of officers, After the regu- Sunday we had a m o s t compete for the role of "Mr.
ular business a very tasty repast enjoyable time throughout the Physique." Judges will decide
Sister Ida Turk was crowned was served and everyone day. Our pastor was in chargeof the young lady who has exhibited -
"Mrs. Mt. Aaron" for the year enjoyed the wonderful fellow- the morning, and Rev. Young the best habits of, good
1903 for raising the highest ship and hospitality of Lodge was in change during the night posture and the young man
amount ($101.00)) Second high- No. 180. service. with the best physique. Water

est amount ($102.00)) was raised Choir No. 1 furnished music games of all verities will Uo
by Sister Alice Praether; third 4, during the morning and choir conducted under the supervi-
($67.00)) was raised by Sister G 1 1 TRANSFIGURATIONEpiscopal No. 2 during the night. Thanksto sion of recreation leaders. One
Irene Brown. all the members of the funniest events I will be
( ) who brought
I Fr Elisha S. Clarke Jr., vicar visitors with them which made the watermelon race wherein
swimmers will try to recover a ,
W9 St the
The church is still remindingyou day an enjoyable one. floating watermelon from the
BAHA'I ASSEMBLYThe of Its Patronal Festival Sunday there will be a short pool. The winner will be given

Batha'i Assembly of Mi S starting August 5, Monday witha testimony service. Holy Com- the melon ns a prize. There
ami will sponsor a summer discussion beach party, Low Mass, Tuesday munion will be administered. will be a walking contest for
class to be held Sundayat Aug. 0. Midsummer Hop, those who cannot swim. Remember

8 p.m. through July and Aug. (9 at the Blscayno Terrace. NEW BETHEL the date . July 12 !i
August. The first will lie held Donation $1.25 and Solemn BAPTIST at 7 p.m. at the Bunche Park

July 7 at the Center, 137 NW High Mass on Sunday, Aug. 11. 1C71 NW GSth Terrace Swimming' Pool. Tournament
llth Ave. Mrs. Luclle Buffin at the North Dade Jr.-Sr. High Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor winners for this week were
will chair this !group. The sub- ," i School Auditorium at 10:30: a.m. Deacon Fred Williams reporter Sadie Norris girl badminton

ject for this session will be: .: ".\ The public is cordially invitedto Last Sunday morning Rev. T. singles! Phillip hailer, boys
"Seeds of Faith," based on God'spromise '" : . all of these events and services Taylor delivered the messageand badminton singles; Burbetta
to Abraham that his tS't Rev. Bain preached the Lowery{ junior girls softball-
rNtt. golf; 1\ tner Nesbitt, table ten-
seed shall Inherit the world. _,u..;.'.. . _... ....\'!!):": sermon sermons Sunday night. Both nis singles and Stephen Douglas,
The public Is cordially Invitedto ANTIOCH BAPTIST were most wonderful. carrom pool. > _
attend. Phone Secretary, FR the Woman's Day. Many thanksto This Sunday the No. 1 choir MP
1-5120 for further information. our friends and sister 1809 NW Oith Street will render the music. The second week of adult '

churches who cooperated so Rev. O. W. Foster' pastor Remember to visit the sick league basketball showed the
beautifully in this drive. Business meeting will be and shut-ins. You are always North Dade Boosters defeating
The Church of God in Christ held 0 at welcome to visit with us. the Falsona 83- Saturday night
Special thanks to our speak. July urged to come to the North '
1809 NW 5th Avenue I ers, Mrs. Vadye Morse and 800.: All members are asked to I Dade Center at night for Adult
Elder J. C. Jackson, pastor I Mother Pinckney. be present. MT. CALVARY BAPTIST Recreation It is wise to find I'

Nathaniel Thomas, reporter Rev. A. A. McCrary, pastor; ....._.. ._!. Da I _. something useful and worth
During the Sunday School Sis Lillle Blair Herald. Holy Communion being served Phyllis Aiyeru, reporter I,while to do when you have

hour, a promotional exercisewas Sunday night. Tho male chorus Sunday both morning and nothing to do. Come on in and
held. Beautiful marches will sing Sunday morning and night we had two wonderful I I enjoy the fun of playing with
MT. TABORRev.
were made as the pupils movedto the No. 1 choir Sunday night. messages rendered to us by others.

their classes. P. S. Brown minister The No. 1 usher board will Rev. AlcGriff. They were very
soul
Miss Dessie Crocket, reporterYou serve throughout the day. stirring and inspirational. I
Sunday was high day at Sunday ()entuh
a July 11, the No. 2 flora what it mart,
Fifth Avenue as efforts Wend are cordially invited to All parents are asked to bringor usher board will celebrate its and talent what it can Edward I
ed toward the fifth Sunday an worship at Mt. Tal/or/ Sunday send their children to Junior anniversary. The cooperation of IIulwer-Lytton.
nual Missionaries Day. and each Sunday beginningwith the congregation is asked.
Church on Monday at 4:30: p.m.
The spirit was high through. Church School at 9:30: We are praying for the re.-
out the services. The Junior through evening service at 7 Pray for and visit the sick. covery of all our sick mem- ZION HOPE BAPTIST
choraleers rendered the music p.m.Sunday Visitors are always welcome. Lters.
for the day. The songs were enJoyed July 14 at 3 p.m. ser The public Is Invited to worship 5120 NW 17th Avenue
by all attending.You vice will be rendered by Rev.A. I with u'i.TEMPLE. Rev Paul Freeman, pastor
M. Griffin and congregationof CIIUHCIIUH OF GOD IN Stella Mae Flowers, reporter
and yours are always 'New Shiloh Baptist Church. CIIIUST . The service was high Sun
welcome to attend our churchat This event is being sponsoredby BAPTIST day throughout the
all times. Usher Board No. 2 Women's 13thInternational day. Sun-
day, the first Is
Worship together this week,I Please visit the sick and shut. Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor Communion. All Sunday members, Holy

you need not walk alone. in and remember them in pray Meet The men will sponsor their asked to be present. Wo are are
annual Men's
er. Day Dinner today
praying for our sick and shut-
(Saturday) at the church
MT. CARMEL BAPTIST Supervisor Gussie Gamble, beginning ins.
at high
noon. A fine
ST. LUKE BAPTIST Missionary Re-genla- Lawrenceand I menu has been prepared to rl lTlll.l .. JJ.
Rev. D. A. Missionary Elsie Jackson I
Bradley, pastor suit the taste of
Mrs. Christine Cohen reporter Rev. P. W. Williams, pastor report a grand convention livery service will everyone.be De- She h a. 30
made
Sunday being the first Sunday Mrs. Bunesba Green, reporterOn which convened in Chicago those who desire U Donation to years experience ,
last Sunday the Musical 1-5. < Be a success Jn
In. this month we .are asking May $1.00.
all our members to come Extravaganza; sponsoreu oy First Sunday services will be life Have a
Mrs. Gamble visited friends in
home
and bring someone with you to our Junior Choir was a suc- as usual. The choirs will] sing happy get
Evanston and Gary, Ind., before toe i
service. Christian friends if it cess. The King for the day was Jointly and the Lord's Supper position
Wilbert Halloway and Queenfor returning home for a much will be administered you want, get
ever was a time we need to both morn.
needed rest. Her friends and mt of the rut
the day was Christine Sutton ing and ?
Is time. evening.
pray now the
our Junior pianist. relatives welcome her home The Choir Union will meet by the help of
The No. 2 choir will have its The pastor and entire mem- where she is busy again at her at Temple Monday 'night with God. J
anniversary on Friday night bership are grateful for our post of duty.BOUNDING choir No.1 as host. year of exper 4
leading to the fourth Sundayand Junior church and wish to express TUB CLARION ence help yon
ending that afternoon. We our gratitude for their In business and
will be looking for all our effort both spiritual and finan, CALL TO CHRISTIAN GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev. In work'a _
friends to come and share this cially. Through our children I IOT*.
great service with us. our church lives on. WOMEN William Savoy, pastor Your psychic and friend for 30
A very fine Closed all day Wed. and
Vacation Bible School is now program was years
BiMe Class every Tuesday in session at St. Luke Baptist There is much work to be presented last Sunday by the will be at the l" MIT
night at 8 o'clock. Prayer meet Church. It will continue thru done in the Master's vineyard.A board of deacons, supported by B.W. 17th 8L, Hollywood, ViaL

ing every Tuesday come' to at this 8 foun-p.m.Won't July 12. We urge the parents in call for mourning women. the entire church. We give spec Healing meeting every' Wednesday

tain of you prayers and cast your the neighborhood to send their Jeremiah called for them in ial thanks to the adult choir, night

poor soul '''down at Jesus' feet, children to Bible Class. Remem- his day. Jeremiah 9:17: who contributed BO well to the CALL IN PERSON -
He'll bid welcome where- ber all children from every- success of the program, and also -
ever you be.you He paid the price where are welcome. I feel assured that every to the many visiting friends Madam Hunter
for Christian woman in this changIng who came and took part.
and for Rememberthe
you me.
,'sick and shut-In, your daily and war-torn world feels This Sunday Is Communion 1657 NW 73rd St. M
prayers and meditations. NEW MT. MORIAHRev. the need of saying, "We will Sunday. Let us attend worship Miami, Fla. \\
," for prayer changes and bring our national
pray missions
A. L. Shlpp, pastor things. Let us as Christian wo- boxes. Sunday IfcSO to 2 p.m. Office
Ruby Handy, reporterThe hour dally 10 a.m. to 8
be Let us Rev, p.nu
peace-makers. will
NEW men, be
PROVIDENCEWe Savoy attending
public Is always welcome 1- Licensed by state and county
send forth our sympathies on a Presbyterian ministers'
are busy making plans with us during our reg- adventure. Let us embark our in Charlotte, N. C.conference for- Heading dally.
for _our Sunday School and ular services, Sunday School at souls in the traffic of Chris- several days, beginning Mon- lililliITI1TAdvertise
BTU Congress which will con- 9:30 through evening service at tian affection. Let us p ray day of the coming week.
vene with our church. We are 6:45.: The superintendent along without ceasing. Condolences to Mrs. Johnnie It Pays!
time It with the members of theSun-
expecting a wonderful ,
Patten at the loss of her mother.
will 'begin Wednesday, July 10. day School wish to thank their Humbly submitted, Funeral services will beheld
Continue In prayer for the many members and friends for

sick.our You services.are always welcomeIn helping on last celebrate Sunday.our anniversary "'- The Eastern Women's Florida Departmentof Church in the of Thomasvllle Second Presbyterian, Ga. Join The NAACP!







.
-' -'-'--



. . ,f: .. .


If






MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA. IN MEMORIAM' I I Pickets andWorkers


PAIGE 12 SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1963 memory D.lfA THS Battle .". .

,-::. > fr ... 'I' I (

In New York

CARDS ... MEMORIALS .
Construction workers, Negro

MRS. LILLIAN JUANITA demonstrators and police stag-
y fistic combat In Newark,
PATTEN of 5600 NW 19th Ave. ed a
died July 1 at her home where N.J. Monday, when the dem
IN MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKS to block
she had lived for four years.. onstrators attempted

I In loving memory of our The family of the late She is survived by Miss John- the. entrance to a constructionsite.

dear son, brother, uncle and ISAAC T. BAWL SR. nie Yvonne Patten t her daughter demonstrators
The were arrested -
father thanks Mrs. Mary M. Kennedy,
wish to extend sincere ; disorderly
1.ISl! : --- .':- and appreciation to the many sister. Final rites will be helc and charged with
aY friends and neighbors for their in Thomasville Ga. where she conduct.
The situation blew when
acts of kindness and sympathy was shipped July 4. up
about 50 workers and
of as many
their hours
bereavement.shown during r pickets clashed after they had

1 formed a human wall across:
1I I Special thanks to Elder Jacob MRS.( ESSIE' BRUTON
1I four entrances to the new Bar-
I Cohen, Elder Cooper and Elder BROWN of 18150 Homestead ringer High School project.
lt Grace of the Church of God in
Ave., Perrine, died Tuesday, About 150 additional pickets
Christ and the Range Funeral July 2. Mrs. Brown had >Been a
were parching at the other entrances
shall be }
f Home. We eternally
resident of Perrine for 49 years. protesting against alleged
grateful. She leaves to mourn a' daughter -Job' discrimination.
The Bawl Family
Mrs. Margaret Brown
The seven police on the scene

____ .. .. ... .. Beard, two sisters, 'Mrs. Stella were brushed aside as the
-- "- Johnson and Mrs. Eula Dye
; workers plunged Into the picket
s IN I MEMORIAL I
S' ,t a EDMUND O. McKINNEYwho two brothers, Fletcher and line and started fighting. Police

In memory of our dear son, Wardell; two grand children, reinforcements poured into the
life 6 Clifford Hodge and Deloris ,
departed this July and
brother nephew and uncle, the incomplete area regained control par-
19G2. Beard. Arrangements are
late, I I tially after ten minutes.
EUGENE. ALBURYwho And when our labors all are o'er No one was injured seriously.

departed this life July 2, Then may we meet to part no
1962. more

Oh master let me walk with Meet, with the ransomed Albert. 4 Youths Stick Up
Throngs to fall, .
thee.May And crown the Savior Lordof
his soul rest in peace
and may light perpetual shine all. Funeral services for Johnnie Howard Johnson'sThirty

_. _._
Johnson of and Mrs.,
------ --- --- son Sgt.
upon
Mrs. Mary McKinney, wife
URIAH ANDRE DELEVEAUXwho him.The Family James Johnson of Ft. Stewart, patrons were held at
Edmund Jr. Henry John
,
crossed the bar on June Robert Ga. were held June 27 at Hurst gunpoint Friday night while
26, 1960. and McKinney, sons Chapel AME Church. Rev. J. B. four youths cleaned the cash
Mrs. Ada DeVeaux and
Blake Local survivorsinclude register at a Biscayne Blvd.
pastor.
Sunset and evening star,
Barbara
And one clear call for me, CARD OF THANKSThe McKinney, Dghts. his grandmother, Mrs. restaurant, then pistolwhippedthree
Lula Cleveland 10-112( SW 173rdSt. men as they fled.
And may there be no moaningof family of the late,

the bar _. . ., Perrine. The cashier of Howard John-
-'-----"-- ---- ----- ----
When I put out to sea. IN I MEMORIAMIn son's, 100 Biscayne Blvd., Mrs.
For tho from out bourneof
our Iris Johnson
said the
Negro
time and place Remains of Clinton J. Tyler,
of mother boys''asked where they could
The flood bear far memory ,
may me 12-year-old drowning victim
buy Ice cream then left brief.
who passed July 3 1960. ,
away ,
I hope to se pilot face to
my were sent to Ocala June 28 for ly. They returned with drawn
; face CHRISTINE NATHAN final rites. His mother and guns.

When I have crossed the liar .. father, a brother and both ma-
-TennysonThe yt. DORSEYThe ternal and paternal grandparents They pushed Mrs. Johnson

Family t. survive, including Mrs. aside and took $340 from the
f 14 loved ones that she left Jane Hopkins with whom he cash register while one pointeda
a 9 Dehind might not appear to was visiting at 258 NW 11th St. gun into the dining room and
sight, yet she must know some told "
1 everyone to "be still
CARD OF THANKSThe i vay, some how we think of

her each day. We might not The bandits walked into an
family of the late, near, we might not see her justas Murray H. James Sr., father adpoining parking lot where
yesterday, yet still she seemsto of Murray Jr.. of 14380 Carver they attacked three men walk.

be at hand to cheer our tears Dr., Richmond Heights, was ing with two women, snatchedone
way. This dear one lives not dead on arrival at V. A. Hos- woman's purse and fled.
sere 'tis true, but if we sky- pital, Coral Gables, June 30.

( (-<\> ward gaze, we'll find up there Services and burial will He
:a bright star shines and know conducted Friday in Columbia, DEATHMrs.
': Joy fills her days. S. C He is also survived by
: \ .! four other sons two daughters,
a ,
G Wilhelmlna Hutchinson .
The Family a sister, an uncle and 14 grandchildren -
'>"r Wright died in New Yorkon
; June 28 after along illness.

"" .L., Services held Tuesday at Central

MRS. MARY COCHRANvish George Johnson, pioneer citi Baptist Church, She was a
A J to thank the many friends IN! MEMORIAMIn zen, died at his residence, 6272 former Miamian and is survived -

ind neighbors for the numerus SW 59th Place1 July 1. Surviv- by her husband: Jesse Wright,
floral offerings, letters, memory of our dear ing are' dow, Lizzie; two a daughter; her mother, Mrs.
ards, telegrams and other kind. mother and grandmother, sons, George Jr., and Wallace: Rhona Hutchinson; a sister;
less shown during our recent BERTHA ELVIRA DAMES a daughteri Mrs. Ella Wallace, two aunts, Mrs. J. H. Johnsonand
>ereavement. who departed this life July 3, a rs. Annie Vaughns Mrs. Elizabeth Bethel and

., Special thanks are offered to 1950. Services Saturday, 3 p.m. at Mt. i a host of other relatives.
'I he House of Albert Funeral May she rest in peace and Olive Baptist Church, South
tome for the efficient and dig. light perpetual shine upon her. Miami. He will be in repose In "Latin America"Forecasts
ilfied professional services renlered. the chapel Friday and in the
., :t' : Many thanks to everyone Lena A. Heastle. and Family church 6 a.m. Saturday.FRANCIS .
', .
,
\" J,. of Communists-
May God bless all of you.
1 Ti \\ From The Family spired revolutions and via

,,, p .. ._, ..\. ... lence throughout South America
I.N' ,,:"'__ ... . .a 4.Ac. . .
"
-_.__.._"._._._._. .--.-.-..-.....-----......- are made in the current
WILHELMENIA THOMAS THEOPHILUS issue of The Saturday Even-
REED
IN MEMORIAM1' 1438 NW 1st 'at of ing Post by a writer who recently -
court was DOA
who died June 19, wishes to pj 9v completed an extensivetour
thank the many friends and In sad but loving memory of Jackson Hospital on June 27. of the countries.
: neighbors for their extended my dear husband and our I Services will be held Saturday I
I father at 3 p.m. at St. James Baptist Latin Americans
sympathy In their hours of be-I I are deeply
reavement. Special thanks to Church with Rev. McDonald concerned and frightened by'

Rev. H. E. Green and Mt Zion 1. officiating. Remains will be on the danger of Communism,
AME Church for their kindness view in the chapel beginning Richard Armstrong observed. A

and service. Many thanks to 5 p.m. Friday. Survivors Include top Communist leader in Vene-

Mrs. Leila Hodges for all her his wife, Mrs. Remelda zuela predicted violent revo-
help and kindness during the Reed, mother, Mrs. Sallle Reed, lution would come in the fall.
illness and passing of our be- r a daughter, Mrs. Sylrena Bethel In Peril, Brazil and other Lat
loved. Thanks to the many, a sister, Mrs. Agnes Tucker; 4 L in nations similar predictionsare
J grand children.
many friends who sent cards made by authorities.

floral pieces, telegrams adcar ;
donations. Cuba is responsible: for Latin
MRS.
{ ESOLENA CARR of America becoming the battle-
Jake Thomas husband -f
1120
NW 4th Ave. died
June 30.
field in the Cold War, accordIng -
Brenda H. Muese niece
j Services will be held Monday ,
to Armstrong. One official
William Muese, nephew' 4
at In
the
rk p.m. chapel. Sur- told the Post contributor that
t vivors include several nieces, Latin America has become the

j tj and including other Mrs. Rosa Lee Lucky immediate target for Soviet
'reJatives.HORACE .
IN MEMORIAMIn expansion, with Cuba as! a base.
Y Another said the Communists,
loving memory of our dear. t JAMES''' amazed and encouraged by
___ BLUNT of
-- a
sister and aunt
162 NW 8th St., died June their success In Cuba, have
SUSIE EVE GRESHAM i Leroy T. Finley, better knownas Remains were 30 launched a comprehensive cam
shipped to Jack
who departed this life July 0, "Jackpot", a well known sonville for final rites paign to capture other Latin
July
1961. Miamian, died June 29 at his 3. Survivors include his on American countries.

Grant unto her, 0 Lorep residence: 344 NW 16th St., apt. Mrs. Louise Blunt, several mother You can read this comprehen
eternal rest and may light perpetual J 3 after a long illness. Services sisters and brothers. give report this week in The
I shine upon her. --- Saturday, July 6 at St. Mary's Saturday Evening Post
The Family Church at 3 o'clock. He leavesto
JAMES WILLIAM BETHEL
mourn three sisters, Mrs. MRS. HAZEL PARKS of 371
who departed this life July 5, Doris Smith, Mrs. Thelma Big NW 16th St. was DOA at Jack FREE TRIP!
MEMORIAM
""I' IN 1952. We loved you but God son, Beulah Smith, and a son Hospital July 1. Funeral

loved you best. Gone and sad- brother, Fred; four nieces and .,arrangements are Incomplete. With Imagination you can get .
-Jn loving remembrance of ly missed but not forgotten.The three nephews, and 'a host of a free trip to the moon or any
our dear mother and grandm0MRS. Family other relatives and friends. of the Outer Planets. At the
Eva A. Bethel wife Satellite Lounge our cosmic atmosphere -
JESSIE S. ALBURY William and Eustace sons I t will stir the deepest
who passed away July 8, 1955. Leola' Bethel Cambridge roots of your Imagination.

Gone, but not forgotten. Beatrice Bethel Miles -!} Chuck Grisby (Mr. Soul) blasts

. Mrs. Lillian Smith, Marie Bethel Richardson off every nlte at 9 p.nu

Mrs' Aline ,Neely daughters- Advertise It Pays! f Satellite Lounge
Daughters and Family And Grandchildren \\0. '6222 N.W. 7th Ave.'rHE .






'-'-'".... ..., ..... . .... -.-'. "



,..
1
-, ,
-

;11,. 1
,'"yr,

I THE MIAMI TIMES
MIAMI, FLA. I Pain is a Warningp WANTED .j
1
SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1963 PAGE 13 IRONING (Bundles) in my, 1 1l
T. V. Service '
home. Also keep babies on l .
...,
weekends if you want to go '. '

out. Marione Cannady. 1219 NW $1.00 plus_ parts '
66th St. PL 7-3325. '--. : I r'

s : "
a "
Phone 696.3581 .f
, j

CHILD CAKE
:.: = .,
Mothers! I will baby sit if \ /
you can bring your child to I
my home. Loving care, day or Advertise It' Pays! ;
week, 757-8894,
M.11y ,
Dtt. JAY GUITIEIIKZ I Ii L

i Pain Is Always d friend to Blue
FOR RENT FOR SALENEW begin with, because it Is a warning Note Bar'
of serious consequence to
follow unless certain conditions
FURNISHED or unfurnished 4 BEDROOM, 2 bath In with like other 5211 N.W. 17th AVENUECOME
apt. in Opa.locka area. 1-bed-> West, Hollywood. Small down are complied this is seldom
room unfurnished. $15 week, 2- payment, bank financing Call warnings heeded.If one IN AND SAY '"HELLO" : ,
bedroom unfurnished. $18, 1- NE 4-0500. Indf. :.1 J JTO
bedroom furnished $21 '2.bed-
people would heed this ---
rooms furnished $25. dall Mlc- CORNER trust sell, See this warning and live sanely, they 'i4" i. .'
kins Rental Agency. NE 40500. orgeous 3-bedroom home at would live much longer. In 'ignoring :, '
Indf 1115 NW 11th place. EZ terms, such warnings we shore ELINOR :
-- I love right in. No qualifying ten the course that leads to the 1N
i.n ibi1dQM fUrttished a't. All Low down payment. $23 week place where freedom ends and
utilities, downtowh area.; $18 efficiency '.veek. Opert Saturday and Sun- suffering begins. It was never AND liEU J
$13. Call Mlcklns Rental iay. WI 5-9886. Intended that man should suffer ,. ,
Agency. NE 4-0500. Indf in bQ y. There is a way to rp
BROWN SUB, 2 bedroom apt. prove a healthy mind and body Friendly Barmaids '
DUPLEX. 2954 NW 51st Terr. oak floors, new oven and friar; possible. You do your part . \,
One side available. Clean, quiet. Jaire. 3193 NW 59th St consult a Chiropractor and let i GERRI, RUTH,
him do his part, the results will
Bedroom, living room, diningarea HI 8-1119. '.
kitchen, bath!, $12 week. follow.
Call NE 4.1714 or NE. 5-7608. 2-BEDROOM HOME. Built-in He relieves nerve Interferenceby BESSIE
Jul20 3ven and range, Fla. room, en an adjustment. The vital
closed garage, 13710 Van BurenSt. force of nerve energy is returned Imported and domestic beer and! wine
FURNISHED or unfurnishedtwo ., Richmond Heights. HI to the organs or tissues DELICIOUS FRIED CHICKEN
or three bedroom house In S-1119. which it formally supplied and HOME COOKED SOUSE ... '
Opa-locka-Bunche Park ar a. health is the result. '/'
Require nice gti !t family. 3-BEDROOM HOME, built-in Pain is a warning of the Every night is "Fun Time" at the
Fenced ih yard arid QUietneighborhood. oven arid range carporte, stor- tiouble. Have the cause of the BLUE NOTESPECIAL
For further information age room 13720() Vah BUren St. pain located and corrected before -
call NA HI 81110.LOVELY it becomes chronic.
16654july27 Arc you a Chiropractic case? .....T JY jf.Jr.JYJljJ 1X"' "'JTJfJfJJf Ja

EFFIClENCV furnished free 3-BED&OOM CBS. of !
Large Florida room, large enclosed (One a series' of articles
1168 NW 51st St. PL
utilities.
1-3360. front porch, apPllanceSr published in the public Interest'to I Let u. clean and style your wig
2 air conditioners explain and illustrate the
-FURNISHED APT. with yard. carpeting, lovely yard. $500 practice of scientific chiropractic Cleaning and Styling $600
down and bank financing. Life written by l)r. Jay Gutler-
Reasonable. Call OX 1-2420. Realty, 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL re/, whose office 08 located at Wigs rental $10 week ;
-1-4371.. __._. Open Sundays.. I t h o oornor of N11. 2-nd Avc. and a
TWO painted BEDROOM inside and duplex out. Kitchen, newly :WUi! St. Phone 034-1117. Lady Include cleaning and! styling ,..-

Fully furnished. Hot and cold NO QUALIFYING Nice attendant on duty.FOR WOUK nONE UV MIAMI BEACH OPERATORS
water, dining patio. 2752 NW little house. Furnished appliances -
is.G,000 After 6 NE 54155At
60th St. $22.50 per week. OX air conditioned. Price p.m. phone
$ $250 down and $60
6-2392. SALE I .
5100 NW 19th Ave.
"'
month. Life Realty, 4932 NW
7th Ave PL 0-4371. Open evenIngs -
DUPLEX APT. Large 1-Ued- and Sundays. TIRES 3-000x14, white wall jnrjrirx jr 7IrFJ.rE nr
room with Fla. room, all elec- 5,000 tread, all 3 tires for only -
tric kitchen. Near bus and CBS $10. Call HI 81511.NOTHING .
Grandway 1242 NW 51st Terr. room, appliances -
LAND IS WEALTHDON'T
Adults only. To see call 634-6333 wall to wall carpeting.Has .
also] a two-bedroom available. pretty yard with fruit SPECIAL
trees, patio, etc. $350 down and MISS THIS OPPORTUNITYInvest
ROOMING HOUSE, 2304 NW $76 month. Life Realty, 4032 We never have special nltes
57th St., OX 6-0281. NW 7th Ave. jt the Saltelllte Every nite now in Suwanee County lots 50x100
Is the same Sensational You 50 miles northwest of Gainesville, Fla. .
FURNISHED bedroom apt. NO QUALIFYING Pretty can enjoy this wonderful atmosphere -
HIGH DRY TITLE INSURED
775 NW 69th St. Utilities. Adults CBS cottage with appliances. plus? the dynamic -
only. PL 4-9069. $300 down and $75 month. talent of 'Mr. Soul" Chuck
Move right in. Life Realty, 4932 Grlsby. "Out of this world." FULL PRICE $150 EACH'
BEAUTIFUL 1-bedroom apt. NW 7th Ave. PL 91371. Open Satellite Lounge
completely furnished in mod- Sundays and evenings. 6222 N.W. 7th Ave. $10 DOWN, $5 MONTHLY- 10% OFF FOR CASH

ern month fashion. Lovely area. $80 FURNISHED 3-BEDROOM Hurry! Only 100 lots.,left. Call JE 1.0957, Alexander
only. Fenster Realty '
<
;o(; #OO O
1260 NW 62nd St. rL 9-8779. CBS Price is only $8,500. $300 --- ....; ,- ....
down and $68 month. Life Now Open
2-BEDROOM HOME completely Realty. 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL
*' furnished Lovely area. $105 D-4371. Open evenings and ADA:' LEE'S DRYCLEANING
by 'month only. Fenster Realty, Sundays.NO Finest Selections in Miami -
1260 NW '62nd St. PL 98779.

2-BEDROOM HOUSE. Hot QUALIFYING CBS And Laundry homes OpenNew
Lovely -
home and Income. location'n
Top
water- big $20 week.
; yard. a
62nd St.
Manor Park. Both apartments 738 NW
Also >4 : room house. $12.50 a
Low Down Payments
fully furnished with i .
week. Call Saturday, 2260 NW .
,-
-eal quality furniture. Price, Professional Ironing '
62nd St. Phone 688-4825. ,
EZ TERMS LESS THAN RENT "
town: payment and terms are -
reasonable. Must Life Shirts and dresses done by
very see.
week FURNISHED, also bedroom Cottage for Apt.rent $20$10 Realty, 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL hand 1919 NW 47th StreetCBS

'w ek. 1072 NW 75th St. PL 9-4371. ""' ''
(
/'h ''
'
-4925. bedroom, Fla. room, garage and many extras

$300 down. $77 per month $9,500 total price
FOR RENT OR JJ2ASE

For long or short terms, 10 Saturday and Sunday 775 NW 50th Street
Open
rooms with 20x40 hallway in
the center. Suitable for lawyersor Fully furnished 2-bedroom, Fla. room, carporte, and
doctors with a drive in door. 7811 NW 9th AvenueThis
many extras. No qualifying. $600 down. $85 a month.

--.................. -.--... -- I beautiful CBS home with hardwood floors and
3710-12 NW 14th Ave.
I
Handyman Wanted
awnings can be yours.
I Duplex. Live rent free, 2 bedrooms for you, 1-bedroom
COCONUT GROVE DOWN $68 MONTH
I $300 to rent.

DUPLEX Total price $9,900No LOW DOWN PAYMENT. FHA TERMS

This modern CBS barrel !

tile roof duplex, two bed. closing costsMcNicholas 1352 NW 41st Street. i f:

room each side, can be
yours. I will allow $350 for ---tr -__...__ Lovely corner lot. 2 bedrooms, Fla. room, and many \.

painting and minor repair extras $400 down, $76 per month. $9,500 total price.

payment. No qualifying

needed. Small $490, down Realty News Realty Inc.

Each apt. rents for $25 per I

week which covers mortgage (The Broker that works for you)

payments. To see thisbargain 7927 NW 7th AvenuePL 4600 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 4-0655

please call . .

HI 6-0656 1-7592 (Open Sunday)


"" -'" --'" ..... ..... ...- ----,-- -




'



.
. .






THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. a? 2 = a' I WMRM. Youth Hall News

- --- --- -
PAGE 14 SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1963 Attorney Don Wheeler JonesIs birthday celebration

ty substituting for Colonel The Miami Barber College
YOUR Claude Clark, who is on vacation continues to send barkers: to
Richmond Heights Flashes as chairman of the This Job cut the boys' hair. While Sunlight -
Opportunities program.
beauty College and Mrs.
..TTTTr..TTTTTT.TTT--T--. -.-. -. -. -. -. -I.-.-. -. -.-. -. -. -.-. -. -.-. -. mwm.mmm.mcm.Congratulatlons . . . .-.- HEALTHDR. x. program is presented every Marion Muldrow Unit 7 send
Hall.
Friday night at Youth beauticians to dress and style
to the many the Presiding Elder expect out-
Mr. Jones is orte of our
in this highly or- M. RADIN the girls' hair. This Is the meansto
of the your presence who takes
hundreds of graduates standing lawyers
help the children take prideIn
effort for KingdomGrowth.
ganized his
time out from practice to
high schools and schools of The program is rich civic their personal appearance.
his services to projects -
higher learning who are now and full of Inspiration. Come ?6.eana.dlWw give that benefit the community. Mrs. Pearl Wilson holds physi-
numbered among those who let us worship Him together at p- Welcome to our VolunteerProgram. cal Ed. classes 3 or 4 times a
week and the arts and crafts
have achieved. "Education Is Salters Chapel, NW 27th Ave. .
A summerftlme ailment requiring under the leadershipof
to their future. We in Brownsville. program
do the hope key and pray that many first aid treatment is Mrs. Clotille Dent, assisted by a Mr. Ross, WMCA meets on

thousands others will set goalsas sunstroke or heat stroke. Sun- Mrs. Sadie Vincent, has been Thursdays.All .

these have, and some day We note with pride the open- stroke results from direct exposure holding: classes in sewing every In all a full volunteer
like them achieve. Congratulations Ing of a new fish and poultry the sun's rays, while Wednesday. The girls look for program Is In force at Youth
of to ward with much anticipation to
thousands
also to the market with prepared lunchesin results from exces- Hall and Blanche Calloway
principals and Instructors who shopping center. heat stroke the Instructions given them. again wants to thank all the
have labored but not In vain. sive indoor heat. Mrs. Sarah Yaegar, who intro-
volunteers for making this
ahead be filled duced the program Is still in pro-
May your days both conditions the symp-
a In New York visiting her son gram possible.
with greater knowledgeand dizzi-
even First
month of June is the toms are the same.
desire to "never grow 8th anniversary of Your ScribeIn ness and a pain in the head, Dlanche Calloway, chairmanof
life
weary until every child of real estate. We wish to flushed face and dryness of skin WMBM Youth Hall Volunteer CONTINUOUS SERVICE
has had an equal chance to thank the many friends, well- and mouth, rapid and a full program, has cone on a month'svacation.
blossom Into a full life of use- wishers and the hundreds of pulse and a high temperature.First While she is away SINCE 1918 i
fulness and service. A blessing people we have helped Into aid care for these casesis Mrs. Iradelle Walker will chair
upon the parents of these lead- homes as well as the many other to remove them to cool shadeif the program. PL 1-3604
ers and children who now have services we were permittedto possible. Remove clothingand
joined the common rank true render to help make Rich- reduce temperature by applying Again we commend the min-
file for full freedom and mond Heights, Dade County cold wet cloths or an ice isterial Alliance for the volun- lbw xda&'s
democracy.We and the world a better place to bag to the head and by wrap- teer service the ministers in
live. We thank you for your ing the body in a sheet and the community are giving.
of Richmond the Heights achieve-are prayers, cooperation and that pouring on cold water; or by Their spiritual guidance programs
especially proud of in the our work for humanity and the giving a cool bath with brisk are an Inspiration to the
students r
ments of our Coun- Master will not be impeded, rubbing of the trunk and limbsto children.
various schools in Dade but the love of God will blossom -
.
ty who have held their ban- in our hearts until all improve circulation.Do Mrs. Josle Roberts, who retired -
ners high and lifted their heads I hatred and misunderstanding not give stimulants of any from the school system
advise
We plan guide and
that they were acclaimed In blossom into love, and a wel- kind. The patient should be this year has volunteered her ,
science history, homemaking, talents and her services to the
comed "well done. kept lying on his back with Finest Quality Building
business and many other fieldsof head and shoulders slightly ele Tuesday night program. Every
endeavor. This achieving other Tuesday night Radio HOMES
should seem as an Incentivefor Backache Pains vated. Station WMBM donates: birth-
the ones who furiously play ; Heat exhaustion (prostration to both cottages. Mrs. ADDITIONS
away their time forgetting that I' ) is also dUe to excessiveheat Cherrye Mills Boyer and
rewards come to the faithful.We Getting up Nights outdoors or indoors. In Blanche Galloway conduct the ALTERATIONSBANK
hope for each of you suc- this ailment the symptoms are program consisting of Com-
cess and prosperity.We I \Bladder IrritationEvery almost the opposite of those of munity singing, talent show and \: FINANCING

sunstroke or heat stroke. Heat

are happy to announce man, woman and childIn prostration usually begins with and apply heat to patient. Also 3 9aaaQwaoaEEEc }
these United States is entitled with
often nau-
that long cherished desires dizziness and
our
to certain civil rights give some salt, for there is usu- (!
Is
The face
and wishes are about to be sat- sea and vomitin/g./
not the least of which is the ally a salt deficiency in this
and cool
isfied in the now two beautiful, pale, the skin moist
late model homes now being right to a good night's sleep and and sweating is profuse. The doctor.condition. Above all, call your General Building Contractors

presented to the public by freedom from backache and pulse is weak, temperature Is
Builder Mark Slass on Washington muscular aches and pains. Now low, the patient Is faint and Licensed Insured
near Lincoln Blvd you can have sound sleep with- seldom remains unconsciousfor ....This article is published as a 888 N.E. 79th Street
homes like you want them and out getting up two or three more than a few minutes. K jti.1 service! and ls written by
not all designed alike. These times every night because your The breathing is shallow; the Radln, 1150 NW 3rd A"e.o .
magnificent homes are open kidneys and bladder aren'tworking
cold there is
become .
patient
daily from 12 until six. Your right. Take "7-20". ; -- ----- -
and weakness.To .
Scribe feels highly honored to Now you can have freedom great prostration
have been selected sales repre-I from backache and muscular give first aid treatment In
sentative of these exquisite, pains caused by poisons that case of heat prostration, remove -
personalized homes. A cour- your kidneys aren't throwing patient to a place with
teous group of highly trained off. Take "7-20". Now you can cool circulating air. Keep the ..t
sales people, Including Mrs. wake up in the morning with a patient lying down with head -J I IVx
Clara B Matthews, Mrs. Arm- clear head refreshed, ready to level or low. dive stimulants
strong, George Demeritte, Raymond tackle anything, If you take _
L. Larry and others will "7-20". "7-20" is a remarkable

be available to serve you. The formula scientifically. compounded Dugie's Guest House
public is invited daily to visit of ingredients! prescribed + eewh i' YIk0'
our two beautifully furnished by doctors. You can get
mtdels. Great praise to Mrs. "7-20' now at your drug store. The house of clean rooms
Slasst wife of the builder, for "
the
720"t famous dieuretic
the interior decorations thru- stimulates Open 24 hours NE 4.3851
kidney flow flushesout
"Living Service for the Living"Oscar
out the two models. I am sure
the poisons that have been
that her wonderful services In accumulating In Seeing is BelievingSee

new decorations home will buyers be and available others.to helps you feel better.your Get body"7-20" u* for clean rooms L. Range Funeral HomeM.

Please sign the guest books. today. Keep some In your medicine Athalie Range, Owner N. Patrick Range, Mgr.
cabinet. "7-20" Is availablein Jamaica Dugie, always a 5727 N.W. 17th ,Avenue
both liquid and tablet form.
The District Convention con- At your drug stores everywhereadv. friends OX 1-0131, OX 1-4343
venes at Salters Chapel AME
Church beginning Wednesday 2941 NW 47th St., MiamiIT'S y _r Y Y Y Y Y Y Y A J ___
evening of this week through I r ..
Sunday. Our Bishop Ball and I
SEE THE WORLD'S ,
'
NEVER TOO LATE . GREAT PROPHET "
A True Leader
Men WantedFOR To get your graduation pictures made 35' Years of Experience
Ilishop! Hunter I Is well known as : .

WE FURNISH CAPS AND GOWNS PROF. HUNTER ,\I"

If you are sick, worried or in .'.,<
troubled this Is the place to come
RadioTelevision JOHNSON OF MIAMI Don't stay In the rut, push back } "
?
the veil of bad luck that "
seems << '
$
Kindergarten High School College to hold you In your' track, and i. .. >.f+ !;, '

.. advance forward by the hell :of : 1X': tl$*:...' ti;..:
FR God under the leadership of 1"1" : ;: ;c '
7-2294 1{ 1i; ; :'
,
Prof. Hunter who
has 35: yearsof / '
experience in spiritual and :fl.t. :'
r ffJi', : :
I Electronics occult science. !Make your home ,1 '.:.t. .
happy. Ho will show yon how
to bypass your enemies and pet the things that life demands
lor,, you. Come one, come all. Healing meeting every Wednesday -
TrainingOnly JET TV CLINICHOME at the Spiritual Temple of Zion, Inc., 5417 S.W. 17th Bfc,
West Hollywood. Fla. 7:30D.m.;

20 weeks of accelerated

I full time training is required. SERVICE CALLS 1.00'
f World's Largest Resident Electronic

Training Organizationassures Day or Night

professional status for
g graduate. Get all the facts nowl! We Service All Makes of

Classes start so n. Don't miss HI-FI' and STEREOSWe

,t this opportunity to get an internationally

recognized Diploma. Also Rent

Write t Director TV by the week or Month } \


ReU, y r Electronics' Schools 907 .2nd AVENUEPhone 5417 S.W. 17th Street W.. Hollywood, Florida I i it.

215 N.E 15th St. .
: mile east Stnte Road 144 3 mUes west of Hallandale on
J FR 4-2044 North side of the road. Office hours 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday
Florida
Miami, 1 to 3 p.m. Licensed by State and County. Readings d lJy.


-'... ...
::...-. --' --






..



.
.
'
,. ,., -
,
.
-
""'::'{"'.,




I Zetas Call Meet THE MIAMI TIMES -- MIAMI, FLA. !

: //N AND AROUND THE' BAHAMAS AU members of Beta Tau I SATURDAY JULY 6, I9G3 PAGE 15 :a

:
--- -- gU u Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta ir ff'triPirg'iririrH'B'iriVETERAN'S E I -
More than 500() :Bahamian Sorority will meet at the homeof .
the Customs again In the sum ;
Soror Bernice Johnson, Mon.
farm1 laborers ate returning mer of 1040 he entered Queen's day, July 8 at 3 p.m., 1440 NW CORNERJJJTJJJJTJI. I
Hdme from the United States
College, Cambridge where he 56th St.. .. ...... ,.
, ,
this niohth. .More are expected received the degrees of of B.A. \t-\L\ .1Y 1Y.ll..Y.ll .1I.U..IY U-lT..1I. 'JI..IY jY.1r iT. '1Y 1Y..ITJI" : v}tr m if J.11' MY .'"

tti do so ih the next few weeks. and LL.B; He passed the Bar This column is preparedweekly insurance. Since then we have ,..IJ
exam: and was called to the 35 Pupils Earn Good received numerous calls from .
Middle\ at Ole VA Office, 0&1W. ,
Temple M 1950 He '
Lirielle Waiker.- tadtio, ; was veterans and wives of veterans'
Dr. ;i also called to St. Miami\ for Information
the Bahama :liar FJagler ,
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. C. R. that Reader Stickers about this subject. Right now, :' i
Walker, of Hospital Lane grad-, same year. veterans In this area. its still in the "pending" stage. s j

uated recently from Meharry Having done private pntctcS Thirty-five pupils enrolled at If such a bill does become law, '1
Medical College, Nashville for it will get 'good publicity from
five months on his return
the Crash Heading Pro A HOSE IS A ROSE, Etc
Tenn., with the doctor of medicine home he was appointed acting the Phyllis Wheatley Elementary the newspaper, radio, TV and
degree. She is the first magistrate, and became solicitor School are now displaying Recent visitor to Miami's VA all other media.
Bahamian woman to become a general in 1955. He took special good reader stickers on their office was veteran Edward J. QUIZ conNER
doctor of medicine.She training in London in 1958-59; windows thus advertising to
Army. And what branch ser- Q. If a veteran decides to con
received her education acted as Attorney Genera] on their friends and neighborsthat
vert his term insurance
from the following schools: several occasions and as Chief they have earned 10 pointsor vice had he been In why the he take physicalA. must
Xavier's College Nassau; Justice once. more during the first week U. S. Marine Corps, of course. a -
Emmanuel Lutheran College in of the crash reading program. Another of our visitors was No, a physical examination
Greensboro, N.C.; Bennett Col. Mr. Isaacs is the first Baha- Felicitations to the following: General Hokes, who actuallywas is not necessary In connection
lege from which she receivedthe mian of color to hold that post. I only a Private his initials with conversion from term to a 1
B.Sc. degree in 1958. She Sharon Brown Adams, Archie Julia Baler Don-, ) incidentally, are "G I." permanent plan. If you are con .
studied at Harvard University Wynoma John- I Hokes. verting to an endowment policy -
ald Annie Denise
Gray,
during the summers of 1050 aha however, not do
Pun Phun son, Bryley Newton, Alliesteen IU -OI.J NING OP N8LI you may
1958
Reese, Karen Shannon, John i so If you are totally disabled.
Dn Walker-Itaddot! is thee .. ) Taylor, Ernestine Thomas, About a week or so ago, a
wf o : ad\ ox, a Charlie Wilson, Earl Allen, small item in the paper said
pharmaceutical chemist of We are now paying more sales Raymond Berry, Harold Clark, the Senate Finance Committeehad 'BROWNSVILLECORPORATION
Nashville, and a staff memberof tax. It all started with State Jerlie Dingle, Gloria Hamm, approved a bill to permit .,
Meharry Medical College. Comptroller Green's colorful report Charlie McArthur, Larry: Para- certain veterans to reapply for
After visiting her relatives and on the income status. more, Theora Rivers, Shirley I will buy your lot. I will
friends recently in Nassau, she Green said that things lookedso Shell, Rosalyn Taylor, Patricia finance Do
returned to intern at the GeorgeW. black, we could end up in Tomby, Diedro Anderson, Her DR. M. RADIN your mortgage.
Hubbard Hospital. ,he red. man Bethea, Gilbert Cole, Rhonda 'not give your home up if
Few Betty Hutchlnson. Humltiy 10 a.m. 12 noon have'
you paid enough equity
Now that additional taxes James :Martin, Major Paramore General Practice
,
have in it. We will finance It. Call
gone into effect we tax-
Stop signs regulating traffic Terry Rolle, Brenda Stirrup,
1159 NW 3rd Ave.
payers will be blue. In fart NE 3-3198 or 691-5851. Callor
were placed along Mount Royal! wewe're Ronald Taylor, Clara Warner,
Ave. and Montrose Ave., and being bled white. (Note: Debra Zanders. Phone 374-1419 see J. H. Barkley.
Rosetta and Madeira Sts. The I this will not solve our racial Open dally 0:30: 1 p.m.
increase in traffic since the problems) 5-8 p.m. 3095 NW 52nd
Genius IN mainly an affair of St.Indf
breakthrough of the Collins Searching for condiments fora
energy. Matthew Arnold.
Wall makes the signs neces- backyard picnic I found a ----
sary. jar of mixed pickles labeled
"Alabam Girl," (made in Bir
The goggle-eye season is mingham.) I'll bet Gov. Wallace P STAR MEAT MARKET,
here. Two weeks ago the m.v. hasn't seen that yet. He'd sure
Bahama Seas brought to Nas- get that 'mixed" off the label Ina

sau approximately 12,000 hurry. A 1520 N.W. 62nd Streetssb

pounds of the fish caught In Come to think of it, Alabama N jp .
the area of Sandy Point, Abaco. Is Ina pickle because it hasn'tmixed.
Other boats have arrived with Demonstrators are tryIng ,.
lesser number. There are some to Jar them Oh
up. well), un SERVICEWilliam
regulations that prevent Baha- til they learn to mix they'll be THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE
mian-caught fish to be shippedto mixed up. Pinder, Sr. -
--
Miami. Sorry!
We now have a law enabling Professional Piano Tuner
women to get equal as And'' Repairer
pay men
Kendal of the Isaacs Bahamas, Solicitor for the General on similar my wife.Jobs.She's This won't getting affect a- 1935 N.W. 153rd St. Fresh Meat-Low. Prices

'Past eight years, took his new man's pay now . mine! Opa-Iocka
post as Attorney General on Phone MU 8.3770
June 11. I understand that spray used .
Mr. Isaacs, 38, graduated from by postmen to protect them -------
'Government High School with from dogs that bite is working I
his Cambridge Senior Certifi- out well. Tests have proven it'si For The Finest Apartment at Moderate Rates Call
cate in 1942. He worked for dog-gone good product.
the Customs Department in
One of our local cities is
1943 and the next Joined
year
squaring off its
city limits by
the officer cadet.
Army as an
oundlng its unincorporated
He served as second lieutenant up
areas. Residents of these areas BONDED
in the Bahamas Batalllon tt'
until December 1945. think that the city is the limit, rr y
md they want to stay outside

Returning home, he went to I that limit.AUTO .

RENTAL


V B C

AGENCY INC

,
RADIATOR SERVICE


1 Hour Service Credit Available I ; j'' The largest collection and rental


WHILE VOU WAIT agency in the South; operating in
Come in for free checkup

8 POINT SYSTEM and BroWard Counties
Dade
Remove Radiator From Hack Flush Engine llloeli
Car Check water pump & hoses
Clean and Rod Radiators Tent Radiator for Leak Negro Housing areas.
Test! Thermostat and and Repair I,. f>. IIIIOOKB ,
Pressure Cap Faint and Install Radiator 1'rrnldentMANAGING
All Work (:u.rantrrdI
COMPLETE STOCK OF REBUILT RADIATORSOPEN I
I MAINTAINING MORE THAN
7 AM. TO 5 .l'.U.! MON. THRU SAT. AND

6200 N.W. 27th Ave. Dial OX 12221AUTO 10,000 HOUSING UNITS


Bonded also has employment service at main office

LIABILITY INSURANCE
4150 N.W. 7th Avenue .


E$ [IIJT' 1 ------ p

"DEPOSITS.R. It CONVKNIKNT LOCATIONS TO SERve YOU


22's Filed Start* Your 'I' illS: N.W, 3rd AVE .. . .. FB ..*.1. 17323 HOMESTEAD AVE. f
lUlance Weekly I'rrrlne . , . CB S4533:
On the spot Monthly .1(173 N... II.2n.1 8T. ...........-... OX 62487AVB. 1019 N.W. Oth ST.

\o OM: 'i . . . 4-3337
.1801 GRANI) m 0138. Ft. Lauderdale 0' JA

Insurance Agency Inc. 4210 N.W. 27th AVE. .. NE 5.31Ad 339 I/AMMONDVILLB RD.
Auto 1 Liability Pompano .... ..... WB S-SSBS
OFFICE 799 N.W. 54th ST. 2fWW> N.W' Lath HT. ...?...-.- 003322 '14233 N.W. 22nd AVB.

MIAMI : \ 20(10 N.W. :3rd CT . ... PR 1499ft Opa Lock ...... MU 8461T
929 W. BROWARD BLVD.0M .
FORT LAUDERDALE:
1\I MAIN OFFICE
>ti M.I.
.-.I..| Tim. I 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue! PL 9-8733


..
.

.



THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA.

PAGE 16' SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1963 4 White{ Youths Held .


. -


RE55 In Florida Shooting: '


-
ST. AUGUSTINE .- Police Juveniles were released In ctls- The shooting incident wok
ARCHIE arrested four white teenage tody of their parents. place in front of the home or
OX ttoys Who they said were involved Stuart said he and two agentsof Robert B. Hayling, located in a
FINDER in a shooting incident at the Federal Bureau of Inves- Negro subdivision shortly after
the home of a Negro dentist tigation questioned the four midnight. Hayling is a dentist
early Tuesday youths for three hours. They and an advisor for the Youth
.THE GLEANERS Social and charge of the eating concession 1.I Four Negro youths were hit told conflicting stories, the police Council of the local NAACP
Civic Club's annual Complimentary You'll recall faces when visit- by pellets from a 20-gauge shotgun l chief said, but apparently chapter, which has been picket.
Ball Is July 27 at Bay ing the one time popular 75th fired by one of the white there was an exchange of gun' Ing two St. Augustine variety
front Park. Invites are in the St. spot. youths. Police Chief Virgil fire stores for a week..
mall . Pamela Pinder (my Stuart reported. None of the
dght.) and Adrian Adderly (her Negroes was hurt seriously
aunt) are vacationing in Phila Radio-TV personality, Larry Held in jail on an open Crimination! prat tires ih the
delphia. They were there for King doing his bit to uphold charge was James Riley Kenny, Seek Justice Without: U.S.? "All they did,'*t Bunche
the 4th. . Marvellna Adderly the entertainment world's reputation 19, John Edward Lane Jr., 17, said, "was to make me more
Smith (remember Clyde Smith, for harmonious Inter- and two other white boys, both BitternessBuncheDr. determined to seek a just solu-
Northwestern grad who received racial relations by Inviting Ne- tion but never with bitter-
a Columbia scholarship?) gro guests to appear on his FAMU RATTLERS Ralph Bunche, a U. N. ness and never with hatred."
They have two children. The radio program each week. Wednesday undersecretary, 'arrived In Copenhagen
most recent is! three weeks new night's guest was PLAY 3 CLASSICS to speak at Den-
. Cynthia Knowles returned Garth Reeves, who talked about mark's annual celebration of,
from that Nassau vacation. the Fourth of July opening of TALLAHASSEE The Fla. American Independence Day MIAMI'S MOST UNIQUE!
She's grateful to Allen and the integrated Roosevelt Sav- A&M\ University Rattlers will and began talking: about the ra-
Marguerite Jackson for a wonderful ings & Loan Association. play three classics In Florida cial conflict In the P. S. Nite or day If it's just a
time. cities this fall, announced JakeGaither "I have no lack of confidence friendly drink you want-make
athletic director and In the outcome," the Negro the Satellite scene. This atmos-
THE INTERNATIONALModels head football coach. diplomat said. "The long pheric house offers the perfect
HAVE YOU BEEN TO will capture the spotlight Scheduled appearances for struggle for Negro emancipation > surroundings for a little taste.
FLAGLER? I when Arabia Temple No. 1 the Rattlers in the state other now Is In its climatic phase Hospitality and entertainment /
IT'S TIME yon have visited, Shriners stage its Aug. 24th than at their home. base here and bitter last-ditch stands} are that "out of this World.!
Fabulous Flagler, home of the meet here., It's Bayfront Park Include the Triangle Classic in i taking place Satellite Lounge!
champion Greyhound racing. I II Auditorium for Installation Ball 1 Tampa,Nov. 9, against Central 1 Has he suffered from d1sI 0222 N.W. 7th Ave.
had a chat with and other affairs. . Beta State the ,
"Kemp". the 1 ; Gateway Classic, In I
Tau Zeta local
tall figure you see around and chapter of Zeta Jacksonville, Nov. 30, against
about at Flagler ( Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. is easing Texas Southern
you may recall University
him from the Hampton into the spotlight of happenings. and the 31st annual Orange; '
House) and the picture he displays Their 43rd anniversary Boule Blossom Classic In Miami, Dec. 'lr'an1lbpics! I
15 thru
of happenings at Flagier July 20 will climax with 14. The opponent for the *
Bayfront Park Bon
Voyage
Is bound to make it another Orange Blossom
Classic
will not
Ball 1 . Little Anita Shaw
first. Many of
friends
my have be named until around the
said it's celebrated her birthday last
a beautiful sight to see middle of November.
at Flagler. Their upper deck Saturday with a party downRichmond
bleachers Heights way . ,
or grandstand( section
display a perfect vision of all Marva Jane Batson and Horace Calling All Juionr
post and running of the dogs. Jones will be mailing Invitesto And
Senior
it's a thriller just to watch their August 4 wedding.; High

them run and a minor wager .. SchoolersJoin
even creates a greater Interest.
DOCTOR, LAWYER, INDIAN the YWCA Co-Ed Summer
CHIEF So many professions Club! Pack your supper i in ,
QUENTIN NORTH declares are represented on the Negroand a box and Join the crowd on
ho shot in the low 80's during white board of directors of Saturday, July I... at the Northwest
his golf game with Basil Nicholas Roosevelt Savings & Loan that YWCA Center, 5100 NW
Sunday at the Nassau Golf the only one missing Is the Indian 21st Ave. The time Is 0-9 p.m.
and County Club. The Norths Chief; There's a doctor There'll be games and dancing
and children, Chas., Kelvin and Stanley Welnkle -, 2 lawyers, Teenagers, if you're )looking for
Velda, took in that 3-day cruise Jack Orr and Leonard Trelster fun things to do this summer,
on the- -? When the builder _
a Lyle Roberts this is the place for you bca
George Simpsons (local physlc-' an accountant, Herbert Wallach member of the Co-Ed Sum..
ina couple) serve tea at their! a druggist, Dr. Elmer Ward ,
: mer Club, {F I
3619 Percival Ave. plan picnics, skating i+; 1 }III II
home Sun- hotel owner, Irving Kipnls' {
parties cook-outs
,
dances and
day, July 21
tlwlll
U& bene-
: a a real estate executive, Dana whatever
fit for Christian Hospital. else you like to do.
Dorsey Chapman a funeral
director, M. Athalle Range a

HILDA and ALICE at one o f newspaperman, Garth C. Reevesan Vacation in the Mountains I
Miami Beach's outstanding wig insurance executive. Frank
centers, called that they were Buchanan and a private hive Hollis Landrum I (I77. .
shocked at some of the price tigator, Charlie Hadley.SATELLITE 1 :. . .. ,....
you girls are paying for wig 710 lat Ave., W. ) t'If' .
cleaning ..rw7 :. ,t 1M'
and dressing why -" .. ..
;( -
-
their rental service is, cheaper, : BOOM: Hendersonville, N. C. : ) t I ':";.

Call Blanche Alice Culm Ca'' Q* PT. .R7a' ::. Things are booming at the For complete I rest and relnxn- ....... ....,1.h..- :.-:..-:::..-.......-..:"... .
Clop to "
plan
'
spend
Satellite your vocation -"'
Lounge. The soulful '
loway of WMI nt the LAXDIXA GUESTHOUSE '" "' :
J..1i1.
talent of Chuck Grisby (Mr. ,'It'.h .
M high in the 1
is cool
vacation, Soul). keeps this house in mountains
Ing and- visIt. tinuous orbit. 'Never con in. Hemleraonville, N. .C. '' : .j
admission
an Private t LEFT BECAUSE OF ILLNESSTHE "f:
:Ing' relatives price. rooms and baths and .
Always a ball. '
One tlio finest food. '.
of her $0 per day in / "
OF ME
BOSS GOT SICK
, main desire Satellite Lounge eluding 2 meals, also a cool rest I
for a vacationat 6222 N.W. 7th Ave. home for professionals./ t cGNrrrawTA.: . .l-.II/a.sr. .
this time, Au9
was her niece's .'
weddlnja and i v...-:. : d t.,
to see her Bro, :
Cab 'I" ... -- ,,,,. .THIS is YOUR OPPORTUNITY]
"Little Miss Hi.De.Hi-' ad o pt.ed k !I PREPARE NOW RENTING
: FOR
Miami as her home and Ml-
!
..
amians in turn adopted her.. We

worker hope Blanche, a great gal, civic ; E Motel HannahMODERN
and all around commun- CIVILJOBS
ity worker will hurry on. back ,:: : <
home! ;

014' ; NEW BUILDINGS
YOUNG DEMOCRATS hare 1 AND ASSURE/ YOURS a '

,their chartered July the 3 Boat Dream Ride Boat, leaving for . t: 1 LIFETIME SECURITY
63145 N. W. 32nd St.
Dancing 5th St.; and and the sightseeing Bay at 8 "for.m. MEN WOMEN 18 To 50frJ

your enjovment and pleasure iti" : Grammar school sufficient for

, The Church of the Transflsruration \ ( many fobs. Receive full Infor Midway between. Miami and Liberty
(Opa-locka) is ln- ,,' motion on how to get a gov't. -
'vltinpr' vou to its Mid-summer .
", lob.
Keep
your present
:Hon Friday, Auiar. 9 at the Bis-; while job CITY .
,cavne Terrace Starlight Room. .. '. training. "
Blllv Rolle's band will entertain M.' :,,; , MtMltl MIAMI DADE CMMCH OF tW'm"' .

and a trip to BImini for two Is iW ,' '."" Rooms Completely Furnished '
the door prize Admission 125. .1-

No Strikes .... .
Raises .
.' Automatic Pay No Layoffs : Lights and Water Included
WHEN
Roosevelt
'& Loan Association celebrated Saving ; Paid Sick leave Meet New Friends .k :

its-' Grand 4th ,of July opening Paid Vacations, wIth roy liberal Pensions ,', Day week or overnight rooms '
tat' 10, .a.m. it surely attracted AH Holiday <*% I
many. The much talked about Key Training of So. Fla. .
bank has gained nation wide North Miami Beach, Fla. INFORMATION ON PREMISES '" .
attention In recent Issue along Phone Wilson S-5415 ", .,
with many other friends, this Suite 34, 1110 N.E. 163rd St. '

:Corner' welcomes Its opening MAIL I Name ................................1.' ........................... J Phone 6354643 t.
., . Entertainers ; t.I
Celebrity COUPON Street ..... . ............... I .
Lounge Club Ml and now 0 L I IN ..... Apt. ................

;fowling It's the' Alleys.Goombav Ruby Club Garlandand and TODAY City.,...........:.................. State .,......,.?... t LOVETT HUTCHESON, Manager ; i ,

L Charlotte Wright have full Phone No. .......-..-......................................

..
\ ---- -' .-: --0---; --
4 4

I't'



_
-- -- -- -- --



University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2010 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Last updated October 10, 2010 - - mvs