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Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: July 13, 1963
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I T1dM1'ORA MUTANTUn ET NOS IUTAU\Jn: IN ILIIS \ '"

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40th YEAR, No, 46 MIAMI, FLORiDA, SATURDAY: ; JULY 13, 1963 i i PAGES 10, CENTS




I FAMU Law School Called WastefulOnly Man Killetau"" ; .,


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5 of 37 Pass Simon claimed that a court The Board of Control is the '
victory for them would save governing body of state univer Over TV RepaiPoI' .
State Bar Exam Florida taxpayers at least sities. The comptroller and
$75,000 a year. treasurer handle the disburse- '

'It was disclosed Monday that They said that expendituresfor ment of funds after the Legislature POLICE HUNT to- get' the set, without paying:,
them.
a Negro doctor and three white the 'operation of the schoolare appropriates the bill 1

attorneys all Mlamlans In violation of federal law The plaintiffs noted that DOWN GUNMAN The insurance' man, Kenneth'
have filed suit to block the and are wasteful. It is alleged since Florida A&M law school Specht, 20, of 10240 'SW 82nd
spending of state funds for support that legal education providedto had Its first commencement in the all Ave., said he was, filling out the
of the all-Negro law schoolat Police scoured city policy for Robertson's signature
Negroes under the present 1051, only 37 have been graduated Friday
Florida A&M University. Thursday evening and when the man' made his third
set-up costs not less than ten and only five alumni have killer
Mailed to the Leon County times that of "similar but passed the Florida Bar exam. morning for a short down, stocky white appearance.
who a
Circuit Court clerk Saturday, superior education to all qualified Only, 16 students were enrolledin gunned clerk after an argument Williams told Robertson he
TV store
and received and filed in Tallahassee students" at the Univer- the three-year program last bill. had gotten the money and Rob-
Monday, the suit con- sity of Florida law school. year, and only one of them over a repair ertson filled opt a receipt. As
tends in effect that the school scored high enough on the law Object of the search is Ell he handed the receipt over,
should be closed: The Board of Control and the aptitude test to qualify for ad "Buddy" Williams about 45, Specht said, Williams suddenly
Board of ,Education, and two mission to the University of father of four who worked here produced a revolver And fired."I .
The plaintiffs exCircuit state officers, Comptroller E. Florida law school, which has many years as a longshoreman. want TV!" shouted the
Judge Stanley Mllledge, Dr.: Green and Treasurer J. Edwin been desegregated and could my
M. L. (Don) Robertson, 32, gunman, and fled the store on
John O. Drown and attorneys Larson, were named as defen easily absorb all of the A&M
Howard Dixon and Tobias I dants. law students if they qualified. the father of two children, was foot, still holding the *gun. i
killed as an Insurance agent Robertson slumped to the
-- --- Because A&M has produced preparing a $10,000 life Insur- floor, hit once in the chest.

4 only five lawyers, the suit ance policy for him to sign, "I'm dying," ,he said /
''t. charged that each lawyer has looked on.Police Co-worker Sam Grossman, of 1
; ". cost the taxpayers more than said Robertson of 4071 NW Cth St.,\saic1 t Robertson*
t th' bi $200,000 to educate. 10300 SW 26th Terr., was killed lived only threq or four' mlriffite: "
after he refused to return a repaired after the shootfng. '
That figure was derived by
adding the $350,000 plus spent set to Williams Police blanketed the neigh'
vM 'f '! for the construction of facilities Other employes of Giant Credit borhood on the;;theory the killer
: and the $80,000-plus spent TV, 2178 NW 02nd St., said could not have fled',far. Police
;t;* ' annually to maintain the school the customer had been in the dogs were being used In tho
.:r<\ '"; since It opened in 1951. store twice earlier attemptingthe manhunt. '
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Miami To Guard Against New Slums




i I From Urban Renewal Relocation If



Miami could become blighted transition zones. The structures 120 'families per aero compare -
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I with new slum areas unless: must be kept 'for one: ,:equally with blight foundin
: strict zoning Is enforced around family use to prevent more l rgeNorthern cities, adding,
the first Urban Renewal project reslential decay Jones said. that In Dade'' County the forma-
DEBORAH P. WOLFE ARIZONA HTTKMONS Metro's planning director tion of additional slums can
Much of Miami's slum areas
be
prevented largely through
,Principals In the 43rd anni- Education, House of Representatives warned Monday. Jones tohDado's got that way because large stringent building controls.
versary Boule of the Zeta Phi Washington, D.C., who Planner Roscoe numbers of ceople> were allowed -
Beta Sorority meeting in Miami heads the national organization.More new Urban Renewal to crowd into small areas, The district earmarked for
July 15-18 Include Founder and than 500 delegates are expected Agency, "Frankly" the prospectis he pointed out. Even tiny Urban Renewal runs from NW
President-Emeritus Arizona C. to attend the meeting frightening. houses were adapted for mul 5th to 20th St., west from the
Stemons of Philadelphia, and from as far away as California. He explained that thousandsfo ti-family living. FEC Railway tracks to NW 7th I
Dr. Deborah P. Wolfe chief of (See story on pa'ge' 15.) low-income families will be Jones said that some neigh- Ave. Detailed planning for tho ,,1
relocated from the Central Negro borhoods downtown with first project Is underway.
District into bordering :

S.C. University and StateParks "transitional"Many of the areas 43,000 persons
(living in the 810-acro central
zone will go to single houses in
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Ordered Open

,-.') 68' Arrested As

COLUMBIA S. C. Separate In an accompanying order,'
orders ending segregation at the Martin ordered the state to\admit Savannah Explodes
University of South Carolina Negroes to all of its 26 state,
operated by operated parks by midSeptember. -
an the, state of South Carolina were .
night to rout more
Wednesday
issued Wednesday, by U. S. District -
Judge. J.* Robert Martin of State''' officials were undecided than 1,000 Negro demonstratorsas
Gregrvvllie;: about appealing the rulings. they marched from a rally
,.Martln- ordered the all-white State Attorney ,General Daniel' at which they were urged to
university to admit Negro coed R. McLeod said he would haveto continue their campaign for ,
Henri Monteith of Columbia at read ,Judge Martin's ruling integration of restaurants, motels c" ;
the beginning of the next se- before making a',decision'on' an hotels and theaters.
The demonstratorsthen f
angry
mester.rv appeal. went on a two-hour ram- fI,
oage venting their anger by
store and car windows -
smashing
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Free Nos 'taIization and slashing automobile
Offers : '
I'HiChristian: Jires.* ar !' c
TWenty-elght persons were
--.. Act "-'f" .7... .' rested, plus an estimated 40 i 4r -
.r. Negro youths under 10 'whose i

1} | ; ; 4. The; applicant' roust be 65, cases will be handled by Juvenile -
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qualifymg
,
I : reside in florida: *a U.; S. Citizen authorities.A .
low may visit their doctor and and must not be receiving church whose pastor has
If they need hospitalization other assistance through State spoken strongly against any Integration
Christian Hospital will admit Welfare Those receiving State concessions was extensively -
them under the Kerr-Mllls law Welfare can be admitted under damaged by fire and I 1P
effective July 1, 1963. the Public Assistance Program. officials said arson was sus-

1. Benefits are limited to pay-- 5. Applicants may receive pectd.Deputy Police Chief C. W.
County Welfare Assistance and
ment for a maximum of,30 days' Weber said the demonstrators
be eligible ,under the Kerr Mills
hospital care In any year for lay down at several Intersec-
acute illness or injury. program. tions in the vicinity of the Jails, -

2. Annual income may not exceed 6. A member of.:.the family or, blocking traffic. They refusedto Dr. S. M Frazier is shown at1' a dinn given by Mrs. S. M. i I
$1,200 for one person, I someone designated by the move he said, and were car- receiving a Life Membership FrazIer 'at their home on Sunday -' '
$2400; for man and wife. i patient must go to the State ried to the paddy wagons. plaque from Drs. EJV. Ward and JUne 30, in honor of Dr.
3. Applicants may have home.stead Building 1350 NW 12th Ave., Other Negroes lay down in J. K. Johnson of the Dad e Frazier'a retirement from actIve
,exemption''' but'other' cash : before or at* the time of 'admission front of the wagons Negroes County Academy of MedicineIn medical practice.
resources may not exceed $1,000 if possible, and see Mrs pushed together and broke open appreciation for 69 years of A large group, of members of ,
;c, for one person or.$2.000 ,for, a Goldman or, Miss.Hazel Adams the doors. When police tried to service to the association and Ii I the Dade County Academy of '
couple excluding $750 per person and complete a questlonalre for.... block the doors, other Negroes the community.The Medicine were also In atten,
cash value-' ,'life'Insurance; thopatlentl: rushed them Weber said. presentation was made dance at the dinner., :J 1 '


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PAGE 2 SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1963
hL.\ .-: w. y a Recreation Program to All

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North Dade Birache ParkThe

Cervantes once said that: "The summer program of recreation .

cannot always stand bent, at Bunche Park School

nor bow can human frailty subsist has entered its fourth week of

without some lawful recreating activities. Last week the Junior

." The youth of the North girls participated in a ping pong

-.J Dade community are well aware tourament. The results are as
shown
of the above quotation as follows: Gwendolyn Gloster, 1st;
Patsy Bostick Edwards and the unusually quiet atmosphere by their increased attendance at Barbara Carter, 2nd; and Che-
daughter, Lisa recently visited)l of their household since their center activities.All lain Davis, 3rd. The beginnersin
with friends and relatives !in l teenage daughter Geraldine left eyes are facused on the archery are developing
our city. Patsy's husband,,, to visit relatives In Detroit. following events to Me held nicely. Here's hoping they'll'very be
George, later emplaned from during the week of July 15-2fc: able to hit the target soon.
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their New York home to accompany The Hewitt Ferrell have returned County Archery tournament In the softball golf tourna-
his family back home,, home after spending a tennis clinic and a dual sports ment held last week the win-
,
The: Edwards were house guestsof with the Seminola Recreation
few days in Tampa. day ners were Gwendolyn Gloster,
her aunt, Betty Timmons Center of Hialeah. The Annie Ruth Hines and Tzara-
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Terrell in Opa-locka. Get Well Wishes to Edith .i Weds bells Portier BTW School whois is ment will be Jackstone for the
marm,
rang for Don. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. versation among prospective: en junior girls.
aid Hylor and Doris BUrrough. ill at Christian Hospital. Nathaniel Johnson of 2020 NW trants because North Dade has The Junior boys enjoyed a

The vows were repeated at St 73rd St., Vicki Trakins Johnsonwas already received the double double tournament in horseshoe
John Baptist Church on Sunday Alonza and Carmen Jackson sponsored in! a baby con- honor of having two first place The winners were Milton
The newly weds are both and son, accompanied by her test on Sunday, June 30 by: the winners in softball and golf and Robinson and Ernest Floyd
Dade County school teachers. mother, Blanch Dean, took a RYN Social Club of Miami. She to win the coveted archery cup Dwight Duncom e and Harold
slow trip north. Their itinerary won first prize."Li'l would be a marvelous achieve Floyd and Samuel Wilson and
Petro and Winifred Beachamand included Ocala, North Carolina, ment. Everyone interested in Keith Miller Friday's tourna-

daughter, Walllne, returnedto Washingon and Philadelphia, ) Abner" at entering this tournament is ment for the Junior boys will be
Georgia to spend the July where they visited relatives before asked to report to the area on checkers and dominoes. Softball

4th holidays with Pete's Lam destination.reaching their New York Studio M PlayhouseThe Monday, July 15. golf tournament results for junIor -

ily.; City Melvin Fox, genial head of Boys are as follows: Morris
largest cast ever assembled the North Dade physical educa Toomer, 20 points; Sam Wilson,
Mrs. Mena Jackson, mother Birthday Greetings and best on stage at Studio M is bringing and a recrea 21 points and a tie for third
cf Ruth Blacknell, is confinedto wishes to: Gregory Gill, Betty I' in the largest audiences and tion tiondepartment leader is signing up per place between Melvin Butler
Christian Hospital. She was Ann Dowdell. Grace Robinson, it looks like "Li'l! Abner" and interested in learning how and Milton Robinson, both had
the victim of fall which Smith all the characters will make sons
a unfortunately Emeline Sherrlyn Parks, tennis. You don't haveto 22 points.
resulted in a brok- and Frederick Morley. Studio M Playhouse at 208 Bird to play this clinic The chortle girls had a tether
be able to play,
Road in Coral Gable s their
en leg.
ball tournament last Friday
will help you learn. So heed the
Please home for the month of July.
send all news for this call, all you tennis Tyros, learn with little Teresa Barton com-
Elliott and Ruth Flanders column to Chatter, care of Mi- Sunday matinees are proving the game you can play for life. ing in first place, Eloise Taylor
'are constantly complaing about ami Times, 6740 NW 5th Ave. popular and performances will The center is buzzing with and Charlene Cox. In softball
Monday
Continue nightly except -
activity for just about everyone. Rolf, the winners were Elya
Our center director, }Ed Cam- Morris, Teresa Barton and
bridge, has finalized plans for Cathy Higdon.
Mrs. M. M. McBride Christian Hospital our dual sports day with Hia- The shortie boys engaged in

leah and all our stalwarts will a horseshoe tournament last
Benefit PlannedAs be pitted against Hialeah's best. Friday and Xavier Williams was

part of the continuing effort high scorer, with Michael Mil
Hostess LuncheonMadam
at The steady pitching of Mary
of our community to supply ler coming in 2nd and Vincent
Johnson of North Dade was not
I Duncombe 3rd. Softball
needed funds for equipment placing
.
enough to gain a win over
M. M. McBride was Mrs. Leila C. Taylor, Mr. and t and operation of cnnstian: Hospital Northwestern--High School girls golf results were Anthony Rob
I a benefit tea i Is planned erts, Michael Miller and Greg
Mrs Lemuel
Perry of Fort t
hostess to a buffet luncheon on in a softball game held here on Jackson.
Lauderdale and Miss RoW for Sunday, July 21, It will be ory
Terry Tuesday, 9. The North
her birthday June 23 at her July Last
week
inson of Tampa, house guest of f! held from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Dade girls played well under special event was
home 3278 Thomas Ave., hon- Madam McBride, Mrs. Houston l home of Drs. George and Da- the leadership of Ida Phillipsand artists day. Many youngsters
zelle Much of the enjoyed using the different
oring bride elect Miss Grace Marshall Jr. Simpson Sadie Norris, senior girls
the has paints and: colors to
at hospital
equipment express
Sandra Christie whose
mar- activity leaders. Essie Jackson
Mrs. Louise Hicks assisted 1 in I been acquired through voluntary themselves in art. Also the
to Charles Flemmings leads the field in
riage
serving. They all departed say community donation and accomplishments children seeing movies which is
Christ
took place at Episcopal in arts and crafts her
Church June 29. ing they enjoyed a wonderful Dr. Simpson has stated that she a weekly affair at the center.
construction moslac
on of
paper assorted
evening. hopes enough money will be fruit is fine achieve- The shortie girls weekly tournament
The table was laid with a lace donated at this affair to com- ment. Essie is a also this coming Friday will
cloth for lunch that was servedat plete the air conditioning of the girls leader aided and a assistedby Junior be nok hockey. The shortie
two. The menu consisted of Free XraysChest rooms. boys weekly tournament will be
Aaronly Armstrong and Anna
broiled chicken and its trim- Marie Reel. carrom pool. Keep reading your

mings, ice cream and cake. X-rays will be avail- Negro Women ClubThe At the end of three weeks of newspaper for, current news at
able at the following locationfor your center.
Those enjoying the hospitality Coconut Grove Negro play in the Adult Basketball The shortie
all Dade County residents girls are under
were Miss Grace Sandra Women Club held its monthly League, the Collegians are In the
18 of and over. supervision of Miss Betty
Christie Mrs. Charles Christie years age meeting at the home of Mrs. first place with a 3-0 record Dawsey. Shortie boys, Vernon

and. ,Mrs. Armanda Flemmings.Mr. The Christmas Seal Mobile Samuel Lewis, Percival Ave. followed by the Knights VIk- Miller The Junior girls, Miss
., and Mrs. Melvin Johnson, Chest X-ray Unit of the Dade, The meeting was called to order ings, Boosters and the Ringers, Marva Bannerman, Junior boys,
Mr. and Mrs. Houston Marshall, County Tubeculosis and Health by our vice president, Mrs. all of which have a 2-1 record. William Bell. Edwin Cambridge
Jr' and children, Margaret Per Association will be located '\. J. Scott. Last week ended with the Is center director.
nola and Houston Marshall III, Thursday, July 11 through FrIday Our business was making Collegians defeating the
Mrs. E. Pearson, Mrs. Josephine July 19 at Florida State final arrangements for our Tea. Knights 103-70 and the Viklnrs'' Personal
Pollard, Charlie Mullin, Mrs. Office Building, 1350' NW 12th "Talent as You Like it" Sun-. smashing the Falcons 98 to 85. Mention
Louise Moore, Mrs. Elizabeth Ave. The hours will be 8 a.m. day, July 28, 4 to 6 p.m. at Herman Williams led the scor Mrs. Naomi Johnson Baskervllle .
Pinder, Mrs. Rosie Lee Dorsey, to 11 a.m. and 12 to 3 p.m. dally. Christ Episcopal Parish Hall, ing in these games with a 27 formerly of Miami and
Miss Imogene Harris, George corner of Hibiscus St. and Wll- point total, with W. Francis, S. now of Manhattan, New York,
Delancy all of Miami. Breathing tests will be offer lam Ave. McIInney, A. Sands and L. Is spending her vacation with
ed to persons 40 years of age i Smith all scoring 20 points or her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ho-
The hostess has delicious
and over on Tuesdav. Wednes- a more.
ratio
Johnson 16th
of 7110 NW
and service .
beautiful.Our
day and Thursday only. menu was
Knights of Pythias Ave. Mrs. Baskerville plannedher
I next meetlnb will be at vacation during this time in
Boat
And CalantheRose the home of Mrs Carl Johnson, Ride order to witness the graduationof
I NAACP MembershipDrive 774 NW 74th St. Beautician Unit No. 7 invite her daughter, Loretha Smith
of Sharon Court No. 23, Mrs. Vernal Whitehead, president you and friends to Join them ona from Miami Northwestern Sen-

Mrs. Mallssia Harris, counselor, is now on! publicity; Mrs.committee.Daniel Cunningham, boat ride July 15 on the ior High School. Mrs. Basker-
meets July 15; Royal Palm beautiful Dream Boat leaving ville reports an enjoyable stay
Lodge No. 84, Sir Abram Grace, Hay front Park pier No. 5 at 8p.m. in Miami as she enjoys the hos-
chancellor meets July 15; Faithof Mrs. Marion Muldrow pres pitality of her family and
ident.
Sir Walter L. friends.
Hope Lodge STAR MEAT
MARKET
Belle, chancellor, meets July 16. "'"-"'"- ....................... -- -- ------- .................... -.-.
Lily of Valley Juvenile Court
No. 58, Miss Joyce Sanders, W.
matron, meets July 17; Gleam of 1520 N.W. 62nd Street Lincoln Fields Apartments
Hope Lodge meets July 18; Ah
med Temple meets July 21. t.
Sir' and Mrs. George T. Cash HHk p 2045 N.W. 62nd Street
are back after two weeks visiting .
Fernandina Beach. .
THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE
Sir and Mrs. Murray James
Jr., he's keeper of records and Enjoy Living in Our Cool, Clean Apartments
seals i of Gleam of Hope Lodge 4. Offering Feature
and; she's registrar of deeds of Many

Lily of the' Valley Court, had Fresh Meat-Low Prices FREE GAS
to' leave! for Columbia S. C. to
attend fthe'funeral of Sir James' Tile Bathroom Refrigerator Gas Store
father,' Murray James, Sr. We
are' looking? forward to their Newly painted Venetian Blinds

return _. Sdr. Don A. Belle, re Washing Machines Laundry Rooms

porter: JACK'S MEN'S WEAR Free Parking Auto hot water heater

Sin r Club Free Garbage Disposal Filtered water 'r'


....:...."Aa, 1llllRide.. 944 NW 2nd Avenue CARETAKERS ON PREMISES

4 The Sunshine Club 5th annu- Exclusive Men's, Wear, from the top of your head to .

al boat ,ride i August 8th. Tickets the tip of your toes includingHats
on' sale' now As the days''' grow Weekly Rates
Shoes Shirts Suits Trousers of
hotter plan for an evening of Caps

coolness fun, and relaxation Styles and quality at popular pricesBE $14.50 1 bedroom $18.50 2 bedroom Apt.
with dancing and plenty of refreshments -

Fare $1.50, sailing SURE TO COME AND SEE US Renting Office open every day' Phone OX 18862fHE
thesenumbers:
time.8'p.m.. Call: : I
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beehiveof throng that crowded Into the the board John IS. Orr Jr., presides count with head teller Ken- I Jackson renders the stirring I II
Center was a
at the! microphone. Seated neth WllllamN. a* Roosevelt I "Hattie Hymn of the Republic."
activity on the Fourth of building for the brief opening are City CommlARloner! Sidney president Dr. Elmer Ward looks Bottom left in. a view of the

July when Roosevelt Savings program. \ronovlt7, Garth C. Reeves, Mr. on. Below Jack Orr chat with crowd Inspecting .the modem
held its
and Loan Association Second row left shows George Iloller and<< City Commissioner law partner George Allen who and well appointed facilities of
in Its spaciousair
grand conditioned opening building at Roller, assistant tate comptroller Alice Wainwright. Standing inrear helped In opening new account Roosevelt HavlnffN.. On the right
the board member Frank M.
from
bringing greetings Mrs. hazel Ij. Grant
7th Ave. are In the center In :Mm. Juanita .
OTIS N\V IM
Buchanan who also
Mate of Florida. Also!' seen seat Mm. Anna II. Ward and Charles another teller with a mew.her
Top left shows the crowd ed is Father John Klernan, Mrs It. Ifadley, a member of the IlooweveltVi Thompson two women board of the Htate Board ,of Control

watching the Vanguards and Athalie Range and Mrs. Eliza- Roosevelt board of directora. member, Mr.*. Dana D. Chap.. passes out souvenirs to
bands the children of Mr. and Mr*.
the Goldcoo'18ten'FW beth Yirrick. Standing in rear
I In the third panel Cleye- man and Mm. Athalle Range.At .
present the flag for dedication Is Metro Commission chairmanJoe 1(I top Raphn WlUlams-PhotH' by AKton -

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PAGE SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1963 _____- ..- __.L""'" Happy BirthdayMonday I Richardson . *

BROWSIN' July 8 was: ,birthday The P e Fanil1y, '1iQma g
Opa-locka fbt t William B. Venola, thdnias. Jr., an .Algetph -:
By PAUL IlENKY time in Billy) and little. sis- of 14Q15 Jacksori St. inRicliintind
I Haley ,1r. ( ,
Heights died
I wnbsfe at their
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ter, Jennifer Jessica 10. joint home July 3. Services held Wednesday .
An unusual funeral took birthday marked is, July.for Billy, six at Greater Ward Chapel
at Hallandale oh 1Vednesaay party three. AME Church in Hallandalewith
Jennifer
\vheh the ttodles of Thomas years for in gay attire Rev. J. D. Dukes ministerof
Forty small
fry
Pogue and family of Richmond at the Church of ,the Open DoorIn
11. 13. 8IGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher! Heights, who murdered his wife and bearing gifts, gathered 2491 NW Richmond Heights officiatingat
residence,
GARTII C. REEVES Managing Editor the Haley
and then com
and two children they engagedIn 4 p.m. Interment In Hallan
Here
Member of the Associated Nejrro Press mitted suicide were taken to 152nd supervised Terr. play before mot dale Cemetery. Survivors include -

Member of the National Newvpaper Publishers Association their resting place. Three the Kiddie Park Birth Mr. Pogue's parents, Mr.
hearses were used, one for the oring to in the 163rd St. and Mrs. I. P. Pogue of Sump-
SUBSCRIPTION RATES father one for the mother and day House After each ter S. C., three sisters and two
ONE YEAR 95.OO SIX MONTHS $3.OO FOREIGN '0.00 the other for the two children. Shopping received Center.a tall cold drink brothers, Mrs. Venola Pogue's

Knt red as Second Clans Matter August 0,.. 1927 at the Post Otllct the child large cake bearing bot h.. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nohon
held .
Funeral services were on of Hallandale and sis
of candleswas Cooper a !
at Miami Florida under the act of March 8. 187O names and two sets
Thursday for Judge Ben C. Wil- cut and served with ice ter and other relatives,
Main Omie at 674O N.W. 10th A"eoue-PhOl1e OX 1.O421 lard who died of a heart attackin Each child received a
Urancb at 1112 N.W. Third Ave., Miami Florida-Phone FR 2236 Orlando on Tuesday, July 9 colorful cream. birthday party hat, a MRS. GLADYS ELAINE
The Criminal Court Judge and a grab bag gift. ROBINSON Qf 1643 NW 5th
'CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" had been in office for 28 years. party favor to an end Ave. her time JUly 3.:
THE NEGRO PRESS belleTf that America can best lead the world The party came taking rides on Services heI1 Mdhday at Greater .
from racial and national antagonisms when It accords to every mau Metro's. Irving Mc- with each child Bethel AME Church at 2
regardless of race, color or creed his h man and legal rights. Hating each of the following: Merry
Nayr has been given the go BltU Army p.m. with Rev. S. A. Cousin of
no man fearing MO man-the Negro Press strives to help every man the Go-round, Whirly
ahead
signal for taking over ficiating. Mrs. Robinson had
In the firm belief that all men are hurt as long as anyone Is held Tank, Water Boat and Railroad
back. probation department of the Train. been a member of Bethel for 47
Juvenile Court and Youth Hall. occasion years and she had served as a
As expected Juvenile Judge W Those enjoying the member of the Stewardess
THE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKThe R. Culbreath looks With disfavor with Billy and Jennifer were Board and the clerk of the
Er-
and
La Juana Cohen, Ralph
upon such a change. church for the past 40 years.
Cal-
roll Mlzell, Danysu Francis,
law school at the Florida A&M University is far Metro Commissioners have approved vin Mapp Jr., Nora Jean Williams Survivors sisters include Ethel a son Merritt, Joseph of,
two ;
ordinance there's
an so
from being a success if published reports about that schoolare some more orders anyway.A Yvette and Renee Shavown andWalter Jacksonville and Mrs. Leslie

; correct. Judging from the source from which these Janet Franklin Maurice Ban- Badge of Jacksonville, a'' broth.

]reports come they should be accurate.A bit of history was made on nerman,Peterson Samuel,Grant Jr., Gigi er, Noriah Merritt also of Jacksonville

Monday when the Rev. Harold and Ulassee Mason, Frankie .
group of well known Miamians, one an ex-Circuit Perry rector of St. Augustine'sMission Logan, Rosemary and Charles"Chuck"

.Judge, two attorneys and a doctor agree that the law delivered, Bay the invocation St. Louis, at Miss.the, Clemmons, McLendon Patricia, McCall Vivian, WILLIAM of 340 Biscayhe: CARROLL Blvd.; ,MAttT died qn

school is just wasting Florida taxpayers money. opening of the House session.Fr. Marcia: Miller, Andre Mitchell, June 29. Military services were
Perry is a Negro. Norwood Glen and An held Monday at the Arlington
Statistics given show 37 graduates since its first dre Benny Coles, David, Hadley, Alan, National Cemetery in Arlington,

commencement in 1954. Five of its graduates have pass- Wednesday at Samoset near Stephanie and Pamela Johnson, Va. with full military honors.

ed the Florida Bar Association examination which is required Bradenton, lightning struck a David and Donald James, Theda LOUIS SPRADLIN of 236
20,000 gallon fuel tank spreading
Rose and Henry James Larry
before entering legal practice in the state. fire that destroyed 50,000 gal- Doshla Ann and Wanda, Wil- NW 8th St., died July 3. Services

lons of fuel, an office building, liams and Brenda Mapp.In held Monday from the Chapel
Last year 16 were enrolled In the three year course, two trucks and other equipment with Rev. O. E. Turner officiating -
only one scored high enough for admission to the law addition to the parents, Survivors include a sister,
Mr. and Mrs Williams B. Haley Mrs. Rosanna Rodgers of Great
school at the University of Florida.
A U. S. District Judge has ordered there was Mrs. LillIe P. Haley Neck, N. Y.JASPER .

Because of these facts, plus the fact that the Univer- desegregation of the University were(grandmother Mr. and),Mrs Other M. I parents. Ban-

sity of Florida is desegregated, the following citizens of of South Carolina and nerman (godfather: ), Mr. and EVERETT of 118

Miami have filed a suit contending that the law school all Will state S. parks.C. Mrs. Carl Williams Mr. and Mrs. NW 19th' St., died July 3. Services -
Join the ranks of Earl Mizell and Mesdames Al- held Thursday at St. John
should be closed.
those who defied Church 2 with
court ordersor thea Cohen, Lillian Peterson, Baptist at p.m.
will she respect the decision? Rev. Thedford Johnson the
Former Judge Stanley Milledge, Atty. Howard Dix- We'll wait and see. Catherine Mapp, Naomi Grant pastor, officiating. Survivors include
Martha Anderson
on, a former chairman of the Florida Civil Liberties Louise Mitchell
Geneva James, Viola Ma- a wife, Exter, two sisters
Union, Atty. Tobias Simon, secretary of Florida's Ad- son, Bessie Forbes, Dorothy Mrs. Emma Sweeting and Mrs.
visory Committee for the U. S. Commission on Civil Rights Personal MentionPeter Harris and Mabel Mapp. Elizabeth Haynes of Alley, Ga.
two brothers and Oscar
Joseph
and Dr John O. Brown CORE leader and well known
a Johnson, 1951 NW 5th Everett of Winter Park,, an
civil rights fighter, in Miami.If place who has been in the Jackson lunt, nieces, nephews.

Memorial Hospital, has recovered SOCIAL SECURITYAre _
the law school is closed down it might seem to, and is now at home. LILLIE BELL RUMPHof

some of our readers as a setback for the university. But 1715 NW 6th Ave., died July

since the University of Florida Is desegregated, it should I Friends of Mme. Helena SI- 5. Services held in the chapel
fontes July 9 at 4 with Rev.
are pleased to know that p.m.
prove to be a silver lining to a dark cloud. she is convalescing at home after --- Woodley officiating. Survivors

spending a week In the include a friend, Mrs. Emma

Christian Hospital. She lives at M Y ,Y v?.tr ua ..__. Key and other friends.
The World Council of Churches on Faith and Order 3165 NW 48th Terr.

will hold its fourth conference at McGill University, Montreal you planning to retire TOM WILSON of 462 NW 6th
Canada 12 and David Robinson soon? If of St., died July 8. He is survivedby
opening on July continuing until president of you are one your
26. the Student Bar Association at first questions will probably be, two sisters, Retha Wilson
July
Duke University and Marcella "What must I do to receive and Edna W. Gray, nieces and
Wake were married social security benefits?" nephews. Arrangements are in
Delegates and other representatives attending the last Fri- complete.
day. According to E. P. Blonston
.
conference number 450 including five Roman Catholic district manager of social security -, Infant Girl Hall, daughter of

priests named by the Vatican secretariat for Christian in Miami (North) office, Mrs. Carrie Hall of 234 NW 12th
Unity. Mr. and Mrs. William B. Ha an early inquiry can speed delivery St., died July 3. Graveside servIces -
ley and children, Billy and Jennifer of the first social secur- were held Friday.

Among important discussions will be the theologicalreasons are back at home in Opa-: ity check.- worker ran file a
locka after a brief visit in Tal!: claim forbenefits up to three Final rites and services were
why Christianity is separated and the possible lahassee, Jacksonville and Al-: months before his retirementdate. held Thursday at 3:30: at St.

avenues toward unity. bany Ga. After visiting his This advance filing will Marks Primitive Baptist
grandfather, Billy said that he allow you the time to get the Church with the Rev. Johnson
What are the nature and. purposes of the Christian must get back to Miami for his !information and the evidence officiating.

Church? birthday partv on July 8. Grand necessary to establish entitle-
father Is A. P. Turner of Talla.lassee ment before the first check is
How does the ministry fit into the Christian schemeof and father of Mrs. Inez due. Hanker . .

things, and, what doctrines help or hurt it in the modern Haley. salaried are a wage earner or SUSIE
MAE of
HICKMAN
person, you should
world? bring a record of your 1962 2779 NW 46th St., died July 5.
JESCA Fishing? earnings, such as the withhold The body was shipped to the

ing tax statement, Form W-2, Nelson Funeral Home, Hamlet,
It ,has co e"to'' Ye Editor that patients at the Jack, So So But Fun given you by your employer. N. C. She is survived by a

son Memorial Hospital occupying beds in the ,hall are If you are a selfemployedperson brother, Edward Allen.
"Great fishing day but the It will be unnecessary
the
charged same rates those
as occupying
rooms.
fish were not biting" was the for you to submit a copv of your
response by Mrs. Elizabeth 1962 Federal Income Tax Re- JAUL ROBINSON of 675 SW
Could this be true? If so, does it stem reasonable? Curtis when quiried about the turn that the tax has been paid 11th Ave., Homestead, died on

Not. in Ye Editor's opinion. Senior Citizens fishing trip to to the Internal Revenue Ser- July 10. He is survived by his
Lake Okechobee. vice. wife, Sally. Arrangements are
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,
a... ' incomplete?

! '.; '' IF ONLY ONE! .. C amber(of> ts'Commerce 40 Pahokee Senior figure You for should the have total on amount hand of a

Citizens and friends enjoyed a your wages or selfemploymentnet should inquire before you re-
Governor Farris Bryant has appointed. a seven-man combination fishing trip, sightseeing income received to date In tire.

State Barber Board which he said was handpicked to rep- tour and picnic by spend. 19G3 and also be prepared to Your local secial security office -
barbers and them ing all day Thursday at Lake furnish ,an estimate of the total is located at 234 NE 79th St.Vacation .
resent fairly regulate correctly.
Okechobee. the earnings entire you expect to. have In ---W"'I....., ... _ _..... _

Governor, couldn't you have handpicked one Negro Arriving by bus early Thurs- OTou should year.also bring proof in
the MountainsFor
out of this seven -for this board? day morning going directly to .f age for yourself and for any
the pier where they found fish. Jependents who are eligible for complete rest and relaxa-
Governor, do you realize that there are hundreds of Irrtj equipment, bait and reserved benefits. While a birth certificate tion plan to spend your vacation -
Negro barbers the state of Florida? picnic area provided for or baptismal certificate at the LANDINA GUEST
X : them, all seemed anxious to made at or near the time of HOUSE Ilenderaonrille, N.a
Gpvernpry isn't it time you give your Negro citizensin quickly drop their hooks. I birth is preferable many other Private rooms and baths and
;
types of evidence my' be ac the finest' food. .
including
$6 -
the state, .some. consideration? The fish that per day
rBelieve .. were caught cepted. However, It Is not nec-: 2 meals, also a cool rest
(mostly cat) were cooked and essary to delay filing a claim home for
it '' not of them voted for professionals.
although -
or
many you, eaten on the grounds. They also solely because evidence of
age
''you might have been: elected without their vote. cooked barbecue and roasted hot Is not readily available. :. Hollis Landrum

dogs. Last, but not least! Brint:? 710 1st. Ave., W.HenderaonvUle .
'Governor whenever, another opportunity arises, your social security card'' with _
please rejnetaber ypu are' the governor of all races in the For The return trip was leisurely you! Mr. Blonston stressed that N. C.
," sightseeing purposes. Every for prompt payment, of your
state of kFlo da. one was home by dinner time. first social t Au9
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SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1963 PAGE 5
Profession Warned To Halt DiscriminationIn

an address in Los Angeles in medicine in a speech prepared -. ing the address, he said:
Wednesday, Sen. Abraham Rib for delivery at the openingof "The civil rights issue is so STD pFAlL/NON OW !
coff (D., Conn.) warned the the 50th anniversary con- major in Import for the futureof ,
medicalprofession that It must vention of the City pf Hope, a our nation that it should take '
move to "strike" down discrimInation cancer. research center. priority over everything else, QAIR.
and broaden opportun- "There are medical schools barring some national emer-
ities" for the Negro. that are training no Negroes to gency." USE
ttecome'' doctors," said the former Bstker'sAVE
The "civil rights to decent secretary of health, educa- The Senator deplored the
health without regard to race, tion and welfare. "There are treatment received by James
creed or color" will not be hospitals that bar Negro doc- Meredith by young delegates at "
achieved, he said, until no per tors from staff privileges. And the NAACP convention last IT"W
son Is barred by discrimination week.
from many hospitals refuse Negro
attending any medical patients or segregate them in
"The handling of Meredithwas
school
pital staff or serving or receiving on any care hos-at special wards." most unfortunate," he said. "SAVC-IT" U Iilh.r's now ,.,,,,,,1. I.r.MM* ..4
hospitals.He "Can we justify spending billions "He has been out in the fore- women-a product tlgnd. !. h.li pr.vnl lh*
attacked discrimination to reach the moon before front, to blaze new trails. His Toil 0' hair" by ttrylg icalp I k.ct.rl. .n4

..._ .. .. our political adversaries while sincerity, deep concern and do"druW-a ..,"'.", for breaking hair" thin(
-Y-Y.Y-Y.,...: """ '='-'='- let children entitled him
--- --= -= -"" = .c'-O--- '!'" :::"""!"" 1 we In the slums fall experience to a t ttt
victim to ills for which we long thoughtful audience not the '."'pl..,and .,h.,thin lpot.-a product d..iig ntd
ago discovered preventive vac- way he was treated. He shouldbe to ,....,. natural old, giving Iwitro, boouty and) r
cines?" he said. a symbol, a hero to his ..1 Itr.ngth, converting ihorf, stubby, h'.I... hot
YOUR In a press conference preced-- people." I' 'Into tho ,..1 "Woman's Crowning GI.,)'."

AT LEADING COSMETIC COUNTERSIf

your diner does not have"SAVE IT', Itnd $1.00 for I
HEALTH NAACP TellsBranches fit 2 oz. ,to Iz., $1.50 for 4 ox. jar. (tax and postage Included .
,
DIl. M.\ KADINWhy "Quit Esther's Beauty Aids / SNewYo lt k27NtYet


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Is It that chiropracticin BCITYIN
cases of constipation, head-
aches bronchitis, neuritis, rheu-
matic and a wide range of varying In its 54th annual session
ailments so often succeeds which met in Chicago last week DRIVE THEATRE
after other methods have failed the NAACP endorsed a broad c M
to give permanent relief program for "direct action" in . ox 1-7959 22nd Ave. and 69th St.
its fight for civil rights.
All vital organs of the body,
heart, lungs, liver, stomach,I The resolution was passed by NOW; SHOWING +'
kidneys, bowels, etc.. function the convention against a Mack- riJt,3 TWO TERRIFIC HITS 1
because of their nerve supply. ground of controversies which
This supply frequently is corrupted brought to the fore rifts between GANGWAY.
when the spine, contain- the major civil rights or- ..
ing numerous Important nerve ganizations. FOR
THIS YEAR'S
centers, become mlshapen, or Leaders of the NAACP blamed -
any of its 21 individual bones members of ,"direct action"
displaced. Such displacement groups such as the Congress of Promoted BIG
however may alter the nerve Racial[ Equality and the Student to Captain r
supply to the vital organs, up- Non-Violent body for the up- j ADVENTURE
set their regularity of function, roar Thusday which drove Chi- By direction of the President
and cause many different kind cago Mayor Richard J. Daley Charles C. Mitchell was '
of sickness. from the speakers stand at an recently promoted as a Reserveof /! ll1
<
NAACP the Air Force to the gradeof
rally. The NAACP said
Chiropractic health treat- there would be official Captain. Mr. Mitchell, a
ments adjust any displaced to no apology graduate of Dorsey:; High School
bones of the spine in order to Daley. and Howard University with a
free the nerves of Interferenceand The resolution accused some B. S. degree In civil engineeringand
restore normal functioningof NAACP chapters, of "dragging commissioned as a 2nd
vital organs. People need their feet" in the various formsof Lieutenant by the U. S. AirKorce
chiropractic health treatments demonstration, and said that has experienced active I
to counteract bad postures, spinal "in cases where such direct duty In the States and the Far
strains resulting from workIng action. . registered or hin East and for the past three 'ind I
positions and other hurtful dered by an NAACP unit, immediate a half years has efficiently
spinal influences. Chiropractic corrective action shall worked and 1.0; presently employ.
health treatments aid in pre be requested of the committeeon cd as a designer draftsman ina
venting sickness as well as in branches of the national structural squad( for the Cityof v
restoring health. board of directors." Chicago.

Your good health may de- The delegates also cheered Charles Is the oldest of the "L
pend on chiropractic adJust- and shouted approval of a resolution three sons of Mrs. Ltmmle W :
ments. which condemned the Mitchell and the late Robert C
American Bar Association for Mitchell. He and his wife, Ann, q
This article Is published as a not including any Negroes ona
public service and is written by special ABA committee to I reside at 3001 South Parkwaj- I.IiLr'tJ( :
Dr. M. Radin, 1159 NW 3rd ave. study racial problems. I apt. 1113, Chicago.vtva.Vgt .

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Negroes Ready To Collect Debt Past Due WilkinsCHICAGO THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. .

SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1963 PAGE 7
The NAACP hag cific senators to the proposed would be watching their votes (:

returned to Chicago In 1963 bill, Mr. Wilkins stated that very carefully on this legisla-

the due date of freedom to col.. Senator Barry Uoldwater wants tion and the association would EversTo Receive 48th NAACP :
lect that which ,was promisedby 'what Governor Barnett of Mississippi "work actively for the defeatin
the man who sleeps In Illinois and Governor Wallaceof the next election of those '
soil at Springfield, NAACP Alabama want a "hands lawmakers who fall to support Spin2arn Award Posthumously 1-.1
Executive Secretary Roy Wilkins off' policy by the Federal government and vote for strong civil rights -
told members of the assoc with the Negro citizen legislation to see that they Medgar Wiley Evers, NAACP our vow that his supreme sacrifice ,
iation's 54th annual conventionhere left to the tender care of the never again get a chance to misrepresent
field secretary martyred on the shall not have been
this week.Addressing Bull Connors of this world, to the people and to made
the supervision of state' governments subvert freedom." front lines of acting In Missis- In vain, that there shall be no 11
more than 4,000 that Mar him from vot- sippi, wail receive posthumously turning back from the struggle, I
delegates and interested spectators ing and encourage a public climate ' MARCH OX WASHINGTON the10th Splngarn Medal, which ended for him on June 12
who thronged into the Pro until American I
in which he can be mur- every Is truly a
awarded to
gressive Baptist Church, Mr. dered If he tries to vote. In sharp answer to critics of American annually for distinguished a Negro free man enjoying equal rights
Wilkins set the tone of the con GOLIHVATEU BLASTED the proposed March on Wash and privileges with all his fel-
address ington, he reminded them, achievement. low "
vention in a fighting citizens. ..
Senator Goldwater and h i s Is the of all
"Washington capital
with a paraphrase of the familiar Announcement of Mr. Evers
freedom song, "We Shall fellow the Federal travelers believe that the people. It Is our capital 1, too selection was made by: Roy Wll The coveted award was bestowed -
should
Overcome." government . Let there be no uncertainty last year on Robert C.
protect the rights of an Ameri king, executive secretary of the F
: there will be a march in Weaver, administrator of the
"We march for ourselves and can citizen, in a foreign coum- Washington as a living petition AACP after the nine-person Housing and Home Finance f
Award Committee had
for all the people of our coun- try (with the Marines, if nec- for a redress of old old grievances made Splngarn its decision. Agency for his pioneer role In f ':I
try, even for those who work. essary) but should not lift a a march for decency and the development and advocacy i.
against us," he said. "We marchfor finger to guarantee the rightsof dignity, a march In a softer cadence Mrs. Myrlle! Evers will accept of the doctrine of "open occu- p*
liberty and for life, singingas American citizens in Ada- than the hoof-beats of the award for her late husbandat pancy" In housing.
we work and fight ana pray ment Alabama" or in Murderous the mount of Paul Revere, but a mass meeting July 4 In I.
for the sure victory; 'We shall Mississippi. with as clear a signal to men Chicago during the week of the .
overcome, we shall overcome to- Mr. Wilkins put all congressmen :: to rally to the cause of freedom association's annual convention. South American
day! on notice that the NAACP ."
The slain Mississippi leader
The NAACP executive head was cited for his dedicated and Youth Wants a
reviewed the steps in the courageous "crusade made to
NAACP fight which has made Most Beautiful Women In secure for Negroes of his native Pen Pal
today's climate possible and i state Justice under the law and
noted the opponents' tactics of full citizenship rights , with Dear Sir:
trying to find a split among World Now In Miami J
the civil organizations. In the magazine "Ercllle" of J
rights - - --- - -- ------
All of us In the civil rights Greater Miami A record ductlons, and Ronald Wedel, Thurgood MarshallOff Santiago de Chile I see your 1'a}
movement "believe in the same entry list of 07 girls will compete operations manager. name and the name of your ?
truths, we seek the same goals for the titles of Miss Uni- newspaper, and I write with 1.I
and we have made the same I verse and Miss United States in Judging again will be on the to Africa the hope that you publish my t
enemies as we have marched the 1063 Miss Universe Beauty basis of beauty of face, beautyof name and address. '
down freedom trail together, Pageant to be held in the figure, poise and personality. WASHINGTON Berl I.
I'm
18 old
a boy years and I
he said. Bernhard staff director the
I I Greater Miami area July 1022. Tickets are now on sale at U. S. Commission on of Civil study at the British High .4 11
"Together as allies, not sepa Along with the global array All Sears Stores, Dade and Rights, and Judge Thurgood School of Santiago and I would v' /
rately as rivals, we can shapea of beauties, the Pageant will Broward Counties; Miami Beach Marshall of the U. S. Court of like to have a pen-pal of USA, >
new era in American democ feature such big television Convention Hall, Grove Bookshop Appeals will travel through girl or boy; my pastimes are
racy, one in which our nation names as Arlene Francis, John 3015 Grand Ave., Coconut three African countries during reading, music (classical and
will realize the greatness prom. Daly and Gene Rayburn. Grove, Times of Havana Bookshop the month of July, discussing popular) collecting stamps and
ised long ago by the immortal 125 SE 2nd Ave., Sunshine I the role of the law in protecting money; my favorite
words of the Declaration of Independence New foreign entries adding Tours Travel Agency, 103rd St. human rights. sport is basketball. 't
and the Dill of up to an all-time high of Ga Shopping Center and Jephson's t
Rights" he continued. this year include Aruba Barbados Pharmacy, 23-17 Ponce tie Leon The two Americans will visit I can write in English and
British Guiana, Trinidad, Boulevard, Coral Gables. Kenya July 10-13, TanganyikaJuly Spanish.
CIVIL RIGHTH PROGRAM Santo Domingo and Okinawa. 13-21 and Uganda July 22- Farnado J, Uelsan R.
Turning to the current legis Of special interest locally, this They can also be purchasedby 20. They plan to engage in an Romero 2040
lative battle building momen- year will be the entry ot San- mall by writing the ticket exchange of viewpoints with Santiago de ChileIf
tum in Washington Mr. Wilkins dra Young, a beautiful girl from office, Miami Beach Convention students, lawyers und govern-
took note of the reaction to the Nassau representing the Baha Hall, Miami Beach. ment officials on human rights ( Is possible people (students
"most comprehensive civil problems in America and in the ) of black color. I'm Catholic ,
Hahta- program: ever submitted) mas.The African countries they visit. ), J I
by a Chief Executive._ State of Florida as always {

is taking justifiable prideIn us ...................
"Hardly had he uttered a I an event that focuses glottal NEW HOME FOR FLORIDA LIVING r "
word before certain Senators attention to the area. Governor 19-SAFETY-3
and Representatives were voic- Farris Bryant has declared a 3 large, spacious bedrooms, 2 baths, garage ,
ing their opposition. From the "Miss Universe Week" for the ......... in Florida electric kitchen '
Southerners one expected little State of Florida for July 13-21,
else, although one wonders proclaiming: The selection of aMiss OWNER AT j
what manner of men the eventsof Universe to represent the 1388 NW 55th St. with extra corner lot
Birmingham and of Tuscaloosa fairest of the many participating DR. M. RADIN Open 3.5 p.m I
and of Jackson could not nations has become an Sunday 10 n.m. 12. noon WE FINANCE BUILD TO SUIT
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"Senator Richard B. Russellof
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declared the civil
Georgia Miami Mayor Robert King ,
rights package is 'unpalatable'to High and Miami Beach Mayor Open dally 0:30 1 p.m. Baron JE 8-1340
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the Senator does not know the Miss Universe Weeks for --
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and his will never know what
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I Inc.; $200 T. S. Taller; $150, He thanked the New York Post Race CrisisThe
I YORK Within a week rotary reported. I
In daily
Jame L.V'nite; $100.50, The for its helpful support
f after announcement of the establishment Among the large contributions Queens ic;icol, New Gardens, publicizing)! an appeal for con South has acted in bad
I, of the NAACP- received were $:!.OOO from the L. I.; $lOU each, Dr. C. B. Powell, tributions. / faith for the past 10 years on
Evers Scholarship education Fund for to the provide National Council of Churches; Irvin and Audrey Smith, Mar. "We estimate" the NAACP the question of Integration, a
higher children of the 117950. the Central Confer- vln Rosenberg, and Martin J. leader said, "that by the time Pulitzer prize-winning South-
three martyred young Medlar W. Evers, ence of American Rabbis; $1,000, Homick, all of New York City. the three Evers children reach ern editor charged today.
Mr. and Mrs. Klvie Kaplan; $500 need a
will
1455Washln.ton they
more than $10,000 was receivedin Local .No. 11091', Hospital Workers Sylvan Silberman of college age amount Harry Ashmore, former edi-
the Association national of Union Frank Wittman, Ave., Miami Beach total of $30,000. This tor of the Arkansas Gazette,
$250 fund,
rice Roy Wilkins, executive sec ; contributed $10. will to set up in a trust I' said that Southerners are now
"The response to the appealfor separate from NAACP operating finding the price of maintaining -
highereducation
1HE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. this fund has been most encouraging funds to assure chlldrenp the /' segregation "intolerable
I I said. of these in the
Mr. Wilkins :: Writing current Issueof
PAGE 8 SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1963 - - - Look Magazine, Ashmore
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"For 10 years now, Southern
I : legislatures, city councils and
school boards have been largely
engaged in the enactment of
laws that were calculated exer-
cises In bad faith. Lawyers of
standing have grown rich manipulating -
legal technicalities in
briefs that could succeed only
if they were endorsed by an
exchange of sly winks between
judge and counsel"

Ashmore, a Pulitzer Prize
i H winner for his editorials on the
Little Rock school crisis, warn-
ed that this sort of "moral cor
ruption" cannot be confined to
the single issue of race, and
noted that "there are signs of
III. spreading rot at every level of
government."

I In these terms as well as In
lost economic opportunity, he
added, "Southerners are findIng -
WHY don't YOU Own a Home in segregation the price intolerable.of maintaining"

Ashmore Is currently an edi-
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Payments Are Too High? .
Mortgages, Balloon Notes And I I
They're not! They're only $68 PER MONTH /F"- .') '\."" "
VA for a 3 bedroom, 1 bath home. FHA is alto High Interest Rates? h I;; :.1'.,. <<'I. .... .
available. This does include .. ',i '< j .. . .
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thing: Principle, interest, insurance and taxes. -There are NO SUCH THINGS at Richmond j.*"' .* ,;.P.t..'>v' t *' t. / > :
Now compare this with your monthly rent Homes. We offer only one mortgage and that'spayments. > .<& -.:...,.. ,. ...........*. .... >.' i

That's why we say, "Why pay rent insured by the U. S. Government. The interest NHS Val Is Shriner

1 when you can own your own home . and rate is ONLY 51/4% INTEREST. NO SECOND
also I I" Award CandidateLambert
save money
MORTGAGES! NO BALLOON NOTES!

You Think You Can't Afford Warren Greene, 16-

'. The Down Payment? : You Think You Can't Qualify? George year-old II.son Greene of ,Dr.was and selected Mrs.

r this week as candidate No. five
-Our down payments are only $200 for veterans --Of course, a good steady job helps. Yes, In the Shriner Annual Scholarship
t and from $465 to $585 for non veterans. husband wife Award Contest accordingto
and can combine their incomes. word received from Marvin
You this in small
y can payments
pay easy up
Van Hendricks, Shriner Imperial -
to the time you move inl I Potentate.
You Have Too Many Monthly
1 You Think It Is Too Difficult ,I Mr. Van Hendricks also in-
Bills to Pay I formed the Times, the award
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\ To ApplyHome j. that was originally set at five
hundred dollars has been raised
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-Give the information
-r ownership is easy! Why, we even us and let us work it to $750 and he Is hopeful that
apply for you. out for you.Or.Is before the night of' the affairto
the
issue an announcement

It Because You Don't Believe $1,000 amount figure.will have reached the

Lambert, Is! the youngestmale
valedictorian in Northwestern -
We ? :
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I I High School history.
1, His academic accomplishments

We can prove it. Come to Richmond Homes at Richmond Heights and see for h vChU outstanding school years. .>A duringhis few

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Miss Olive Alexander,, whoupon
The Jolly Friends Social and request spoke to the club- Clyde Killens Knight .Beat
Civic Club's second annual cock upon Friendship. She said In presents for your pleasure
tail sip at the home of Mrs these times of stress, Friendship this week . I
Olivia Rogers, 790 NW 60th St., cannot be persued too far .
June 23, was a huge success andthe and in the community friend-
members wish to thank all ship builds the strength and
who made it a grand occasion. welfare of the community.
F Promptly at 5 o'clock, mem Everyone enjoyed this talk. c.i
F rr bers and friends began arriving
and were seated In the cool Others were Mrs. Lee Goines,
lawn outside. Inside the tables Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Jones
were laden with beautiful Mrs. Edward Bogie, Mr. and{
hors d'oeurves made in colorsof Mrs. Eugene Kemp, Emahuel r I Ia
r- the club and the punch bowlsof Thompson, Mrs. Katherine Jasper .
sparkling punch were placed Mrs. Cleomie Bloomfield,
outside for the convenience of Mrs. Blanche Dean, Mrs. Con-
the guests. stance Sandiland, Mrs. Marjorie!
Gibson, Mrs. Llllle ,
Lucile Stafford, Mrs. Lula
national Airport Hotel immediately lllackman, Mr. and Mrs. Alon-
] za Byrd, Madia Kaleb, Mrs..
after the reception.The
JI Mora Demorjtte, Mrs. Olivia:
bride Is the daughter of Mitchell,'MrR./'Juanita Sheppard,'
Frank Lindsay Weds Thomas Walker and the late Mrs. Mattie Pascal, Mrs. Louise
Jennie Albury Walker who wasa Williams.# Mrs? Spero Coktne
I well-loved and admired mem- Mrs. Ann Thomas* Mrs HazelCOlUe'.JMrs
ber of Greater Bethel AME ; Georgia.. Rodgers, :
Thomasena WalkerMiss Church. Mrs. Lindsay was grad. Mrs Dorothy Copeland, Mrs.
uated from Booker 'Washing.. l Krankie: GlblM,, Mrs.' Juanita
ton High School and from Virginia Coaster, Safronia Kenon and N
Thomasena Garnet Mrs. Jocelyn Burroughs directed State College. She is cur- others.
Walker and Frank Charles the wedding. Mrs Ken- rently head of the Departmentof The Gardenia Circle was rep-
united in marriage neth Johnson planned the Business at North Dade. The resented.
Lindsay were church decor and the wedding groom is the son of Frank Lind- Members serving: Mesdames Theola Kilgore"The
ih the spacious and beau reception. Orville Turnquest, say and the late Esther Lind- Bertha Lewis, president; Emma
tiful Greater Bethel AME Inquire, Nassau was toastmaster. say of Raleigh, N. C. He is the Ward, vice president; Mrs. Ida Love of My Man"
Church on last Saturday after- general chairman of the Dining Sidney, treasurer, Mable I. Adrn.' Fri. & Sun. $1.25
noon at 5 o'clock. Rev. S. A. Car Employees Union, Local'415 Daniels, secretary: Mildred De-
Cousin assisted by Rev. FredJ. < Pre-wedding affairs included representing fixe major lines veaux Johnson! financial secretary Saturday $1.75
Hkks performed, the cere- a miscellaneous shower by the His office is in Washington. Mae Woods, chaplain, >X>X> N >X>XS XXX\XSXXV S XX\yN*>*> .
mony. The entire altar rail was women of the North Dade Jr.- The couple will enjoy a bolat, Frankie Glover, chairman; Sara Every Tuesday nite, Amateur "
draped.with white cloth caughtup Sr. High School and of the Dade ed honeymoon in Jacksonville, Simpson and Ollva Rogers. Mr. nite Free. Regular "\
at intervals with clusters; County Business Teachers Council I Washington and New York. Bennie was at the punch bowl.
of white flowers, Baskets,, of of which the bride is presi- adult Sunday matinee 5-9 .
white mixed flowers, palms and dent. Mrs. James Bartlett was p.m. Freo. Thursday Ladies I
tall white candelabra marked hostess for the rehearsal dinner.A THE MIAMI TIMES -- MIAMI, nite. Admission free

the pulpit area. Mrs. Eloise Bar party honoring members of SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1963 FLA.PAGE 9 v .; ,
rett Kemp presented a prelude< ,he wedding party and out-of- COMING ATTRACTION ,
music. Mrs. Mar- .
of nuptial town guests Barrister Orville
guerite Miller sang "Because"accompanied Turnquest and Mrs. Turnquestof ,
by Charles Jones,
Nassau Jackson-
and rrom
both co-workers of the bride. ville, Mrs. Theresa Fields and

Given in marriage by her Andrew Sampson was given ,,
father, the bride was lovely In by the Lindsays at the Inter- 4

a formal wedding gown of : ,,
white peau de sole styled along Of all the
Princes lines with long fitted
sleeves and fitted bodice. A bowof
light blue velvet marked the
waistline at the back U/ low Englishmenwho
which back fullness fell into a :
cathedral length train. Appli
ques of heavy lace: over light drink gi a. ;
blue velvet accentuated the i a Dhow
beauty of the pure lines of the
dress, an original design of the .
bride s cousin, Mrs. Violet Arm many I
brister. Her waist length bri-
dal veil of white illusion net d1fRnk Gordon's 1Most l

was held by a pearl encrusted ., ,
coronet. She carried a bouquetof

white orchids. 1' ; ,
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Mrs. Orville Turnquest of I
Nassau served as the matronof of them. And it's been that way for

dress honor.was Her styled shocking with pink a dome-silk . '(, 1 .To be blunt about Gordon'sIs JOE HENDERSON

shaped skirt with a diagonalfold ) ')oJ-/; '" England's biggest selling gin-as it IsAmerlca'6

of the material followingthe ; and the world's.Why .
line of the skirt at the front
and marked by a rose also of ?Probably because we f
self material near the hemline. have always refused to

The fitted bodice had elbow- Miss Emily L. Terrell, daughter i tamper with a good thing. riyF
length sleeves and a scooped of Mrs. Ammle Terrell of
neckline. A circle of matchingnet 10301 NW 21st Ave., receivedher Gordon's still harks back to /
was held by a cap of matching : B. S. degree in Education Alexander Gordon's original
colored silk petals. She carried from Knoxvllle College last I t
formula-conceived in
a nosegay of small pink month. Goo
carnations encircle by Baby'sBreath London 193 ,
years agosoits
and centered by carna- Miss Terrell is a 1057 graduate -
tions matching her dress color. of Northwestern High where. distinctive dryness and M
The bridesmaids, Jereline BlaCk.' she was very active in many flavour remain unchangedand DISTILL
nell and Octeon Cumberbatch, school organizations. She was this LONDON DRY
unchallenged to
wore similar styles dresses of also a member of Mt. Zion
pal pink with matching acces AME Church, Opa-locka. day. Ask for Gordon's by M lldlltl GIN Oww'nIM

sories. Their bouquets reversed Mer mother, Mrs. Ammle Ter name at your favourite I

honor.the Robon colors of Bloomfield the matron',and of rell two sisters, Mrs. Essie tavern and package store. ___ _ .
Mims, Mrs. Frankie Simmonsand
Stephanie Duncombe, flower ./-"
nephew, Roderick journey. r, ,'sra Ma ,
girls wore rose pink organza ed to Tennessee to witness the
dresses trimmed with lace, made
.,by Mrs. Verne Tinker. Clarence occasion.rell is touring At present the Miss Western Ter- DISTILLED LONDON DRY CM,100X NCUTUl SPIRITS DlSTIlUO IROY CIA1H 90 MOOT.coioors s
Armbrister served as ring on*cm co.no.LINDEN N.i r tooucr or p.it
States along with other teach-
bearer. ers from Chicago where she
The groom had as best man, taught after finishing her studies Clyde Killens wishes to ;.

.Attorney Calvin Mapp, Edwin In January. hank; the teenagers and '.\,
Dcmeritte and Noble Jones. young kids for their'support,

The bride's godmothers, Mes neat appearance and good
dames Alice Butler and Elvenia onduct; during the Sunday '
Davis and her foster mothers, r afternoon matinees
Mesdames Clarence Finlaysonand THINK! THINK! i
Blanche Saunders all wore .. ..................44. .-. 7"
red carnation corsages, gifts of : '
the bride. LIMITED NUMBER OV ;
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The wedding reception which pw Year Round Occupancy v :
followed was held at the Opa- .
locka home of the bride where WIGS $20.00 WEEKLY J JPurulfthed
served under a gay t
guests were ,
Efficiency 1
grounds.bridal canopy The on gride's the table spacious In t I .' (Gas Electric Water ,. f', ..,
flve- R:" :' (Except alr-condltlonlnjt' ) i 1
the living room held a "1: .

: tlerred Hostesses wedding were cake.Mesdames STARKEY'S BEAUTY & WIG SALON 11\; __ .. 21 Patio Incoming Hour Restaurant Phone Calla', .

i Violet Armbrister, Petro Beach- '; \ ou'll love our swimming pool
am, Joseph Clark, Solomon

Samuel Curry, W.Harrison Eugene Charles Duncombe,, John, HI 8-9338 3605 GRAND AVE. ;. ;1!:fr-iL N SIR JOHN HOTEL

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Lewis, Everette Murphy, Clar- I. '.M' 1 FR 3-3381
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. :.:: ;;: !I We Congratulate

Phil .Ossofcr Says . I
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1963 Fifty-three years of marriage

,. was observed by Mr. and Mrs.
..II 1&In.f JrIrEF'lrlrlrxr JrIr.n IrIrIrlrElrl. Broward It strikes me as being very Tozell Bayley who reside at

VETERAN'S CORNER County strange that while the Prophet- 1225 NW G5th St. They .were
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Founders of the divinity revealed married in Albany, Ga. on July
1'I'': JT Ir.jj.ll..JT>T..JT..1T'.JT..JT..JY.lIJTJIJT.JT.JI: ::JY".JTJTJr..JI..JT..JYJT..JY..JY..J .JLILjLI News religions are conjoined in 10. The couple has no childrenbut
the perfect state of love, their reared
A This Is prepared weekly at A. We haven't seen it in writing KyWalter followers are In strife. Moses, has successfully
the office, 084 West riagier St., but here is an educated Bowe the Founder of Judaism, fore- four. Mrs. Louise Brown, MIami -
Miami for Information of veter guess. The average age of the told the coming of Christ, who ; Mrs. Stella Mosley, Julian
ans In this area. WWII veteran today is 43. Our linked Himself with Moses, Phillips, Detroit and Miss
THE RAVEN latest mortality table says if a saying, "Had you believed Patricia Mosley, Miami. The
QUOTH"NEVER MORE" man reaches 43: he can expectto t::: !I:>o.I:.. -- - - - - Moses, you would have believed couple attend the Mt. Calvary

You Just can't beat our vet- live another 31.18 years. The Carver Ranches Fire Department me." Baptist Church.
There's Since we all know the ladies I Muhammad spoke reverentlyof
for
a
erans Ingenuity. who livesin outlive us, it looks like mostof still has many ticketson Moses and Jesus, provingHis
veteran
handicapped Hialeah and who can't workin us will need insurance up to sale for the Labor Day ex love for them and their the laws of the Sabbath and
his yard too much. So he age 75. So we should be pre. cursion to BiminI. Get yoursin teachings. Despite this, the followers divorcement, it caused consternation -
planted dichondra, has a good pared in advance and know we time and be ready. of Moses, of Jesus and amongst the Jews.
can expect to have to for of Muhammad look upon each
looking yard( and never has to insurance over that span pay of Paul other as misguided souls, thus Ironically, one of the proofs
Miami Times
mow. time.. Neely, giving aid and comfort to re- of true prophethood Is the
INCREASE IN1)E1'ENDENCY -: salesboy, left for New York ligion's enemies, atheism and changing of these laws In every
AND City last weekend. He lives at communism.I age, for It Is Just as necessaryto
INDEMNITY COMP AnnouncementRosetta 54th Ave. and 20th St., West change them as It is to reaffirm -
Children and dependent parents Hollywood.The believe this erroneous attitude the eternal laws.
of veterans who died In Troup, daughter of of religious prejudicestems
service or from service-incurr Mr. and Mrs. Judson Troup, of Gaskin Brothers, Samuel from man's misunder- When we discover these
ed disabilities: will have raisesin 14501 Monroe St., Richmond and Jimmy, are leaving Friday standing of the dual purposefor truths, we will find love Just
their DIC checks, beginning Heights, will wed Ira Carey, night for a two-week vacationat which all the great Pro- like the Prophets had for each
July 1. The raise does not apply son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew I Lake City, S. C. They are phets appeared on earth namely, other, thus ending all religious
,to those who are being paid Carey of 10201 SW 170th Terr. also Miami Times' newsboys of to revitalize the spiritual laws strife on earth.
death compensation, nor will it Perrine, Saturday, July 13 at Carver Ranches, and live at and to lay down the material ; c
apply to widows who are get- the home of the bride. The reception -! 54th Ave. and 31rd St. laws needed for the day in c a
ting dependency and indemnity will follow at the homeof which they appear. She has 30
compensation. The increased Franklin Troup of Richmond To explain: Each religion embodies years experienceBe
payments will be automatic Heights. The couple will honey. Miss Lillian Washington of two kinds of ordinances.The a success in
no need to write the VA about moon in Biminl.Franklin Fort Lauderdale is leaving Sun first are those which con- life. Have a
them. day for a ten-day vacation in cern spiritual susceptibilities '' happy home, get
CONVERSION OR Nassau. the development of moral principles the position
'INSURANCE I Federal and the quickening of the you want, get I
iQ. I recently received a letter Rollie Bowe of Nassau Ba- conccience of man. These are out of the rut ,
fr.pm: VA about converting my Nassau Contest hamash is here visiting his fath fundamental, one and the same by the help of
term Insurance to a permanent Ends July 20 of 25th St. and 47th in all religions, changeless and God. Let my
plan. The example they use Ave, West Hollywood.The eternal, reality not subject to years of experience -
were for men aged 40 who car- Franklin Federal's all ex- transformation. These are the help yon
ried their insurance up to age pense paid holiday in Nassau laws the beloved Jesus came, In business and
75. Any special reason those contest is fast approaching the regular monthly meet- not to destroy but to fulfill. In work, in
ages were used? final period. You have till July ing of the Theta Nu Sigma (Matt. 5:17.: ) love.
20 to qualify. sorority was held at the homeof The second kind of ordinancesin Your psychic and friends for 80
Some lucky person will wina I Mrs. Pearl Hardy in Fort I the divine religions are those years. Closed all day Wed. and
WHEATLEY SCHOOL free holiday in Nassau for Lauderdale, with Basileus which relate to the material affairs will be at the MS home, 5417
two and spend four glorious Marion Muldrow presiding. of mankind. These are S.W. 171 h St., Hollywood, Fla.
Enthusiasm and interest of days and nights in the lap of The final plans were made for the material or accidental laws ILcallng, meeting every Wednesday
the pupils enrolled in the Sum- !, luxury. The two will travel In the national convention which which are subject to change In night.
mer Reading aboard Pan AmericanJet will convene in Chicago July the
Program here at style a age, according to
CALL IN PERSON
Phyllis Wheatley is high as we Clipper and enjoy free accommodations 28 through Aug. 8. needs of the time, conditionsand -
enter the fifth week of the at the world fa. Plans were also concluded for defferlng capacities of hu Madam Hunter
program. It is heart warming mous British Colonial Hotel. In our Founders' Day celebrationin manity. Surely, we cannot live
to observe the grave concernof 'I' addition,. in order to make your honor of Soror Florence All, today by the material laws of 1657 NW 73rd St.
our parents toward the improvement trip even more enjoyable, of Pompano Beach, who was the days of Moses. ("An eye for Miami Fla.
of their children's I Franklin :Federal will give the elected as the most outstanding. eye . ") ,
reading and to these ends they I lucky winner $50 spending woman of the year. It Is the changing of these Sunday 10:30: to 2 p.m. Office
tion. As an example of this I money. We are asking that you joinIn laws which cause strife amongst hours dally 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
have given the highest coopera. All you do in order to be elig- honoring Soror All at 3 p.m. the followers of the various Licensed by state and county
PTA under the dynamic lead- ible Is visit Franklin Federal Sunday, July 14 at Blanche Ely Prophet-Founders of these religions Heading dally.
ership of Stanley Newbold, pur- Savings at the corner of NW High School in Pompano Beach When Jesus abrogated 2I
chased books which will be 3rd Ave. and 10th St. Pick up an
awarded to the top readers of entry coupon, fill it out and
each grade each week. drop it into the lobby box. If
Felicitations to the following your card is chosen you will t I For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call
top readers who have< been win a vacation holiday of a I
awarded books from the PTA! lifetime! Remember, there is
Sixth grade: Otis Myles, nothing to buy. You don't even
Yvonne Young. have to open an account to
Fifth grade: Joseph Powell, qualify. Just fill out the free BONDED L 4b
Debra Zanders. entry card at Franklin Federal
Fourth grade: Dennis Johnson I and deposit it in the lobby box. W nI
,, Charles McArthur and Pa That's all there Is to it. You
tricia Fomby. have nothing to lose and you

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I South Florida AME' Lavmen Hold Session ,,4
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A Uy BERNICE HENDERSON ported $200, totaling" $800. Laymen of the South Fla. f

Highlighting the meeting was Conference convened In the
Public Relations Director the visit of our most lllustrous
Laymen of the South Florida and esteemed Bishop W. F. Ball. Electoral College held at Delray

Conference, 11th Episcopal District Mrs. Taylor presented Bishop Beach and elected the followingto
of the AME Church, met Ball amid a rising crescendo of represent them at the Safe M
In regular session Sunday June applause that could be heard and Connectional meetings: :t
30 at St. James AME Church, for blocks. State meeting In Leesburg, Mrs. I

.. Rev. J. Benjamin Blacknell, Bishop Ball praised the laity Louise Byrd Messrs. A. P. k
pastor, Rev J, A. Roberts, presiding for their united and untiring Glenn, CV.. Penny, Andrew ;
elder and the Right Rev. efforts and their great achieve- Lemon, and Theodore Jackson.
W. F. Ball, presiding prelate. ments. He gave excerpts from Connectional Lay meeting In I .''
Preceding the meeting the the recently held Bishop's Council Detroit, Mich., Mrs. Anne Smith .
(Ihymen were served a very de. In the Bishop's talk he focused and S. T. Piper. General Conference \
licious lunch by the local organ. our attention on some in Cincinnati, Mesdames ,
ization.At very serious issues that con- Irene Taylor, Lula Baldwin,
2 p.m. the session opened cern African Methodism in Fla. Mary Colden, Messrs. S. T. Ij
:t with Mrs. Ellen Bowe, confer- but, with his 'courage, valor and Piper, L. A. Waters and G. A. ,
ence chaplain, conducting the vision will subdue them. He Members.The .
devotlonals. gave the history of the Lay Organization -

.--. . ... . Mrs. Irene L. Taylor, confer- from its beginninguntil next will conference be held at Lay Paine
--- ---- ' """---- -- was presentedby meeting
ence president, the present; We are grate.
Mrs. Bowe. Mrs. Taylor Chapel AME Church, West
ful to the Almighty God for
ST. MARY'S W M. NEW BETHEL BAPTIST brought greetings In a congratulatory sending us such dynamic lead- Palm Beach, Sept. 29.

Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor 1571 NW 68th Terrace message that extolledthe ers as Bishop and Mrs. Ball. Financial report by the treasurer
Miss Dorothy Major, reporter Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor role of African Methodist Another dignitary presentedwas L. A Watters and Mrs.
had Deacon Fred Williams, reporter laymen in the progress of our Mrs. Mahala Davis, the Louise Byrd gave the total
we most
Sunday a en-
great church. She also expressed mother of Mrs. Irene L. Taylor.Mrs. raised today, 100178. The
Joyable time throughout theday. i This Saturday the Sunday gratitude for the Interest Davis is a resident of Art- meeting adjourned with the lay.

School Is having a sale in the shown by the district pres- dulusia, Ala. She is an out- men dedicating themselvesanew
church kitchen and is askingall idents in the development of standing leader in the AME to the service of their
Sunday our Junior Church of the members and friendsto their respective charges, especially Church and the mother of the fellowmen wherein they can s
will be in charge of the morn- please coma out and help the smaller churches. She well renowned AME leader, best perform their service to ,
ing service. Sister Annie Bodl< them. brought the group up to dateon Rev S. M. Davis. God
the present and past statusof
is in charge of our Junior The week of July 17 Is Sun- the Lay Organization.
Church during the absence of day School Convention time at I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.
New Bethel. We are looking BUSINESS AGENDAThe I
Sister Farrington. forward to an overflowingcrowd well prepared, Itemized \ SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1963 PAGE 11

The church is praying for i a to attend. Remember all minute was read Uy the conference -
speedy of Pa Peter roads will be leading to New secretary, Mrs. Mary TRANSFIGURATIONThe
recovery
The Church of God in Christ
Bethel look for
so may we you Colden, Mrs. Taylor then presented -
Johnson. Our will be ir
pastor on that road? the executive vice, Mrs. 1809 NW 5th Avenue Patronal Services and
charge of the service throughout This Sunday the No. 2 choir'Margaret Carey who presidedwith Elder J. C. Jackson, pastor events are drawing near datesare

the day. Ways and Means will render the music and all.. pomp and dignity. Th Nathaniel Thomas, reporterWe as follows: Church Annual
Committee will meet at 5 p.m members are asked to be pres quarterly report of the four districts would like to express the Picnic, Monday August 5,at the
Sunday afternoon. ent. followed: Miami Dist, Haulover Park Miami Beach;
Our delivered the Zack Ferguson, ,president: acknowledgement of our state Low Mass, Tuesday, August 6
pastor ser North Miami Dlst. Willie Flet president, Rev. Wm. Atkins of at the Vicarage, 7 a.m.; Solemn
NEW MT. MORIAHRev. mon most on uplifting.last Sunday and It was cher, president; West Pain I the youth department of Eastern back- Evensong and Sermon with
Beach, Mrs. Lula Baldwin, Florida and others Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament -
A. L. Shipp, pastor Remember we are looking for president and Fort Pierce, Sam from attending the 28th Inter-: 8 p.m. A midsummer
Ruby Handy, reporter you at our church on this Sunday uel T. Piper, president. The national Youth Congress that dance and a trip for two to f
The public is always welcome* to worship with us. executive board, proposal com- was held in the city of Denver Bimini, Friday, August 0 at the !
to worship with us during our mittee, sick committee, griev- They the spent" 'Lord. a wonderful timeIn Biscayne Terrace Starlight \
regular services. Sunday School TEMPLE BAPTIST ance committee and ,ways and Room, 9 p.m. til :2 a.m. Donation f
at 9:30: ; morning service at 10:45: ; means committee made Joint reports The Mothers Board of Fifth $1.25. Tables free
and evening service at 6:45.: The L. with the proposal com-
Rev A. Thompson, pastor Avenue celebrated Its wonder Solemn High Mass and /
No. 1 usher board will celebrateits mittee bringing recommendations ser-
Every member I is looking forward ful anniversary on last Sundayat with
mon procession, Sunday,
be voted in the
the to
anniversary beginning upon
our church. The Missionaryof
to Men's Day, Sunday, Auguct 11 at 10:30: a.m. at the
12th of July thruout the 14th 28. Deacon A. J. Hanna state meeting. the South Miami District
July North Dade School auditorium.The .
with the Rev. P. J. Williamsand and Deacon P Hepburn, chairman Long will this session be remembered brought the message for the
his church Sunday after- and cochairman, with for in the words of occasion. Mrs. Mac-dell Mc- Patronal dinners will be
noon at 3 p.m. The public Is their captains and committees veteran church-folk, never had Shain. on sale Immediately following
invited to this celebration. Let they witnessed such an Inspir- the Mass at the home of Mr.
each
are going all out to make this The Mothers Board of
and Mrs. John Johnson 16051
us not forget the sick and shut best of them all. The women ing report as came from the church of the South Miami Dla1- ,
NW 18th
Ins. M. McGriff and Sister V, four districts when each reST court.
will give the men the same en- trict performed. a beautiful ban-
Simpson who is at Mt. Sinai. thusiasticsupport they have given ner marcn on the occasion.. The Potronal Festival" will

them in past years. Every- LUKE P. B. CHURCH climax with a program at the
MT. TABOR body is saying, Lets put it Rev. Ellis King: pastor We are in our State Sundaf home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry I
School Convention being held
over. Nabble, 2501 NW 103rd St.
on
Rev. P. S. Brown, minister w-, .......4. ,,.N In the city of West Palm Beach August 11, Sunday, 5 p.m. You
Sunday services will be as f r together this week,
K Worship the public are cordially inviteto :
Miss Dessle Crockett reporter
,
usual. The Training Union is you need not walk alone. come.
Sunday services at Mt. Tabor Inviting both adults and child-

were most inspiring and enjoyed ren to participate In Its program WY r
by all both morning and at 5:30: p.mVill you be NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH 'OF OPEN DOOR
night. The pastor's morning there?
message was taken from the Mrs. F E. Hawkins and Mrs. Rev. W. E. Sims, pastor Rev. H. C. McDowell, pastor
hook of Revelation, centered Catherine Dean returned last __ A. L. Stephens, reporterThe A. E. McNeal, reporter
around the vision of John in the week from their vacation In the house warming on last Beginning Sunday, July 14 f
Isle of Patmos. Bahamas d Friday night, given for the pa*I the Church of the ,Open Door
tor and his family was well ati will have its regular morning
Sunday .July 14 at 3 p.m. you J tended by members and friend service beginning at 0 a.m. Instead -
are Invited to come out and witness KELLY'S CHAPEL Many gifts were given of 11 a.m. Members and !
a wonderful sermon. The I ;& ,. freshmcnts were served by the friends please remember the
7105 NW 15th Ave.
congregation of New Shiloh Deaconess/ Board. Mrs. Willie Ml new hour. 0 am.
Baptist church. This event Is beIng Rev. Frank Cambridge, pastor '_. .. Denson and Mary Mayfield wer* The Primary and Junior
sponsored by usher board Rev. Frank C. Cambridge .' .' '.vl u".;., ':. .f In charge of the showing of thi Church School will be held at ,,
. ; .
No. 1. of Kelly's '. !
was appointed as pastor .
'' ,. r' that hour. We are trying to beat
Methodist Church gifts.We
1
Sunday July 14 at.4 p.m. luring Chapel the Florida Conferenceheld ,I were honored with the the heat and make it a little '
there will be a benefit tea at in Galnsvllle June IMC. i I presence of Rev. J. E. Mccra more comfortable for those who
the home of Sister JosephineLove r of Ocala, the Moderator of Second wish to worship God on Sun.'I
former ;
Rev. Cambridge,
pastor day mornings.
71GO NW 20th Ct. of Trinity Methodist Churchof r Bethlehem Baptist Assoc ,\
six'ears. atlon who offered prayer fo Our deepest the
West Palm Beach for ,: t. sympathy to
MT. CARMEL BAPTIST Is a native of South the occasion. Your warm hos- Pogue family We had in mind
Carolina. He completed his high potallty will always be remembered Dr. Pogue who is a leading .4
his home St. Luke Primitive by the pastor and hU). at of ,the
Rev i D. A. Bradley, pastor school! education In Greater pastor one PresbyterIan -
Mrs. Christine Cohen reporter state and is a graduate of Claf- Baptist Church will celebrateits family. Churches in Cleveland. He'

Our pastor and companion In College. Rev. Cambridge is pastor's second anniversaryon The installation service for is a brother of the late Thomas
celebrated a very fine anniver- JIving a full life in the serviceof Sunday, July 14 at 3 p.m. Rev. Sims will begin July li Pogue.As .
God having a faithful wife Rev. W. H. Kinsey of Ft. Lau- the corner of
sary on this past Monday and thruogh the 10th. You you pass \
we would like to thank all our and four blessed married son derdale will deliver the anni vlted to attend these services NW 61st St. and 8th Ave. you ,
friends and the Rev. W. K. He comes to this charge with sermon. The public is will notice that things are beginning -
Smith and congregation for that the zeal and determination to cordially Invited to worship Vacation Bible School to hum, as the work-
very fine and spiritual service.Te minister the congregation as a with us.JORDAN. begin July 15 through the men have moved the education
true Christian warrior. from 0 a.m. to 11:30: a.m. WII house from where our Hew
No. 1 choir will celebrate All members and friends are GROVE M. B. urge parents of the place of worship will be start-
its anniversary on the 25th of Invited to attend services reg- to send their children to ed In a few days.Couples .
this month and will close out ularly every Sunday. Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor Classes. All children are
on that following Sunday after Sis. Ella K. Wright, reporterOn come. The Club ,Invites
noon. Won't you come and enjoy last Sunday the spirit was you to go wing them on an'out.
yourself with them. MT. CALVARY BAPTIST high both morning and night Let us not forget to visit witH Saturdal' July 20 to t* h e
Prayer meeting also Tuesday at with our pastor delivering both and pray for our sick and shut+ in the Everglades -
Bible Class Tuesday at 7 p.m. Phyllis Myers reporter sermons.On Ins. Contact Mr. and Mrs.
Remember the sick and shutin Starting Friday night at 8 Tuesday night, July 0, one Timothy Williams for any in-
in your prayers. o'clock the No. 2 usher board of our young ministers was or- formation. ,
will Begin Its anniversary pro- dained. This young man, Rev.J. BETHEL BAPTISTRev. Remember the change time

gram. There will be man y E. Jenkins, is well known L. R. Ross of Sunday morning services.
BAHA'I ASSEMBLYThe choirs and visiting churches to for his ability to sing as wellas Bettye Nolton pastor Visitors are always welc6tft&. ,;
reporter .
The publics preach. lie was once a mem-
on program. .. .
Baha'l Assembly of MIami appear invited to come. ber of choir No. 2 of this The usher board of Bethel'
will ,present another in a program will church, t/uslness manager for Baptist Church is celebrating NEW PROVIDENCE '
series of discussions on religious The anniversary after. the National Sons of Thunderand its anniversary on July 21.
tdr
to a close on Sunday Rev. C. J. Burney U
themes 8 p.m. Sunday, July come deacon of Jordan Grove. 1
14 at the Center, 137 NW llth noon with the final program.Rev. He is a now pastor of FriendshipM. Beginning at 3 p.m. the Sis. Claudia Wilson, reporterThe
will be the guest
Ave. Mrs. Luclle Buffln, member Atkinson Is invitedto B. Church.We hearts of all attending will be Sunday' School: and BTU
The public
of the Coral Gables-Univer speaker. Jordon Grovers want him greatly Inspired. Convention is now In session.
sity Chapter, American Association come. July 21 the and Friendship to know that The guest speaker Is Rev. It will come to a close Sun-
Sunday
for the United Nations, On next board will, celebrateIts even though we'll miss him Faison, pastor: of Morning! Star day afternoon. If you haven't
will lead this session. The subject -' Deaconess The cooperation very much, we still pray for Baptist Church In Princeton. been we will be looking'' for you
will be "Spiritual Unity. anniversary.of the entire church is ask him and the church the best of Everyone attending will witness Saturday and Sunday. Continue
The public Is cordially Invitedto ed. everything. this great event. In prayer for the ilck.Wj .
attend.




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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. CARD OF THANKSThe -

PAGE 12 SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1963 family of the late DEA THS

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CARDS MEMORIALS , ,1'1; RANGE .

.'t, 'i-r: '. > MRS. LILLIE MAE SIDNEYof
$ >! 1390 NW 52nd St. died July

a,. 5 at her home. Mrs. Sidney had
IN MEMORIAL CARD OF THANKSThe been a resident of Miami for 30
She leaves to mourn her
In loving memory of my dear family of the late years.passing her husband, Harry,

husband, GEORGE JOHNSON tour brothers, Tappy Eddy,
6272 SW 59th place, South Miami William, Martin and Johnny
who departed this life July ,, four sisters, Rosa Walker, An-
Ya t 1, wish to express their heartfelt nie Lee Penn, Lucille Wilson
thanks to the many friends and Mary Lee Jones.
and neighbors for all tokens of

sympathy shown them In their MRS. HATTIE H. MILLERof
nour ot bereavement. Special 11500 SW 142nd St., Perrine
appreciation to the Mt. Olive died July 11. Mrs. Miller had
baptist Church, Rev Felder been a resident of Perrine for
ana\ the House of Albert. May; seven years. She is survived My
God's blessings be with you aJ- her husband, Charlie J., her
woays.l1rs. parents Mr. and Mrs. Louie B. Funeral services were held
Lizzie Johnson, wife Howard; two children three sisters Thursday morning at the
Ella Wallace, daughter and four brothers. Arrange Church of the Incarnation for
Wallace and George Jr. ments are incomplete. Lewis Wilkerson who was
sons REV.. JOHN ANCRUM drowned while swimming at
Mrs. Annie Vaughns, sister wishes to thank the staff of the Virginia Beach July 4.
; Baptist Hospital, the personnelof Albert .
i2'? the Bethel! Williams Funeral Wilkerson was swimming dur
; CARD OF THANKSThe Home and the many, many OLIVER PENDLETON, 652 ing the early part of the day.
friends and neighbors for their NW 9th St. died July 2. A son, I He came out of the water for awhile
Kindness and sympathy shown Horace, three grand children. and chatted with his wife.
family of the late during his Illness and death. and nine great grandchildren Later he returned to swim-
JOHN EDWIN CULMER Also for the beautiful floral] survive. Remains sent to Bainbridge ming.At .
would like to our Ga. for final rites.
priest, express tributes, use of their cars and
"a hanks to the many friends who other acts. Special, thanks to lunch time his wife sent
x assisted in rendering deeds and our pastor, Rev. L. R. Ross and TERRY ALAN GEORGE, eon her brother to call him, but he
CHARLES DEAN acts of condolences during the< the other associates of of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Georgeof ould: not be found. The guards
who departed this life July 12, imc of our bereavement.Our the Bethel pastorlal Missionary Baptist 21291 NW 68th Terr., died on were notified and a search
1958. abiding thanks to the Church. May God's Messlngs be July 4. Services conducted July 'I.' made but to no avail.
Beyond the gate our loved Bishops and clergymen of the with each of Thanksto i/.
one has found happiness and ever you. The Coast Guard was notified.
rest and there is comfort in the iJiocese of South Florida am.Isewhere each of you. JOHN LIVINGSTON, popu- The body was discovered Friday -
the people of Stignes' Mrs. Irene Ancrum
afternoon in the Govern-
thought that a loving God
larly known as "Coffee" who
and friends who sent And
knows best. Family ment Cut, some distance from
flowers and resided at 250 NW 10th St. died
arcs telegrams,
The Family Aiered their and ser- July 7. Services Saturday, 3.30:: Virginia Beach.Wilkerson .
prayers
Mrs Mae Dean, wife vices. Our thanks also to those IN MEMORIAMIn pm. at New Providence Bap- a quiet, genial

.vho contributed to the John loving of dearly tist Church, Rev. C. J. Burney, person was well known in religious -
memory my He will be In in
pastor.
Fund repose
Edwin Culmer Memorial fraternal and civic
beloved grandmother,
IN MEMORIAMThis the chapel Friday afternoon.
,/hich will augment in servings MRS. ANNA LATTIMERof circles.
is little of a reminder of the atlectionMich
just a memory Madison, Fla. who departedthis
and 1 share in the He had served for quite some
you life July 5, and laid to rest
the
time as treasurer of Churchof
le of our loved one.
$ eI since
15. Twelve
.
July years the Incarnation.Mr. .
Our heartfelt thanks to the you've been gone. It only
jethell Williams Funeral Home, i seems like yesterday. Your lov- Wilkerson came from the
nc, and the Oscar L. Range ing face, sincere prayers, guiding Bahamas aWout 50 years ago.
uneral Home and stall for love and oh so many other He was president of the local
aeir most courteous and dlgnliCd !- things that will keep your mem, branch of the defunct Universal -
assistance in providing projssional ory always lingering in my I Negro Improvement Association

I r' ::; services. heart.Sadly for many years and up to
Rest eternal, grant unto him, missed by your his death he was affiliated with
) Lord, and let light perpetual granddaughter.Mrs. I Liberty City Elks' Lodge.
line upon him. Evelyn L. Floyd
; Mrs. John E. Culmer And Family Surviving are his wife, Alber-
< Cyril; two sisters, Diana Fran-
: CARD OF THANKSThe J4j cis and Hilma Kemp and two
brothers, George and Colonel.
IN MEMORIAM family of the late
MRS. EVELYN HIRES The Range Funeral Home
In loving memory of our wishes to thank its many had charge of arrangements.
husband and father, friends for the kindness and
CHARLES ROSS SR. sympathy shown us during our
vho departed from this life Julys hour of grief and sadness.
19G2. Your kindness has really beena FRANCIS .
Each day we think of you as comfort to us. Thanks also to ..... 3
leaven is meant for you. Francis Funeral Home and MRS. MARY JANE ii y GEORGE HALL of 1625 NW
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Sadly missed by: New Hope Primitive Baptist WOOD died at home 1245 NW.I 152nd St. died July 8. Ar-
BISHOP LORENZO FREEMANWho Mrs. Syble S. Ross, wife Church, Rev. T. C. Samuels, G9th St., July 7. She is survivedby rangements are incomplete.
left us Just one year ago Rosa R. McCoy, pastor two daughters, Edna Daw- Survivors include two sons;
Just one year with the angels; Sylvia D. Ross, daughters The Hires Family son and Theola Davis; two sons George and Jehue, a daughter,
Just one year you've been gone Charles Jr., and Roland Evelyn Latimore and Eugene and Lovejoy; Mrs. An- Geletta, a sister, Virginia Fox,
Just one year in Heaven, sons Hershel Horne nie Blocker, sister a brother, eight grandchildren, ten great-
Singing around God's throne. Yolanda McCoy, Nathan Brown and six grand- grands and other relatives.
One year ago you said goodbye granddaughterIN children. Services will be con-
From this earth you had togo; IN MEMORIAMIn ducted Saturday at 4 pm. at
One year seems like a thousand, New Shiloh Baptist Church, :
Oh, how we miss you so. MEMORIAMIn sad but loving memory of Rev A. M. Griffin, pastor. She
dear
and child
Sister Mamie Freeman my only ,
will be on view In the chapel
And Family loving memory of our dear Friday morning.

one,
MRS EMELINE V. SMITH GARFIELD GARDNER JR.,
IH MEMORIAMIn who passed away July 12, 19GJ. 1971 NW 2nd court, died at home
July 9. His widow, Bert sister' .
,
sad but loving of We dedicate these words: ;
memory '
and two brothers
survive. Ar-
our loved one, The rose still grows beyondthe -
wall rangements are Incomplete.

Near shady wall a rose once
grew, r MRS. WILLIE MAE PATE,
wr Budded and blossomed in God's 1971 NW 2nd court was dead L4
free light on arrival at Jackson Hospital _
r Watered and fed by morning \ k a July 10. Her survivors Include
dewShedding her husband, Will; a son and

,, its sweetness day and daughter, a sister and two brothers. -, +,' .
t'v night. Arrangements are Incom-
t
i
Onward It crept with added plete.
strength
With never a thought of fear MRS. ESTELLA PATTERSON 1
or pride: died'sUddenly July 10 at
It followed the light throughthe her home 17019 SW 100th Ave
.v
crevice-length Perrine. She Is survived by her ,
And unfolded Itself on the husband, three sisters and threeoroiners.
other side. Arrangements are In- t

shall claim of death cause us complete. JOSEPH EVANS, a pioneer
A to grieve Miamian of 1754 NW GGth St.
And make' our courage faint or CARD OF died July 9. Mr. Evans movedto
THANKSThe
fall? NEVILLE ADOLFGOULBOURNE Key West from the BahamasIn
Nay let us faith and hope receive family of the late, 1899 and later to Miami in
: who departed this life July 15, MRS. RET DAVIS 1917 where he made his home
The rose still glows beyond the 9G2. wish to express their sincere until his passing. Services held a
wallScattering It seems to have been just thanks to those persons who Wednesday at St. Peter's Afri..
fragrance far and yesterday when God saw fit to visited and administered to her can Orthodox Church with
wide take you away. The pleasant during her Illness and death. Canon Obediah Barr officiating.
EDNA WILLIAMS Just as it did in the days of memories of you will linger on. All forms of contributions' are Survivors Include his wife,
who died July 13, 1961 In Chi yore Since it's true that you've deeply appreciated. Special) Laura, five daughters, Mes- s
cago. 111. Just as it did on the other side really gone. Sleep on dear and thanks to Dr. Patterson, the dames Marie Pearson, Olga
May there be eternal rest Just as It will forevermore. take your rest. We'll always nurses of Christian Hospital, Hayes, Doris Mathis, Leoncla
granted unto her, O Lord, 'and Reggie Smith, husband love you but God loves you best Richardson Funeral''1 Home forts and Frankie; a son, Joseph Al-
let perpetual light shine upon Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mrs. Ida Davis Butlermother efficient services. phonzo; a grandson, Felix
her. Amen. Bethel, children James Davis Sweeting; a granddaughter, Mrs.
Viola Crawford, daughter And Daughters Mrs. Mae Tyndell, aunt And Family Elizabeth Hargrove.



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SATURDAY\ JULY 13_ ,. 1963 PAGE 13 NOW OPEN!
'- Dade Co.
Under New Ownership and Management
Civil. SerV. Exams

The All New
Recreation Center Director I "
"Pool Manager" 23-15 .
$380 high school, 2 years as ,
s. swimming manager. Swimmlnppool 'I
GOOMBA CLUB
: .
operator, Senior first aid
an American Red Cross water I.
r safety instructor or YMCA In-
structor's certificate required. AND BOWLING ALLEYS ;

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Life Guard 21-35
$328, high school, height 5 ft A touch of Nassau in Miami ''t s

..... 8 in.-6 ft. 4 In. Must meet phy
,
V -. ,.. sical standards. Performancetest (FORMERLY THE MI CLUB J
.', required. !
FOR ItttNT on LEASEFor 75th St. Phone 696.7241
FOR RENT Apply Dade Co. Personnel 1900 N.W. 11 i

long or short terms, 1C( Dept. 1351 NW 12th St. 5th floor,, '
FURNISHEb or unfurnished rooms with 20X40 hallway in Justice Bldg. Open Mon. thru JIMMY MrC.HOW, MANACKll
alit; 111 Djia lock n ea. 1-bedroom the center. table for lawyers Fri and on Tues. evenings !8 .
uHtUrnlShed. $15 week, 2- or doctors' With a1 drive in door. p.m. U. S. citizenship required
bedroom unfiinilshfed. $J8, 1. NEW 4'JBteDnOOM' ::! 2 bath lr
bedroom furnished $21, 2-bed- West noJly'W od. :: down t "
rooms furnished $25. Call Mlc payment, bank firien ing. Call FULLER PRODUCTS of Chl- Beautiful Estate
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FURNISHED or unfurnished down and $68 month. Life AT
two or three bedroom house In Realty. 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL -c
Park area 1253 NW 43rd St.
Opa-locka-Bunche ')-4371. Open evenings and
Require nice, quiet family Sundays. Now Open
Fenced in yard and quiet Owner WI 5-9886
neighborhood. For further information NO QUALIFYING CBS ADA LEE'S DRYCLEANING
call NA
16654July2J home and Income. Top location -

In Manor Park. Both apart- And Laundry ".IT.IT.IT gfl jrg.ff, lI.lI.lI..lI.lI..lI..a.lI.z.JI.lI JIJT J JgggifJTJTJJTJJT.JT: J J3TJJJJJJ J J JJJ 4
nents fully furnished wit h
2.13t;! DnOOM HOUSE or 1-bed- eal quality furniture. Price, SPECIAL!
rdom npartmerit Nicely fenced jown payment and terms arc 738 NW 62nd St.
yard. AdUltS only. 1421 NW 55th very reasonable. Must see. Life Let us clean and style your wig

St., Realty, 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL Professional Ironing
Cleaning and Styling $6.00
)-4371.
Shirts dresses done
FULLY FURNISHED Rooms and bj
with kitchen privileges. 1929 BEST LOCATION CBS handHANNAH Wigs rental $10 a week

NW 6th court. New manager icross street from Manor Park ?' ...... Include cleaning and* styling J
Mrs. Annie Thigpen. NA 1-0980. rice is $9,000 $300 down, $71
Ch-qeJJ .... .1I.11.11.ly JJ'.JI'.JI..1I..4..11 .. JONI 11Y MIAMI 1IKAC11 {)1'] nA TOM
hO InS ()) ( nonth and you may pay it off lr Jr..y..1l.JI..4..n..4 .I..JI' d. .4>i WO11K

FURNISHED APT. Free light 15 years. Life Realty, 4932 NW After 6 p.m. phone PL 8-5723
and water. 1870 NW 55th Terr.
7th Ave. PL 9-1371. Open Sun- MOTEL
G35-9089. lay and evenings. At 1230 NW 67th Street

LOVELY ROOM in a private VO QUALIFYING Pretty DAY WEEK OR r.1r.l' :' "Jr.lr1.1rJl'T'Jrr! 1r1r.lt11ZJ.rJ.rJ"Jar! .

home for a nice clean man or CBS cottage with appliances OVERNIGHT ROOMS
woman. 5710 NW 19th Ave. NE 300 down arid $75 month

48495. Move right in. Life Realty, 493i. 631-45 NW 32nd St. MUST BE SOLD!II! r
PL 9-4371.
NW 7th Ave. Open
NICE ROOM. Lacy preferred,, Sundays and evenings. 3 GORGEOUS HOMESSee
1961 NW 166th St. NA 1-6115. Phone 635-4643 Saturday and Sunday t

EFFICIENCY. Furnished. Free FOUR CHAIR Beauty Salon for Lovett Hutcheson, Mgr. 4115 N.W. 11th Place
Utilities. 1168 NW 51st St. PL fale. All equipped. Ready for Indf 4121 N.W. 11th Place
1-33GO. Call owner Sunday all .
lay. FR 3-1493. ...11 JI..1I.JI nJZJr".J'rJrIfU': : 4232 N.W. 11th Place
Beautiful 2 bed I 1-No qualifying No red tape
DUPLEX APT. !
It
rooms with Fla. room. All electric vERY NICE 2-bedroom home Advertise Pays i 2-No waiting move right ,in
kitchen. Near thus and ittractive completely remodel 3-No closing costs EZ terms
Grandway. To see call 634-6333. ed, awning shutters reasonableerms I
Adults only. 1920 NW 57th St. Owner I' Le Vellas Printery Owner WI 5.9886
?R 1-2391.

NICE, CLEANbedroom unfurnished MERCURY 2-door. $175
1055
good location Rpf'clallzlnic.In Job Printing
apt. Very ash. Call FR 9-0177.)
:
Call
6306 NW 15th Ave. Lettorhrndiv: booklets, etc.
FR 1-9797 or NE 4-1886. A3 LARGE'LOT. Lot runs from Finest Selections in Miami
100 Invitation for $10.
:treet to street. 1819 Wash.
FOUR APTS. recently painted.quiet We., Opa-locka. Low down pay. 4705 NW 17th Ave. homes
Tree water, fenced yard, nent. EZ terms. Owner PL Lovely OpenNew
neighborhood $12 per week.
.
14481.J300
'Call at 1531 NW 1st Court for ; Tel. 635-8085 Low Down PaymentsEZ

further: Information. DOWN. No closing costs. Jimmy Washington, Prop TERMS LESS THAN RENT
BEDROOM furnished duplex I *G2 month. CBS spacious 2-bed- 320
and NW I oom sparkling clean. See this 53rd Street
aut.; Near 17th Ave. me first. Christensen, Reg. 1065 NW
Phone NE 4-0127.
48th St. Sroker. Call 751-7922. SCHOOL TEACHER SPECIAL!

NICE ROOM 1 wlth..prlvate
bath and entrance for;: single NO QUALIFYING. Move right Business OpportunityVacant Lovely CBS 3-bedroom home plus income. $500 down
925 NW 52nd f St. PL Iin. $BOO down, low monthly payments -
person.' CBS 2-bedroom Fla. $96 month.
7-4767. f -oom, fenced yard. Christensen, store suitable for
BEDROOM HOUSE. Call NE Reg. Broker. Call 751-7922. 775 NW 50th Street .'
U BUY WE FRY "
3-3198 or 69-1-5851.
NEW 2-BEDROOM APT. Has PEN ALL DAY. 737 NW 41st FISH POULTRY \ Fully furnished 2-bedroom, Fla. room, carport, and
new oven and refrigerator. Oak extras. No qualifying. $600 down. $85 a month.
St Two family special, 2 houses, W many ,
floors'!, tile bath. 3193 NW 59th both for just $98 a month. Nice BARBECUE
St. Phone HI 8-1119 CBS property in Manor Park 3710.12 NW 14th Ave. .,
,
area You can't beat this any- 5818 N.W. 12th Ave.

RICHMOND to buy HEIGHTS, two bedroom withoption where for just $14,500 total. Duplex. Live rent free, 2 bedrooms for you, 1-bed"
$150 down. A. Ben-Kori Realtor Call PL 4-4484
Fla. room and closed In garage, 714 NW 62nd St. Nites PL room to rent.
lot. 13710 Van Buren St.
large "
3-5533. Days PL 4-3431. LOW DOWN PAYMENT. FHA TERMS :

ROOM In private home for a PEN DAY 1783 NW 42nd
nice working man, 1473 NW 70th I' St. CBS could be used as 3-bed- 1352 NW 41st Street

St. OX 10425.2BEDROOM room, 2 bath home, small hut Excellent Location .r
only $9,500 total. $400 down Lovely corner lot. 2 bedrooms, Fla. room, and many .
APT. and rooming $83 pays all in less than 15 down $76 month. $9,500 total price.
extras. $400 per ,
house. 2301 NW 57th St. OX years. This duplex has several Doctor and Dentist ,
6-0281. A. Ben-Kori Realtor -
possibilities.
714 NW 62nd St. Nites PL News Realty 'nc.r'

FOR KENT OR LEASE J-5533. Days PL 4-3431. Congested Area 6

FOR LONG OR SHORT term 3EAUTIFUL 3-bedroom home (The Broker that works for you) ,
12th Ave.
10 rooms with 20x40 hallway In 1450 down in Manor Park area. 5818 N.W. 4600 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 4-0655
the center. Suitable for.lawyersor Urge lot. CBS like new. $13 yoo
doctors with a drive In door. otal. $88 month pays all You
Near a proposed school also hould see this one. Call A. Ben- PL 4-4484 (Open Sunday)
house and a separate, private Carl Realtor. 714 NW 62nd St. q
/pom Phone 691-4725. Nites PL JWJ333, pays Plj 4-331



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:' House of Assembly. Some mem THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA.

bers of the PLP were borne on PAGE 14 SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1963
IN AND AROUND THE BAHAMAS demonstrators.the shoulders of Police some and of plainclothes the

____________ ';;;--&-...... -- -- -.. .... - - - ft... men were on hand to YWCA. Co-ed Summer< Club
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Present for the installationwere prevent the crowd from turningover Forty-one teenagers games ...and danE lhg on) the
Members of the Progressive More gotwto-
a car and keep order. pallet The purpose was to br-
}
Northwest
the
the Rev. A. T. Stone of gether at
Liberal Party strongly protested -
than 2,000 men women and last everting!t ganize a Co-ed Club which
House of Assembly on Fort Pierce, Fla; grand president answered Center BatUrllay
in the children the challenge activities
h J. A. Thomas, vice president for bo* suppers Under the trees. would afford fun for
June 20 the doubling of t ie ; to bring out the unemployed. young people during the summer -
who Mrs. M. W. Brown secretary -
Morris
of N. G. ;
salary Christopher Thompson months. The selected (
lunner-up; group -
being considered for the postof and J. W. Parris, treasurer. Miss Beryl Fawkes, 8, w a s took third place, and David seven teenagers to form a
Commissioner of Police. The crowned queen of the Debu- Farrington, fourth. planning committee.
present salary is $6300 per tantes for 1963 on June 26, at
year Mr. Morris is inspector: The Supreme Court was open the Annual Elks DebutanteBall the three- Robert Wilson, an 11th grade
General Her Majesty's Over ed for the July Session on the at the Cat and Fiddle. Miss In a 20-page report,Committee student at Northwestern High
seas Police. He was recommended third, when over 50 cases were Fawkes sold 1,300 tickets. Miss man Investigating the Governor to School, was elected chairman.
to the Bahamas by the Sec- filed Davis sold COO and took appointed by Others on the committee are:
Betty made by the
deal with charges Loretta Rolle, Edwina Royster,
of State. 1 second Miss Mildred Babs
place:
retary
Board of Education against
Lament Cliette, Helen Hope,
PLP members contendWenzel 1 The Rev. Claude Saundershas sold 400 for third. The queen Carlton E. Francis, one of ita Frater and Teresa
crowned Miss Angela Marjorie
was by
Acting of teachers, said that Mr. Franciswas
treasurer
resigned as
Granger, a Bahamian, can Green, the 19G2 queen. at fault. The Board will in
withoutthe the Diocese of Nassau and the Any teenagers Junior or
handle the jolt: as well not make any decision. Until Mr. senior school
Bahamas because of the Increase Director of Education T. P, / high or recenttfaduatdS !
has been given an
Francis
increase. of work and expansionof Lightbody retired recently and opportunity { ; ; may participate;
the Diocese. He will still remain I to: attend a special Please watch fir the arinouricenieht -
returned to England on July 3.
Collie, of the Bbcird. and W}
meeting
Four men Leroy the Diocesan Registrar.Mrs. Deputy Director Rodney Bain of the next activity and
Alfred Davis make ally statement he may
Wilson, plan to attend.
Loxley will act as director until Mr.Lightbody's .
and David Rolle were firedby Daniel, well known successor is ap- wish I
the president of the Bahamas storekeeper on Cambridge Ale- pointed.
Construction EquipmentLimited i ley, died suddenly last Fridayand SEE TilE WORLD'S '.,,' ,
recently whenh they was buried Sunday. A delegation] comprising Lester GKIIAT PKOPIIRT :,:\:
asked for time a if Mortimer, Commissioner. of A True Lender ::;!,".' a z.
'
they worked on Labor Day. The Nassau Daily Tribunehas Baseball, Hiram Lockhart, president 3.') Years of Experience \>;t k i: '
They are all union men, and launched an expansion pro of the Bahamas Baseball Ilihhop, Hunter Is well knot n as ,f',.

have writtn to the Chief Indus gram estimated to cost $280,000. Association; Reno Brown, secre PROF. HUNTER ,
trial Officer about the matter. A two-story wing 88x109 is to tary, and Barry Farrington P
be added to the present struc- representing! the players, will If you arc sick, worried or In ":' -
I .
troubled this Is tin place to coniQ ',
leave Nassau for Chicago
ture. Machinery for the July '
new
Vincent Daley, 32, drowned Don't stay in the rut, back :' t
plant will come from Germany, 15 to present base all star rush 'I < ,
June 15 the veil of bad luck ; :
morning, spcniato
Saturday Japan and the United States. Andre Rodgers with two f" ;!: 1
while on a fishing trip with five The Goss web offset plaques. Rodgers was born In hold you In your track not :::, 'A" / :"
other men on the north of Hog which new would print the press, Nassau. advance fortttira by the help of f),!:: t 1t......' A. "J
who wait. paperin tied under the leadership ofj >: : ': /)
Island. Daley, was a j <
the four colors, 18,000 per hour, 1.rot. Hunter. who has 33 t.g ,f5:'(., ,,; ;; "
er attempted to pull up is expected to be installed in Lloyd Blake retained his titleas years t". ; ... > .
: 3 '' r, 1
anchor of experience in spiritual am) :'j
and fell over board, it October. champion cylist of the Bahamas :, : :
occult science. Make .t.d. ...ilL..i..f/; .,
was reported. A search was in a field of 10 on June your llomq i ;;W>
made for his body but without 22 at the Montagu Racing Club. nappy He Will show you hmv
success. Contract for the building of ultramodern He covered the 15-lap 30 mile to bypass lour ehritiies and jrctjtlle things! that life demand
t Teachers' Training distance in Hour 25 minutesand for )vntt Co in ft one. cttttle all. Hcnlirig meeting every Wednesday
one at the t Spiritual' Temple of fclon, hie., Mlt S.W. 17th HI.,
Miss Sandra Young, 19-year- College, Just north of the site 21 seconds seconds. Alex-
' old, 34-24-38 beauty, who will of the present structure, has ander (the Whip) Harris wasSERVICE West :Hollywood. n a.7:3n lUil.
represent the Bahamas in the been signed, and work is to
Miss Universe contest, had a begin immediately. More than
busy week recently visiting the 200 men are to be employed on
children wards in the hospital the project which will cost P F
where she passed out candies $787,276. The building is to fee I
to the kiddies, then visited the ready by Sept. 1964. The col-
docks and airport and issued lege will be capable of turningout A
100 teachers
literature on the Bahamas to a year.
tourists. She was accompanied I N
by Miss Vernice Moultrie, pub I' The unemployed in Nassau
lic relations officer for the Miss staged a massive demonstrationin _
Bahamas Beauty Pageant, and Rawson Square and Parlia- _
Dave Bondu, public relations ment St. on June 27 during the William Finder, Sr. -1
manager for the luncheon adjournment of the =
Cat and Fiddle. Professional Piano Tuner _
And''' Repairer 5417 S.W. 17th Street W. Hollywood'; Florida

James P. Love, 24, Parts Man. CONTINUOUS SERVICE 1935 N.W. 153rd St. 1 mile east!' State Road 11.4- 31miles west of HallandaLe on
ager of Canadian Tyre Corporation North side of the road. Office hours 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday
suffered a broken ankle SINCE 1048 Opa-locka 1 to 3 p.m. Licensed bj State and County. Headings daily.as" .
and laceration of the hands and Phone MU 8.3770 J .
neck when he was thrown from PL 1-3604
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said Meeting Lhe was St. traveling on June 19.on Lowe the 7(kv UnuS @)

when he felt something N @ @
around his neck. He ,
remove It tried to x *ry .j? >,;; > XJ y 2
but lost control and
crashed into :-.; : "
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Robert Smith, a male nurse We plan, guide and advise' f ,

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his retirement at the cafeteria
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who Smith ADDITIONS
spent most of his time at
SandIJands J.v commended Hospital,, was high. ALTERATIONSBANK @
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a and bouquet Mrs. Smith of flowers was by presented student 9aaa pGDi
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Pall The are sdof United America' organ General Building Contractors

Ized a branch in Nassau
June 25, when over 400 enrolled on. Licensed. Insured : ? @
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Zetas Open 43rd Anniversary BouleDr. State PTA Annual Meet

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Deborah Cannon Wolfe, Everglades Hotel and Regional of a strong "Home Rule" bill
international grand baslleus of Luncheon at Hampton House. i which would permit Washington At BethuneCookmanA.
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., Courtesies extended by Delta' residents to vote for their
will preside at the business Sigma Theta, Alpha Kappa Al- own mayor and city council L. Osgood, president of the ed with an Address given by Dr.
sessions wnen the delegates and pha and Sigma Gamma Rno Sororities and to control their own fiscalaffairs Florida Congress of Colored Richard V. Moore, president of
visiting members of the sorority ; sightseeing of the Miami according to the Post Parents and Teachers announced -I Bethune-Cookman College. At
meet In Miami for their 43rd and Miami Beach areas; article. that the Annual Summer 3 p.m. on Tuesday, the movid
anniversary Boule, July 1520In courtesies extended by the Fla. Workshop will be held at Be "Friendship 7" (the day of John ,
Municipal Auditorium The Citrus Commission; Buick Cour NBCL To Have thune-Cookman College, Day- Glenn as he orbited the earth)
Five Founders, Past Grand tesy Cars, Royal Crown Cola, tona Beach, July 14-17. Regis- will be shown. The Beach outIng '
Baslleus board members and represented by Charles J. Smith Spiritual Retreat tration, according to Osgood. ,: Is scheduled for Tuesday at
trustees are expected to be In III American Tobacco Co., CHICAGO When the 44th will be held in the lobby of G p.m. Topics for discussion on
attendance when more than 000 represented Uy A. L. Miles. Cor- annual convention of the Na- White Hall starting at 1 p.m. Tuesday are: '((1)) Wholeome
delegats and visitors meet. sages for the 00 national offi- tional Beauty Culturists League, Sunday, July 14. The executive Family Relationships; ((2)) What
cers are being presented daily Inc. meets here In Chicago nt board will hold its meeting at Makes a Good Home; ((3)) Neigh. J,
The boule theme Is: "Africa'sChallenge by the Florida Chapters of Zeta Hotel Sherman, with Dr. Katie 2 p.m. in the Conference Room, borhood Betterment Activities,
to the Women of Hall ((4)) Working with Community
Phi E. Whlckam featuring the second floor, White along
Beta Psi Phi
America The theme Omega fraternity
is
in
tions.Wednesday's.
NBCL and ECMA Trade Show with State Committee Chair- Organiza
keeping with the times, and Mrs. Marian H. Shannon is will be
and President. At program
July 28 to August 8 Inclusive, man chapter
adds more importance) to our local boule chairman.As following the week of the National 3 p.m. Mrs. Minnie H. Fields marked with an address by then
everyday living, as we learn the only city In the country Educational Institute of specialist In Elementary Edu- state president, A. L. Ostgood
more about the people from > with a predominantly Ne- Cosmetology, one of the major cation, state Department, and Jr., the workshop summary anda
the new African countries! gro population, Washington's and most Important events will chairman. The dinner memorial service. All chap
through work and association. welfare system has "horrified" be a special Spiritual l (Religious is scheduled to b\ held in Fait ters are urged to have representation -
Highlights of the boule Include $sociologists, contributing writer ) Retreat for which already Hall at 0:30: p.m. and will fea- at this very important -
Bill Davidson said. There over 1,000 have register- ture outstanding speakers. meeting.
local Beta
Tau Zeta a chapter program by has been a minimum of, slum ed. Noteworthy of mention is Topics for discussion in workshop For reservations write the
entitled ,"An Monday African evening clearance, schools ire dilapidated Whickam's "Words of Wisdom groups will be ((1)) Sug- Business Office, Bethune Cook-
Phantasy" followed the city h spital is an anti- Message" which appears in gested plan or work for local man College, Daytona Beach,
evening Uy the Balt-A-Date Tuesday quated disgrace, and cringe and the convention bVochurc "Let us units, ((2)) Reporting forms. ((3)) Fla.
s otH; red by Sigma brothers of juvenile delinquency, although rededicate our lives to God In Officers responsibilities with ..'++++. . . . . . . . . .
Phi Beta Sicma fraternity. exaggerated, continue to rise, these crucial times. Know God, emphasis upon the executive
Davidson observed. and learn to trust Him more committee and maintaininggood WARNER HINES
fully" and such seems to have relationships with the
President Kennedy is press- touched all members of NBCL principal, ((4)) Founders Day. Painting 'Contractor''
Ing for Congressional approval who will be in attendance at The first meeting on TUes-
will be ,". *ne.
the convention. day morning highllght-
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public Is Invited to fill .
the Municipal Auditorium in
LOW RATES
Bayfront Park, Wednesday even-
Ing to witness an address by $107.00 YEARLYTo
Mrs. Elizabeth Collins directorof ( and from work)
Adult Education, Liberia, With good driving records
West Africa; and, the famed FINANCING "' gUp a
BANK
Stanton High Glee Club, direct- .y
ed by Mrs. Alpha Hayes Moore. $17 DOWN PLAN T
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Invitations have been postedfor We Can Insure You! ........ ...... 1 ........... ..............t... .. Tit....'..
Ball Friday
the Bon Voyage
evening. Sunday, July 21, the 811-22 Filings
group will accompany Dr. Wolfeon GULF FIRE AND save trips to the store j jr
a post boule trip, via jet to CASUALTY INC. iu i iJ
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. .
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n r/ Coast Guard Academy
PAGE 16 SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1963

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Seeks Negro: Appointees

LOOKING THE . _
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For the first time in its his- out the nation. This year the
r tory a military service academyis service is using the college entrance -
SPORTS WORLD OVER YYN 3M allowing high school gradu; examination Board test

ates to use the scores they attain results in lieu of' the service
on the standard college entrance administered test.
By LEO. ARMBRISTER examination for application -

.#_,. -,_. ,.,_" "" .. ... I It. towards appointment.The Coast Young Guard men Academy interested and in ;the In-:
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United States CoastGuard obtaining its bachelor of sci-

R I Willie (Have Thrill Fane M t. t is switching from its ser ence degree ,and a commission{

. ....- ... .... ...- -..- 1 r vice administered test to the as ensign upon (graduation may'
-.1 college entrance examinationboard white; Coast Guarl Cadet, Miami -
MUNICIPAL STADIUM, Cleveland game and sent most of the fans test this fall. 32, Florida for application;
The National LeagueAll merrily on their way from an testing must be accomplishedon
Stars starring Willie American League home park, Students taking the examina- 7 December, 1963 All applications -
Amazing Mays stole the entire strange to say, happy over the tion with an eye to proceedingon must lie completed

show from the rest of the cast outcome of the game.A __._.._,_,_. _.__....___ __on _........._ with studies after high prior to this date. Those inter-.
In the 34th Baseball All Star school may have a copy of the ested may' Inquire immediately'.
Cleveland Municipal STITCH IN TIME Herbert G. Bethel, son of Mr. results Coast Guard
at for processing.
game
Stadium.It SAVES NINE and Mrs. Wm Herbert Bethel and may receive an offer of an
was evident that the American Baseball authorities, fearful of 1744 NW 5th Ave., has returned appointment to the Coast Guard
that the 'gambling scandals that to LockboUrne AFB,
at New London, Conn.
had with Academy
League come one
rocked football last season Ohio after a: short visit with "Washington D. C.'
Intent; to put a stop to the ,
He has attained his
his
might filter into baseball, have parents. The Coast Guard Academy,
of the lead
dwindling they
hold over away the National and decided to. do something atfout second stripe after only eight while similar in 'almost every Washington, D. C. With a grotesque -
the Nationals were determinedto it beforehand. They have put months in time and grade. respect to the ,other service government controlledby
cut one' more game from off limits to ball players, academies, does not require a Southern 'congressmen, is
that lead and give the fans the coaches and umpires certain Mt. Zion Host toMinisters' Congressional appointment. faced with a deepening crisis
satisfaction of being correct In places known to be frequentedby Candidates for appointment over social injustice, neglect
picking them as 3-5 favorite to gamblers In two major andDeacons9 compete on a nationwide scale and political anarchy, accordingto
beat the omnipotent American league cities Kansas City and UnionThe and the tops scholastically and the July IS issue of The
Leaguers.This Milwaukee.For physically are offered appoint Saturday Evening Post.
obvious reasons the namesof New Mt. Zion Baptist ments.
Midsummer Classic has these establishments have Church Homestead, the Rev
never failed to bring out the:. been withheld but ask any H. W. Mews, pastor, was host to Previously the 'Coast Guard Public Decorators Dealers
elite of baseball and this occasion ball player, he knows. the Ministers and Deacons' held its own examination thru- Grand Central Freight
was a ditto of previous All .
Union of the Atlantic Coast Baptist
I
Star games. GUNS CAN BE FUNIt Association last weekend, LIQUIDATING 6 FLOORSOF
The players themselves chose is interesting to know thata The sessions were inspiring/ Public Decorators Dealers FINE: FURNITURE TODAY
the active players and it I is con group of young men in our from the beginning to the close. Grand Central Freight $1,000 FR NCtt-Ital1an Dun..
ceded that
have done no one else could city have been handling guns Touching messages' were delivered LIQUIDATING 0 FLOORS can Phyfe dining rooms, complete *
a better Jott Their not for the violence the Instruments by the Revs. Joseph suites with gorgeous
wisdom and knowledge of their can produce; but rather Smith, T A. Rolle, I. C. Mlcklns OF FINE FURNITURE TODAY chinas_and buffets, 200 matching
fellow players could easily be for the sport 'and pleasure thatis and L. A. Thompson. Music $G05 GORGEOUS sectionals bedrooms, white and voId -
noted when you consider their\ derived from knowing nnd was rendered by the choirs of sofas Convertibles (new Fruitwood finishes. Freight
savvy led them to select Willie handling a gun properly. We Mt. Zion, Spiritual Baptist, Mt. modern Danish Early claim $285 if perfect $385. Exqulsite .
the Wonder who has
been haying were fascinated by the wide Olivette and Temple. American styles) freight claim '$1,800 styles $650. Cheaper -
a most disappointing sea' scope of activities that is label Pastor Mosfir: who is also president $105 if perfect $265, exquisite styles complete $125. No
son as a regular San Francisco ed pleasure under the handling of and his congregatton $895 styles $365, cheaper styles cash needed, we deliver
Giant, but once voted to the All of a gun; convinced that this deserve high, praisefor $G5, no cash needed, we deliver.
Star squad, played his heart could be a most pleasurable the entertainment they gave 150 MASTER bedrooms, gor- 150 French-Italian Victorian
out'; not letting the faith his recreation. We will from time the messengers geous dining rooms (ultra modern sectionals sofas, beautiful
league associates have in him to time try to give some com- new Danish styles-fine chairs and loveseats! will be sac-
them fall to the ground. He pulled mentary of this sport and hope Public Decorators Dealers Early American makes, will be rificed today. FROM the above
through to victory almost that by so doing to create more offered at great sacrifice today. suites, odd desks, dressers,
single handed. Grand ,Central Freight ODD desks dressers chests size beds chinas
Interest in the use of guns asa chests, king ,
The American League sport, rather than a tool of LIQUIDATING G FLOORS chinas, breakfronts, bookcase breakfronts, glass curio cabinets -
gave OF FINE FURNITURE TODAY beds, odd sofas sofabeds Danish ,
themselves a chance In their violence.We gorgeQus lamps; 'vene-
selection also, if nothing else] 150 ROOMS of' hotel Apt. fur- lounges, studio couches, chairs, tian mirrors, odd sofas, sectional
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they Wrought out a hitting are deeply grateful to nishings used 2 months, hotel lamps, mirrors, 'box springs and chairs, odd canopy and Tec-
team, which clobbered the Na- Johnny Forte, Freddie Burk- never opened. These Items list mattresses, dinette sets, maple ter beds, will be sacrificed cheap
tionals 11-6 hits.' The deficit In hardt and BoW Eaton all of ed will be sold: cheap for cash, bunk beds, will be sold cheap for cash today.
hits by the National Eastern Air Lines and James 400 famous Hollywood beds, 150 for cash today.
made up by their Leaguewas Campbell of Morse National odd orthopedic mattresses, 200 Credit if you want it, no cash Credit if you want It, we de.
run -
duction. They got the pro- Rental Cars for letting us in on dinette sets, 3-5-7 piece styles, needed. liver.
sults from almost every same hit re as their activities in this sport.Announcement 150 Danish lounges studio OUR ONLY SALES ADDRESS OUR ONLY SALES ADDRESS N
If it were a home run. couches sofas. 300 odd easy 1030 N.W. 7th Ave. Open to 6.30: 1030 N.W. 7th Ave Open to 0:30:

An oddity of the contest chairs, 350 blond table lamps, Miami I Miami
was 300 plate glass mirrors 55 Cas-
that there were a combined Mr. and Mrs. Vanderbullt I
total of 17 hits; only one for ex. Wright Jr., of 501 NW 4th Ave., with tro type famous convertibles, complete Painless) Office Treatment of
tra base that was a double announce the of mattresses, 200
engagement
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dressers, 75 chests 225 desks '
the smallest player of either their daughter, Cassandra, to 150 RUPTURE T- PILES
dining suites
side room expen- C
Abbe Pearson. Robert C. Mapp of the U. S. Air sive
lobbv and outdoor
The background of defense Force son of Mr. and Mrs. Her- furni- Veins Pro.
ture. Will be sold !Korfnl) Diseases, Varicose
heap for
through which the Americans shel Mapp of 1951 NW 77th St. cash stnte-No lost time-Discard Truss
today.
tried to poke their 11 safeties The wedding will take place
: Credit If Upon Correction of Rupture. Reducing
was too much you want It, we deliver
for them to score July 12 at St. John InstitutionalBaptist1
more than three runs; so the Church. Reception will OUR ONLY SALES ADDRESS DR. LONG'S CLINIC.
National League 'won 5-3 and We' held July 13 at the home of 1G30 N.W. 7th Aye., Open to 6:30: 1533 S.W. 1st 8t.-FU 32748. A general health service
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