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The Times are Changed and we are Changed With Them '"

4bth tEAI'7, No. 47 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SAT RU >>''AY JULY 20, 1963 A 10 CENTS

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Gibson Accuses Beach of I l"\.\.,.\'!It J,;,,,. ,\'"\1">...;'., ..,,",w.f'\ '"i kA \. t - CORE To 'PicketGovernors '" '


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Stalling on Anti i Bias Law .' ", ',''''' ConferenceWallace

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The City of Miami Beach was past as "a shining example of And Barnett and 'Wallace as "the big!

accused of stalling on passage integration," but now Is pressuring ones who have been making'

of an anti-discrimination law the city to pass a strong Barnett to Get speeches, charging that our
Wednesday by Rev. Theodore anti-segregation law. ? movement is COIT'munlst-In-
Gibson .president of Miami's spired. These are the ones who
WorksWhen)
NAACP. "Things are moving so fast
now that the City of Miami ......-.;w- do the greatest Jobs for communism -
After the Beach councilmen Beach can't rest on its laurels," the 50 governors of trying to deny' people
voted to turn the proposed new Gil/son answered He cited Or. these United States come to their freedoms.
law over to the Dade County lando and Fort Lauderdale as I
Miami Beach for the National
Community Relations Committee cities that have recently agreedto r
without taking a stand, Gib end segregation in hotels and Governors conference on Mon
son charge: restaurants. day, they will be reminded that
,
American Negroes are ready for
'The only time that a Negro Councilman Kenneth Oka complete freedom now after a
has privileges here is when a voted against passing the pro- 100 year wait
national convention is in town.,' posal on to the bl-raclal com-
mittee because he felt Miami A, D. Moore, head of Miami
Mayor Melvin Richard asked Beach should take a stand."I CORE announced that demon-
the Rev. Gibson why he has strations will begin on Sundayat
pointed to Miami Beach In the can't argue with the moral Y the Deauvlllc Hotel, confer-
Issue you raised this morning ence headquarters.
he told Rev. Gibson. q1
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Main targets will be Governors
"I'm going to put the heat on Ross Barnett of Mississippi
Metro," Rev. Gibson replied. and George C. Wallace of Ala-
Lovely Sandra Young of Nassau bama. Wallace Is due in by
"We made some promisesand Is the "Miss Bahamas" entry National Guard plane Saturday
commitments around here.If and Barnett Sunday.
in the "Miss Universe" Pageant
the Negroes are going to
keep theirs, we want something now being held at Miami Moore, who Is the national
in return. 'leach (See story on page 0 ) treasurer of CORE described

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w t qi'a i iC iNeal CUCRLcontributed I 1

4_ gy v ti a .7 Civil Rights Groups Form i


New Leadership- of Racial Equality.' Southern $800,000.* I Named to Planning
Christian Leadership( Confer- The chief aim of the council,
Council FormedThe ence Student Non-violent Co- the spokesman said, was to I And Zoning 'Board
ordinating Committee, National "eliminate violence."
seven major organiza- Council of Negro Women and "We want to provide a -cadreof Rev. Edwnrd T. Graham,
tions leading the Integration the NAACP Legal Defense experienced Negro leaden pastor of the Mt. Zion Baptist
drive In the United States have Fund. The later group Is a sep-- who will prevent things from Church and staunch Civil
formed a single council to give arate entity from the NAACP, getting out of hand and keep Rights 'advocate, was appointed
leadership and aim to the move the spokesman said irresponsible elements" from this week by tb .. ment and keep "Irresponsible Co-chairman of CUCRL are turning to violence, he declared Commission to the Planningand
-I'- < elements" from resorting to'vio- Whitney Young executive di. Zoning# Board.
Adams, pioneer Miami lence, it was revealed Tuesday rector of the Urban League and The appointment of a Negroto
businessman and civic leader night.A Stephen R. Currier, presidentof a policy/ making position >Ja:
wag appointed to the Dade the Teconlc Foundation. It Wife Killer 'Charged unprecedented in the history of
County Metropolitan. Human spokesman for one of the was stressed by the spokesman With First Degree Miami government.
Kcl.itloiiM Committee on Tues organizations said that while that Currier was acting as an Rev. Graham's appointment:
day. all seven of the groups would individual, although the Teconlc Murder was spearheaded by Mayor
retain their autonomy and Foundation has been activein r Robert King High who set the
Atlanta joins" three other Negroes Identity, they would work close- the voter registration drivein Peace Justice Sylvester. P pattern two years ago when he
". on the board: Irn. John O. ly together through the councilto the South. Adair ordered a Homesteadman named Atty Henry Arrington
Brown, George Simpson and be known as the Council for The spokesman said the immediate bound over to' Criminal a' commissioner of the Miami
Elmer A. Ward.Brooks United Civil Rights Leadership goal of CUCRL wasto Court on a first degree.murder HousIng-fAuthorlty, v
(CUCRL.) raise 1.5-mllllon-dollars operating charge after a preliminary "
The groups participating in capital by summer's hearing last Friday,
and City || CUCRL, he said are the Nation. end principally In the NewYork George Dixon, 42, of 837 SW, Black Muslims
al Association for the Advance urea. He said several corporations 5th St was charged with fatally -/
ment of Colored People, the Na foundations and individuals beating Mrs Cleo Jones, hid -
Clash Over SlumsThe tional Urban League, Congress all white, had already common-law wife on June 24. Organizing Here?

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City I of Miami fought at 'rr, -w. South Dado white men, especially -
hack '.Thursday after Luther ( t- : police officers were a
Brooks, manager of the bulk of 1 little shook up this week when
Miami's rental units gave thema Q P Negro undercover men, plantedin
going over at Wednesday's alleged IMack Muslim organ.
commission meeting.On : Izatlonal meetings, came back ti

Wednesday Brooks had accused wJth their reports.
the city of not doing a : Police Chief William Gllles-
good job on its slum clearanceprogram. pie reported that his under-
To prove his point cover men at the meeting 'reported -
Brooks showed six locations that part of the Initiation
: ceremony'.was-4&kinff an. astir
that arc definitely,: slums Inn ,
of. -demolition or repair. by each new member ."to kill a 7'
4 white man '- :preferably u po*-
CIty Manager' Melvin Reese ,. I .4 ,, llcaman." .- ...: -,. '-
got m.' his licks' on Thursday The Federal Bureau of Investigation
when: be-pointed out that two and Metro police,, as
of the'.deteriorated buildings are well as Homestead authorities,
J being. operated by Bonded Ren y are keeping check on the or"'! I
tal Agency of which Brooks Is ganization's aettvlties.'P.
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president
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J Reese was at a loss to explain y. ir Women Get $18,000
why the city hasn't actually ; ,
d6ne anything about the other' For Railroad ,
four locations. 4 4' Mj Accident .

J Mayor Robert King High,
ho is no bosom buddy of Two women received $18,000
Brooks, had this to say: last Friday for receive
*"As usual Mr Brooke" is, all.. ed in a South,injuries. railroad
words and no'action. crossing accident. ,: They had

*'"If he really Is)'sincere 'about asked 116000.
doing Something about_ slum A Circuit Court Jury awarded
clearance, he>would be stile to Sadie Patrick, 65 of Clewls-
do more than any' other Iridlvi- ton $15,000,' and Bessie Poole,
dual by prevailing on his employers Miamians' Joined visiting'members of Auditorium. For more pictures and story 43, of Pearce, $3,000. The ver-
the owners of slum Zeta ,Phi Beta Sorority Wednesday: night I on the Zetas 43rd Anniversary Boule turn J dict for the? women were
properties, to be more humane against the Florida East Coast
Of. and less greedy. atthe, public program at Bayfront Park to page 5. .> I/l t4S Railway...,.,..r far t, J

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA.


Marcia Johnson Weds M. C. Martin I Becomes

Johnson
Leona
Marcia Johnson became the an !Is a 1962. graduate of Hampton Mrs. Martin will be teaching In ,

bride- of Montez C. Martin Jr., Institute, general active In the public schools.Outoftown .

on Sunday at 4 o'clock at the campus affairs, she was member guests: Mr. and n"jd p of James:- Fulton

:Wit Mary's Wesleyan Church of:Kappa Delta PI, a national Mrs. Montez C. Martin, Mr. and ...,. ...-- '""'!:., '
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with the minister v
:Stuart officiating The pulpit ( honor society in educationand Mrs. Leon Elam and daughter, Baptist Church was of the Joht1soh-th s4i t fami
social \ Zion
Theta Mt
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:area", was decorate(1 with stand. of Delta Slgina member of Loretta; and Mesdames Fannie of the wedding, last I lAs l!
sorority She was a
the scene
:arils( of flowers and greenery. Jones, Gothlled Harvest, Zeno- wdddlhg
Dunbar Ele Leoha The ; reception
the faculty of West Columbia atterrtoon of was
Union Berrien was organist for bia Dixon and Katie Ruff, Saturday
the occasion; Mrs. Roslyn Clark mentary School. : S. C.; Mrs. Lillian Johnson and Rev. James Fulton. held in the aownstalrs' auditorium -

was the vocalist.. The groom is the son of Mr. Sands, Donald Sands, Mrs. The Rev. Mr. Edward T. Gra- of the church immediately ..
and Mrs.- Montez Martin Sr., of Agatha Simmons and son, Paul, ham, pastor, read the service. {following the ceremony. The
The petite bride, given in mar. Columbia, S. C. He, too, is a Jamaica, N.Y.; Mrs. Mildred The pulpit area was decorated bride's table, covered with an
riage by her step-father, Wil Hampton graduate and is cur- William E; Green IV, Pitts- with a pair of tall, white, seven Imported linen cloth and hold-
liam Bramwell Ward, wore white a rently a lieutenant in the Army burgh, Pa., Norma Blackburn, branched candelabra, baskets of Ing the tiered wedding cake
formal wedding gown of stationed at Ft. Belvoir, Va. Trenton, N.J.; Edna Knowles, mixed white flowers and vases was placed on a dais.
peau de sole and lace featuringa The couple spent their honey. Nassau; Joseph Briggs Jr., of greenery. The lectern was
full train. Her fingertip veil and Ann Winston, linen caught Hostesses were Mesdames
moon In Nassau. They are home Brooklyn; covered with white
of white illusion net was held now In Washington. D. C. when eHamDton., Va. here and there with small clusters Charles Bethel, Henry Covin,
by a tiara. Her bouquet was of of white flowers. The pul- Oscar Edwards Sr., Leroy Gib.
white orchid. Mrs. William II..d -"- ''''' '1'JiB a IP.1J decorated with nose- son, Dorothy Osgood and Eva-
Greene IV (Loretta Martin) was pit was of pastel flowers and lla Rolfmson. Miss Georgia M .-
the matron of honor. Her dress gays In
Linton Berrien was organist Mahon was charge of the
ferns.
was of aqua peau de sole styled Mrs Ervle Wright, vocalist reception; Mrs. Oscar Edwards
with dome-shaped skirt and ; directed the wedding.
fitted bodice with a deep V at f . ; l' ; .
the back. Her overblouse was of The bride truly radiant For her daughter's wedding,
white lace. Her head veil of given in marriage by her Mrs. Johnson was attractive In
was
net. She carried a bou- satin covered with
aqua father. She wore a formal wed- gray rose
quet of white flowers. Bride- of white satin. The lace. She wore a small flowered -
ding gown
maids, Oresta Ball, Norma ; fitted bodice with long sleeves toque and a corsage of pink
Blackburn, Edna Knowles (cousin t 'Y and deep scalloped neckline was carnations.
: of the bride), Maude New- of lace. The skirt veiled with Attending the wedding from
bold, Beverly Nixon and Ann white silk organza fell into a Schenectady, N. Y. was a very
Winston were dressed like the. short train. A coronet of opalescent special guest, Mrs. Joseph A.
matron of honor with the exception sequins held her walst- ,Tulloh.
A' V
F eJ
of their overblouses which M
w y y 4l V .J veil of white illusion
were of matching aqua silk or- length Mrs. Fulton Is the youngest
ganza. The flower girls, Kim net. She carried a white satin daughter of Deacon Daniel: E.
Burrows and Glynese Ambris- )11d covered Bible on which was a Johnson and Mrs. Johnson, both
white carnations. Pearl
ter wore white organza dresses. spray of long-time members of Mt. Zion
Charles Mention III, the ring button earrings and a single and well known In Baptist
bearer was also in white. strand necklace of pearls were Church circles. She Is a gradu-
her Jewelry. ate of Booker T. Washington
Lt. Joseph Jr., servedas I High School where a sister,
Users Mrs Robert Howard (Janice
best Leo
man. were
Jones) served as matron of hon Georglanna, teaches. Two other
and Kenneth Johnson
Adderly sisters, Mesdames Alma J. Craw
or. Dianne Williams and Sonya
(cousins of the bride), Alonzo
ford and Edna .f. Williams are
Bethel were junior bridesmaids
Bruton Oscar Edwards Jr.
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librarians In local schools. A
and All wore aqua dresses with i
Tony Ferguson Eugene
third sister, Juanita J. Jones
' skirts and match
Strachan. All wore summer ;t ] If l +# r petal-tiered
formal attire. ing pumps. Circles of aqua net now deceased also taught In the

Both mothers of the couple,I made their head veils held bya local schools. Her brother, Dr.
attractive In afternoon frocks, flat bow of self material for James Johnson, has just returned -
wore purple orchids. the matron and by velvet from a tour of duty In
i circlets for the maids. Their Germany where he directed one
Hostesses for the reception bouquets were of large white of the Army's largest clln'cs'
held following the ceremony in chrysanthemums and baby Mrs. Fulton, an LPN was study.
the garden of the bride's home mums. ing nurse training in St. Paul,
were Mesdames Gussie Ervin, :Minn, where she met her hus-
Dorothy Graham, Opal King, The best man was Alfred band. Rev. Fulton Is the son
Cornelia Glenn and Cherry Smith Junior ushers were of the late Mr. and Mrs. James,
Boyer. Michael Crawford and Larry Fulton Sr., of New Orleans.
Mrs. Gladys McFord, St. Bailey. Rev Fulton and his attendants After a honeymoon at Virginia -
Mary's organist, played piano n wore formal summer Beach, the Fultons returned
selections during the reception.Mrs. attire. All attendants in t n e to St. Paul where they will
Martin,*a native Miami d wedding party were members make their home.

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Teen-Age Hawaiian YMCA Musical Willie Mae Alexander Marries

Luau And Wiener Soiree August 11 I


RoastThe The 8th annual musical Soiree Dr. Charles S.
sponsored by the G. W. Carver KennedyThe
Planning Committee of Branch of the YMCA of Great-
the Northwest YWCA Center's Miami is scheduled for August
Willie Mae Alexander and elbow
Summer Co-Ed Club announcesits 11, it was announced today. -length sleeves and bateau Mrs. Kennedy is the second
next teen-age activity . Miss Helen M. Dorsett and Dr. Charles S. Kennedy were necklines. They wore pale blue daughter of Mrs. Williams-Alex-
a Hawaiian Luau combined Arlington Sands, co-chairman of married last Saturday afternoonat pumps and gloves and carried ander and Surle Alexander. An
with a wiener roast! The 'boat' the committee, pointed out that Salter's Chapel AME Church nosegays of white carnations honor graduate of both Miami
docks at the 5100 NW 21st Ave. the Musical Soiree, which is with Rev. Benson officiating. laced with pale blue ribbons. Northwestern High School} and
dock at 7 pm. Bring your own rated as Miami's most fabulous, Their short scalloped circular of the Hubbard Hospital of Me-
wieners and buns and drink cultural event, Is being sponsor. The altar was decorated with head veil of matching blue net harry Medical School, Mrs. Kennedy
our Mawallan punch. Wear ed by fifty of Miami's most out standards of mixed white flow- were held by pale blue velvet is on the staff of the Kate
your most colorful skirts, shifts, standing ladles this year. ers and greenery. Mrs. Mercedes head clips. Bitting Hospital, WinstonSalem -
shorts or whatever you like to Miss Dorsett and Mr. Sands Wesley played for the occasionand Dr Albert Reed N. C.
relax In. said that plans are being madeto accompanied the soloist, Jessie Blue was best man;
All Junior and Senior High make the 1003 Soiree the Eugenia Burroughs who sang burn and Ronald Hep- After a honeymoon spent at
School young men and women greatest ever and will feature "The Lord's Prayer" and "Be For were ushers. Miami Beach, the couple drove
and recent high school gradu- compositions by Chopin, Grieg, cause." I Mrs. her daughter'wedding, 'to Winston-Salem where Dr.
ates are Invited to join. The Schubert and Schumann.The Williams-Alexander wore Kennedy will begin his Internship
membership fee Is your YWCA citizenry of Dade Coun The bride, given In marriageby white ies lace with white accessor- Dr. Kennedy Is the son of
membership of $1.00. Any encouraged to mark this her father, wore a white and. a white carnation corsage the Kennedys of Charlotte! N C.
adults, men and women, who date on their calendars and silk faced peau de sole wedding and a 1963 graduate of Meharry
would like to work with us, plan to be a part of this annual gown styled with a fitted bodice Medical School.Outoftown .
please call Mrs. Holland at cultural event. featuring a capelet collar. The held at wedding the home reception of the bride's guests IncludedMr.
634-2651. We need the supportof Tickets may be secured from full skirt had appliques of Ale- mother and Mrs. Albert L. Reed,
parents and other adults In the sponsors or by calling the con lace. Back interest was Hostesses Salisbury, N.C. and Eugenia
the community. YMCA office, OX 6- 231. formed by the looped ends of a hert Reed aMJenkins s Al- Burroughs of Mobile, Ala. Also
wide sash and a- chanel train_ u and the bride's maternal grand
waist-length veil of white Cornelia Glenn parents from Monticello, Fla.
illusion net was. held by a tiara
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I --Personal Mention- of crystal and pearls. a Painless Office Treatment of

I. Her spray bouquet was of RUPTURE LOW e,
white orchids. PILES '
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Mrs. Ottille Parker Prather Dr. and Mrs. Norman J, Russ,I Mrs. Theotis Underwood llecl.il Diseases> Varicose 'VHn>
and daughter, Graclta Ro- returned last week from an ex (Clara Alexander) was her sis tate-No lost tlm e-Dlscard Pro-
mayne of Cuthbert, Ga., are va tensive trip through Europe. I ter's matron of honor. Bridesmaids t'pun Correction of Rupture. TraM
cationing with their parents Dr. ,Russ is a member of the I were Christine Turner Reducing ,
and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. I board of directors of Franklin and Cora Kinsey. Attendantswore DR. LONG'S CLINIO
Eugene Coklne of 735 NW 63rd : Federal Savings and Loan As- identical dresses of pale is33 S.W bt St.-FR 3-27t8. A general health serrloe
St. I sociation. While overseas, he blue acrillde with fitting bodicesWho's
met with Lynden G. Newland,
Miss Cynthia Davis, after I Minister of Labor, Kingston,
spending five weeks with rela- Jamaica. Dr. Russ is expectedto IT'S NEVER
tives in Miami returned to Nas I propose Mr. Newland'sname The Most TOO LATE .

sau on Monday. to the Franklin Federal
Advisory Counsel as an honor- Poular Beautician? To get your graduation pictures made
Franklin Styles of Nassauwas
of his broth. ary member at the next general The WE .
the housegust popularity contest be- FURNISH CAPS AND GOWNS
er and sister-in-law Mr. and meeting. twen Unit No. 7 and 55 will
Mrs. Percy Styles this week. terminate Sunday, July 21, 4:309 : -
p.m. at the King 0' Hearts JOHNSON OF MIAMI
Th only freedom worth possessing Club. A prize will be awardedto
Mr. and Mrs. Coleridge Reeves the most popular beautician
Is that which gives enlargement Kindergarten High School _
and two sons are visiting In after which thre'll be. hair styles College
Miami as guests of Mr. and to a pt'ople's.energy' and competitive combouts.
Mrs. Charles Cash. Mrs. ReevesIs intellect and %'Irtues-William Come out for an evening of fun FR 7-2294
the sister of Mrs. Cash. Ellery Channing. I and support your contestant.



THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA.: ,*
Has First Integrated Youth EntertainmentMiami
SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1963 PAGE 3
Beach's Copa City 1 tegral part of South Florida's contest receiving a week's paid "
Club has been hailed as the frst I society which It aspired to be, engagement at Copa City. Fri- '
night club of its kirtd. It is both a role which It has adequately day nights Hootenny presentsan 8 Negroes, 8 Cubans .
integrated and provides pleas- fulfilled since its Inception. appeal to all college youth

yoiittt ant eritertaiilment for college Presenting such musical Civil which Rights' has has been been of primary an Issue Arrested For Numbers *

About five months ago, a few greats as the Calypsi Angels, to all Florida, and in
interested adults decided there the Sheckers and .', concern providesa Metro Vice Squad Raiders arrested 46, 2710 NW 51st St.
this City
cultured respect Copa
was a lack of entertainment for the club Is a socially as social education much needed 16 persons Saturday forgamliing Charged with possession or
Miami's college kids. In an attempt well as all entertaining endea- and desired. and possession of bo- sale of lottery tickets were::
to provide amusementand vor for all its memWers. Membership i lita tickets. Edmundo Romera, 23, 08 W..
entertainment for Miami's Is gained by attending : Copa's pleasant evening atmosphere 30th( St., ilia leah, Luis Mejuto.
youth while displacing idle Sunday nights are talent nights, and entertainment Is Plsked up at 2730 NW 49th 37, 2176 NW 17th Ave.; Luis M-
hours, Copa City, located at encouraging all the youth of designed to entertain college St. and charged with gambling Rosario, 42, 305 NW 2nd Ave.::
1300 Dade Boulevard, owned South Florida with the swing- youth and "The City" extendsan were Frank Hall Jr., 38, 15900 Jose Sanabrla, 71, 001 NW 23rdAve.
and operated by the David Ing "Cecil The Great" to pre- Invitation to all those who Bunche Park; George A. Apple- .; Oscar Ruiz Reyes, GO; and
Goodmans, presents fabulous sent Its talent to society with find such a refreshing, "fountain white, 36, 5250 NW 26th Ave.; Haroldo Moran, 23, 4365 SW
Sam B. Wllborls, 52 James Orr,
unbelievable. ; 2nd St.Miguel.
music and dancing with soft the winners of the amateur of youth"
40, 2380 NW 63rd St.; Robert
drinks and other extras, provid- ----- I Chapman, 27; James Martin A. Delgado, 23, 035 W.
ing leisurely enjoyment and social Thomas, 45, 2651 NW 50th St.; Oth St., Hialeah and Gregorio
education. I Willie Hurston, 44, 2710 NW R. Castillo, 39, 653 SW 1st St.
Helping to direct the club's I 51st St.; and James N. Wright, were charged with allowing
affairs is an Integrated College. gambling on their premises.
Advisory Board consisting of
college students whose respon-
sibility is not only to help or- 4 Building Dept.Demolishes U:': -- .
ganize and direct entertainment 't .
but help etabllsh a cooperativeand I- Fire > -
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harmonious .
relationship ;
Hydrant Shop
with all individuals so that d'e
Copa City may become the in- Described by Mayor Robert .
King High as "Indescribably l'
Youth Held For July filthy," the Miami Fire Depart- _
ment hydrant maintenance shop .
4th Beach MeleeA 450 NW 10th St. was vacatedand l t',"" ,
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demolished this week. '
20-year-old youth was arrested I
The structure, a one-story
Saturday night and jail-
warehouse has been
ed on Miami police charges of frame
grand larcency and assault and found 20 per cent structurally
battery in connection with the deterlated by the Building Department -
disarming of a policeman July ,
4 during a melee at Virginia Public Safety Director Don-
Beach old D. Pomerleau said demoli-
Officers Identified him as tion of the structure has been
Leroy Brown of 1355A NW 5th .Itolaml Garcia, supervisor of School. Mr. Garcia awarded the planned for sometime.
Ave The larceny count concerned Bonded Rental Agency, Inc., Ft.I certificate on behalf of theS'tln Demolition Is not required Ne
Foundation"' Fund of until deteioratlon reaches 33 per 1 1r
a revolver which was grab- Lauderdale office, awards a 1S
bed from the police officer as a scholarship certificate to Louise uhlch ho IN mi officer. cent, but other problems are in- tir r '' s
throng of bathers rioted. Green, a senior at Dillard Illgl I For the best in housing accommodations volved.
in Ilrownrnl County The building was the City .
Pound until took ----- -
call Bonded Rental Agency, Dog Metro
Ft. Lauderdale office JA 4-3357- over the function eight years Deacon Eddie Collie of New
;, 133.18. ago, and It Is Infested with Bethel Ilnptlxt Church of Miami
'rats, roaches and fleas. IN spending a short vacation in
I Many Uelleve the reason the Nassau On Sunday ho will be
I eyesore never came under attack tile morning spwltcr at Mt.
*m + before was the fact that Carey Ilaptlit Church at Fox
all but one of the men working Hill where Rev II. Cox is pas
+ In the building were Negroes. tor. j

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PAGE 4 SATURDAY JULY 20, 1963 far exceeded the most optimistic expectation. Atty. Jones Wins

An old friend of Ye Editor, who was quite thrifty, Acquittal POi"" Seaman

occasion that the two most important
told him on one ,
books for a poor man was the two "B's"_The Bible and Charged With J Dope

,r.tr ii the bank book
) Allen liylton Williams, 2&, a

There is much in what that businessman Satch (Josla illcan Negro seaman was

In any case Negroes seem to be teaching their dollars acquitted by a jury in Dad e

Publisher to earn more (sense) cents, and that i is the most sensible County Criminal Court Wed-
If. ft. 8IGI8MUND REEVES, Editor and nesaay on cnarges or possessing
GARTII C. REEVES, Managing Edttor thing they can do.Governors. marijuana,
r? Police had arrested Williams
Member of the Associated Negro Press!
about 5 a.m. on Dec. 1, 1962 at
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association Can't Duck Civil RightsThe his home, 451 NW 4th St and

SUBSCRIPTION RATES seized approximately, nine lbs
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTIIS *S.OO FOREIGN '6.00 National Conference of Governors meets on of marijuana which was Introduced *
into evidence at the trial
wintered as Second Class Matter, August 0, 1027, at the Post Office Monday' July 22 in the Deauville Hotel at Miami Beach. Wy the prosecuting attorney
at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1870 Officers Roosevelt Tremble
It's reported that the governors have or will havea Eddie :Mitchell and Selective
Main Offiie at 0740' N.W. 15th Aveame-Phone OX 1.O431 rule changed so that there would be no discussion of Frank Fountain bf the, Miami
Branch at 1112 N.W. Third Ave., Miami Florida-Phone FR 8-228(1
Civil'' Rights. If this be true what a mistake the governors police.. Department testified
"CREDO OF TilE NEGRO PRESS" will be making. that Williams had been cooper-
filE NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead the world ative. Tremble and Mitchell
from racial and national antagonisms when it accords to every roar Here is an opportunity of heads of states to discuss testified that after going to Wil.
regardless of race, color or creed, his human and legal rights. Hating liams') home on the basis of information .
issue in the country today' and "
to man perhaps the most important that they had
no man, fearing no man-the Negro Press strives! help every received -
In the firm belief that all men are hurt as long as anyone is belt they would side track it. It seems hard to believe such a in the morning Williams
back. thing. I, invited them into his home and
voluntarily turned over the
Governors, in doing so, would you consider you are marijuana to them.
THE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKAs living up to the duties and responsibilities of your office? Donald Wheeler Jones, local

the Miami Times appear on the streets next week Do you realize that you are governors of thousandsof attorney the evidence successfully was contendedthat obtained

the City of Miami will be celebrating its 67th birthday. citizens regardless of creed, color or race? illegally because' the officers,

This event! eminds Ye Editor that this journal has been a Governors, it would be better to discuss the matterof search not having or a arrest warrant, and for that the

constant visitor to business places and homes in and out Civil Rights, get everything you have on your mind there was no other legal basis
of the state of Florida for 40 of those years. off, pro or con.Ignoring I I for the arrest In the absence of
Looking at the skyline on the front page of the Times the warrants. He contended fur
the motto thereunder "The times are a wound cannot heal it. It must have some ther that Williams' had hot consented .
and reading : I
to the actions of the
changed and we are changed with them/' Ye Editor was: treatment.At police officers.

wondering if it were now time to have a new skyline. But this conference there will probably be Governor The jury deliberated for ap
upon consultation of staff it was decided to forget such Nelson Rockefeller of New York and other Republicansand proximately three hours before
Democrats who liberal minded than reaching a verdict of not guilty
a thought, and leave well enough alone. are more some Attorney Jones, when asked
The argument was that although Miami: has grown of our Southern governors. for a statement said, "Naturally -

4o be such a big city with skyscrapers and everything I Therefore we are hoping that some considerationwill I'm very grateful for the
modern the to be to destroy anythingthat impartiality and sense of fair
tendency seems
;
be given the Civil Rights issue. play that the jury exhibited in
looks ancient. Look at what is being done with Biscayne Naturally we are keenly interested in what our Governor that case but I do not feel thatit

Bay. Farris Bryant of Florida will have to say. I would be proper for me to
make any formal statement for
Modernism is the order of the day but there are I publication."

some natural beauty and other things that should be pre.
Chicago Convention

served.Don't get us wrong, we are for progress of every Second LargestIn

kind, but being sold upon the old skyline as Miami looked SATURDAYIS

40 years ago, it seems that you'll have to bear with us NAACP History

when you read the Times and see those ancient looking CHICAGO With 2,001 dele- ( -

buildings. Many of them still with us anyway. Naturally gates, alternates and observers
our young people could not and many older ones might registered, tne 5.lift annual
not now recognize them, but to Ye Editor they are many NAACP convention which closed KID'S DAY
July 0 was the second larg-
relics. est In the history of the Assoc-
iation being exceeded only by -
the Golden Anniversary convene
Now and then Ye ,Editor enjoys a phone chat from a tion In New York City In 1959 ATSAViNGSAND

young man or rather, from one of the young men whose when 2,098 were registered.

life it has been a pleasure for him to touch. Such a conver- Forty-three of the 49 statesIn

sation took place on Sunday night. which there are NAACP :
I
This young man is pretty well known to Miami. His units were represented at the LOAN ASSOCIATION
name is Osborne Poitier. He always mentions his connec- convention. Included In the 43

tion with the ,Miami Times while he was a student at was est state.Hawaii, the nation's new- : 6015 N.W. 7th Avenue

Booker T. Washington High School and, gives us a bit of ,
credit for some insptra i n.,tWe must'admit'we i appreciate The convention chose Los
Angeles for the Association's
Phone
such action., ., I.'r. ..t t , {/:..' vl)*:' I960 meeting Next year the ;,I 754-6651

< Poitier .was 'always,''a"h ambitious chap' and l it' thrills convention will be held' In In ( Bring '
r Washington and In Denver I your child)) in between the hours of 9 & 12 d.m.
;Ye Editor to, ,know'that he'baa become successful businessman . 19G5. The convention site ls"Selected and we will
,, open a savings account in hi.
her
it jOlt. '. three years In advance or name
''iri' ui executive 'position with the For as little as $5.00 i t
II He is now employed
\t, Regal Elegance CompHpy i of? Bridgeport, Conn. Advertise TEACH YOUR CHILD THRIFT EARLY! I.
It
!
Poitier reached his present position by zeal and hard Pays

work. His success should serve as an inspiration to our


youth.Opportunities today are far greater than they have THIS WEEKSALE "TENT REVIVAL"MIAMI'S

ever been. Some of our young people are taking advantage -

of them, but far too many are not. BIGGEST REVIVAL WILL,
CAR We finance BEGIN
Where there is a will, there will be a way. 50 Pontiac $245 MONDAY NIGHT

In March ,of this year the Poitiers' daughter, Heloise, 55 Buick 245 JULY 22, 1963- 8 p.m.
Edward Lewis of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert 54 Ford 178 At 17th
was married to son 54 Old's 140 Ave. and 71st St.
Lewis of Connecticut. 53 Lincoln Prof.
242 Alfonso' J. Green
There,are two brothers in Florida, Alfreda of Liberty 54 Chrysler 140 music will be Florida A&M University graduate of
Hallandale 'also cousin 53 Caddy 1 playing the,Grand Baldwin Organ and singing
City and Glenwood Nelson of a 51: Old's \ IS every night.

Cyril Poitier; an aunt, Mrs.'B. Monroe, and. other relatives" 52' Plymouth Wfcfion . 75 Prof. Green invites nU
of Miami; :'i ,J, 50 Dodge \ 25 part In the srrvlce. Please gospel singers to come out and take
5 Chevrolet 05 give your name or your group's
BIBLES AND BANK BOOKS name
"nenjou arrive.
54 Buick 110 Please come because hear
Three months ago Ye Editor told of the opening of you must :

the Washington Shores Savings and Loan Association of $50 DownYES REV. THEODORE T. MORRISOF

Orlando with Dr. James R,. Smith as president. Ye Editoris NEW YORK CITY

now pleased to tell you that that insitution is making YES! YES! A MMMT nor A graduate of BTW
EdWard
rapid strides. Everybody financed! Colltge. Also a and Waters
graduate
Everybody rides! of two large New york Clt't'I'
Operated by Negroes, the association has over NO CHEDIT'ORIUF Schools. Rev. Morris has a message that will II
in assets of which is in cash and you have almost help you.
$600,000 ; $234,275 saw Regardless of past credit given up and Bald to yourself MWhat'9 the
ings accounts total $521,414.65.Congratulations problems use of going to church," 'come hear
neT. Morris if are
go to Washington Shores Associa- AT sick having domestic problems you
or any kind of unsolved
KENNON AUTOLiquidators situ Uons.
tion. COME
BEAR REV, MORRIS.
In Miami we have Franklin Federal Savings & Loan ANSWER. HB HAS TIlE

Association making splendid progress.In Reov. Morris is the brother of
business some nine months they have assets over 5800 N.W. 27th AVE. physicians of this city. one of our very well known

$2,000,000. OPEN SUNDAY nt"v. l\onis will be
looking for
I July 4th saw a second interracial Savings and Loan PAYMENTS f July 22, 8 p.1n. and EVERY NIGHT you beginning Monday night,
UNTIL COD CLOSES
/_ Association open In :Miami The Roosevelt. After a THE REVIVAL '

;. busy grand opening 4ay, folks kePt UP their enthusiasm $10 Weekly MAY GOD CONTINUE' TO

bye! making 4f+ $$iff$!? and. reports,are: that.the results have] .... o ....,.. BLESS YOU


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SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1963 THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.

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Zetas Take




Over Miami


43rd Annual Boule is

Among GreatestMore

than 800 members of
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, visitors
a and friends came to Miami this
week and literally took the city

tw 41'F A1ibk over.Under the dynamic leadershipof

Dr. Del/oran P. Wolfe, the
delegates launched into their
< .
ate n it4 session
t i opening Tuesday morn
ing at Bayfront Park Auditor-
ium. Theme of the Boule was
..h' "Africa's Challenge,: to the Wo
,,
men of America"The
uu'u local program by hostess
uu chapter Beta Tau Zeta on Mon
....
night "African Phantasy"
". ;;,.i.f{I. 'day -
+ 4 tE ", :, r kicked the convention off to
I'j a great start.Interesting.
-' workshops covering -
'
ref '. ; human relations youth pro-
\ ,. : grams and senior clUzens prow
ed a standout of the meeting.On .
Wednesday afternoon
members of the local press gota
chance to listen to national
and regional officers tell about
the work of the sorority. The
setting was a 'press luncheon In
the Fiesta Room of the Everglades -

.. Hotel (second panel.)
". The public got a good look at

:, ., .....: Zeta at the public meeting Wed
nesday night 'at Bayfront Aud-
itorium. A'_ pro ram entitled
"Focus on Africa' was presented
to a large audience
Greetings to the visitors and
friends were brought by Vice
.. Mayor David T. Kennedy, Cityof
". Miami; Wesley W. Matthews,
/ associate; superintendent, Dade
",""" "f : .
: : ."" .,;.., .J. County Public Schools; Rev.
.. ". Edward T, Graham Ministerial -
Alliance; Mrs. M Athallo
.M1' :>,F: \.Jt"' '* ; Range, director, Roosevelt Savings

'" . :; : ;, ,* "<', & Loan Association; Dr.
$ Von first national vice-
I, !tf 'tiy';, 4 Mlzelli, Phi Beta Sigma Fra

;:"' f , i :: ternity.

1t< ,....,, ; Music was furnished bv the
i. '-,' ".< ,. '. ,f1t,,' '
New Stanton High School Glee
., ,,'
,
.1f:'t 1,;4tf: xI .. ,.. Club (third panel) under the
< J t direction of Mrs. Alpha II
:,: I r t J
I Moore. Gall Price served as
'::. ";: . ., : I narrator.
t , j>' ',ff. JSH Main speaker for the public
,> t tt meeting was Mrs. Elizabeth
tj Collins (bottom left panel 1 ), director
k,..: .', ., of adult education In
t-t. ,>>f,"i.... .. .s', Liberia, West Africa At bot
,,
Jw.... ," l ' tom right, Dr. Wolfe accepts
key to city.A .
f t tf t yA reception was held after
SORORITY c the program under' the courtesyof
Miami Zeta Amlcnc and the

hostess chapter.
fsk On Thursday: night a closed
dj banquet was held at the audi-
torium. National awards were
a rd presented at that time.

.---. .. Sessions will end today (Friday .
( '. ) at five o'clock. At 10 p.m.
t t4 I a Bon Voyage Ball will be heldat

. I the auditorium.On .
L 'A U Sunday CO of the members

'' ','" A will leave on a 30-day trip to
Africa. Stops!'! on. their schedule
Na? include Kingston Caracas, Lisbon -
Madrid, Uakar. Monrovia,
Abidjan, Accra, Lagos, Rome,
Paris, London and Amsterdam.
They will return to New York
City on August 20. '


AJ f y, k r, 12 "Operation

Amigo" Groups

ComingPlans

were revealed on Wed-
pn di" that 12 groups of Latin
American students will visit
the U. 8. during the second
year of the Operation Amigo

... program .
Members of the Miami lIer-
ald-sponsored non-profit corporation -
held their annual meet-
In* Wednesday In the new Herald -
: building and elected four I \
new members I
)S New members elected to the I
Stia board Wednesday were Charles ti J
a KlmbYell president of the Dade ,
r
r County Mar Association; Mrs. \.
president of the
'c" Jfy Campbell,
r
y
?
Dade County Parent Teachers J
hY Association,", and Henry J.
Halam, commander of Harvey
4 Seeds American Legion Post.
a
James S. Copley, chairman of I
the board of Copley Press Inc. '
was made a founder member of
the group. Ij b )
Among those reelected to the
board were Dr. Ira P. Davis and w
Garth C. Reeves. Stu MorrisonIs I
coordinator of the programand 1
John 13. Turner Is presi .
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ASSORTED FLAVORSHoffman Strawberries 251'
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Sodas Qt. IQc .
Bananas 200WHITE : 11 Oz. -Beef Chicken Turkey
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Potatoes 390 Super Coola 6 for 49 BLUE BONNET

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Annual Boat Ride THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA.
Director of Admissions at
Sunshine ClubThe I SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1963 PAGE. 7

U of M Named Dean at-- Pacific. MWIIIIW II%f boat Sunshine ride Aug.Club's 8. 5th Ticketson annual k

FORST GROVE, Ore. A Dean of Students. has sale now. As the days grow Urban League <
Trombley '
former Director of Admissions headed the admissions office at hotter plan for and an evening relaxation of r.S ;) I
coolness, fun,
' the University of Miami Pacific
?L since 1052.
.f, (Fla.), Gerald E. Reese, has "We are pleased indeed to with dancing. Fare and $1.50 plenty, sailing of refreshments Annual I .
been named Dean of Admissionsat
have Gerald Reese as our new
Pacific University, President Dean of Admissions," Dr RIt- time 8 p.m. Call these numbers: The fifty-third Annual Conference -+I will be "Equality of Opportunity
. M. A. p. Ritchie announced to. chie said in announcing the ap FR 4-8328 or NA 1-7182. of the National Urban America's Unfinished Bus-
i day. |I I pointment. "He has the extensive League will be held at the Stat Iness." I
1 The new dean will Succeed I experience in his field that I who has made such an outstanding ler-Hilton Hotel dn Los Angeles -* Highlights of the conference
'. Charles Trombley who has we need, and will be an able contribution to Pacific Uni- Cal. July 28-August 1. include the keynote address
,' been elevated to the post "of I I successor to Charles Trombley I versity in admissions work." The theme for the conference-.I. the Hon. Edward W. Brooks by at.
i, rot torney general of Massachusetts \
at the opening general
session July 26.

Whitney M. Young Jr., execu-
live director of the National
Urban League will deliver the

A !* K YOURSELF Aug annual Attending: 31. banquet the address conference on

from Miami are: Mrs. Maude I{.
Reid, NUL -guild mmber; Mrs.
-. NM. Eugenia Mitchell, representing
the local Urban League Oiuld;
Dr. Ira P. Davis delegate and
James W. Whltehead, executive
director.


Britain's Biggest

II Scandal

Christine Keeler and Mandy
ttlce-Davles, key figures in

WHY don't t YOU Own a Home in day terms Britain's are, a no national sensational longer magazine on sex speaking scan-reported

today. i

Chief reason for the fallout
i Richmond Heights? between the two former friends,
18-year-old Mandy said in an
Interview, is that Christine

Is It Because You Never Thought Of It? glory."doesn't" want to share the


Why Not Think About It Now! I In Mandy's an of article Look remarks Magazine.in the appeared current Issue in-

Christine is the 21-year-old

former"model"[ War whose Minister affairs John with Pro-

BECAUSE fumo feygenl and Inanov Russian rocked navel attache Great

OR IS 1 IT topple Britain s government.Prime and Minister still threaten Macmillan to-


Mandy is a star witnsss at
the trial of Dr. Stephen Ward,
s You Think The Monthly You are Afraid of Second Bother principal in the scan-

Payments Are Too High? Mortgages, Balloon Notes And ng,on Immoral is charged earnings.with" "llv-

-They're not! They're only $68 PER MONTHVA She told the magazine that
for a 3 bedroom, 1 bath home. FHA U also High Interest Rates? she preferred skylarking with
available. Thu payment does include every- famous Hollywood movie stars
There are NO SUCH THINGS at Richmond to the "polltlcans and colored
Principle interest, insurance and taxes.
thing: gentlemen"
that's Christine preferred
We offer only mortgage and
Homes. one
Now compare this with your monthlY' rent because( "they're better-looking
payments. That's why we say, "Why pay rent insured by the U. S. Government. The interest and more intelligent."

when you can own your own home . and t. :! rate is ONLY 54%> ''INTEREST. NO SECOND To her, she added, Prof umo
also save money!" MORTGAGES! NO BALLOON NOTES! was Just a "snob" and Christine's -

You Think You Can't Afford oirs arc recently"all talk published and no action!"-
You Think You 'Can't Qualify?
The Down PaymentOur ? The Look article included this
good steady job helps. Yes, "printable" line from a poem
--Of course, a
for veterans that
down payments are only $200 Mandy has authored about
and from $465 to $585 for non veterans. husband and wife can combine their incomes. the amorous activities of Brlaln's -
higher echelons
You can pay this in! small easy payments up :

to the time you move in I You Have Too Many Monthly brus he lor sexy Stephen stult Ward weans

You Think It Is Too Difficult y; Bills to Pay not enough."

To Apply I .
r= -Give us the information and let us work it True freedom consist with
_Home ownership is easy! Why, we even the observance of the law. _
apply for you. out for you. llonnpJl Thornton.

; Or.Is It Because You Don't Believe .She. f h ll a. IL 80years 1 .. II 1

experience
Everything We Say? life.Ita a success Hare in a

happy home, get
Richmond Heights and for I I h e poaldoaroa ,
We can prove it. Come to Richmond Homes at see want, get ,
Bedroom Homes 75'xlOO' LotsELEMENTARY oat of the rat
yourself Big 3 and 4 on b y the help of ,- '

SCHOOL STREET LIGHTS OLYMPIC SIZE SWIMMING POOL HJIJ.WALKH JR. HIGH 2od. Let mjr"

SCHOOL LOWEST CRIME RATE OF ANY AREA IN DADE COUNTY experience"
In hiMlne and
See Richmond Model Homes Inye.In work, In II J
Your
psychic and frlenda"for 30years.

At .10455 Coral Reef Drive (S.W. 152nd St.) rill .be. Cloned at the all big day home,Wed., 0417W. and ,
& nth BU Hollywood, Fla.
Open 6 day a week 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Sundays 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. play healing night.meeting every'Wedne..
I
r CALF IN PERSON -
'" RICHMOND 'HOMES Madam Hunter

--
1657 NW 73rd St.
Come,See Them Today Richmond Heights Miami, Fla.
Sunday ID-JO to 2 p.m. Office I'
Call 238-3846 or 238-4622 hours dally 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. .".
Licensed by state and county ,
trading dally.
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if f

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Gleason Replaces William I AnnouncementThe Clyde Killens Knight Beat u
Teddy
Mt. Sinai Young Baptist Women's Church League pre- presents for your pleasurethis

sents its annual tea Sunday, week . .
July 21 from 4 to G p.m. at the
Bradley As Longshoremen President home of Mrs. Carrie Smith 1301 '
NW Fist St. The public is Invited A
.
.
Tony Scotto, Defends reputation of Brooklyn. longshoremen In Brooklyn segregation is ,
absolutely forbidden.We '
Brooklyn Local are proud that our local:: Puerto Ricans and many broth -
But I ;'rihi proud to say that union is thoroughly Integratedon ers from South and Central
after an ,exhaustive investigation America.)
every level, for example, one
Teddy Gleason an old line Local
,dock worker and hardnose 'bar- was 'completed cleared that of these of our vice presidents Is a Negro Surely we are not angels in
gainer has been elected presi- 1814 was fully the slander two members of the executive Brooklyn but neither are we
dent of the International Long- charges.Not only was board are Negroes; our hypocrites. We practice what 5__
shomemen Association now In of,fl racial discrimination local union has Negro delegatesand we preach . we Judge each i rur 4r
session at the Di'Lido' Hotel, ;proved false but it was found shop stewards; Negro machine other by ability and human de. > rya
Miami Beach tliat Logui 18H had even eX : drivers and sorters; Negro cency . not by race color,
Gleason took over from Cap- seeded: the;: standards of fairness dockmen; Negro hatch bosses creed of country or origin. If yb
tain William V. Bradley who .>et up by tne NegroAmericanauor in and hiring agents. And not the man can do the job we
had held the post for 10 years. Council; segregated gangs! Our work make damned sure he gets it
Bradley named report that gangs are racially mixed; there I thank
was president i am pjeased to will be Finally want to ,
no so-called
emeritus. "ne executive Council of file "coloredgangs" each and every officers and
Local 1814 a and no so-called "white this convention
delegates to
Gleason G3 heads ILA's Lo- -4rurlau gave gangs," and -
un we are all the bet
ueaitn, and, i and that I am truly delighted
cal 1 In New York City and Is Jeun uni 01 ter for it! say ha
.ieiatauu tnat A. funny nunrf&iuem One last to be with you. Thank you
president of the internationarq the fc.Ai-C word 1 defy any all.
Atlantic District. He followed "UJ.1'H.. 1)1 on outstanduaue one friend or foe to show 1by
In his father's and grandfather'sfootsteps \ W\4 M w"icateea: ana hadceLsun..Lcy me one pier list that does not A certain personal virtue is
to uoot) ..
When he went to workon .iig l; unionise>> contain a fair racial balance Is essential to freedom.;-EnterUBCTIY > A
tor -
the docks. His sons followed exposed! egret (which includes of
suit In 1940SCOTTO t Vi thecoup respui! I course SOli.
reubu Joe
raise accus:>une -- - ..... .. ..... Henderson
.IW.1t: iur maKing - -- - ------------ -- -- -"'"
SPEAKS to resources -
bdiu according
:
wuiia ;
In an address to the Atlantic hdU.1e 1: mat ne uaU oeenmisimormed. Adm. Fri. & Sun. $1.25
Coast District last week Anthony jauiy !: I Saturday $1.75
Scotto president of ILA I -..... """" ........- -- -........- .,.,.
Local 1814 In Brooklyn defended brothers, 1 bring up all this
Every Tuesday nite Amateur
to set the
discriminatory charges olu nibtory only
against his local. whole prouiem in perspective. DRIVE- IN THEATRE nite Free. Regular
'' Several brother delegates have adult Sunday matinee 5.9
Said Scotto: approached me this week to say OX 1-7959 22nd Ave. and 69th St. p.m. Free. Thursday Ladies
tnat not only do they heartily nite. Admission free.

approve of Local 1814's of Racial dona- HELD OVER BY DEMAND ...... - .- - .....,.. ..,
tion to the Congress::
Equality but that ith has Inspired TWO TERRIFIC HITS COMING ATTRACTION
them also to give money
89 and support to this most worthy GANGWAY...
Let us quote what the
group.nighiy-placed Negro brother r FOR THIS YEAR'S

said to me:

"When our members read BIG
that Local 1814 in Brooklyn had p J t'
I contributed to CORE they approached ADVENTURE
our Executive Board
and said that 'if Brooklyn long
shoremen are trying to help
our people then surely we too
must help our own.! 1

While I was pleased to hear
that our donation had sparked
i- r' __warm reactions like this, I must
-with all respect-correct that tea '
part of the friendly remark .oR
______j which said, 'if they are helpingour
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ANTHONY SCOTTO help our own.. "

Last but of key importance 1 is Brothers, believe me, thereIs ; J ST' '',)' ,
Civil Rights; the continuing no such thing as 'your people' ib! r asE&fiSflLDODO .
ybx i ; q t o.i
struggle for equality. and 'my people' we are all .3
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the civil rights movement labor movement above ail "Night Club Singing Sensation
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ed to be a completely unjustified only difference that exist, existin JfbHN
and unwarranted attack on our own minds; It is up to us
Local 1814( charges of racial either to eradicate these so-
discrimination that amountedto called differences or to permit
a smear attack on the good them to divide us. TttHNICOl

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA. '" - anniversary on Sunday, July 21. partment. That should be quitea
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M BROWSIN'Uy I wishes for Fr. Addington John- portation problem ,
t PAUL I1ENKY son, the rector and the congregation -
of St. Matthews.

1 fir i'S November 30 Is the last day
'Mill A Negro wearing red rubber for the Civil Rights Com mls- I
Longshoremen in Miami
f scion's activities. President Ken
is have robbed
gloves reported to -
a Coral Gables woman returning stopped work on Monday In nedy wants Its life extended for
what they called a demonstra
y to her home of $5,000as four years.
tion..Thy are opposed to workers -
she stepped from her car at of kind around the The commission has made Its
any
GOO Navarra Ave. She had won docks unless they are union contribution but there remains
,
:t ::: : : the bad.money at the dog track. Too men. The strike or demonstration much to be done. Let's hope the
was not official. They returned Congress decides to grant the
to work on .
Tuesday. extension.The
Republican Sen. Karl Mundtof
South Dakota wants the administration -
? to tighten upon Its
half-hearted economic boycottof Congratulations to the JamesE. Golden Age Club (Senior
Cuba. Scott Community Association Citizens) will go piclnlclng to
A Your Browser thinks the Senator : upon securing a new white Crandon Park and Virginia
4 n do m* w f. has something there. bus for the kindergarten de Beach on Thursday, July .
1 ...

Florida Senators Smathers and
Holland are opposed to the 2 Bedroom CBS With Carporte
f Civil nights Dill as it Is.
t ,
Will the Senators offer some- .J
p-- thing better? 869 N.W. 73rd Street _
I
_ Congressman Clude Pepper $500 DOWN $75 PER MONTH
will probably support the ad-
ministration's Civil Rights Bill Price reduced to $10,000. Barrel tile'roof, beautiful
floors, dining room. Convenient to shopping and bus
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f A couple of weeks ago a car line. This home is in excellent condition and is neat
struck the Miami Times' sta- and clean. Come by Saturday or Sunday for open
tion wagon parked in front of house. Mr. Christ will show you how you can easilyown
the Times' office, badly damag- this lovely home.
ing It.on .

Buick Sunday struck in a Hallandale'(03 Duick a the 51 ft. M. (Brooks Realtor

managing editor of the Times ,
was driving, badly damaging it.
.. 15327 N.W. 7th Ave.
.e rnu driver didn't have any la-

Bethel and Thompson . In "Miss Itahamaa" Entourage bility insurance. Phone 688.6638 Nites MU 1.7740

"Miss Bahamas" Is Hit From Haiti comes news that
I ; President Francois Duvallier's
two most important opponents, -- i I
In Miss Universe ContestMiss Clement Bar bot and his: brother
Harry, were killed in a clash
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with militiamen three miles STO PM11iN NOW !. ,
who is Sandra'spersonal
Sandra Young, 19yearold bent president north of Port au Prince. ,
adopted daughter of Mr. chaperone, Miss Cypriana The b'rothers were blamed for '
and Mrs. Eddie Dillet of Chip- sponsoring Bethel, secretary club and to the Mrs. an attack on body guards of thepresident's HAR"SAVE

plngham, Nassau, winner of Eloise E'dwards as her personal children last April. fy -
the 1902 Bahamas Queen contest beautician. USE 8sther't f \
Is a contestant for the 1963 Ninety-seven entries the mostto The City of Miami Is plan-
Miss Universe now being heldon ever appear on stage, wereat ning to cut streets through the
Miami Beach. Miami Beach's ConventionHall dead ends of the downtown
Tuesday night. Florida East Coast Railway
IT"M
This is the first time the Bahamas Seven thousand, five hundred station. City Manager Melvin
has entered a contestantand dollars cash and a $10,000 per- Reese says the deadends hamper :
the Bahamian Queen reports sonal appearance contract the growth and expansion of
an 'exciting experience In await the winner to be selected the central business district. "SAVI-IT" I I.,Eithtr't ".w formula far,man and I
the daily routine ofa contes- (tomorrow) Saturday night.
It's also known that the rail ,
tant awaiting that all important womanproduct" dapn.d to hi""lp prevent ift*
decision of the Judges.Accompanying way campany owes the city a UM .f hair" I by '..fraying' scalp' bacteria' and
pretty good sum for taxes. In
dondruffr.otm.nf for hair' tKIn'
There two frt'lomthe breaking
Queen Sandraare ore fact the city has seized some "
Mrs. Eva McPherson Williams false, where a man Is free to of the railroad's property.Congratulations tr r templet, and ether thin ipett- product detfgneJ. ;
] ex-president of the Ba- do what he likes; the trur, fgUt t. rettar natural' all, giving' lust,., beauty and
hamas Beauty Pageant Mrs. where a man is free to do what Strength, converting' short, Hubby, Iif.,... hair"
Maxwell Thompson, the Incum- he ouRht. -Clinrles JUnkIe)'. to the Rev. In..> tha real "Woman'. Crowning" O'or' )'."
Edward T. Graham, well known I I
pastor of Mt. Zion Church who AT LEADING COSMETIC COUNTERSIf

has been named to Metro's d.altr' doe not hive "SAVE IT", und $1,00 for
Planning Board. 2 or. size/ $1.50 for 4 ox. Jar' (tax and postage Included
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PAGE 10 SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1963
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GLOBAL PORTRAITS AccountGrand George jVeeman h >ifaltle, 18-' aclifeVfnierits during the )past'

saving year-old: spn of Mr. acid" Mrs. four years reads like this: During
prize of a $25
By LOU LuTOURAs Kingston, Jamaica, West Indies account at Miami's new Roose Jubftle Sat! lq pft? Richmond' his freshman year at' Car-
I has selected ,last week ver he was &}eqted president of
which will be visited by your velt Savings and Loan Associa Height,, ,
"Global Portraits" pre- writer during the summer whileon tion will go to the lucky winner: as a, candidate for the' Annual his class, received a mathematics
sents persons who are doing the Caribbean Cruise. Mr. of the Sewing Youth Project Shriner Awaird, ,The award: to award for his high aptitude
things, we begin today with Julius is most active with the third annual event sponsorei be made ,Thursday: .August( 22, iithat: subject) ; received honor'
New York's Joseph W. Christ- National Beauty Culturists by the action committee for: at the ,Bayfrpnt Auditorium' eco rd for his high dverall av-

ian, Market Consultant with League as dean of the National Youth Fitness under auspice); during the festival Shrfriers "ge.
offices right in the heart of Institute of Cosmetology as. of Dade County Children's Com. Ball. In his sophomore,year hejecelyed -
Times Square, 55 West 42nd St. well as with NBCL itself. Both mittee. 1 .rM w 1.+r.w+ .t rl, ,, rktr the geometry 'award,
. handling such account as Mr. and Mrs. Julius continue tc again elected president of his
House of Seagram, F&M Schaefer study as they travel all over The contest will continue all class; attended. seminar 'at Virginia
Brewing Co., and AT&T. the globe gathering informationto summer with prizes to be State University.. As, a
Mr. Christian is quite capableof share with their students in awarded as climax to a fashion I junior J he, attended i Morris
doing the fine Job he does afe both schools. May they keep show on the first Sunday in Brown during the summer .by
Market Consultant 1J cause of field of September (Sept. 8)) on the : invitation! from the NationalScle
his training and wealth of experience going' forward in the Advanced Roosevelt premises at 6015 NV ce Fbunda.tlon for research
as former advertising Cosmetology and 7th Ave. Featured fashions wil Study in science and mathe-
manager of the Amsterdam Beauty Culture as two greats- be the handiwork of wlnninj
News and Our World Maga- Mr and Mrs. D. A. Julius of contestants. Contest is stil tics.In he attended
of Seagram Miami, FJa.Holiday. Dade children of his &eilor year
zine and one of the staff open to all :;
Miami In-
the University of (by
Distillers Co. for nine school age, with details avail-
years having organized the able on request at Ed's Supermarket M yjtation\ ) Introduction to Engineering
Marketing Team in charge of 1501 NW 5th Ave. class; elected presidentof
in Nassau
He also had school Math Club; 'president
ethnic market . The Action Committee for
,o t. Honor Society; receivedaward
his own advertising agency. Youth Fitness is headed by Ed
math
Wonderful to have one of oui Contest EndsSaturday Hurley, proprietor of Ed's Sup for beipgtop> student -
vice president of/
own so qualified, yet so "downto ermarket, and is made up of o ; and Silver 'Knightnominee. Zenlor'
earth" as a personality. Mr. ''group of local adult volunteers s class was
tfy
.
Christian is active in other working to provide recreationaland r ''
fields too. Vice president of the Federal's all ex- educational activities thru George ftfspfays a s\r'6shg() desire
Association of Marketing Specialists Franklin which to channel youthful energies to .continue his work In
and treasurer of Small pense paid holiday in Nassau along constructive lines:. :{ and mathematics ''at 'the
Business investment Corp. Ht contest is fast approaching the Besides chairman Hurley, others '. collage level.

enjoys sports, mainly golf and final period. You have till July are Police Sgt. LeRoy Smith,, _tJ>__ I : The Shrine award winner
bowling and always takes a 20 to qualify. trucker and gardener Jake Man will be announced Thursday
most active part in the Annua. will wino uel, and Herbert Williams of George, one of six candidateswas night August 22, during the
Golf Tournament of Championsin Some FREE lucky holiday person in Nassau for the Miami Herald. selected because of his enviable festival Imperial Grand Ball at
East New Jersey. Proudly scholastic achievement Miami's Auditorium.
two and spend four glorious All materials used contes Bayfront
and by during high school
we hail such a versatile and nights in the lap of years. Tickets for the ball can be
days tants free
are provided by Daisy
Mr.
successful personality as The two will travel instyle valedictorian purchased at North's Travel
luxury. Originals, Miami manufacurers, As of the senior
W. Christian whose accomplishments Bureau Miami Times' 3rd Ave
Joseph aboard Pan AmericanJet ,
a class
and all equipment, George leaves his alma
in the field oi and enjoy free accommodations project office, Gift Town (Hampton
Clipper purchased for the by mater Carver High, with the
the market consultant industry at the world famous House lobby) or contact any of
Hurley, is serviced free by Flor highest possible honor that can
are noteworthy. British Colonial Hotel. In Ida Sewing Machine Co. be bestowed by a school lo a the six nomineec.

addition, in order to make your Cooperating in the projectare member of the graduating classA Join The NAACP!
Global Portraits finds it easy trip even more enjoyable five volunteer teachers partial commentary on his
will give the
Federal
Franklin
Miami They are: Delores Dunkel ol
to travel from NYC to ,
Fla. where the salute goes tc. lucky winner $50 spending 1420 NW 5th Ave., Joan Round - -

Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Julius for money. tree 1621 NW 5th Ave., Brenda TV SERVICE AND SALESPL
Miekens, 1526 NW 5th Ave.,,
the wonderful work they are All you do in order to be
doing as a couple in the field eligible is visit Franklin Federal Sandra Harmon baker 163G NW 5th 1-8381
of beauty culture graduating Savings at the corner of Ct. and Betty 423 NW
hundreds annually from their NW rd Ave. and 10th St. Pick 15th St., all of Miami.WARNER We do not give free estimates-Honest estimates

School of Beauty Culture. Andso up an entry blank, fill it out .+..--r. . . . . . . . . require work. Our prices are lower than others doing
outstanding is their work and drop it Into the lobby box. comparable good work. We repair, sell and rent

that only a few years ago they If your card is chosen, you will HINES TV's radio, hi-fi's. Our work guaranteed. Free de
were sought to open such a win a vacation holiday of a life.
school of ,beauty culture inI I time! Remember, there is noth Painting ''Contractor livery.
ing to buy. You don't even haveto JOSEPH SCOTT

open an account to qualify. AUTHORIZED FACTORY TV REPAIR & SALES
Just fill out the free entry}
Christian Hospital card at Franklin Federal and 923 NW 62nd Street PL 1-8381

Benefit SundayAs deposit it in the lobby box
That's all there is to it. You
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effort of our community to sup- F
winning!
ply needed funds for equipmentand ,Lincoln Fields Apartments
operation of Christian Hospital
benefit tea is plannedfor
a
Sunday: July 21. It will be DR. M. RADIN. 2045 N.W. 62nd Street
held from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Sunday ,10 n.ni. 12 noon
home of Drs. George and Da- General Practice Licensed and Insured -
Much of the
zelle equipment Simpson.at the hospital has 1159 NW 3rd Ave. By City and County Enjoy Living in Our Cool, Clean Apartments

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for you. Come one, come all. Healing meeting every Wednesday
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NEW PROVIDENCERev. MT. CALVARY BAPTIST ST. LUKE AME

C. J. Burney, pastorSis. Phyllis Myers reporter 1809 NW 6th Ave.

Claudia Wilson, reporter Sunday morning and night we Rev James A. Grisby, pastor
# The Sunday School and BTU heard two very Inspiring messages Miss Joyce Fayson, reporter

Convention closed Sunday witha I rendered to us by Rev Sunday morning and evening
big success. Everyone seemedto : Collier. They were enjoyed by worship was 'enjoyed by everyone -
have enjoyed himself. We the entire congregation. who was present. Two
are now looking forward to our Friday, July 10 at 8 beginsthe wonderful messages w e r o
ushers anniversary which will anniversary of the Deacon. brought to us by our pastor.
be held on the fourth Sunday in ess Board. The guest speakerwill Choir No. I rendered the music
this month. More concerningthis be Rev Atkinson. for the day. The songs were en-
will be announced later. Sunday afternoon at 3:00 will Joyed by all who attended.

Continue in prayer for our be the final program. The guest Also on the first rally was
sick. speaker will be Rev 1. W. hold at the church Sunday. Mr.
i Samuel. The public is invited Mitchell reported $91.65; Mr.
I to come to both programs. Wo Franklin
White $13 and Rev ,
FRIENDSHIP M. B. wish the Deaconess Board hap- $15. Total for the day was

Mrs. Ruby Lee Carr, reporter py 27th anniversary. $171.83.
Rev J. E. Jenkins, pastor You and yours are always wel
come to attend our church at
Sunday services were very BAHA'I ASSEMBLYMrs.
all times.House.
high with Rev. J. E. McCraryof
Ocala delivering the morning Joy: Haxton, program
sermon and our pastor deliver- worker at James E. Scott Community
ing the evening sermon. Bothof Association, will lead I Party OpensAt

these sermons were delivered the discussion session to be held
New SSwtoh CelebratesPastor's with power as both ministerswere Sunday July 21, 8 p.m. at the Florida Normal

at their best. Sunday we Baha'i Center, 137 NW 11th Ave.
willhave Baptismal Service at Her sUUJect will be: "Faith For Baptist women leaders In all
_. 20th AnniversaryBeginning Virginia Beach at 7:30. You are Today." The public Is cordially areas of the convention will be
-- - ", invited to worship with us at Invited to attend. Phone Sec In attendance. The program

Monday, July 22, Williams of the St. Luke Bap this and any of our services. retary, FR 1-5420 for further lifts every. phase of church program
at 8 o'clock p.m. the members tist Church will be in charge. information and gives Information and
of the New Shiloh ,:M1SionaryBaptist
techniques in church promo-
Friday night Rev. E. K. King
Church will begin cele- MT. ZION AME tion. It will run from Tuesday,
bration of their pastor's 20th and his congregation will tte in TRINITY C M. E. July 30 thru Thursday, Aug. 1.
anniversary and will continue charge. Rev. H. E. Greene, pastor The House Party Is
511 NW 4th
Mrs. Cleona Douglas, reporterIt St. fellowship
throughout the week. Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clockRev. Rev. E. T. Brown, pastor to encourage a closer -
is a good thing to shew in
wider participation
Foster of the and
Antioch
Monday night, Rev. W. J. forth thy loving kindness in The laymen of Trinity will church life at home and
will in
Baptist Church be
Macon of the First Baptist faithfulness observe Men's Day Sunday, July
the morning and thy abroad. Following the House
The is Invited.
Church of Opa-locka and his charge. public 21. The will
every night.-Psalm 92:1. morning speaker Party the Youth Camp sponsor.ed .
congregation will be In charge. The members of Shiloh are Sunday was a most enjoyable be the Rev J. B. Blacknell. by the Women's Conventionof

Tuesday night, Rev. Savoy grateful to have such a wonderful time throughout the day. Sun pastor of St. James AME Florida, Inc., will open at
School began at 9:30: a.m. CShurch and the afternoon
pastor and a Holy Ghost day the college.
and his congregation of the
preacher. with Mrs Jeanette Jackson as speaker will be Otis James.
Grace Pressbyterian Church I superintendent. At the 11 a.m. The public is cordially invited Monday August 5-10 young
will render service. You will miss a treat if you service our pastor rendered a to worship with us. people between the ages of 9

Wednesday night Rev. W. K. don't attend one of these services soul stirring sermon entitled Dinners will be sold after the and 12 years will attend. The
Smith of the Greater, New "Removing Mountains." The morning worship Joseph following week, Aug. 12-17,
Crumbley chairman Buford youth 13 and 16 will attend -
spirit was high. At the evening years
Bethel Baptist Church of Opa- Rev. A. M. Griffin, pastor; Coachman, scretary. the camp.A .
service another Inspiring message -
locka and his congregation will Mrs. Virginia Foster, secretary was delivered, "The Sput- fine program Is planned to
be in chaI"ge.Thursday .
meet the day needs of
present
nik." There were host of visitors
TEMPLE BAPTIST Good times In storefor
youth. are
night Rev. P. W. ANTIOCH BAPTIST present. ::1.
Rev L. A. Thompson, pastorMen's an.Knights
The third quartely conference
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1899 NW 64th Street
held by our pastor in the Day Is Just one week
Rev. O. W. Foster, pastorOn was
NEW MT. MORIAHRev. absence of our presiding) elder, away. Every effort Is being of Pythias
Friday, July 19 the Junior Rev. F. A. Allen who is attending put forth to make this the most
.
A. L. Shipp, pastor Ushers will sponsor a musical the Quadrennial Con- memorable day of all. The men,,
Ruby Handy, reporter program at the church m vention In St. Louis. under the chairmanship of the And CalantheMargaret
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New Mt. Moriah Invites all 8 p.m. Also on Friday' night ware ( On Sunday the youth of the untiring Deacon A. J. Hanna
our friends during our regular having baptism after the church will be in charge of the and with Deacon P. Hepburr Court No. 33, Mrs.
services. We were spiritually closing out of revival service: service. Let us all bring our as co-chairman, say that they Susie M Hendley counsellor,
blessed: through the services on at the Ebenezer Baptist Church and friends to this special are going up somewhere i 11 meets July 22'; Artis Parka
last Sunday, Rev. Toles preached in Hallandale. family by our not to the moon. Court No. 59. Mrs.{ Cornelia C.
occasion presented
two wonderful sermons. The Sunday services In charge of; Garth C. Reeves, managing editor Glenn, counsellor, meets July 21.
No. 1 choir will celebrate its the pastor. The youths wil youth.It of the Miami Times and Lily of Valley Court No. 58,

anniversary July 26 through the render song and ushering ser is our sincere hope that vice president of the Roosevelt Mrs. Sarah D. Belle, counsellor,
28 which thep ubllc is invitedout vices Sunday morning and the the public will find its way to Savings and Loan Association, meets July 25; Rose of Sharon
to be with us in this cele- No. 1 ushers along with the No our church where the doors will IA the guest speaker at the Lodge No. 21, Sir Henry Smith
bration. The No. 1 usher board 2 choir will serve Sunday night stand open to visitors and 11 a m. service. chancellor, meets July 27; Sheba
wish to thank its many mem-' On Sunday at 3 p.m. the Sun friends with a warm welcome The youth choir will celebrateits Tent No.Brand 3.l Princess Sarah D.
Belle meets on
bers and friends for being with day School will observe it's anniversary anniversary that Sunday afternoon ,28. No empress sick members are
them in their anniversary cele- with a musical and literary July
bration. Summer Bible School will begin ST. MARY'S W M. program. Many young reported.Sir .

Monday after the first Sunday singing groups will participate. and Mrs. Murray JamesJr.
in August. Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor This Saturday the male chorus ., returned Sunday from
NEW HOPE BAPTISTRev. Visitors are always welcome Mi'ib Dorothy Major, reporter Is sponsoring a dinner at South Carolina where they: attended -
Pray for and visit the sick. Last Sunday our services were the home ot Mr. and Mrs. Alfred -I the funeral of Mr. Mur
W. E. Sims, pastorA. Bro. Casey Graham, reporterTRANSFIGURATION inspiring. Our pastor preacheda Dean, 558 NW 10th St. Donation ray's father. His body was shipped -.
L. Stephens, reporter very touching sermon. I $1.00. Service begins at July 3 from Miami. We
Services will begin at the Our Junior choir was at its high noon. were sad to know that thieves
usual time this Sunday. The very best, under the direction had broken into their home
public is always welcome to of Sister Annie Bodie. while they were away.
worship with us. Father Elisha Clarke Jr. vicar July 21 during our morning The Church of God In Christ
The Saints Theresa and Ver- service guest will be the
We will be looking forwardto onica chapter of the ECW are Unique Chapter our No. 115 of the 1809 NW Oth Avenue We regret very much the
your presence, Sunday after sponsoring an all day sale on Eastern Star. Sister Myrl GIb- Elder J. C. Jackson, pastor death of John B. Bryant father
noon at 3 p.m. at the Pastor's Saturday, July 20 at the homeof Worthy. Nathaniel Thomas, reporter of Mrs. Sarah D. Belle worthy
Aid Union. New Providence Mrs. Marjorie Oliver, 16455 son service No. 2 choir "The spirit of the Lord is counsellor of Lily of the Valley
Baptist Church. Our No. 1 NW 22nd Ave. There will be Morning No. 1 upon me, because he hat h Court No. 58, Mrs. Susie M.
music night,
choir will be in charge of Song plenty of fun, entertainmentand will furnish the music. anointed me to preach the gos- tTendley, worthy counsellor of
Service and our pastor will deliver food. The public is cordial. choir will furnish service will continue pel to the poor. He hath sent Margaret Court No. 33. Mr.
the message.We ly invited. Mesdames Oliver and Our evening 7 thruout me to heal the broken hearted, Bryant died July 10 at Cor-
Jane Lewis, chairmen. to begin at p.m to preach deliverance to the dele, Oat He was 83 years of age
are continuing in prayerfor Our two big highlights for the summer captives, and recovering of sightto and married to Mrs. E. Jackson
our sick and shut-ins. our Patronal Festival are theMidsummer the blind, to set at liberty Bryant for 61 years. Service
Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Sims Dance at the Biscayne THE INCARNATION they that are bruised, to preachthe was held Sunday, July 14. He
wish to announce the marriageof Terrace, Blscayne Blvd.on acceptable year of the Lord. was a member of Glllesplo
their daughter, Llllie, to Friday, August 9 from 9ll Rev Theodore Jones, vicar -Luke 41810. Presbyterian Church and also a
Eugene Howard, son of Mr. and 2. Donation $1.25. Door prize: A Rev H. E. S Reeves, deacon The Sunday School Convention member of the Masons past
Mrs. Walter Howard. The wed- trip for two to Blmini.! Get your Sunday, July 20: Mass at 8a.m. of the Churches of God in master of the Fifth Degree;
father of 11 children five boys
ding will take place July 26 at from church member Christ 0.14 ,
tickets any and 11 a.m. WednesdayMass got underway July his
the home of the bride, 7700 NW or call the vicarage MU at 8 a.m. In the city of West Palm Beach and six girls. Surviving are
wife two boys, six girls, abrother
11th Ave. at 8 p.m. 1-3393, and the Patronal Festi- The annual baby contest sponsored with Supt. E. U Ueacham, pre- two sisters, several

val Service of Solemn 11 at the HighMass North by: the Guilds of the siding. It closed Sunday after. I grand and great grand children

GREATER ST. MARK P.B. Dade Jr.-Sr.on Aug.High School Auditorium Church of the Incarnation will noon. and a host of other relativesand

10:30: however, the take place on Sunday, July 28 The meeting was well attended friends *
Rev. F. L. Johnson, pastor p.m. Invited to all at 5 o'clock In the afternoon. by young people from all
public is cordially Mr. Bryant will be sadly miss
Mrs. Ruthie M. Scott, reporter of our services and events There are eight contestantsand over Eastern Florida. The ed. We all loved him Hut God
"The best way to use the key starting Aug. 5 thru 11. sponsors are vicing for young people really had a wonderful has called him to pay the debt
of faith" is to give it a good I' their favorite baby. time in the Lord. Some that we all must pay. May God
turn. Here are their names: got saved in attending our convention bless the family. Service was
Last Sunday morning we went MT. CARMEL BAPTISTMrs. Thomas James Fennie, Gloria We will always remember conducted by Dowdell Funeral
down to the Jordan and had a Christine Cohen reporterRev. I Johnson, Michelle Jones, Renee and never forget.A Homo of Coracle.
glorious time. Our pastor delivered D. A. Bradley, pastor I Bain Carol Lynne Smith, Ta- Junior Church Sunday
a soul stirring message earth is the Lord, and mara Denise Lyons Desiree School organized by our State
"They Forgot About God." If The thereof and they I Chester, Thomasena Johnson.. Supt. Beacham. Nathaniel Thomas The Deputies of Dade Countymet
you have forgotten about God, the fulness therein.On I The fund for reroofing the of Miami was made busi- Wednesday, July 10 at the
then we Invite you to come out that dwell 25th of this monthour church now totals $648. Those ness manager of the staff. Your home of Sir and Mrs. George
to our divine services and the 2 choir will be in their who have not as yet subscribedare church and district Is proud of T. Cash in which they furthered -
No.
prayer meeting on Tuesday and will end that asked to do so at their earliest their plans for the future of
wishesto anniversary the Knights of Pythias building -
nights. The kindergarten Won't convenience so that the you.Delegates
announce that its summer Sunday afternoon. ywith work can be started. from Miami who on their lot.
session is continuing throughout come and enjoy yourself Last Sunday at the 8 a.m. attended the convention were Sir Don A. Belle, reporter

the entire month. All parents US? Tuesday at Mass the Rev. Samuel Brown, Nathaniel Thomas and Jackie
class every Lewis from Fifth Avenue
Bible
are urged to bring their meeting Tuesday vicar of St. Augustine's Churchof
children out. For further Information 8 p.m. Prayer the sick St. Petersburg was the guestjreacher. Church. Jockey at WMBM radio station.He .
call Mrs. Johnson at at 8 p.m. Remember Why we, the members of is sincere in his delivery of
633-3042. Thought for the week: and shut-in in remember your daily the prayers Fr. Brown, his wife and babyare Fifth Avenue, consider Rev. Ira the spiritual programs, also he
You will never go wrong doing and also vacationing with relatives. McCall as the best religious disc la a minister.
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. RANGE Grace Followers '. '
. Daddy .;.\
AtE: 12. SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1963 ELLIOT ROLLINS of 320 NW

7th St. was dead on arrival at DedicatefNewL; Church
Jackson Hospital July 10. He is I ,
survived by his mother, Mrs. I Grac';; each rI
held
convocation
MemorialHouse the
CARDS MEMORIALS Dellah Rollins of EBtill, S. C.: The True I lof
12 brothers and sisters and of Prayer for All People year I by Daddy Grace. It included
other relatives Services held dedicated a new church in Hollywood '. a gigantic banquet in honor
--'-"" Thursday in Estlll S. C on last Sunday July of the Founding prophet Daddy
,
I 14. Delegates and representatives Grace. It was the largest gather-
IN I MEMORIAMIn CARD OF 'THANKS from as far north as New Ing of Grace's followers In Fla.
I MRS. JULIA E. BROWN of York and west as Los Angeleswere since his death In 1960.
cherished memory of our The family of the late 2050 NW 59th St., died July 12. present. A gathering of I
dearly beloved wife and mother ANNA BELL SAMPSONwho She leaves to mourn her pass- approximately 600 people were
MRS. ANNA M. WOODS departed this life June 25 Ing a daughter, Mrs. RebeccaL. present to witness the opening.
who departed this life July 17, In Jackson Memorial Hospitaland Deans, a grand daughter;
1958. was laid to rest June 30 in four great grands; a sister; two Elder N. Harris, pastor of the
Revered, remembered and Valdosta, Ga. wish to express brothers and many other rela; church stated that this is the t:
loved always. their thanks and appreciationto tives. Services held Friday at fourth dedication of the T rue ; ,
The Family all of the many mends and 2 p.m. in the chapel with Elder Grace Memorial organization
neighbors for all acts of kind- C. R. Eaves officiating within one year.
shown in their hour of be- i
IN MEMORIAM nss 1
the
faction of
thanks to The church is a ( .
reavement. Special LITTLE of 911 NW for all .?
In loving memory of our hus Funeral Home for its efficient ALBERT United House of Prayer
band and father, Range and untiring services, 2nd Ave., died July 13. Mr. People, founded by the late t'7 'r3" a q b
DAN PAYNE Kev. W. T. Macon and officers Little had lived in Miami for Daddy Grace. "'
who departed this life July 22, and members of First Baptist more than 30 years. Survivors The dedication was a replica
1962. May there be eternal rest Church of Bunche Park, Thomas Include his mother, Willie V.; ; r
granted unto him, 0 Lord, and Jefferson Jr. High School three brothers, Eugene, JohnD. V i r x
let perpetual light shine upon und Davis Cafeteria, Inc. and Walter; a sister, Jessie "Summer Beauty"Don't r
him. Amen. of M. Soror and a daughter, Annie
God bless each
May you. Louise. Final rites held in ___ ,
The Payne and '" T --
Mary Stokes and 18. fight summer join it! I
Ga.
Americus' July
Sands Family Emily West, daughtersDave The first step is to consult Wellington Beneby
Stokes, son-in-law year-round friend the
,
SHERMAN WYMAN of 420 your
CARD OF THANKSThe ",, _L ___ NW 9th St died July 14. He had Ladles' Home Journal. The new Funeral Saturday
family of the late been a resident of Miami for 20 Issue waits cool and sleek-
MRS. ANNIE ELIZABETH years. He is survived by a nice, on the newsstands now, and it's Wellington Beneby, 72, who
MCCARTNEY DEATHSAlbert. Margaret McLemore. Services brim full of summer beauty tips. died Saturday, July 13, will He

wishes to extend its sincere held Thursday in the chapel? funeralized Saturday at 10 a.m.
thanks to the friends .. What do you want the sum- with Solemn Mass of Requiemat
many .J"" mer sun to do, or not to do, St. Andrews Episcopal
and letters neighbors for flowers cars cards and, JAMES WALDEN Sr., of 1439 ,: for your skin? The Journal: Church, Hollywood, Fla. with
other ,kindness telegrams shown, duringits . NW 2nd Ave. died ''Monday, I makes the answer easy with a Father Elisha S. Clarke Jr.,
hour of grief. A special JAMES R. STEPHENS, 525 July 15 at home. He lived here complete rundown on sun prep vicar, officiating and celebrat-
thanks to Canon Charles F. .loffett St., Hallandale, died for 21 years. He leaves to mourn arations. It gives you complete .ing.,
Cooper, Rev. William F. Savoy July 11 in the V. A. Hospital. his passing three daughters' Information on deodorants and I irr. Beneby was a native of
and the Range Funeral Home. dis widow,' Julia; a sister, a Rosa Chin Wilson, Vanilla Bow lady razors, too. Crooked Island, Bahamas. For
sur and Shirley Walden; a son he was a memberof
The Family ilece and several nephews man many years
vive. Remains were sent to James, Walden Jr., three sisters, If you've neglected your fig- St. Agnes Episcopal Church,
.Juntsville, Ala. for final rites. Geneva Thomas, Ella Mae Gates ure until you tried to get intoa I MiamI;, After moving to Hollywood -
and Mae Ester Chewer; eight bathing suit, you'll find a he became a loyal and devoted
CARD OF THANKSThe brothers, Cleveland and Jamecs' helping hand In the uages of I member and vestry mem-

family of the late, CHESTER BERNARD of 437 H. Gee Wiley C., Julius, Rosie, this issue. Once you've slimmedand I ber of St. Andrew's Church,
i jW; llth Ave., HOl'lesteadJas Louis, Mosie and Jessie D.; two tanned and made up pret Hollywood.
MI': '"1 11 ? ty, you're ready for of the ,
Jead on arrival at Jackson Hospital aunts, three uncles, seven grandchildren one He married the former Jessie
July 10. Services were a friend, Mary Hicks fresh, frosty fragrances it takesto Prudence Hastie. To this union
Conducted: in the chapel Thursday and other relatives. Final rites make a summer. one child was born, Minnie.He .

., with burial in Paradise. He.s will be held Sunday, July 21 in You'll find and pagesof leaves to mourn, his

survived by a god-daughter, Pelham, Ga. summer delights pages, and prob- widow, daughter, grandson, Ral-
.irs. Willie B. Davis. lem-solvers in the new Ladies' ford C. Dismucke, and a host of
Home Journal.American. relatives and friends
I 4w BankerLURA The body will be on view in
WILBUR RUTLAND, 1851 . the church In Hollywood Friday
... W 51st St., died in Paravilla SILAS,of 330 NE 70thSt. from 6 p.m. until funeral time.
Airlines
S I onvalescent Home July 12. ., died July 11. The body'was To
durvivors are his widow, Willie; shipped to Live Oak for final
.Vilbur Jr., three daughters, rIte She is survived by a son, Get NegroStewardess AnnouncementThe
Sylvia Johnson, Shirley and Earl, four sisters, Marie Green
.jlodene; an aunt, Mrs. Rosa Manallne Baker, Lillie O'Neal Sacred Heart Guild is
Thornton and 8 grandchildren and Bessie Ambrose, two presenting Rev. Donald An-

Services were held Wednesday brothers, LIvingston' Washington DALLAS thony, OSB, tenor in a recital
at 3 p.m. at New Shiloh Bapast and Lorenza Washington. A 23-year-old of songs accompanied by Joseph
Cnurch Rev A. M. Griffin, Arizona girl may become the
Davis on Sunday, July 11 at 4
f f pastor. Burial in Dania.MUS. AZALEA BROWN of 1355A first Negro stewardess for p.m. in the Church of The Sacred -
0. NW 5th Ave., died July 13. Ser- American Airlines. Heart located at 4718 NW
vices' Saturday at 3 p.m. in the Joan Dorsey of Flagstaff, 31st Ave. Miss Brenda Frazier
CATRENA SIMPSON, chapel. She is survived Ify her Ariz., is in her third week of Is mistress of ceremonies. Refreshments -
kwL1" well known deaconess at Mt. husband, Leroy Brown, a son, training at American's Stew- will be served and
-- Carmel Baptist Church who resided Leroy Jr.; a daughterf Jennifer: ardess College in Fort Worth. donation is $1.00. The Rev. Don
at 1210 NW 51st St., died sister, ; brother Miss\ Dorsey, who has a aId Anthony is rector, the publicis
1 include
MRS. LILLIE
MAE EDDY survivors
July 15. Her Ulysses Jones. bachelor's degree In education Invited.
SIDNEY Louis two daughters,
nusband. ; from the
1300 NW 52nd St. who passed Airs. Mildred L. Moss and Mrs. is scheduled University of Arizona = = = = =
to
July 5 wishes to three Hubert HUMBERT of 1865 graduate in a
away express Addle Johnson; sons, ANDREW class
40
their gratitude, first to the Arthur and Leroy Simp- NW 73rd St. died July 11. The of Aug. 7. Personal Mention
Rev. Fred L. Johnson of the don; two sisters and two broth body will be shipped to Greensrtlle -
Greater St. Mark Primitive Bap-- ers. Services will be conductedat S. C. for final rites. He Is r: .. .

tist Church, mem1JerSl neigh- Mt. Carmel Friday; following survived by his wife Blanche Richardson . Mr. and Mrs. Preston Crump
bors and the ends for which remains will be sent to two; sisters, Jessie Sullivan and and son of Jersey City, N. J.,
their sympathy and kindness Sandersville, Ga. for final rites Mary Young;_ an uncle, Shellle!!! MRS. IDA BELL WINTERSof were the guests of Mrs. Edith
during her Illness and bereavement I Beeks; a nephew, Elbert Sullivan 1335D NW 5th Ave. died July Gibson and Walter L. Wallace
May God bless each of. MRS MARY M. PERSON,I 3. Services held Monday at of Miami. The Crumps spent a

you. 210NW 11th St., died July 15 Trinity Wesleyan Methodist lovely week at the Mary Eliza-
Harry L. Sidney Services will be held Saturdayat INFANT WILLIAMS of 224 Church with Rev. George John- beth Hotel.. During their stay,
t And Family 2 p.m. at Mt. Carmel Baptist NW 21st St., died July 10. Grave. son officiating. She is survived they were entertained by Mr.
Church, Rev. D. A. Bradley, side service was held Wednes- by her husband, John, a sister-, and Mrs. Arthur Bryant of Per-
L pastor. She will lie in repose at day. He is survived by his in-law, nieces and nephews rine with a lawn barbecue. Other .
CARD OF THANKS nome Friday at 630: p.m. Sur- mother, Doris. JAMES OLEN McCAY of 203 guests were Mrs. Eva Hunt,
of the late vivors include her husband, SW 4th St., died July 13. He is Mr i and )Ilrs. T. N. Haws, Mrs.
GARFIELD GARDNER, JR. WilUurn; four daughters, Mollie Twin Boys Scott of 2106 NW survived by a sister, Ollie Mae' Mabel Na ly, Mrs. Essie Mae
wish to thank their many I McPhee and Elnora Florence, 3rd Ct., died July 10. Graveside Smith of ,Meansvllle. Ga. and' Kindred, ,,EddIe Brinson and
friends for the expres- Annie Jean and Essie Mae Per- service held Tuesday. other relatives in ltieansvflle. Misses Jfene Wright and
many
sions of sympathy during the son; seven sons, Frank, William The body was shipped to Mean= Gwendolyif.Wallace.
death of our husband and Fred, Willie James, McKenzie Francis ville July 16 where services The friends of the Crumps
will
brother.We Alvin and Charles; be held July 21 with the I. are wishing for them a safe
brother. of 1625 Union Society Funeral Home In trip returning home to Jersey
wish to especially thank three sisters and a GEORGE HALL SR. charge.
our friends for the delicious NW 152nd St. died July 8. Ser City.
food, beautiful flowers and vices held Saturday July 13 at r
the House of Albert for the efficient MRS. MARY LOU BEAL, Greater New Bethel Baptist TOM WILSON of 462 NW 6th Mr. and Mrs. Y.
service rendered during 1368 NW 65th Terr., died July Church with Rev. W. K. Smith St., died July 8.. He is survived C.Kemp
were happy to have had their
\0 the hours of bereavement. May !G. Arrangements are Incom- officiating. Survivors Include by two sisters, Reatha Wilson daughter Mrs. Lula K. Tharpeand
God's richest ,blessings ever be plete. two sons, George and Jehue; a and Mrs. Edna W. Gray of children, Lisa Brett and
with you. sister, Mrs. Geletta Hall; 'a'' sister South Miami; a niece and Morgan III of Brooklyn and
,
Mrs. Bert Gardner, JAMES H. FULTZ, husbandof Virginia Fox, eight grandchildren nephew. Services held July 16 son Capt. Felton Kemp of Ft.
Williams Mrs. Rose, Glade, Spencer Mrs. Elizabeth Fultz, 10120W. in the chapel with Rev. F. J.I Hancock, N.J. visiting with
and
John Hicks
Williams' Indigo St., Perrine, died July officiating. them for part of the summer
17. He is also survived by two HOMER WILKINSON of 4317
,brothers and three sisters. Arrangements NW 32nd Ave., died July 6. Ser

IN MEMORIAMIn are incomplete. vices held Monday In the
chapel with Rev.< L. A. Thompson Interested. in business opportunity with
sad but loving memory of officiating. Survivors include -
our loved ones, INFANTS his wife, Blanche; four Gulf Oil
DAVID DILLARD James Junior Parish, died brothers; three sisters and other Corporation as service station
WILLIE WALKER July 12, son of Mrs. Albertha relatives.

who died July '19 and July 21, Parrish 12190 SW 219th St. dealer? Small capital investment necessary -
HARRISON HART JR. of
1962.May there be eternal rest I Baby Girl, of Mr.. and Mrs. 1763 NW 4th died July 5. Contact Frank
Ave'l T. Odom
granted unto them 0 Lord, and Roscoe Gibson, 1251 SW 65th' Remains pped to Columbia :
let light perpetual shine upon I Terr., died July 12. S. C. for final, rites and "

,tl em. Amen. burial. Survivors include his NE 3-0611
Mrs. Bertha Wilson, sister Baby Boy of Mr and 'Mrs. wife; three children; .mother; ,a Hampton House Motel
Dlllard Family I Frank Robbins, 1320 NW 61st sister, a brother and other rela. ...
Walker Family St. was stillborn July 13. tives.





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Recognition DayOn THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.

Sunday at 4 p.m. Recognl SATURDAY JULY 20, 1963 PAGE 13,
tlon Day will be observed at
Dade County Children's Homeat
Kendall. The principal speak.

er Will who be will Mrs.be Josie presented W Roberts by FORD REAL ESTATE SPECIALS!

Mrs. Robert Bryant
rr.I Geotge Jones will 'give the See u. today for a home in Manor Park Liberty City,
Vote of thanks and Mrs. Mettie
.I Opa-Iockn Coconut Grove.
Brown Will conduct the glee ,
club. Supervisor' Alfonso Williams t=SW
will conduct Recognitionand YOUR CHOICE $195 DOWN
S r Rev. Ernest Hutcheson Jr.
-
FOR RENTBEAUTIFULLY FOR RENT will benediction.You offer prayer. and will give 1-3154 NW 57th St.-1 mogt. $79 Mo.

furnished are cordially Invited. 2-5729 NW 31st Ave.-1 mogt. $79 Mo.

Vdry at entrancel private room bath. DUPLEX bedrooms with APT..Fla Beautiful All 2- 3-2959 NW 57th St.-1 mogt $79 Mo.
lame eloset=! Avail to wan room. FOR RENT OR LEASE
electric
czirtfet; 1859 NW 69th St. kitchen. Near bus and 4-1286 NW 59th St. 1 Mo.
shopping To see call For long or short terms, 10 mogt. $69
G3M3333. Adults rooms with 20x40 hallway In
only
NEATLY furnished room with the center Suitable for lawyers 1-1064 NW Gist St.-3 bedroom home. Real Clean

nice family No children, plenty 796 'NW 52nd furnish. or1! doctors with a drive In door. $250 down. One mortgage. FHA terms.
hot water and telephone. St. Nicely NEW 4 BEDROOM 2 bath In
1829 NW 5th Ct. Phone FR ed corner duplex One bedroom, West Hollywood Small down 2-843 NW 64th St.-2 bedroom home. Carport.
$22 week.
a No children or pets.
0-0015. Call
Utilities extra. Phone 757-0619 NEm4e-n0500. financing Indf. $500 down. Screened porch, hardwood floors,

FURNISHED or unfurnished after 3:30.FURNISHED: newly painted! in and out.

room apt. In unfurnished.Opa-locka $15 area.week 1-bed-2- ROOM, also cot- FOR SALEOPEN 3-821 NW 66th St. Brand new 2 bedroom and den.

bedroom unfurnished. $18, 1- tage. Men preferred, 757-8081. $595 down.
2-4J. New listing,
bedroom furnished $21 2-bed- Sunday
rooms furnished $25. Call Mlc- 5-BEDROOM CBS house. Fully see 671 NW 50th St. Two family 4-831 NW 66th St. Brand new 3 bedroom! home.
kins Rental Agency. NE 4-0500.) furnished 2 baths, nice kitchen. special Nice location{ Just $695 down.
off 7th Ave. $500 down, figured
1929 NW Oth Ct.
Indl1BEDROOM Call JE Open 13181.by appointment weekly about $30. A. Ben-Kori, (Open for inspection Sat. and Sun.)
Realtor, 714 NW 62nd St. Kites
INCOME PROPERTIES LIVE RENT FREEA.
furnished apt. All PL 0-5533 Days PL 4-3431. -
utilities, downtown area. $18 ef 2-BEDROOM HOUSE or one-
ficiency i $13. Call Mlcklns Rental I bedroom apartment Nicely 1601.1603 NW 47th St.. Duplex. $750 down. No
l Agency. NE 40500. Indf fenced yard Adults only 1421 BEAUTIFUL, 2-bedroom home.2 qualifying.B. .
NW 55th St $150 down, Manor Park area,
I. Florida rooms, air conditioned, I 780 NW 55th St.-4 unit apartment building.
DUPLEX. 2951 NW 51st Terr. lot barbecue pit,
large
: carporte $1,000 down.C. .
One side available. Clean
quiet. like $13 -
CBS new,
Bedroom, living room, diningarea FOR SALE 800.rear total.alley. $88 month pays all 1320 NW 60th St.-Brand new 4 unit apartment
kitchen, bath, $12 week. : A. Ben-Korl, Realtor. 714 NW building. $4,000 downD.
Call NE 4.1714 or NE 5-7608.Jul20 LOVELY 2-BEDROOM CBS 62nd St. Nites PL 0-5533 Days 5241.43 NW 11th Ave.-Beautiful duplex near
Large Florida room large enclosed PL 4-3431.
Market. $700 down.E. .
Grandway
front porch, appliances II
FURNISHED or unfurnishedtwo 2 air conditioners, wall to wallcarpeting NO QUALIFYING Nice 1737-39 NW 47th Terr.-Duplex 2 bedrooms on
or,three bedroom house In Lovey yard. $500 little house. Furnished appliances I each side. Large beauty. $750 down
Opa-locka-Bunche Park area. down and bank financing. Life air conditioned. Price Is
Require nice, quiet family. Realty, 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL $6,000, $250 down and $60 APARTMENTS FOR RENT
Fenced in yard and quiet 9-4371, Open Sundays. month. Life Realty, 4032 NW
neighborhood. For further information 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. Open evenings -
call NA and .
,Sundays.FURBISHED
1e654july27 DUPLEX. :2bedroom. A beauty. 1121 NW 47th St.-$12 week. No children "

_*__ FHA or conventional. New 3-BEDROOM
NICE. CLEANbedroom un- area. Shown by appointment.Don't CBS. Price Is only $8500. $400 780 NW 55th St.-$15 week. Large lot
fUrttlshed apt. Very good loca- miss this Fenster Real down and $68 month. Life
tik6306{ NW 15th Ave. Call ty. PL 98779.2BEDROOM Realty. 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 1757 NW 47th, Terr. $17 week. Duplex
FR 1-9797 or NE 4-1886. A3 9-4371. Open evenings and
corner. 2-car gar. Sundays.
FURNISHED APT. Reasonable. age. A real deal. $400 down, no We are open Saturday and SundayWe
2313 NW 57th St closing costs. FHA approved. QUALIFYING CBS
Call now. Fenster Realty. PL home and income. Top locationin are open every nite til 8 p.m.
CLEAN FURNISHED Room 9-8779. Manor Park. Both apart-
with modern bath and nicely ments fully furnished with
furnished. Kitchen, call OX ATTENTION! Attention! Drive real quality furniture. Price, Ford Realty Inc.
1-4864. by 4930 NW 8th Ave. For the down payment and ,terms are ,
beautiful estate home on large very reasonable. Must see. Life
ROOM private home for a corner. Shown by appointment. Realty, 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 569 N.W. 54th Street PL 7-2559
nice working man. 1743 NW 70 Fenster Realty, PL 9-8779 0-4371.
St. OX 10425.APARTMENT.) .
TRUNK. Size 22-35 price $20 BEST LOCATION CBS

Also two bed- Clean, like new. MU 5-1137. .across street from Manor Park.
Got a Spare Room want to Rent?
room house. OX 6-0281, 2304 Price Is $9,000, $300 down, $75 you
NW 57th St.FFZCIENCIESiand. LOT. Brownsvlle area. Price month and you may pay It off in Try A Miami Times Classified Ad
*r information call PL 4932 NW
$3,500. For. 15 years. Life Realty, ."
: 1bedrdomapis 4-3957 A10 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. Open Sun-

1 Furnished and unfurnished day and etenlngs.
'air'condition.. .clean'a n d GIN for couples, widows :
? qut,t.Adfs'nly; ; Not the, or-bachelor.' : J1783 NW 42nd St.$400lrdown. NO QUALIFYING. Pretty Finest Selections jn Miami ',Yo
clf $t'tit 't ge best ,1231 .NW Open all day. A nice CBS cottage with appliances.
'I 7 ti1"Tert'\ Total $300 down and $75 month. l t
CBS
PY{ 89565., 1-bedroom duplex. '
'
$9 500. You pay Move right In. Life Realty, 4932 Lovely homes Opera ,; :
KorionRealttor .
tov LQVJi1LY EFFICIENCY. Well rehtal.. A. NW 7th Ave. PL 0-4371. Open .

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on every CBS rooming house. Secur
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famous line of guaranteed cloth* $96 month.
AND ms ing for men, women and child-
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775 NW 50th Street
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. column is prepare QUIZ CORNER
,. County weekly at the VA office, 984 W. Q. I am retiring in a short
pA . Newsy Flagler St., Miami for Informa- time after over 20 years of military .
tion of veterans in this area. service. I would like to go
i > NEW EXPEDITIONARYMEDAL to school under the Korean Bill
F -am I eligible?
Walter) Bo wo
The Department of Defense A. It depends on when you
1 has authorized a new medal for received your first unconditional

r a' anyone who participated for 30 discharge after January 31,
? : k y 4 L consecutive days in actual 19955. Your proper action -
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Ioi combat or equally hazardous bring photo copies of all DD214's
;{ ,- 4 The South Broward Post No. I duty or was the member of an covering service during and
'1 8195 VFW will meet Sunday, air crew operating over certain since the Korean Conflict to the
July 21 at 6 p.m. All memlters areas such as Berlin, Cuba, Congo VA office and file application.
; : are asked to be present Build-at the Laos, Vietnam and others. .That way, will receive an offi
Commerce
Chamber of The medal covers service on cial determination as to your
44th Ave. and 21st St.,
Ing at July 1, 1958 and later. Veteransno eligibility
1w Ne; : Carver Ranches. longer on active duty may
apply for their medals to the THINK
Freeway Handicap League Is Military Personnel Records Of the National Service Life
still swinging away. Clover Centers In St. Louis. Reservistsget Insurance policies now in force
I Leaf Sport Shop Is still In first theirs thru the activity approximately GQ% or 3,050,499are
place. Rocky's Pin Splitters In which maintains their central still being carried as term
second; Bowe's Barber Shop, personnel records. insurance. Of the U. S. Government .
Man Who Poses, As PreacherOn third; Ed Hines first team, 4th Life Insurance policies
No.2, fifth the issued during World
I and Ed Hines ; type
Wright Construction, sixth. We urday, July 27 at 6 p.m. This War 1 and until NSLI had Its
FBI's "Most WantedList"John || have only five more weeks. ride is In for bowling anyone who lessons Is,interested also inception in 1940 only about 5%
Come out to Pinland at 19th of the policies how in force are
free for non bowlers. For information
B. Everhart, a ruthless, Everhart's apparent lack of Ave. and 36th St., Miami. call Sandra Knowles-, on the term plan. Why be!

dangerous killer who has vowed responsibility and sense of YU 9-1272, West Hollywood, Donation cause higher the older term you get premiumrates the
your
that he will not be taken moral abllgatlon are further Harley Simms, son of John 50 cents. goDugie's.

alive, is one of the FBI's "Ten shown by a 1947 conviction for Bowe of West Hollywood, Is
abandonment of his wife visiting his father for two
the Rev. Jackson and :
Most Wanted Fugitives. and four children. For this he weeks. Harley Is from the Bahamas from Fort Lauderdale congregation and- Guest HouseThe
in
EVerhart, sometimes called received a 12-month suspended in Nassau. He lives Welcome Baptist Church from house of clean rooms
Grants Town.
sentence. Oakland Park will be at Tabernacle '
"Slick" who reportedly spends -
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hours NE
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much of his time sketching and John B. Everhart was born Baptist Church, 4217 SW Open
drawing Biblical scenes and June 24, 1922, in Atlanta, Ga., The Skylark Girls Club of 25th St., W. Hollywood, July 19. Seeing is BelievingSee
and may be masquerading as a and has spent, most of his life Carver Ranches is sponsoring a In the behalf of State Rally the us for clean rooms
preacher, is being sought by In the Atlanta area where he ride to the Sunrise Bowling fourth Sunday In August. Jamaica Dugie, always a
the FBI on the basis of a Fed- attended high school and com- Lanes In Ft. Lauderdale Sat Please come out and help the friends
I Bahamas lead. Rev. E. Melton
eral warrant Issued on August ,
pleted the tenth grade. On occasion 2941 NW 47th St. MiamiJACK'S
1958 Athens Ga. This pastor. ,
27, at he has been employed asa
warrant charges that he unlawfully truck driver, laborer, freight convicted of murder, is knownto
fled the State of Georgia handler and cook. have been In possession of a
to avoid confinement after .38 calibre pistol and to have
I conviction for murder.On He was Inducted Into the U. shot and wounded a police off- MEN'S WEAR
S. Army and entered on active ced while resisting arrest, he
October 12, 1966, this duty on May 17, 1944, at Fort should be considered armed
quick-tempered fugitive, knownfor Bennlng, Ga. Assigned Army and extremely dangerous. 944 NW 2nd Avenue
his vIciousness, engaged Ina serial number 34942712, he was
heated argument with a male discharge on July 20, 1945, due If you receive any Information -
Exclusive Men's Wear from the top of head to
acquaintance who at the time to a lack of adaptability for concerning the whereabouts your
was in the company of one of military service. While in the I of Everhart you are re the tip of your toes including

Everhart's several different Army, Everhart was given a quested to immediately notify Shoes of
Hats Shirts Suits Trousers
-' Caps
girlfriends. The thrice-married psychiatric examination which the nearest office of the FBI,

Everhart brought the discus- reflected a diagnosis of a con- the telephone number of which Styles and quality at popular pricesBE
sion to a violent climax when stitutional psychopathic state.
be located on the first
he shot and kiled his rival for He reportedly still has spells of may SURE TO COME AND SEE US
the woman's affections. The mental depression and Is known page of your local telephone di.

following day, Everhart was located for his spur-of-the moment de- rectories.
by a captain of the Homicide I ciions.
Squad of the Atlanta Police -
Department. When Instructed This fugitive reportedly- favors I
by tho police officerto "southern style" cookingand For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates'- Call

halt, Everhart opened fire particularly likes roast
with a.38 caliber revolver. beef, fried chicken and fresh
) His shot hit the officer, knock. vegetables. He is also said to
ing him to the ground. As the like movies and fishing.
policeman lay helpless his r BONDED
at
l feet Everhart mercilessly fired Everhart is 5'6" to 5'6% tall
three additional shots and may weigh from 175 to 187
at the
He has t/ulld
pounds. a heavy ,
I he prostrate officer, however, and black hair, ,brown eyes and a
eventually survived
wound. his initial brown complexion. He has a RENTAL
small scar on the outer side of

t An Intensive search was Immediately his left eye as well as scars on
Instituted by Federaland the back of his left hand, his
Georgia law enforcement upper right forearm and his
authorities, and Everhart was right middle finger. He may be AGENCY INC.
apprehended by FBI Agents in wearing a mustache. 4. ,
Detroit, Mich on Nov. 1, 1956. Since this fugitive has been

He was returned to Georgia .... .. ..
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where he was tried, convictedand
sentenced to life ImprIson. Vacation in the MountainsFor The largest collection and rental
ment for murder.On .
complete rest and relaxa-
July 14, 1958, while serv- tion plan to spend your vaca- agency in the South; operating in
ing this sentence at the Ogle- tion at the I.ANDINA GUEST
thorpe County Public Works HOUSE in Hcndorsonvllle, N.C. Dade and Broward
} Camp near Lexington, Ga., Private rooms and baths and Counties'I I
Everhart, who was assigned to the finest food. $6 per day Including 'Illr
a road work crew broke away 2 meals, also a cool rest ,, it. I1HOOK8 Negro Housing areas.
from his guards and fled into home for professionals.
;, a nearby swamp in a successful Hollis Landrum PresidentMANAGING
(' bid for freedom. After hiding
out for a few days in the resi- 710 lit Ave., W.
MORE THAN
MAINTAINING
dence of one of his paramores, AND
Hendersonville N. C.
Everhart reportedly fled the ,
State of Georgia and his present Au9 10,000 HOUSING UNITS

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... I Civilization has ;

Bunche ParkAs through one form I
North Dade ter another, each

we" etHer our' 5th week vt Competition was the keynote Ing a higher form
recreational program, the p'drtlclpation o! last week's activities here at before It. In the :
and enthusiasm Ate the l North tfdde Recreation Cen. ham, there was
ter. A trip to Seminola Iteration At the time of
still scoring higher and higherLast I Center Iri Hldle'aH and unity developed and
Friday's Special Event participation In their Dual inaugurated by the
was track and field day. Shor- I Sports Day produced many vic- Christ, tity-Tstate
ties and Juniors participated In tories for North Dade. A clean Into being. In the(
the following events: 40-yard sweep of first place status was hammad man l
higher form of l
dash, crab race, and softball won on boys and girls table ten
throw. Results from the Junior nis, archery, badminton, check. unity.
girls Wracket are as follows: 40- ers and softball. We have ,but to
yard dash, Gall Watson, Paulette First places were won In the mendous :
Williams and Lorraine Evans. following activities: Deborah past 100 years to
Cleare, checkers; Daneese Wilcox advent of another a
Crab race: : ShCirley Outler table tennis; Sadie Norris universal age, In
Gall Watson and Eylsa Morris. I and Aarolyn Armstrong, badminton can visualize the !
Softball throw: Sandra Lyles, doubles; Alphonso Jen- of unity possible on ;
Jo Ann Gloster and Denise Brlsbori kins, archery' Sadie Norris and versal or world
Alphonso Jenkins, accumulatedthe Going back Into
highest htimhf- 1t1t1lv'rlhtll' find that each
Prior to the special event the points earned during the meet: er form of unity : I
girls participated i1a jackstone Sharon Hudson, Charisce fted- the travail of a
tournament with Annie Ruth ford, Ida Phillips and Kavetta The Jews Were!!
Hlne, placing, first; Shelain Davis Wilcox stood out as Individual when Moses
2nd and Denise Brisbon, winners In the girls division. led them to the
Andrew Nesbitt Sanford Brad- The people of :
3rd.The shaw, Willie Bethel, Donald oppressed by
shortly girls.veekly tournament
Griffin, Franklin Rolle, Donald might and by
\ was in Nok Hockey.
Barry, Isaac
HepWurn, Wilbur In which they
'the Winners Were Elya Mortis Jackson and
Lester Smith their
Wort religious
Patricia Bloodsaw and wards in the ,boys division. .JI"IT.W..JI'J
Muhammad
molded
Charlene Cox. Their track and
field results were: 35-yard dash, Poolrippled} of Bunche Park barbaric people into
Theresa Britt, Elysa Morris with excltment nation whose r
and Charlene Cox. Softball last week as over 250 young scientific activities
throw: Elysa Morris, Patricia people participated in a splash enlightened
Bloodsaw and Rena Sparks. )arty sponsored by the Recrea- time when! Europe!
tion Center. Races and relays,
Crab race: Rena Sparks, pretty girls and muscular boys
Theresa Britt and Eloise Tay- made this party a special event carrom pool.Basketball. !
to remember. A strong team of Is still ,
lor.The Junior boys battled It Df huskies, captained by Ernest the adults. In the '
out with a checker tournament. Bernstein won the senior dtvl- I nesday night the
Milton Robinson won 1st place ,ion inner tube relay, while feated the Locks
with Sampel Wilson and Ernest first place In the Junior division I James Kellar hitting
Floyd following order. In the went to a team led by Alphon- ;and George Becarda
track events Milton Robinsoncame ;o Jenkins. 21. In a thriller
In first In the 50 yard Boosters edged the
There were so handsome 03. Clark (
many Cyril of
dash, Ha Bain, 2nd and :
boys well
Henry and poised girls !scored 28 points In
Johnny 3rd. Crab race: hat the Judges had a difficult Leading scorers for
Milton Robinson, Leon Softball Dallls time deciding that personable 'I four weeks of play
tmd Hayward Bain. Dorothy Wilburn would be Itasketball league
throw: Dallls, Wilson and Rob- Miss Posture of 1963" and Clark 75 points;
inson. that Willie Joe Thomas would 73; Albert Sands, ;
be "Mr. Physique." Dorothy Hart, 52; and Eric \
The shortie boys field events and Willie won the titles be-
were: 35-yard dash, Anthony exemplified thecharacteristic After four weeks
Roberts, Larry Blanford and of healthy teenage North Dade Center
Vaughn Bradley. Softball throw Americans. thusiasm for
Joe Betsy, Bradley and Mitchell Every Friday is tournament vities is still !
Miller. Crab race: Joe Betsy, time and this Friday produced all.
Stanley Brisbon and Anthony some new winners. Linda Hat- ... :
JI ir'" J[J[IT';'Y..B".JI.1T.IT IT JI'JI'11'
Roberts. The shortie boys had ton, won paddle tennis for girls
carrom pool as their weekly defeating some highly touted
tournament. The winners were senior girls for that honor HANNAH
Vincent Duncombe, Vaughn Baryl Dennis won the same
Bradley and Joe Bradley. The event for boys. Alonzo Samuelsand DAY, WEEK
special event for this coming Daneese Wilcox won first
Friday Is "A Day In Nassau. and second place in table tennis OVERNIGHT
Why don't you .Join us In a and Clifford Snell and Bonnie -

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